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Volume 51, Number 18

Court Re verses;
Injunttion Holds
New Decision Blocks Card Plan
After Already Abandoned by SG
The Honor Court reversed its previous decision and
upheld an injunction Monday at a new hearing on a
petition requesting an injunction against any plans to
create a freshman card-cheering section at the FSU
game.

UF Journalists
Attend National
Press Confab
Four delegates from the Univer University
sity University of Florida joined journalists
from all over the nation last
week-end at the national conven convention
tion convention of the American Collegiate
Press in Chicago.
George Brown, business mana manager,
ger, manager, and Jack Winstead, sports
editor, represented the Alligator,
while managing editor Sandra
Moore and editor Fern Totty were
the delegates from the Seminole.
The group left from Jackeonvile
via Delta Air lines Wednesday,
Nov. 12, and returned from Chi Chicago
cago Chicago the following Sunday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. The Conrad Hilton Hotel
in downtown Chicago was the fo focal
cal focal point of the weekends activi activities.
ties. activities.
The delegation was comprised
of representatives from college
newspapers, yearbooks, and mag magazines.
azines. magazines. Prospective member pub publications
lications publications of the ACP as well as
present members attended the
conference.
Special sessions were held to ex exchange
change exchange ideas and to compare work
procedures between representativ representatives
es representatives from different localities. Prom Prominent
inent Prominent speakers in the field of jour journalism
nalism journalism addressed the various divi divisions.
sions. divisions.
A guided tour of Chicago, includ including
ing including a visit to the Chicago Tribune,
and a semi formal dance were
some of the social highlights of
the weekend. A special luncheon,
at which Al Capp was the guest
speaker, climaxed the activities.
The convention is an annual
event and is held in different sec secticms
ticms secticms of the country each year.
Next years meeting is to be held
in Colorado.
Sharp Shooter
To Get Bird
Seventy five frozen turkeys go
on the firing line today, In the
12th annual Turkey Shott sponsor sponsored
ed sponsored by the Army ROTC rifle team
and the Agricultural Council here.
The shoot will run today, tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow Monday and Tuesday. The
ROTC Rifle Range will be open
from 9:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. all
day* except tomorrow when the
range will close temporarily for
the Florida F.S.U. game.
A turkey will be awarded the
highest score in each firing order
of 1 shooters. All shooting wiU
be done with a .22 calibre rifles.
There will be firearms furnished
at the range but entrants may use
their own rifles if they so desire.
Entry fee is 31 per person which
may be paid at the range located
behind the sewage treatment
plant. Signs will be placed around
campus to indicate the way to the
shoot which is open to the gener general
al general public.
Trophies will be awarded the
fraternity, sorority, and indepe independent
ndent independent group scoring highest over overall
all overall points. Each individual is limi limited
ted limited *o two turkeys. Ammunition
and targets are furnished free to
those filing.
s
1,700 Expected ho Attend
First Fla-FSU Barbeque
More than 1,700 persons are
expected at the first annual Uni University
versity University of Florida-FBU alumni
barbecue in Florida Gymnasium
Snturdny, according to Bill
Fleming, assistant director of
University of Florida Alumni
Affairs.
The barbecue gets underway
at 11 a.m. and is being spon sponsored
sored sponsored Jointly by alumni associa associations
tions associations of the two state universi universities.
ties. universities. rp^
Fleming, who is h charge of
hwfcoewe *s expected to become
local arrangements, MUd the
barbecue is expected to become
a traditional event for alumni
es the University of Florida and
no.

mi FLORIDA ALLIGATOR

The decision to enjoin any ac action
tion action on the freshman card section
will return the seating arrange arrangement
ment arrangement to status quo. In other
words the John Marshall Bar As Association
sociation Association and Flavets will occupy
the same section which they occu occupied
pied occupied prior to the creation of the
new seating plan.
The rehearing was a culminat culmination
ion culmination of various conflicts which re resulted
sulted resulted from the passage of a pro proposal
posal proposal by the Executive Council to
create the new freshman card sec section.
tion. section. Members of J. M. B. A. peti petitioned
tioned petitioned for a hearing before the
Honor Court. The Honor Court
granted the hearing.
The injunction proposed by the
J.M.B.A. was defeated at the first
hearing. A second petition request requesting
ing requesting a rehearing was also granted
by the Honor Court. At this hear hearing
ing hearing the Honor Court reversed its
former decision and granted the
injunction.
.JM.B.A. President Speaks
In addressing the Honor Court
on behalf of the proponents, Whit Whittey
tey Whittey Urquhart, President of the
John Marshall Bar Association,
stated that the Honor Court should
place an Injunction against the
Freshman card section until such
time as they should meet to deter determine
mine determine whether or not the Execu Executive
tive Executive Councils decision was con constitutional.
stitutional. constitutional. He pointed out that
there is inherent harm in any
unconstitutional act.
According to Urquhart, Tom
Biggs had affirmed that there
would be no card section at the
FSU football game. He stated,
therefore, that an injunction by
the Honor Court would merely re return
turn return conditions to status quo.
In other words the J.M.B.A. and
Flavet would return to their form former
er former positions in the card section at
the FSU game.
He added that UF needs a card
section at the FSU game in order
to put its best foot forward.
J.M.B.A. and Flavet are ready and
able to once again occupy the
card section and do their best at
the game according to Equhart.
Larry Stagg, also speaking for
the proponents, stated that in his
opinion on one in J.M.B.A. felt
that he had a vested right to a
seat in the card section. He add added,
ed, added, however, that to suddenly ex expel
pel expel them from the card section
WTTfiout warning constituted a
breach of agreement on the part
of student government.
No Harm Done, Says Biggs
Tom Biggs, Student Body pre president,
sident, president, speaking as the respondent,
stressed the importance of the
petitioners showing what harm
would result if the plan were not
enjoined. He pointed out that the
proponents had not done this sat satisfactorily.
isfactorily. satisfactorily.
Biggs said that under the pre present
sent present circumstances he did not
believe that the J. M. B. A. would
put their best foot forward,
if returned to the card section.
Among the reasons why the freh frehman
man frehman card section was called off
according to Biggs was the failure
to obtain the new cards ordered
for the game, and the present re resentment
sentment resentment by many students to the
plan. j
(Continued On Page FIVE)

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University of Florida, Gainesville, FI oridaFriday, November 21, 1958

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MISTY JUNE CHRISTY .
... to star at Fall Frolics
Strozier Sees FSU Win;
5,000 Seminoles Here
By ARLENE AJLLIGOOD
Gator Executive Editor
President Strozier has flatly predicted an FSU victory!
These were the words of Bucky Cannon, editor of the Florida
State University newspaper, The Flambeau, in a long-distance phone
interview late Wednesday night.

Estimating between 4 5,000
FSU rival visitors, Cannon said the
student body had an all-out pep
rally scheduled for last night in
Doak Campbell Stadium with
band, cherleaders, football team
and Coach Tom Nugent present.
Our Student Body President
has warned discontinuence of
FSU-U of F games if theres any
trouble, said Cannon when asked
if there has been any talk of riots.
Officials at the University in
Tallahasse have stressed the im importance
portance importance of good behavior on the
part of the students. Cannon said
the group had been informed as
to the hospitality shown last week
by student leaders at U of F and
of the welcome packs given to the
representatives.
The barrage of FSU students will
begin pouring into Gainesville
Friday night as some fans will
arrive to watch the Leon High
School Lions take on the Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville High School team as a pre prelude
lude prelude to the main event Saturday.
There will be no early class
dismissals, the Flambeau editor
stated-
According to the Tallahasse
Democrat, eighteen char ter e d
Schuler Squashes
FSU Riot Rumors
Chief of Campus Police Audie
I. Shuler officially squashed all
rumors yesterday of extra-precau extra-precautionary
tionary extra-precautionary measures to handle FSU-
U of F student relations this com coming
ing coming weekend.
Shuler said that beyond the use
Highway Patrol officers to handle
the traffic from what purports to
be the largest home crowd in U
of F history ,he expects no spe special
cial special trouble.
Unless, he added, the news newspapers
papers newspapers try to promote something.
Shuler said police will follow
normal procedures, which include
spotting uniformed officers in the
stands. He added that the of officers
ficers officers in the stands are those who
want to see the game and are not
required to attend.

buses all that Greyhound and
Trailways bus companies could
spare will be used to transport
fans to the game. Officials at both
companies said they could have
chartered 20 or 25 more if they
had been available.
Most of the students will ar arrive
rive arrive early Saturday morning,
said Cannon. Some have made ac accommodations
commodations accommodations in fraternity and
sorority houses but many will
just sleep in their care.
To boost spirit, the Seminoles
are sending their 80-piece band
along with a cheering squad of
eight persons. The entire team will
fly down by National Airlines
charter and return the same way.
Cannon stated that the admin administration
istration administration had no special commit committee
tee committee to handle student migration
and relations to another Univer University
sity University in a situation such as this.
But/ he said, A special com committee
mittee committee was appointed and sent
to Gainesville last week to make
pre-weekend plans with your stu student
dent student government and promote good
relations.
We are regarding the affair in informally,
formally, informally, Cannon said. We ex expect
pect expect no trouble up here, he main maintained
tained maintained regarding rivalry between
the Gators and Seminoles.
No Editorials Written
I have written no editorals
about the weekend, Cannon stat stated
ed stated but added that he is planning
on writing a short editorial for
todays issue of The Flambeau
urging students to act with cau caution.
tion. caution.
Cannon laughed when asked if
the Seminole school spirit was high
regarding the game and other
weekend festivities. Its all thats
(Continued On Page SIX)
Peels Gone; More Dec. 1 st
The Orange Peel sold out aft
5,500 copies yesterday.
However, 1,509 additional cop copies
ies copies have been ordered and will be
here for distribution Dec. 1 ac according
cording according to Editor Dave Baacy.

Frolics Weekend Opens
With Gym Dance Tonight

Joint UF-FSU
Pep Rally Set
Tomorrow at 11
By GLORIA BROWN
A joint Florida-F.S.U.
pep rally will be held in the
plaza of the Americas to tomorrow'
morrow' tomorrow' at 11 oclock.
Cheerleaders and bands from
both universities will be on hand
making this spirit educing affair
the most rival filled since the
Florida Miami rally of 1958.
Welcoming preparation for F.S.-
U. students have been visable
throughout Gainesville. WSA
has made two banner signs read reading
ing reading Welcome F.S.U.
A reception was held for Flori Florida
da Florida States Student Body officers
last week in the Bryan Lounge of
the Florida Union President Reitz
and several faculty members were
present in this initial public rela relations
tions relations program. During the recep reception
tion reception plans for the migrating F.S.U.
students coming here for the week
end were discussed.
Several rumours about rivalry
planks wer e dismissed as false. A
proposal to make this kind of
meeting a traditional affair was
accepted by those present.
Following the reception a lunch luncheon
eon luncheon was held in the Walnut Room
of the Hub. Speaker Robert Bea Beaty,
ty, Beaty, dean of student personnel said
that he hoped students attitudes
today will be of friendly rival rival-99
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Welcome bundles made up by
the F.S.U. Welcoming Committee
were given to Seminoles last week
with their ticket purchases. lists
of Gainesvilles eating places, a
schedule of activities for the week
end, and a map of the campus
are included in the bundle. Sever Several
al Several thousand information packages
were made.
John Higdon, chairman of the
welcoming committee, was assist assisted
ed assisted on his committee by Norma
Sarra, president of Panhellenic
Council, Anne Booke, president of
W.S.A. and Joe Ripley, president
of Interfratemity Council.
FSU Coeds Need
Special Permits
By AL MOFFETT
Coeds from FSU planning to
attend the FSU-Florida football
game tomorrow will be given
special late privileges in order to
allow them to attend Fall Frolics
tomorrow night, according to FSU
Dean of Women Warren.
Contrary to campus rumors,
visiting coeds can stay at hotels,
motels or elsewhere provided a
letter from their parents, is filed
with Dean Warren.
Buses will be chartered by some
FSU student organizations to bring
students to the game and these
will leave Gainesville at midnight,
tomorrow to arrive at the Tall Tallahassee
ahassee Tallahassee University somewhere
around 4 a.m. Dean Warren
states that If a girl does not
belong to an organization that is
chartering a bus, and takes a
common carrier back to Talla Tallahassee,
hassee, Tallahassee, the curfew will be when
the carrier arrives.
Those riding in cars will be re required
quired required to be back in the dorm by
12:30 a. m. Sunday, Dean Warren
added. Students in this category
would have to leave Gainesville
shortly after game time to arrive
before curfew, due to the game
traffic.
(Continued On Page FIVE)
No Trouble Seen
By Pres. Reitz
President Reitz played down
the possibilities ! trouble bet between
ween between UF and Florida State stu students
dents students during the coming week weekend
end weekend 1b aa Interview Wednesday.
Ib extending a welcome to the
isaktr of FSU students
converging on the campus for
the long awaited football
game between the two school*,
Beta Indicated that he believes
eaiagfc to regard the contest aa
**l am looking forward to a
Ran weekend, he added, "and
I mb save everyoae will enjoy

BILLY BOOKER .
Ready for Indian Uprising
TOMORROW ON FLORIDA FIELD
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Gators Seek Scalps
In Seminole Struggle
By BUDDY MARTIN
Gator Sports Writer
T The largest crowd ever to witness a football game at Florida
Field will view the first meeting of Floridas Gators and FSdJa
Seminoles tomorrow, as two of the Souths leading bowl contend contenders
ers contenders clash before an expected crowd of 43,000.

Plenty of firework* are on the
agenda for tomorrow, for aside
from the fact that the two state
institution* are tangling for the
first time (since Florida State
has become co ed), both teams
are in contention for the newly
founded Blue Grass Bowl and the
Sunshine States Gator Bowl.
One of the nations best defen defensive
sive defensive teams (Gators) will be fac facing
ing facing a red hot offensive squad
(FSU) that' has maintained an av average
erage average of 22.9 points per game;
and both are blessed with excep exceptionally
tionally exceptionally strong first units.
In & game like this, both
teams will be going all out and
most anything can happen com commented
mented commented coach Bob Woodruff of
Florida, and their (FSUs) se second
cond second team has been underrated
by a lot of people.
Pickard Leads Ground Gainers
Coach Tom Nugents Seminol Seminoles,
es, Seminoles, with a record of seven wins
and two losses, boast one of the
leading ground gainers in the
nation in junior fullback Fred
Pickard. The 165 pounder has a
rushing average of 5.2 yard* in
118 carries.
The nucleus of Florida States
passing attack lies at the quarter quarterback
back quarterback post, where senior field
general Vic Prinxi makes hi s
home. The 170 pounder has com completed
pleted completed 40 aerials in 69 attempts
for a total of 463 yards and six
touchdowns.
Right behind Prinxi is junior Joe
Majors who has connected 14 tim times
es times in 45 trie* for 206 yards and
three tallies.
Reitx Explains
Drinking Policy
(Editor's Note: Following is a
statement issued to the student
body by University President J.
Wayne Reitx yesterday after afternoon.)
noon.) afternoon.)
A number of persons recently,
including several members of the
student body, have called to my
attention that violations of the
University drinking policy have
been noted at football games this
year. I would like to point out that
it is a long-standing policy of the
University and th Board of Con Control
trol Control that the possession and con consumption
sumption consumption of alchoholic beverages
are prohibited on University of
Florida property.
It is my conviction that students
will cooperate with the law en enforcement
forcement enforcement officers in seeing that
.violations Os this policy are die-,
continued.
i. Wayne Reitx
FsHisl, V d V

At the halfback slots the red
men will have senior Bobby Renn,
leading Seminole scorer with 44
points, and sophomore Jack Es Espenship,
penship, Espenship, top pass receiver with
16 receptions.
Ulmer Top lineman
In the Indian forward wall, Nu Nugent
gent Nugent has 176 pound junior guard
A1 Ulmer, who he calls perhaps
the best little lineman in the coun coun(Continued
(Continued coun(Continued On Page EIGHT)
'EI Torro' Faces
Gatorettes At
Halftime Show
i
Two of- Dixies finest college
bands will stage both individual
and joint performances Saturday
when the visiting Seminoles from
Florida State meet the University
of Florida Fighting Gator*.
The combined bands, with more
than 250 musicians on the field,
will play Florida* official state
song, Swanee River, in a spec special
ial special marching arrangement by the
acting director of the Florida
Band Reid Poole.
Manley Whitcomb, Director of
the Florida State Band, will con conduct
duct conduct the band* in the National An
them, climaxing pre game cere
monies.
The Gator Bands half tims
entertainment will be based on
Pan American customs. The
show uses bullfight melodies ar arranged
ranged arranged for the occasion by Aasl Aasl
- Aasl Director Richard W. Bowles.
El Torro will charge the torea toreadors
dors toreadors the famed Gatorettes.
Theme of the half time per performance
formance performance by Florida States Mar
ching Chiefs will be Florida in
Hi FI.
Gator Band members will host
the visitors from Florida State at
a social Saturday morning follow.
lng joint rehearsals of the bands.
Students to Get Free
Programs At FSU Game
Free programs listing plzyem
for both the FSU and Florida
teams will be provided free te
students at the football game
Saturday according to Blair Cul Culpepper,
pepper, Culpepper, head of program dis distribution.
tribution. distribution.
The programs which give a
brief nw down oa players from
both teams are provided by
the Athletic Council.
The A the le tic Council exprms exprmsed
ed exprmsed its gratitude to the Univer University
sity University Athcletie Association for Its

serving
12,000 students
at university
of florida

Eight Pages This Edition

June Christy,
Johnny Long
Among Stars
By SANDY ANDERSON
Gator Staff Writer
The long awaited Frolics
weekend commenses tonight
with the all-campus semi semiformal
formal semiformal dance at the Florida
Gym at 8 oclock.
Because of the Gyms li limited
mited limited capacity one half of
the University is invited to
tonights dance, the other
to Saturdays at 9 p.m. Tic Tickets
kets Tickets for $3.50 a couple will
be on sale at the door.
Blues will be provided by Capi Capitals
tals Capitals recording star, Miss June
Christy, downbeat by Johnny
Long and his band from Coral
and King Records.
The Gym will be transformed
by a false cloth celling of mid midnight
night midnight blue glittering with tinsel
stars and steaming with bluesy
atmosphere in Tempo with star
vocalist Miss Christys sophisto sophistocated
cated sophistocated style.
Immediately after the Florida
F.S.U. football fracua students
from both Universities are Invited
to a pre dance concert in the
gym. Johnny Long Plays music musicman
man musicman for the afternoon.
The misty" Miss Christy,
brightest star in the Frolics
constellation will shine forth as
featured vocalist this weekend.
Miss Christy, originally Shirley
Luster, embarked upon her ca career
reer career in show business at the ear early
ly early age of 13. It seemed a dream
come true when she
first singing job.
It is Bill Oetzel, leader of So Society
ciety Society Dance Band who can claim
the distinction of having first
recognised her talent by giving
the starry-eyed teen-ager with
the grown-up voice a vocal spot
in his group in 1938.
After this first break the stair stairway
way stairway to stardom shown brightly
as she ascended its glittering
steps. National recognition came
when she joined Stan Kentons
band. It was when sheijoined Ken Kenton
ton Kenton that she was first billed un under
der under the now famous name of June
Christy. j
Some of Miss Christys most
famous recordings were made
during the period ahe appeared
with Kentons group. These discs
include the now classical "Tam "Tampico,
pico, "Tampico, How High The Moon,
Willow Weep for Me, Ill Re Remember
member Remember April, and many others.
More than stardom came to
June aa a result of her sojourn
with the Kenton troop for its was
during this time that she met and
married one of the bands sax
players, Bill Cooper. Shay Christy
Cooper, born in 1964, i*nt old
enough to steal any of Mother's
(Continued Oa Page SIX)
Coed Honor Frat
Sets Application
Deadline Today
The deadline to Trianon applica applications
tions applications to today according to Jo Aa
LitJtls, president.
In order to be qualified for
membership in Florida's Honora Honorary
ry Honorary Leadership and Service Frater Fraternity
nity Fraternity for Women a coed must be a
regularly enrolled woman student
at the University erf Florida.
Other requirements are: an
overall scholastic average of .t
above the all womens average
from the previous year. (In 1957-
58 the all womens average was
2.4432. This means that the wo woman
man woman must have an overall average
of not less than 2.6432), have
completed at least 70 hours
of college work, five semesters,
three of which must have been
taken at the University of Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. (Two summer school terms
shall constitute one regular se semester),'
mester),' semester),' have distinguished her herself
self herself In one field of extra-curricular
endeavor, and have been recom recommended
mended recommended by an officially recognized
University organization such as:
Womens Student association. Pan Panhellenic,
hellenic, Panhellenic, Florida Players, Division
of Music, School Publications,
Hall Councils of Womens Resi Residence
dence Residence halls, Sororities, Religious
Organizations. No second semester
senior will be eligible for mem membership.
bership. membership.
Miss Little said she hoped ns
woman student who has distin distinguished
guished distinguished herself during her college
career will be overlooked for pos possible
sible possible membership la Trianon.



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-Tin Florida Alligator, Fit, Nov. 21, 1958

Cultural Calendar

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GHMxw Cultural Editor
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Seminole* la shapely Katherine Knadle, a freshman majorette and
Gainesville native.
Foreign Teaching Posts
Available to UF Students

Teaching positions in foreign
countries are available to Educat Education
ion Education and Liberal Arts majors, but
few students take advantage of
this opportunity, according to Dr.
Edward-Joseph W. Fordyce, co coordinator
ordinator coordinator of the educational place placement
ment placement office. 'O
A lack of understanding of the
services of the Placement Office
available to them is one of the
reasons more students dont go
abroad to teach, Fordyc e said.
Each year the Placement Of Office
fice Office receives requests and infor information
mation information for teaching positions in
many South American, European,
Piano Recital Set
By Dept, of Music
A piano recital by Grady Mau Maurice
rice Maurice Hinson will he presented by
the University of Florida Depart Department
ment Department of Music at* 3 .40 p.m. Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, in Room 122, Building R.
The program will include eight
elections by Mozart, Dallapicco Dallapiccola,
la, Dallapiccola, Chopin, Shubert and Proko Prokofiev.
fiev. Prokofiev.
Hinson will perform at Stetson
University on Nov. 24. He is assis assistant
tant assistant professor of music at South Southern
ern Southern Baptist Theological Seminary,
Louisville, Ky.
He received an AB degree from
the University of Florida in 1952
and an MA from the University
of Michigan in 1955.
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Christmas Program
Slated By Dept, of Music
The U of F Department of Mu Music
sic Music ie completing arrangements
for its annual Christmas presenta presentation
tion presentation at the University Auditorium
Dec. 7th.
Featuring a Christmas Oratorio
by Camille Saint Saens, El wood
Keister will conduct the joint pre presentation
sentation presentation of the University Choral
Union and the University Symp Symphony
hony Symphony Orchestra.
Soloists will be Sarah Baughan,
soprano; Ann Gracy, contralto;
Kerry Kelly, tenor; and Mark Ha Hansen,
nsen, Hansen, baritone.

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Most students prefer to teach
in Europe, since they can do more
sight seeing there, explained
Fordyce.
The Army Recruitment Pro Program
gram Program for American Dependent
Schools Overseas offer excellent
opportunities for teaching posi positions
tions positions abroad, Fordyce said.
The dependent schools, located
principally in Japan, Okinawa,
Germany, France and northern
Italy, are maintained by the Ar Army
my Army for the children of military
and civilian personnel stationed
in these areas.
Under this program teachers
must agree to serve a minimum
of 12 months overseas. The teach teacher
er teacher who does not plan to remain
and ieach a second year is fur furnished
nished furnished return transportation fol following
lowing following completion of the school
year.
The basic salary rate is $4,980 a
calendar year and employees as assigned
signed assigned to foreign posts are prov provided
ided provided Government housing without
charge.
The employee who chooses to
remain overseas to teach for
more than one school year may
take advantage of the summer
months to travel or to attend a
foreign university

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Greeks Extend Welcome to FSU Friends

By GRACE HINSON
Gator Society Editor
The Greeks welcome their
friends from FSU to a round of
parties this weekend Gator style!
The Florida Florida State
game, falls on the most illustri illustrious
ous illustrious weekend of the season,- Fall
Frolics. The troops have been pre preparing
paring preparing for this affair for ages,
and It will feature a formal dance
in the and private festivities
at the Frat. houses, some beginn beginning
ing beginning this afternoon.
The SAEs (besides the all allweekend
weekend allweekend vigil over Leo will attend
Frolics tonight. After the dance
the Big Alphs will return to the
Terrace for a hifi party. Tomor Tomorrow
row Tomorrow there will be a pre-game
cocktail partv. a post-game cock cocktail
tail cocktail party, ner, and closed
dance with Bill Washington and
his Knights of Joy Providing the
music. Hie SAEs entertained the
KDs at a coffee hour social last
night.
Alpha Chi Nightclub was the
scene of Wednesday night festivi festivities
ties festivities for the Sigma Chis at the
AXO house. Showgirls Arlene Fil Fillinger,
linger, Fillinger, Hugh Ann Cason, and Bar Barbara
bara Barbara Taylor provided brief enter entertainment.
tainment. entertainment.
The Phi Taus will do their
Frolicing tonight. Accompanied
by 35 visiting FSU Phi Taus, the
Florida Phi Taus will leave the
house for Florida Field at 1:15.
After the Seminoles get trounced,
there'll be a buffet dinner at the
house.
Tomorrow night Matt Dillon and
Paladin will take time out from
their TV shows to attend Phi Tau
Wil West Party. Music will be
made for the dance by Louis King
and his band from Jax.
Betas Get Goulish
This weekends socializing will
begin at the Beta house with a
Cool Ghoul party tonight. En Entertainment
tertainment Entertainment will be provided by
the hifi in the Black Lagoon Room
and by the Pyramids in the
graveyard area. Tomorrow the
chapter will jcumey to the gym
after a pre-dance party and will
return to a breakfast after the
dance.
Last Sunday morning the KDs
had an initiation breakfast in ho honor
nor honor of their new initiates. Elea Eleanor
nor Eleanor Betts and JoAnn Gilles re received
ceived received the scholarship award and
best pledge award, respective respectively.
ly. respectively. The KDs entertained the Phi
Delts at a social Wednesday
night.
The AEPis are holding their an annual
nual annual Frolics banquet at the Hub
tonight. After the IFC dance, the
AEPis will return to their house
for a Playboy party complete
with playboy decorations and the
choosing of a chapter play playmate.
mate. playmate. The Blue-notes will play
for the dance. Brunch will be ser served
ved served before the game tomorrow.
A Mardi-Gras costume party i 3
planned for tomorrow night. TTie
Behune-Cookman Variety Orches Orchestra,
tra, Orchestra, consisting of a 15 piece band,
an eight piece choral group and
two solo vocalists will provide
spectacular entertainment.
Hie TEKEs will party at Lake
Marion today and tonight. To Tomorrow
morrow Tomorrow the TEKEs will attend
Frolics.
Delta Chis have French Motif
The Delta Chis will party at
their house tonight and attend
Frolics tomorrow night. Tonights
party will have a French motif.
A large gathering of alumni will
be entertained. Jack Paul was
initiated last Sunday.
Two new pledgee at the Phi Mu
house are Brenda Bailes and Judy
Beatty. The Phi Mus and Delts
had a social Wednesday night.
Coffee Hour will be held every
Thursday by the Phi Mus from
9 to 10:30.
The Phi Delts from Tally wIU
join the Gainesvill # Phi's for a
1 joint party tonight. Batman and

Robin will make a unique en entrance
trance entrance into the Phi Delt house to
play for dancing at the Batman
themed party. A hifi party la in
store for the group before and af after
ter after the affair at the gym tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow.
Delta Sigma Phi flies to the
South Pacific tomorrow night. The
plane departs at 9:00 p.m. and ar arrives
rives arrives on the Isle of Vlpayolsja
at 9:01. A dance on the beach
with music by Pifo Studenburg
will be high lighted by swaying
palm* and sarongs.
Last week Zeta's entertained the
Kappa Sigs at a social. Sunday
afternoon the Zetas entertained
the Sigma Chi's with an outdoor
Wednesday night the KA's were
entertained by the Zetas at a so social.
cial. social. New pledges at the Zeta
house are Kathy Knadle, Maggie
Flood, and Sherry Wooley.
Pikes Frolic Tonight
The Pikes will go to Frolics
tonight. Tomorrow, after a rous rousing
ing rousing victory over FSU in the af afternoon,
ternoon, afternoon, the Pikes will be en entertained
tertained entertained and will entertain to
the music of Big Daddy and
Dick Parkers band. Other recent
events have been the Friday night
Western social with the ADPis
and the brother-pledge football I
gamethe brothers won.
This evening the TEPa will get
the weekend underway with a
champagne cocktail party, follow followed
ed followed by a formal banquet. After
attending Frolics in the gym to tonight,
night, tonight, the TEPs will return to
their house for a "roaring dance
with the Dukes of Rhythm issuing
the sounds. Tomorrow night the
skyliners -will be on hand for
another dance. The highlight of
the evening will be the crowning
of the new TEP Sweetheart.
Frolics at the Theta Chi house
this weekend is initiated with a
roaring Twenties costume par party,
ty, party, complete to the proverbial
bathtub. Music appropriate to the
happy decade will be played by
the Cartunes. Tomorrow a Stop
Off party will be held after the
big shuffle at the gym.
The Phi Gams will blast off
this weekend with a Went As
You Were party featuring the
music of Little Johnny Ace. High Highlighting
lighting Highlighting tonights events, the rank
Fiji Players will present "Take
Five, or As Much As You
Can. Tomorrow morning the Bro Brothers
thers Brothers will win the annual
Pledge-Active football game. Af After
ter After the dance Tomorrow night
the Fijis will have a Tight Like
That party.
Cocktails For Kappa Sigs
A semi-formal cocktail party is
planed tonight at the Kappa Sig Sigma
ma Sigma house before he Kappa Sigs
attend the dance. Tomorrow at
lunch the KSs will honor Alumni
guests. Following the usual Kappa
Sig Bloc party at the game,
there will be an Informal party
with a band, but no hunts, in the
house. The Kappa Sigs and AOPis
socialized Wednesday evening.
At the Chi Phis Streets of
Paris party tonight, the Torri Torridtones
dtones Torridtones will play Parisian street
songs. A buffet will precede the
game tomorrow and Frolics in
the gym will follow in the even evening.
ing. evening. The Torrid-tones will return
to the Chi Phi house to entertain
at 11:00 p.m. til 2:30 in the wee
hours.
The Sigma Chis will have a
closed party in honor of the FSU
sigs tonight. The party is by can candlelight
dlelight candlelight and will have dancing to
the hifi. Coffee and donuts will be
served at 1:30 a.m. A casual, clos closed
ed closed party is planned for tomorrow
night. Kenneth Nurse and his
Symphony Seven is the band for
the dance.
Rie Pi Kappa Phis enter entertained
tained entertained the ADPis at a lawn-patio lawn-patiodance
dance lawn-patiodance social Wednesday evening.

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and return to a late hifi party.
Tomorrow evening a Viking party
is planned. This costume party
will continue until sunrise services
Sunday morning.
The Pi Lams start Fall Fro Frolics
lics Frolics off with a party at Camp
OLena today. Dinner and danc dancing
ing dancing to Manzy Harriss band will
complete the outing. Brunch to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon before the game
and another dance-this one at the
Pi Lam house with the music of
FI as' Perry make up the agenda
of events tomorrow.
Pajama Party Set
The Lambda Chis will have a
formal cocktail party tonight be before
fore before attending Frolics. Tomorrow
night the Lambda Chis will cele celebrate
brate celebrate the Gators victory over
FSU with a pajama party. The
music of Little Johnny Ace will
create the proper atmosphere. To Tomorrow
morrow Tomorrow morning the Lambda
Chis will play the FSU chapter
in touch football, beginning a new
tradition.
The Delta will dance to the
music of Duck Smith tonight af after
ter after attending Frolics in the gym.
Following the game tomorrow
there will be a cocktail party and
then a Bar B Q at the Delt
house. Manzy Harris will provide
music for the pirate costume pa party
rty party tomorrow night. The Frolics
Weekend will be concluded Sun Sunday
day Sunday with a picnic at Camp O'Lena.
AOPi will have their annual fa
-uclty Thanksgiving buffet Sunday
night. Each member has asked
her favorite professor and many
University officials have been in invited
vited invited to the turkey dinner. The
AOPis will have a coffee hour
Thursday, December 4, from 9:30
to 10:15 at the house.
The snakes and their dates will
march into a big blast tonight with
the Dukes from Florida A and M
College on hand for music. The
Sigma Nus will entertain their
dates at lunch and dinner tomor tomortrow,

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trow, tomortrow, and the game, es oeurse, and
then attend Frolics. The AEPMs
and Sigma Nus socialised Wed Wednesday.
nesday. Wednesday.
Delta Gamma and Phi Delta Th Theta
eta Theta are presenting their new hous housemothers
emothers housemothers a tea Sunday afternoon
from I to i p.m. The tea is in
honor of Mrs. Martha Fraser, Phi
Delt housemother, and Mrs. Ber Bertha
tha Bertha Landstrom, DG housemother.
The presidents and housemothers
of all Greek groups have ben in invited
vited invited as well as deans and Uni University
versity University officials. The Tea will be
held at the Delta Gamma sorority
house.
The D G..s entertained the
Pikes at a Flunk Out Now,
Avoid th* Rush social. The DGs
wore black in honor of those pre present
sent present who probably wont be at the
social next semester.
PKyt. Ed. Club Meat*
The Olympian Club will hold its
monthly meeting Sunday, Novem November
ber November 23 at 7 p.m., room 215, Flo Florida
rida Florida Gym.
All physical education health,
and recreation majors are urged
to attend.
This weeks program, according
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S. R. A. EVENTS

UF Religious Centers
Set Weekend Events

By JEAN CARVER
Gator Staff Writer
Subject of this afternoons inter intercultural
cultural intercultural forum at the Presbyter Presbyterian
ian Presbyterian Center is the poetry of Dylan
Thomas. Dr. Peter Fisca, English
and humanities professor, will
lead the discussion, which begins
Editors of WSA
Book Chosen
Coedikette Editor, Lillian Rubin Rubinhas
has Rubinhas announced names of coeds
selected to aid her in publication
of the handbook sponsored by the
Women Students Association.
Applicants for positions requir required
ed required a 2.0 average and previous
publications experience.
Assistant Editor, Carolyn Smith,
3 HD, was chosen from 12 com competitors.
petitors. competitors. A re-writing of the Ber Bermuda
muda Bermuda shorts regulation in clear
easy-to-read style, a personal in interview
terview interview and several tests of jour journalistic
nalistic journalistic knowledge was the met method
hod method used for selection.
Art Editor, Cherry Hudgins, I
UC, submitted a winning poster
sketch of little orange M wearing
Bermuda shorts. Little Orange is
the mythical, typical Florida coed,
portrayed in the women students
campus guide book.
Laquita Green, 3 ED, and Cindy
Canning, 3 JM are copy editors.
Staff members are Paula Nichols,
3 JM, and Carole Starke, I UC.
Coedikette workers were picked
by W. S. A.a Executive Commit Committee
tee Committee and aeleetd W. S. A. Coun Council,
cil, Council, members. Miss Doris Bauer,
resident from Reid Hall, is facul faculty
ty faculty advisor.
Press time, lor the booklet which
is sent to each entering women
student, yearly, will be in early
spring.

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D.S.F., college group from the
Christian Church, meets Sunday
afternoon at 5:30 oclock for the
weekly supper meeting. Following
the meeting, the choir will present
a program with proceeds being
used for new robes.
Congregationalism are especial especially
ly especially invited to attend the program.
Transportation can be arranged by
calling Shirley Davis at the Chi
Omega house.
Previews of SummeT Service,
a student panel program, will be
presented at the Presbyterian Ce Center
nter Center Sunday evening at 3:15 o-
clock.
Students will discuss participa participation
tion participation in summer service fields.
Frolics At HLUeI
Tonights services at Hillel will
be held at :30 oclock. Frolics
will be celebrated at Hillel tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow night with dancing and re refreshments
freshments refreshments from 11 1:30 oclock.
Following Sunday's brunch, Dr.
Henry P. Cons tans will dis discuss
cuss discuss Drama lts Portrayal of
Life.
Regular scheduling of Hebrew
classes continues beginners
class at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday; in intermediate
termediate intermediate class at 3:30 p.m. Thu Thursday.
rsday. Thursday.
Open bouse will b observed at
the Wesley Foundation during this
weekend with special invitation to
all FSU students to attend. Sun Sunday
day Sunday nights forum, led by Dr. Fre Frederick
derick Frederick Hartmann, concerns Ber Berlin,
lin, Berlin, East and West.
Forum hour will begin at 7 p.m.
A special Thanksgiving project is
underway by Wesleyites this
weekend and next week. Students
are preparing four baskets of food
supplies for needy Gainesville
families.
Tickets are now available for
Christmas at Wesley program,
Dec. 14. Tickets purchased be before
fore before Dec. 12 cost 50 cents; after
this they may be purchased for
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IN THE DARK

Sex, Who-done-it, Comedy
Weekend Movie Features

By 808 JEROME
Gator Staff Writer
Murder, music and mystery
head the Holiday film offerings.
Teahouse of the August Moon,
the hit comedy on Army life, re returns
turns returns to the State today and Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. Marlon Brando is the sly na native
tive native interpreter who helps Glenn
Ford outwit Colonel Paul Ford
and win the frienship of a wacky
Okinawan village.
A slick who done it, The
Whole Truth, starts Sunday at
the State. Film producer Stewart

Granger has a fling with actress
Gianna Canale and lives to regret
it. When Gianna turns up dead,
the finger of suspicion points to
our hero. Donna Read aids Gran Granger
ger Granger in his flight from the police
and sinister George Sanders.
An adult look at marital infide infidelity
lity infidelity is provided by Woman in the
Dressing Gown, the State fea feature
ture feature for Tuesday and Wednesday.
Winner of the International Critics
award, this drama stars stage ac actor
tor actor Anthony Quayle as the way wayward
ward wayward husband.
Two fine old favorites, Twains
Tom Sawyer and Swifts Gulli Gullivers
vers Gullivers Travel/ comprise the State
Thanksgiving bill. The midnighter
for Saturday is another popular
classic, Tobacco Road.
Gigi, the My Fair Lady of
filmdom, is the current Florida at attraction.
traction. attraction. Against a lush musical
background, Maurice Chevalier
cavorts as a gay French rogue
He tells the lighthearted story of
an innocent girl (Leslie Caron )
who is trained to pleas* rich men
(Louis Jourdan).
The Floridas Thanksgiving pro program
gram program is Walt Disneys White
Wilderness. Another top -drawer
w il d-1 if e epic, this true-life
adventure brings out the beauti beautiful
ful beautiful and brutal ways of the arctic
wastes around Alaska. The cast of
characters includes polar bears,
wolves, seals etc.
Pat Boone, Tommy Sand and
Gary Crosby team up for a festive
film titled Mardi Gras, due soon
at the Florida. This musical trio
creates havoc and harmony for
the Virginia Military Institute
when they try to snag Shree North
and Christine Carere.
Fulbright Award Winner
To Study in France
Dr. Raymond E. Crist, research
professor of geography at the Un University
iversity University of Florida, has received a
Fulbright Award to carry out a
research project at the University
of Toulouse in France.
A specialist in the study of land
tenure systems, Crist will leave In
January to make a comparative
study of the colonial policies in
France and Spain with reference
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Joe Kersey is under suspension
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Radio-free Europe will get a
boost from a group on the Flori Florida
da Florida campus. The Circle K Club
plans to take up contributions for
The Voice of Freedom as one
of its service projects this year.
Service to both campus and co community
mmunity community is the basis of the Cir Circle
cle Circle K, a club sponsored by local
Kiwanis as an extension of Key
Club for college men.
At a meeting Monday night,
plans for various projects were
discussed. According to President
Gus Perdigan, the organization
plans to hold a conference of all
Circle K presidents in the state
for the purpose of promoting good
relations and comparing the var various
ious various functions on other campuses.
A Christmas party for the cam campus
pus campus nursery is al-j on the agenda
this year. Another Campus service
will be the selling of Orange
Peels.
Services of the Circle K are al always
ways always available to the Kiwanis
Club. In the past, they have assis assisted
ted assisted in the annual Kids Day and
other events. The group has also
been active in cleaning church churchyards.
yards. churchyards.
Discussion of methods for at attaining
taining attaining new members was a topic
at the meeting but no definite de decisions
cisions decisions were made. A regular
meeting date w*as set for Mon Monday
day Monday at 7 p.m. to be held weekly
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Page 4

The Alligator and the University
of Florida Student Body offers a sin sincere
cere sincere welcome to the approximately
5,000 students from Florida State
University due to converge on campus
this weekend for the First UF-FSU
football tilt tomorrow afternoon.
Adding to the drawing power of
the game between traditionally rival
schools, Fall Frolics and the connect connected
ed connected parties and festive atmosphere
should result in a very enjoyable
weekend for students from both of
the state universities. When the vis visitors
itors visitors journey back to Tallahassee
and the UF crowd meditates under
ice-bags to look back with pleasant
memories of the weekend.
Student Governments at both uni universities
versities universities appointed special commit committees
tees committees that have been forking together
and have done an Admirable job in
ironing out potential difficulties that
could arise when schools
meet tomorrow.
Local fraternities have made plans
to accommodate members of their
respective Tallahassee chapters dur during
ing during the weekend; and many other ar arrangements
rangements arrangements have been made to wel welcome
come welcome the Seminoles and promote an
enjoyable round of activities for all.
There have been apprehensions apprehensionsapparently
apparently apprehensionsapparently stronger among members
of the state press than at either of
the two schools involvedthat the
natural rivalry between the Florida
and FSU student bodies may touch
off a riot or other violent demon demonstration.
stration. demonstration. Granted, the tension creat created
ed created by the first meeting of the uni universities
versities universities combined with the exuber exuberance
ance exuberance resulting from the weekends

THE ICONOCLAST

A Few Comments on 'Pseudopolitanism'

By JOHN SEITZ
Commentary: It is regrettable
that the man who is good
enough to stand beside you in
a trench isnt quite good enough
_to sit beside you in class.

Os late, among those who like
to think of themselves as being
Just too in-group, a term has
sprung into use to describe the
poor blighted creatures who are
regrettably, just a tad out outgroup.
group. outgroup.
The term is
psuedo.

, You general generally
ly generally find it being
used by those
select groups
of writers, ar artists,
tists, artists, music musicians
ians musicians (and their
assorted di s
clples) who
underst a n d
each other, but
whose Individ-

mm

ual efforts at creation, if, in indeed
deed indeed there are such, are not
understood.. or perhaps
are understood too well by the
unfeeling peasantry. Naturally,
anyone who understands is
superior to anyone who doesnt;
the psuedo is generally look looked
ed looked upon as one who thinks he
understands, the poor blind fool,
but really doesn't. They are to
be treated gently and with pity,
unless in a position of author authority.
ity. authority.
Like, say, an accusation of
homosexuality, the term psue psueao
ao psueao Is a very useful and effective
device which can be applied to
almost anyone, it creates at one
stroke such an aura of suspicion
that never again can the person
called psuedo be regarded

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Editorials

Welcome, FSU

without reservation. You always
wonder if, maybe
* *
Recently, however, there has
been an alanming development
among the "psuedos which is
enough to shake ones cosmopoli cosmopolitan
tan cosmopolitan complacency. This is the
insidious and subversive doc doctrine
trine doctrine of psuedopolitanism.
In in-groups everywhere, soul soulmates
mates soulmates are examing each other
suspiciously; In the larger
groups there are even reports
of dissention amongst the dis disciples,
ciples, disciples, as it is whispered that,
my God, maybe the psuedos
really do understand. Yes,
dare we say it maybe the
psuedos know they are, and are
happy about it.
Egad. This rather puts those
who are on the inside on the out outside,
side, outside, doesnt it?

There appears to be at least
two brands of psuedopolitanism.
There is the faculty, or secret
ha-ha, variety, and then theres
the epicurean, or playin-the-bit,
type.
The faculty variety is per perhaps
haps perhaps the more refined of the
two. For example, that prof
you know the oneis he really
that bad, or does he go home
and laugh at night? I mean,
after all these years of teach teaching,
ing, teaching, he obviously knows what we
think of him. . but do we
know what he thinks of us? Or
does he dare, for that matter,
except for the laughs it brings
when we try to make him, just
once, really understand how
bad he is.
As for playing-the-bit, K must
be either over done or under underplayed,
played, underplayed, unless youre trying for
perfection and third level Jollies.

activities could set an atmosphere
conducive of such demonstrations.
However, we feel the students of both
institutions are mature enough to re realize
alize realize that riots and mob action can
only result in harm for all concerned.
The conduct of students this week weekend
end weekend will determine whether the Flor Florida-FSU
ida-FSU Florida-FSU game will become an an annual
nual annual highlight of both schools foot football
ball football seasons or whether the names of
the universities will be smeared across
the nations press as riotous mobs. If
the latter results, it will undoubtedly
be many years before the schools
meet again on the gridiron.
An excellent example of the strong,
healthy yet lawful -j- rivalry that
could develop between Floridas two
top state universities can be witness witnessed
ed witnessed each year in the traditional Army-
Navy game. No one who has ever
witnessed this annual tilt could say
that strong competition and school
spirit is lagging at either of the aca academies.
demies. academies. And yet, despite the intense
rivalry, the Cadets and Middies are
never involved in a riot or mob de demonstrations
monstrations demonstrations before, during or after
the game. The game is an excellent
lesson in true sportsmanship.
And there is no reason why such
an admirable and healthy rivalry
could not be set for the UF-FSU game.
This weekend will determine which
course we take.
This is the opportunity for both
student bodies to display their intel intelligence
ligence intelligence and maturity by conducting
themselves in a manner that will ce cement
ment cement a good relationship between the
two institutions and result in a tra traditional
ditional traditional weekend that students will
look forward to each year.

The aim of this school is to try
out certain roles without ac actually
tually actually believing in them, just to
see how it feels. Like, man,
well, un, yeah, man, you know..
The real danger, however, lies
in psuedo psuedopolitanism.
There are the people who real really
ly really do believe, but play the psue psuedopolitan
dopolitan psuedopolitan game so you wont
know it. <
(I knew what youre think thinking,
ing, thinking, and dont you wish you
knew?)

To the lady who wants me to
put gay things in my column:
Im sorry, doll, but I dont go
that route . And I cant quite
see how anyone who is 4ED
can object, if I may borrow
your phrase, to a line of non nonsense
sense nonsense as a steady diet.
California Sets
Freedom Study
(ACP) A proposal to en ensure
sure ensure academic freedom of stu students
dents students is being studied by Univer University
sity University of California (Berkeley)
professors.
The issue at academic freedom
arose, says th e DAILY CALI CALIFORNIAN,
FORNIAN, CALIFORNIAN, when during loyalty loyaltysecurity
security loyaltysecurity checks, the Civil Ser Service,
vice, Service, Military Intelligence and
Federal Bureau of Investigation
requested information other
than related to the class-room
on prospective employees.
The Professors proposal is
thisr
This faculty asserts that free freedom
dom freedom of discussion in the class classroom
room classroom and in academic consulta consultation
tion consultation is fundamental to higher
education. The essential freedom
of a university can be seriously
jeopardized if argument and ex expression
pression expression of opinion are inhibit inhibited,
ed, inhibited, particularly in those subjects
which are held controversial in
some quarters and at some mo moments
ments moments in history.
Therefore, reports by a
teacher concerning the beliefs,
attitudes, activities and associa associations
tions associations of a student regarding re religion,
ligion, religion, politics and public af affairs
fairs affairs in general are not permiss permissible
ible permissible when the reports are bas based
ed based on information acquired by
the teacher in the course of in instruction
struction instruction or in the course of
other student-teacher relations
that involve the student aca academic
demic academic program."
Employers generally get infor information
mation information on students by asking
their University professor and
officials.
Explains the DAILY GAL GALFORNIAN:
FORNIAN: GALFORNIAN: Questions regard regarding
ing regarding student performance in the
classroom, whether students
were lazy, loudmouths or cheat cheated
ed cheated in examinations, are all lo logical
gical logical and answerable according
to the committees (professors')
statement. The Committee be believes.
lieves. believes. however, that questions
regarding politics, religion, acti activities
vities activities and associations should
not be answered if the Univer Univereity
eity Univereity wants to be regarded as
free.

Friday, Nov. 21,1958

41 H
'Man, Man, Is Us Seminoles Good!
THE BABBLING BROOK

Columnist Sets 'Rules of the Game'

By AL ALSOBROOK
Tomorrow the mighty? Sem Seminole
inole Seminole Indians from FSU will in
vade our fair campus in an at attempt
tempt attempt to subdue yon Alligator
Yon Alligator who, in the past
few months has been lying
asleep and has stirred only when
coke bottles were thrown at him
by admirals, Tigers, bulldogs
etc. . For awhile there you
thought I was writing an arti article
cle article about that creature housed
near the you know what tower
didnt you? Come to think of it
there is a close parallel.
But that is neither here nor
there nor anyplace. Today it will
be the purpose of this column to
join with the President of t h e
Committe for the FSU Flori Florida
da Florida game, the lady who checks
books at the library, the but butcher,
cher, butcher, the baker and the dexi dexidrine
drine dexidrine maker to tell you how
to act during the weekend that
is upon us.
First of all, every big celebra celebration
tion celebration or event has a slogan. Dur During
ing During the first round of progress
tests, for instance, the slogan
was, Fail Now and Avoid the
June Rush. During this week weekend
end weekend the slogan will be much
shorter.
In fact its only one word. .
Dont. .Thats right. ..
Dont. Dont upset our visi visitors
tors visitors in anyway. Show them that
were real eagle scouts.
Show them that this is a real
upstanding educational institut institution
ion institution ...Instead of shouting,
Hold that line! at the game,
it is suggested that you yell
quite fiercely, Impeed them,
impeed them, throw obstacles in
their paths!. .Thats sure to
impress them.

IN AND AROUND

To the Ramparts, Men;
The Injuns are Coming

By DAVE LEVY
Former Alligator Editor
On July 14, 1789, they stormed
The Bastille.
The implements were atones,
clubs, portable guillotines, and
other such instruments of war
that the people would get their
hands on.
This was the revolution of
the Third Estate.
The means of conducting war warfare
fare warfare in the old days werent
quite as devastating as* H-
Bombs and intercontinental mis missiles,
siles, missiles, but for the spirit and will
of the revolutionaries it was
quit* a formidable task indeed.
A similar task will await
FSU this weekend.
For 10,000 of them will storm
The Bastille.
It wont be a prison for men
that is the object of conquest,
and the color of combat wont
quite be the same. Luckily, we
will be spared force of arma armaments
ments armaments and instead the object of
hunted glory will be a football
instead of someone's head.
Most of those in the FSU Third
Estate have never even seen
The Bastille.
But It seems that even though
they dont want a total victory
this weekend, that is a score
with the lesser number of points
for jolly old Florida, they will
take to their Southern Georgia
institution.
In the old days this institution

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And when they cheer you are
reminded that the visitors have
all the inaliable rights guarant guaranted
ed guaranted in the constitution so Dont
make jest of their rowdy cheers
like. .Sit ting-in-a-wig-wam ting-in-a-wig-wambeating
beating ting-in-a-wig-wambeating on-a-tom-tom who
come, you come everybody
welcome yay voo-team
fight- please and -win-the
game for- us wont you? al already.
ready. already.
Or that other cheer that they
do so well ls everybody
happy WELL yes! That is
one of their very favorites and
you wouldnt want to cause our
sister institution any heartache.
Speaking of FSU being our
sister institution,. .Fellows',
you might carry a hypodermic
needle of adrenalin around with
you during the weekend. .in
case of sudden shock or fright.
Rumor has it that FSU coeds
actually now get this they
actually speak to you for no rea reason
son reason at all. I know it sounds far
fetched for a coed on a college
campus to voluntarily smile and
speak to you unless she knows
you, or your car, and it proba probably
bly probably isnt true, but be prepared
like all good scouts are.
You are also reminded that
your manners will be under very
close surveillance all weekend
long . especially during the
game.
Again the slogan applies. .
Dont get too jubilant, stud students,
ents, students, when Tom Biggs and Ed
Rich the head cherleader cherleaderreceive
receive cherleaderreceive a plaque of appreciation
from the John Marshall Bar As Association,
sociation, Association, the freshman class,
and the I.F.C.
Some say that the freshman
class will pitch in and buy a
new supply at varied colored

was known aa nothing more than
a girls school Florida State
University for women was the
descriptive term.
Their growing prowess in
sports is only a minor example
of the growth that can be at attributed
tributed attributed to FSU.
They have a fine president, a
growing faculty, and with addi additional
tional additional funds and backing from
the people of the state they
could within a matter of years
equal the University of Florida
in size and prestige in the state
The day of the small state
university as FSU once was, is
at an end. Even University
of South Florida, headed by
John S. Allen, in Tampa, will
soon become a third thriving
metropolis of great importance
to the state.
We should welcome the stu students
dents students and faculty of these insti institutions
tutions institutions when they arrive on our
campus. For although w e may
be in competition with FSU only
for the football game this Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, we can only make a
good record by conducting our ourselves
selves ourselves as mature university stu students.
dents. students.
No matter who wins this
game, lets not turn Saturday
night into a guillotine party.
Keep your booze and your in instruments
struments instruments at home and remem remember,
ber, remember, its Frolics, not fights, that
are the objects of this festive
event.

cards for the card section and
present them to student govern government.
ment. government. They got the news that
because there were not enougn
cards available- they wouldnt
be able to sit together for the
game.
To carry the Florida FSU
slogan a bit farther kiddies. .
Dont partake too heavily at
strong drink during the week weekend.
end. weekend.
Den mothers everywhere say
that its naughty and good ga gators
tors gators dont do things like
normally anyhow.
And after all there is really
no need to drink of that evil
cup. This is just the first time
we have played FSU, its only
the biggest weekend of the year
with Fall Frolics and big par parties
ties parties taking place all over.
Well, my little friends, you
have your instructions. .Put on
your mouse ca- ears and as
my mother told me many times
. .Behave yourself and have
& good time. And as I replied
to Mom just as many times. .
Mom, make up your mind will
you.

LETTERS TO THE EDITORS

FSU Student Body Prexy
Predicts Good Weekend

Editor:
At the outset I would like Co
thank your student government
Offers Prayer
For Iconoclast
Editor:
This is in reference to the Ico Iconoclasts
noclasts Iconoclasts column on the relativ relativity
ity relativity of morals. Since philosoph philosophers
ers philosophers are often misunderstood by
the people of their time, and
since I number myself among
those who misunderstand, and
not wanting to sound opinionat opinionated,
ed, opinionated, dogmatic, and intolerant,
may I say only this:
Prayer For The Iconlocast
Oh God
(If there is one)
Help this poor philosopher
(If he is one)
To stumble upon truth
(If there is truth)
Before he stumbles into eter eternity.
nity. eternity.
(If there is eternity).
Eleanor Bents
FRIDAY, NOV. 21
'THE BARBARIAN
AND THE GEISHA"
John Wayne
"SMILEY"
Chipps Raffurtey
SAT. NOV. 22
'THE RAWHIDE
YEARS"
Tony Curtis
"GUNFIGHT AT O.K.
CORRAL"
Burt Loncoster
SUN., MON.,
NOV. 2S A 24
"A TIME TO LOVE"
John Gavin
TUIS., A WID.,
NOV. 25 A 26
'THE FLY"
Patricio Owens
"GARMENT JUNGLE"
J. Lee Cobb
THURS. A FRJ,
NOV. 27 A 2t
"GUNMENS WALK"
Tab Hunter
"I MARRIED A
WOMAN"
George Gobel

SOUNDS

Hits Gym as Jazz Setting;
Second Port Saves Show

By RICHARD CORRIGAN
Memo to: Lyceum Council.
If you were presenting Dantes
lnferno, the Florida Gymnas Gymnasium
ium Gymnasium would be a choice setting;
but for a presentation like Jazz
S 9 why not go outdoors? The
sweat-soaked bleachers of the
Gym offer no comfort, atmos atmosphere,
phere, atmosphere, acoustics or smoking.
Why not the Plaza of the Am Americas?
ericas? Americas? Or Florida Field? Or the
volleyball courts or University
and 13th or the Wh&taburger
stand? Anything but the Gym.

Jazz 59 itself, Monday nights
Lyceum offering, came in two
parts. And until the second
started I longed to be back at
the bridge table. But then, af after
ter after the intermission, all my mi misery
sery misery was swept away by some
of the finest sounds to grace the
boiling Gym in years.
The Gil Melle Quartet led off
the program, and Mr. Melle had
all my sympathy. Besides hav having
ing having mechanical trouble with his
sax, he was plagued with co cohorts
horts cohorts too intent on making them themselves
selves themselves noticed for Melle to have
any room for his own ideas.
Then Barbara Lea pranced on
aUge, sang a few bars, giggled
a few bars, and left.
Next came Teddy Charles
with his vibes. Evidently Mr.
Charles imagines himself one of
the centurys great comics. Ob Obviously
viously Obviously the man has talent as
he showed In Laura and, to a
lesser extent, in Night in Tm Tmisia
isia Tmisia but jazz does not mix
with night club entertainment.
His* farcical monologue on the
bongos proved that.
This was the first half of the
show. It had none of the lusty
shouting or introspective blues
or freewheeling abstraction of
good jaw. People started leav leaving.
ing. leaving.
I'm glad I stayed.
Sam Most started the second
phase, and there was no notice noticeable
able noticeable change. But then Mose Alli Allison
son Allison gave a hint of things to
come with his rippling piano and
soft blues voice on A Young

for the warm hospitality thsit
they have extended to us during
the time we have been working
together on this weekend.
I would like to assure you all
that the Student body at Florida
State is anxious and concern concerned
ed concerned with having a festive and
enjoyable weekend. The pro programs
grams programs that have been planned
here at tha University of Flori Florida
da Florida will, I am sure, help enable
us to have such a time.
It is the sincere hope of us at
FSU that this will be the start
of a great and friendly rivalry
between the two institutions institutionsone
one institutionsone which will produce many
pleasant mem o r 1 es and new
friendships.
Let me say again we appre appreciate
ciate appreciate your warm welcome. No
finer treatment could have been
given any school beyond that
which the University of Florida
has given us while you have
worked as host school.
Art Moore
Student Body President
Florida State University

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Man Aint Nothin in the World
These Days.
And when Zoot Sims sax wail wailed
ed wailed The Trouble With Me Is
You even the harsh rafters of
the Gym softened & bit.
Then the high point of the
show: the Marion McPartland
Trio. Here is a fine piano player
backed by a subtle and imagi imaginative
native imaginative drummer and bass. From
a quiet solo introduction thread threaded
ed threaded with minors, the trio leaped
into a swinging chorus of How-
High the Moon with a preci precision
sion precision that caught several hund hundred
red hundred throats gasping for air.
If only the entire program .

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AT U OF F CLINIC

1,200 Get Psychological Aid

More than 1,200 people in need
of personal and vocational guid guidance
ance guidance were given counseling last
year by the Universitys Psychol Psychological
ogical Psychological Clinic.
The clinic, open year-round, in
the past year served without
charge about 930 students, one onefifteenth
fifteenth onefifteenth of the student body, and
over 300 non-students.
The main function of the clinic
is to help the student overcome
personal problems so he' may be benefit
nefit benefit from the educational oppor opportunities
tunities opportunities of college, according to
Dr. J. E. Harlow, head. This in includes
cludes includes planning vocational objec objectives
tives objectives to suit the individuals capa capacity
city capacity and interest.
Dr. Harlow said most stud studdents
dents studdents come into the clinic on their
own initiative. Each is given per personal
sonal personal attention by one of the
seven staff-level counselors.
The clinic is used by normal
people with problems, Dr. Har Harlow
low Harlow said.
He said there used to be an
attitude that anyone who came
for counseling was crazy, but that
this attitude was not prevalent
now. He did not think that it kept
people who wanted help from
coming in for it.
One of Five in Florida
The Psychological Clinic is one
of five clinics operating within
the Florida Center of Clinical Ser Services.
vices. Services. The services of all are avail available
able available to all University students
without charge, and to residents of
Florida for diagnostic purposes,
therapy and counseling, all on a
fee basis, as personnel and facili facilities
ties facilities allow.
The other four clinics are the
Speech and Hearing Clinic, headed
by Dr. W. M. Buck; the Read Reading
ing Reading Laboratory Clinic, Dr. G. O.
Spache; the Marriage and Family
Clinic, under Dr. W. W. Ehr Ehrmann;

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mann; Ehrmann; and the Adapted Exercises
Clinic.
Both the Speech and Hearing
and the Reading Clinics test all
incoming students so those with
difficulties may be helped immedi immediately.
ately. immediately.
The Psychological Clinic is the
oldest of the five. It began in 1931
under the direction of Dr. E. D.
Hinckley, then head of the De Department
partment Department of psychology. In 1947
University President J. Hillis Mil Miller
ler Miller took the clinic out of the Col College
lege College of Arts and Sciences and put
it in the Dept, of Student Person Personnel
nel Personnel so it would be avail able
campus wide. Dr. Harlow be became
came became the head in 1950.
Greyhound Plans
Thanksgiving
Holiday Trip
A Greyhound Thanksgiving sp special
ecial special wiH be leaving Gainesville
for Ft. Lauderdale and Miami
Wednesday Nov. 26.
The bus, which will be non-stop
between Gainesville and Ft. Lau Lauderdale,
derdale, Lauderdale, is scheduled to 1 e &v e
Gainesville terminal at 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday and arrive in Miami
at a.m. Thursday. This non nonstop
stop nonstop service will save four hours
of traveling time.
The special is offered as a round
trip only. Tickets can be obtained
at the Greyhound terminal at the
standard rate, 915.60. A minimum
of 28 persons must sign up before
the bus can be chartered.
The deadline for reservations is
Tuesday, Nov. 25, 7 p.m. and they
are to be made at the Greyhound
Bus Station.
Details of the return trip will be
decided upon later

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The clinic is also the largest of
the five clinics. It has the larg*t
staff and handles the most peo people,
ple, people, although Dr. Harlow stated
that with a larger staff the clinic
could better satisfy the demand
for its services..
Engineers Given
Wind, Water
Research Grant
Rockets and how to get max maximum
imum maximum performance of fuels to pro propel
pel propel them might get a scienti scientific
fic scientific boost after the completion of
experiments now being conducted
by the Universitys department of
Aeronautical Engineering.
David T. Williams, professor of
Aeronautical Engineering, said
Tuesday that the experiments will
be completed by early summer.
He said a paper will be published
at that time, explaining the ex experiments
periments experiments and the results.
The experiments are designed
to measure the specific Impulse
of rocket fuels, which, in short,
is the determination of how much
fuel ie needed to propel a rocket
from one place to another.
*Rocket fuels are very danger dangerous,
ous, dangerous, Williams explained, and,
for that reason, we have to be
very careful in our experiments.
We use very small amounts of
fuel usually less than a pound
in laboratory experiments.
Williams said that gun powder
is used for laboratory experiments
in rocket propulsion. It is self oxi oxidizing
dizing oxidizing and is not too expensive or
dangerous.
Court Reverses;
Injunction Holds
'(Continued From Page ONE)
Under the circumstances, stated
Biggs, no one could guarantee
an adequate card section. He add added
ed added that he did not feel that there
had been any breach of agree agreement
ment agreement on the part of the student
government.
In summation Biggs emphasized
that the proponents had failed to
show clearly any irreparable harm
that would result If the present
plan were not enjoined. He added
that there is no necessity for the
injunction as none of the plans for
the freshman card section are
going into effect anyway.
In summing up their position
the proponents asserted that J. M.
B. A. and Flavet feel that the
Honor Court shotild enjoin the
freshman card section and return
to status quo. The proponents
again mentioned that they felt that
student government had act acted
ed acted wrongly in suddenly pushing
these groups out of the card sec section
tion section after having permitted them
to sit there previous to the new
creation of a freshman card sec section.
tion. section.
Stagg pointed out that if the
Honor Court permits a ruling by
the Executive Council to go into
effect and it should be unconstitu unconstitutional,
tional, unconstitutional, then harm would flow dir directly
ectly directly to the student body.

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Best Player Award
Exhibiting the trophy which the Junior Class will present this
weekend to the best player of the UF-FSU game tomorrow are
left to right: class president Bill Gautier and vice-president Mil
Hollingsworth.

EMPLOYMENT SERVICE
Student Jobs Available
Both On and Off Campus

The following is a list of avail available
able available jobs, both on campus and off
campus, prepared by the Office of
the Student Government Secretary
of Labor In cooperation with the
Dean of Men. Up to date lists will
appear regularly aa a student ser service.
vice. service.
All interested students must
apply for Jobs through Dean Mc-
Clellands office.
ROUTINE LAB WORK, JR. and
SR. pay rates, one male, one quar quarter
ter quarter to one half of school year, full
time during summer, J. Hillis Mil Miller
ler Miller Health Center, must be JR.
or SR. majoring in Bact. or
Microbiology. Contact Dr. Geo. C.
Gifford M 448 MSB.
LAB ANIMAL WORK, one male
or female, two afternoons a week
for total of 10 hours, Cancer Re Research
search Research Lab, must have had Zoo Zoo}
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Russian Tour Via Slides
Set for Quaker Meeting
A tour of Russia and Eastern
Europe through slides and discus discussion
sion discussion will be given Sunday, at 3
p.m. for the Quaker Student Fel Fellowship.
lowship. Fellowship.
Students and visitors are wel welcome
come welcome to hear Guy C. Omar speak
on his last summers trip to Rus Russia
sia Russia where he attended the Inter International
national International Astronomical Union meet
ing in Moscow. The meeting will
be held at the home of the Omers
at 1080 S. W. 11 th Terrace.
Transportation will be provided
if calls are made before 2 p.m.
at FR 2-1558 or FR 6-6258.
The group is sponsored by the
Society of Friends (Quakers)
which meet for worship on Sun Sundays
days Sundays at 11 a.m. in Room 118 of
the Florida Union.

logy background. Contact Dr. Ray
Ph. 395.
SNACK BAR ATTENDENT, 75
cents in meal books an hour, one
male, Mon., Tue., Wed., Thurs.,
from 8 to 11:30 PM, Co-Ed Club
Snack Bar. Contact Miss Lovell.
LIBRARY ASSISTANT, 75 cents
an hour, one male, 18 to 20 hour
week, Campus Library, must be
Soph, or Jr., with 2.5 average last
semester. Contact Miss Steen.
CAFETERIA WORK, 7* cents
an hour in meal tickets, one male
or female, noon hours only, Cam Campus
pus Campus Cafeteria. Contact Miss Lo Lovell.
vell. Lovell.
NIGHT CASHIERS, 75 cents an
hour, three females, Publix Mar Market,
ket, Market, N. Main St., A Bth Ave. Con Contact
tact Contact Mr. Baton.

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Air Engineers
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Rocket Fuels
A $43,000 grant has been made
to the Coastal Engineering De Department
partment Department of the University of Flo Florida
rida Florida by the National Science Fou- (
ndation.
The grant was made on Sept.
30 for the purpose of furthering
research on the behavior of wind
and water.
According to F. Gerritsen, asso associate
ciate associate professor of the department,
the money will enable the C. E.
laboratory to obtain fundamen fundamental
tal fundamental information cm the behavior of
costal waters during extreme
storms and hurricanes.
This information is invaluable
to *he state of Fla. for protection
against hurricanes, stated Gerri Gerritsen.
tsen. Gerritsen.
Besides the fact that the C. E.
department does field and labor laboratory
atory laboratory work on the coastal plain
of Florida, they also serve as a
state agency by submitting recom recommendations
mendations recommendations to trustees of the state
Internal Improvement Fund.
These reccomendations consist
of suggesting improvements of
beach erosion, tidal inlets, a nd de developing
veloping developing coastal areas.
Another function of the depart department
ment department is working in close conjunc conjunction
tion conjunction with the Florida Weather Bu Bureau.
reau. Bureau. They make reports on the
wave behavior of hurricanes over
bodies of water and also on the
relation of the wind to the water.
The N.S.F. makes such grants
to institutions over the nation.
Students are also eligible for re receiving
ceiving receiving these funds, which are do donated
nated donated to the N.S.F. by companies
and corporations.
Auditor Checks UF Books
In Routine Record Exam
The financial record books of
the Student Body treasurers of office
fice office are being checked by the
i University Auditor Ray M. Shaw,
> according to George Ling, secre secretary
tary secretary of finance.
Thie is just a routine check
explained Ling. One half of the
t record books are in the process
-of being done and the rest will be
- done when they are finished, Ling
added.

The Florida Alligator, Fri., Nor. 21, 1958

CED Asks $1 Million
To Expand Facilities

A million dollar request to house
the General Extension Division of
Florida on campus has been pre presented
sented presented by Dean B. C. Riley, head
of GED to President J. Wayne
Reits. Reasons given were mainly
for additional space.
The idea for a center devoted to
the continuing educational needs
of adults was first realised by the
Extension Division of Florida on
Oct. 5, 1936. This was the first
University Continuation Center to
be opened in the United States.
This center, located three miles
south of Ocala, Florida was a co complete
mplete complete village. It consisted of 78
mens and womens dormitories
used to house staff and students.
The village was built by the U.
S. Engineers as headquarters for
the Atlantic Gulf Ship Canal and
was commonly known as Camp
Roosevelt. Congress appropriat appropriated
ed appropriated several billion dollars for Pres.
Franklin D. Roosevelt to spend
on work relief.
The Public Works Administra Administration
tion Administration approved the canal project in
the summer of 1935. The canal
project was a proposed plan to

The
SOCIETY OF FRIENDS OF GAINESVILLE
Meeting for worship; classes for children
Sunday 11:00-12:00 116 Florida Union
Visitors Always Welcome
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permanent homes along with
have a navigable water way
across the middle part of the
state.
With funds exhausted in the su summer
mmer summer of 1936, work on the canal
stopped. The engineers had spent
$5,400,000 up to this time.
The buildings at Camp Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt were taken over by the Flo Florida
rida Florida Extension Division in 1936.
By 1937, the branch was enrolling
4,206 students in vocational short
courses.
Special Permits
(Continued From Page ONE)
A number of FSU coeds will
stay with UF sororities and with
friends in the Florida dorms, ac according
cording according to UF Dean of Women
Marna Brady.
These visitors will be subject
to the same rules as Florida Stu Students
dents Students she said," and if any rules
are violated, the hostess of the
visitor will be subject to penalty.
Florida coeds will be allowed to
stay out both Friday and Satur Saturday
day Saturday nights until 2:30 a, m., but
no all-night permits will be issued.

Page 5



Frolics Begins With Dance

(Continued From Page ONE)
limelight yet but only time will
teQ S.he im the couples only child.
Miss Christy attained star bill billing
ing billing on Kentons 1956 European
tour Newspapers on the contin continent
ent continent bloomed with copy concerning
the popular Kenton-Christy musi musical
cal musical combination. It was standing
room only at the majority of
their concerts.
Since that time June has jour journeyed
neyed journeyed abroad twice. She visited
the troops in Korea during the
police action and lent her warm
vocal tones to the chill Asiatic
landscape. Her latest trip was to
Australia.
The capital recording star
ranks among the leaders of vocal
innovation She has pioneer pioneerling

The Florida Alligator, Fri., Nov. 21, 1958

Page 6

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ed in the growing field of vocal
jazz which employs the voice as
an"instrument, displaying its uni unique
que unique and versatile tonal qualities
rather than its ability to merely
annunciate lyrics.
Johnny Long, Young America
Favorite, was bom in Newell,
North Carolina on Sept. 12. His
parents are farm folks.
At the age of ten, Johnny did
concert work and at seventen
he entered Duke University, where
he majored in English. In 1051
eleven freshmen organized a co cooperative
operative cooperative band and alternated be between
tween between the mens and women's
dining halls for their meals.
Summers the band played a re resort
sort resort at White Lake, North Caro Carolina
lina Carolina after their graduation in
June, 1935, the band began tak-

ling pioneerling professional dates. The going
was tough, but Johnny rose steadi steadily
ly steadily to the top.
The song most closely associated
, with Johnny Long is In a Shanty
In Old Shanty Town .which re recorded
corded recorded first in 1940.
During the war, Johirny enter enteri
i enteri tained at many camps, bases,
and as many hospitals as his busy
schedule would permit. Highlight,
he says, was when he was ask ask,
, ask, ed to play at the Presidents Birth Birthday
day Birthday Ball m Washington in 1941.
. Thats a thrill hell never forget.
Stan Mitchell, Frolics Chairman,
predicts that, With the additional
crowd expected from FSU stu students
dents students and the cooperation of both
universities, this should be the
best Frolics yet.
The fraternities scheduled to at attend
tend attend Fall Frolics Friday night
are: Alpha Epsilon Pi, Alpha
Gamma Rho, Delta Sigma Phi,
Lambda Chi Alpha, Pi Lambda
Phi, Tan Kappa Epsilon, Sigma
Alpha Epsilon, Sigma Chi, Sig Sigma
ma Sigma Phi Epsilon and Theta C3ii.
Those scheduled for Saturday
night are: Alpha Tau Omega, Be Beta
ta Beta Theta Pi, Chi Phi, Delta Ep Epsilon
silon Epsilon Kappa Alpha, Sigma Nu, Phi
Delta Theta, Phi Gamma Delta,
Phi Kappa Tau, Pi Kappa Phi,
Tau Epsilon Phi, Delta Tau Delta
and Kappa Sigma.
Independents may attend the
vent either night.

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Talking over some plans for the 1958-59 edition of the F-Book are newly elected officers left to
right: Larry Barnes, business manager,, and San dra Moore, Editor. Both were appointed at a Board
of Student Publications meeting Wednesday afternoon to publish the University student handbook,
which is distributed annually to freshman and new Students.

F.S.U. Editor Interviewed

(Continued From Page ONE)
been talked about on campus for
the past week, he said.
In an article from the Tallahas Tallahasse
se Tallahasse Democrat yesterday, reporter
Paul Jasper said regarding the
Gators winning chances:
Excitement over the historic
F-SU-U of F clash has been build building
ing building up all season as the SB Semi
note team tfegan knocking over
the tough ones creating hopes
for the local fans . Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Take Cover!
In lieu of the steady steam of
automobiles headed for Gaines
ville during the 48-hour event, Can Cannon
non Cannon stated the administration has
not taken specific action for safe safety
ty safety except to caution the drivers.
This, he maintained, was due to
National Math Society
Holds Meeting at Duke
Three University professors wiH
represent the Math Department at
a meeting of the Natioal Mathe Mathematical
matical Mathematical Society at Duke Univer University,
sity, University, Durham, N. C-, - *B-
Attending toe Convention will
be: Dr. Franklin W. Kokomoor,
head of the Math Department, and
Associate Professors Gaines B.
Lang and Robert G. Blake.

the steps taken by the Florida
Highway Patrol in preparations
for the added danger.
Twelve extra Highway Patroi Patroimen
men Patroimen will ebpu ldineenholtteiasG ldineenholtteiasGmen
men ldineenholtteiasGmen will be pulled into the Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville area itself for the big day.
The highways have killed more
people this year than up to the
same period last year, said Col.
H. N. Kirkman, director of the
State Dfept of Public Safety.
Use all caution hi going to the
game.
Concluding the minute tele telephone
phone telephone conversation, Cannon wish wished
ed wished the Gators the best of luck
and said the FSU administration
was anticipating a success fu 1
weekend for both sides.
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Annual Humanities Trip
Seen as One of Best

The annual Humanities field trip
to New York City during the sem semester
ester semester break will be one of the
best in recent years in respect
to both cost and itinerary, accord according
ing according to Dr. L. J. Wathen, trip
director.
Plans for this years trip, the
eight directed by Wathen, are
complete and 58 students have
already signed up to go. Sever Several
al Several students who made the trip
last yeare are making a return
trip and more are expected to
join as the time for vacations
draws nearer, Wathen said.
Featured in the itinerary this
winter will be a choice of three
broadway shows, one opera at the
Metropolitan Opera House, one
concert by the New York Phil Philharmonic
harmonic Philharmonic Orchestra and numerous
side trips to pointi* at interest in
New York City.
Wathen said the students will
have plenty of spare time and are
not required to go on any of the
conducted tours. During their
spare time, students may go ice
skating, visit outstanding mu museums,
seums, museums, and see top flight theater
and nightclub entertainment not
available to them in Florida.
The cost of this years trip has
been reduced somewhat under the

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will be the theater, opera, con concert
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transportation to and from New
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SAE Meets SX for Orange Loop Grid Cup;
PKP, AGR Win Brackets in Blue League Play

Snakes Bow
To Lionmen
In Semi-Finals
By SCOTT ANSELMO
Gator Sports Writer
Seven sturdy Lionmen swallow swallowed
ed swallowed some Snakes Wednesday after afternoon
noon afternoon as Sigma Alpha Epsilon up upset
set upset Sigma Nu 14-0. In doing so,
they snaped the Bnakes five
year dominance of flag football
and earned the right to battle Sig Sigma
ma Sigma Chi for the flag football crown
for 1950.
McGuire Standout
AH Campus, all football, all ev everything
erything everything Pete McGuire did a yeo yeomans
mans yeomans job in guiding his SAE
teammates to their unexpected
victory. McGuire wiggled, faked,
passed and zoomed all over the
green turf to spark his cohorts
over the Snakes. He caught one
pass for a. score, ran twenty-five
yards for another and flipped two
perfect passes for extra points.
The game was one of the hard hardest
est hardest played to date and was mark marked
ed marked by speed, deception and pin pinpoint
point pinpoint passing by both teams.
Chuck Hawkins gathered in a pass
for Sigma Nus only touchdown.
The play covered 15 yards and
climaxed a sustained drive. All
Campus Tommy Pfleger and form former
er former cross country captain Bobby
ODare stood out for the losing
reptiles.
Jim Stinson, former Pompano
scatback, faded back and hurled
the 20-yard scoring strike to Mc-
Guire for SAE. Don Boone snag snagged
ged snagged both conversion passes from
McGuire.
Sigma Chi
Sigma Chi captured bracket
three laurels as they chopped Pi
Kapa Alpha 14 fl. Vennie Pent
and Lanny Watson proved a peer peerless
less peerless pair as they continually put
new fire in the Sigma Chi attack.
The Pikes, led by fullback Harry
Squires, put up a determined fight
but their efforts went for naught
before the mighty Sig onslaught.

Thq Florido Alligator, Fri., Nov. 21, 1958

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Beta won this one, 18*13. (Gator Photo).
Dorm Loop Starts Volleyball
By JARED LEBOW
Gator Sports Writer
The nets are up and the balls are flying in the Dorm. Independent league, as volleyball gets un underway
derway underway with thirty two teams competing.

As in basketball the Tolbert
area has the greatest amount of
teams participating with fifteen
teams divided into three brackets.
In the overall standings with
track and basketball completed,
Dorm N leads the Tolbert area

HUME AREA
Basketball Track Total
Yocum 150 l5O
Jackson 125 125
Keppel 100 lOO
Rebels 90 9O
Gators 55 55
Edwall 40 4O
Crow 40 4O

with 240 points. They are follow followed
ed followed by Dorm M with 150, Weaver
69ers, Dorm L, South one and
ground with 130 each.
The Murphree area has two
brackets competing with four
teams ejach. In the overall stand standings
ings standings Fletcher K leads with 240
points, trailed by Dorm I with 228,

DORMITORY STANDINGS

MURPHREE AREA
Basketball Track Total
Fletcher K
Kats 90 150 240
(Dorm I 130 98 220
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; Grove Hall 2 130 l3O
| Murphree K 110 llO
Murphree D 110 llO
Sledd H 9090
Thomas F 80 BO
Fletcher S 60 ,BO
Dorm J 50 5O
Dorm C '4O 4O
Dorm B 30 BO
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Grove Annex 150 and Grove 2
with 130.
In bracket one Dorm I, Grove
Annex and Dorm D each won
their first game. In bracket two
Fletcher K and Dorm J were vic victorious
torious victorious in their first games, the
former beating Sledd H and the
latter dumping Murphree K.

TOLBERT AREA
Basketball Track Tota
Dorm N 90 150 240
Dorm M 150 l5O
Weaver 89 130 IJO
I Dorm L 130 l3O
South 1 k Gr 130 l3O
North 3 110 llO
Dorm R 80 18 98
North 1 A 2 70 23 93
, Dorm O 90 2 92
Dorm K KKK 90 9O
Tolbert S 90 9O
South 4 70 7O
North Stars 80 OO
Weaver 2 30 10 49
Southern 40 4O
Tolbert 5 40 4O
Tolbert 4 40 4O
Tolbert 2 20 2O
Tolber Rockets 20 2O

Betas, Theta Chi
fied for First
In Bracket One
By RALPH KINDRED
Gator Sports Writer
In the Dag football play of the
Blue League, Pi Kappa Phi is
the winner in Bracket II; Alpha
Gamma Rho is the winner in
Bracket HI; and Beta Theta
Pi and Theta Chi, who are tied,
will have a play-off game next
Monday to decide the winner of
Bracket I.
PI Kappa Phi
Pi Kappa Phi won their brac bracket
ket bracket Monday as they defeated
Lambda Chi Alpha 7-0. Coming
in with the winning touchdown for
PKP was Bob Gendron on a
pass from Jim Sohn. Sohn showed
a fine throwing arm as he hit his
receivers well, especially, Reese
Waters and Charlie Ward.
Showing up good for LXA
were quarterback Bill Polly and
halfback Mike Vision.
AGR Wins
Alpha Gamma Rho took the
championship in Bracket IH with
a crushing defeat of Pi Sigma
Kappa by a score of 37-7.
Jim Quincy was tops for AGR
with his pin-point passing as he hit
ends Herb Taylor and Chuck Fin Finley
ley Finley and halfback Elmo Shropshire
for big gains.
Making the single score for PKS,
whose only loas was to AGR, was
Allen Duessee on a long pass from
Jack Pantels.
Last Monday, Phi Kappa Tau,
Beta Theta Pi, and Theta Chi
' were thrown into three-way tie
with the Phi Taus won a protest
over their game with Beta Theta
Pi in which the Betas beat them
18-13.
Moore Stars
In this game, the Betas show showied
ied showied great all-around strength. Pete
i Moore, quarterback, caught the
Phi Taua flat-footed with his
I dazzling passing and rugged runn running.
ing. running. Moore made one touchdown
on a five yard keeper play and
later threw a touchdown pass to
Jim Wood, who consistently pulled
in passes for big yardage.
With thirty-two seconds left in
the game and the Phi Tau's
leading 13-12, Betas Hammer
Ward threw a do-or-die pass to
Herb Allen for a game-saving
touchdown.
The Phi Taus won their protest
of the game because two of Be Betas
tas Betas players were not on the rolls
in the intramurals office.
Wednesday, the Phi Taus found
put that they might as well have
stayed quiet as the Betas came
back to beat them again, this time
by a score of 25-0.
On the opening kick off, Tom

Zeta Tau Alpha, South Rawlings
Win Sorority, Ind Volleyball Cups
By DOROTHY STCK KBRIDGE
Gator Sports Writer
Zeta Tau Alpha defeated Tri Delt Tuesday to win the volleyball
crown for the Sorority League, while South Rawlings bounced back
to beat Yulee for the Independent title.

Zeta won 15-4, 15-11 behind of
8 point serving of Jean Boor and
the 7- point servings of Beverly
Boales. Raquel Roquetta scored 7
points for Tri Delt.
The two teams also met in the
semifinals of the double elimina elimination
tion elimination play with Zeta winning over
Tri Delt 15 -3, 16 14. At the
end of this round both teams had
only one loss. Zeta reached in se semifinals
mifinals semifinals by defeating ADPi.
South Rawlings beat Yulee in
the finals after losing to them in
the semifinale 16 14, 17 15.
In single elimination tennis play,
Tri Delt and DPhiE have advanc advanced
ed advanced to the third round. AOPI, and
ADPi won matches to advance
them to the second round.
Tri Delt defeated DG Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday 4-1 behind the play of Pat

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j Gator Mermen te Open Season
Floridas defending Southeastern Conference swimming champions will take
part in 15 dual, invitational and championship meets during the 1958-59, season
head coach Jack Ryan announced recently.

The Gator tank squad will open
the season on Dec. 5 and 6, tak taking
ing taking part in the Emory Invitation Invitational
al Invitational at Atlanta. First of eight dual
meets will be with Miami at Coral
Gables on Jan. 10.
Tech, Georgia on Schedule
In addition to the dual mets,
which include two SBC swims
against Georgia and a conference
meeting with Georgia Tech, the
Gators will be host to the South Southeastern
eastern Southeastern Conference Cham pio n nships
ships nships at Florida Pool on March 6
through 8, and will enter the Flor Florida
ida Florida Inter-collegiate. National In Intercollegiate
tercollegiate Intercollegiate and National AAU
Championships.
This marks the eighth season
for coach Bryan as head of the Ga Gator
tor Gator swimmers. Over the past se setor
tor setor swimmers. Over the past se seven
ven seven years his teams have won the
SEC championship five times and
were second twice. Four Gator
mermen have won All-America
honors under the veteran mentor.
For the second year, Ryan is
assisted by Buddy Crone, former
diving champion from North Car Carolina.
olina. Carolina. Crones primary duties are
as diving coach.
12 Lettermen Return
Twelve lettermen strokers will
furnish the nucleus for this years
teams. Among them is Dave Cal Calkin
kin Calkin from Miami, the team cap captain,

Harry 'The Horse' Albrecht

By KEN HACKETT
Gator Sports Writer
| The record books of college
j athletics contain many names
j relatively unknown to sporting
; fans for a great number of the
j stars of the past have become
j famous under the nicknames
! with which they have been tag tagged.
ged. tagged. The Galloping Ghost of Il Illinois,
linois, Illinois, The Four Horsemen, and
Charley Choo Choo Justice are
but a few of the figures of
nickname fame. The U of F in intramural
tramural intramural program has its own
addition to the list in this weeks
spotlighted athlete.
Harry the Horse, known to
a few as Harry Albrecht, for the
past two years has been leading
| the Chi Phi team to many vic-
I tories in the quest for the
! Blue League title. The Horse
' got his nickname from a fra fraternity
ternity fraternity brother who noticed the
large amounts of food he con consumed.
sumed. consumed.
Harry is a 6-3, 215 pound jun junior
ior junior from Miami who played cen center
ter center for the Miami Edison foot football
ball football team and also played var varsity
sity varsity tennis. He doesnt partici participate
pate participate in varsity competition as
when he isnt participating in in intramural
tramural intramural events, he is working
for his degree in Mechanical En-
Michel made the outstanding play
of the day as he ran the kick back
70 yards for the first score. Mi Michel
chel Michel Wfis also a stand-out defen defensively
sively defensively as he constantly threw the
Phi Tau quarterback off guard.

Shaeffer, DPhiE turned back the
AEPhis Tuesday after gaining
the second round by defeating
Chi. O.
AOPi defeated the Phi Mus 4-1
and ADPi beat the Alpha Chia
in first round matches.
SORORITY STANDINGS
Zeta Tau Alpha 150
Delta Delta Delta 185
Alpha Delta Pi 135
Alpha Omlcron Pi lio
Alpha Epsilon Phi 95
Chi Omega 95
Rlpha Chi Omega 80
Phi Mu 80
Delta Phi Epsilon 66
Sigma Kappa 65
Kappa Delta 65
Delta Gamma 65

tain, captain, who set the new conference
record in the 1500-meter freestyle,
and Bill Ruggie from Ft. LaudeT LaudeTdale
dale LaudeTdale who holds the conference 200-
yard backstroke record.
Others include: Terry Born
(freestye), Pete Henne (diver),
DAVE CALKIN ...
. Gator Swim Captain
land Brian Mattis (backstroke), all
of Ft. Lauderdale; Bob Dugannnc
(frestyle) D,ick Shemaker (but (butterfly),
terfly), (butterfly), and Roy Tateishi (fre (frestyle)
style) (frestyle) all of Miami; Jim McDon McDonnell
nell McDonnell (breaststroke), St. Peters Petersburg;
burg; Petersburg; Carl Wiedamann (breast

gineering.
This year, Harry has been the
spark of the Chi Phi team lead leading
ing leading them to two out of three
victories in football by scoring
one touchdown and passing for
another in beating Lambda Chi
HARRY ALBRECHT T.
. . Chi Phi Spark
19-0 and scoring three touch touchdowns
downs touchdowns and passing for two mors
in romping the Phi Gams 4fir7.
He was All Campus in football
last year and from this perfor performance
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stroke); and David Scales fronv-
Wlnter Haven; (freestyle) and
Bob Woods (diver) from Trenton,
The Gator tankmen have a few
weak spots created by gradua graduation
tion graduation losses .The hardest job la to
find a replacement for Phil
Drake, who was a record break breaker
er breaker in the butterfly 200-yard
individual medley. Sophomores and
Juniors will be counted on heavi heavily
ly heavily in making this a successful
season
The swimmers are practicing
every afternoon in preparation for
their first meet on Dec. 5 and 6.
The complete 1958-59 schedule
is as follows:
as follows:
The complete 1958-59 schedule is
Date OPPONENT SITE
Dec. 5-8 Emory Invital Atlanta
Jan. 10 Miami Coral Gables
Jan. 15 Georgia Homa
Feb. 5 V.M.I. Lexington. Va.
Feb. 7 North Car. Chapel Hill
Feb. 18 Florida State Tallahaaaee
Feb. 19 Georgia Tech Atlanta
Feb. 20 Georgia Athena
Feb. 24 Miami Homa
Feb. 28 East Carolina Homs
Mar. 6-8 SEC Champship Homs
Mar. 14 Florida State Heme
Mar. 21 Fla. Intcol. Tallahassee
Mar. 26 8 Natl Collg. Ithica, N.T.
Apr. 2-4 Natl A.A.U. To be an.

peat. He alao won the broad
jump in flue intramural track
meet.
One official remarked that
Harry is very shifty for his size,
a good runner, competent passer
and a good team leader. He
said, Harry and his teammates
were sportsmanlike in their con conduct
duct conduct in the game that he offi officiated.
ciated. officiated.
Harry believes that the Intra Intramural
mural Intramural program is well run con considering
sidering considering the big job it takes on
in officiating and planning. He
also remarked that the program
tends to make competition limit limited
ed limited ifor some people who would
like to represent their fraterni fraternities.
ties. fraternities. Harry is familiar with the
problems of the intramural de department
partment department as he has been in intramural
tramural intramural manager of his frater fraternity
nity fraternity since he was a pledge.
Although the Chi Phis got off
to a slow start the inspiration
they receive from "the Horse
keeps them striving to be top
athletes and sportsmen.



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By JACK WINSTEAD and RAY LA FONTAINE
Alligator Sport* Editor*
THE day ARRIVES TOMORROW. And the long-awaited
contest afforas the perfect opportunity for two opposite coaching
philosophies to be contrasted, with Seminole chief Tom (I love
to talk) Nugents colorful, wide open gridiron maneouvering and
Bull Gator Bob (I dont say nothin man) Woodruff's ultra-con ultra-conservative,
servative, ultra-conservative, kick-on-first-down, Tennessee style football.
NUGENT MAKES DEBUT AT VMI
Nugent, the smiling Irishman from Lawrence, Massachusetts,
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optimism which has since made him famous by predicting an up upset
set upset victory over the powerful Georgia Tech Engineers. While At Atlantan
lantan Atlantan cynics laughed at the Military Marvels, Nugent swatt swatted
ed swatted the stunned Yellow Jackets, 14-18, in their own Grant Field nest.
Upon arriving at the Seminole reservation in 1963, he found a
newly-organized pick-up football machinery operating against the
likes of Wofford* Wagtail* and the mighty Lobos from Sul Ross
State.
Six seasons later, the 1956 Garnet and Gold grid slate lists
*uch formidable opposition as Georgia Tech, Georgia, Tennessee
and Miami. Nugent fired his Indian warriors to feverish heights
twice during the current campaign, melting the Volunteer Fire Firemen
men Firemen from the hills of Tennessee, 10-0, and drying out an all-wet
Hurricane outfit, 17-6.
SEVEN SUCCESSFUL SCALPING SESSIONS
For Saturdays uprising, Nugents brave Tallahassee Tribe
hoof into the Gator homestead whooping over seven successful
scalping sessions, while mourning two Georgia massacres..
Preparing for this onslaught has been Floridas top honcho,
Bob Woodruff, silently hoping to use our upstate Indian friends as
stepping stones to a possible bowl bid.
Although in the past Woodruff has followed the tactics of for former
mer former Tennessee coach R. R. Neyland, regarded as the granddaddy
of conservative football, it is expected the Gator chief will resort
to an open style of grid warfare in an attempt to match Nugents
showmanship.
GOOD MATERIAL VS. DESIRE
Overall, it appears to be a contest of a usually conservative
squad with good material matched against a well-coached little
band using desire as the basic element.
For Florida it represents the opportunity to advance into ser serious
ious serious bowl contention by squelching an upstart and possibly over overrated
rated overrated opponent.
To the youngsters from Tallahassee, however, this game is
the fulfillment of a three years dream for an annual state round roundrobin
robin roundrobin series between the states major football schools.
For both, it is THE GAME, d

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:The Florida Alligator, Fri., Nov. 21, 1958

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Florida Field's 'Largest Crowd Ever'
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try. Ulmers running mate is 180-
pound sophomore Terry Moran.
The Seminole chief also has
two fine flankmen in 175 junior
Pete Fleming and 200- pound sop sophomore
homore sophomore Tony Romeo, who earned
the state award of lineman of the
week twrice this season.
The Tallahasseeans can call on
the reliable toe of John Sheppard,
the nations leading extra point
kicker, should they find difficul difficulty
ty difficulty in penetrating the seventh
nationally ranked Gator defense.
Sheppard has totaled 27 points
with three field goals in as many
attempts, and 18 conversions in
20 tries.
Booker Splits Uprights
On the other hand, Florida has
halfback Billy Booker to split the
uprights. Booker, who is noted for
quite a bit more than just kicking,
has missed only one boot in eight
attempts and has one field goal
to his credit. The Texas Toe
notched his three pointer in a
crucial moment of the Auburn
clash while handicapped by a
sling on his injured right arm.
Quarterback Jimmy Dunn, three
time winner of back of the week
state honors, will be leading the
Orange and Blue offensive against
the highly touted Tallahassee
Tribe. Dunn missed seeing action
for the first time in his three threeyear
year threeyear college career when he sat
out the Arkansas State tilt last
week.
Two sophomore speedsters,
dashin Don Deal and dartin Doug
Partin, are scheduled to draw sta starting
rting starting roles at the halfback posts*
Deal, who was injured in the Geo Georgia
rgia Georgia game, remains the leading
Gator ground gainer and scorer
with 276 yards in 50 carries and
three tallies, while Partin is third
among Florida rusher* with 172
yarde in 32 jaunts.
Milby At Fullback
Sophomore fullback Bob Milby,
second in rushing, will handle the
fullback slot. Milby, who has been
nursing a shoulder injury receiv received
ed received In the UCLA encounter, has
three capable men behind him in
Sonny Giles and Jon Maceth,
sophomores also, and senior, two
year letterman Charlie Roberts.
Two All American candidates,
tackle Vel Heckman and end
Don Fleming, wrill anchor the Flo Florida
rida Florida forward wall which outweighs
the Seminole line by more than
20 pounds per man. According to
the program weights, the heaviest
Florida State lineman is 202
pound tackle John Spivey.
The first of Floridas Seminole
Wars will be highlighted by a
great deal of Nugent trickery eP
itomized by the famous I for formation
mation formation designed by the FSU
coach, but it may take more than
Indian witchcraft to sidetrack the
Gators.
As Nugent described it, the con contest
test contest wrill be a battle of David and
Goliath. only Davids sling will
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standing outstanding flankmen Don Fleming (left) of Florida and FSU?* Tony Romeo (right)
will attempt to uphold their respective school's ends in tomorrow's interstate grid gridfest.
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FLORIDA GATORS FSU SEMINOLES
No Player Wt. Ht. Po. Ht. Wt. Player No.
83 Don Fleming 184 6-0 LE 6-0 176 Pete Fleming 89
74 Fred Schutz 210 6-1% LT 6-3 192 Bob Swoszowski 71
a cox 226 5-6V 2 LG 5-10 176 A1 Ulmer 62
54 Jo?Hergert 204 6-1 C 6-2 195 Bo Davis 51
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72 Vel Heckman 231 6-0 RT 6-2 202 John Spivey 76
37 Dave Hudson 220 6-0 RE 6-0 200 Tony Romeo 80
14 Jimmy Dunn 142 5-10 Qg 6-0 170 Vic Prmzi 0
32 Doug Partin 161 5-9 Lg 5-11 175 Bobby Renn 20
s>l Don Deal 175 5-8 RH 6-2 185 Jack Espenship 17
41 Bob Milby 190 5-11 FB 5-9 165 Fred Pickard 43

Giles, McGriff
Cop State Honors
Fullback Sonny Giles and end
Perry McGriff received back of
the week and lineman of the
week for their outstanding play
in the Arkansas State contest last
Saturday.
Giles, who also made the South Southeastern
eastern Southeastern Conference checklist, car carried
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McGriff was recognized for his
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Graves: Ready for Indians'Attack

By DAVE RAIKIGH
Gator Sport* Writer
Those Seminoles have not
yet met a team with power a*
the Gators have, and we plan
to show them some real foot football,"
ball," football," spoJke Gene Grave*, -
foot, 205-pound center.
And there was no doubt the
youth meant it.
So far this year, Gene has
sparked the line with a quiet
alertness and dependability.
He is quick in discovering the
ball, proving a great discour discouragement
agement discouragement to the opposition. Of Offensively,
fensively, Offensively, Graves is a fine cen center
ter center and specializes in snaps to
punters. Incidentally, he has
yet to hike a fumbled ball.
225 Minutes Last Year
Last year Gene put forth 225
minutes of action, having been
named to the All-Southeast All-Southeastern
ern All-Southeastern Conference sophomore squad
the previous season.
The Gator center has lived in
Jacksonville since the age of 13,

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r IN SATURDAY'S STRUGGLE
'Grid Experts' Foresee
Gators Scalping Seminoles
EDITORS NOTE: Another disastrous prediction per performance
formance performance befell our Gator football experts last week,
as they both fell way below the .600 mark for the second
time this season.
However, Sports Editor Emeritus Kenn Finkel had
eight correct picks to Prognosticator Bill Buchalters
3even, enabling the former sports editor to break the
tie and pick up a one-game lead, as the grid season rolls
toward a fast finish and bowl hopes begin to soar.
Last Week Season
R. W. T. P/C R. W. T. P/C
FINKEL 8 7 0 .533 74 37 7 .657
BUCHALTER 7 8 0 .467 73 38 ,7 .648

By KENN FINKEL
Sports Editor Emeritus
The honeymoon is over! The
Arkansas State Indians have come
and gone, and the Gators have
their fourth victory under the pro proverbial
verbial proverbial belt.
Now, the Seminoles of Florida
State are set to invade, and ru rumor
mor rumor has it that they are on the
warpath. Tsk-Tsk!

Nugents boys
have every everything
thing everything to gain
and nothing to
lose, while the
situation is re reversed
versed reversed for the
Orange and
Blue. FSU is
the upstart
bunch that no
one (except
Robert Stroz-

Finkel

ier) expects to win, anyway.
If they win, its great for them,
etc., etc. But if the Gators win,
why, everyone knew those big
bullies were too big, etc, etc.
So, psychologically, the Tallahas Tallahassee
see Tallahassee Terrors have the advantage.
However, psychological factors
or not, this former Gator has to
go with what is surely the better
team. The first unit has a well wellearned
earned wellearned rest and should perform
like the blocks of granite they are
reputed to be. Look for a 20-14
count.
In other games in this next nextto-last
to-last nextto-last week of big-time football,
(Miami plays a game on Dec December
ember December 6, but who cares?), Ill go
with:
LOUISIANA STATE over Tulane
Undefeated season for the Ben Bengals.
gals. Bengals.
OLE MISS over Mississippi State
Maroons will eome down off
cloud, while Rebs will bounce
back.
TENNESSEE over Kentucky
Whos better than Etter? (Ouch)
AUBURN over Wake Forest
Deacons had better pray like
mad.
GEORGIA over The Citadel
Bulldogs have sharp bite, out of
the SEC.
ALABAMA over Memphis State
tide is running blood-red.
OKLAHOMA over Nebraska
Smell those Orange blossoms.
MICHIGAN STATE over Kan Kansas
sas Kansas StateNow if they cant win
this one . .!?!?!?
OHIO STATE over Michigan
Oh, how I hate those Big Ten
teams.
NORTHWESTERN over Illinois
I repeat .
IOWA over Notre Dame One
more time!

and began his football career
ther* at Landon High School.
While with the Lions, Graves
was named to the All-City squad
three consecutive years, receiv received
ed received All State honors for two,
and capped his prep days by
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By BILL BUCHALTER
Gator Prognosticator
There is only one more week
remaining in the prediction pick picking
ing picking field so I have decided to dedi dedicate
cate dedicate this column and my last to
all those friendly people who
have helped me throughout the
year.
This column is dedicated to
Jack Winstead, who lets me scrib-

ble my offerings
every week; to
Grace Hinson,
who keeps my
mind off my
work; to Bud Buddah
dah Buddah and Chick;
to Fighting
Norm; to all my
professors; to
Kenn Finkel, my
trul y brilliant
opponent; to

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Jack Grant and all the boys at
the sports publicity office; to
Mark Blodgett, who will probably
be the best one of all.
To Vel Heckman for his All-
American play; to Jimmy Dunn
for his All-American run; to Rose
Marie Meeks and Dave Fannin;
to Mutt and Jeff, Wahlberg and
Puldy; to the Donut Hole; to these
and many more I dedicata the
following:
FLORIDA over Florida Stats
There's nothing for ms to say.
Fleming, Heckman, Cox, Hergert,
Johns, Brantley, Hudson, Dunn,
Deal, Partin, and Milby will do
all the talking for ms. Tha Ga Gators
tors Gators will growl, 22-8.
LSU over Tulane Theyll be
yelling Go-go and playing Chi Chinese
nese Chinese music in the Sugar Bowl.
MISSISSIPPI STATE over Ole
Miss This is my upset of the
week, as Bill Stacy will end his
collegiate career in a blaze of
glory to compensate for a sur surprisingly
prisingly surprisingly mediocre season.
KENTUCKY over Tennessee
The Vols cant do it two weeks in
a row.
AUBURN over Wake Forest
The Tigers are ferocious.
GEORGIA over The Citadel
The Bulldogs are not VMI.
ALABAMA over Memphis State
The Tide shall rise.
OKLAHOMA over Nebraska
The Comhuskers aint got what the
Sooners Gautt.
MICHIGAN STATE over Kansas
State I hope.
OHIO STATE over Michigan
Clark and White make the choice
right.
NORTHWESTERN over Illinois
This could be an upset.
IOWA at Notre Dame The
Hawkeyes are amongst the Roses,
but that wont bring Randy Dun Duncans
cans Duncans aerials down to earth.

being chosen to the All-Southern
and All-American teams.
After high school, Gene ac accepted
cepted accepted a University of Florida
grant-in aid scholarship and
played his first varsity game
against Mississippi State.
We woe and it was my
greatest thrill," he said of this
contest.
The business administration
major, on the ailing list for
much of the 1958 year with a
bruised knee, risks the injur injuries
ies injuries of the game because, I en enjoy
joy enjoy the chance to express my myself
self myself physically against competi competition,
tion, competition, and enjoy associating with
fine athletes.
Until receiving the leg injury
this season, Gene had hoped
to play pro football. Now he
feels the leg ailment tend* to
slow him somewhat.
But its still a pleasur# to
play for Florida . Weve got
a great team this year. A few
bad breaks and clone ones .