in the nation
Volume 52, No. 10
Hits Govt. Military Releases
As Building False Defense Picture
The American people are not getting the true picture
of the defense posture of the United States relation to the*
Soviet Union, according to Missouri Sen. Stuart Syming Symington.
ton. Symington. \
Symington said the Soviets are
already in a position of strength
militarily and are launched on a
road to match and pass the Uni-
For 1960 Annual
More money will be needed for
printing a bigger and more
colorful yearbook, Dennis Keegan,
Seminole editor, announced to today.
Keegan said he plans to ask I
the Executive Council for $2,500.
He noted that his money could be
taken from a fund of seven thous thoussand
sand thoussand dollars that resulted from
unpredicted profits last year.
This is the fiftieth yearbook at
the UF and I feel that the golden
anniversary edition should be
something special, Keegan said.!
He reported that many students j
had expressed a desire for more
color in the Seminole. Keegan
said this demand has caused him
to plan for twenty pages of color
instead of the twelve pages used
Keegan noted that this extra
color and other special plans
would cost an additional $2,-
600 which would require the ap approval
proval approval of the Executive Council.
Seven thousand yearbooks will
be printed this year, Keegan an announced.
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First Place Winner
PI Kappa Alpha look first place in the Orange League division for this house decoration fea featuring
turing featuring five tigers on stools in a semi-circular circus tent with a Gator ringmaster. One Tiger was
trained to jump through the hoop in the center.
Pikes Win Sweepstakes Trophy;
"Tiger Tail" First In Parade
An oversize automotive relic dragging a huge tiger by the tail capped first place parade honors
for Pi Kappa Alpha, in the Orange League and cl inched the winning of the Homecoming sweepstakes.
Won by Sigma Nu in 1958, the
Silver Trophy was given to the
Pikes for outstanding participat participation
ion participation in Homecoming events.
The Pikes also came through to
win another first with their house
decorations showing Tigers be being
ing being put through their paces by a
gator ringmaster in a circus
Gator Past. Female and Pres Present
ent Present depicting UF history, receiv received
ed received second place honors in Growl
skits, for Pi Kappa Alpha.
A 55 foot rocket aimed at
a balloon holding a basketful of
Tigers won the Ist prize for The Theta
ta Theta Chi in the Blue League house
Tigers Come Clean In a Gator
Machine was the catchy slogan
aiding in wanning the decorations
award for the Tri Delts in the So Soxity
xity Soxity League.
Georgia Seagle got first for
house displays in the Independent
League, with the Baptist Student
TJnion taking second prize.
Tolbert Area in the mens and
Rawlings for the women's were
the winners in the dorm decora decoration
tion decoration competition. c
Dean Hale, Dean Hale, Ive
found another bottle! amused
Growl audiences and helped win
first prize in skit competition for
Pi Lambda Phis satire entitled
Captain David and Goliath, or
Don't Knock the Rock. ADPi ear earned
ned earned third with their Alumni Ca Capone
pone Capone Story.
A beautiful float featuring a
wan captioned Stairway to tbe
he FLORIDA ALLIGATOR
ted States economically.
The Senator spoke to a room
-filled with leading state and nati national
onal national politicians *>t the annual ban banquet
quet banquet of the Florida Blue Key.
Floridas junior Senator George
Smathers introduced the 58-year 58-yearold
old 58-yearold contender for the 1960 Presi Presidential
dential Presidential nomination.
Symington said. Frankly I
dont like the looks of our defense
posture. Russian armies are
i large, modem and mobile. Ours
I are small, not modem and not
| mobile. Underseas the Russians
are four times larger.
In the air we are even except
in the long range bombers, but
they have leap-frogged the bom bombers
bers bombers and are ahead in missiles.
What wories me is that the A American
merican American people arent being told
these things, Symington added.
Above all, the Senator said, the
U. S. must deal with the Russians
from a position of strength and
not of weakness.
Faireloth The Toastmaster
Earl Faireloth, a former presi president
dent president of the student body, now a
Miami attorney, was toastmaster.
Six UF faculty members were re recognized
cognized recognized for outstanding work in
their fields. They were:
Raymond Brown Becker, profes professor
sor professor of dairy husbandry; Alvin P.
Black, research professor of che chemistry;
mistry; chemistry; Coleman J. Goin, profes professpr
spr professpr of biological sciences; William
Graves Carleton, professor of poli political
tical political science; William A. Nash,
professor of engineering mech mechanics;
anics; mechanics; and Thomas Pyles, profes professor
sor professor of English.
Stars was the winner for Phi
Gamma Delta in the Blue League
parade competition. "Land of the
Gatoz a takeoff on the Wizard of
Oz was Kappa Deltas winning en entry
try entry in the Sorority League.
General Division Winners
More poor Tigers being fed in into
to into a cement mixer was the scene
on the Student Contractors &
Bldrs. Assn. Parade float which
won them top .honors in the Gen General
eral General University division. The For Forestry
estry Forestry Club float bearing the omin ominous
ous ominous warning of Taking Seriously
Some Homecoming Fun won se second
cond second prize in this area.
Second and third place winners
Gator spirit will receive an add added
ed added boost at the pep rally schedul scheduled
ed scheduled Saturday across from the Hot Hotel
el Hotel Ralston in Columbus, Georgia.
The half-hour rally, led by the
Gator band and the cheerleaders,
will begin at 9 a.m.
Following the rally, doughnuts
and coffee will be served in the
hospitality room of the hotel.
Orange and blue ribbons and
name tags will be distributed. A
local alumni committee, hosts for
the event, will ask a charge of 25
cents per person.
The Fighting Gators will leave
the hotel for Auburn at noon, and
wi enthusiastic send-off is plann planned.
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Missouri Senator Stuart Symington, left, and Florida Senator George Smathers nad nothing but
kind words for each other during speeches following this exchange at the head table at the Florida
Blue Key banquet.
Faculty, Students Working
To Help Student Government
A big school does not have to be impersonal.
This is the key-note of the stu student
dent student government evaluation com committee
mittee committee headed by Dean of Men
Lester L. Hale. He said their pur purpose
pose purpose is to get better representa representation
tion representation in student government for all
I feel that we can retain the
good elements of a small school
in House decorations were: Oran Orange
ge Orange League, Delta Tau Delta, sec second,
ond, second, and Phi Delta Theta, third.;
Blue League-Pi Kappa Phi, sec second
ond second and Tau Epsilon Phi third.
Sorority League-Alpha Delta Pi
second and Sigma Kappa third.
Parade runners-up included: Or Orange
ange Orange League Sigma Phi Epsilon
and Kappa Alpha tied for second
place. Blus League Theta Chi,
second and Chi Omega third.
Judges Were: Harold C. Can Canning,
ning, Canning, advertising manager of the
St. Petersburg Times; Rae O.
Weimer, director School of Jour Journalism
nalism Journalism and Communications; Jud Judge
ge Judge J. F, McCarty, ninth District
Circuit court; J. T. Patillo, Or Orlando
lando Orlando attorney; Maddox Hair,
FSU student body president; Dr.
Shelton Scudder, head of the Re Religion
ligion Religion Department; Russell Sim Simmons,
mons, Simmons, principal Westwood Jr.
High School; W. S. Talbott, prin principal
cipal principal Gainesville High School;
Sam Hendrix, principal Buchholz
Jr. High School; J. T. Hill, presi president
dent president P. K. Yonge School; Harold
Riker, director of Housing; and
Mrs. Harold Riker.
'Messiah' Solo Auditions
Auditions for solo parts in the
Messiah, to be presented early
in December by the Choral Uni-
Bids will also be received on
building for the University of
South Florida in Tampa by Jan Jan-1
-1 Jan-1 Kelley announced yesterday.
Students, faculty and towns townspeople
people townspeople are cordially invited to
audition ait that time.
University of Florida, Gainesville, FloridaTuesday, Oce. 27, 1959
Everybody Was Doin' It
By HARRY S. RAPE
Gator Staff Writer
and the advantages of a large
school in spite of the enormous
growth predicted for the next ten
years, Hale said.
He added that it will take a
lot of work to see that communi communications
cations communications between students and
their government and the admin administration
istration administration do not break down.
Personal Atmosphere Cited
Hale cited the schools of educa education
tion education and engineering as examples
of how the personal atmosphere
can be retained on a campus of
13,000 students. The psychological
feeling is the worst problem he
Proposed representation is
To Open in Dec.
Four million dollars in dorm
facilities for the UF will be sub submitted
mitted submitted for bids in December.
Board of Control Architect For Forrest
rest Forrest Kelley announced plans for
the dorms at a meeting of the
Board last weekend.
Bids will be received on build building
ing building for the Utiiversity of South!
Florida in Tampa by Jan. 1 Kel Kelley
ley Kelley announced.
Current needs at the USF are
a $436,000 teaching auditorium
and $70,000 for increasing the soil
density of the building sites.
Os Control Board
The Board of Control should
be strengthened as the coordinat coordinating
ing coordinating agency for the state univer university
sity university system.
J. Wayne Reitz. President of
the UF, made this suggestion at
the Florida Blue Key Banquet
He said that, the Boards auth authority
ority authority is often inadequate in rela relation
tion relation to its responsbilities. He cit cited
ed cited salary matters which often had
to be aproved by a higher auth authority.
Reitz said referring such mat matters
ters matters to persons unfamiliar with
the problems involved is unwise.
Such infringements as this can
have a very subtle and erosive
force on higher education, he
He recommended new legisla legislation
tion legislation creating the Board under
Constitutional authority rather
than legislative, as is now the
Schedule Show, Feast
Friday at 6 p.m. the Agriculture
Barbecue and the Little Interna International
tional International Livestock Show will be held
at the University Livestock Pavi Pavilion.
The two events are sponsored
jointly by the Agriculture Council
and The Block and Bridle Club.
Admission to the barbecue and
livestock show win be $1.26 for
adults, and $.76 for children. All
agriculture freshmen wifi be ad admitted
mitted admitted free of charge.
based on Hving areas in addition
to academic schools. The present
system of apportionment is based
solely on the various colleges.
The major interest groups pro proposed
posed proposed for representation are:
fraternity houses, sorority hous houses,
es, houses, religious centers, mens derms,
womens .dorms, off campus hou housing,
sing, housing, and married housing.
The committee has recommen recommended
ded recommended retaining a one house legis legislative
lative legislative body rather than attempt attempting*
ing* attempting* a bicameral type of legisla legislature.
Student Participation Approved
Participation by all students in including
cluding including graduate students was ap approved
proved approved by the committee. There
had been some movement to re restrict
strict restrict student government to un undergraduate
dergraduate undergraduate students only.
Registration of students in the
area of their choice is. planned at
the first of each year. Freshmen
would not register until their sec second
ond second semester in order to better
make a choice of a>reas in which
Present plans call for one rep representative
resentative representative per 260 students which
would give & legislative body of
Recommends Executive Change
The committee plans also to
study the executive and judicial
branches of Student Government.
Two bodies instead of one have
been recommended for the exe executive
cutive executive branch.
A Council of Presidents in the
executive branch to act as an ad advisor
visor advisor to the student body presi president
dent president is one idea to relate other;
student organizations to student
In addition there would be the;
regular cabinet with well de defined
fined defined posts to cany out executive
The judicial sub committee is
making a study to define the is issues
sues issues and make proposals for ap approval
proval approval of the parent committee, i
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Homecoming Swim Show
gpttKrtw at the 11th annnal Homecoming Swimcapadee presentation enjoyed OriMun Feed FeedHe
He FeedHe aqua show preeented by the CF Swim Fins and Aqoa Gators. Good wah attended the j
shows hi the Florida Pool Friday and Saturday. I
ROTC Not Required
By Land Grant Law,
SG Committee Says
FOR STUDENT DANCE
Hub Door to Open
On Saturday Night
By JOAN TAMS
Gator Staff Writer
The Hub will be open from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday
night, Allan McPeak, secretary of Mens Affairs, an announced
nounced announced Sunday.
Dancing and snacks will be of offered
fered offered through the co-operative ef efforts
forts efforts of the administration, Stu Student
dent Student Government, and represent representatives
atives representatives from Panhellenic, IFC and
all the womens and mens living
areas, in order to provide a much
requested Saturday night social
If this venture proves success successful
ful successful we hope to continue it through throughout
out throughout the year with the possibility
of additional features such as jam jamsessions,
sessions, jamsessions, vocalists, decorations
and the like, McPeak said.
There will be no cover charge
and informal dress will be in ord order.
This venture has been made
possible through the financi financial
al financial backing of the administration
and Dean Hale has really gone
all out to make this a reality,
A similiar plan was tried last
year, spearheaded by Jack Var Varney,
ney, Varney, president of Murphree Area
Council, but lack of finances and
publicity prevented its success,
McPeak mentioned that as Bro Broward
ward Broward Snack Bar was closed on
Saturday nights, co-eds could be
"CRAMMERS" NOT WELCOME
! Free Tutoring Now
Ready for Students
By PHOEBE REDNER
Gator Staff Writer
Students desiring help with their studios can now obtain free
A chapter of Sigma Tau Sigma,
national student tutoring society,
has been formed to meet the aca academic
demic academic needs of university students
with study difficulties.
The tutoring service is offered
free of charge on a confidential
basis by students for students,
says the societys code.
Dr. Benkt Wennberg, depart department
ment department of Foreign Languages, was
the first to back the program.
He is now the advisor.
The College of Arts and Scienc Sciences
es Sciences under Dean Stanley E. Wim Wimberly
berly Wimberly and Assistant Dean of Men,
Frank' T. Adams are also back backing
ing backing the program.
Ivan Diamond, president of the
group, has announced that any
student who feels himself in aca academic
demic academic trouble and is interested
in helping himself, should go to
room 128 in the Administration
building to apply for tutoring.
The office hours will be from
expected to go to the Hub for cof coffee
fee coffee or cokes.
We believe the students, both
independents and Greeks, will
take to this in a big way. It
is hoped that faculty mem members
bers members will drop in too. This could
be a wonderful way to increase
informal contract's between the
students and the faculty McPeak
Blue Key Accepting Bids
Students desiring to be con considered
sidered considered for membership in Flor Florida
ida Florida Blue Key honorary leader leadership
ship leadership fraternity should secure In Information
formation Information on requirements at
the desk of the Florida Union.
Personal data required to be
submitted Is due on or before
Saturday, Oct. 31 at 5 p.m.
Seminole Picture Deadline
Friday, Oct. 30, is the dead deadline
line deadline for pictures for the 1960
Seminole. Seniors as well as
fraternity and sorority members
who missed their appointments
must come in this week.
2:30 4:30 p.m. on Tuesdays and
Dean Adams stated that stud students
ents students are screened by himself and
Dr. Wennberg. This is to avoid
Once serious intent is establish established,
ed, established, the Student is assigned to one
of at ut 30 tutors.
Tutors are well qualified, said
Dr. Adame. They have been rec recommended
ommended recommended by deans of some of
the various upper division Col Colleges.
leges. Colleges. They must have sincere
desire to help others, he said.
Often the student is missing
the academic mark because of
faulty comprehension of class ma material,
terial, material, bad study habits or inabili inability
ty inability to relate one course segment
with the subject as a whole,
says the societys brochure.
At the recent organizational
meeting of Sigma Tau Sigma,
Diamond was elected president
and Flossie Copeland, vice presi president.
and the university
Four Pages This Edition
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See Page 2 for com commentary
mentary commentary from Col. Glenn ;j
A. Farris, Professor of ||
Military Science and Tac Tactics.
By HARRY s. RAPE
Gator Staff Writer
Compulsory ROTC is not i
required by law at the UF, |
according to a committee >
recently appointed by Stu Student
dent Student Body President Joe
Each land-grant college estab established
lished established under the Morrill Act de de'
' de' termines whether their military
training programs will be volun voluntary
tary voluntary or compulsory, said Ripley.
Ripley said he became aware
of the situation while attending
the National Student Assn. Con Convention
vention Convention last summer.
The purposes of the committee,
according to Ripley, is to bring
about an awareness of the real
situation and to determine wheth whether
er whether or not a compulsory program
He said the committee would
determine the opinions of faculty,
students, the ROTC personnel,
and the administration.
Ron LaFace, chairman of the
committee, said Thursday after afternoon
noon afternoon was completely wasted for
scheduling classes because of
drill. He said that there would
be a big saving to the Univer University
sity University if a voluntary program were
J. Wayne Reitz, president of
the University, said he would need
more time to study the situation j
before commenting. He added,
however, that he could see no
saving to the university in a vol voluntary
untary voluntary program.
See ROTC, Page 3
CAUllTlAcmiiese and In Indian
dian Indian military unite clashed again
in Indian held Kashmir. Al Although
though Although Prime Minister Nehru
ha* pledged no war with
China, Indian troojx, are being
rushed to the area.
GENEVAEast-West negotia negotiations
tions negotiations on nuelear disarmament
will begin again on Tuesday.
The acceptance by the United
States of an inspection quota
may lead to a nuclear test ban
this year. It could also test the
sincerity of Russias total dis disarmament.
HAVANA Increasing inter internal
nal internal and external opposition to
Castros leftist socio-economic
policies have brought the arrest
of former Batista elements In
the army and the vilification of
the United States as a center of
WASHINGTON The cost of
living in the US has reached a
new high point as the September
consumer-price index recorded
the fifth Increase In six months.
WASHINGTON George F.
Kennan, former US Ambassador
to Russia, attacked both the El Elsenhower
senhower Elsenhower Administration and
most leading Democrats for pur pursuing
suing pursuing a foreign policy based on
nuclear weapons instead of on
sound and coherent theory of
political and military strategy.
PITTSBURG, Pa. The first
major breakthrough in the 194-
day steel strike came with the
announcement that Kaiser Steel
Co. has decided to break man managements
agements managements solid front by signing
a separate contract with the
Steelworkers Union. The US
District Court of Appeals in Phi Philadelphia
ladelphia Philadelphia has continued to delay
the enforcement of a Taft-Hart Taft-Hartley
ley Taft-Hartley Injunction while it hears ar arguments
guments arguments on the unions appeal
from the injunction. 1
JACRSONVnA.E A petition
was mailed -to the US district
Court to force the Integration
of the citys recreational facilit facilities.
ies. facilities. The petition was signed by
six persons: all of the petition petitioners
ers petitioners were Negro.
TAULAHASSEE John Mc-
Carty, brother of the late Gov.
Dan McCarty, resigned his post
ae Circuit Court Judge in order
to be free to make Ms bid for
the governorship in the 1960
m FLORIDA ALLIGATOR
Try It On for Size
It was a real fine clambake this
Homecoming just past. Therell be a
lot of magic for that proverbial Treas-
ure Chest of Memories.
But the greatest treasure from it
may well be something that many will
It may be something we owe to the
kindly vicissitude of beautiful weath weather.
It may be something we owe to a
gallant tooth-and-nail tangle between
the game Gators and the terrible Tig TigerS.
For born or reborn Saturday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon at Florida Field was a thing
often seen lacking on the campi.
Its a thing called SPIRIT a six sixletter
letter sixletter word that packs a wallop in its
full meaning and impact.
The Gators KNEW we were with
our team and if spirit'alone could sur surmount
mount surmount several tough breaks, they
would have almost definitely knocked
this years king of college teams off
its high horse.
It gives one cause to wonder what a
thing like our Saturday Spirit could do
if unleashed for the w r hole school
It could and we dont mean to be
over-optimisticcause a whole chain
reaction that could change the UFs
drift toward mediocrity ihto the posi position
tion position it deserves, concomitapt"with its
populationthe top University in the
Spirit shouldnt be left at the gate
after the game; it could become part
of a cycle.
Spirit, real spirit is infectious. You
have seen that at the game, in a more
concentrated manner, it can be infec infectious
tious infectious on a larger scale.
An incoming Freshman, seeing a
spontaneous spirit at Florida, can only
interpret it one waythis must be the
Would Force Freshman for Own Soke
By COL. GLENN A. FARRIS
Profesior Os Military Science
- And Tactics
In its principles, aims, gen general
eral general methods and results
the Reserve Officers training
program, as it pertains to uni universities
versities universities and colleges, needs no
more justification than does re religion.
The state of international re relations
lations relations has established the ne necessity
cessity necessity for it and our nations
selective service (draft) laws
hav e made it a highly intelli intelligent
gent intelligent decision for a young man
to avail himself of the oppor opportunities
tunities opportunities for improvement and
advancement offered by a uni universitys
versitys universitys ROTC program.
One reason why any education educational
al educational institution requires that cer certain
tain certain academic subjects be stud studied
ied studied by a student is that most
undergraduates are so uninform uninformed
ed uninformed or -poorly motivated that
they would not volunteer to
take difficult or productive
The Board of Control of the
University of Florida would do
a great disservice to its student
body and to the citizens of the
State of Florida if it took the
necessary steps to make Mili Military
tary Military Science an elective sub subject.
ject. subject. Why is this?
A physically able male citizen
of the United States, when he
becomes 18 years of age. is sub subject
ject subject to compulsory service in
the Army unless hphas alreadv
volunteered for the Air Force,
Navy. Marine Corps or Coast
The total military service ob obligation.
ligation. obligation. both active and reserve
time, is for from 8 to 8 years
(some countries 25 years). A
young man may be deferred
from beginning his service at
age 18 (such as being a satis satisfactory
factory satisfactory college student) but
eventually he will serve his
country in the Armed Forces.
An undergraduate today Is
more sure of being a soldier for
quite a long cumulative period
than he is of becoming a doc doctor,
tor, doctor, lawyer, engineer. CPA, po politician
litician politician or teacher.
Now the question is: does he
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prefer to spend that time as an
unskilled worker demanding
small pay and small prestige
or would he like to serve in a
position of some responsibility
with comparable rank and pay?
The reason for which a college
graduave is not automatically
made a reserve officer is the
same reason for which the most
brilliant retired Major General
cannot get a job teaching the
fifth grade at P. K. Yonge with without
out without first earning a teachers
But the cry is: Let the boys
who come to the U of F make
their own choice! Actually,
most boys cannot appreciate
the short and long term ad advantages
vantages advantages of the ROTC program
any more than a ten year old
can appreciate the attention of a
But let the freshman be lead
into the program for a signifi significant
cant significant length of time and he will
eventually bless th e institution institutional
al institutional authorities for preparing him
so that his military service is
easier and more fruitful.
From a personal point of
view, the Professor of Military
Science and his assistants would
be delighted to teach only vol volunteers.
unteers. volunteers. Any organiaztion is
better, if all members are vol volunteers.
unteers. volunteers. The varsity swimming
team would be diluted indeed
(no pun intended), if all physi physically
cally physically fit male freshmen and
sophomores had to participate
in team competition.
Let no reader believe that the
onlv reason that there is a lesser
number of cadets taking the last
two (ootional) years of ROTC
than there is taking the first
two (compulsory) years, is be because
cause because they do not wish to con continue.
Scores of cadets arc corely
disappointed at being deprived
of the oppotunity of receiving
a commission in flip Armed
Services because of the high
qualification standards bv which
the Army and the Air Force
measure the new juniors. Only
the cream of the volunteer stri strident*
dent* strident* are wanted as Army and
Air Force officers.
Tuesday, Oct. 27, 1959
It will continue: from Freshman
and Sophomore to Senior. And a per person
son person who is proud of his University and
its spirit for four years will not stifle
that pride at graduationhe will car carry
ry carry this into his Alumni years.
And there are not many more pow powerful
erful powerful or influential friends of the UF
than spirited and inspired alumni alumnimoneywise
moneywise alumnimoneywise or otherwise.
Spirit could spread to the faculty,
who are only too glad to teach stu students
dents students with spirit, interest and inquiry.
Spirit could spread to the Admin Administration
istration Administration and might even affect the
Board of Control.
True spirit and pride in this Uni University
versity University can and will uncover ways that
we can make it better.
Spirit which spurts like blood only
spasmodically from a whitened, ane anemic
mic anemic corpse cant accomplish very
much. Apathy is the first cousin of
criminally welcomed mediocrity.
Spirit has to be a sustained thing thinglike
like thinglike that which sparked a fighting
team in the stadium Saturday.
It can start with one person or a
group and spread. It can be a real
and vibrant thing or it can be just a
bunch of w r ords to read and forget.
The U of F has the potential and in ingredients
gredients ingredients RIGHT HERE to assemble a
much more powerful and effective
universitynot just a football team.
But it will take a large TEAM of
loyal Floridians to do it.
It will take more agressiveness in
everything we do. It will take interest.
It will take drive.
No overconfidence, but overall in interest.
terest. interest. No cockiness but cooperation.
SPIRIT is a pow.er-packed six-letter
wordbut it can spell the spontaneous
difference between mediocrity and
We should try it on for sizq,
The Army contends that it
requires a broad base of train trained
ed trained personnel on which to mo mobilize
bilize mobilize vast numbers of men in
case of foreign armed aggres aggression.
sion. aggression. The local opponents of
ROTC cannot change that na national
tional national preparedness policy.
They may be able to influence
institutional policy-makers so as
to cause vast numbers of Uni University
versity University of Florida graduates to
serve as buck privates under
the command of contemporary
ROTC graduates of New York
University, Louisiana State Uni University,
versity, University, and others.
No mention 01 patriotism has
been made here. Everything has
been based on dollars and cents
and a little pride. The knocker
who faces the draft, with his
sheep skin and no college mili military
tary military training, cries 6ut either
of two laments: Oh. how can
I avoid service? or Oh, how
can I wrangle a commission?
If the ROTC program here
were strictly voluntary, it would
be excellent and it would re recruit
cruit recruit a sufficient number of
participants to satisfy the gov government
ernment government minimum specifica specifications
tions specifications for permitting tihe eon-,,
finuance of an ROTC instructor
group on this campus.
All that would be necessary
would be for the Professors of
Military and Air Science to
make the extra effort to get
the facts before the prospective
freshmen and their parents, and
also to exnlain. just what is at
stake, to the women students of
the University of Florida.
- Reasoning ladies take a dim
view of boy-friends and pros prospective
pective prospective husbands who do not
meet an obligation without
thought of evasion. Mothers
sometimes like to think of their
boys as children but sweet sweethearts
hearts sweethearts like to think of their
boy-friends as men
A few years after graduation
thousands of men regret not
haring taken ROTC training.
There are practically no regrets
for haring received this en enlightening
lightening enlightening and invaluable ex experience.
"Tell me ell about Doddum's oil company."
VIEWS ON THE NEWS
Maybe Russia Doesn't Lead All Reds?
(EDITORS NOTE: With this issue the Alligator begins a regular weekly series of current news
analysis and commentary prepared by a group of graduate students in Political Science.)
(EDITORS NOTE: Terrell
Wayne Bailey is a Doctoral stu student
dent student In Political Science. His
fields of study include compara comparative
tive comparative government, International
relations, public administration
and political theory.
Recent interactions between
the Russians and the Commu Communist
nist Communist Chinese, though unclear and
enigmatic in their implications,
are interesting indeed.
During the Khrushchev visit
to the U. S., the Chinese ap appeared
peared appeared to be deliberately af affronting
fronting affronting the Russians by incit inciting
ing inciting conflict along the Indian
border. And then on his trip to
China immediately after his de departure
parture departure from America, Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev was greeted with uncus uncustomaxy
tomaxy uncustomaxy reserve by the Chinese,
especially when he tried to
launch his peace offensive
among the Chinese people.
Events during recent months
have been building up to the
point where responsible Ameri American
can American officials are finally asking
Just how loyal are the Com Communist
munist Communist Chinese to the guidance
of their Russian comrades?
Even now official U. S. doc doctrine
trine doctrine has tended to assume the
Soviet Union as the head of the
body of world communism, and
Forced Arbitration May Be Answer
(EDITORS NOTE: Richard
Yearwood is a Doctoral student
in political science. His major
Held is Public Law.)
The impact of the 108-day-old
steel strike begins to be felt
in some area of the economy,
particularly the auto industry.
The Government claimed in
its effort to send the idle work workers
ers workers back to the mills for 80 days
that the strike is inimical to
the general welfare and strength
of our nation; union counsel
countered that such is not the
case, that there is enough steel
for national defense and that
consumers can do without, as
World War II showed.
Perhaps we can do without
steel, but for how long? And
why should we? So that labor
and management can continue
Dade Board Sticks With Integration
(EDITORS NOTE: David L.
Willing is a graduate student
in Political Science whose ma major
jor major field is American (io\em (io\eminent.
inent. (io\eminent. )
With its recent refusal to al*
low seven white children to
transfer from the newly-inte newly-integrated
grated newly-integrated Orchard Villa Elemen Elementary
tary Elementary School, the Dade County
School Board apparently in intends
tends intends to hold the line in main maintaining
taining maintaining that schools integra integration.
This is little comfort, how however,
ever, however, to those supporters of in integration
tegration integration who regarded the Or Orchard
chard Orchard Villa mixing as a signifi significant
cant significant wedge in Florida school
That the Orchard Villa de desegregation
segregation desegregation was an empty vic victory
tory victory for integrationists was evi evident
dent evident cm September 8, the first
day erf classes when only a
handful of white and colored
pupils reported. \
In the weeks since September
8, enrollment has increased,
but along lines displeasing to
many proponents of integration,
for with about 400 Negroes and
around a dozen whites Orchard
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any movement in the Commu Communist
nist Communist world was supposed to be
ipso facto evidence that it
reflected Russian design.
Therefore, the Russians have
been presumed to be the insti instigators
gators instigators of the Korean War, the
Suez crisis, the Syrian rebellion,
and a whole millieu of interna international
tional international disturbances during the
But as borne out m their re relations
lations relations with the Chinese, those
Communist states which are
genuinely sovereign are jealous
and resentful of external inter interferences
ferences interferences even when they come
from the Russians and especial especially
ly especially when their national interests
are at odds with those of the
Too much or too little may
be deduced from these obser observations.
vations. observations. Certainly it would be
folly to predict a pending divi division
sion division among states adhering to
the Communist ideology which
would turn the tide in favor of
Neither is it wise to presume
that a poorly defined moralistic
struggle' against amorphous
communism is the answer to
this test of strength as long as
The difficulty has been that
each side in this dispute adaman adamantly
tly adamantly announced its position
long ago and there has been no
real negotiation thus far. Many
urged the use of the Taft-Hart Taft-Hartley
ley Taft-Hartley emergency provision long
before President Eisenhower
invoked it to halt the strike tem temporarily,
porarily, temporarily, but what real gain
comes of this?
After this weapon is used by
the government to break the
strike temporarily will the un union
ion union or management be more
disposed to negotiate? Is there
any reason to assume that the
80-day cooling off period will
cool things off, or will it make
the participants take a more
Villa now represents only token
A preponderance of Negro pu pupils
pils pupils is an integrated Orchard
Villa could have been foreseen
months before the mixing was
authorized by the Dade County
The elementary school lies in
an area between the Liberty
City and Browns Subdivision,
Negro communities in Dade
County. As their populations
have increased after World War
11, the two Negro communities
have grown together.
Ironically, most of the resi residents
dents residents erf the Orchard Villa
neighborhood in between the Ne Negro
gro Negro settlements wer e immi immigrants
grants immigrants from the segregation
stronghold of Georgia. These
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the challenge of the present
Although the failures of past
embodied in the "spirit of
Munich come back to haunt
those who feel a policy of flexi flexibility
bility flexibility is needed in dealing with
the Russians, the U. S. must
begin to seek a permanent solu solution
tion solution to the problems centered
around Germany and China.
Perhaps the most healthy step
that can be taken in that direc direction
tion direction is for the American peo people
ple people to see the Communist men menace
ace menace as it really is. If we are
unwilling or unable to make it
evaporate, we must exploit it
and use it by trying to balance
the power of one Communist
country against that of another.
Also, we can prove to the
millions of uncommitted peo people
ple people of the world that the United
States respects the right of
other ideologies to exist so long
as they do not pose a direct and
immediate threat to American
But reality has not been a
cogent element in American
foreign policy in the past so
its acceptance will be slow and
only after much misunderstand misunderstandtag.
One wonders how long; the
strike will last; theoretically it
could go on indefinitely. It is
apparent that this would be an
intolerable situation; an indus industry
try industry of this extent and impor importance
tance importance cannot be inoperative too
long without attendant dire con consequences
sequences consequences for the entire economy
and the nation. What then can
be done to correct this situation?
The answer may be compul compulsory
sory compulsory arbitration. The Taft-Hart Taft-Hartley
ley Taft-Hartley emergency provision was
a step in this direction in that
government was brought into
the bargaining process; logical logically
ly logically the next step would allow
agency, to regulate these gi gigantic
gantic gigantic disputes which have such
important nation-wide repercus repercussions.
whites have gradually moved
away in*jhe face of Negro imi imigration.
As early as September 1958,
Democratic primary returns
suggested that precincts in the
Orchard Villa locale were pop populated
ulated populated by Negroes. David G.
Eldredge, segregationist candi candidate
date candidate for the state House of
Representatives, was defeated
by about three to one in the
Orchard Villa precincts, losing
to John B. Orr Jr.
In the same primary the
Orchard Villa precincts went by
about four to one for Cftaude
Pepper in his unsuccessful race
for Spessard Holland's United
States Senate seat.
RICHIE AT RANDOM
Some of Us Still in Orbit
From Busy HC Weekend
By DQN RICHIE
Nature stood back in awe at
what we did at UF this week weekend.
True, rain fell as the moon
fell, before dawn Saturday. But
by day the sun was king.
Nature stood back by day and
watched chemical formula HC HCsaapuats
100 jo adoos
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The FIGHTING Gators played
one of the most gallantly ag aggressive
gressive aggressive holding games in their
history against the nations
supposedly number one team,
Louisiana. It was purely Indian
wrestling, gridiron style. It was
pretty much a game of breaks
and have stood for
The Alma\Mater of so many
who have gurded the course of
the State diW- the largest
crowd of politicians ever to
aspiringly assemble in one
place. They were lampooned,
lunched and lauded and good goodwill
will goodwill flew so thick and fast that
the political tom-toms canceled
each other out in one gigantic
If an atom bomb had been
dropped on Gainesville last
weekend, Florida would have
had to round up what was left
of U of Fs Student Government
to fill the States political gap.
And we attracted the nations
top picture-news magazine
LIFE to our party, and kept
their cameras bug-eyed.
Besides a pre-dawn rain, then,
Nature settled with merely put putting
ting putting th e breath of autumn in
and sending scudding clouds
for white sun-umbrellas and
breezes for refreshment.
But liquid refreshment had to
come from other quarters
not from rain.
Result: A Homecoming of
sunny memories of bright
colors undulled by melancholy
The PARADE was a river of
rolling beauty otf decorous
damsels saluting a sun-drenched
crowd. Florida flung brightness
into the face of the sun and
the aim flung it back, height heightening
ening heightening the pastel beauty of the
Omens are not always om ominous.
SAYS HC CHANCELLOR
Honor System Depends
On Students Enforcing It
By BID BEAVER
Honor Court Chancellor
There is a concept of honor
and integrity at the University
of Florida which has been a
heritage of each generation of
students since 1906.
The faith has been kept with
those who followed. It is now
ours; and so is the challenge
that comes with it.
This concept is embodied in
-seq fill 'spo -> A ft W 4
those who are too weak to ac accept
cept accept the obligations of the
The weaklings have no right
to the trust and privileges
earned by the great majority of
Florida students who have the
moral fibre to live on their
honor, nor do they have a right
to the prestige added to a Flor Florida
ida Florida degree because of our ad adherence
herence adherence *to the honor code.
Let there be no mistake about
the privileges. They exist, and
are very real. For example, a
Florida student is not subjected
to the degrading and childish
situation of teacher acting as
the custodian of little Johnnys
honor by looking over his shoul shoulder
der shoulder while he writes his exam examination;
ination; examination; also, a Florida student
is free at any time to leave an
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inous. ominous. The omen of the blight
orange orb during the parade
was not. The sun was with us.
The GROWL and pre-Growl
was a howling success. It start started
ed started with big band brass and end ended
ed ended with a star-spangled bang.
Bill Norris and his team of
talent and technical know-how
turned the Grand Canyon of the
Stadium into a flamboyant ex extravaganza
travaganza extravaganza fit for any student studentprince
prince studentprince or polished politician.
The electric color and sound
of the life and TV-eyed Growl
has left the indelible color of
pleasant memories in many
minds. The swirling hurricane
of fire-in-the-sky was a fitting
climax to the four-hour festival
The GAME gave LSU cause
to pause and the students to ap applause
plause applause spiritedly as the game
Gators giadiated the Bengals
into an unglorious, hard-earned
9-0 win. Dietzels Express was
slowing up and would have
jumped tiie track except for
Louisiana luck in some incom incompleted
pleted incompleted Gator passes.
Student spirit took on a fuH
.Jiead of steam and served as &
springboard for the surging,
swelling Gator aggressiveness.
Bursting lungs and hearts
gave hue and cry as the Gators
repeatedly outgunned the Goli Goliaths
aths Goliaths of the Bayous.' The fans
were behind Woodruff's Rough Roughnecks
necks Roughnecks as never before and it was
a good sound and a good sight.
There wer e 12 players on the
field and the extra one was an
almost unparalleled student
A sad note, the only instance
of uncooperative weather was
the stealthy pre-dawn rains and
winds that tore into sweat-filled
and sleep-robbed hours that
many a Greek had given up.
But the nights, covered by
light clouds splashed by moon moonlight
light moonlight and lit by the colors of a
Roman carnival were for for forgetting
getting forgetting this.
Like kings and queens hang hanging
ing hanging on to a fragile fleeting
splendor, Fraternity Freds and
Sorority Sues picked their way
past the wreckage of fractured
facades to a carefree court
Others walked and talked un under
der under a night of cold, crisp stars
In their own private world. It
was Homecoming and heart heartwarming
warming heartwarming and home is where
the heart is.
And the events of the week weekend
end weekend spun in an orbit of spangly
memory around the final hours
of the Magic Weekend.
And some of us are still m or orbit.
examination for a cigarette or
Certainly, the honor system i
not completely effective. It
never has been and it never will
be. However, we oan make it
more effective than it has ever
If, for the remainder o t this
semester, every person who ob observes
serves observes a violation of the code
can find within himself the
courage to warn the violator,
and/or report it, we will have
brought about the moat mean meaningful
ingful meaningful and the most effective
period in the history of the
As a by-product, this seems a
rather fine way of throwing
mud in the eyes of the gloom
prophets who scorn this gen generation.
Like it or not, the responsi responsibility
bility responsibility is now ours. There ie no
one to shrug it off on. Are we
going to be party to the hypo hypocriey
criey hypocriey of bragging to the world
about our most cherished tra tradition
dition tradition but not having the cour courage
age courage to live up to it; or, are we
going to keep' faitn with those
who have gone before us, and
preserve the code, intact, for
those who follow?
That question is not designed
to be dramatic. It is used mere merely
ly merely to point out the decision that
we, individually and collectively,
have to make.
A mete verbal response, no
matter how much pious-phraaed
nonsense it is couched in, that
we will accept our responsibil responsibilities,'
ities,' responsibilities,' is worthless.
The only answer worth a
damn is a hard-nosed deter determination
mination determination to fulfill the obligations
we took upon ourselves when
we chose to become Florida
Student Housing Draws
New concepts in the student hopsing program here have drawn
international attention, according to Kristian Ottosen, University ol
Oslo, Norway, housing officials.
Ottosen, who is surveying stu student
dent student housing in this country at the
invitation of the U. & government
chose Florida as his first stop be because
cause because l knew before I left Oslo
that there was magnificent work
going on here in student housing.
There are many details I would
like to take home.
Administrative secretary of a
board responsible for housing and
other student facilities at the Uni University
versity University of Oslo, he termed the
informal evening discussions con conducted
ducted conducted periodically in the UF
residence halls evidence of a
greater emphasis on the educa educational
tional educational side of the college housing
program than his university has
so far achieved.
The discussion, an interchange
between students and selected
faculty on specific topics outside
the classroom, drew the words
inspirational and unique from
This is an excellent example of
the real use of housing facilities.
It is a supplementary educational
set up, Ottosen said.
Although Florida's expansion
problems are on a larger scale,
Ottosen felt his university was
faced with similar expansion prob problems
lems problems as the University of Florida.
Ottosen, who is participating in
the Foreign Leaders Program of
the International Exchange Serv Service
ice Service of the U. S. Department of
State, has studied student housing
facilities in Scandinavia, Great
Britain, and the Soviet Union, He
is spending 10 days of his 60-day
tour studying Floridas facilities.
He goes from here to Indiana
University, then Purdue, Univer University
sity University of Wisconsin, Chicago, New
York, and institutions of Los An Angeles
geles Angeles and San Francisco.
Dr. Harold C. Riker, director of
housing at the University, stated
that Ottosens visit will result in
an exchange of ideas that will be
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several promotion trips around
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TO CO-ORDINATE FUTURE DEVELOPMENT
Promenades, Greens Planned
Hallmarks for UF Campus
By KEN VARNEY
Gator Staff Writer
A system of promenades and greens stretching from one end of the campus to the other will
be the coordinating basis of UFs future physical development.
Beginning at the Plaza of
Americas, one mall will sweep the'
length of the campus terminating j
at the men's dormitories. Ase- 1
cond will originate at the Student j
Service Center unfolding south- j
eastward to the recreation area!
behind the co-eds living quarters.
The new plan drafted under the;
direction of University architect;
Jefferson Hamilton, calls for de development
velopment development of 69 acres, with at
least 18 nev buildings to replace
present temporary structures. I
1965 Completion Date
It is hoped the plans will be an
actuary by 1965, in time to ac accommodate
commodate accommodate ah expected 20,000 en enrollment.
Although the addition of tem temporary
porary temporary buildings have been neees neeesways
ways neeesways increasing enrollment, the
university has been .successful in
retaining a quality of dignity and
vigour in its development through
systematic and thoughtful plann planning.
Before even one building was
constructed, the planners had
Cast Is Complete
For Fla. Player's
Casting is completed and pro production
duction production is under way for the Flori Florida
da Florida Players first production of the
semester Adding Machine, by
Elmer L. Rice.
The play, well known to C-5 stu students;
dents; students; will be put on Nov. 5
Dr. Leland Zimmerman direc director.
tor. director. said, This play m a new
experience for us. The nature of
it means an entirely different ap approach
proach approach to rehearsals we must
proceed differently than we would
if we were putting on a realistic
The cast is: George Crolius. Mr.
Zero: Shrdht, Michael Mullin; Lt.
Charles, John Miller; The Boss.
Joseph Oobb; Mrs. Zero. Laurel
Gordon; Daisey, Faye Dunaway:
Judy, Bryna Williams; and Joe,
Rosbury also will play Mr. 1;
Charles Landphar, Mr. 2; Ken
McGlon, Mr. 3; Phil Morron, Mr.
4; Wayne Cobb. Mr. 5; Earle
Soukup, Mr. 6; and Joseph Cobb,
drawn up a long range project.
For twenty years the campus
grew according to plans. Follow Following
ing Following the Tudor-Gothic style of
architecture adopted by the Board
of Control, sixteen permanent
buildings were constructed. All of
these buildings, although they
have been modified to some ex-1
tent, are still in use today.
Enrollment Forced Building
In 1925 swelling enrollments
forced the building of the first
frame structure, now the Music
The beginning of a new period
of growth in 1947. made possible
through a $20,000,000 fund for
building purposes. The Administia Administiation
tion Administiation Building Student Service Cen Center.
ter. Center. Florida Gym plus class classrooms
rooms classrooms and dormitories we r e
among the new additions.
Ttien as a gift from the alumni
came the Century Tower, now
used for storing old library books, j
After three years of work, it was
finally completed in 1956.
Returning alumni will see other
new structures, which seemingly
have arisen overnight.
Dorms latest At I F
New dormitories for both men
and women, and a new building
to house the physics and mathe mathematics
matics mathematics departments are the two
most recently completed facilities.
The J. Hillis Miller Health Cen Center.
ter. Center. almost a city in its own
rightis still growing.
For the future an addition to
the law School, a new Pharmacy
wing to be added to the Medical
Center, a proposed nuclear sci science
ence science building, and a Fine Arts
Center,all these are on the draw drawing
ing drawing boards.
UF will keep growing, keep
changing, keeping m progress with
the 20th Century.
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Reitz said the only thing the
University furnishes is the build- ;
ings. The Army and Air Force
pay for all personnel and equip equipment.
LaFace cited Texas A&M as a
college that had adopted a volun voluntary
tary voluntary program.
Farris Presents Letter
Col. Glenn A. Farris. Professor
of Military Science and Tactics'
presented a letter from Texas A
&iM answering questions con concerning
cerning concerning their military program.
The letter said that a voluntary
program had been used from 1954
-1957 but compulsory ROTC was
rejestablished in 1958.
Enrollment figures and the
fact that a compulsory program
was again adopted would not
seem to indicate any success
or satisfaction with a non-compul-j
sory program. the report stat stated.
Ripley commented that he knew
of ino benefits from the two years
of ROTC for those who did not
go into the advanced program.
Fanis said that the basic pr prgram
gram prgram alone had many advantages
| including entering the Army fts
a private first class.
1 Col. Vernon Smith, professor of
A ill Science, described the ROTC
program at the UP" as one of
the best I've seen. He said he
felt that every young man should
want to prepare himself in the
i best way possible for the future.
and that this includes military
I The Army ROTC program at
: the UF has 1.041 students in the
; bajsic program, and 135 in the. ad adp
p adp vanced. The Air Force has 2.050
jin the basic and 77 in the advanc advanced
ed advanced program.
(Though my natural tendencies
j are toward voluntary ROTC, La La:
: La: Fajce said I will try to keep the
committee as unbiased as possi possible.
ble. possible. However, if after all the facts
I are weighed, the committee finds
'voluntary ROTC more practcal
j and desirable, it will do all with within
in within its power to bring about the
elimination of compulsory RO RO'
' RO' TO.
The committee includes, in ad addition
dition addition to LaFace, Dick Mercer,
. iJohn Waterman; Bill Sargent;
1 and Jim McGuirk.
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Assist Ag Students
By JOAN TAMS 4
Gator Staff Writer
\Ve dont wait for them to get in upper division we
start when they first get here and declare themselves in interested
terested interested in an agricultural career.
Dr. Marvin A. Brooker, dean;
of the College of Agriculture, ex explaining
plaining explaining his colleges Father
away from home program. said: J
This program was begun to,
dispell the idea prevalent all over!
the state that students get lost
here are just a number and!
receive np personal attention.
We nqt only want to diape! i
the idea. he added, but to make
sure that the student does get
Drj;. R.i O. Spinks, co-ordina co-ordinator
tor co-ordinator bf the program which is now
supervised directly by the Col College.
lege. College. said We talk to various
facility members, ask them if
they are interested, see if they
understand student problems.
That way we get men who are
interested in helping the students.
They ck> this counseling on a
purely voluntary basis, .Spinks
A squad of about ten students
is assigned to each counselor. The
counselor! familiarizes himself
thoroughly with all of the students
records, his placement tests, high
; school record, reading tests, aiid
1 progress. |
- Sometimes the counselor's in invite
vite invite the (students to their house,
jor drop bv and visit them infor inforimauy
imauy inforimauy where they live, Dr
T|us year members of Alpha
jZeta. student agriculture hon honorary,.
orary,. honorary,. arg acting- as assistants to
the faculty father.
Our experience has taught us
s that often! students will "talk more
freely with other students, Dr.
We also try to assign a stu stu!
! stu! deni to a faculty member whom
jhe will have in one of his cours courses
es courses as we have found that students
will benefit from counseling from
someone (they are familiar with
more reajdily than someone they
do hot know.
Dr. Spinks, who has been on
the faculty for 13 years, men mentioned
tioned mentioned too little knowledge as the
biggest lijmitation to the counsel counseling
ing counseling program.
s., Oct. 27, 1959
To my knowledge. he Mud,
none of our students have ever
been referred to a psychiatrist.**
But he added that doesn't mean
it wasn't necessary. We think wo
are helping the students in many
ways with their academic and
personal problems. But some
times instructors just don't know
when a student needs psychiatric
We would like to have some
kind of a short short-course to
help our faculty fathers by giving
them a few pointers on counsel counseling
ing counseling and possible student conflict
The faculty fathers do so on
their own time and complete completely
ly completely voluntarily, Spinks said
We do#t want the student to
feei he has a friend who is paid
to be his friend.
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Goes to Press
The Florida Collage Farmer of official
ficial official quarterly magazine of the
College of Agriculture, is now
ix?ady for press.
Approximately taoo copies of the
publication, which is sold on
subscription basis, w*U be releas released
ed released in early Nov.
The first issue featuring; saver saverai
ai saverai well known lIF and state per personalities.
sonalities. personalities. highlights President
Reitz s trip this summer, during
which he oontnbuted extensively
no free world agriculture; Dean
of State Commissioners of Agri Agriculture
culture Agriculture Nathan Mayos 40 years
of accomplishments; and State
Representative Doyle Connar'a
speech at the College of Agricul Agriculture
ture Agriculture s first biannual Convocation.
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HERE COMES COX
Asa Cox, the 230-pound block blockbuster,
buster, blockbuster, was a wall of granite to
LSU ball carriers this weekend.
Asa played one of his finest
games consistently plugging the
middle of the line.
Florida's Chandler Tops
Former Florida footballer Don
Chandler is the leading punter in
the National Football League.
Chandler does his booting for
the New York Giants and is aver averaging
aging averaging over 45-yards per kick. He
came to the Gators from North Northeast
east Northeast Oklahoma Junior College, the
same school that produced Bobby
Joe Green and Jack Jones.
Captain Bobby Sherwood Paces
Experienced Gator Basketballers
,Basketball is a Tnonth away but the Orange and Blue cagers are already working
out for the 59-60 campaign. 4
Captain Bobby Sherwood, the
Jump-shooting senior from Lynne Lynnebrook,
brook, Lynnebrook, New York, paces a veter veteran
an veteran squad that includes six letter letterman,
man, letterman, a junior college transfer and
a quartet of top flight sopho sophomores.
Speedy guards Paul Mosney
and Tommy Simpson, forwards
Walter Rabham and Bobby Shiv Shiver,
er, Shiver, and center George Jung are
Frank Suthem, a swift and lan lanky
ky lanky forward, is the junior college
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age spaceage navigation systems, found new and different ways of
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Scientists at the Aero-Spaee Laboratories, an organization
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Tigers Tumble Foes;
Old Miss Rolls On
It was a good day for the Tigers.
Auburn trampled Miami 21-6 and Louisiana State
slipped by the Gainesville Gators 9-0 in Southeastern Con Conference
ference Conference Tiger tangles. Other Cat families on the prowl
this past weekend wre Northwestern, Clemson, Missouri,
and Penn State, all victorious.
The Alabama Tigers, from the
Lovliest City of the Plain, com completely
pletely completely ignored hurricane warn warnings
ings warnings and took to the air to fly
by the Magic City Canes. Bobby
Hunt pitched a 78-yard pay off
pass to co-captain Lamar Raw Rawson
son Rawson on the first play of the game
and Auburn was never headed.
Penalty Offsets Fumble
LSU utilized an offside penalty
to offset a lost fumble and a rico ricochet
chet ricochet field goal for their hard
fought victory. Billy Cannons
punting and running and Warren
Rabbs clever option maneuvers
were the big gainers for the Ben Bengals.
Mississippi, wiho meets LSU
this coming weekend, tuned up
with an impressive 28-0 white whitewashing
washing whitewashing of powerful Arkansas.
The Rebs rolled behind bruising
fullback Charley Flowers and
their big and powerful line.
Shutouts seemed to be the ord order
er order of the day as Vanderbilt and
Tennessee stopped a pair of non nonconference
conference nonconference foes. The Commodores
walloped winless Virginia 33-0
grad, and Bob Bacon, Clifford
Luyk, Gil Farley, and Cody
are th e sophs. Luyk is a 8-8 giant
and Farley is a stocky 6-6.
Sherwood, the Gator's leading
scorer last fall should carry the
burden of the offense again this
year. Captain Bob is deadly on
his jump shot and has been work working
ing working on an unstoppable hook shot.
Mosney and Simpson will at attempt
tempt attempt to keep the defense away
from the boards with their long
range set shot bombardment.
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SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS:
THE MEN BEHIND THE HEADLINES
NAA'a On-Compus Interviews Oct. 29
The Florido Alligator, Tues., Oct. 27, 1959
with Tom Moore scoring three
times. The Volunteers played it
close to the vest in stopping Chat Chattanooga
tanooga Chattanooga 23-0. Shophomore Glen
Glass, a Florida boy from Clewis Clewiston,
ton, Clewiston, was the Tennesseeans main
Mississippi State edged Mem Memphis
phis Memphis State 28-23 in a wild affair
at Starkville. Billy Hill tallied
twice to insure a homecoming vic victory
tory victory for the Maroons.
Georgias potent Bulldogs re
mained unbeaten in conference
play as they stopped the Kentuc Kentucky
ky Kentucky Wildcats 14-7. Georgia Tech
also! remained in contention for
the conference crown as they edg edged
ed edged a fired up Tulane eleven 20-
Outstanding performers in the
SEC this past week included
Flowers, Rabb, Cannon, Moore,
Floridas Dave Hudson and Bobby
Joe Green, who averaged 56.6
yards a kick, Glass, Hill and Wal Walter
ter Walter Suggs, Mississippi States
Rabham 1* an outstanding re rebounder
bounder rebounder and Jung possesses a
variety of shots. Shiver is also an
The four up-and-coming sopns
could be the key to a successful
season. Farley and Luyk, the two
giants, play an important role.
Florida was lacking an aggressive
big man under the boards last
year to team with the dependable
Sherwood and either of the two
soph s could fill the bill.
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Rugged Tigers Twist Gator's Tail;
Second Stanza 'Breaks' UF's Back
By JARED LEBOW
Gator Sports Writer
Making the most of back-breaking second period breaks, the nations number one eleven, Louisiana State, turned back a determined
band of Florida Gators 9-0 before a frenzied homecoming crowd of 46.000 fans at Florida Field Saturday, It was the first time LSU has
ever won at Florida Field and it marked the first shutout of a Florida team in sixteen games.
Break number one occurred
midway in the second stanza.
Bobby Joe Green, who averaged
a phenomenal 56.6 for five punts,
was forced to run when Bengal
end Mickey Mangham raced in on
his attempted punt. Bo Strange
and Lynn Leblanc made the tac tackle
kle tackle at the Florida 48-yard line
and the Tigers were in business.
They cashed in, however, only
following break number two. Be Behind
hind Behind the expert running and pas passing
sing passing of talented quarterback War Warren
ren Warren Rabb, the White unit mar marched
ched marched to the Florida two-yard line.
Rabbs performance on the option
and Billy Cannons bruising jaunts
up the middle sparked the
drive. The big gainer was a 17-
yard pass play from Rabb to full fullback
back fullback Donnie Daye.
Penalty Offsets Fumble
From the two, Daye cracked the
Florida middle only to be met by
Dave Hudson and Lawrin Gianna Giannamore
more Giannamore with a jarring tackle. The
ball popped free and tackle Dick
Brantley made a diving recovery
on the four. A sharp eyed SEC
official detected the Gators off offside,
side, offside, however and LSU was gran granted
ted granted a reprieve at the Florida one.
Cannon went up over the center
k of the line and was cartwheeled
Green .... 56.6 per kick
Soccer Club Nips
Soccer was the winning game
Saturday as the Florida Soccer
Club edged Rollins College 1-0 at
Fleming Field before an enthused
crowd of 400 spectators.
It was the first game of the sea season
son season for coach Allen Moores hoot hooters
ers hooters and it was a sweet vic victory
tory victory since the visitors from Win Winter
ter Winter Park are the league-leaders
of the Florida Intercollegiate loop.
The Saurian soccermen control controlled
led controlled the ball throughout the first
quarter, attempting 19-shots. This
ball control proved to be the de deciding
ciding deciding factor as A1 Aquirre and
Calvero Malaveasi combined for
the only point with just two min minutes
utes minutes remaining in the half. Aqui Aquirre
rre Aquirre lifted the ball in front of the
Rollins goal and Malaveasi head headed
ed headed it past the surprised Tar goalie
Coach Moore used the reserves
in the third quarter and they con constantly
stantly constantly beat off attempted Rol Rollins
lins Rollins attacks. Goalie Dick Mercer
was particularly outstanding here.
The Gators mounted their of offense
fense offense again in the final stanza
but couldnt tally. Co-captin Dick
White, Mike Fuentes, and Al Ra Ramerez
merez Ramerez sparkled for the Florida
but officials ruled his progress had
carried into the end zone. Soph
halfback Wendell Harris's con conversion
version conversion was wide and the Tigers
led by six.
The Gators attempted to mount
an offensive but Gaynell Kinchen
made a remarkable, basket-ball
leap interception of a Jack Jones
aerial and LSU set up scrimmage
in Gator territory again. With
Durel Matheme piloting the Go-
Go unit, the Tigers moved deep
into Gatorland. Mathernes runn running
ing running on the option kept the Dietzel Dietzelman
man Dietzelman on the move when it appear appeared
ed appeared they would bog down.
With time running out and a
fourth down situation approach approaching,
ing, approaching, Dietzel called upon his talen talented
ted talented kicker Harris. The speedy
soph was four-for-four entering the
Florida fray and his kick Is break
number three. Harris lofted a
wobbly boot which hit the right
upright, ricocheted off the cross crossbar
bar crossbar and dropped over for three
All this occurred in the second
The Gators, meanwhile, were
having their troubles offensively,
Jon Maceth raced 34-yards off
tackle to produce the largest sin single
gle single chunk of yardage. A Jones to
Nick Arfaras pass covering 28-
yards was the only other penetra penetration
tion penetration of the fabled Tiger defense.
It can be said that the Bengal
Tigers possessed the finest pursuit
seen in a college football team at
Florida Field in many a game.
Until the final period, Bobby
Joe Green was the lone bright
spot in the Florida backfield.
Ed Porch: Director of Intramurals
Ed Porch, a modest and com competent
petent competent senior is the Student Direc- i
tor of Intramurals this year. A
business major from Jacksonville,
Ed has the unenviable job of co coordinating
ordinating coordinating all phases of the Intra Intramural
mural Intramural departments program.
Included among his duties are
the functioning of all the frater fraternity
nity fraternity and independent leagues, the
special sport clubs, the individ individual
ual individual campus wide tournaments and
championships, and the equipment
Last fall, Ed served as coordina coordinator
i too strong. Never
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Greens amazing punts continua continuaally
ally continuaally forced the Tigers back and
his pass from punt formation in j
the end zone shocked even the
bitterest Gator criticizers.
In the late stages or the game,
the Saurians threatened twice and
narrowly missed on both occasi occasions.
ons. occasions. A booming Green kick was
returned by Cannon to the LSU
45-yard line where he fumbled fol following
lowing following a brutal tackle by Dick
Allen Guides Gators
Dick Allen, who guided the Ga Gators
tors Gators to a closing score against
Vanderbilt last week, started the
ball rolling again. He pitched a
16-yarder to Perry McGriff and
thre plays later fired to Hudson
iot 17 more putting the pigskin
at the eleven.
The Chinese Bandits staged an
uprising at this point and the Ga Gaawpr
awpr Gaawpr v
Hudson . Defensive Giant
tor coordinator and manager of the flag foot football
ball football program and gained additio additional
nal additional experience as an office work worker
er worker and intramural official.
He is a member of Kalpha Al Alpha
pha Alpha Order social fraternity and
a member of Sigma Delta Psi,
the national honorary athletic fra fraternity.
ternity. fraternity. Ed is also active in stu student
dent student government.
Serving as Director of Recrea Recreation
tion Recreation and assisting Porch as intra intramurals
murals intramurals coordinator is Dick Fors Forster,
ter, Forster, a senior physical education
major from Miami.
tors stalled. However, Allen \
brought! the fans to their feet oif+
every pass as they barely missed
game-receivers in the end zone.
The second Florida drive fea featured
tured featured the running of Maceth,
Jack Westbrook, Don Goodman,
and the passing of Allen. Mac-
Beth raced for eleven-yards on
the draw play and Westbrook fol-j
lowed with a 13-yard burst. Good Goodman
man Goodman lugged the leather for four!
on a double reverse and the Ga- ]
tors were camped on the LSU
Mceth went outside on a hand handoff
off handoff and 208 pound Billy Cannon
red-dogged on the play and knock-;
ed him all the way back to the
eleven. Again sharp-eyed officials
ruled the forward motion stopped
at that point. Two desperation
j passes by Allen just missed and
the Tigers took over to run out
It can be said that the Gators
came to hit. Despite the absence!
of T im Beaver, the giant 230-
pounder who has been the out outstanding
standing outstanding lineman for the past two
weeks, the line hit with vigor and
authority. Captain Hudson and
Asa Cox were particualrly out outstanding
standing outstanding and Giannamore and
i Ronnie Slack weren't far behind
Center Bob Wehking, guard
Chet Collins, and tackle Roger
Seals played their finest games
as Gators. Green never kicked
better. It was the best team ef effort
fort effort of the year, future opponents
| Dick coordinates the activities
|of all the special clubs through
their individual presidents. He re recently
cently recently directed the Swim Fins for,
their homecoming performance.
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Lawrin Giannamore seems to
be yelling this at Gator foes as
he moves in for the kill. His
vicious line pIaJV has earned
him honors as one of the
souths leading lineman and he
has made the All-America ad advistory
vistory advistory board.
Flit Tiger Frosh
At Florida Field
The University of Florida fi*esh
men footballers host the Baby Ti Tigers
gers Tigers from Auburn Friday night at
Florida Field. Game time is eight
. It will be the first home game of
the season for the frosh who tram trampled
pled trampled the Miami, yearlings 36-6 two
weeks ago. This squad is consid considered
ered considered to be one of the finest to
have matriculated at the Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville campus.
The Baby Gators, under the
able direction of Coach Earl Scar Scarborough
borough Scarborough and his staff, will be out
to avenge a 20-14 loss to the
The frosh had all but clinched
the game when Carey Senn, son
of the Auburn coach, stole the
ball from a Gator back and rac raced
ed raced to the winning score.
The freshman squad is truly
an all Florida outfit with thirty
in-staters and only four non-crack non-crackers
ers non-crackers on the team. Among the for foreigners,
eigners, foreigners, however, are talented
quarterbacks Bobby Dodd Jr. and