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What Next?
An Editorial

Volume 52, No. 34

Gator Gras
To Begin
Ag Day Starts
Two Weeks Fete
Gator Staff Writer
Gator Gras Homecom Homecoming
ing Homecoming of spring/ kicks off
Highlighting Gras' first day will
be the crowning of the Ag Fair
Queen, at the end of Agricultural
Career Da|, according to Chair Chairman
man Chairman Jack Sites.
Mom and Dads. Saturday,
features a chance for parents to
question Dis. J. Wayne Reitz dur during
ing during a forum for Parents in .the
morning. Sight-seeing on campus
and an Alumni-Faculty-Parent
Bar-B-Que will round out the day.
At the Orange and Blue game,
from 2 to 5 p.m., the spotlight
will turn from the gridmem to their
parents during halftime. Players'
parents will sit in a special box,
wearing their sons numbers or.
their backs and be introduced to
the spectators.
Chairman for Mom and Dads
Day, John Goodling has no
way of estimating how many
perents will participate in the
event. We plan to start much
earlier next year, Goodling said,
and to contact every students
parents. by mail.
Alumni returning to campus will
convene for an Annual Meeting
Saturday morning, share in the
Bar-B-Que at Wilmot Gardens and
dine again at the Alumni Banquet.
At the Military Bali, occurring
the same evening, students will
swing beneath parachutes to the
music of Kai Windings Sextet.
Parachute silk clouds will line
the rafters of the gym, where the
1960 Military Bali Queen will be:
The Florida Union's annual'
Sports Car Show is Sunday at lj
p.m. on the Administration Build-;
ing's parking lot.
Editorial Positions Open
Applications for editor, man- i
aging editor, and business man manager
ager manager of the 1960-61 Orange Peel
and Alligator are now available.
The forms may be picked up
from 2 to 4 p.m. in Room 324
Os the Stadium, and must be
turned in by noon Wednesday,
March 23.

Allen Tells SG Philosophy;
Park Wants Platform Ideas

In an attempt to better acquaint the student body with the
programs and personalities of the two presidential candidates, the
Alligator wUJ reserve this space for their personal columns until
the election of April 17.
In our fast-growing university it has become virtually im impossible
possible impossible for campus candidates to meet personally all the students
during any campaign. The editors hope that these columns will
provide a partial solution to this problem.


Will Try to Show
Important Issues
VOTE Party Presidential Candidate
As candidate for student body president. I
shall attempt to present the important issues,
vents, and highlights of the campaign in my
articles prior to election day.
I believe that it is of primary importance to
let the students know exactly where I stand in
this election. I am presently in the process of
meeting and talking with each and every student
in an effort to present my feelings and my par party's
ty's party's views on a student government that can best
represent and serve all students at the Universi University.
ty. University.
I shall snot become involved in personality
differences with the opposition because I believe
these differences are not in the interest of better
student government. .s
Encourages Student Interest
I would like to encourage each and every stu student
dent student to take -an active interest in the coming
election and to express his interest at the polls
on election day.
In talking with numerous students during my
presidential campaign. I have been asked many
times, What is my philosophy on student gov government
ernment government ?
I envision student government not as an end
in itself but rather as an instrument of under understanding
standing understanding and representation of student interest.
It is under this concept that we of the VOTE
party do seek to serve the students of the Uni University.
versity. University.
As a political party, we desire to counsel with
students o*l campus so as to determine just what
their interests are and how they can best be
served. We do not set ourselves up as an omni omnipotent,
potent, omnipotent, all-knowing body; rather we enter this
campaign in the spirit of cooperation and it is
this spirit that we intend to serve.
Aware Os Student Interest
I feel that the experience possessed by the
groups composing our party and by the candi candidates
dates candidates on our slate make the VOTE party very
aware of present student interests and capable of
erving them.
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MISSLE MEETS MlSSKarolyn Bagg of St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg tries an Engineering Fair exhibit for size. Karo Karolyn
lyn Karolyn was cine of the coeds who helped demonstrate the
civil engineers prestressed concrete diving board by
diving into a five foot tank of water. (Photo by Myron
Science-Fiction Display
Takes First Place in Fair

The Big Question, electrical
engineers surprise package,
took first prize in the 15th An Annual
nual Annual Engineers Fair Friday, Sat Saturday
urday Saturday and Sunday.
The closed-door project con consisted
sisted consisted of a science-fiction show
that "disintegrated a man,
transmitted him by light ray to
the moon, brought him back,
and reassembled him, accord according
ing according to Jerry Block, co-chairman
of one exhibit.
An original 35-year-old Edison
light bulb shone above the
switch panel board, not con connected

nected connected in any way with the
exhibit, said Block.
Civils Take Second
Second prize went to civil en engineers
gineers engineers pre-stressed concrete
diving board as Margaret Hig Higley,
ley, Higley, Judy Craig and Carolyn
Bagg took turns diving into the
five feet of water.
B. Handley, his light blue suit
coat pelted with splash,from the
dives, thanked industry for wash
n wear. But Judy Craig came
shivering away with the re remark,
mark, remark, If you put an ice cube
in it, it wouldnt melt.
See SCIENCE, Page 3

Says Service Put
Ahead of Politics
By 808 PARK
United Party Presidential Candidate
Most students think student government is a
farce. The reason is simple: politics have
poisoned student government. We propose to put
service to students ahead of politics.
High office in siudent government should not
be a prize for the biggest smile, or for the most
ruthless organization. It should go to those most
capable and most interested in serving the stu student
dent student body.
And service is not the same as promises.
Service appears in concrete projects such as
the Dollars-for-Scholars program, the anti-book
burning rally, the Broward Hop, the Engineers
Fair, etc.
When student government fails to take the
initiative, dozens of student organizations are
handicapped in their programs. When student
government is deaf to the needs of the Flavets,
the foreign students or the various colleges, stu student
dent student programs suffer.
Has Varied Background
You have to know our campus to solve the
problems of our campus. 1 have been a part of
many different student activities the Alligator
staff, architecture projects. Homecoming. Uni University
versity University Symphony, dormitory programs, intra intramurals,
murals, intramurals, religious programs, etc.
I hold UF degrees in psychology and in Eng English
lish English (honors). Ive done graduate work here and
at two other universities. I am in my last year
of law school and working on a MA in psychol psychology.
ogy. psychology. From this broad picture of campus life we
can build a vigorous, trouble-shooting approach to
student problems.
Our campus needs more than sit-pat govern government!
ment! government! We need competent, aggressive planning.
Student government needs people who are more
interested in doing a good job than in politics.
What Service Means
You will hear UNITED men and women talk talking
ing talking about service. What do we mean? We mean
that student government must deal with students.
The problems of independents in the dormitories
and off campus are the problems of student gov government.
ernment. government. The problems of the little organizations,
not just the big ones, are the problems of student
See PARK, Page S

University of Florida, Gainesville, FloridaTuesday, Morch 15, 1960

Dean Asks
SG Ruled
Campaign I
Gator Staff Writer
Aii administrative official;
said Friday he would be de delighted
lighted delighted to see student gov-j
ernment, take over election
campaign decisions.
Assistant Dean of Men Hayes
K. McClelland said. I would be
delighted to see student gov government
ernment government incorporate all points j
not covered by UF regulations in- 1
to its election laws, if it is pre prepared
pared prepared to do so.
Student-administration agree agreements
ments agreements on campaign practices be began
gan began a controversy last week;
when two of ten points were dis-;
carded by student politicians who
felt they were too severe in re restricting
stricting restricting poop distribution and
rallying places.
Alligator Article
McClelland explained they were
not regulations devised by the
dean of mens office, ad a Fri Friday
day Friday Alligator article said, but
were the results of a student-re student-requested
quested student-requested informal sitdown liai liaison
son liaison group."
The group consisted of Paul
Martin, secretary of interior,
United Party Co-chairman Reggie
Black, VOTE Party Co-Chairman
Ed Shafer, Assistant Director ofj
Housing Fred King and Dean Me-1
They met March 2 to formulate
the ten-point agreement.
Most of the points are covered
by University regulations, the 1
dean said. Any others could be
put into student government elec election
tion election laws.
McClelland said such sitdowns
have been requested every semes semester
ter semester for the last six years before
election campaigns.
Visitors Complained
They began when "poop sheets
and a rainstorm combined to
litter the campus, he said. Visi Visitors
tors Visitors at the time complained of
the administration.
All ten points were agreed
on because those concerned were
not sure of how it would work
when tried, the dean explained.
We accepted something that
just didnt work.
He said he realized that his
sitting behind a deans desk at!
the meeting lent an air of pres-'
tige and authority, giving de- 1
cisions the appearance of rules. 1
Student Poll
One hotly contested point in involved
volved involved dorm distribution of cam-,
paign poop sheets following a!
1,450-student poll of mens dorms
by King.
The survey showed students
did not want to be bothered by!
campaigners. Girls dorms have
been bared from such distribu- j
tion for some time.
See SG, Page X



United Names High Slate Spots

Gator Staff Writer
Candidates for vice president'
and secretary-treasurer were an announced
nounced announced by the United Party Sun Sunday
day Sunday night.
Bill Gautier will be Uniteds;
vice presidential candidate and
Bob Perry will seek the secre secretary-treasurer
tary-treasurer secretary-treasurer spot.
Gautier, member of Sigma Al Alpha
pha Alpha Epsilon and a political sci science
ence science senior from Kendall, said if
elected he planned to interview
students in the dorms to determine
their needs and how they felt
about student government.
Wants Ideas
I will try to coordinate with
| the administration, faculty, and!
student government the ideas that I
are most worthy of the students
consideration, Gautier said.
The vice president must have i
a thorough understanding of the
duties of the student body presi president
dent president so that he will be able to
take over in his absence. Gau Gaultier
ltier Gaultier said.
The vice president is relative relatively
ly relatively free of specific constitutional
duties and has a strong enough
office and the available time to
carry out such projects as the cur current
rent current Dollars for Scholars Cam Campaign,
paign, Campaign, Gautier said"
I believe students should
have a stronger voice in the uni university
versity university administration than they
have today. Students often have
ideas which are worthy of pro promotion.
motion. promotion.
Says Show Need
This clearly shows the need
for coordination with the admin administration.
istration. administration. The promotion of stu student
dent student ideas is not and cannot be
wholly in the hands of student
government, but it should be more
extensive than it is today, Gau Gauitier
itier Gauitier said.
A transfer from the University

Probe Prompts Bosk
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MUTUAL COOPERATIONA smile and a hand handshake
shake handshake signify the goodwill between Jerry Rudderman,
(left), Chairman of the Gainesville Chamber of Com Commerce
merce Commerce Merchants Division and Shell Clyatt, head of
Mens Council. Clyatts organization is surveying stu students
dents students opinion on downtown merchants. (Photo by
Myron Persoff.)
Food Poll Cited
As 'Positive Step'
-Gator Staff Writer
The chairman of the Merchants Division, Gainesville Chamber
of Commerce, is all smiles over the current UF Mens Council sur survev
vev survev of loea 1 retail establishments.

UF Politicians
In Auto Crash
United Party politicians Reg Regi
i Regi gie Black and Ron LaFace were
' injured in an automobile wreck
Thursday night.
On their way souh down North-
South drive about 8:15, Blacks
1960 Fiat sedan hit a concrete
culvert pipe lying across the road.
The pipes were part of a drain drainage
age drainage project under construction on
the drive. The road was blocked
off at the corner of Radio Road,
but one lane was open, Black
said. There were no lights or warn warning
ing warning signs around the pipes, he
UF police arrived on the scene
and carried Black and LaFace
to a local hospital. Black was
treated for bruises and released.
LaFace was admitted for treat-j
ment of severe facial cuts, and
later released.

jof North Carolina after his fresh- j
I man year, Gautiers qualifications |
include: Blue Key Speakers Bu Bureau
reau Bureau (2 years), junior class presi president.
dent. president. executiv' council represen represen,tative,
,tative, represen,tative, deputy chief justice of
| the traffic court and member of
jthe Student Government Evalua Evalua:
: Evalua: tion Committee.
1 Secretary treasurer candidate
Bob Pern said Student govem govem!!
!! govem!! J
ment is a business, a bigbusiness. ;
, and. I can handle the job because

Committee Sets March 22
i Deadline for Applications

Gator Staff Writer
i Deadline for submitting appli applications
cations applications for membership on the
Committee of 67 is March 22.
The Committee is a newly or organized
ganized organized group which will consist
of students from the 67 counties
, in Florida. It was formed for the
purpose of presenting the prob problems
lems problems of higher education to the
j state.
Committee members will go on
: speaking tours in an effort to
support in the 1960 Legislature
for measures that would raise UF
An additional 20 members will
ib needed for the Committees

Mens Council President Shell
Clyatt reported that the Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville business leader, Jerry Rud-.
derman, is very pleased overi
this first positive step the stu students
dents students have made to foster a work -,
ing relationship with the town
Agreements can be reached,!
said Rudderman. and better'
understanding achieved from
such constructive steps.
The survey is being conducted
by the Merchants Council, a sub subsidiary
sidiary subsidiary of the student govern government
ment government organization. Mens Council.
Rudderman hag invited mem members
bers members of the committee to meet
at a luncheon with the Mer-1
chants Division Thursday.
Clyatt will deliver a short ad-j
dress at the luncheon, restating
the survey's objectives and com commenting
menting commenting briefly on the results of
the survey team's first round of
See COMMERCE, Page 8

il'm a business man, among other
I things.
Has Overall Idea
"I have an overall idea of the
duties of the secretary treasurers
duties. And while the present
staff is doing a great job, I be believe
lieve believe there can be a hell of a lot
of improvement in the system,
Perry said.
The most pressing need in this
office is continuity between ad administrations.
ministrations. administrations. The present admin admini
i admini istration is working toward hiring
a full-time secretary-bookkeeper.
Student government spends over
$300,-000 a year and its ridiculous
to spend that much with only tem temporary
porary temporary voluntary help. Perry
l want this full-time secre secretary-bookkeeper,
tary-bookkeeper, secretary-bookkeeper, but Im not will willing
ing willing to sacrifice one single iota of
] student govemn ent autonomy to
the UF administration. If we cant
See UNITED, Page S

pilot program consisting of teams
to replace some of the Blue Key
It ia possible that the Blue Key
Speakers Bureau will release
some of their time in various
talks throughout the state to talk
on the problems of higher educa education
tion education in Florida, according to Walt
Hardesty, head of the committee.
It is important that students
applying for membership should
be capable and interested in the
problems of higher education,
Hardesty said. He added that
good deal of tact and diplomacy
is necesary to present and in interest
terest interest people throughout the state
in the existing problems.

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'Erotic/ 'Suggestive'
Materials to Be Put
In Limited Circulation
Gator Editorial Assistant
Incoming library books and magazines will be checked
by library staffers for suggestiveness and eroticism and
kept in limited circulation, it was revealed Saturday.
The probe is a result of the recent homosexual investi investigations,
gations, investigations, according to Library Director Stanley West.

West said he requested the cata- 1
loging staff to show him any ma materials
terials materials which looked as if it
might cause a problem.
He denied pressure for such
censorship came from the Admin Administration.
istration. Administration.
The Administration has never
asked us to take a book out of the
library or to look anything up,
he emphasized.
I.ooking and Cutting
West said evidence was found
in the recent homosexual investi- \
gations showing some of these
people get satisfaction by looking
at and cutting out art work from
books and magazines.
He explained sexual peverts are
not the only people who steal or
clip material such as this.
This is nothing drastic. he
said, We (Administration and li library
brary library officials) just decided to together
gether together to keep this sort of materi material
al material in limited circulation.
Any person who has a good rea reason
son reason can use materials kept in
[limited circulation, West said.
The library director acknowl acknowl(
( acknowl( edged removal of The American
Mercury from Browsing Room
Shelves. West said he learned of
the removal of the monthly maga magazine
zine magazine from a casual conversation
'with the Humanities Ropm librari librarian.
an. librarian.
West said Annette Liles told him
she removed the magazine be because
cause because it was anti-semitic.
He said he kiddingly told her.
Thats censorship, Miss Liles,
and she replied, Thats selection.
Mr. West.
West said, I would lean over
backwards to not promote any
kind of ism nazism, commu communism
nism communism I almost want to say the
T fr
Trianon and Blue Key
Accepting Applications
Deadline for Trianon applica- [
tion is Friday at 11 p.m. Wo- [
men students who meet the
grade requirements [
may turn in the forms to the
Florida Union Information of office.
fice. office.
Students desiring membership
in Florida Blue Key, honorary
leadership fraternity, may se secure
cure secure applications at the Florida
Union desk.
Deadline for the Blue Key
Forms is midnight, Saturday,
March 26.

Piglet Bops into Broward,
But Receives Cold Shoulder
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The guest" of honor at Brow Broward*
ard* Broward* Saturday night dance, com complete
plete complete with pink ribbon and heav heavily
ily heavily doused with after-shave lo lotion,
tion, lotion, was a little put out when
she didnt get to stay.
The guesta yearling pig pigwas
was pigwas reported clean and well
mannered, but shes still look looking
ing looking for a home.
A bat and six baby chicks were
claimed by winners of dance con contests
tests contests during the Barn Brawl
theme, but the prettified porker
possiblly a fugitive from a fre
I turn tty "bell week, went un-

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American Legion brand of Amr<
i ieanism.
Dr. Robert D. Walker Jr., chair chairman
man chairman of the University Committee
on Libraries, said S.inday, This
situation has not cone to my at attention
tention attention at all.
He said he was not familiar with
the American Mercirv magazine
and just didnt knew how thia
type issue would be dealt with.
Walker said although he could
[not speak for the Library Com Comi
i Comi mittee he believed the commit committee
tee committee would feel prottv strongly
j that it would want t> go towards
real academic freedom.
Real Academic Freedom
Walker said there Ts a collec collection
tion collection of rare books in the library
which is kept under lock and key
because they can not be duplicat duplicated.
ed. duplicated. Only faculty and graduate stu students
dents students who have a serious scholar scholarly
ly scholarly interest in them are allowed
access to them.
He estimated at least 50 per
cent of those rare books are
classed erotic. It seems possi possible
ble possible that someone hrs become a
1 little confused as to the asms of
the rare books co lection, and
thinks it is designee! to remove
books of that natui e from the
general public, he said.

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Campus policemen in plain plainclothes
clothes plainclothes attire are being used
in the Browsing Room of the li library
brary library following reprts of in indecent
decent indecent exposure, Mtanley L.
West, director of tlie library,
disclosed Saturday.
West said many 1 girls had
come to him frightened by
j incidents they claimed to have
' witnessed in the Browsing
; Room.
Campus Police Cfief Audie
| Shuler said there have been an
i estimated four to five complaints
j a year from the library browsing
room involving exhibitionism.
He said it has been three or
four months since thq last com complaint.
plaint. complaint. and said therp definite definitely
ly definitely had been no complaint since
just prior to the Chrtsl mas vaca*
j tion.
Schuler said this ytfas not an
unusual situation and it had not
a thing to do with the homosex homosexual
ual homosexual investigation.

claimed when she was Offered as
grand prize.
Then the campus cops got
wind of the controversial visitor.
She got the heave-ho and Gator
Hop Chairman Shell Hyatt hus hustled
tled hustled her home to Georgia Seagle
Hall. Sunday morning, the fe female
male female pig wandered through the
halls looking for handouts and
affection, but mostly for a home.
Hyatt hopes someone will
claim her soon. "There* no
room on the Georgia Seagle
munu lor her at the moment,
he declared.


Page 2

First it was homosexuals.
Then exhlbitioh|srrj ,x in the library.
Now it has been ""extended to the
removal of certain literature from the
general circulation in the library.
What next?
, j *
undertaken all of the above measures,
in an apparent campaign to protect
the student body and faculty from
certain undesirable influences and
activities on the campus.
While we djeplore the use of plain plainclothes
clothes plainclothes detectives to counter alleged
homosexual behavior, as they have
done, it is an accepted fact that since
bur society deplores certain activities
with members of ones own sex, a cer certain
tain certain investigatory activity into this
realm merely reflects societal de demands.
mands. demands. j
But We sincerely wonder if the
other measures have been necessary,
or even beneficiak to the college com community.
munity. community.
ji: *
IT WAS REPORTED this week that
certain publications have been remov removed
ed removed from general circulation which
were used by sexual deviates to derive
erotic pleasures. They will now be
available to everyone only on special
A magazine, The American Mer Mercury,
cury, Mercury, has also been removed from gen general
eral general circulation because one library
official declared it was anti-semitic in
*i *
MEN INCLOTHESMEN have also been sent to parts of
the library to check up on exhibition exhibitionism
ism exhibitionism among students. These investiga investigations
tions investigations seem to have the earmarks of
activities which can be of long-range
detriment to the UF.
We certainly understand the fears
of University officials who desire to

Ure Student Interest in Revisions

If the new constitutional re revisions
visions revisions are passed in the elec election
tion election of April 7, stiidth! govcrn govcrnm'
m' govcrnm' will experience some rad radical
ical radical hut necessary a nd vital
chan 'res.
The drafters of the proposed
changes envision many far-reach far-reaching

-Surveys History of UF Constitution

For the past several years it
has become increasingly appar apparent
ent apparent that student goveijnment, if
it was to survive as an insti institution
tution institution supported by the student
body, must take a good, long
look at its structure and its re relationship
lationship relationship to the 1 students it is
supposed to represent.
Thirty-four years ago the pre present
sent present Student Government struc structure
ture structure was set forth in our first
student body constitution, a
constitution designed fr student
body of 3,500 males.
Our student body has continu continued
ed continued its rapid growth so that we
now have 12.000 students with
constant talk of a 20,000 mem member
ber member student body by 1970.
Although the student body has
continued to grow and its in interest
terest interest have continued to
change, the student booty consti constitution
tution constitution has remained unchanged
and through it, student govern government
ment government has effectively resisted
Because of this lag between
the problems of a campus of
12,000 and a student govern government
ment government structure created to meet
the needs and problems of a
campus of 3,500, glaring weak weaknesses
nesses weaknesses in student government
have become obvious.
Concern w/th the needs and

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What's Next?

ing far-reaching effects on every student. In
fact, the changes were made
specifically to promote more
widespread participation in and
benefit from student govern government.
ment. government.
We strongly recommend that

problems of our campus TODAY
and how to meet those needs
through student government cul culminated,
minated, culminated, last spring, in the for formation
mation formation of two committees:
(1) the Student Government
Evaluation Committee compos composed
ed composed of both faculty and student
members interested in the grow growth
th growth of our institution in all its
areas with representatives from
the student body composed of
fraternity, sorority, and inde independent
pendent independent members;
(2) the Constitutional Revis Revision
ion Revision Committe-e composed of stu students
dents students representing the major
interest ai'eas of campus.
The students on both of these
committees had been members
of our student body, several
years and knew, through their
experience, what the campus
needs and problems were.
Since last spring, both com committees
mittees committees have been evaluating
student government in terms of
our campus needs and prob problems
lems problems TODAY and how Student
Government should be struc structured
tured structured to meet these needs in a
streamlined, efficient manner
and make it more representative
as the voice of toe student body.
Their evaluations and rec recommendations

Tuesday, March 15, 1960

keep certain materials from being
used in a perverted fashion.
But in removing certain publications
from the shelves, in order to protect
some small portion of the student body
which might possibly interpret the
materials in a perverted sense, the lib library
rary library officials are in effect preventing
the majority of mature students plus
faculty from easily obtaining educa educational
tional educational materials.
* *
NOT ONLY has our reading mat matter
ter matter been restricted, but there is a very
real danger that the fear of censor censorship,
ship, censorship, plainclothes investigators and
other such activities may create a
climate of fear on campus which could
be of long-range detriment.
We have only to look at the slime
of the McCarthy miasma to see the
dangers inherent in unwise and un uncontrolled
controlled uncontrolled investigative bodies. Such
investigations can often cause damage
to the spiritual and moral health of a
community equal to the damage
caused by the evils they seek to cor correct.
rect. correct.
We must not merely ask the ad administration
ministration administration to curtail these investi investigations.
gations. investigations.
* *
WE MUST demand in any way we
know how that this type of censorship
be stopped before it gets out of hand.
The American Mercury and other
publications have already felt the
needle of the censorer.
We cannot predict what is next
to be barred from the entire college
community in an effort to stop the
perverted behavior or naive confusion
of a small minority of our citizenry.
What is called for now is not so
much a censorship of the books in the
library as well-earned censorship of
over-zealous administrators in our
midst who may be doing more harm
than good.

all students follow closely the
special series of columns an analyzing
alyzing analyzing the proposed revisions
as they appear on these pages.
The first of this series, pre prepared
pared prepared by Ralph Carey, chairman
> of the SG Constitutional Revision
Committee, appears below.

ommendations recommendations have resulted in
an extensive overhaul of the
student body constitution.
These extensive evaluations
have culminated in major chang changes
es changes being proposed in the struc structure
ture structure of student government.
These changes have created a
new, modem student body con constitution
stitution constitution which you must ap approve
prove approve or disapprove.
To help you understand the
constitutional amendments and
why they were made, each is issue
sue issue of the Alligator will have
a complete analysis of each
area of the constitution and the
reasoning of the Constitutional
Revision Committee in making
the recommended changes.
But YOU, the electorate, must
decide on election day, April 7,
whether these changes are an
improvement and meet the needs
and problems of our campus to today.
day. today. So follow this column in
each issue of the Alligator to
know WHAT and WHY your
vote is being cast.
Next issue: A complete analy analysis
sis analysis of Article ISuffrage and
Elections, and Article llThe
Legislative Branch.
Ralph Caxey, chairman
Constitutional Revision

'Wear These, Sonny. They'll Make Your Inquiring Easier!'


Says Diocese Attitude Is 'Stagnant'

The extremely good showing
of John Kennedy In the New
Hampshire primary makes the
youthful Senator from Massa Massachusetts
chusetts Massachusetts a comfortable forerun forerunner
ner forerunner as the Democratic presiden presidential
tial presidential candiate.
A recent Gallup Poll gave him
an even chance with Mr. Nixon
in the presi presidential
dential presidential elec elecnedy
nedy elecnedy is a Cath Catholic
olic Catholic and no
Catholic has
ever been £
United States.
To say that r*
thip is 1960, I V > /
and then hope
that the Cath- ARNADE
olic issue will not raise its head
is just plain wishful thinking.
It should not, but it will.
THE CATHOLIC Church is to today
day today the single largest church in
the United States. Its millions
of members are all good Ameri Americans.
cans. Americans. To accuse them of loyalty
to the Vatican rather than the
American nation defies reality
and is a childish charge.


The Natives Take Him to Their City

Synopsis: Sir Theophile, a 17th 17thcentury
century 17thcentury Englishman, has relat related
ed related in his diary how he was ship shipwrecked
wrecked shipwrecked on the desolate shores
of the North American Conti Continent.
nent. Continent. He has fallen into a huge
pit and at the end o? Part I,
was about to be smashed by a
monstrous boulder, being loosen loosened
ed loosened by one of the natives .
Fortunately, at this point, a
female jumped from another
Vehicle and restrained, and sev several
eral several more joined them, some
male, some female, all making
sign and speaking their unfam unfamiliar
iliar unfamiliar language.
At last they hauled me up
from my predicament, and with
much wonderment observed my
appearance. Indeed, I was all
the while observing them, and
as I write theee words, my mem memory
ory memory fails me in not supplying
enough terms with which to
describe, them.
** *
THE MEN WERE dressed in
odd two-part garments, the up upper
per upper part composed of striped
cloth and bearing many buttons,
whose function I could not un unden-stand.
den-stand. unden-stand. Their lower parts
were covered by pantaloons, not
unlike mine, but fitting much
tighter, making them quite un uncomfortable
comfortable uncomfortable looking, and hav having
ing having buckles, spaced about the
waist band, and above the but buttocks.
tocks. buttocks.
I likewise could not fathom the
use of these devices, but turned
my attention to the women.
Most of them wore garments
similar to those of the men,
but in general much abbreviat abbreviated
ed abbreviated and of much brighter colors.
To my unpracticed eyes, they
appeared to be the most ridi ridiculously
culously ridiculously clad people I have ever
had the misfortune to see, but
one cannot really condemn his
I seemed to grasp one Eng English
lish English word that arose in the chaos
of language; that being
"square, whereupon I made

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As a matter of fact the Vati Vatican
can Vatican today is a helpful ally in
the struggle for free institutions.
Only recently the Catholic
Church was the first organiza organization
tion organization to challenge the power of
Dictator Trujillo of the Domin Dominican
ican Dominican Republic and the dictator
was afraid to strike back.
# *
XXm, represents a fresh wind,
new ideas, greater enlighten enlightenment,
ment, enlightenment, a more human touch, a
shrewd sense of realism and
more democratic rule for the
Only this month Pope John
named seven more cardinals, In Including
cluding Including a Negro, a Japanese
and a Filipino.
Today the College of Cardi Cardinals
nals Cardinals includes all races, repre representing
senting representing all continents of the
world. The new Negro cardinal,
Laurian Rugambwa of Tangan Tanganyika,
yika, Tanganyika, Africa, is a symbol of
human achievement and great greatness.
ness. greatness.
Bom as a pagan of the Nsiba
tribe he rose from the drum
beats to his present position at
the age of 47. He possesses a

that geometric sign with my fin fingers,
gers, fingers, and they laughed roundly.
I supposed this was some sort
of greeting, so I smiled and in indicated
dicated indicated that I was at their dis disposal.
posal. disposal.
of the vehicles to their city,
which I have since learned in
an institution of education, simi similar
lar similar in some vulgar respects to
our Oxford.
I must say my initial impres impression
sion impression was confused, because the
first activity I observed was a
great crowd of people, dressed
in the manner I have described,
wearing a primitive sort of san sandal,
dal, sandal, waving containers of some
beverage at a uniformed group
of men I took to be guardsmen
or soldiers.
(I have since learned that
these uniformed individuals are
agents of evil, hired by the
older members of the commu community
nity community to harass the younger, and
are called "cops.")
The architecture of the insti institution
tution institution is a remarkable synthesis
of ancient and medieval, com combining
bining combining the worst aspects of both.
Most of the buildings are con constructed
structed constructed of a red material,
crumbling at the comers and
ill-kept. I judged them to be
quite old, and of poor quality.
* *
I WAS LEAD to a large build building
ing building in the center of the insti institution,
tution, institution, and was escorted to the
third level thereof. There, I was
shown a room, or cell, with a
bed, and my hosts indicated I
should be at my ease. I was
grateful for that, and not hav having
ing having rested for at least a week,
fell asleep immediately.
Uponing awakening I was at attended
tended attended by a man who purport purported
ed purported to be a physician associated
with the institution. He examin examined
ed examined me at a great distance, fear fearing
ing fearing to touch me, and then pre prescribed
scribed prescribed a physic, accompanied
by large orange pills, apparent-

Ph.D. degree, has published
books and speaks seven lan*
guages (English, French, Ger German,
man, German, Latin, Swahili and Lugan Luganda)^
da)^ Luganda)^
THERE IS NO question that
the latest report of the World
Council of Churches is right
when it states that the Catholic
Church is moving rapidly toward
greater religious liberty. It is
also democratizing itself.
Naturally this liberal trend is
not yet reflected on some re regional
gional regional levels. It is absent in the
Florida area under the Diocese
of St. Augustine. As a Catholic
myself I felt it was improper
for the Florida Catholic in its
issue of Feb. 5 to attack Gov Governor
ernor Governor Collins and identify him
as an ultra-liberal.
As a Catholic facility member
(others felt the same way) I
was upset that the Catholic Stu Student
dent Student Center refused to partici participate
pate participate in Religion-in-Life Week.
These actions plus the stag stagnant
nant stagnant racial attitude of the Dio Diocese
cese Diocese of St. Augustine are far re removed
moved removed from the liberal trend of
the Catholic Church.
Charles W. Amade

ly, from their name, made from
the flesh of a repitle indigenous
to the terrain. These helped my
condition little, but they seem
to be a magic cure-all, heavily
depended upon by these healers.
* *
(Next week, Sir Theophile
explores the institution and de describes
scribes describes th habits Inhabits it.)
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Orange Peel Editor Addis
Tells All About New Issue

(EDITORS NOTE: In appre appreciation
ciation appreciation of services rendered by
Alligator cartoonist Don Addis,
the editors consented (we had
little choice) to allow Mr. Addis
to plug Ms forthcoming Orange
Peel in the space below.)
The Florida Orange Peel is
approaching or his recently
passed; nobody is really sure
Its fortieth year of sporadic
Under different titles and for formats
mats formats it has weathered the threat
of extinction, and only as re recently
cently recently as last year, under Dave
Raneys steadying hand, did it
manage to avoid censorship,
stay in print, and gain enough
self confidence to assume a posi position
tion position of leadership among college
In college humor parlance, a
magazine with leadership is
one that doesnt steal from other
magazines as much as it gets
stolen from.

ALL OF WHICH has nothing
to do with my reasons for call calling
ing calling the forthcoming Peel the
fat and forty issue. In a
budget-busting effort to give the
readers their quarters worth,
Peel will contain 40 pages this
time four more than usual
and that means 40 full pages,
modem preference for white
space confounded.
In attempting to maintain
Peels position of leadership, we
have instituted a number of sur surprise
prise surprise firsts for the Peel and

The Alligator Welcomes ... r k
Letters to the Editor
Please sign all letters .
... and limit them to 300 wordu
Names will be withheld on request
. We reserve the right...
... to edit letters ...
... for space purposes
g ' ii ' i
flxOftCampjs Max ShuJman I
(Author qf I Was a Teen-age Dwarf, The Many
Loves of Dobie Gillis , etc.)
It was a dullish evening at the Theta house. The pledges were
down in the catacombs; the actives were sacked out upstairs,
not doing much of anything. Mary Ellen Kruinbald was stick sticking
ing sticking pins in an effigy of the housemother; Evelyn Zinsmaster
was welding a manhole cover to her charm bracelet; Algelica
McKeesport was writing a letter to Fabian in blood. Like I say,
it was a dullish evening.
Suddenly Dolores Vladnay stood up and stamped her foot.
Chaps, she said to her sorors, this is too yawn-making! Lets
do something gay and mad and gasp-making. Anybody got an
idea? T
No, said the sorors, shaking their little sausage curls.
Think, chaps, think! said Dolores and passed Marlboro
cigarettes to everybody, for if there ever was a smoke to start
you thinking, it is mild and flavorful Marlboro! Things come
clear when you puff that good, clean smoke through that fine
filterknots untie, dilemmas dissolve, problems evaporate,
cobwebs vanish, fog disperses, and the benevolent sun poura
radiance on a new and dewy world. Oh, happy world! Oh,
Marlboro! Oh, soft pack! Oh, flip-top box! Oh, get some
already 1
Now Geraldine Quidnunc, her drooping brain cells revivified
by a good Marlboro, leapt up and cried, Oh, I have a perfect
gasser of an idea! Lets hypnotize somebody!
Oh, capital! cried the sorors. Oh, tingle-making!
At this point, in walked a young pledge named Alice Blue Bluegown.
gown. Bluegown. Excuse me, mistresses, said she, tjugging her forelock,
I have finished making your beds, doing your homework, and
ironing your pleats. Will there be anything else?
Yes, snapped Dolores Vladnay. When I count to three,
you will be hypnotized.
Yes, excellency, said Alice, bobbing a curtsey.
One, two, three, said Dolores.
Alice promptly went into a trance.
Go back, said Dolores, back into your childhood. Go
back to your fifth birthday, back to your birth, to before your
birth, to your last incarnation ... Now, who are you?
My name is Bridey Sigafoos, said Alice. The year is 1818,
and I am in County Cork.
Coo! said the sorors.
How old are you? asked Dolores.
I am seven, said Alice.
Where is your mother? asked Dolores.
I dont know, said Alice. She got sold at the fair last
Coo! said the sorors.
Tell u* about yourself, said Dolores.
I am five feet tall, said Alice. I have brown eyes, and I
weigh 3200 pounds.
Coo! said the sorors.
Isnt that rather heavy for a girl? said Dolores.
Who's a girl? said Alice. Im a black and white guernsey.*?
Coo! said the sorprs.
Moo! said Bridey isigafoos.
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We, the makers of Marlboro, have our doubts about thie
story. About cigarettes, however, we hold these truths to be
self-evident: Marlboro for filter smokers, Philip Morris for
non-filter smokers. Try some.

college magazines in general,
and are continuing our discus discussion
sion discussion of American humor, start started
ed started in the last Peel with Jerome
Beattys article, Humor vs. Ta Taboo.
boo. Taboo.
Among our firsts are a gen genuine
uine genuine psycho-analysis of you, the
Orange Peel reader; a squad of
no less than eight cartoonists,
and, so help me, real movies.
If that's not first enough for
you, we also drove the printer
* *
THE PRECISE theme of the
new Peel which goes on sale
March 22 is a little hard to
pin dowm. Lets say that one of
the UFs milder controversies,
tradition, will get the full treat treatment
ment treatment from cover to cover."!
With our new ideas, and a few
new twists on the old, Im Con Convinced
vinced Convinced we are producing a hu humor
mor humor magazine of real substance.
At least it will be like no Orange
Peel youve ever seen.
For those who are interested
in such things, the new Peel
w r ont be particularly dirty, A
trifle spicy perhaps were not
foolish enough to throw aside
one of our major selling po nta
but not dirty.
As an official university pub publication,
lication, publication, we feel its one of pur
first duties to the readers to
stay in print. If this disappoints
you, please keep your 25 cent*
and go read some good wash washroom
room washroom walls.
Orange Peel Editor

Candidates Tell All

(Continued from Page ONE)
I believe that University of Flor Florida
ida Florida student interests are in two
major areas:
The first being that which con concerns
cerns concerns the actual educational pur purposes
poses purposes the Academic Area. The
second being that which concerns
the relationship of one Student to
another the Social) Area.
With the basic belief that a
plan for student government
should be a plan of student inter interest,
est, interest, we have constructed on an
Academic and Social foundation
a plan both worthwhile and work workable.
able. workable.
Having studied the Constitution Constitutional
al Constitutional Amendments and with the rep representation
resentation representation of student interest in
mind, I, With the support of my
party, heartily endorse these
amendments, and strongly urge
each member of the student body
to consider these amendments and
vote for them.

A thinking mans thinking
man, Psamuel finds that
thoughts come easiest
when he is most comfort comfortable.
able. comfortable.
Thats why he aljways
wears Jockey brand T Tshirts.
shirts. Tshirts. He likes the way
the fine combed cotton
feels next to his skin. He |
likes the way the twin- 1
stitched, nylon-reinforced 1
collar keeps its shape. |
And he likes the full-pro- 1
portioned body and extra
long tail that never creeps.* I
You, too, will like your- 1
self better when you enjoy If
the comfort of Jockey |
brand T-shirts. Your p
favorite campus store 1
has them. $1.50 I

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(Continued from Page ONE)
Dealing with students means
dealing with ALL students: mar married
ried married and single; graduate and
undergrad; technical organiza organizations
tions organizations and hobby organizations.
Each has his own special prob probj
j probj lems. These are student govern governments
ments governments responsibilities.
The best measure of a man£
service potential is service per peri
i peri formed. We have attracted to the
: UNITED Party all kinds of
campus leaders, for example,
Paul Telekiforeign students;
, Dave Bludworthrathletics; Bill
\ Hollingsworth debate; Marvin
BrandelFlavets; Juan Augirre
i agriculture; and many others.
These men have one thing in
I common, theyre more interested
in doing a job than in looking
| important.
Service in the abstract is a
pretty meaningless word. It only
I has meaning when it is applied to
I specific people and specific
I problems. Such as the need for
! money to strengthen the En Engineers
gineers Engineers Fair; or to pay for
SRAs Talk-Back programs; or
to buy new set materials for
Florida Players, or Jfor dormitory
Now were working on our
platform. We will touch many ar areas,
eas, areas, many peoples problems. To
kick off this series of UNITED
articles, let us ask for your help.
I If you have any ideas of things
that student government should
333; Ralph Carey, 2-9168, or A1
Alsobrook, 2-9303.
We want your ideas. In future
articles wpll deal with them, and
with how we plan to specifically
attack campus problems.

5 Minutes
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The Factory Way"
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Two to Run
(Continued from Page ONE)
have it like this, well find some
other way to assure continuity
from year to year. Perry added.
Perry also said that much
money is probably being mis misapplied
applied misapplied under the present system
and that several thousand dollars
could be better utilized by a
smarter management.
Perry said the fault was in the
system and not in the individuals
presently in the office.
"Student government cant be
any stronger than it is financially
sound. I intend to put it in sound
financial shape and to provide an
organization that will make it
easier for students to manage
their finances in the future, Per Perry
ry Perry said.
Perry, an independent married
veteran, is currently a second se semester
mester semester freshman in law school.
He holds a BSBA degree in ac accounting
counting accounting and has worked under a
CPA. His experience also includes
three years of private business
Commerce Head
Happy with Poll
(Continued from Page ONE)
Last weeks circuit covered ap approximately
proximately approximately 250 persons, center centering
ing centering around the College Inn across
University Avenue from the UF
campus, according to Clyatt.
The surveys will run every
| week until a cross section of pla places
ces places where students trade has
been fully covered.
Clyatt said that students com comments
ments comments concerning the College Inn
generally suggested the food was
not compatible with the "ex "exhorbitant
horbitant "exhorbitant prices.
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But The Advertisement
Said There Were
Only Two Heads!

Gainesville's Finest Mobile
Home Park
One Mile West of the Health Center
Phone FR 6-6982

Hes a computer programmer.
Its a job that didnt even exist until a few years ago. But today its one
of the most importantand certainly most unusualjobs that a college
graduate can do. Data processing systems, with then advanced technol technologies
ogies technologies and tremendous speeds, offer new challenges to college graduates.
It is a field for new ideas, new methods, and new techniques.
Setting Up The Problem
A computer programmer analyzes a business, industrial, or scientific
problem, and translates it into a language which the computer can
understand. From there the computer goes to work with prodigious
speed and accuracy. Often it can solve problems in minutes, which
might take days or even weeks, if done by other methods.
The assignments are interesting. IBM programmers have programmed
computers to tell businessmen the best locations for new factories; help
engineers design electronic circuitry; aid manufacturers in finding the
most profitable potential market for new products; work out payroll
or quality-control problems at the push of a few buttons; and even
analyze how other computer programs should be developed.
Your Logical Abilities Go To Work
No previous experience, or even knowledge of the way computers work,
is necessary to begin a career as a computer programmer. But you
should have the talent and ability to analyze complex problems, to think
clearly and to express yourself well. These, plus a college degree with
two years of college mathematics, are important prerequisites.
If you qualify as a computer programmer, you will be given an inten intensive
sive intensive training course in the problem-solving methods of the computer.
The salaries are excellent, and your future could be as unlimited as the
future of the computer itself. If you think you might be interested in
becoming a computer programmer, you can obtain more details from
the IBM representative who can be contacted through your College
Placement Director.
Or write, outlining your background and interests, to:
Manager of Technical Employment, Dept. 875
IBM Corporation
590 Madison Avenue, New York 22, N. Y. T 13

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lected selected from seven Bolivian universities is welcomed to
the UF. The students Monday began a four week
study program of American culture and business.

Science-Fiction Display
Takes First Place in Fair

(Continued from Page ONE)
A freshman-built scale work working
ing working model of a satellite took
third prize. The two versions, a
prototype run by tubes and the
actual thing with transistors,
measured cosmic radiation, tem temperature
perature temperature and light just as do
standard satellites.
Judging the exhibits were As Assistant
sistant Assistant to the President Dr. Fay Fayette
ette Fayette W. Parv in, President
Wayde Harrison of the Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville First National Bank, G. E.
Schaeffer of Armco Metal and
Drainage Products and F. S.
Block of Tampa Electric Com Company.
pany. Company.
Honorable Mention
Honorable mention cups were
awarded the Arts and Sciences
Departments of Pharmacy and
Chemistry which were not
among competitors.
Assistant Dean of Engineering
Edgar W. Kopp and "Otto-

matix (the fair robot) agreed
that this was the best fair
weve ever had. We exceeded
the expected 20,000, probably
coming closer to 25,000.
But Otto,* the 9-year-old ro robot,
bot, robot, added of course I think
Im the most important part of
Dick Hebert
SG Regulations
Asked by Dean
(Continued from Page ONE)
The other point concerned po political
litical political rally locales.
Complaints and suggestions on
such matters should not be di directed
rected directed to anyone in the admini administration,
stration, administration, McClelland eaid, but
should be given to the secretary
of the interior.
Leaning Too Much
I am always worried when
students come in and ask many
questions about what they should
do. I dont like students leaning
too much on the administration,
he said.
McClelland outlined a pre-cam pre-campaign
paign pre-campaign program for the admini administration
stration administration :
A listing of UF regulations on
poop distribution, group meet meetings
ings meetings and dorm stomping, to be
sent to student government by
the university as reminders.
Party officials would not then
be called to the deans office and
any control or influence from the
administration be eliminated.

Author to Discuss Status

A trend toward more distinct
classes in supposedly class As
America will be discussed Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night by Vance Packard, au author
thor author of two best-sellers.
Packard will speak on the find findings
ings findings that formed the basis of his
most recent best-seller, The Stat Status
us Status Seekers.
The critic will explore how per persons
sons persons reveal their identification
with one of five new social
classes through church member-
Military Ball
Ticket Sale
Gets Started
Military Ball tickets went on
sale Monday at the reduced price
of $3. __
Ducats for the annual affair
Saturday, March 19, are avail available
able available at the information booth
across from the Hub and down downtown
town downtown at Robertsons Jewelers.
Termed the best ball yet by
Publicity Chairman Jim Hunter,
the dance will be held in the
Florida Gym as part of the two twoweek
week twoweek long Gator Gras.
Hunter said the 9-to-l affair
would be stingy with breaks to
the Kai Winding Septet, allowing
for more dance time.
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signed designed to educate the laytiian on
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for Wednesday.
Professor Kenneth Black will
speak on Wills and Estates at
8 p.m. in the Law Auditorium.
The lectures are sponsored by
the Law Dames.
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buying habits.
Sees Rigid Class System
America, which claims equality
for all and discrimination toward
none, has moved toward a more
rigid class system, the author de declares
clares declares in his book. Travel in 15:
states and eight countries forms
the basis of Packards research!
of over 150 sociologists.
A graduate of Columbia Univer-:
sity School of Journalism, Pack Packard
ard Packard spent five years newspaper newspapering
ing newspapering in New York and Boston. He
has also given weekly lectures at
Columbia and New York Univer Universities.
sities. Universities.
The Hidden Persuader, which
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vealed revealed the psychological tech techniques
niques techniques of American business ad advertisers.
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In preparation for the sociolo sociologist-authors
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temporarily tonight at the
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Discussion not percussiofi is
scheduled from 9 to 9:30 p.m.
during Talk Back, SRA stu student
dent student government-sponsored tele television
vision television program.
SRA President Sanford Mayo
said the downtown coffee
has been furnished a TV! set
by the SRA to view the weekly
program. Discussion of the pro program
gram program will follow.
Tonight's film, The Broth Brothers,"
ers," Brothers," relates the steps toward
reconciliation of two brothers
deep-seated misunderstandings.

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Gators to Host Rollins, Presbyterian

Libertore Shines in Grid Drill

Gator Asst. Sports Editor
Football is supposed to be a
game for big boys, but that
hasnt been the case at the UF
in the past few' years.
People are sjtill talking about
Jinjimy Dunn, a 145-pound quart-
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erback who ran opposing South Southeastern
eastern Southeastern Conference lineman
crazy from 1955 to 1967.
Now they say its going to be
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The Florida Alligator, Tue., Mar. 15, 1960

amian specializes in the roll rollout
out rollout pass, mixes up his plays
well, and is difficult to comer.
In Saturdays scrimmage, he was
lauded by Coach Rays Graves
for his outstanding performance
in which he threw two touchdowns
and encored by scoring one him himself.
self. himself.
Drawing Praise
Also drawing praise from Graves
were halfbacks Don Deal, a first firststringer
stringer firststringer last season, sophomore
Rick Sweazie, and junior Gene
Graves also was pleased with
the defensive work of sophomore
end Tom Gregory, who blocked
two punts during the contest, and
giant tackle Ronnie Slack who
has been a first stringer through throughout
out throughout spring practice.
Thirteen players missed the Sat Saturday
urday Saturday session with flu, but most
of them are expected to be ready
for the Orange and Blue game
which is set for next Saturday at
2 p.m.

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PUT IT ON HIM This is what Lynn Howie, jun junior
ior junior third baseman from Perry is about to do to rival
baserunner. Howie slapped a single against RoJlins
and played errorless ball.

FSU Swimming Trio
Paces Close Victory
Gator Sports Writer
All-Americans Bucky Hiles and Bob Weber and
Olympic hopeful Paul Thompson paced Florida States
powerful swimming aggregation to a clase 50-45 decis decision
ion decision over the Orange and Blue tankers at the Florida

It was the final duel meet of i
the season for both clubs.
Hiles and Thompson each cap-1
tured two events to pace the In Indians.
dians. Indians. Hiles won the 220-yard I
freestyle and the 200-yard butter butterfly
fly butterfly while Thompson captured the.
200-yard individual medley and the
100-yard freestyle. Weber copped j
the diving.
Two Records Set
Two new records were estab established
lished established during the meet. Thompson
lowered th e Florida pool standard j
for the individual medley to 2:19.0
and the Gator 400-yard medley
relay quartet set a new meet (UF
vs. FSU), pool, and varsity rec record
ord record with a 3.57.9 clocking.
The outstanding effort of Bob
Stewart, Jim Souder, captain Roy
Tateishi, and John Commirgs was
even more remarkable as they'
defeated an Indian foursome i
which included Hiles and Thomp Thompson.
son. Thompson.
Individual Wins
Terry Bom and Souder copped
individual victories for the Ga Gators.
tors. Gators. Bom splashed home the win winner
ner winner in the 50-yard freestyle, while
Souder, a soph sensation for coach
Buddy Crone, won the 200-yard
The 400-yard freestyle relay.

team of Tateishi, Bom, Com Commings,
mings, Commings, and Mike Camp also won
for the Florida tankers.
Diver Steve Mcride also turned
in an excellent performance fin finishing
ishing finishing a close second to Weber and
defeating another All-American,
Curt Genders.
The Florida freshmen reversed
the varsity score and edged the
papooses from the Tallahassee
reservation 50-45. Terry Green,
Harry Wilder, and Jeff Oroman Oromanner
ner Oromanner paced the Baby Gators to vic victory.
tory. victory.
Golfers Rap Moccasins
Looking ahead to their impor important
tant important links duel with Georgia,
coach Conrad Rehling's talented
golfers swept past Florida South Southern
ern Southern 24-3. Frank Beard and Skip
Stigger, with a 68 and 69 respec respectively,
tively, respectively, paced the golfers to vic victory.
tory. victory.
Jim Parks added a par 71 to
insure the easy victory over the
The golf squad hosted Rollins
Monday in a warm-up for the
Georgians, the defending South Southeastern
eastern Southeastern Conference champs.

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Close Series
Against Tars
Gator Sports Writer
Propping for their first South Southeastern
eastern Southeastern Conference encounter this
coming weekend with Vanderbilt,
the UF baseballers will close out
a three game series with the Rol Rollin
lin Rollin Tars at Perry Field this after afternoon.
noon. afternoon.
Baseball boss Dave FulleT is
expected to send righthander
Rickey Smith or sophomore fire fireballer
baller fireballer Dennis Aust to the hill
against the pesky Tars. Joe Jus Justices
tices Justices charges bopped the Gators
last Saturday 5-1 in the seasons
opener for both dubs.
The second game of the series
was played Mondav at Perry
5 Run Inning
A big five run third inning at
the expense of ace righthander
Ray Oestricher spelled defeat for
the Orange and Blue. A double by
Doug Baxendale and Ronnie
Browns single sandwiched around
an infield error and an interfer interference
ence interference call led to the five tallies.
Perry McGriff blasted a long
home run for the only Gator scor scoring
ing scoring off southpaw Bunky Davis.
McGriffs solo shot cleared the
barrier at the 350-foot mark.
Dale Landress proveded the oth other
er other offensive fireworks for the lo locals
cals locals by collecting a pair of singles
and chasing Rollins Bill Stutz
back to the fence to take away a
bid for a third safety.
The other three hits garnered
off of Davis went to catcher Paul
Booher, left-fielder Bill Saba, and
third-sacker Lynn Howie. Davis
fanned seven and walked only
three in his pitching role.
Don McCreary turned in an out outstanding
standing outstanding hurling performance as a
reliefer for the UF. The big sen senior
ior senior right-hander allowed only one
hit in his four-inning stint and
fanned three.
i Cindermen Make
i Impressive Debut
j Floridas small track contigion
made an impressive debut at
Chapel Hill, North Carolina this j
weekend by capturing three first!
places and a pair of seconds in ;
the Atlantic Coast Conference In- i
door Games last Saturday.
High jumping Henry Wadsworth j
Reared 6-6 to win the event and!
miler Ron Allen captured that:
event. Allen also ran the anchor
leg of the winning mile relay team
that posted a 3:29.2 clocking.
I Capturing the runr.erup spots j
were hurdler Tom Michels and ;
high jumper Wendell Willis.
Michels placed in the low hurdles'
while Willis finished behind Wads Wadsworth.
worth. Wadsworth. I

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Mark Oollard (center) discusses an impending customer service problem with two of his supervisors.

There's a message for you
in Mark Dollards progress story

Mark C. Dollard earned his B.A. degree
in English from Yale University in June,
1955. He joined the New York Telephone
Company the following July 18th. Three
and a half years later, he became a Dis District
trict District Manager for the company in New
York City with a staff of. 87 people re reporting
porting reporting to him and responsibility for
49.000 customer accounts.
Marks choice of a telephone career came
after numerous job interviews in a variety
of business fields. What sold me, he
says, was the telephone company s repu reputation
tation reputation for solid managerial training, sta stability
bility stability and growth. And I was impressed
by the high caliber of people I met during
my visit to the company.
And those are the things to which Mark
credits his rapid advancement. His train training
ing training during his first two years covered a
w ide range of activities ... including the
handling of customer contacts in the
business office, selling communications


Netters to Meet
Strong Opponent
Presbyterian College, which annually fields one of
i the nations better tennis teams, visits the varsi .y courts
.Wednesday afternoon to give the young but potent UF
net squad its sternest test of the budding campaign.

Sophomore Jim Shaffer, a south southpaw
paw southpaw who won the freshmen divi division
sion division of the SEC number one sin singles
gles singles last year, is expected to lead
coach Bill Potters crew against
Francisco Montana and Art
Surloff are two more sophomores
w r ho are slated to see action. Mon Montana
tana Montana holds down the number two
position while Surloff will be num number
ber number five.
The three sophs will join letter lettermen
men lettermen Roy Lang, Del Moser, and
Lynn Fry against the South Caro Carolina
lina Carolina invaders who only recently
stopped a long Miami winning
Prepping for the Presbyterian
encounter, the netmen copped
their second straight win, shutting
out Stetson last Saturday 9-0. It
was the second consecutive white
wash recorded by the squad.

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services to businessmen and supervising a
business office.
It was the companys vigorous growth
that created the opportunity for me to be become
come become District Manager in January, 1959,
Mark points out.
What I like most about my present posi position
tion position is the variety of managerial responsi responsibilities
bilities responsibilities I have, he says. Its interesting,
stimulating work. I deal with sales and
marketing programs, handle personnel
problems and make a lot of public rela relations
tions relations contacts.
* *
The message for you? Stability, growth,
systematic training and genuine advance advancement
ment advancement opportunities all add up to rewarding
careers with the Bell Telephone Companies.
Be sure to look into the opportunities for
you. Talk with the Bell interviewer when
he visits your campus and read the Bell
Telephone booklet on file in your Place Placement
ment Placement Office. Youll like what you learn.

. . Net Co-captain