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Volume 51, Number 35

Players Open Tomorrow
With 'Blood Wedding'

Politicians Blast Their Opponents
On Football Seating Controversy

Banner Party Raises
Card Section Issue
By JIM McGUIRK
Gator Staff Writer
Stung by recent blasts Banner Party
spokesmen Sunday night replied in kind
on such election issues as the football
seating plans, card sections, campaign ex expenses
penses expenses and gooning.

Steve Gardner, campaign mana manager
ger manager for Joe Ripley, said Campus
Party spokesmen have repeated repeatedly
ly repeatedly stated that they wish to keep
this an above board campaign
with as little gooning as possible.
Yet in the past four days, Ban Banner
ner Banner Party material has been tom
down from the green boards post posted
ed posted on campus. The question In my
mind is, who is t era ring down the
Banner Party material if not the
Campus Party?
Ron Cacciatore, Banner co-chair co-chairman,
man, co-chairman, then issued a series of blasts
against Campus Party criticism of
the Banner football seating plan.
They say that anybody can "it
in the card section.
Their basic appeal was to the
Independents but in their plan
they have not guaranteed the In Independent
dependent Independent will ait there. Accord According
ing According to their plan, Fraternity men
can sit there also.
Cacciatore went on to state that
although Campus Party spokes spokesmen
men spokesmen have said that students'who
misbehaved would be kept out of
the card section because the
Campus Party expects to let any
students who wish sit there
there would be no control over the
students.
Caaciatore said that the Campus
Party was not going to let stu students
dents students who misbehave sit In the
card section. But, he said,
how are they going to enforce
this?
Cacciatore continued "A few
years back, their present method
of allowing any student to sit in
the card section was tried. Thats
why, three years ago. the plan
was abolished and the Flavets, the
group presently sitting tbeTe, were
put in. .they put in be because
cause because they were a responsible
group.
Cacciatore then referred to Feb.
27 when Ed Nolan, Campus Party
presidential candidate, spoke along
with other Campup Party mem mem(Continued
(Continued mem(Continued On Page THREE)

POLLING PLACES
The following polling places have been assigned to the various
Colleges. The nuimber following the college designates the num-

ber of machines alloted.
Architecture (1)
Architecture (1) j
Arts & Sciences (3)
Business Administration (2)
Education (2)
Engineering (3)
Forestry (1)
Journalism (i)
Law (11
Nursing (1)
Pharmacy (1)
Fsysical Ed. (1)
Medicine (11
Freshmen Boys (k)
Freshmen girls (3)
Sophomores (5i

New Cheerleaders Chosen;
Captain Named For '59-60
The University of Florida has a new 12-iaut cheerleading squad
ready to go into action next season.
Jerry Yachabach, a past cheerleader and a Pi Kappa Alpha, was
chosen as 1969 head cheerleader Friday after the selection of the new
Gators dozen.

Four others on the new team
have had past service as cheer cheerleaders.
leaders. cheerleaders. They are: Londra Hayes,
Chi Omega; Barbara Mackin, Del Delta
ta Delta Gamma; Bob Moxley, Georgia
Seagle and coming back after
an absence Roddy Anderson of
Beta Theta Pi.
New to the team are: Flo Ann
Milton, Alpha Chi Omega; Barba Barbara
ra Barbara Smith, Delta Gamma ; Norma
Sarra, Alpha Delta Pi; Betty Col Collum,
lum, Collum, Delta Delta Delta; Fred Bis Bisset,
set, Bisset, Alpha Tau Omega; Stewart
Parsons. Sigma Chi and Bob Bel Belling.
ling. Belling. Po Kappa Alpha.
The 12 cheerleaders were chosen
Pre-Meds to Register
AU pre-medical and pre-den pre-dental
tal pre-dental student* should register
with ttv Pre-professional selling Office, located in room
12, Flint Hall, before Friday.

m FLORIDA ALLIGATOR

16 Campus Sites
Named as Polls
For Elections
By ARLENE ALLIGOOD
Gator Executive Editor
Sixteen campus localities have
been designated as polling sites
where students may cast their vote
in the March 24 election, accord according
ing according to Martin Shapiro, Secretary
of Interior.
One or more voting machines
will be placed in each of the lo localities
calities localities according to the enroll enrollment
ment enrollment of the school or college as assigned
signed assigned to that specific site. Each
college of the University will be
assigned to a definite polling lo location.
cation. location.
The polls will open at a.m.
on election day and will remain
open until 6 pan. Persons who are
unable to vote during that time
may obtain absentee ballots in
the student government office,
Shapiro said.
Election Official blanks can npw
be filled out in the student gov government
ernment government office on the third floor
of the Florida Union by all per persons
sons persons interested in officiating at
the election.
,A meeting of election officials
and polling place supervisors is
scheduled for March 23, 7 p.m., in
Walker Auditorium. Officials will
receive instructions and assign assignments
ments assignments at this tfcne and Will also
be sworn in.
Candidates for office may pick
up campaign expense sheets in the
student government office. These
must be filed by 5 p.m., April 4,
with the Chancellor of the Honor
Court, Shapiro said.

McCarty Hall ((Between North and
South Wings)
Basement of Administration Building
Hub
Matherly Hall
Hallway of P. K. Yonge
Engineering Bldg. Rm. 800
West Hallway, Leigh Hall
Gym Basement
Law School
Post Office, Medical School
West Hallway, Leigh Hall
Gym Basement
Post Office, Medical School
Tolbert Porch
Yulee Porch
Hub, Wall of Campus Book Store

from a tryout turnout of 64. Con Considerations
siderations Considerations in judging were, for
a total of SO points: execution of
cheer in a group and single, 10
points each; voice, 5 points; over overall
all overall height, 5 points and personality
and looks, 20 points.
The judges were Dr. Frank T.
Adams, Asst. Dean of Men ; Tom
Biggs, president of Student Body;
Ed Rich, outgoing head cheerlead cheerleader;
er; cheerleader; Hyatt Brown, chancellor of
Honor Court; Dave Hudson, IMS
Gator football team captain; and
Blair Culpepper.
Spirit was high a the shiver shivering
ing shivering candidates and their support supporters,
ers, supporters, huddled together in the stad stadium
ium stadium late Friday afternoon, sere serenaded
naded serenaded each other and waited ex expectantly
pectantly expectantly for the judges decisions.
The head cheerleader was chos chosen
en chosen immediately after the announ announcement
cement announcement of the new squad.

Campus Party Sheet
Compares Two Plans
By DAVID HAMILTON
Gator Staff Writer
The much re-hashed political football,
the Football seating 1 plan, took on a new
slant this week with the Campus Party
throw sheet comparing the two opposing
plans as proposed by the Campus and
Banner Parties.
The Campus Party throw sheet

presented diagrams of the oppos opposing
ing opposing seating plans and the distri distribution
bution distribution of seats. Bill Norris, Cam Campus
pus Campus Party co-chairman pointed
out that under the Banner Party
seating plan there is a misplaced
10 percent. In other words, Nor Norris
ris Norris pointed out, the Banner Party
makes no provisions for approxi approximately
mately approximately 1,238 students.
The Campus Party worked on
the throw sheet according to Nor Norris,
ris, Norris, for over a week proving fig figures,
ures, figures, vertifying facts, and check checking.
ing. checking. Purpose of the throw sheet
comparing the two parties plans,
the Campus Party co-chairman
stated, was to point out conclus conclusively
ively conclusively that little planning and fore forethought
thought forethought went .nto th-* Banner Par Party
ty Party football seating plan.
Questions Method
Shouldnt Florida men and wo women
men women wonder, questioned Norris,
if the Banner Party plans to sol solve
ve solve all the major problems that
confront the student body la a
hap-h&zzard manner?
Norris mentioned a new plank
in the Campus Party platform
which would in effect propose that
Constitutional amendments be
drafted to remove the presi president
dent president of the Student Body from
the post of presiding officer of the
Executive Council.
Under our present government governmental
al governmental structure the duties and powers
of the executive post and legisla legisla(Continued
(Continued legisla(Continued On Page THREE)

Chancellor Candidates
Answer Five Questions
This is the last of a series of personal interviews that the Al Alligator
ligator Alligator has conducted with the top four candidates from each
party in order to allow the student body to bear Me candidates
views on certain pertinent issues. In todays Installment both can candidates
didates candidates for Chancellor of the Honor Court have been asked five
questions concerning the honor system and their answers are
printed verbatim.

Beaver
Law junior Sid Beaver, Banner
Party candidate for Chancellor of
the Honor Court, is a 26 year yearold
old yearold married veteran from Trilby,
Fla.
L Do you believe that the Ho Honor
nor Honor System as It exists now Is
accomplishing the primary par*
pose for which it was organised
at the University of Florida?
Within the framework of the
Honor System as it now exists,
I think its purpose can be fulfill fulfilled.
ed. fulfilled. I believe the primary purpose
of the Honor System is education educational
al educational if the term education is defin defined
ed defined to include the development of
character, a sense of integrity sod
a set of values that a person can
live with.
2. In view of the fact that few
other universities as large as the
U of F stIB retain the use of Me
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Uwivriifry of Florida, Goinotvillt, FloridaTuesday, March 17,1959

4-Day Run Set
For UF Version
Os Lorca's Play
By GARRY SUTHERLAND
Gator Staff Writer
Such a small Knifeit
barely fits the handyet
this knife can kill a man!
wails Carol Saier, as the
Mother, in Florida Player's
production of Spanish play playwright
wright playwright Garcia Lorca's
Blood Wedding, opening
tomorrow for a four night
run at Norman Hall Audi Auditorium.
torium. Auditorium.
Blood Wedding has several
levels of meaning. The most obvi obvious,
ous, obvious, from which th e title is taken:
The principle characters are two
families in southern Spain whose
generations-long enemity is legend.
The play opens with the last
surviving male of each family. As
a result of love for one girl, they
are forced by family honor to min mingle
gle mingle blood.
Theres a wedding, all right,
said Director L. L. Zimmerman,
"wedding in blood!
The play Is a folk drama in the
truest sense. Some of the more em emotional
otional emotional scenes are written in poe poetry,
try, poetry, the imagery of which has long
been Spains proudest possession.
Set against the Andalusian hill hillside,
side, hillside, Blood Wedding, portrays
the intense sense of honor and fi fiery
ery fiery passion inherent in these peas peasant
ant peasant people who live so close to the
land.
Laurel Gordon, as the Bride, is
a sophomore from St. Petersburg.
She played the female lead In this
summers production, King of
Hearts and appeared in Right
You Are! (If You Think Your
Are!)
Carol Saier, 2UC from West
Palm Beach, plays the Mother,
with a depth of understanding and
emotional intensity which would
do credit to a much older woman.
Norman Tate, as Leonardo, is
(Continued On Page THREE)

Pitcher
Tom Pitcher, Campus Party ca candidate
ndidate candidate for Chancellor of the Ho Honor
nor Honor Court, is a single Junior ma majoring
joring majoring in Business Administration
who intends to enter Law School
in the Fall of 1960.
(1) Do you believe Mat the Ho Honor
nor Honor System aa it exists now is
accomplishing the primary pur purpose
pose purpose for which it was organized
at the University of Florida?
No. Since the Honor System
was formed when the size of the
University was much smaller it
has not kept up with the growth
of the student body hence it is not
serving as effectively as it once
did.
(t) la view of the fact that few
other Universities as large as
Me Univeiutty of Florida retain
the use of the Honor System,
what reasons would you give for
couthminf Me tradition here?
(Continued On Page THREE)
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Pleas end Dignity from "Blood Wedding"
Sophomore Laurel Gordon (left) from Bt, Petersburg beseeches Carol Ann Safer, 2UC from
West Palm Beach, in a scene from the Florida Players presentation of Blood Wedding, which
starts tomorrow.

Ag Fair Queen
To be Chosen
This Friday
By LEA CHAPLIN
Hie selection of an Agricultural
Fair Queen from five finalists at
4 p.m., Friday, will highlight the
activities of the 17th annual Ag
Fair this weekend.
The contest will' be held In Dan
McCarty Auditorium. The winner
will be presented with a trophy
and will be sponsored in the Miss
University of Florida contest by
the A. T. A., Agricultural educa education
tion education honorary fraternity.
The finalists and their sponsor sponsoring
ing sponsoring organizations are Raquel Ro Roqueta,
queta, Roqueta, Block and Bridle Club;
Mary Thoman, Alpha Tau Alpha;
Sonny Kenney, Collegiate F. F. A.
Chapter; Mary Jim Melton, Agri Agricultural
cultural Agricultural Economics Club; and Pat
Cassin, Thyrsus Horticultural
Club.
Judging each candidate on bea beauty,
uty, beauty, talent, and personality will
be Lee Fennell, Alligator editor editorin-chief;
in-chief; editorin-chief; James E. Gorman, State
Chamber of Commerce; and M. O.
Watkins, Director of the Agricu Agricutural
tural Agricutural Extension Service.
The exhibits for the fair on Fri Friday
day Friday and Saturday from 9 a.m. to
9 p.m. this weekend will be st up
in the Agricultural Engineering
Building and in tents outside on
the lawn. Many of the displays
will feature livestock and the
Block and Bridle Club will have
their talking steer on hand
again this year.
The Florida Section of the Insti Institute
tute Institute of Food Technologists is plan planning
ning planning a large presentation. The
Food Machinery Corporation will
have a model of their in line
extractor at the fair. The Conti Continental
nental Continental Can Company will feature
a can seaming machine and a sha shadowgraph
dowgraph shadowgraph for examining defects
in cans.
TTie U. S. D. A. Inspection Ser Service
vice Service wiH have a display of quality
control and inspection methods us used
ed used in the citrus plants. The re research
search research agencies will have an exhi exhibit
bit exhibit of some of their work as relat related
ed related to the food technologist. There
will also be displays of citrus pro processing
cessing processing and packaging.
The Agricultural Economics ex exhibit
hibit exhibit in the Fair will depict land
use in the State of Florida.
Kingston Trio
Ticket Sale Set
Ticket sales for the March SO
appearance of the Kingston Trio
are now scheduled from II am.
to S p.m. at the Student Service
Center dally until the concert.
The Trio will appear at 8 p-m.,
March t§ hi the Florida Gym Gymnasium,
nasium, Gymnasium, under the sponsorship
of the Lyceum Council.
Unless all tickets are sold,
they may be purchased on the
day of the performance at the
usual hours In the Student Ser Service
vice Service Center, and from 5 to 8 p.-
m. la the Gym.
Admission Is $1.28 for regular
seats. Reserved seats have been
sold out. Because this wffl not
be a regular scheduled concert
b the Lyceum Series, student
LD. cards and season tlrliti i
win not be acknowledged.

FIRST OF A SERIES

New Union Described
As Music, Art Center
Editors Note: This Is the first la a series of articles on the
proposed new Florida Union. Here Is the history of the Old
Union and the background of the new union plans. In future arti articles
cles articles financing of the new union and future plans will b* discuss discussed.)
ed.) discussed.)
By PRIS SMITH
Gator Staff Writer
We need a cultural center, a center tor plays, music and art
exhibits. We need more space for student committees, according
to Dr. Delton L. Scudder, chairman of the new union planning com committee.
mittee. committee.

Dr. Scuddere solution is a new
Florida Union. This idea is not
new, it began 11 years ago with
the union staff along with part of
the faculty and administration.
William Jennings Bryan, in 1923,
helped the YMCA campaign for
funds to help build the original
Florida Union.
He helped raise $126,000 but less
than $35,000 reached the Univer University
sity University because the real estate crash
chopped the original sum to $40,-
000 and shortly after these remain remaining
ing remaining funds were put in the bank the
depression hit.
Through clever investing the
University managed to build what
was left back *o almost $36,000.
This money, along with SBB,OOO
put up by the government Works
Project Administration, built the
present Union in 1938 to serve 3,-
000 students. Trouble* began in
1946 when the enrollment jumped
to 10,000 in one year. Not only
was the University swamped with
returning soldiers but in 1947 it
became co educational.
Work for a new Union began in
1948 when Dr. J. Hillie Miller,
then president of the University,
appointed a student faculty com committee
mittee committee headed by Dr. Harry Phil Philpot
pot Philpot to make recommendation* for
the new union and study tenative
costs and locations.
Jeffery Hamilton, Dr. Miller s
architect, studied the campus and
decided the best spot for the union
would be to the west of Dan
McCarty Hall off Radio Road.
In the Spring of 1951 a random
survey showed that 69 per cent of
the students wanted a new union
and were willing to have their fee
increased to provide the necessary
funds. In the Fall the student body
voted by a substantial majority to
increase and re-allocated the stu student
dent student activity fee to provide, among
other things, $3 a <*r to start a
building fund for a new union.
Three years later more then
3,800 students signed a petition
asking the administration to seek
ways and means to build a new
union.
Seeing their problem Dr. J. Wa Wayne
yne Wayne Reits appointed a new Union
Planning Committee the following
year. The committe, headed by
Dr. Bcudder, made a survey of all
the recognised student organise organisettons.
ttons. organisettons.
The results indicated that there
were many groups that were limi limited
ted limited because certain faculties did
FBK Applications Roody
Application* for membership in
Florida Bhie Key will be avail available
able available at the Florida Union inform information
ation information dent through March 28.

not exist. Others were hampered
because of lack of space.
An auditorium with a seating
capacity of 800 to 1,200 for movies
and plays was suggested. Also a
large ballroom, a game room, bo bowling
wling bowling alleys and central food ser service
vice service were mentioned.
As Dr. Scudder put it, what we
need is an All University center
... a living room of the campus.
is
DR. J. WAYNE REITZ
Frosh Will Hear
Reitz Wednesday
In Final Forum
J. Wayne Reitz, president of the
University of Florida, will speak
Wednesday at 7 p.m. in Walker
Auditorium on Tbs University of
Florida Tomorrow."
His speech will close out a ser series
ies series of four freshman forums
designed to acquaint incoming
freshmen with U of F history, tra tradition,
dition, tradition, and present and future
plans.
Dr. Reits will outline academic
expansion planned, future needs of
the University and how they are
to be met. He will be introduced
by Tom Biggs, president of the
Student Body, and Russel Gray,
freshman class president, will pre preside
side preside over the forum.
Attendance of the forum le re required
quired required as a part of orientation
week for all freshmen who enter entered
ed entered the Uof F for the first time
this semester. Those who havent
been attending the forums have
received letters from the Dean of
Mens Office, and notations made
on his records.
Wednesdays forum Is being
held In Walker instead of Univer University
sity University Auditorium, site of the pest
three lectures.

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Four Pages This Edition

Exec Group
OK'sWSA
Revision
Post Created
For Secretory
By GLORIA BROWN
Gator Womans Editor
The Womens Student As Association
sociation Association proposed consti constitutional
tutional constitutional revisions were pass passby
by passby the executive council last
week. One of the five chan changes
ges changes creates a new office for
some woman student to fill,
a corresponding secretary.
A corresponding commutes
headed by Debbie Rudser and la later
ter later by Cathi Little, IUC, was or organized
ganized organized this year to take care of
letter writing. The group felt that
the correspondence was heavy en enough
ough enough to merit need of this new of office.
fice. office.
This means that the executive
oommittee, a body of W.S.A. Coun Councils
cils Councils elected officers, will now be
composed of a president, vice vicepresident,
president, vicepresident, recording secretary*
corresponding secretary and trea treasurer.
surer. treasurer. All women students are el eligible
igible eligible to vote for these officers on
April 21.
Voting representation from th*
residence halls, Panhellenic, Wo Womens
mens Womens Intramural Board, Glee
Club, Alpha Lambda Delta and
other womens organizations as
they are admitted to the campus
and passed by the executive com committee
mittee committee shall constitute the council
has also been changed.
New Change
It now reads: Voting represen representatives
tatives representatives from residence halls soror sororities
ities sororities and off-campus students shall
constitute the council. Any re recognized
cognized recognized womens organization
may send non-voting representa representatives
tives representatives to council meetings. AH
women students are members of
the Womens Association and are
invited to attend council meetings
in a non-voting capacity.
Judiciary committee (a disci discinary
nary discinary group headed by Sibbi Kot Kotkin,
kin, Kotkin, 3AS, shall be appointd
by the executive committee from
the council, to be composed of
five members now states:
There shall be a judiciary comm committee
ittee committee appointed by the executive
committee to be composed of five
members . .
The official name of the former
publicity committee is now com communications
munications communications committee.
The following committees have
been added to the constitution ban banquet,
quet, banquet, Religion-in-Life Week,
Alumni sign-up, coffe hours and
LAWS Convention Committee. The
executive committee shall make
appointments of chairmen of these
committees during the year.
Duties of class representatives
and chairman of the commun communications
ications communications committee were outlin outlined.
ed. outlined. A new elections amendment
states that: Nominations for of officers
ficers officers in W. 8. A. Council shall be
made by the president and those
of the executive committee not
eligible for nomination, plus one
or more members of W.SA. Caun*
(Continued On Page THREE)
Military Ball
Tickets Ready
By JOHN EAGAN
Gator Staff Writer
Military Ball tickets are now on
sale at $3.50 per couple at the stu.
dent information booth across
from the Hub, acording to Pub Publicity
licity Publicity Chairman Layton Mank.
Tickets will also be an sale at
the ball in the gymnasium this
Saturday. Hours for the ball are
8-12 p.m.
A joint Army and Air Force
ROTC parade will be held at 10
a.m. Saturday and will feature
precision marching by the Army
ROTC Gator Guard and Air Force
Billy Mitchell Drill Team.
The five Military Ball Queen fi finalists
nalists finalists selected last Monday will
review the parade with four guest
generals.
Names Not Ready
Names of the queen finalists
were not available at press time.
Brig. Gen. Thomas Fuller, Brig.
Gen. Chester R. Allen and Brig.
Gen. Leonard F. Chapman Jr., all
University of Florida graduates
will represent the Army.
Representing the Air Force will
be Maj. Gen. T. C. Rogers, com commander
mander commander of the cations Air Force
ROTC program. Gen. Rogers ser served
ved served in World War II and flew 50
combat missions during the Kor Korean
ean Korean War.
The Gator Variety Band, com composed
posed composed by members of the UF Figh Fighting
ting Fighting Gator Band will provide mu music
sic music for the ball.
Winner of the Military Ball
Queen Contest will be announced
charing the ball, according lo
Mank.
The balls grand march will be
led by UF President and Mrs. J.
Wayne Reits and will contain aO
senior ROTC cadets.



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Page 2

.? - ;
A Matter of Opinion

All the current controversy concern concerning
ing concerning conflicting versions of possible
football seating plans revolves around
a difference of opinion as to who
should fill 1500-2000 seats in the stu student
dent student card section.
This has become a difficult and del delicate
icate delicate question because of the prin principles
ciples principles and vested interests involved.
However, if examined objectively, it
is obvious that the final decision
would depend on first determining
v what the purpose of a student card
section is and then attempting to make
whatever arrangements would best
accomplish the predetermined goal.
If it is agreed that the basic reason
for establishing a student card section
is to contribute to school spirit
through the creation of a healthy and
colorful tradition, then it would logi logically
cally logically follow that the more students
allowed to participate in the organiza organization
tion organization and operation of the card section,
the stronger would be the tradition
and the more school spirit would be
aroused.
Along these lines, the solution to
the controversy would be to leave the
seats in the card section open to the
student body at large on the basis of
individual voluntary participat ion
with no persons or groups favored or
restricted.

Those who would disagree with
such a plan might argue that in the
past this type of arrangement has
failed on this campus because of the
difficulty in policing such an unor unorganized
ganized unorganized mass of students.
But rather than abandon the entire

SOUNDS

On the Many Types of Drinkers

By RICHARD CORRIGAN
Yes, brothers and sisters
that road to sin and damnation
is a liquor-slick road, with to tobacco
bacco tobacco growin on the side and
painted women hangin on the
fence posts. And the sun never
shines on that road, brothers and
sistersjust neon magnets.
But to be realistic about it
as long as you're already on
this alcoholic avenue you might
as well look around and see
whos walking with you.
Over there is toe Sincere
Drinker type. This Is the guy
whose feeling of friendship
blossoms in direct ratio to the
number of drinks he has con consumed.
sumed. consumed. After downing his limit,
he will clap you on the shoulder,
stare you foggily in the face,
and inform you that Youre a
helluva good guy. Did you know
that? one helluva good
guy.
Right ngxt to him (they are
inseparable) is the Good Old
Drinking Days type. His favorite
line is, Yeah, we used to have
some really big drinkers around
this place, but not any
This complaint is usually de delivered
livered delivered while he is tumbling
backwards over a table.
And leap-frogging over those
two is the Great Party Boy type.
One beer is usually enough to ig ignite
nite ignite this down, who delights in
bellowing songs like On the
Lawn, On the Lawn an inch
away from your tortured ear.
Another of his tricks is hammer hammering
ing hammering his fist on the table and say saying,

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What's in a Nome? Read and See

By FRED FROHOCK
So all right.
For every person, there's a
theory on how to write a col column.
umn. column. I think Ive tried a differ different
ent different one each time. Last week,
it was the deeper side, a la B
grade movie dramatics.
The week before that, it was
how to mix drinks, a la B grade
alcohol.
This week, my people, in lieu
of a column on how to write
columns, this unjustly small
space will be devoted not to the
honor court, nor to mixing
drinks, nor to modem philoso philosophy
phy philosophy but to you, reader.
It will be what those in the
trade call a "name column.
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own.
To wit: Tom Biggs, slipping
quietly out of sight .... Blair
Culpepper, and Joe Ripley, slip slipping
ping slipping quietly Into sight . Joe
Chapman, slipping quietly .
And. also. Jim Rumrill. the
greatest hustler in the world for

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system because of the fear of any
possible disorder it would be better
to examine other schools such as U.C.-
L.A. which is famous for its card sec section,
tion, section, discover the methods they used
to avoid trouble and prompt cooper cooperration,
ration, cooperration, and then attempt to apply
their solution to our situation.
On the other hand, if it is decided
that the primary purpose of he card
section is simply to present a show showpiece
piece showpiece to the alumni and visitors in
the west, stands, then the determin determining
ing determining factor in any football seating plan
would be to fill the seats in the card
section with those individuals who
could do the best job in presenting
the various card tricks.
For the past two years, three groups
of students, the Flavets, John Mar Marshall
shall Marshall Bar Association, and the Medi Medical
cal Medical School, have been given perma permanent
nent permanent blocks at all football games un under
der under the assumption that besides be being
ing being older and more mature they would
be more apt to perform good card
tricks because of a feeling of respon responsibility
sibility responsibility toward their group.
But the selection of these groups
was an arbitrary decision that could
be questioned. For who could say just
which of the many groups on campus
could present the best card tricks.
Taking this into consideration, if
we are mainly concerned with the
quality of the card section a much
better production might result if we
seated fraternity blocks in the card
section and awarded a trophy to he
group giving the best performance
throughout the season.J.T.

ing, saying, Boy, arent we having a
GREAT time? Now this is an
outright He; actually everyone
ia having a horriibl e time; but
he persists in making his state statement.
ment. statement.
That fellow wit.i the jabbing
forefinger is the Solve the
Worlds Problems drinker. He
will mix alcohol with philosophy,
religion, literature and politics,
spiced with paper back quota quotations,
tions, quotations, and arrive at a theory
that will stand firm until the sun
comes up and burns it apart.
Standing there with clenched
fists is the Get Out otf My Way
type, who offers to go 15 rounds
after downing two rounds; Ive
got an inferiority complex. You
wanna make something out of
it?
And huddling in the gutter is
the Its AH & Big Mistake drink drinker,
er, drinker, who is going to be magnifi magnificent
cent magnificent someday, as soon as he gets
organized.
*And we cant forget the Oh
What a Beautiful Morning After
drinker, the guy who never gets
a hangover. He bounces into
your room, does u few push ups,
and informs you that you dont
look so hot. You groan. Then he
skips out the door, delivering his
parting shot: I dont suppose
you remember what you said to
the housemother last night.
Then there are the guy* you
like to drink with.
There are women on this rum
road too. They were young
maids once, lasses who took that
fatal sip at a high school prom
and then slid steadily down. To Today

oue who doesnt like politics ..
Lee Fennell and his cigar and
his editors desk . Joe Thom Thomas
as Thomas and Lee Fennells editors
desk ... Ed Nolan, the great greatest
est greatest hustler in the world for one
who does like politics . Em Emmett
mett Emmett Anderson Bigelow and
whos following who . Joan
Porter, God bless her . Bob
Park, God bless his leniency In
Blue Key Speakers Bureau
interviews . the Blue Key
speakers, God save them .
Dr. Carlton, making Bob Gra Graham
ham Graham appear embarrassed for an
answer in class when he asked
him what purpose Student gov government
ernment government has . Harold Klap Klapper.
per. Klapper. trying unsuccessfully to
make Dr. Carlton appear em embarrassed
barrassed embarrassed . Pat Murphy, try trying
ing trying .. Betty Easter, politely
listening to a young mans rav ravings
ings ravings . Roger Cole, writing a
novel much to the envy of
other people ...
Pamela Brown, the most won wonderful
derful wonderful girl In the world . Lon Londr

Tuesday, March 17 y 1959

day Today they are hardened coeds,
with wrinkle* around their Rev Revion.
ion. Revion.
Many of them fail (resoundly)
into the categories mentioned
earlier, but there are other
types, too. First ia the Drink and
Slink type. She enjoys drinking
because it remind* her just how
appealing she really is. Ive
got everybody wrapped around
my finger, she chuckles to her herself,
self, herself, reaching for the Vodka
with an exaggerated stretch.
A curious specimen is the Coy
Giggles Drinker. She will gaze
at her glass, her stupid little
eyes blazing with fear and de delight,
light, delight, and ask Oh (teehee) do
you really think I should?
Later on, of course, when her
complexion has dimmed to
olive drab, you discover that she
shouldnt have, after all.
Then there is the Liquor Just
Sends Me type, who begins the
evening with her nose in the air
later on it is muzzling your
ear. She bums you with an
eyes-half shut smile, sighs and
passes out. Most frustrating.
Finally, we have toe I Look
So Easy type. You spike her
drinks, cackle fiendishly, pour
them down that alabaster throat,
and nothing happens. To her.
that is. From your position un under
der under the table you wave a wobbly
goodby as she marches quite
steadily back to the dorms.
Then there are the girls you
lik e to drink with.
All in all, its not such a bad
road. You get used to it.

dr Londr a Hayes, the best dancer in
the world . Kent Hale, the
quietest girl in the world .
Roger Phillips, who ought to be
a girl (like his sister) .
Dr. Spanier, cheering his class
by wondering out loud if anyone
could be here to take finals af after
ter after the Berlin crisis deadline .
Charley Smith and the lefthand lefthanded
ed lefthanded pitchers . Lynn Howie,
wishing now he had played with
that sore thumb . Gene Rowe
and that damn red jacket .
the Florida Relays coming dur during
ing during the Easter holidays . the
wonderful coffee In the hub .
the wonderful Sid Couraon
the insulting Grant Morrison.
Tlie liquor running business
. tbe low prices in Tampa --
the Dreamers and Big Jackie. ..
the Orange Peel staff . Grace
Hinson and her friendly refus refusals
als refusals . the Tri-Delta and their
trophy case . Glenn Holiman
and his trophy ... the mid-term
exams where you wonder if you youve
ve youve read the wrong textbook .
decadent society generally .
fifteen year old Scotch . love
and the red. red flowers in the
laxa .
The lasy afternoons . the
osier evenings . the conser conservatism
vatism conservatism of President Reitz .
he insight of Robert Frost
iwhen you can hear him) .
he curiosity of Dean Hale .
he beauty of Karen Peterson,
hair or no . those who dream
of being governor . those
who dream of Paris . those
who dont dream, but worry
. . everyone in the world, and
especially the many who didnt
make it in print this time, or
who had their names unfortu unfortunately,
nately, unfortunately, unforgivingly spelled
wrong.

Official First Class Poop Remover
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Says Legal Training Vital
For Honor Court Post

Editor:
I have ik> doubt that people
with a state of mind such as my
own have been principal contri contributors
butors contributors to the decline and col collapse
lapse collapse of campus politics. To me,
there is nothing more distaste distasteful
ful distasteful than hearing two opposing
candidates promise the same
thing in different language, each
hoping that election will serve
as a springboard into the Olymp Olympus
us Olympus of Florida Blue Key. After
seeing this sort of manipulation
of the student body for seven
years, I still have some tinge
of revulsion.
But it would seem that one
of the issues of the coming elec election
tion election should cause me and my
fellows to climb down from our
non-voting periphery the elec election
tion election of Honor Court Chancellor.
As a senior in law school, I
have been privileged to appear
before the Court several times
in the capacity of defense coun counsel,
sel, counsel, and I find the present
Chancellor, Clerk and Justices of
the Court to be among the most
conscientious students I have
ever met. Theirs is, at best, a
difficult task, and they have
performed, I am certain, ad admirably
mirably admirably and to toe best of their
ability.
The Chancellor, it should be
noted, has much to say as to
whether an alleged offense
should be brought to trial. His
decision is based upon the facts
of the case, and presumably, the
oase does not go to trial unless
he feels toe evidence sufficient
to support a conviction. Merely
bringing a cause before the
Court, then, seems to be a prima
facie indication of guilt, and it
follows that, for the protection
of the individual student, the
office and function of the
Chancellor is a vital one.
I am precluded from better
illustrating my position with
actual cases by the mandates
otf discretion and the often criti criticised
cised criticised cloak of secrecy which
shroud the Court proceedings.
Let it suffice to say that some
of the cases upon which ver verdicts
dicts verdicts of guilty have been based
outrage the most rudimentary
principles of evidence which the
law provides for the protection
of our citizens. While the Honor
Court does not follow strict legal
procedures and courtroom form formalities,
alities, formalities, some tra es of these are
necessary. It would appear far
hotter to allow an occasional
guilty student to escape the pro proceedings
ceedings proceedings of the Court than to
stain the record of an innocent
one by an erroneous conviction.
A Chancellor with a legal back background
ground background would never have per permitted
mitted permitted such cases to come to
trial in the place after even the
most cursory evaluation of the
evidence.
Perhaps very secrecy
**ich is inherent in Honor

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proceedings leads to an apa apathetic
thetic apathetic belief that It only hap happens
pens happens to the other guy. Well, it
doesnt. In the coming year,
many studentssome guilty,
som e notwill receive the letter
informing them that they are
being investigated by the court
for an alleged violation of the
Honor Code. When the initial
shock and fear are gone, it
would be only appropriate for
an innocent student to know
that his case is in the best of
hands and that he has nothing
to fear if he is innocent. I pre present
sent present these facts for the con consideration
sideration consideration of the student body,
rather than to further the inter interest
est interest of any individual or any of
the local political ladder climb climbers.
ers. climbers.
Sid Lewis, co-chairman,
Honor Ct. Defense
Council Committee
John Marshall Bar Asso.

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Florida Players, Flamenco and Fate

By DON RICHIE
An echo of Flamenco guitars,
guitars of gaiety and doom, re resounds
sounds resounds on the dhniy lighted
stage.
No backdrops, scenery or cos costumes
tumes costumes are in evidenceonly a
ladder-littered stage with actors
caught up in the tenseness of
what they are about to do.
A dark, poetic tragedy is
about to be cast before our
senses in the dim auditorium of
Norman Hall. One of the last in informal
formal informal rehearsals of the upcom upcoming
ing upcoming F. Garcia Lorca classic,
Blood Wedding" is about to
begin with the Florida Players
going through their paces.
One moment they are a cross
section of the student body in
Ivy League and bobby sox and
the next
The music begins, the play players
ers players tense and a booming voice
sounds from the blackness of a
seat far back in the reaches of
the auditorium. It is the voice
of Dr. L. L. Zimmerman, the
director affectionately known
as Doc or Dr. Z.
Dr. Zimmerman becomes for
the moment the Spanish genius
Lorcapoetic dramatist, force forceful
ful forceful and sensitive with a full eye
on the flexible template of the
way the play should fit for full
emotional impact.
The sound of guitars swells
and trills and sends a river of
chill over the scene and the
imagination goes into third gear.
You are there in Spain in
tragic, emotional, Lorcas An Andalusian
dalusian Andalusian Spain.
You sense hovering disaster
a threatening sense of power
about to be unleashed in the at atmosphere
mosphere atmosphere around the strange
Leonardo, the betrothed pair and
their kin.
Gypsy lullabies swell from the
throats of hollow-eyed mothers
lullabies that soothe only their
babies but send a sense of blue,
chilly fate through the air and a
sense of foreboding.
A wedding scene, a chorus off offstage,
stage, offstage, falsely joyous, proclaims
enthusiastically the levity of the
occasion and the wedding party
echoes it transparently, sending
sparks of light across a dark
pool of sadness that flows be beneath
neath beneath the sun on the wedding
day.
A wasteland of spent and un-

spent emotion, of passion unre unrequitedit
quitedit unrequitedit is a wasteland, but as
said in the play, Strong arms
can make this land good.
Strong emotions make the
land rock with a cry for peace
and contentment - the dark
silence is broken by words of
anguish and a cry for happiness
that hides its face behind a
mask of fear.
The bride at the wedding
senses a chill wind that cuts
through my heart, and the chill
wind wafts over the audience.
Hie transparent gaiety of the
wedding is soon filled with the
opaque sombreness of doom.
The orange blossoms of the
wedding may soon be traded for
drops of blood; a symbolic wed wedding
ding wedding wreath may soon change to
a wreath of. .
Symbolic death stalks and
leads the way for those who live
by fate. The moon descends, the
chill moon that needs blood for
warmth: My ashes seek the
fire's crest on mountains and
streets. But the snow carries
me on its mottled back.
Fates in the forms of wood woodcutters
cutters woodcutters stalk the scene. I can
hear crickets and frogs and the
nights ambush. The scene is
set.
O lonely deathdeath among
the dried leaves. Dont lay
flowers over th e wedding. Leave
for their love a green branch.
The rehearsal weaves on leav leaving
ing leaving a chill to the imagination, an
allegorical message of the
beauty of fate and the doom of
fate.
The actors are tired but
caught up in their roles and
amiably accept the wise coun counsel
sel counsel of Dr. Z. He teils them what
he generally Wants them to
achieve; he very seldom tells
them exactly how they must do
it. Perhaps a little gesture here
or there to achieve the effect,
naturally.
Dr. Zimmerman tries to paint
scene as near as possible to
that of its original master, Lor Lorca.
ca. Lorca. The actors and actresses,
the Players, are the living oil
that will transform the canvas
of the stage into a thing of beau beauty.
ty. beauty. Dr. Z. arranges the paint
with dips and dabs and guides
them as painter and In the

On Campus
Max Stallman j
V V y (By the Author of Rally Round the Flag, Boytl and,
Barefoot Boy with Cheek.*)
ADVENTURES IN SOCIAL SCIENCE: NO. 2
*
Today, with earnestness and sobriety, we make the second of
our forays into social science. We take up the most basic of afl
social sciencessociology itself.
Sociology teaches us that man is a social animal. It is not
instinct or heredity that determines his conduct; it is environ environment.
ment. environment. This fact is vividly borne out when you consider the case
f Julio Sigafoos.
Julio, abandoned as an infant in a dark wood near Cleveland,
was adopted by a pack of wild dogs and reared as one es their
own. When Julio was found by a hunter at the age of twelve,
the poor child was more canine than human. He ran on afl
fours, barked and growled, ate raw meat, lapped water with his
tongue, and could neither speak nor understand one single word.
In short, he was a complete product of his environment.
Julio, incidentally, was more fortunate than most wild chi*
dren They never become truly humanised, but Julio was ex exceptional.
ceptional. exceptional. Bit by bit, he began to talk and walk and eat and
drink as people do. His long-dormant mental processes, when
awakened at last, turned out to be fantastically acute. He was
so bright that he learned to read and write in a month, got
through grammar school in three years, and high school in two.
And last June as thousands of spectators, knowing the odds
Julio had overcome, stood and raised cheer after cheer, he was
graduated valedictorian from Cal Tech with a degree in astro astrophysics
physics astrophysics
Who can say to what towering heights this incredible boy
would have risen had he not been killed the day after commence commencement
ment commencement while chasing a car?
But I digress. To return to sociology, people tend to gather
in groupsa tendency that began, as we aU know, with the
introduction of Marlboro Cigarettes. What an aid to sociability
they are! How benignly one looks upon ones fellows after puff puffing
ing puffing on Marlboro's filter that really filters, on Marlboros flavor
thats really flavorful. How eager it makes one to extend the
hand of friendship! How grateful we all are to Marlboro far
making possible this togetherness! How good not to live m the
bleak pre-Marlboro world with every man a stranger!
The groups that people live in today (thanks to Marlboro)
vary widely in their customs. What is perfectly acceptable m
one society may be quite outlandish in another. Take, for in instance,
stance, instance, the case of Ug Van Wyck.
Ug, a Polynesian lad, grew up in an idyllic South Sea isle
where the leading event of the year was the feast of Max, the
sun god. A quaint all-day ceremony was held, with tribal
dancing, war chants, fat-lady races, pie-eating contests, and, far
the grand finale, the sacrifice of two dozen maidens.
According to Ilfs folkways, sacrificing maidens was entirely
acceptable, but when, in his eighteenth year, he was sent as an
exchange student to the University of Wisconsin, he sooa
) learned that Americans take a dim view of this practiceia
Wisconsin, at any rate. The first fifteen or twenty maidens Ug
sacrificed, he was let off with a warning. When, however, ha
persisted, drastic measures were taken: he was depledged by
his fraternity. A broken man, Ug quit school and moved te
Milwaukee where today he earns s meager living sa a stein.
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end it is the finished painting,
the play, that the audience will
see, while the painter or di director
rector director hovers in the background,
smiling, satisfied.
Where should the pauses
come for greatest effective effectiveness;
ness; effectiveness; how should the stops of
exit belively or listless? What
about the gestureshow to make
thorn lifelike? How to BE tha
character!
Offstage pirouetting actresses,
bongo drumming actors and
whispered critiques of the actor actoraudeince,
audeince, actoraudeince, huddles before the
next scene these are all part
of the rehearsal of a play soon
to be presented that will bring
fire and a sweep of deathly chill
to the audience.
Lorca died a young mans
death in the Spanish Civil War.
His play will live again this
weekhis works will never die.
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freshman from Cocoa. H e ap appeared
peared appeared in Star Wagon and the re
cently completed Honor Court
film.
William, Grom, assistant direc director,
tor, director, has been active in Florida
Players for two years. Grom saw
"Blood Wedding done in New
York. He apeared in Caucasian

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Chalk Circle and in the lab pro production
duction production of Hat Full of Rain,
where he played Johnny, the drug
addict.
Frank Ranieri plays the Bride
Groom. He is a sophomore who
appeared in Right You Are! (If
You Think You Are).
Other members of the cast are:
Sally Easton, Bunny Rosenson
Bryna Williams, Bidi Stunts, Tom

Scliese, James Lang, Johnny To Toomey,
omey, Toomey, Lou Ferrris, Ron Dobrin,
Grant Marlowe, and Wayne Cobb.
.In charge of costumes is gradu graduate
ate graduate assistant Alice Lowder. She
is now working on her Ph. D in
Theatre. Miss Lowder received
her M. A. at Purdue University
and taught at Bradley University
before coming here.
Joann Helming is in charge of
lighting. Working with her are
Dick Schultz, France Hill, A1
Lewis and Betty Crowson.
Doug Fields and Mary Lois Go
sby are handling make-up.
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will be tomorrow and Thursday
night. 7:30; Friday and Saturday
8 p.m.
Tickets are on sale at the In Information
formation Information Booth across from the
Hub and will be sold through the
run of the play.
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I. D. cards.
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Chancellor Candidates
Answer Five Questions

Beaver
(Continued From Page ONE)
i Honor System, what reasons
would you give for continuing
the tradition here?
In addition to the answer to
question one, I would be bothered
by the impression that we would
give the the public at large by
scrapping the Honor Spstem I feel
the publicity wnich would neces necessarily
sarily necessarily result from such action
would lower the value of
a degree from the U of F. I am
so confident that the Honor Sys System
tem System is feasible that I dont think
we should even consider what is
suggested by this question.
3. Psychologists agree that
youth has a tendency to be a se severe
vere severe judge of its peers. Taking
this into consideration, do jr*a
think that a student operated
Honor Court la as fair in its
judgments and penalties as a
faculty committee hearing simi similar
lar similar offenses?
It can be with proper leader leadership
ship leadership on the Court. Even if my an answer
swer answer to this question were differ different,
ent, different, it is my opinion the Honor
System must be in the hands of
students.
If the function of the Court
were placed in the hands of the
faculty, I'm afraid the students
would tend to feel that they were
servants of the faculty rather than
of themselves.
4. Do you think secrecy of trial
Information is necessary or im important
portant important to the efficient opera operation
tion operation of the Honor System on this
campus?
I dont feel that it has that
much effect cm the Honor system
itself. It is my opinion that secrecy
is something the court owes the
people who appear before It as
defendants. A fundamental aim of
our legal system, as it has devel developed
oped developed over several centuries, has
been to protect those persons who
have been unjustly accused.
5. Why do you feel that you
are more directly qualified to
hold the position of Chancellor of
the Honor Court than your op opponent?
ponent? opponent?
I am not a stranger to respon responsibility.
sibility. responsibility. I support this statement
by the fact that I had a total of
18 months experience as an infan infantry
try infantry company commander, eight
months was oversea*.
I have been a defense counsel,
a trial counsellor and a member
of the Court on Army Special, or
Intermediate, Courts. There Is a
close analogy between the proce procedure
dure procedure and authority of this court
and the Honor Court.
I have worked as a newspap newspaper
er newspaper reporter and am fully aware
of the good that can be accom accomplished
plished accomplished by publicity. I feel that my
experience as a reporter will be
of a great deal of assistance to me
in presenting the case for the Ho Honor
nor Honor System of this University.
WSA Revisions..
(Continued From Page ONE)
cil to bring the number in the nom nominating
inating nominating committee to at least five.
Nomination shall be subject to ap approver
prover approver by the council. No officer
may succeed herself in the same
position.
The last amendment reads:
All actions taken by the Womens
Association shall come under auth authorities
orities authorities in this order: (1) Student
body constitution. (2) Executive
council () W. S. A. constitution
and by-laws.
Bobbie Lane and Ann Dickinson,
both sophomores, have been ap appointed
pointed appointed to judiciary committee.
New W. 8. A. reps are Nancy
Hilgendorf, Yulee; Judy Coleman,
D. G.; Eleanor Ausley, Reid;
Ann Sessions, Tri Delt; Nancy Mc-
Namara, Joanne Ferking and
Sharon Irish, off-campus and
Phebe Haven and Diane Reiter,
Mallorv.

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Pitcher
(Continued From Page ONE)
(S) Psychologists agree that
youth has a tendency to be a;
severe judge of its peers. Taking;
this Into consideration, do you
think that a student operated
Honor Court is as fair in its jodg-!
meats and penalties as a faculty
committee hearing similar often-1
ces?
Yea. I believe that a student
operated Honor Court is very ca capable
pable capable of making fair and equitable
judgments and penalties. With
my past experience on the Honor
Court, I have found two factors to
be true:
1) A student composed regula regulating
ting regulating body is much more effective
and more widely accepted and ad adhered
hered adhered to than a faculty disci disciplinary
plinary disciplinary committee, and,
2) Students themselves are clo closer
ser closer and more aware of their fel fellow
low fellow students problems. They will,
therefore, be more conscious of
the effects of thei- decisions on
the future of each student that
they come in contact with.
(4) Do you think that secrecy
of trial information is necessary
or important to the efficient opera operation
tion operation of the Honor System on the
campus?
Yes. The Honor system through
the Honor Court is created to help
students, not to see how effectiv effectively
ely effectively they can punish them. By
making trial information public
each student convicted of an Ho Honor
nor Honor Code violation carries with
him, not only a slur on his per permanent
manent permanent record and additional pen penalty
alty penalty hours, but also receives sev severe
ere severe censur* from his fellow stu students.
dents. students.
(8) Why do you feel that you
are more directly qualified to hold
the position of Chancellor of the
Honor Court than your opponent?
I feel more directly qualified
than my opponent because I have
had previous Honor Court exper experience
ience experience while my opponent has had
none. I believe it is an essential
pre-requisite that each incoming
Chancellor be thorouoghly familiar
with the operating procedures
and administrative activities of
the Honor Court.
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On Football Seating Plans

(Continued From Page ONE)
bers to a commissioners meeting
of Flavet n.
Ed Nolan stated that 'Flavet
can do the card tricks better, but
. said Cacciatore, Nolan
then went on to state that the
new plan was conceived because
of pressure from the students.
Gacciatore then attacked as a
whole a Campus Party poop sheet
sent out around Campus Sunday
night. The Campus poop sheet al alleged
leged alleged that the Banner plan, among
other things, left out 10 per cent
of the students on Campus.
. .this group tried to confuse
the students with so many facts
and figures. We thought that in
our platform we had made our
plan clear and simple, but since
the Campus Party has clouded the
issue, we are coming out with a
sheet in a few days with our de definite
finite definite plan charted. . Im sure
that this sheet will clear up any
misconceptions by the Campus
Party slander sheet, said Cac Cacciatore.
ciatore. Cacciatore.
He then said the issue and dif difference
ference difference in the seating plane of the
two parties centers around the
card section.
Do we want a good card sec section
tion section we can be proud of,* he said,
or do we want a mad rush for
good seats which will certainly
produce a chaotic and uncontrolla uncontrollable
ble uncontrollable group sitting there.

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tive council overlaj and the chief chiefexecutive
executive chiefexecutive also site e presiding
officer of the executive Council,
stated Norris.
Gives Explanation
Commenting on the fact that the
Campus Party did not co-endorce
the Benton Engineering council's
selections for candidates for Ex Executive
ecutive Executive Council poets, Norris st stated
ated stated that the Campus Party
feels that anyone who desires to
represent the College of Engineer Engineering
ing Engineering should be given the opportun opportunity
ity opportunity to have their names placed on
the ballot. Benton at present en endorses
dorses endorses all its candidates accord according
ing according to Norris.
Why isn Joe Ripley\ (Ban (Banner
ner (Banner Party presidential candidate)
campaigning more actively?
the Campus Party co-chairman
asked. He has only about 8 more
days in which to campaign in the
dorms and it is impossible to meet
every potential voter in the dorms
at this late date, stated Norris.
In conclusion Norris pointed out
that a great deal of preparation
and effort went into the Campus
Party campaign and that the
Campus Party platform is com composed
posed composed of positive planks geared
toward bettering student govern government.
ment. government.



Gator Netters to Meet Dogs
In Season's First SEC Match

Floridas varsity tennis squad will play its second match of the young season
tomorrow, when a strong Georgia club invades the Newberry Road courts at 2:30.

Hie Gator netmen opened their
dual-match competition yesterday
playing a home encounter with
Florida Southern. The results
were not available at press time.
Coach Bill Potters crew will
be up against a veteran squad to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon, as several key
players return who paced the Bull Bulldogs
dogs Bulldogs to a fourth place finish in the
Southeastern Conference Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament last year.
Potter is expected to play cap captain
tain captain Dave Shaw in number one
singles, while sophomore stars
Morrill Hay and Roy Lang should
be at numbers two and three, re respectively.
spectively. respectively.
Moser at No. Four
Junior Del Moser, last years
top singles winner, holds down the
number four position, and Lynn
Fry and Henry Cleare round out
the squad, playing at the fifth and
sixth slots.
In doubles, Shaw and Lang are
likely to team up at number one,
Hay and Moser at two and Cleare
and Fry at three.
Floridas strong freshman squad,
led by captain Jim Shaffer, Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco Montana, Art Surloff and
Bill Tym, will also participate in
the Georgia clash, playing two
singles and one doubles match.
The well-balanced frosh team
annexed their second win in as
many starts last Saturday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, downing Jax Navy in Jack-
Intramural Board
Suspends Chi Phi,
Alpha Tau Omega
Two fraternities, Chi Phi and
Alpha Tau Omega, were suspend suspended
ed suspended at a special meeting of the In Intramural
tramural Intramural Board yesterday from
all intramural athletic activities
for the remainder of the school
year.
A sophomore student was also
barred permanently from intra intramural
mural intramural competition, after the
Board of Student Directors had
spent a week of investigation con concerning
cerning concerning all three actions.
Chi Phi was dealt its suspension
as a result of unethical practices
and the misrepresentation of rec records,
ords, records, playing an independent stu student
dent student in Blue League Basketball
competition under a registered
name which was assumed.
Alpha Tau Omegas demon demonstration
stration demonstration of unsportsmanlike con conduct
duct conduct by players and spectators in
the recent Orange League Basket Basketball
ball Basketball Tournament brought about
their charge and subsequent sus suspension.
pension. suspension.
The sophomore, an ATO pledge,
whose name was not released, was
suspended for a serious and un unorovocated
orovocated unorovocated assault of an inter intermural
mural intermural official in a basketball
Time between Alpha Tau Omega
rid Phi Delta Theta on Wednes-I
rv. March 4.

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a man has to face is himself'

Men and businesses are alike in one respect, says
Gerald A. Parsons, 30-year-old marketing and per personnel
sonnel personnel development specialist. Their success de depends
pends depends to a great extent on how well they respond to
challenge. And Ive found that the biggest challenge
a man has to face on his job is not the competition of
others but the far more important one of develop developing
ing developing himself to his fullest capabilities.
During my four years with General Electric,
Ive had plenty of opportunity for self-development.
Challenging training assignments at five different
locations within the company have given me a
broader understanding of my career area. In irn
present job I have the benefit of working with ex
perta, both in establishing long-range goals and in
helping to achieve them. Ive found that working
toward future potential is vital in the development
of successful businesses and successful men.

sonville, 8-1. The local yearlings
had skunked Florida State, 7-0,
in their initial outing.
Shaffer, who won the state high
school tourney last year, copped
the number one singles match,
slipping past Navys player-eoach
Calvin Karrh, 7-5, 0-6, 6-3. Monta Montana
na Montana outstroked the Filers number
two man, Charles French, 6-3, 10-
8, while Surloff disposed of Walter
Shaw, 6-1, 6-2, and Tym mastered
Roger Beidler, 6-0, 6-3.
Mike Cullinane took the other

Seminole Swimmers Swamp Saurians, Six Standards Set
Orange and Blue to Participate in Florida Intercollegiate

By ROGER LEWIS
Gator Sports Writer
Florida States strong swim swimming
ming swimming squad, showing superior superiority
ity superiority in talent and all-around
depth, crushed Floridas South Southeastern
eastern Southeastern Conference champion
merman, 52-34, in a dual meet
here last Saturday afternoon.
It marked the second loss of
the year for coach Jack Ryans
strokers, both of them to FSU.
The Orange and Blue closed out
its dual meet season with eight
decisions on the winning side of
the ledger.
Records Fall
As was anticipated, records
fell right and left, with six stan standards
dards standards being set in the ten sche scheduled
duled scheduled events, five of them regist registered
ered registered by Seminole swimmers.
States 400-yard medley relay
team of Bucky Hiles, Jerry
Glancy, Howard Fillmore and
Carl Butler got things off to a
fast start by splashing to a
4:01.1 clocking in this event,
bettering the 1967 pool record
set by Florida at 4:02.5 and the
dual meet mark of 4:02.3 set
by FSU earlier this season.
Hiles enjoyed a thoroughly
successful day by lowering stan standards
dards standards also in the 200-yard but butterfly
terfly butterfly and 440-yard freestyle. He
shaved 1.4 seconds off of his
own meet record in the butter butterfly
fly butterfly and set a new pool record
in the freestyle event, as he
stroked his way to a 4:51.3 and
eclipsed former UF ace Phil
Drakes old mark of 4.55.8.
Florida got into the record recordsetting
setting recordsetting act in the meets most
hotly-contested race, the 100-
yard freestyle. Sophomore sen sensation
sation sensation Dave Pollock produced
a 53.8 effort in this event, one
second faster than the old mark,
which was co-owned by Gators
Bob Fisher (1956) and Bob Du Duganne
ganne Duganne (1959).
The Seminoles followed up
Pollocks standout Win by scor scoring

UF singles win, defeating Hillis
Hume, 6-3, 6-3, as Dave Whitaker
absorbed the only Gator loss in the
match, Bob Tripp winning a three threesetter,
setter, threesetter, 6-3, 3-6, 6-1.
Florida copped all three doubles
clashes, as Shaffer and Montana
teamed up to hand Karrh and
French a 8-4, 7-5 loss, Surloff and
Tym combined forces to down
Hume and Shaw, 6-4, 6-1, and Cul Cullinane
linane Cullinane and Keith Pittman outlast outlasted
ed outlasted Dale McDaniel and T. M. Me-
Griff, 6-3, 4-6, 6-3.

ing scoring three straight standard-set standard-setting
ting standard-setting wins. Glancy grabbed the
200-yard backstroke and broke
teammate Jim Wentworths rec record
ord record In the process, while Hiles

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OFF TO A FLYING START . Roy Tateishi, Gator butterfly ace, prepares to
hit the water and swim his leg of the 400-yard medley relay in the Florida-FSU
meet last Saturday. UF Breaststroker Karl Wiedamann (lower left) has just
touched home, while State star Howard Fillmore rests after his lap. Bucky Hiles
has already hit the water and is out of sigh, as the Seminoles set a new record in
the event. (Photo by Warriner)

NOTICE! Student Publications Electoral Board
meeting. 1:30 p.m., Wed., March 18, 1959, to
elect Editor, Managing Editor, Cr Business Man Manager
ager Manager of 1 959-60 Alligator and Orange Peel. Ap Applicants
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Young men such as Gerry Parsons are important
to the future of companies like General Electric and
to the growth of Americas dynamic, competitive competitiveenterprise
enterprise competitiveenterprise economy. Our nations progress will de depend
pend depend more and more upon those forward-looking
individuals who continue to develop to their fullest
capabilities during their lifetime.
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copped his 440 freestyle win,
and Fillmore bettered meet and
pool records in the 200-yard
breaststroke.
The Gators managed four wins

Baseballers Host Hurricanes
Split Two-Game Series with

Florida* fighting Gator baseballers square off against the Miami Hurricanes this afternoon at 3:00 in the
final game of a two-game set on the Perry Field diamon d.
The Orange and Blue, who met the Canes yesterda y afternoon, will rely upon the power hitting of Mickey
Ellenburg and Charlie Smith. Vennie Pent, a hard throw ing letterman lefty, is a possible pitching selection.

The Hurricanes, under the tute tutelege
lege tutelege of athletic director Jack
Harding, split a season opening
double-header with the Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville University Dolphins prior to
their Gainesville appearance.
Contreras Main Threat
Ed Contreras, a hulking first firstsacker
sacker firstsacker who swings & big bat, will

in the meet, not counting Pol Pollocks
locks Pollocks 100-freestyle decision.
Captain Dave Calkin took the
220-yard freestyle, Duganne cop copped
ped copped the 50 freestyle, and the


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threat. The 6-4, 225-pound right righthander
hander righthander boomed out seven homers
and exhibited a healthy .316 bat batting
ting batting average last year.
Other Hurricane stalwarts in include
clude include catcher Arnold Zimmerman
and third baseman Alfred Dangel.
Righthander Vic atenson is the

freestyle relay foursome of Du Duganne,
ganne, Duganne, Harold Wahlquist, Dave
Scales and Pollock stroked home
first in the final event of the
day.
SEC Champs Lose
Several SEX? champions had to
settle for low finishes behind
State greats. Diving champ
Pete Henne was no better than
third in file one-meter event, as
Curtis Genders and Bob Weber
placed 1-2. Backstroke ace Bill
Ruggie found himself in the
number three position behind
Glancy and Wentworth in the
200-yard event, and Karl Wieda Wiedamann
mann Wiedamann had a similar finish in the
200-yard breaststroke, Fillmore
and Bud Cole of FSU taking
first and second.
The only happy note of the
afternoon was to be found in a
preliminary meet in which the
UF freshman avenged an early
season loss by downing the Sem Seminole
inole Seminole Papooses, 48-38. A narrow
win in the final freestyle relay
clinched the win for the local
frosh.
The Gator yearlings, boasting
a 6-1 record, will close out their
dual meet season this afternoon
at 4:00, meeting Bolles Academy
of Jacksonville in Florida pool.
The Cadets have won seven, lost
none.
Coach Ryan must now pre prepare
pare prepare his team for another clash
with Florida State, this time
in the first annual Florida In Intercollegiate
tercollegiate Intercollegiate Swimming Champ Championships,
ionships, Championships, to be held in Talla Tallahassee
hassee Tallahassee Saturday. Twelve NCAA
vents are on the agenda, as
well as a pair of freshman relay
races.

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action against the Gators as is
soph southpaw John Lewis.
Coach Dave Fullers charges
hope to bounce back following a
4-3 loss to a strong Rollins Col College
lege College squad. The Orange and Blue
won the first of the set 9-8.
Smiths Stogie Plates
Charlie Smiths ninth inning sin single
gle single was the deciding blow in the
first contest. The big left-fielders
shot through the middle plated
speedy Perry McGriff and Bobby
Geissinger to give the Gators a
come from behind victory.
Don McCreary gained credit for
the victory, while Geissinger pac paced
ed paced a 13-hit attack with three safe safeties
ties safeties including a double. Smith
(Charlie) the smasher, McGriff,
and Mickey Ellenburg had two
hits apiece.
Sophomore Nolen Tillman poled
a four-bagger, Ellenburg slapped
a tremendous triple, and that
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batted runsbatted in, displayed power at the

Golfers Top Miami, Rollins;
Play Georgia at Home Friday
Coach Conrad Rehlings Gator golf squad claimed a
pair of road-trip victories over the weekend, downing
Miami, last Saturday, and Florida Southern,

the day before.
The Orange and Blue linksmen
played a strong Rollins squad at
Winter Park yesterday, and will
return to the friendly confines of
the Gainesville Golf and Country
Club Course Friday for a match
with Georgia.
Sophomore stroker and state in intercollegiate
tercollegiate intercollegiate champion Frank
Beard paced the Gators to their
second dual meet win in three
starts at Miamis Biltmore Links,
as he defeated Hurricane Gil
Buckingham, 2 up.
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Floridas Doug Putnam and
Miamis Jim Peace halved their
individual clash, while the UF
team of Beard and Putnam down downed
ed downed the UM combo of Peace and
Buckingham, 1 up.
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of 'Cane ace Dick Guardiola, 2 up,
but UMer Larry Solaman won

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Today;
Rollins

plate. Mike Cortese powered a
bases-empty homer for the Tart,
Identical Ending
An almost identical ending gave
Rollins the second contest in th
series, this one by a 4-3 margin.
Shortstop Ronnie Browns deep
single in the final stanza chased
teammate Ron Paiva home with
the winning marker. Paiva had
drawn a walk and advanced to
third on a single by the hard-hit hard-hitting
ting hard-hitting Cortese.
Bunky Davis went the distance
for Rollins and scattered six Saur Saurian
ian Saurian safeties. Reliefer Ricky Smith
absorbed the loss for the Gators.
The only extra-base hit was a
double by Frank Willis, the Tar
leftfielder.
Following the Miami contests,
the Fullermen will travel to the
Loveliest City an the Plains for a
pair of contests with defending
Southeastern Conference champ champion
ion champion Auburn Friday and Saturday,
opening Floridas SEC competi competition.
tion. competition.

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from George Stigger, 1 up. Aaron
and Stigger teamed up to slip by
Guardiola and Soloman, 1 up.
Willie K. Turner was the only
other Gator to lose, as John
Sjostrom took a 1 up match. Jim
Parker turned back Miamis team
captain, Paul Levack, 5 and 4.
Doubles Team Wins
Florida was not to be denied in
doubles play the entire day, as
Turner and Parker stroked past
Sjostrom and Levack, 2 and 1.
Last Friday, Rehlings crew
eased by a surprisingly strong
Florida Southern squad at Lake Lakeland,
land, Lakeland, by virtue of standout play
by Walker Cup player Aaron.
Aaron grabbed the number one
match from Southerns Joe Ham Hamby,
by, Hamby, firing a par 72, to share
low scoring honors with Mocas Mocassins
sins Mocassins Dean Refran and Charlie
Brown.