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Volume 51, Number 22

Inquest Clears UF Coed
Os Blame in Baby's Death

UF Annual Yule
Symphonic Band
Concert Slated
The University of Florida Sym Symphonic
phonic Symphonic band assisted by the Uni University
versity University Choir, will present the An Annual
nual Annual Christmas Concert on Wed Wednesday,
nesday, Wednesday, Dec. 17, in the University
Auditorium at 8:15 p.m.
The concert will be conducted
by Reid Poole, and the Choir
will be under the direction of El Elwood
wood Elwood Keister.
Emerson Head, principal trum trumpeter
peter trumpeter and assistant conductor of
the Jacksonville Symphony, Direc Director
tor Director of the Jacksonville Youth Or Orchestra,
chestra, Orchestra, and Director of the Lan Landon
don Landon High School Band and Or Orquestra,
questra, Orquestra, Jacksonville, is featured
as trumpet soloist.
Featured on thj program will
be:
The Overture HANSEL. AND
GRETEL by Humperdinck, fea featuring
turing featuring the Childrens Prayer;
the Fugue A LA GIGUE by
Bach, a sprightly orquestal jig,
and CONCERTINO by Vidal.
Emerson Head will be featur featured
ed featured on trumpet in CARNIVAL of
VENICE, orchestrated by Her Herbert
bert Herbert Clarke.
Following will be the CHESTER
Overture by Schumann, based on
a hymn from the American Revo Revolution
lution Revolution and which almost was cho chosen
sen chosen as our National Anthem; and
a typical Italian march, the
FLORENTINER March, by Fu Fucik.
cik. Fucik.
After Intermission will be fea featured:
tured: featured: PETITE SUITE bv De Debussy;
bussy; Debussy; PA VANE by Ravel;
TUNIS-NEFTA, from Ports -of-
Call by Ibert, based on Mediter Mediterranean
ranean Mediterranean airs; the march FATHER
RHINE by Lincke, intensely Ger German;
man; German; the march HANDS ACROSS
THE SEA by Sousa.
The University Choir will pre present
sent present selections from Handels
MESSIAH, and the audience will
be asked to join in on a tiadi tiaditional
tional tiaditional CAROL FESTIVAL with
the choir.
Ushers are members of Phi Mu
Alpha Sinfonia.
Dr. Eggert Heads
Florida Group
Checking Schools
Dr. C. Lee Eggert, University
of Florida professor, was elected
Florida Chairman of Southern As Association
sociation Association of Colleges and Secon Secondary
dary Secondary Schools at Louisville Ky., ai
the Southern Association Region Regional
al Regional Meeting last week.
Eggert will head a Florida com committee
mittee committee of seven members which
is charged with the responsibility
of examining and accrediting se secondary
condary secondary schools in Florida.
In addition to his duties with
tha University, Eggert serves as
consultant to the Florida School
Board Association, Consultant to
the Secondary Principals Associa Association
tion Association of Florida. Educational Ad Adyisor
yisor Adyisor to Florida Mental Health
Association, Vice President of
Florida Congress of Parents ;na
Teachers and a director of Na Natjonal
tjonal Natjonal Conference of Christians
and Jews.
Angels Greet Visitors
At Christmas Program
Flaming rad and gold ang angels,
els, angels, six feet tall, will herald
those, who attend the SRA
Christmas On Campus" sen senice
ice senice Sunday might.
The three angels will be sus suspended
pended suspended above the University
Choir on the auditorium stage,
and highlight the decorations for
the tenth annual service.
In charge of die elaborate de decorations
corations decorations are Sandy Goehler and
Carol Combes.
Coeds Get Late Permit a
Women students altering the
Presidents Christmas Program
Sunday, Dec. 14. have special late
permission until 12:S0 a m.
The residence halls will close at
11 p.m. as usual.
Ficticious Court Case
The last of six moc k trials, pre presented
sented presented by the University of Flor Florida
ida Florida law students and faculty, will
ba held today in the law building
courtroom.
The trial will be between the :te :teticious
ticious :teticious Daniel A. Dolan and
IMU Garage of Gainesville.

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Barbara Gutherie, Miss Virginia of 1958, playfully crowns
Barbara Hartwick who was recently selected as 1958 Gator Bowl
Queen. Both girls are sophomores at the University of Florida.

'Christmas on Campus'
To Feature Reitz Sunday
By PAT MURPHY
Gator Staff Writer
The tenth annual "Christmas On Campus service will b held
in the University Auditorium Sunday night at 11 pan.
The service, sponsored by the Student Religious Association, will
feature University President J. Wayne Reitzs annual Christmas
message to the student body.

A Christmas Tree Lighting
ceremony, sponsored by Trianon,
will precede the service. A huge
evergreen tree decorated with
hundreds of multi-colored bulbs,
will be in front of the auditor auditorium.
ium. auditorium. They will be lit during the
ceremony which begins at 10:15
p.m.
A Christmas reading by John E.
Van Meter will be given during
the ceremony, with music provid provided
ed provided under the leadership of the
Womens Glee Club and a brass
ensemble from the Department of
Music. *'
The University Choir, directed
by Dr. Elwood Keister, and organ
soloist Margo Reitz will provide
music for the service held inside
the auditorium at 11 p.m.
Bells Begin Service ...
A bell carillion by Verle R. Lar Larson
son Larson will herald the start of the
Christmas services, beginning at
110:15 p.m. Students gathering
around the tree are encouraged to
sing carols such as "Oh Come All
Ye Faithful, "Silent Night and
Oh Little Town of Bethlehem,"
along with the Glee Club. Trianon
President Jo Ann Little will con conduct
duct conduct the ceremony.
Following the tree lighting cere ceremony,
mony, ceremony, the bell carillion will be
j resumed while students and
1 Gainesville residents move in
the University Auditorium.
* An organ prelude will be fol followed
lowed followed by the convocation by SRA
President Ed Rich.
Scripture readings concern i n g
the birth of Christ will be given
by Richard Siefferman and Eve Evelyn
lyn Evelyn Kent Hale, UF students.
The University Choir wall sing
Students to Invite
Holiday Visitors
Anyone wishing to take a for foreign
eign foreign student home for the Christ Christmas
mas Christmas holidays can apply now, ac according
cording according to George Little, chair chairman
man chairman of the Intercultural commit committee
tee committee of the Student Religious As Association.
sociation. Association.
Since all dormitories will be
closed over the Christmas holi holidays,
days, holidays, many foreign students,
thousands of miles from home,
will be seeking a place to spend
Christmas.
One of the main purposes of this
program is to share our Ameri American
can American culture with students from
other countries and to partake of
their customs.
The program was reported s
being successful for the Thanks Thanksgiving
giving Thanksgiving holidays by the SRA.
Interested persons should con contact
tact contact Dr. Ivan Putman. Advisor to
Foreign Students, at 214, Adminis Administration
tration Administration Building.

It Came Upon A Midnight Clear,
Cry Out and Shout, The First
Noel, Beautiful Savior, Joy
To The World, and conclude with
the Hallelujah Chorus from
Handels Messiah.
Ushers Volantered
Ushers for the service will be
members of the International Stu Students
dents Students Organization and presidents
of the various campus religious
centers.
The auditorium service is under
the direction of Brace Bateman,
Secretary of Religious Affairs for
SRA. He is assisted by Bob Mor Morris
ris Morris and Dr. Harold McCoy, advi advisor
sor advisor to SRA.
Women students will be allowed
12:30 late penmits for the Christ Christmas
mas Christmas presentations, according to
Dean of Women Mama V. Brady.
Were attempting to make this
service a more meaningful wor worship
ship worship service than those in the
past, Bateman stated. We de definitely
finitely definitely want Gainesville citizens
to come. There is no admission
charge; everyone is invited.

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Scene from 'Right You Are'
Laurel Gordon (center) pleads with Jerry Fltz gerald in a tense scene front Florida Players* cur current
rent current production of Right You Are (If You Think You Are).*' Left to right are Doug Fields. Linda
Dieter, .Hiss Gordon, Fitzgerald and Frances H ill. The play continues through tomorrow at the
Norman Hall Auditorium. (Gator Photo)

University of Florida, Gainesville, FloridaFriday, December 12,1958

Dorm-born Baby
Found in Box
At Auditorium
A 19-year-old University
of Florida freshman was
cleared Wednesday in the
death of her new-born baby
whose body was found in a
cardboard box on the steps
of the University Auditor Auditorium
ium Auditorium Nov. 24.
A coroners jur y ruled the baby
died of natural causes after hear hearing
ing- hearing testimony fro*- three witnesses
and the reading of a 3igned state statement
ment statement by the mother of the infant.
Pathologist Dr. C. I. Hood, who
performed the autopsy, told the
panel the baby could have died
of natural causes and showed no
signs erf mistreatment or lack rs
care. He said he could not give
the exact cause of death, but that
it was apparently due to some
form of asphyxiation.
According to her signed atate atatement,
ment, atatement, the New Jersey coed was
alone when she gave birth to the
child in her domitory room at
10:30 Friday night, Nov. 21. Her
roommate was out on a date, the
mother said.
The girl said she believed the
baby to be dead soon after it was
delivered and that it did not re respond
spond respond to her efforts to revive it.
She then wrapped the baby in a
newspaper, the statement contin continued,
ued, continued, and placed it in a box in her
closet until the following Mon Monday
day Monday afternoon when she left it
on the auditorium steps.
The slight, blonde coed sat sil silently
ently silently through the inquest Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, and later revealed she was
dropping out of the University.
Her home is Alloway, N. J. She
told police the pregnancy result resulted
ed resulted from a criminal assault in
New Jersey last March, which she
was too scared and ashamed
to report.
University Police Lt. Vernon
Holiman read the girls state statement
ment statement to the panel and County
Judge H. H. McDonald.
State Attorney. T. E. Duncan,
who along with Assistant State
Attorney J. C. Adkins Jr., pres presented
ented presented the testimony and ques questioned
tioned questioned the witnesses, said the case
was closed and no further action
would be taken.
Also testifying at the hearing
was Dr. Henry W. Deurloo, Uni University
versity University physician, who said he
had examined the girl and that in
his opinion she had recently given
birth to a child.
Holliman, Campus Police Chief
A. I. Shuler and Sheriffs Deputy
Henry Parker did the majority
of the investigation in connection
with the case which eventually
led to the discovery of the moth mother.
er. mother.
The packing box, which was
eventually traced to the New
Jersey girl, played a big part in
solving the case.

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A Mighty Swing for Gator Chest
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Mad at the world? Just flunk an important mid-term? The Gator Chest charity drive offered
students an original way to work off excessive anger and eneirgy Wednesday in front of the Hub.
Joe Link, 2UC, takes a mighty swing at the rapidly demolished auto at ten cents a shot. Officials said
later, however, that the idea was not as successful as they had hoped. (Gator Photo)

FOR RELIGION WEEK FEB. 15-19

Rep. Hays Tops Speaker List

By DOROTHY STOCKBRIDGE
Gator Staff Writer
Arkansas Congressman Brooks
Hays and author-educator Max
Lemer will be the featured speak speakers
ers speakers on campus for the tenth an annual
nual annual Religion In Life Week, Feb.
15-19.
Hay 3, president of the Southern
Baptist Convention, will be the
Convocation speaker. A Southern
moderate, Hays was defeated in
the November elections for the
House of Representatives after
serving as congressman for 16
years.
Keynote speaker of the week
will be Max Lemer, called one
of the outstandng political think thinkers
ers thinkers and journalists of the Left
Wing of American democracy.
The newspaper columnist and for former
mer former political science professor at
Williams College will speak on
What One Can Believe.
Other Religion in Life Week
speakers who will take part are
Lee A. Bristol, Dr. Herbert Stroup,
Dr. Paul Ramsey, Virginia Cor Corwin,
win, Corwin, Dr. Ray Burkhart, Mrs. Aus Austin
tin Austin Kimboll, Robert J. McClosky,
and Raymond Sheline.
Clergymen Visit
Clergymen among the group are
Dr. Ray Burkhart, pastor of the
First Community Church of
the Episcopal Cathedral in Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville.
Bristol is public relations direc director
tor director of Bristol Myers products,
an Episcopal layreader, and an
organist. Gainesville residenUMrs.
Kimboll is a past president of the
National YWCA.
Leading educators who will ap appear
pear appear are Dr. Herbert Stroup, dean
of Men at Brooklyn College; Dr.
Paul Ramsey, professor of phil philosophy
osophy philosophy and religion at Princeton;
Virginia Corwin, /resident of
Smith College; and Raymond
Sheline, chemistry professor at
FSU.
These guests will and
lead discussion groups in class classrooms,
rooms, classrooms, churches, dormitories, fra fraemities,
emities, fraemities, sororities, Flavets, and
civic clubs, and will participate
in seminars and forums.
Almost 200 meetings and

speeches will take place during the I
week. Local speakers will also
participate in the week.
No Theme Chosen
No theme for the week has been
chosen yet by the Executive Com Committee
mittee Committee of the sponsoring Student
Religious Assn. Advisors for the
week are Dr. Charles McCoy,i ad advisor
visor advisor to SRA, and Dr. Delton Scu Scudder,
dder, Scudder, head of the Religion Dept.
Purpose of the week, according
to Lew Kapner, executive Com Committee
mittee Committee chairman include bringing
prominent religious people to cam campus,

Hays Noted Churchman;
Serves in U.S. House
Congressman Brooks Hays, selected as Convocation speaker for Re Religion
ligion Religion in Life Week, Feb. 15-19, is a well-known churchman and a
member of the United states House of Representatives for the past
15 years.

He is president of the South Southern
ern Southern Baptist Convention and in 1951
received the annual Laymans
award from the ministers of Wash Washington
ington Washington for outstanding service. He
has served as chairman of the
Board of Control
To Hear Lowry
Sumter L. Lowry, unsuccess unsuccessful
ful unsuccessful segregationalist candidate
for governor, will speak before a
Board of Control meeting today
about a patriotic subject af affecting
fecting affecting the student body of the
University of Florida.
The Board, which will meet in
a conference room at the Col Columbus
umbus Columbus Hotel in Miami, ha sche scheduled
duled scheduled Lowrys speech in the
morning session. Th politician
has been allotted 45 minutes to
an hour for his speech.
He was originally scheduled to
speak at the November meeting,
but was requested by the Board
to delay his talk until today.

RUNS THROUGH TOMORROW
Right You Are'Said
Top Stage Production
To give students & comprehensive review of the current play,
the Alligator has engaged two qualified critics.
Joseph S. Keenan, graduate student in speech correction, has a
B. A. Theatre from Indiana and has been active in the theatre
for 12 years.
George F. Little, graduate student in Latin-American studies from
Glasgow, Scotland, has considerable experience with the theatre in
Europe, England and Scotland.

By JOSEPH KEENAN
Guest Drama Critic
Wednesday night with Pirandel Pirandellos
los Pirandellos Right You Are (If You Thnu
You Arei the Florida Players
presented quite a show. It is mys mystery,
tery, mystery, comedy, philosophy, and pity
all rolled into one.
In a word, it is Theatre, and
possibly the best Theatre that this
town has seen for the past year.
John Van Meter has assembled a
delightful variety of characters to
entertain us in this show. And di director
rector director and cast have artfully man managed
aged managed the Pirandello ideal of ap appearing
pearing appearing before us rounded ar.d
full blown.
Almost without exception we
were made to know each charact character
er character as he or she stepped out, even
before he spoke.
(Continued On Pace TWO)

pus, campus, emphasizing devoting a week
for religious emphasis, and en enhansing
hansing enhansing general education on cam campus.
pus. campus.
University president J. Wayne
Reitz last year called it a "week
to re-evaluate our religious con concepts
cepts concepts and to give emphasis to
spiritual values as they are re reflected
flected reflected in the lives of all of us.
Members of the SRA executive
committee are Lew Kapner, Bob
Graham, John Strickland, Lois
Blanchard, and Tami Cole. Ed
Rich is SRA president.

Christian Life Commission of the
Southern Baptist Convention.
Hays was elected Arkansas con congressman
gressman congressman in 1942 and was re reelected
elected reelected to all of the succeeding
Congresses until his defeat in last
months elections. For eight years
he was a member of the Commit Committee
tee Committee on banking and currency
and since 1951 has served on the
Committee on Foreign Affairs. In
1955 he was a member of the
United State Delegation to the
United Nations.
Hays is much in demand as
a speechmaker and his appear appearances
ances appearances are enlivened by a Lincol Lincolnesque
nesque Lincolnesque fund of stories. He is re regarded
garded regarded as one of the best story storytellers
tellers storytellers in the country.
Holder of honorary degrees of
doctor of law and doctor of hu humanities,
manities, humanities, Hays received his bach bachelor
elor bachelor of arts degree from the Uni University
versity University of Arkansas and his bache bachelor
lor bachelor of law degree from George
Washington University.
(Continued On Page TWO)

By GEORGE LITTLE
Guest Drama Critic
On Wednesday; evening, Florida
Players opened with their latest
production, "Rignt You Are (If
You Think You Are) by Luigi
Pirandello.
It must be reckoned as a minor
triumph. Under the most skillful
and sympathetic direction by John
Van Meter, the Players turned this
witty and elegant comedy into
two hours of sheer delight.
The setting h| tasteful and 4
credit to John I N. Kirk and his
crew. A mysterious corridor pro provides
vides provides an entrance suited to the
atmosphere of intrigue, which
pervades the play.
The all a little un unreal
real unreal and therefore all the ore jf jf(Continued
(Continued jf(Continued On Page TWO)

serving
12,000 students
at university
of florida

Six Pages This Edition

Gator Chest
Idea Fails
In Practice
Officials Hope
For Greek Aid
The new idea behind this
years Gator Chest drive of
raising money from the Stu Student
dent Student Body at large instead
of through organizations
has failed, according to
chest officials.
Charles Biglow, co-chariman of
the Gator Chest Committee, said
the attempt to reach the large
group of indepenclants on campus
"ju3t didnt work out.
Wednesday was set aside as the
big day of the campaign with sev several
eral several ways for students to make
contributions. The proceeds of the
apple sales on campus for the
day went to the Chest. An automo automobile
bile automobile was set up in fornt of the Hub
for students to d.stroy with ham hammers
mers hammers at 10 cents a crack and girls
were posted at strategic points on
campus with collection cans. The
whole days activity netted
only about S7O for the Chest. The
variety show Monday night
brought in only $34.
Rigelow expressed disappoint disappointment
ment disappointment over the results of the cam campus-wide
pus-wide campus-wide drive and said he hoped
the fraternities and sororities pull
the drive out of the hole.
The fraternities and sororities
have not reported their contribut contributions
ions contributions yet but it is known that sev several
eral several have voted to assess their
members one dollar each for the
Chest.
The strategy of this years drive
was to aim the bulk of the cam campaign
paign campaign at the Student Body as a
group and not at the Greeks. How However,
ever, However, after the disappointing re results
sults results of the campus drive, the su success
ccess success of the campaign may depend
on the fraternity and sorority
contributions.
Money from the Gator Chest is
divided among charitable organi organizations
zations organizations and has been used in the
past for the Heart Fund, Tuber Tuberculosis
culosis Tuberculosis Association and Cancer
Research. A S2OO microscope was
purchased last year for the Med Medical
ical Medical School with some of the
Chest funds.
600 New Books
To be Displayed
Six hundred new and recent
books for children will be display displayed
ed displayed through Dec. 18 in Room 48
Norman Hall, University of Flor Florida.
ida. Florida.
The collection of library books
breaks down into 80 subject cate categories
gories categories and covers all grades,
from kindergarten through high
school. The exhibit is open Mon Mondays
days Mondays through Thursdays, 2:30-l
p.m.; Fridays, 10 a.m. l2
noon; and Saturdays, 9 a.m. 1
p.m.
A feature of the exhibit is an
annotated, graded, indexed cata catalogue,
logue, catalogue, which lists by grade every
book in the collection and which
is available for free distribution to
teachers, librarians and other
school people. Subjects cover Arts
and Biography to Religion; Ad Adventure
venture Adventure and Aeronautics to Pic Picture
ture Picture Books and Social Studies.
The display is sponsored by
I Books on Exhibit, a national
j service of the countrys leading
publishers of children's books. Its
purpose is to provide an oppor opporj
j opporj tunity for teachers and librar librarians
ians librarians to see and examine the best
of new library books as an aid in
book selection.
The campus sponsors are the
Department of Elementary Edu Education
cation Education and the Education Library.
The exhibit is open to the gen general
eral general public and is advised for par parents.
ents. parents. No books i 11 be sold.
Silver Jewelry Sfolen
From Flo. Union Exhibit
Two pieces of hand made sterl sterling
ing sterling silver jewelry were stolen
Wednesday evening from a jewel jeweli
i jeweli ry exhibit in the north wing of the
Florida Union between 5 and 8
1 p.m.
The jewelry, from the Hy
wanter exhibit, wit valued at sl*
One piece is a silver and agate
pendant with a black leather thong
in the shape of ans axehead. Tr.e
I other was a pair of earrings
| made of sterling and designed in a
snake pattern.
Anyone having any informa tton
| concerning the missing jewelry.
: contact Kay Botts in the Craft
I Shop in Room 120 of the Florida
1 Union.



SOCIALLY SPEAKING

Holiday Cheers, Parties Set Pace For Greeks

By GRACE HINSON
Gator Society Editor
The Greeks axe filled with the
holiday spirit and this final week weekend
end weekend before Christmas vacation
should be a merry one. A variety
of parties, tree trimmings, and
cheerful activities are planned.
Tomorrow night the Lambda
Chis will have their annual Christ Christmas
mas Christmas gift exchange between broth brothers
ers brothers and pledges. Larry Keeler will
play the traditional old gent com complete
plete complete with white beard paunch and
red suit. Following Santas visit
a semi formal dance will be
held. The music of Little Johnny
Ace wiil again rock th e Lambda
Chi House. Sunday the Lambda
Chis will escort the AOPis to the
Christmas On Campus present presentation.
ation. presentation.
The Phi Mus had their annual
coronation Ball last weekend. Wa Walter
lter Walter Stanley, Pike, was crowned
Coronation Ball Man. John Baggs
and Jack Magell, DTDs, were
named Phi Mu Favorites.
The pledges of Theta Chi and
Delta Gamma has a social Mon Monday
day Monday evening at the Theta Chi
house The Phi Mus socialized with
the Theta Chis Wednesday. To Tonight
night Tonight a Christmas decorating par party
ty party is planned. The decorations are
for tomorrows semi formal ban banquet
quet banquet and formal dance. The Im Imperials
perials Imperials will play music spiced
with Christmas cheer for the The Theta
ta Theta Chi affair.
Tri Delta Get Bpirit
The Tri Delta's are getting into
the Christmas Spirit. They have
had socials with the KAs, Pi
Lams and the SAEs. Sunday J
night they are having their ann- i
ual Christmas party at the Tri
Delt house. It will be a semi-for semi-formal
mal semi-formal date party with music furnish furnished
ed furnished by a combo.
A decorating party will be held
tonight by the Pikes in prepara preparation
tion preparation for the big Christmas party
tomorrow night. Tomorrow even evening
ing evening there will be a get together
from 6 p.m. until 7:30 preceding
the million course banquet. Fol Following
lowing Following the banquet Lawyer Smith
and his Florida A and M band
will play for the dance. A sere serenade
nade serenade will be featured during the
Intermission of the formal dance.
This year the Phi Taus will
have a closed weekend for their
annual Christmas festivities. To Tonight
night Tonight the Brotherhood and their
dates will have dinner at 6:45.
The Christmas formal dance be begins
gins begins at 9:00 with music by the
Collegiates.
A serenade will be held in honor
of recently pinned Phi Taus. Re Refreshments
freshments Refreshments will be served through throughout
out throughout the evening. Tomorrow night
the Hurley Hotshots will rock for

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a Coma as Anything But What
You Were party.
Party for Children
AOPis will have their annual
Christmas party for underprivil underpriviledged
edged underpriviledged children Sunday afternoon.
Monday night the AOPia will go
caroling and Wednesday night
they will have the sorority Christ Christmas
mas Christmas party. The AOPia entertain entertained
ed entertained the Pikes at a social Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night. Founders Day banquet
will be Tuesday night.
The Kappa Alphas plan their
traditional Christmas party at the
Mansion tomorrow evening. This
afternoon the brothers will take
the pledges In a game of football
preceding a stag party in the din dining
ing dining room. The KAs invited the
Stray Greeks to a social Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday
The Versationes will provide
music for the Chi Omegas formal
Christmas dance tonight. Dean
and Mrs. Lester Hale were honor honored
ed honored guests at the Chi O house for
dinner Wednesday night.
The Cavalettes were guests of
the TEKEs at a social Monday
night. The TEKEs will throw
their annual Christmas party to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night with the usual crazy
presents for all.
FIJI* Go Formal
Its Fiji Christmas Formal time
once again, and the Phi Gams
are prepared for a Christmas car caroling
oling caroling hayride tonight, followed
by a tree decorating and egg-nog

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Both On and Off Campus
Student Jobs Available

The following is a list of avail available
able available jobs, both on campus and
off campus, prepared by the of office
fice office of the Student Government
Secretary of Labor in cooperation
with the Dean of Men. Up to date
lists will appear regularly as a
student service. All interested stu students
dents students must apply for jobs through
Dean McClellands office.
FILE CLERK, .90 cents an hour
one mature male, 20 hours a week,
Housing Office. Contact Miss Ut Uttlewood
tlewood Uttlewood Rm. 138 Adm. Bldg.
Accounting, .75 cents an hour,
one male or female, 20 hours a
week, prefer accounting major or
Bus. Add Jr. or Sr., Administra Administration
tion Administration Building, Contact Mr. Jenk Jenkins
ins Jenkins in business office.
BANQUET WORK, .75 cents an
hour, males, Dec. 12th, Cafeteria,
Contact Miss Lovell.
LIBRARY ASSISTANTS, .75

party. Tomorrow afternoon fea features
tures features the annual Christmas
party for Colored children.
Tomorrow night will find the
Phi Gams at the Thomas Hotel
for a pre banquet party, ban banquet,
quet, banquet, and formal ball. Music for
the evening will be provided by
Eddie Deas and the Playboys
from Jacksonville.
The Kappa Bigs socialized with
the ADPis Wednesday night.
Thursday the Pledges from KS
and ZTA had a social. Tonight
the Kappa Sigs will have their
Grand Treasurer as guest speak speaker
er speaker at the Founders Day Banquet.
The Christmas party tomorrow
evening will be preceded by an
unusual bingo party featuring ve very
ry very exclusive prizes. The dance
will have a band and trimmings.
Sunday night the Kappa Sigs win
give a Christmas party for un underpriviledged
derpriviledged underpriviledged children.
The Delta Gammas are entert entertaining
aining entertaining blind children from the
Florida State School for Deaf and
Blind, St. Augustine, at the annual
DG Christmas party tomorrow.
The children will arrive in the
morning and have a turkey din dinner
ner dinner and entertainment to conclude
the day.
The DGs and Phi Delts social socialized
ized socialized at a tree trimming, dance
social Wedesday night. The social
featured egg-nog and the pre presentation
sentation presentation of a special Christmas
gift to the DGs by the Phi Delts

cents an hour, one male for En Engineering
gineering Engineering Library, one for Archi Architecture
tecture Architecture Library, and one for Agri Agriculture
culture Agriculture Library (must type), must
have 2.5 average and be at least
a Soph. Contact Miss Steen.
LAB ASSISTANT, rate of pay
per classification, one male, two
hours each morning before 10 a.
m., Jr. or Sr. majoring in Animal
Husbandry, Veterinary Science
Parasite Lab. Contact Dr. Cox,
Ext. 342.
RECEIVING AND STOCK
WORK, .75 cents an hour, one
male, 20 hours a week in after afternoons,
noons, afternoons, prefer married student,
must be dependable and have
good handwriting, Campus Book Bookstore.
store. Bookstore. Contact Mr. Shadein.
CHILDREN'S MAGICIAN, male
or female, 4 p.m. Dec. 19th. Call
Mrs. George Creighton, Fr. 6-7442.
CHAPERONE, $1 an hour, one
male, 7:30 10:30 Friday 7:30
11:30 Saturday nights, married
student only, Recreation Center,
2nd Ave. and NE 6th St. Call Mr 3.
Wolfenden 6-7681.
WAITRESS, one female, morn morning
ing morning shift. Manor Motel, "Students
wife preferred. Contact Mrs.
Reeves.

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Holly and Miaeletoe
1 The Sig Eps will hold their an annual
nual annual Christmas dance and egg nog
party at the house tomorrow ev evening
ening evening with music and entertain entertainment
ment entertainment furnished by the Starrynigh Starrynighters
ters Starrynighters from Jacksonville.
The brightly decorated tree, the
j holly and mistletoe, and a big
j roaring fire should engender the
j true Christmas spirit. Singing of
: carols and other Christmas songs
will bring the evening to a cloee.
The Betas will get into the
swing of Christmas season tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow with a decoration party at the
house. Following completion of the
decorations, the troop will go on
a hayride to Lake Cowpen for a
bonfire party. Wednesday nignt
the Betas were entertained by the
Alpha Chis.
The AEPi pledge class will give
its annual party tomorrow night
following the traditional pledge pledgebrother
brother pledgebrother football game In the after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. A band will provide enter entertainment
tainment entertainment at a night club style
party, themed stairway to the
stars. Highlight of the evening
will be the crowning of the pledge
sweetheart
F Club Dances
The F Club annual dance will
be held at the SAE house tonight.
A band and entertainment will be
provided for the campus athletes
and their dates. Tomorrow after afternoon
noon afternoon the SAEs will present a par party
ty party for underpriviledged children.
Tomorrow night the SAE semi semiformal,
formal, semiformal, Christmas party will feat feature
ure feature a secret punch, refreshments,
exchange of gifts, and Santa j
Claus, of course, Wednesday night [
the SAEs serenaded recently
pinned coeds.
i
The Sigma Chis socialized with
the AEPhis Wednesday night.
Last night, in the series of inter international
national international suppers at the Sig house,
ravioli was served. Today the Sig Sigmas
mas Sigmas and Alphas Chis are giving
a party for colored children.
Later on in the afternoon there
will be a tree trimming party
with hi-fi and dancing. Tomorrow
night the Christmas party will
have with punch, party dinner,
entertainment, and finally the se semi-formal
mi-formal semi-formal Christinas dance with
the Frank Scobey Sextet on hand
for music.
Delta Chi will have its annual
pledge banquet honoring this se semesters
mesters semesters pledges tonight. The
pledges will be treated to a steak
dinner by alumnus Clyde English
of Gainesville. The banquet will
be followed by a Beachcomber
Party. Tomorrow night the Delta
Chis and their dates will dance
to the music of the Blue Notes
at their annual Christmas party.
Jax Party Planned
Last Weekend the Chi Phis jour journeyed
neyed journeyed to Jacksonville to the Ponte
Vedra Country Club for an after afternoon
noon afternoon of fun. plus a dance in the
evening. j

'New York Tour
On Package Deal
Offered by Union
Round trip fare by private rail railroad
road railroad car, hotel accomodations and
a tour in New York City during
semester break (Jan. 30 Feb. 8),
is being sponsored by the Florida
Union
The package deal, a SIIO.OO val value
ue value offered for SBO.OO will be super supervised
vised supervised by University staff memb members
ers members as an official activity of the
U of F.
Advantages of the trip include
the reservation of the most mod modem
em modem car available on Seaboards
Silver Meteor; personally inspec inspected
ted inspected and approved rooms at the
Bristol Hotel: non commercial,
personally guided tours.
A map of the city noting out outstanding
standing outstanding sights, subway, bus, sho shopping
pping shopping and resturant guides, and
a suggested itinerary for the eight
days and seven nights.
Theater tickets cannot be obtain obtained
ed obtained at a discount ,but brokerage
fees can be eliminated by ordering
early. Free tickets have been or ordered
dered ordered for TV shows.
Transportation or hotel rooms
alone may be arranged after all
other requests for the tour have
been filled.
Faculty and staff members may
take advantage of this offer at a
price of S9O.
Forward inquiries to room 815
of the FLorida Union, Ext. 655.
Reservations may be made be between
tween between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Hays Serves...
(Continued from Page ONE)
During his years of law practice
and political activity in Arkansas,
Hays became intereseted ih social
work and became a recognised
authority on farm tenacy in the
South. In 1987 he was called to
Washington to assist in drafting
the Bandhead Jones Act, under
which tenant families could be become
come become independent farm owners.
Hays has worked for the ex extension
tension extension of educational and econo economic
mic economic opportunities for Negroes in
the South. In an address on the
floor of the House delivered Feb Febuary
uary Febuary 2, 1949, he outlined the Ar Arkansas
kansas Arkansas Plan to extend civil rights
to minority groups without sacri sacrificing
ficing sacrificing the historic principles and
traditions of any geographical
section erf the nation. He was ap appointed
pointed appointed to the Platform Commit Committee
tee Committee of the last two Democratic
National Conventions.
Hays is now a member of the
boards of George Peabody College
and George Washington Univer University.
sity. University. He is a member of the Na- j
tional Council of Boy Scouts of
America and the Board of Direc Directors
tors Directors of the National Conference of
Christians and Jews. He is also a
member of Phi Beta Kappa and
Sigma Chi Fraternity.

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'Right You Are' Said
Top Stage Production

(Continued from Page ONE)
By JOSEPH KEENAN
Right You Are (If You Think
You Are)" appears to be a one oneidea
idea oneidea play that is a sometimes gay
sometimes not so gay search for
Truth, With a capital T, as U.e
participant observer, Laudisi is
made to eay. Laudisls answer
(and Pirandellos) is in the play's
title.
The characters are concerned
with a family of strangers that
has moved to town, because this
family does not live like other fa families.
milies. families. Nearly everyone assumes
that there is something odd about
these people, and their gossip and
noseyness eventually lead to a
public investigation where tne
new familys secrets are brought
out into the open.
* A deception is discovered, but
just who is deceiving whom is left
unknown. The crowd of charact characters
ers characters chasing after gossip and what
they believe to be facts become
emboiled in on delightful tangle
after another. Just when it seems
that everything will be neatly un unravelled,
ravelled, unravelled, a new bit of evidence
comes in to spoil the picture.
There is, however, a deeper level
of thought by which this play may
be understood, and the cast and
director have given us this too,
if we care to go beyond the en entertainment
tertainment entertainment vglue of the produc production.
tion. production. Pirandello is saying that ev everyone
eryone everyone has a need for some de deception,
ception, deception, in order to face life.
He is saying that a deception
recognised is best left alone, for
an individuals struggle is hard
and kindness is a pearl of great
price. Often only through decep deception
tion deception can compassion work its kind kindness.
ness. kindness.
There were a few things which
one might find to take issue with
The opening scene is, unfortunate unfortunately,
ly, unfortunately, dull and too evenly paced. This
is a problem with almost any
play, but a greater effort for ex excitement,
citement, excitement, which comes plentifully
later, would have helped a lot.
There was some unevenness in
the acting of Ron Dobrin (Ponza)
and the cast as a whole seemed
too uneasy about crating drama dramatic
tic dramatic pauses where a thought can
be carried if only they would let
it. The acting on the whole, how however,
ever, however, was of high calibre.
A couple of small parts that
were especially well done were
those of the two old women, Sig Signora
nora Signora Cini and Signora Nenni, play played
ed played respectively by Linda Carol
Dickter and Pat Anderson. They
gave us excellent characterization
and excellent comedy too.
And Laurel Gordon deserves a
special bouquet for her portrayal
of old Signora Frola. In a difficult
role she has done well and has
topped her previous performances
on this stage, with growth toward
the stature of a fine dramatic ac actress.
tress. actress.

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By GEORGE LITTLE
fective, appear as puppets res responding
ponding responding to the clever hands of the 1
psudo philosopher Pirandello.
Each one, bright and shining, con confident
fident confident in him or herself, reveals!
the relativity of truth as we know
it.
The ladies of the cast are ail;
delightful, Mesdames Gladys Dar-!
denne and Esther J. Stein are
charming as sophisticated gos-,
sips, while Frances Hill looks pret pretty
ty pretty as the ingenue daughter. Out Outstanding
standing Outstanding was Miss Linda Carol
Dickter who, dressed in a pur purple
ple purple extravaganza, growled out ve venomous
nomous venomous comments all the time,
aided by a friendly busy body,
played by Pat Anderson. Ihe at atmosphere
mosphere atmosphere of Italianace cleverness
depended on these ladies.
On the other hand, Miss Bonnie
Sharp evaded the right amount;
of fascination as the mystery wo woman.
man. woman. The real star of the show,
however, was Miss Laurel Gor Gordon.
don. Gordon. She has delighted the campus
in the past as a commedienne but
here she reveals much greater
dramatic talent.
Her clear voice, her clever
bird-like movements and her mag magnificent
nificent magnificent self control made her
performance as Signora Frola the
best thing seen on the Florida j
boards this season.
She held the stage and the au- 1
dience in her hand, an old wo woman
man woman frightened, yet powerful, a
mystery in herself.
The male performers were not
so evenly good.
Jerry Fltagerald looked like an
Italian lawyer with all his wits
about him and Doug Fields was
excellent as his whimsical bro
ther, whose sense of humor is
the key note of the play.
The ipannerisms of Arthur Ath Athanason
anason Athanason fitted in well with the char character
acter character Signor Sirelll, a self center centered
ed centered old tale bearer. Lastly, Frank
Ranleri and A1 Wehlburg each
made the most of their short
roles.
The other small parts, however,
played and indeed ruined some
of the third act. But the big dis disappointment
appointment disappointment lay in Ron Dobrinsi
performance in the Key role of
Signor Ponza, the third mystery
character in the play. Dobrin was;
of course competant as always but
he did not quite catch the spirit j
that was needed.

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[The Florida Alligator, Friday, Dec, 12. 1958

GIVE THAT LITTLE ONE
MERRY
CHRISTMAS
WITH A TRICYCLE
4 STREIT S
BICYCLE SHOP
615 W. University Avenue
Featuring a complete line of
Tricycles, Bicycles, and
Junior Bikes.

New York City
Humaities Trip
Has 4 Openings
Only four more students are
needed to fill the 8$ person limit
for this years Humanities trip to
New York City during semester
break.
Itinerary for the eighth annual
trip includes box seats at a
concert by the New York Phil Philharmonic
harmonic Philharmonic Symphony at Carnegie
Hall, tickets to three plays of the
individual's choice and the Metro Metropolitan
politan Metropolitan Opera.
Optional tours will be held eve every
ry every day. Lawrence J. Wathen, as assistant
sistant assistant professor of Humanities
and co-ordinator of the trip, says,
We try to see and do things talk talked
ed talked about in C-s.
Two railroad coaches have been
reserved for the trip which be begins
gins begins Friday, Jan. 30 and contin continues
ues continues for seven days and nights. The
trip will be chaperoned by Mrs.
Robert F. Davidson.
Trip members, cortsiating main mainly
ly mainly of students and a few faculty
members, will stay In the Hotel
Great Northern, which is situated
in the heart of New York's down downtown
town downtown district.

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Those Interested
Are Cordially Invited
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Meetings
Sundoys At 6:45 P.M.
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Auditorium



W.S.A. NIWS

Non-Paying Coed Jobs
Listed In New Booklet

, By GLORIA BROWN
Gator Staff Writer
A booklet listing non-paying
campus jobs available to women
students is being prepared by Pat
Jowers, secretary of womens af affairs
fairs affairs
Student Government and the ho honor
nor honor Court are among groups hav having
ing having opening for positions. Book Booklets
lets Booklets will be given to every off offcampus
campus offcampus and dormitory coed.
Miss Jowers said job listings
may be ready by next week. Af After
ter After this time, sorority women will
get lists.
Women off campus are hold-
Training Money
Released to Vets
i
Training allowance payments to
veterans and war orphans are to
bs released by December 18, Jo Joseph
seph Joseph E. Gum. officer-in charge
of Gainesvilles Veterans Admir.-
after receiving Instructions from
VA regional headquarters located
in St. Petersburg. It has been the
policy of VA to release training
allowance payments prior to Dec.
20 in order to permit veterans to
enjoy their school holidays in full.
Early payments can be releas released
ed released only if the veterans certificate
of training are received by Dec.
8. Late certificates require spe special
cial special handling and cannot be pro processed
cessed processed in time to permit mailing
allowance checks before Dec. 18.
Veterans may obtain addition additional
al additional information by contacting, the
VA office located at 212 S.E. Ist
St., open Mon. thru. Fri.

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I ing an open house Christmas cof cof'
' cof' fee Sunday night beginning at 9
p.m. Betty McMahon, president of
: W.0.C., requests that a small toy
, be brought by those attending,
j Toys will be given to needy chil children.
dren. children. The coffee will be held at
i 1510 W. University Ave., in the
; home of Resident, Ruth Neal.
Monday night at a W.S.A. Coun Council
cil Council meeting it was reported that
too many women students have
, been wearing slacks. This is viol violating
ating violating W.S.A. clothing regulations,
i Lone pants can be worn onl in
the Coed Club and In the Terrace
Room.
New Group Formed
A new committee sponsored by
| the council has been formed for
1 correspondence purposes. Debbie
Rudser heads the committee
which has sent fig letters
those who ran for various W.S.A
offices an praisir.-- t'~' wro
| hr* .' r v*'
v, . re-1
cently appointed to arrange for a
future Chairman is U'd
Loomis and committee members
are 'the following: Tob M*Zar.
Connie Miller and Madelyn Kim Kimble.
ble. Kimble.
Anne Booke, president, said at
it > _[ >' 1
vention of IAWS ,an organization
; v r - -
members in many United States
University next April. W. S. A.
r to re-d ''-ve
al representatives.
Ity Chairman, Cindy Canning, re re:
: re: ported that It women ./ill be need- j
I ed to escort visiting speakers. Men j
! students wl] psn ! escorts
and provide transportation.
All W.S.A. Council members are
Florida Union Monday night at
i8:30 for Seminole pictures.

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WSA holds tea in Bryan Lounge
It was tea time for the co-eds as the Womens Student Association held the WSA Tea, Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday evening in Bryan Lounge. Assisting in serving, from left to right arte: Jean Haesecker, Tri Delt;
Ann Booke, WSA President, ZTA, and Sherry Woo ley, ZTA pledge from St. Petersburg.

Leave of Absence
Granted UF Prof
Mandell Glicksberg, associate
professor of law at the University
of Florida has been granted
leave of absence for the 1959
spring semester to accept appoint appointment
ment appointment as visiting professor at New
York University.
Glicksberg will be visiting as associate
sociate associate professor at New York Un Unj
j Unj iversity School of Law where he
will teach courses in real and per personal
sonal personal property law. He recently
was awarded a Master of Laws
degree from New York Universi University
ty University completing their special gad gaduate
uate gaduate program for law teachers un under
der under the grant of a Kenneson Fel Fellowship.
lowship. Fellowship.
Joining the University of Flori Florida
da Florida faculty in 1953, Glicksberg pre previously
viously previously served as Assistant Staff
Judge Advocate at Eglin Air
Force Base and practiced law in
Miami Beach. He is a graduate
of the University of Florida re receiving
ceiving receiving his Bachelor of Arts de decree
cree decree in 1949 and his LL.B with
high honors in 1951,

IN THE DARK
Drama, Sex, and Comedy
Highlight Movie Lineup
By 808 JEROME who drives his sister-in-law (Vi-
Gator Staff Writer vian Leigh) daffy.

A batch of adult offerings liven
up this weeks film fare.
* Robert Mitchum, Bob Wag Wagner
ner Wagner and Richard Egan are the jet jetage
age jetage pilots in The Hunters, the
current State attraction. When a
pilot is downed in Communist
country, Mitchum runs through
some exciting derring do.
Tennessee Williams classic A
Streetcar Named Desire makes
a return stop at the State Sunday
through Tuesday. This multiple
Academy Award winner stars Ma Marlon
rlon Marlon Brando as the brutal boor
New Speech Frat
To Install Chapter
On U of F Campus
The only women's profession professional
al professional fraternity devoted exclusively
to the advancement of the speech
arts, Zeta Phi Eta, will Install its
Alpha Lambda chapter here at the
U of F Sunday afternoon.
University Pres. J. Wayne Reitz
will accept the charter for the
University at a reception follow following
ing following the installation service, which
will be conducted by Mrs. Marjor Marjorie
ie Marjorie Spriggs Gilchrest, national pre president.
sident. president.
A Gainesville Alumnae Chapter
will also be installed Sunday, with
Mrs. John R. Edwardson as presi president.
dent. president.
The fraternity, founded at
Northwestern University In 1893,
counts many famous members in
theatre, motion pictures, radio, te television
levision television and speech education.
Shirley Temple, Mary Martin, Cor Cornelia
nelia Cornelia Otis Skinner, and Dr. Gladys
Borchers are all Zetas.
Officers of the new fraternity
will be Nan Locher, president;
Janice Ausley, vice president;
Lillian Rubin, recording secretary;
Leeann Elliott corresponding se secretary;
cretary; secretary; Kent Hale, treasurer; Di Dianne
anne Dianne Reeder, marshall; Leslie
Sanders,, reporter; and Lynne Ste Stephenson,
phenson, Stephenson, social chairman.
Mrs. Alma J- Sarett, assistant
professor of Speech, will be facul faculty
ty faculty adviser to the chapter.
Dr. Bill Carlton Lectures
Dr. William G. Carleton, nation nationally
ally nationally known Professor of Political
Science at the University of Flor Florida
ida Florida has been invited to deliver a
lecture at the University of Ark Arkansas,
ansas, Arkansas, Little Rock, this week
He was Invited to speak as a
part of the University of Ark-
Series.
Carleton has been a professor
at the University of Florida for
nearly 30 years.

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Sex In Sweden
Time of Desireexplores the
world of two sisters who suddenly
discover the opposite sex. This
State feature for Wednesday and
Thursday is aet in Sweden and re resembles
sembles resembles One Summer of Happi Happiness
ness Happiness in its adult theme.
Burt Lancaster, Gina Lollobri Lollobrigida
gida Lollobrigida and Tony Curtis form a col colorful
orful colorful triangle under the Big Top
in Trapeze," starting Friday at
the State.
The State midnighter for Satur Saturday
day Saturday is Vertigo* with detective
Jimmy Stewart shadowing Kim
Novak.
The frank and funny Tunnel of
Love continues through Saturday
at the Florida. Cartoonist Richard
Widmark is tom between his love
for his winsome wife (Doris Day)
and the beauty of a skilled social
worker (Gia Scala).
Top Drawer Drama
A top contender in this years
Oscar Derby is Home Before
Dark,* opening Sunday at the Flo Florida.
rida. Florida. Jean Simmons is the dis distraught
traught distraught wife who returns from a
mental institution to find an in indifferent
different indifferent husband (Dan OHerlihy)
and an inviting step-sister (Rhon (Rhonda
da (Rhonda Fleming). Only Efrem Zitnbal Zitnbalist
ist Zitnbalist offers her help in this absorb absorbing
ing absorbing drama.
Andy Hardy Comes Home to
the Florida Theater Wednesday
and Thursday. Mickey Rooney is
still the irrepressible kid prone to
trouble and rib tickle.
Dependable Randolph Scott ag again
ain again in Buchanan Rides Alone,
starting Friday at the Florida.
The below the border excite excitement
ment excitement is sparked by a fiery young
Mexican seeking revenge.

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National College
Fall Enrollment
Breaks Record
Fall enrollment of full-time and
part-time students in the Nations
colleges and universities at the
beginning of the 1958-59 scholastic
year reached the 'all-time hign of
3,258,556, U. S. Commissioner of
Education Lawrence G. Darthick
announced today.
The 1958 fall enrollment exceeds
the previous record in the fall of
.957 by 190.139 or 6.2 percent, Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Derthick said.
This was the seventh consecu consecutive
tive consecutive year that new records uere
set in fall enrollments. The num number
ber number of students enrolled in college
for the first time rose to 781,075,
a jump of 7 percent or 51,350 over
the fall of 1957.
The 1958 fall enrollees included
2,110,426 men and 1,148,130 wom womand
and womand 1.064,993 women in the fall of
1957.
Os the first-time enrollees last
fall, 468,625 were men and 312,450
or 40 percent, were women. In the
fall of 1957 445,324 enrollees
were men and 284,401, or
just under 39 percent, were wo women.
men. women.
Commissioner Derthick said that
the survey includes all degree degreecredit
credit degreecredit students. These are students
whose current program consists
principally or wholly of work nor normally
mally normally creditable toward at least
a bachelors degree. It includes
both resident and extension de degree
gree degree credit scholars, full-time and
part-time, taking their studies
either in the day or in the even evening.
ing. evening.
All of the more than 1,900 in
stitutions listed in the Higher Edu
cation Directory giving degree
credit courses were included in
the survey, the Commissioner
said.
Annual Field Day
Set by Foresters
The Forestry Club of the Uni University
versity University of Florida is sponsoring its
annual field day today a t I p.m. in
the Austin Carey Forest on the
Waldo Road.
Included in the program will be
various competitions such as a
log rolling contest, axe-throwing,
knife-throwing, tree height esti estimating,
mating, estimating, tree diameter estimating,
log-chopping, chain throwing and
log bucking.
Pulpwood factories located in
the Southeastern states have do donated
nated donated cash prizes for the highest
total points in the days compe competition.
tition. competition.
The public is invited to the field
day and chicken barbecue to be
served for $1.25 per person.
Anyone interested in participat participating
ing participating In the contests or the barbe barbecue
cue barbecue should contact Reid Folsom,
chairman of the field day, or Den Dennis
nis Dennis Whitman in the School of For Forestry.
estry. Forestry.

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from the day he started work

James C. Bishop got his B.S. in Elec Electrical
trical Electrical Engineering from the University
of Illinois on June 23,1953. On July I,
he went to work as a lineman in the
Illinois Bell Telephone Company man management
agement management training program. On July 2,
he was shinnying up telephone poles.
And hes been climbing ever since.
A planned rotational training program,
interrupted by a stint in the Army, took
Jim through virtually every phase of
plant operations.
He was promoted to Station Installa Installation
tion Installation Foreman in July, 1957. Then came
more training at company expense expensein
in expensein human relations and other super supervisory
visory supervisory subjectsat Knox College.

Jim Bishop holds training sessions regularly with his men. At left, he di-
* cusses cable routes in connection with the cutover of his ofice to dial service.
* At right, he and a frameman check a block connection on the mam frame.,
BELL TELEPHONE COMPANIES


S.R.A. EVENTS

Us Religious Groups
To Sing Sunduy Night

By GLORIA BROWN
Caroling groups from student S
religious centers will be part of
the harmony going into Christ-1
mas on Campus Sunday night, j
Groups will sing for Dr. Reitz at
his home, infirmary patients and
Flavet resident^.
After songs have have been
sung, carolers will end the even evening
ing evening at the Christmas tree light lighting
ing lighting and Dr. Reitzs annual Christ Christmas
mas Christmas address. Hillel, Wesley and
Westminster plan many activities
this week.
EPISCOPAL: Tomorrow night
from 8 p.m. to 12 a.m. Episcopals
will have a Christmas Party. Com j
monwealth Club members are in- 1
vited to bring guests to the affair j
A fee of .50 will be charged. Pre- j
Basketball Clinic Planned
A basketball clinic for elemen elementary
tary elementary school children of Gainesville;
will be held Saturday morning j
from 9 to 12 by the Olympian
Club.
Anyone interested in working in
the clinic is asked to contact Bill j
Tibbets in the intramurals office
or Paul Vames at Building 206,
Flavet 111.
Car Club Dance Tonight
The Sports Car Club of the Un University
iversity University of Florida will hold its
Fall Dance tonight at 8 oclock.
Non-member enthusiasts are also
welcome. Place; Ebersole Motors,
1024 South Main Street.

The Florida Alligator, Friday, Dec. 12, 1958

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Since early 1958, Jim has been;Cen been;Central
tral been;Central Office Foreman in the-Kedzie Dis District
trict District of Chicago, which, eiftbr@ce* about
51,000 telephone stations, llehas 19
men reporting to him.
I was hired as a candidate for man management,*
agement,* management,* he says. I know Ill get
the training and opportunity to keep
moving ahead. How far I go is up to
me. 1 cant ask for more than that
* * J
Find out about career opportunities for
you in the Bell Telephone Companies.
Talk with the Bell interviewer when he
visits your campus. And, meanwhile,
read the Bell Telephone booklet on file
in your Placement Office. *

ceding the party an election of of officers
ficers officers will take place.
HILLEL: Friday a discussion o<
The Book of Proverbs will fol follow
low follow a 5:15 supper. Sabbath serv services
ices services are at 7:30 p.m.
Lunch Sunday, will begin at 11
a.m., after which, Dr. A. Sievers
plans to speak on The American
Economy. Council meeting ;s 6:-
30 Sunday.' Social dancing starts
at 8 oclock. At 3:30 p.m. Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday choir rehearsal will begin.
Beginning Hebrew classes, are at
3:30 p.m. Wednesday, intermed intermediate
iate intermediate classes at 5:30 p.m.
METHODIST: A YiUetide ban banquet
quet banquet is scheduled for Sunday night
at 6 oclock. An informal program
follows the banquet. CaroMng
groups leave the student center
about 7:30. Next stop will bo Rev.
Thaxton Springfields house for
coffee. Christmas address in the
Florida Auditorium is Sunday
nights final group activity.
A decorating party and caroling
rehersal are planned for tonight.
PRESBYTERIAN: Rev. W. J.S.
Martin, British Theologian, auth author,
or, author, and modem poetry expert,
I will speak at the center tonight
at 7 oclock. His subject is Poet
Dylan Thomas, Rage Against the
Dying Light is a specific hoe
from Thomass works to be g.ven
special attention.
After a festive holiday supper
that begins at 5:15 Sunday, Pres Presbyterians
byterians Presbyterians will have short program.
Christmas Caroling follows. The
last holiday activity will be at.
tendance of Christmas on Cam Campus.
pus. Campus.

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Nation Needs Coordination

In recent years there has been in increased
creased increased demand for the unification
of the scientific research done by the
government in this country. The need
for a single group to handle our de development
velopment development has been clearly demon demonstrated
strated demonstrated and interservice rivalry has
prevented constructive action from
being taken.
Now the announcement comes that
Russia has a nuclear-powered air airplane
plane airplane traveling in the vicinity of Mos Moscow
cow Moscow while the United States had to
Sadly confess that it had nothing to
show to compare with it. The of officials
ficials officials had to confess that our country
will not have anything to match it
for several years.
This country lost great psycholog psychological
ical psychological advantage throught out the entire
world when the Russians launched the
,
first Sputnik and literally caught the
United States unprepared. Our la launching
unching launching of sputniks immediately af afterward
terward afterward remedied the situation in
part but made little real progress
toward reestablishing us as the
worlds foremost power.
Now just as this country is riding
high on the crest of an outer space
missile which traveled about 75,000
miles toward the moon, all our visions
of glory are shattered by the revela revelation
tion revelation that Russia has produced a much

THE ICONOCLAST

A Fresh View on the Apathy Issue

By JOHN SEITZ
Commentary: One difference
between open-mindedness and
ambivalence is that the former
i a mine, and the latter thine.
You hear a great deal of talk
these days regarding student
apathy, particularly on this cam campus
pus campus with its penchant for estab establishing
lishing establishing (by executive order) tra traditions
ditions traditions which turn out to be
more annual than perennial.
Same of the
persons decry-

ing this apathy
are those who
took part in
the zany move movements
ments movements of the
twenties, the
class move movements
ments movements of the
thirties and
the troop
movements of
the forties.
Others, parti-

*******

cularly among students, are
those who would benefit per personally
sonally personally frcm mass student ac activity,
tivity, activity, or else- those who have
a definite need for some cause
or other in which to believe and
lose themselves. This latter
group appears to be diminish diminishing
ing diminishing in siae.
However, in all this talk of
apathy, one wonders if it isnt
more of a reorientation of inter interest,
est, interest, both in nature and scope,
than a lack of interest. In effect,
it appears that some people have
stopped to ask what am I do doing
ing doing here? For example, I had
a friend in Korea who found it
rather disconceming that, while
busy shooting and being shot at,
he could think of no particular
Chinese with whom he was an angry,
gry, angry, and could think at none
whom were particularly angry
with him.
As I have said, the tendency
toward what has been called
apathy is not universal among
students. I cannot be called the
mark of some sort of genera generation
tion generation or other, and, indeed, I do

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Editorials

more practical weapon and has had
it for several months.
Aviation Week magazine, which
reported the new plane, according
the best authorities, has been right
too many times in the past not to
know what it is talking about. There
is the possibility that the Russians
have not actually launched such a
plane but it is doubtful.
It does seem, though, that if the
Russians had completed such a plane
six months ago and have had it in
operation for some two months in the
Moscow area, that the Russian press
would have surely reported it by now.
This seems to be our one hope that
the Russians have not actually ac accomplished
complished accomplished such a feat.
But if they have the planes in work working
ing working order and have the Russian press
under such strict surveillance that
they do not report events in the Mos Moscow
cow Moscow area which might prove of more
than usual interest in the Western
world, then imagine what greater ad advances
vances advances the Russians might be hiding
in Siberia.
There appears to be a real need to
make the defenses of this country
more coordinated. There is great call
to economize in this countrys finan finances
ces finances and if there is to be economy,
there must be some change in the
defense setup.
South Carolina GAMECOCK

not think it is apathy at aU.
Rather, it appears more to be
an interest in people as indivi individuals,
duals, individuals, and in a rather limited
world made up of these indivi individuals,
duals, individuals, in which they try to un understand
derstand understand one another. Perhaps
this stems from & growing dis distrust
trust distrust of mass action or spirit
in any form; perhaps there have
been to many ulterior motives
wrapped in the glorious banners
of this or that cause. I do not
know.
However, you can see it on
this campus. For example, its
not that the students are oppos opposed
ed opposed to what used to be called
school spirit; rather, they just
don't give a damn about it. The
same goes for the good old
team, or this pixie bit now
being played in the girls dorms
in fact, in all the so-call so-called
ed so-called spontaneous movements in
which students are either urged
or forced to take part.
Again, how many stu de n t
leaders lead anything but each
other? The motto seems to be
politics for the politicians, foot football
ball football for the alumni, and us for
each other among those who
would have been, in an earlier
era, the student leaders in all
sorts of activities. The or.e for
all, etc. bit is passe today.
Instead of group spirit and
activity, and good old competi competition,
tion, competition, around the campus we find
a large number of very small
groups of varied and sundry
interests, all very Introverted
and none competing with each
other. There is no formal or organization,
ganization, organization, and little activity as
a group on the part of any of
them.
However, those on high and
other right thinkers just cant
seem to let well enough alone.
Every week it is participate in
this or participate in that, get
that good old spirit, get in there
together, gang, and do.
What they dont seem to realize
is that the harder they paieb,

Friday, December 12,1958

with such devices as marching
people in formation to a pep ral rally,
ly, rally, and turning small things into
university wide activities, the
more the students in the groups
are going to withdraw into their
own private little worlds.
The people in the groups dont
want supervision, encour agt agtment,
ment, agtment, or whatever pushed on
them from the outside; in fact,
the only way one becomes in
group is to stand off and wait
for it to happen. And the in interesting
teresting interesting thing is that, once In Inside,
side, Inside, those on the outside, no
matter who they are, do not mat matter
ter matter to those on the inside. The
entire orientation of the move movement,
ment, movement, if it can be called that, is
toward understanding as fully
as possible a small number of
others on a very personal and
emotive basis.
However, there is little con conformity
formity conformity in this, since there is
little judgement; in fact, it
might be said that the impossi impossible
ble impossible (like a colony of hermits)
has been attained in these groups
in individuals on campus. One
has to be an individual to be in
one, since they are interested
in each other as individuals,
not as faceless fellow creatures
in the service of some higher
cause.
COLLEGIATE NATION
Many Changes
In Religion
Valparaiso, Ind, (IP*)
Major changes in the Depart Department
ment Department of religion involving addi additional
tional additional course requirements, a
basically revised teaching me method
thod method and uniquely new course
content have gone into effect at
Valparaiso University this year.
The changes take the following
directions:
1) Course requirements in the
department have been expand expanded
ed expanded to the point where twelve
credit hours in religion will be
required for graduation in the
College of Arte and Sciences,
beginning with this years fresh freshman
man freshman class; these twelve hours
represent four two-hour courses
in the first two years and two
additional courses in the Junior Juniorsenior
senior Juniorsenior year.
8) A distinctively diffe rent
course content and study ap approach
proach approach have been introduced in
the first four lower division
courses.
3) Theological themes in the
religion curriculum are coordi coordinated
nated coordinated with cor responding
themes in campus worship life.
4) New faculty members have
been added to the already strong
teaching staff in religion.
Despite the change, Profes Professor
sor Professor Robert Bertram, new reli religion
gion religion department head, pointed
out, the depart ments real
strength lies in its continuity
with the past:
First of course in the peren perennial
nial perennial theology of the Scriptures
and the churchs confessions and
second in the ready talent and
veteran experience o t the exist existing
ing existing departmental staff, without
which we would have been un unable
able unable even to consider the
changes which are now tinder
way.
Commenting on the new pro program,
gram, program, Dean of Faculty W. E.
Bauer said, Our religion pro program
gram program is s move away from the
mechanical, the systematic,
the theoretical, to something ex existential
istential existential and relevant.

IN AND^ROUND

Compares Views on College Papers

By DAVE LEVY
Former Alligator Editor 1
Oftentimes this writer has I
seen a discussion crop up as to
just what the purposes of a col- 1
lege newspaper are supposed to r
be. ]
Two groups, one on either ex- i
treme, view the college paper as ;
either a publication which should
stir up criticism and ill will i
whenever it can, and the other
extreme calls for a lackadaisical
viewpoint at every instance with
never a critical eye on the part
of the paper.

LEVY

Those in the
first group
would do bet better
ter better to publish
Confide n t i a 1
Magazine
Those in the
latter have ab absolutely
solutely absolutely no con conception
ception conception of the
purpose of a
newspaper and
feel instead

that it should poop sheet.
It is that vast middle area,
which I feel represents the best
in journalism, whether it be col collegiate
legiate collegiate or a Florida daily.
Some readers might immedia immediately
tely immediately view this column as a de defense
fense defense of last years Alligator,
since in fact my critics have
felt that the publication was
more of & Confidential type ap approach
proach approach than anything else.
I feel these criticisms are
THE BABBLING BROOK

'My God, She has Technicolor Legs'

By AL ALSOBBOOK
I knew this wasnt my day
when I was propelled out of bed
this morning .
Perhaps I should explain. Last
night I put some records on the
o/hi-fi and plugged the set into
my clock radio. Unfortunately I
didnt check the records before
hand . Friend, have you ever
been awakened at 7:30 to the
Sabre Dance . .??? After
scrapping myself from the ceil ceiling
ing ceiling and brushing my dentures
with saving cream I nervously
prepared for another day of edu education.
cation. education.
Still shaking "from the exper experience,
ience, experience, I made my way to campus
and to class. I got there on time.
In fact, I was early, about six
days early to be exact. It was
Friday and Id gone to a Thurs Thursday
day Thursday class.
Undaunted, I bodily staggared
to the Hub. I like the Hub.
You can fill your pen free in the
post -office, talk to the person personality
ality personality kid behind the cigarette
counter in the Campus Shop,
and all sorts of other interest interesting
ing interesting things like that.
And its so nice to draw a lip lipstick
stick lipstick decorated cup of steam steaming
ing steaming Shinola and join my friends
fboth of them) at a table for
brilliant intellectual conversa conversation.
tion. conversation.
I remember one day we dis discussed
cussed discussed foreign affairs . Con Considering
sidering Considering that none of us has
had any local affairs'* lately
this was a pretty good feat.
On this particular Foggy Day
in Gatortown, I sat there sip sipping
ping sipping my brew. I had rummaged
through a Gl can in the comer
*nd gotten a copy of Peanuts
and was humming Schroders
latest song, hla Only Six, Six,
Six, Six More Days Until Be Bethovens
thovens Bethovens Birthday.
Suddenly the water glasses on
the table began to tremble .
while at the same time a high
piercing giggle began to rever reverberiate
beriate reverberiate throughout the room. I
looked up . searching for the
source of the noise.
There she was standing be before
fore before me I wasnt quit* sure
what it was She looked hu human,
man, human, the laughter sounded al almost
most almost human, but the legs .
the legs were electric blue.
Thats right. Before me stood
Fantasia, the dancing elephant
on a pair of electric blue legs.
I gagged down my cup of
coffee and just as I had com composed
posed composed myself again, another
member of the troupe walked in.
Or perhaps I should say danced
in. She fluttered from one
table to the other like Salome
dancing the seven veils with a
hot foot
She had Millhopper Red legs
accented by bright yellow plaid
bermudaa. She arms lovely M

sometimes hast, but I shant
bother to personally answer
them.
First of all, integrity has got
to be the byword of a college
newspaper. Without this the pa paper
per paper fails on its attempt to live
up to the cardinal principal of
good journalism, the ability and
desire to treat friends, enemies
and acquaintances with the
same degree of integrity in the
publication of news.
If possible, an even higher de degree
gree degree of integrity is called for
here than in personal acquain acquaintanceships,
tanceships, acquaintanceships, for the public is not
particularly intersted in wheth whether
er whether the members of the staff got
up on the wrong side of the bed
the morning the paper is distri distributed.
buted. distributed. All they demand it to
know what they are reading is
reliable.
Secondly, news coverage must
be fairly complete
The reading public cannot ex expect
pect expect a higher degree of news
coverage than students with an
additional duty of attending clas classes
ses classes can humanly manage. And if
every detail of what the reader
feels is essential to a story is
not present he must remember
that (1) he probably knows more
about the event than the writer
because he is personally involv involved
ed involved while the reporter is merely
sent to cover the story (2)
and (3) what is hot news to
a private person may be of only

she was engaged . she used
Brillo. Actually she faintly
resembled an ivy league milk
bottle
Had these girls let the hair
on their legs grow and dyed
them to match their eyes . .???
No, I was informed, the Bal Ballet
let Ballet Troupe de Monte Carlo was wasnt
nt wasnt in town for a Lyceum Per Performance.
formance. Performance. Its just the latest fad
being played to the fullest by
out own little campus Pavlovas.
Leotards.
Now really girls . whered
ya git em hugh? Go
ahead and wear your crew neck
sweaters, your noses in the air,
your slim jims and bermudas
. . but electric blue legs
One girl has defensively of offered
fered offered that she likes them be because
cause because they keep her legs warm
. . dont worry doll, theres
not going to be any snow fall-

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passing interest to the college
community.
Thirdly, there must be a de desire
sire desire to better the atmosphere of
the university.
Primarily, I feel this should
center around boosting academ academics
ics academics whenever possible and back backing
ing backing up Student Government and
the Administration when they
make such attempts. Editorial
suggestions for more money, for
education and more funds for
out of-the classroom intel intellectual
lectual intellectual stimulation would also
be points toponder*
Occasionally a newspaper
must make enemies to do Its
job the right way. The great
newspaperman Herbert Bayard
Swope once said something to
the effect that I have no for formula
mula formula for successful journalism.
But I do have one for making it
a failure. Try to please all the
people all the time.
There are other things that
make up responsible journalism,
and one could write a book on
the subject. In fact, many such
books have been written.
But after all is said and done,
there will never be universal
agreement on these fundamental
or the proper way to bring them
about. But if we try to follow
that middle ground, and avoid
the two extremes, a newspaper
_has wide latitude in which to
basically fulfill its main respon responsibilites
sibilites responsibilites to the college commun community.
ity. community.

tag your way.
It was especially impressive
to see the sweet young thing at
the Bolet piano concert the other
evening. Her legs and the pot potted
ted potted palms matched perfectly perfectlyexcept
except perfectlyexcept the palms had a little
more shape to them.
But perhaps the best example
of this nifty new outfit is the
young maiden I saw jumping
over the Dempster Dumpster be behind
hind behind Anderson Hall the other
evening. She was the real cam campus
pus campus Individualist. She had on
bermudas, purple leotard, black
leather jacket and shower shoes
. . real neat chick.
No kidding girls . hang
em up and let Santa fill them at
Christmas. Maybe hell bring
you a man You may need one
in reserve ... the outside world
isnt as heavily populated with
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Writer Blasts Attitude
Os Some Footboll Players

EDITOR:
For the Gator Bowl bound
University of Florida football,,
the fans and faculty at the Uni University
versity University and for football in gener general
al general it has been a wonderful foot football
ball football season.
It has been a season to give
substance to the philosopher
George Santayanas view that
the football game teams, play,
half time band performances,
cheering and all constituted
one of Americas orginal contri contributions
butions contributions to the fine arts.
American's treat the coaches
as opera-loving Italian crowds
in Milan and Naples treat opera
stars and composers: heap them
with honors or abuse, according
to razor-sharp (and not always
fair) judgments of the moment.
We build great monuments for
them to perform in. We turn out
in crowds that for size and en enthusiasm
thusiasm enthusiasm are the amazement of
people outside the cult.
The result of this sumptuous
treatment, it seems, has been to
give at least three U of F grid gridders
ders gridders somewhat of a feeling of
aristocracy when around the
peasants (students). At least
they remarked that there seem seemed
ed seemed to be a bit of slime about
when they walked into the Col College
lege College Inn last Sunday evening

'Cultural Appreciation Group'
Adds to Battle of the Sexes

EDITOR:
The Grove Hall Annex Cultural
Appropriation League held a
mass meeting last night to con consider
sider consider the growing affrontry ex exhibited
hibited exhibited by the female faction of
this student body appearing in
the Alligator.
We would like to propose a
course for the snow shovelers,
C2HSOH. That is Alcohol for you
who passed C-2. They seem to
be very competent in this field
and would probably set the high
point of the curve.
We- also suggest that the
snow men take a few acces accessories
sories accessories along with them when
they date the shovelers. First
and foremost is a blow torch
(Actually with a few of the soph sophisticates
isticates sophisticates we suggest a large ca capacity
pacity capacity welding unit), A guide to
cute and witty sayins found in
love comics and My True
Story. With the Ed. students

Why no Sidewalk of Rawlings?
Asks Irate Dormitory Resident

Editor,
This is my third year at this
Institution and I am still amaz amazed
ed amazed at the utterly inefficient and
idiotic things thi University
doea.
We laugh about the fact that
the water sprinklers always
seem to go on rainy days and
are carefully calculated to
drench some unsuspecting stu student.
dent. student. But now the administra administration
tion administration has gone too far!
I live in Rawlings (you know,
the new dorm that didnt have
any electrtay, mops, or towel
racks at the beginning of the
semester). Os course I really
shouldnt complain; at least part
of the dorm now has some heat.
But we dont have a sidewalx
where we need it most!
On the lovely west side of the
dorm we have an Italian mar marble
ble marble entrance most conveniently

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and proceeded to crowd into the
long line of waiting intellectuals
how did I know they were
intellectuals? Why, they had
beards.
Now I dont mind being crowd crowded
ed crowded ahead of t beard and all but
I dont like being called slime
by football players how did
I know they were football play players?
ers? players? Why by flagrant and osten ostentatious
tatious ostentatious display of letter sweat sweaters,
ers, sweaters, brawny shoulder and hairy
chests.
Now it seems -to me that the
football team exists to serve the
school and not vice versa. Fur Furthermore,
thermore, Furthermore, most of us feel that
the primary purpose for the
slime being present at thie
institution is to gain an educa education,
tion, education, not conduct ourselves ob obsequiously
sequiously obsequiously around gridders.
Before I appear hypercritical
I probably should comment
that most of the Gators are gen gentlemen
tlemen gentlemen and probably quite well wellreceived
received wellreceived by the student body.
But, nevertheless, the action in
public by the small minority re reflects
flects reflects adversely upon the whole.
Hark, though, there may be
hope. They were young and per perhaps
haps perhaps one day will learnthough
probably not while in Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville that less ephemeral as aspects
pects aspects of life exist.
Terry Miller

we suggest Common Myths
About John Dewey, in particu particular
lar particular chapters containing his gay
and witty side.
* It is also evident that the
Five Frozen Freshman are
really too high quality for us and
really deserve better accommo accommodations
dations accommodations than the lowly millhop millhopper
per millhopper can offer. We would sug suggest
gest suggest that they transfer to the Ivy
League v/here we are informed
that the apartments are more
prevalent and luxuriously ap appointed.
pointed. appointed.
We realize that they lower
themselves in their pursuit of
the M.R.S. to only the tallest,
richest, athletic late model con convertible
vertible convertible driving ecions of cam campus
pus campus elite, but what more can a
poor mixed up dorm dweller
be expected to do? Life Is too,
too rough. Have fun dolls, the
outside world is. .
R. W. Wenmerholm, Prt*.

used by the servicemen. (For
this the university was gracious
enough to pay 5 men for 2 %
weeks, when it could have been
done efficiently in 8 days.) And
the coeds hardly use it!
Meanwhile, on the side that we
do use, we poor coeds have had
to trudge through dirt and dust,
and, come the ratas-mud, to get
to class. At the time of this
writing it still showed no signs
of getting paved.
They're going to put it ta
over the Thanksgiving holi holidays,
days, holidays, wp-.dtfere told. But we
returned to find the same, dirty,
unpaved mud hole, with water
(affectionately called Dake Raw Rawlings)
lings) Rawlings) and not only had they hot
made a sidewalk, but they went
ahead and planted a tree in the
way!
%
How long must we suffer, or
how long?
A Rawlings Resident



Strong Teams Enter Final Round in Greek Tennis Play

Alligator Picks Greek All-Campus Football Team

McGuire, Moore Standouts
On Orange, Blue Selections
By SCOTT ANSELMO
Gator Sport Writer
Here are your 1958 All-Campus football teams as
selected by the intramurals staff:

ORANGE LEAGUE
PETE McGUIRE Pete, the
BAE superman, sparked the Lion Lionmen
men Lionmen to the Orange League cham championship.
pionship. championship. "Mr Everything, a foot football
ball football coachs dream, kicked, pass passed
ed passed and carried the pigskin all over
the green turf. Perhaps his great greatest
est greatest effort was in the playoff con contest
test contest against Sigma Chi when he
accounted for every one of SAEs
18 points by either passing or run running
ning running the ball over. Versatile Mc-
Guire had previously bee honor honored
ed honored as All Campus in four sports.
TOM PFLEGER Sigma Nus
representative certainly deserves
his spot on the All-Campus team.
Tommy, from Miami Edison,
scored elx touchdowns in four
games to lead the Snakes to the
semi finals. Pfleger, at 510 and
180 pounds, has been named on
past All Campus squads in flag
football and water basketball.
808 GBISSEVGER Bobby,
Kappa Sigmas stellar quarter quarterback,
back, quarterback, rightfully earned his All-
Campus berth by guiding Kappa
Sigs "Super Six all the way to
the semi-final encounter. In lead leading
ing leading his teammates to two lopsid lopsided
ed lopsided victories, "Breakaway Bobby
made good use of the same natur natural
al natural ability which he exhibits every
spring as first string centerfieM centerfieMer
er centerfieMer on the Gator* baseball nine.
VENNIE PENT Vennie, Sig Sigma
ma Sigma Chi standout, used his two
hundred pounds to best advantage
in hurling the Sigs to the final
contest with SAE. Pent scored the
only Sigma Chi touchdown against
SAE on a scamper around end.
His most potent weapon, though,
is his strong arm, as all Sig op opponents
ponents opponents will attest. Pent pitches
for the Florida U. baseballers ev every
ery every spring.
DICK TOISTER Pi Lambda
Phis contribution to the All-Cam All-Campus
pus All-Campus aggregation is Toister, their
atar quarterback. Dick comprised
most of the Pi Lam air arm in
their victory over Phi Delta The Theta
ta Theta and theiT close struggle with
Sigma Nu which the Snakes Won
88-19. In the latter fray, he com completed
pleted completed three touchdown passes to
account for all Pi Lam's counters.,
HARVEY WEINER -h Tau Ep Epsilon
silon Epsilon Phi revealed a secret w'ea
pan by the name of Harvey who
utilized mercurial speed to spear spearhead
head spearhead the TEP attack. Weiner, a
lightning fast halfback and sprin sprinter
ter sprinter from Miami Beach, provided
most of the TEP scoring punch,
thereby earning the "All Cam Campus
pus Campus label.
BLUE LEAGUE
PETE MOORE Dazzling Is
the only word to do justice to the
Betas sensational field general.
Petes quick thinking and quick quicker
er quicker acting yanked the Betas out
of many a tough spot, as he and
his cohorts blasted their way to
the Blue League crown. The quick

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witted quarterback was noted for
his deception and passing arm
HARRY ALBRECHT Harry
"the horse has been choeen All-
Campus for the second straight
year in flag football. A former
center at Miami Edison, Harry
capitalized on his high school ex experience
perience experience and newer grid techni techniques
ques techniques to guide the Chi Phis to their
first two- victories. In these ini initial
tial initial contests, he passed for three
touchdowns and ran four more ov over.
er. over.
JIM QUINCY Jim, AGES
play caller, earned his place on
the All Campus team by virtue
of his top notch quarterbacking.
Quincy, besides his excellent field
generalship, ran AGR foes ragged
and hurled the aerials which put
life into his teams passing attack
and led them to second place in
the standings. Quincy edged de defensive
fensive defensive stalwart Elmo Shropshire
as Alpha Gamma Rhos top star
this year.
JIM SOHM As Pi Kappa Phis
versatile quarterback, Jim has
shown a wide range of football
talents ranging from breakaway
speed to defensive skills. Perhaps
his major asset is his offensive
ability, as he has pulled weapon
after weapon from his long-armed
arsenal to shoot his teammates
out of reach of Pi Kap opposition.
JERRY BRYANT A real
leader, is the title Jerrys Tneta
Chi fraternity brothers have given
him. And a leader he was on the
gridiron as he called the plays In
the Theta Chi huddle. He diag diagnosed
nosed diagnosed enemy defenses superbly,
thereby finding holes to shoot his
halfbacks through and spotting
pass receivers in the clear.
ALLAN DUESSE Alan, Phi
Sigma Kappas top flight end, ga gathered
thered gathered in many a pass and sped
goalward bound for his team teammates
mates teammates and his fraternity. His glue gluefingers
fingers gluefingers seldom dropped an offer offering
ing offering from quarterback Jack Pan Pantales
tales Pantales and so he has been named
on the All Campus squad.

Pete Moore: Beta Spark

By KEN HACKETT
Gator Sports Writer
Pete Moore, for the past 2
years, has been one of the most
outstanding athletes in fraterni fraternity
ty fraternity intramurals for Beta Theta
Pi.
Pete, a very versatile ath athlete,
lete, athlete, has been the sparkplug of
the Betas in their quest for the
Blue League title. He partici participates
pates participates in all of the fraternity
sports, but lists football as his
favorite.
This year, Moore has been
a great aid in Betas second
place position. They are only a

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- 'A
ORANGE LEAGUE BLUE LEAGUE
Pete McGuire Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pete Moore Beta Theta Pi
Tom Pfleger Sigma Nu Harry Albrecht Chi Phi
Bobby Geissinger Kappa Sigma Jim Quincy Alpha Gamma Rho
Vennie Pent Sigma Chi Jim Sohm Pi Kappa Phi
Dick Toister Pi Lambda Phi Jerry Bryant Theta Chi
Harvey Weiner Tau Epsilon Pi Allan Duesse Phi Sigma Kappa

few points behind league lead leading
ing leading Phi Tau. Since the Betas
joined the Blue League they
have won every sport.
Pete wa the quarterback for
the Betas and led them to six
victories and one loss in a pro*
PETE MOORE ..
. . Beta Theta Pi
tested game. His best game was
in defeating Pi Kappa Phi 19-13.
when he scored all three TD'j.
In the championship game
against Alpha Gamma Rho, won
by Beta 13-0, he passed for one
TD and an extra point.
His most outstanding asset is
on defense where his speed and
pass catching ability constantly

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ends opponents long drives. The
Betas have only allowed 4 points
scored against them in seven
games while scoring 19 them themselves.
selves. themselves.
Pete is a 5-7, 150 pound so sophomore
phomore sophomore having graduated from
Jacksonville Du Pont where ho
played football and baseball. He
is majoring in Marketing.
Pete says that intram u r a 1 s
are "great" but there could be
a Httle improvement in officiat officiating.
ing. officiating. He thinks that intramurals
are the best thing on campus.
Pete is an avid sports fan and
in his spare time he officiates
sporting events at the Boys Club
with the help of some of the
Betas.
If you are interested in an all
out performance by a fine ath athlete
lete athlete keep an eye on Pete Moure
and his Beta brothers in their
quest for the championship of
the Blue League.

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Greek tennla shaped up as a
close battle this week between
four strong teams in the Orange
an Pi and Theta Chi squared off for
the final round in the Blue Lea League
gue League while Phi Delta Theta and
Delta Tau Delta faced each other
In the Oran* t.
After receiving a first round
bye, Beta came in strong to de defeat
feat defeat a hapless Delta Upsilon team
1-0 and then racked Chi Phi 8-2
in the semi-finals.
Theta Chi received its berth in
the finals simply by putting the
necessary men on the court while
the Phi Gams stayed home out of
the rain. Beta and Theta Chi
will meet Monday, Dec. 15 to de decide
cide decide who will take the tennis cup
home.
The Phi Deits, making their bid
for points in the Orange League
standings via lobs and volleys in
great quantities, struck down
mighty Sigma Nu 3-2 in the semi semifinals
finals semifinals after cruising past Kappa
Alpha and the Teps earlier.
Delta Tau Delta brushed past a
trying Sigma Chi team, 3-2 in
their semi-finals, after first sink sinking
ing sinking a sluggish Kappa Sig team.
Phi Delta Theta and Delta Tau
Delta will meet Monday to deter determine
mine determine the 120-point winner.
Gymnastic, Judo Clubs
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stration demonstration at the Buchholi Junior
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GATOR GRIP GOSSIP
Woodruff's Xmas Gifts: R. -JlB
ES fa*.
Wide-Open Offense,
Gator Bowl Victory K5L^9
By BUDDY MARTIN
Gator Sports Writer

Question: What would coach Bob Woodruff like
ior Santa to bring him for Christmas? (Besides a new
five year contract).
Answer: A defensive back with six arms.
Two days after Christmas

around 2:30 p.m. at Jacksonvilles
Gator Bowl, approximately 43,000
fans and a nationwide television
audience will witness probably
one of the biggest bombardments
of footballs ever unleashed on a
collegiate gridiron.
Coach Johnny Vaught of Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi has probably got his All-
SEC quarterback Bobby Franklin
locked in the Oxford First Nation National
al National Bank at this very moment
with orders to throw at anything
that moves. And believe me, he
can throw that Football, (thats
Football with a capital F and
it rhymes with soccer and it spells
TROUBLE!!)
Franklin Stands on Read
Rumor has it that Franklin can
stand on his head with his eyes
closed and thread a needle. Thats
fine but while hes sewing
hes gonna have io fight off se seven
ven seven Gator linemen.
Franklin finished second behind
Lloyd Nix of Auburn in total of offense
fense offense in the SEC and when hes
not throwin, a fella by the name
of Charley (Flowers) is runnin.
Flowers, a junior, was All-SEC
at his fullback position this sea season.
son. season.
The powerful Gator fine should
be able to take of that Charley
fella (Billy Cannon and Tommy
.Lorino will vouch for that), but
the questions of who will stop
Franklin (stein) !s still unsolv unsolved.
ed. unsolved.
Dunn on T-Foot Ladder?
The only alternative that Wood Woodruff
ruff Woodruff has at the present is to put
his ace defender Jimmy Dunn on
a seven-foot ladder with a but butterfly
terfly butterfly net. (Not that Jimmy has-
If the Gators play the kind of
ball they are capable of playing
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are scheduled to use, they should
come out on top -no matter how
many passes Ole Miss throws.
And what could this wide-open wide-openoffensive
offensive wide-openoffensive attack possibly be?
Heckman Throes Passes?
It could msan a widely diversi diversified
fied diversified aerial attack, with everybo everybody
dy everybody from Dunn to Vel Heckman
throwing pastes (Lets hope they
dont move Dunn to tackle).
It could mean a newly Invented
ground attack or formation. (Who
were those crasy bunch of kids
that used the X formation).
It could mean, and probably will
mean less klqking and mere
gambling on third and fourth
downs. (Did somebody say Bobby
Joe Green can run the 100-yd.
dash in 9.6?).
It could mean going for the
two-point conversion Instead of
the one-pointer. (But then theres
Billy Booker with 10 out of 18 one onepoint
point onepoint conversions.)
And it could mean a combina combination
tion combination pf all four.
Whatever It is, lets hop* its
good enough, tricky enough, and
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Page 6

By JACK WINSTEAD and RAY LA FONTAINE
Alligator Sports Editors
NEW SPORT IN PROMINENCE
The Orange and Blue has shed one sport and taken on several.
Or almost shed one. But such is life, the passage ctf time, and
other assorted cliches.
Currently in prominence is the game of basketball as inter interpreted
preted interpreted by Coach John Mauer and his Gator cagers.

MAUER

Brskine College (we dont know what it is either), 107-61, Stetson,
73-62, and Rollins Tar Babies, 84-54, while the single loss came
from the only school in the Gators class, Georgia (said to be
one of the. weaker squads in the Southeastern Conference), 66-63.
It appears the Orange and Blue needs more than immaculate
sneakers which indeed do look impressive and a fumbling
fast break to finish the year with a respectable conference record.'
GATOR BOWLFOR DIVERSION SEEKERS
Holiday diversion seekers will focus attention on the coming
Gator Bowl classic, what with Ole Miss and Florida scheduled to
gambol amidst the deport edly resodded mud two shopping days
after Christmas and all. The Gators, expected to lose by six points
according to the latest wire service releases, should enter the
fiasco with a decided psychological advantage.
A partisan Jacksonville crowd, the underdog status, and their
first appearance before a national television audience will all work
to Floridas favor.
The rest is up to the squad, which has 14 seniors expected to
give the traditional last efforts for the ol Alma Mater and like
that.

FOURTEEN SENIORS (COUNT *EM)
Quarterbacks Jimmy Dunn and Jim Rhyne, halfbacks Billy
Booker and Bill Newbem, fullback Charlie Roberts, end Don

Fleming, tackles Vei Heckman,
Fred Schuta, and Pete Davidsen;
guards Edwin Johns, Tam Sheer,
and Joe Windham, and centers Joe
Hergert and Gene Graves are the
departing Gators, j
Windham has maintained better
than a 3.5 honor point average al although
though although deprived of grid recognition
by perhaps the finest group of
guards assembled for any one team
in the country Johns, Asa Cox,
Vic Miranda, Sheer, and Lawrin
Giannamore.

Top honcho Bob Woodruff has decreed to all willing listeners
his intentions to use a "wide open attack to suplimate an al already
ready already proven defensive front against Colonel Johnny Vaughts
Rebels (an offensive bunch).
Thus the Orange and Blue finally drops football for the
1958 season with excellent prospects for a second Gator Bowl vic victory.
tory. victory.
And w have basketball.
At least its a change. ?

Frosh Cagers Roll to Fourth Win;
As Stetson, Florida Southern Bow
Tlie Florida freshmen cagers continued their winning ways in bas basketball
ketball basketball action this past week, with a pair of wins over two intra intrastate
state intrastate rivals.

The Baby Gators defeated the
Stetson JayVees, 99-70, in Monday
night action and then reached the
century mark for the first time
this season, as they downed Flor Florida
ida Florida Southerns frosh, 101-74, on
Wednesday.
In Wednesday nights encount encounter,
er, encounter, the Baby Gators rolled up their
fourth consecutive victory of the
season by dumping Lakelands
Moes. Bob Bacon led the scoring
attack with 25 markers. Forward
Gil Farley sank 24, while Clift
Luyk, a 6-7 center, was third with
IS.
Virgil Collins was high scorer
for the losers with 22.
In the Monday night engagement
with the Hatters of DeLand, coach
Jim McCachrens five had a little
trouble getting started. With 3:2l

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A NEW LOOK has been install installed
ed installed this year, comprised of a fast
break, semi-full court press, and
white shoes.
These have been combined for
three victories and one loss, in the
process extending Floridas supre supremacy
macy supremacy over state opponents to 25
consecutive decisions during a five fiveyear
year fiveyear span, with Miamis 1953 Hur Hurricanes
ricanes Hurricanes being the last to dampen
our spirits with an 85-75 surprise.
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remaining in the first half, the
score was knotted at 25-25, but
the Baby Gators came bouncing
back with 18 straight points to
lead at halftime, 47-32.
Cliff Luyk and Jay Lovelace,
took high scoring honors for the
U-of F with 21 apiece.
Farley leads the frosh scoring
with 77 markers in four contests
and a 19.3 average. In second
place is Luyk with 75; third is
Bacon with 70; Jay Lovelace is
fifth with 48; and Neil Cody oc occupies
cupies occupies the No. 5 spot with 29.
The frosh will travel with their
varsity counterparts to Tallahas Tallahassee
see Tallahassee tomorrow night and meet die
FStJ Papooses prior to the Gator
clash with the Seminoles.

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(partially hidden) drives in for a lay-up, only to have
his effort blocked by Rollins* Ralph Tanchuk (55).
Gator George Jung and opponent Boyd Coffee (41)
stand by for further developments. (Gator Photo)

Florida Makes Battle Plans
For Vaught's Rebel Troops
By BUDDY MARTIN
Gator Sports Writer
Gator Bowl-bound Florida resumes practice Monday, mapping out
battle plans for Mississippis Rebels, whom they will face Decem December
ber December 27 in Jacksonvilles 13th annual post season classic.

According to head coach Bob
Woodruff, the Gators will hold
drills on campus until next Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, then depart for Ponte Vedra
Beach, where they wil establish
headquarters and continue prac practice
tice practice at Fletcher High School field.
2nd Bowl for Rebs
Meanwhile, coach Johnny Vau Vaughts
ghts Vaughts troops began drilling Thurs Thursday
day Thursday for their second bowl game
of 1958 (the Rebels beat Texas in
the Sugar Bowl January 1). The
Mississipplans are scheduled to
continue practice until Christmas
and will fly to Jacksonville De December
cember December 26.
Southeastern Conference
Spearheaded by All-Southeastern
Conference quarterback Bobby
Franklin, who finished the reg regular
ular regular season in the SECs number
two spot behind Auburns Lloyd
Nix in total offense, and pile piledriving
driving piledriving All-SEC fullback Charley
Flowers, the Ole Miss eleven com compiled
piled compiled a seasons record of eight
wins and two losses.
Vaughts offensive machine,

Gators Give Grants
To Dodd, Roberts

Bobby Dodd, Jr., son of Georgia Techs head mentor, and Gene
Roberts, brother of Gator fullback Charlie Roberts, signed grant-in grant-inaid
aid grant-inaid scholarships with the University of Florida, it was announced
this week by coach Bob Woodruff.

Dodd, a 6-1, 185 pound star
quarterback for Grady High
School in Atlanta, captained his
team this past season. He also
has lettered the last two years in
football, basketball, and baseball
and recently was awarded the At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta Scholastic Trophy for main maintaining
taining maintaining the highest average of any
football player in the Atlanta
school system.
Roberts gained over 1,000 yards

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first in total team offense in the
conference, reportedly has an aer aerial
ial aerial attack in mind for Woodruffs
warriors, but the Papa Gator
announced earlier this week that
he has a bag full of surprises in
store for the highly touted Rebs.
Gators In Top Shape
The Gators should be in tip top
physical shape for their second
bowl contest in the schools his history,
tory, history, with more than twd weeks
to recover from regular season
battle wounds.
Tackle Dick Brantley, who was
injured in the Vanderbilt fray,
should be recuperated from his
foot injury and could strengthen
the tackle corps, composed of sen seniors
iors seniors Vel All American" Heck Heckman,
man, Heckman, Fred Schutz, and Pete Da Davidsen;
vidsen; Davidsen; and sophomore standouts
Danny Royal and Ronnie. Slack.
Halfbacks Don Deal and Bill
Newbem, who have nursed along
injuries throughout the season, al also
so also should be ready to *go full
speed at kick off time for the na nationally
tionally nationally televised contest.

this season as a prep fullback at
Santa Fe, whic h posted a 7-2-1
record. He was being sought by
numerous other Southeastern Con Conference
ference Conference schools, but chose Florida
over Tennessee, one of the many
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Gators Snare
25th Straight
State Victory
Floridas slightly revised new
look Gators, sporting three wins
and one loss, hit the road this
weekend for a clash with arch archrival
rival archrival Florida State tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow night.
FSU had a 2-1 record at Dress
time, losing to ever powerful
Kentucky and downing Furman
and Spring Hill. The Indians have
been paced by captain Hugh Dur Durham,
ham, Durham, who Kentucky coach Adolph
Rupp called a remarkable play player,
er, player, and transfer guard Don
Bates. This pair scored 91 of the
Seminoles total 141 points in the
first two contests.
FSU Has Height Edge
The rest of the Tribes starting
lineup gives the Tallahassee
school a definite edge over Flori Florida
da Florida in the height factor, With for forwards
wards forwards Charles Tinsley (6-6) and
Jim Liteky (6-2), and center Dan
Boltz (6-6).
Meanwhile, back in the Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville camp, coach John Mauer has
disposed of the two- platoon sys system,
tem, system, which carried the Orange
and Blue through its first three
contests, in the hopes of finding
the right combination to stave off
the Seminoles attack.
The veteran coach mixed
his former units and came up
with guards Charlie Pike and To Tommy
mmy Tommy Simpson, forwards Dick Ho Hoban
ban Hoban and Frank Etheridge, and
center Bob Sherwood. He inserted
this starting lineup for last Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday nights Rollins clash, and
I the new combo nearly ran the
I visiting Tars out of Florida Gym.
Gators Never in Trouble
After a brief two- point 'ead
by Rollins, Florida eased to a 3-2
.edge on a long one-hander by
Sherwood and a charity toss by
Etheridge. The Gators were never
in trouble from this moment on.
The margin was 43-24 at half-time
and increased to 30 points, 59-
29, with a long shot by Pike mid midway
way midway in the last period.
From this point, the Orange and
Blue protected its lead until the
final score read: 84-54.
Hoban, Etheridge, and Sherwood
each scored 14 points to end in a
three -way tie for game scoring
honors, while guard Paul Mosny
chipped in 12-markers, hitting six
field goals out of eight attempts.
Rebounding was an apparent
improvement over previous
games, as everyone garnered his
share in this department. Center
George Jung and forward Walt
Rabhan led Florida, With 11 and
12 respectively, while Hoban and
Ethridge each plucked nine off
the boards.
Rollins Boyd Coffee, a 6-0 guard
and Dick Bishop, a 6-2 forward,
scored 12 points apiece to pace the
Tars in a losing cause. Their ef efforts
forts efforts could not hope to compen compenstate
state compenstate for Floridas almost com complete
plete complete dominance of the boards
Rollins managed 37 rebounds while
the Gators grabbed 74.
In last Monday nights encoun encounter
ter encounter with Citrus Champ Stetson, it
was sparkling play by fleet-footed
guard Simpson from Coldwater,
Mississippi, and fine defensive
work by Etheridge which guided
a scrambling Gator crew to a
hard fought 73-62 decision.
Pivotman Sherwood led the Or Orange
ange Orange and Blue in scoring and re rebounding,
bounding, rebounding, however, with 17 and
1Z totals. Etheridge and Simpson
followed in the former department
with 15 and 14 points, respective respectively
ly- respectively
High scorer for the night was
sharpshooter Gene Wells of the
visiting Hi-Hutters, with 21 points.
Teammate Ralph Miller chipped
in 14 points and led all rebound rebounders
ers rebounders with 14 snatches.
These two decisions gave Flori Florida
da Florida its 24th and 25th straight wins
over state rivals dating back to
1953, when only Miami was able
to turn the trick.
Swim Managers to Apply
Anyone interested in applying
for the positions of managers for
the Florida Swimming Team
should see head coach Jack Ryan
in Room 215. Florida Gym.

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the cords, as an unidentified Rollins eager makes a futile attempt to block the
- maneuver. Tar Dick Bishop (3s) looks on helplessly, while teammate Boy Griffith
(25) views the proceedings from the foul line. Rollins* Ralph Tanchuk (55) and
Gary Gabbard (43) and Florida's Walt Rabhan appear to be swaying as the
shot nears the basket. (Gator Photo).

Sheer-Mainstay in Guard Corps

By DAVE RAIRIGH
Gator Sports Writer
Tom Sheer, one of fourteen
seniors on the Gator grid squad,
will don an Orange and Blue
uniform for the last time in the
December 27 bowl clash with
Mississippi.
Sheer, a 206-poilnd guard, has
been one of the reasons that
Florida ended regular season
play ranked number seven na nationally
tionally nationally in rushing defense, re received
ceived received a bid to play Ole Miss
in the 13th annual Gator Bowl,
and finished 15th in the country
in the final football rankings.
The 21-year old Tampan Ur one
of the mainstays in the Gators
reserve guard corps, which pro probably
bably probably boasts more depth than
any other Southeastern Confer Conference
ence Conference team.
Halls from Clevehuul
Tom was bom in Cleveland,
Ohio, and moved to Florida in
1946, He received a grant-in-aid
scholarship to the U of F after
three outstanding grid years at
Hillsborough High.
The six-foot senior hails from
the same prep school that pro produced
duced produced standout Gator quarter quarterback
back quarterback Jimmy Dunn, and moved
from guard to fullback to play
in the same backfield with the
little split-T magician in his sen senior
ior senior year with the Terriers.
"This year is certainly the
toughest season weve had since
I have been here, but I feel
it has been the best one, Sheer
remarked.
Record Deceiving
And he added, actually

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our record is deceiving to those
who have not seen us play; its
awfully hard to tell anything
about a team simply by look looking
ing looking at its win-loss record. Los Losing
ing Losing to two of the top teams in
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iana State) by a total margin of
four points is certainly no dis disgrace,
grace, disgrace, and I feel our Gator Bowi
bid was wellrearned in spite of
what some people are saying.
The Gators have been relegat relegated
ed relegated to a six-point underdog role
by the countrys grid experts for

the Louisthe nationally: televised post
season classic with coach John?
ny Vaughts Rebels.
Mississippi has a good ball
club. They have a strong
offense and a fine passing at attack,
tack, attack, ,but I think we can take
them. The big difference will be
whether we can break, up (Bob (Bobby)
by) (Bobby) Franklins air attack, said
the senior guard.
Sheer Becomes Engaged
Topi recently became engaged
to Miss Luisa Brau, a junior
Florida coed from San Turce,
Puerto Rico; and wedding plans
have been set for next August.
The couple met on campus sev several
eral several years ago.j
The big IfnemAii, who lettered
in his, sophomoire* year, is active
in Delta Tau Delta social fra fratemity
temity fratemity and claims membership
in the. F Club.. |He U majoying in
marketing and looks forward to
a commission in the U.S. Ma Marine
rine Marine Corps upon graduation next
June.
One of his favorite hobbies is
playing chess with his, two
athletically inclined room roommates,
mates, roommates, Don Deal of Corpus
Christi, Texas, and Pete David Davidsen
sen Davidsen of Auburndale, Florida. Deal
is a halfback on the Florida
eleven, while Davidsen is a
member of the tackle corps.
The Gator Rebel rouser will
be Sheers first bowl game ex experience,
perience, experience, and he looks for the
contest to be ope of the best of
the 1958-59 post season matches.
Well be ready for them, he
conriv-ded.