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The Florida alligator
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University of Florida summer gator
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
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By GORDON DICK
Gator Stall Writer
The student mobile home own owners
ers owners have started conferences with
University officials concerning the
possibility of a University spon sponsored
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Dick King, president of Ihe
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I aging, in an interview Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday.
Hiker couldnt sav anything de-j
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;! recommended an interview with
-1 University Business Manager vV,
.Ellis Jones King said Riker had
j!a few suggestions for the group,
j A summary of group plans and
accomplishments*, was suggested,
j King said, which could be pre presented
sented presented at interviews.
The group had an interview yes yesterday
terday yesterday with Business Administra Administra;
; Administra; tion Dean Donald J. Hart, whei
is in charge of a committee oh
campus land distribution. King
said.
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of the group would follow thesd
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-Florida Alligator, Friday, March 29, 1957

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Pre-Medical Society Meets Monday Night

The Pi Mu Pre-Medical Societyj
will hold its first meeting Mon-)
day at 7:30 p.m. in room 112 of
the Medical Science
Featured program will be a panel
discussion on the proses s i o n a 1
school interview.

On Campus M&fihulman I
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THE PULSE-POUNDING SAGA OF
DE WITT CLINTON, AMERICAN
Let us today turn our eager young minds to the in inspiring
spiring inspiring story of De Witt Clinton, one of the greatest
figures in American history and unaccountably one
of the most neglected.
De Witt Clinton (sometimes called Aaron Burr) first
made himself known to fame in 1756 when Governor
William Penn commissioned him to survey the forests of
the Western Reserve. (One is inclined to wonder what in
the world Governor Penn could have been thinking of,
for De Witt Clinton was eighteen months old at the time.)
However, the little chap did remarkably well. He surveyed
as far west as Spokane, teaching phonetic English to
more than twelve million Indians along the way, and then,
tired but happy, he became Johnny Appleseed.
J Later, he became a keelboat and sailed home to enter
politics. He tried to join the Greenback Party, but his
back wasnt green enough, so he joined the Whigs.
He was offered the Whig nomination for the presi presidency,
dency, presidency, but declined with the celebrated statement: If
nominated I will not run; if elected I will not serve.
But the Whigs only nudged each other and said, That
old fox, hes just playing hard to get. So they nominated
him anyhow, and sure enough he did not run, but he was
elected anyhow, and sure enough he did not serve. In
fact, he was elected to a second term, which he also did
not serve. However, only a few top Whigs knew there
was nobody in the White House. The rest of the country
thought that the President was confined to his room with
a wrenched knee. For a while people sent Get Well
cards, but soon everyone forgot and turned their atten atten*
* atten* tion to important matters like opening the west, inventing
the buffalo, and the Black Tom Explosion.
After two Urms as President, De Witt Clinton
entered Yale and took up smoking. He tried several
brands of cigarettes until he found the one brand that
pleased him in every particularPhilip Morris, of corris!
(You knew I was going to say that, didnt you? Well,
of course you did, especially if you are a Philip Morris
smoker, for if you are, you know what a sweetheart of a
smoke Philip Morris is how full of rich, natural flavor,
how natural and mellow, how long size and regular. And
if you are not a Philip Morris smoker, you've got a trea ; t
coming. Light one soon. Light either end.)
'Upon graduation from Yale, De Witt Clinton became
commissioher of baseball and smoked and loved Philip
Morris Cigarettes for the rest of his long and distin distinguished
guished distinguished life, and when at last he was called to his reward,
his friend Old Hickory (Daniel Webster) stood up in the
Senate and said, How sad that De Witt Clinton must
now be forever separated from his beloved Philip Morris!
Nay! cried Pitt, the Elder (Henry Clay), bounding
. to his feet. We need not separate De Witt Clinton and
Philip Morris. I know how to keep them together always!
And, sure enough, if you will look at the blue federal
tax stamp on your pack of Philip Morris, guess whose
picture youll see. De Witt Clintons! Thats whose!
Mm Shiilmmn. 1967
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Newly elected officers are Char
! lie Thiel, president; EM McDo McDonough,
nough, McDonough, vice president Arthur Ath Athanason,
anason, Athanason, secretary; Barbara
Cake, treasurer. Advisor for the
group is Dr. Sam Martin.

Phi Eta Sigma
Taps 49 Fresh
i In Ceremonies
.
Bob Graham, president of Phi
Etx Sigma, announced this week
that 49 men have been tapped for j
membership.
These men have fulfilled the
primary requirement for mem membership
bership membership by attaining an average
of 3.5 or better for the first se sei
i sei mester of their freshman year.
Sixty-nine freshmen were eli eligible
gible eligible for membership this time
last year.
Graham felt that the decrease
was due to the higher standards!
observed by the University now nowin
in nowin lower division courses.
Graham said, Higher admis-1
sion standards, which result in a
higher curve on comprehensive \
examinations, and increased sev-j
j erity In certain other freshman j
: courses have led to this de-i
'crease. ,
I
Professor's Trial
Delayed a Week
J Court action in the alleged
\ striking of a University secretary
( by an engineering professor has
j been postponed until next Tues-,
j day.
I Pauli J. Nawrocki, associate
; professor of electrical engineering
was charged with disorderly con conduct
duct conduct last week after he allegedly
struck Miss Phyllis McMechen,
36, 1202 SW Ist Ave., a secretary
in the microbiology department
of the Medical Sciences Building.
He was released on $25 bond.
Nawrocki, 36, lives at 915 SW
6th Ave.
1 The case, originally scheduled.
j for last Tuesday, was postponed
jby City Judge W. W. Hampton
I 1
Graduates Plan Picnic
The Graduate Club will hold a
picnic tomorrow at Camp Wau Wauburg.
burg. Wauburg. The picnic will begin about
10 a. m. For further information
contact Mrs. Elaine Grove at the
Florida Union, Ext. 653. All
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!Florida Alligator, Friday. March 29, 1957

Dr. Murphrey Named to
Ag 'Prof of the Year'

Dr. Milledge Murphey, Jr., has
i been named Professor of the"
I Year in the College of Agricul Agriculture.
ture. Agriculture. The announcement was
made last weekend at the awards
program of the annual Ag Fair.
Chosen by Alpha Zeta agricul agriculture
ture agriculture fraternity, the entomologist
is the first professor to receive
this honor,
Dr w Murphey has taught ento entomology
mology entomology and insect control here 1
for the past ten years. He has
worked as an entomologist in
Georgia and with the U.S. Depart- 1
ment of Agriculture.

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7 irate at Oklahoma A&M in|
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; Nat; ional Science Foundation pre-
! doctoral study fellowship.

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To attend an informal party at the Oak Room Florida Union,
8:00 p.m. this Sunday, March 31.
Refreshments will be served.



Gator Nine Meets
Kentucky Wildcats j
The Florida baseball team opens a three-game series this after afternoon
noon afternoon with the Kentucky Wildcats at Lexington, intent on breaking
a four-game losing streak and registering its first Southeastern Con-

ference victory.
The two teams will play a sin-
gle contest today and a double doubleheader
header doubleheader tomorrow.
Todays contest is the-first road;
affair for" the Orange and Blue, J
which has a record of two winsi
and four defeats. Three of the i
defeats were by Georgia Tech,
leaving the Gators 0-3 in SEC
eastern division play.
The Gators swept a three game
series from Kentucky last sea-;
scm in Gainesville, but Florida |
coach Dave Fuller expects a
much improved team to be!
fielded by the Wildcats.
Fuller noted that Kentucky held I
fall practice this year and should i
be a much more polished team, j
He said he knows little of the
Wildcats strength, but he added j
that they have two fine sopho-:
more pitchers on scholarship.
Burt Touchberry, the anchor j
man of the pitching staff that 1
helped Florida to the SEC crown 1
last season, has drawn the start starting
ing starting role for this afternoon. It will!
be the first start of the year for

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the six-foot four-inch senior who
broke a finger in a Florida hiis hiisketball
ketball hiisketball game over a month ago.
Touchberry appeared briefly in
j Saturday's doubleheacer against
Tech. He faced one man.
Bucky Williams, with a sea
sons record of 1-1, will start, one
of the games in tomorrows dou doui
i doui bleheader. Wes Larson, usually a
reliefer, is a possible choice to
' hurl the other game.
Westminister
Battles Seocjle
In Softball Finals
Westminister defeated C.L.O.
| 1-2 in the Independent League
, softball playoffs Wednesday, and
I met Georgia Seagle, who drew a
j playoff bye, for the championship
yesterday.
Westminister pitcher Ray Booth
led the victors, driving in three
i runs and limiting C.L.O. to tw'o
1 hits.

1996 TRACKMEN TO COMPETE
Florida Relays Here Tomorrow

UNBEATEN NETTERS
BATTLE SEMINOLES

Orange Leaders
Keep Fast Pace
Sigma Alpha Epsilon! Sigma
Chi. Phi Delta Theta, and Sigma'
INu all boast undefeated records
through the second round of this
! year's Orange League volleyball
competition.
SAE downed Sigma Phi Epsilon
|7-15, 15-12, 15-8 in its opener Mon-,
day and then passed Kappa Sig- 1
jma 15-6, 15-8.
Sigma Chi had two close calls
,as it stopped Kappa Sigma 15- j
j 13, 15-2 on Monday, and beat Kap Kap;pa
;pa Kap;pa Alpha 15-3, 17-15 on Tuesday,'
Sigma Nu had an easy week as i
!it downed Tau Epsilon Phi 15-1,1
15-8, and then stopped Delta Tau,
. Delta 15-4. 15-7, Wednesday. The
Snakes meet Phi Delt next week.
. The Phi Delts led all the way
! as they, defeated Delta Tau Delta!
; 15-11, 15-9. and then overwhelmed J
i Pi Kappa Alpha 15-3. 15-0.
Tau Epsildp Phi and Alpha Tau |
Omega both sport 1-l records in
bracket two play. The TEPs lost
to Sigma Nu and defeated ATO
while the ATO's took their win
from Pi Kappa Alpha.
Sigma Phi Epsilon and Pi j
Lambda Phi hold the runner-!
|up position in bracket one. The
SPEs upset the Pi Lams after
j dropping their first game to SAE. J
The Pi Lams took their win in;
the opener from Kappa Alpha.

The undefeaated Florida tennis
team, winner of seven straight
matches, meets highly-touted in intra-state
tra-state intra-state rival Florida State to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow at 1:30 p.m. on the Flor Florida
ida Florida Courts.
Gator coach Bill Potter noted
i that little is known about FSU's
ability, but jhe added that the
j Seminoles are sure to be 'up' for
! a match with their arch-rivals."
On Monday Florida plays host
to Murray State Teachers Col College
lege College of Kentucky.
In action this week, the Gators
defeated Stetson 9-0. on Monday,
! and Michigart State. 8-1, Wednes Wednesj
j Wednesj day.
With these two victories the
; Florida netters extended their
seasons record to 7-0.
Dick Leslie, No. 1 singles man,
j paced the Gators victory over
Stetson Monday with a 8-1, 6-1
win over .Tose Ravelo of the Hat Hati
i Hati ters. In the top doubles match,
Don GuzmamPerrv and Hugh Wa Waters
ters Waters defeated Ravelo and Carrol
; Clevenger, 6-2. 6-0.
Leslie was again the pace-setter
, Wednesday as Florida stopped
j highly-regarded Michigan State,
8-1. Leslie defeated George Stepa Stepanovic,
novic, Stepanovic, 6-3. <5-4. in the first sin singles
gles singles match.
Leslie then teamed with cap capi
i capi tain Joe Heyck for a come-from come-frombehind
behind come-frombehind 2-6, 6-4. 6-0 victory over
Bill Bizard and Mike Zaremba in
the leading doubles contest.
, The Gators met Duke yester yester!
! yester! day on the Florida Courts.

Golfers Clash With FSU
In Return Match Monday

Floridas on-again, off again
golf team wftl try for its second
straight victory over Florida State
Monday when the revenge-berC
Seminoles visit the Gainesville
Country Club for a dual match.
The Gators defeated FSU, 14 2
to 12U, earlier this season in Tall Tallahassee.
ahassee. Tallahassee. The loss snapped a 19-
match winning streak for State,
which has since gone undefeated.
Sophomore Tommy Aaron was
Calendar
TOMORROW
TRACKFlorida Relays at
Graham Field. 9:30 a.m.
BASEBAlJvKentucky (2) at
Lexington
TEN NTSFlorida State

l ( j
Sammys Snare
Blue Handball
Sigma Alpha Mu won the Blue
League handball crown with a 3-1
decision over Pi Kappa Phi Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday for its first trophy of the
' year.
For the Sammvs, Barry Man Mandel
del Mandel downed Bob Patemo, 21-10.
21-5, Unger teamed with Marks 1
to defeat Costa and Gonzales.
( 21-4, 21-9. and Applerouth and j
Dratler stopped Thompson and
J Graves, 21-17. 21-12.
Cronin and Gloer took 'he
only match for Pi Ivap with a
21-5, 21-5, win over Zack and Ei Eisonberg.
sonberg. Eisonberg.
Beta Theta Pi, Phi Kappa Tail
l and Alpha Epsilon Pi lead their
respective brackets after the first
. week of Blue League volleyball
- play.
1 The Betas have a 3-0 record In
bracket one with victories over
Lambda Chi, 15-5, 15-2; Delta
i Sigma Phi, 15-1, 15-2; and Sam Sam.l
.l Sam.l my via forfeit.
-j Phi Kappa Tau leads bracket
-! two with a 2-0 slate whic h in inj
j inj eludes victories over Pi Kappa
- Phi, 15-3, 15-2; and Chi Phi. .15-
-11. 15-8.
Alaplia Epsilon Pi. pacing
i bracket three with tw*o victories,
scored wins over Alpha Gamma
-! Rho, 15-13. 15-10, and Tau Kappa
| Epsilon, 15-6,15-6.

I low man for the Gators in that
match with a. torrid, three-under three-under)
) three-under) par 69 on the unfamiliar Capitol
'City links.
i FSU's Bunk Berry was low for
the losers with 71.
On Monday the Gators showed a
complete reversal of form, losing
|to Miami, 17-10. in Gainesville.
1 Hale Baugh shared medalist ho honors
nors honors with Miami's Bob Brue. Both
fired sub-par 68s.
; The loss brought Floridas dual
j match record to 4-2 for the sea seaj
j seaj son. The Orange and Blue Links Links-1
-1 Links-1 men own victories over FSU. Ala Ala[
[ Ala[ bania. Georgia, and Georgia Tech.
They bowed to Rollins in the
I opening match of the season.
The Gators have a return
match with Miami on Saturday,
, April 26. on th>e tough Biltmore
layout in Miami. Last season
Florida lost. 19-8, at Biltmore
i after registering a 16-11 victory
over the Hurricanes in Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville earlier in the season.

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.Nearly 1,000 track and field
athletes from all over the eastern
United States will converge on
Graham Field tomorrow at 9:30
a.m. for the fourteenth running of
the annual Florida Relays.
996 entries from 17 colleges
and numerous junior college.- and
high schools will compete for in individual
dividual individual honors in the biggest
! cinder show in the South, accord according
ing according to meet director and Florida
track coach Percy Beard.
Some Os the outstanding track trackmen
men trackmen of the nation are entered,
headed l>y Dave Sime. Duke's
record-holding dash man. Sime
I holds the world's record in the
220 yard dash, and he has tied the
j world
event.
In las! year's Relays he won
both sprints and the broad jump
j and was anchor man on the Blue
Devils winning 440 yard relay
i team.
His outstanding performance
earned him the Kearnev-Rayburn
' trophy, awarded annually to the
Relays lop athlete.
Other top entries include Fred j
Berman, Georgia Tech's shot
put ace miters Jim Bbatty of
North Cjarolina and Burr Grim
of Maryland, and Bill Yarborough
and Bob Jones of Auburn.

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Volume 49, Number 43

Which One Will Reign as Miss University of Florida
One ot these smiling gals m Miss L'niverslty of Floridalos7 (left to right) Nancy Warner, .Miriam Rautio, Barbara Moss,
model. Though your guess is as good as ours as to the winning Nancy Pollard and ljiyrie Lee Trescott. The girls were chosen
oandidate, the coeds chosen to make up the queen and court are front a field of 15 entries, (Gator Photo)

New Board Rule!
Passes Council
With Revisions
The Board of Student;
Publications Charter revis-l
ion to keep editors, manag managing
ing managing editors and business
managers from holding a
voting position on the board
was passed by the Executive
Council Tuesday night.
A small but firm group led by
Council members Joe Bondi and
Fred Wade opposed the revision
but was not large enough to af affect
fect affect the vote.
As several minor changes had
been made in the revision at the 1
suggestion of the board since the
matter was first passed by the
council two weeks ago. the action i
Tuesday was again first reading
approval.
Recent changes were to clarify 1
meaning by more specific word-'
lng In the charter.
The charter change as passed
states that, in addition to die
qualifications necessary for pres-!
ident of the Student Body, stu-;
dent members of the board b?|
further qualified by being reg registered
istered registered as a junior or above in j
the School of Journalism and
1 raiman Replaces
Fernety on Board
Steve Traiman was appointed
to the board by Fleming at th4 ;
Executive Council meeting Tu*s- j
day night to fill (he spot left by j
the resignation of Frank Fernety.
The Honor Court received a;
petition by Hal Davis and Dave
Hyman Tuesday afternoon request i
ting an injunction against Fer Fernety
nety Fernety as being inelligible for board |
membership.
A temporary injunction present!
ed by Honor Court Chancellor 1
Wait Mattson at the Electoral
Board meeting Wednesday after afternoon
noon afternoon was ineffective as Fernety
had resigned Tuesday night and
been replaced by Traiman.
Communications and who is pur-;
suing a journalism major or hav havlng
lng havlng two semesters work on stu-!
dent publications of an accredited
University or College.
* #
In restricting publications of officers
ficers officers from board membership,
the charter addition stipulated
no editor, managing editor or
business manager of a fee-sup fee-supported
ported fee-supported publication shall be eligi eligible
ble eligible for membership on the board,
except as provided in Article 3.
Section 3.
- TTie section referred to covers
live right of editors and business
managers of th,e Alligator. Sem-j
Inole and Orange Feel to sit on
the board as non-voting ex-officio j
members.
Heated discussion developed on
the floor before the final vote was |
taken.
A constitutional amendment to j
increase student membership on
the board from three to four was j
proposed by Wade. He was told ;
(Continued on page THREE

Bob Chalom, Norwood Gay
Selected to Head Peel
Bob Chalom was selected editor and Norwood Gay business
manager of next year's Orange Peel by the Publications Electoral
Board Wednesday afternoon.

Chalom. h member of the
board, submitted an oral appli application
cation application sor t the position at the
board meeting which was accept accepted
ed accepted unanimously by members pre present.
sent. present. according to Executive Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Hugh Cunningham.
William Guy was the only ap applicant
plicant applicant for the editor post before
the meeting. After accepting
Chalom s application, the board
voted by secret ballot and select selected
ed selected Chalom over Guy for editor. J
Neither of the two was quali qualified
fied qualified under the constitutional re requirement
quirement requirement of semesters of ser service
vice service on the publication. Cunning Cunningham
ham Cunningham said.
Chalom was editor of the 1956
Summer Gator.
Norwood Gay was unopposed
for the position of business man mansge|.
sge|. mansge|. He la now assistant bus

m FLORIDA ALLIRATOR

WINNER TO BE NAMED SOON
j
Miss UFNarrowed to Five
Barbara Moss, Nancy Pollard, Miriam Rautio, Laurie Lee Truscott and Nancy
I Warner were selected finalists in the Miss University of Florida Contest in closed
j judging this week.

Miss U of F will be announced
: at the Frolics concert, Saturday,
! April 6. and the other four girls
j will serve as her court. Don Allen,
contest committee chairman said.
Four of the finalists are Tri
Delts with Nancy Pollard, an Al Alpha
pha Alpha Delta Pi from Lakeland, the
only exception.
Nancy, a sophomore, is spon sponsored
sored sponsored by Phi Delta Theta and
was chosen the 1957 Miss Semi-
I
I
iMinsfrel Show
Sets Blackout
A blackout number, minstrel
chorus and calypso band will be
.featured atti'actions at the an annual
nual annual Pi Lambda Phi minstrel to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night at 9 oclock in Buch-
Iholz Junior High Auditorium.
QFC meaning quarters for
cancer," lias appeared on signs
and posters throughout the week.;
All proceeds from ticket sales will
.be donated by the fraternity to
tile Damon Runyon Cancer Fund,
according to Art Sheldon, pro proj
j proj diiction co-chairman.
Black-faced end men" who
will play home-made instruments
,tor the calypso numbers -rare:
1 Warren Greene, playing a 53-gal 53-gallon
lon 53-gallon oil drum. Ralph Brown.
'Jack Graff, Herb Schwartz, Joel
; Rabin, Chuck Yulish and Art
! Sheldon. Interlocutor is Dick Ma Masington.
sington. Masington.
j Also featured on the shoe will
be a medley of Southern favorites,
skits and several stooge acts.
Administration chairman for
the show is Ira Catz. Co-chair Co-chairmen
men Co-chairmen are Greene and Sheldon,
j BuchhoJz Jr. High is the old
j Gainesville High School located
;on West University Ave.
Panhel Sing
Set Tonight i
The Seventh Annual Panhelle Panhellenic
nic Panhellenic Sing, sponsored by tire Fan Fant
t Fant hellenic Council, is tonight at 7
p.m. in the University Auditor Auditorium.
ium. Auditorium. >
| Sentimental and novelty will be
the two divisions featured in his
(year's Sing. Eleven sororities will
jbe vieing for trophies offered to
the winners of each division.
Dr. L. J. Wathen will emcee
; the Sing.
Profits from the ticket sales
| will be donated to the support o;
ja Korean War orphan. Lee Choon
|Ja. Tickets may be bought at the
door.

iness manager of the magazine
and on the Seminole business
staff.
No applicants were received.
for managing editor of the Peel.
Cunningham said.anyone interes interested
ted interested should turn in an application
at the Board of Student Publi Publications
cations Publications office. Room 11, Florida
Union. Application blanks may
be picked up at the office.
Managing editor will be select selected
ed selected at the next board meeting,
during the second or third week
of April. Cunningham said.
Constitutional requirements for
the position are two semesters
work on the magazine. However,
as no one applied by the official
deadline. Cunningham said the
Only requirement for the position
now is a 2 0 average.

nole.
Barbara Moss, a sophomore
from Anderson. S.C.. is sponsored
by Sigma Alpha Epsilon. She was
a member of this years Military
Ball Court and is featured in the
Section of the 1957 Sem Sem'
' Sem' inole.
Miriam Rautio. representing the
'Society of Agricultural Engi Engi-1
-1 Engi-1 neers. comes from Louisville.
. Ky.. and was a member of this

Integration Will Bring
'Firm PlansBeardsley
By JOE THOM AS
,! Gator Staft W riter
Firm student leadership and constiuetive handling of the situa situation
tion situation are proposed by Gator Party presidential candidate. Eddie
Beardsley, in the event ot integration at the University next fall.

The possibility of integration
at the University annot be ig ignored."
nored." ignored." Beardsley said "How "However.
ever. "However. no one can predict its corn cornling.
ling. cornling. I feel matters of policy
must be left to the Board of Con Control
trol Control and the University Adminia
tration. Nevertheless, be added
that should,any Negro be enrolled
in September. Student Govern Government
ment Government could play a very important
: and real part In adjusting the
campus to the new situation.
"First and foremost. Student
Government should see that .no
student action is taken which will
reflect adversely on the Universi University
ty University or the student body. Secondly,
Student Government can act as
a sounding board of student op opinion
inion opinion and a line of communication
between the Board of Control and
Administrition.
Tn an attempt to offer students
thef opportunity to evaluate the
policy of both candidates on such
pertinent issues as these, the Al Alligator
ligator Alligator presented both the office
seekers with an identical list of
questions. The questions and
Beardsleys answeres are as fol follows
lows follows :
Parking and Traffic: How will
you take rare of student grlev grlevences
ences grlevences ?
TRIANON HAS
APPLICATIONS
Applications for Trianon,
womens leadership fraternity,
t will be available beginning
Tuesday at the Florida Union
information desk. The com completed
pleted completed forms must lie returned
by 5 p.m. Friday, April 12.
Applicants must have com completed
pleted completed 70 hours and 5 semesters
and have .2 honor points above
the all-women's average lor
last semester, which was 2.3740.
Recommendation, by le tte r,
from an organization must be
presented to pick up an appli application.
cation. application.

New Alligator Chiefs Confer after Election
The 1957-5$ Alligator chiefs got together shortly after their selection Wednesday. Left to right,
Lee Fennell. managing editor, David Levy, editor in-chief, and Chuck Ruffner, business manager,
l-evj and Fennell were,selected Wednesday by the electoral board while Ruffner had been confirm confirmed
ed confirmed two weeks earlier, If.ator Photo by Ward.)

University of FloridaGainesville, Florida

year's Homecoming Court.
Laurie Lee Truscott. a sopho sophomore
more sophomore from ;St. Petersburg, is Tri
Delts own entry in the contest.
She was a 'finalist in the recent
Business Administration Queen
contest.
Nancy Warner, a sop home re
lrom Daytona Beach, is sponsored
by Pi Kappa Alpha and was a
member of the 1957 Ag Fair
Court.

11 l. fesl that positive action on
rumpus parking and traffic, prob problems
lems problems mpst be taken in the stu students'
dents' students' favor If elected. I plan to
initiate the following program as
soon as possible."
1 No movement of automo automobiles
biles automobiles during class breaks.
2. No parking meters.
3. Speed up parking area con con-1
-1 con-1 struction.
4. All student problems refer referred
red referred to student traffic court.
5. Sophomore cars permitted
! next year.
1 What do vqu believe is the role
of Student Government in pub pub'
' pub' Mentions?
g
"I believe publications is a sep separate
arate separate sphere of trtudent acti acti|
| acti| vity and should be divorced from
student government and politics
as much as possible. Publicat Publications
ions Publications can best handle their own
affairs without SO interference
'! or dictation. Student government
a can aid publications financially
f and by making more government*
j al activities open to the press.
"Specifically. I am opposed to
'legislation now proposed which
would keep publications' leaders
off the board of publications. Pol Politicians
iticians Politicians have no place on this
board.
What do you intend to do about
the proposed raise in Student Ac Activity
tivity Activity fee? £
T am flatly opposed to any
raise in student activity fees. I
realize that there are certain
areas of student activities which
are in need of additional funds
such as publications and a new;
Florida Union. However. T feel
that this can be accomplished by
reallocation of the present fees
and increased; subsidies from the
legislature.
What are v our proposals for
improving the student labor sit situation
uation situation in regards to pay and job
replacement ?
(Continued on page THREE

Dr. Allen Slaps Criticisms
On Student Traffic Plans

Memo to Panel
Condemns Plan
For Equality
Five pages of caustic crit criticism
icism criticism by Dr. John S. Allen
of Student Government sug suggestions
gestions suggestions for improvement of
the parking- and traffic
problem were given recently
to members of the Planning
and Policies Committee.
A Student Government group
' j had previouly been meeting with
1 the Traffic and Parking Gomniit Gomniit
Gomniit tee. but their dealings were trans transferred
ferred transferred to the Planning arid Poli Poli-1
-1 Poli-1 cic<; Committee at the suggestion
iof President Reitz, according to
, Jim Kaufman. Student Govern Government
ment Government administration assistant.
L
Kaufman said the Student Gov Government
ernment Government group had met opposi opposition
tion opposition from Allen on every propos proposi
i proposi al for the betterment of the stu stu'
' stu' dent's lot on the automobile situa situation.
tion. situation. Allen is chairman of the
Traffic and Parking Committee
and is also on the Planning and
Policies Committee,
Allen says he has received
. comments to the affect thjat this
year "There has been a more ser serious
ious serious approach to academic work
and that students appear to be
more respectful to the fjacuity,
"iWho are given recognition in this
1 {.parking priority plan."
*
j In the past," Allen states,
the library has frequently been,
noisy and used as much as a
) place for couples to mee* as it
was for study. This yeaj the
library staff advises us that (he
Library is crowded five bights a
| week with serious students wait wait-1
-1 wait-1 ing for a seat."
Concerning the Student Govern Government
ment Government proposal that fines should
be paid here instead of going to
the city. Allen gave the following
answer:
The amount of money that
goes to the city is not the eriter eriter-1
-1 eriter-1 i ion. The city did not ask for
this; the Board of Control asked
the city to take it on. If the stu students
dents students would follow the rules no
fines would be paid to any court."
Student Government has also
requested that sophomores be al al
al lowed to have cars next year -and
5 that students be put on equal
priority with non-academic! staff
(Continued on page THREE

_ I t
Annual Alligator Broadcast
:To Carry Election Returns |
, Tlx Florida Alligator will go on the air with campus election
returns over WRUF, broadcasting direct from Florida Union Bryan
Lounge Thursday. Editor Don Bacon announced today.

The 5.000 watt station was sign- j
ed for the annual show this v,eek
by Ken Small. WRUF station
manager, and Dan Haokel. pro program
gram program producer.
Air time has been reserved fori
complete coverage of all 'races I
beginning at 7:4j p.m. lasting un-j
til niajor contests are decided. |
In addition, the Alligator will |
present a recap and final totals
at 11:15 from the WRUF ljews ljews,room.
,room. ljews,room.
Plans are being made foi the;
traditional Alligator election par- i
ty in Bryan Lounge. Politicos and!
otiier interested persons are jpyit jpyit'
' jpyit' ed to follow the races on the large

Seeing That the Voting Machines Are in Shape
Secretary of Interior Jim Hicks looks oxer the voting machine, being procured b> Student G eminent for the spring election next neck. Explaining their operation is Walter Carr, (right) Ate,
chua County toting machine custodian. (Gator Photo).

Full Influence to Stop
Mix Violence-Kerrins
By LEE FENNELL
* Gator Staff Writer
University Paitv Presidential .Candidate Dick. Kerrins said he
would exert the full influence of the office of president to avoid
violence or demonstrations in the event that integration takes place
'at the University next fall.

"Should integration take place.
. Kerrins said. "It vvoyld he a re re,
, re, suit of action taken by the Uni University
versity University Administration. Board of
.1 Control, or other state agencies
1 following the directive of the Uni United
ted United States Supreme Court 1 : not
as a result of any student action."
The presidential candidate said
i full use would be made of the
pending North Carolina Integra Integration
tion Integration Study report in attempting
to prevent overt action in the
event of integration.
"Preliminary reports indicate
j that such action was not a parti partii
i partii cular problem at North Carolina,,
ja campus similar to ours in many I
i respects," Kerrins said,
j Tn an attempt to offer students
the opportunity to evaluate the
| policies of both presidential can can''
'' can'' didates on such pertinent issues
as these, the Alligator presented

| blackboards and charts provided.
A direct wire for remote broad broadcast
cast broadcast will be installed for the show.
Small said, and the station has
vacated all other evening shows
jfor the special public service pre pre
pre mentation.
"We're pleased with the oppor opporj
j opporj tunity to carry the show." Small
said, "for we are doing every every,
, every, thing possible to cooperate with,
student activities.
The WRUF signal, strongest
jnightime broadcaster in the area.
I will insure the programs reach reach;
; reach; ing students in the dorms, where
| reception is sometimes complica complicated.
ted. complicated.

I Levy Named '57-'SB Alligator Editor;
I Lee Fennell Selected to M. E. Position

t The Publications Electoral Board
I Wednesday named David Levy as
. editor-in-chief of the 1957-58 Fh>r-
I ida Alligatdr.
1 Named to the post of managing
V editor of next year's publication is
Lee Fennell, Leesburg sopho sophomore.
more. sophomore.
The electoral board earlier had
named Chuck Ruffner to the po-j
b sition of business manager, but;
I had recessed for two weeks to
I allow more time to chose be bell
ll bell tween the two candidates for ed-
I itor and three for managing ed ed|
| ed| tor
I Levy, a Junior from Orlando, is
I the current assistant editor and ;
I columnist of the Gator. He receiv
ed the award as outstanding staff
member with less than two years
service on the paper in May. 1958
One of the few non-journalism 1
majors ever to receive the board
nod to the top post. Levy is a ma* >
jor tn political science. English 1

each with an identical list of ques questions.
tions. questions. The questions and Herrins'
answers follow.
Parking and traffic: How will
you lake care of student griev grievances?
ances? grievances?
"1 consider this to be a major
problem of the average student.''
Kerrins said, and as such it was
; incorporated in our platform. I
would refer you to Section I (6) of
that platform Which states: that
Commissioner of Traffic and Par Parking
king Parking be appointed, to coordinate
student traffic problems.
This Commission would furth furth|er
|er furth|er coordinate the activity of the
| Student Government Traffic and
Parking Committee which has
been so successful in obtaining
approval of 16 of the 24 recom recom;
; recom; mendations made by the students
to the University Administra Administra|
| Administra| tion.
What do you believe Is the role
of Student Government In publi publications?
cations? publications?
I feel that our primary role in
regard to publications is financial
I control and management with no
! interference in editorial policy or
the prerogatives of publications
staffs, KArrins said.
Whitt do you intend to do about
the proposes) raise in Student Ac Activities
tivities Activities Fee?
I assume you refer to the pro proposed
posed proposed $lO per semester increase
|to finance a new student union.
! My opinion based on a prelim preliminary
inary preliminary financial study, is that a
new union can be financed within
the present fee."
This will necessarily mean a
three or four stage construction
.program.; the candidate said. I
ant opposed to any increase in stu student
dent student fees for any purpose unless
' the weight of stuejetnt opinion
through election procedures in indicates
dicates indicates otherwise.
WTiat are your proposals for im im(Continued
(Continued im(Continued on page THREE

and philosophy in arts and sci- ]
entes.
*
He is editor of the 1957-58 F
Book, editor of the 1937 orienta orientation
tion orientation handbook, and a formey bus business
iness business manager of Peninsula. He
|is a pledge of Pi Lambda Phi
Fennell, a 23-year-old veteran,
| is a sophomore in journalism. He j
is managing editor of the orienta-i
tion handbook, section editor of
the 1957-58 F Book, and a former
employee of the Gainesville In Independent.
dependent. Independent.
Fennell, an independent, boasts
a 3.5 averse for tnree semesters
of college work.
Ruffner is business manager of
the Orange Peel and F Book, and
a member of Pi Lambda Phi fra-j
temity.
No definite decision has yet
been reached on whether the Al Alligator
ligator Alligator will continue as a semi- j

serving
11,000 students
in university
of florida

Friday, March 29, 1957

5000 Frolickers
Awaiting Maltby
By JOHN HAMILTON
Gator Staff Writer
An estimated 5,000 persons will
1 attend Spring Frolics April 5-6 to
1 the tunes of the Gene Krupa Quar Quartet
tet Quartet and Richard Maltbys orehes orehes
- orehes tra, Frolics Chairman Bill Mad Maddox
dox Maddox said Tuesday.
! The Frolics, sponsored by die
, j Interfratemitv Council, features
Friday and Saturday night dances
j and a Saturday afternoon con concert.
cert. concert. plus numerous fraternity
i i
r functions.
FYidav's dance will be from S
ito 12 p.m., Maddox said, and
Saturdays from 9 p.m.,till 1 a.m.
Both dances will be in the Florida
Gym.. The Saturday afternoon
' i concert, also in the gym, will be
1 from 8:30. to 5:30.
Music at the dances will be
continuous, Maddox said, "When
' | ever Maltby's band takes a
break the Krupa quartet will play,
! leaving no the program.
The style of music at the con concert
cert concert will be different from that
, at the dances. Maddox added.
Frolics performers in the past
, have played the game type of
music at the dances and the con coni!
i! coni! cert, but emphasis this Frolics
will be on dance music at the
; dances, and specialty numbers
at the concert.
The Frolics fraternity schedule
is: Friday, April 5; Alpha Epsilon
Phi, Chi F*hi, Delta Sigma Phi.
iDelta Tau Delta. Kappa Sigma,
Lambda Chi Alpha, Phi Gamma
Delta, Phi Sigma Kappa. I*l Kap Kappa
pa Kappa Alpha. Pi Lambda Phi, Sigma
Alpha Epsilon, Sigma Chi, Tau
Epsilon Phi and Theta Chi.
t (
Saturday, April 6; Alpha fJam fJamma
ma fJamma Rho, Alpha Tau Omega. Beta
Theta Pi. Delta Chi, Kappa Al Alj
j Alj pha, Phi Delta Theta, Phi Kan Kan|
| Kan| pa Tau, Pi Kappa Phi, Sigma Nu,
Sigma Phi EpMlon, Tau Kappa
. Epsilon, Sigma Alpha Mu and
! Delta Upsilon.

' weekly or return to the weekly
! style, according to Levy.
*
Consultation** are planned and
j bids will be sent out soon to de determine
termine determine the advisability of con continuing
tinuing continuing with the semi weekly pub publication.
lication. publication.
No radical changes are planned
jfor the Alligator next year, Levy
1 noted.
The Alligator electoral board,
consisting of the three student
members and four faculty mem members
bers members of the Board of Student Pub Publications,
lications, Publications, the chancellor the the
Honor Court and president of the
student body, met in the session
Wedneeday to select the new
chiefs.
j They had named the business
.manager two weeks ago but re rej
j rej cessed before determining the ed edl
l edl itor and managing editor of next
J years paper. 1



m FLORIDA ALLIGATOR

Page 4

Editorials

A Disappointing Outlook

University Vice President John S.
Allens 1,700 word point by poin t criti criticism
cism criticism of student proposals for revision in
ihe traffic and parking plan was to say
the Ipast disappointing to ns.
(See story on Pago One.)
We had been led to believe that stu student-administrative
dent-administrative student-administrative relationships were
improved over the days when the ad administration
ministration administration looked down on the stu student
dent student body as transients who had few
rights in the community oven though the
community owed its existence to them.
Proposals made by Student Govern Government
ment Government asking more equal consideration
in the newlv effective parking and traf-

More Board Shenanigans

The Publications Electoral Board,
which this week picked new editors for
the Alligator and Orange Peel, could
give most anyone a lesson hi under-the under-thetable
table under-thetable politics.
The hoard, most politically stacked
w have seen In four years at the Uni University,
versity, University, went through its business Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday efficientlyfor most members
knew before hand whom they were sup supposed
posed supposed to vote for. Briefly this is the
business transacted hr the electors:
1. Picked Pave Levy to edit the Alli Alligator
gator Alligator next year.
2. Allowed Steve Traiman, hoard
member appointed Tuesday night to re replace
place replace enjoined member Frank Fernetv.
ho vote for Alligator editor when Levy
and Traiman are affiliated with the
same social fraternity.
R. Accepted recommendation from
former Alligator editor A1 Quentel that
managing editor candidate Don A Tien be

ft GATO
Mish-Mash and Balderdash

B> EL GATO
Guy Dept:
Some joker wrote the pledge
on the bark of hi* answer sheet
and signed tt, 'Harvy Matuso.
ft was prob probably
ably probably this same
guv that wrote
public
wall; Mary.
Mar y, quite
contrary, how
does your gar- j§fg
den grow. With
cockle shells.
and little bells'
and 10 lbs. of
vigero.
John Kasper
to trying to introduce a bfU n

* Everybody meets
at the BILTMORE |I
tie Under the Clock is a tradition!
It moans "that special weekend at
'Jew York's most convenient location .
id times in the famous Palm Court.
Preferred for its special services for
students. Write the College Department
for reservations. No cab fare
necessarydireet private elevator
from Grand Central Station.
oditoa Avtnve at AJed *., N. T. IT. N. V.
ok*r MAITY MOTUJ Tkf flrtrclay A Park Umt
Hrrrry M Anholt, Pr**ident
J.
DAWNS SURLY LIGHT*
Eariy to bed and early to nse
Makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise.
The truth of such nonsense by me is contested.
I'd rather be weakly, insolvent . and rested.
MORAL t In ayy hght, tilings start looking up K
when voa light up the BIG, BJG pleasure f~WJ
ci Chester bold King! Majestic length
plus the smoothest natural
tobocro filter and the smoothest j il N|
tasting smoke today because I
its packed more smoothly \i*f
by ACCU RAY Tryem! y*W atPY
Cl*est**rfteld King gives you mors V] Mag^>,
o# what yoore smoking for! mrt ptL I
*>W> gnes #> T>otm>! IShlhno r. Hn/y Ow CoCsjm. I j M
few Ax* Chrsttr po*rm If jjaf
SSO for erK'i'-v ptu! r **nph*fail nrjw? accepted far
rrrtism f) Pm 21 Sm- York 4*. S Y I iaim \ L MM
Q 4 HM'i.i > T cf*wO I

fie plan, wp fplt. were perfectly legiti legitimate
mate legitimate requests to he considered serious seriously
ly seriously by the Planning and Policies Commit Committee
tee Committee and the Traffic and Parking Com Committee.
mittee. Committee.
However Dr. Allen who heads the
Traffic and Parking panel, apparently
does not see the proposals worthy of
serious consideration. In his. caustic crit criticism
icism criticism of the student revision plan. Dr.
Allen clearly shows that he is not in
sympathy with the students in this mat matter
ter matter and does not intend to champion
their plea for equality.
It was gratifying to see his was not
the majority view on the Planning and
Policies Committee.

given semesters credit for work on the
Alligator last year.
1. Disqualified candidates Don Allen
and Ken Sher even though they met
basic constitutional requirements.
5. Picked Lee Fennell for managing
editor though he, lacked the required
number of semesters on the Alligator.
fi. Selected Norwood Gay business
manager of the Orange Peel, the only
candidate for the post, and who lacked
the required number of semesters.
7. Turned down applicant William
Guy for Orange Peel editor in favor of
board member Bob Chalom who did not
file an application, who graduates this
June casting much doubt whether he
will return t,o school in the fall, and
who has never set foot in the Pee! office.
4** T *
These were actions by the Electoral
board that was created to take student
publications out of politics

Alabama outlawing people.
*
Jthade* of Bob 8y Iwe tor Dept :
Why dont they . Leave
University Avenue the way it is
and let the Marines use it for
an obstacle course . Open a
place called the Dry Gator for
teetotalers . Play, A Good
Man is Hard to Find, at wed weddings
dings weddings . Hook Elvis' pelvis to
a dynamo where H will do
some good . Tell us where
the yellow went . Make Bru Brubeck
beck Brubeck play a. melody all the way
thru one time to see if he can do
it . Do away with Mondays
. Discover the great voice of
Johnny Mathis . Put a filter
on filters in Men of the latest
earner scar* . Make Jayne

Friday .March 29, 1957

Mansfield Sec. of State . Get
* real lion at SAF> so he <~nn
maul his molesters . Give
lock-jaw to people who want to
stop biting their nails . Put
electric shockers on the seals of
the lecture halls to keep us
awake . Make dimmers for
bright people. . Make the Huh
into a Pub . Serve coffee at
the 7:40s Psychoanalyse
columnists,
*
Serioits Dept:
Sunday I was at an uptown
theater viewing a delightful flick
called, 'Teahouse of the August
Moon', and everything was go
ing nicely until a very tender
and charming scene took place.
Here s what happened; On the
screen a sorrowful, bungling
G.I. has become aware of his
-Japanese doll who cannot speak
English. Both their hearts are
melting and they I'ealjze the
futility the situation. On the
flooi qt a demolished teahouse,
whtth" all but justified their e\-
tstense. at arms length, they a"
silent. The subtle colors, music
the whistfulness of the lovers
eyes lead the audience to sup-
ply their own dialogue when:
half the theater starts giggling
from embarrassment many
cough, and many more get up
to visit the powdei room. Why?
For the simple reason that we
have become afraid to ah-ow a
little honest emotion. Don t cry
at the theater lest your friends
mock you. Don't occasionally
tell your loved ones that you
do love them lest they look for
an ulterior motive (or smell your
breath i.
What I'm tryihg to say is that
t think the Frenchman who said,
'True emotion is the spirit of
the Soul, probably oned at the
theater and loved .his fellow
man:
Things Id lake to See De^t:
An album of Enroll Garnet Garnetplaying
playing Garnetplaying Jerome Kern . King
Kong and Liberate in a vaude vaudeville
ville vaudeville act,. . Casanova reincar reincarnated
nated reincarnated ... V meeting of Casa Casa
Casa nova and Artie Shaw . Some Someone
one Someone put a stop to those silly bells
in our tower . Someone put a
stop to those silly bells, in my
head
u / OVE2 in AFRICA \
(WHERE THE ANIMALS ]
\FIOHT FOR THEIR ]
V^FOOD!^/
i.
{\
1 ZL J

IVORY TOWER
Hartmann Offers Solution to Middle-East Crisis

This week Di. Frederick H,
Hartmann, political science pro professor
fessor professor and the University's top
authority on international rela relations,
tions, relations, has written a guest arti artirle
rle artirle surveying the Middle East
problem.
Dr Hartmann received his Ph-
D. from Princeton, and also stu studied
died studied at the Graduate Institute of
International Studies and UK
Library at Geneva, 1917-48. and
was a Fullbright Scholar at
Bonn University. 1953-54. He, has
travelled extensively in Europe
and Asia.
Ip addition to a number of ar articles
ticles articles and over works. Dr Hart
ttiann is author of a book The
Relations ojf. Nations just off
the press this week. He joined
the faculty in 1948 Al Quentei
By DR. KJtKDERK k H.
HARTMANN
Pro feasor of Political Science
Like all- Complex international
rises, that in the Middle East
defies brief analysis. What we
see now in all its flowering has.
of course, deep roots.
The immediate < ausb of the
brief Suez War in late 1956'goes
hack to the American decision
not to finance the Aswan Dam
(July. 1956 1. Nasser immediately
tetaliated by seizing the Suez
Canal.

j
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snow**
s
BECKY'S COLUMN
Fiasco in Language Laboratory

By BIXSKV GREER
Gator Assistant Editor
"Two students were just ex expelled
pelled expelled from this Lab for vandal
ism. so let this be a warning to
you." the instructor said.
This could only happen in one
place on the campus, and-it dtd
ft took place, of course, in that
niece a of mischief more com commonly
monly commonly called
' h e language
< bo r n 11 > >
!> ben benfit
fit benfit of th<
initiated the MHwWWc
language la b <*£T
consists of tUo
adjoining
looms m tihe v
has entent of op?SraK
Anderson Hal!.
It seats about
150 students at GREER
individual i cubicles complete
with earphdnes and channel se selectors.
lectors. selectors. Students of Spanish.
French and German are requir required
ed required to occupy one of these cubi cubicles
cles cubicles for about half an hout every
Monday. Wednesday, apd Fri Friday.
day. Friday. j
One faculty menioei ciiecks
roll and collects test papers for
the entire Lab. Beyond that, the
student is relatively free to do
as he pleases, and thaf is ex exactly
actly exactly what he does. To, the cas-
nai observe) the .earphoned stu students
dents students appeal to be listening to
coded messages from outer
space, but ih reality they are re receiving
ceiving receiving equally incomprehensible
messages frjom the other end of
the hall.
The language lab seems to' be
the ideal plkce to give vent to
all sorts of complexes, neuroses
and frustrations For example,
letsvisit a typical lab session.
* *
In one corner you will see a
_ /lb SIT UP \ :
M A ON A 816
Mv\ Rock until
SOMEBODY I
/t Jcame by.
/jIU {J THEN I'D
! POUNCE
f&. A VON HIM! J
"H-lEN AoAIN I SUPPOSE
SOME Or 06 HAVE TO DOS-'COD PEOPLE (N BUSINESS

The conferences whi< li follov
ed failed to
- find an agreeb
n tipon aihd spell-
Bed-out j solution
soon epough to
jgpll dampen down
the e(notional
had .gteadih
ills been ftc'eumu
lating f
HARTMANN Britain was
ncreasm g l y
shoes ed at Nasser *- bold ron ronempt
empt ronempt for her power, rights, and
interests. France was ailarmed
by Nasser's open aid to the Al Algerian
gerian Algerian ,rebels And Israel was
deeply disturbed by the enoi enoimous
mous enoimous stockpile of Conlmumst
armaments in Egyptian, hands
together with the increasing con control
trol control exeercised by Egypt over the
armed femes of two other Is Israeli
raeli Israeli neighbors: Saudi Arabia
and Syria.
In the face of if*- growing
power of Nasser and his open
coot emp 4 for opposition. the'
inept conciliation attempted bv
the United States fwho tjried to
play big brother in tne situ
ation being fair so both
sidesl convinced Britain, France
and Israel that their vital in interests
terests interests were being betrayed

student avidly reading the mes
sage on his deskleft there by
. his pen pal in another section of
the lab. The smudgy scrawl may
be written in any one of font
languages, but is probably! pre
dominantly English with a few
familiar foreign phrases scatter scattered
ed scattered here and there. Sitting riext lo
him is one of the many nejivspa nejivspaper-reading
per-reading nejivspaper-reading students who has his
eaiphones on. but not plugged
in.
On down the aisle is one j>f the
lab engineers who has'just learn learned
ed learned of a test to be given in his
particular course today He is
trying frantically to reconstruct
his recently dismantled ear earphones.
phones. earphones. A snore attracts you to
the next aisle where sits i stu student
dent student who has just been put to
sleep by a French lullaby In
back of him is an artist, putting
the finishing touches on a nude
on the wall of his cubicle
A loud What page are we
on'.' disrupts the silence as two
students try to Converse despite
the earphones. they both weai
In the center of the room sits a
rarpentet laboriously boritng a
hole in the plywood partition so
he can have a better view of the
< omelv coed on the' other .jide
xn m e spasmodic rumblings
ome from a corner of the room
as one group of students follows
'he instruction 'Repeat aftet
me They must be first semes semester
ter semester students, for the oldtipiers
know better than to follow di
rections pv,en when they are
given in English, which isn't
often.
Suddenly a wave of mecnani mecnanial
al mecnanial clicking overtakes the room

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Editor-in-Chief Don Bacon
Managing Editor...... Ed Johnson
Business Mgr. . Jack Hutchinson
FOR THE BEST IN MUSIC
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Curiously enough since
America prides herself as nev
er committing appeasement
those three states saw m tne
results of American media
lion a colossal appeasement m
he making with themselves
as the victims They thereup thereupon
on thereupon resorted ro force
A' this point the combined
influence of the United States
Russia, and the United Nation Nationwas
was Nationwas bi ought to bear to bring
the armed operation to a halt
The three guilty powers
were required to wnthdraw
Especially in casting its
weight against rhe three in
tervening powers rhe Unite!
States again clung to.what was
essentially a one-sided police
Many disinterested observ
ers have already commented
on how pointedlv the United
States policy assumed that jt>s jt>stice
tice jt>stice and right in the situa situation
tion situation was an Egyptian monorv
oh- Or weie we saving our
oil ? Oi were we siding with
the more numerous Arabs'
Whatever oui reasons we
must now face the obvious fact
that it wifi be much more
difficult to resolve the great
problems in the Middle East
The mam reason is simple
Nasser will no 1 ., be less amen,
able to compromise than ever.

as the word > passed that there
is music on another channel
Within seconds all have found
the correct channel, gnd 149
voices (theres always one dis dissenter)
senter) dissenter) hegin singing "La Curur Cururac
ac Cururac ha along w ith the recording.
If you think Spanish students
sound bad singing Spanish songs
you should hear German stu students
dents students singing Spanish songs'
Another wave of clicking signi signifies
fies signifies that the song has ended, and
the search for new entertain entertainment
ment entertainment has begun. A translation
of a spicy German poem is dis discovered.
covered. discovered. and all attention is fo focused
cused focused there. A joke intended
for one small group of students
caused laughtei throughout both
tooms When the English stops
.the clicking begins again The
unwritten rule of the Lab is that
you listen to your own channel
only when taking a test, or when
there's nothing better anvwhere
Once attendance has oeen
aken, an increasing number of
vacant seats aie A
c onspiracy operating between
the two rooms allows one of the
mote courageous students to
stip out the door, while the mom
tor is kept occupied by an ac
complice in the othei room
i1 11 never get awav with it
gain
Yes the language lab is .-eaUv
a fascinating place it has a
personality al! its own If vou
ever get bored, enroll in Ger German,
man, German, French, or Spamsh. Don
borhci to go to classes
They're too much like work.
Rut be sure to go to lab for
jolly half hour m the meeca
of mischief

Has n not turned defea* into
victory Does he no* have the
Suer, Canal
Doe- he not. through Syria
exercise a stranglehold on ihe
oil pipelines to the Medile
i anean Does he not now oo
( upy the position of trium
pha-jit leader of Arab national
i.xm" Has he not a more en
larged ego than before'
Itw Eisenhower TVs-trine.
whatever its merit or lack of
it may be is irrelevant to
these pressing questions It
may offer an approach to a
potential Nem East crisis d dcevtl.v
cevtl.v dcevtl.v involving Russ a hut it
hardly offers one to the crisis
'hat currently exists
There are however, some
positive .steps -that an he tak taken
en taken to deal with the existing
crisis One is to bring Nassei
o agiee to effective interna international
tional international control of the Suez Ca Canal
nal Canal in return for recognising
Egyptian ownership.
A second is to insis tipon
free and unrestricted use of the
canal bv all nations includ including
ing including Israel A eorrollnrv to this
point is to guarantee free Is
raeli access from and to the
Gulf of Aquaba.
A third point is to guarantee
and neutralize the Tsraeli-

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Arab Land Not Developed,
Israel Is, Writer Says

Editor :
I am writing in referent a to
the recent Arab-Israel controver controversy
sy controversy in the Letter* to the Editor
, column.
irat of all I am not a Zion Zionist
ist Zionist and secondly I am not of
the Jewish faith. However in
the interest of the truth I feel
that a few facts are to he
brought to the attention of the
tenders. These fact* are in the
form of a rebuttal to the false
and exagerated statements of
some gentleman from Iraq.
Last year I spent some 30 days
traveling in the Near-East. I
visited most of the Arab states
and also Israel. I spoke to some
highly intelligent persons and
some lowly peasants. I observ observed
ed observed the form of Government in
these states and the life of rhe
people in genleral.
In all the Arab states I visit visited
ed visited I found poverty. disease,
illiteracy, and a general back backwardness
wardness backwardness of ibe people. The
rirulture in most Instances
was as it had been 2 1
ago Sanitation was poor or non
existan! About the only thing
all the Arab states have is a
highly developed form of die
tatorship. Personal freedom as
we know it in the United States
is non existant. All Arab ns
tions have an intricate spy sys system,
tem, system, with spies spying on each
other. Sure you can voice your
opinion, hut it had better agVee
with what the Government says
or else. Or etse means that yon
can be cured of vour ills in
three methods One by firing
sottad. two by assassination, or
!hi ee bv exile or imprisonment
The people in these countries
are fed a seadv die! of Hate

Where Is Gluck, Grayson?

Krtitor.
Congratulation* for pitting;
out such c.trtoon* as "Cross "Crossing
ing "Crossing T diversity Avenue and
"Old Sanka". They were ter ternfir
nfir ternfir Fine cartoonist* you
have Rut that is about afl 1
can sav.
1 would tike bo take this op opportunity
portunity opportunity to a.sk you a few
questions
1i Whv don t you try to
f tnd someone like Bill Grov Grovson
son Grovson and put him on pa (re two
again As far as I know, hr*
column was the most popular
one in the Alligator By the
wav where is Bill Grayson*
Resigned" Removed" Fxiled"
or Vaporized*
2 1 Where is Kar! Gluck*
How far has he got" l mean
how far in a South American
leopard's bellv has he got"
I am sure the Student. Rod''
would tike to > hear of him
Your failure to report about
his adventurous trip proves
that you are getting too old to
he the editor of a student news newspaper
paper newspaper
* You did a wrong thing
by publishing the letters of
Mr Khamo and Mr. Fischer

Letters to Editor Welcome
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concise and conform f rules of good taste. The editor reetii*h
'he right to withhold or edit any letters submitted, AO letters nest
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Egyptian P-onher through %
United Nations Emergene.y
Force patrol until such time as
Egypt i= willing .to make
definitive peace with Israel,
A fourth point ts to ent our ourige
ige ourige the initiation Os a resettle resettlement
ment resettlement program for the Talestin
lan Arab refugees for it u
dearly unrealistic to expert
'hat even the majority of these
,ran be O! "'ll* be -ra o--.0,-h*H
by Israel
In the fifth pl'acr. -he build
:ng of alternative pipelines
such as the one now being
built across Israel from the
Gulf of Aquaba to the Mode
ferianean. and the projected
pipeline front Iraq through
Turkey to the Mediterranean!
should be sppeded.
W.ien *he>e are complete
Nassers bargaining position
will be weakened, and his abil ability
ity ability to block the How of oil r
lessened. This will automatical automatical!v
!v automatical!v deflr'r some of he tension.'
This would represent a fair fair!y
!y fair!y realistic and comprehensive
approach to the current phase
of the Middle East crisis. But
for such a program to have
prospects of success our gov government
ernment government will have to show f*r
more firmness aid concrete:
ness in its policy than it ha*
evidenced so far

Israel propaganda. In f,act all
their ill* ate blamed on Israel.
The peasant* like Mr Khamo,
believe all they are told. They
have to. Because there is only
one side of the story given.
When I finally traveled across
the Trans Jordan frontier, in
Jerusalem into Israel, it was
going from the middle ages to
today. Gone were the foul od odors
ors odors of the unsanitary cities and
towns, gone were the hordes of
beggar* who followed you all
over cursing and begging you
at the. same time.
Israel by far, ie ahead of her
Arab neighbors m all way*. It
is the only democracy in th*
Near-East T guess yon know
that also Mr. Khamo. I am
right- to assume that you have
never been m Israel Joe. Tou
are like the rest of your fellow
fellahans. Anti-semetir and,, un
educated. Another thing Joe. as
to your Arab refuge brother*
being thrown out of home
T aint so Joe. /
In tIM when the en.ooooon
Arabs attacked and were routed
by one million Jews, those same
refugees were urged to remain
in Israel hr the Israeli Govern Government.
ment. Government. However listening to the
propaganda of their neighbors
left Tsmel on their own. with
the assurance that they would
soon return a* ruler* of the
land When it didnt turn out
that way thex' were juet ent entrant*
rant* entrant* having thrown tn with th*
wrong group.
Tn Honing Joe. Td hike #or
eon to remember that K I
were tn your country and wrote
a letter to the newspaper Wke
rr*i wrote to the ATT!gator T
would proha Nv he liquidated
Norm aw Bredt Hows

about the l*rfi-Ajsh dtaa
tton Tn my opintem. brdh dde*
have been extremely pnjudia pnjudiaed
ed pnjudiaed and n* rrrrw-mlnded I weaftd
not aay tfrst yo*i tto not haw*
the right to publfith (hoMt >*-
ter*, hut 1 would say tM* mucht
hv printing prejudiced sad ibair ibairrow-mtnded
row-mtnded ibairrow-mtnded ophite*** about an
extremely fmportant pmtion
for more fhstn ten thnummd *-
dent* to read, won prom* (had
mn hare beer d i hilling ton
mitrh had coffee orr anteAtng
-,ton manr bed cigarettes with
rotrr feet on roar dealt.
Wo ward M. Tkwaii
Rditor'* note: t> WTI Or ar arson
son arson editor of the OrWHT* Feed
left the Alligator to runoewtreto
on putting hi* wit into a Mgger
and better Peel due out aeon.
?> We'd like to know whet*
Gluck i* oureelve*. The scound scoundrel
rel scoundrel wns supposed to send ns
r>ost cards, which he hasnt
done He mar here peddled
to Chin* by now *1 Our pur purpose
pose purpose in printing the iauttow iauttowminded"
minded" iauttowminded" letter* wm to stimu stimulate
late stimulate individual opinion on the
subject Apparently Fh*t **
what ha* happened to you r
case



Florida Alligator, Friday, March 29. 1957

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Page 3

'Dr. Allen Slaps Criticisms
On Student Traffic Proposals

(Continued from Page ONE)
in parking privileges.
Allen answered with There >s
not enough space on the campus
for sophpmore cars now. Next
year we will have more students
and. we hope, more faculty. We
will have to provide reserved'
areas for the faculty cars
! In justification of this, ne
I states We cannot give private

,
Beardsley, Kerrins State
Proposals on Integration

BEARDSLEY
(Continued from page ONE)
I I want every student whoj
needs a job to be able to get de-.
i cent paying employment, and l|
intend to see that Student Gov Gov!
! Gov! ernment helps him get it. First|
of all. the number of job oppov-i
tunities is now ridiculously low i
i Manv jobs now held by non-s'u-j
. dents should be msde available
'to students. When possible, bet-j
ter working conditions and more,
j pay for student employment!
i should be instituted, but I think
more jobs come first.'
Do you have any plans for im imi
i imi proving telephone facilities in the
upperolaas mens dorms?
| The main communication prob problem
lem problem on the campus is the inad- ;
| equate telephone facilities in the (
women's dorms This should
iof primary consideration. I plan
] to get more phones in the dorms.
' starting with the coed dorms, and
j then instituting a poll of the res residents
idents residents of the men's dorms, pre-.
senting the telephone company!
! with the results."
Do you intend to go along with
a continued ban on freshmen and
sophomore cars? If not. what are
your plans for change?
i "I do not believe that the Uni-!
. versify should dictate to an in- 1
dividual whether or not he can;
have a car on campus I believe
j this is particularly true in the
;case of a second-year student, j
| Therefore. I plan to do everything l
1 in my power to restore sophomore
1 cars for next year. I believe
with the full cooperation of the
i administration and the plan forj
! traffic control and more parking
lareas listed above, this can be
accomplished
Do you have any plans for im-,
j proving University housing for,
J married students?
"I- will undertake a program'
leading to the establishment of
'low-cost married housing built by
the University, as seen on other
j campuses As far as present
j units go. I think Student Ckrvem-
I ment can, be of great service in
j speaking for the students in pro pro!
! pro! curing better housing. T wilt also
! attend to the need* of the many
i trailer residents.
"" i

offices to any of our faculty
members. This meins that facul faculty
ty faculty members often have to do work
requiring close concentration a'
home. They must be able to come
and go frequently to meet ap appointments
pointments appointments with classes and in individual
dividual individual students."
Students had asked that dormi dormitory
tory dormitory residents be allowed to park

KERRINS
(Continued from liege ONE)
jtion tn regards to pay and job
placement?
"I propose to work for a mini-,
mum wage for student employees,!
i a standard employment policy for (
; all departments and divisions of |
{the University to eliminate cer-1
; tain current practices which are I
j discriminatory in effect though j
. not in intent, and cessation of the
i practice of paying Food Service
personnel by chits which cur- j
rently represents-payment in 50-.
i cent-dollars.
Do you have any plans for im improving
proving improving telephone facilities in the
upperclass mens dorms?
"The University is presently in inj
j inj stalling wiring for pay phone
I service in each section of the up upiperclassmen
iperclassmen upiperclassmen dorms. Conversations
I with Southern Beil Repiesenta-j
| tives indicate that equipment is
' available to complete this install-'
' ation without delay."
"If this service is not sufficient!
I too meet student needs," Kerrins
added, "i will actively support;
further expansion of this service.
Do you intend to go,along with
a continued ban on freshmen and
-ophomore cars? If not, what are
your plans for change?
"No. for the sophomore ban.
Projected enrollment figures do
i not indicate a need for this re re
re striction provided the equitable
' division of decal permits as cur currently
rently currently sought by Student Govern Govern-1
-1 Govern-1 ment is forthcoming
i I will continue to press for
! immediate construction of pro projected
jected projected parking areas in the active j
; portions of campus.
Do you have any plum for im improving
proving improving University housing for
married students?
Two projects for married stu-
I dents have been approved for con con|
| con| struotion," Kerrins said "As a
! married student. I have an active
interest in this program and will
; continue to seek constructive opin opini
i opini ion on this issue."
i Further, I will actively sup support
port support expansion of this program by
seeking passage of an enabling
act during the current session of I
the State legislature to use ad- ;
! ditionnl fcricrnl funds for this pur purpose."
pose." purpose."
P

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on the streets adjacent to then thenresident
resident thenresident halls.
"It should be noted," Allen ans answered.
wered. answered. "that dormitory residents
have the least need for a car of
| any member of the University
i community. It js the feeling of
the Committee on Traffic and
Parking that the streets near the
dormitories should be kept open
Terr use by commuters w r ho have
more need for use of a car,"
Allen claims the Student Traf : j
fie Court is not consistent in its!
performance of duty. S o m ej
years the court is lenient tndj
some years more strict. he said.
"This seems to depend on
who is elected chief justice and
! associate justice
These are only the major >- riti-j
cisms presented by Dr Allen,
Many more points are included!
, in the memorandum
| Kaufman said he. Student Bodyj
President Fletcher Fleming and
j Secretary-Treasurer Dick Kerrins
j have been meeting with *hq
, Planning and policies Committed
and getting fairly good resulis j
The committee has approve'!
the proposal that all violation* j
j except those of driving while inf
toxicated. larceny and accidents
1 be handled by the student court
and the allowing of all upper di division
vision division and graduate students oh
probation to have cars.
Under consideration b\ the!
committee. Kaufman said, ere the'
matters of equal priority with
i staff, additional parking areas,
allowing sophomores to hayp
'ears and better parking facilities
; for dormitory residents
| Also up for consideration is a
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New Board Rule Passes Council With Revisions

(Continued from Page ONE)
by Student Body President Flet Fletjcher
jcher Fletjcher Fleming that it was too late
to get a constitutional amendment
in the April 4 election
j While the charter revision was
still under discussion on the floor.
Bondi proposed a motion to allow
publications officers regular mem mempolicy
policy mempolicy to allow lower division
students on probation to have
tears.
All matters approved by the
committee must get final appro approval
val approval by President Reitz
ln my opinion." Kaufman said,
"he would be most sympathetic
Ito suggestions of the Planning,
: and Policies Committee

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tion. opposition.
Bondi immediately jumped up,
shouting "that means mv motion
was passed.
He was then quietly informed
bv Fleming tha his motion had
not been recognized and the vote
was on the original revision.
The charter change will be
brought before the council for fi fitnal
tnal fitnal approval April 9.