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Volume 50, Number 31

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Warm WeatherAnd a Class Takes to the 'Great Outdoors'
The first signs of spring have again brought forth outdoor drawing classes on the multi-sidewalked Plaza of the Americas. The
Plaaa provides a suitable setting for much outdoor work. This is the first time this semester students of Dr. Hodges AE 102 class
have been able to practice perspective drawing. (Gator Photo by Warriner.)

New Features
Set For March
Engineers Fair
By BRUCE DONLAN
Gator Staff Writer
New attractions added to the
forthcoming Engineering Fair,
March 7-9, wi-li be presented
by the College of Pharmacy and
the Department of Physics, said
Ray Royce, fair chairman.
The College of Pharmacy will
display several exhibits as they
have in the past. This year will
include exhibits of new cosme cosmetic
tic cosmetic products tests of crude drugs,
distillation of water, and tests of
reaction time, stated Royce.
President J, Wayne Reitz heads
the list of four judges who will
be present, others are: G. H.
Sears, regional director of public
relations for the Union Carbide
& Chemical Company, Charleston,
S.C.; J. W. Keck, director with
the Florida Power and Light Co.,
Miami; and James A. Brewer, di director
rector director with the State Road De Department,
partment, Department, Lake City, said Bill
Harrell, chairman of Judges Com Committee.
mittee. Committee.
Judges will pass only on stu student
dent student exhibits. Their decisions will
be based on four points: student
effort and time, originality, pub public
lic public appeal, and presentation, stat stated
ed stated Royce.
The fair will be covered by
at least two local radio stations
on the afternoons of March 7 and
8, said William McGinely, radio-
TV publicity chairman.
The 'Statistics Laboratory, said
Royce, will exhibit an electron electronic
ic electronic brain which is technically call called
ed called a digital computer.
The Jacksonville Corps of En Engineers
gineers Engineers in conjunction with the
Florida Flood Control Department
will display a 60 foot lineal
map showing the layout of the
states canals, rivers, lakes,
and other important geological
features said Royce.
Request For Audit
Os Athletic Funds
Meets Silence
With no apparent reason Percy
Beard, Athletic Department Bus Business
iness Business Manager, has refused to
supply the Secretary Treas Treasurer
urer Treasurer of the student body with
a copy of the associations last
audit.
Bob Shaffer, Student Body Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Treasurer, said that the
request was made as part of a
review of the student activity fee.
Student Government is review reviewing
ing reviewing all organizations receiving
money from this fee; the Athletic
Department receives $9.
A copy of an old audit was
supplied to the Secretary-Treas Secretary-Treasurer
urer Secretary-Treasurer last year. However, a re recent
cent recent audit is needed to compare
with the old in order to deter determine
mine determine the Departments present
need.
The refusal has temporarily de delayed
layed delayed the review. Shaffer said
that he knew of no immediate
answer to the situation.
UF Gridders
Plead 'Fifth'
couple of football players
found their way to the Alliga Alligator
tor Alligator office Sunday night. A news
hungry staff writer probed the
hoys for information.
Is it true that you players
get extra gifts in violation of
rules?
One of the players promptly
answered, Oh, were not al allowed
lowed allowed to tell.

m FLORIDA ALLIGATOR

'University' Forms, Backs Graham;
Liberty Party Running Tom Biggs

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'We're Stable'
Says Chairman
For 'Liberty'
By ROGER LEWIS
Gator State Editor
The Liberty Party is apparent apparently
ly apparently fairly stable at present and ex expects
pects expects no foreseeable major
shifts of fraternity blocs, accord according
ing according to Bob Hendry, Delta Tau
Delta newly chosen party chair chairman.
man. chairman.
We are satisfied with our posi position
tion position in all respects. I see no de decrease
crease decrease in strength right now, and
there are several groups who are
seeking entrance into our par party,
ty, party, said Hendry.
Hendry stated that at present
his party is around 400 bloc votes
ahead and expects to pick up in independent
dependent independent votes in the election.
He stressed the fact that his
party is currently backing an in independent
dependent independent candidate, Tom Biggs,
for president of the Student Body,
and that he feels this will aid
the party in picking up many
independent votes.
No Date Set
There has, as yet, been no date
set for the party nominating con convention
vention convention where the candidates will
officially be chosen for the slate.
At the convention, a party plat platform
form platform will also be formulated so
that the voters will be able- to
judge some of the various aims
of the candidates in the party.
Hendry commented that the
campaign will begin in earnest
after the convention when the full
siate is worked out, and poop
will be distributed.
In commenting on the consti constitutional
tutional constitutional limitations upon posting
of poop on the campus, he said,
I believe that there are advan advantages
tages advantages and disadvantges to both
systems. Generally, however, I
favor an open poop distribution
system because of the present
lack of interest in student govern government
ment government politics.
'Also, I think that the open
campaign would be beneficial to
our candidates, he continued. The
present arrangement limits post posted
ed posted poop to specifically designat designated
ed designated poop boards located on the
campus. Previously anything
standing was fair game for poli politicians.
ticians. politicians.
Asked about expected turnout
at the polls, Hendry commented
that he presently foresaw an in increase
crease increase in voters but it was act actually
ually actually too early to predict this
with certainty.
Chamber Music
Concert Set
Tomorrow Night
A concert of chamber music
will be presented by the Uni University
versity University Department of Music
tomorrow night at 8 oclock in
the Medical! Center Auditor*
ium.
The concert is one of the Fa Faculty
culty Faculty Concert Series presenta presentations
tions presentations and will feature student
and faculty musicians from the
Department of Music.
Selections on the program will
include Mozarts Quartet in D
Minor; ("Three Brothers, by
Michael Colgras; Three Danc Dancers
ers Dancers for Three Players, by Jack
McKenzie; Divertimento for
Flute, Oboe, and Clarinet, by
Malcolm Arnold; and Suite,
Opus 57, by Charles Lefebre.
The program is under the di direction
rection direction of James Hale.

University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, Tuesday, February 25, 1958

500-Vote Lag
In Greek Bloc
Says 'U' Head
r
j\ By 808 BENETT
'l Assistant News Editor
Honor Court Chancellor Bob
Graham is definitely the Univer University
sity University Partys candidate for student
body president.
Jim Martin, Pi Kappa Alpha,
University Party chairman, told
the Alligator Monday morning
that except for Graham, the rest
of the slate has not yet been
chosen.
Martin said the Liberty Party
has a 500 block edge, but there
is a strong possibility that we
might gain strength as the cam campaign
paign campaign progresses.
Martin admitted that the Uni University
versity University Party expects to get most
of its independent backing from
the dorms, and said that well wellqualified
qualified wellqualified independents will be
on the slate.
The University Party Chair Chairman
man Chairman said he hopes that existing
widespread distribution of cam campaign
paign campaign information would help sti stimulate
mulate stimulate more student interest in
the elections.
The University Party, said
Martin, is composed of about
one-third of the fraternities and
one-half of the sororities on cam campus,
pus, campus, We think every element of
the campus should be represented
within our political group, and
urge every interested independent
student to help us make the Uni University
versity University Party the only truly re representative
presentative representative group on campus.
Martin urged interested stu students
dents students to call him at FR-2-9437,
and he said they would be con contacted
tacted contacted by a party represen representative.
tative. representative.
The platform has not yet been
formulated, but will be written
shortly after the slate of candi candidates
dates candidates has been selected.
Martin added that the slogan of
the University Party is Student
Government For All Students.

UF Enrollment Decreases

The final tabulation of students
registered for this semester at the
University show 10,265 enrolled,
according to figures released
from the Registrars office.
The ratio of males to females
shows no improvement, however,
with the men outnumbering the
girls approximately 3.2 to 1. This
has been the exact ratio for the
past three semesters.
The final total of students re-

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Agriculture 375 16 301
Architecture it Fine Art* 374 47 331
Arts & Sciences 842 378 1120
Business Administration 551 yy 58g
Educatto 512 638 WO
Engineering 354 10 964
Forestry 17 B7
Journalism 155 35 181
Medicine 89 6 95
Nursing 11 11
Pharmacy 140 11 151
Physical Education 49 so 69
University Colleg 8751 1331 5082
Total ** 7831 3434 10966

By JOE THOMAS
Gator City Editor
Both the University and Liber Liberty
ty Liberty campus political parties have
solidified considerably in the past
week since last Tuesdays selec selection
tion selection of presidential candidates.
A student body presidential
race in elections April 1, seems
to be shaping around Bob Gra Graham
ham Graham and Tom Biggs.
Bob Hendry, newly appointed
Liberty Party chairman, said
that his group would maintain
practically the same coalition to
back Biggs, past Gator Growl
chairman from Georgetown, Flo Florida,
rida, Florida, as was previously organiz organized
ed organized behind Bob Graham.
The Liberty Party was official officially
ly officially formed and named at a poli political
tical political meeting Wednesday, Feb. 12,
for the express purpose of run running
ning running Graham, present Honor Court
Chancellor from Miami, for the
presidency, party leaders announ announced
ced announced at that time.
In the meantime, the oppo opposition
sition opposition party still remained unnam unnamed,
ed, unnamed, unorganized and without a can candidate
didate candidate for the number-one Student
Government post.
Last Tuesday morning, after a
series of all-night meetings, the
political scene underwent a swift,
radical change when the Liberty
faction announced it had shifted
its support to Biggs; and a spokes spokesman
man spokesman for the campuss second par party
ty party claimed that his semi-organiz semi-organized
ed semi-organized group was now backing Gra Graham
ham Graham for president.
Confusion Clean
Although only four fraternities
switched groups during the slate
change, the campus political sit situation
uation situation was left in a general state
of confusion until both parties
held their official meetings Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday night.
The University Party, contain containing
ing containing most of the fraternities which
have been associated with the
group for the past three years, de decided
cided decided to retain the traditional
name and announced J im Mar Martin
tin Martin a junior from Wyandotte,
Michigan, as their chairman.
Martin told the Alligator Sun Sunday
day Sunday night that Graham was de definitely
finitely definitely committed to his party
and explained that the conflict conflicting
ing conflicting statements which appeared in
the last edition of the paper were
due to an error in communica communication.
tion. communication.
An article in Fridays Alligator
quoted Graham as being undecid undecided
ed undecided concerning his political situa situation
tion situation and in the same story Mar Mar(Continued
(Continued Mar(Continued on Page THREE)

MALE, COED RATIO 3.2 TO I

gistered shows an increase of al almost
most almost 1,000 students from sec second
ond second semester last year and
matches enrollment figures for
first semester last year. First se semester
mester semester figures for this year were
at the 11,000 mark.
Upper and lower division stu students
dents students are approximately equal this
semester with 5,063 in lower di division
vision division to 5,183 in upper divisions.
Arts and Sciences remains the

Ah, Warmth...

Spring is neariy here, ac according
cording according to the latest advance
weather report from the WRUF
wires of Associated Press.
The five-day forecast yester yesterday
day yesterday said temperature for this
week will be just below the
20-year norm for the period.
Daytime temperature for the
weeks predicted slighly below
72 degrees high and 50 degrees
nighttime low.
Some rain is predicted before j
the end of the week, but no j
heavy outbursts, says the AP.

UNTIL FRIDAY AT 3

Speakers Entry Extended

The deadline for applicataion
3 p.m. Friday, according to John
In extending the deadline, Pri Price
ce Price said that while many fine
speakers had applied, some open openings
ings openings still remained due to the
unusual number of speaking en engagements
gagements engagements scheduled this year
and the expected few who find
at the last minute they cannot
attend due to sickness or other
reasons. Nearly 160 speaking en engagements
gagements engagements have been scheduled
this year, which is twice the num number
ber number of last years Speakers Bur Bureau,
eau, Bureau, Price added.
A three-man Florida Blue Key
committee will interview all ap applicants
plicants applicants this week. Those who
have already entered their appli application
cation application are reminded to attend
their interview, which was sche scheduled
duled scheduled at the time of application.
Interviews are given in room 220,
Florida Union, and will last
through March 3.
Application blanks have been
sent to all fraternities, sororities
and organizational presidents en enlisting
listing enlisting their aid in procuring spea speakers
kers speakers for this years program. Ap-
( plications may also be obtained
in the Florida Blue Key office,
room 307 of the Florida Union.
A special program for graduat graduating
ing graduating seniors will send them to com communities
munities communities in which they plan to
live, although all speakers will
be sent to their home town when whenever
ever whenever possible.
Speakers will be selected by
March 6, and will begin their
training on March 10, in prepara preparation
tion preparation for the speeches they will
give to civic groups and nigh
schools throughout the state.
These speeches will be given du during
ring during the week of April 14-18.
The Florida Blue Key Speak Speakers
ers Speakers program is recognized by the
administration as one of its best
public relations programs. The
speakers are also recognized as
the best liaison between the Uni University
versity University and the people of the state.
Sorority Rush
Ends Tomorrow
The climax of formal sorority
rush comes tomorrow when bids
are handed out to rushees.
Sororities turned in their pre preferential'
ferential' preferential' lists to the Dean of Wo Womens
mens Womens office yesterday. Rushees
turned in their preferential lists
at the same time.
Rushees were given four choic choices
es choices of sororities, to be listed in
order of preference. A girl must
pledge the first sororiy on her
list to give her a bid.
Graduate Seminar
Slated For Today
A graduate seminar on Edu Education
cation Education and the New Conservatism
will be presented by the Grad Graduate
uate Graduate Education Association this af afternoon
ternoon afternoon at 4 oclock in room 222
of P. K. Yonge.
The seminar will be conducted
by Harold Hale, graduate student
in education.

only college with more than
1,000 students enrolled in it al although
though although Education and Engineer Engineering
ing Engineering run a close second. One col college
lege college remains without men and
one has no women in it. The
school of Forestry enrolled no
female students while the Col College
lege College of Nursing has no male tak taking
ing taking its courses. The Nursing Col College
lege College is the smallest college on
the campus again this semester.
Only one other college has more
women enrolled than male coun counterparts.
terparts. counterparts. The College of Educa Education
tion Education has a ratio of two women
for every male in this classifica classification.
tion. classification.
The University presently has
twelve colleges and three schools
including a graduate division.
Plans for a new college of Health
Related Services has been ap approved
proved approved by the State Board of
Control. It will probably become
operative by the beginning of the
next yhod year#
At left is a breakdown
of the figures according to col college
lege college and male, female, total:

10-Year Plan for
Growth Released

By HUGH WATERS
Gator Staff Writer
to the Florida Blue Key Speakers Bureau has been extended until
Price, speaker director. The previous date was yesterday.

Rion Cites Many Reasons
For New Florida Union
. r
A lack of space for meeting rooms and offices was cited by
Florida Union Director Bill Rion as one of the main reason a new
Florida Union is needed.

We are daily turning down re requests
quests requests for rooms from worthy or organizations
ganizations organizations because of this lack
of space, Rion said.
The present Uiiion was design designed
ed designed to meet the needs of 3,300 stu students.
dents. students. With the present enroll enrollment
ment enrollment of over 10,000,.the Unions
facilities cannot meet the needs
or desires of the students and
faculty, Rion added.
As the University of Florida
grows larger, the campus is be becoming
coming becoming more decentralized. This
is creating a need for a com community
munity community center. The present Union
cannot meet this need.
The new Union, which will be
located about 120 feet west of Mc-
Carty Hall, will be designed to
facilitate 20,000 students. New
facilities will include a restaurant,
bowling alleys, and a theatre.
The cost of the new building
$4,750,000, will be defrayed by
the fact that the present building
can easily be converted to class classroom
room classroom and office space, Rion said.
Construction of the new build building
ing building is not expected to begin earli earlier
er earlier than the summer of 1960.
Rion said he believes that a
new larger student center like the
new Union will draw students
closer together and thus identify
them more with the University of
Florida, rather than the indivi individual
dual individual colleges composing the Uni University.
versity. University.
Frat Rushees
To Sign Up
A new rushing method will be
used in this spring's fraternity
rush, according to A1 Millar, pre president
sident president of Interfratemity Council.
Since many fraternities have
difficulties in finding the names
of prospective rushees, Millar
said, all interested men are ask asked
ed asked to report their names and ad address
dress address to the Dean of Mens office
before 5 oclock tomorrow after afternoon.
noon. afternoon.
A mimeographed list of these
names will be distributed to each
fraternity at the Thursday meet meeting
ing meeting of the Interfratemity Coun Council.
cil. Council.

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"Why, What Are You Doing?"
Freshman Diane Zraida turned an Impish glance towards the
Alligator camera of Karl Gluck who snapped this photo at the
voiy instant she discovered the camera aimed her way. Diane
is the first Alligator Surprise Coed to appear in a regular series
of candid shots. Mane, who hails from Hewlett, Long Island,
wants all co-ede to keep a watchful eye out toe* the candid cam camera
era camera which can pop-up Jut beat anywhere.

FCC Squabble
Delays UF TV
Current controversy over the
Federal Communications Commis Commission
sion Commission is bogging down the Univers Universitys
itys Universitys application to operate tele television
vision television channel 5 here.
Target date for the new sta stations
tions stations first programs has been
pushed back to late summer or
September as a result according
to Communications Director Rae
O. Weimer.
While the channel allocation
here is uncontested, the FCJC
has virtually halted activity in
the midst of Congressional inves investigations
tigations investigations of the body.
There is no telling when they
will see their way clear to grant
our construction permit, Weimer
said. We had originally expected
it in January.
Once the permit is granted, ano another
ther another 30 days must pass before
bids on equipment can be let
and the transmitter facilities
built. Thus the original target
date of summer has slipped by
the boards.
UF authorities are hopeful,
however, that they can begin pro programming
gramming programming educational television
by September in time for the
opening of the fall semester.
Weimer said the school was not
involved with Floridian Dick
Mack, FCC member who is a
central figure in the current
Washington hearings.
Newscast on Air
Time in each Monday, Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday and Friday at 10 p.m.
over WRUF for Alligator on
the Air, a five-minute news-
Prepared and edited by the
cast of campus news.
FiOrida Alligator, the broad broadcast
cast broadcast is in supplement to news
contained in the Tuesday and
Friday editions of the student
paper.
Tommy Tucker, WRUF news newscaster,
caster, newscaster, is the Alligator broad broadcaster.
caster. broadcaster.

serving
10,000 students
at university
of florida

Four Pages This Edition

Dorms, Classes
Anticipated lor
20,000 Students

By ROGER LEWIS
Gator State Editor

New long range campus
plans for accommodation of
20,000 students in the future
have been released by Uni University
versity University officials. Proposed
buildings include almost
twenty new mens dormitor dormitories,
ies, dormitories, nine new womens dorm dormitories,'
itories,' dormitories,' and scores of addi additional
tional additional classroom facilities.
The plana are the result of a
comprehensive study of the cam campus
pus campus needs of the future by the
Campus planning and Develop Development
ment Development Committee, the University
Consultant Architect Jeff arson
Hamilton, and President J. Wayne
Reitz.
The new proposed plans are ex expected
pected expected to serve the University for
the next ten years. The plan re replaces
places replaces an older, 1948, plan for
growth of the University.
Purpose behind the plan is to
present an orderly outline for ad additions
ditions additions to the campus so that the
facilities will be more or less con contiguous
tiguous contiguous in arrangement and not
scattered all over the area.
A definite area for mens hous housing
ing housing units, for womens and mar married
ried married students housing units, and
for classroom construction has
been set up in the plan. If it
is followed as proposed, it is hop hoped
ed hoped that the University will be become
come become an orderly division of spe specialized
cialized specialized areas functionally situa situated
ted situated the reporter states.
The four-page report was re released
leased released formally yesterday,
Campus plans must continual continually
ly continually be reviewed in looking to the
future," said Hamilton. Even
now, students dont realize that
there are two new dormitories
on campus, a laboratory school,
and Physics building.
Now we have to plan for new
dorms, new classrooms, and new
facilities for everything. With the
phenomenal growth we are ex expecting,
pecting, expecting, If we dont plan now
well be left behind in the back backwash,
wash, backwash, he continued.
The plan divides the proposed
buildings into those which already
have appropriaions for construc construction
tion construction from the legislature and those
which are still on the drawing
board.
Among those appropriated for,
there are two mens and womens
dormitories, a science laboratory
along with the new reactor build building,
ing, building, an architecture building,
(Continued on Page THREE)
New Dormitories
Slated tor Use
In September
The University of Florida will
be able to take care of all stu students
dents students who desire housing in
September, according to Dr. Har Harold
old Harold C. Riker, director of housing.
This will include off-campus
housing units as well as on cam campus
pus campus housing. Dr. Riker gives two
explanations for this: the new
buildings now under construction
and a more efficient system for
finding off-campus housing.
Two new dormitories are cur currently
rently currently under construction and are
due to be completed before the
next school year. The new wo womens
mens womens dorm located next to Bro Broward
ward Broward is scheduled for completion
within the next two months. The
new boys dorm wont be ready
until this summer, but will be
ready in September.
The State Board of Control last
Thursday approved an over-all 10
per cent increase in dormitory
rates, except campus tempor temporary
ary temporary housing units.
Married students will get re relief
lief relief with the addition of 272 units
now being built on campus.
These will not be filled on the
basis of previous service in the
Armed Forces, but will be deter determined
mined determined by University policies.
The two buildings housing these
married students will be complet completed
ed completed by second semester of next
year. At present there are at
least 450 couples on the waiting
list for the Flavets.
The office of Off-Campus Hou Housing
sing Housing has moved into a separate
building on W. University Ave.
in order to expand its facilities
and services. The new system of
co-ordinating Gainesville area va vacancies
cancies vacancies for students and the ttu ttudenta
denta ttudenta themselves.



fa FLORIDA ALLIGATOR

Our 50th Year of Publication

Page 2

Trustees, Not Control Board

The Florida Alligator is pleased to welcome Dr. Robert M. Strozier into the
family of state university presidents. Officially inaugurated as Florida State Uni Universitys
versitys Universitys head in pomp and circumstance Friday, Strozier has indications of be being
ing being able to provide just the type of leadership that FSU needs.

Strozier, in his inaugural address
warned that the South cannot be an
island of deams in a sea of practicality.
There is no Southern education no
Southern justice, no Southern brand
of democracy, Strozier said.
These and other statements by the
former dean of students at the Univers University
ity University of Chicago indicate that FSU may be
headed for a new birth of greatness un under
der under a man who understands the prob problems
lems problems of developing a great and grow growing
ing growing institution.
*****
Chancellor Robert A. Kimpton, of the
University of Chicago where Strozier
was dean, gave the inaugural speech.
It is clear that a great university
needs money and a lot of it, Kimpton
said.
This is no news to Governor Colling
or to the state legislators who are pres present,
ent, present, but I earnestly urge you to treat this
relatively new university under its new
leadership generously at the appropriate
time, Kimpston said.
The Chicago chancellor said there
must be a sense of freedom at a great
university, and room for the different.
It is not a postured, self-conscious
thing, he said, speaking of freedom,
and one rarely hears the word on a
great campus.
Those who shout freedom loudest are
generally those who are concerned to
express their own unorthodoxy, and deny
the privileges to others.
Kimpton said room must be made for
thej teacher and researcher "who is dif differ&nt.
fer&nt. differ&nt.
Personnel officers are so careful to
obtain the good organization man, the
kind who fits in happily with the rou routines
tines routines of the office, that the new and
significant can hardly happen.
I do not mean that we have to cher cherish
ish cherish the deviant, the odd-ball, simply be because
cause because he is this way. But I come very
close to recommending this, said the
chancellor.
A university that has no oddities is
not a great university, and occasionally
it should discipline itself in freedom by
embracing and supporting a weird one
just for his weirdness.
Kimptons words must have been harsh
statements for the Board of Control
members at the inaugural to swallow.
The Control Board did an outstanding

Book-Sales Policy Needs Improving

The Florida Alligator ran a report at
the beginning of the semester giving the
University Bookstores reasons for a $lO,-
000 loss during fiscal year 1956-57.
The loss, while off-campus shops were
making money, was blamed on allocation
of expenses between the book section
and non-book sales, faculty and staff dis discounts
counts discounts of books, and rising transporta transportation
tion transportation costs.
The Alligator doesnt doubt that these
reasons hold water. But somehow we feel
that if the Bookstore were more eager
to buy from the student, they could do.
The seller finds, on the contrary, that

On Trees and Their Muteness

As the campus expands, and the en enrollment
rollment enrollment shows signs of climbing to 20,-
000 students within ten years, the na nature-minded
ture-minded nature-minded will probably have to take
a back seat for a while.
The shrubbery, trees, and beautiful
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Editorials

job in choosing Strozier, and Dr. John
S. Allen as president of the new Univers University
ity University of South Florida.
But we believe that the time has
come for a readjustment of the control
system of Floridas institutions of higher
learning. The recent bill before the Flor Florida
ida Florida legislature to set up a chancellor for
the state university system is good only
if a Board of Trustees is named along
with a chancellor, composed of educa educa.tors
.tors educa.tors to negotiate between representatives
of the faculty and the chancellor.
The Board of Control would be abol abolished,
ished, abolished, and instead the Board of Trus Trustees,
tees, Trustees, representing members of the facul faculty
ty faculty from the three schools, could become
a policy-forming committee on the in interschool
terschool interschool level. j
We believe this would do much to rec rectify
tify rectify the many times that politics too often
plays a dominant role in Board of Con Control
trol Control decisions, and it would also create
home rule for the University system
by educators who know the problems of
the institutions best.
The chancellor would be responsible
to the Cabinet Board of Education, as
the Board of Control is now.
The many minor matters which must
now be taken to the Board of Control,
and the decisions which must be made
by this group of seven businessmen from
all regions in Florida, would be replaced
by a group of educators on the Board of
Trustees.
The Trustees would meet with the
Chanellor as its chairman. The chairman
would act as a super-president, who
would have to present the decisions of
the Board to the state. In this way, the
University administrations will not be
entirely overshadowed by this office.
*****
The time is ripe, as Kimpton would
seem to indicate, that Floridas educa educational
tional educational institutions are expanding and
must become great. The time has
come, we believe, to place education and
its leaders in their proper place in gov governing
erning governing academic affairs.
To trust this responsibility to a single
group or interest in the state is a gamble
-one which should be rectified as Flor Floridas
idas Floridas institutions begin to make their
climb as leading universities in the na nation.
tion. nation.

the Bookstore cannot bind books as other
stores do. And they are fussy over which
books they will take for re-sale to the
point of ridiculousness. The result is that
students go elsewhere rather than wait
on the long lines and get turned down
selling a good number of books and syl syllabi.
labi. syllabi.
Its bad enough that the student does
not get a discount from his own Univer University
sity University Bookstore and sundry department;
but to lose while off-campus shops gain
indicates either bad business policy or
not being responsive enough to students
when book-selling time comes around.

surroundings of the 1,800-acre campus
are slowly giving way to new dormi dormitories,
tories, dormitories, married dwelling units athletic
fields, classroom buildings and other ma materialistic
terialistic materialistic necessities.
Eventually a mall is planned on the
campus, to include the present Plaza of
the America, and extend diagonally be between
tween between the planned Florida Union near
Radio Road and the Student Service
Center. The mall will eventually wind
up at the new mens dormitories being
constructed at Flavet Three.
It will be some time, though, before
this new shrubbery-bounded mall makes
up for the present invasion of hexagoni hexagonical
cal hexagonical concrete blocks at every turn.
Parking lots have sprung up, and the
University planners must be quite pleas pleased
ed pleased as a modern super structore co-ed
dormitory springs up near Broward Hall.
Six new houses on Fraternity Row and
a seventh new one on West University
Avenue, new sorority homes on Sorority
Row and a planned buildings all are
being accommodated.
Here, we would surmise, is a modern
answer for moderns, with the emphasis
on a product of man.
And perhaps in principle and philos philosophy
ophy philosophy the trees were right. In their mute muteness,
ness, muteness, however, we will never know.

Tuts., Fab. 25, 1958

Hava You Mat My Roommate?
POUTICAL OBSERVATIONS

Poop Law Repeal sought for Spring Vote

By AL MILLER
Gator PoUtical Analyst
WeU, it appears that the par party
ty party lines have at last solidified.
The uncertainty within the Li Liberty
berty Liberty Party was resolved last
week when Tom Biggs announc announced
ed announced that he was interested in
running for the office of presi president
dent president of the Student Body.
The Liberty Party, upon learn learning
ing learning this information and feeling
insecure with a fraternity .10-
minee, desired to run Biggs in instead
stead instead of against him. They
therefore "shot Bob Graham out
of the saddle, kicked the Sig Sigma
ma Sigma Nus and the Sigma Chis
out of the party, pulled in the
AGRs and Phi Gams and.
consolidated behind their inde independent
pendent independent shield, Tom Biggs.
The Liberty Party now ap appears
pears appears ready to select the rest
of their slate and begin their
initial campaign plans.
Although it is customary that
a great many conflicts arise
when a party with a 700 bloc
edge attempts to distribute the
available offices among so
great a number of fraternities,
sororities, and quasi-fraternities
such as the independent co-oper co-operative
ative co-operative living organizations and
Georgia Seagle Hall, the poll*
MURF'S COLUMN

Snakes in the Grass Can be 'Live' t 00...

By PAT MURPHY
Gator Feature Editor
I think the snake is the
lowest form of human life, said
a sophomore co-ed recently.
The snake, that colorful,
and often bothersome, character
so often seen displaying his
charm at parties, entered into
a recent campus opinion poll.
For a clearer picture of the
social villian, one has only to

picture the typi typical
cal typical fraternity
I party. Some Some!
! Some! where between
IF at s Domino
land a glass of
I Purple Passion,
this shifty-eyed
character be bejgins
jgins bejgins his smooth
I routine of snow snowing
ing snowing some other
1 brothers date.
The boy who
brought the cute

MURPHY

co-ed to this party for an en enjoyable
joyable enjoyable evening soon may find
himself sitting on the sideline
while the snake takes over the
situation completely.
As bad as the "snake may
appear to the feUow who is the
victim of the social theft, a re recent
cent recent opinion poll indicates his
general feelings about snaking
are not always so resentful.
Nine out of ten males inter interviewed
viewed interviewed by one reporter, admit-
BILL GRAYSON

What de do in dem dar hills, heah 'tis ...

By BILL GRAYSON
Gator Columnist
Grandpappy McCoy, a hill hillbilly
billy hillbilly of the Ozarks, had wander wandered
ed wandered off into the woods and failed
to return for supper. Ma sent
young Rasputin to look for him.
Rasputin found him standing in
the bushes.
Gettin dark, Grandpa, the
tot ventured.
Yep.
Supper time, Pap.
Yep.
Cornin' home?
Nope,
Why?
Standing in a bar trap.
This morning, genUe reader,
we shall venture into the
realm of the hillbilly, our cou cousins
sins cousins who live in the hills and
backwoods of America. Let us
take a look into the lives of
these residents of Tobaccy
Road.
A teacher in a little back-

woods school
was at the
blackboard ex explaining
plaining explaining arith arithm
m arithm e t i c prob problems,
lems, problems, and was
delighted to see
that the gang gangling
ling gangling lad, her
dullest pupil,
was giving
slackjawed at attention.
tention. attention. She

GKAYSON

was thrilled that at last he was
beginning to understand, so

tical climate this year is such
that it is doubtful, however
dissatisfied, that any organiza organization
tion organization would dare leave the told.
Everyone is afraid to be on
the uphill side of such an im impressive
pressive impressive bloc.

At present, the Liberty Party
is comprised of almost two twothirds
thirds twothirds of all the fraternities on
campus and about one-half of
the sororities, not to mention
the CLOg and Georgia Seagle
Hall. The lineup is essentially
the same as that of last years
Gator Party, the present con controlling
trolling controlling faction in Student
Government.
The University party has all
its work ahead of it. After Bob
Grahams unorthodox treatment
at the hands of the Liberty Par Party,
ty, Party, I think he has had enough
and no longer bolds any presi presidential
dential presidential aspirations.
If so, the University Party
has the difficult task of select selecting
ing selecting a qualified candidate for
president of the Student Body
and then seeking support from
the dorm independents and Fla Flavets,
vets, Flavets, the groups most dissatis dissatisfied
fied dissatisfied with the present lineup be because
cause because of their almost complete
lack of representation. U they

ted that they have either tried,
or woud try, to steal a friend s
date if they had the chance.
Over half of this group said
they had disposed of an unwant unwanted
ed unwanted date by asking a friend to
snake or steal their companions.
* *
Another male student Joked
that he had come across many
interesting co-eds while snak snaking
ing snaking at parties. If theyll dump
their date, he said, theyll
usually do about anything.
Another frat man said snak snaking
ing snaking was O.K. at only one time,
and that time was when HE
was acting the part of the snake.
Co-eds generally feel snaking
is in poor taste and have little
respect for the snake himself.
A few, however, thought it
was a great way to meet new
boys. One girl commented, Its
O.K. if your date gets drunk
or obnoxious. Another said,
Its fun if you can get away
with it.
Several co-eds felt the snake
was socially immature. Others
said they enjoyed playing the
snakes game, and felt spending
time with him was alright, pro providing
viding providing the girl goes home with
her original date.
Male students had a few com comments
ments comments about co-eds who allow
themselves to be led astray by
the eager sn&ker.
It gives a girl a bad reputa reputation,

when she had finished she said
to him, You were interested
Emmett, that Im certain you
want to ask some questions.
Yesm, drooled Emmett. I
got one to askwhere do them
figures go when you rub em
out?
* *
Ruby Jean was talking to Sa Sadie
die Sadie Mae one afternoon and an announced
nounced announced that drink broke up
her home.
Sadie Mae exclaimed, Ya
mean ya couldnt stop it?
No, replied Ruby Jean,
the damn still exploded.
* *
Gladiola Squibb, 2 UC, was
visiting her cousin in the back
hills of Georgia. Her cousin
took her fishing. Before she
knew what happened she had
hooked a small trout and wound
it in till it was rammed against
the end of the rod.
What do* I do now? she ask asked
ed asked her cousin.
Well, cousin, he replied, I
guess all you can do now is
to climb up the rod and stab
it!
*
Zeke approached Clem and
said that he heard that he was
going to move a piano so he
came over to help.
Clem replied Finished al already.
ready. already.
Alone?
Nope, hitched the cat to it
and dragged it upstairs.

cant accomplish this task, we
may well see the first unoppos unopposed
ed unopposed spring election at this cam campus
pus campus in many a moon, at least
far behind my knowledge.
* *
As a point of Interest, I talk talked
ed talked to Eddie Beardsley this past
Tuesday and he indicated that
he may place before the Exe Executive
cutive Executive Council the possibility of
repeal of that part of the elec election
tion election law that necessitates the
display of poop upon the neat
green Boards. he only time
that such a repeal would be
effective as respects this com coming
ing coming spring election, is at the
next Executive Council meet meeting
ing meeting March 4. If they do repeal
it at the March 4th meeting,
you freshmen and sophomores
will see for the first time the
spirit and enthusiasm that made
Student Government what it is
today, or at least was yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. The only fact that may
block its repeal is that the Lib Liberty
erty Liberty Party is in clear control of
the Executive Council and a
party with a large bloc edge is
not interested in encouraging
a large electorate, the larger
the elegtrorate the better the
chances of overcoming their
bloc.

tion, reputation, and she will probably lose
both boys in the end, said one
sophomore in Engineering.
Another belligerent male in insisted,
sisted, insisted, The lowest thing a boy
can do is to steal another guys
date. Next to the lowest thing
is a girl who allows herself to be
snaked.
One male underclassman smil smiled
ed smiled wistfully when asked about
snaking. Well, he answered,
the only thing I can say is,
I wouldnt mind if some good goodlooking
looking goodlooking girl snaked me.
* *
Dog-eat-dog, one male said.
One who permits snaking is
at fault himself. Another com commented,
mented, commented, Snaking is O.K. if it
can be donetough luck.
In contrast to this opinion, one
boy said snaking was definitely
out. You could get punched
in the nose for such a trick!
he exclaimed.
At least bne co-ed feels snak snaking
ing snaking is alright. Some years ago
her date at a party did not care
for her company and asked a
friend to take care of her for
the rest of the evening. He did.
The two are now married and
have two children.
Opinions on the shadowy crea creature
ture creature who stags it at parties,
and then capitalizes on others
dates can probably be summed
up in one students remark, It's
O.K. if I do it, but LORD help
the person who tries it on me.

Zeke said, You mean the cat
dragged that heavy piano up
two flights of stairs? How could
a cat carry that heavy piano?
Clem replied, Used a whip.
* *
Two of our friends, neither
very bright, were occupied one
day building a new house. One
kept picking up nails, looking at
them, keeping some and throw throwing
ing throwing the others away.
Why are you throwing away
io many nails? asked his com companion.
panion. companion.
Because they are pointed the
wrong way. They have the head
on the wrong end.
You fool. Thems for the other
side of the house
A group of prohibitionists who
were traveling through the hills
of Arkansas looking for evidence
of the advantage of total abstin abstinence,
ence, abstinence, were told of an old man
102 years oid living in a ca cabin
bin cabin who had never touched a
drop of liquor. So they rushed
to his house to get a statement.
After propping him up in bed
and guiding his feeble hand
along the dotted line, they heard
a violent disturbance coming
from another roomfurniture
being smashed, dishes being
broken and the shuffling of feet.
Good heavens, whats that?
gasped a committeeman.
Oh, whispered the old man
as he sank exhaustedly into his
pillows, Thats Pa, hes drunk
again.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Moves Suggested Beside
Open Honor Court Triols

Editor:
This is just a note to con congratulate
gratulate congratulate you on the provoca provocative
tive provocative Secrecy series which
commenced in the Feb. 11 issue
of the Florida Alligator. If this
series shall have focused the at attention
tention attention of the student body on a
serious problem, then despite
criticism by student politicans,
I think bouquets are in order.
I do feel, however, that cer certain
tain certain objections should be voiced
as to the conclusions in the
second article of the series, For
the Protection of the Student
Himself, Honor Court Trials
Should be Open.
As editor you are voicing per perhaps
haps perhaps a natural inclination of
the newspaper man who favors
a solution of the fourth estate
as the Court of Last Resort.
It is obviously more difficult to
tamper with justice openly ar arrived
rived arrived at, then star-chamber
proceedings. This is not to im impugn
pugn impugn anyones integrity, but ra rather
ther rather to make the argument
which justifies. your position.
As a senior law student, who
for many years has recognized
the problem of an Honor System
designed for a small student bo body
dy body attempting to function in a
University as large as this one,
I do think that there are alter alternatives
natives alternatives which might be suggest suggested
ed suggested besides those already raised.
The Honor Court is not a
court of Law of the state of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, and the closest analogy
which might be drawn to its
quasi-judicial function, is that of
an administrative s tude nt
board which serves as an arm
of the University Administra Administration.
tion. Administration.
The permanent effect of its
decrees on the pre-professional
students may seem out of pro proportion
portion proportion to the first semester
freshman who felt in high
school that cheating was
smart. It is a difficult task
for any individual to determine
what name should be released
and when a particular facts sit situation
uation situation justifies silence.
*
What basis do we have for
knowing how you or any sub subsequent
sequent subsequent editor will set his stand standards
ards standards as when we shall name
names and when we shall pro protect
tect protect some poor misguided stu student
dent student from the ridicule of his be being
ing being caught and convicted, and in
some cases, of having done
wrong?
What guarantee do we have
that the Courts main purpose
to allow a student to redeem
himself and clear the red stain
from his record will be pro protected?
tected? protected?
It appears that the only alter alternative
native alternative which would guarantee
justice is to print the names
of all culprits, and the validity
of this situation would vary with
the equities of a particular set
of facts.

'Siglefnip' Glahdem' Seen
In Local 'Protest 1 Posters

Editor:
At last a voice is lifted on
the campus to shout once more
those noble words unheard since
high school days. Awakened
once more in the minds of the
thinking few are those noble
truths: black is white, bad is
white, bad pressure groups are
bad, the president is bad, the
Constitution if interpreted
right is good, and many
other important ideals that, in
the mad scramble for know knowledge
ledge knowledge of a verifiable scientific
nature have been relegated to
a minor position in the minds
of our many seemingly intelli intelligent
gent intelligent scholars
Likewise, Mr. Thai must be
a vicious opponent of Ameri American
can American censors who are trying to
rewrite folk-songs, cartoons and
even history, lest it offend mi minority
nority minority groups. He must decry
the fact that parents in towns
in Tennessee and Arkansas have
been forbidden to boycott or
picket schools and to assemble
in groups of more than three or
four persons.
If is high time that someone
pointed out that in many places

SDX President Praises
Thai Posters on Campus

Editor:
I think an editorial in your
columns commending the ef efforts
forts efforts of Jay Maurice Thai would
be very fitting. His latest Pro Protest
test Protest poster fits in nicely with
the Alligators series on
secrecy here at the University.
Perhaps Thais efforts will
awaken in students a deeper
appreciation of the necessity
and desirability of freedom of
the press. I would like to add
that Sigma Delta Chi, profes professional
sional professional journalistic fraternity,
through its Freedom of Infor Information
mation Information committee and with the
cooperation of Senator Moss of
California, is fighting tooth
and nail to have the curtain of
secrecy lifted from Washington

Well-Known Facts Not Known...

By WARREN P. GREENE
It costs 92 cents to send a 2-
ounce package from Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville to Cambodia ... no mat matter
ter matter how hard you kick a chic chicken,
ken, chicken, you cant make it ha ten a
hard boiled egg . there axe
576 holes in each square of
soundproof board on the ceiling
of the University College Read Reading
ing Reading Room . Copper oxide
rectifiers have been proposed
as substitutes for dioxide detec detectors

In recent years John Marshall
Bar Association has undertaken
the task of making defense
counsel available to those who
are accused of violations. If
the object is protection of the
student himself, why not allow
defense counsel to request with
the consent of the accused an
open trial? This would serve
to prevent the star-chamber
proceeding which many peo people
ple people feel result from dosed trials.
In addition It has been sug suggested
gested suggested that if the Court were
relieved of the dual function of
having to present the case and
in addition having to sit in judge judgement
ment judgement on these facts, they might
tend less to assume the pro prosecutors
secutors prosecutors attitude (this is not
an accusation aimed at the pre present
sent present Court, but a possibility that
might exist).
This suggestion might be im implemented
plemented implemented by setting up a spe special
cial special violation section to investi investigate
gate investigate offenses, or some other
group to determine the facts. It
would also be possible to expand
the power of the Board of
Masters in this field or the
Courts criminal jurisdiction.
*
Arguments both pro and eon
might be presented for a com complete
plete complete abolition of the Honor Sys System
tem System as far as the C course
is concerned, thus easing the
adjustment of values to an
Honor System and the use of
spot correlation checks to im implement
plement implement the current system.
I will not comment as to the
former; however, I think that
the Honor Court and the student
body should do a great deal of
soul searching as far as the
use of correlation is concerned.
The spot check seems to make
a mockery out of the vfry
words, Honor System.
It should be emphasized in
closing that there is a" distinc distinction
tion distinction between closed Honor Court
proceedings, and closed Honor
Court procedure. Although I per.
sonally favor retaining secret
hearings, if the accused so de desire,
sire, desire, I am a proponent of turn turning
ing turning the spotlight on the current
Honor Court procedure. This job
has already been undertaken
by a commitee composed of
qualified law students in con conjunction
junction conjunction with the Honor Court.
Some of this is admittedly as
effective now as when it was
worked out several years ago,
but in some areas there is an
immediate need for an effec effective
tive effective revision.
Joe Weil
and Lew Kanner and others.
(Editor's note: AH names of
those over 17 would be releas released,
ed, released, although other steps to turn
the spotlight on the Honor
Court goings-on would be wel welcomed.
comed. welcomed. We always thought that
although rehabilitation was
important, administration of jus justice
tice justice came first.)

citisens are not being protect protected
ed protected from self Seeking indivi individuals
duals individuals or pressure groups, such
as the NAACP, which are try trying
ing trying to inflict their narrow ethi ethical
cal ethical code on the individual.
But would Mr. Thai really be
committed to the postion that
I have tried to demonstrate he
should logically take? If the
reader thinks so, a careful exa examination
mination examination of his Black White
poster will quickly dispel this
notion. Upon reading the whole
series of Protest the question
immediately arises: "Consisten "Consistency,
cy, "Consistency, where art thou, for cer certainly
tainly certainly it is most difficult to de detect
tect detect continuity of purpose in
these writings, though there are
many outstanding and meaning meaningful
ful meaningful quotations in them.
What is needed today, as ever,
is careful reasoning and regor regorours
ours regorours evaluation of information
and for this we do not need
the urging of headline-hunters
who shout those inspiring
words: constitution, fraternity,
maternity, right, equality, in individuality,
dividuality, individuality, normality, siglefnip
glahdem and barf.
Richard g. Johns

and other governmental centers.
The strangulation of a free
press is in effect the severing
of the life-artery of democra democracy.
cy. democracy. It is every students duty to
fight against what Mr. Thai so
aptly terms this attempt to
have information spoon-fed to
you, and to do his part to de defend
fend defend the freedom of the press
from the foolish and selfish
infringements by our Washing Washington
ton Washington bureaucrats.
This campus needs more Jay
Thais, to stimulate intellectual
thought, once one of the marks
of a university student.
AI Hutchison
President, Florida Chapter
Sigma Delta Chi

tors detectors in ordinary radio receivers
. . one-inch square piece of
avacado has 619,378 calories.
(For the benefit of you skeptics
who doubt the validity of this
information, I might mention
that the piece of avocado I am
refering to is one-inch square
and 650 miles long.) . the
height of the Blake*y Mountain
Dam in Ouachita, Ark., it ssi
feet.



HC to Adopt New Civil Trial Rules

The following it the complete
text o t a new set at ruiee govern governing
ing governing Honor Court civil trial pro procedure
cedure procedure which were composed by
member* of the present Court.
Previously there were no writ written
ten written rule* for the Court to go by
in civil cases and the methods
of procedure were left up to the
discretion of the Chancellor and
Board of Masters, Bob Graham,
present Chancellor, told the Alli Alligator.
gator. Alligator.
The Student Body Constitution
allows the Court to draw up rules
of procedure providing that they
are approved by the Court
and published in t h a Alliga Alligator
tor Alligator before they become effective.
The new rules are as follows:
SECTION I: PRE-TRIAL PROCEDURE
RULE I. Civil Jurisdiction of the Honor
Court.
The Honor Court has Jurisdiction to in interpret
terpret interpret any part of the Constitution of
the Student Body, or law or charter
enacted or granted by the Executive
Council.
RULE 11. Commencement of Civil Ac Action.
tion. Action.
A civil action may ne commenced by
filing with the Chancellor
(a) A written request by the President
of the Student Body, or
(b) A written petition signed by twenty
(20) members of the Student Body.
RULE 111. Request or Petition.
(a) The request or petition shall set
forth the following:
(1) The specific provision or provisions
of the Constitution, laws, or charter, the
Interpretation of which is sought.
(2) The problem, question, or contro controversy
versy controversy which will be resolved by such in interpretation.
terpretation. interpretation.
(3) The interpretation which, In the
opinion of the party or parties filing the
request or petition, would be proper, and
the specific reasons and constitutional
grounds upon which that opinion is based.
(b) Filing of request or petition.
(1)A request or petition shall be deem deemed
ed deemed filed with the Chancellor when de delivered
livered delivered by the party or parties thereto
to the person in charge of the Honor
Court office during regular office hours.

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T>t POWER OF POSITIVE WRINKLING

While everybody knows that
the soft collar on Van Heusen
Century Shirts wont wrinkle,
ever, a Van Heusen survey
among college students has
revealed that precious few
know why. Here are some of
the responses:
1 J L. sophomore at the
Psychodynamic Institute for
Arts, Crafts, and Number Paint Painting
ing Painting Obviously, the collar
wont wrinkle, because its
afraid to wrinkle. It may have
been threatened by some surly
Van Heusen vice-president.
Ergo, it exhibits the Cavan dish
anti-wrinkle syndrome.
G. F. junior at Usury
School of AdvertisingCollar AdvertisingCollarwise,
wise, AdvertisingCollarwise, theres no demand for
wrinkles. No customer benefit.
Now, this is strictly off the
top of my cranium, but the
statement, the soft collar that
won't wrinkle, ever, is too
negative. Substitute never for
ever and you not only have

on thesta rs r

COMPLETE TEXT OF NEW PROCEDURE

Such person fa charge may be the Chan Chancellor,
cellor, Chancellor, the Clack, a Justice, er the Honor
Court secretary.
(e) Penalty for failure to draft request
or petition la accordance with these re requirements.
quirements. requirements.
(1) a request or petition not satisfy satisfying
ing satisfying tbs require menu of this rule shall,
within two (S) days (exclusive of Satur Saturdays.
days. Saturdays. Sundays, and holidays) after the
filing thereof be rejected by the Chancel Chancellor
lor Chancellor and returned to the party who filed
it with a brief aUtemeat of the reasons
for such rejection. _____
it) The rejected request or
bo amended to conform with this rule
and refilsd.
RULE IV. Temporary relief relief(a)
(a) relief(a) The request or petition may include
a prayer for temporary relief which must
stats in still the particular grounds
therefor.
(b) Immediately upon receipt of such
request or petition, the Chancellor, in
his discretion, shall enter a temporary
order granting or denying such relief,
considering only the grounds alleged in
the request or petition.
(c) If the Chancellor issues an order
granting such relief, he shall convene
the Honor Court within forty-eight (40)
hours after receipt of the request or pe petition,
tition, petition, to sit as body ta open session
to review the action of the Chancellor,
considering only the allegations Included
in the request or petition. A quorum for
the proceeding shall be nine (9) Justices.
present shall be required to affirm the
action of the Chancellor and continue
the order in effect until a civil trial may
be held. If the Court votes to disaffirm
this action, the order shall be Immedia Immediately
tely Immediately vacated.
(e) Any orders promulgated in this
manner shall be published in the Flor Florida
ida Florida Alligator or the Summer Gator with within
in within one (1) week after they are made.
RULE V. Preliminary hearing.
(a) Within three (3) days (exclusive of
Saturdays. Sundays, and holidays) after
the date on which the request or petition
is filed, the Chancellor shall set the date,
hour and place for a preliminary hearing,
such date to be not later than seven (7)
days (exclusive of Saturdays, Sundays,
and holidays) after the date of filing.
(2) Notice of the date, hour, and place
of the preliminary bearing shall be deliv delivered
ered delivered to the filing party within three (3)
days (exclusive of Saturdays, Sundays,
and holidays) after the dete of filing.
(b) Purpose and procedure of prelimin preliminary
ary preliminary hearing.
(1) At the preliminary bearing, the
party or parties who filed the request or
petition, and/or their duly authorized rep representatives.
resentatives. representatives. shall appear before the
Chancellor and Board of Masters to dis discuss
cuss discuss and exchange ideas regarding the
matters set out in the request or petition,
solely for the purpose of exploring the
possibilities of further clarifying the is issues
sues issues to expedite the trial.
(3) No alteration or withdrawal of the
request or petition shall be made at the
preliminary hearing except by the volun voluntxry

a positive statement but
as butas demonstrated by that
famous this
ungrammatical concept will be
attention-getting.
L. V.senior quarterback at
Miltown College l wouldnt
be without a Van Heusen.
Look here ... under my pleat pleatless
less pleatless shoulder pads. See? Out
of simple decency, the collar
refrains from wrinkling. Its
this kind of restraint that
recently led to our glorious
victory over Birdbrain U. Not
a man was scathed. Huzzah for
the collar and fight furiously,
fellows.
Yes, this is the kind of
jgnorance we run across.
Actually, while other collars
are made of 3 pieces of mate material,
rial, material, the secret of this soft collar
with its wrinkle-shunning
qualities is one-piece con construction.
struction. construction. Van Heusen Cen Century
tury Century shirts come in 5 collar
styles. $4 and $5.

txry voluntxry action of the party or parties who
filed such request or petition.
(3) The Chancellor and Board of Mas Masters
ters Masters shall not attempt to render aa of official
ficial official interpretation or dismiss the re request
quest request or petition at the preliminary bear bearing.
ing. bearing.
(4) At the close of the preliminary
hearing, a signed copy of the request
or petition containing any alterations made
thereto by the party or parties during
the preliminary hearing shall be delivered
to the Chancellor and the trial shall be
had only on the issues and grounds set
out hi such request or petition.
(c) Penalty for failure or refusal to
comply with the requirements of this
rule.
(1) Failure or refusal at the filing par party
ty party or parties or their duly authorized rep representatives
resentatives representatives to appear at the preliminary
bearing shall result in a dismissal of the
request or petition by the Chancellor un unless
less unless the filing party proves that notice
of the preliminary hearing was not re received.
ceived. received.
RULE VI. Publication of request er
petition.
After the preliminary hearing, the
Chancellor shall cause to be delivered to
the editor of the Florida Alligator or
Summer Gator for publication a copy of
the request or petition received by him
from the party or parties at the close
of the preliminary bearing.
RULE VII. Withdrawal of request or pe petition.
tition. petition.
If at any time prior to the commence commencement
ment commencement of the trial the party or parties
should wish to withdraw the request or
petition, s written statement to that ef effect
fect effect delivered to the Chancellor shall
constitute a withdrawal.
RULE VIII. Trial date.
The trial shall be held within two (3)

Florida Library
Receives Grant
For News Study

The University of Florida Li Library
brary Library ha* received a $7,500 grant
from the Rockefeller Foundation
for the microfilming of historic
West Indies newspapers, accord according
ing according to Library Director Stanley
West.
These back issues are of im importance
portance importance as chronicles of Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean history, and this history in
relation to their mother countries
and the United States.
The microfilming will be done
in the various archives, libraries
and newspaper offices on the is islands,
lands, islands, and copies can be made
for other libraries. Nassau, Haiti
and Trinidad will be the first is islands
lands islands visited, according to West.
The project is in conjunction
with the Librarys participation
in the Farmington Plan. Under
this plan, each library is respon responsible
sible responsible for collecting data on
a particular subject. The Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean area is the responsibility
of the University Library.

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weeks After the official puMieotios of the
request or netitioa.
SECTION 11. TRIAL PROCEDURE
RULE IX. Place of trial.
All civil trials shall be open to the
public and shall be held In a place desig designated
nated designated by the Chancellor.
RULE X. Composition of the Court;
Quorum; Number for Decision; Board of
Masters.
(a) A quorum for Civil Trails shall
consist of nine (t) members of the
court. A majority of the members present
must concur in the decision.
(b) The Board of Masters Mull Mt with
the Court while hearing the presentation
of the case; provided, however, that only
the Chairman of the Beard shall sit with
the Court and participate in the render rendering
ing rendering of their decision.
RULE XI. When trial commenced.
The trial shall be deemed commenced
upon the reading of the request or peti petition
tion petition by the Clerk. Once s trial has com commenced
menced commenced it shall proceed to a verdict with without
out without adjournment.
RULE XII. order of trial.
(a) The proponents shall be allowed
twenty (30) minutes to present the mer merits
its merits of their request or petition. There
shall be allowed not more than (3)
speakers in favor of the request or peti petition.
tion. petition.
(b) The opponents then shall be allowed
thirty (30) minutes to present any argu arguments
ments arguments against the interpretation urged in
the request or petition. The opponents
Shan be allowed not more than two (3)
speakers in opposition to the request or
petition.
(e) The proponents of the request or
petition then shall be allowed ton (10)
minutes solely for the purpose of rebut rebutting
ting rebutting the arguments of the opponents and
not for the presentation of new matter.
The proponents shall be allowed not more
than two (3) speakers on rebuttal.
(d) After the arguments on the merits
of the request or petition the Court shall
have the opportunity to question the pro proponents
ponents proponents and opponents.
(e) when the questions are concluded
the opponents shall be allowed five (9)
minutes solely for the purpose of sum summarizing
marizing summarizing their arguments, after which
the proponent# shall be allowed five (5)
minutes for the seme purpose.
(f) Nothing in this rule shall be con construed
strued construed as prohibiting the Chancellor from
expanding any of the limitations set forth
herein when the ends of Justice so re require.
quire. require.
RULE XIII. Board of Masters opinion.
After the summations, the Board of
Masters shall consider the case in closed
session. Upon reaching a majority opinion
the Board shall present tbat opinion to
the Court, together with the minority
opinion if there be one.
RULE XIV. Verdict of the Court; An Announcement.
nouncement. Announcement.
After presentation of the opinion or
opinions of the Board of Masters, the
Court shall consider its verdift in closed
session. The Chancellor shall make a
public announcement of the decision of
the Court immediately after it is reach reached.
ed. reached. The Chancellor shall cause such de decision
cision decision to be published in the Florida Alli Alligator
gator Alligator oi; Summer Gator within one week
after the trial.
RULE XV. Record of trial.
All trials shall be recorded verbatim.
RULE XVI. Adoption of rules.
These rules shall be deemed effective
upon adoption by two-thirds of all jus justices.
tices. justices. All rules of civil procedure in con conflict
flict conflict with these rules are hereby repealed.
RULE XVII. Ammendments.
Ammendments to these rules shall be
made by a two-thirds vote of all Jus Justices.
tices. Justices. but no amendment shall apply to
cases in which a request or petition has
been filed prior to the adoption of such
amendment.
RULE XVIU. Constitutionality.
Invalidation of any portion of these
rules as unconstitutional shall not invali invalidate
date invalidate the remainder.
RULE XIX. Citation.
Gainesville, Florida.

Swim Groups
Hold Tryouts
Through Friday

Swimmers wishing to join eith either
er either the mens or the womans
swimming group in time to parti participate
cipate participate in the spring show may try
out today through Friday from
3 to 5 p.m. at the heated Florida
pool.
Those interested in lighting tech techniques.
niques. techniques. sound equipment, layout,
prop managing or costume de designing
signing designing rather than the actual
swimming may come at this time
also.
Aqua-Gators, the mens swim
group, is working with Swim Fins,
the womens organisation, on their
eighth annual Spring Water Show.
The theme for the show has been
chosen and pool practice sessions
are scheduled to begin in about
two weeks.
Anyone who can swho is urged
to try out for cither of these
groups. If it is impossible to at attend
tend attend tryouts at the scheduled
hours, interested persons may
come at that time to arrange tor
a special time or may contact
Mrs. Crowson of the Womens
Physical Education Department.

Military to Feature 'Futurarmy'
Exhibit at March Science Fair

Junior and senior high school
students participating in the Re Regional
gional Regional Science Fair here March
20-22 will see a special Futur Futurarmy
army Futurarmy exhibit brought to the Sci Science
ence Science Fair by the University of
Floridas Military Department,
Col. Marvin A. Kreidberg, profes professor
sor professor of military science and tac tactics,
tics, tactics, announced recently.
The exhibit dramatizes the evo evolution
lution evolution of the Army and gives
a preview of the Army of the

Univ. and Liberty
Parties Solidify
(Continued From Page ONE)
tin was quoted to the ef effect
fect effect that Graham was his partys
presidential candidate.
The Liberty group, at their Sun Sunday
day Sunday meeting, appointed Bob
Hendry, a Semor from Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, to replace Dan Hackel, also
Jacksonville Senior, as chairman
of the Party. According to Hen Hendry,
dry, Hendry, Hackel decided he didnt
want to do it for personal rea reasons.
sons. reasons.
Slight Realignment
Aside from Alpha Gamma Rho
and Phi Gamma Delta, which
jumped to the Liberty faction,
and Sigma Chi and Sigma Nu,
who shifted their support to the
University group, the only other
difference in the original party al allignments
lignments allignments lie with Georgia Seagle
Hall and C. L. 0., independent off offcampus
campus offcampus housing organizat ions,
who have not yet committed
themselves since Tuesday 1
changes.
Both party chairmen agreed that
the Liberty faction still held a
400-500 block vote edge.
The University Party scheduled
their next official meeting for
tonight and the Liberty Party
plans a meeting Sunday night,
according to the party chairmen.
Fraternity members of the Li Liberty
berty Liberty Group now are: Alpha Ep Epsilon
silon Epsilon Pi, Alpha Gamma Rho, Al Alpha
pha Alpha Tau Omega, Beta Theta Pi.
Chi Phi, Delta Tau Delta, Kappa
Alpha. Phi Delta Theta, Phi
Gamma Delta, Pi Kappa Phi,
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Tau Epsi Epsilon
lon Epsilon Phi and Theta Chi.
The University Party now in includes
cludes includes : Kappa Sigma, Lambda Chi
Alpha, Phi Kappa Tau, Pi Kappa
Alpha, PI Lambda Phi, Sigma
Chi, Sigma Phi Epsilon, and
Sigma Nu.

Florida Union Movies
Attract Over 3,000

More than 3,000 students attend attended
ed attended the 13-Friday-night film pro programs
grams programs presented by the Florida
Union last semester, according to
Program Director Joan Cochran.
Prince Valiant, the first Cine Cinemascope
mascope Cinemascope film this semester, was
shown Friday and Saturday
in the Union Auditorium. Miss
Cochran said the response has
been so good that the movies
have been expanded to Saturday
nights, too.
She attributes the success of the
film program to the new Cinema-
Scope equipment installed dur during
ing during the summer. The |2,000 equip equipment
ment equipment consists of a sound system,
two RCA motion picture projec projectors,
tors, projectors, one Cinemascope lens and
an 18-foot-wide screen.
Director William Rion of the
Union Board stated the success
of the movies had far surpassed
my expectations. The Board had
some misgivings about installing
a wide screen in the auditorium,
he said.

The attendance and money
collected last semester have dou-

future, Col. Kreidberg noted.
The theme of the exhibit is
pointing up the Armys scientific
and technological advances in the
fields of weapons and equipment.
The emphasis of the exhibit is on
the Armys success in develop developing
ing developing operational missiles.
The exhibit, which is being
brought here from Virginia,
consists of dioramas, a slide
theater with documentary tape re recordings,
cordings, recordings, and associated graphic
arts materials.
The Army exhibit and the Sci Science
ence Science Fair are part of the Scien Scientific
tific Scientific Manpower Assembly on campus. The Army exhibit will be
stationed outside the J. Hillis Mil Miller
ler Miller Center where the Science Fair
will be held.

Director Arrested

James M. Gay, University Sports
Publicity Director, was convicted
of Driving while Ihtoocicated re recently
cently recently in municipal court and
fined 3150 and given a years sus suspension
pension suspension of his license.
Gay was arrested on Jan. 25 by
Courtney A. Roberts, local Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville policeman, and released on
bond until trial was set. Gay lives
at Route 5, Hibiscus Part, Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, Fla.
'Vampire' Film Slated
Sci-Fi, Science fiction club on
campus, win present the movie
Return of the Vampire, starr starring
ing starring Beli Lagossi. The movie will
be presented at the Florida Un Union
ion Union Auditorium tomorrow night at
7 and 9 instead of the regularly
scheduled meeting.

r '
i
A Campus-to-Career Case History
Bill Rhode (left) at the site of New Orlcanf new Claiborne Street Industrial Canal Bridge.
Problems keep life interesting
for a telephone engineer"
Ive taken part in all kinds of en- ferent. I was asked to make an ex exgineering
gineering exgineering projects during the five years perimental installation of some newly
Ive been with the telephone com* developed line concentrator ecjuip ecjuippany,
pany, ecjuippany, says Bill Rhode, M.E., Tulane, ment. After selecting the test location,
*52. Each project brings special I engineered facilities for the remote
problems to solve. concentrator unit, and trunk plant to
Take a couple of recent jobs I did central office,
as examples. One was to plan and Another thing about these jobs
oversee the relocation of telephone fa- theyre a result of the growth of the
cilities near a new drawbridge. The telephone business. Not only do prob probjob
job probjob included designs for attaching tele- lems like these keep life interesting
phone cable to the finished bridge and f or a telephone engineer, but they
for providing service to the bridge mean that careers are full of oppor opportenders
tenders opportenders office and the locks. tunities to show what you can do and
The other job was completely dis- get ahead.
Wilmer J. Rhode is with Southern Bell Telephone
and Telegraph Company. He is one of many
young men who are finding interesting and re*
warding careers with the Bell Telephone Com- sill
panics. Ask your placement officer for informa* tbliphoni
tion about the careers these companies offer. companies

Med the 1957 spring semester re record,
cord, record, Miss Cochran comment commented.
ed. commented. We hope to make enough
money this semester to buy an
additional lens, she added.
Miss Cochran said last Friday
and Saturdays film, Battle
Cry, had a total audience of
about 750 students for both nights.
She emphasized that season tickets
fbr the spring program would be
sold at the next movie. A 31.%
ticket would entitle etudents to see
five Cinem&Scope and seven re regular
gular regular films.

Trianon Elects
Spring Officers

Marjorie Abrams, a senior in
the College of Arts and Sciences,
was elected president of Trianon
womens leadership and service
fraternity, at a meeting Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night.
Miss Abrams is a member of
Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority, sec secretary
retary secretary of Womens Affairs in the
Womens Student Association,
and has held various other cam campus
pus campus offices.
Other officers elected include
Mickey Whittingslow, vice presi president;
dent; president; Bobbie Sue Tates, secre secretary;
tary; secretary; Jane Parker, treasurer;
and Lila Williams, historian.

The Florida Alligator, Tuas., Feb. 25, 19581

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Campus Future
Predicted In
10-Year Plan

(Continued From Page ONE)
and & pharmacy addition to the
medical school.
Still in the embryo stage are
plans to put in approxim&ely 17
new mens dorms, 5 new womens
dorms, a new student center com comparable
parable comparable to the Florida Union, new
engineering buildings, new fine
arts consructions, and a' new
plants and grounds department.
690 Acres
The principle difference bet between
ween between the master plan lh 1948 and
the 1918 report Is that the ini
struct!on area will be substantial substantially
ly substantially increased to the south, and the
housing area to the west, of the
campus.
A comparison between-the two
plans shows that the 1958 pro projected
jected projected plan contains a total of
some 690 acres of land (exclusive
of agriculture farms . .)
whereas the 1948 plan has a to total
tal total of 510 acres.
When the predicted enroll enrollment
ment enrollment reaches 20,000, then it will
be time to again pause for re review
view review of the criteria used for ad advance
vance advance planning, the report said.
The past ten years growth in
the campus has come even faster
than file advance planners thou thought
ght thought it would. The 1948 propoeal
supposedly would have covered
campus growth for the next twen twenty
ty twenty years instead of the ten that
it did.

Page 3



Florida Five Downs Vandy;
Fouls Mar Defensive Game

By KENN FINKEL
Assistant Sports Editor
With a superior defensive ef effort
fort effort and fine rebounding by cen center
ter center Jim Zinn, the Florida basket basketbailers
bailers basketbailers upset the highly-touted
Vanderbilt Commodores, 73-63, in
Florida Gym Saturday night.
The victory broke a six-game
losing streak for the Gators and,
combined with Auburns victory
over Tennessee and Georgias up upset
set upset of well-regarded Georgia Tech,
considerably muddled the South Southeastern
eastern Southeastern Conference second-place
picture. Kentucky again clinched
first place Conference honors
with a 45-43 win over Alabama.
Cautious Ball
Leading 39-27 at halftime, Flor Florida
ida Florida played cautious ball in the
second half, with Zinn fouling out
and forward Jerry Henderson rid riding
ing riding the bench the rest of the game,
shackled with four personals. Jack
Rowan fouled out for the Com Commodores.
modores. Commodores.
The Gators looked except exceptionally
ionally exceptionally good on defense, holding
Vandy to only S 5 free-throw at attemps,
temps, attemps, 17 of which were made.
The Mauermen hit only 28 of 59
attempts, but looked vastly
Improved at the fool line, hit hitting
ting hitting 27 of 35 there.
Captain Joe Hobbs led all scor scorers
ers scorers with 24 points, including four

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HOBBS APPROACHES RECORD

of six free throws. This dropped
his percentage in this depart department
ment department to .850 prior to last nights
game with Georgia Tech. The She Sheridan
ridan Sheridan sharpshooters 24 markers
gave him 439 for the year, main maintaining
taining maintaining his 23.1 average, with
only last nights and next Satur Saturdays
days Saturdays game with Georgia remain-,
ing.
Frosfa Win Two
The Baby Gators accounted for
two more victories to run their <
seasons mark to 15-3, prior to
last nights contest with Camp
Stewart.
Last Wednesday night h

Linksmen Look to Intercollegiate
Tourney; Trenham, Aaron Lead

Having opened their season yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon against Florida
State at the Gainesville Country
Club, the Florida golf team now
takes a ten-day break before the
all-important Florida Intercolle Intercollegiate
giate Intercollegiate Golf Tournament, March 6,
7, and 8.
If coach Conrad Rehling uses
the same three duos he used
against FSU yesterday, he will
send out captain Pete Trenham
and Southeastern Conference me medalist
dalist medalist Tommy Aaron, Skip Stei Steiger
ger Steiger and A1 Duhaime, and Walt
Baker and Willie K. Turner in the
intercollegiate meet.
Rehling stated that he expect expected
ed expected Rollins to be the toughest
obstacle in the tournament. Rol Rollins
lins Rollins probably has the outstand outstanding
ing outstanding six-man team in the state,
and more than likely, their indi individuals
viduals individuals will all finish strong, the
links mentor commented.

Page 4

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1 Jacksonville, Bob Shivers 26
points led the froh to a 65-
SI win over Jacksonville Naval
Air Station, a team which the
varsity met at the opening of
the season.
Saturday night, -Shiver again
took charge, scoring 24 and ga gathering
thering gathering in a host of rebounds as
the Baby Gators romped to a 97-
78 win over St. Petersburg Junior
College. Jeff Osborn hit 17, Lou
Merchant, 13, Frank Etheridge,
11, and Rafael de los Reyes 15,
filling in for Paul Mosny who
fouled out.

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Gator Golf Captain

Trackmen Prep
For First Meet;
Count on Sophs

By JERRY TAIH
Gator Sports Writer
With the opening meet of the
1958 track season little more than
a month away, Floridas thinclads
have begun preparations for their
attempt to regain the Southeastern
Conference title they held in 1956.
The Gators finished third in the
conference meet at Birmingham
last year.
The team should be in good
shape for the opening meet, the
Florida Relays, to be held on
March 29, acording to Gator men mentor
tor mentor Percy Beard.
The running events will be
the better events of the season,
Beard said. However, the hur hurdles
dles hurdles may suffer due to the loss
of Lincoln Knowles, who at one
time held Florida varsity track
records in both high and low
hurdles, continued the track
tutor.
Tommy Michels, a sophomore
from Ocala, who was considered
outstanding as a freshman, may
spark the SB hurdlers. Two oth other
er other promising sophomores are Vic
Miranda, who led last years
freshmen in the shot and the dis discus,
cus, discus, and Dick Romfh, who won
the pole vault and the broad jtsnp
in the 1957 freshman division of
the SEC meet.
Although there are many new newcomers
comers newcomers to the varsity team,
there are also fourteen return returning
ing returning lettermen as compared to
nine returnees on last years
squad.
The Gators face a tough sche schedule
dule schedule including meets with FSU
and Auburn, their keenest rivals
of the 57 season. However,
barring injuries, the team should
have as good a season as last
years, commented Beard.

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the Womens Gym on Friday at
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AS MIAMI SWIMMERS INVADE

Butterfly Aces to Duel Here

By JACK WINSTEAD
Gator Sports Writer
Two great butterfly artists are set to duel tomorrow afternoon
at four oclock when coach Lloyd Bennett brings his University
of Miami swimming team to Florida Pool.
The Hurricanes Jack Nelson, a sophomore, was a member of
the U. S. Olympics team in 1956 and finished fourth in the but butterfly
terfly butterfly event. He will meet Floridas Phil Drake, a former World
record holder who won a place on the 1957 All-American swim swimming
ming swimming team for high finishes in the National AAU.
In previous meetings, Drake has mastered Nelson three times,
each time in the 106-yard butterfly. Meanwhile, Nelson has tak taken
en taken Drake four times in the 200-yard event. On the strength of
this, Nelson will be favored to win, as only the 200-yard event
will be held in this dual meet. Previous times also give Nelson
an edge, with his best time of 2:15.5 minutes compared to Drakes
2:17.

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CALKINS COOL! ... Dave Calkin, Florida freestyler, broke
two existing Southeastern Conference records against Georgia
last Friday and was the only double winner against Florida State
Saturday.

Delta Chi, Chi Phi Match
Closes Biue Bowling Play

. By RANDY McLAUGHLIN
Gator Sports Writer
Delta Chi and Chi Phi met 'yea 'yeaterday
terday 'yeaterday in the finals of Blue Lea League
gue League bowling competition, after de defeating
feating defeating Lambda Chi Alpha and
Theta Chi respectively to move
into the championship round.
Tom Maroldy, Bill Coulter
and Tom Poweleit were the big
guns as Delta Chi racked up 1529
pins against Lambda Chis 1396.
The three keglers each hit over
300; Marlody rolled 333, Coulter
had 328, and Poweleit finished
with 316. Dick Cuba took honors
for Lambda Chi with his 306.
Chi Phi Won its semi-final clash
with Theta Chi by a scant four
pins, 1477-1473, the smallest win winning
ning winning margin to date in the single

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relied on Gerry Smiths 364 and
Steve Hintons 312 to gain victory
in the close contest. Contributing
creditably to Theta Chis total
were Gary Hooper, Bill Troth, and
Joe Golomb.
Basketball Opens
The 1958 Blue League Basketball
tournament begins tonight at 8:00
with last years champion Theta
Chi going against Delta Sigma
Phi in the Florida Gym. Other
matches tonight will match
Tau Kappa Epsilon and Phi Sig Sigma
ma Sigma Kappa, Delta Chi and Phi
Gamma Delta, and Phi Kappa Phi
and Delta Upsilon. Cage action
will continue into March, the
finals to be decided on Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, March 12.

Miamis current tank squad includes only two returning veterans
Martin Redlich and Dick Joseph. Redlich was outstanding in the
220 freestyle last year, while Joseph covered the 440 distance. The
rest of the squad consists mainly of sophomores, led by William
Lahde, who has already bettered most of the varsity records in
the backstroke events, and Nelson.
The Gators will counter with freestylers Dave Calkin and Terry
Bom, consistent point-producers this year, butterflyer Drake, and
backstroke ace Bill Ruggie, holder of the Southeastern Conference
record for the 200-yard backstroke event.
Bobby Duganne should be back in action after & bout with the
flu last week, and will be counted on to score in the sprints.
Seminole Spurt Sets Tie
A victory in the final event, the 400-yard freestyle relay, gave
Florida State a 43-43 tie with Florida mermen in Saturday's meet
at Tallahassee.
Floridas Calkin was the only double-winner, scoring in the 220
and 440-yard freestyle events. Other firsts for the Gators included
Drake in the 200-yard butterfly, Ruggie in the 200-yard backstroke,
and the 440 medley relay team of Ruggie, Carl Wiedamann, Drake
and Doug Hiler.
The Seminole* garnered first places in the 50 and 100-yard
freestyles, one-meter diving, and the 200-yard breaststroke.
The Gators and Seminoles are now all tied up after five meets,
over a three year span, each winning two at home previous to this
tie.
Calkin Stars In Georgia Sweep
Two SEC records were bettered by Calkin as the Ryan tank tankmen
men tankmen swept by Georgia 54-32. Calkin, a junior, surpassed Reid
Pattersons old 220-yard freestyle record set in 1952 at 2:13.9, The
Miamian covered the distance in 2:13.6.
The Florida ace later eclipsed his own mark in the 440-yard
freestyle as he took the event in 4:54.5, which is 1.7 seconds un under
der under the record. |
The Bulldogs managed wins in only two events, diving and the
400-yard freestyle relay, as Florida scored with Bom in the 50-
yard freestyle, Bill Wenz in the 100-yard freestyle, Drake in the
200-yard butterfly, Wiedamann in the 200-yard breaststroke, and
Ruggie in the 200-yard backstroke.

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