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Volume 51, Number 24

Dr. Strozier
To Speak
Here Today
Phi Beta Kappa
Taps 8 Seniors
Florida State University-
President Robert M. Stroz Strozier
ier Strozier will deliver the Phi Be Beta
ta Beta Kappa public address,
The Administrator and
Scholarship, tonight at
8:30 in the Law College
Eight seniors in the College of
Arts and Sciences will be initiated
into the Florida Chapter of Phi
Beta Kappa at this time.
Elected to the national scholar scholarship
ship scholarship honorary last month were:
John J. Bartko, Brooksville; Vin Vincent
cent Vincent S. Gannon, St. Augustine;
Theodor# F. Graetz, Sarasota;
James S. Howland, Jacksonville;
Jules 8. Cohen and Mrs. Leara
Lawrence Holt, Orlando; and Loy Loyal
al Loyal Ray Hanyen and Anna Mea Meachem,
chem, Meachem, Daytona Beach.
Dr. Strozier assumed presidency
of Florida State on Sept. 3, 1957,
after serving as dean of students
for 12 years at the University of
Chicago. He has emphasized grad graduate
uate graduate study and research during his
first year and a half at FSU.
A specialist in languages, Stro Strozier
zier Strozier studied at the Sorbonne in
Paris and returned there in the
spring of 1987 to deliver a series
of lectures.
He is a member of the Phi Beta
Kappa Chapter of Emory Uni University
versity University where he yarned both his
bachelors and masters degrees.
Tonights address will be open
to the public. It is jointly sponsor sponsored
ed sponsored by the University of Florida
Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa and
the University Lecture Series.
UF Prof, so Talk
On Crime Topic
Scientific criminal investigation
will be the topic of the University
of Floridas faculty lecture to be
given Sunday by Dr. C. B. Poi Poilard,
lard, Poilard, professor of chemistry, who
is recognized as an outstanding
authority in toxicology.
Under the sponsorship of the
University Lecture Comraitee, the
faculty lecture is a traditional
event on the Florida campus and
is open to the public. It is schedul scheduled
ed scheduled for 8:15 in the Law School Au Auditorium
ditorium Auditorium and will be an illustrat illustrated
ed illustrated lecture.
Pollard has served as consult consultant
ant consultant in scientific crime detection
to the Florida States Attorneys
since 1930 and prior to that time
was consultant in this field to the
Prosecuting Attorneys of Indiana.
He is consulting toxicologist for
the staffs of the Alachua General
Hospital. Morton Plant Hospital
in Clearwater, and Munroe Mem Memorial
orial Memorial Hospital in Ocala. Since 1954
he has been on the staff of Ex Excerpta
cerpta Excerpta Medica (Venoms, Antive Antivenoms
noms Antivenoms and Toxicology) and he
serves as consultant to Parke, Da Davis
vis Davis and Company and the Dow
Chemical Company.
Theta Sigma Phi
Journalism Frat
Selects Pledges
Six students were tapped for
membership to Theta Sigma Phi,
national women's journalistic hon honorary
orary honorary society, in a pre-holiday
The students chosen on th# bas
is of professional potential and
scholarship are: Merle Kroop,
Claire Cooper, Linda Helm, Cyn Cynihia
ihia Cynihia Smith, Jean Carver and Ar Arlene
lene Arlene Alligood.
Theta Sigma Phi is the only pro professional
fessional professional society for women at the
1 niversity which selects for mem membership
bership membership majors in editorial jour journalism.
nalism. journalism. advertising and communi communications.
cations. communications. Pledge requirements are
a *. average in major field cour courses
ses courses and a 2.5 overall average.
Students must be junior, seniors
or graduate students to be initiat initiated.
ed. initiated. Scholastic requirements may
be waived for women students
considered outstanding in journal journalistie
istie journalistie activities and promise
Ths society ha. been on campus
mo and a half years. Th. jour journalistic
nalistic journalistic group wa fonvM d
PICA before going national.
Invitations on Safe
Graduation invitations all]
on sale at the Information Booth
across from the Hub Tue*das
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Apparently living up to an ambitious (New Years resolution, Jim Hilton attacks the books with
vigor in preparation for finals which begin Jan. 19. A sophomoKe from Hollywood, Fla., Hilton is
. majoring In Industrial Arts. (Gator Photo)

March of Dimes
To Get Aid From
Freshman Class
Gtor Staff Writer
Th. 1959 March of Dimee
Drive, which began last Mon Monday,
day, Monday, is receiving an added boost
from the Freshman Class Council
this year.
The Council, recently organized
under class president J. Russell
Gray and including class officers,
begins its phase of operation To Tomorrow.
morrow. Tomorrow. March of Dimes Road
Block Toll Stations will be set up
at 8 a.m. that day at various inter intersections
sections intersections in Gainesville.
The stations will be manned by
volunteers from independent or organizations
ganizations organizations on campus and frater fraternity
nity fraternity pledges. The all-day campaign
is scheduled to end at 5 p.m.
A Benefit Concert will close the
campus drive the following Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, January 17. Hie Naval Cadet
Choir from the Pensacola Naval
Air Station will be featured in the
University Auditorium for an hour
performance beginning at 7:30
Tickets for the concert will be
on sale at the Information Booth
across from the Hub starting
Monday. They will also be sold at
the boxo.ffice on performance
night and are 80 cents for students
and 21 for adults.
According to Gray, success of
the charity program might create
a respected and responsible po position
sition position for the Freshman Class in
Student Government.
He added that the Council has
been set up to aid communica communications
tions communications between officers and mem members
bers members of the Freshman class as a
Committee Slates
Discussion on
NSA Membership
Continued discussion concerning
University membership in the U.
S. National Student Association
will be held this afternoon at 2:30
in the office of Dean Robert Beaty
by members of a student govern government
ment government committee.
Members of the committee are
Chairman Gavin OBrien, Blair
Culpepper, Lee Fennell, Emmet
Anderson, Jo Sissine, and Geary
Sitting in will be Beaty and Bill
Norris, administrative assistant
to the president of the student
USNSA is a student organization
repreeentating 400 schools and ov over
er over a million students in the coun country.
try. country. Last summer student govern government
ment government sent an observer to the na national
tional national USNSA congress to investi investigate
gate investigate possibility of the University
of Floridas joining the organiza organization.
tion. organization.
Purpose of the organization is
to bring about better student gov government
ernment government on the college campus
to help develop critical thinking
in U.S. college students.
After investigating opportunities
for University membership In the
USNSA, the committee will draw
up a report to the Executive Coun Council
cil Council to determine the advisability
of submitting the question of mem membership
bership membership to a referendum In the
Spring elections.
Odhovn Speaks Tonight
Ex gubernatorial candidate
Brailey Odham, will be the guest
speaker at the Student Contrac Contractors
tors Contractors and Builders Associations
onight st the Holiday Inns Con Coninental
inental Coninental Room.
Over 145 students and guests
ill hear the prominent builder
and businessman of Sanford, Flor Florida
ida Florida address the group.

University of Florida, Gainesville, FloridaFriday, )anuory 9,1959

Health Related Services
College Opens in Spring
Doors to the College of Health Related Services were flung open
for upper Division students with the approval of curricula by the
University Senate in Novemiber and the State Board of Control in

Bachelor of science degrees in
Physical Therapy, Occupational
Therapy and Medical Technology
will be given through the College
of Health Related Services to stu students
dents students who successfully complete
the prescribed courses under the
new curriculum. The Master of
Rehabilitation Counseling, which
has been under the supervision of
the College of Education, will also
be turned over to the College of
Health Related Services in July,
Physical therapy is a health pro profession
fession profession whose members aid the ill
and handicapped to achieve maxi maximum
mum maximum rehabilitation so that they
can work, play and be contribut contributing
ing contributing members of the family and
Under a doctor's direction, they
treat injured or disabled patients
with such conditions as fractures,
polio, cerebral palsy or arth arthritis.
ritis. arthritis. To strengthen muscles and
encourage the return of motion,
they apply heat with sp cial
lamps and machines, give whirl whirlpool
pool whirlpool baths, do scientific massage
and teach specially designed
exercises. They teach thy pati patient
ent patient ways of helping himself so that
he can resume happy productive
Occupational Therapy, which
may be called curing by doing
is used in training both mentally
and physically ill patients under
the guidance of a physician. The
occupational therapist uses crea creative
tive creative and educational activities as
well as human ingenuity in help helping
ing helping men, women, and children get
well. The activities used in treat treatment
ment treatment serve as a stimulus for a
patient to get well through his
own efforts and interests. Hand
crafts may be used to restore
Tuesday Release
Slated for Peel
The new, 38-page finals is issue
sue issue of the Orange Peel will fea feature
ture feature many more jokes and car cartoons
toons cartoons when It appears next Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, according to Editor Dave
Raney. Under a format similar
to the first issues, this issue con contains
tains contains many exciting features cal calculated
culated calculated to furnish hours at enjoy enjoyment
ment enjoyment for all. Raney said.
The enlarged cartoon section will
feature the cartoons of Don Ad Addis,
dis, Addis, an outstanding new addition
to the Orange Peel staff. Addis
has sold cartoons to several na national
tional national magazines, and his studio
card designs have been featured
by Taterbug Oar-da.
The beauty section will feature
several lovely coeds and the
Orange Peel Feature Girl, with
photography by Dick Laird.
Science-fiction tales, humorous
poems, parody ads, and some sur surprise
prise surprise features will compliment the
usual store of jokes and short
The 8500 copies of this issue are
due to appear on sale at the in information
formation information booth and several other
locations on campus early Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday morning, barring any unex unexpected
pected unexpected printing delays. Due to
the Orange Peels new policy of
sales, there will be no limit
placed on the number of copies
any student may purchase. Stu Students
dents Students are urged to buy early to be
sure of getting a copy, since
there will be no reruns of this

strength and motion to badly in injured
jured injured hands and other creative
and constructive activities can as assist
sist assist in the adjustment of a patient
with sever# emotional problems.
The occupational therapist also
uses various occupational activi activities
ties activities to assist in evaluating the
vocation possibilities of th# sever severely
ely severely handicapped persons.
Medical technology, ancifeer of
the auxiliary medical profes professions,
sions, professions, encompasses th# largest
single group of clinical laboratory
workers. As part of the medical
team, medical technologists
perform a wide variety of spe special
cial special laboratory examinations pecu peculiar
liar peculiar to clinical medicine us usually
ually usually in order to furnish physi physicians
cians physicians with information related to
thedr diagnosis and treatment of
patients, or in connection with
medical education and research.
Technologists carry out the
great majority of examinations
of blood and other body fluids,
isolation and identification of dis disease-producing
ease-producing disease-producing organisms, such as
bacteria or parasites, blood bank banking
ing banking procedures, serological tests
and related studies. They also per perform
form perform or assist doctors in certain
procedures carried out directly
on patients, such as basal meta metabolism
bolism metabolism tests and electrocardio electrocardiography,
graphy, electrocardiography, and prepare body tissues
and other materials for further
specialized examinations by path pathologists
ologists pathologists and other clinical labora laboratory
tory laboratory specialists.
Miss Barbara White is chair chairman
man chairman of the curriculum in physical
therapy; Miss Alice Jantzen in
occupational therapy; and Dr.
Kurt Dubowaki in medical techno technology.
logy. technology. In order that students con contemplating
templating contemplating careers in one of these
curricula might discuss specific
careers with the chairmen, one of
these individuals will be available
in the Florida Union from 9 a.m
until noon on Jan. 14, 21, and 28
and from 1 until 4 p.m. on Jan.
15, 22, and 29.

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Another Peel Goes to Press
Menbterm of the Omage Peel and staff smile with satisfaction and a tart#hi amount #f relief aa
they B the flal copy to the printer# for the semester's second edition of the humor .magazine.
Standing (left to right) am Barbara Nichols, Editor Dam Raney and Jud CVm#nto Seated la Lar Larry
ry Larry Barnes.

Reitz Wires Cuban Govt.

Asking Student Release

Bolivian Group
At UF Seminar
On Economics
Gator Staff Writer
Seventeen Bolivian stud students
ents students from the University of
San Andres, La Paz, Boli Bolivia,
via, Bolivia, will participate in the
Bolivian Economic Seminar
here today.
The group, chosen by the United
States State Department, will at attend
tend attend courses in business and eco economics
nomics economics at the Business Adminis Administration
tration Administration College, and participate in
afternoon seminars. The project
will last for four weeks.
The Bolivian students will be
housed during the first week of
their stay at the Florida Union
and later at the White House hotel
in Gainesville.
There ar# two main purposes for
the four week project according to
Alvin Cohen, teaching assistant in
Economics, 1) to help in the trans transfer
fer transfer of our advanced knowledge in
Economic* to students of Latin
republics, 2) to give the visiting
foreign students a clearer under understanding
standing understanding of American Economics
and Finance.
Dr. Francisco Rodriguez Cuen Cuenca,
ca, Cuenca, Assistant Dean of the College
of Economics and Finance, and
Dr. Joaquin Pas Soldan, Professor
of Economics at San Andres will
head the group of 17 Bolivian stu students
dents students (16 boys and 2 girls).
Th# library will exhibit books
and artifacts on the second floor
arranged by Stanly Serxner, Grad Graduate
uate Graduate Assistant in the School of
Inter American Studies. The dis display
play display will primarily consist of arti artifacts
facts artifacts loaned by Dr. and Mrs. Ray Raymond
mond Raymond Crist, Department of Ge Geography.
ography. Geography.
The Bolivian students Will tour
the U. S. for about two weeks
after the UF Seminar Project be before
fore before returning to their country.
Union Rooms Available
For Student Groups
The Florida Union announced
this week that regular meeting
room space in the Union is avail available.
able. available. All approved student organ organisations
isations organisations are eligible to make ap application
plication application for the space.
Application forms are available
at the Florida Union Information
Desk, ,and completed forms will
be accepted there from Jan. 12
through 16. For any additional in information,
formation, information, inquire at Room 1088,
Florida Union.

35 UF Students Chosen
Fors-59Ha1l olFame
Gator Staff Writer
Thirty-five students were tapped early this week
for membership in Hall of Fame.
Selection was made last Sunday by a committee com composed
posed composed of five representatives from the administration,
student government, and publications.

Basis for selection was general
service to the student body in
addition to outstanding contribu contributions
tions contributions from one of eight specific
fields athletics, creative arts,
leadership, politics, publications,
religion, service, and student gov government.
ernment. government. A 2.0 average is requir required.
ed. required.
Students tapped and their fields
Aaron, Kappa Alpha, Gainesville,
Ga.; David Arnold Calkin, Beta
Theta Pi, Miami; James Ho Howard
ward Howard Dunn, Alpha Tau Omega,
Tampa; and Patricia Jean Shaf Shaffer,
fer, Shaffer, Delta Delta Delta, St. Pet Petersburg.
ersburg. Petersburg.
CREATIVE ARTS Sally Bing Bingham,
ham, Bingham, Delta Gamma, Gainesville;
Harold Klapper, Pi Lambda Phi,
Miami; Joseph Schwartz, Pi
Lambda Phi, Miami Beach; and
Ralph Swanson, indep ende nt,
Zeta Tau Alpha, Daytona Beach;
Blair Culpepper, Sigma Chi, Tall Tallahassee;
ahassee; Tallahassee; Penelope Hester, inde independent,
pendent, independent, Gainesville; Judy Hewitt,
Delta Delta Delta, St. Petersburg;
and JoAnne Little, Delta Delta
Delta, Gainesville; Joseph Mills
Ripley, Lambda Chi Alpha, Jack-

Council Passes Budgets,
Finance Law Changes
Gator Staff Writer
The Executive Council gave final approval to the Finance Law
amendment and several organizational budgets at the Council meet meeting
ing meeting Dec. 1. Tom Biggs, Student Body President, emphasised the
necessity sortieing up loose ends, with only about six more Coun Council
cil Council meetings remaining in the present administraton.

Summer and regular session
election laws; and special fund,
Board of Student Publications,
and Florida Union budgets obtain obtained
ed obtained final approval also.
Release of student fees to the
athletic oouncil received first
reading approval. A 2650 special
grant for the Blue Key Speakers
Bureau also gained first reading
approval of the Council,
Tom Biggs appointed Jerry
Warriner, an Architecture ma major,
jor, major, to fill a vacancy created by
the expulsion of Joe Kersey for
lack of attendance.
The Council approved a revision
in the University finance laws
which gives the budget and Fin Finance
ance Finance Committee the power to re reallocate
allocate reallocate funds within the budget
of organizations up to a maximum
of 2150 without the approval of
the Executive Council.
In a report on the Southwide

sonville; Richard James Shirley,
Independent, Tampa.
POLITICAL. Samual Robert
Shorstein, Tau Epailon Phi, Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville.
independent, Lady Lake.
RELIGION Lou Kapner,
Tau Epsilon Phi, Palm Beach;
Ed Rich, Sigma Chi, St. Peters Petersburg;
burg; Petersburg; and Margo Reitz, Delta Del Delta
ta Delta Delta, Gainesville.
SERVICE Dick Burk, Phi
Gamma Delta, Carol Gables;
Geary Martin, Sigma Alpha Ep Epsilon,
silon, Epsilon, Pensacola; Randolph Me-
Lauchlin, Kappa Alpha, Jackson Jacksonville;
ville; Jacksonville; Pat Murphy, Delta Gamma,
Ft. Lauderdale; Robert Park, in independent
dependent independent law student, and Jim
Rinaman, Phi Gamma Delta, St.
Jim Ade, Kappa Alpha, Jackson Jacksonville;
ville; Jacksonville; Hyatt Brown, Phi '. Delta
Theta, Daytona Beach; Gilbert S.
Gashom, Alpha Tau Omega,
Daytona Beach; Bob Graham, Sig Sigma
ma Sigma Nu, Hialeah; George Ling,
Beta Theta Pi, South Miami;
Emory Weatherly, Alpha Gamma
Rho, Havana, Fla.; Marty Sha Shapiro,
piro, Shapiro, Tau Epsilon Phi, Miami
Beach; and Tom Wisenfield, in independent,
dependent, independent, Jacksonville.

Student Council Conference, Bill
Norris, IJF representative to the
Conference, stated that the pur purpose
pose purpose of the Conference was an
exchange of views on racial ten tensions
sions tensions In the South. Norris point pointed
ed pointed out that there were various
viewpoints presented: moderate,
segregationist and integrationlst.
He added that there were Some
50 negroes present at the con conference
ference conference out of the 150 students at attending.
tending. attending.
Norris said that the Conference
resolved, taking into considera consideration
tion consideration that there is no one solution
to the racial problems, that if a
court order required integration
then student bodies should obey
the order because of the dam damage
age damage that would result from oppo opposition.
sition. opposition.
Tom Biggs pointed out the im importance
portance importance of UF representation at
conferences such as the confer conference
ence conference on racial tensions.
Revision of the Lyceum Coun Council
cil Council and Womens Glee Club Char Charter
ter Charter were postponed until the next
Council meeting.
The following amendments to
the Student Government Finance
Law passed on first reading
Dec. 16 will come up for final
approval Tuesday night.
Section i (b>
3.Reads Now: To examine and
amend, if necessary, all extra extraordinary
ordinary extraordinary requests for hinds, es especially
pecially especially requests for expending
Reserve funds, and to present
these requests to the Executive
Council with its recommendations.
3. As Amended: To examine and
amend, if necessary, all extraor extraordinary
dinary extraordinary request* for expanding. R Reserve
eserve Reserve funds, and to present these
requests to the Executive Coun Council
cil Council with its recommendations.
4. Added Section: The Bud Budget
get Budget and Finance Committee shall,
upon request of an organisation,
have the power to realoeate
funds within the budget of such
organisation, up to a maximum
amount of $150,00. Such realoca realocation
tion realocation shall not require the appro
val of the Executive Council

12,000 students
at university
of florida

Four Pogos This Edition

Cuban students
Fail to Return
After Vacation
President J. Wayne
Reitz Wednesday cabled
the newly installed Presid President
ent President of Cuba, Manuel Urru Urrutia,
tia, Urrutia, requesting presidential
consideration to allow some
70 Cuban U of F students
to return to the campus be before
fore before they lose credit for this
semesters work.
The students were stranded af after
ter after the revolutionary forces of Fi Fidel
del Fidel Castro overthrew the dictator*
22 Cubans Return
Twenty-two of the 70 students
stranded In Culm returned to the
University late yesterday, the
Alligator learned last night. At
press time there wan no further
Information available concern concerning
ing concerning the remainder of the Cuban
Dr. Ivan Putman, University
of Florida advisor to foreign
students, received the following
telegram yesterday morning
from Francis Donahue, cultural
affairs officer of the American
Embassy In Havana:
Ivan Putman:
Departure permits for Cuban
students returning U. 8. univer universities
sities universities just approved. Letter fol follows.
lows. follows.
ship of Fulgencio Batista on Jan.
1. Although Castro has mainta'ned
guerilla warfare against Batista
for over two years, the actual ba:
tie and overthrow of the govern government
ment government was unexpected and took
place during the Christmas break.
The text of Reitz* message to
Urrutia was as follows:
President Manuel Urrutia
Havana (Cuba)
Earnestly request your gener generous
ous generous assistance In clearing nearly
seventy students for return for
completion of semesters studies
and examinations. Unless return
imminent loss of entire semesters
credit probable."
Os 83 Cuban students enrolled
at the beginning of the semester,
about TO returned to Cuba for the
holidays and only one, Alfredo
Rodrlques, 9UC, has managed to
'ivan J. Putman Jr., advisor to
foreign students, has talked by
telephone to about 20 of the stud students
ents students in Cuba and found they were
being detained because of checks
by the revolutionary government
and transportation difficulties.
One of the students reached said
he believed the government would
put various blocks in the way of
their leaving until the U. f. Gov Government
ernment Government officially recognised the
Cuban government. The U. 8. did *_
extend official recognition to Cuba
Jan. 7.
Putman sent a wire on the situa situation
tion situation to the American Embassy at
Havana and asked President
Reitx to send the cable to Urrutia.
Although there has been no re reply
ply reply to Reitz cable, Putman says
he hopes for the return of the stu students
dents students this week.
The Gainesville Sun reported
that Rodriquez, who could not be
reached yesterday by the Alliga Alligator,
tor, Alligator, obtained special dispensation
from rebel forces to return.
Rodriguez* lather, director of a
Cuban hotel association, reported reportedly
ly reportedly had friends Who were abe to
get a letter from the rebel chief
of police in Havana authorizin'
the use of all facilities.
Cubans represent the largest
single nationalist group on c-m-'
pus among the U of Fs 875 for foreign
eign foreign students. The Registrars Of Office
fice Office is aware of the problem and
will not be dropping the stu'*
for absences. Professors are be believed
lieved believed aware of the situation and
not sending absences in to the reg registrar.
istrar. registrar.
VA Rspretonfotivs Hr#
The Florida Department es
Veterans Affairs will have a
representative tn Gainesville,
Tuesday, at at the Flor Florida
ida Florida Union, to help veterans and
their survivors er dependents
with regard to VA Hospfoslisn Hospfoslisntfon,
tfon, Hospfoslisntfon, Education and Training.
Insurance, Disability, Widows
fits, and G.L Mowing loans.


Page 2

Now that the member* of the 1969
Seminole Hall of Fame have been te telected
lected telected and announced, the question
might well be raised as to what exact exactly
ly exactly thi* mean* both to those who have
been chosen and to the student body
at large.
Is this simply meant to be a list of
students whom the seminole has cho chosen
sen chosen to recognize for some vague rea reason
son reason or is it supposed to represent that
select group of graduating seniors
who have been judged by responsible
representatives from the faculty, ad administration
ministration administration and student body at large
as having distinguished themselves
through service and honor to their
University ?
Some years ago a member of the
administration with a long standing
connection with the Hall of Fame se selections
lections selections even suggested that it would
be wise to abandon the Hall of Fame
altogether because of the seeming seemingly
ly seemingly wasteful and senseless duplication
in honoring students that are usually
honored for their service by a number
of other organizations on campus be before
fore before they graduate.
We feel that it would be a worth worthwhile
while worthwhile project for Student Govern Government
ment Government and a beneficial service to the
students and the University if an at attempt
tempt attempt were made to examine this
campus tradition and establish it on
firmer ground than it has been in the
A committee composed of both stu student
dent student leaders and interested represen representatives
tatives representatives from the faculty and adminis administration
tration administration could be appointed to deter determine
mine determine first of all whether Hall of
Fame selections are necessary or
worthwhile at all.
If the committee found that there
was sufficient cause to continue be bestowing
stowing bestowing this annual honor upon dist distinguished
inguished distinguished students, their next step
would be to decide exactly what the


Defeat of the Living Room Monster

I laced the monster. . and
But never shall I forget that
evil glowing eyi, staring late in into
to into the night. The memory of
those V-shaped rabbit ears rea reaching
ching reaching out. . is indelibly etched
on my mind. And the mocking
control panel beckoning to be
turned on. How can I forget?
Heed these words of warning,
oh educated ones, and be aware
at the evil that lurks in the elec electronic
tronic electronic life a man made mon monster
ster monster we call by the initials TV."
During the vacation period I
fell into the hypnotic clutches of
this cathode tube horror. It con controled
troled controled my every move. I chang changed
ed changed brands of cigarettes five
times ... in one day! I became
a thinking man, & totooed
man I even started lighting
I took three kinds of cold tab tablets,
lets, tablets, two throat spray* at Serutan
and Geritol. I wasnt even sick
until I started taking all that
stuff. Maybe it was the new blue
Cheer that did K. I got the box
mixed up with Wheaties one
morning after staying up to
watch the late, late, late show
which actually becomes the ear early
ly early early early show.
But dont think the Urns is en entirely
tirely entirely taken with ads. Oh. no.
Lurking, almost hidden between
commercials liks s piece of roast

Hits Lowry for Recent Slap at Reitz

Former Alligator Ector
Tfcey say that spirit for a
university is usually confined to
the football field and the pep
rally. Even that is supposed to
be passe nowadays.
But several weeks ago an at attack
tack attack was leveled towards the
University of Florida which
should have evoked a kind of
spirit that is not kindled during
halftime on Florida Field.
It is the spirit o t pride In the
university as an educational in institution.
stitution. institution.
Specifically, that old fire,
eater from Tampa, Sumter Low Lowry,
ry, Lowry, called on the president of

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beef in a Hub sandwich, are the
It seems that the most popu popular
lar popular type of channel chit chat
is the adult western. There ie
a great deal of difference be between
tween between the modem two- gun TV
terror and the old movie range
rider. Back in the old popcorn
and popsicle flicks, the bad man
held up a stage coach or knock knocked
ed knocked off a bank for one reason. .
Todays video vlllian does the
same thing except the reason
stems from some traumatic ex experience
perience experience he had aa a child.
And the up to-date western
hero even kisses girls, loses a
fight once in a while and drinks
something harder than saspar sasparilly.
illy. sasparilly.
Another popular type program
is the detective story. Its the
same bit as the Western except
set in more modem times. The
villi&ns are all alike though, .
psycho. Sometimes its hard to
tell the villiana from the an announcers.
nouncers. announcers.
Im certain that if all the cas
ualties from the western and de detective
tective detective shows were counted, the
total would be over the amount
for all the world wars and the
Civil war thrown in for good
measure. In most cases, the
corpses turn out to be the best
actors on the show.
Os course, the quia show is
still pretty much in demand, but
since the Investigations they

the University of Florida to re resign.
sign. resign.
It seems that the P-TA, which
has recently been the target c/
Lowry's Insults, held a session
on the campus a few yean ago
in which they discussed the mer
Its of UNESCO.
For allowing this meeting
to taka place, and if he person
ally favored UNESCOs aime.
President Reitk should resign
Lowry told the Board of Contro
The old Florida spirit they say
is dead should have come forth
then. Some class president or po
litleal rep from your house
should have given the old belly bellywamper
wamper bellywamper a word or two in the

purpose and meaning of the Hall of
Fame selecitons was, and especially
to make it clear from whom the honor
was coming.
Obviously, the prestige and conno connotations
tations connotations attached to Hall of Fame se selections
lections selections would vary accordingly if it
was merely a Seminole decision or if,
instead, it was recognized as the com combined
bined combined choice of representatives from
student, faculty and administration
The committee might then find it
advisable to prepare a standard list
of the representatives that will serve
on the annual selection committee.
The final step would be to establish
a broad outline of the principles and
criteria that students must meet to be
selected for the Hall of Fame. Since
each students application must be
handled on an individual basis, it
would be unreasonable to list any ri rigid
gid rigid rules that would place awkward
limitations on the selection commit committee.
tee. committee.
However, it would probably facili facilitate
tate facilitate selections and gain more respect
and prestige for the tradition if some
definite criteria, like scholastic stand standing
ing standing and class status, and some basic
principles, namely, service to the uni university,
versity, university, the quality of this service and
the honor it has brought to this cam campus,
pus, campus, were outlined and set down for
all to witness.
Under any circumstances, the ac actual
tual actual selections would ultimately be
determined by the opinion of those
on the committee. But by providing
a permanent guide of the purposes,
objectives and standards of the Hall
of Fame we feel that the selections
would be received and recognized in
a healthier light, and that the spirit
of this valuable tradition at the Uni University
versity University would be greatly enhanced.
J. T.

have lost some of their glitter.
The contestants manage to do
pretty well. On one show during
the vacation, some guy got a
mink coat, a trip for two to Paris
a new car an 18 foot boat and
a 45 foot trailer. . and he
QUESTION. Those were consola consolation
tion consolation prizes.
On another question and an answer
swer answer program, a University of
Florida student had a chance
for 164,000 but he muffed it. He
was lost without an electrogra electrographic
phic electrographic pencil.
And there I was, caught up In
the whirlwind of cowbovs, de detectives,
tectives, detectives, quismasters and sing singers;
ers; singers; mesmerized hv everythin?
from "Guiding Light to Jack
After watching seven straight
hours of football bowl games,
I shut by bag weary eyes and
made a resolution. Gritting my
teeth, I groped toward the mon monster.
ster. monster. Closer and closer I came
. . reaching out. Then I felt
the old metallic knob in my
hand. Summing up my courage.
I twisted viciously . and all
was quiet.
I couldnt stand it! My breath
came quicker! Tears rolled down
my cheek. I oounded the walls
and screamed. My neighbor a
doctor, came in and placed his
hand on my brow.
"Dont worry, he told my
anxious family, Its shock. I
know what to do. Saw the whole
treatment night on Medic.

local or state press about just
what an educational institution
is ak about.
Certainly President Reitz has
to have a certain amount of
rough hide to take these custo customary
mary customary assaults and he does
but charges that are based on
erronious assumptions ought to
be dealt with summarily,
The real facts behind the new
Woodruff are simple.
President Reits has felt that
control of football policy should
be kept more in perspective with
the total university system; that
giving the head coach a renew renew(Conttnoed
(Conttnoed renew(Conttnoed On Page THREE)

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Friday, Jan. 9,1959

'Phoaba... You Didn't!!'


Clears Misconceptions
About 'Beat' Generation

Commentary: HURRY UP
Theres been a good de&l of
talk lately about our generation
and where its going if any anywhere.
where. anywhere. Im not going to sit here
this week and pontificate about
where were going, but I do
think there are & few things
which could be said about how
were getting there.
You hear a
tion, and many 4 |y> -y
lump us all un- I j
der this head heading.
ing. heading. This, I
think, is in er error,
ror, error, especially
since the better known of the
beatniks are far from youth youthful
ful youthful and also are making a pret pretty
ty pretty good living out of being pro professionally
fessionally professionally beat.
It does appear, however,
that there is a definite restless restlessness
ness restlessness today among the younger
people in the creative arts, a
restlessness or dissatisfaction
Which has been communicated
to and accepted by our genera generation
tion generation in many other areas. In
some respects this seems to be
the continuation of trends begun
in the 1920s and 3os, but it also
appears to have certain qualities
of its own.-
What disturbs me is that
many persons, not all of them
critical, seem to feel that this
restlessness is a form of hap happy
py happy nihilism. I dont think it is.
I think that many members
of our generation -- and I hope
I am among their number
are engaged in a search for
something. However, I dont
think many, if any, of us know
exactly what it Is for which we
are searching. Indeed, we may
not even all be searching for the
same thing.
However, it seems that the
emphasis is that the search
and the goal is a highly in individualistic,
dividualistic, individualistic, humanistic, and
aesthetic matter, and that some
new values are coming out of
Pat Bone
George Nader
Kenneth Moore
Glenn Ford
1 Robert Mitchum
Sophia Loren
Deris Widmark
Tony Perkins
William Holden
Marie Windsor
Walt Disney's
Ho! March

it and some old ones are being
discarded because of it.
This probably is what is so
disturbing to those persons who
hold to the established values,
perhaps because the res t tlessness
lessness tlessness seems to be so wide widespread,
spread, widespread, so radical, and, at pre present,
sent, present, without any goals. As a
member of the older generation
commented recently, You peo people
ple people make us very nervous
you seem to understand us bet better
ter better than we understand our ourselves,
selves, ourselves, and yet neither we nor
you seem to understand your
With all this in mind as back background,
ground, background, all I have to offer is
this: perhaps our generation is
coming to a realization that it
is the search which is import important,
ant, important, rather than the goal. In Indeed,
deed, Indeed, it may be that life itself
is an art, and the way to live
it is with that sense of kinship
which is found among people in
the arts everywhere. This kin kinship,
ship, kinship, which until now served to
set the artist eff from others,
seem to lie in creativity and
searching Itself, rather than in
the many and varied goals of the
* *
This is the last column which
I shall write for the Alligator,
since in a few weeks I am to
be either expelled or graduated.
I'd like you to know that I hope
youve enjoyed reading it as
much as I have writing it.
And, man, after they pass me
the paper over in the big bam.
were off to make the Boston
scene for a few whiles. If youre
ever digging it in the area,
pope, swing by the pad and
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On the Normolcy of Norman Normal

Norman Normal was a normal
type guy. He came from a very
normal type family that lived
in a normal type community .
and above all he attended the
most average, normal type
school in his city.
He first showed signs of his
normalcy when quite young. He
cried when he was supposed to,
got his way when he was sup supposed
posed supposed to, and did everything
that a normal child should .
When he got older and began
writing on the walls like all
normal children his mother,
being a normal type mother, did didnt
nt didnt scold him . the book said
not to. Instead, she let him draw.
In grammar school Norman
was ever so normal. He played
first triangle in the rythmn
band, could spell cat by the
time he had reached the second
grade, could color real well, and
made good grades in Sandbox
And Norman continued to grow
in normalcy and stature. He
rocked along through school with
no trouble at all. He did have a
little strain with Alice and
Jerry Go to the Zoo, but he
pulled his grade up by scoring
well in fingerpainting and eras eraser
er eraser dusting.
At last he reached high school.
Like all normal high school stu students
dents students he was on the football,
basketball, baseball, billiards
and pigeon racing squads. He
was a member of the green key,
yellow key, purple key, the low-
Y, middle-Y and other Ys.
And above all he was very
popular. He went to all the
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dances, drag races, submarine
races ... oh he went every everyplace
place everyplace (except the barber shop
normal guys didnt do that in
high school).
And with all this activity he
maintained his triangle playing
But perhaps the best year of
all was the senior year, Nor Norman
man Norman played football of course.
During the timeouts he was a
cheerleader and during halftime
he played triangle in the school
band. He was Indeed a normal,
everyday, well adjusted, per personality
sonality personality kid . His local school
board and parents had seen to
Courses? Os course he took
courses ... arts and crafts, bas basket
ket basket weaving, personality deve development,
lopment, development, study hall, speech and
English. A very normal well wellrounded
rounded wellrounded curricular that all the
kids were taking.
College? Os course he was go going
ing going to college. Dont all normal
people go to college? And nat naturally
urally naturally he was going to major in
Engineering. Why? Two reasons.
Someone let him use his new
do-it-it-yourself majoring scale
and he decided.
A majoring scale is some something
thing something like a mileage chart. One
column has a list of major fields
and the other has starting salary
figures. You simply go down the
starting figures column to the
big number and move to the left
and read the major field. Nor Norman
man Norman picked the engineer start starting
ing starting salary.

SAT. 11:30 P.M.
blasts the
Mused thruuniM Artists I

Mused thru I

But in college it was a littls
harder to maintain his normal
chain of activities. Biology,
chemistry, MS 105 . sure was
different from high school.
Something was wrong. Norman
had remained just as normal as
ever. Still liked parties, football
games, and extra curriculars.
but school and classes seemed
so different. Norman was the
same, but school had changed.
Just before he went home for
Christmas vacation Norman de decided
cided decided that he was going to get
on the ball. He was going to
have to settle down and study.
In a little more than a week
those finals will start. Norman
Normal will take many things
with him to those tests. Electro Electrographic
graphic Electrographic pencils, the fear of God,
the knowledge he has managed
to acuire, and a prayer.
Many Normans will make
it. Many will not. If he does
and lets hope he does good
If he doesnt? He may end
up playing first triangle in an
Army band. ... if he isnt
careful he could be first sho shovel
vel shovel in a ditch somewhere.
P.S. If you need any extra
prayers I have some mimeo mimeographed
graphed mimeographed ones that Ive been us using
ing using for the past four years. &

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Ever meet a pessimist?
He sees die world through dark glasses. He just knows that hell
wind up in a job he doesn't like, that he'll be underpaid,* that
hell get lost in the crowd. But realistic men know these things
depend largely on their own decision in choosing a career.
Realistic men look for companies that provide sound train*
fag, advancement opportunities, challenging work, stimulating
associates and good pay. These are the fundamentals that insure
success and progress in a career.
The Bell Telephone Companies offer these fundamentals to
hard-working, ambitious realists majoring in the arts, the sciences,
business or engineering. Get the whole story regarding telephone
careers. Talk with the Bell interviewer when he visits your campus.
Ask him about training, advancement opportunities, salary, job
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You can also get information about telephone careers by read reading
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Laughter Fills the Screen
For Week's Movie Treat

Gator Staff Witter
If its laughter your after, The
i Golden Age of Comedy and Gei Gei:
: Gei: sha Boy fill the bill this week.
Age of Comedy, starting Sun Sun!
! Sun! day at the State, boasts such film filmdom
dom filmdom greats as Laurel A Hardy,
Ben Turpin and Will Rogers creat creating
ing creating what Life calls some of the
finest sight gags. On the distaff
sige, Carol Lombard and Jean
Harlow contribute their glamor to
the comic cavalcade.
Oscar-winning producer Robert
Youngston has revived the per period
iod period of the Keystone Cope and cus custard
tard custard pies to the praise of critics
and comedians alike. Both Steve
Allen and Jack Par heartily re recommend
commend recommend this successful attempt
to fracture the funny bone.
Mirth and Murder
The current State attraction is
Dont Go Near the Water, the
popular service comedy with
Glenn Ford and Anne Francis.
Age of Infidelity, a prize prizewinning
winning prizewinning import, opens Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday at the State. This adult dra drama
ma drama deals with a pair of lovers
attempting to conceal murder.
The State midnighter for Sat Saturday
urday Saturday is an exciting moonshine
Group to Hear linger
The Council on Human Rela Relations,
tions, Relations, Gainesvilles only interracial
group, will hold its first meeting
of the year, Sunday, at 3 p.m. in
the City Commiesion Room of the
City Hall.
Maurice A. Unger, Assoc. Prof.,
Dept., of Business Administration,
will speak on Buying a House in
CREAM-OIL Charito!
G. Washington, famous father, says:
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melodrama, Thunder Road, with
Robert Mitchum.
Trevor Howard leads a strange
safari into Africa in Roots of
Heaven, the current Florida at attraction.
traction. attraction. As a man dedicated to
protecting elephants, he wages
war on the big-game hunters.
Among his converts are a wanton
woman (Juliette Greco), a dig dignified
nified dignified drunk (Errol Flynn) and a
rotund reporter (Orson Welles).
Award-Winhing Actor
The Last Hurrah, opening Sun Sunday
day Sunday at the Florida, has already
earned the hurrahs of many film
critics. The National Board of Re Review
view Review recently named Spencer
Tracy as the years beat actor for
his portrayal of th roguish New
England mayor. Involved in the
facinating political intrigue axe
newsman Jeffrey Hunter and wife
Dianne Foster.
Called Jerry Lewis' best aolo
work, Geisha Boy is scheduled
Wednesday at, the Florida. As a
madcap magician on a tour of the
Orient, Jerry does such diverting
things as undress Marie McDon McDonald,
ald, McDonald, and invade a womans bath bathhouse.
house. bathhouse.
Modern Painting
Lecture Closes
Art Exhibition
A lecture series titled Modern
Painting: Sources and Influences,
sponsored by the Art Department,
will close today with a lecture
and discussion.
The Ideas of ths Bauhaus: A
Reappraisal, is scheduled for
discussion at 10:40 in Building X.
Peter Selz, curator of the Museum
of Modem Art in New York;
George Lockwood and Roy C. Cra Craven,
ven, Craven, faculty members, win lead
the discussion.
Donald L. Weiemann, professor
cf art, University of Texas, will
lecture on The Artist as Wit Witnessed
nessed Witnessed in 20th Century Painting
in Walker Auditorium at 2:40.
Three special exhibitions havt
been arranged in connection with
the lectures series which started
Wednesday. A small group of
drawings and paintings by Ulfert
Wilke, done during his stay in
Japan, will be Shown in the Art
Department Office, Building X,
Room 5.
The second exhibition will be of
faculty members work shown in
the central exhibition corridor,
Building E.
A student exhibition, emphasis emphasis.
. emphasis. ing work of recently revised fresh freshman
man freshman classes, is in room 1,
Building X.
UF Dames Set Meeting
The Engineering group of the
U of F Dames will hold a re regular
gular regular meeting, Tuesday, in the
Florida Union Social Room at 8
The wives of all engineering
students and graduate students
are invited.
Cor Club Will Mm
The Sports Oar Club of the Uni University
versity University of Florida will hold its last |
activity of this semester tomorrow
at 9 a.m. in the parking lot next
to the Administration Bldg. There
will be a rally, a Gymkhana and
a drivers event. Everyone is wel welcome
come welcome to attend.
Graduates to Maat
All candidates for degrees at
the end of the first semester
will meet In University Auditor Auditorhn
hn Auditorhn at 4 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 13.

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W.S.A. Planing hr
New Coed Committee

Gator Woman's Editor
The Womans Student Associa Association
tion Association is forming a new communica communications
tions communications committee under the direc direction
tion direction of Chairman Lea Goldin, sen senior
ior senior representative to W.S.A. and
president of N. W. Broward it was
announced this week.
Built on a step-ladder plan,
the committee will consist of one
main chairman and three sub co comittees.
mittees. comittees. These sub committees
will be co ordinated by seven
sub chairman. A poster commit committee,
tee, committee, a. W.S.A. representative com committee
mittee committee and one Alligator reporter
make the sub committees. Pub Publicity
licity Publicity will be circulated to dormi dormitory,
tory, dormitory, sorority and off campus
Cindy Canning, chairman of the
religion-in-life hospitality com committee,
mittee, committee, has announced the names
of women students chosen to es escort
cort escort speakers who will be here for
Religion-in-life in February. She
told a W.S.A. council meeting Mo Monday
nday Monday night that the following will
serve: Jean Haesaker, Betsy Bis Bishop,
hop, Bishop, Gail Rubin, Judy Ostinsky,
Ginger Burwell, Wanta Miller, Pat
Stokey, Sally Ellis, Peggy Owen,
Diane Reiter, Anna Mae Young
and Betty Rothes.
Coffee will be served at the
W.S.A. orientation display In the

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tering entering second semester. Judy Wil Wilson
son Wilson and Marylin Cox are co-chair co-chairman
man co-chairman for the orientation commit committee.
tee. committee. Ginny Zircle and Linda Lee
Haven or are committee members.
Junior representative, Lillian
Rubin has been elected president
of Trianon, womens honorary sor sorority.
ority. sorority. Miss Rubin is also editor
of W.S.A.s handbook for women.
In and Around
(Continued From Page TWO)
able contract opened the door
to too much outside pressure
"buy Woodruff off, or to re renew
new renew the contract, depending on
which side of the fenee yon
Now, Woodruff will be approv approved
ed approved without fanfare at the be beginning
ginning beginning of the fiscal year each
summer, along with ihe other
administrative department heads
and deans.
T3ie hullaballoo over football
will be kept to a minimum in
the Fall, Reits will have almost
the sole appointive power each
year, and the alumni can tun
more of their vocal efforts to
other more pressing concerns of
the educational picture.
Well done. President Kelts.

Tlm Florida Alligator, Friday, J an. 9, 1959

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Florida Five to Host Auburn, Tide;
Down Bengals for Initial SEC Win

The state of Alabama will invade Florida Gym tomorrow night and Monday,
as the Gators play host to the undefeate d Tigers of Auburn and the Crimson Tide,

Hie Plainsmen, taking a cue
from their grid counterparts, sport
a 30-game winning streak, dat dating
ing dating back into last season, and are
currently ranked sixth in the na nation.
tion. nation.
Auburn boasts great scoring ba balance,
lance, balance, with four players aver averaging
aging- averaging in the double figures for forwards
wards forwards Rex Frederick. Dave Vau-'
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leges colleges where I made a survey of undergraduate dating customs
and sold Zorro whips. I have tabulated my findings and I am
now prepared to tell you the simple secret of meoessful dating
The simple secret is simply ibis: date is succcariui when
the mao knows how to treat the gift.
Jt. w w |lse3H& JtL.
And bow does a giri like to be treated? V you want to know,
sead and remember these four cardinal rules of dating:
L A girl hikes to be Wealed mlk neaped.
When you cah for your girl, do not drive up in front of
sorority bouse and yell, Hey, fat lady!" Get out of your oar.
Walk respectfully to the door. Knock respectfully. When your
girl comes out, tog your forelock and say respectfully, Good
evening, Your Honor. Then offer her a Marlboro, for what
greater respect can you draw your girl than to offer Marlboro
with its better asskin's" fine flavor and new unproved filter? It
will indicate immediately that you respect her taste, respect her
discernment, respect her intelligence. So, good buddies, before
going out on a date, always remember to buy some Mari boros,
now available to soft pack or f&p-lop box at your friendly
wading machine.
fIL A firi tabs* a food hstsucr.
Do not mooopohw the conversation. Let her talk whit you
ten attentively. *urn, however, that she herself is not
a good listener. I leeolleet a date I had once with a coed named
Greensleeves Sigafooe, a lovely girl, but unfortunately a listener,
not a talker. I too was a listener so we just sat all night long,
each with ha hand cupped over his ear, straining to catch a
word, not wdking hour after hour until finally a policeman
~m, by and arrested us both for vagrancy. I did a year and a
day. She got by with a suspended sentence because she was
the sole support of her aged housemother.
S. A giri takes to be takes ta mice pistes.
Bv nice* places I do not mean expensive pieces. A giri does
not demand luxury. All she asks is a place that is pleasant and
gracious. The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, for example. Or
Mount Rushmore. Or the Taj Mahal. Or the Bureau of Wrights
and Measures. Find places like these to take your giri. In no
circumstances must you take her to an oil-cracking plant.
b. A giri take* a sum to be usfl mfermtd
Come prepared with a few interesting facts that you can
drop casually into the conversation. LA* tha: Did you know,
Snookiepuss, that when cattle, sheep, camels, goats, antelopes,
and other members of the eud-ehewmg family get up, they
always get up hind legs first?" Or this: "Are you aware,
Hntlipa, that earn grows faster at right?" Or this: "By the
way, Loverhaad, Oslo did not become the capital rs Norway
till July 11, 1924."
K you can slip enough of these nuggets into the conversation
before dinner, your date will grow too torpid to eat. Some men
ease up to a half-million dollars a year trie

To the tut of thingegirla Uka, odd Philip Morria Cigarettes.
Girla, meneverybody, in fact, likes mild, natural Philip
Mania, eo-sponeors with Marlboro of this column.

ghn, and Jimmy Fibbe; and guard
Jimmy Lee.
Frederick, an All Southeastern
Conference selection last year tops
tha scoring parade with a 14.6
average and uses his 6-5 frame to
advantage to the rebounding de department.
partment. department.
The Tigers have averaged *4
points per game, to their oppon opponents
ents opponents 60.9, 'and have one of the
best shooting percentages in die
j country, hitting 48.7 per cent of
i their shots.
Meanwhile, Alabama has won
four and lost five games so far
I in the season, and has a 1-1 mark
in conference play, losing to
mighty Mississippi State last
Veterans Pace Tide
Hie Tide is paced by veterans
Gene Beard and Dan Quindazzi,
with able assistance from soph
standouts Ron Cochran, Clyde
Frederick and Tom Gilmore.
After posting three wins in four
starts at the seasons beginning,
coach John Mauers five ran into
considerable trouble, losing to
Florida State, 82-60, and Miami,
92-82, before the holidays.
Over the Christmas vacation,
Florida lost its Gator Bowl Cham Championship
pionship Championship in the first round of tour tournament
nament tournament play, as Mississippi drub drubbed
bed drubbed the Orange and Blue, 71-47.
However, the Gatorg grabbed
third place by downing Georgia,
58-66, the second day.
Hobuu Leads Scorers
Senior forward and co-captain
Dick Hoban passed teammate Bob
Sherwood in the scoring depart department
ment department with his point producing
performances over the holidays.

The 6-3 Miamian has hit for 147
points and a 13.4 average, while
| Sherwood has 131 markers for a
1 10.9 average.
Hoban chalked up 26 points in
the Gators winning effort over
Florida Southern, 78-63, prior to
the Gator Bowl Tourney, for the
highest individual effort thus far
in the season.
Sophomore forward Frank Ethe Etheridge
ridge Etheridge has made 33 free throw* out
of 39 attempts for a 84.6 percent percentage.
age. percentage. The 6-2 ace from Auburn Auburndale
dale Auburndale ranked fourth in the nation
last week in this department
Tulane Topples Gators
After the holiday tournament,
the Gators returned to the friend friendly
ly friendly confines of Florida Gym, only
to lose to Tulane, 68-62, last Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night. Not to be dismayed,
coach Mauer decided to juggle
his lineup, and inserted sopho sophomore
more sophomore Paul Mosny ahead of start starting
ing starting guard Charlie Pike and so sophomore
phomore sophomore Bob Shiver ahead of
Etheridge at forward.
Hie result was a conference win
for Florida over Gator Bowl
Champ I.SU, 69-63. And it was
the 5-11 Mosny who sparked the
winning effort, as he, meshed 14
points and played a fine game de defensively,
fensively, defensively, stealing the ball num numerous
erous numerous times.
Shiver played his best game of
(the season so far, hitting for 11
markers and gamering 11 re rebounds.
bounds. rebounds.
Pike Instrumental
However, co captain Pike also
played an instrumental role in the
SEC victory, a* he came off che
bench in the final minutes to pre preserve
serve preserve a lead which Florida had
maintained throughout the con contest.
test. contest.
Pikes dribbling pulled the Ben Bengals
gals Bengals out of their defensive posi positions,
tions, positions, and gave Florida several
easy layups. The semi freeze
also drew fouls, and the 6-1 sen senior
ior senior guard sank four vital free
throws in the fading minutes.
The Gators eased their SEC
mark to 1-2 and have six wins,
five losses overall, to remain
above the .500 mark.

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The Florida Alligator, Friday, Jan. 9, 1959

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Gators Lose to Mississippi;
Close Out y SB Grid Seoson
Gator Sports Writer
Floridas Fightin Gator football team, after compiling & 6-8-1 rec record
ord record and earning a 14th place in national rankings, finished the 1966
season on a losing note by bowing to Mississippi, 7-3, in Jackson Jacksonvilles
villes Jacksonvilles 14th annual Gator Bowl. I

The reliable toe of halfback Bil Billy
ly Billy Booker, second to quarterback
Jimmy Dunn in scoring this past
season, produced the lone Gator
score of the damp, foggy after afternoon
noon afternoon as he split the uprights with
a field goal from the fifteen-yard
line in the first quarter.
It was only a few minutes ear earlier
lier earlier that Rebel fullback Jim An Anderson
derson Anderson had burst over from the
one yard line for the first and
lone touchdown of the day, touch touchmg

mg touchmg off what at first appeared to
he an offensive battle before 42,-
000 fans in a somewhat moist
Jacksonville atmosphere and a
nationwide television audience.
The first half was highlighted
by Dunns 54-yard kick off re return,
turn, return, pass receptions and tre tremendous
mendous tremendous running of junior end
Dave Hudson, and the two scor scoring
ing scoring plays. However, the third and
fourth stanzas involved' a bad
case of Gator fumblitis, Flor Floridas
idas Floridas muffing of several scoring
opportunities, and a Mississippi
punting weapon by the name of
Bobby Franklin.
Halfback Bobby Joe Green, ace
Gator punter, set a Gator Bowl
record with his 77-yard quick kick
in the fourth quarter. Greens
kick was touched unintentionally
by a Mississippi player, causing a
fluke fumble which was pounced
on by alert flankman Hudson.
Ole Miss field general Frank Franklin,
lin, Franklin, the spark of the Rebel of offensive,
fensive, offensive, was voted outstanding
gridder on the winning team,
while Gator end Hudson was nam named
ed named top player on the losing team.

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Tankmen Travel to Miami
For Dual Meet Tomorrow
Floridas defending Southeastern Conference swimming champions travel to
Coral Gables tomorrow for a dual meet with the University of Miami, opening the
season for both squads.

The Gators hold a five-meet
winning streak over the Hurri Hurricanes
canes Hurricanes in a colorful series which
dates back to 1938. Coach Jack
Ryans tankmen downed the Mi Miami
ami Miami mermen rather handily last
season, 54-32, and pushed Flor Floridas
idas Floridas edge in the series to 11 wins,
as opposed to nine defeats.
Eleven to Make Trip
Eleven swimmers will make
the trip, Ryan announced recent recently.
ly. recently. Eight lettermen are listed
on the traveling squad: captain
Dave Calkin, distance events; Bob
Duganne, sprints; Bill Ruggie,
backstroke; Jim McDonnell and
Karl' Wiedamann, breaststroke;
Roy Tateishi, butterfly; and Pete
Hpnne and Bob Woods, divers.
Newcomers Dave Pollock, Ron
Langley, and John Stetson, will
round out the squad.
1959 Grid Slate
Lists Newcomers
Rice and Virginia
Rice and Virginia are newcom newcomers
ers newcomers on a 10-game 1959 Florida
football schedule featuring four
home and two Jacksonville games.
The Cavaliers from the Univer University
sity University of Virginia will be meeting
the Gators for the first time in
history. Rice last played the U of
F in 1956 and lost 7-0.
Old rivals retained for the com coming
ing coming season include Miami, Florida
State and six Southeastern Con Conference
ference Conference teams, Mississippi State,
Vanderbilt, Louisiana State, Au Auburn,
burn, Auburn, Tulane and Georgia.

Sept. 19 Tulane New Orleans
Sept. 26Mississippi State Home
Oct. 3Virginia Home
Oct. 10Rice Houston
Oct. 17Vanderbilt Nashville
Oct. 24Louisiana State Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming
Oct. Sl Auburn Auburn
Nov. 7Georgia Jacksonville
Nov. 21 Florida State Home
Nov. 28Miami Jacksonville
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Coach Ryan expects great things
from Pollock, a* indicated by his
pre-season performance. The Ft.
Lauderdale sophomore has been
recording outstanding times in the
50-and 100-yard butterfly events.
Veterans Calkin and Ruggie are
considered the finest swimmers
in Florida history in their res respective
pective respective specialties. Calkin holds
varsity records for the 220, 440,
and 1500 meter free style; while
Ruggie claims the best times in
the 100 and 220-yard backstroke.
UM Ixe Redrilch
Meanwhile, UM coach Lloyd
Bennett is mourning the loss of
ace freestyler Marty Redlich from
the 1958 squad. However, sprinter
Hal Mischner has returned to the
team after a stint in the service
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The top returnee is Jack Nel Nelson,
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went undefeated in dual competi competition
tion competition and broke almost every pool
record possible in the process.
William Harding, diver; William
Lahde and Larry Frose, back backstroke;
stroke; backstroke; Nelson Nichols and Pet*
Gross, breaststroke and Eduardo
Carrera and Dick Kirwich, free freestylers,
stylers, freestylers, round out the squad.
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