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CONSIDER HIM WELL Medea,
(Faye Dunaway) describes Jason (Jer (Jerry
ry (Jerry Fitzgerald) to the three women
(Loretta Friedman, Esther Stein and Jo

'Medea/ Woman in Man's World,
Begins Four-Day Run Wednesday

By ANDREA ARTHUR
(iator Staff Writer
Medea the modem theme
of a woman in a mans world worldwill
will worldwill be! presented by Florida Play Players
ers Players beginning Wednesday in Nor Norman
man Norman Hall Auditoriupi.
Euripides tragedy will be per performed
formed performed Wednesday and Thursday
Pitt Orchestra
Plays Tonight
The Pittsburgh Symphony
Orchestra Will present a concert
sponsored by the Lyceum Council
at 8 pirn, tonight in the Florida
Gymnasium.
The program will include varia variations
tions variations by Copeland, ja Mozart string
arrangement, a Straus tone poem
and Brahms Symphony No. 4
in E Min<>r. Opus 98.
The Orchestra, directed and con conducted
ducted conducted by William Steinberg, has
cut more than 35 albums for Capi Capitol
tol Capitol records.
Steinberg, co founder of the
Israel Philharmonic, was invited
by Arturo! Tos-canipto come to the
U. S. as Associate Conductor of
the NBC Symphony. He is also
conductor: of the | London Phil Philharmonic
harmonic Philharmonic I Orchestra.

FSU Student Newspaper Censored
For 'Too Heavy' Negro Coverage

By DICK HEBERT
Gatqr Staff Writer
Censorship of student news newspaper
paper newspaper at Florida State University
caused ejditorial matter to be
yanked from its Friday publica publication
tion publication for too heavy coverage of
Negro sit down news.
The type for the editorial and
the editorial page cartoon were
both removed from the finished
pages waiting for the press run.
The page was printed with the
resulting spaces leljt blank.
Dr. Reid Montgomery, student
publication faculty advisor, called
special mjeetings of the FSU board
of student publications Thursday
to effect a toning down of the
Florida Flambeau] the FSU pap paper.
er. paper.

Army Cadets to Receive
Less Weapon Training

Students in basic Army ROTC
will receive less instruction in
weapons and markmanship and
more military history in a pro proposed
posed proposed revision of the ROTC cur curriculum
riculum curriculum for next year.
Col. Glenn A. Farris said
Saturday the course in individu individual
al individual weapons and markmanship
will be reduced from 25 Jp 15
hours and the present 30 hours
in American military history

UF CAMPUS CALENDAR

" CONTINUOUS EVENTS
Medea. The Florida Players
present their third production
of the school year, a Greek
tragedy adaptation, Wednesday
aml Thursday, 7:30; Friday and
Saturday, 8 p.m.; at Norman
Hall Auditorium.
TODAY
C-5. instructor Mary Regan
covers required art for C-5 in a
lecture-discussion-slide session
at 7:30 in the South Hall Rec
Room.
Symphonyi jbe Pittsburgh

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at 7:30 p.m.. and Friday and
i Saturday at 8 p.m.
Chosen for performance because
!of its classical background and
place in the liberal arts frame framework.
work. framework. the play will supplement
the humanities program, accord according
ing according to its director, Dr. Leland L.
Zimmerman.
The play, adapted by Robinson
Jeffers from the Euripides trage tragedy,
dy, tragedy, tells of a women used by her
husband, then tossed aside. Aft Aftter
ter Aftter watching the play several
times, Zimmerman said, Med Medeas
eas Medeas vengeance is, to me, justifi justified.
ed. justified.
Juggles Death
Medea, according to one line in
the play, juggles with death as
though with white balls and black
balls.
Broward Hall Dance
Switches to Friday Slot
The weekly Broward Hall hop
will move to a Friday night spot
this week, announced Shelton Cly- 1
att, in charge of the dances.
Usually occupying the Saturday,
night slot, the dance this week l
was moved to avoid a conflict.
Saturday, the Florida Union is
sponsoring a trip to the Sebring
races. Those going are not ex expected
pected expected to return until late that
night.

Except for one article, the en entire
tire entire front page of the previous
Tuesdays edition was devoted to
stories on the sit down demon demonstrations.
strations. demonstrations.
It included a page one article
by editor Virginia Delevan, who
wrote:
You can be Jailed in Tal Tallahassee,
lahassee, Tallahassee, Fla., on a Saturday for
talking to niggers. I was.
You can be insulted, cursed,
threatened, I was.
The coed editor had rapped Tal Tallahassee
lahassee Tallahassee police in the edition for
allegedly using obscene and vile
language while arresting FSU and
Florida A & M students during the
March i. 2 demonstrations.
In a statement to the Tallahas-

will be increased to 40 hours.
An elimination of 30 hours of
crew served weapons instruc instruction
tion instruction to be substituted with a
course in basic tactics will also
revitalize the course.
In the advanced course the re revision
vision revision reduces military subjects
by 90 hours and authorizes the
substitution of university taught
subjects for 45 hours in each
year of course.

Symphony Orchestra performs at
Florida Gymnasium at 8 p.in.
Play. Arsenic and Old Lace
is featured at the Florida Union
Auditorium at 7 and 9 p.m.
WEDNESDAY
Graduates: A Graduate Coun Council
cil Council meeting will be held in Room
235 of the Administration Build Building,
ing, Building, 1:30 p.m.
Concert. A twilight Concert
will be given In the Plata of the
Americas at 0:45 p.m.
Dance Lessons. Advanced les lessons
sons lessons in dancing will be held in

Helming) in a dress rehearsal for the
Florida Players production, Medea.
(Photo by Sam Johnston.)

The Greek drama has been
translated and performed in 3ix
languages, according to Dr. Zim Zimmerman,
merman, Zimmerman, beacuse of its g rea t
power.
The title role is played by Fave
Dunaway who was seen as Dai Daisy
sy Daisy in last semesters presen presentation,
tation, presentation, Adding Machine.
So demanding is the role. Direc Direc:
: Direc: tor Zimmerman said, he has
ordered Miss Dunaway to keep
quiet in her everyday activity ex except
cept except when talking ig absolutely
necessary.
Other Figures
Medea's towering character re-;
legates to lesser importance the j
figures of Jason, her husband ( Jer- 1
ry Fitzgerald), a man unable to
cope with ambition and guilt; j
Crion (Frank Simpson), king of
Cornith, and Aegeus (George Cro Crolius),
lius), Crolius), king of Athens.
Other roles are: the three wom women
en women (Loretta Friedman. Esther!
Stein. Jo Helming); the tutor j
(Carl Sukup): the nurse (Liz Kal- 1
er); the servant (Ron Burr); and
the two children (Bryan and:
Jonathan Parramore).
One setting is used throughout
the play, consisting of columns
and doors that tower nearly 15
feet above the players. The play-!
erg will be clad in Grecian cos costumes.
tumes. costumes.

see Democrat Friday, Dr. Mont Montgomery
gomery Montgomery said the board of Student
Publications had become con concerned
cerned concerned about the "role the Flam Flambeau
beau Flambeau is taking in current racial
matters in Tallahassee.
Objected To Contents
The statement said FSU Student
Body President Mattox Hair had
written to the board, the student
go- eminent cabinet objected to
the contents of the last issue of
the paper.
The board requested the editor
to consider either of two actions,
Dr. Montgomery stated in a tele telephone
phone telephone interview, either to tone
down emphasis on the current sit sitdown
down sitdown incident or to suspend publi publication
cation publication of Fridays issue.
This was decided at a board
meeting in the afternoon. Miss
Delavan did not attend. She re requested
quested requested another meeting Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night to present her case.
The coed voluntarily brought
proofs of news pages of the Fri Friday
day Friday edition as already prepared,
displayed and explained it to the
board. The editor explained in
detail" the editorial page con contents.
tents. contents. Montgomery said.
There was question in the minds
of the members of the board con concerning
cerning concerning two items on this page,
the lead editorial and a cartoon
demanding equal rights. the ad advisor
visor advisor said.
See CENSORSHIP, Page 3

the Florida Union Social Room
at 7 and 8:30 p.m.
THURSDAY
Kaffee Klatsch. Humanities
faculty members will meet stu students
dents students in the informal coffee time
from 2 to 4 p.m. in Bryan
Lounge.
Oboist. A concert by Oboist
Donna Boiteott will be held at
8:15 p.m. In the Medical School
Auditorium.
Sebring: All interested in the
trip to Sebring races Saturday
are asked to sign up with $lO In
the Florida Union, Room

University of Florida, Gainesville, FloTridaTuesday, March 22, 1960

Massive Political Maneuver
*
Throws Monster Bloc to Allen


Suprise Pair
Announce Intent
To Make Race
By C. JEAN CARVER
Gator Editorial Assistant
Surprise opposition to the
United and VOTE parties
appeared Sunday with an announcement
nouncement announcement of a two-candi two-candidate
date two-candidate movement.
Miller Newton and Brace Bate Bateman,
man, Bateman, seniors in the College of
Arts and Sciences, announced
plans to campaign for president
and vice president of the student
body. Both are preministerial stu students.
dents. students.
Presidential candidate Newton
said the campaign will be run as
the Free Thought Move Movement
ment Movement rather than through an or- j
! ganized political party.
Win Or Lose
Win or lose, we hope to make
a valuable contribution to the
campus, Newton said.
We hope future students will!
i feel fre e to express themselves
without having to conform to the
standards of campus politicians.
Although he is a member of Phi
Delta Theta fraternity (member
of the VOTE party), Newton said
the fraternity in no way Ims en ent
t ent dorsed his candidacy.
Batemans fraternity, Chi Phi,
is also a member of the VOTE
party. Bateman said his fraternity!
has given no indication they will
support him.
Hit Bloc Voting
Both Newton and Bateman ex ex|
| ex| pressed dissatisfaction with the
I bloc" system of voting, stating it
j left little room for thought and
I choice for many student voters.
Politicians on campus are in interested
terested interested in winning rather than in
stimulating constructive and cre creative
ative creative thinking for more campus
service, Newton said.
Newton outlined the Free
See THIRD, Page S

JUDY LAURENT PICKED

Queen Coronation Tops B-Day

B-Day Queen Judy Laurent, 3
JM. will be presented today to
business administration students
at their Student Service Center
luncheon.
The Alpha Delta Pi from Sara Sarasota
sota Sarasota was chosen Sunday from 13
contestants.
The luncheon, scheduled for 12;-
Packard Blasts
Status Trend,
Calls It Malady
We must take a hard look at
our hot house type of democracy democracyit
it democracyit is a farce, Vance Packard told
an almost full University Audi Auditorium
torium Auditorium Thursday night.
The author of The Hidden Per Persuaders
suaders Persuaders and "The Status Seek Seekers
ers Seekers discussed the preoccupation
of Americans with the symbols of
status" and explored the reason
behind this trend.
The systematic merchandis merchandising
ing merchandising by Madison Avenue and the
development of giantism were
two causes cited by Packard for
this characteristic American
malady.
Forty per cent of the things we
buy are things we dont need,
h' said, they are keys to social
acceptance symbols of sophisti sophistication.
cation. sophistication.
'Alice in Fashionland'
Scheduled March 23
Hie UF Dames Fashion Show,
using the theme Alice in
Fashionland, will present its fifth
annual show Wednesday at 8 p.m.
in the P. K. Txmge Auditorium.
Local merchants will furnish the
clothes to be modeled.
Door prizes will be given away
and all proceeds will go to the
UF Dames fund.

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FREE THOUGHT CANDIDATES Brace Bateman
(L) and Miller Newton pose for campaign pictures
after springing a surprise announcement on the stu student
dent student body: Newton will run for president and Bate Bateman
man Bateman for vice president as a two-man free thought
movement dedicated to intellect, revolutionary at attitudes
titudes attitudes and provocative concern. (Photo by Sam
Johnston)

Own Groups Won't
Aid New Hopefuls

Phi Delta Theta spokesmen an announced
nounced announced Monday night the frater fraternity
nity fraternity would stay in the VOTE party
and back its candidate, Buzz Al Allen
len Allen despite the announcement of
Phi Delt Miller Newton as a presi presidential
dential presidential candidate. j
Phi Delt President Tommy
Lawrence and political represen representative
tative representative Charley Wells said after
considering both, platforms they
had made the decision.
Allen said his party was glad
that groups close to Newton and
Vice Presidential candidate
Brace Bateman (Phi Delts and
Chi Phi) had chosen to remain
strong members of the VOTE par party.
ty. party.
United candidate Bob Park said,
I know these men and have work worked
ed worked with both of them and have
the greatest respect for their in integrity
tegrity integrity and good faith. The Unit-
Absentee Ballots
Absentee ballots can be picked
up at the student government
office, 310 Florida Union, be beginning
ginning beginning March 80 and continuing
through election day, April 7.
Ballots will be mailed to In Intern
tern Intern teachers outside Gaines Gainesville.
ville. Gainesville.

30 p.m., will climax a day of for forums
ums forums and panels on business phas phases
es phases sponsored by the Business Ad Adp
p Adp
L. W. HORNING .
. . Featured Speaker
Student Group
To Quiz Profs
Family opinions of UF acade academic
mic academic problems will soon be studied
by the Educational Analysis
Committee, according to Larry
Stewart, chairman of the commit committee.
tee. committee.
Questional res sent out to 1.000
faculty members dealing with the
amount of academic freedom on
the campus will be analyzed.
We also wanted to know if the
faculty thought that all professors
should teach at least one 200 level
course, added Stewart. They
were also asked if they thought
there were any crip courses at
the University, he added.

led Party will' treat with respect
' their candidacy and the issues
they raise.
Park added, The students de deserve
serve deserve a full range of viewpoints.
These are men qualified to raise
vital issues. It is a good thing;
a university is nothing if not a
place for full, free inquiry.
Allen said, Newton and Bate Bateman,
man, Bateman, as sincere candidates, may
bzing out gome issues not propos proposed
ed proposed by the existing parties.
Ive talked with Newton, prior
to his decision to run, and I not noted
ed noted many of the needs in the acade academic
mic academic area were similar to those
contemplated by the VOTE
Party, Allen added.
Voters Sought
In State Race
l
Students will go door knocking
this week to stimulate registration
for upcoming gubernatorial elec elections.
tions. elections.
About 30 Alpha Tau Omega fra fraternity
ternity fraternity brothers will try to con contact
tact contact students over 21 years old to today
day today and Thursday. They will dis distribute
tribute distribute cards listing qualifications
for registration, and promote stu student
dent student voting.

ministration Students Organiza Organizations
tions Organizations Council. (BASOC)
The BASOC trophy will be j
awarded the student group most
active in the College of Business
Administration this year. It will
be awarded on a point basis, Coun-!
cil President Malcolm Smi t h
said.
At the luncheon, Vice Presi President
dent President Lawrence W. Horning of New
York Railways System will speak
to 300, including Bolivian and
Columbian business students visit visiting
ing visiting on campus, Smith said.
The council president estimat estimated
ed estimated 400 would participate in B-Day
activities which begin with cof coffee
fee coffee and registration at 9 a.m. in
Bryan Lounge.
A short welcome by Assistant
Dean of Business Administration
R. S. Cline will begin panel dis discussions
cussions discussions at 10 a.m.
The panels will be discontinued
for the 12:30 luncheon but then
will be resumed.
All acitivties of the day except
the luncheon will be held in the
Florida Union. Forty speakers will
>articipate in the panels which
will close the day around 4:30, ac- j
cording to Smith.
Foreign Student Groups
Sponsor Queen Contest i (
The Inter American Relations
Society, the International Stu Students
dents Students Organization, and the
Colombian students are jointly
sponsoring a Pan American j
Queen contest as a part of In-1
temational Week.
All recognized campus organiza organizations
tions organizations are invited to Submit an en entry.
try. entry. Applications muet be deposit deposited
ed deposited in the ISO box in the Florida
Union by 5 p.m., Friday, April L
The Queen will be awarded a
trophy and a free trip to Bogata,
Colombia, South America.

All-Fraternity Party
Says to Independents:
'You Can Co to Hell
A massive political switch to Buz Allen, Beta Theta
Pi, late Sunday night, left Bob Park, independent, strand stranded
ed stranded in his campaign for the student body presidency.
The big switch, pulled just three days before the
deadline for qualifying, left only an estimated 820 bloc
votes behind Park and 1,743 votes supporting Allen.
Allen, formerly presidential candidate of the] VOTE
Party, gained a new name for his political party, called
Allied.

Allen, his party officials now
say, intends to run fraternity men
for all big five offices of stu student
dent student government.
Park To Run Independent*
Park, as of yesterday afternoon,
intended to rim a slate primarily
composed of independents.
This independent-fraternity clash
is the alleged reason for the whole wholesale
sale wholesale switch in the wee hours of
Sunday morning. Pi Kappa Phi's
Ron Cacciatore, Pi Kappa Alphas
Reggie Black, vho was Parks
own party chairman, and others
decided Park wasnt running
enough fraternity men on his
slate.
They therefore consulted with
other fraternities behind Park
and cominced them to jump
sides.
In a meeting at the Tau Epsilon
Phi House, their reasoning was
with a monster fraternity bloc,
the independents could go to
hell, an unidentified source
said.
AH-Fratemity Slate
The Allied bloc slate was thus
hammered out and announced as
follows:
President. Buz Allen, Beta Theta
Pi; vice president, Jon Johnson,
Kappa Alpha; secretary-treasurer,
Jim Larche, Phi Gamma Delta;
Honor Court chancellor, Reggie
Black, Kappa Alpha; Honor Court
clerk. John Sterns, Sigma Alpha
Epsilon.
See PARTY. Page 3 %
TO DEBATE
BEER LAWS
If a tavern owner sells beer
to a minor, and the minor is
subsequently involved In an auto
accident, is the tavern owner
liable?
This is an issue being debated
this year by four students chos chosen
en chosen for the. Law School Appellate
Moot Court.
The question of auto accidents
and intoxication will be debated
among Florida law schools at
Stetson April 18.
A regional meet is slated in
Atlanta next Fall. The winners
o r the regional meet will journey
to New York for national com competition.
petition. competition.
Selected from a field of 24,
the four speakers representing
the IF are Sandy DAlamberte,
Jack Graff. John Smith and
Kermit Kindred.
FBK Applications Open
Application deadline is mid midnight
night midnight Saturday for Florida Blue
Key, mens leadership frater fraternity.
nity. fraternity.
Applications and information
about the honorary is available
at the information booth in the
Florida Union.

McCarty Student Backers
Set Wednesday Meeting

Plans for a John McCarty gub gubernatorial
ernatorial gubernatorial rally will be drawn up
Wednesday in a meeting of Stu Students
dents Students for McCarty.
A steering committee headed by
Jim Alderman will conduct the
business meeting to encourage all
! UF students interested in McCarty
j
to work for the Fort Pierce candi candidate.
date. candidate.
The meeting will be held
Wednesday afternoon at 2:40 in
room 104, Law Building. Work will
be planned for a rally sometime
in the latter part of April, Aider Aiderman
man Aiderman said.

Florida Relays
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ALLIGATOR ANALYSIS
Allied Feels
Non-Greeks
Won't Vote
The United Party isn t united
anymore.
The fraternity men haye jump jumped.
ed. jumped.
Bob Park, formerly champion championed
ed championed by ex-United members as the
most able available cand date for
student body president, lias been
left stranded just three lays be before
fore before the campaign offici ally gets
underway.
If independent sympathy can be
turned into actual votes by inde independent
pendent independent voters, Park can win
But if bloc votes mean anything,
Park will lose by a landslide.
Blocs Have Counted
In past campus elections, the
bloc votes have very definitely
meant something.
Last year, with only a slight
bloc vote deficit, Joe Ripley
squeaked into office with a blitz
of the Engineering Sch
    But for the two previous years,
    big blocs had put thejr candidates
    easily into office.
    lndependents Wont Vote*
    The fraternity men >n both
    sides of the fenceknow this.
    They know that rarely do in independents
    dependents independents get out to voe.
    Even more rarely would these
    individuals get out to tfote en
    masse for a candidate of their
    choice.
    Thus Buz Allens par y could
    take a calculated risk that five
    fraternity men running foi the five
    top campus offices wouldnt suf sufficiently
    ficiently sufficiently upset the independent ap applecart.
    plecart. applecart.
    And Monday morning waj a
    glum spring day for Bob Park and
    his now thinned ranks of support supporters.
    ers. supporters.
    Key Speakers
    Musi Make Meet
    Members of this year* Blue
    Key Speakers Bureau may lose
    their positions unless theq' attend
    the second training mertmg in
    the Law School auditorium at 8;-
    45 Wednesday.
    At this time the speakers will
    be quizzed on the Blue Key train training
    ing training brochure.
    Speakers Bureau Ciiairman
    George Baldwin emphasis ed that
    those unable to make the meet meeting
    ing meeting should contact the B ue Key
    office before Wednesdays Those
    that do such will be tested at an another
    other another time on Wednesday.

    l
    JOHN
    ... Backers to Meet



    THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR

    Page 2

    Probably the most important point
    raised by Gov. Leoy Collins on his
    Sunday night TV discussion of the
    current Negro sit-in movement was
    the lack of any preparation being
    made by Southern communities not
    yet confronted with the problem.
    In view of the mess of confusion
    at Florida State last week as a result
    of such Negro demonstrations, we are
    l'oiced to consideii what we might ex expect
    pect expect from our own students, adminis administration
    tration administration and local citizens in the light
    of similar occurrences.
    This is not just aimless speculation.
    Lets face it, our college community
    would make a perfect target for the
    current Wave of sit-in type, non-vio non-violent
    lent non-violent demonstrations.
    * I*
    WE CAN choose to ignore this pos possibility
    sibility possibility and simply wait around with
    our heads in the sand until we get hit
    with a crisis.
    Or, in the true spirit of an academic
    community, we can face the problem
    intelligently and begin immediately
    to take progressive steps to ward off
    any violent reaction, unnecessary
    confusion or embarrassing situation
    such as we have witnessed recently in
    Tallahassee.
    Gradually there are many different
    ways we could prepare for these dem demonstrations.
    onstrations. demonstrations.
    We could take a greater interest in
    and actively support the work that the
    local chapter of the bi-racial Human

    CONSTITUTIONAL REVISIONPART 111

    New Legislature Would Be Autonomous

    (EDITOR'S NOTE: Thl* Ik the
    third in a regular series of col columns
    umns columns explaining and analyzing
    the proposed student govern government
    ment government revisions which will be
    voted on in the election of April
    7.)
    Article II The Legislature
    is the most important change be being
    ing being recommended by the Consti Constitutional
    tutional Constitutional Revision Committee.
    Its importance lies in the far farreaching
    reaching farreaching effects it will have on
    the student body and the struc structure
    ture structure of student govemrrient.
    To understand the changes.
    you must know
    Ui** w the xecut iv^
    ry bill, law,
    and every
    CAREY budget origi originates
    nates originates in the executive branch of
    the government.
    Also, the executive branch, in
    the person of the president of
    the student body, presides pver
    all meetings of the legislative
    body. As a self-motivating body,
    it easily fails. The president ap appoints
    points appoints all of the legislative
    bodys standing committees and
    fills all of the council's vacan vacancies.
    cies. vacancies. 1

    OUR APPROACH to this
    whole area of the legislative legislativeexecutive
    executive legislativeexecutive roles in student gov government
    ernment government was aimed at trying to
    separate the functions of the
    two branches, and, in doing so,
    make each more independent
    and responsible for the perform performance
    ance performance of its own branch.
    One problem in the legislative
    area lies in the composition of
    tlje Council.
    Under the present constitution,
    and since its inception, repre representation
    sentation representation on the Council has
    been based whoUy on the col colleges
    leges colleges and schools.
    In this University's early his history.
    tory. history. the problems of a small
    student body were mainly those
    which lay in the academic
    ar|eas.

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    Editorials

    Prepare Now

    But as our student body grew,
    the communities of interest have
    gradually switched from the col colleges
    leges colleges and schools to the various
    living areas, both on-campus,
    and off-campus.
    The changes made to meet
    these problems were:
    *
    FIRST, THE revised Legisla Legislative
    tive Legislative Council shall consist of one
    house with seventy members
    elected as follows:
    (At Forty membeis. elected in
    the spring, from the colleges and
    schools. This is the manner in
    which representatives are now
    chosen.
    (B) Thirty members, elected
    in the fall, from the various liv living
    ing living areas. Twenty members will
    be apportioned among the on oncampus
    campus oncampus living areas.
    Ten members will be designat designated
    ed designated off-campus representation
    which will include all students
    living off-campus and all fra fraternity,
    ternity, fraternity, sorority, and independ independent
    ent independent living organizations. Each
    area would have at least one
    representative.
    By staggering the elections,
    one-half of the Legislative Coun Council
    cil Council will, at all times, have had
    one semester's experience. Even
    on the committees, you will al always
    ways always have someone who knows
    what is going on rather than
    everyone in each new adminis administration
    tration administration spending one semester
    learning the tricks of the trade.
    Another big problem was the
    influence of the political blocs.
    We had to prevent a situation in
    the living areas, where the polit political
    ical political party with the most Woe
    votes would automatically win,
    and the party with the fewest
    bloc votes wouldnt bother to
    nominate a slate.
    To counteract this problem
    and also to place the emphasis
    in living area elections of the
    fall on the individual candidates,
    you wilLcast one vote when vot voting
    ing voting for the representative from
    your area.
    For example, area X has three
    representatives on the Legisla Legislative
    tive Legislative Council. Each party will
    nominate their three represen representatives
    tatives representatives for you to choose from.
    When you enter the polling
    booth, you will vote for only one
    of the candidates nominated. At

    Tuesday, March 22, 1960

    Relations Council has been carrying
    on for some years.
    * *
    A MAJOR publicity program could
    be launched to make clear to all the
    potential costs of any drastic actions.
    We could encourage examination
    and discussion of both sides of the cur current
    rent current issue, i.e., the needs and pressures
    for protest and the desire to maintain
    an immobile society.
    In addition a very positive program
    of action should be carefully outlined.
    A student-faculty committee should
    be working closely with Gainesville
    officials to prepare sensible policies
    in cooperation with campus and local
    police.
    * *
    FINALLY, we should exhaust every
    means of informing our students and
    local citizens of every phase of the
    current issue, the inherent dangers of
    the potential crisis, and completely
    outline whatever plans and precau precautions
    tions precautions are being laid to prevent any
    violence or racial tension in our com community.
    munity. community.
    Should we be victims of an incident
    similar to the FSU fiasco last week,
    student government will bear the
    brunt of any ensuing criticism and the
    administration will bare the responsi responsibility
    bility responsibility for whatever damage or un unfavorable
    favorable unfavorable publicity might result.
    We have a right to ask that positive
    steps be taken along these lines by our
    student government and administra administration
    tion administration leaders.

    the end of the day, the top three
    vote getters will then become
    the elected representatives from
    area X.
    In this way, the emphasis
    shifts to the uncommitted vot voters.
    ers. voters.
    To provide a line of communi communication
    cation communication between the living areas
    and student government Which
    is presently lacking, the new
    constitution provides that the
    representatives elected from liv living
    ing living areas, shall upon consent of
    their respective area councils,
    sit a* non voting members of the
    area council and act as liaison
    officer between student govern government
    ment government and the area council.
    To eliminate the executive
    dominance of the legislative
    branch of student government,
    the Constitutional Revision Com Committee
    mittee Committee ha* proposed several
    changes.
    First of all, the president of
    the student body has been re removed
    moved removed as the presiding officer
    of the council. The vice presi president,
    dent, president, to add prestige to his
    office, replaces the president as
    the presiding officer.
    But the most Important change
    in ending executive dominance
    of the legislative branch, is the
    creation-of the Legislative Coun Council
    cil Council Rules Committee.
    This committee will appoint
    all of the Legislative Councils
    standing committees, and fill
    all of its own vacancies. These
    were functions previously per performed
    formed performed by the president. In es essence,
    sence, essence, the Legislative Council
    becomes an autonomous body,
    free from the executive branch
    except as legislation may still
    originate out of the executive
    branch of government.
    As you can see, the changes
    which have been proposed in
    Article II The Legislature are
    extensive, but are changes
    which ar e needed if student gov government
    ernment government is to be a representa representative
    tive representative body sensitive to the needs
    and problems of the student
    body.
    But only you, the electorate,
    have the power to approve.
    Study these changes and cast
    your ballot on April 7.
    Next issue: A complete analy analysis
    sis analysis of Article 111 The Execu Executive.
    tive. Executive.

    '""w y
    "The Ugly Duckling? OrThree's a Crowd"

    SIR THEOPHILE'S DIARYPART IV

    Visitor Meets 'Studying Body Leader'

    (Synopsis: Sir Theophile, an
    English gentleman of the 1000s,
    finds himself in the midst of an
    unusual society on the primitive
    North American Continent. He
    has discussed several phases of
    the society in his diary to this
    point, and now prepares to meet
    its leader.)
    After waiting several days, I
    was granted an audience with
    the monarch. I must relate in
    detail my conversation with him,
    for he cleared many misconcep misconceptions
    tions misconceptions of mine, and thoroughly
    impressed me with his attitudes
    and methods of reasoning.
    He was introduced to me as
    Master Fudge Ripple, Wizard
    Extraordinary and Leader of the
    Studying Body. These titles
    seem insignificant to us Eng English,
    lish, English, but they are of great im importance
    portance importance in their land, and no
    person of note is without one or
    two.
    I, in turn, was introduced to
    him as Sir Whatsit from Squares Squaresville,
    ville, Squaresville, which J took to be a
    general term they applied to
    strangers. The gentleman who
    introduced me appeared to be
    quite stupid, but I understand
    that this is a temporary condi condition,
    tion, condition, and is nearly non-existent
    in the spring of each year.
    *
    MASTER RIPPLE invited me
    to be seated. He was not singu singular
    lar singular in appearance, except for a
    curious which he seemed
    to turn on and off at will. I am
    told that thi< is the mark of

    CHARLES ARNADE

    Compares Professor, Taxi Driver Jobs

    By CHARLES ARNADE
    The President of tfhe Univer University
    sity University of Massachusetts is quite a
    guy. He was dissatisfied with
    the low professional salaries.
    When the State Legislature
    failed to appropriate money for
    salary raises, he resigned.
    Then he stumped the sftate in informing
    forming informing the public of the poor
    salaries and its consequences.
    Public opinion
    is rising be- << . s& ...
    hind him. The
    Legislature
    taking an em embarassed
    barassed embarassed sec- .r -y f
    ond look at the
    comparison of pjBIWIF?
    the fighting ex expresident
    president expresident iS tO f \ /
    say that the
    averas. aalary ARNADE
    of an American associate pro professor
    fessor professor is equal to the average
    salary of an American truck
    driver. A full-time enteiprising
    taxi driver's salary is below
    that of a truck driver and about
    equal to the average salary of
    an assistant professor.
    *
    I CM AN assistant professor
    and I once was a full-time taxi
    driver. I think I am eminently
    qualified to compare the condi conditions
    tions conditions of a taxi driver to an as assistant
    sistant assistant professor.
    First of all, a taxi driver
    works hard, with long hours as assembled
    sembled assembled in spurts. Tine work of
    a professor is also a 40-hour a
    week job. but much more. A
    cab driver, when on a salary
    with commission, gets overtime
    pay when doing extra work. In
    teaching, such additional income
    is never given; t ich work is
    classified as a moral obligation
    to the profession.

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    a good monarch, but found it
    quite difficult to tell what he was
    thinking as he spoke.
    He informed me that I was
    the guest of an Institution of
    Learning, situated in a city
    whose name I cannot translate.
    It is a conjunction of two of
    their words, which in our lan language
    guage language mean city of illicit profit.
    I believe that this derives
    from the various transmen and
    service people of the city, who
    take delight in selling members
    of the Institution shoddy goods
    and feeble services, for which
    they charge exorbitant prices.
    But to proceed: He informed
    me that the Institution w*as at attended
    tended attended by younger people in
    their society, and that it was
    supported by taxes levied
    amongst the citizens of their
    shire.
    *
    HE SAID THAT the parlia parliament
    ment parliament of the shire assigned the
    monies without regard to the
    trivial requirements of educa educational
    tional educational necessity. I found this
    most amazing and inquired how
    taxes could be levied against the
    entire populous for such an ac activity
    tivity activity that involved only a mi minority.
    nority. minority.
    What of the people who had no
    children? He replied that these
    people realized the benefits of
    having such an Institution in
    existence, whether they are their
    offspring attending or not. It is
    roughly equivalent to having
    non-believers on the church
    rolls.

    A driver with energy and am ambition
    bition ambition can get extra income
    from oth jobs. If you are a
    professor, this is very difficult;
    superiors will look with disfavor
    on such action fearing that the
    quality of teaching will decrease
    and that the professor will be
    accused of not fulfilling his duty
    or will endanger his social stat status.
    us. status.
    o o
    A TAXI driver knows his job.
    He is judged by efficient driv driving
    ing driving and the amount of income
    listed on his meter. An assistant
    professor must do good teach teaching
    ing teaching (no one can define good
    teaching). Yet in most cases
    promotions are due to publica publications.
    tions. publications. He is lost as to what is
    more important, teaching or
    producing publications. Every
    superior tells him something
    different.
    A cab driver depends on his
    dispatcher. If he loses his or her
    confidence, he is a dead duck.
    His calls will sabotaged and
    go to someone else. An assistant
    professor is in the hands of the
    department chairman. If the
    chairman does not like him, he
    too is in a bad fix and better
    leave.
    There wont be any raises or
    promotions. A driver can run
    for any political office. If he
    does, he is respected and
    praised by his superior and his
    company. At the University of
    Florida, a professor is barred
    from seeking elected o.fice. If
    he does, he is fired.

    THE COMPARISON can be ex extended
    tended extended fa* beyond the space al allotted
    lotted allotted to this column. It is need needless
    less needless to say that to qualify for an
    assistant professorship you must
    have a Ph.D. degree. To become
    a taxi driver, you should have

    He said, furthermore, that
    those in attendance bore some
    of the cost themselves. But I
    questioned, if these people (that
    is, the Studying Body) are
    wards of the shire, how can they
    afford to pay their own way?
    He replied that many of them
    were-ijuite rich, which made me
    wonder why they should be ac accepting
    cepting accepting charity in the first place.
    * *
    HOWEVER, these facts, which
    seemed to be inconsistencies,
    are really the finer points of
    their system of reasoning, and
    are well beyond our pitiful levels
    o thought. He then proceeded
    to explain their manner of gov government.
    ernment. government.
    He stated that he was the sole
    ruler of the Studying Body,
    which is also subject to the rule
    of the shire, through its parlia parliament;
    ment; parliament; to the President of the
    Institution; to the cops; to
    the investigating subcommit subcommittee;
    tee; subcommittee; and to several other agen agencies
    cies agencies too numerous to mention.
    I asked how he could be sole
    ruler, If his decisions were sub subject
    ject subject to modificaton by other au authority,
    thority, authority, but he explained that
    such modifications did not exist
    because of the areas in which
    judgments were exercised.
    (Next week, the Leader ex explains
    plains explains his powers, and describes
    the electoral and judicial func functions
    tions functions of his government.)

    finished grammar school and
    you must have a drivers li license.
    cense. license.
    Finally one might ask. why
    leave the cab to.become an as assistant
    sistant assistant professor? Your an answer
    swer answer is just as good as mine.
    Maybe as a professor you have
    the satisfaction of molding
    young minds. As a cab driver,
    you only transport minds. And
    maybe an assistant professor
    has hopes of becoming an as associate
    sociate associate professor. Very few
    taxi drivers wish or want to be become
    come become truck drivers.
    Indeed, this is not all funny.
    It is a most serious matter.
    There is really a perversion of
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    Defends Right of Negroes
    In 'Sit-In 7 Demonstrations

    Editor:
    Recently, two prominent poli poliical
    ical poliical leaders, President Truman
    and Gov. Collins, have strongly
    criticized the Negro sitdown de demonstrations.
    monstrations. demonstrations.
    In taking issue with these
    gentlemen I will note that in the
    past I have subscribed to the
    principle of moderation with
    which Gov. Collins position on
    the race issue has been identifi identified.
    ed. identified.
    I believe these demonstrations
    are a valid and reasonable poli political
    tical political technique which the Ne Negroes
    groes Negroes have every right to em employ.
    ploy. employ. The fact that violence in
    connection with these demons demonstrations
    trations demonstrations have erupted at times
    does not, in my opinion, con constitute
    stitute constitute sufficient grounds to pro prohibit
    hibit prohibit this technique.
    Security forces should be
    utilized to maintain order not
    to halt the demonstrations. If
    the conduct of either whites or
    Negroes constitutes violence,
    then, of course, these persons
    should be arrested. Bu£ it would
    appear that in some instances

    Claims UF Has Struck
    'Blow for Ignorance'

    Editor:
    I was not aware of any
    new regulation against dates
    kissing in the lobbies of the
    women's dorm until I read Stan
    Long's Letter to the Alligator.
    Truly and sadly Florida has
    again struck a blow for ignor ignorance
    ance ignorance and stupidity. Sigh!
    Q
    But, alas, before our grief be becomes
    comes becomes unbreable, let us look at
    some of the other effects of this
    aside from the extinction of he heheterosexuality.
    heterosexuality. heheterosexuality.
    Consider the decrease in the
    number of people wrenching and
    bruising theiT backs on those

    ffef On Canute Mac Station
    v (Author of 1 Was a Teen-age Dwarf'."The Many
    Loves of Dobie Gillie, etc)
    EAT, DRINK AND BE MARRIED
    On a recent tour of seventy million American colleges, I was
    struck by two outstanding facts: first, the great number of
    students who smoke Marlboro, and second, the great number
    of students who are married.
    The first phenomenonthe vast multitude of Marlboro
    smokerscomes as no surprise for, as everyone knows, the
    college student is an enormously intelligent organism, and what
    could be more intelligent than to smoke Marlboro? After all,
    ' pleasure is what you smoke for and pleasure is what Marlboro
    deliverspleasure in every puff of that good golden tobacco.
    If you think flavor went out when filters came in try a
    Marlboro. Light up and see for yourself ...Or, if you like, dont
    light up. Just take a Marlboro, unlighted, and puff a couple of
    times. Get that wonderful flavor? You bet you do! Even with without
    out without lighting you can taste Marlboros excellent filter blend.
    Also you can make your package last practically forever.
    No, I say, it was not the great number of Marlboro smokers
    that astounded me, it was the great number of married students.
    You may find this hard to believe but latest statistics show that
    at some coeducational colleges the proportion of married under undergraduates
    graduates undergraduates runs as high as thirty percent! And, what is even
    more startling, fully one-quarter of these marriages have been
    blessed with issue!
    Here now is a figure to give you pause! Not that we dont
    all love babies. Os course we do! Babies are pink and fetching
    rascals, given to winsome noises and droll expressions, and we
    all like nothing better than to rain kisses on their soft little
    skulls. But just the same, to the young campus couple who a te
    parents for the first time the baby is likely to be a source of
    considerable worry. Therefore, let me devote todays column
    to a few helpful hints on the care of babies.
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    First of all, we will take up the matter of diet. In the past,
    babies were raised largely on table scraps. This, however, was
    outlawed by the Smoot-Hawley Act, and today babies are fed
    a scientific formula consisting of dextrose, maltose, distilled
    water, evaporated milk and a twist of lemon peel.
    After eating, the baby tends to grow sleepy. A lullaby k very
    useful to help it fall asleep. In case you dont know any lulla lullabies,
    bies, lullabies, make one up. This is not at all difficult. In a lullaby the
    words are unimportant since the baby doesnt understand them
    anyhow. The important thing is the sound. All you have to do
    string together a bunch of nonsense syllables, taking care
    that they make an agreeable sound. For example:
    Go to sleep, my little infant,
    Goo-goo moo-moo poo-poo binfant.
    Having fed and serenaded the baby, arrange H in the position
    for slumber. A baby sleeps best on its stomach so place it that
    way in its crib. Then to make sure it will not turn itself over
    during the night lay a soft but fairly heavy object on its back backanother
    another backanother baby, for instance. lNiutiasM*

    And when baby n fast asleepthe little angel!why Ams
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    the police have acted to discour discourage
    age discourage the demonstrations rattier
    than to maintain order.
    The political atmosphere of
    the contemporary world has jled
    me to support the moderate ap approach
    proach approach to public issues. Alter
    all, the main contributions of the
    20th century have been total
    war, totalitarianism, the concen concentration
    tration concentration camp, a virulent na nationalism
    tionalism nationalism and racism.
    But while endorsing modera moderation,
    tion, moderation, I must point out this in
    itself is only an approach. Mo Moderation
    deration Moderation should not mean stag stagnation
    nation stagnation nor a maintenance of the
    status quo with regard to the
    race issue. Moderation is mere merely
    ly merely the form, and I think a sound
    one.
    But the ultimate value of mo moderation,
    deration, moderation, is the content, the sub substance,
    stance, substance, the quality of the ideas
    and policies which fill in the
    structure. It appears to me that
    neither the national administra administration
    tion administration nor most of the state ad administrations
    ministrations administrations in the South have
    pursued a wise and just course
    of moderation.
    Edward Estes.

    walls and railings. Certainly the
    saving on clothing repair la
    worth mentioning. Think of the
    reduction in hard feelings, hot
    to mention hoof and mouth dis disease.
    ease. disease.
    Let us try to be understand understanding;
    ing; understanding; the U of F has a limited
    budget. Would it be fair that,
    in order to avoid these pro
    blems, the University spend
    huge sums of money to radeqor radeqorate
    ate radeqorate all the lounges, lobbies, front
    entrances, etc., to create an at atmosphere
    mosphere atmosphere like unto old Pompeii?
    It isnt feasible.
    Dennis J. OMalley



    Censorship Hits FSU Newspaper

    (Continued from Page ONE)
    The faculty advisor said the
    board, led mostly by opinions of
    the faculty members, pointed to
    these as objects to be "toned
    down.
    The oartoon caption, "Love me
    . Jove my dog, and the editor editorial
    ial editorial headline, "Speaking of
    Rights.. were all that appear appeared
    ed appeared in print.
    The editorial oartoon which
    would have appeared In the
    white block struck out again at
    police.
    Miss Delavan described it as
    depicting a hayseed individual ar arresting
    resting arresting a well-dressed Negro stu student.
    dent. student. At the Negros heel's stood
    a dog labeled Civil Liberty and
    in the background stood two pork porkchoppers
    choppers porkchoppers wielding club.
    The coed explained her edi editorial
    torial editorial yanking was caused parti partially
    ally partially by pressures from authority

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    The most difficult puzzle in the world

    but that the material could have
    been watered down to luke -warm
    tea. Rather, we wanted a graphic
    illustration of what we felt was
    impending censorship.
    "AH >r Nothing
    "I didnt few we had the time
    to remake the paper, she said.
    "It was all or nothing.
    They objected specifically to
    UF Humanities Prof
    Gets Danforth Grant
    A tJF assistant professor is
    among 61 persons throughout the
    United States to receive the 1960
    Danforth Teachers Study Grant.
    James Sun wall, humanities, was
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    the editorial and cartoon, she
    explained, "but did not say de definitely
    finitely definitely we had to pull them.
    "We have assurances from
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    she mid. "We are backed up by
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    dents. students. Naturally, a lot of stu students
    dents students are complaining.
    "I am receiving more and mort
    letters saying that the Flambeau
    does not represent the majority
    opinion on campus, she said.
    "At no time did the board ask
    for an opportunity to review speci specific
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    ed. stated.
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    Miss Delavan is a non voting
    ex-officio member.
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    Montgomery said the publication
    policy of the board as stated in
    the 1955 1956 statement gave the
    right to the editor "to express him himself
    self himself freely in matters of interest
    both on and off the campus.
    "The board has never ever said
    to the editor that the paper should
    or should not take a stand on any anything,
    thing, anything, he said.
    UF Alumni Vote
    For Expanded
    Loyalty Fund
    UF Alumni voted Saturday to
    adopt a non profit corporation
    charter in order to carry out plans
    for an expanded Loyalty Fund.
    The action is considered a step
    toward enabling the Alumni As Association
    sociation Association to raise larger funds for
    aid to the University.
    President J. Wayne Reitz told
    the alumni, "Was as educators
    and alumni have not come to grips
    with the needs of higher educa education.
    tion. education.
    He pointed to the fact whereas
    in 1960 there were 60,000 students
    in Florida seeking higher educa education,
    tion, education, there would be 155,000 by
    1970.
    Our society spends about 3% bil billion
    lion billion annually for education and at
    the same time spends 10Va billion
    in the consumption of liquor, he
    added.
    Want Armory
    For UF Guns
    Mens Oouncil is hunting for a
    place to keep guns.
    "We think students are old e enough
    nough enough to handle their own person personal
    al personal arms, but we want to prevent
    any more accidents or suicide at attempts,
    tempts, attempts, Shell Clyatt, council pre president
    sident president said.
    "Just a place to store them is
    not enough, he said, someone
    has to assume the responsibility
    for them.
    The ROTC department turned
    down the Councils request for
    space in the military armory.
    Colonel A. B. Walton said Army
    regulations would not permit this,
    according to Larry Canter, coun council
    cil council representative.
    Canter estimated there was a*
    bout 50-100 guns owned by UF stu students.
    dents. students. He said the Council plans
    to submit the idea to the campus
    police department.
    Candidates to Debate
    A debate between presidential
    candidates Bus Allen and Bob
    Park will be held March 29 at 7
    p.m. in the Plasa of the Amerl Amerleaa.
    eaa. Amerleaa.

    Party Switch
    Leaves Park
    With Big Deficit
    (Continued Prom Page ONE)
    Park, endorsed for the presi presidency
    dency presidency by Joe Ripley, student body
    president, was caught totally un unprepared
    prepared unprepared by the massive switch.
    Trying To Rape BG'
    It looks as though the frater fraternities
    nities fraternities are attempting to rape the
    whole idea of student self-govern self-government,
    ment, self-government, said Park.
    It is discouraging to see men
    act with so little regard for those
    whom they nretend to reoresent.
    Park, who did not mention
    Black by name, apparently had
    him In mhid.
    I am still running (for the
    presidency), the senior law stu student
    dent student added.
    United Independent Co-chairman
    Alien McPeak said, I am very
    much surprised at my former co cochairman
    chairman cochairman Reggie Black in his ap apparent
    parent apparent about-face from service to
    power politics.
    Sells Out For HC Post'
    "In one night, fraternity chair chairman
    man chairman Black sacrificed service to
    the students and his own personal
    integrity for a high selective posi position,
    tion, position, chancellor of the Honor
    Court, the independent leader
    continued.
    6uz Allen's party chairman Ed
    Shafer, Theta Chi, gave an ex explanation
    planation explanation to the switch Sunday
    night by saying "Due to numer numerous
    ous numerous personality conflicts and
    many oHier problems, certain
    student groups got together to
    solve mutual problems and at
    the same time present a quali qualified
    fied qualified slate.
    He added, "We just know we've
    come together as a group of re responsible
    sponsible responsible people with responsible
    goals for a responsible student
    government, the Allied chair chairman
    man chairman continued.
    Allen Poole, who was formerly
    with Allen as his vice-presidential
    candidate, called the switch "de "detrimental
    trimental "detrimental and said people con concerned
    cerned concerned should re-evaluate their
    positions.
    In a democratic society a few
    cannot rule many Poole declar declared.
    ed. declared.
    Undaunted, McPeak said he was
    still behind Park.
    We will fight with Bob Park for
    a progressive service-minded stu student
    dent student government representing the
    entire Student body, McPeak con concluded.
    cluded. concluded.
    Debate Team Ranks
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    The UP debate team represent represented
    ed represented 11 southern in the an annual
    nual annual North South Debate tourna tournament
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    of West Virginia.
    In the final debate, North
    against South, Florida lost to
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    (Continued From Page ONE)
    Thought Movements philosophy
    of student government as paving a 1
    primary interest in the academic s
    affairs of the university. {
    Minority Party Function J
    In Britain the minority party
    acts as a loyal opposition to pro- (
    vide criticism, point out faults
    and errors and suggest alternative (
    plans to the government, Newton
    said.
    We feel student government
    should serve as loyal opposition to 1
    the University as a whole and to
    the individual schools and colleges
    on matters of academic curricu curriculum.
    lum. curriculum.
    The philosophy of the Free
    Thought Movement is based on 1
    | intellect, revolutionary attitudes
    and provocative concern, New Newton
    ton Newton said.
    Four Point Platform
    The platform of the Free
    Thought Movement has four ma major
    jor major areas, Newton said.
    (1) The honor system Abol Abolish
    ish Abolish the present inadequate hojior
    system and make long range
    plans to re-establish individual
    honor courts in each college.
    The underlying cultural attitudes
    in the university system dont
    support the honor system as it now
    operates. A revised orientation and
    student government that revolve
    around the academic community
    will change student attitudes,
    Newton explained.
    .
    Proctors Suggested
    Newton suggests using proctors
    for the interim period until the
    new honor system can be estab established
    lished established in each college.
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    (2) Student Government Junk
    the present system, Newton said.
    He favors separate student legis legislatures
    latures legislatures in each college. A student
    senate composed of representa representatives
    tives representatives from the colleges, would re replace
    place replace the present executive coun council.
    cil. council. Representation would be based
    on college enrollment
    This inhibits the possibility
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    Newton explained. Although the
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    cial social function as part of the uni university
    versity university society, the political influ influential
    ential influential power of a fraternity is mis misplaced.
    placed. misplaced.
    Individualism Curbed
    He criticized fraternity blocs
    for curbing individualism.

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    with academic average require requirements
    ments requirements for all orientation leaders.
    "Lets cut out all the emphasis
    on extra-curriculara at the ex expense
    pense expense of academics, especially the
    extensive room-by-room tour of
    the Florida Union. Students inter interested
    ested interested in finding the Union will find
    it without a guided tour, Newton
    said.
    (4) Fraternities and Sororities
    Delayed rush is advocated by
    Newton and Bateman. They call
    for a ruling that a student may
    not be pledged to a fraternity or
    sorority until he has a 2 0 aver average.
    age. average. They criticized the orienta orientation
    tion orientation stress on fraternity life. More
    strict controls on road tripping and
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    Page 3



    SWEEP VAMDY SERIES

    Tar Heel Nine Gator Bait?

    Florida's bajsefaall nine takes the
    field against strong North Carolina
    in the second game of a slat slated
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    p.m.
    The UF nine, which swept two
    contests from Southeastern Confer Conference
    ence Conference foe Vanderbilt over the week weekend,
    end, weekend, kicked off the initial game
    against UNC Monday.
    Carolina's club, favored to win
    UF Splashers
    To Go to Dallas
    Standout diver Steve Mcride
    and captain and butterflier Roy
    Tatei3hi will represent the UF
    swim team at the National Inter Inter
    Inter collegiate championships in Dal Dallas.
    las. Dallas. Texas, March 24 to 26.
    Mcride, who upset Florida;
    State's All American Bob Weber
    in the Florida Intercollegiates ths
    past weekend, is rated a good bet
    to advance to the final round.
    Other Florida winners at Miami
    w r ere breaststroker Jim Souder,
    who broke & meet record, back backstrocker
    strocker backstrocker John Schmid and both
    the freestyle and medly relays.
    Bob Stewart, Souder, TateLshi,
    and Jack Cummings were the
    medley unit while Jim Kemper,
    Mcride, Mike Camp, and Cum Cummings
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    j Starting Pitchers
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    , The Florida Alligator, Tue., March 22, 1960

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    >; Only one change in the Unc Unci'
    i' Unci' up will be made. Righthanded
    hitting Lynn Howie will take
    i over third base in the place of
    Leon Dorsett, who swings the
    stick from the left side.
    Fuller, by this means, injects
    [ as many righthanded hitters as
    I possible in the lineup to face Caro Carolina's
    lina's Carolina's lefty,' Dick Young. j
    Saba Slugs
    Bill Saba, slated to start in the
    >utfield along with Perry McGriff
    ind Don Fleming, Plugged a 350-
    foot home run in a 7-2 UF win
    Saturday.
    Fleming and McGriff both hit j
    four-baggers against Rollins.
    Catcher Booher and Paul Mc-
    Griff both garnered two hits in
    Saturdays contest, while Hersko Herskowitz
    witz Herskowitz chipped in a triple. Right-1
    handed junior Ricky Smith hurl-j
    ed four hit ball to earn the victory, j
    Pent Wins
    Hetty lefty Vennie Pent picked:
    up his initial win of the season
    Friday, pitching six scoreless in innings
    nings innings against the Commodores be before
    fore before being relieved by sophomore
    Dennis Aust.
    Florida won, 10 1.
    . With a double victory over Van Van!
    ! Van! day, the Gators are now leading
    ! the SEC with a 2 0 mark.

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    EK)WN HE GOES Jack Jones,
    Orange team quarterback is tossed for
    a loss by alert defender Doug Partin.
    Blue end Pat Patchen (86) comes in
    to make sure Jones doesnt get lose.

    FOR FLORIDA RELAYS

    Status of Javelin Ace in Doubt

    Florida Relays officials were
    waiting Monday for official notifi notification
    cation notification Bill Alley would compete in
    Saturdays 17th running of the big
    meet.
    Alley set a new Relays record

    in the javelin last
    year with a toss
    of 231llVa. The
    colorful Kansan
    earlier said he
    would compete,
    but his official
    entry has not yet
    been received.
    More than 20
    colleges and uni universities
    versities universities have in indicated
    dicated indicated they will
    enter the gala

    track carnival. Among the stellar
    individuals scheduled to run are
    Dave and Don Styron of North Northeast
    east Northeast Louisiana State.
    Pushed LSUs Cannon
    In the 1959 meet Dave pushed
    Louisiana States Billy Cannon to
    a 9.5 (not allowed as a record be because
    cause because of a 12-mile-per-hour tail tailwind)
    wind) tailwind) 100-yard dash.
    This performance, a fourth in
    the shot put and the anchor leg
    on LSUs record-setting (41.9) 440-
    yard relay team gave Cannon the
    Keamey-Raybun trophy, symbolic
    of the meefs top athlete.
    Don Styron finished second to
    LSUs Dickie Durham in the 120-
    yard high lurdles last year. Dur Durham
    ham Durham broke Dukes great Joel Shan Shankles
    kles Shankles record with a 14.2 clocking.
    Mileliets Returns
    This yeawf Florida co-captain
    Tom Michels returns to run in
    the event along with Durham and
    Styron, whfle early entries show
    the 100 as a battle among Dave

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    Styron. LSUs Ralph Fabian and
    I Louisiana Techs Pat Garrett.
    1 The Gators, always strong in
    ; sprints, do not appear to have one
    of the favorites in camp this year.
    1 But Florida will enter a strong

    ALLEN

    all-round team. John Hale, South*
    | eastern Conference javelin champ
    in 1959, will give Alley trouble
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    Allen Breaks Varsity Track
    Mark; Relay Ties Another

    one varisty record and tied an another
    other another without winning a single
    event in Saturday nights Holly Hollywood
    wood Hollywood Relays.
    Ron Allen broke his own 880-
    yard run record finishing second
    with a time of 1:54.1. The old
    mark was 1:54.5.
    The improving Gator mile re relay
    lay relay team finished third, tying
    the varsity mark of 3:18.2.
    St. Johns won with a 3:18.6
    clocking, while Florida State
    turned In a 3:18.8 time to finish
    second.
    Co captain Tom Michels,

    Action occurred in annual Orange and
    Blue spring game won by Blue 7-6. This
    play was typical of coach Ray Graves
    reaction of Rugged but ragged foot football.
    ball. football. (Photo by David Lang.)

    WADSWORTH

    and could take the event if the
    ! Kansan doesnt show.
    Henry Wadsworth, a star in
    previous Relays as a high school schooler,
    er, schooler, will head strong fields in the
    high jump and the pole vault.
    Wadsworth has a 14-9 vault and

    MICHELS

    j ances by UF mile relay quartets. ]
    The Gators are usually strong!
    | in the relay events.

    Bill Loweiistein. Ted Mealor and
    Allen make up the mile relay
    foursome.
    Husky Henry Wadsworth end ended
    ed ended up in a three -way tie for
    second in the pole vault. Wads Wadsworths
    worths Wadsworths 14 6 vault was good
    enough to qualify him for the
    Olympic trials. He also took se second
    cond second in the high jump with a
    6-4 performance.
    Michels was edged by veteran
    hurdler Josh Culbreath in the
    440 yard low hurdles. After
    leading until the final hurdle, the
    Florida co captain wound up
    with a respectable 54.8.

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    Netters, Linksmen
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    Georgia Tech's powerful golf
    and tennis teams visit the Gaines Gainesville
    ville Gainesville Golf and Country Club and
    the varsity tennis courts this
    afternoon for important Southeast Southeaster
    er Southeaster Conference matches.
    Jim Cleveland, Bob Plager. and
    Bill Leach pace the visiting links linksmen
    men linksmen who will have to match the
    pitch and putt talents of establish established
    ed established Gator starts Jim Parks. Frank
    Beard, and Skip Stiggers.
    Other Gator golfers to reckon
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    Ron Allen may
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