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Volume 51, Number 46

Board Bucks Totty
On Seminole Bill
Limited Publication Possible As
$3,200 Squabble Delays Yearbook
By ARLENE ALLIGOOD
Gator Executive Editor
The board of Publications turned hands down last
Seminole editor Fern Totty, leaving the 1959 yearbook
week on a $3,200 proposed over-time request submit submitted
ted submitted by stranded as to its publication date.

The 1959 Seminole was sched scheduled
uled scheduled for a May 27 delivery, al allowing
lowing allowing all students to receive a
copy by graduation.
Without the over time grant
of (3,200 there is only a slim
possibility of the printers mak making
ing making partial delivery by May 27.
This would allow graduating sen seniors
iors seniors to obtain a copy. All other
Chancellor Bill
Seen Doomed
Governor Collins chancellor
bill appears to be doomed at its
introduction as a result of heavy
opposition.
The chancellor bill was intro introduced
duced introduced in the Senate by Senators
Frank Houghton of St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg and Ed Price of Bradenton
and received a three committee
reference by Senate President
Dewey Johnson.
The bill will go before Senator
Bart Knight's Judiciary C com committee
mittee committee which is the traditional
killer committee of the State
Senate. It will also face the ed education
ucation education committee, headed by
Sen L. K. Edwards, an oppon opponent
ent opponent of the chancellor system;
and the appropriations committee
whose chairman. Sen Wilson Car Carr*arway,
r*arway, Carr*arway, is an other opponent of
the chancellor system.
Facing strong opposition from
the committees which the bill
was referred to, the success of
the bill is doubtful. Sen Harry
Stratton, another who opposes the
chancellor system, illuminated
the bills situation when he sug suggested
gested suggested that it also go before his
labor committee.

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New WSA Officers
Retiring President of the Womens Student Association, Anne Booke, Zeta Tau Alpha, (right)
notifies Sandy Dennison, Alpha CM Omega, President-elect, (left) and Cynthia Canning, Zeta Tau
Alpha, vice-president elect, of their triumph at the WSA polls.

950 COEDS VOTE

Dennison Elected
W.S.A. President
By GLORIA BROWN
Gator Womans Editor
Sandy Dennison, sophmore education major from Orlando, was
elected president of the Women Students Association Tuesday. The
former W.&.A. secretary defeated her roommate. Bunny Sunday, by
17S votes, in an election that sent more than WO coeds to the polls.

Miss Dennison is a member of
Alpha Chi Omega sohority and
nerved gs citaplin of sophomore
executive council this year.
Closest competition occurred be between
tween between the two canidates running
for sophomore representative:
Cathi Little IUC, and Judy Wink Winkler,
ler, Winkler, IUC. Miss Little topped her
opponent by a two vote margin.
Miss Winkler carried 211 votes to
Miss Littles 213 total.
High Vote Getter
Receiving more votes than any
other office seeker was Stephanie
Brodie, 2UC, candidate for treasur treasurer.
er. treasurer. Miss Brodie collected a land landslide
slide landslide oi 680 votes ti her opposing
Sd. D..T G:xman s. tn.
This proved to be the most pop popular
ular popular contest of the race. A total
of i7 women voted for treasur treasur.
. treasur. 960 for vie* president and
or president.
*hr vice president is Cindy Can-

m floiim mum

students would be able to re receive
ceive receive an issue of the Seminole
at the beginning of the fall se semester.
mester. semester.
Realizing the Impossibility of
meeting the deadline under pres present
ent present working conditions, Miss Tot Totty
ty Totty authorized the printers to be begin
gin begin over time work without
the concent of the Board of Pub Publications.
lications. Publications.
According to Miss Totty, she
was not aware that a request
must be passed by the Board of
Publications for an over time
bill prior to authorizing the prin printers.
ters. printers.
This has never been the pro proceedure
ceedure proceedure before and I was com completely
pletely completely unaware of it as the
Board did not inform me of it
until after I had given the ok,
she said.
Under the original agreements
between the Seminole and the
printers, if all deadlines for copy
were met then the yearbook
would he delivered on schedule.
Mise Totty stated she was un unable
able unable to meet the majority of the
deadlines due to complications
in her staff, and mis under understandings
standings understandings with the printer.
Secretary of the Board, George
Miller, said that Miss Totty had
neveT told the Board of the
mounting over time necessary
to get the Seminole out on time.
Speaking on behalf of the
Board, Miller said the $3,200 re request
quest request was denied as it was con considered
sidered considered unrealistic in business
operations and appeared as
a result of mis management
and poor organization.

ning, 3JM Zeta- who served as
copy editor of W.S.A.s Ooedikette
a campus guide for entering wo women.
men. women. Laura Coe, JAS, the other
residental candidate carried 429
to Miss Cannings total of 521.
Easy Win
Diane Fisher IUC, former fresh freshman
man freshman representative of W. S. A.
took over the office of recording
secretary with -n easy majority f
Bromberg, 2UC.
New corresponding secretary,
Dot Loomis, 2UC, swept in 675
votes winning easily over Tish
Britt, 2UC, who received 241 votes.
. In the competition for junior
representve Janet Perkins, 2UC,
collected 172 votes. Mary Stainton.
2UC, had 117. This result is not
yet official because of an alleged
infraction upon poop laws by
Mies Perkins.

The University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, Fridoy, May 1,1959

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U of F's First Journolism Professor
The first professor of Journalism at the University of Florida,
D. K. Armstrong, Is shown addressing the Journalism Week
Awards Banquet Tuesday night in the Hub.
TO FLORIDA EDITORS
Weimer Gives Views
On JM's Evaluation
Rae O. Weimer, director of the School of Journal Journalism
ism Journalism and Communications at the University of Florida
told Florida Newspaper editors Wednesday he wanted
to set the record straight on the consultants report on
journalism teaching.

Speaking at a luncheon for
newspaper 1 personnel during
Journalism and Broadcasting
week. Weimer told newsmen
that nowhere in the report was the
word mediocre ever used. Al Although
though Although he did not refer to the

Pork Chop Gang
Proposes Bill for
Thought Control
A bill apparently designed to
prevent public school and col college
lege college teachers from advocating
Integration in either a profev
atonal of private status was in introduced
troduced introduced this week by a Senate
group hbicd mciuues Aenair
President Dewey Johnson and
Sen. Charley Johns.
The bill provides for the fir firing
ing firing of any teacher or admini administrative
strative administrative employe of a public
school, junior college, or state
university who advocates or
teaches anything contrary to the
state constitution.
Other members of the group
are Senators H. H. Hair of Live
Oak, John Rawls of Marianna,
James Connor of ttroofcavtlie,
and Randolph Hodges of Cedar
*)
Some of this group were
among the Pork Chop Sena Senators
tors Senators who introduced a bill last
week to stop state funds to any'
school that integrates. /

Governor directly, he was ob obviously
viously obviously referring to a Sunday
news report quoting Governor Le-
Roy Collins that both Schools of
journalism at the University and
Florida State University were
mediocre, but the University of
Florida had the best chance of
being improved.
Weimer said such a report was
unfair to the faculty of the
School of Journalism of whom
he said I'll match with any
other faculty in any other school
its size.
Misrepresented
So much has been said about
the report, Weimer said, that
it has come to be known as an
inquiry. And in the publics mind
whenever you have an inquiry
of a governmental agency state
or national' there must be
something wrong.
(Continued On Page TWO)

SAE's Restricted
Until Homecoming
By 808 FERGUSON
Gator Staff Writer
SAEs lion will wear black until next Homecoming weekend to
signify that the fraternity is in mourning because of social restric restrictions
tions restrictions imposed upon it by an Interfratemity Council Tribunal last
Monday night.

The tribunal deliberated three
hours before announcing that Sig Sigma
ma Sigma Alpha Epsilon social fraternity
will suspend social activities until
Thursday, midnight before Home Homecoming.
coming. Homecoming. October 22. The frater fraternity
nity fraternity will be on social probation
until the end of the 1959-1960
school year.
The restrictions resulted from
charges presented to the Tribunal
through the Dean of Mens office.
The most serious charge against
the fraternity was several com complaints
plaints complaints made to the Deans office
by passers-by concerning actions
at an SAE house party Saturday
afternoon, April 18.
Other charges were rudeness to
a Dean who called the fratern fraternity
ity fraternity during the Saturday party
to report the complaints, unchap unchaperoned
eroned unchaperoned irregularities during the
April 16 weekend.
SAE Cooperate*
SAE Fraternity cooperated ful fully
ly fully with the Tribunal In its action,
according to Gordon Stumpy
Harris, incoming president of the
IFC.
The Interfratemity Council, ac according
cording according to Harris, maintains the
campus fraternity system as a
self-governing, self displinary
group and acts as a mediaary
between the fraternity system
and Administration.
SAE President Tom Pitcher
said, We at SAE feel the decision
is fair in every sense of the word
and we certainly want to be part
oi the fraternity effort toward
mutual cooperation for a strong stronger
er stronger IFC.
Restriction is a hard thing to
face, he added, but jf the act actions

Four Lads, Sam Donahus
Provide Frolics Music

Ripley Decides
To Bargain With
Campus Party
By JIM McGUIRK
Gator Staff Writer
Student Body President-elect Joe
Ripley, after continual statements
that he would not back down be before
fore before the Campus Party executive
Council majority, relented this
past l week stating in part,
Student government has too
much that it can accomplish.
for it to degenerate into constant
bickering for appointive positi positions.
ons. positions.
Since Sunday, when Ripley says
Bill Norris and Ed Nolan of the
Oampus Party implied that
everything from cabinet ap appointments
pointments appointments to justices of the
traffic court would be blocked
by the Campus Party majority
in the executive council politics
have been in sc turmoil.
Party lines are continually
crumbling and reforming as fac factions
tions factions constantly meet and bargain
for cabinet posts. At pres time it
was generally conceded that Rip Ripley
ley Ripley would give three or four im important
portant important cabinet positions to mem members
bers members of the Campus Party.
A questionable point is whether
there will still be the same two
political parties by the time this
paper comes out.
Tuesday night a monster 25 frat fraternity
ernity fraternity and sorority party dubbed
the togetherness Party formed
for a short time. At press time
Wednesday both the Campus and
Banner parties were alive and
argumentative.
An example of the confusion is
Ron LaFace, Phi Kapa Tau, who is
being touted for floor leader of the
executie council. Unfortuntely no
one seems quite sure whether he
will be the majority or minority
leader.
PCL Travels To Tolly
Political Science students will
meet Governor Collins on their
tour of the state capital and the
legislature Tuesday.
All PCL students and any other
student's interested in going on
the trip to Tallahassee should
contact J. E. Dovell in Peabody
Hall before 4 p.m. today. The
trip will cost $2.50 roundtrip.

ions actions of any fraternity dont come
lip to* IFC standard*, then it must
be realized that consequences
result. We hope that we, with our
black lion, can serve as a warning
example for other fraternities.
Miss UF Talent
At Frolics Dance
The five finalists in the Miss Un University
iversity University of Florida contest will ap appear
pear appear at the Frolics dance tonight
to repeat their talent routines and
to receive trophies for their part participation
icipation participation in the contest.
Warren Gre e, Journalism and
Communications major and Alpha
Epsilon Rho member, will act as
master of ceremony at the Frolics.
The queen who win be announced
tonight will receive various prizes.
Some of the prizes are: jewelry
from Libbys, a Bermuda outfit
from Donigana, cosmetic from
McCollums, a jersey blouse from
Franklins, shampoo and set from
Milady and shoes from Cooks.
U of F Athletes To Attend
Picnic at New Wouburg
The "F" club of the Univer University
sity University *< Florida will sponsor a
"stag picnic and barbecue at
the Mew Camp Wauburg Sun Sunday
day Sunday for nil athletes at the Uni University.
versity. University.
Water skiing and swimming
are an tap for recreation at the
picnic.
Bus transportation will be pro provided.
vided. provided. The picnic wIA Inst from
I T pan.

Law Day Observed
On Campus Today
By GARRY SUTHERLAND
Gator Staff Writer
Law Day U. S. A. will be observed today on the Uni University
versity University of Florida campus beginning with a speech by
ex-governor Millard F. Caldwell at 9:30 a.m. in the
Law Auditorium. Caldwell will speak on Law DayBut
What Kind of Law ?

A mock trial entirely the pro production
duction production of the Law School stu students,
dents, students, will begin at 3:30 this af afternoon
ternoon afternoon in the Law School Court
There will be a Law Day ex ex
ex
Caldwell Slated
To Kick Off
Law Day U. S. A.
Ex-governor Millard F. Cald Caldwell
well Caldwell will address & public audi audience
ence audience at 9:30 this morning in the
Law Auditorium. The topic of his
speech, commemoratihg Law Day
U. S. A., will be Law DayBut
What Kind of Law?
Caldwell was bom in Tennessee
in 1897. His educational stamping
grounds include such locations
as Carson Newman, University of
Mississippi, and University of Vir Virginia.
ginia. Virginia. He received Honary LLD
from University of Florida, Flor Florida
ida Florida State University, Rollins Col College
lege College and Florida Southern.
Caldwell was admitted to the
Tennessee Bar in "922 and to the
Florida Bar in 1925, entering the
practice at Milton, Florida that
same year.
He served Si. ita Rosa County
as Representative to the Florida
Legislature, 1929-31. Following a
six year term as Congressional
Member from the third Congress Congressional
ional Congressional District of Florida, Caldwell
was elected governor of Florida
and served from 1945-49. In 1950
he was appointed first Federal
Civil Defense Administrator, from
which position he resigned in 1952.
Caldwell was Chairman of the
National r emorg Conference
1946-47 and President of the Coun Council
cil Council of State Governors. 1946-48

Johns 'Appalled'
By Homosexuality
In States' Schools
"Absolutly app&ling were the
words used by the Legislative In Investigating
vestigating Investigating Committee (Johns
Committee) to describe the ex extent
tent extent of homosexual practices in
Floridas public ecrucational sys system.
tem. system.
In a former report the Johns
committee stated: "Some of the
states instructional personnel at
the higher educational level have
been and are recruiting young peo people
ple people into homosexual practices and
these young people have been and
are becoming teachers in the pub public
lic public school system of Florida, and
8om of them are recruiting teen teenagers
agers teenagers into homosexual practices.
"Concrete proof of homo homosexual
sexual homosexual practices of approximately
27 teachers in the public system
of one of our largest counties.
was disclosed in a report con conducted
ducted conducted over a two n onths period
by two sheriffs deputies in 1957.
The county was not named.
The committee stated that its
recent investigation at the Univer University
sity University of Florida resulted in the dis dismissal
missal dismissal of some 15 instructional and
staff members.
Unknown Students Hong
Johns In Plazs Effigy
The controversial figure of
Senator Charley E. Johns, Or Organizer
ganizer Organizer of the recent morals In Investigation
vestigation Investigation on the University
campus, was hung In effigy ear early
ly early yesterday morning from n
tree In the Placa of the Ameri Americas.
cas. Americas.
A hangmans noose encircled
the neck of the Johns dummy
and a large sign reading Char Charley
ley Charley Johns Ha* Condemned
FREEDOM here! Shall We At Atj
j Atj low It TO Die? NO! We Want
FREEDOM!! hung from the
swaying body.
Campus police were notified
and removed the dummy from
i the Plain at noon yesterday.

hibit in the Main Library.
Room.
Several months ago President
Dwight D. Eisenhower announced
the signing of a proclamation de designating
signating designating May 1, 1969, as Law
Day U.S.A. He issued the pro proclamation
clamation proclamation at the request of the
American Bar Association.
Presidents Cooperate
College presidents all over the
country are cooperating by sign signing
ing signing decrees making May 1 Law
Day on their campuses.
Traditionally, in Russia and oth other
er other communist controlled coun countries,
tries, countries, May 1 has been the time
for a display of military might,
emphasizing their government as
of force and fear.
In the United States, Law Day
on May 1, will dramatize the con contrast
trast contrast between the tyramiy of the
communist government and the
democracy of the United States
where the concept of individual
freedom and justice under the
law, not military dictatorship,
is supreme.
The Florida Bar Association an announced
nounced announced that it is making plans to
cooperate with the schools, chur churches
ches churches and organizations of all kinds
in planning for special programs.
Many Ceremonies Held
When the first Law Day U. S.
A. was observed on May 1 of last
year, an estimated 20,000 cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies of various kinds were held
in schools, courthouses, city
halls, and before clubs and or organiations
ganiations organiations throughout the nation.
President Eisenhower, many sta state
te state governors and public officials
took part In the ceremonies.
Commenting on the success of
the first Law Day U. S. A. ob observance,
servance, observance, President Eisenhower
said, "Law Day U. 8. A. stressed
the role of law in our land and
its observance had an important
impact on the nation.
First, it helper to re empha emphasize
size emphasize in the public mind that re reverence
verence reverence for the law is so vital to
a free people.
Second, it fostered respect for
our system of government under
the law.
"Finally, Law Day served to
remind our citizens of the crucial
role of law in world affairs and
the hope it offers for peaceful set settlement
tlement settlement of disputes among nat nations.
ions. nations.
Jim Alderman, ILW, is in char charge
ge charge of Law Day on the campus.
Mike Macnamee is handling the
Law Day publicity.

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Beauty and the Beast
Beauty, Barbara Whitaker, Phi Mu, leads a helping hand
to beast. Palmer Heariknea, Theta Chis candidate hi the King
Ugly contest. The contest's winner will b announced at the
Spring FroMcs dance tonight.

serving
12,000 students
at university
of florido*

Six Pages This Edition

Miss U of F;
King Ugly
To Be Crowned
By SAM SAXON
Gator Staff Writer
The music of Sam Don Donaues
aues- Donaues band will herald the
beginning of Spring Frolics
tonight at 9 oclock in the
Florida gym.
The dance is sponsored by the
Interfratemity Council' and con concludes
cludes concludes the I.F.C.s annual Greek
Week.
' Sam Donahue, the leader of
the fifteen piece band that will
play for Frolics, led the Billy
May orchestra for three years.
He broke with May in 1957 and
now hie band features members
of the old Billy May group.
The dance is informal. Ticket
will cost $3 per couple for in independents
dependents independents and can be obtained
at the door only. Fraternity men
can pick up their tickets at their
respective houses for $2.
The Four Lads of Movie, Tele Television,
vision, Television, and Capitol .Recording
fame will be on hand with their
brand of fine music.
Sing at Night Spots
The Lads are familiar fig figures
ures figures at such famous night clubs
as the Copacabana and La Vie
En Rose in New York, Ciros in
Hollywood and the Ambassador
in Chicago.
The quartet has recorded such
hits as Moments to Remember
Standing on the Corner, No
Not Much, and My Little An Angel
gel Angel all selling over a million
copies.
The group has supplied back background
ground background for many famous reco.d
stars a few are: Doris Day, John Johnnie
nie Johnnie Ray, Frankie Laine, Jill
Corey, and Toni Arden.
At the dance, the winner of
Alpha Phi Omega's search to
find the ugliest man on campus
will be crowned King Ugly and
presented a trophy and a silver
key.
As a special attraction the five
finalists in the Mias University
of Florida contest will' perform
at the dance. Immediately foll following
owing following the performance the win winner*
ner* winner* of the contest Miss Universi University
ty University of Florida for 1959 will be
crowned.
UF Home Show
Reopens Sunday
The Student Builders Home
Show, which wae seen by some
15,000 pople last week, will be open
Sunday from 1-5 p. m. for the
benefit of those who missed the
show.
The model home located in the
Westmorland Estates at 4058 NW
13th Ave. is on sale for $32,500,
according to Publicity Cahirman
Joseph A. Brown. Proceeds from
the sale will go in a scholarship
fund for the Building Construction
department.



SRA NEWS

Wesley Sets Forum
On Russian Author

By CABOU, GIBNEY
CWbr Religious Editor
All religious centers are invited
to attend the Wesley Founda Foundation's
tion's Foundation's weekly Forum Hour this
Sunday from 7 to 8 p.m. Guest
speaker will be Dr. David Stri Striker,
ker, Striker, associate professor of Eng English,
lish, English, who will review the cur current
rent current beet selling novel, Doctor
Zhivago, by Russian author,
Boris Pstemak.
Boris Pasternak, who was aw awarded
arded awarded the Nobel Prize for liter literature
ature literature and then refused it, and
hie book have stirred world-wide
interest. Dr. Stryker will ti*y not
only to review the boon but to
give -a little background informa information
tion information on this controversy.
Activities planned by student
houses this week are:
HILLEL: Election of officers
will take predominance over the
rest of the weeks activities. El Elections
ections Elections will be held this Sunday
from 10 a.m. to S p.m. and no
brunch will be served. Services
will be held, aca usual on Friday
night at 6:80.

-Th Florida Alligator, Friday, May l, 1959

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METHODIST: Forum Hour will
start at 7 p.m. Sunday preceded
by the wee-lily supper at 6.
PRESBYTERIAN: Supper will
begin at S p.m. Following the
supper the Reverend Thomas El Ellis,
lis, Ellis, minister for the Sunland
Training Center will speak on,
How the Student Can Study the
Bible.
At 4 tomorrow afternoon the
Intercultural Forum will meet a-t
the center to discuss Healing
and Self Acceptance. Guest
speakers will be John Aineley
and the Rev. Ellis.
On Monday open house will be
held to celebrate the publishing
of Gospel on Campus, a book
written by Dr. McCoy of the Re Religion
ligion Religion Department and Neely Mc-
Carter former pastor of the Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian center.
EPISCOPAL: A vestry meet meeting
ing meeting is planned for 12:30 Sunday
following the regular 11 o'clock
service to be held t the Student
center at the chapel of the In Incarnation.
carnation. Incarnation.

Jobs Available
For Students
The following are jobs avail available
able available to students through the Dean
of Mens office- Room 128 Ad Administration
ministration Administration Bldg.
FOR MEN ONLY
Chemistry Dept. Dishwasher
in Chemistry Lab.
Library- Catalogue department
must have 2.5 or better last se semester.
mester. semester.
Camp Wauberg concession
stand attendent.
Students who have passed Red
Cross lifesaving tests for sum summer
mer summer job as a lifeguard.
Entomology Pest Control Dept.
Carpentry and painting, part time
until June 1, full time until June
15 and then part time until June
80.
Pizza Pantry counter man.
Gator Recapping Qualified
salesman over 21 to work on
commission.
FOR WOMEN ONLY
College of Education good typ typist
ist typist should know shorthand.
FOR MEN AND WOMEN
Business Administration and
Economics Dept. typing cards.
Secondary Education Good
typist
Cafeteria Salad Bar Server.
P. K. Yonge typing and filing
clerk.
For further information con contact
tact contact the Dean of Mens office.
Rotary Club
Offers Fellowship
The Gainesville Rotary Club, re representing
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versity University of Florida during Journal Journalism-Broadcasting
ism-Broadcasting Journalism-Broadcasting Week observan observances.
ces. observances.
A1 Alsobrook, Jackson vile, re received
ceived received two awards from Alpha
Delta Sigma, advertising frater fraternity,
nity, fraternity, for scholarship and outstan outstanding
ding outstanding service. Alsobrook also re received
ceived received a scholarship award from
Sigma Delta Chi, professional
journalism fraternity.
Also receiving more than one
award were Geoffrey Kucera,
New Zealand, Eigma Delta Chi
scholarship, and the honors scroll
for onor* or high honors; Rich Richard
ard Richard Siefferman, St. Petersburg,
Sigma Delta Chi scholarship aw award
ard award and Alpha Epsilon Rho, com communications
munications communications fratenity, awards for
achievement in broadcasting at
IN THE DARK

Beach Generation, War
Featured at the Flicks

The Beach Generation and
World War n are featured at the
cinema this week.
Norman Mailers hard hitting
account of Wold War H warfare
comes to life via The Naked
and the Dead, the current State
attraction. Aldo Ray, Cliff Rob Robertson
ertson Robertson are the fighting men, and
Lili fit. Cyr, Barbara Nichols,
their wanton women in this serv service
ice service story.
The fate of two servicemen
adrift on a raft is the focal point
of Stranger in My Arms, op opening
ening opening Sunday at the State. Surviv Survivor
or Survivor Jeff Chandler must decide on
whether his dead buddy deserves
the Medal of Honor. As the
friends widow June Allyson in influences
fluences influences his decision. Mary As Astor
tor Astor is her ruthless mother in inlaw,
law, inlaw, and Sandra Dee is an out outspoken
spoken outspoken observer.
Wicked Waterfront
A sinful eyeful of back street
Paris is provided by The House
on the Waterfront, This foreign
import is the State feature for
Wednesday and Thursday. Jean
G&bin, Henri Vidal and a bevy
of beautiful girls give the viewer
an adult tour.
Damn Yankees the zestful
baseball musical, is the State
midnighter for Saturday. As the
devils delightful disciple, Gwen
Verdo vamps a young major
leaguer (Tab Hunter).
The Internal Revenue Depart Department
ment Department gets a run for its tax money
in a sprightly comedy, The Mat Mating
ing Mating Game, now at the Florida,
Debbie Reynolds charm and
Paul Douglas home made brew
wipe out the resistencs of tax col collector
lector collector Tony Randall.
Teen-age Gidget
Gidget, opening Sunday at
the Florida, presents the trials
and tribulations of a teenage girl
trying to crash the Beach Gen Generation.
eration. Generation. Learning to surfboard,
Sandra Deen earns the respect

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the University; and George W.
Corrick, Jacksonville, Sigma
Delta Chi scholarship award and
the Respess achievement award
for service in advertising.
Sigma Delta Chi scholarship
award was also won by Alfred
Olsson, White Plains, N. Y. Fred
Smith, Flint, Mich., received the
Sigma Delt Chi citation for
achievement.
Theta Sigma Phi, honorary wo womens
mens womens journalism fraternity, re recognised
cognised recognised three outstanding wom women
en women students in journalism, adver advertising
tising advertising and communications. Re Reeiving
eiving Reeiving citations were Pat Mur Murphy,
phy, Murphy, Ft. Lauderdale, journalism;
Eleanor Werber, Tampa, adver advertising;
tising; advertising; and Ruth Dyer, Tampa,
communications.
Roger Gilmore, Deland, receiv received
ed received the Elmer J. Emig award
for promise of future contribu contribution
tion contribution to the state.

of Cliff Robertson and his pleas pleasure
ure pleasure seeking group. But its hard harder
er harder for Dee to get James Darren
to notice her in this diverting
summer movie.
Take the warmth of Marty
add the earthy humor of The
Rose Tattoo, and you have The
Black Orchid. This Florida fea feature
ture feature for Wednesday and Thurs Thursday
day Thursday stars Anthony Quinn as a
widower seeking another wife.
H decides on Sophia Loren, the
widow of a gangster, but Quinns
daughter causes trouble.
The House n Haunted Hill,
with Vincent Price as the host
of a hor*ror haven, is due soon
at the Florida.

Weimer Views JM Evaluation

(Continued From Page ONE)
He then read the consultants
recommendation to the newsmen
and asked them to judge for
yourselves the recommendation
made by the visiting consultants.
Some of the findings revealed
by the report showed that the
committee said the instruction
at the University School seems
stimulating and vigorous in
most of the classes. . and
with some exceptions particul particularly
arly particularly in advertising, there was
little evidence of similar spirit
and quality at Florida State Uni University
versity University :
UF >s Superior
Our unanimous conviction,
the report said, Is that in terms
of student participation in class classroom
room classroom and the interest manifest manifested
ed manifested by student* in course content
the University of Florida teach teaching
ing teaching is definitely superior.
Before reading the Teport of
the consultants, Weimer review reviewed
ed reviewed breifly the history and growth
of the University School of Jour-

SOCIALLY SPEAKING

Frolics Tops Big Weekend

Bgr GRACE HINSON
Spring Frolics is highlighted ns
the Greek* get together for the
biggest weekend of the semester
beginning today! Daytona Beach
tubing parties and a variety of
bands will be featured.
The Greeks participated in
Greek Week activities all week
long.
The KAs and ATO's will com combine
bine combine forces for the weekend start starting
ing starting today with a cocktail party
from until 5 p. m. at the KA
for dancing. Tomorrow the KAs
and ATOs will floa* down lafa lafatucknay
tucknay lafatucknay Springs on a tubing par party.
ty. party. Floating along with them will
be a band for entertainment. The
dancing will resume tomorrow
evening at the ATO house.
Plantation Ball Rose this year
is Janet Bebis. Rose buds are
Jean Harrison, Kay Neilson, Dee
Miller, and Emily Johnson. Bob
Kent and Tom Reghette received
scholarship honors, and Merrit
Stainton was named outstanding
pledge t Plantation Ball fesitivi fesitivities.
ties. fesitivities.
The SAEs are wearing black.
Veo HI is wearing black. All ov over
er over campus Greeks are express expressing
ing expressing sincere feelings of sympathy.
Last weekend was the Theta
Chi Parent's Weekend. Tours and
entertainment were pointed to toward
ward toward the parents enjoyment.
Johnny TiUotson and his band
furnished music. Officers for the
coming year are Bob Kremier,
president; Lawson Spare, vice
president; Joe Vaatine, secretary;
Ronald Acree, treasurer; Clay Clayto
to Clayto Garett, pledge marshall. Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday evening the Alpha Chis
were entertained at a social. Fro Frolics
lics Frolics at the Theta Chi house *lll
feature the "Blue Notes to tonight
night tonight after the big band at the
gym goes home. Tomorrow the
Theta Chis will have their an annual
nual annual "Go To Hell party with
music by the Calhoun Brothers
and songs by a surprise name
singer.
The Kappa Deltas recently
honored ther new initiates at an

nalism which this week is cele celebrating
brating celebrating its tenth anniversary.
He stressed the interest of
the School in providing graduates
with a breadth of academic ex experience
perience experience and pledged coopera cooperation
tion cooperation with Florida Newspapers in
meeting the highest objectives of
training.
Nelson Poynter, Editor and
President of the St. Petersburg
Times, spoke briefly of the need
for an intern journalism labora laboratory
tory laboratory to bridge the gap between
theory and practice.
Mai com Johnson, managing ed editor
itor editor of the Tallahassee Demo Democrat,
crat, Democrat, began afternoon sessions
with a discussion of legislative
reporting, noting the state Sen Senate
ate Senate has a distorted interpreta interpretation
tion interpretation of the Constitution in closing
doors to newsmen for executive
session.
Johnson described the proced procedure
ure procedure as "sugar coating for secret
sessions, when I suspect what
they are really doing is legisla legislative
tive legislative business.
V. M. Newton, managing editor
of the Tampa Tribune, led a two

hour discussion of secrecy in gov government.
ernment. government. Newton, national vice
president of Sigma Delta Chi,
professional journalism fraterni fraternity,
ty, fraternity, also spoke at the Sigma Del Delta
ta Delta Chi Founders Day Dinner.
Hits Apathy
In the afternoon session, New Newton
ton Newton told his audience that apath apathetic
etic apathetic newspapers have kept the
public from knowing what their
public officials are doing. He
said the growing veil of secrecy
in government is sounding the
death knell to freedom and is
laying the bedrock for a dictator dictatorial
ial dictatorial goverment I the future.
He saM ah alert aggressive
press, demanding the right to
know, is the publics greatest in insurance
surance insurance against the growing cur curtain
tain curtain of secrecy on all govern governmental
mental governmental levels.
The dally newspaper is the
biggest and busiest market place
in the world, students were told
at Florida Daily Newspaper day,
third topic of discussion at Jour Journalism
nalism Journalism Broadcasting Week.
Staffers of the Bt. Petersburg
Times told the story of the Sun
Coast newspaper at morning ses sessions.
sions. sessions.
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initiation breakfast. The Best
pledge of 18M award was given
to Pam Armstrong. The scholar scholarship
ship scholarship award was presented to Car Carolyn
olyn Carolyn Dart for attaining the high highest
est highest average in the pledge class.
The KDs were entertained at
the Pike house Wednesday night.
The BETA'S Will Travel To
Daytona
This is Beta Rose Weekend.
Activities will start a£ 4:30 with
& "tea (S.2> party on the new
patio built courtesy of brother
Miss Myras Cooley, *0 year
old soph, from Brookville, Md.
Phi Kappa Taus 19W Dream
Girl.
Bob Pitelka. At 6 p.m. the Betas
and their dates will enjoy the
exquisite cuisine of master chef
Ron Sara&jian. At 9:30 the Betas
will start rocking to the sounds
of the Lovetone s seven piece
band from Orlando. Early tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow everyone will head for the
white sands of Daytona Beach.
Accommodations are at the Prin Princess
cess Princess Isena Hotel. A beach party
will be in progress until sun sundown.
down. sundown. After dinner the gang will
retire to the pool for the annual
diving contest. Hammer Ward
will return to defend his title
with Wayne Synstad and Jack
Jung supplying tough competi competition.
tion. competition. From then until Sunday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon there will be a succes succession
sion succession of parties at the cottages.
Appawamis should win the trophy
for the best party. Entertainment
will be provided by Charley, the
caretaker, Sunday the weekend weekenders
ers weekenders will return to Gainesville.
The Chi Phis plan to spend

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tomorrow in the quaint old city
of st. Augustine. A beach party
and a tow of the scenic points
are on the days agenda. Tom-
Trow night the Oh Phis will have
a "Gambling Party with decor decorations
ations decorations straight from Haroida
club in Reno, Nevada. Music for
the weekend wil be provided by
the "Rhythm Walkens from
Waycihss, Georgia. Recently the
Chi phis elected these new offi officers:
cers: officers: Alpha Mike Young; Beta
Eddie Donn; Gama, Gordon
Morefield, Delta .Shel Jackson;
Epsilon, Carl Bennett; Zeta,
Steve Hager.
Petunias for the DG's
The DGs were presented a
huge bouquet of petunias Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday evening after the Bigs "Pick
the Petunias from Around the
Anchor party. egg} Bostic,
Sigma Ohi Sweetheart, received
the flowers at Tuesday evening s
ceremonies.
The Snakes will march right
down to the Gym tonight for the
Frolics dance. Tomorrow a tub tubing
ing tubing party on the Ishtucknay is
planned. A Streets of Cuba par party
ty party with Lawyer Smith and his
Florida A and M band will be
held at th e Sigma Nu house to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night. The Sigma Nus
chose Jean Haesecker as Sigma
Nu Queen and Key Friend. Jean
Garcia. Nancy Wakefield and
Arva Moore as members of her
court.
AEPi gets the weekend under underway
way underway with a banquet tonight at
the Park Lane Cafeteria. After
the gym dance Jumping Jack Jacksons
sons Jacksons sextet (from Tally) will en entertain
tertain entertain at a "Nightclub party at
the house. Tomorrow AEPi will
picnic at Camp OLean State Park.
Events will be concluded at No.
2 Fraternity Row with Mike Woif Woifsons
sons Woifsons Collegiates end recording
artists, the Chanteers featured at
a dance. ;
This afternoon from T til t #
the Phis win throw a cocktail
party to start off their Frolics.
After the party they will attend
the dance in the gym. Tomorrow
night a "Cowboy costume party
is planning to follow the tubing
party in the afternoon. Ralph
Bailey and his all Ph, Delt band
will be featured for entertainment
and music at the dance.
Pivam Frolics wil! begin this
afternoon with a cocktail party.
| A banquet at the Hub win pre prei
i prei cede the big dance.



Ride The Night Train To Exile

TOM ELLIOTT AND
ROBERT RANDALL
In April, 1948, a young Czecho Czechoslovakian
slovakian Czechoslovakian huddled on top of the
speeding International Express
out of Prague, fleeing his com communist
munist communist oppressed native land.
Just eleven years later that refu refugee,
gee, refugee, Geoffrey ucera, is studying
for his masters '"gree in educa education
tion education at the University of Flori Florida.
da. Florida. He was graduated in Febru February
ary February from the School of Journa Journalism
lism Journalism with high honors.
Geoffrey wag forced to flee
Czechoslovakia only a few weeks
alter the Communists took over
that country. A part time law
student at Charles University in
Prague, he had been working as
a newspaperman, and had belong belonged
ed belonged to the Czech rade union for
journalists. Following WWII the
countrys reporters had backed
the governmental formation of this
trade union, their aim being the
improvement of journalistic stan standards
dards standards and ethics.
But leaders of the union soon
sided with the Reds who were
then coming to power. I rebelled
against the leaders of the associa association
tion association who took orders from the
Communists, Georffrey relates.
I even succeeded in getting my
local union to vote against our
officials who had endorsed a high
Communist official.
Within 24 hours after the Com Communists
munists Communists finally took charge of the
government Geoffrey, along with i
about 100 Czecl writers, was no-1
tified that he could no longer be-j,
long to the journalists union. And!
since he couldnt belong to the

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union, this meant automatic dis dismissal
missal dismissal from his newspaper job.
Troubles multiplied for the en entire
tire entire Kucera family. Geoffreys fa father,
ther, father, editor of a Prague newspa newspaper,
per, newspaper, had written an editorial crit criticising
icising criticising the socialist government
for the drastic postwar drop in
coal production. Like Geoffrey,
the elder Kucera lost his job.
Geoffreys brother, a printer, suf suffered
fered suffered a similar fate.
Geoffrey and 'is brother de decided
cided decided to try to escape the country
which was really theirs no long longer.
er. longer. But even though he knew he
was in trouble with the party,
their father didnt want to leave
his native land. |
We had to talk hard to con convince
vince convince our mother and father that
they must leave also, says Geof Geoffrey,
frey, Geoffrey, but after my father es escaped
caped escaped to Paris he learned through
friends that he had been tried in
absentia and sentenced to 18
years ard labor by the Commun Communists.
ists. Communists. Then he was very glad he
had left the country.
Geoffrey and his orother bought
a ticket from Prague to the West
German border. It vas night as
the train neared the border, re relates
lates relates Geoffrey. We left our seats
and forced open a small door in
the vestibule connecting two cars.
I climbed up on the roof of the
train while it was going very fast.
My brother crawled underneath
the train.
Far more than four hours
much of the time spent at a bord border
er border station while guards searched
the train the brothers remain remained
ed remained in their hiding places. Their

capture could have meant either
death or slave labor in a uranium
mine in Czechoslovakia where
would be escapees were often
sent.
Luckily, in the first few days of
the new Communist regime bord border
er border inspections were not as stiff
as they later became. After the
train had started again and was
some distance inside West Ger Germany,
many, Germany, the brothers climbed back
into the train and bought tickets
for a trip to the French border.
As they neared the French bor border
der border the brothers took up their
hiding places once more. This
time Geoffreys brother was not
so lucky. He was caught by Amer American
ican American military police and detained
for three days.
Geoffrey rode the train on to
Paris. Here he was later joined
by his parents, who managed to
walk across the Czech border, and
by his brother. The whole family
went to work in a factor/ in Paris
because jobs were so hard to find
says Geoffrey.
Som months after arriving in
Paris, Geoffrey was sentenced to
six months in jail plut a 5,000-
franc fine for entering France il illegally.
legally. illegally. Kucera had not even
known he was being tried until
he heard of his sentencing.
But things were very confused
in Paris at that time and the ju judiciary
diciary judiciary vas slow, Geoffrey re recalls.
calls. recalls. So while my case was be being
ing being reviewed I decided it would!
be a good time to emigrate to
New Zealand. Fortunately the
French judiciary hadnt thought
of notifying the gendarmes of my
sentence, and no one tried to stop
me when I left.
He arrived in New Zealand in
1960. There he met his wife to tobe,
be, tobe, another Czech refugee. The
Kucerag later became citizens of
New Zealand.

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Job Hunting Grads Helped By
University Placement Service

If youre a senior and worried
about your future, stop annoying
Albert the Gator, long enough to
saunter across the street, to the
University Placement Office.
Theyll fix you up.
J Take the case of the philosophy
'major who graduated last semes semester.
ter. semester. Now, who hires philosophers
today when you can climb down
any old manhole and find a dirty,
homespun philosopher ready
made? Nobody? Through the Uni University
versity University of Florida Placement Ser Service
vice Service this philosopher got one of
the highest paying jobs of any
graduate who has loped off cam campus
pus campus carrying a bachelors degree.
He was placed in the electronic
data processes blanch of a firm.
Now you may not be a major in
philosophy or a minor in mathe mathematics
matics mathematics as this lucky graduate
was, but the University Place Placement
ment Placement Service can help you, too.
The placement service is housed
in the south end of building H
across the street from Alberts
domicile. One side is flanked by
a bulletin board carrying little
pink notices that offer fabulous(?)
salaries for fabulous graduates.
Actually the service is an em employment
ployment employment office but free to the
graduates and alumni of the Uni University
versity University of Florida. It acts as a
clearing house for student job ap applicants
plicants applicants and potential employers.
It setas up interviews for grad graduates
uates graduates and companies, solicits still
other companies to come on cam campus,
pus, campus, keeps a file of a graduatess

preferences and aptitudes, and
then notifies hiir when it receives
a job opening.
Your chances of getting a job
through the University Placement
Service are very good. The place placement
ment placement service does not believe in
compiling statistics about what it
is doing and has done to the de detriment
triment detriment of actually carrying out
its purpose-siphoning graduates
into johs on the outside. But,
Maurice E. Mayberry, placement
'officer, estimates, We bat over
.500. Hie odds are two to one in
the students favor.
Mayberry said the job situation
has improved over last year and
almost regained the position in
effect before the National reces recession.
sion. recession. There axe more jobs than
graduates, according to Mayberry
but the companies are more selec selective
tive selective this year. A degree in itself
is not enough to assure a grad graduate
uate graduate a job. And for the next few
years the companies will continue
to be choosy.
As it is now, Mayberry said,
the university's placement service
can place a larger proportion of
graduates in relation to other
schools. The service has also
helped to channel graduates into
jobs overseas, but many of these
were foreign students. On the
whole, job opportunities for Am Americans
ericans Americans abroad axe relatively
scarce.
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its activities from approximately
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as factors which should be con considered
sidered considered before salaries.
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Earthquake Hunter
Turns To Hurricanes

By MARVIN LUTZ
With earthquakes and tremore
usually geographically confined to
the west coast and the Far East,
I wasnt enthusiastic as I entered
the engineering building in search
of a seismograph. It was Friday
the 17th and I was on an assign assignment.
ment. assignment.
There is a seismograph in the
engineering building. Write a fea feature
ture feature story. I must have studied
that slip of paper for more than
an hour. What could be less in interesting
teresting interesting than the fact that there
is a seismograph in Florida where
earthequakes are nonexistent? And
I had to featurize the lousy fact.
Whats worse I had to make the
feature appeal to student interest.
Students, for the sake of the
great god of feature writing, be
interested. There is a seismo seismograph
graph seismograph In the engineering build building.
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This, I grant, is only interest interesting
ing interesting so far as you have a taste
for subterranean explorations, but
I near about flipped when I was
told this particular seismograph
was used for tracing hurricanes.
Imagine that.
It seems that a seismograph is
not only sensitive to earthquakes,
but will record any violent thrash thrashing
ing thrashing of the earths surface. What
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It appears as though Gov. Leoy
Collins* Chancellor Bill is destined
to be still-born. With the opposition
by many of the State Senate leaders
as well as three powerful Senate
committees, it seems highly unlikely
that the bill rearranging the hier hierarchy
archy hierarchy of the state university system
stand a change of surviving.
And its good that the bill will be
defeated.
As proposed by Gov. Collins, the
aystem would set up a Chancellor
who would be in charge of all state statesupported
supported statesupported universities in Florida. The
billrwhich does not clearly delineate
just where the duties of the chancel chancellor
lor chancellor would fit in with those of the in individual
dividual individual university presidents and the
Board of Controlhas been introduc introduced
ed introduced several times in previous legislat legislative
ive legislative sessions but has failed to gain
sufficient support.
Opposition to the renewed pro proposal
posal proposal varied. University of Florida
President J. Wayne Reitz is against
the bill because, among other rea reasons,
sons, reasons, it would create another layer
of bulky bureaucracy in the state
university system. Most of the Sen Senate
ate Senate oppositions seems to stem from
fear of increased centralization of
power in the executive branch of the
state government.
All of these arguments have some
validity.
But the most important objection
to the chancellor billone that was
touched upon by Dr. Reitz in his
statement to the press last Sunday Sundayis
is Sundayis that it would place the control of
funds and other important adminis administrative
trative administrative matters in the hands of a man
who by necessity, would be too far
removed from the day to day opera operation
tion operation of the individual universities.

IN AND AROUND

Not 1984, But Still Thought Control

By DAVE LEVY
Former Alligator Editor
Investigation* of the Florida
faculty, attacks by Sumter Low Lowry
ry Lowry and other bits of bad luck
have plagued the Florida facul faculty
ty faculty this year. A bill introduced
in the Florida State Senate this
week makes things worse.
The bill, described in a leng lengthy
thy lengthy front page article in the
Gainesville Sun. is designed to
make it a criminal offense for
any instructors in the states
schools to favor anything which
is "contrary to the etate con constitution.
stitution. constitution.

This propos proposcd
cd proposcd pJaB seems
Am to be ops
T a f h r sh r f
B sigrieH TO wee weeh
h weeh Integra
ti o n pro h-
If ,f m I,p initial
effects wouM
N> to silenor
i |j|f anyone who fa-
f 1 ?P' vr *red Integra Integration,
tion, Integration, since seg segfc
fc segfc relation is still
supposedly a part of the Florida
state constitution.
The bill though, is limited just
to integration talk. It would bar
any professor or instructor from
speaking out not only in the
classroom, his supposed private
sanctuary, but out of the class classroom
room classroom as well. His private ac actions
tions actions and thoughts wouid thus
come under a dark sc rutin tv
by the police officials of the
"Sunshine State.
Isnt it remarkable that such
a Gestapo like bill should be
Introduced in the Florida Sen-

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Keep the Control

ate. Even more remarkable
that legislator* Should want to
turn back from 1959 to the days
when people Who thought differ differently
ently differently were burned at the stake.
The introduction of this bill is
no joke, and is not to be lightly
dismissed. It has the firm back backing
ing backing of Floridas progressive
Pork Chop Gang that group
which has consistently refused
to recognize the legitimate de demands
mands demands of the more populous
areas in the state. The bill,
was introduced by such stal stalwarts
warts stalwarts as Senate President Dew Dewey
ey Dewey Johnson, the famous Charlie
Johns. H. H. Hair of Live Oak
and other intellectual giants.
These legislators have had
the gall to introduce one of the
worst types of thought control
devices I harve ever heard of.
They would curtail the actions
and free speech of a major seg segment
ment segment of Florida citizens, name namely
ly namely the educators of children. Ed Educators
ucators Educators who are supposed to
teach their charges with the
principles of fair play, free
the right to think and act
differently, and the other prin principles
ciples principles which have made this
country a bastion of democra democracy*
cy- democracy*
*
What atfe these professors to
tel] their students when the
state's senatorial leaders have
introduced a bill bo muzzle free
thought? A bill which is remin reminiscent
iscent reminiscent of the Gestapo and the
goosestep. of Joe McCarthy and
the early days of Richard Nix Nixon?
on? Nixon?
I dont think Governor Col Collins
lins Collins would sign such a law. and
therefore I doubt whether this

Already the university president
must thrash out his budget with the
Board of Control before it is pre presented
sented presented to the legislature. A chancel chancellor
lor chancellor would undoubtably be but an another
other another obstacle' in the path between
the fund-needing and the fund-award fund-awarding
ing fund-awarding bodies. And, if the duty of fight fighting
ing fighting for the funds were taken from
the president and given to the chan chancellor,
cellor, chancellor, it would most likely result in
less attention to the individual needs
of each institution.
The man directly connected with
the needs will always fight harder,
with better results, than another man
who is more removed regardless of
the latters ability or interest.
There is also the criticism among
some groups that too much of a uni university
versity university presidents time is monopol monopolized
ized monopolized by financial matters, therefore
not allowing him the time for other
important academic duties.
This is a very valid point, but the
answer lies in a rearraingment at the
individual university level rather than
in a super-controller to be placed over
all state schools. The problem could
be alleviated in several ways by
giving either the top financial or top
academic duties to another top. ad administrator
ministrator administrator at the university. The
president, of course, would remain
at the top of the universitys admin administration,
istration, administration, but would thereby be re relieved
lieved relieved of much of the routineleg routinelegwork
work routinelegwork of one of the two related but
sometimes antagonistic areas of res responsibility.
ponsibility. responsibility.
But whatever is done to aid the
president in is duties, leave it at the
university level. For only in this way
will the university itself be aided to
the fullestL.F.

bill will ever see the light of day.
But the bill is so un-American
that it is unthinkable that any
Americans couM support its
passage.
The purpose of the bill is, of
course, designed to stop inte integration
gration integration talk. But would it atop
there? It could force a man to
examine the many portions of
the Florida constitution, many
of them outmoded, before it
could be ascertained what a
man could speak on.
Furthermore, the bill as re reported
ported reported by the Gainesville Sun
seems so vague that it could
even haunt the legislators them themselves.
selves. themselves. And if we succeed in
putting the muzzle on the pro professors.
fessors. professors. who is next? The stud students
ents students who have the privilege of
attending state univesities and
who can therefore be silenced
by state law? 1
Luckily, the Supreme Court
justices a>re still alive and heal healthy
thy healthy in Washington. They would
no doubt frown on anybody
"varying with the Federal Con Constitution.
stitution. Constitution. thus holding such a
statute mill and void.
* m
It is reported that the bill to
establish a chancellor in Flor Florida
ida Florida will be defeated because of
the large number of the Univ University
ersity University of Florida graduates sit sitting
ting sitting in the State legislature.
Therefore, there should be en enough
ough enough Florida graduates to .dll
a bill which would have the ef effect
fect effect of muzzling their former
teachers.
Every student, and every per person
son person in Florida who believes m
fair play should join in the bat battle
tle battle to kill this bill. Write to your
senator and representatives.
Write to the legislators of this
district. Senator Emory (Red)
Red) Cross and Representatives
Ralph Turlington and Osee Fa Fa,
, Fa, H they vote for the bill,
they should be held accountable.
Students can serve a useful
purpose in areas not involved
solely in campus politics and
distribution of football seats.
Blue Key claims the mantle of
campus leadership let it speak
out tmless all of its time is go going
ing going to plans to entertain the
Pork-Chop gang at next year s
Homecoming.
Everybody, talk, write, act.
Some of us need vocal support
on this matter. Or are you too
busy. Frolicking to give a holy
dam about the faculty on this
campus. Lets let the senators
know that at least some of us
are opposed to thought control
and Nasi tactics.
Those Into rested
Are Cordially Invited
To Attend The
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
Campus Organisation
Mootings
Sundays At 6:45 P.M.
Florida Union
Auditorium

Friday, May 1, 1959

'No, He's Not Running for U. M. 0. C,
He Just Looks That Way'
<
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Throws More Fuel on Flame
Os Heated Reedy Squabble

An open Letter To Mike Key
Your letter m the Alligator
was interesting, if not enlighten enlightening.
ing. enlightening. You weTe concerned about
an attack on Representative
Reedy of Lake County, though
not concerned enough to notice
who attacked him. It was not
the Alligator. The attack was
made in a letter to the editor
and signed by me.
You were disturbed because
the Alligator has taken sides
in the integration issue. Any
newspaper that does not take a
stand on an issue that is as in intrinsically
trinsically intrinsically important to its com community
munity community as integration obviously
is to ours is not only failing to
exercise its rights but is indeed
neglecting its duty. However,
the Alligator has been more than
fair in presenting conflicting
views in its "Letters to the Edi Editor
tor Editor columns. It has in
fact published letter* concern concerning
ing concerning segregation written by a per person
son person or persons unknown which
were not only abusive, but about
which there can be serious
doubt as to whether or not the
writer is a student here.

Ytou said that you had sound
reason to believe that the North
has a very warped picture of
the South today. What is
your reason? Why didnt you
give it? Instead of a reason you
gave two quotations from the Or Orlando
lando Orlando Sentinel. Surely you real realize
ize realize that if all that was needed
to prove or disprove a hypothe hypothesis
sis hypothesis was two opinions from the
general citizenry that within a
few hours and within the city
of Gainesville I could prove
that evolution did not exist,
that the United States should
immediately stop foreign aid to
everyone and have nothing
further to do with the rest of
the world, that space travel
was impossible and that stu students
dents students were wasting their time
by going to college.
You wrote, "Note that Reedy's
plan has no direct concern with
integration. Reedy wrote
an article for* the Orlando Sen-,
tinel about his plan. He said,
". . I was asked what Florida
could do to maintain segrega segregation.,
tion., segregation., To this question, I replied
that the Southern states should
band together and appropriate
$1 million e&ch, and put it in-

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to a fund for the Voice of the
Southern States.
Concerning Sheriff Willi* V.
McCall of Lake County. Mr.
Peters article (in December,
1958 issue of Cornet Magazine)
seems well written and informa informative.
tive. informative. He has named the sour sources
ces sources of much of his information
and they are available. If his
sources are correct, then your
statement that Any Lake Coun Countian
tian Countian can see the obvious mis misinformation
information misinformation in the report is
absurd.
I do not consider the remain remainder
der remainder of your letter worthy of
comment.
Donald P. Cruse.

Reader Dislikes Jazz Views
Os Columnist Corrigan

Editor:
For some reason jazz has
been elevated to the importance
of being chosen as subject mat matter
ter matter for a column in the Alliga Alligator.
tor. Alligator. I approve. But must the
columnist be so defini definitive?
tive? definitive? There are after all rather
good reasons for not agreeing
with him on what is beet in
present day jazz; on where the
listening should be.
In the first place there is
some obvious trickery in his
column, and some (intentional?)
vagueness of language. What
is the essence, the feel, the
meaning and beauty of jazz?
Hazy terminology at best; but
if he is refering to contemper contemperary
ary contemperary observance of the basic at attributes
tributes attributes of the jazz tradition,
how then can he possibly ehoose
the Folk Singers as his per personal
sonal personal favorites?
I wont bother to quarrel with
Jack Mahers foolish trifold di division
vision division of present day jazz, but
the folk quality of Giuffre and
the Folk Singers is based on
th e Anglo American ba 11 ad
tradition not Negro folk mu music.
sic. music. Is the columnist unaware
of the West African folk tradi tradition
tion tradition and its perpetuation in mo modem
dem modem jazz? Jazz js, I believe, an
evolving awareness of the artis artistry
try artistry involved in eleborating on a
basically folk tradition. IfGiuf IfGiuffire
fire IfGiuffire et al want to blend differ different
ent different folk traditions in their im improvisations
provisations improvisations (a thing that has
occurred quite often in the hia hiatory

THE WIRELESS

Oh No, Another 'Remember When' 1

By CUFF ARQUETTE
Hey. remember hey your
first date when you took out
your very first girl (or boy de depending
pending depending greatly on your hor hormone
mone hormone balance) I remember. It
was last Saturday.
Os the most exciting events
leading to this great moment,
going to the damsels house and
meeting her sires seem unusual unusually
ly unusually to be the most menacing
I had a date
I with a lass of
extraordinary
means whose
parents owned
the entire state
of Vermont, all
the air over
Texas and all
the Alaskan
hunting rights.
They lived in a
small 400-room
-2 bath (filthy
rich) Winter home in Vermont
. called the Bagdad Hilton, so
called as a contraction of the
girls pet name for her mother
and father (bag and Dad).
Mr. Patso, the girls father
and owner of this vast wealth,
went to all extremes to make
his guests feel right at home.
First there was the de-lousing
station and chlorine pool used to
thoroughly disinfect all filthy

SOUNDS

A Few Odd Things Noticed Lately

By RICHARD CORRIGAN
Odd things around campus
lately.
Oh, but first, I am heading
a fund collection drive to send
our KKK letter writer to Pop Poplarville,
larville, Poplarville, Mississippi. Destiny
calls him there, and it is our

tory hiatory of jazz) thats fine, bat
lets not call It (tie essence etc.
of jazz.
In dismissing the others.
Mr. Corrigan takes for m mstance,
stance, mstance, Erroll Gamer, Dave
Brubeck and Ahmad Jamal
and then goes on A insult
this third group by saying that
these geniuses technically
are commercial and their
music has a supper club ring.
But these three artists are not
the whole of the others cate category.
gory. category. Why doesnt Mr. Corrigan
mention the cool school? Jack
Maher does. Did Mr. Corrigan
purposely omit Lenni e Tristano
and his students because they
were too difficult to deal with?
A far as the realist group grouping
ing grouping is concerned, I agree that
their search is necessarily li limited
mited limited and that they are new
interpreters of recent music,
but I cant understand why the
essence of jazz is to be found
among these particular musi musicians
cians musicians and not in men like Wil Willie
lie Willie Dennis, Warne Marsh or Len Lennie
nie Lennie Tristano.
The final dig at classical un unity
ity unity in Mr. Corrigans column
is completely meaningless
There is less unity or logical
construction in the extended solo
playing of Brubeck or Jahmal
or, for that matter, Gamer
than there is in one solo for three
choruses by the early Son Sonny
ny Sonny Rollins.
MARVIN LONGTON

outsiders. Next was the infir infirmary
mary infirmary where all were treated
with Schick and Waseermann
tests. I entered just as a little
girl ran out shouting, Look
mom, no cavities!
Mr. Fatso was so rich that
you didnt even have to ring
the chimes to bring someone to
the door. A butler did it for you.
I entered the house on a me mechanized,
chanized, mechanized, moving carpet that
carried me into the master den.
The Patso's were wniling away
their time by knitting and
watching television. Mr. Pat Patso
so Patso was knitting a tarpolin to put
on his airfield for rainy days.
Mrs. Patso was sitting on the
mantle throwing live mice to
her pet boa constrictor and
watching television.
Hello Mr. Patso, I inter interpolated.
polated. interpolated.
Who you callin' fatso,
crumb? he snapped as a gi gigantic
gantic gigantic knitting needle imbedded
itself between Mrs. Patsos eyes.
Twang!
Thats enough of that! Mrs.
Patso whimpered in falsetto as
she crawled into her ebony cof coffin.
fin. coffin.
Sorry I lost my temper boy.
Sit down shut up, Patso said.
Im here to pick up Chesnea
for to take her on my first date
and hers.
Just make sure you dont take

sacred duty to see (hat he
makes the pilgrimage.
Just send your donations to
HATE
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Florida Union
Now then, on to the odd
things. The other day I was
walking past that new church
. they are building when I saw
1 a guy nailing something to the
door. I went up to have a loocc
and there were 90 grievances
listed on a piece of paper. I
dont enow what it was prob probably
ably probably union negotiations or some something.
thing. something.
Then that night I was going
into the library when some
clown next to me insisted on
showing all of his books to the
checker at the door.
Youre not supposed to show
me your books on the way INTO
the Library, the checker said.
Just when you come OUT.
But I might be bringing con contraband
traband contraband books into the Libra Library.
ry. Library. This guy said. These
books might advocate the vio violent
lent violent overthrow of the govern government,
ment, government, or free love, and you
would be responsible.
Then the next afternoon the
Century Tower bells were play playing
ing playing Peace in the Valley. This
was all right, but then the bells
went right on over Into Lone Lonesome
some Lonesome Traveler.
Inside Alberts den I saw a
chunky old man with a white
heard westling with our beloved
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my little Chauncey. .
Chesnea, I corrected.
Yah, Chesnea. Make sure
you dont take her ta no road
pouse sorta drink an make sure
yer in early by 9:30.
Have not the least of fears,
oh wise one, we will return
much before tomorrow morn morning
ing morning at 9:30.
I mean 9:30 PM EST tonight,
funny man. he grunted and
pulled the knit needle from be betwixt
twixt betwixt the eyeballs of his spouse
with a resounding POP. Have
a drink?
Well maybe just a little one.
Ha! he leered as he handed
me a case of I. W. Harper,
you drink, lush, so*! Make
that 8:30, stead a mne. How Howabouta
abouta Howabouta big cigar?
Well maybe just a little one
I re-rephed.
You SMOKE too? he stat stated
ed stated flatly as he handed me some
papers and a bag of Bugle.
Make H 7:30, stead a eight.
But Sir, I said in mock dis dismay,
may, dismay, Its eight oclock now
and six ie your point!
Get out of this house. he
said, infuriated, you should
have been in a half hour ago!
I left.
Like I said before, my first
date was really last Saturday
and there isnt anybody that
rich in Gainesville ... ie there?

I heard the old man say. but
I went out too far.
Over in the Hub, an aesthetic
looking guy was telling some of
the Hubniks about spring fever.
April ks the cruelest month,
he said, which I thought ex expressed
pressed expressed flie whole thing pretty
well. i
That afternoon I was out at
Cowperfs Lake riding a white
turtle around, chasing the spot spotted
ted spotted fishes. A muskrat swam up
and asked to see my passport, i
told him I didnt have one. He
asked me who the devil I
thought I was, riding a turtle
around without a passport
without even a parking decal.
Do you come from far away,
the muskrat wanted to know.
No sir, I said, just a few
leagues away.
You college punks think
youre pretty smart, dont you
he said. Now beat it.
So far this entire column has
meant nothing art all. But ad admit
mit admit it, anyway. And the things
that mean nothing at all are,
actually, the greatest things.
Whenever you complicate some something
thing something with a purpose, it loses
whatever values it may have
had.
The oddest things around
campus are the things that have
no meaning at all that people
try to make mean something. It
is all a hailstorm of nothingness
but no one will admit this.
Which makes it worth laugh laughing
ing laughing at, anyway.
Hello out there.
TODAY & SATURDAY
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Sigma Nu # Alpha Gamma Rho Cop Greek Softball Crowns

'Snake-Bite'Hurts Teps
In Orange League Finals

Powerful Sigma Nu parlayed another superlative
performance by Bobby Barnes, their softball Jack-of Jack-ofsll
sll Jack-ofsll trades, to decisively defeat Tau Epsilon 'Phi 8-0
*nd capture the Orange League softball crown.

me vicwry ennoiea me onuKes
to carry home their fourth trophy
of the current intramural cam campaign.
paign. campaign. Previous title* were re recorded
corded recorded in track, shuffleboard, and
basketball.
Bamee, a lanky right handed
ipeedballer, hurled his second no nohitter
hitter nohitter and fanned seven Tepmen.
The Sigma Nu ace allowed only
two baserurmers, one coming via
an error.
The Snakes scored early on a
walk, hit batsman, and an error
to take a commanding 3-0 lead
after the first inning.
Puraoff Plagued
Mike Pursoff, the Lavender
and White fast bailer, hurled
creditably for the loeers, giving
up only two hits. WUdnees and
errors plagued the plucky Pur Pursoff
soff Pursoff throughout.
Sigma Nu caved the roof in on
the Tepe in the fifth frame, com combining
bining combining three errors, two walks,
two solid hits, including a home homerun
run homerun by Dick Korbly, and a mis misunderstanding
understanding misunderstanding of the rules, to
post five runs on the scoreboard
and capture the contest going
away
The Snakes gained the finals
by defeating Phi Delt 13 2, SAE
l-o and Kappa Sigma 4-0,
to capture their bracket and then
edged & powerful Delta Tau Del Delta

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ta Delta nine 1-0 in the semi-finals.
Teps Blank Sigma Chi
Hie Tepe rvived a three-way
bracket tie by whitewashing Sig Sigma
ma Sigma Chi 2-0 and slamming SPE
11-5. Mike Rubin was the key to
the Tep victories and he received
ample support from Dick Jac Jacobs
obs Jacobs and Howie Rosen
The Tepmen had originally de defeated
feated defeated the Sig Eps 5-4 and PKA
14-1 before falling prey to the Sig Sigma
ma Sigma CSiia 10-8 The Sig Epe forced
the bracket into the tie by de defeating
feating defeating 8X
The following outstanding Or Orange
ange Orange Loop softball players have
been recognised for their super superior
ior superior play in the intramural league.
Pitchers Lead List
Leading the list are the three
strong arm pitchers, Sigma
Nus Bames, SAEa Ed Thread Threadgill,
gill, Threadgill, and Delta Tau Delta : s Glen
Hollimen, who gave the league
*'big time' softball hurling
Other Snakes recognised by the
Westbrook and Larry Khapp
while two more Delta, Charlie
Pike and Sam Rampello are also
included on this dream squad.
Others on the list include Ros Rosen,
en, Rosen, Rubin, and Jacobs of the
runnerup Teps. A1 Novick of A AEPi,
EPi, AEPi, Lanny Watson of Sigma
Chi and Clyde Butz of Kappa
Sigma

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Snakes won the game, 84). (Gator Photo)

B.S.U. Cops Off-Campus Handball

The Baptist Student Unions
fine Handball team took the
measure of the Wesley Founda Foundation
tion Foundation Wednesday, to cop their
second trophy of the year in
Off-Campus action.
Strength in the singles teams
of Langford and Johns gave
B.S.U. the edge as they eked
out a slim 2-1 margin. Play
was close in the first singles
game, with Langford having to

Page 5

AEPi Strokes to Semi-Finals
In Orange League Golf Play
By SCOTT ANBELMO
Gator Sports Writer
Medalist play soars to the forefront of the fraternity intramurals
picture this afternoon as semi-finalists square off at Gainesville Golf
Club for a chance at the coveted duffer's title of 1969.

Orange league returns are still
incomplete as the winner of the
Sigma Nu Sigma Chi match
hadnt been decided by press
time. The victor will engage po-

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play all three games of the set
to decision Russ Beamann of
Wesley.
In the doubles department,
the strength was all Wesleys,
as the brothers team of Roy
and Berry Levine swamped the
B.S.U. team of Veet and Jones,
21-4, and 21-0.
On their way to the finals, the
Baptists found it necessary to
blunt the edge of both C.L.O.

werful AEPi at 4:10 p.m.
SN Stomps KA
Sigma Nu stomped to its cur current
rent current position via a convincing win
over Kappa Alpha. Still untest untested
ed untested Sigma Chi attained its cur current
rent current spot by drawing a bye.
AEPi outlasted a sturdy Kap Kappa
pa Kappa Sigma squad and went on to
clout the Pikes, who had byed
first round action. Bob Abt and
Lennie Grossman provide AEPis
main threat on the links.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Phi
Delta Theta will meet in the
other Orange encounter. Both
aggregations byed their first
round games. SAE out putted
Tau Epsilon Phi and Phi Delta
Theta squeaked out a hard-earn hard-earned
ed hard-earned decision over a strong Sigma
Phi Epsilon outfit by two strokes.
Blue League Action
A curious situation developed
in bracket One of Blue League.
Both Beta Theta Pi and Ph i
Gamma Delta have yet to trod
the greens. Previous wins recor recorded
ded recorded by these two teams were
forfeits.
Plenty of action was featured
in the second bracket, however,
as Theta Chi and Phi Kappa Tau
steam rolled their opposition. The Theta
ta Theta Chi forced D.U. to concede
after the fourth hole and pro proceeded
ceeded proceeded to Shellack Pi Kappa Phi.
Phi Tau decisively downed Lamb Lambda
da Lambda Chi after drowning a first round
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and Georgia Seagle, Off-Cam Off-Campus
pus Off-Campus powerhouses. Again it was
the singles teams of Johns and
Langford who bought the vic victory
tory victory for Baptist, with wins over
Hines and Blackman of Co Cooperative.
operative. Cooperative.
The Georgia Seagle team,
fresh from three consecutive
trophies in FVxAball, Softball
and Golf, proved themselves no
match for the spirited play of
the third place Baptists. Again
it was singles which proved
too much for B.S.U.s oppon opponents,
ents, opponents, as Johns and Langford
scored again.
Second place Wesley, al always
ways always strong in Off Campus
play, took the measure of both
Luthern and the Newman Club
behind the fine play of the dou doubles
bles doubles combination of Ray and
Berry.
Lopez, too, proved the man
to beat in these games, as he
took the edge over Etterman
of Luthern and Barrett of New Newman,
man, Newman, in singles play.
Two sports remain now for
the Off Campus stalwarts,
with Wesley and Seagle th
most likely candidates to take
home the final victors trophy.

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AGR's Plow through Pi Kaps
In Blue Loop Diamond Finals

By BAJUVXY KAPLAN
Gator Sporta Wilton
Alpha Gamma Rho, behind the steady four-hit hurling of Joel Smith, downed
Pi Kappa Phi Wednesday, 5-1, to cop the Blue League softball, crown.

Hie AGRs prrlayed single
markers in the first and third
frames and % three run fifth
Inning in chalking up the impres impressive
sive impressive victory.
Bemie Lester cracked out two
base hits and drove in two runs
to pace the AGR batsmen. He
also scored two rims as did team teammate
mate teammate Elmo Shropshire.
Bobby Durdens fine play at
shortstop cut off many would wouldbe
be wouldbe Pi Kap hits -.t crucial stages
of the contest.
The Pi Kaps scored their lone
tally in the third frame when
Tom Valentino lead off with a
single, advanced to third on Ben Benny
ny Benny Stones on* bastr, and scored
on Dave St an fortha ground out
Errors Costly
Stanforth. tha Pi Kaps mound
ace, allowed the victors five bing bingles,
les, bingles, but was the victim of three
costly errors by his teammate*.
On their drive to the cham championship
pionship championship the AGRs outslugged
second running Beta Theta Pi,
10-9, by talying seven run* in
the last two innings, to gain a
stirring, com* from behind
victory.
Lester paced the victors again
with a double and a single, while
Terry Jones and Bob Voaloh
chipped in with two base knocks
each so the Betas.
Bracket 1 ended regular play
with a stand off between league
leading Phi Kappa Tau, Beta,
and AGR.
Each Compile 11 Marti
Each had compiled a 2-1 over overall
all overall mark, before AGR downed
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the second place Betas for ths
bracket championship.
They had wadsd through such
worthy opponents as Bata, 10-3,
Phi Tau 8-3, and Theta Chi, 44).
However, in the latter contest
the AGRs failed to furnish an
umpire, which is an infraction
of Intramural rules and cost them
a forfeit to Theta Chi.
Hie fin* play of Lester and
Durden, along with the steady
pitching of Smith, combined to
provide the impetus behind the
AGR attack.
The Pi Kaps tamed the right
to compete in the championship
tussle by routing Delta Upailcn,
14-1, tha latter being the kingpin
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In this one Dunforth allowed
the DUs but one single, while his
teammates blasted out eight
safeties including five extra base
hits.
The PI Kapa emerged the
champs of Bracket ID by routing
Delta Chi, 11-4, tripping up PSK,
11-0, and breesing by TKB, 4-0.
Delta UpsUon gained Bracket
n honors by virtue of wins over
Lambda Chi Alpha, Phi Gamma
Delta, and Delta Sigma Phi.
Only two more sports remain
on the murals slate with golf and
swimming coming up next. Phi
Kappa Tau holds a TO point edge
over second place Beta Theta Pi
as the murals year Is rapidly
drawing to a close.



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Cagers to Play 20-Game Schedule;
Hurricane Tourney Added to Slate
The 1959-60 University of Florida basketball schedule was an announced
nounced announced recently by Athletic Director Bob Woodruff.

The Gators, coached by John
Mauer, open with Tampa, Dec. 2,
and close with Georgia, Feb. 27.
The schedule includes 20 regular
season games along with the Hur Hurricane
ricane Hurricane Basketball Tournament in
Miami, Dec. 28-29.
Coach Mauer will start out the
season with a nucleus of eight re returning
turning returning lettermen. Those expected
to see much action in the coming
season, are: centers Bob Sher Sherwood
wood Sherwood and George Jung; forwards
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Frank Etheridge, Bob Shiver and
Walt Rabhan; guards Tommy
Simpson, Paul Mosney and Lou
Merchant.
Date Opponent Site
Dec. 2 Tampa Home
Dec. 5 FSU Home
Dec. 7 Fla. Southern Home
Dec. 12 Georgia Athens
Dec. 15 Stetson Home
Dec. 19 Miami Miami
Dec. 28 Hurr. Tour. Miami
Dec. 29 Hurr. Tour. Miami
Jan. 2 LSU Baton Rouge
Jan. 4 Tulane New Orleans
Jan. 9 Auburn Home
Jan. 11 Alabama Home
Jan. 14 Miami Home
Jan. 29 Kentucky Home
Feb. 1 Tennessee Home
Feb. 6 Alabama Tuscaloosa
Feb. 8 Auburn Auburn
Feb. 13 Mississippi Oxford
Feb. 15 Miss. St. Starke
Feb. 20 -Vanderbilt Home
Feb. 22 Georgia Tech Home
Feb. 27 Georgia Home

Vital SEC Series on Tap;
UF Tops Vol Nine Twice
By HARVEY KAPLAN
Gator Sports Writers
Floridas high-flying baseballers put their eight-game
winning streak on the line this weekend when they
journey to Atlanta to face a strong Georgia Tech nine
in a crucial two-games series.

After downing Tennessee, 16-0
and 8-2, last Monday and Tuesday,
the Gators upped their league leagueleading
leading leagueleading Southeastern Conference
mark to 7-1 and their overall rec record
ord record to 12-5.
The Yellow Jackets, currently in
the runnerup spot in the eastern
division race, were the last team
to down the Orange and Blue, as
they outscored the Gators 12-4
last April 4. They are just two
games off Floridas front-running
pace.
Coach Dave Fuller will call
upon the services of his two ace
righthanders, Ray Oestricher and
Jerry Nicholson, to go against the
Engineers, in hopes of strength strengthening
ening strengthening the Gators hold on first
place in the division.
In last Mondays 16-0 rout of
the Volunteers, the Fullermen
sprayed 15 hits all over Perry
Field, and came up with an eight eightrun
run eightrun sixth inning, to mark a sea season
son season high for Florida.
Smith Twirls Three-Hitter
UF hurier Rickey Smith need needed
ed needed little support as he limited the
Vols to three safeties, while fan fanning
ning fanning nine. The sophomore right righthander
hander righthander thus posted his first win
of the campaign, as opposed to a
single loss.
Every regular in Fullers line lineup
up lineup hit safely at least once, Dale
Landress leading the parade with
three base wallops.
Timely swatting by leftfielder
Charlie Smith knocked across four
runs, while Don Fleming account accounted
ed accounted for three more. In addition,
Smith, -a senior from St. Augus Augustine,
tine, Augustine, turned in the fielding gem of
the day when he raced to the
fence in left field and made a one onehanded
handed onehanded grab of Gene Masseys
long drive.
In Tuesdays 8-2 conquest of the
Tennessee invaders, Don McCrea McCrearys
rys McCrearys steady seven-hit pitching per performance,
formance, performance, combined with Flem Flemings
ings Flemings long-ball hitting, gave tile
Gators their eighth straight vic victory
tory victory and McCreary his second di dicision
cision dicision of the season.
Fleming Belts 2nd Homer
Fleming, Florida football cap captain,
tain, captain, walloped his second round roundtripper
tripper roundtripper of the year and poled a
long double which missed clearing
the fence by five feet, good for a
pair of runs-batted-in.
Smith, who likes to hit in the
clutch, batted across two more


SEC STANDINGS

EASTERN DIVISION
Conference All Games
W. L. Pet. W. L. Pet.
Florida 71 .875 12 5 .706
Ga. Tech 7 $ .700 11 4 .733
Auburn 5 3 .625 10 8 .556
Kentucky 6 4 .600 11 7 .611
Georgia 7 S .467 10 11 .476
Tennessee 2 6 .250 4 6 .400
Vanderbilt 110 .091 410 .286

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runs with a sharp single.
The Fullermen fattened up their
batting averages against die out outclassed
classed outclassed boys from Knoxville. In
two games with the visiting Vols,
Florida rapped 26 base knocks
good for 24 runs. This impressive
hitting spree left the UF with six
regulars batting above the .300
mark and boosted the team aver average
age average to a remarkable .305.
6 Gators Over .300
Those with averages exceeding
.300 are Perry McGriff, .387; Bob Bobby
by Bobby Geissinger, .348; Mickey Ellen Ellenburg,
burg, Ellenburg, .347; Paul Booher, .333,
Fleming, .321 and Landress,
.304.
Even more significance was the
sudden rise in several of the Gat Gators'
ors' Gators' batting averages. A prime ex example
ample example is that of team captain,
Geissinger, who just four games
ago was hitting a mediocre .269,
and now has raised his slate
almost 80 percentage points. Flem Fleming
ing Fleming also was batting at a .268 clip
until his recent success.
Although C. Smith claims but
a .242 batting mark, this fails to
take into account timely clouts
which produced 18 RBls, tops for
Florida in this department, in the
home run category, Ellenbur'g
leads with three, while McGriff,
Smith and Fleming have belted
a pair apiece.
Oe*tricher Paces Pitchers
Oestricher continues to pace the
Orange and Blues mound crops
with & 4-1 slate, while Nicholson
claims two wins and no defeats.
A trio of Gator hurlers ar e bat battling
tling battling it out in the eariied-run-av eariied-run-average
erage eariied-run-average department. Bobby Shiver
has a 1.50, Rickey Smith & 157
and Vennie Pent is at 1.69.
Coach Fuller had high praise
for the outstanding all-around play
of Geissinger. The Miami senior
has always been well-respected
in the SEC as top-flight fly flychaser,
chaser, flychaser, but it has only been of
late that he has been able to come
through with prowess at the plate.
Another Gator whose perform performance
ance performance has not gone unnoticed is
that of sophomore backstopper,
Booher. The St. Petersburg pro product,
duct, product, in addition to swinging a: hef hefty
ty hefty bat, has shown a great deal
of desire and hustle at the catch catching
ing catching post since he crashed into the
starting lineup In the middle of
last March.

WESTERN DIVISION
Conference All Games
W. 1* Pet. W. L. Pet.
Mississippi 6 2 .750 12 4 .750
Alabama 5 3 .625 5 4 .556
Miss. State 5 6 .455 10 9 526
La. State 5 7 .417 IS 14 .481
Tulane S 6 .333 4 7 .364


... THEN THE RIGHT ONE WILL ...
... Rightfielder Don Fleming
Netters to Meet Hi-Hatters
In Match at DeLand Today

Floridas varsity tennis squad, seeking to improve
on its dismal 8-7 record, travels to DeLand today for a
dual match with Stetson.

Coach Bill Potters crew white whitewashed
washed whitewashed the Hi Hatters early
last month, sweeping through all
singles and doubles matches with without
out without dropping a set.
The number one singles match
will likely feature Gator captain
Dave Shaw, provided he has over overcome
come overcome a sprained wrist, and Stet Stetson
son Stetson ace Tim Catlin. Shaw downed
Catlin 6-2, 6-1 the last time they
met.
If the Hatters employ the same
lineup they used previously, Flo Floridas
ridas Floridas number two man, Morrill
Hay, will play Fort Hammond
while teammate Roy Lang will
match strokes with Stetsons Bob
McArthur. UF number four play player
er player Lynn Fry should meet Bem Bemnie
nie Bemnie Sloan, while Gators Del Mos Moser
er Moser and Henry Cleare should play
against Jeff Read and Bill Rus Russell,
sell, Russell, respectively.
Shaw, Fry vs. Catlin, Hammond
In doubles, Shaw and Fry will
team up to play the number one
Hatter combo of Catlin and Ham Hammond,
mond, Hammond, while Hay and Lang should
see action against Sloan and
Read, and Moser and Cleare
should meet Russell and McAr McArthur.
thur. McArthur.
Coach Potter wall likely take
along team member Bemie Fried Friedman,
man, Friedman, who played at the number
five position last year, and work
him into some doubles matches,
provided Florida clinches the
match in the singles.

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Through last Saturdays Georgia
Tech match, sophomore standout
Lang is still leading the team in
singles wins, with a 12-3 slate.
Moser and Fry are close on his
heels, with respec ve records of
11-4 and 10-5. Shaw is just a step
behind, with nine wins, six losses.
Hay, Lang Tops ta Doubles
In doubles play, Hay and
Lang came through with a con convincing
vincing convincing win at Georgia Tech last
weekend and claim more wins
than the other two UF combos.
The soph duo has captured sev seven
en seven Wins and lost two matches.
The number three team of Mos Moser
er Moser and Cleare have taken six
wins while Shaw and Fry have
come out on top five times. Both
have dropped & pair of matches.
Next week the Gators will ven venture
ture venture to the campus of Mississip Mississippi
pi Mississippi State, in Starkville, Mississi Mississippi,
ppi, Mississippi, to prepare for the upcoming
Southeastern conference Tourney.
Florida will warm up for the
conference event by playing a
pair of dual matches with Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi State and Louisiana State
next Tuesday and Wednesday.
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Seminoles Host Thinclads
In AAU Meet Tomorrow

Coach Percy Beards Gator thinclads, thirty-strong,
travel to Tallahassee tomorrow, to compete in the an annual
nual annual Florida AAU track and field championships.

Many of the Southeasts pres present
ent present and former track gTeats will
perform in the one-day meet
set for Florida States track.
Field events are scheduled to be begin
gin begin at 6:30 p.m., with running
events getting underway at 7.
The meet is open to register registered
ed registered amateur athletes in Florida
and other states. Since there will
be only one class of competition,
freshman, varsity and former
collegians will be vying against
one another.
UF To Wrestle FSL
The Orange and Blue, with a
2-3 dual meet record, figures to
be the chief threat to wrest the
team championship from host
FSU, the defending state titlists.
Several outstanding entries are
expected to compete, including the
ageless Buddy Fowlkes of Atlan Atlanta,
ta, Atlanta, the former Georgia Tech
great, who holds Florida AAU
records in the 220-yard dash (21.5
seconds) and broad jump (23 feet
11 Inches.)
Archie Vickers, former Gator
standout who hold Floridas var varsity
sity varsity record for the broad jump
(24-1%) is expected to give Fowl Fowlkes
kes Fowlkes a run for his money in this
event; and Henry Wadsworth, the
Gator star who last year set
a Southeastern Conference fresh freshman
man freshman record in the pole vault
with a height of 14 feet, four
inches and had high jumped 6-4-
%, will be able to show his wares
tomorrow, even though he was
ineligible for varsity competition
thi* year.
Conley: Two- Mile Ace
Other standouts scheduled to
participate include Mike Conley,
former FSU distance ace who
holds the state AAU two- mile
mark (9:55.6) and current Sem Seminoles
inoles Seminoles Jim Castel and Charlie
Nye, AAU record holders in
the 440 yard dash (43.0) and

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Who will ever forget that
time? The whole town turned
out .. well, maybe not the
whole town... to ee little Bob Bobby
by Bobby Collegebound off to the
University. There he was in
his hand-stained bucks ...
pleatless khakis . and his
varsity sweater. (Badminton
1,2,3,4.) Sonja... ah, Sonja,
his homeroom sweetheart,
sobbed quietly. Sonja had
heard stories about the co-eds.
She was worried.
As the Toonerville local
pulled in, another small cry
was heard. It was Bobbys
mother. Who will look after
him? Who will warm his milk
and care for his shirts? Then
came the unforgettable reply.
Bobby, head high, shoulders
back, answered ... "I will!
I will wash my shirta. Ah,
mart boy. Hell make the
grade. Gone was the callow
adolescence ... for Bobby
Collegebound had bought Van
Heusen'VantageShirts with
hie allowance. No longer need
he be tied to Mothers apron.

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880 yard run (1.56.5), respect respectively.
ively. respectively.
Nye will have to be on his
toes to keep up with Florida star
Ron Allen, a former national jun junior
ior junior college 880 champion, who
set a new varsity record in the
half-mile this spring with a 1:54.5
clocking.
The UF's top timber topper,
Tommy Michels, will seek to con continue
tinue continue an undefeated status in
both hurdles events which he has
enjoyed through Florida's; five
dual meets. Michels tied the
AAU high hurdles record of
14.8 against Auburn last week
and equalled the low hurdles
mark of 23.7 against Georgia
Tech.
Hale To Totss Spear
Other current Florida trackmen
entered are John Hale, who set
a new varsity record in the jave javelin
lin javelin with a 203 foot, nine inch
toss last Saturday; Art Foster,
who owns the SECs second best
broad jump at 22-9; Bill- Ever Everett,
ett, Everett, Jim Beaver and Stan Mit Mitchell,
chell, Mitchell, who are expected to pick
up points in the weights;
Captain Don Lucey, Tommy
McEachem and Ellis Goodloe in
the dashes; Harry Allen in the
440; Dale Patten in the mile;
Bobby Fuller and Jack Huenne Huennekens
kens Huennekens in the two- mile; Mike
Gent in the high hurdles, pole
vault and high jump; and Jules
Elliott in the javelin.
The Baby Gators, paced by
Bill Lcwenstein, Cliff Seigel and
Walt Buettner, should pick up
a few points. Lowenstein cur currently
rently currently has the fastest 440 time
in the SEC for freshman, and
ranks second in the 220. Seigel
also excels in the 220 as well as
in the century dash. Buettner
is the leading discus thrower
among SEC yearlings this spring.

His all cotton Van Heusen
Vantage Shirt* need not be
ironed. Bobby Collegebound
could wash his Van Heuaen
Vantage Shirts himself ..
and in a matter of hours they
would be ready to wear. Day
after day ... far from home
. . Bobby would sparkle at
college in hia Van Heusen
Vantage all cotton, wash
and wear, no-iron shirts.
Now, Sonja cried hyster hysterically
ically hysterically . "Ive loet him for forever.
ever. forever. With all that free time
in thoee handsome shirts, hell
be the target of every girl on
campus. If only I had passed
bookkeeping I could have
gone, too.
Aa the train pulled away.
Bobbys mother faced east
and said .. ."Thank you, Van
Heusen Vantage, for being
like a mother to my son!
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