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The Florida alligator
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
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Justice Campbell Thormal of
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Forestry School Plans Banquet; Awards Slated

Presentation of the Ziegier-New
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light highlight the first annual banquet of
, the School of Forestry at 7 o dock
tonight at the Hotel Thomas.
| The award, given for scholar scholarship,
ship, scholarship, professional development apd
activities, will be
presented by Pesident Reitz.
The award honors Dr. E A
1 Ziegler, professor emeritus, and
Prof H S. Newins, director emer emeritus
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SX, Theta Chi Take Golf Crown!

Betas Clinch Blue
With Softball Wins
Bela Thela PI .clinched the Blue League President's Trophy with
two softball victories, one over second plate Phi Kappa Tati, as it
moved 153 points ahead after the golt ftnkfs

Theta Chi droppesl Phi Kappa
Tau for the Blu§ League golf
crown last Tuesday as the Phi
Tatis conceded on the 15th hole
Turner was out in a sparkling 3'
for Theta Chi, which. downed Pi
Kap in the semis. Phi Tau de defeated
feated defeated AEPi to reach the fin finals.
als. finals.
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League-leading Beta Theta Pi.
Phi Kappa Tau and Lambda Chi!
Alpha l ,l d the way in the Blue
swimming trials, placing nine,
eight and six men respectively
in the finals plus both relay
teams.
Ray and Ron Kreulen of Lamb Lambda
da Lambda Chi were individual standouts!
as Ron turned in the best time
for the 100 freestyle and second secondbest
best secondbest in the 150 freestyle while
Ray pac ed the 50 freestyle, and
took third in the 50 breaststroke
Duckett of Beta led the 150 free freestyle
style freestyle and took second in the 50
freestyle
Theta Chi and AFIPi each quali qualified
fied qualified four men and two relay
teams,' while Chi Phi qualified
three men and both realys. Pi
Independents Vie
For Scuffle Title
Georgia Seagle met Westmiriis-j
ter yesterday afternoon for the In Independent
dependent Independent League shuffleboard
title.
In the semis. Seagle stopped the)
Cavaliers 2-1, and Westminister
turned back S.C.B.A. 2-0.
Seagles Cone defeated Walker
0-51, 56-18 50-10. and Garfield and
DEzelle teamed to take the
match for Seagle as they stopped
Buckholtz and Koivy 54-20, 62-4
Westminister's Buch stop pel
Walker of S.C.B.A. 56-35. 52-
25. and the team of Young and
Wallof stopped Moore and Gray
53-43. 52-33 to take the match.

Page 6

- Florida Alligator, Friday, April 26, 1957

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Kap and Dei.a Stg each qualified
one man in the finals
D*lta Sigma Phi, Beta Theta
Pi and Theta Chi pace their res respective
pective respective brackets in softball with
identical 2-0 records.
Beta flinched the President's.
Trophy with a 10-5 victory over
second place Phi Tau after tak taking
ing taking a 14-2 decision from Pi
Kap. Phi Tau and AEPi both own
1-1 records in bracket three, Phi,
Tau dropping AEPi, 24-2. and
AEPi edging Pi Kap. 11-10.
The Delta Sigs defeated Teke,
26-7, and Delta Chi, 7-6. while
Lambda Chi. bracket runner-up.
downed Phi Gam, 5-0. and led
Delta Chi, 3-1, in the top of the!
second inning of a game conclud concluded
ed concluded yesterday.
Theta Chi topped bracket two
with wins over Alpha Gamma
Rho. 5-4, and Chi Phi, 11-10. Chi
Phi and AGP. both sport 1-1 re records
cords records with wins over Phi Sigma
Kappa.
j
DG, AXO Advance
In Sorority Action
Delta Gamma and Alpha Chi
i Omega advanced in the Sorority
League capturing the shuffle shuffleboard
board shuffleboard and archery trophies res resi
i resi peettvely..
The DGs won their final berth
jby downing Alpha Omicron Pi
3-1. and met Delta Delta Delta
for the playoff after the Tri Delts
defeated Alpha Epsilon Phi 3-1.
Greer and Sehlemann took sin singles'
gles' singles' wins for Delta Gamma, de defeating
feating defeating Willis ahd Robinson, while
Whitsel scored a win over Mark Markham
ham Markham for a Tri-DeLt victory.
The doubles matches were split
with Cass and Howsman topping
Siebert and Crofton while Keough
and Blair defeated F'leener and
Prather to wrap up the match
3-2.

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JIM MCCOY .
. . UF Golf Captain
Golf Team Eyes
SEC Tourney;
Vies UM Today
The Florida golf team travels
to Miami today to meet the Mi Miami
ami Miami linksmen in a return match.
I
The Hurricanes defeated the
Florida links team 10-7 in a match
held earlier in the season on
the Gainesville Country Club
course.
Rehling feels that the Gators
are ready to put out their best
effort of the season in this match,
as well as those m the coming
weeks. The first four players.
Art Gleason, Captain Jim McCoy,
Haie Baugh, and Tommy Aaron
have been constantly improving
throughout the season.
The Florida team is pointing
toward next week s Southern In Intercollegiate
tercollegiate Intercollegiate Tournament and
. Southeastern Conference Tourney,
to be held in Athens, Georgia'.
Last weekend, .the Gators made
a strong showing in the South Southwestern
western Southwestern Invitational Tournament,
held in Houston. Texas. The tour tourney
ney tourney was dominated by Texas
teams, with Florida the highest
ranking outsider.

Tennis Team Plays Stetson;
Seeks Sixth Straight Win

The Florida tennis team, riding
the crest of a five-match winning
streak: journeys to DeLand Mon Monday
day Monday to take on the Stetson Hatters.
The team then returns to Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville for a match with Jaokson Jaokson,
, Jaokson, ville Navy Tuesday.
The netters whitewashed Flori Florida
da Florida Southern Wednesday, 9-0. on
the local courts,to extend then thenseason's
season's thenseason's record to 16 wins and
two losses. The second loss t-ame
at the hands of Indiana last week.
5-4. The first loss was to Miami

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GO, VAN, GOGH!

Once upon a time, when the
world was really evil,, and a
thief lurked behind every bush,
cautious men had their shirts
painted on! The reason for this
is explained by a perceptive
saying of those days:
"Forsooth, nothing deters
those rapscallions about town.
They'll steal anything that
isn't buttoned down."
Rough days particularly
for the shirt business, what
with painters picking up all
the profits. Until 1 suddenly,
an idea of genius appeared.
The button-down shirt! This
shirt was actually buttoned on
to the chest of the wearer, making
it absolutely steal-proof!
Today, in these honest times,
we still feel its influence. It is

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Swim, SB Play
{Tightens Race
In Orange Loop
Sigma Chi moved* Within 23
points of fourth place Tau Epsi
lion Phi as it captured this year's
Orange League Golf title) from Sig Sigma
ma Sigma Phi Epsilon 244-2(59. Moran
and Paterson shared medals ;io ;ionors
nors ;ionors with 81s for the 18 holes.
! Center- was low for SPE with an
.83. .. )
| In the semis. Sigma, (fchi stup stuped
ed stuped Delta Tau Delta. 126-149. ar.d
Sigma Phi Epsilon defeated Phi
Delta Theta, 128-142 for i the nine ninehole
hole ninehole encounters.
Four Intramural records fell as
| Orange League swimming trials
'highlighted this week's mural ac ac!
! ac! tivity.
In the 'SO free style Phi Delt s;
Barnes set a new record with a
i 2t.8. Gibson of Sigma Nu was
clocked at 57.8 in the 100 free
and also set a new record in the
15" free with a time o.f l :41.4
The other record fell in the 50
j backstroke as Dean
turned in a 29.3.
- Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Drit i
Tau Delta botii placed seven-mien
in the finals, while league lead leading
ing leading Phi Delta Theta and Sigma
Nu, each' gained six berths.
lit solti>all action this week, de de:
: de: fending champion Sigma thi, Sig Sigma
ma Sigma Nu and Phi Delta Theta all
boast 2-0 records as diamond play
moves into the final round.
Eddie King pitched Phi Delta
Theta to a no-hit 4-0 victory over
Sigma Phi Epsilon. For its sec second
ond second win the Phi Delts Squeezed
out a 1-0 decision over Kappa Sig Sigma
ma Sigma (0-21
Sigma Chi scored a lone run in
tne last inning to take a 1-0 de decision
cision decision from ATO. Hankins reach-,
ed first on an error, aidvanced
to second and scored on a sin single
gle single by Parrish. Sigma" Chis sec second
ond second win came as it defeated P:
I ambda Phi 9-0.
Sigma Nu took wins from Sig Sigma
ma Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Pi Kappa
Alpha to stay 62 points behind
Phi Delt. The Snakes had to
get a last inning run ty> take the
game from SAFI. 2-1. In its other
win, the Snakes crushed 7 F*hi Kap Kappa
pa Kappa Alpha 17-1.

' Previous to its win over Florida
Southern, the team won four
straight on the road. Included was
a second consecutive victory over
Florida State. 7-2. Wins were also
registered over Georgia. Georgia
Tech, and Mercer, all for the se se.
. se. cond time this season. The scores
were 7-2. 6-3. and 9-0, respectively.
A week from Tuesday the team
travels to Baton Rouge. La., to
. meet Louisiana State and Vander Vanderbilt
bilt Vanderbilt on successive afternoons.

the true ancestor of that, glori glorious
ous glorious style -the shirt with the
button down collar! Isnt his history
tory history interesting?
Van Heusenbecause they
know so much about the but button-down
ton-down button-down has done more
with it than anybody else.
Take our new line called] the
Van Ivy, for instance. Here
are button-downs in tatlan
checks and stripes. Van Ivys
look marvelous with
sport coats, and worn open at
the neck give you a roguish
- look. They also have a button
on the back of the collar, for
authenticitys sake. See thjem.
$4.00 in short sleeve, $5.00
long sleeves.
Phillips-Jones Corp., 417
Fifth Ave., New York 16, N. Y.

Gator Nine
{Takes On j
Tennessee {
By HOW IE C RANE
Alligator Sports Editor
Burt Touchberrv, sporting an
impressive 0.513 earned nrn av- |
erage, will handle tire pitching
chores for the Gators this after afternoon
noon afternoon when they entertain the Ten Tennessee
nessee Tennessee Volunteers in the first of
a three-game series.
Game time at Perry Field is 3
p.m. The two-teams return to j
action tomorrow with a double doubleheader
header doubleheader beginning at 1:30 p.m
Bucky Williams will draw the
sarting assignment in the seven seveninning
inning seveninning first game tomorrow while
Bubba Williams is slated for ac-i
tion in the nine-inning second
game
Florida has nine wins and ten!
losses for the season and showsj
;a 3-8 mark for Southeastern Con-j
feience play. The Gators
Rollins here Tuesday m non nonconferem
conferem nonconferem e action and then close
om the season with a pair against |
Auburn next weekend.
Touchberrv, coach f)n\e Ful Fuller's
ler's Fuller's mound choice for this af afternoon.
ternoon. afternoon. has allowed only two
earned runs in 35 1-3 innings this
season for his remarkable 0 513
FRA
Although he was charged with
his only loss of the year against
Georgia Friday. Touchberrv could
hardly be blamed. He allowed the
; Bulldogs only one earned run
while his teammates chipped in
with six errors to lead to Florida's
5-4 loss. Burt's won-lost record is
3-1.
Bucky Williams, tomorrow's
first game starter, i s 1-3 for the
season and sports a respectable
3.411 earned rtmaverage. Bubha
Williams, Florida's hurler in the
nightcap, is t-i for the year and
has an ERA of 3.195
- :
Gatorettes Snare
Three Trophies
The Mallory Gatorettes wrap wrapped
ped wrapped up three trophies in the Wo-:
men's Independent League to
lengthen their lead over the
second place Reid Raiders.
The Gatorettes walked away j
with the shuffleboard trophy
through a series of forfeits and i
had the Raiders as their only
j competitors in the archery match.:
More interest was snown in the
golf tournament with Rippey and ;
Martin scoring another victory
for the Gatorettes, against Be Bevaequa
vaequa Bevaequa and Bender.
Swimming and softball are left
before the race for the champ championship
ionship championship cup is over.

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UF Thinclads Host Auburn
In SEC Meet Tomorrow
By KEN SHEW
Assi%tant Sport* Editor
Coach Percy Beard's Florida track team faces a toujrh Auburn Aggregation to
morrow, in a meeting between, two <>f the top contenders .for the Southeastern Con Conference
ference Conference track and field crown.

*
LINCOLN KNOWLES
. . Benched by Injury
UF Sports
Calendar
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TODAY
BASER VI J. Teiim*sMe at
Perry Field, 3 p.m.
GOLFMiami at Coral Gables
, TOMORROW
BASEBALLTennessee (2) at
Perry Field, 1 :3<) p.m.
TRA( KAuburn at Graham
Field
MONDAY
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TENNlSStetson at Oel^uid

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Lincoln Knowles
Forced to Bench
By Leg Injury
Floridas hopes of repeating as
Southeastern Conference- track
champion suffered a severe, set?
back in Inst Saturday's dual meet
with Miami, when team captain
and ace hurdler Lincoln Knowles
pulled a leg muscles.
I The injury occurred in the 200
yard high hurdles. Knowles had
already won the 120 yard high
hurdles, and was on his way to
a second victory when he was
forced to retire from the race.
Teammate Jim Smith, who was
running second, claimed the win.
The Gator captain, who won the
SEC title m the high hurdles and
finished third in the lows last
year, is expected to lx- out of ac action
tion action so-r at least two weeks. This
would eliminate him from the
dual meet with Auburn Satur Saturday
day Saturday and the Florida AAU meet,
| to be held in Miami May 4.
i Florida track coach Percy Beard
expressed hope that K n o w 1 s
would be ready for the Conference
Meet in Birmingham May 17-18,
DORM TABLE TENNIS
ENTRIES DUE TODAY
The deadline for Dorm
gue table tennis entries has
Iwen extended until noon today
Three men are required for
entrance |x>ints with play slated
j to begin Monday in the Revrea- j
j ti>n Room of the Gym.

Tl.e med Will begin at 2 p.m.
on t.>'* mders of Graham Field.
Toe Plainsmen are led by dis distance
tance distance men Ellsworth Richter and
Mavern Parker both *of whom
;ha vc shown flashes of brilliance
in dual meets this season. Rirh Rirhtci
tci Rirhtci ,f < iefenditig SEC two mile.
| champion, while Parker has been
outstanding in the mile.
. Richter, Parker, and tin- .Ga .Gators
tors .Gators Rob O'Dare have been the
three outstanding milers in the
conference this spring, with all
three men aiming for tomorrows
meet.
The Plainsmen also boast a so sophomore
phomore sophomore .sensation in the person
of Tom Waldrop, who has been
impressive a'll season in the 440
yard dash

Isvst Saturday, the Gator truck truckmen
men truckmen trampled Miami, 87-43, scor scoring
ing scoring wins in 12 of the 15 events. The
Hurricanes could manage victor victories
ies victories in only the discus, shot put,
and pole vault.
The Florida team showed f\.
eeptional depth, with eleven dif different
ferent different men capturing first places.
Gator sprinters swept the dash dashes,
es, dashes, with Ellis Goodloe winning
the K*o, Don Lucev taking the 220,'
and Davey Jones nabbing the
400 yard dash.
Distance men John Brown and
Bob ODare scored easy victories
in the half mile and mile runs,
while Mike Morgan took the two
mile.
Lincoln Knowles took the low
hurdles, while Jim Smith added
Florida points with his win in
the highs.
In the field events, Joe Kruse
took the javelin. Jack Helseth
1 captured the broad jump, and
George Pennington, won the high
jump.



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Farris Byjrant to Speak
Farris BryanT will speak Mon
' day at 7-30 p.m. in the court room
auditorium of the law building.
Bryant will be sponsored by the
Pi e-Law Club. The public is in invited
vited invited to attend.
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Swim Fins
Name New
Officers
Elections were held for next
year's officer* in Swim Fins, wo womens
mens womens synchronized swimming
group.
To plan and execute the home homecoming
coming homecoming and spring shows are pre president,
sident, president, Judy Hewitt; vice-presi vice-president,
dent, vice-president, Penny Hester; secretary.
Evelyn Love; treasurer. Nannette
Robinson; historian, Loren a
Gore; a.nd publicity. Judy Nan Nankin.
kin. Nankin.
Mr. and Mrs Henry Crow son.
sponsors, are honoring the group
today with a lawn party at then thenhome.
home. thenhome.

SOCIALLY SPEAKING
Two Big Weekends, Spring Rush
[On Greek Activities Schedule

I Two fraternities are planning,
I their big weekends, while three
| others will hold their high school
| rush, among the Greeks activities
I op campus this weekend.
The Sweetheart of Sigma Chi
. will be crowned tonight at the
fraternity's Sweetheart Ball,
j which will be held at the Ocala
: Country Club Prior to the Ball
| a banquet wall be held at the Sil
ver Springs Skyline Room \
swimming party is planned for
j tomorrow afternoon at Magnesium
j Springs. A Hawaiian party will
he featured at the house tomorrow
night.
The annua! Fiji Weekend will
begin tonight when the fraternity
and their dates drive to Ocala
for dinner at the Brahma restau restau!
! restau! rant The Fiji Formal Dance,
j with > presentation of tho Fiji
Sweetheart and her court, will fol fol,

IN THE DARK
Current Film Fare Tells
About 'Designing Woman'

Bv 808 JEROME
Gator Staff Writer
A wide variety of film fare,
tanging from comedy to war dra drama.
ma. drama. reaches the local screens this
week.
Designing Woman," the Florida
| feature for today and Satur-
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Fraternities Name Sweethearts

Margaret Ruth Kelly, Chi Ome Omega,
ga, Omega, was crowned 1957 Rap|tu At
pha Rose at the fraternity's an
nual Plantation Ball.

, fol, low. An all-day picnic with swim-1
ming and boating is scheduled for
tomorrow, with a Fiji Island oar oartv
tv oartv on the agenda for tomorrow tomorrownight.
night. tomorrownight.
The I.ii Taus will play host to
forty high school seniors this
weekend during their Spring rush.
| Stag parties and-campus tours are
scheduled
The K.W iannual Spring rush
begins tonight, with activities
planed for tile weekend, Nyv.lv
elected officers of the Order are
Joe Heyck. I: Warren Butler, II:
and Bob Baifhman. IT I Micky
Hewitt" is soejal chairman for the
coming year The fraternitv en entertained
tertained entertained the Chi O's last week
at a social. L
Hie Pikes senior high school
rush begins tonight with a social
with the Tri-Dolts. After supper
there will'be skits and movies nt
he house Tomorrow the frater fraterjnity

J [ y
day. turns th4 comedy spotlight on
j some high-fashion hi-jinks. Dc Dc
Dc signer Laureh Bacall has a tun
- keeping her jsportswriter husband
c Gregory Peck i from straying
off the reservation. Sultry Dolores
1 Gray is the keen competition. A
bevy of gangsters and a punc'li punc'li
- punc'li drunk pug also add to the fun.
Gambler Tonv Curtis tries to
shake off hiss slum background in
"Mister Cory a melodrama
showing todav and Saturday at
the State Tbnv's ambition is to
get Wealthy Martha Hyei in his
i clutches, but in the meantime;
some racketeers get Tony in then
r lutrties. Kathy Grant as Martha's
kid sister waits her turn to claim
j. the hero,
Newman Club Calls
Meeting At Crane Hall
A meeting of the Newman dub
has been called for 7 o'clock Sun Sunday
day Sunday night at Crane Hall to elect
officers. A special movie, "The
Miracle .of Fatima"', will be shown
at the Florida Cnion Auditorium
at R 30.

2nd Annual Central Florida
Amateur Championship
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ENTRY DEADLINE % J?
MAY 2, 8 p.m.
MAY 3-4-5
at the HORSE SHOW GROUNDS. Waldo Road
i Sponsored by :
Aiochuo County Riding Horse Assn.
9 and Gainesville Roping Club
Rodeo Headquarters at Goinesville Livestock Market
Phone FRanklin 6-321 1
! advance student tickets now on sale
From Block and Bridle Club Members
Tickets are also on sale at Canova Drug Co, iohnson & Paris,
Brc.-niee Feed O' Seed, and tram members of the FFA; Lincoln High
Band, Buchhc'; Student Council, Gainesvi e Roping Club and the
Alachua County Riding Horse Assn. Box :seat tickets are cvadable
i ijiii ii wimi all mu MillMirnr tmw'mw^w

Donna Haekenen, Chi Omega,
was recently named as the new
SAC Sw wt heart at tlie annual
Black and White Weekend.

jnity fraterjnity will go to Lake Geneva for a
; barbeque and water-skiing party,
j and tomorrow night there will be
a party at the house with a dance
i combo.
The annual Sigma Kappa White
Pearl Weekend was held last week
end During the formal banquet
and dance Friday night. Clarence
Todd, Beta, was chosen Sigma
Kappa Man A nicn>< to lulv
Springs and a South Sea Island
Party wound up the we Sat
urday.
New officers of Chi Phi are Doug
Rod>. pres*d-"it Tolrt PI. meats,
vice president V-e non Syverson,
secretary; A1 Warrington, treas treasurer:
urer: treasurer: Chut' Richter, hih'orianiand
Clyde Wells, sergeant at arms.
The fraternity entertained the
I Chi Omega's at a social Wednes
I dnv night.
The DPhiE's visited the Delta
s ii;s fiv a social las; week

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Blue Key Honoraries Congratulated
Turn Bvrd, president ot Florida Blue Key, congratulates Hollis Rinehart, Miami attorney and mem- 1
ber ot the State Board of Control; l)r. Delt-on 1,, S< udder, head of the University s Department ot Re I
ligton: and J. Lance Lazoiitiv. Gainesville attorney and president of the Florida Bar Association,
as the three were Initiated into the leadership and service fraternity Tuesday.
FIELD DAY, BALL FOR 400
i Engineer's Slate Outing 5

1 The annual Engineers' Field
Day and the spring Engineers
Ball will round out a full-day
' activity for an estimated 100 en-.
i ginecring students, wives, fami fami.
. fami. lies and dates tomorrow.
Sponsored bv the Benton Engin Engineering
eering Engineering Council, the Field Day will
be al Gold Head Branch State
Park, near Keystone Heights,
from 10 a.ni. to 6 p in. The spring
Engineers Ball will follow at the
American Legion Hall, on E. Uni-,
versitv Ave from 9 until 1 a m
WSA Banquet Features
Reitz as Speaker
President Reitz will be the main
. speaker at the annual Women Stu
i dents Association banquet at 8 o'-
clock Monday night at the'Stu the'Student
dent the'Student Service Center New officers
| will be. installed and some 100
awards, including 10 keys, will
be presented at the banquet.
Invitations have been sent to
members of the WSA council and
others who have worked with the
organization Any single under
graduate woman may attend- the
banquet by paying Si 75 at the
door.

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Field Day General Chairman
Tony Martinez said activities will
include swimming races and .soft .softball
ball .softball finals among the six student
' professional engineering societies,
and tug of war between juniors
and seniors a faculty horseshoe
match Field Day Queen contest
judging, and a chicken dinner.
A colored combo is scheduled
for the semi-formal dance, to
feature crowning of the Field
Day Queen and presentation of
*.the new officers of the Benton
Engineering Council, according
to Earl Bessent, ball chairman.
Tickets for both events will be
available irt the Engineering Bldg,
through todpy Prices are *1 25
for adults and 5.75 for children
for the Field Day, and $1.25 per
couple for the dance
Each of the engineering socie societies
ties societies will enter as many as three
ISO Meeting Planned;
To Elect New Officers
All I.S O. members are request requested
ed requested to be present in the Florida
Union Social Rooni at 7:30 to tonight,
night, tonight, to elect president, vice vicepresident.
president. vicepresident. secretary, and trea treasurer
surer treasurer for the next academic
year.

i 1 girls in the queen contest Con i
testa iiLs-wrh be presented for the I
first time at the Field Day
Judges will be selected from en engineering
gineering engineering faculty members,
i Assisting Martinez on the Field
Day committee are Burweli Joi
dan. queen contest; Ray Royce,
ticket sales: Gordon Smith, trea
surer; Arnold Katerhehrv.
sports: Charles Moose, transpor
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Bessent's committed members
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Editorials

What Happened This Year?

This has been a strange year for Stu Student
dent Student Government a.year filled with
paradox and confusion, yet coupled with
unusual unanimity.
The man who called the f shotsFlet-
cher Fletcher Flemingbegan his term in an en enviable
viable enviable position for a student body presi president.
dent. president. He had complete control of the
F.xecutive Council, competent cabinet
and administrative aid, and a desire to
better the position of Student Govern Government.
ment. Government.
Why, then, did the Fleming Adminis Administration
tration Administration fail to meet its potential? The
question is not an easy one 1 to answer.
)
On a balance sheet of credit and
debit, the year probably produced more
on the plus side for Student Govern Government.
ment. Government. But there is a sizable chunk of
Fleming legislation and, administrative
decisions that fall in the category of
failure.
Student Government faced a big year
filled with many areas where firm stud student
ent student support w'a.s needed. The traffic and
parking situation, integration, food serv serv:
: serv: ice, off campus housing, lost and found
department, mismanagement riots and
panty raids, the Orange Peel, student
finances, Tfiiversity administration co cooperation.
operation. cooperation. Honor Court, relations, etc.

Heedless Horsepower

More than 40,000 Americans were
killed and 2,368,000 injured on our high highways
ways highways last year, according to reports and
ah analysis of these casualties shows
that human error .was the biggest factor
in a big majority of the eases.
Faulty equipment was blamed for less
than four per cent of the fatalities. Bad
weather prevailed in only 15 per cent
of the instances. Accidents -occurred
wjien cars were going straight ahead in
75 per cent of the cases.
Some statisticians have attempted to
prove that the dangers on our highways
are decreasing, because the rate of death
per mile traveled and vehicles register registered
ed registered has decreased sharply in recent
years.
But the issue is the same now as it was
51 years ago w hen the keeping of acci accident

IVORY TOWER
New Tampa University Eyes Allen

By XL Ql LNTLL
Oat nr Editor Emeritus
With appropriations all but: sc sci
i sci ured for the new four-year uni university
versity university at Tampa, the mammoth
challenge of organizing and de-
veloping such an institution is
not far from hand
The awesome, yel soon to be
sought after
task demands
an educator of
e.vtraordinar y W
the Tampa X
nni verm'; is
to come
its supporters Jm
and take its
place along QUENTEL
rith Florida and Florida State
Direction at this initial phase
will likely set the pattern for
its growth during the next 25
years.
People of the Tampa area are
beginning to think about this and
become more interested in who
the Board of Control will select
for president. Indications are
there is important sentiment in
Tampa in favor of Dr John S
Allen for the position t
This much ts certain: the
Board will hpve to go a long
way to find an educator with
better qualifications
We president of the Univer University
sity University of Finn la since 1948, Dr.
Allen served for la months a s
v trr the death of the late Pres.
Miller in !f> v as acting presi president.
dent. president.
In n difficult position. Dr,
Allen had to }ead the Univer University
sity University without the benefit of ttite
power that romes with being
president He had to refer
some decisions on to the Board
of Control, postponed others for a
new president, to decide, and
make still others w ; *Vioiit the
strength of the title It was a
difficult job and by most peo people's
ple's people's standards he did tt well.
To students. Itr. Mien is.

..v j yol ; flayers aWO H'' 1 "Ip 1 p
: MCST?, r (N ME A5 YOUR MANAcc£_
- v i
1 : Ti -ws jl'e \s\e; rea.a had
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Sudent government this year realized
the need for action, making at least
token investigation into each of the
problems. There was little overall suc success
cess success in bettering the students position,
however. We should have known there
wouldnt be.
Student Government for years ha*
floundered around with student griev grievances,
ances, grievances, coming up with high sounding
reports, but little improvement. Perhaps
naivete led us to believe this year would
be different.
Some say Flemings Student Govern Government
ment Government would have done better if it had
stuck to the bigger problems and not
lingered over unnecessary and unimpor unimportant
tant unimportant political dealings: that when SC
really got its teeth into a problem it
was of little importance and at the ex expense
pense expense of bigger inequities.
We cannot go along completely with
this however. After watching several
SG administrations spin their wheels
for a year winding up no closer to prob problems
lems problems at hand, we wonder just how effec effective
tive effective Student Government is. Is Student
Government like a horse tied to a post
Tt can feed within a certain area, but
cant, go beyond the length of its rope
where the grass is greener n

dent accident records began. It can not he -fated
in terms of numbers of miles or num numbers
bers numbers of automobiles. At: best these give
us cold comfort. The issue is one of hu human
man human life, of men. women and children
killed or injured regardless of how many
miles they traveled or how many cars
they passed on their way to their acci accident.
dent. accident.
Heedless Horsepower is a chronic dis disease
ease disease of the A*ge of the Automobile. The
disease of heedless horsepower is highly
contagious. It can be spread by an ir irresponsible
responsible irresponsible word, an inflated claim, a
careless example . everyone who is in
a position to influence drivers should
learn that horsepower in the hands of
the heedless is the fundamental cause
of our ever-mounting toll of disaster.

somewhat of a As
vice president upder Di Millet
he sometimes had the duty of
making, unpleasant and unpop unpopular
ular unpopular announcements arid direc directives,
tives, directives,
fir
Rut during his term as acting
president he was exceptionally
popular Probably every new
president encounters some trou trouble
ble trouble with the students (which is
soon forgotten); this is the case
with Dr. Miller and Dr. Reitz
But during Dr. Allen's tenure
in the head chair relations were
especially harmonious,.
Perhaps the duration of his
term was an important factor,
perhaps it, was tiecau.se he re retra.ned
tra.ned retra.ned Horn inaugurating some
new policies until a perman permanent
ent permanent president was chosen.
Yet now as chairman of the
parking committee, Dr. Allen
has shown determination to put
the students as the least favor favored
ed favored in every scheme, in effect
shoving their cars off campus.
This is'rather irreconciliable
with the traffic plan as' it op operated
erated operated under his administration,
when it was as easy to get
an official business decal as it
is to get a visitor's permit now
One of the big policy changes
Dr Allen did make during his
term was the administrative
reorganization which meat ecl
three vice presidents Under the
Board of Control approved plan,
the business manager was ele elevated
vated elevated to vice president for
business affairs, then Dean of
the University Harley Chandler
was made vice president for
academic affairs, and the post
of executive vice, president
was created.but not filled.
This move proved very gen general!
eral! general! v unpopular with the facul faculty
ty faculty As one professor put it, it
killed his chance for being
presidentif the faculty sen sentiment
timent sentiment was at all important
As tt turned out. Vice Presi President
dent President for Business Affairs George
Baughman, who ranks
professionally at the very top of

Friday April 26, 1957

his field, went on to similai
position at New York t'niver t'niversify,
sify, t'niversify, and that position was not
again filled, 1
Nor was an executive vice
president named. Only Dean
Chandler remains as a vice
president, a substantial part o!
the reorganization haying' been
abandoned.
Dr, Allen came, closer than
most of the Board of Control
members would announce to re receiving
ceiving receiving the nomination as pie
sident of Florida. The story
goes that three members on e
favored him.
Whether Dr. Allen would take
the presidency of the new uni university
versity university is an unanswered ques question.
tion. question. That he will receive popu
lar support for the job is cer certain.
tain. certain.
Tire Board of.Control, which
all 01 us hope will show a dif different
ferent different mettle in filling this pre presidency.
sidency. presidency. has a highly qualified
prospect in Dr Allen.
NO ql OKI >1 is an old story
for the Executive Council A
year ago the Honor Court' had
to take on itself the canvassing
of the Student Government elec elections.
tions. elections. Now Gator party mem
hers are preventing the lame-.
duck Council from passing a
"civil service" act., the publica publications
tions publications board charter change, and
other measures in a last gasp
of University Party power
Os course there are two sides
The Gator faction probably fi figures
gures figures it will have fewer things
to repeal following the Fleming
Reconstruction of Student Gov Government
ernment Government and the University
group*considers it the last stand
of the great. Student Govern
ment's Thermopolac

g. "* TODAY and
US, SATURDAY
P MIDNIGHT SHOW TT SATURDAY U P.M
SUNDAY thru TUESDAY
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What a party that must have been!
BECKYS COLUMN
Parking Woes Aren't Settled

By BECKY GREER
Gator Assistant Editor
In shortly over a week, a new
state of officers will take over
Student Government and start,
trying to live up to some of
th£ir campaign promises.
If performance is any indica indicah
h indicah e rnn pus
parking plan,
cussed and
upon problem,
for still more
discussion and
' PSS OREFR
The formula for campus pop popularity
ularity popularity seems tq be to offer to
solve the parking problem. Un Unfortunately,
fortunately, Unfortunately, as lorigW as there
are far more cars than places
to park,, there is no solution
There are, however. Ways in
which an Unpleasant situation
ran bp improved.
Whether or not sophomores
have cars makes little differ difference
ence difference they have them now,
and like the rest of us cant find
places to park them. What would
help, however, would he to is issiip
siip issiip more decals for the north northeast
east northeast quadrant of the campus
Studies made of similar sitiia
lions at oilier colleges reveal
that decals for 40 per cent
more caps than parking places
an bp safelv issued. The cam campus
pus campus traffic and parking commit committee

EL GATO V
Observations in a Barber Shop

By EL GATO
There, wasn't much to(7to and
things were pretty dull Inb other
afternoon, so I went to an up uptown
town uptown barber shop to watch few
haircuts. A crewcut is usually
the most exciting to watch. You*
can never tell
how itll come
out because
many gu y s
have bumpy
beans M
The < onvpr- Jpr
actions were
centered
around poll polltics,
tics, polltics, weathei
fishing, and
usual small
talk you hear
in a small town barber Shop
A distinguished looking man
n one of the chairs was sing singing
ing singing -the praises of the Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower administration much to the
obvious dismay of his baiber.
Every time *he barber tried to
get a word in edgew ays the', man
in the chair cut him short. This
-went on for ten minutes and the 4
barber was getting peeved. I
saw him purposely out off a

tee committee knew tins, but due to faculty
pressure, issued one de decal
cal decal per parking place last fall.
Since that, time a few addition additional
al additional decals have been issued, but
the northeast quadrant still re remains
mains remains half empty most of the #
time. If more of the sacred
places within the quadrant ware
filled, there would be more
room for the peasants cars on
the fringes on the campus.
Against* my better judgement,
I must borrow my second pro proposal
posal proposal from our sister institu institution
tion institution Many of the students con convicted
victed convicted in traffic court violated
some parking regulation with without
out without know it. In many cases,
! the area was marked poorly or
not at all. In others, they nad
been parking there all semes semester
ter semester and suddenly got a ticket
due to a change in rules or po
linemen.
The solution, as used by our
friends to the north, is to pamt
all curbs in colors correspond corresponding
ing corresponding to those on the decals. Thus,
if you have a blue decal, there
can be no doubt that you are
entitled to park only at blue
curbs. This would eliminate the
confusion which is now caused
by curbs which are half cover
ed with orange and yellow
paint mixed with white stripes
* *
My last |>r er increase the number of park parking
ing parking places nor decrease the
number of tickets, but it Would
make the ordeal a little less
painful. I object very strenuous strenuously
ly strenuously to the whole idea erf pro

piece of the customer's ear 1
think the barber is a Democrat
*
Xfter iodine and a band-aid
was applied, the customer left.
1 was watching him cross the
street when he got stabbed in
the side by a back fender of a
new Plymouth. Nearly qut the
poor chap in two.
Later, strolling down the main
vein. I dropped into a magazine
stand to pick tip an Elvis Presly
Photo Album for my dart set.
1 must Confess that the Ba Bazaar
zaar Bazaar full of magazines left me
Astounded. It was a True Ex Experience
perience Experience that made me feel like
a Playboy in a Pageant of Plea Pleasure
sure Pleasure I will be Confidential
and tell you that I try to Look

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gressive fine? especially hen
you can be fined a total of $1
for only thre<= minor and i.nre
lated .violations within acalen acalendar
dar acalendar veaY.
The purpose of the progres
sue fine, so I'm told, -s .id
stop student* from deliberately
repeating-the same parking vio violation.
lation. violation. Unfortunately few of us
are rich enough to risk even so
( much as a dollar fine very of often.
ten. often. and the system tends <>
act only as a severe punish
meat for simple and innocent
mistakes.
For the few students who do
continue to park in the ...am
spot where they were given a
ticket before, perhaps the pro progressive
gressive progressive fine does serve some
purpose. But why should a stu student
dent student pay a $lO fine for parking
over the yellow line, when he
received.earlier tickets for park parking
ing parking too close to a corner, and in
an unmarked lot
Progressive fines, if used at
all. should apply only to repeti repetition
tion repetition of the same offense. There
should be a separate progres progression
sion progression for each separate, type of
violation. Furthermore. 1 feel
that a 1-3-ft progression would
he just as effective, though less
painful, than the 1-.VIO now in
pffe< t.
Here s hoping that the new
administration will begin agita agitating
ting agitating for the small changes in the
parking system ones which will
do more in the long run than
the broad revolutionary reforms
which never get beyond the
talking stage

at Life and. keep up with Time
m a very Cosmopolitan way.
But as a Gent of Rood Fortune
it was a Challenge for me not
to go on a. reading Holiday
True, it would be Impossible for
me to Digest all the magazines
but should I ever accomplish
this it would be a Popular Sci Science
ence Science and keep me busy for Se Seventeen
venteen Seventeen years. I would have to
give up Yachting and Baseball,
and my Parents would think
I'm Mad.
Os course there would be no
Charm in this: my eyes would
turn into Nuggets and my post postei
ei postei ior to Flbony I would rea l
Night and Day, from Sunrise
to Sunset, and who knows this
True -Story might get to be a
Vogue

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Only Independents Give
Coeds What They Wont

Editor:
tri answe: to the accusation
- set forth by t-he 1 snowed-undet
coeds" in last week's Gator,
we. he real male population
have the following truths t
submit: .
The Snow Storm mentioned i ionly
only ionly the bac kdraf of a few
egomaniacs who ire spoiling
the more virtuous members of
the male gender A solution f t
this snowing" is to not accept
the advances of these "Mont
ed Mamas Boys and str k t<
.the more mature minded dcO
er emotional, sincere men
In reference to the woods pro problem:
blem: problem: perhaps the price paid
hv the girls frequenting the lo local
cal local wooded areas is a just one
considering the ambitions *of
these high-class harlots who sell
their love for a white piece of
papet that they think will give
them a life of, ease (Namely
a marriage licenses.
In the way of suggestions it
would be adviseable for Univer University
sity University of Florida girls to revamp
their ideas about T H E
NOBLE MINDED FRATER FRATERNITY
NITY FRATERNITY MAN who ran only find
security it the inadequacies of
hie eohart and place their con
fidence in. men who have back back'hone
'hone back'hone enough to be socially in independent;
dependent; independent; (Note T said men
and in case you don t know, a
man is one who does hot have

Don't Blast Food Service

Editor:
Please let s put a stop to this
constant blasting of Food Ser Serine
ine Serine Hi try time I read one of
those dear letters in the Alli Alligator
gator Alligator doing said discourtesy 1
do a slow burn, finally I decided
to burn a little paper instead of
my much needed brain.
In the first place, most of the
gripers are just willing to do
lip service, when it comes right
down to doing something mat
erial to lick* the problems they
are usually the ones who will
pass the proverbial buck. No Nobody
body Nobody would mind criticism IP'
it were constructive; but all
that l seem to be hearing is a
lot of senseless babbling about
coffee (which, in case you might
he interested, is the same used
in most restaurants and eating
places in the city of Gainesville
and elsewhoi ei. music mo two
people have exactly the same
ta.de in music' or cussing
(which is heard everywhere on
campus including profuse usage
in the girls dormsi. Nobody
has a right to criticize unless
(hey are very iHimhar wijh the
situati >n. and I have vet to read
a leitet from anyone so quail
tied i
Secondly, lets he sure that
what we write is true., before
you have it printed so that ev
eryone in creation can read it.
Take, for instance, this mattei
about the huh closing early on
Saturday night so that ."the per personnel
sonnel personnel of the joint can hum up
the town" By the time these
frivolous employees leave the
Hub there isnt much town to
burn up Every night of the
soek after if-. 30 when the Huh

The Florida Alligator
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All-American Honor Rating, '53-'56
Editor-in-Chief Don Bacon
Managing Editor Ed Johnson
Business Mgr. . Jack Hutchinson

FRIDAY
D-Day
6th Os June
ALSO
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SUNDAY, MONDAY
AND TUESDAY TUESDAY-of
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ALSO
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Horse
WED. b THURS
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Bedrooms
ALSO
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FRIDAY
River Lady
ALSO
i
Outlaw Queen

to ivrite bo.yt hes. rc he make*
a decision i
in addition .:. tight -he advis advisably
ably advisably to abolish these University,
approved club- .of mis:its rail railed
ed railed fraternities, w hi !' are Cess Cesspools
pools Cesspools of ..social germs containi containin
n containin Ring the age-old i *de otf chi chivalry
valry chivalry that-onL a tew then hale
>aired and return Social
Education to the individual, or
send the- more ial-min.de.l to
an' institution dedicated to that
purpose, not oho dedicated to
education .This pioposal in includes
cludes includes .sororities
kcttialli this dis: ertation is
not' meant to iinphc'nat w e in in,
, in,
as some of you girls miy know
that if you i iM'se to ict hkc
lady then virtue goes out the
window and we become a group
of oblige is who believe :n the
philosophy that a true gentle
man never refuses a lajdv and
never considers a lady.
So if you happen to rte one
of the minority who have a he hedonistic
donistic hedonistic philosophy then alloiv
yourselves to be advised that
more love and more experienc experienced
ed experienced love can be found among-the
in .ependents.' not among the
more tender bodied Frat Boys
who are refugees from physi physical
cal physical inadequacies and eon voids
to the bottle. And believe me,
MUMS the word
I.KSTI R V PUTNAL

closes, if cleaned, which
means that the employee* don t
leave until 11.30 or 12:00. The
full time employees start work working
ing working at three which makes ten
hours all together, and I happen
to know that one of them gets
up at 6:00 a.m. ih the morning
to cook breakfast, for her hus
band and then has four little
children ko get ready for play
or sc'hoc>! Saturday nite the
Hub undergoes a very thorough
cleaning, which means that the
personnel, who get such a hor horribly
ribly horribly big amount of sleep dur during
ing during the week, would have to
stay until 100 to get every
thing done. You can see, what
'with being so rested during the
week and having such -a great
amount of money Ln node',
they can hardly wait to have
their Saturday blast I know
of one employee who has ev every
ery every Sat, off arid has a big hi by taking her children roller
skating, the only.time she gets
to be. with them except on Sun
day
Yes 1 will admit that Food
Service has a lot of room for
improvement, but 1 think the
first to admit this will be the
managers of the different rstab
lishments on < am pus and our
two head men in charge lam
sure they will appreciate rob robstructive
structive robstructive criticism, hut please,
let's make it worthwhile, riot
worthless, I feel I have a right
to ask this since T am a student
employee at the Huh and knokv
first man o' the problarris
confronting our managers.
in>V PLANO
and
the personnel o| the |o|r*t"

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Volume 49, Number 49

Think Itll Grow Back?
Gator quarterbwk Jimmie Dunn and center Joe Herbert seem in grass to put it in shape for next gears season. (Gator Photo
engrossed as they watch Florida Field being plowed by a tractor by Hard.
Instead of the usual cleats and n*>sea. The field will he replanted

Mayes Elected
Hew President
Os WSA Group
Charlotte Mayas, sophomore
from Coral Gables, was elected
president of the Women Students
Association tn elections held last
week.
Only 735 coeds. 45 per cent of
the single undergraduate women
eligible to vote, cast ballots in the
election. This was some 52 votes
less than last year's election
which saw nearly 50 per cent of
those eligible vote.
Miss Mayes won over Bettie
Peileke. choice of the WSA nomi nominating
nating nominating committee, by 411 to 316.
Dcedv Chernofl, unopposed for
vice president, received 673 votes
Write-in votes for vice president
included one each for Bettie Pei Peileke.
leke. Peileke. Mary Ann Phillips and Sam
Spade.
In the closest race of the cam campaign.
paign. campaign. .tan' Richards was elected
secretary by a margin of nine
votes over Beverly Roales. She re received
ceived received 351 votes to her opponent's
312.
Ann Booke was elected treasurer
over Susan Scott by A vote total of
393 to 316.
In the race for Senjor Represen Representative,
tative, Representative, Gloria Nasrallah was elect elected
ed elected with 16 votes to Ann Savage's
39 and Bunny Fleishers 26.
Pat Murphy, recently appointed;
editor of next year's o>edikette.
received 157 votes for junior repre- 1
sentative to top Mary Pearce's 91
Pat Jowers won the }> >sition of i
sophomore representative over Lil-1
Han Rubin. 200 votes to 108.
Os the 735 votes cast, some 320
of them were freshmen. 260 so sophomores
phomores sophomores voted, 113 juniors, and
42 seniors..
The new officers will be Install-)
ed at the annual WSA banquet at;
6 p.m. Monday night at the Hub.
Riblet Elected
EEC President j
Don Riblet, junior in electrical
ngineeung was elected president
of the Benton Engineering Coun Council
cil Council in a college-wide ballot Wed Wednesday.
nesday. Wednesday.
New vice president of the stu- j
dent governing body of tlm Col- j
lege of Engineering is Ray Royee,
civil engineerig junior. Elected
treasurer was Hjalma Johnson, ;
industrial engineering junior, and j
Mrs. Wilma Smith, in industrial
dustrial industrial engineering junior.
C. C. Hill, associate professor:
of engineering mechanics, was
chosen faculty advisor of the
group.
Trianon Picks
Eight Coeds
For Membership
Eight coeds were notified early
Wednesday morning of their
selection for membership in Tria Trianon,
non, Trianon, women's honorary leadership
fraternity.
Those tapped and,their fields of
activities are: Betty Allen. Chi O,
scholarship and organizations:
Bunny Fleisher. independent, pub publications
lications publications and services;. Jane Phi Phifer,
fer, Phifer, KD. orgafzat ions: Bettie Pie Pieleke,
leke, Pieleke, Tri Delt, service: Susan
Scott KD. organizations; Sufcie
Street, AChiO, womens affairs;
Mickey Whittingslow, DG. service,
and Lila Williams, independent,
religion.

m FLORIDA ALLIGATOR

New Degree Under Study,
But Details Not Released
By DAMI) LEV*
Gator Assistant Editor
The University is considering offering a new, highly specialized degree for grad graduate
uate graduate students in the CoJlege of Education, the Alligator learned yesterday.

Planning for the curricula of
the new' degree has been in the
investigative stages for several
months, reliable sources indicate.
At the same time, it has been
stated reliably that at least
three department heads in the
College of Ars and Sciences are
planning to resign tneir posts
within the coining year.
Since a division of the College
of Arts and Sciences will figure
prominently in the instruction of offered
fered offered for the new Educ ation de degree.
gree. degree. speculation has arisen that
possibly the faculty resignations
could be tied in. £
The degree, to be offered to in interested
terested interested graduate students in Ed Education,
ucation, Education, is still in the speculative
stages, and could not, according
to present plans, he offered be
fore September, 1956, at the ait:
est.
The background, as pieced to together
gether together by an Alligator survey,
. began several months ago when
, tlae College of Education recofiji recofiji:
: recofiji: mended that a special degree be
offered to students who wished to
learn psychological training jjs
a means of instruction in the na nations'

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Sessums to Head
Florida Blue Key

New officers of Florida Blue
] cnnual initiation banquet of the h
i Elected to the presidency of the
group was Steve Sessums, law
ischool freshman. Sessums is ia
; former secretary treasurer of
j the student body, and headed this
1 year's Blue Key Speakers Bhr Bhr
Bhr eau.
Others elected to offic es in trie
i fraternity are Jack Shorstein,
vice-president: John Pattillo, sje- t
cretary; and Dick Herrins, treas treasurer.
urer. treasurer.
William E. (.Bill Ki<>n. direjr direjrj
j direjrj tor of the Florida Union, was elec-
jted to the post of alumni secre-
{ tary. Rion's appointment is pend pending
ing pending his.acceptance.
R, C. Beaty. Dean of Student
Personnel, was the featured spea speaker
ker speaker at the bafiquet held in th?
] Hub. Following the banquet, niiie
undergraduates and three honor honorary
ary honorary members were initiated into
the organization.

j^fim^sxsss^
New Trionon Topees Display Their Ts
Tapped Wednesday morning into Trianon, women's honorary Jane Phifer, Lila Williams, Betty Allen. Bettie Pieleke, Bunny
leadership fraternity, were (left to right) Mickey Whittingslow, Fleisher, Susan Scott and Suii Street. (Gator Photo)

tions' nations' high schools and grammar
i schols.
The Deparlment of Psychology,
in the College of Arts and Sci Sciences,
ences, Sciences, would use its instructors;
to teach the psychological cours- j
es that would form the core of
the graduate program.
i The Graduate Council, headed j
by Dean W. Gi inter, as usual in]
all cases involving new graduate
degrees, heard the college's rec recommendations.
ommendations. recommendations. and requested
President Reitz to appoint a com committee
mittee committee to advise on their recom recommendations.
mendations. recommendations.
Several outside consultants
were called in on the special
committee, and after studying the
proposed 'Education degree, rec recommended
ommended recommended that the Graduate
/Council sef up the new program.
From this point on. sources in indicate
dicate indicate the recommendations must
still be tiv the full Grail-,
i uate Council, President Reitz arid
the University Senate, arid then
: sent to. the Board of Control, to
i insure that there be no duplica duplicai
i duplicai tion between state Universities.
' The proposed degree would eon eoncentrate

Key were elected Tuesday at the
ion or ay leadership fraternity.
Summer Session
Appointments
Due Next Week
Graduate students and full-time
University' staff members will
l begin registration for the sum summer
mer summer session Monday, May 20.
according to Associate Registrar.
R H. Whitehead,
j. Upper division and University
College students will* start sum summer
mer summer registration Tuesday. May 21.
Fall registration appointments
for students who will not attend
summer school will be handed out
Tuesday, April 30 through Friday.
May 3.
All registration appointments
should be made in the Registrars;
Office, Administration Bldg.

University of Florida Gainesville, Florida

centrate eoncentrate on training Education
] majors in guidance and person personnel'
nel' personnel' work when they joined the
teaching profession.
Asked if this was a boost ui the
direction of progressive eduea eduea!
! eduea! tion. Ralph Page, dean of the
i College of Arts and Sciences, said
no. He stated that instructions in,
a division of the psychology de dej
j dej partment would merely instruct
1 the education students in the spec specific
ific specific courses which must be taken
in order to receive the proposed
degree. J
,
He noted that from what he
had heard of the project, such a
change in the College of Education;
could not take effect before Sep September.
tember. September. 1958, at the earliest.
While Dean Page anil others
.stated the position as it reported reportedly
ly reportedly exists, the Alligator found that
most officials were reluctant to
discuss the proposed degree.
One administrative assistant,
who declined to be quoted, said
that information of this type was
not released to the Alligator or
other news sources, for if the
program were rejected anywhere
along th line, it might prove nv
barrasing for the group which
decided negatively.
J. D. White, dean of the Col College
lege College of Education, on being con contacted
tacted contacted by the Alligator, firmly de denied
nied denied that any changes within the
faculty or curricula were being
considered.
I know of no faculty or
course changes being made ex
cept routine appointments. Dean
White stated.
* *
Demi Page said there was no
j basis to any rumor that there
was a re-shuffling of faculty'* in
, the near future.
Speculation had arisen that .one
of the departments in Arts and
Sciences was being re-shuffled be be!
! be! cause of a so-called lack of high
. caliber of faculty being drawn
] into' the division,
Dean Page squelched' such a
rumor, saying that the three de department
partment department heads had either hand handed
ed handed in their resignations, were con contemplating
templating contemplating resignation, or were
being forced to retire because of
age. or because of their own per personal
sonal personal reasons.
University regulations state
that all faculty must retire when
i they reach the age of .70,

Council Has No Quorum
As Old Legislature Hangs
. __

j
State Auditor
Shows UF Books
In Good Shape
R> DAVE LEVY
Gator Assistant Editor
A \ ear v audit of all Ini Iniversitv
versitv Iniversitv accounts for the fis fiscal
cal fiscal year 100-Vifi showed
records ,to be w ell kept and
. . accounted for. accord-;
'in# to the office of the state!
comptroller.
The yearly check of all bu*i-j
ness transactions of the Universi j
was made by the state, with re results
sults results of the report released late
last week.;
The only discrepancy in funds;
wiis a shortage in the housing de- j
pdrtment which amounted to $665.
04. This loss was uncovered by a
University] auditor. Subsequently
; thje amount involved was paid by
tile UF bonding company and the
employee responsible was prompt-!
lvj discharged.
' | * j.
This loss was found (hiring the
] fiscal year 1955-56, and. although
; the matter was cleared up well;
before the state check, it was
nevertheless included in the de detailed
tailed detailed report on the financial op operations
erations operations for the entire year.
Ellis Jopes. University business
1 manager, noted that the report
; sflows expenditures of the Univer University
sity University for 1955-56 increased from ap approximately
proximately approximately $15,846,700,00 in 1954-
55 to about $16,336,200,00.
Jones emphasized that the in inejrease
ejrease inejrease came about mainly be bej
j bej clause of more expenditures for
research, extension division and
resident instruction.
j Administrative and general ex expanses
panses expanses and maintenance cost de decreased
creased decreased during the fiscat year
; oyer the 1954-55 budget total.
Based on a total percentage of
1 bo. the budget shows that 36.99
per cent was accorded resident in instruction
struction instruction and-'organized research.
The general statement Os the
i comptroller commented that The
exhibits and schedules of this re re;
; re; port have been prepared in ac accordance
cordance accordance with generally accepted
accounting practice for institut institutions
ions institutions of higher learning. The auxi auxiliary
liary auxiliary funds operating
have been presented on an accru accrual
al accrual basis, while the remainder of
the funds | have been presented on
a 1 cash basis.
"All expenditures were properly
supported by vouchers and were
kj?pt within the provisions of the;
applicable laws. Those expendi-;
tri res made from funds on deposit
wtith the state treasurer were pre- j
audited and approved by the)
state comptroller prior to pay-!
ment."
Mag Salesmen
Not Authorized
To Solicit Here
Unauthorized salesmen are re-
portedly Circulating in the dormi dormitories
tories dormitories and fraternity houses with!
fake offers for magazine subscrip- j
tions. said R.C. Beaty, dean of'
student personnel, yesterday.
Dean Beaty said it has been
called to his attention that the
salesmen'' make offers and col col
col led money from students without
any assurance of being able to de deliver
liver deliver on the offers being made.
Only persons with an authori authorized
zed authorized card |are permitted to sell or
solicit on campus or at fraterni fraternities,
ties, fraternities, Dean Beaty noted.
Anyone being approached bv
someone without the card of au authorization
thorization authorization should contact this of office
fice office immediately, according to
i Dean Beaty.

Learning from the Bottom Up
Boh DpNvm*, coordinator building construction student, are shown laying bricks for the full
scale house on display at the Student Home Show in the Stadium.
(Gator Photo)
Student-Built Home
On Display in Show
The fourth annual architectural Home Show is ifi progress this
week end. Held in the stadium concourse, the show features student
and commercial exhibits as well as a model home.

It is sponsored by the Student
Chapter, American Institute of Ar Architects,
chitects, Architects, in cooperation with the
Student Contractors' Association
The show is open to the public.
The model home, a weekend re
'Brain-Washing'
Speech Listed
An international expert in the
j field of Communist brain-wash brain-washj
j brain-washj ing tactics" will speak here Tues Tuesi
i Tuesi day, it was announced yesterday.
Major William E..Mayer. Army
psychiatrist will speak to students,
j faculty and townspeople at Flor Flor|
| Flor| ida Gym at 8 p.m.
Major Mayer is an instructor in
j neuropsychiatry at the Brooke
| Army Medical Center, and as a
i psychiatrist, he inerviewed and
I examined the complete records of
; more than 1.000 American soldiers
i released from prisoner of war
camps in Korea.
J He found that about one-third of
the Americans taken prisoner by
! the Communists in Korea had sub subi
i subi mitted to brainwashing to some
1 extent, although they experienced
; little physical torture of anv kind.
He has spoken on his findings to
| military and civilian groups all
| over the United States and Far
East to explain the Communigt in indoctrination.
doctrination. indoctrination.
i \ *
Major Mayer has compiled de derailed
railed derailed information on just how the
brainwashing system operates. He
has formed conclusions on what
weaknesses in American soldier
made this indoctrination effective
and what should be done to cor correct
rect correct the situation,
j Immediately following the truce
in Korea. Major Mayer served on
an inter service board to evaluate
i experiences and behavior tis
returning prisoners of war
On the basis of this board's find findings.
ings. findings. the Code of Conduct for
Members of the United States was
J drawn up and proclaimed by Pres President
ident President Eisenhower as a standard
expected of military men captured
during anv future wars.
The address will be broadcast
over WRUF.
Draft Deferment Test
Set for College Students
Students who wish draft defer- j
ment because of their college sta status
tus status may take a special College
Qualification Test May 16; the
j local draft board anounced Wed Wednesday.
nesday. Wednesday.
Applications should be made
as soon as possible, and must be
j postmarked by May 6, according
I to the board. Forms may be pick pick|
| pick| ed up at the local draft board of of!
! of! hce, 114 SE Ist St.

treat, has been designed by Don
Alford, Bunnell. Bob De Nyse,
Daytona Beach; is coordinator for
the show.
Students .in the College of Archi Architecture
tecture Architecture and Allied Arts will attend
an annual awards luncheon to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow at 1 oclock at the Gaines-
! ville Golf Club.
s Featured speaker for the lun luncheon
cheon luncheon will be Turpin Bannister,
Dean of the College. y
The luncheon is one ot the events
scheduled over the weekend as
part of the Student Home Show.
The public is invited to the show showin
in showin the Stadium. The hours will
be from 10:30 a.m. until 10 p.m.
today and tomorrow, and from
noon until 6 p.m. Sunday.
Among awards to be given to
students in architecture will be
the Pierce-Uible prizes for a house
competition. These awards of S6O,
SiO. and $25 will be made for four
: orientations in Which students de developed
veloped developed new ideas in low inccane
housing. They are made by the
Jacksonville firm of Pierce -Bible.
Otiief awards will be made foi
the highest honor point average,
to the outstanding senior, the best
design for the Home Show, wor working
king working drawings, and student exhi exhibits.
bits. exhibits. Individual awards also will
be made by Florida Association
of Architects and General Elec Electric
tric Electric for a kitchen competition.
Phi Beta Kappa
laps Thirteen
Thirteen students and two Hon Honorary
orary Honorary members have been tapped
into. Phi Beta Kappa. national
scholarship fraternity.
The students and their home hometowns
towns hometowns are: Bettye Autrie. Lake Lakeland:
land: Lakeland: Janet Bratzel and Bennie
Stanley. Gainesville: Charles Cal Caldwell.
dwell. Caldwell. DeLand: Adophodel Cas Castillo,
tillo, Castillo, Miami; JoAnn Couse. Moore
Haven; John Gaul Mather; Der Derwood
wood Derwood Md.; George Monaghan.
Philadelphia; Arthur Stem and
Margtett T. Whidby, Jacksonville:
Lois Reis. Clearwater Beach;
John Wilson, Quincy; Maryann
| Greene, Venice.
Honorary members .chosen were
Lion E. Watts, Jacksonville at attorney
torney attorney and Charles R. HaUsser.
j chemistry professor at Duke Uni Uni
Uni versity.
All were selected on the baais
[ of character and scholastic achie achie|
| achie| vemen.t. Initiation ceremonies are
slated May 8.
Religion Week Jobs Set
i Applications are available for i
persons interested in working on
Religion-in-Life Week next year
jin Room 207, Florida Union.

serving
11,000 students
in university
of florida

Friday, April 26. 1957

Fleming Calls
Special Session
Before Deadline
B\ I KK FENNELL
Gator Staff W riter
A special meeting-of the
jExecutive Council has been
called for H p.iji. Tuesday hr
[Student Body President
| Fletcher Fleming to finish
up pending legislative mat matters
ters matters before the encumbent
council goes out of office.
; The Coum i! has not had a
quorum during the last two coun council
cil council meetings and several items
j are still awaiting second, reading
| approval. .
Council members who are ab absent
sent absent from Tuesday's special meet meeting
ing meeting without an excellent excuse
will not receive service keys for
the Executive Council, Fleming
said.
The regular council meeting
last Tuesday was to be the
last session for the "encumbent
members. As a quorum was not
present. Fleming adjourned the
meeting after hearing reports
from cabinet members concern concerning
ing concerning the year's activities.
Acting as a Committee of the
Whole, the council heard reports
from the secretaries of Women's
Affairs, Religion, Solicitations,
, Labor and Insurance. A report
was also heard on the Commit Committee
tee Committee of 67.
Buxine** that w;n not acted up uplon
lon uplon due to the lack of a quorum i/i i/i---|
--| i/i---| eluded tiie canvassing cent Student Body elec ions and
second reading approval of the
civil service act governing eli eligibility
gibility eligibility for cabinet posts.
Also on the agenda for second
reading was a change in the
1 Board of Student Publications
. charter to allow four student and
three faculty members on the
board.
The present board consists of
' three student and four faculty
i members, plus an executive sec secretary
retary secretary who does not vote.
Second reading .'approval was
also slated for budgets of several
1 subsidiary organizations.
All of this unfinished business
1 should be taken care of at the
Tuesday meeting, Fleming said.
Debaters Oft
l r
To West Point
Florida Debaters Dick Masing Masingjton
jton Masingjton and Harold Eisner are at the
United Stales Military Academy
at West Point this weekend parti parti,cipating
,cipating parti,cipating in the Uth annual Nation National
al National Invitational Debate Tournament
sponsored by. the Academy.
Thirty-two schools from through throughout
out throughout the nation have won the right
to partici pate in this tournament
by surviving elimination tournsi tournsi-1
-1 tournsi-1 ments in their arena of the
1 country. Florida is one of the
i eight Southeastern states. Other
schools f r o m the district are
Miami. Duke, and South Carolina.
| This is the 10th time in the last
11 years that Florida has earned
: the right to participate in this
! national tournament. Masington
and Eisner represented Florida
fin the .tournament in 1956.
Last week in Indianapolis, Fior Fiorj
j Fiorj ida debaters Joe Schwartz. Har Har
- Har Old Klapper, Fred Berger and
1 Don Grubbs won 12 straight de de-1
-1 de-1 bates to capture first-place ho honor?
nor? honor? in the national Tau Kappa
- Alpha Tournament and Congress
- in which 6 schools participated.
Teams from Vermont and West
Point tied for second, with 11
wins and one loss. Both Schwartz
t and Klapper were ranked among
the 10 top speakers out ot a total
. ; of nearly 209 participants:
Fleming Suspends
Six Councilmen
Six members of the Executive
Council have been suspended for
, having the three or more unex unex!
! unex! fused absences from council meet meet|
| meet| ings, Student Body President Fie Fieitcher
itcher Fieitcher Fleming announced yester yesterday.
day. yesterday.
I Dropped from the council were
Tom Butts, Ralph Fernandez. Tom
i Martino, Susan.. Scott, Phil
j Smith and Pat Zimmerman.
The suspended members may
be reinstated if they present a val valid
id valid excuse to the Excuse Commit*,
i tee by Tuesday, Fleming said.