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Volume 51, Number 7

Coeds May Lose
Bermuda Shorts
WSA Claims Many Violations
Os 'No Sweater' Regulations
By GLORIA BROWN
Gator Staff Writer
Coeds may lose the newly added Bermuda Shorts
Clothing Provision unless regulations, as stated in the
W. S. A. Constitution, are adhered to, according to
Anne Booke, W. S. A. President.

36 Units Sign
For HC Parade
Next Friday
At Wednesday* deadline for en entrie*
trie* entrie* in the Homecoming parade
there were 36 units. Among the
entries were 26 floats, 11 other
units, and 10 cars for dignitaries.
Fifteen Florida high school
bands will march in the parade
Friday, Oct. 17, parade chairman
Layton Mank reported yesterday.
Featured with the bands will be
floats, civic club entries, Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville Shriners units, a 155 mm ran.
non of atomic capacity, a Nike
guided missile from Ff. McPher McPherson,
son, McPherson, Ga # and a motorcade of vi visiting
siting visiting dignitaries.
The 1958 Homecoming Sweet Sweetheart!
heart! Sweetheart! will make her first offi official
cial official appearance in the parade,
riding on a float to be construct constructed
ed constructed by the Gainesville Chamber
of Commerce.
According to Mank, a student
from Greensboro, this years pa parade
rade parade Will be bigger than those
in the past.
Still Time To Enter
There is still time, Mank said,
for organisations wishing to enter
to do so. Application blanks are
available at the information booth
in the Florida Union.
The Interfratemity Council,
sponsor of the parade, chose as
judges Agnes Borgia, associate
professor of art; Circuit Judge
John A. H. Murphree and Dr. F.
W, Parvin, assistant to President
J. Wayne Reitz.
Judging is based on movement
of the float, originality in con construction
struction construction and design, effectiveness
in carrying out the theme Ga Gators
tors Gators Meet for a Festival Treat,"
appropriateness With the spirit
of Homecoming and audience re reaction
action reaction The judges stand will be
located away from any fraternity
house because of the last qualifi qualification.
cation. qualification. 1
Trophies will be awarded to the
first three places in four divisions.
The divisions are: blue and orange
league, sororities,. and general
campius organizations.
Two hundred seats are to be
erected at Buchholz Jr., High
School for honored guests invited
by Florida Blue Key.
Tfaiffic will be re-routed by the
Gainesville Police Department.
Hub Dance Set
tor Homecoming
Focal point of the annual Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming semi formal dance at
th Student Service Center Oct.
18, from 8 so 12 p.m., is to be
the presentation of trophies to the
Horn dooming Sweetheart and her
court.
The first and second floors of
the Hub will feature separate
entertainment. The Commodores
from Tallahassee, an eleven piece
band with singer Sandi Beskino,
will provide the dance music on
the sfcond floor.
At the same time the Quintones
a five pice band with Neal Fer Ferrin
rin Ferrin on the Viberphones, will enter entertain
tain entertain on the first floor.
Norris Will Emcee
Bob Norris, WDVH Top Forty
disc jockey, will emcee the award
presentations to the Homecoming
Sweetheart and her court, and e]
so independent house, and float
decoration avfirds for unusual
floats in the HomecoanShg parade.
Marie Tremontana will begin
the evenings entertainment with a
modem dance routine. The Cava Cavalier
lier Cavalier sweetheart and the sweetheart
of thp cavalettes are also slated
to make an appearance
According to Prank Schmidt,
Homecoming dance chairman, a
limited number of tickets at three
dollars a couple may be purchas purchased
ed purchased through the Cavalier or Cav Cavalette
alette Cavalette members.
'Good Earth' Featured
at Week's Union Movia
An Academy Award winning
classic, The Good Earth, Mil
b shown tonight at 7 and p m.
and Saturday at 7 pm. in the
Florida Union Auditorium.
.Based on Pearl Buck* Pulitzer
Prize novel, the film stars Paul
Muni and Luise Rainer. Admis Admis.
. Admis. aion Is 15 cents.
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the FLORIDA ALLIGATOR

The provision allowing women
students to wear Bermuda shorts
went into effect last May 15, on
a trial basis. Women students are
urged to obey regulations. The
following passage is printed ex exactly
actly exactly as it appears in Article XI,
Section A, B and C of the Wom Women
en Women Students Assciations Consti Constitution.
tution. Constitution.
Ben iuda shorts may be won
everywhere on campus including
the classroom, Library, Cafeteria,
and Student Service Center. With
Bermuda shorts, sport blouses
anti sandals or sport shoes should
be worn at all "mes in public
areas. General appearance shall
be neat and in good taste.
No Slim Jims
Slim jkns, pedal pushers and
slacks may be worn only in the
recreation rooms and Coed Club.
They are not to be worn anywhere
else on campus.
Knit or elastic sports clothes,
Jamaica shorts or sport shorts
may not be worn in any public
area.
Linda Dickinson, vice president
of W.S.A., told the Alligator that,
Coeds may not wear sweaters
with Bermuda shorts. This ex excludes
cludes excludes all sweaters. Grew necks
and cardigans may not be worn.
At the last W.S.A meeting four
judiciary appoin. ents were
made. New appointees are: Jun Junior
ior Junior Class, Laura Coe and Gail
Goodman; Sophomore Class, Lin Linda
da Linda Fischer and Marilyn Cox,
Dean Brady suggested at th
meeting that the term Communi Communications
cations Communications be substituted for the
previously used Publicity Com*
mittee. The suggestion was ac accepted.
cepted. accepted.
Welcome Week Successful
Welcome Week Chairman, Cin Cindy
dy Cindy Canning, said that the period
which acquaints freshman and
transfer coeds with campus life,
has been successful.
W. S. A. Committee chairman
are a follows: Judiciary, Bever Beverly
ly Beverly Boales; Elections, Dawn Gross Grossman;
man; Grossman; Budget, Bunny Sunday; Cal Calendar,
endar, Calendar, Sibbie Kotkin; Homecom Homecoming
ing Homecoming Alumni Sign up. Pat Ad Ad(Continued
(Continued Ad(Continued On Page FIVE)
Albert's Friends
Gone From Pen
The little alligator which was
mysteriously placed in Alberts
pen about three weeks ago has
disappeared.
Both gators" and a turtle
were present and accounted for
last Friday when L. W. Mel Melvin,
vin, Melvin, plants jyid grounds fore
man, cleaned the pen.
Saturday when Melvin return returned
ed returned to feed them, Albert's little
pal was gone.
Albert positively is not respon responsible
sible responsible for the bttle gators dis disappearance,
appearance, disappearance, according to Mel Melvin.
vin. Melvin. He thinks that perhaps
those who put him there decid decided
ed decided they wanted him back. Nev Nevertheless,
ertheless, Nevertheless, the uninvited guest
has apparently completed Ms
visit with us.
According to 8G Presided,
Tom Biggs, the Gators removal
was not sanctioned by his of office.
fice. office.

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Gator Growl emcee H. T. tjutcu Shumate. gsr (center; goes over the list of talent for the
Growl with Production Assistant Art Chalker (left) and Growl Chairman Dick Bui k (right) at the tal talent
ent talent judging Monday night.

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A Queen is Crowned
Jubilant Adelaide Few holds the Mrs. University of Florida
trophy she won Wednesday night as she Is crowned by last years
winner, Mrs. Barbara Franklin. Sponsored in the contest by the
Law Dames, Mrs. Few Is an English teacher at Westwood Junior
High School.

Adelaide Few Selected
Mrs. University of Fla.

By JIM JOHNSTON
Gator Btaff Writer
Adelaide Few, a pert WBwn
eyed junior high school teacher,
was crowned Mrs. University of
Florida Wednesday night.
If it hadn't been for the chil children
dren children in the balcony, I dont know
what I would have done; wss
the Tampa born winners first
comment after being crowned Mrs.
University of Florida for 1958.
Mrs. Few apparently was re referring
ferring referring to her Westwood Junior
High pupils, who were among the
first to congratulate the newly
crowned beauty.
A former Miss University of
Florida in 1957, Mrs. Few was
sponsored by the Law Dames
Faith Robison placed second in
the contest. Mrs. Robison was
sponsored by Phi Gamma Delta
and is employed a secretary for
the Agricultural Extension Divi Division.
sion. Division.
Placing third in the contest was
Judy Mathis, Mrs. Mathis was
sponsored by Alpha Omicorn Pi
and is employed as typist for the
Physics Department.
First Seen in Bathing Suits
The 27 contestants were first
presented in bathing suits. A few
minutes later they reappeared in
cocktail dresses.
Out of the 27 contestants, 10
were selected for the third phase
of the program.
The third phase of the program
consisted in asking each contestant
a question on what she would do
or how she would react to dif different
ferent different situat : ons.
Out of this group five were se selected
lected selected for thq final event.
This event demonstrated the
homemaking ability of the five fi finalists,
nalists, finalists, as they were required to
make up a bed. Time and poise
in making up the bed played a
major role in the selection of the
winner.
Bob Norris local disc jockey

was master of ceremonies for the
event. L. W. Beckman and Ray
Parrish provided entertainment.
Judges for the contest were:
Eugene Grissom, Miss Agnes Bor Borgia,
gia, Borgia, Lee Fennell, Miss Perry
Schaffner, Dr. Bruce Thomason
and Miss Virginia Hofmann.
Contestants Listed
Other contestants and their
sponsors were: Gwen Aldredge,
Journalism Dames; Ann Allen,
(Continued On Page FIVE)
Tomorrow Ends
Formal Rushing;
Coeds Given Bids
Sorority silence will end tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow at 10 a.m. when bids will be
extended rushees by the 12 nation national
al national sororities on campus.
Diane Kling, Panhellenic rush
chairman, explained that rushees
may pick up their invitations be between
tween between 10 and 11 a.m. tomorrow in
room 128 of the Administration
Building.
Rushees are expected to go di directly
rectly directly to their sorority houses
from the Ad Building, Diane
said, The sorority girls will be
waiting for them.
Membership quota for all soror sororities
ities sororities was raised to 65 this year
due to the increased number of
coeds participating in rush this
semester. Sorority quotas are es established
tablished established through the Panhellenic
Council and the office of Dean of
Women Mama Brady to distri distribute
bute distribute the number of sorority open openings
ings openings in proportion to the number
of coeds going through rush.
Definite dates for informal rush
have not been set as vet by Pan Panhellenic.
hellenic. Panhellenic. All girls who have sign signed
ed signed up for formal rush are auto automatically
matically automatically eligible for informal
rush.

Liberty Party Sweeps
V ; 1 ;, :i I I ; |
Fall Class Elections

Decorations
Take Shape
As HC Nears
By AL ALSOBROOK
Construction scaffolding
being set up in front of var various
ious various University of Florida
fraternity houses means just
one thing . Homecoming
is just around the corner.
Even though plans for the big
weekend Oct. 17-18 have been
going on since last spring, the
scaffolding and other construction
work are the first signs that the
12,304 members of the student
body are preparing for the cele celebration.
bration. celebration.
House Decorations chairman
Carolyn Smith of Jacksonville, has
announced that twelve judges
have been selected to judge the
Homecoming decorations.
For the Orange League Com Competition
petition Competition the judges will be: Mrs.
lola Hill Patton, Assistant Profes Professor
sor Professor of Art; Wiley James Till Tillman,
man, Tillman, Assistant Professor of
Architecture; and Dr. Willie Mack
Dugger, associate plant physio physiologist.
logist. physiologist.
Mrs. Hale To Judge
Blue League judges will be: La Lamar
mar Lamar Sara, past president of the
Alumni Association and prominent
Jacksonville attorney; Raymer
F. Maguire Jr president of the
Alumni Association; and Mrs. Les Lester
ter Lester L. Hale, wife of the Dean of
Men.
Bill Benson, an alumni of the
University; Dr. Thomas Herbert,
professor of English; and Dr. Al Alma
ma Alma Johnson Sarret, assistant
professor os Speech at the Uni University
versity University will serve as judges for
the General University Dormit Dormitory
ory Dormitory Division.
Sorority judges will include:
Bob Davenport, assistant oro orogram
gram orogram director of the Florida Un Union;
ion; Union; Frank Blair Reeves, assist assistant
ant assistant professor of architecture; and
Miss Kathryn R. Dantzler, direc director
tor director of the Gainesville Clinical Lab.
Miss Smith, in announcing the
judges, said that the judges this
yea.' will be people who are used
to the imaginative and creative
approach to problems.
Originality Stressed
She also stressed that the, ori originality
ginality originality and imagination demon demonstrated
strated demonstrated in the finished decorations
will be far more important than
the technical excellence of their
construction.
Miss Smith also announced the
following committee appointme its
to the house decorations commit committee;
tee; committee; Assistant Chairman Jack
Sites, Gainesville; Midge Dyal,
Jacksonville; Grady Step hens;
Gainesville; James Baur, Miami;
Terri Schoffner, South Charleston,
West Va.; and Ann Dezel, Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville.
Deadline for entries in the house
decorations competition is today.

28 Acts Vie hr Growl Positions

A total of 26 acts vied for a
place on tha Gator Growl program
Monday night during auditions
for the pep rallys field acts.
The auditions, held in the Uni University
versity University Auditorium, were judged
by Growl Chairman Dick Burk,
Production Coordinator Art Chal Chalker,
ker, Chalker, and Dutch Shulenberger,
Growl master of ceremonies.
According to Field Acts Chair Chairman
man Chairman Lynn Howie, talent selected
from this group will make up
approximately two.thirds of the
Growl's 90 minutes of entertain-1
ment. The acts will be run be- j
tween fraternity and sor ori t y
skits, which will last a total of
30 minutes.
Burk, announced that there will j
be no general theme connecting;
the acts, but that the program ;
win follow a vaudeville format.
Winners will be announced erty j
next week Howie said. All of the
acts were tape recorded for re review
view review by the judges before official
announcement.
Per Pre-Growl
In addition to those selected tor
Growl, five acts will be picked I
for pre Growl |
These will be picked by Pre-

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Cheers for the Team
Pert Cheerleader Barbara MackUn, *UC, tod a student crowd
in cheers at a pep rally Tuesday night. The bonfire affair was
a sendoff for the Gators before they journeyed to California for
the UCLA game.
Gators to Meet UCLA
In Grid Clash Tonight
By BAY LA FONTAINE
Gator Assistant Sports Editor
Floridas Fightin* Gators, making their longest road
trip since 1951, meet favored Pacific Coast Conference
member UCLA tonight, after having spent two weeks
mending injuries and preparing a defense against the
Bruins single wing attack. ]
Although seven of head coach

George Dickersons senior letter lettermen
men lettermen are eligible for only fi /e
consecutive games by ruling of
the near defunct PCC, UCLA
, Ul be at full strength against
the Outors,
The California school chose
their first five games to use the
eligible lettermen, and, as Flor
ida top honcho Bob Woodruff has
put it, UCLA will be fired up
with the seven seniors playing
their last home game and 24 let lettermen
termen lettermen helpin out.
Wallen, Letoka Stan
Most impressive of the eligible
Applications Taken for
Union Board Vacancies
Chairmanship applications for
Florida Union Board commit committees
tees committees are now being accepted.
AO students who are interested
may fill out an application In
room SIS of the Florida Union
by Wednesday, October 16.
The committees with chair chairmanship
manship chairmanship vacancies are Fine
Arts, Films and Forums. Inter Interviews
views Interviews will be held after an ap application
plication application la submitted.

WINNERS TO BE NAMED NEXT WEEK

Growl Chairman Dick Siefferman
after Growl talent is announced.
Burk stated he was well pleas pleased"
ed" pleased" with the audition turnout.
The talent seems even better
than last year Burk said; and
theres more to choose from.
Shulenberger echoed Burks praise
by stating the talent is equal
to the professionals on any night nightclub
club nightclub circuit.
Also to appear on the Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming eve program will be the
University Gator Band, and the
rock and roll band of Johnny Til Tillotson.
lotson. Tillotson. which currently has two
records, Dreamy Eyes and
Well, Im Your Man, on a na national
tional national survey of most popular mu music,
sic, music, Tillotson is a UF student.
Those auditioning, and their
acts, were: Morris Eddy, singing
saw; Rita Slaght and Kathi Bo Bowen,
wen, Bowen, precision dance; Richard
Ctook, guitar and vocalist; Joe
Dust, comedian; Bill Desmond and
Kathy McGinty, modern dancers;
Steve Unger and Donald," ven ventriloquist;
triloquist; ventriloquist; Jim White and Bob
O'Steen, harmonica guitar duet;
Duck Smith and a fivejjiecs rock
and roll combo; R. Lex Dtlworth,
novelty instrumental;

starters are left end Dick Wallen,
consensus All American in 1957,
and right tackle Bill Leeka, voted
All Coast last year.
The latter, and 206-pound right
tackle Jim Wallace have been call called
ed called the best pair of tackles the
late Red Sanders ever coacheJ.
Although contained by Oregon
Stats Colleges stout defense las)
Saturday, the Bruins displayed a
wealth of fine tailbacks in Don
Long, Bill Kilmer, and Kirk Wil Wilson.
son. Wilson. UCLA threatened to break
loose all afternoon and was ham hampered
pered hampered mainly by OBC pass inter interceptions,
ceptions, interceptions, as interpreted from the
Associated Press.
Line Strong and Deep
Pre season leads on the Uclans
reported more team speed and
better rushing backs than in re recent
cent recent years, with a line not im impressively
pressively impressively large but of good phy physical
sical physical strength and depth.
Before the Orange and Blue
boarded the 88-seat charter plane
yesterday morning at 8:80, It had
been announced that sophomore
fullback Clive Yates and first
(Continued Ob Page EIGHT)

Barbara Taylor, vocalist; Marie
Tramontana, acrobat; Tom Pit Pitcher,
cher, Pitcher, and combo, ukulele vocal
group; The Waste rn Cowgirls,
baton-twirling group from Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville High School; Hillel Founda
tlons Israeli Dance Troop;
Judy Cannon, vocalist: Jim
Samuel, vocalist; Thomas A.
Prevoet Jr., vocalist; Jim Rode Roderick,
rick, Roderick, accordlanist; Margaret Mary
Brown and partner, panomime
dance; Terry Sneeringer, vocalist;
Elisabeth Blodget, vocalic-
John Crane, harmonica; Sheila
inner, calypso dancer; Mehdi
Blourtchi, vocalist; Mrs. Mary
Johnston, Charleston dancer; %
rock and roll guitar group; Joyce
Maurer, hula dancer; and Louise
Bing, modern jass calypso dancer.
Besides Howie, those on the field
act committee are Dan Wilson,
Mike Craft and Bob Moxley, all
of Georgia Seagle Hall; and Ward
Hadley, Sigma Hu.
Members of the Gator Growl
Committee are: Edward Nolan, as assistant
sistant assistant chairman of the C. and
C.; William Norris Jr., chair chairman
man chairman of the C. and C.; Thomas
(Continued On Page FIVE)

serving
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of florida

Eight Paget This Edition

Only Block Loss
Is Singer Upset
For HC Position
By DAVE HAMILTON
Gator Staff Writer
In a surprising upset ye*
terday to an otherwise pre predictable
dictable predictable election outcome*
Donald Singer, an Indepeiv Indepeivdent,
dent, Indepeivdent, defeated Liberty Can Candidate
didate Candidate Lynne Morris, by ai
41-38 vote for the Honod
Court seat from the Archi Architecture
tecture Architecture and Allied Art*
school.
Bob Moxley, Liberty Party aosn*
inee, won the election for the only
contested class office, president <4
the Sophomore Class, by a sub*
stantial margin over the two op opposing
posing opposing independent candidate!
Thursday.
Moxley received 390 votes, Sta*
wart Parsons (Ind.) 157 votes,
and Junior Thompson (Ind.) 38
votes.
Only 1,T20 UF students turned
out to vote Thursday. Unofficial
reports disclosed an obvious vie vietory
tory vietory for the Liberty Party candi candidates
dates candidates in the few offices which
were challenged.
In the unopposed Freshman
class election, Liberty Party mem members
bers members took the election unchalleng unchallenged.
ed. unchallenged. J. Russell Gray, (534 votes)
president of the Freshman Class,
Bard Crawford, (530 votes) vice vicepresident,
president, vicepresident, and Allen Garett (521
votes) secretary-treasurer.
Liberty party candidates Her Herbert
bert Herbert Wollowick (489 votes) vice vicepresident
president vicepresident of the Sophomore class
and Jack Cooperman, (494 votes)
secretary treasurer, were unop unopposed.
posed. unopposed.
Unopposed Liberty party mem members
bers members for Junior Class offices are
Bill Gautier, (224 votes) presi president,
dent, president, Bill Hollingworth, (248),
vice-president, Frank Rear (244),
secretary-treasurer.
Harold Lewis, (174 votes) pre president
sident president of the Senior Class, Dan
Cone, (174 votes) vice president,
and Maryann Phillips, (175 votes)
secretary-treasurer, occupied the
unopposed Senior Class offices.
In the Law School election to
the Honor Court seat, Emmet An Anderson
derson Anderson (78 votes), edged out hie
opponents Tom Henkel (42 votes)
and Robert Melton (82 votes).
Satire, Parody
Set For Peel
Fewer shady stories and ob obscene
scene obscene jokes and mor? satire and
parody will grace this years
Orange Peel under the direction at
editor Dave Raney,
Raney, former staff member of
the Ohio State Sun Dial, lashed
out at previous censorship eon eonfilets
filets eonfilets between the Peel and th
Board of Student Publications.
Most Florida students have a
warped idea of what college hu humor
mor humor magazines are and should
be, he stated.
The Ft. Lauderdale senior ad added
ded added that many of the leading col college
lege college humor magazines in tfbo
country are of such quality that
no student would be ashamed to
show a copy to his parents.
Members of the Peel staff are
planning a four issue program
for the year. The general format
will include one aatire issue and
three regular humor editions, Con.
tents will include jokes, features,
and cartoons. Raney noted that
the art work in future issues
should be more attractive due to
the numberof artists on the staff.
Distribution date for the first
issue of the Peel has been set
for the first or second week of
November, pending the accept acceptance
ance acceptance of bids for printing. Operat Operating
ing Operating at present without a budget,
the Peels budget of |1,830 for
the first issue is to be read to
the Exec Council Tuesday.
A boost was given the some sometimes
times sometimes shaky future of th Peel
by the recent contract mad# with
| intercollegiate Publications of
New York. The Peel was selected
to be among 37 humor magazine*
from various colleges in the na nation,
tion, nation, including Yals, Princeton*
Dartmouth, and Harvard, to be
distributed in many northeastern
colleges having no humor publi publications
cations publications
Raney stated, *Tbis national
recognition means a lot for the
Peel and a lot for the University.



HAS STUDENT AND FACULTY MEMBERS

Idea Group Brainstorm for HC

By GARRY SOUTHERLAND
Gator Staff Writer
This year a Promotion Policy
Committee, organized by Dave
Raney, and populated by seven
students and seven faculty mem members,
bers, members, met for a brainstorming
session. "Its still in the "ideas
realm, says Dave Raney, but
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from the results theyve produced
one ie tempted to ait back and
gasp.
Committee members are, from
the faculty tide, Hugh W. Cunn Cunningham,
ingham, Cunningham, from the journalistic pre preserve,
serve, preserve, architects Vernon S.
Hodges and Wiley J. Tillman, Jr.,
Housing Resident Commissioner
Joel M. Saveli, and English
profeecor Dr. Richard B. Vowies.
Students on the committee are
Dave Raney, chairman. Paul Paulline
line Paulline Bauman, Promotion Booklet
creator; Roger De Rosier.
Bob Park, assistant Homecom Homecoming
ing Homecoming chairman for promotion; Art
Chalker, Growl Production coordi coordinator;
nator; coordinator; Fern Totty, brochure chair
man; Caroline Smith; and Otis
Bronson.
Some "Brainstorms Are
The optional theme of Festi Festivals
vals Festivals Then and When leave
the possibilities wide open; Any Anything
thing Anything from a Greek Wine Festival,
Wedding in the Ozarks, to an Es Eskimo
kimo Eskimo fertility rite will be fine
and d-ndy.
The Life and Learning Exhibit
will be in the main lobby of the
library. Twelve displays repre representing
senting representing the various colleges, will

concentrate on color, sound and
movement.
Eve., thing from an island dis display
play display to a small scale sub-critical
nuclear reactor (idea how to
avoid the post weekend hang hangover;
over; hangover; press a button and blow
the place to the nth powers). This
exhibit will be open to the public
from Friday through Monday and
promises to be one of the high
points of the weekend.
The Plaza Alumni Center
structure, forty feet high, will be
located in the Plaza of the Am Americas.
ericas. Americas. Surrounding it will be
booths for the various colleges at
which the returning alumni can
register and tank up on fresh
orange juice, coffee and donuts.
You cant miss it "HC SB
is blazoned across the sides in less
than subtle shades of orange and
blue.
The promotion booklet, which
has been a great help to every everyone
one everyone involved in SB Homecoming,
tells you who, how, why, where,
and when. Someone deserves the
Congressional medal for this.
Colleg' to Humor Emphasised
As for the floats and house de decorations,
corations, decorations, the emphasis will be
on collegiate humor; those lovely
uninhibited jibes you cant say
at any other time! Lets not
make it another Tournament ol
Roses. This Year Gators absolute absolutely
ly absolutely must NOT munch on Commo Commodores!
dores! Commodores! At least, not theme-wise.
Remember Roger De Rosier, the
originator of those fabulous silk
screens for last Springs Sports
Car Rally? Hes got some more
brain children, splattered all over
campus, directing all and sundry
to all events of interest.
For those daring explorers
who like to Do It Yourself down
to the last detail, the self-guided
tour booklets are Just the thing.
The booklet gives places of inter interest,
est, interest, their location and bits of
interesting data about it. Anyone
who g ts lost with one of these
just isnt trying.
The plans for sending the HC
sweetheart finalists on tour of
Central Florida via Radio-Prehs-
TV was another idea which rose
from the cloud of creative brain brainstorming
storming brainstorming during the committee
meeting.
The committee evolved from a
suggestion of Don Bollings, who
wanted a bunch of trouble shooters
he could toss the HC dilemmas
to. And you see the result!
Law Honorary Schedules
Collins for Guest Speaker
Governor Leoy Collins will
be guest speaker at the Phi Al Alpha
pha Alpha Delta breakfast Saturday
morning at 7:45. The honorary
law fraternity has a past record
of outstanding speakers Includ Including
ing Including last years guest, Senator
Kennedy.
Approximately 860 students
and guests will attend the ga gathering
thering gathering which will be followed
by an alumni reunion and the
John Marshall Bar Associations
annual skits.
TV
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ment amassment at me cold weather garb of Vero Beach coed Terry Hamm,
SAS, during last week's cold spell In Gainesville.

Violence and Romance
Highlight Movie Screens

By 808 JEROME
Gator Staff Writer
Various ports of call Africa,
France, India bring violence
and romance to the screen this
week.
The explosive story of two Gls
in love with a girl living a se secluded
cluded secluded life is presented in Kings
Go Forth, continuing through
Saturday at the State. Frank Sin Sinatra
atra Sinatra vows vengeance when Tony
Curtis plays fast and loose with
Natalie Woods affections.
Moulin Rouge, the film clas classic
sic classic on Toulouse Lautrec, makes a
return appearance at the State
Sunday through Tuesday. Jose
Ferrer portrays the malformed
painter who wins success but los loses
es loses at love. Award winning Di Director
rector Director John Huston is credited
with making this movie a color colorful
ful colorful portrait of Paris in the 1880s.
Wilcox To Talk
At Army Seminar
Professor Donald B. Wilcox of
the College of Engineering has
accepted the invitation of Major
General H. H. Hinrichs, Chief of
the Army Ordnance Corps, to ad address
dress address the Top Management Semi Seminar
nar Seminar to be held Friday, October 10
at the Rock Island, Illinois, Ar Arsenal.
senal. Arsenal.
This seminar is part of the pro program
gram program of the Ordnance Manage Management
ment Management Engineering Training Agen Agency
cy Agency which is charged with the re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility of training Ordnance
Corps personnel in the use and
application of management en engineering
gineering engineering techniques. Enrollment
is generaly limited to high rank ranking
ing ranking military and eareer civil ser service
vice service employes.
Roccoforrora To Talk
To Bus. Ad. College
Dr. Giuseppe M. F. di Rocca Roccaferrera
ferrera Roccaferrera of Turin. Italy, will oe
lecturer for the coming year in
the College of Business Adminis Administration,
tration, Administration, announces Dean Donald
J. Hart.
An instructor for IS years and
a specialist in management. Dr.
di Roccaferrera will lecture on
business policy while on campus.
At the graduate and faculty Sem Seminar,
inar, Seminar, Oct. 2, he discussed, "Input-
Output Analysis and Linear Pro Programming.
gramming. Programming.

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Those who enjoy MAD comics
will enjoy the zany situations in
Blue Murder at Saint Trinians,
scheduled Wednesday 'd Thurs Thursday
day Thursday for the State. This British
im-'-'-t deals with schoolgirls
known as "female fiends in hu human
man human form. On a tour of Europe,
their merry mayhem upsets in international
ternational international relations in true MAD
fashion.
The State midnighter for Satur Saturday
day Saturday is Alfred Hitchcocks "The
Man Who Knew To Much with
James
A tense, actionful story of the
North African campaign is provi provided
ded provided in Tank Force, playing
through Saturday at the Florida.
Victor Mature and Leo Genn
spark the action by escaping from
a desert prison camp into the
battle scarred desert.
Tiger Hunt
"Harry Black and the Tiger
opens Sunday at the Florida. Ste Stewart
wart Stewart Granger i the intrepid hun hunter
ter hunter who tracks down a man-eat man-eating
ing man-eating tiger in India. Granger also
indulges in the equally danger dangerous
ous dangerous sport of wooing his friends
wife (Barbara Rush).
After demoralizing the Air For Force
ce Force In "No T7me for Sergeants,
Andy Griffith joins s he Coast
Guard in "Onionhead. This com comedy
edy comedy hit is scheduled Wednesday
for the Florida. Andys misadven misadventures
tures misadventures include Felicia Farr and Er Erin
in Erin OBrien.
One of this years big pictures.
The Barbarian and the Geisha,
is due soon at the Florida. John
Wayn e stars as the first ambas ambassador
sador ambassador to Japan.
Reception Slated
To Hail Columbus
Columbus Day, commemorating
the first landfall Columbus made
on his journey to the new world
will be recognized here Monday
when the School of Inter Amer American
ican American Studies will sponsor a re reception
ception reception from 4:30 to 5:30 in John Johnson
son Johnson Lounge of the Florida Union.
Columbus Day is celebrated in
the United States and throughout
the Latin American Countries
where it is called Dia de La
Raga. A reception is sponsored
annually on that day by the School
of Inter American Studies for
students, staff members, and
friends, who have an interest in'
Latin America.

Announcer Has
The Last Laugh
On a Dead Mike
This is your Companion of
good listening, from the high
fidelity voice of Florida-WRUF
FM, Gainesville, new announc announcer
er announcer Frank Blodgett articulat articulated
ed articulated carefully, but nervously. This
was his second live broad broadcast;
cast; broadcast; he didnt want to goof.
Everything was working ac according
cording according to the precise timing
he had planned and practiced practicedto
to practicedto the split second. But the six
pages of script seemed to rattle
noisily, defiantly, in his hands
and until then he hadnt realiz realized
ed realized how difficult it was to watch
the clock, the volume indicator
and read his script at the same
time.
The watching, more experienc experienced
ed experienced eyes of the assistant chief
announcer seemed to penetrate
his back.
Promptly at 7:30 p.m., as the
second hand marked the exact
instant, Blodgett announced,
The time is now 7 p.m. .
But the new announcer had the
last laugh someone had for forgotten
gotten forgotten to throw a switch or two.
The station transmitter was still
duplicating broadcasting
WRUFs AM program.
Blodgett hadnt been on the
air all evening.
USF President
To Speak At
HC Breakfast
Thanks for the Sputniks will
be the topic of guest speaker Dr.
John S. Allen at the Phi Delta
Phi. honorary legal fraternitys
Homecoming Breafast, 8 a.m.,
Oct. 18, in the University Cafe Cafete-!'v.
te-!'v. Cafete-!'v.
Allen, former vice president
and acting president of the Uni University
versity University of Florida, is president of
the University of South Florida,
Tampa. Educator and administra administrator,
tor, administrator, he received his A. B. from
Earlham College, bis M. A. from
University of Minnesota and his
Ph.D. from New York University.
Hs experience in the field of
science includes membership in
the Franklin Institute Solar Ec Eclipse
lipse Eclipse Expedition and the board of
trustees of Ducley Observatory.
Honored guests at the law fra fraternity
ternity fraternity breakfast will be W. Tho Thomas
mas Thomas Rice, president of Atlantic
Coastline Railroad: O. B. McEw McEwan,
an, McEwan, president of the Florida Bar
Association; Stephen OConnell,
chief justice of Florida Supreme
Court; Campbell Thomal, justice
of Florida Supreme Court, and
C. Farris Bryant, guest speaker
in 1957.
Allen will be introduced by Dr.
J. Wayne Reitz, president of the
University of Florida. Homecom Homecoming
ing Homecoming Breakfast Committee includes
Chairman G. L. Reeves Jr., Por Porter
ter Porter L. Peaden, Jr. and Maurice
Paul. Tom Sale, Jr. is Phi Delta
Phi president.
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ARE INVITED TO
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The Florida Alligator, Fri., Oct. 10, 1958

Religious Centers Will [Provide
Interesting Discussion Topics

By JEAN CARVER
Gator Staff Writer
Discussion topics from the var various
ious various centers this week provide in interesting
teresting interesting reading courtship, va varied
ried varied aspects of theology, and
Zionism to name a few.
Presbyterian students get the
fortitude award this week. Lacy
Harwell, newly appointed minis minister
ter minister of students, is leading a Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday seminar at 8:30 a.m. This
should make all the 7:40 crowd
a bit gayer. Harwell describes the
purpose of the early hour as a
way to separate the Sheep from
the lambs, boys from the men,
or what have you.
Larson Replaces
Murphree In
Dept. Os Music
Verle R. Larson was recently
appointed interim Instructor of
Music at the University, accord according
ing according to an announcement from Dr.
Robert 8. Bolles, head of the Uni Universitys
versitys Universitys Department of Music.
Larson has taken over duties of
the late Claude L. Murphree as
instructor of organ. Murphree was
Organist for JO years prior to his
death last summer in an automo automobile
bile automobile accident.
Prior to coming to the Universi University
ty University of Florida, Larson was instruc instructor
tor instructor of organ at Drake University.
Chiring the Korean conflict he was
post and chapel organist at Fort
Riley, Kansas.
Larson is a member of Phi Mu
Alpha Sinfonia and PI Kappa Lam Lambda
bda Lambda honorary music fraternities,
and Omicron Delta Kappa honor*
ary leadership fraternity. He
holds Bachelor of Music and Mas Master
ter Master of Music degrees from Drake
University.
Works for organ, ehorus, vocal
ensemble, woodwind quintet and
other combinations are included
among Larsons compositions.
The new organists first concert
on the campus will be Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, Nov. 12 at 8:15 p.m. in the
University Auditorium. No admis admission
sion admission will be charged for the con concert
cert concert which is open to the public.
Bird Study Hikt
Scheduled For Sunday
The second of a series of bird
study hikes scheduled for this
fall season will begin at the
Seagle Building at f:ls a.m.,
Sunday, October It.
Dr. Gene Mounts of the Uni University
versity University of Florida Department
of English Is the leader, and all
interested persons are cordially
invited to participate. Return to
town will be effected by nine
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A student panel will present a
program, The Christian Lie, at
the Presbyterian Center Sunday
evening. Supper will be served at
5:15.
Lutherans Hold Discussion
Lutheran students will be dis.
cussing Lutheran heritage, litur liturgy,
gy, liturgy, music, and theology Sunday
night at S:SO.
Dr. Ehrmann will continue his
series, Courtship and Man, at
Canterbury at 7:30 p.m. Sunday.
The religious drama group will
meet each Thursday night at 9:30
at Canterbury. ,
Activities at the Baptist Stud Student
ent Student Center are the same this
week coffee on Sunday morn morning
ing morning from 9 to 9:30, followed by
Sunday School and church. Supper
will be served at 5:45 with Train Training
ing Training Union n#.d Church later.
Dean Frank Adams will lead
the forum discussion at 7 p.m.
Sunday at the Wesley Foundation,
17ie Responsibilities of a Stud Student.
ent. Student. The council will meet at 5
p.m.
Hillers schedule for tonight in includes
cludes includes the 7:30 worship service,
followed by On eg Shabbat and
group discussion. A discussion,
Theodore Hertzel and Zionism,
led by Dr. Block will follow the
brunch at 1 p.m. on Sunday. The
council meets at 8:30 on Sunday
evening.
Classified
SPORTS CAR RACES
Dunnellon Airport
Sat. A Sun. Nov. 15th and 16th
7 RACES SUNDAY
All Classes
Dunnellon, Florida
* r IF YOU can play an actordlort*
violin, or piano and would likq
to play for a small party after
local football games, call H. S.
Anderson 2-1427 or 8-6709 after
five.
LOST: One Pi Beta Phi sorority
pin; gold arrow with emeralds
in the shaft. My name and Flor Florida
ida Florida Gamma are on back of ar arrow.
row. arrow. Enormous sentimental va value,
lue, value, so if found please return to
Garry Sutherland, 1004 Broward
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FR 2-9255. Reward,
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The Florida Alligator, Oct. 10, 1958

Players Need Help
For Year's First Show

Florida Players needs person personnel
nel personnel to work on the stage crew and
to sell tickets and usher for their
first production of the year, Star
Wagon by Maxwell Anderson.
Positions open in the stage crew
are construction, costumes and
properties. Anyone interested
should call University extension
426 or go to Room 842, Adminis Administration
tration Administration Bldg.
"Star Wagon" will be given Oct.
24, 25, 27j and 28.
Three piore plays are planned
for this year. Pirandellos Right
You Are (If You Think You Are)
will be presented this semester.
Blood Wedding by Garcia Lor Lorca
ca Lorca and The Cheat of Scapan by
Moliere a r scheduled for second
semester.
Performances are given in Nor Norman
man Norman Hall! Auditorium Student ad admission
mission admission ih by presentation of I D.
cards.
Florida Players is associated
with the Naonal Collegiate Play Players.
ers. Players. To become a member of the
local group, a student must earn

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University of Florida Sophomore Andy Latford,
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her good turn for the day. Tired of being teased
about his toy car by Gainesville Boys Club members,
where he served as volunteer worker Latford design designed
ed designed the wind up key and placed it conspicuously on
his Volkswagen. Latford, a physics major, admits the
key hasnt replaced gasoline. (UF Photo).
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35 poina. One point is earned per
six hwrs work with Players. Po Points
ints Points are earned through acting or
working with any phase of the
production or stage crews.
Florida Players keys are pres presented
ented presented to members who earn 60
points.
Students interested in becoming
Florida Playeis may b e members
of the Apprentice Players while
earning their 35 points if they
wish. In addition to working with
Florida Players on all their pro productions,
ductions, productions, Apprentice Players stage
a one act pay each semester.
This years officers of Florida
Playera are Loug Fields, presi president;
dent; president; Ron Dobrin, vice president;
Frances Hill, secretary treasur treasurer;
er; treasurer; and Laurel Gordon, historian.
Other members are Ralph
Swanson, A1 Lewis, Mary Gools Goolsby,
by, Goolsby, Joan Uranker, George Chil Chillag,
lag, Chillag, Carl Abbot, Bill Gross and
Bunny Rosenson.
Dr. Leland Zimmerman is ad advisor.
visor. advisor.

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Coeds Take a Study Break
A group of coeds take advantage of the new air-conditioned cafeteria located at Rollins Hall.
The modern Food Service addition is a perfect place for the girls to meet their dates or to just sit
and take a coffee and gab break.

Arts & Sciences
offers degrees
in 25 fields
An education in the classic stu studies
dies studies or preparation for a pro professional
fessional professional school or college is of offered
fered offered students in the College of
Arts and Sciences.
This college was the first edu educational
cational educational branch of the University
of Florida when it opened in 1853
in Ocala as the East Florida Sem Seminary.
inary. Seminary.
Now, 106 yeans later, it offers
the bachelors degree in 25 fields,
the masters in 17, mid a Ph.D.
in 12.
In addition to the bachelor of
science, and bachelor of arts de degrees,
grees, degrees, the college offers a special
curriculum leading to a bache bachelor
lor bachelor of science in chemistry.
Because many students who
go into medicine, dentistry, and
other health science professions
do their undergraduate prepara preparation
tion preparation in Arts and Sciences, the Col College
lege College has a pre-professional Coun Counseling
seling Counseling Office in Room 12, Flint
Hall. The office keeps a file on
each student and supplies recom recommendations
mendations recommendations to the professional
college the student wishes to enter.
To graduate with a BA or BS
from the College a student must
have a reading knowledge of at
least one foreign language. The
Foreign Language Department is
constantly experimenting to make
their teaching methods as effec effective
tive effective as possible. French, German
and Spanish students spend sever several
al several hours a week listening to the
language spoke in laboratories
equipped with earphone sets. La Latin,
tin, Latin, Greek and Russian are also
offered the language students.
The bulk of the Arts and Sci Science
ence Science curriculum is concerned
with fundamental knowledge. It
is designed to give a student a li liberal
beral liberal education.
Engineering Domes
Sponsor Welcome
The Engineering Group of the
University Dames is sponsoring a
Welcoming Dessert for the wives
of all Engineering students and
Engineering graduate students
Sunday at the University Wom Womans
ans Womans Club from 7 to 9 p.m.
There will also be a welcoming
meeting held Tuesday in the Flor Florida
ida Florida Union Social Room at 8 p.m.
After the business meeting, re refreshments
freshments refreshments will be served in Bry Bryan
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'Sweetheart' Finalists Off Again;
Tour Three East Coast Cities

By AL ALSOBROOK
And away we go. . the fa familiar
miliar familiar quote goes, and nothing
could better describe whats m
store for the three Homecoming
Sweetheart finalist this weekend.
The trio will leave Saturday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon for another weekend of
television and public appearance
in Daytona Beach, Si. Augustine
and Jacksonville.
fa Daytona Beach the girls will
Card Section Set
For Homecoming;
Seats by Priority
There will be a card section at
the football games at Florida
Field beginning with the Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming game, according to Foot Football
ball Football Seating Committee Chairman
Harold McCart.
Seating in the card section will
be assigned on a priority basis,
with the various graduate level
organizations having first prefer preference,
ence, preference, followed by the Flavets, all
other married student organiza organizations,
tions, organizations, and the religious houses.
Any groups wishing to be seat seated
ed seated in the card section must apply
on the Monday before the game.
There will be no block seating
for the Georgia or Miami games
in Jacksonville. Students wishing
to obtain tickets to these games
may do so at Gate 8 on the west
side of the stadium by placing a
$2.00 deposit and presenting their
activity cards.

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appear on WESH-TV, Channel 2,
at 6:30 p.m. Saturday. It will be
a half hour show which has been
planned by WESH-TV as a Sa Salute
lute Salute to the University of Florida.
Also appearing on the show
will be Dr. Howard Teas, associ associate
ate associate professor of botany at the Uni University
versity University and supervisor of the Co Cobalt
balt Cobalt 60 Atomic Irradiator in op operation
eration operation at the University.
Part of the program will be
devoted to a discussion of the Uni Universitys
versitys Universitys progress in research in
Atomic Energy and the other
portion will be devoted to Home Homecoming.
coming. Homecoming.
While in Daytona the girls will
be guests of the Daytona Alumni
Club and will stay at Ellinor Vill Village.
age. Village.
Early Sunday morning the
group will drive to St. Augustine
for a quick tour of the Ancient
City, and then on to Jacksonville
for a 3 oclock television appear appearance
ance appearance on WFGA-TV, Channel 12.
This is the last of two weekend
publicity tours the girls have ta taken.
ken. taken. Last weekend the contest contestants
ants contestants visited Central and West
Coast Florida and made numerous
TV and personal appearances.
Traveling with the girls this
weekend will be Joan Cochran,
acting director of the Florida Un Union;
ion; Union; Steve Moran, Sweetheart
Contest Chairman, and Alvin Also Alsobrook,
brook, Alsobrook, Homecoming Publicity
Chairman.
When the three girls return to
Gainesville Sunday, they will
have nearly four days wait to
find out who will be this years
Homecoming Sweetheart. For Formal
mal Formal announcement will be made
Thursday afternoon, Oct. 16.

SOCIALLY SPEAKING

Away Game Quiets Weekend

By GRACE HINSON
Gator Society Editor
Sorority rushees pick up their
bids tomorrow morning, end ending
ing ending a record-breaking rush. Ap Approximately
proximately Approximately 740 coeds signed tip
for formal rushing this semester.
Another out -of town game
somewhat quietens the Greek par.
ty scene this weekend. Most of
the Greeks will be following the
UCLA game with listening parties.
The Sigma Chis will bring out
their hoops tonight for a hula hulahoop"
hoop" hulahoop" farty. A tubing party is
planned for tomorrow afternoon
and a hi-fi party will conclude
the day.
The Theta Chis are purchasing
their bombs for this coming week weekend.
end. weekend. They plan to use them for
tonights and tomorrow nights bat battles
tles battles (also known as record par parties).
ties). parties).
Miss Elizabeth Dyer, National
President of Chi Omega is visit visiting
ing visiting the Chi Os this weekend. A
luncheon will be given in the hub
for new pledges and Alumni to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow.
ATOs Use Basement
A basement record party will be
thrown at the ATO house tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow night. SPECIAL FEATURE
at the ATO house this week was
the banquet given by the Lees Leesburg
burg Leesburg agregation Tuesday Night.
The SAEs are listening-party listening-partying
ing listening-partying tonight. A Pajama party with
costumes is planned for tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow night
The Phi Delts begin their big
weekend with a martini party this
afternoon, followed by a harem
party this evening. To add to the
athenticity of the affair, each Phi
Delt will dress a a a sultan and
invite six dates to the party. Sea
Island, Georgia is the destina destination
tion destination of the Phi Delts and their
dates tomorrow. Chartered buses
will carry the V/king partiers
to Georgia and home again Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday.
DGs Welcome Frish
The DGs welcome transfer
Jackie Frish and Karen Stevens
from the University of North Da.
kota.
ISO Cuban Day
Slated Tonight
1.5.0. Cuban Day will be cele celebrated
brated celebrated today, the 90th year of the
proclamation of its Independence.
In order to commemorate this
occasion, the International Student
Organization will hold a party
tonight after their meeting.
The paty will be informal and
will be held at the Club Rendez Rendezvous
vous Rendezvous of the Florida Union at 8:30
p.m.

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The Snakes will have a listening
party tonight, followed by a
tubing party tomorrow afternoon
and a Florida first tomorrow
night: An indoor woods party,
complete with bushes, trees, sand
etc., from the great outdoors.
Pi Kappa Alpha will get this
evening underway with a com combination
bination combination listening party and de decorating
corating decorating party in preparation for
tomorrow nights blast. The blast
will be the Pikes annual Cecil
B. DeMille type production of
the Hawaiian Party. Featured
entertainment for the affair is the
nine piece Florida A and M dance
band.
The Phi Taus will take a break
from their homecoming prepara preparations
tions preparations to hold two parties this
weekend, a hi-fi party tonight and
a woods party tomorrow night,
with Mother Scott escorting mem members
bers members and their dates to the woods.
Election results in the Phi Tau
house are: Leonard Lyons, trea treasurer;
surer; treasurer; Herb Oliver, member of
the board of governors; George
Boyd, house manager; Jerry Jar Jarrell,
rell, Jarrell, Alumni secretary; John Wa Waterman,
terman, Waterman, pledge master; Mike Mil Miller,
ler, Miller, corresponding secretary; Bob
Zumbado, sargeant-at arms and
publicity chairman.
PM Mus, PM Delts Hum
The Phi Mus and Phi Delt's
socialized at a Hum party Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday.
The Kappa Sigs are giving a
dance social for thA DGs and their
new pledges tomorrow afternoon.
Little Johnny Ace will provide the
music. Li%nch and refreshments
will be served. The Kappa Sigs
will as they listen to the
game tonight.
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has planned a gala picnic and
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p.m. and return as late as possi possible.
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Initiation at the Delta Chi house
Sunday brought James McNally,
Ronald Humpheries and Raymond
Summy into the chapter. New Del Delta
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Steimnetz, Bruce Johnson, Jack
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When Bermuda shorts were yank yanked
ed yanked out of the reaJm of taboo and
into the realm of respectable comfort
last Spring, countless coeds heaved a
sigh of mass relief.
During the summer session life was
made more bearable by this amend amendment
ment amendment in the WSA clothing regula regulations.
tions. regulations.
There were, however, certain re reasonable
asonable reasonable restrictions; such as: Thou
shalt not wear gold spike heels with
Bermudas ; and Thou shalt not play
Mae West with those knit-jersey
blouses, etc.
The regulation stated specifically
that No knit wear may be worn with
Bermuda shorts. Fine. That was in
the late Spring.
Now, as Jack Frost runs his fingers
crackling down Floridas spine, it
develops that the cardigan sweater
(or any sweater, for that matter) is
considered knit wear. Ditto for knee
socks.
Now Bermudas are a joy to wear,
if hot always to behold. Asian flu is
neither a joy to have nor behold. Very

Another meaningless student elec election
tion election passed into history yesterday as
a few students ambled to the polls
to cast what werefor the most part
worthless votes.
Except for the Sophomore Class
presidential candidates and the stu students
dents students running for Honor Court seats
from the Schools of Law and Architec Architecture
ture Architecture and Allied Arts, all candidates
on the slate were assured of a win
before the polls were even opened
yesterday morning.
They were all unopposed.
The election is over, but" we can
learn by retrospect. Yesterdays farce
was simply the climax of a trend that
has been apparent on campus for the
past two yearsa trend toward less
and less interest and competition in
politics and campaigns.
And it is rather natural that the

SOUNDS

New Era Begins With 'Satchmo'

By RICHARD CORRIGAN'
When Louis Armstrong arrived
in Chicago to join King Olivers
band at the Royal Garden, an another
other another era of jazz was beginning.
The bands were getting bigger,
the arrangements more complex
the styles less blues like.
White musicians were chang changing
ing changing the New Orleans style into
Dixieland and adding the saxo saxophone
phone saxophone to the ensemble, and the
Twenties started to roar. Louis

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Editorials

Revise the Rules

Hope For A Change

and many other of the early
greats, joined these big bands
as ja-- became popular.
Then, in the thirties, Swing
was the rage. Its difficult to
define these styles, but I think >
Swing can b recognized by a
big, smooth sound with nlenty
of syncopation. Listen to Benny
Goodmans 1938 version of Sing
Sing Sing on Sams jukebox
and you'll get the idea. Swing
continued the trend away from

few winter skirts found their way into
the average Florida coeds returning
wardrobe. Cardigans, Bermudas, and
knee socks, however, did.
As rush goes into the some stretch,
and weary coeds burn the midnight
kerosene in order to cram all the
many necessities into one twenty twentyfour
four twentyfour hour packageflu looms on the
horizon.
Why side with the enemy by pro prohibiting
hibiting prohibiting cardigan sweaters?
Many things nowadays are broadly
classified as knit wear. In fact,
everything that isnt definitely wool,
dacron or cotton falls into this cate category.
gory. category.
As one startled coed remarked,
Wonder what they'll say about
underpants ?*'
Evidently the WSA is living bv the
letter rather than the spirit of the
law. The matter is under consider consideration.
ation. consideration.
In the meantime, you Arctic Annies
who can brave sunny Floridas frosty
advancesbreak out your cotton
blousesred tape shall rise again!

average student takes no interest in
the campaign when it is obvious to
him that the game is fixed ahead of
timewhen he realizes the looming
power of the bloc that happens to be
in power at the particular time and
especially when the majoritv of the
slate positions are unopposed.
The only hone for campus politics
at the Universitys lies in the splitting
apart of the machine and reintroduc reintroducing
ing reintroducing that nearly-forgotten campus
phenomenoncompetitive and hard
fought campaigns.
So lets hope that the five or six
months between now and the cam campus-wide
pus-wide campus-wide Spring elections will bring
a change in the political setup.
If it does, the campus will again
witness some real campaigning. Then,
onty then, will the casting of a vote
carry any meaning.

the ragged, intimate sounds of
New Orleans.
But many musicians felt
the improvisation and indivi individualism
dualism individualism necessary to jazz was
being lost in the roar of the big
bands. In Kansas City, little
groups sprang up that swung
but let each man have his say,
with all the modem refinements
while in Harlem, piano players
like the incomparable Thomas
J. Fats Waller were in the
limelight.
Finally a real rebellion took
place in the Forties when cats
like Charlie Parker and Dizzy
Gillespie gathered in Minton's
In New York City to play sounds
no one else could duplicate. Ma Many
ny Many factors World War n, ra racial
cial racial tension, a disgust with mus musical
ical musical conformity, and others,
caused this new music, which
was called Bop. In fact, psy psychoanalysts
choanalysts psychoanalysts could spend years
trying to explain how this new
style evolved.
An any rate, this was the birth
of a new concept of jazz; yet
its roots were in New Orleans.
The purpose of this history,
pitifully brief and incomplete
though H be, is that jazz is a
very wide field, and to concen concentrate
trate concentrate on any one school of jazz
is ridiculous. Like the blind men
trying to describe an elephant:
one, feeling a leg, said it must
be a post; another, grabbing the
tail, said no it's a snake, and
so on.
Yes, I have left vocalists out
completely; the next column will
start with the lusty shouting of
Bessie Smith and close with the
educated purring of Ella Fitz Fitzgerald.
gerald. Fitzgerald. You can read about Ter Teresa
esa Teresa Brewer somewhere else.

Friday, Oct. 10,1958

PEABODY HALL
(V GipL J*,
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THE ICONOCLAST

An Essay on the Delights
Os Calculated Decadence

By JOHN SEITZ
Commentary: In Aristotles
day, a prime mover was a phi philosophical
losophical philosophical concept. Today it is
used to haul an artillery piece.
*
Although apparently unrecog unrecognized
nized unrecognized by the unwashed multi multitude,
tude, multitude, there is a fine line between
decadence on one hand and de debauchery
bauchery debauchery and degeneracy on the
other. One, but not the only,
difference is that decadence is
calculated, cultivated, and con controlled,
trolled, controlled, while debauchery and
degeneracy essentially are non nonintellectual
intellectual nonintellectual and, if the biolog biologists
ists biologists will forgive the expression,
animalistic.
Decadence, in general, is the
high water

mark of a cul culture,
ture, culture, or, in the
words of the
Lo u i a XVI,
Apres moi, le
d e 1 u g e. In
The Decline of
the West, Os Oswald
wald Oswald Spengler
formalized this
concept, as

SEITZ

have others in
divers places.
The theory holds that cultures,
like fruit, undergo a period of
growth (bad cess to John Dew Dewey)
ey) Dewey) in which they slowly ripen.
It is after they are ripe, and
still hanging on the tree, so to
speak, that decadence occurs.
It is in this period that the finest
art, the best philosophy, the
keenest wit, and so on, develop.
It might be called the period
of over-ripeness, and it re requires
quires requires a cultivated taste for its
appreciation.
* *
In the decadent period, people
that is f the people wfio mat matter
ter matter are no longer seeking
betterment, whatever that
may be. Improvement goes out
one door and enjoyment comes
in the other. Emphasis shifts
from doing things to the man manner
ner manner in which they are done, and
elegance is the criterion. For
example, can you visualize such
a thing as a decadent engineer?
The terms are almost antithecal.
The culture, in effect, having
labored for six days, sits back
on the seventh and contemplates

IN AND AROUND

Praises Campus Leaders
For Work on Homecoming

By DAVE LEVY
Former Alligator Editor
Ye old pep rally across from
the Plaza of the Americas Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday was one of the finest I
have seen here.
The new expression for cam campus
pus campus rallies, at least after Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday is self-contained, self-liq self-liquidating
uidating self-liquidating campus riot.
No messy tear gas, nor cops.
From bonfire to cheers every everyone
one everyone there had a good time. Even
some laughs too when Coach
Woodruff told us the Chicago
Bears over in the Stadium was
our football team, yours and
mine, students.
These pep

rallies seem to
fill a great void
on a campus
where Joe Stu Student
dent Student is just s
student num number
ber number and needs
to identify him himself
self himself with a lit little
tle little healthy tra tradition.
dition. tradition.
School Spirit
head Jo Bon-

LEVY

di and the rest
of SG deserve credit for a good
affair.
Lets have another one, just
like the other one.
la Am realm es ti adit lon ii.
here comes Homecoming, the
biggest one es all.
You can spot it in the air, as
the Greeks plan house decora
ions, the top personnel wort
around the clock In the Union,
and the students begin to talk
about what they plan to do and
sea during the two days es fun
and frolic.
Tom McAliley. Don Bolling.
Dick Burk and the root of Bm
hard-working crew deserve top

what it has wrought, and finds
it good. Especially good are
things that have been passed
over in the period of the cul cultures
tures cultures growth as unnecessary,
outmoded, or dangerous.
France in the period of Fra Fragonard
gonard Fragonard and Watteau exemplifies
this attitude. Royalty engaged in
the delights of the simple life
of the peasant without the
usually concomitant difficulties
of such a life.
Closer to home w'. have the
example of Harry Belafonte.
He is probably one of the more
cultured people in our society
today, a completely civilized in individual.
dividual. individual. However, he enter entertains
tains entertains us and himself by
singing the songs of si a v es,
workers, and convicts. For these
people to sing their own songs
is perfectly natural, and not de decadent.
cadent. decadent. Mr. Bellafonte, however,
had to spend a great deal of
time learning how to sing these
songs, refining them and cul cultivating
tivating cultivating the various nuances of
expression which come natural naturally
ly naturally to the slave, worker, or con convict.
vict. convict. This is decadent and
very enjoyable, both to do and
to observe.
But enough ot this there
are many more examples. Gypsy
music, the Russian Imperial
Court, public addresses at Ox Oxford
ford Oxford in Latin and Greek, the
modern Southern gentleman who
wouldnt know what to do with
a plantation if he had one
the list is long.
* *
My point (this week I have
one) is this: we should wel welcome
come welcome decadence, rather than
fight it, especially since we are
the group who can enjoy it if
we will. It means our culture
is reaching a peak, in fact, its
highest point, and we are on
the scene. Many generations in
the past have worked to build
this for us; why should we
throw it away?
In e terms of the Puritan
ethic, it is not that we are
so "bad that disturbs me; it
is that we are not "bad enough.
After all, if were going to hell
in a handbasket as so many
seem to think, at least lets do
it elegantly.

credit for putting together what
looks to be one of the best
planned and coordinated Home Homecomings
comings Homecomings ever.
It would certainly be good
if the house decorations could
go up earlier this year, though.
Just two days is not enough
time to view them, and I know
if the pledges got busy this
weekend they could all be com completed
pleted completed by next Wednesday the
latest.
If youre just a freshman,
dont miss the Growl. If youre
an upperclassman, this one's a
humdinger. And a top MC too.
*
It was a surprise to many of
us interested in publications that
Law Professor Karl Krastin has
not been reappointed to the
Board of Student Publications
for a second term.
> Krastin has been a construc constructive
tive constructive force for mature student
responsibility, and his presence
on the board was that of a wise
counselor.
His reappointment this fall
had been taken for granted.
A fellow law professor, Brooks
Hoyt was named in his place.
I certainly dont mean to be
derogatory to Hoyt, on the con contrary,
trary, contrary, just to praise Krastin'
work and to politely inquire
why he wasnt reappointed, why
Journalism Professor and Chair Chairman
man Chairman of the Board John Pau'
Janes was not notified or con consulted
sulted consulted a t the change, and why
Krastin had to find out through
a University bulletin that he was
ns longer to attend Board ses sessions.
sions. sessions.
Its say understanding that
supposed University policy
rotates faculty positions on com com(Oentlnaed
(Oentlnaed com(Oentlnaed On Page FIVE)

CAMPUS PATTERS

\ ;
Administration Neglects Traffic Problem

By 808 PATEBNO
With every increase in enroll enrollment
ment enrollment parking facilities become
more and more inadequate;
convenience less and less a real reality.
ity. reality. Every attempt to drive or
park on the campus becomes a
major test of patience and agil agility.
ity. agility.
The policy of the Administra Administration
tion Administration until now has been char characterized
acterized characterized by an abundance of
planning and ccmittee discus discussion
sion discussion with an obvious lack of
positive action.
A careful look at the campus
will immediately dispell any
notion that parking convenience
can be made available for ev every
ery every student. However, parking
facilities can and must be im improved.
proved. improved.
Mr. Jeff Hamilton, architect
for the University of Florida,
analized the

available
space which
might be allo allocated
cated allocated to future
parking in the
two central
areas of the
campus.
It is estimat estimated
ed estimated that park parking
ing parking facilities
could be made

yip;
PATERNO

available for a
maximum of 1,000 additional v
cars in areas one and two.

THE WIRELESS

Tales of the Madcap Frenchman

By CLIFT ARQUETTE
A book soon to be released is
the documentary biography of
the Frenchman, Ferquad Stop Stopple.
ple. Stopple. This product of the Fifth
Republic Press is in soft, naugh naughty-cover-hard-page
ty-cover-hard-page naughty-cover-hard-page form and has
been translated from the orig original
inal original Swahili by the team of
Arvill Faubus and Ralph
Bunche.
The book has lost much of its
color through translation and
even more through censorship
so that it will be finally print printed
ed printed in pamphlet form and be
available in plain wrapper.
Most of the actual writing of

this book was
done by Aden,
Stopples idiot
man servant,
on the wall of
a small room
of the Chateau
de Magdaline.
The movie
rights have
seen purchased
by Castle
Films for $37.29
and the pic-

VV^O I 1 1 1 I : ;

ture, which will take a cast
of thousands and three years
to make, will star Sol Minneo
as Aden, Bridgey Bardot as Fer Ferquads
quads Ferquads friendly niece Saddie and
Anthony Quinn Jr. as Stopple.
The part of the Lone Ranger is
played by Brace Beemer.
xxx Bruce Beemer
Here, in readers indigestable
form, are some of the high
points of the book; (read with
a French accent)

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Blasts Campus Politics
And Fraternity 'Blocs'

Editor:
Gainesville the hotbed of Flor Florida
ida Florida politics. What a laugh! Hol Hollow
low Hollow victories make for good
victories. But what is the use?
This them has been harped on
long enough.
Everyone says that there is no
interest in politics anymore.
That is a be. Many are inter interested
ested interested but they dont stand a
chance against the well-oiled
machine that has developed.
When a few clubs can decide
who is the right man for the stu students
dents students then something is wrong.
But of course the chant comes
out of the boyss clubs that, after
all, there is no opposition ami
we will take what we can get.
But really is there anything
wrong in that? After all, how
else can you impress Freddy
Freshman and pin loving
Oonnie Co-ed? Really it is such
a good thing and why should
they give it up? Those in power
want to stay in power and by
playing cards they can divide
the spoils.
When less than 2,000 Party
men can control the politics for
12,500 students, something is
wrong. Many foreign countries
'Look Out'
Reader Says
Dear Cliff.
If you really believe that
"people are too wrapped up in
themselves to care how you
are, and let it be known that
that is what you believe, then
youll probably find that they'll
stop speaking to you at all. You
must be pretty wrapped up in
vourself to be worrying about
what people think ot you.
Secondly, the French dont
say "Como se va?" unless they
are talking in Spanish. In
French It would be "Ooviruent
ea ea?
B. B. Murphy

The administration has a dif difficult
ficult difficult but necessary task to ac accomplish.
complish. accomplish. First, it should take
positive action on practical pro proposals
posals proposals to Increase parking ac accomodations
comodations accomodations within present
central parking areas.
" \ the administration
must provide an adequate long
range parking program to faci facilitate
litate facilitate the rapid expansion and
dev lent of the outlyln/
campus.
* *
Each semester the University
publishes and distributes a li literary
terary literary fiasco. This pampnlei,
titled "Traffic, Parking and Re Registration
gistration Registration of Motor Vehicles,
divulges the secrets of traffic
rules and regulations.
Members of the Student Traf Traffic
fic Traffic Court use this brochure as
a consolaton prize for wayward
* "era! It is presently out et
date, and sorely needs revision.
*
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Any student receiving three
violations within any calendar
year is subject to the loss of
car privileges in Alachua coun county.
ty. county. In the past, some violators

"My master used to describe
me as being fat and jolly; "A
veritable slob he would say as
I would accompany him on one
of his many adventures.
I recall that one of his most
cherished pastimes was hunting
vampire bats with a Thompson
sub machine gun. Ferquad al always
ways always believed in giving the cute
little rascles a sporting chance.
We would spend weeks in the
bowels of the earth; in some of
the largest caves of France with
nothing to eat but limestone,
and occasionally some tiny, pe petrified
trified petrified animal. The only thing
thing that really kept us going
in that dank, musty darkness
was two or three boxes of kit kitchen
chen kitchen matches and a very large
canteen full of dry wine.

After bagging the limit of three
thousand of the little creatures,
we would return to the Cheateau
de Magdaline where I would im immediately
mediately immediately hasten to preserve
and can the bat. Stopple was
always sick in bed for a week
or so with the dreaded Bat
Foot, a vocational disease
caused by the bat guano oozing
through his tennis shoes. I al always
ways always avoided infection by wear wearing
ing wearing rubber toe-shoes.
The canned bats 'ere stored
in a remote portion of the wine
cellar and used later to feed
stopples extravagant pet pa parahnas
rahnas parahnas that had free and vicious
run of the moat. Usually the off-

would be interested in a short
course on how to accomplish
such a feat.
"Ill give you so many votes if
youll appoint my man. Does
this ring a bell somewhere In
the smoke-filled rooms?
Till next week remember
that many dictators hail Mach Machiavellis
iavellis Machiavellis PRINCE as their Bible.
Poor Richard II
P.S.
I certainly hope that you pledg pledges
es pledges (innocent souls) put your
chit sheet sci the bag, for the
good of the club and not the Uni University.
versity. University.
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were left undetected while oth others
ers others suffered the loss of car priv privileges
ileges privileges due to the lack of ad adequate
equate adequate files.
To prevent this unfair balance,
the student-faculty Parking and
Traffic Committee, headed by
Asst. Dean of Men Frank H
Adams, may assume this re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility and assure that all
violators are punished equally.
Another much needed change
is a reduction in the cost of
parking violations. The purpose
behind any punitive action is to
preve*- 1 breach of the law. The
habitual violator of parking reg regons
ons regons is subject to th e severe
penalty of losing his car privil privil--es.
--es. privil--es. '"herefore this in
itself is suppose to be stringent
enough to prevent breach of our
campus traffic laws. Why must
the student bear this heavy fi financial
nancial financial burden resulting from
the habitual violator?
A parking violation is a minor
infraction of the law. The ia iature
ture iature of the breach in this case
is inproportionate to the mone monetary
tary monetary penalty invoked. This area
might well be investigated.

season for bats was full ot hi hilarity
larity hilarity as Stopple would frequent frequently
ly frequently invite all of his dearest ene enemies
mies enemies to a moat party.
This consisted of a huge orgy orgylike
like orgylike feast followed by a midnight
dip in the moat. Frequad would
gleefully watch through the
porthole of his small, plush sub submarine.
marine. submarine.
Next week: Stopple is nearly
killed in a sports car race in his
wine cellar. Dont miss next
weeks Adventures of Ferquad
Stopple.
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Jose Ferrer
Zs a Zsa Gabor
Friday, Oct. 10th
The Light in
the Forest
FESS PARKER
The Safecracker
RAYMILLAND
Saturday, Oct. 11th
Oregon Passage
JOHN ERICSON
Man of a
Thousand Faces
JAMES CAGNEY
Sunday fir Monday
October 12th & 13th
The Naked and
the Dead
ALDO RAY
A Trip to
Disneyland
Tuesday fir Wadnasday
October 14th end 15th
All Mine to Give
CAMERON MITCHELL
Ain't
Misbehavin'
JACK CARSON
Thursday fir Friday
October lfith fir I7tli
The Hunters
ROBERT MITCHUM
The Black Whip
COLEEN GRAY



The Florida Alligator, Fri t/ Oct 10, 1958

Lyceum Council Selects

Associate Members

New associate members were
selected by the Lyceum Council
at a meeting Monday afternoon
and more members are still need needed,
ed, needed, according to Council Secretary
Jim Alderman.
Alderman explained that asso associate
ciate associate members are volunteers
who assist the five regular coun council
cil council meifbers with publicity, ticket
sales, ushering, and office work.
He said applications are still
being received and that interest interested
ed interested students should contact Lyce Lyceum
um Lyceum Council President Tami Cole
Meet Set Oct. 14
By Exec Council
An Executive Council meeting
is set for Tuesday, October 14.
Final approval of the Honor Court
movie will probably be given at
this time, according to Emory
Weatherly, vice president of the
student body.
A sum of S6OO was provided for
this movie at the last Executive
Council meeting. Acquainting new
students with Honor Court work workings
ings workings will he the main objective
of the film. An estimated SI6OO
will cover production costs. The
Honor Court had approximately
SIOOO available before requesting
the S6OO appropriation.
Four Executive Council appoint appointments
ments appointments have been made. Offices
filled are: Traffic Court, Bob Mc-
Mullan; Secretary of Public Re Relations,
lations, Relations, A1 Wolfe; Lyceum Coun Council
cil Council President, Tami Cole; and
Commissioner of School Tradition,
Joe Bondi.
Executive Council, the law ma making
king making branch of student govern government,
ment, government, meets twice a month. This
body, as stated in the Constitu Constitution,
tion, Constitution, has absolute control of stud student
ent student funds.

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I suppose October 12 i& just another day to you. You get up in
the ordinary way and do all the ordinary things you ordinarily
do. You have your breakfast, you walk your ocelot, you go to
classes, you write home for money, you bum the dean in effigy,
you watch Disneyland, and you go to bed. And do you give one
little thought to the fact that October 12 is Columbus Day?
No, you do not.
Nobody thinks about Columbus these days. Let us, there therefore,
fore, therefore, pause for a moment and retell his ever-glorious, endlessly
stirring*****
Christopher Columbus was bom in Genoa on August 25,1451.
His father, Ralph T. Columbus, was in the three-minute auto
wash game. His mother, Eleanor (Swifty) Columbus, was a
printer. Christopher was an only child, except for his four
brothers and eight sistere. With his father busy all day at the
auto wash and his mother constantly away at track meets,
young Columbus was left pretty much to his own devices.
/' However, the lad did not sulk or brood. He was an avid reader
and spent all his waking hours immersed in a book. Unfor Unfortunately,
tunately, Unfortunately, there was only one book in Genoa at the time
Care of the Horse by Aristotleand after several years of reading
Care of the Horse, Columbus grew restless. So when rumor
reached him that there was another book in Barcelona, off he
ran as fast as his fat little legs would carry him.
The rumor, alas, proved false. The only book in Barcelona
was Cuidar un Caballo by Aristotle, which proved to be nothing
more than a Spanish translation of Care of the Horse.
Bitterly disappointed, Columbus began to dream of going to
India where, according to legend, there were thousands of books.
But the only way to go to India was on horseback, and after so
many years of reading Care of the Horse, Columbus never wanted
to clap eyes on a horse again. Then a new thought struck him:
perhaps it was possible to get to India by sea!
Fired with his revolutionary new idea, Columbus raced to
the court of Ferdinand and Isabella on his little fat legs (Co (Columbus
lumbus (Columbus was plagued with little fat legs all his life) and pleaded
his case with such fervor that the rulers were persuaded.
On October 12, 1492, Columbus set foot on the New World.
The following year he returned to Spain with a cargo of wonders
never before seen in Europespices and metals and plants and
flowers andmost wondrous of alltobacco! Oh, what a sensa sensation
tion sensation tobacco caused in Europe! The filter had long since been
invented (by Aristotle, curiously enough) but nobody knew
what to do with it. Now Columbus, the Great Discoverer, made
still another great discovery : he took a filter, put tobacco in
front of it, and invented the worlds first filter cigarette!
Through the centuries filters have been steadily improved
and so has tobacco, until today we have achieved the ultimate
in the filter cigaretteMarlboro, of course! Oh, what a piece
at Work is Marlboro! Great tobacco, great filter, great smoke!
And so, good friends, when next you enjoy a fine Marlboro
Cigarette, give a thought to the plucky Genoese, Christopher
Columbus, whose vision and perseverance made the whole lovely
thing possible.
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And thank Columbus too for Philip Morris Cigarettes, for
those who want the best in non-lUtsr smoking. Philip Morris
Joins Marlboro in bringing you thorn columns throughout
Msg school poor.

at the AKPhi house.
According to Alderman, there
are six main attractions planned
for this season wich will feature
comedy, drama, and both classi classical
cal classical and jazx music.
The season will open with a
presentation at Candida cm Oct.
21, followed by a jazz concert on
Nov. 17. Jorge Bolet, famous South
American pianist, will play a con concert
cert concert on Dec. 4, and the Canadian
Players will present You Like
It on Feb. 19.
The last two performances of
the year will be musical events
featuring the Cincinnati Sympho Symphony
ny Symphony Orchestra in concert on March
3, and the voice of soprano Eileen
Farrell on April. 6.
All performances will begin at
8 p.m. and according to Aider Aiderman,
man, Aiderman, students will be admitted
free with presentation of their I.
D. cards. Season tickets costing
$5 for adults and $2 for students
and children wiill be on sale for
non-university personnel.
Coeds May Lose
Bermuda Rights
(Continued From Page ONE)
emy; Welcome Week, Cindy Can Canning;
ning; Canning; Communications, Lea Gold Goldin;
in; Goldin; Coedikette, Lillian Rubin; Cof Coffee
fee Coffee Hour, Jean Haeseker; Ban Banquet,
quet, Banquet, Pat Jowers; Hospitality, Ci Cindy
ndy Cindy Canning; Big Sister Re Research,
search, Research, Betty Ann Rothar and
Scrapbook, Margaret Sadler.
All unmarried Florida Women
are members of W. S. A. auto automatically
matically automatically upon acceptance to the
university, and can go to council
meetings. The next meeting will
be Monday, Oct. 13, in room 212
of the Florida Union.
Help Wanted
W.S.A. WANTS YOU. Any in interested
terested interested coed can apply for the
following W.S.A. Council posi positions:
tions: positions: Communications Committee
needs publicity girls and poster
painters; Contact Lea Golden, N.
W. Broward Hall. Coedikette Edi Editor,
tor, Editor, Lillian Rubin needs staff writ writers
ers writers and artists; Contact her at the
AEPhi House.

Page 5

'Berlin Story'
Topic of Fla. U:
Alumni Talk
A former U. of F. student who
is now a distinguished member
of the U. 8. Foreign Service will
speak Tuesday, Oct. 14 at 8:30 p.
m. on "The Berlin Story: Between
East and West.
Daniel Montenegro will be the
featured speaker at an Interna International
tional International Relations Club sponsored
meeting in the Fla. Union auditor auditorium,
ium, auditorium, according to President Bob
Elrod.
Preceding the talk there will be
an organizational meeting at 8:00
p.m.
The I. R. C. in conjunction with
the International Student Organi Organization,
zation, Organization, will sponsor a program of
model United Nations activities,
Feb. 27-29. This will include a
miniature meeting of the U. N.
General assembly, lectures by no noted
ted noted authorities on subjects of in international
ternational international concern, and other so social
cial social events of cultural interna international
tional international scope.
The I.F.C.- 1.5.0. hope for a
new form of intellectual and so social
cial social stimulus, to give people of
this area an opportunity to enlarge
their knowledge about U. N. oper operation,
ation, operation, purpose, and range.
The organizational committee
consists of: Roger Desosiers,
Hans Frankfurt, Harold Einsman,
Robert Elrod, Laura Chaipel, Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Barr, and faculty advisor Dr.
John Spanier. Membership is op open.
en. open.
28 Acts Compete
For Growl Posts
(Continued From Page ONE)
B. Pitcher, Spectators Commit Committee;
tee; Committee; Ed Rich, Procurement Com Committee;
mittee; Committee; Gordon Smith, assistant
production coordinator; Dick Seif Seifferman,
ferman, Seifferman, Pre Growl Committee;
Marren P. Greene, pre-growl an announcer
nouncer announcer ; Jan Smith, Runners
Committee; and Frank Pag.
nine, Ushers.
Richard C. Powers, Lighting;
Bruce E. Sanders, Usher; Jane
Wood, assistant skit chairman;
Ann Price, assistant skit chair chairman;
man; chairman; Jim Moore, assistant direc director
tor director of admissions; Robert D. Craw Crawford,
ford, Crawford, skit chairman; Sandra
Moore, executive secretary; Wal Walter
ter Walter Hardesty, assistant to the
chairman of C. and C.; and Har Harold
old Harold F. McCart, chairman of bands
and fireworks.
Cephas Buz Allen, head of
field guards; Lyn Howell, field
acts; Bill Wood, assistant to the
assistant in charge of admissions;
Dave Raney, art work; H. D. Bas Bassett
sett Bassett Jr., assistant chairman of the
Skit Committee; Marybeth Giffill Giffillman,
man, Giffillman, Decorations; and William
H. Crickenberger, assistant to the
director.
Beauty Deadline Set
Deadline for entires for the
Orange Peel Beauty Section has
been set for Friday, Oct. 17,
Glossy prints, 8 x 10, are re requested,
quested, requested, however, a clear snap snapshot
shot snapshot will suffice lor the prelim preliminary
inary preliminary judging. Submit entries in
the mail slot of the Orange Peel
dffice In the Florida Union, or
mail them to the Orange Peel,
e/o Florida Union.

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Students With a Big Job
These two students will be responsible this year for helping
their faculty Officers conduct a program for the largest ROTC
enrollment in the history of the University. Let to right they are:
Stanley J. Denial, SEG, DeFuniak Springs, Army ROTC Regimen Regimental
tal Regimental Commander; and Herbert Schwartz, 4A&, Miami, Air Force
ROTC Wing Commander.

HOMECOMING HISTORY

'SB HC Version Marks
34 Years of Tradition

Homecoming, the colorful high
point of football season, this year
will usher in 34 years of festivi festivity
ty festivity traditions that combine to make
the weekend unforgettable to stu students
dents students and alumni alike.
The three-day spectacle will in include
clude include the Homecoming parade;
Gator Growl student variety show,
featuring guest bands and soro sorority
rity sorority and fraternity skits; Trianon
and Blue Key banquets; Law
School skits and 'breakfasts; the
game between the Fightin Gators
and Vanderbilt; Band concert and
the annual Homecoming dance.
The main attraction, the foot football
ball football game, was first held in 1924,
when Florida met Drake Univer University.
sity. University. A large crowd filled the sta stadium
dium stadium bleachers for the tilt, and
supporters cheered as the Gators
battled with the then Missouri Val Valley
ley Valley Conference Champions. Flem Fleming
ing Fleming Field, th site of the game,
was enlarged from 800 to 2300
capacity for the event a cramp cramped
ed cramped location compared to the Flor Florida
ida Florida Field used presently, which
seats over 40,000 fans.
Blue Key camfe on Floridas
campus when a need arose for
student leaders to organize the
weekend. The late Dr. Albert A.
Murphree, then President of the
University, placed select students
on the directing committee. These

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students later formed Blue Key
Leadership Fraternity, and this
group has accepted direction of
Homecoming activities since then.
Gator Growl, the show that is
the largest of its kind in the na nation,
tion, nation, began in 1932. That night the
now famous Red Barber, then
an obscure sports announcer with
WRUF, emceed a Growl that in included
cluded included fencing matches, music
from the Gator Band and other
acts. The Homecoming crowd
cheered tumbling teams, skits
and intramural boxing matches
that also occurred during the
Growl. A giant bonfire and a fire fireworks
works fireworks display climaxed the eve evening
ning evening of entertainment.
Red Barbers version of Growl
is not unlike that which students
will view next weekend. Additions
include guest bands, variety field
acts, and pre-Growl skits.
Law School breakfasts also be began
gan began that year when Phi Alpha
Delta hosted visitors and alumni
of the school. In addition, the
Homecoming crowd saw a polo
match and enjoyed a Homecom Homecoming
ing Homecoming Dance.
Since that year new additions
the now traditional
parade, Law School skits, legis legislators
lators legislators barbeque and fraternity fraternitysorority
sorority fraternitysorority house decorations, which

SAYS UF ECONOMICS PROFESSOR

There's Room to Grow in Florida

Florida still has plenty of room
to grow despite the rapid rate at
which old and young alike are mi migrating
grating migrating into the state, says Dr.
John D. Webb, professor of eco economics
nomics economics at the University of Flori Florida.
da. Florida.
Between i 960 and 1957 slightly
more than a million persons have
made their homes in Florida and
contrary to popular belief, not all
are older citizens, he adds. In
those same years, Florida has
grown in total number of persons
about four times as fast as the
country as a whole.
Nearly t/so thirds of the total
growth in the past seven years
has been in four widely separated
areas in the state: the Pensacola
Bay area, the Jacksonville area,
the Miami Fort Lauderdale area
and the Tampa Bay area. The
Adelaide Few
New Mrs. UF
(Continued From Page ONE)
Physical Education Dames; Mar Marjorie
jorie Marjorie Barker, Arts Sc Science
Dames; Mary Chambers, Alpha
Chi Sigma; Patricia Cone, Geor Georgia
gia Georgia Segal; Wendy Guslin, Block
Sc Bridle; Valerine Hooven, Agri Agriculture
culture Agriculture Dames; Bettera Ivey, Sci Science
ence Science Dames; Sunny Overstreet,
Architecutre Dames; Ann Pea.ce,
Pi lambda Phi; Betty Pound, Chi
Phi; Nancy Roberts, Business Ad Administration
ministration Administration Dames;
Sondra Roesch, Sigma Nu; Pat
Saunders, Pi Kappa Alpha; Carol
Sillick, Student Chapter American
Institute of Architects; Chris
Stone, Forstry Dames; Martha Ti Tillis,
llis, Tillis, Lambda Chi Alpha.
Navey Tietgen, University Col College
lege College Dames; Joyce Lunsford, 'Ha 'Havet
vet 'Havet 3; Elsie Kelly, Pharmacy
Dames; Jane Adair, Medical
Dames; Pam Cleveland, Pi Kap Kappa
pa Kappa Phi; Mrs. Donald Founce, Fla Fla gineering Engineering Dames.
add a carnival atmosphere to the
weekend.
From a small beginning, Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming has grown into a crowded
and colorful weekend, requiring
three months of preparation and
co-operation between students and
faculty.
For grads and students alike,
Homecoming weekend should ful fulfill
fill fulfill its new 1958 slogan, Gators
Meet for a Festive Treat.

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Tampa Bay 4nd Miami Fort
Lauderdale areas gained more
new residents between 1950 and
1957 than the two northern areas
combined.
The center of population in Flo Florida
rida Florida has steadily moved south
and east towards the lower east
coast. In 1920 Cedhr Keys was the
center of popultion; in 1957, about
90 miles diagonally down and
across the state on a line with
Tampa Bay.
According to the Bureau of Eco Economic
nomic Economic and Business Research, the
rate of increase for the younger
age group surpassed that of the
In and Around
(Continued from Page 4)
mittee, but not so in the case
of the other three faculty mem members
bers members on the Board all of whom
are in their second and third
terms.
The board is an important
body. Certainly the most im important
portant important to the students on which
they have an equal voice.
It seems a slap in the face
to both Jones and Kraatin.
Both are due more considera consideration.
tion. consideration. Likewise the Board.

Fearless Fosdick says:
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look on his face and you can always tell a
SOPHOMORE, but you can't tell him much!
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24 hours a day. Come in and see us. Next week
I'll have another BIG SURPRISE for you.
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older group and the total popula population.
tion. population. The older group increased
at the same rate as the total pop population
ulation population did.
Migration and economic oppor_
tunity are related, saya Dr. Webb,
or newcomers of working ages
would not or could not remaid.
A Bureau of Census reports that
from 90 to 95 per cent of the man
and 35 to 45 per cent of the wom women
en women from 18 to 64 years of age in
1955 were labor force participants.
Economic Leaflets are published
monthly by the Bureau of Econo Economic
mic Economic and Business Research at the
University of Florida and are av available
ailable available free to Florida residents
requesting name on mailing list.

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Life & Learning
Exhibit Planned
Alumni returning to the cam campus
pus campus tor Homecoming 1958 will find
an outstanding innovation in the
form of a special exhibit at Uni University
versity University Library, according to Jim
Rumrill, coordinator for the "Life
and Learning exhibit.
Students and faculty who are
active in preparing displays are
confident that they are witnessing
the birth of a new Homecoming
tradition, he said.
Bill Gautier, who is directing
installation of the exhibits, said
that by uniting the individual col college
lege college exhibits in one central area,
a more comprehensive picture will
be readily available to alumni who
in past years were too often aware
only of their own college activities
and developments.
Rumrill, Gautier, and their staff
are anxious to express the Stu Student
dent Student Bodys mounting pride in
the Universitys academic accomp accomplishments.
lishments. accomplishments. Homecoming, Rumrill
said, offers an unusual opportuni opportunity*
ty* opportunity* to display for the 40,000 out outof-town
of-town outof-town visitors to Homecoming
what has been done and what is
planned for this campus.
The Life and Learning exhibit
will offer the alumni a chance to
see a series of smooth, profes professionally
sionally professionally planned exhibits of the
activity in a modem university,
Rumrill explained.
Over twenty colleges and de departments
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4:30 8 p.m. and Monday, Oct.
20 during normal library hours.
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will permit attendance by students
and faculty who were too occup occupied
ied occupied during th e Homecoming week weekend.
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UF Library Buys
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The University Library has re recently
cently recently purchased two important
collections relating to the Repub Republic
lic Republic of Haiti and the Caribbean
area, according to Stanley L. West
director.
These tv o collections, the Jere Jeremie
mie Jeremie Papers and the Rochambeau
Papers, are considered valuable
references and documents reveal revealing
ing revealing historical facts and happen happenings.
ings. happenings. They hep to supplement ma
terial now being microfilmed in
Haiti by the br.iversity and the
Rockefeller Foundation in an at attempt
tempt attempt to gather resources on the
Caribbean area.
The Jeremie collection consists
of 2000 items dating from 1780
to 1803. They include detailed in inventories
ventories inventories of plantations at time
of sale, wills, marriage contracts
and public accountings.
? The Rochambeau papers sre a
collection of 2428 items of govern government
ment government ard administration, such as
letters, commissions, gazettes,
passports and certificates.
According to West, the Roch Rochambeau
ambeau Rochambeau papers are now available
for use and the Jeremie papers
will be available in the near fu future.
ture. future.

Growing interest ot UF
in Inter-American studies

The band of friendship between
the University of Florida and the
Caribbean and Latin American
countries has expanded the In Institute
stitute Institute of Inter American Stud Studies
ies Studies at the University.
The growing interest of stud students
ents students and staff in the Latin Amer American
ican American area of activity has found
that the Institute has long recog
nized the opportunity and respon
sibility in cultivating inter -Amer -American
ican -American understanding through edu education.
cation. education.
The Institute was created in
1930 and through the cooperation
of many other campus depart departments
ments departments and the university librar libraries,
ies, libraries, the University has gathered
a large collection of papers and
documents dealing with the 20
countries of Latin America, in
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Positions Open On, OH Campus

Students must apply lor these
jobs through Dean McClelland,
Dean of Mens Office.
Grading papers, $15.00 per
month, 25 men not enrolled in C Ccourses,
courses, Ccourses, 6:30 to 10:30 p.m. Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday and Thursday, Mr. Voles,
Board of Examiners, Room 405
Seagle Bldg.
The Following is a list of avail available
able available jobs, both campus and off offcampus,
campus, offcampus, prepared by the office
of the Student Government Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of Labor in cooperation with
the Dean of Men.
More up to date lists will appear
regularly in the Alligator as a stu student
dent student service.
Off Campus
Waiting tables, 75 cents per
hour in meals, Man, 9 to mid midnight,
night, midnight, Daves Snack Shop.
Baby Sitting, Woman, 1:30 to
5:30 p.m. on Tuesday and Thurs Thursday
day Thursday afternoons, Mrs. Howard, 1105
NW 3r(l Ave., Ext. 434
Univ.
Counter work, 75 cents per hour,
Man, 4:30 p.m. to 12 p.m., Mon Monday,
day, Monday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Pizza Pantry, 1308 University Ave.
Expert auto mechanic, hours

Spanish, French and Portuguese
languages.
Scholarships are granted by the
Institute to Latin American stud students
ents students for study in many fields, In Including
cluding Including agriculture and engineer engineering.
ing. engineering.
Coordinated programs assist
students preparing for trade cul cultural,
tural, cultural, or diplomatic relations with
Floridas neighbors to the South.
The undergraduate Florida stu student
dent student may pursue the Latin Ameri American
can American area studies program in the
College of Arts and Sciences ot
the curriculum in foreign trade
of the College of Business Ad Administration.
ministration. Administration.
Master and doctor of philosophy
degrees may be earned with a
major in the inter American
study areas.
The three day meeting is finan financed
ced financed by grants from American cor corporations
porations corporations with interests in the
Caribbean. People from all parts
of Latin and North America come
to discuss contemporary problems
of the Caribbean.
The School also encourages ex exchange
change exchange of students and profes professors.
sors. professors.
Hoyler to Lecture
About Electronics
"New Adventures in Electronics
will be featured in a demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration lecture by Cyril N. Hoyler,
8 pm., Tuesday, Oct. 14, in Wal Walker
ker Walker Auditorium.
A transistorizer miniature tele television
vision television camera, an electronic mu music
sic music synthesizer and instruments
for light amplification and elec electronic
tronic electronic cooling will be displayed.
Hoyler, manager of technical
relations for RCA Laboratories,
Radio Corporation of America,
will present Information based on
research at David Samoff Re Research
search Research Center, Princeton, N.J.
The lecture will be sponsored by
the Student Section of American
Institute of Electrical Engineers
and the Institute of Radio En Engineers.
gineers. Engineers.

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and pay to be. discussed, Fulps
Service Station k Garage, 519 SW
4th Ave., Phone 63118.
woj-k at Sperry Pla'*,
75 cents per hour and 85 cents
meal, 20 hours per week, 10:30
a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Longs Cafeter Cafeteria.
ia. Cafeteria.
On Campus
Dairy Lab Assistants, 75 cents
per hour, 2 men, at least 3 hours
straight in the afternoons, 20 hours
per week, no Saturday, Mr. Ben Bennett,
nett, Bennett, Dairy Laboratory Dairy
Science Bldg.
Cashier, 75 per hour in
meal books and sls cash, 3 men
and 5 wopien, one of these shifts shifts-6:30
-6:30 shifts-6:30 to 8:30 a.m., 11:00 to 1:30,
4:45 to 6:45, or 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.,
5 days a week, Mr. J. D. Fellers,
Snack Bar, Room 54, Med Sci.
Bldg.
Organic chemistry student hav having
ing having had Cy 301 and Cy 302, SI.OO
per hour, man, 20 hours per week

Agriculture college
has top facilities

To afford students the best pos possible
sible possible training for service in
agriculture is the goal of the Col College
lege College of Agriculture at the Univer University
sity University of Florida.
The college is one of three units
the other two are Agricultur Agricultural
al Agricultural Experiment Station and Agri Agricultural
cultural Agricultural Extension Service, direct directed
ed directed by Provost Willard M. Fifield.
Dean Marvin A. Brooker
heads the work of the College of
Agriculture which is devoted to
training students in various phases
of technical and practical agricul agricultural
tural agricultural work through the following
departments: Agricultural Chem Chemistry
istry Chemistry (administered jointly with
the College of Arts and Sciences);
Agricultural Economics; Agricul Agricultural
tural Agricultural Education (administ ertd
jointly with the College of Educa Education):
tion): Education): Agricultural Engineering;
Agronomy; Animal Husbandry
and Nutrition; Bacteriology; Bot Botany;
any; Botany; Dairy Science; Entomology;
Food Technology and Nutrition;
Fruit Crops; Ornamental Horti Horticulture;
culture; Horticulture; Plant Pathology; Poultry
Husbandry; Soils; Vegetable
crops; and Veterinary Science.
The programs in these fields
are so arranged as to permit the
student to go into the branch for
Therapy Club Sets
Organizational Meet
A re-organizational meeting
of the Pre-Physical Therapy
club will be held Tues. Oct. 14,
8:38 p.m., la room 121, Florida
Union,
Featured speakers will be
Miss White and Miss Jensen, co cochairmen
chairmen cochairmen ot Physical and Occu Occupational
pational Occupational Therapy in the College
of Related Health Services.

Freeman Office Equipment Co.
625 W. University An. Phone FR 6-5947
Standard fir Portable Typewriters
SERVICE AND RENTALS

Professor F. E. Ray, Cancer Re
search Lab. Ext. 463.
Dishwashing, 75 cents per hour,
2 men, 6:30 to 8:30 or 9:30 p.m.
Sunday night, Bob Davenport or
F cretary, Fla. Union Social Work
Room 315.
Cafeteria work, 75 cens per hour
in meal tickets, 11 :S0 to 2:00 p.m.
dal*-- banquets, and FBK Ban Banquet
quet Banquet on Gator Growl night (.75
cents per hour and Growl setts
will be reserved for workers),
Cafeteria.
Junior or Senior in Biology, Che Chemistry,
mistry, Chemistry, Bacteriology, or Vetemary
Medicine, $50.00 per month, 12
hours per week, Med. Science
Bldg. Room 438, Ext. 414 at FR
2-3411 (request appointment).
Routine work in tissue culture
and virus research for Junior or
Senior in Bacteriology or Micro Microbiology,
biology, Microbiology, Junior or Senior rate or
pay, % to % time for school year
and full time in summer, Dr. Gif Gifford,
ford, Gifford, J. Hillis Miller eHalth eCn eCnter.
ter. eCnter.

which he has special ability and
to prepare him to meet the pro problems
blems problems which arise in that field.
The great practical value of these
programs is shown by those who
have completed them and return
to the Farm, grove or ranch, and
also by those who, upon gradua graduation,
tion, graduation, have gone into the agri agricultural
cultural agricultural industries and proses
sions.
Housed in Dan McCarty Hall
which opened last fall, the Col College
lege College of Agriculture now has
facilities to better serve the needs
of the states multi-billion dollar
agricultural industry. The new
four unit building provides of offices
fices offices for the provost, dean, pro professors
fessors professors and a number of class
rooms, laboratories and library
facilities which stimulate a wid wider
er wider field of student research in the
expanded graduate program.
In addition to laboratory work
at the college, field trips and tra travel
vel travel courses are arranged so stu students
dents students have an opportunity to visit
throughout the state. Visits to
farms, groves, ranches, packing
houses, processing plants, stock
shows, markets, phosphate plants
and other agricultural industries
have proved particularly valuable
when made by students in com company
pany company with professors from the
university.

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LATIN AMERICAN COLUMBUS DAY

'EI Dia de la Raza' Held

(Editors note: A. A. Noboa, a
native of the Dominican Repub Republic,
lic, Republic, is currently majoring in Fi Finance
nance Finance at the University of Flor Florida.)
ida.) Florida.)
By A. A. NABOA
On Oct. 12 the 20 Latin Ameri American
can American Republics will celebrate the
so called El Dia de la Raza.
El Dia de la Raza, or the Day of
the Race, is to most people in the
United States simply Columbus
Day.
Turning back to the year 1492
We come across Columbus first
journey and the discovery of the
new world on Oct. 12. Columbus,
seeking India, instead discovered
University ETV
Will Broadcast
Physics Course
Continental Classroom, an
intermediate level physics cour course,
se, course, will be beamed through Edu Educational
cational Educational Television Station WUFT
in Gainesville for the first time
this fall. WUFT is the educa educational
tional educational television facility of the
University.
The program will be sent from
the National Broadcasting Co. in
New York City to more than 200
stations across the country, in including
cluding including eight Florida cities. This
will mark the first time educa educational
tional educational television has been used on
a national network.
Continental Classroom, allign alligned
ed alligned with the University of Florida
course, Physics 814, is designed
for teachers, college and high
school students and industrialists
who are already familiar with the
field, said Rae O. Weimer, WUFT
director. Subject matter will pro proced
ced proced through atomic studies.
Three credits per semester will
be offered through the Florida
General Extension Division, Sea Seagle
gle Seagle Building, Gainesville. Dead Deadline
line Deadline for registration and fees is
Oct. 20. The seco:fl semester will
be completed June 5.
The series, directed by Harvey
White of University of California,
will reach Gainesville on tape,
since WUFT is not within the ra radius
dius radius of an NBC outlet.
ETV is non commercial and
is not designed for mass audien audiences.
ces. audiences. Merit of the project will pro probably
bably probably be judged through evalua evaluation
tion evaluation of scores of the participants
rather than size of audience, Wei Weimer
mer Weimer said.
If reaction to the experiment is
favorable, the course schedule
may be expanded in the future
to fit WUFT facilities.
Forestry Sets HC Program
Th School of Forestrys
Homecoming activities, starting
Saturday include: Coffee hour,
Plaza of the Americas, 8:80
a.m. ; business meeting, room
410, Rolfs Hall, 10:00 a.m.;
Luncheon, East Lawn, Rolfs
Hall, noon, forestry exhibit,
Library, Friday afternoon and
Saturday morning.

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and claimed for Spain the West Western
ern Western Hemisphere as he waded on
the shore of the island of San
Salvador. It is because of this
historic event that Oct. 12 has
been set aside and called El Dia
de la Raza.
Columbus Day celebrations in
L'-t.in America vary a great de il.
However, we find that ceremon ceremonies,
ies, ceremonies, religious services, parade.:,
and an overall atmosphere of fes festivities
tivities festivities prevail in each of the 20
republics. Th people jubilantly
celebrate this day because as a
result of this historic landing ma many
ny many of the early colonies that were
established are today modem, well
developed cities.
However, it is in the Dominican
Republic where the commemora commemoration
tion commemoration of this day is unique. It is
unique because there, in the eld eldest
est eldest cathedral of the western hem hemisphere,
isphere, hemisphere, lie the remains of Chris Christopher
topher Christopher Columbus. Every Oct. 12
his crypt is opened and thous thousands
ands thousands visit the cathedral to honor

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The Florida Alligator, Fri. # Oct. 10, 1958

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this great discoverer.
As, a final tribute to the First
Admiral, a nine and one half mil million
lion million dollar lighthouse isj being
completed in the Dominican Re Republic
public Republic to serve as his last sepul sepulcher.
cher. sepulcher. j. i '
The project initiated by the Do Domin'"in
min'"in Domin'"in government and financed
by the 20 Latin American Repub Republics
lics Republics and the United States, will
consist of a cross 787 yards m
length and *ll yards in width.
Twenty-one parks leading to the
monument; a radio station, a mu museum,
seum, museum, a library, and a chapel will
all form a part of the memorial
and will add beauty and dignity
to the monument. The monument
itself will rise 43 yards and on its
pinacle there will be a revolving
beacon with 21 rays plainly visi visible
ble visible at a height of 3,000 yards.
This pharos will guide the mar mariners
iners mariners of the world in much
the same manner as Christopher
Coiumbu- guided his men and
ships to the new world..



SAE, AEPi's Capture Greek Water Basketball Crowns

McGuire, Gautier Lead
. Lionmen to Orange Win
By BALPH KINDRED
Gator Sprats Writer
SAE, behind the sharpshooting of Pete McGuire, Bill
Gautier, Bob Smith, and Walter Godwin, swam to a
convincing victory over Pi Lambda in a rough game that
saw SAE standout Godwin leave in the final quarter
with a dislocated shoulder.

Entering the finale through de default
fault default of Sigma Nu, who had de defeated
feated defeated them earlier in a close
game, the SAEs proved them themselves
selves themselves worthy of the cup by tak taking
ing taking an early lead over the Pi
Lems and then never being
pressed in the rest of the game.
McGuire Big Gun
McGuire was the big gun for
SAE with 10 points, while good
backing from Gautier and Smith,
along with fine defensive play
sealed the lid tight.
The Pi Lams found the basket
an elusive target most of the game
and were only able to find the I

The Floridt Alligator, Fri., Oct. 10, 1958

The
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SAE Tops Sigma Nu, Delta
SAE, who lost to Phi Delta
Theta in the first round o' water
basketball last year, but finished
a strong third in the final stand standings,
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TWO FOR THE ORANGE AND TWO FOR BLUE! . Jim Severance (left), Phi Tau water cage ace,
sinks two markers in a losing cause, as AEPi cruised to the Blue League crown, 10-4. Meanwhile, Pete .Mc-
Guire (right), SAE sharpshooter, racks up one of his 5 buckets scored during the Orange League water
basketball finals. The Lionmen sank the Pi Lams 16-6. (Gator Photo).

Page 7

TOLBERT AREA
Bracket 1 Bracket n
Tolbert 4 Tolbert 3
South 1 Dorm K KKK
Tolbert 2 South 4
Rats Dorm L
Donm O Tolbert Rockets
Bracket HI Bracket TV
North 3 Dorm M
Weaver 2 Tolbert 5
Southern North 1 A 2
Weaver 89ers Dorm N
North Stars
Monday, October 14, 1968
5:00 Crt. 1 Tolbert R vs Tolbert 3
5:00 Crt. 2 Dorm L vs Dorm K
7:00 Crt. 1 Weaver 2 vs Southern
7:00 Crt. 2 North Stars vs North 3
7:00 Crt. 3 Tolbert 2 vs Dorm O
7.00 Crt. 4 Rats vs South 1
Tuesday, October 14, 1958
8:00 Crt. 1 Tolbert 3 vs Dorm L
8:00 Crt. 2 Southern vs North 8
8:00 Crt. 3 North Stars vs South 1
9:00 Crt. 3 Donm N vs Tolbert 5
9:00 Crt. North 1 A 2 vs Dorm M
Monday, October 20, 1958
7:00 Crt. 4 Weaver 89 vs Weaver 2
7:00 Crt. 2 Rats vs Dorm O
7:00 Crt. S Tolbert 2 vs Tolbert 4
8:00 Crt. 1 Southern vs North
Stars
8:00 Crt. 2 South 4 vs Tolbert R
Wednesday, October 22, 1958
8:00 Crt. 1 Tolbert 4 vs Rats
8:00 Crt. 2 Tolbert R vs Dorm K
8:00 Crt. 4 Dorm O vs South 1
9:00 Crt. 2 North 3 vs Weaver 89
9:00 Crt. 8 South 4 vs Tolbert 3
OFF CAMPUS LEAGUE
Bracket I Bracket II
HUlel Luthem
Newman Club C.L.O.
Westminister Wesley
B.S.U. Ga. Seagle
Monday, October IS, 1958
8:00 Crt. 1 B.S.U. vs Newman
8:00 Crt. 2 Westminister vs Hillel
8:00 Crt. 8 Ga. Seagle vs C.L.O.
8:00 Crt. 4 Wesley vs Luthem
Tuesday, October 14, 1958
7:00 Crt. 4 Luthem vs Ga. Seagle
Monday, October 20, 1958
7:00 Crt. 1 Luthem vs B.S.U.

Attention:
Engineering
Seniors
Southern Bell Representatives
Will be on your campus
Interviewing 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
October 21, 22, 23, 24
Group Meeting 5 p. m. Oct. 20
See Your
Placement Officer for
an Interview
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DORM-INDEPENDENT LEAGUE BASKETBALL SCHEDULE

MURPHREE AREA
Bracket I Bracket II
Dorm J Dorm B
Fletcher S Grove Annex
Murphree D Thomas F
Fletcher K Kats Sledd H
Bracket 111
Murphree E
Dorm I
Murhpree K
Dorm C
Grove Hall 2
Monday, October 18, 1958
9:00 Crt. 1 Grove Annex vs
Thomas F
9:00 Crt. 2 Murphree K vs Grove
Hall 2
9:00 Crt. 2 Dorm C vs Dorm I
9:00 Crt. 4 Fletcher K vs
Fletcher S
Tuesday, October 14, 1968
7:00 Crt. 1 Murphree D vs Dorm
J
Monday, October 20, 1958
8:00 Crt. 3 Sledd H vs Grove
Annex
8:00 Crt. 4 Thomas F vs Dorm B
9:00 Crt. 1 Donm C vs Grove Hall
9:QO Crt. 2 Murphree K vs
Murphree E
9:00 Crt 3 Dorm J. vs Fletcher K
Wednesday, October 22, 1958
7:00 Crt. 2 Grove 2 vs Dorm I
7.:00 Crt. 3 Murphree E vs Dorm
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By SCOTT ANSELMO
' f Gator Sport* Writer
Spfearheaded by the offensive efforts of mighty Mike
Weiss, powerful Alpha Epsilon Pi smashed its way to
the Blue League water basketball championship 10-4
over Phi Kappa Tau. The finals were held Monday at
the University pool.'

Weiss, shooting with uncanny
accuracy, cut the cords for eight
big points. Whitebrook netted the
other two for the victors. Jim Se Severance
verance Severance of Phi Tau hit for two
counters.
Sparked by Weiss' su pe r b
shooting and a rockribbed defense,
the AEPi water cagers rolled up
a 6-0 first quarter advantage,
from which Phi Tau never re recovered.
covered. recovered. Fighting va lia n 11 y,
though obviously outmanned, the
Phi Taus matched the winners
point-for-point for the remainder
of the contest.
AEPi reached the finals by vir virtue
tue virtue of their 9-5 triumph over
Lambda Chi, with Weiss again the
sparkplug. Chi Phi and Phi Gam Gamma
ma Gamma Delta also fell to the cham champions.
pions. champions.
Revenge was sweet for the
AEPis, for It was this very same
foe the Phi Taus, who nipped
AEPi 9-8 in a thrilling quarter
final encounter last year, there thereby
by thereby eliminating them from further
. competition. The Phi Taus, last
season were erushed by Lambda
Chi, who In turn lost to last
year's champs, Theta Chi.
Phi Tau was awarded a berth
in this years finals by virtue of
a disqualification of Theta Chi.

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Orange and Blue 'Bruin Hunting' Tonight

Crippled Gridmen Take Long Trek
For Important latersettioaal Fray

(Continued From Page ONE)
string halfback Don Lucey would
be the only team members not
taking the cross-continent jaunt.
Other players in doubtful con condition
dition condition were 204 pound center Joe
Hergert, who returned to practice
last Thursday after recovering
from a sprained ankle and a mild
virus, center Gene Graves of
Jacksonville, and senior fullback
Charlie Roberts.
Squad Not In Good Shape
As a whole Woodruff reported
the squad was not in good shape

CATOR TALES

Florida to Play UCLA
In California Tonight;
Fourth Grid Meeting

When Florida takes the field against UCLA tonight
at 8:15 Pacific Coast Time and 11:15 our time, it will
mark the fourth gridiron meeting of the distant schools
and the third time the Gators have played football in
California.

In November of 1931, a small
band of Gators led by coach
Charles Bachman celebrated the
Thanksgiving holidays by trekking
out to the land of movie stars
and sunkist oranges. The big biggest
gest biggest Saurian making the trip was
a hefty 360 pounder named
'Okeechobee Bill, a live 11-foot
alligator mascot.
Upon arriving in Los Angeles,
coach Bachman and crew en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed a hearty welcome led by
the Bruin band, then hastened
out to the Rose Bowl in nearby
Pasadena for a workout. A visit
and tour of world famous Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood rounded out the days acti activities.,
vities., activities.,
Okeechobee BiU should have
suited out for Saturdays game,
as the Gators pleased 40,000 fans
huddled in the huge concrete bowl
by bowing to the Uclans 13-0.
Jinx Broken
With this game, UCLA broke
a long standing jinx. Up until
this time, no Pacific Coast team
had ever been able to defeat a
team from south of the Mason-
Dixon line.
Florida did not roll over and
play dead, however, as is borne
out by the statistics. Bachman's
boys completed 10 of 25 passes
for 141 yards, and made a grand
total of 282 yards, as opposed
to the Bruins 233.
The Gators emerged from the
1931 season with a 2-6-2 record,
winning but one of five Southeast Southeastern
ern Southeastern Conference contests. An Au Auburn
burn Auburn team, not as defensively
stingy as their modem counter counterpart,
part, counterpart, was nosed out 13-12. Tul Tulanes
anes Tulanes Green Wave topped the SEC
race and gained national honors
with an undefeated season.
Gators Upset Uclans
A sophomoric Florida. eleven
came out of the wilderness of a
dismal 2-6 1932 season to upset a
favored UCLA grid team in a
Gainesville return match, 12-2.
The Gators combined a tight
defense with sparkling passing to
pull this one out of the fire. Orange
and Blue passers tossed 14 times,
completing six, for 98 yards, while
the Bruin bunch, attempting the
same number, could complete only
two for 14 yards, and three aer
ials were short circuited by Flor Florida
ida Florida defenders.
Eight years and three coaches
later, UCLA again appeared on
the U. of F. schedule. It was a
cold Saturday in December, five
shopping daya til Christmas, when
new head coach Tom Lieb took
the 1941 Fighting Gators to Jack Jacksonvilles
sonvilles Jacksonvilles Gator Bowl, loaded for
Bear.
Waterfield Key Man
The Bruins ran from the T
formation ta those days, and

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for the Bruin encounter. Our
young players must come through
for us, he added.
One of the young players upon
whom Woodruff wil 1 depend in to tonights
nights tonights drama is Jon Maceth,
193 pound sophomore fullback
from Pensacola, who moved into
prominence when Roberts and
second stringer Bob Milbv were
injured.
Center is another critic i! Ga Gator
tor Gator position, as Lakeland sopho sophomore
more sophomore Bill Hood attempts to back
hampered gridders Hergert and

I

By JACK WINSTEAD
Alligator Sports Editor

the key man in their attack was
quarterback Bob Waterfield,
once great pro passing ace for the
Los Angeles Rams and now mar married
ried married to movie actress Jane Rus Russell.
sell. Russell.
A scant crowd of 8,000 watched
in amazement as Liebs lads
ran up a 20-6 lead early in the
game. At this point, the Bruins
came out of hibernation and add added
ed added 24 points to their side of the
scoreboard before Florida could
recover.
The Orange and Blue pushed
over another seven points and
worked their way to the UCLA
30-yard line, before the clock ran
out and struck midnight for the
Gators. Waterfield and outfit
squeaked by, 30-27, in the closest
game of the series.
Statistics Even Out
The Bruins led in rushing sta statistics,
tistics, statistics, 228 to 22; but Florida
passers had a field day, complet completing
ing completing 12 of 13 tries for 233 yards.
Uclan aerial artists connected
but twice in 10 attempts for 70
yards.
The last -time Gator gridders
made the trip to California was
during Bob Woodruffs second
campaign as big chief in the Flo Florida
rida Florida camp.
The Rose Bowl was the scene
for the second time in Orange
and Blue history, but this time the
opposition was little Loyola Uni University.
versity. University. Over cautious Woodruff
took a 48-man squad along with
him and used most of them, as
Florida trampled the Los Angeles
school 40-7.
Battle of Quarterbacks
The contest turned into a battle
of quarterbacks. The best passer
in Gator history, Haywood Sulli Sullivan,
van, Sullivan, completed seven of 18 at attempts
tempts attempts for 93 yards and one touch touchdown.
down. touchdown. However, Sullivan had to
take a back seat this day, as
Loyolas Don Klosterman set a
national passing record by com completing
pleting completing 33 out of 63 tries.
The record he broke was his
own, set the year before, 26 con connections
nections connections on 50 attempts. His total
passing yardage for the fray came
to 372, but he could complete but
one touchdown pass of 41 yards
for Loyolas only score.
The Gators unveiled a star of
their own in soph fullback Rick
Casares, who averaged nine yards
on 12 rushes. Casares later gain gained
ed gained fame playing on the great 1952
Florida eleven which won seven,
lost three, and trimmed Tulsa 14-
1S in the Gator Bowl. The Bull
now plays for the pro Chicago
Bears and is concidered one of
the best fullbacks in the league.

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Graves, victiin of Mississippi
State and Tulane, respectively.
Panin Key Figure
Possible startei Doug Partin,
161 pound junior halfback with
little game experience, is a key
figure *or Floridas offensj The
fourth team right half was re recently
cently recently moved to the left naif naifback
back naifback p jsition wi*h the abscice vt
Lucey and Charlie Smith, the lat latter
ter latter dropping himself from the
squad.
Overall, the starting game
(11:15 our time) will match two
well seasoned lines, with UCLA
fielding a tested single wing back backfield,
field, backfield, whil 3 the Gators mus* rely,
for part of the game at least, on
green, but potentially greater
backs than their opponents.
46 Man fnceiing Squad
The 46 players listed on the tra traveling
veling traveling squad by Woodruff include:
Ends h.ick Arfaras, Dan
Edging ion Doi. Fleming. Dave
Hudson, Perry McGriff, Pa- Pat Patchen,
chen, Patchen, Bob Pracek and Tom Smith.
Tackles Dick Brantley, Chet
Collins, Pete Davidson, Vei Heck Heckman,
man, Heckman, Ronnie Slack, Roger Seals
Fred Schutz and Danny Royal.
Guards Asa Cox, Lawrin
Giannamore, Eiwin Johns. Vic
Miranda, Ken Norris, Don Sen Senterfitt,
terfitt, Senterfitt, Tc n Sheer and Jo Wind Windham.
ham. Windham.
Centers Dale Cansler, Graves,
Hergert, Hoc and Bob Wehking.
Quarterbacks Jimmy Dunn,
Mickey Ellent-urg, Jim Rhyne
and Wayne Williemson.
Halfbacks Bcrker, Don Deal,
Russell Dili's. Dave Fannin, Bob Bobby
by Bobby Joe Green, Bill Newbem, .lone
Page. Partin and Jack Westbrook.
Fullbacks Sonny Giles, Mac
Beth, Milby and Roberts
SEC SCHEDULE
Furman at Alabama (night)
Auburn at Kentucky (night)
Clem son at Vanderbilt (night)
Georgia at Florida State (night)
Tennessee at Georgia Tech
LSU at Miami (tonight)
Mississippi at Tulane (night)
Memphis St. at Mississippi St.

Newbern Lights Up Halfback Corps

. By DAVE RAIRIGH
Gator Sports Writer
Bustlin Bill Newbem, senior
halfback for the Orange and
Blue, could easily become Flor Floridas
idas Floridas backfield light in the dark darkness
ness darkness left by the departure of
Bemie Parrish to baseballs
minor leagues.
The five ten, 175 pound
speedster leads returning letter-,
men in yards gained-per car carry,
ry, carry, with a 4.0 average. In 26-
attempts he netted a total of
110 yards, his longest single car carry
ry carry being a 41-yard sprint again against
st against Georgia Tech good for the
second longest run of the 1957
season by a Gator player.
Newbern'g durability is shown
by the fact that last year he
played in every game, ending
with a total of 186 minutes of
action to his credit.
During that time he led all
pass receivers, with eight catch catches
es catches for 136 yards and one touch touchdown.
down. touchdown.
When asked about tonights
game in California, Bill hinted,
Its going to be just as rough
as the Mississippi State game
was, and I sure hope injuries
dont hurt us too sorely.
As to future contests, he re remarked,
marked, remarked, I think we have a
good chance at upsetting Auburn
if we can rock our team back
into shape and patch up >ur in injured

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GUNNING FOR BEAR! . Thats just what tackle Dick Brantley (left) and
fullback Charlie Roberts (right) will have on their minds tonight, when they
go against UCLAs Bruins in Los Angeles.


PROBABLE STARTING LINEUPS
FLORIDA GATORS UCLA BRUINS
Player Wt. Ht. Position Ht. Wt. Player
Don Fleming 184 6-0 LE 6-0 175 Dick Wallen
Dick Brantley 210 5-11 LT 6-0 216 Bill Leeka
Asa Cox 226 5-6% LG 5-10 201 Clint Whitfield
or
Lawrin Giannamore 204 6-0
Joe Hergert 204 6-1 C 6-0 200 Dick Butler
Edwin Johns 197 6-1 RG 6-0 203 Rod Cochran
or
Vic Miranda 212 5-11
Vel Heckman 231 8-0 RT 6-2 206 Jim Wallace
Dan Edgington .. 189 6-2% RE 6-0 180 i John Pierovich
Jimmy Dunn 142 5-10 QB-BB 5-9 175 Dave Peterson
Billy Booker 175 5-11LHB-TB 6-0 190 L Jim Steffen
or
Doug Partin 181
Bill Newbem BHB WB 811 190 ParSl W
Charlie Bober* W> M 5-11 MT 1

jured injured players. Man, those injur injuries
ies injuries hurt!
Hie two year Detterman was
born in Sarasota and later mov moved
ed moved northeast to Jacksonville.
There he started football in the
eighth grade, embarking upon
an interesting athletic carteer.
Fullback was his original posi position
tion position on the junior high team,
and he maintained the position
after entering high school in
Jacksonville.
At Landon Bill played three
years of varsity ball and lettered

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every year. His senior year he
was selected All City, later
being voted most athletic.
An interesting sidelight is Jay
Newbem, Bill's younger broth brother,
er, brother, who led the Landon gridders
to the 1956 Big Ten Champion Championship
ship Championship as team captain.
Newbem is a member of the.
.Sigma Alpha Epsilon social fra fraternity
ternity fraternity and the F-club. He rooms
with two athletes ey die name
of Bobby Joe Green and War Warren
ren Warren Fair, both juniors. (Inciden (Incidentally,
tally, (Incidentally, Bill Is the leading gin

rummy player oI the trio, inci incidently,
dently, incidently, said Green. No ldd*
ding that Bill 1b a good gin
rummy player man, said
Fair).
Coming to the University on
a football grant in*aid scholar scholarship.
ship. scholarship. Nubby chose the Field
of physical education as a ma major.
jor. major. He later plans on the United
States Marines gringo corps.
As of now, Newnem has no
special girl friend, but would
like to meet a rich girl with a
big car. As a matter of fact
so would his roommates!
Cross Country
Time Trials Set
Florida cross country coach Wal Walter
ter Walter Welsch announced yesterday
that time trials for both var varsity
sity varsity and freshman harriers have
been scheduled for this Saturday
at 10:00 AM.
He predicted a successful sea season
son season for his Gators, and hinted at
a possible Southeastern Confer Conference
ence Conference crown, if the Orange and
Blue can overcome Mississippi
State, last years league cham champions.
pions. champions.
Transfers Bob Fuller of Big
Springs, Texas and Ron Allen of
Hutchison, Kansas have looked
said Welsch.
The harrier coach mentioned
other standouts in practice as
toing Joltin Jack Huennikins of
Milwaukee, Wiser nsin, Dale Pat Patton
ton Patton of St. Petersburg Ronnie
Forgeson of and Michael
Mann of Coral Gables.
CROSS COUNTRY
SCHEDULE
October 20Miami at Gainesville
10:00 AM
October 27Georgia at Gainesville
11:00 AM
November BAuburn at Auburn
November BMiami8 Miami at Miami
November 24Southeastern Con Conference
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IN CALIFORNIA CLASH
' V*- u-.
Finkel, Buchalter Agree;
Gators to Tame Bruins
EDITORS NOTE: Our crystal ball gazers did them themselves
selves themselves proud last week, both finishing over the .700
mark.
Prognosticator Bill Buchalter was nipping at rival
Sports Editor Emeritus Kenn Finkels heels this time
out, but fell short by a single game.
Buchalters big upset of the day failed to mater materialize,
ialize, materialize, as Notre Dame followed form with a 14-6 de decision
cision decision over South era Methodist. Georgia foiled both pig pigskin
skin pigskin pickers by losing to South Carolina in the only
Southeastern Conference loss of tire day.
Our Gator Prognosticator, seeking to out-guess
leader Finkel for the first time this season, plunges
into the fourth big weekend with several upsets dotting
his predictions.
Last Week i j Season
FINKEL 12 3 2 .765 25 7 2 .743
BUCHALTER 11 4 2 .706 22 11 2 .657

By KENN FINKEL
Sports Editor Emeritus
Last Saturday was a day of up upsets.
sets. upsets. Thats an understatement!
It was enough to make any pro prognosticator
gnosticator prognosticator turn grey. However, a
good writer, like a good football
team, is supposed to be able to
bounce back; so, Ill venture fcrth
with this weeks predictions.
Witii Homecoming just about
a week away, its a little difficult
to concentrate on the games at
hand, theres always that special
something drawing the sports sportswriter
writer sportswriter to the University City, and
this pencil pusher is no excep exception.
tion. exception. So, hoping to see you in
Gainesville next Friday, here goes
ihis weeks effort:
FLORIDA over UCLA The
Gators, a good team in any
ones book, should bounce back
against th e Bruins. Whether a
weeks ayoff has dulled the edge
remains to be seen.
UCLA, suffering from a proba probation
tion probation imposed on them by the soon soonto-be-forgotten
to-be-forgotten soonto-be-forgotten Pacific Coast Con Conference,
ference, Conference, has not lived up to pre preseason
season preseason estimates and also is ham hampered
pered hampered by the untimely death of
coach Red Sanders. If injuries
dont slow down the Orange and
Blue too much, the score should
be about 20-14.
ALABAMA oyer Furman Tide
will ecme in for Bryant.
AUBURN over Kentucky Ti Tigers
gers Tigers fcgger than Wildcats.
CLEMSON over Vanderbilt
Howard s boys are tovtgh. Well
see erough of the Commodores
at Homecoming.
FLORIDA STATE over Georgia
Sctlp 'em!
TENNESSEE over Georgia
Tech Vols have mo e than first
me* *.he eye.
MIAMI over Louisiana State
The Bulls line is bigger than the
Bullets
OLE MISS over Tulane Hap Hapless
less Hapless Greenies just don i have it.
MISSISSIPPI STATE over Mem Memphis
phis Memphis State Maroons to bounce
baf'k.
RICE over Kansas Owls will
hoot at Razor backs.
OKLAHOMA over Texas
Sooners wont fall asleep again.
OHIO STATE over Illinois
Hayes has another machine.

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By BILL BUCHALTER
Gator Prognosticator
Alls fair in love and war ex except
cept except in predicting football games.
My upsets almost came through
for me but then again, the almost
is as unpredictable as converting
a two- point extra point.
Homecoming is only a week
away, so everything should begin
swinging, including maybe some
of the prognostications in my fa favor.
vor. favor. With all this in mind, I now
delve deeply into the dark and
dreary drama portrayed through
the crystal ball and offer:
FLORIDA over UCLA Every Everybody
body Everybody accuses me of being a Gator
fan and a homer but then I dont
mind since I think the Orange
and Blue have a fine football
team. Oh yes, the single wing.
It seems to me that fellows like
Woodruff, Robinson, Foldberg, and
Powell know their share, in fact
a Bruins share, of the single wing
style attack.
ALABAMA over Furman The
Bear is starting to growl.
AUBURN over Kentucky The
Cats are not Chattanooga.
CLEMSON over Vanderbilt
The Tigers claws are sharp.
GEORGIA over FSU The
Bullpups to snap at the frisky
Seminole*.
GEORGIA TECH over Tennes Tennessee
see Tennessee Love that Grant Field .
LSU over Miami Cannon-fire
to cut down Curci.
OLE MISS over Tulane Clos Closer
er Closer than expected:
MISS. STATE over Memphis
State Stacy should shine.
ARKANSAS over Rice Top
backs Abraqis and Entman will
show the way.
OKLAHOMA o v r Texas Ok Oklahoma,
lahoma, Oklahoma, where the wind comes
sweeping oer the plain.
OHIO STATE over Illinois
Buckeye bait.