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from Jacksonville, is aiming not a ray gunbut an
electrostatic precipitator used to measure the dust in intensity
tensity intensity in the air. The device will be demonstrated at
the Engineers Fair this weekend. (Photo by Myron
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Robot to Promote
Engineering Fair
Ottamatix travels to downtown Gainesville this
week, advertising in true robot style the 15th annual
Engineers Fair.

Otto is a friendly iron ironman
man ironman scheduled to put on a show
for the electrical engineers again
IFC Rebukes
Phi Delta Theta
Phi Doha Theta has been se severely
verely severely reprimanded by the Inter Interfraternity
fraternity Interfraternity Council Tribunal for its
part in a fracas near the Sigma
Phi Epsilon house Feb. 23.
I Phi Delt pledges had gone to
toe SPE House to paint a lawn
statue. bu!t fist fights broke out
after tempers flared, according to
reports.
Painting the statue and the en ensuing
suing ensuing skirmish between the two
fraternity groups, the tribunal
felt, was detrimental to the fra fraternity
ternity fraternity system as a whole and
was conducive to poor inter-frater inter-fraternity
nity inter-fraternity relations.
As a result of the reprimand by
the tribunal, Phi Delta Theta will
continue to operate as usual. How However,
ever, However, the reprimand will appear
on the fraternity's record and will
influence penalties for any future
violations.
The tribunal also decided the
Phi Delt pledge class should adopt
a service project to be completed
by the end of the semester. Upon
completion of the project the fra fraternity
ternity fraternity is directed to hand in a
brochure to be reviewed by the
tribunal. Failure to fulfill the pro project
ject project wiH result in the considera consideration
tion consideration of probation for the fraterni fraternity,
ty, fraternity, according to the tribunal de decision.
cision. decision.
At the tribunal meeting the Phi
Delta admitted they were in the
wrong, and offered to do what
was necessary to correct the sit situation.
uation. situation. i

COMMENTS ON RECENT LETTS RS TO THE ALLIGATOR

Hate Criticizes, Hits Defense of Fraternities

By JLM MOORHEAD
Gator Staff Writer
Dean of Men Lester L. Hale
this week voiced general agree agreement
ment agreement with recent criticisms of
the UF fraternity system but
termed some point* raised in
its defense inaccurate find
typical of the IFCs tendency
to delay consideration of im important
portant important issues.
Hale spoke in reference to the
four-point criticism of the UF
fraternity system and IFC ex expressed
pressed expressed in a letter to the Alli Alligator
gator Alligator (Feb. 36 issue) from for former
mer former IFC President Bill Wagner
and the subsequent rebuttal
(March 1) from Gordon Har Harris.
ris. Harris. incumbent IFC president.
Wagner expressed four main
faults with present fraternity
system:
(1) Failure to select better
men as IFC representatives;
421 failure to demand fulfill fulfillment
ment fulfillment of duties from IFC repre representatives;
sentatives; representatives; (3) too much student
politics in the IFC;
And (4) failure to demand that
the IFC consider and take action
on fraternity problems.
B** fee tart poirt m

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THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR

this weekend at the fair.
Made from old airplane parts,
Otto talks, shakes hands, lights
up, wiggles his ears, and in short,
does everything a model robot
should do.
The iron-clad publicity man is
one of the electricians 16 exhibits
which also include an auto-car
and the radio hamshock, W4DFU.
The car will automatically fol follow
low follow a road marked out for it, said
Publicity Chairman Jay Harri Harrison.
son. Harrison.
The public is invited to send
messages through the short-wave
radio to any city in the world.
Civil engineers are aiming their
projects at the older set. They
have slated their classmate, Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Higley, to do some diving
from their concrete diving board.
The 16-foot board is made of
pre-stressed concrete.
UF engineers go on display Fri Friday,
day, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, from
2 to 10 p.m., in the Engineering
Building, the Statistical Lab and
the Hangar behind the ROTC
building. The Nuclear Reactor and
Physics Buildings -will also hold
open house.
Trombone Men'
To Play at I 'Ball'
The Trombone Sound will fill
the Florida Gym Saturday, March
19, as Kai Winding and his sextet
mount the bandstand for the 1960
Military Ball.
Well known to jazz enthusiasts
ah over the country, the group
appeared at the University in
spring, 1968 as a Lyceum Council
presentation.
Winding will depart from his us usual
ual usual jazz style to play popular
dance music for the ball, accord according
ing according to publicity chairman Jim
Hunter.

being the main shortcoming.
Fraternities, in my judge judgement,
ment, judgement, ne said, make a solid
and constructive contribution to
the community. Society would
be poorer without them.
But, he said, problems exist
and the IFC needs to take the
initiative in dealing with them,
not only in solving problems as
they arise, but in seeking them
out as well.
Hale differed with Wagner's
use of the word invasion in
saying that the administrations
methods of indirect coercion
through contact with fraternity
national officers is an invasion
of our (fraternities) rights.
Question Os Semantics
The dean said he informed
all local chapter presidents last
semester that he was sending
to their respective national head headquarters
quarters headquarters a copy of the answers
received on a questionnaire
which his office submitted to
each UF fraternity chapter.
This, he felt, could not be con construed
strued construed as an invasion of rights.
He added that it was mainly
only a question of semanfaca.

Pharmaty
May Lose
Standing
If Board Raps
5-Year Plan
By JOAN TAMS
Gator Editorial Assistant
Loss of accreditation for
the UF College of Pharmacy
possible if the proposed
five year curriculum plan is
not approved by the Board
of Controlwould mean UF
graduates could not qualify
for licensing exams in any
state but Florida, UF Presi President
dent President Dr. J. Wayne Reiti
said Friday.
Florida law, Reitz explained al allows
lows allows graduates of state schools of
pharmacy to take the Florida ex exam
am exam whether the school is accred accredited
ited accredited or not.
The proposal to increase the
time required to get a bachelor
of science degree in pharmacy
from four to five years was in introduced
troduced introduced as a routine matter at
the February Board of Control
said.
Dr. Reitz said the request for
a five year program was based on
the need of the College of Phar Pharmacy
macy Pharmacy to adapt its program to
that required by the American
Council on Pharmaceutical Edu Education
cation Education or lose its accreditation
from that group.
Board Veto Asked
The immediate reaction of the
Board as included in a Associated
Press story Feb. 19, Said James
Love, board member from Quincy
opposed the change and urged
board members to veto proposal
as a strike against higher drug
prices.
According to the story Love said,
This five year proposition is the
result of a trend toward a closed
shop in the profession. The costs
of drugs have risen, and I hesitate
to add to these costs.
Love, a recently appointed
member of the Florida State
Board of Pharmacy ic quoted in
the story as telling the board
"Lets tell them to take their
accreditation and go lump it.
See PHARMACY, Page ft

Honor Court Investigations
On Upsurge, Beaver Says
By DICK HEBERT
Gator Staff Writer
The Honpr Court has investigated more cases already this semes semester
ter semester than the total checked during the entire spring semester last
year.
Honor Court Chancellor Sid Beaver said most of this springs
cases involved cheating and more than half of these were in lower
division courses.

Six oases have already been
tried and 10 await disposition.
Four cases have been dismissed
for lack of evidence and two are
to go before the Court tonight,
Beaver said.
Os the six tried, two of the four
who pleaded not guilty were ac acquitted.
quitted. acquitted. One of these was a stu student
dent student charged with stealing student
assignment seats for football
games during the recent ticket
sale scandle.
Os the other four, all cheating
cases, one was acquitted on one
count but found guilty of cheating
in a French laboratory.
From one to six defendants are
implicated in the 10 cases await awaiting
ing awaiting disposition, Beaver said, and
these average about two to the
case.
The chancellor expressed his
surprise at die way the honor

Wagners letter was promptly
rebutted by Harris in a letter
appearing in the following Alli Alligator
gator Alligator edition.
Hale said Harris letter was
inaccurate at one point in stat stating
ing stating that the IFC now has com complete
plete complete eontrol of investigation,
prosecution and punishment of
any violation of an IFC or uni university
versity university regulation by a fratern fraternity.
ity. fraternity.
Is Not The Case
Actually, Dean Hale said, com complete
plete complete control by either side
would be unsatisfactory to both
and such is not the ease.
The administration is at
times able to supply information
not readily available to the fra fraternities
ternities fraternities while the fraternities,
by being on the firing line, sre
closer to a great many prob problems
lems problems than die administration,
he said.
Concerning die fraternity road
trip problem, Harris wrote that
discussion of the issue was held
last Thursday night among the
IFC member* and fraternity
prasutaota and sent a nonuitanc

University of Florida, Gainesville, FloridaMarch 8, 1960

Phys. Ed.
In G'ville Attorney's Office

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BRYANT LAMBASTS OPPOSITION
. . Former Speaker of the House Far Farris
ris Farris Bryant, Ocala, attacks opposing
gubernatorial candidates at a panel dis discussion
cussion discussion Friday night at Gainesville High
School. Left to right: Mayor Haydon

Candidates Differ on Jones Case,
Pledge More Support for Education

The controversy over political
participation of UF faculty mem members
bers members caused a sharp division
among gubernatorial candidates
speaking here at a Friday night
forum.
Five hopefuls appeared on the
platform Farris Bryant, Ocala;
Haydon Bums, Jacksonville; Ted

system has worked since he as assumed
sumed assumed office.
Nine out of 10 cheating oases
that come to the Courts attention
are reported by students, he said.
Os course, stealing cases are
usually reported by the campus
police.
Reviewing the function of the
court, Beaver explained it does
not have the single purpose of
protecting the honor system by
weeding out the people who cant
live up to the trust they are
placed under by the system.
Rather, we try to also itn-
See HONOR, Page 3
Trianon Applications
appucauong tor manon, wom womens
ens womens honorary sorority, are now
available at the Florida Union
Information Booth.

had been formed te> study the
situation.
This points up the IPC's ten tendency
dency tendency to delay consideration of
important problems, according
to Hale. He said the road trip
issue has been pressing for
months.
Has Shown Promise
Hale added that he thought the
IFC has shown signs of catch catching
ing catching fire in the last several
weeks. He said if the IFC
should come up with a reason reasonable
able reasonable plan fr coping with road
trips, even if it were not in
complete accord with any ad administrative
ministrative administrative solution, it would
certainly be given s try.
The dean stressed that the ma major
jor major issue, however, is that the
basic underlying concept of
fraternity responsibility is at
stake.
He said the greatest step fra fraternities
ternities fraternities could take m sustain sustaining
ing sustaining their cause would be to sim simply
ply simply live up to me self-imposed
ideals and responsibilities found
ta fertr sum rrmla

Burns, Jacksonville; Former Speaker
of the House Ted David, Hollywood;
State Sen. Fred Dickinson, West Palm
Beach, and Bryant. (Photo by Myron
Persoff.)

David, Hollywood; Fred Dickin Dickinson,
son, Dickinson, West Palm Beach, and John
McCarty, Fort Pierce.
Doyle Carlton Jr., preparing lor
his official kickoff rally, was un unable
able unable to make the forum, but
spoke over a telephone hookup.
Controversial Topic
Referijing to a currently con controversial
troversial controversial topic three aspirants
(Bryant and Dickinson left to
meet plane reservations) com commented
mented commented on the firing of UF pro professor
fessor professor T. Brooks Jones when he
filed for circuit judge last week.
David Bums favored allowing
faculty members to run for polit political
ical political office. Each said he advooat*
ed a change in the present policy.
But McCarty stated, Im not
going to say what you want to
hear. Elimination of the present
policy prohibiting political activi activity
ty activity would result in a breakdown in
the operation of a university, he
added.
McCarty said he had resigned
his duties as circuit judge before
announcing for (he governors
race because he felt he could not
continue to perform his duties
adequately.
Stronger Education Support j
Floridas next governor pledged
stronger support for higher edu education
cation education in the state.
This promise was made by all
six of the candidates heard by an
audience of 600 m the perform performance,
ance, performance, termed by one guberna gubernatorial
torial gubernatorial hopeful as a circus.
The six men agreed on the

ALLEN CALLED 'TOOL 7

Politicians Continue Blasts

B v GARY PEACOCK
Gator Staff Writer
The United Party used a hidden
tape recorder to prove that the
VOTE Party is dominated by a
small faction. UP Chairman Reg Reggie
gie Reggie Black said Sunday^
We were tired of VOTE'S at attempts
tempts attempts to disrupt the United Par Party
ty Party and our not being able to prove
it, Black said.
And the conversation on the
tape is conclusive proof of some
things that we have long known
but were heretofore unable to
prove, Black added.
A small group of individuals
dominate the VOTE Party. Many
other members have absolutely no
voice in policy decisions of their
party,. Black said.
Allen Called Tool
Buz Allen ie a tool of a few
politicos. He will even go sofar
as to rubber stamp the choice of
these men for high student govern government
ment government appointive positions, Black
said.
These few politicos will sacri sacrifice
fice sacrifice at the snap of a finger other

Spring Stations April 7
Spring elections will he held
on April 7, according to Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of the Interior Paul Mar Martin.
tin. Martin.
Last day a candidate may
qualify for office la March a t

need for increased funds for high higher
er higher education but differed on how
to get them and how they should
be allot ed.
Bryant asserted the basic need
of a university is students and
professors, so he placed top pri priority
ority priority on compensating the aca academic
demic academic staff. He said buildings
would come after this first neces necessity
sity necessity was met.
Criticizes Legislature
Bums criticized the Legislature,
particularly the governor candi candidates
dates candidates from that body for not see seeing
ing seeing the need before. He said
providing the budget requirements
is a job of toe Legislature.
Carlton stated by phone he was
convinced more funds were need needed
ed needed for universities and be would
meet the problem, if possible, with
money found elsewhere in the
state budget.
David agreed it would take
money to improve the Universi University.
ty. University. He said there is a direct rela relation
tion relation between money and great greatness
ness greatness in higher education.
Dickinson hit toe lack of long longrange
range longrange planning ait the executive
level the governor and the
board of control. He said the
campus faced overcrowding to today
day today because of this lack of plan planning.
ning. planning.
McCarty favored a business-like
approach to higher education. He
said 0 the emphasis should be
placed on quality instead of quan quantity.
tity. quantity.

members of the VOTE Party for
political expediency, Black ad-j
ded
VOTE Party Fraternity Chair- i
man Ed Shafer answered Blacks
charges. i

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WE WON!! ... A second before this
shot was taken Friday night, these Al Alpha
pha Alpha Delta Pi sorority Voters were the
picture of demure Southern woman womanhood.
hood. womanhood. Then the judge* announced they

Husband Fires Fatal
Ballets, Shoots Self;
Condition Is 'Critital'
By HARRY S. RAPE
Gator Editorial Assistant
The estranged husband of a UF instructor was hi
critical condition Monday night after killing his wife
Sunday and then shooting himself. i
The young UF instructor was shot to death by hej
husband while negotiating divorce proceedings in i
Gainesville attorneys office.
The impassioned husband then turned the gun and
shot hiftiself.

Patricia Louise Radke, 26, danc dancing
ing dancing instructor in the College of
Physical Education and Health,
was felled by three slugs from
her 28-year-oid husbands small,
.22 caliber pistol, according to
Alachua County Sheriff Joe Cre Crevasse.
vasse. Crevasse.
The shooting occurred in the of offices
fices offices of Adkins and Jenkins at attorneys,
torneys, attorneys, 225 SW 2nd Ave., where
Mrs. Radk was discussing di divorce
vorce divorce plans with her husband, Ro Robert
bert Robert Charles Radke, 28. and her
attorney A. 2. Adkins, the sheritf
said.
She died ftO minute* after the
shooting. i
Mrs. Radke was about two
months pregnant. The couple had
been separated about six weeks,
investigators reported.
State Attorney T. E. Duncan or ordered
dered ordered an autopsy on the dance
instructor. Investigation is con continuing
tinuing continuing and no charges have been
lodged in the case as yet, he said.
Her husband was listed in cri critical
tical critical condition at Alachua General
Hospital where he was being treat treated
ed treated for the bullet wound in his
chest. Crevasse said Radke was
being placed under guard to prev prevent
ent prevent a further attempt on his life.
Returns To Kill
The couple along with Mrs.
Radke parents met at Adkins
office about ft Sunday afternoon.
Following a short conference
Radke departed, Crevasse said.
Half an hour later Radke re returned.
turned. returned. Adkins said he saw him
come up on the porch of hie of office
fice office building and he went to let
him in, the sheriff related.
Adkins told the sheriff Radke
stated, Im ready to sign the
papers. He said he explained to
the husband that it would take a
while to get the papers prepared
tor his signature.
Radke then went into the ad adjoining
joining adjoining room where his wife was
still waiting. Adkins said he was
standing behind Radke when he
See UF, Page 8
New Grants Announced
Twelve graduate fellowships
have been awarded the UF by
the Department of Health. Educa Education
tion Education and Welfare. Dean L. E. Grin Grinter
ter Grinter of the graduate school an announced
nounced announced recently.

Everybody in toe VOTE Party
has a in policy decisions. No
small group of individuals has any
more say than any other. Shafer
said,
See UNITED, PK

had won the panhellenic Sing trophy in
the sentimental category. The other
trophy winner was Alpha Epsilon Phi
sorority, best in the novelty bracket.
by Sam Johiuton.) <

It's Too
Late Now
SEE PAGE 2

Stages This Edition


Warm-Hearted,
Almost Gay, But
Hid Problems'
Pat Radke. i -rt 35-yeai-oid fn
terpretive dance' instructor
screamed Sunday afternoon j.
second before her estranged htis
band fatally shot her.
According to her friends andlstu
dent's, she was an extremef'
warm-heartedalmost gay wc
man.
The Tuesday before her death,
the dark 'haired teacher gave
dancing recital in the Universit
Auditorium. By all account, sh
was very good.
Jean Bennett, a coed who kne\
Mrs. Radke casually, said l wen
to her dance recital Tuesday nigh
and thats u we talked about thi
next day . how cute she waj
and how full of pep.
* Carolyn Bizub, cheerleader whe
took intermediate dance -lessons
from Mrs. Radke, was stunned bj
the news. But her single comment
was encompassing: She was wont
derful.
Mrs. Madeline Nixon, a co-p -o
fessor of the slain woman,
ed Hrs. Radke a very nice per
son, close to the whole depart
ment .a very fine teaches.
But in an accurate poet-mo*
tem, Mrs. ? T ixon said I think ahf
hid her troubles.
'Pressure' Film fl
On 'Tolk Bock' I
|
Pressure, Tuesdays Talk
Back film wHI spotlight eollege
time problem*/.
The 9 p.m. presentation will be
panelled by two married couples
and moderated by the Rev. Lacey
Harwell, pastor of the Presbyter Presbyterian
ian Presbyterian Student Center.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ridh and Mr.
and Mrs. Bumper Watson are sla slated
ted slated for the panel.
There will be disemeoarw m as*
ija! in the dorm* and sorority and
fraternity houses following the
program
David Backers to Meet
An organizational meeting of
Students for Ted David will be
held in room 104 of the Law
Building, March 10 art 1 p.m.
Students interested hi sup supporting
porting supporting David who are not" able
to attend the meeting are to cad
Mort PerHn at FR 3-8259.



THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR

Page 2

We feel the negative reaction of the
Board of Control towards the recent
proposal for a five-year curriculum in
the College of Pharmacy was not
meant to harm the University, the stu students,
dents, students, the faculty or the pharmaceut pharmaceutical
ical pharmaceutical profession.
Although the reason given in the
press for such action were the interests
of the public and lowering the prices
of drugs, we understand they are not
the main issues involved.
The main issue seems to be whether
accreditation groups should have the
power to dictate their desires to in individual
dividual individual faculties of universities.
The value of such nationwide
groups in raising and maintaining the
standards in professions and fields of
study through examination of the
quality of instructional programs is
surely recognized.
But in many areas and many times
the individual college is torn between
jdoing what it thinks best, and what
the accrediting group in its field re requires
quires requires for membership or approval.
We cannot say if the American
Council on Pharmaceutical Education
is legitimately serving the best inter-
ests of the nation and the pharma pharmaceutical
ceutical pharmaceutical profession in requiring this
five-year curriculum.
We cannot say if this trend for ac-

RICHIE AT RANDOM

What's in a WordPTraces Language

By DON RICHIE <*
Whats in a word? Plenty, if
it's an English word.
The very thing you are read reading
ing reading the paper is descended
from the papyrus reed of an ancient
cient ancient Egypt, the tool of the first
great historians at the beginning
otf the Hall of History.
The ancient Greeks gave us
rubbing amber RICHIE
(elektron). The Atoms name
came from atomos, which to
the ancient Greeks meant un uncuttable
cuttable uncuttable or indivisible entity.
We know differently today, how however.
ever. however.
THE ROMANS borrowed much
of the culture from the people
they conquered, but they were
forward in money matter. Sal Salary,
ary, Salary, comes from their use of
salt as wages to the mercenaries
and lower classes, and pecun pecuniary
iary pecuniary from their term pecus"
for the then current standard
of value for the well-heeled
the cow.
Sweeping down from the
teppes of Asia, the Mongol bar barbarians
barians barbarians gave us, indirectly, such
words as slave and knout and
scimitar, as they laid waste to
the Roman empire.
Meanwhile, the stout Celts
swept from Europe to what we
know as England and found the
rustic Briton tribes living in
forest splendor. They named
the trees they found, beech,
lm, hazel, and the domestic
factors such as com, furrow,
and meal.
* *
CAESARS ROMANS brought
little culture with them when
they visited the Isles in the First
Century, AD. They can be
credited with little, save, sea
terms like port or their word
i for camp castra which is
now affixed to many of their an ancient
cient ancient sites: Lancaster, Glouces Gloucester,
ter, Gloucester, Winchester, etc.
But the other Latins, the arms

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of the Church, beginning in Au Augustines
gustines Augustines time (Sixth Century,
A.D.), gave such words from
the ritual as altar, candle, creed,
deacon, hymn, martyr, mass,
priest, psalm, shrine, and tem temple.
ple. temple.
Later they also gave us many
of our terms used in schools and
universities, which they estab established.
lished. established.
* *
THE DANES and Viking tribes
from the North swooped in be before
fore before 1,000 A.D. and gave us our
words for many weapons and
household items,, such as knife,
fork and bread.
For awhile, though, the Teu Teutonic
tonic Teutonic Anglo-Saxons held the line
with the majority of the basic
words we still use today; such
as dew, night, star, wind, desk,
rfhest, kettle, pillow, wine, and
wife.
But a dramatic change was
to come over our language af after
ter after the French subdued the Eng English
lish English in 1066. The Anglo-Saxon
stool was put in th e kitchen and
the French chair went in the
parlor (which meant a place to
talk).
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SAXON OXEN, sheep, calves,
and swine moved over to pro provide
vide provide room on the table for the
French beef, mutton, veal, pork,
and bacon; the English propensi propensity
ty propensity for synonyms was well under
way. You did not eat at a
board anymore, but had din dinner,
ner, dinner, supper, and banquets un under
der under the regime of the French
William of Norman.
Such words as duke, viscount,
baron, and countess were blend blended
ed blended with the Church's authori authoritarian
tarian authoritarian words of government,
command, control, judge, do dominion,
minion, dominion, and empire to add to
the English nomenclature of re regality.
gality. regality.
The Renaissance saw the need
to make compounds from the an ancient
cient ancient cultural and English lan languages
guages languages into such words as en encyclopedia,
cyclopedia, encyclopedia, epidemic, hypothe hypothesis,
sis, hypothesis, paragraph, and physical,
along with the technical words:
automatic, dynamo, magneto,
metronome, and telescope.
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most popular and elegant Eng English

Editorials

crediting groups to assume greater
control over universities is a good
thing or bad.
We are not in a position to know it
the UF College of Pharmacy actually
needs a five year program.
But we do know what will happen
if the UF College of Pharmacy loses
its accreditation.
Students will leave here and attend
some other pharmacy school. Instruc Instructors
tors Instructors will find jobs at other schools, or
in industry. It is that simple. Neither
faculty nor students will wish to be
associated with the only unaccredited
pharmacy school in the nation.
If the Council's requirements are
felt to be an unfair restriction; a re reform
form reform in such activities is felt to be
in the interests of education, then by
all means the Board of Control and the
UF administration should fight for
such changes.
The fight, however, should be
waged on the national level with the
accrediting group, where the ques questionable
tionable questionable policy originates.
But we can see no sense in opposing
the present plan on the local level.
Nothing will be proved if the College
of Pharmacy loses its accreditation accreditationnothing
nothing accreditationnothing except we would be the only
unaccredited school of pharmacy in
the United States.

Tuesday, March 8, 1960

lish English was amalgamated by such
literary greats as Chaucer,
Spenser and Shakespeare, with
the aid of autocratic King
James version of the Bible for
the people after 1600 and the
English language had backbone
and form.
Sounds easy, but it was a
difficult and complicated pro process,
cess, process, of course, and a dramatic
study of evolution.
Faraway lands were not with without
out without effect, either. The Crusades
brought back such Arabian
terms as awning, sherbet, chess,
checkers, and terms for spices
from the Asian trade routes to
Cathay (China) and Japan.
The lure of travel and trade
gave us the pajama and settee
from Hindustan, and fiom the
14th to 16th centuries our sea
terms were enhanced by the
Dutch, to-wit: skipper, keel,
mesh, dock, reef, rover, cruiser,
marline and mesh.
* *
FROM MEXICO drifted up to
us the word alligator (a corrupt corrupted
ed corrupted form of allagarto or big
lizard) and table terms such as
chocolate (cacao) and tomato.
From the Caribbean came
cannibal, hammock, hurricane
and maize. From South America
came the canoe, potato and to tobacco,
bacco, tobacco, all items that our own
Indiana were using under other
names.
The American Indians gave us
such terms as moccasin, toma tomahawk,
hawk, tomahawk, pow-wow and hickory, as
well as the names of many
cities on the sites of camps.
And, of course, just as we be became
came became a united group of states,
the French indelibly impressed
the words, liberty, equality and
fraternity into our everyday
speech.
This does not even scratch
the surface of the rich roots of
our English language. From the
cultures of the Hindu Bhagavad-
Gita, the shadowy words from
the Parthenon and Pantheon,
the Roman and Holy Roman
Empires, Buddha, the plays of
Shakespeare and the rise from
trade to industrial civilizations
of the British and American em empires.
pires. empires.
Our language is bewildering
only because it is so rich.

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CHARLES ARNADE

Lauds, Hits Foreign Student Program

(EDITORS NOTE: Charles
Amade, 32-year-old assistant
professor of history, is a regu regular
lar regular Alligator columnist. Today he
comments on foreign students
In universities.)
A report published in the New
York Times on Feb. 24 on its
front page escaped unnoticed
and was apparently not pub published
lished published in other papers or news
media.
The Times correspondent in
Moscow reported that the USSR
will open a
university for 1
students from
Asia, Africa
and Latin
America. The
school will of- l
training of four
to eight years
with all ex- ( --
penses paid. 1 v . - /
This pay will
include trans- ARNADE
portation and complete medical
care. The age limit will be 35
years and application forms are
already available. The faculty
will include distinguished visit visiting
ing visiting professors from the under underdeveloped
developed underdeveloped areas.
* *
THE NEW YORK Times con
sidered the information of vital
importance, dedicating an edi editorial
torial editorial in its Sunday edition of
Feb. 28 to this matter and pub publishing

THE FLAIL

Tells Why We Can't Get Performers

By JOHN MILLER
Last time we spoke of the
lack of dance as a represented
art form on this campus.
And in the concluding para paragraph
graph paragraph there was mention of
naming a few companies and
artists that do tour and may be
available at any time to this
campus. That is, if we only had
a place for them to perform.
First, let me correct any
wrong impression that last
weeks column might have giv given.
en. given. I am not at all displeased
with the Lyceum presentations.
A good series, every year, and
well presented. But we cannot
expect them to make angels
from tar-babies, can we?
* *
ALL RIGHT, to the various
groups and their styles. For
those who like modem dance,
we could have seen Jose Limon
and group except (1) he wont
perform under our existing con conditions
ditions conditions and (2) the presentation
of modem dance requires rath rather
er rather more esthetically than the
Gymnasium offers. True, this is
not necessary. .
Two fine soloists are avail available,
able, available, Jean Erdman and/or Elea Eleanor
nor Eleanor King; The first known for
dances of any sort or style; the
second for her especially fine
Oriental and Greek presenta presentations.
tions. presentations. But both are finicky,
if you permit the word, and take
special care of their feet, guard guard'n£
'n£ guard'n£ against all possible injury.

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lishing publishing letters to the editor on
this item.
The Times said the creation
of such a univexsity will at attract
tract attract wide attention both on the
education and the propaganda
front.
It then evaluated our own for foreign
eign foreign student program, giving it
a fairly clean bill of health, but
deploring the financial side
which often bars students of
moderate means from coming to
the United States for their stud studies.
ies. studies. The Times said that the
Russian challenge means that
we must improve the American
ssytem of international educa education.
tion. education.
* *
There are indeed many good
features to the American sys system.
tem. system. By sheer numbers we lead
the Soviet Union. By January,
1960, the United States had near nearly
ly nearly 50,000 foreign students from
131 countries studying in 1,680
universities and colleges.
The students are part of the
American student body. The es establishment
tablishment establishment of a separate uni university
versity university for foreign students in
the Soviet Union is tantamount
to segregating them. Our inte integrated
grated integrated system is far more dem democratic
ocratic democratic and liberal.
Foreign students in our midst
are not impeded in learning our
merits and mistakes. Often they
fail to appreciate this freedom.
* *
OUR GREATEST shortcoming

FOR THE SAME reasons,
such artists as Alicia Markova
or the great Indian soloist Gina
Blau, will not be seen by audi audiences
ences audiences at this university for some
time to come.
Some bright young face is by
this time wreathed in smiles as
the thought comes: Why not
get Jose Greco? Jose Greco just
loves to dance on tables. So
do I, my friend, but only under
certain conditions.
Ergo, it would appear to be a
mite perplexing as to why this
great and glorious institution
must tolerate antiquated or
makeshift conditions. Certainly
an auditorium is of prime im importance
portance importance to any large body of
learning, government, or com common
mon common assemblage in general.
* *
THE GIVEN reason for not
having a new, or at least ade adequate,
quate, adequate, auditorium has long been
the lack of money for such a
project. And to this point, I
pose a question:
Will a check of recommenda recommendations,
tions, recommendations, appropriations and past
records show that money for
just such a structure has sev several
eral several times been allocated and
later diverted?
Understand, I am not saying
any individual is to blame and
should be hunted out and have
his wrist slapped. Whatever the
reason for not having positive
action taken on this point and
carried through, the Universi University
ty University must have, among other new

lies in our rigid financial tests
for foreign students. We will ac accept
cept accept only students who can
prove economic solvency.
The federal government is not
doing enough in granting full
scholarships. Whatever is grant granted
ed granted is poorly distributed; the real
merit student is often ignored.
The whole scholarship selection
program instead of being han handled
dled handled by university faculties is in
the hands of a vast bureaucracy
connected with the federal gov government.
ernment. government.
If anyone is to be praised it
is the state and private insti institutions
tutions institutions for making space' avail available
able available for foreign students and
even employing full-time foreign
student advisors with office
staffs.
NATURALLY THE presence
of foreign students enriches the
environment of a campus and
the money invested in having a
foreign student program is well
spent.
In sum. although the U. S.
foreign student program is in inherently
herently inherently democratic it is geared
to the well-to-do, the families
who ar e losing power in the
great revolts of the masses. We
must devise a better system to
bring to the United States the
talented foreign student regard regardless
less regardless of his financial status.
Charles W. Amade

and larger facilities, an assem assembly
bly assembly place where the students can
gather to view those presenta presentar
r presentar tions geared to the status of
such a school.
Who knows? At the present
rate, it may become a necessi necessity
ty necessity to have a place large enough
for a 7:40 section of ancient
Greek phonetics.
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to the Editor

Says Miller Memo Not
Realistic, Ignores Facts

Editor:
Re: The ideal of political im immunity
munity immunity for the UF as outlined
in the late President J. Hillis
Millers statement on faculty
participation in politics:
This, of course, has th e la lamentable
mentable lamentable characteristic of most
ideals. That is, it falls short
of reality and ignores the facts.
With the greatest respect for
Dr. Miller, I submit that anyone
who thinks this university ever
was, is now, or ever will ap approach
proach approach being political immune
is believing in fantasy.
Witness, for instance:
1) The University budget, a
political football kicked around
by Legislature and Cabinet as
w'ell as UF faculty members,
administration and students.
2) The Johns investigating
committee.
3) The traditional barbecue at
Homecoming, the kick-off for
state politicians.
4) The Pork Chop Gang's law
restricting educational TV from
telecasting controversy about
state legislation.
5.) The politics that located
the UF in Gainesville in its in-
It is inherent in a state uni university
versity university that it will be involved
in politics. In fact, one reason
Dr. Miller was considered an
outstanding president was his
outstanding political activity in

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THE THUNDERING MARCH OF PROGRESS
Today, as everyone knows, is the forty-sixth anniversary of the
founding of Gransmire College for Women, which, as everyone
knows, was the first Progressive Education college in the
United States.
Well do I recollect the tizzy in the academic world when
Gransmire opened its portals! What a buzz there was, what a
brouhaha in faculty common rooms, what a rattling of teacups,
when I)r. Agnes Thudd Sigafoos, first president of Gransmire,
lifted her learned old head and announced defiantly, We wiU
teach the student, not the course. There will be no marks, no
exams, no requirements. This, by George, is Progressive
Education!
* Well sir, forward-looking maidens all over the country cast
oft their fetters and came rushing to New Hampshire to enroll
at Gransmire. Here they found freedom. They broadened their
vistas. They lengthened their horizons. They unstopped their
bottled personalities. They roamed the campus in togas, lead leading
ing leading ocelots on leashes.
And, of course, they smoked Marlboro cigarettes. (1 say, Os
course. Why do I say, Os course? I say, Os course because
it is a matter of course that anyone in search of freedom should
naturally turn to Marlboro, for Marlboro is the smoke that sets
the spirit soaring, that unyokes the captive soul, that fills the
air with the murmur of wings. If you think flavor went out
when filters came intry Marlboro. They are sold in soft pack
or flip-top box wherever freedom rings.) 4
. Put all was not Marlboro and for the girls of Grans Gransmire.
mire. Gransmire. There was work and study toonot in the ordinary sense,
to be sure, for there were no formal classes. Instead there was
a broad approach to enlarging each girls potentials, both mental
and physical.
Take, for example, the course called B.M.S. (Basic Motor
Skills). B.M.S. was divided into L.D. (Lying Down), S.U,
(Standing Up) and W. (Walking). Once the student had mas mastered
tered mastered L.D. and S.U., she was taught to W.but not just to W.
any old way! No, sir! She was taught to W. with poise,
dignity, bearing! To inculcate a sense of balance in the girl,
she began her exercises by walking with a suitcase in each hand.
(One girl, Mary Ellen Dorgenicht, got so good at it that today
she is bell captain at the Deshler-ffilton Hotel in Columbus,
When the girls had walking under their belts, they were
allowed to dance. Again no formality was imposed. They were
simply told to fling themselves about in any way their impulses
dictated, and, believe you me, it was quite an impressive sight
to see them go bounding into the woods with their togas flying.
(Several later joined the U.S. Forestry Service.)
There was also a lot of finger painting and sculpture with
coat hangers and like that, and soon the fresh wind of Progres Progreseivism
eivism Progreseivism came whistling out of Gransmire to blow the ancient dust
of pedantry off curricula everywhere, and today, thanks to the
pioneers at Gransmire, we are all free.
If you are ever in New Hampshire, be sure to visit the Grans Gransmire
mire Gransmire campus. It is nowr a tannery. tMO
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obtaining funds for the Univer University.
sity. University.
If there is any vgdid argument
against faculty participation in
politics, it certainly isnt politi political
cal political immunity or so-called aca academic
demic academic freedom.
Doug Buck
Worried Kiss
Probe on Way
Editor:
One of the recent issues of the
Alligator gave us a report on
the progress of homosexuality
and heterosexuality at the UF.
It told us of the blown made
against the homosexuality oc occurring
curring occurring on our campus. I am
now proud to report that the
University has taken a lick at
heterosexuality also.
Henceforth it will be a very
grave offense for any Florida
woman to kiss any Florida man
good night in the lobby of any
of the womens dorms.
Kissing now must be confined
to dark comers, alleys and
backwoods. Kissing has become
something dirty and vile and
must not be seen in the light.
Proudly Florida has again
struck a blow for ignorance and
stupidity.
Stan Long



Pharmacy Accreditation
s
Goes If Board Raps Plan

(Continued from Page ONE)
It seems to me that a ifour year
college course is adequate lor
fundamentals, unless the man
wants to go into drug manu manufacturing,
facturing, manufacturing, Love said.
Action Postponed
Final action on the proposal
was postponed until the next
meeting scheduled lor March 25
in Tallahassee. Dr. Reitz will pre present
sent present additional information to the
Board at that time.

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Reitz said the results of a ques questionaire
tionaire questionaire circulated last week
(among pharmacy students showed
| the students highly in favor of a
| five year program.
How many students would still
continue in the School of Phar Pharmacy
macy Pharmacy here if the school lost its
accreditation?, was the question
asked of 101 juniors and seniors
in the College of Pharmacy.
Only two said they would re remain,
main, remain, according to Dr. Perry
A. Foote, dean of the college.
Reasons Explained
Broadening of the pharmacy
curriculum to include more cul cultural
tural cultural electives, lightening the
credit work load, and adding re recent
cent recent pharmaceutical knowledge to
the course material are the rea reasons
sons reasons given by students and faculty
for the proposed change.
The present pharmacy program
ie patterened for completion in
eight regular semesters and one
summer school, however, the ma majority
jority majority of students take approxi approximately
mately approximately 54 months to finish.
Twelve credit hours will be add added
ed added to the curriculum increasing
the requirements for graduation
from 148 credits to 162 credits; if
the five year plan is adopted.
Wont Effect Price
Students and faculty members
the possibility of an ex extended
tended extended program having an effect
on drug prices. It, is the in increased
creased increased cost of living, supply and
demand, or the cost from the
wholesaler which determines the
price of retail drugs, one com commented.
mented. commented.
A six year program is in op operation
eration operation at California, and a five
year one in New York. Florida

A&M University has been on a
five year program since 1957.
Dr. Reitz said it seemed to be
the opinion of the Board of Con Control
trol Control that with the current short shortage
age shortage of pharmacists, adding a fifth
! year would restrict the gradu graduates.
ates. graduates. Pharmacy could then be-
I come a skill in such high demand
graduates could ask premium
wages which would in turn force
up drug prices.
United Charges
Small Group
Running VOTE
(Continued From Page ONE)
As to the charge that Allen is a'
rubber stamp, Shafer said. Allen
as the representative of the stu students,
dents, students, is the leader of the VOTE
Party. The party is built around
Allen and supports him in his de decisions.
cisions. decisions.
Black told an immediate result
of the tape.
Delt politicians (Delta Tau Del Delta)
ta) Delta) attempted to rejoin the United
Party after hearing the tape. They
were refused because it was ob obvious
vious obvious that their motives were not
on a sincere desire to sup support
port support Bob Park and the United
Party, Black said.
But rather they were worried
about their position in the VOTE
Party. We have subsequently
learned that VOTE leaders offer offered
ed offered the Delts one of the top spots
on their slate if they would remain
in the party, Black said.
Whether the VOTE Party will
keep their promise to the Delt
politicians remains to be seen.
Neither we nor the Delta will be
sure until qualifying date, Black
added.
Shafer said the VOTE slate had
not been changed as a result of
the recording.
Meanwhile United Party Inde Independent
pendent Independent Chairman Allen McPeak
listed the United Party independ independents
ents independents at the dorm level: Mac Mel Melvin
vin Melvin and Bill Roberts in Hume,
John Young in the Tolbert area,
A J. Ivey in Grove, arid Don Gel Gelman
man Gelman in the Murphree area.
McPeak said a survey was con conducted
ducted conducted in the dorms last Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday in an effort to determine the
real needs of the independent stu students.
dents. students.
History Group Recruiting
History Students interested in
joining Phi Alpha Theta, national
honorary fraternity, should leave
their names with the history
secretary, room 109 Peabody,
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STUDENTS JOURNEY TO POLIT POLITICAL
ICAL POLITICAL RALLY . UF students cam campaigning
paigning campaigning for gubernatorial candidate
Sen. Doyle E. Carlton, form a motor motorcade
cade motorcade Saturday morning for the 170-
mile trip to Wauchula, the Senators

WILL ROGERS JR. TO SPEAK

Circus Tent, Talent Show
To Highlight Gator Gras

By ANDREA ARTHUR
Gator Staff Writer
A rented circus tent, a first time
Faculty-Student Talent Shf and
the promised participation of
about 25 organizations brought the
comment this time weve got
it. from Gator Gras Chairman
Jack Sites.
Sites, speaking of the March 26
Carnival Night for the Dollars for
Scholars Drive, said the idea had
been tried befoibut this time
it will really go over.
Will Rog -s Jr., son of the fam famed
ed famed American humorist is sche scheduled
duled scheduled to speak March 25 in the
University Auditorium according
to Sites. Rogers, a newspaperman.
Formal Concert' Thursday
The UF Symphonic Band will j
present its Annual Formal Con Concert
cert Concert Thursday at 8:15 p.m., in
the University Auditorium.
Selections, in musical styles
ranging from the 17th to 20th Cen Centuries,
turies, Centuries, will 5 include the works of
Beethoven, Latham, Holst and
Gershwin.
Honor Court Is
BusierBeaver
(Continued From Page ONE)
press on the defendant his mis mistake
take mistake and leave him in a position
to straighten himself out, he
said.
The University Constitution pro provides
vides provides for this dual function. Bea Beaver
ver Beaver noted. It sets maximum pen penalties
alties penalties so a freshman cannot on
his first offense be penalized more
than 15 hours. Other students can cannot
not cannot be permanently expelled until
their second offense.
Only two second offense cases
have been tried since Beaver as assumed
sumed assumed the office of chancellor
last spring. Os these, one was sus suspended
pended suspended for two semesters and
penalized 15 hours. The other,
Beaver recalled, was acquitted.
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home, for Carltons formal campaign
kick-off celebration. The Wauchula
meet was termed the largest political
rally ever held in Florida by a state
paper. Every cc.anty in the state was
represented. (Photo by Myron Persoff.)

a former Congressman and an
actor, will discuss the American
political scene, following his spe special
cial special 15 minute address at the Stu Student
dent Student Leaders Banquet.
Auditions for the Faculty-Stu Faculty-Student
dent Faculty-Student Talent show are March 15
in the Florida Union auditorium,
from 7:30 to 11:30 p.m. Deadline
for submitting applications to the
Florida Union Board office is
Friday at 5 p.m.
School to Fete
Two Stringers
Two awards will be made by
the School of Journalism to stu-
dent correspondents from state
newspapers.
The St. Petersburg Times
Award is made to the outstand outstanding
ing outstanding correspondent from a daily
newspaper. The William L. Low Lowry
ry Lowry Award will be given to a
correspondent, from a Weekly
newspaper.
The journalism department
asks all interested stringers to
submit samples of their work
by March 15 to .Allen O. Skaggs,
director of the University News
Bureau.

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Is Best Section
In Grade Points
Broward fourth floor, NE, led
all sections in taking honors at
the third annual housing scholar scholarship
ship scholarship banquet at the Hub last Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday.
Yulee third floor, Thomas J.
Tolbert first floor, and Hume 3EC
also received plaques >r the high highest
est highest honor point averages in their
respective areas.
Silver medallions enscribed
Scholarship, 1960 were awarded
all men wit! a 3.75 average or
above and to five women with the
highest average in each section
of the womens halls.
JM Conference
Slated Saturday
A conference for the Florida
junior college journalism teachers
will open at the UF School of
Journalism and Communications
Saturday.
Included in the conference will
be publications advisers and
publicity and public relations per personnel.
sonnel. personnel.
The conference will also cover
the related areas of advertising,
boradeasting, and public rela relations.
tions. relations. Workshop sessions will, be
held on counseling, pre pro professional
fessional professional courses and professional
programs.

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me Missile Division is the home of the GAM GAM-77
-77 GAM-77 Hound Dog, an air-to-surface missile
for the Air Force's B-52 bomber. The Mis Missile
sile Missile Di isk n has within its ranks some of the
nation's most experienced engineers and sci scientists
entists scientists in the fields of missiles and weapon
systems. They are performing research on
Rock'.dyne is engaged in ideas-to-hardware
ciave opment of propulsion systems. Hi Hithnvi
thnvi Hithnvi liquid propellant engines, built by
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siles missiles used for military and civilian space
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UF Teacher Slain

(Continued From Page ONE)
pulled out the pistol and snot his
wife three times in rapid suc succession
cession succession at point blank range, the
sheriff related.
The sheriff's office reported
Radke had purchased the pistol
at the Tackle Box during his ab absence
sence absence from the attorney's office.
(wives Death Scream
Mrs. Radke screamed and fell
to the floor near Adkins desk.
New Bus System
Plan Considered
An investigation which might j
lead to the rehabilitaiotn of the
campus bus system failure will
soon get under way.
Dan OConnell, bus committee
chairman, said Thursday a sur survey
vey survey of students will be made
through the Hume and Tolbert
area councils.
The bus was formerly routed to
take students from Hume and
Tolbert areas to the center of the
campus and from there to the
ROTC building.

The Florida Alligator, Tue., March 8, 1960

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i Adkins grabbed for the gumanc
! the two men grappled over it so
a moment, but Radke freed him
j self, keeping a strong grip 01
j the pistol. He turned, the weapon
| on himself, pulled the trigger am
j wounded himself in the'chest, thtj
[sheriff reported.
The Radkes moved to Gainesville
i from Sheboygan. Wis., last Aug
20. They had been married five
1 days before.
She took a job as a dance in
structor at the UF. Her husbanc
had intended to become a studenl
at the University but they arrivee
five days too late for him to en
Iroll, according to the sheriff."
I
Crevasse said Radke toin.d wort
selling insurance and took flying
j lessons in Gainesville for a wink
I before moving to Jacksonville t<
take a job in an executive pos;,
tion with the Boy Scout Counci
of America.
1 j
Music Recital March 15
>
A student recital will be pre presented
sented presented by the Department of
Music Tuesday, March 15, at
3:40 p.m. in Building R.

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Tankers Win; Gridders Shine; Netters to Open

Kemper, Tateishi, Stewart Pace
Mermen to sth Straight SEC Title

By ART LOGIE
Gator Sports Writer
Florida swimmers coasted to
their fifth consecutive Southeast Southeastern
ern Southeastern Conference championship Sat Saturday
urday Saturday at Nashville, Term., winning
14 of 16 events and setting a rec record

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The Florida Alligator, Tue., March 8, 1960

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ord record in one.
For the Gators it was the 12th
SEC crown in 19 years, but for
coaches Buddy Crone and Bill
Harlan it was the initial champion championship
ship championship in their first year as UF
coaches.

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Florida scored 185 points to seal
the win, while second-place Geor Georgia
gia Georgia tallied 70 points. Behind the
Bulldogs came Kentucky with 45,
Vanderbilt with 44, Georgia Tech
with 37, and Alabama with 17.
The Orange aod Blue tankers
were led by Captafcp Roy Tateishi
Jim Souder, Bob Stewart, Jim
Kemper, Steve Mcride and Bill
Cullen.
Tateishi Wins
Tateishi was first in the 100 and
200-yard butterfly races; Souder
won the 100 and 200-yard breast breaststroke
stroke breaststroke events; Stewart took the
100 and 200-yard backstroke; Mc-
Bride won the one and three me meter
ter meter fancy diving; and Cullen cap captured
tured captured the 200-yard individual med medley.
ley. medley.
Jim Kemper was the meets
only triple winner. He copped
the 220-yard freestyle, 440-yard
freestyle, and the 1,500 meter
freestyle.
Other swimmers scoring points
for the Gators were Mike Camp,
Terry Bom, Karl Wiedamann,
Gordon Floyd, Jon Smidt, Charles
Schaumberg, Jerry Sheldon, John
Cummings and Dick Semaker.
The lone record broken during
the two-day contest was by Flor Floridas
idas Floridas 400-yard medley relay team.
The squad consisting otf Stewart:,
Souder, Tateishi, and Cummings
posted a time of 4:04.6, almost
four seconds under the odd mark
set by Florida in 1958.
Star Sprinter
The only events the Gator
splashers did not win were the
50 and 100-yard freestyle races.
Georgias star sprinter, Ralff
Pinkerton, took these events post posting
ing posting a time of 23.8 for the 50, and
52.6 for the 100.
Many of the teams saw snow
for the first time since it snowed
in Nashville on both days of the
meet.
The snow also caused its troub troubles
les troubles as some of the first day events
had to be postponed because Coach
Crone and team members who
had left a day earlier to partici participate
pate participate in these events were stranded
due to bad flying weather.
Floridas next meet will be with
FSU, at GainesviHe, on Saturday,
March 12th. The frosh meet will
begin at 9)60 p.m. white the
varsity contest will start at 4 p.m.

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JACK JONES .
TD Tosser
Bracket Finals Start
The Orange League basketball
season is entering its final stages
this week with bracket champion championship
ship championship action slated.
Sigma Phi Epsilon advanced to
the semi-finals via a clean sweep
over Pi Lambda Phi, SAE, and
previously undefeated Pi Kappa
Alpha.
The Big Eps, paced by Ken Nor Norris,
ris, Norris, will faoe the winner of a three
way tie between Kappa Sigma,
defending loop king Sigma Chi,
and challenger Alpha Tau Omega
and its star Lamar Peace.

Golfers Win State Crown

By JARED LEBOW
Gatar Sports Writer
Jim Parks fired a 67 in the final
round of the Florida InterooUeg InterooUegia/fce
ia/fce InterooUegia/fce Golf Tournament at Ocala to
cop individual honors and lead
his UF teammates to their third
crown in a a many years.
The 16 -year-old sophomore, who
posted four birdies in the last 18
holes, finished two strokes ahead
of Gator teammate Frank Beard
who posted a 284 card. Beard, a
junior, took top honors in the
same tourney last year.
No Stranger
Parks, no stranger to the Ooala
Country Club course, won the
Henry N. Camp Invitational meet
on the same Imks only a few
weeks ago.
A 79-hole soore of 1,V97 was tal tallied
lied tallied by the Orange and Blue
quartet, consisting of Parks,
Beard, Skip Stigger, and Jim Par Parjs|§||f

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Light Shines |
On Florida's j
QB Problem j
A new light shines on the Flor Florida
ida Florida football teams quarterback
problem.
Up until Saturdays 2V 2 hom
scrimmage ses-sion, it appeared!
that senior Jack Jones would have!
to carry the full load tor Coach
Ray Graves Gators next fall.
Larry Libert ore proved nega negative.
tive. negative.
Diminuitive, Libertore, a slick
ball-handling 145-pounder from
Miami, put a twinkle in Graves
eye- Saturday as he intercepted a
pass and returned it 100 yards
for one touchdown and scored an another
other another on a quarterback sneak.
Not to be outdone, Jones dis displayed
played displayed his usual form with a 15-
yard toss to speedy senior Don
Deal and tallied from 10 yards
out on his second TD of the after afternoon.
noon. afternoon.
Eleven touchdowns were chalk chalked
ed chalked up in the first scrimmage of
the year as Graves wide-open
offense previewed the type of scor scoring
ing scoring machine to be used next fall.
The top four teams will be chos chosen
en chosen Tuesday on the basis of past
performance, Graves said, and
attention will be focused mainly
on those four units for the remain remainder
der remainder of the spring practice.

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JIM PARKS .
. Golf Titliat
ker. Stigger had a Tl, while
Parker carded a 7 in the finale.
Frosh Win
Marlin Vogt and Harry Root Jr.
joined forces to take the freshman
title tor the Florida linksmen with
a 72-hole' score of 605. Vogt had

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ROY LANG ...
... Net Ace
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Charity Game Cancelled
Twenty-five veers of charity,,
tradition, and rivalry have been;
cancelled to make way for big- j
time football.
The Sigma Nu-Phi Delta Theta
charity football game, to benefit
the J. Hillis Miller Memorial
Scholarship Fund, has been drop dropped
ped dropped after conflicts with the Uni University
versity University Athletic Department.
Early spring practice made it
impossible for the teams to use
University equipment and Florida
Field this year.

a 75 and Root tallied an 81 for
last round scores.
The No. 2 Gator frosh team
finished third with a team count
of 622. Bob Anderson and Doug
McClaren made up the second
unit.
Florida State finished second be behind
hind behind the UF in varsity team com competition,
petition, competition, 46 strokes off the win winners.
ners. winners. Rollins was third, Florida
Southern, fourth, FSU (No. 2)
fifth, Miami, sixth, and Stetson,
seventh.
I
Chess Teem Wins
The University of Florida
Chess Club defeated the FSU
Chess Club in a 12-game match,
10*/2 to V/j, this weekend at Tal Tallahassee.
lahassee. Tallahassee. Members of the win winning
ning winning Florida team were, Ned
Hardy, Alan Himber, Joel Chali Chalifoux,
foux, Chalifoux, Tom Lucas, Bob SeeremJ
and John Jacobs.
CAGE ASSISTANTS
Michigan States two new assis assistant
tant assistant basketball coaches. Bruce
Fossum and Tommy Rand, both
come from Green Bay, Wis.

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Four sophomores will join re returning
turning returning veterans Roy Lang and
Del Moser, team co-captains, in
the starting six to open the UF
tennis season Wednesday against
Florida Southern at the varsity
courts.
Jim Shaffer, southpaw soph
sensation from St. Petersburg,
will hold down the number one
spot vacated by graduation of
Dave Shaw. Other sophs to see
action are Francisco Montana,
number two man, Art Surlof, and

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Bill Tym.
Lang will play the number three
position and Moser will handle
the number four chores. Both
were consistent winners last
spring.
Shaffer was the SEC : freshman
champ in the number one singles
division while Montana oopped the
number two title.
Others who are slated bo see
action are veterans Lynn Fry
and Morrill Hay and sbph Mike
Cull inane.