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Volume 50, No. 3


40,000 Alumnae Expected Here
For Gala Weekend Od. 18-19
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Gator State Editor
Homecoming 1957, spotlighted by th e slogan, Grads are Guests
at a Gatorfcst begins three weeks from today, October 18, and
the campus will be geared to put on one of the gayest extravagan extravaganzas
zas extravaganzas seen on a college campus.

Featured in the two days of fes festivities
tivities festivities will be a gala parade, Ga Gator
tor Gator Growl, the largest all-student
show in the world, football at its
best, and at least 40.000 returning
Starting things off on Friday
afternoon will be the parade from
campus to downtown, featured
with floats, marching bands, bea beautiful
utiful beautiful coeds, visiting dignitaries
In cars and the Homecoming
Queens float.
Following the parade, return returning
ing returning Blue Key dignitaries have
Lacy Mahon, Jr., Jacksonville
attorney, will be master of ce ceremonies
remonies ceremonies for Gator Growl, Oct.
18. Gator Growl is held the.
Friday evening of Homecom Homecoming.
ing. Homecoming.
The 3k year -old Mahon,
Duval County solicitor, has
served two terms in the Flor Florida
ida Florida state House of Represent*
tives, and has been awarded
numerous awards from civic
and better government groups.
The announcement was made
by Charles Biggs, Growl chair chairman.
man. chairman. Full details are to be re-,
leased later on.
slated a banquet, attended by
notables from the state.
United States Senator John Ken Kennedy
nedy Kennedy (D., Mass.) will be the fea featured
tured featured speaker at the Blue Key
banquet in the gymnasium.
The Trianon-sponsored Ladies
buffet will begin at 6:00 at the
Student Service Center. Both the
Blue Key and the Trianon affairs
are by invitaion only.
That night, starting at 8:30, the
Gator Growl will hold the atten attention
tion attention of a jam-packed crowd in
the stadium,, The pre-growl show,
complete with marching bands
and spectaculars, will begin about
two hours earliter.
Growl will be highlighted by
student skits sponsored by var various
ious various fraternities and sororities,
plus local entertainers and their
acts, visiting bands, and the
inside today
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grand finale fireworks show.
Chairman of Gator Growl is
Charlie Biggs.
45,000 Spectators
The entire Homecoming show
has been directed by Charlie
Gray, who has been working, with
Blue Key president Steve Ses Sessions
sions Sessions and a staff for several
Biggs notes that Growl will also
feature organizations on the cam campus,
pus, campus, including Mens and Wom Womens
ens Womens Glee Club, ROTC marching
units, and the presentation of the
Homecoming Queen and her court.
The skits comprise the heart
of the Gator Growl, with the five
finalists among the Greeks select selected
ed selected to appear before the 45,000
persons in the stadium. So that
spectators on all sides of the sta stadium
dium stadium may hear the show, each
skit is taped and the actors
on the podium on the field go
through the motions while the
sound goes out ver the public
address system.
An added feature in the past,
pre-Growl has grown to such pro proportions
portions proportions that it will surpass the
Growl in actual length of time
this year. Pre-Growl features the
high school bands, runners-up in
the skit contest, and other spec spectaculars.
taculars. spectaculars.
Estimates on the student man manhours
hours manhours put into Growl run into
the thousands. The figures for
students who actively participate
is numbered at about 800, while
those who serve as technicians,
ushers and assistants is approx approximately
imately approximately 1,000, boosting the total
to 1,800.
Guided Tours Slated
Returning Alumnae and visitors
(Continued on page THREE)

Gas Discounts Offered
Through SG Co-op Station

A substancial saving in automo automobile
bile automobile expenses will be made avail available
able available to all University students
again this fall through member
ship in the Student Government
Gas Co-op.
Membership cards may be pur purchased
chased purchased in the Student Government
office in the Florida Union, and
the $1 fee entitles the student to
all benefits as long as he re remains
mains remains at the University. The card
entitles students to a discount of
five cents per gallon of regular
or premium gasoline at Tom and
Bills Gas Station (also known as
Gatogo Gas Station).
Student members will also be
able to save five cents per quart
of premium H-D motor oil when
they have their car serviced at
the station and ten cents per
quart if they buy the oil in five
quart containers. There will also
be a general discount for other
products and services.
The owner of the station, Mrs.

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# Here Oct. 18-19
UF Grad Arrested
In Little Rock
A former UF student has been
reportedly arrested in the Lit Little
tle Little Rock, Ark. integration dis dispute.
pute. dispute.
Sidney A. Wolff, commission commissioned
ed commissioned a second lieutenant in the
ROTC on campus last month,
was arrested yesterday morn morning
ing morning at Central High School for
Impersonating an officer.
Carried over a major net network
work network yesterday at noon, the
story of Wolffs arrest was pick picked
ed picked up by Gainesville station
Wolff was reportedly headed
to Lackland Air Force Base at
the time of arrest. He was
picked up at the scene of the
integration dispute with a load loaded
ed loaded revolver and a rifle in his.
Police at the scene reported reportedly
ly reportedly found out soon after his ar arrest
rest arrest that Wolff was not guilty
of impersonating an officer, but
that he had recently been com
missioned a second Jieutanant
in the ROTC department at UF
and was heading for active

Evelyn W. Newberry, has a con contract
tract contract with her supplier, the Stan Standard
dard Standard Oil Company of Kentucky,
which guarantees gasoline of an
octane rating equal to that of
the major companies operating in
Student Government vice-presi vice-president,
dent, vice-president, Ron McCall, personally in-
Picture Appointments
Monday for Seminole
Individual picture appoint
uents for the 1958 Seminole,
anipu.> yearbook, will begin
Monday, at 1:30 p.m. in the
Seminole office, Florida Union.
All February and June gradu graduates,
ates, graduates, as well as sorority abd
fraternity members, are request requestled
led requestled to make appointments as
oon as possible.
Pictures will be taken Oct.
A one d-ilar sitting fee will
be charged by the photograph photographers.
ers. photographers.

Flu Cases Reath 160; Extra Facilities 'Ready'

Gator State Editor
The University Infirmary is
presently treating 100 cases of
influenza, with the total going up
hourly. Infirmary Director Rob Robert
ert Robert Vadheim terms it a relative relatively
ly relatively high outbreak of flu but the
individual cases are not serious.
The overflow from the Infir Infirmary
mary Infirmary is being handled at the gym gymnasium
nasium gymnasium where 50 extra beds and
200 cots have been set up. The
original plan to treat the overflow
from the 85-bed infirmary in the
dorms was shelved as the flu has
spread, according to Dean D. K.
Stanley, of the College of Physi Physical
cal Physical Education and Health.
Dr. Vadheim emphasized that
the flu is spreading but that
there is no alarm since students
contacting the disease are re recovering
covering recovering in a relatively short
There have been no complica complications
tions complications in the individual cases
reported, and most patients are

University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, Friday, September 27,1957

Lack of Theme
Noted (or HC
Floats, Entries
In a general meeting of all
committee chairman Wednesday
Chairman Charlie Gray stated
that emphasis has been placed
on the idea that there is no
general theme for Homecom Homecoming
ing Homecoming this year.
Gray noted that this year the
slogan for HC Oct. 18-19 is
Grads are Guests at a Ga Gatorfest,
torfest, Gatorfest, but that there will be
no theme as there has been in
the past.
Fraternities and soror i t i e s
may plan their skits and house
decoratins for originality, with
no consideration being given by
the judging committee as to the
cost of the projects. This will
'-encourage more organizations
to enter with less cost being
put into skits and decorations.
Gray emphasized.
Judging for the events will be
kept as secret as possible so that
the outcome of one event will
not influence the judges who
might feel that they should not
award the same groups two
different first place awards,
Gray said.
Gray termed this years
Homecoming brochure, edited
by John Totty, as the finest Ive
ever seen. All but a thousand
of the 25,000 copies have been
mailed to alumni, friends of
the University and guests.
Religious Centers
Hold First Songfest
Six religious centers joined to together
gether together in a song fest Sunday even evening
ing evening for their first all-campus meet
at the Presbyterian University

spected the analysis tests made
by the Inspection Division of the
state of Florida which showed
that the regular gas sold at the
station had an octane rating of
90.5 and the ethyl gas a rating
of 97.0. This is well above the
standards set by the Inspection
Division for both the regular and
ethyl gasolines.
The regular prices at the Ga Gatogo
togo Gatogo station without the student
discount are the same as any
of the stations of the major com companies
panies companies operating in Gainesville.
Students presenting their Co-op
cards secure the discount from
this price.
This fall the station will also
be equipped to give complete lu lubrication
brication lubrication service and also tire
and battery service.
The student Gas Co-op plan was
initiated by Student Government
as a Junior Class project last
fall and all the profit goes into
the Student Activities fund.

being released after a 48-hour ob observation
servation observation period and convales convalescence
cence convalescence in the donms for a few days.
Treatment for the students af afflicted
flicted afflicted for the most part consists
of aspirin, light diet and a long
The type of flu definitely
seems to be the mild form com commented
mented commented Dean Stanley. No defi definite
nite definite tests have determined whe whether
ther whether it is the Asian form.
We are prepared to handle all
incoming cases and any addition additional
al additional influx. The addition of cots
makes it possible to handle more
than twice the number of in incoming
coming incoming patients we now have,
Dean Stanley commented.
The University Infirmary, di directed
rected directed by Doctor Robert Vad Vadheim,
heim, Vadheim, reports that almost all
students have much the same
symptoms for the disease. This
is characterized by high fever for
48 hours, some chills and ach aching
ing aching of the joints. All cases are of
short duration and the patients

Demo Senate Leader
Slates Talk to Law Group
United States Senator John S. Kennedy, main speaker for the
Florida Blue Key Homecoming banquet, announced this week that
he will also speak at the Phi Alpha Delta legal fraternity break breakfast
fast breakfast during the festive weekend.

In a letter to Blue Key Presi President
dent President Steve Sessums, Kennedy con confirmed
firmed confirmed an invitaion to address the
legal fraternity at its Homecom Homecoming
ing Homecoming breakfast, Saturday, Oct. 19
at 8 p.m.
Kennedy, popular Democratic
senator from Massachusetts will
announce his speech topics later.
The Homecoming banquet to be
held in the Florida Gym Oct. 18
at 5 p.m., is attended by the
states leading figures. Homecom Homecoming
ing Homecoming this year will include the
Gator Growl, football game with
Miss. State, and a score of other
activities, forums and get-toget get-togethers.
hers. get-togethers.
About 700 Florida Blue Key
alumni, guests, active chapter
members, and special honor guests
are expected to attend. Flor Florida
ida Florida congressional delegation, state
cabinet, Board of Control, and
supreme court are Usually pre present.
sent. present.
Kennedy narrowly missed the
Democratic vice-presidential no nomination
mination nomination at the convention in
Chicago in August 1956.
The strong showing for 40-year 40-yearold
old 40-yearold Senator Kennedy at the con convention
vention convention has boomed him as a
national figure in the Democratic
A devout Roman Catholic, the
ruffled-haired senator is one of
nine children, seven of whom are
living. His father Joseph P. Ken Kennedy,
nedy, Kennedy, is a former Ambassador to
Great Britain.
Studied In London
Senator Kennedy served as his
fathers secretary in the embas embassy.
sy. embassy. He studied at the London
School of Economics in 1935-36,
and was graduated from Harvard
University cum laude in 1940,
the same year his first book,
Why England Slept, was pub published.
lished. published.
Last year, his second book.
Profiles in Courage, won the
Pulitzer Prize for biography.
As a working newsman for In International
ternational International News Service, the
friendly senator covered the jSan
Francisco Conference,
ctions, and Potsdam conference
in 1945.
Before being elected senator,
Kennedy served three consecu consecu-15
-15 consecu-15 Queen Entries
Deadline Today
Although only 15 entries for
the 1957 Homecoming Queen
contest had been submitted up
until yesterday morning, Bill
Trickle, chairman of the con contest,
test, contest, expected another 20 en entries
tries entries before the deadline today
at 5 p.m.
The contest chairman also
pointed out that entries would
not be limited to those spon sponsored
sored sponsored by fraternities and sorori sororities,
ties, sororities, but that any recognized
organization on campus could
sponsor a contestant.
All entries should be left at
the Florida Union information
desk before 5 p.m. today.

are mostly ambulatory.
The patients are being taken
care of by student nurses and
auxiliaries, plus the entire staff
of seven doctors on hand, Vad Vadheim
heim Vadheim reports.
It is not the severity of the
cases, rather the number that has
caused the inconvenience, Dean
Stanley, commented.
Things . under Control
Things are running smoothly
and everything is definitely under
control. At present we are not
overly alarmed, but merely pre precautionary,
cautionary, precautionary, Stanley said.
The long awaited flu vaccine is
expected to begin coming in
next week. According to inform
ed sources the vaccine should ar arrive
rive arrive in three shipments. The first
and second of 400 cc each and
the next, the balance of the 20UU
cc shipment.
The University has also report reportedly
edly reportedly sent in an additional order
for 2000 cc more.
A committee set up at the be beginning

tive terms in the U. S. House of
Representatives from 1947-53.
Kennedy began his first year
as senator in 1953, the same year
he was married.
Senator Kennedys younger bro brother,
ther, brother, Robert F. Kennedy, 31,
serves with him on the Senates
Permanent Investigation Subcom Subcommittee
mittee Subcommittee where Robert is majori majority
ty majority counsel.
The northern senator is also a
member of the Senate Foreign Re Relations
lations Relations Committee.
The Homecoming visit will not
be Kennedys first trip to Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. He has made several trips
to Palm Beach to recuperate
from an operation for an old
spinal injury aggravated in
World War 11.
Kennedy rescued three of his
men during the war, winning
him -the Navy Medal. He also won
the Marine Corps medal and the
Purple Heart.
656 Rushees >
Pledge Frats

Fall rush, with over 1200 stu students
dents students participating, ended Mon Monday
day Monday night with 656 rushees for formally
mally formally pledging the 25 fraternities
of the University.
The total is expected to reach
almost 900 within the next few
weeks due to delayed pledging,
according to A1 Millar, Inter Interfraternity
fraternity Interfraternity Council president. Last
years figures reached 600 by the
end of formal rush and by the
middle of the fall semester totaled
850 pledges for the campus fra fraternities.
ternities. fraternities.
The several violations of the
rushing rules which have been
turned in are to be investigated
by the IFC tribunal, Miller said.
The IFC netted $3,000 in selling
rush cards with 1,100 going into
the printing of the rush brochure,
plus the expense of printing the
Following is a list of the 25
fraternities arid the number of
students who pledged at the end
of formal rush Monday. Figures
are incomplete since rush viola violations
tions violations have not been announced,
nor have the results of ACE tests,
which can bar a man from pledg pledging,
ing, pledging, been released as yet.
The 25 fraternities, and number
of pledges are:
Alpha Epsilon Pi, 42; Alpha
Gamma Rho, 19; Alpha Tau Om Omega,
ega, Omega, 31; Beta Theta Pi, 22; Chi
Phi, 15; Delta Chi, 4; Delta Sig Sigma
ma Sigma Phi, 5; Delta Tau Delta, 20;
Kappa Alpha, 29; Kappa Sigma,
23; Lambda Chi Alpha, 18; Phi
Delta Theta, 34; Phi Gamma Del Delta,
ta, Delta, 22; Phi Kappa Tau, 18; Phi
Sigma Kappa, 6; Pi Kappa Alpha,
64; Pi Lambda Phi, 36; Pi Kappa
Phi, 11; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 31;
Sigma Chi, 52; Sigma Nu, 33;
Sigma Phi Epsilon, 30; Tau Ep Epsilon
silon Epsilon Phi, 55; Tau Kappa Epsilon,
9; Theta Chi, 27.

ginning beginning of the first outbreak in
August to cope with a possible
wide-spread epidemic has devis devised
ed devised a system of priority for issu issuance
ance issuance of the vaccine when it ar arrives.
rives. arrives.
According to Dean Stanley,
who heads the committee, first
priority will be given to Univer University
sity University personnel. The main con consideration
sideration consideration of the committee is to
keep the University functioning
so that we will be able to care
for students down with the flu.
We feel that it is essential to
protect the doctors and nurses at
the infirmary most of all, with
the housing, plant and ground,
and food service personnel com coming
ing coming next, plus certain key admin administrative
istrative administrative officials.
Then we can get around to the
main task of protecting the j
students of the University, which
is our main purpose, he added.
However, we realize that if
the University personnel are arent
nt arent able to function due to the

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Gators- Deacons
In Tilt Tomorrow
An estimated 30,000 football fans will swarm into Florida Field
tomorrow afternoon to see Floridas Fighting Gator football team
finally open its 1957 season, meeting Wake Forest in\an intersec intersectional
tional intersectional clash. Game time is 2:30 p.m.

The Gators, whose scheduled
opener against UCLA last week weekend
end weekend was cancelled because of the
influenza infection that ravaged
the squad, are two touchdown
favorites to defeat the Deacons
from Winston-Salem, N. C., even
though they may be without the
services of veteran end Don Flem Fleming.
ing. Fleming.
Fleming reported for practice
Wednesday with a badly bruised
elbow, and was placed on the
doubtful list for the Wake Forest
game. If Fleming is unable to see
action, sophomore Dan Edging ton
will move up from the alternate
unit to fill the starting berth.
Another soph, Perry McGriff, will
move into Edgingtons Blue team
Florida head coach Bob Wood Woodruff
ruff Woodruff had counted heavily on Flem Fleming,
ing, Fleming, as the junior flankman wa3
one of the squad's outstanding
defensive stars. Last year, Flem Fleming
ing Fleming earned a spot on the Blue,
or second team as a sophorpore,
and turned out to be a defensive
The Deacons, who finished in
the Atlantic Coast Conference cel cellar
lar cellar last year, have a squad heav heavily
ily heavily loaded with inexperienced soph sophomores.
omores. sophomores. The biggest prohlem con confronting
fronting confronting coach Paul Amen is
filling the gap left at fullback by
the graduation of All-American
Bill Barnes. Several sophomores
fought hard for the starting berth,
with Neal McLean, 195-pound ex exserviceman,
serviceman, exserviceman, finally getting the
Amens Army T-formation of offense
fense offense suffered another setback
when Charlie Carpenter, number
one signal caller in 1956, suffered
a ruptured spinal disc and was
sidelined for the duration of the
season. Jim Dalrymple was shift shifted
ed shifted from hi a halfback post to take
over the responsibility of direct directing
ing directing the team.
The Demon Deacons interior
line will be solid, held together
by Eddie Moore at center and
George Johnson at tackle, Re Reserves
serves Reserves however, are untested und underclassmen
erclassmen underclassmen with no varsity ex experience.
perience. experience.
The 1957 Gators, as in the past
have a potentially strong ground

flu, then we wont even be able
to take care of the students. Then
well be in real trouble.
At present the auxiliary rooms
in the gymnasium are not com completely
pletely completely filled, with only 36 cases
in the 50 available beds. If addi additional
tional additional caqes keep coming in they
will move them into the re recreation
creation recreation room dn the basement
where the accommodations for
200 more patients is set up ac according
cording according to Dr. Vadheim.
The main point we would like
to impress upon the studerit body,
is that the type of flu is very
mild and that it has definitely not
reached epidemic porportions. Wq
are extremely confident that we
will be able to handle all cases
with a minimum of trouble.
6.000 Letters Mailed
President Reitz office sent out
approximately 6,000 letters to stu students
dents students parents assuring them that
the University would be able to
handle any outbreak that might
(Continued on page THREE)

11,000 students
at university
of florida

6 Pages This Edition

attack, led by senior halfback
Jim Rountree, who has already
won two letters, fullback Ed
Sears, and halfback Bernie Par Parrish.
rish. Parrish. Quarterbacking duties for
the first eleven will be handled
by 142-pound Jimmy Dunn.
The alternate units backfield
will consist of Mickey Ellenburg
at the signal calling spot, Billy
Booker and Bill Newbem at the
halves, and Blair Culpepper at
fullback. With these two sets of
fine running backs, the Gatur3
at all times possess a threatening
running game.
Rountree, the senior halfback
who led the Gators in scoring
last year is the top breakaway
threat of the crop. He averaged
8.2 yards per carry as a sopho sophomore
more sophomore then came back with a cred creditable
itable creditable 4.1 average last year.
Sears was the team leader in
rushing yardage last year, pick picking
ing picking up 370 yards for a 4.4 average.
The 204-pound Pensacolan, over overshadowed
shadowed overshadowed by Joe Brodsky! during
most of last year/ seems ready
to step into the limelight on both
offense |ind defense.
Parrish, a dependable, all-ar all-around
ound all-around back who is one of the
squads finest blockers, is the
starter in the right halfback slot.
Dunn, the little quarterback
who alternated with Harry Spears
in 1956, moves into the number
one spot on his own this year.
Behind him are sophomore Mick Mickey
ey Mickey Ellenburg and Wayne William Williamson,
son, Williamson, neither of whom has one min minute
ute minute of varsity experience.
Ellenburg, however, shows po potentialities
tentialities potentialities of becoming a fine
quarterback. The Knoxville, Tenn.
native can pass, run, and kick,
and is a fine defensive ballplayer.
(Continued on page FIVE)
Check Found by Police
A check drawn on a Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville bank and payable to a Judith
Laroso has been found on the
unit block of West University Ave Avenue.
nue. Avenue. The check which was found
at 3 oclock Saturday, can b#
claimed at the Gainesvills polics

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Florida Alligator, Friday, Sept. 27, 1957

Debote Society Meeting Monday

The Florida Dbat Society will
have its introductory meeting
Monday night at 8 p.m. in John Johnson
son Johnson Lounge of the Florida Union.
Among the trips the debate
team will take this year are ex excursions
cursions excursions to Kansas, New Yo; k,
Massachusetts, Maine and Texas.
All registered students in the
University, are invited to attend
this meeting:
Heading this year's staff are
Mr. G. P. Mohrmann, the new

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director of debate, Mr. William
Reynolds, assistant director and
Charles Fulcher and A. Bo Bogarad,
garad, Bogarad, graduate assistants.
Talent Show And Dance,
At Newman Club Fair
The Newman Club will hold a
fair Sunday evening at 7:30 p.m.
in the Catholic Student Center,
featuring a talent show, dancing,
games and refreshments,

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. . performing before thousands at Freshman Talent Night.
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Twirier Makes Debate Tomorrow

Gator Feature Editor
Saturday afternoon a talented
young man will make his first ap appearance
pearance appearance at the University of
Florida a$ the Gator Bands new
solo twirler.
Many of those who attended
Freahman Talent Night wili re remember
member remember the baton twirling act of
Brooks E. Going. Tomorrow he
will repeat many of his Talent
Night stunts before a crowd of ap approximately
proximately approximately 45,000 spectators.
*T feel it is quite an honor to
be solo twirler, Going said.
When asked how he felt about
his appearance at tomorrows foot football
ball football game he replied, "Im a lit little
tle little nervous about it all.
The solo twirler and his partner
Durlene Johnson, will perform
during pre-game activities and at
the halftime show.
5 years experience de desires
sires desires to play with
Combo Read £r Fake
after six

News of Goings talent has
spread over much of this cam campus
pus campus since Talent Night. Last Sat Saturday
urday Saturday he wa* asked to perform
for many of the co-eda at Bro Broward
ward Broward Hall. However, Going in indicated
dicated indicated that not many of his
friend* in his dormitory are aware
of hi* twirling ability. The situa situation
tion situation will probably be different'
after Saturday* game.
Talent night was my debut,
Going said, But the football
game is the time I will really
have to do my best.
Out of curiosity, this reporter \
asked the twirler what it feels |
like to drop a baton during an i
"Theres just nothing like it,
Going replied. l can't explain
the feeling of embarrassment such
a mistake can create.
Going went on to explain, how however,
ever, however, that From the very begin beginning
ning beginning baton twirlers are taught to
smile while in action, regardless
of what happens. Thats why we
dont show our feelings to an
audience when we make a mis mistake.
take. mistake.
Going said that the neck roll
he performed as an encore at
Talent Night took four years to
"The secret to learning tricks
such as this is to sense at all
times where the balance of the
baton is, the twirler commented.
He now holds the title of South Southeastern
eastern Southeastern National Twirling Cham Champion,
pion, Champion, a result of his first try in
major competition. He has receiv received
ed received superior ratings in district and
state contests in the past and plac placed
ed placed second in the Florida State
contest in 1952.
The solo twirler studied under
Worlds Champion Baton Artist,
Bill Allen, for four years.
He is a graduate of Andrew
Jackson High School in Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, where he was solo twirler
Ice Cream Party
By Journalism Dames
The Journalism and Communi Communications
cations Communications Dames will hold an Ice-
Cream party at the home of
Mrs. H. G. Davis, Jr., 318 NW
13th Ave., Sunday afternoon from
3 to 5 p.m.
The purpose of the party to
welcome prospective members
and their families.

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with their band for two years. Go Going
ing Going was also drum major at Mi Miami
ami Miami Edison three years ago.
When asked about hie future
plans, Going replied he has not
decided on a major yet. He ex expressed
pressed expressed a desire to twirl profes professionally,
sionally, professionally, should the opportunity
present itself.
The twirler says that so far he
likes the University. He chose to
come here despite scholarships of offered
fered offered him by other colleges in
the South.
Going will appear with the 130-
man Gator Band which is direct directed
ed directed by Col. Harold Bachman. Also
appearing Saturday are drum ma majors
jors majors Earl Norman and Warren
Nelms, along with thirteen ma majorettes
jorettes majorettes under the direction of
Beverly Stalnaker.

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Horror Shows and M usical Comedy

Gator Staff Writer
A double do*e of horror and a
bright and bouncy musical art
contrasted In the week* film of offerings.
ferings. offerings. v
Basil Rfthbone, Lon Chaney,
John Carradin# and Bela Lugosi
make up a "whos who in horror
in "The Black Sleep. Showing
today and Saturday at the State,
this thriller feature* a mad sur surgeon
geon surgeon who creates a group of mu mutations
tations mutations that terrorize London in
the 1870*. The second bill has
Brian Donlevy battling a creature
known only ae "The Creeping Un Unknown.
known. Unknown. Pity poor Margia Dean
since It turns out to be her
An inspiring true etory of cour courage,
age, courage, Reach for the Sky, is the
State feature for Sunday and Mon Monday.
day. Monday. This British film dealt with
an RAF pilot who loses both legs
in an air accident before the war.
i His strong desire to man a plane
! leads him to the sky again, and
he eventually matches wits with
the enemy at a prison camp.
England's top actor, Kenneth
More, has the leading role.
Gold of Naples" is the two twoin-one
in-one twoin-one package starting Tuesday
at the State. Both Sophia Loren
and Silvano Mangano are featur featured
ed featured in a lineup of Italian fables
that range from pizza-pie comedy
to riotous racketeering.
A different kind of horror story
unfolds in The Three Faces of
Eve; showing today and Satur Saturday
day Saturday at the Florida. Joanne Wood Woodward
ward Woodward is plagued with a three-way her personality. She is by
turns a distraught housewife, a
wanton woman and a normal per person.
son. person. Needless to say, husband
David Wayne is confused by his
wifes changes of character, so a
psychiatrist (Lee J. Cobb) is call called

ed called to etraighten her out. Based
on the actual caee, thie shocker
later became a best-seller.
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A minor fire broke out ywter ywterday
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The fire began around 2 :*5
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the tar roof bed became in inflamed.
flamed. inflamed. The fire was pot un under
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utM miuutM by tbe Gainesville Fire De Department,
partment, Department, but there was a great
deal of smoke due to the burn burning
ing burning ter.
There were no injuries caused
by the Are and very little dam damage,
age, damage, and there should be no
delay in construction, accord
ing to Mr. Charles W Pruitt,
assistant to the Provost at the
Health Center.

Church Program
Slated by SRA
A campaign promoting more
student attendance at church is
being sponsored by the Student
Religious Association and will be begin
gin begin with a Go To Church Sun Sunday
day Sunday program this Sunday, ac according
cording according to SRA president Herb
Harrison, r
Religion and higher education
go hand in hand, Harrison said,
and the SRA is setting aside
this Sunday for church-affiliated
students to invite other students
to attend churches in the Univer University
sity University community."
The SRA is comprised of various
student religious centers on cam campus
pus campus representing the .Jewish faith
and eight Christian denominations.
The Go To Church Sunday
program has been endorsed by
University President J. Wayne
Reitz and Student Government
President Eddie Beardsley, ac according
cording according to Harrison, and all stu students
dents students are urged to participate.

40,000 Alumnae Expected
For Homecoming Weekend

(Continued from Page ONE)
are the main consideration of
Homecoming and for the two
days of Homecoming they will
be taken oh guided tours of the
campus, feted as guests at var various
ious various college coffees, and even
lampooned in several skits.
Returning grads are often
amazed at the growth that the
University has undergone since
they last visited here. With new
buildings being constructed every)
day of the year, it is understand understandable
able understandable that they should be surprised
by the growth at the UF.
Alumnae get a first-hand-view
at the educational changes by vi visiting
siting visiting their respective colleges for
coffee and discussion with the
professors, some of whom they
learned from not long ago.
The Campus takes on the at atmosphere
mosphere atmosphere of a gigantic festival
with the rising of the house decor decorations
ations decorations of the fraternities and sor sororities
orities sororities earlier in the week. De Decoration
coration Decoration at staggering height and
painstaking artistry often receive
nationwide coverage for their un uniqueness.
iqueness. uniqueness.
The fever is fanned on the
Thursday night of Homecomeing
with a gigantic pep-rally spon sponsored
sored sponsored by the cheerleades for the
football team. Classes are dis dismissed
missed dismissed at 12:30 Friday of Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming by order of University
President J. Wayne Reitz.
Satur(toy's Events Varied
Saturday features the coffee
hours, guided tours, law School
breakfasts and the John Marshall
Bar Association skits at 10:15 on
the Law School lawn.
Former editors of the Alligator
and all interested persons will get
together at 8 A.M. in the Blue
Room of the Hub to celebrate the
50th anniversary of the Florida
Infirmary Ready
For Flu Cases
(Continued from Page ONE)
occur and that students will re receive
ceive receive the best possible care dur during
ing during their illness at the Universi University.
ty. University.
The main theme of the letter
was calmness and reassurance.
The letter was sent to all par parents
ents parents whose sons and daughters
are under 20 years of age and
About the outbreak itself, Dr.
Reitz commented that, "Dean
Stanley and his committee have
handled the situation very nicely
and all possible precautions are
being taken. We are not alarm alarmed.
ed. alarmed.
Dean Stanley and his commit committee
tee committee pledged to keep the students
informed about the situation in
order to combat rumors of any
type, especially those relating to
a wide spread epidemic or the
closing of school.

"Sure I enjoy reading the ALLIGATOR. My kid
made arrangements to have it sent to me ! Only
fIUnWWtfH costs $3.00 a year. It keeps me informed about
lii| 1 j'l^Bcampus life and special events. And it makes us
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Alligator. United States Congres Congressman
sman Congressman from Florida Charles E.
Bennett, Alligator editor-in-chief
in 1981-12 will speak on Florida
Alligator BO Tears of a College
All persons are Invited to the
breakfast, the talk by Congress Congressman
man Congressman Bennett and a discussion
period which win follow.
Swimcapades will be held again,
on Friday and Saturday. The Al Alumni-Legislators
umni-Legislators Alumni-Legislators barbeque is set
for Florida Gym at 11:00 Satur Saturday
day Saturday morning.
The climax to the gala week weekend
end weekend is the football tilt between
Floridas Gators and their oppon opponent,
ent, opponent, the Mississippi State Ma Maroons.
roons. Maroons. With up to 50,000 people
packed into Florida stadium, the
Gator football team ventures on onto
to onto the field to defend their pres prestige
tige prestige against the foe, and this is
a central point of the Homecom Homecoming
ing Homecoming weekend.
As the game ends, the alumnae
will begin to trickle out of the
stadium the noise will die and
fraternity parties Saturday night
Will signal the close of Homecom Homecoming,
ing, Homecoming, 1957 style.

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Ice Wafer 'Teas'
Planned Sunday
By Sororities
Pre-rush ice water teas will
be held at all sorority houses on
campus Sunday from 1:80 to I
p.m. Girls interested in formal
sorority rush, which will be held
next weekend, will spend 20 min-!
utes at each house Sunday.
Rushees whose last names be begin
gin begin with 4-L will go to the Alpha
Chi Omega, Delta Gamma, Kap Kappa
pa Kappa Delta, Phi Mu, Chi Omega
and Alpha Epsilon Phi houses
from 1:30 to 8:30.
These same girls will go to the
Alpha Omicron Pi, Alpha Delta
Pi, Delta Delta Delta. Delta Phi
Epsilon, Sigma Kappa and Zeta
Tau Alpha houses from 4 to 6.
Girls with last names beginning
with M-Z will go to the Alpha
Omicron Pi, Alpha Delta Pi, Del Delta
ta Delta Delta Delta, Sigma Kappa, Del Delta
ta Delta Phi Epsioln and Zeta Tau Al Alpha
pha Alpha houses from 1:30 to 3:30 and
to the Alpha Chi Omega, Deiti
Gamma, Phi Mu, Kappa Delta,
Chi Omega and Alpha Epsilon
Phi house from 4 to 6 p.m.

Vandals Dump Die In Florida Pool,
Force Close-Down for Two Days

An unidentified person or
persons Monday night temporari temporarily
ly temporarily disrupted the swimming pro program
gram program at the University by throw throwing
ing throwing two bags of dye into
Florida Pool.
The dye forced closing of the
swimming pool for cleaning and
temporary cancellation of all
swimming activities for two days.
The dye left no aftec-effects,
but it was feared that it might
effect the paint on the walla.
Closing of the pool cancelled ap approximately

Florida Alligator, Friday, Sept. 27, 1957

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proximately approximately sixteen water basket basketball
ball basketball practice sessions for intra intramurals
murals intramurals Tuesday. However, the
schedule of games will be carried
out as originally planned.
This act undoubtedly falls
under the category of malicious
vandalism and should not go
without note, commented Dean
D. K. Stanley of the College of
Physical Education and Health.
A cleaning and renovation of the
pool had just been completed
Monday afternoon.

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Page 4

No More Dead Publication
Florida has had its share of dead publications.
First it was the Seminole. Several ye ars ago that situation was and the
annual returned to regular publication. Then it was the Peel, which has been in
trouble for several eons.

The Peel situation is back to normal,
unbanned and slated for distribution
again this fall.
Now its Peninsula. This magazine, a
publication of the University for several
years, has been lingering on its death deathbed
bed deathbed since its inception in 1953. We won wonder
der wonder if it will ever gain a healthful fu future.
ture. future.
The Peninsula started out as a liter literary
ary literary magazine, designed to give students
with creative ability an outlet for their
talents. It has done nothing but flound flounder
er flounder and flop with no signs for a stable
future. If this publication were not worth the
effort, the Alligator would not take
space to discuss the magazine. But since
Peninsula does provide an outlet for a
type of writing which is sorely needed
on this campus, we feel that once and
for all, Peninsula should either be
placed on a sound financial basis or
bounced out of publication for good.
The main reason this fledging publi publication
cation publication has had hard times is that it re receives
ceives receives no funds from the student fee,
as does the Alligator, Seminole, Orange
Peel and F Book. It is officially recog recognized
nized recognized by the University, but has its own
publications board, and does not come
under the jurisdiction of the regular
Board of Student Publications.
If Peninsula were to receive student
fees, and it would not take a great
amount, it could free itself from financ financial
ial financial woes and get on to the main task
of providing a literary outlet for mem members
bers members of the student body.
As it is now, the only sources of in income
come income for the magazine are ads and
copies sold at 25c apiece. In its half a
dozen issues the past 5 years, only one
publication sold more than a few hun hundred
dred hundred copies.
This was the edition edited by Bob
Park last December, which sold the as astronomical
tronomical astronomical figure of 2,000 copies. Why?
Pecause the Peninsula turned from its
literary bent to a humorous-type edition
which looked more like an Orange Peel
than a Peninsula.
* *
A decision for or against Peninsula
must be reached soon. And we feel we
have the answer. We would recommend
to Student Government and the Board of
Student Publications the following sug suggestions
gestions suggestions :
1) Give the Peninsula an appropria appropriation
tion appropriation from the student fee. 20c a year
might be enough. The exact figure
could be decided upon after looking
over the expenses and income records
of the magazine. We can think of few
organizations more deserving than Pen Peninsula
insula Peninsula to share in the student feel, for it
is one of the few institutions on the
Florida campus which has as its purpose
"the cultural education of the students,
an does not concern itself with frivolties
as many fee-supported organizations do.
2) Move the Peninsula under the
Board of Student Publications. We
would very much like to see the maga magazine
zine magazine remain independent, under its own
Board. Dr. Charles E. Mounts, and Dr.
Denver Baughan have done the best

Get Shots, Lots of Rest and -Avoid Fatigue!

With the outbreak of flu showing
signs of reaching epidemic* proportions,
students are advised to avoid physical
fatigue, get lots of rest, and report to
the Infirmary if signs of sickness de develop.
velop. develop. i
With flu vaccine scheduled to arrive
next week, the outbreak may be held to

The Florida Alligator
Member Associated Collegiate Press
All-American Honor Rating, 1953-57
The FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official student newspaper of the University
of Florida and is published every Tuesday and Friday morning except during
holidays, vacations and examination periods. The FLORIDA AULIGATOR is enMÂ¥-
ed as second class matter at the United States Post Office at Gainesville. Florida.
Offices are located in Rooms 8> 11. and IS in the Florida Union Building basement.
f 1-phonc University of Florida FR Mill, Ext. <155. and request either editorial
office or business office.
:ditor-in-Chief j David Levy
Managing Editor Lee Fennell
Business Manager Chuck Ruffner
Ann Bixler. news editor; Joe Thomas, city editor; Roger Lewis, assistant state
editor; Sally Stewart, assistant news editor; Pat Murphy, features editor; Grace
Hinaon, society editor; Jack Harris, rewrite editor. SPORTS: Ken Sher. sports
editor; Buddy Hayden, intramural editor; Dnke Frye and Fred Ward, photogra photographers;
phers; photographers; Dan Shouse, Peter Bryan. Dave Raney, cartoonists:
Judy Bates. Jean Carver, Don Adama. Dot Gannon. Gloria Brown, Esther Fire Firestone,
stone, Firestone, Gypsy Chavis. John Hamilton. Bob Jerome. Buddy Surkin, Bob Goodman,
Ed Holbrunner, Joe Chapman. Dick Forster, Mike Zier, Janet Moskowits, Barbara
Newman. e
Alex Hameey, asst. bus. mgr. for sales; Frank Gray, asst. bus. mgr. for pro production;
duction; production; Malcolm Bricklln, circulation manager; Martin Steiner, office managers
Ronald Shashy. subscription manager; Susan Statler, national ad mgr; Jack Harrta Harrtal7U
l7U Harrtal7U mgr; Ken Clifford, copy mgr.


they could to guide the magazine since
they founded the publication in 53.
But, Drs. Baughan and Mounts, Stu Student
dent Student Government would probably feel
it necessary to place Peninsula under the
Board of Student Publications if it were
to share in the student fee.
* *
Peninsula must have complete free freedom
dom freedom in the printing of editorial matter.
But first and foremost, it must become
a sound financial operation, and a pub publication
lication publication which can concentrate on print printed
ed printed matter, not making ends meet.
We trust that Student Government,
the Peninsula Board and the soard of
Student Publications will take this mat matter
ter matter under advisement' early in the fu future.
ture. future.
The future of one of the most-needed
type of publications rests in the balance.
Florida has had its share of dead pub publications.
lications. publications. Lets give a new birth to Pe Peninsula
ninsula Peninsula without any more delay.
Vandalism is a practice of which
the University of Florida has had its
share. Pranksters in years past have
committed every conceivable deed, from
raids at the girls dorms to paint jobs of
Leo, the stone mascot of the SAE fra fraternity.
ternity. fraternity.
Thus what happened Monday night
at the Florida Pool seemed to many ob observers
servers observers as no better or no" worse than
these other acts of pranksterism. 2
bags of dye were dumped in the pool
by unknown persons, presumed to be
students of either this University or
from outside the campus.
It was an indication, however, that
these pranksters did not realize the ser seriousness
iousness seriousness of this deed, or that they didnt
particularly care. For not only was the
present paint job on the walls of the
pool nearly ruined, but Dean D. K. Stan Stanley
ley Stanley of the College of Physical Education
and Health reports that practice for
Homecoming Swimcapades, water-bas water-basketball,
ketball, water-basketball, first intramural sport scheduled
to begin next week, and a host of other
activities had to be cancelled while the
pool was drained and cleaned.
Not only were students deprived the
use of the pool for two days, but un unnecessary
necessary unnecessary hardship was forced on these
organizations who had been slated to
use the facilities of the Pool.
Such vandalism can be funny only to
the warped minds of the persons who
find humor in such pranks. Surely such
incidents should not go unnoticed by
student leaders and University officials.
We would suggest that if these prank pranksters
sters pranksters have nothing better to do, that
they find some worthwhile activity to
divert their attention.
Such incidents not only cost the Uni University
versity University time and money, but they bring
statewide discredit on the University of
Florida and reflect on the entire student
body, even though only a very small per percentage
centage percentage of the students may have been

mild proportions as Physical Educa Education
tion Education and Health Dean, D. K. Stanley
But until the situation subsides, stu students
dents students are urged to follow all precau precautions
tions precautions in keeping the flu menace to a
minimum. Obtain your flu shots early,
avoid fatigue and get lots of rest!

Friday, Sapt. 27,1957

PHONE FR 2-9395
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(new management)
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The South hos Two Ways to Turn After Little Rock

(Ed* aole: Dr. Manning J.
Daiuer, professor of political
science and head of the depart department,
ment, department, here presents his views
of the situation in Little Rock,
Arkansas. Dr. Dauer, a former
editor-in-chief of the Florida Al Alligator,
ligator, Alligator, wrote his views at the
request of this newspaper, fie
is an expert cm the federal
structure of the United States
By Manning I. Daoer
Professor of Potttteal Science
The crisis in Little Rock, Ar Arkansas
kansas Arkansas is tragic from several
standpoints. In addition to stir stirring
ring stirring up passions over the criti critical
cal critical question of race relations in

"S, Three and a Half Boys to Every Girl!"
Eisenhower Hit for Using U. S. Troops

Gator Special Editor
q cant imagine any set
of circumstances that would
ever induce me to send feder federal
al federal troops. . into any area
to enforce the orders of a
federal court. .
Dwight D. Eisenhower
to press conference,
July 17, 1967
When thie column was first
conceived, we resolved mentally
to lay off the subject of inte integration.
gration. integration.
After several years of follow following
ing following the activities of the per persistent
sistent persistent Mr. Hawkins and other
Florida state officials concerned
with the problem, we hoped no
occasion would arise which re required
quired required comment.
But when the Florida Timea-
Union devotes an eight-column,
largest type, as they did Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday morning, no newspaper newspaperconscious
conscious newspaperconscious person could let it
This column will not be about
segregation or integration as
such, but rather the subject
matter of those headlines: the
landing of airborne troops in
Little Rock by federal authori authority
ty- authority
Americans everywhere, re regardless
gardless regardless of their stand cm the
racial question, can well be
shocked at the thought of hel helmeted,
meted, helmeted, jump-booted paratroop paratroopers
ers paratroopers taking over an American
The same President whose key
words had been patience and
moderation, who said you
cannot change the hearts of men
overnight, and who had cen centiie

Amherst Prepares for School Crisis

In a recant report issued by
Amherst Colleges Special Alum Alumni
ni Alumni Committee on Admissions,
five proposals were made
whereby the liberal arts col college
lege college may respond to the coming
crisis of the nineteen sixties
without actual expansion. They
are as follows:
1. Reduce the time required
for graduation for gifted stu students.
dents. students. The four-year require requirement
ment requirement is not necessarily the best
for all.
2. Admit gifted students with
advanced credit. Under both
these schemes some students
will spend less than four years
on campus, and thereby free
some spaee for additional stu students.
dents. students.
I. Lengthen the academic

tiie centiie South, K also provides much
ammunition for critics of the
United States in world affairs.
However, it does provide an in instructive
structive instructive example of our federal
system of government. Finally
it raises the issue of the type
of leadership we will support in
the South.
Our federal union, under the
Constitution, vests certain pow powers
ers powers in the Federal Government,
while other powers remain with
the states. The Supreme Court
of the United States is the final
interpreter of what the dividing
line is between the powers of
the Federal Government and
those of the States. The Presi-

sured the Governor of the state
for using troops around the
school amazed millions of loyal
Americans by his sudden at attempt
tempt attempt to se-ttle the whole mat-,
ter overnight.
It seems only to have made
matters worse.
* *
Hate and violence are ugly
anywhere, and the entire situa situation
tion situation in Little Rock has grown
more deplorable with every pas passing
sing passing day. Ordering out the full
force of the U. S. Army is not
the answer. It will settle noth nothing.
ing. nothing.
Just as ugly is the thought of
crack troops ordered against
townspeople over the heads of
of the local police or state mili
tia, and the equally ugly stor stories
ies stories which have resulted: of
bayonets glistening in the
sun, and armored jeeps roaring
through a frightened city with
Negro children inside.
In the face of this harsh pic picture,
ture, picture, the Presidents carefully
worded statments about over overcoming
coming overcoming mob rule to save face
in the world seem somewhat
weak. How about saving the
face of American citizens, of the
law-abiding people of Little
Rock, and the kids who are sup supposed
posed supposed to be learning something
in high school?
A cooling-off period would
have been a far better action
on the part of the federal gov government,
ernment, government, in cooperation with the
local authorities. Closing down
the school for some period
would be more desirable
than the continuing ohaos.
A bitter precedent has been
Further incidents hke the Lit Little
tle Little Rock crisis art unthink-

year to make better use of phy physical
sical physical facilities -which are now
idle for part of the year,
4. Train more sec o n d ar y
teachers. The small liberal arts
colleges once provided a large
number of such teachers and
steps could be taken to increase
the number being trained
5. Provide a center where
teachers in the field could
come for summer refresher
The Women's Student League
on the campus of Colby College
has adopted a new simplified
demerit system. By this revis revised
ed revised system, offenses, which pre previously
viously previously have been treated sing singularly,
ularly, singularly, are now put on a cumu cumulative
lative cumulative basis.
In this system, the women
will have much more leeway re regarding
garding regarding petty offenses, since no
action can now be taken against
them until they have been fined
ten demerits. The Womens Lea League
gue League felt that campusing was
beginning to lose its effective effectiveness.
ness. effectiveness. The revised demerit
system will give a more posi positive
tive positive attitude towards penalties,
and an opportunity for indivi individual
dual individual improvement.
Furthermore, the repeated
offenders of dormitory regula regulations
tions regulations will now appear before
interdorm council when they
have accumulated ten demer demerits,
its, demerits, while girls who have for forgotten
gotten forgotten only two or three mi minor
nor minor regulations will be more
fairly treated.
This system will allow the
dorm councils to function as
house governing bodies instead
of as penalty courts. The entire
system, it was emphasized here,
is an adult approach to the
violations which occur most
frequently and is an equitable
system for college women.

dent is then sworn to enforce
the Constitution and the laws
as enacted by Congress and in interpreted
terpreted interpreted by the Supreme Court
of the United States.
There have been a number
of attempts to argue a different
relationship than that stated
above as to the powers of the
Federal Government and the
powers of the States. In 1798 the
Virginia and Kentucky Resolu Resolutions
tions Resolutions sought to challenge cer certain
tain certain Federal legislation. In the
1830s the doctrine of nullifica nullification
tion nullification was by John C.
Calhoun and proclaimed by the
legislature of South Carolina.

able. The Southern Governors
should take advantage of this
occasion to confer with Pre President
sident President Eisehower, with Florida's
Leoy Collinsthe new chair chairma
man chairma taking the lead.
Please, gentlemen, no more
Little Rocks.
ON THE CAMPUS, too often
we find individuals going unre unrecognized
cognized unrecognized for their achieve achievements,
ments, achievements, work, or position.
From time to time, we hope
to give these people a much muchdeserved
deserved muchdeserved spotlight for a mo moment.
ment. moment.
Such a man is the Infirmarys
Director, Dr. Robert Vadheim.
In his three years here, Dr.
Vadheim has done much to earn
the admiration of the students.
He completely modernizedand
what is more important hu-
manized humanized the Infirmary.
Now at the outset of his
fourth year, Dr. Vadheim has
faced up to a tremendous health
problem in a magnificent
In addition to his normal
load of patients and the many
details of the opening of school,
he suddenly found himself
caught by a wholesale flu
sickness of the football team
and then the entire campus.
He and his staff have done
an excellent job of hasty ac action
tion action against the near-epidemic
proportions of the virus.
Not content to let the dis disease
ease disease run its course, Dr. Vad Vadheim
heim Vadheim has been seen every everywhere,
where, everywhere, even giving up his nights
to minister to whole frater fraternity
nity fraternity houses.
For the students who caught
it, and for those who didnt
thanks, Dr. Vadheim.

Last spring the Wesleyan
University faculty voted to ac accept
cept accept a radical reorganization of
the system of faculty commit committees.
tees. committees. The plan, which will be ef effective
fective effective at the beginning of the
present academic year, 1957-58,
was enacted upon a recommen recommendation
dation recommendation made by the Education Educational
al Educational Policy Committee.
The general purpose is to eli eliminate
minate eliminate the large number of se separate
parate separate committees in favor of
greater unification of adminis administrative
trative administrative ability an responsibili responsibility
ty responsibility plus faculty policy making.
There are- three principal
standing committees provided
for in the revision: the Ad Advisory
visory Advisory Committee of the fa faculty,
culty, faculty, and the Educational Po Policy
licy Policy Committee.
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President Andrew Jackson
stated clearly at this time: The
laws of the United States must
be executed, I have no discre discretionary
tionary discretionary power on the subject:
my duty is emphatically pro pronounced
nounced pronounced in the constitution.
Those who told you that you
might peaceably prevent their
execution, deceived you; they
could not have been deceived
themselves. They know that a
forcible opposition could alone
prevent the execution of the
laws, and they know that such
opposition must be repelled.
After the nullification question
secession was one of the next
attempts and on this President
Lincoln took the same stand as
had Jackson. More recently, in
the present argument the doc doctrine
trine doctrine of interposition has been
argued. But essentially the form
which it takes by many of its
advocates is the same as nulli nullification.
fication. nullification. This was the doctrine
on which Governor Faubus of
Arkansas sought to act when
he interposed the National Guard
between the Federal Court de decree
cree decree and the Little Rock High
School. Moreover, President Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower attempted clearly to
avoid the use of troops but when
a breakdown of law and order
was all too clear he ordered
the use of troops.
If the Governor of Arkansas
had acted as did the Tennessee
authorities in Clinton a year
ago and in Nashville this year
certainly such a situation would
never have arisen. It should al albe
be albe noted that the plan for in integration
tegration integration in Little Rock was one
which the local school board
had approved and on which care careful
ful careful preparation had been made
by local authorities other than
the Governor.
Essentially wTiat the South is
now faced with is a choice of
leadership. The Supreme Court
of the United States has not

'lntangible Spirit 7
Builds a University

Former Alligator Editor
Now that the males of the
class of 1961 have had their
egos sufficiently built up through
that hectic four-day period
known as Rush Week, it would
be right fine if the fraternities
would now put Joe Freshman
back into his place the Fresh Freshman
man Freshman class. ;
of freshmen ||Mj||v
temiUes be- BAYLESS
lieve in this,
I would also like to see a few
more folks say Hello on the
campus. Just because the Cen Century
tury Century Tower tries to monopolize
the noise on campus between
classes, this does not infer that
to speak and break the music
strains would be heretical.
In fact, the boast that the
University of Florida, while one
of the largest in the nation and
largest in the -Southeast, is still
a friendly school will go down
the drain if responsible student
leaders do not promote the
University of Florida traditions
that have come to make this
school great in more than just
an academic sense.
And I am a believer that a
University, while primarily an
academic institution, has the
potential citizen leaders when
their thinking is most forma formative.
tive. formative. and for these students to
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decreed immediate full acale
integration everywhere. But it
has insisted on a policy of gra gradualism
dualism gradualism in which some progress
on integration will be made. If
the Southern leadership which
is followed turns out to be that of
Governor Faubus and the all allout
out allout oppositionists then it could
be that the use of Federal
troops as in Reconstruction
might result. I think that, in
most of the South, the choice
will be for moderation along
the pattern of leadership of Gov Governor
ernor Governor Clement of Tennessee,
Governor Hodges of North Car Carolina,
olina, Carolina, and the statements of
Governor Leoy Collins of Flor Florida.
ida. Florida.
The majority of the South will,
I believe, take a second look
when it sees the consequences
of a breakdown of \ law and or order
der order as has happened in Little
Rock. The passions unleashed
there present a tragic spectacle
which I do not think we wish
to see repeated. Certainly not
in this state.
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M. J. DAUER. .
, . analysis Little Rock

develop other interests and at attitudes
titudes attitudes is sometimes as much
a contribution to that student'*
existence as his studies.
This includes keeping the Flor Florida
ida Florida spirit Where it was, and
that means the present student
body has a big job ahead of it.
Even when the University of
Florida was losing seven and
eight games, its student body
ranked with Auburn as having
the finest spirit of Southeastern
Conference schools. u
That old intangible factor of
spirit can make the student'*
stay at the University his fond fondest
est fondest memory in a lifetime.
The absence of it can make
the stay here seem less than
worthwhile, all other things be being
ing being equal.
This coming week, I sun told,
is the week the coeds ego isl
uplifted by their sorority rush.
And we hope the sisters will
still consider their new pledges
freshmen so that the campu*
still has some of that eager,
fresh innocence so inherent in
the Freshman Class.
ROTC and AFROTC freshman
students will wear their Rat
Caps at Thursday drill, I am
told, and I think thats fine.
When a student protests to
being a Freshman, then I think
he should change schools.
Its not only a privilege to be
a student here, but each fresh freshman
man freshman should certainly take pride
in being a Freshman. You ean
be lUC forever, but only a
Freshman once. _____________
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Florida Alligator, Friday, Sept. 27, 1957

Deacons Mentor
ISpSjp! Seeks Replacement
For Barnes
Alligator Sports Editor
Replacing an All-American is a tough job. If you dont believe
it, just ask Wake Forest Head Coach Paul Amen.
Amen, voted the Atlantic Coast Conferences Coach of the Year
in his rookie season last year, is trying to find a replacement for
fullback Bill Barnes, who made several All-America elevens in 1956-
Fans throughout the nation remember Barnes brilliant perform performance
ance performance against the worlds champion New York Giants of the National
Professional Football League in the All-Star Game at Chicago last
month. The big fullback was the hero for the defeated collegians In
that game.
Two sophomores have been fighting it out for the starting full fullback
back fullback slot, left vacant by Barnes graduation. They are Neal Mc-
Lean, 195-pound ex-serviceman, and Pete Manning, 200 pounds of
speed and power.
Replacing Barnes is not the only problem confronting Amen.
Charlie Carpenter, last years number one quarterback in Amens
Army T-formatkm offense, ruptured a spinal disc and will be out of
uniform for the entire season.
To replace Carpenter, the Deacons' mentor has shifted Jim
Dalyrimpie, a starter at left half in 1956, to the signal calling slot.
Backing up Dalyrimpie will be two sophomores, Charles (Preacher)
Parker and Bruce Nunnaly.
In all, other than in the two positions already mentioned, the
veakest spot in the Deacons' armor will be on the bench. The start starting
ing starting line Is made up entirely of veterans, but the reserves are mainly
inexperienced sophomores.
The red-hot battle for the center slot on Coach Bob Woodruffs
Orange, or starting, team has finally reached its conclusion. At
least fdr the time being, senior Joel Wahlberg has gained that po position
sition position over juniors Gene Graves and Joe Hergert.
Throughout Spring practice and well into the final weeks of
preparation for the seasons opener, the three alternated on the Or Orange,
ange, Orange, Blue, and Red units. Wahlberg drew the starting assignment
in last Saturdays scrimmage, and his outstanding performance won
him the starting nod. r
Wahlberg played in the shadows of Steve DeLa DeLatofre
tofre DeLatofre and Gerte Purcell as a sophomore, then serv served
ed served behind Bill Bolton and Graves in 1956. He now
shows signs of coming into his own. The big Tex Texan,
an, Texan, who stands ,six feet, three inches tall and
weighs 21S pounds, is a top notch linebacker, cov- jjk
ers punts well, and is extremely quick on his feet JH
for a nmn of his size. Jm
Hergert, who lettered as a sophomore fullback |
last year, and Graves, plagued by a weak leg. now
are competing for the centers berth on the
or second unit. Graves, with game experience at
center, seems to have the edge.
Tomorrow's game with Wake Forest figures to be tough to
predict, since neither team.has been tested in actual competition
this year. From all estimates of comparative strength, however, it
seems the Gators have too much depth for the Demon Deacons.
I dont like to go out on a limb and venture a guess as to the :
final score, but, it looks like It will be FLORIDA 27, WAKE FOR FOREST.
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Gators Take on Deacons Tomorrow
In 1957 Season's Opening Game

Page 5

(Continued from Page ONE)
Newbem and Booker, the Blue
team halfbacks, are both juniors
seeing some game action in 1956. j

Football Prognosticators Concur:
Florida To Defeat Wake Forest
EDITORS NOTE: Stu Blum berg, Alligator football expert,
attempts a comeback after bowing to guest prognosticator Steve
Traiman last week. His opponent today is Dick McGinnis, chief
student assistant to Jimmy Gay, the Universitys Sports Publicity
Director. McGinnis has worked with Gay and Sports Publicity since
1955, playing an important role in the fine coverage of the activities
of the Fightin Gator eleven.
Last Week Season
STU BLUMBERG *... 12 8 4 .667 12 8 4 .667
OPPONENTS 12 8 .750 12 9 8 .750

Guest Forecaster
' f-
Sometimes you get too close to
see the faults of a football team,
as the case might be with me. But
no matter how objectively I look
at the Gators chances, I cant
see anything but a win this Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday.
The Gators wont show future
opponents acouts too much, but
they will reveal enough to spoil
the Demon Deacons seasons op opener.
ener. opener. If ever ahead by two TD3
expect the bench to get a chance
to play. I feel Florida will end
up on top, 27-6.
Now for a spin around the foot
ball nation.
Tennessee over Auburn Vola
at home Lorino just one man.
Baylor over Houston Cou Cougars
gars Cougars heads too big after Miami
upset. .
Florida State over Boston Col College
lege College Navy gave us a tip. .
Duke over Virginia Will fol follow
low follow the card spread ..
Georgia Tech over Southern Me Methosist
thosist Methosist Sophs play like sen seniors.
iors. seniors. .
Vanderbilt over Georgia Tie
was a taste, but a win is better. .
UCLA over Illinois Game of
the Day (Friday Game). .
Kentucky over Mississippi
Visitors never welcome in Lexing Lexington.
ton. Lexington. .
Michigan over U. S. C. Big
10 just too big.
Pittsburgh over OregonPan OregonPanthers
thers OregonPanthers to bounce back after Soon Sooners
ers Sooners have romped ..
Notre Dame over Purdue The
Green returns to the limelight. .
Ohio State over Texas Christian
Buckeyes like to win the open opener.
er. opener. . i
Princeton over Rutgers Ti Tigers
gers Tigers best in Ivy League. .
Oregon State over KansasPCC
champs can t afford to lose. .
North Carolina State over Mary Maryland
land Maryland Close, but another upfcet is
in the cards. .

i Both are very quick, and will
| present serious breakaway
I threats.
Culpepper, another sophomore,

Gator Football Expert
My crystal ball, although a little
clouded by millions of influenza
germs, is still in working order,
even though I had' my doubts
after last weeks games. Look Looking,
ing, Looking, into it, I see the Gators
first opponent. Wake Forest, will
sorely miss Bill Barnes at the
fullback slot.
Without Barnes, the Demon
Deacons shouldnt be too tough
for the Gators to handle, This
could easily turn into a rout. Still
Ill be conservative and pick the
Orange and Blue over Wake For Forest,
est, Forest, 20-7.
Now for the rest of the weeks
schedule. .
Tennessee over Auburn Flor Florida-bred
ida-bred Florida-bred boys too much for Ti Tigers.
gers. Tigers. .
Baylor "over Houston Bears
not as confident as last week. .
Florida State over Boston Col College
lege College Nugents Seminoles too
strong. .
Duke over Virginia Class erf
the ACC. .
Georgia Tech over Southern
Methodist Confident, polished
sophomores. .
Vanderbilt over GeorgiaWatch
out for King on a dry field. .
UCLA over Illinois lllini miss
Woodson. .
Mississippi over Kentucky
Wildcats not yet recovered from
encounter with the Ramblin
Wreck. .
Michigan over U. S. C. Big
10 has Coasts number.
Pittsburgh over OregonPan OregonPanthers
thers OregonPanthers on the rebound. .
Notre Dame over Purduelrish
up for this one. .
Ohio State over Texas Chris Christian
tian Christian Homed Frogs out of their
class. .
Princeton over Rutgers Ti Tigers
gers Tigers in a romp. ;
Oregon State over Kansas Best
team on the Coast.
Maryland over North Carolina
State Tatum couldnt, but
Mounts can. .

II wrestled the number two fullback
position away from junior letter-
Iraan Charlie Roberts. He too, has
|no game experience, and Wood Wood
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ruff will bo cloooiy watching his
performance tomorrow.
The Gator forward wall will be
anchored by Captain Charlie Mi Mitchell
tchell Mitchell at right tackle. Mitchell, a
pre-eeason all-BEC pick, will be
aided by junior Vel Heckman at
the other tackle slot.
Starting at guard will be two
senior*, Hans Johnson and How Howall
all Howall Bcmey, Boney, the shortest
man cm the squad, makes up for
his lack of size with drive and
If the Gators receive the open-,
mg kickoff, Joel Wahl berg will
start at the center position. The
senior letterman gained the start starting
ing starting nod over juniors Gen* Graves
and Joe Hergert.
If the Florida team kicks off,
however, Hergert may be in the
opening lineup to do the kicking.
Last year, as a sophomore, Her Hergert
gert Hergert specialized In kickoffs for the
Blue team.
At end, Dan Pelham will bold
down his regular poet, while the
other spot will be filled by Flem Fleming,
ing, Fleming, if he is able to see action,
or ICdgington.

Tomorrow's Lineups
82 Ralph Brewster US Dan Bdginto*
75 Frank Thompson LT T 2 Vel Heckman
54 Huey Lewi* LG 55 Howell Boney
53 Eddie Moore C SO Joel Wahlberg
57 gam Butler RG 52 Hans Johnson
74 George Johnson RT 75 Charlie Mitchell
89 John Nimik RE 88 Dan Pelham
11 Jim D&lyrimpla QB 14 Jimmy Dunn
41 Georgs ParshaU LH 15 Jim Rountree
22 Bill Ptgram RH 17 Bemis Parrish
31 Neal McLean FB 41 Ed Sears

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* The football frenzy is upon us. But let us in the midst
of this pandemonium call time. Let Sus pause for a moment
of tranquil reflection. What is this great American game
called football? What is its history? Its origins?
\ 1 yjfy .!
i pustfra moment of tanouil teflecfioa
First of all, to call football an is some somewhat
what somewhat misleading. True, the game is now/played almost
exclusively in America, but it comes to us from a land
far away and a civilization long dead.
Football was first played in ancient Rome. Introduced
by Julius Caesar, it became one of the most popular
Roman sports by the time of Neros reign. The eminent
historian, Sigafoos, reports a crowd of MMCLDDXVIII
people at the Colosseum one Saturday afternoon to see
the Christians play the Lions.
With the decline of the Roman empire, football fell
into disuse. The barbaric Huns and Visigoths preferred
canasta. Not until the fifteenth century A. D. did foot football
ball football emerge from its twilight and rise to its rightful place
in the firmament of European sports.
Which brings us to September 29, 1442, a date dear to
the hearts of all football fans. It was on this date, accord according
ing according to the eminent historian Sigafoos, that a sixteen-year sixteen-yearold
old sixteen-yearold lad named Christopher Columbus tried out for the
football team at Genoa Tech. He failed to make the team
because he was too light. (He weighed at the time only
. twelve pounds.)
And why, you ask, is this dateSeptember 29,1442
so dear to the hearts of all football fans? Because young
Columbus was so heartbroken at not making the team
that he ran away to sea. And if that hadnt happened,
he never would have discovered America. And if Columbus
hadnt discovered America, the world would never have
discovered tobacco. And if the world hadnt discovered
tobacco, football fans never would have discovered
Marlborowhich, as every fan knows, is the perfect cOm-
C'on to football. And why shouldnt it be? Look what
lboros got... Filter ... Flavor ... Flip-top Box ...
You cant buy a better smoke. You cant smoke a better
The end of football in Europe came with the notorious
Black Sox Scandal of 1587, in which Ed Machiavelli,
one of the Pisa mob, paid off the University of Heidelberg
Sabres to throw the championship game to the Chartres
A. and M. Gophers. It was a mortal blow to football on
the continent.
But the game took hold in the American colonies and
thrived as it had never thrived before. "Which brings us
to another date that remains evergreen in the hearts of
football lovers: December 16, 1773.
On that date a British packet loaded with tea sailed
into Boston harbor. The colonies had long been smarting
under the English kings tax on tea. Taxation without
representation, they called it, and feelings ran high.
When on December 16, 1773, the British ship docked
at Boston, a semi-pro football team called the Nonpareil
Tigers, coached by Samuel (Swifty) Adams, was scrim scrimmaging
maging scrimmaging near the harbor. Come, bids, cried Swifty, see seeing
ing seeing the ship. Lets dump the tea in the ocean J
With many a laugh and cheer the Nonpareil Tigers
followed Swifty aboard and proceeded to dump the
cargo overboard in a wild, disorganized and abandoned
manner. Here now! called Swifty sharply. Thats no
way to dump tea overboard. Lets get into some kind
of formation.
And that, fans, is bow the tea formation was born.
C Mu Shulman. 1957
Double your pleasure mt next Saturdays game by taking
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Ray Rom, nil Delta Theta stalwart, scores In last years
Orange league water basketball semi-finals, as Jerry Oglesby of
Kappa Sigma looks on. The Phi Delta won the contest but bowed
in the finals as Tau Epsilon Phi captured Its fourth straight crown
at the Blues expense.
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j m jcJ* Pledges Here
Jjj 't Greeks Cheer
Murals Near
Intramurals Editor
It wont be long now till the water in the Florida Pool chums,
enthusiastic fraternity men cheer, and the raucous bellowing of au automobile
tomobile automobile horns blanket the campus every day. You guessed it ln lntramurals
tramurals lntramurals start Monday.

Although D-Day is not upon ua
yet, murmurings of the big event
have been with us for some time.
In the midst of fraternity .'ush,
room 229 of the Florida Gym,
better known as the home of Flor Florida
ida Florida Intramurals, has been bust
ling with activity known only in
a Washington conference room.
The hub-bub of excitement is
brought about by the men and
women who are pointing up to
the big day. The mural army has
been working hard the last rev/
weeks and its a sure bet that
they will be ready. Will the
A look around the fraternity
houses will give more evidence
to the coming event. Many men
who have been swimming all sum summer
mer summer have been heading to Camp
Wauburg and .the nearby lakes to
get in top physical shape for the
water basketball opener Monday.
Being one of the roughest sports
on the calendar, it is necessary
that all participants be in their
best physical condition.
Then there is always the orange
topped freshman who observes,
Intramurals -re starting. So
what? Gimme the old Gators any- 1
day. Without taking away any
of the luster of the Gators we
can safely say just wait and see,
All Florida turns to the Gators
on Saturday afternoon, but dur-

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ing the week attention turns to
Intramurals, where the competi competitors
tors competitors might lack the polish of var varsity
sity varsity athletes, but make up for
it with spirit.
Dont be surprised when the
victory motorcade sirens the cam campus
pus campus late in the day. Dont be
surprised when you might be
among those drawn in by the lus lusty
ty lusty crowds. -Dont be surprised
when you find yourself yelling
your head off for a buddy in ac action,
tion, action, for its normal around here.
Murals are more than \ just re recreation.
creation. recreation.
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Interested in joining a club? Or
maybe youre interested in form forming
ing forming a new one. Take a look at
the many clubs offered sports sportswise
wise sportswise and maybe theres one for
For instance there are weight
lifting, water skiing, fencing, fish fishing,
ing, fishing, gymnastics, modern dance,
soccor, swimming, and riding
clubs active right now. Judo, ar archery,
chery, archery, square dancing, and many
more have been formed and are
just waiting for members.
The recently formed sports car
club has been going full blast for
the last few years. Its bright
orange and blue jackets can be
seen any wintery morning on the
campus. If there isnt one that you
like form it. Just contact the In Intramural
tramural Intramural office.

Vandalism, Flu Set Back Greeks

BULLETIN: It was announced late yesterday afternoon that water
basketball, this years fraternity leagues first sport, has been pos'
poned one week to Monday, October 7.
Because the gym is being used to house patients down with tii
flu. University officials felt that the sport should be postponed t>
tiie later date.
The rooms with patients in them all face the Florida pool an
it was felt that the exuberenee of spirit shown at Intramural
matches would be a hinderance to the patients as well as the nurse'
on duty there.

Water basketball, first sport on the Intramural calendar, is stiH
making a desperate attempt to start Monday despite vandalism of
the Florida pool, and a near epidemic of infleunza.

Sometime Monday night vandals
threw two color bombs into the
pool causing the entire pool to
turn grewi. The bombs, the type
used in air-sea rescue were taken
from the pool Tuesday morning.
Dean Stanley of the College of
Physical Education and Health
called in the Chemistry depart department
ment department to analyze the discoloration.
The department reported that al although
though although the dye was not harmful
it would cause discoloration of
the skin.
For that reason the pool had to
be drained, and was not available
for use on Tuesday. Due to the
great effort put forth by the In Intramural
tramural Intramural Department and the Of Office
fice Office of Plants and Grounds the
pool was ready for use for water

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basketball practice Wednesday
Influenza, not up to epidemic
proportions, is plaguing fraterni fraternities
ties fraternities in both leagues as the water
basketball opened looms near.
Many teams, hurt by graduation
Fraternity League
September 80 -Water Basketball
October 8 Shuffleboard
October 28 Track
November 4 Flag Football
November 18 Table Tennis
December 2 Tennis
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October 28 Track
November 4 Volleyball
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the infirmary, therefore having
> one to teach new pledges the
icks of the game.
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have the flu now so we dont
have much to worry about. It only
lasts two or three days and they
will be o.k. by Monday.