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If Could Make
A Difference
SEE PAGE 2

Volume 52, No. 38

Road Department
To Investigate
Campus Traffic
Survey Cards Ready for Autos
At All 17 Entrances to University
By DICK HEBERT
Gator Staff Writer
Students can now do something about the Gainesville
roads they complain about, according to the State Road
Department.

VOTE DRIVE
TO HIT 7,000
(See Editorial, rage SI)
A program to get students to
register te vote in the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic primary in Alachua Coun County
ty County is being undertaken by the
Educational Analysts Commit Committee,
tee, Committee, according to Chairman Lar Larry
ry Larry Stewart.
The committee received a SSO
appropriation from student gov government
ernment government funds to conduct the
drive.
The committee learned more
than 7.000 UF students were over
21.
As a service project, Alpha
Tau Omega fraternity canvassed
the married student living areas
last week to urge those eligible,
to register. Further contact will
be made with students over
21 before registration deadline
Friday.
Campus Poop Boards
Reserved for Candidofes
Greenboards have been placed
on campus for the display of po political
litical political poop.
According to Sec. of Interior
Paul Martin, the three feet on
the left of each board will be re reserved
served reserved for the Free Thought
Movement, a foot center sec section
tion section will be used by unaffiliated
candidates, while a 6% foot sec section
tion section on the right is reserved for
the United Parjty.

The Candidates Speak
-*

PARKS
Parks Blasts
'Pseudo-Unity'
Os Opponent
By 808 BARKS
Independent
Presidential Candidate
Those groups and individuals
who continuously refer to this
campaign and election as a
name game and attack me
for perpetrating a name sham"
are doing a gross injustice to
the students of this university.
For one thing, I plan in no
way to exploit the similarity in
names in my campaign. For an another,
other, another, those individuals and
groups who "view this election
as stated above insult the in intelligence
telligence intelligence of the student vot voter
er voter and his abilitjy to read and
comprehend.
I did not realize that I was
a political "bomb, but if I am
to be regarded as such I assure
the students on this campus
that I was not planted by any
organized bloc. I have long been
opposed to blocism" and its
manifestations.
A monster bloc will never pro produce
duce produce good government for it
wrongly creates two interest
groupsindependents and frat fraternity
ernity fraternity menwhich are made di diametrically
ametrically diametrically opposed and there therefore
fore therefore irreconcilable in their opin opinions.
ions. opinions.
Driving a wedge between in independents
dependents independents and fraternity men,
is a "shoddy foundation on
which to build catnpaign issues.
Harmony, not pseudo-unity, is
the key to sound and construc constructive
tive constructive student government.
The United Party is guilty of
all of this. While stating that it
is creating the largest, most
organized independent organiza organization
tion organization in UF histoijy, it has in-
See PARKS, Page

THE FLOP IDA ALLIGATOR

Seventeen campus exits will be
covered Wednesday by department
officials handing out form cards
that ask points of origin and des destination
tination destination said State Road Depart Department
ment Department official Hugh M. Hyde.
Students, faculty members and
university employes will be given
a postage paid card from every
time they leave the campus be between
tween between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday.
The State Road Department
hopes to get a good survey of the
where he is coming from and go going
ing going to. Thousands of cards will
be passed out, he said.
Recipients are asked to fill
them out and drop them in the
mail. Hyde explained that student
cooperation is important in find finding
ing finding which sections require most
attention.
This is part of a six week pro program
gram program in Alachua County to deter determine
mine determine traffic needs and flow. The
county-wide survey began March
1 and will extend into the middle
of April.
It will set in motion a 20-year
improvement plan to construct
new routes and improve the old.
Priority of need will judge which
routes will receive Immediate at attention.
tention. attention.
Signal timing and routing will
also improved according to need as
turned up by the survey, Hyde
said.
The 12-hour card distribution
will be postponed a week in the
event of rain.

M A 1
NEWTON
Newton Hits
'Unethical'
Campus Rule
By MILLER NEWTON
Free Thought Movement
Presidential Candidate
Why tolerate being told to
go to hell?
Should the fraternities, who
have less than one-third of the
students on campus in them,
have the right to rule the cam campus?
pus? campus? ,
The Free Thought Movement
thinks not.
Why should a few campus
politicians run the campus for
their personal self-edification?
These self-appointed politicians
are not ultimately concerned
for the good of the entire cam campus.
pus. campus. Only a very few politicians
even venture to mention ser service
vice service in their camapigns.
If this situation remains, the
state politics will be just as
bad as these unethical politicos
who hope to be state leaders
some day.
This campus has turned into
a sick society because of the
mass bloc system.
The Free Thought Movement
is attempting to show that the
work of only three or four peo people.
ple. people. with no fraternity back backing.
ing. backing. financial backing, and no
renowned campus politicos can
have a real impact on the cam campus.
pus. campus.
We are running on our ideas,
not because of past performance.
How stupid it is to see poop
all over the campus with sim simply
ply simply a mans name and % list of
his activities. What is most im important
portant important is what that man be believes
lieves believes and will do if selected.
We want to see student govern government
ment government become more academical academically
ly academically oriented. Student government
See NEWTON, P ** e u

HE WASNT SPEEDING Debbie Stohlman, so sophomore
phomore sophomore in education from St. Louis, Mo., isnt really
a disguised cop giving a ticket to Martin Murphy,
sophomore from West Palm Beach. Actually she is
simply demonstrating the way state road department
officials will hand out road survey forms Wednesday
to all cars entering the campus.

ON TALK BACK' TONIGHT
Series to Review
Faculty Tensions
By KIRK CALLAHAN
Gator Staff Writer
Pressure on the Faculty will be featured on a Talk Back
program to be telecast tonight over WUFT-TV, Channel 5, at fi p.m.

The production ie sponsored by
the Student Religious Association.
The format of the program in includes
cludes includes a film, followed by a pane!
discussion by four UF professors.
Insight Is PurpcNg
The purpose of the telecast is
to give students an insight into
the problems and conflicts facing
university faculty members, aaid
Rev. Harwell, minister at the
Presbyterian Student Center.
The four professors will discuss
pressures brought on the faculty

PARK
Park Defines
His Views,
Proposals
By 808 PARK
United Party
Presidential Candidate
This is a plea for sanity! We
must overcome the political hy hysteria
steria hysteria that has seized our camp campus'.
us'. campus'. We must look calmly, ma maturely
turely maturely at the issues.
First, you need a rule of thumb.
Eric Sevareid, famous news
analyst, puts it this way: The
boys in politics are those indi individuals
viduals individuals who want position in or order
der order to BE something; the men
are those who want position in
order to DO something.
United wants to DO two things:
first, serve the students, and,
second, serve the whole Uni University.
versity. University. $
Service to students doesn't
mean playing games with the
structure of student government.
It means attacking what the
UF psychiatrist calls our cul cultural
tural cultural improverishment. It
means giving independent men
a chance to have a decent soc social
ial social life. It means providing bet better
ter better relations between faculty and
student, one of our critical
areas. It means keeping your
feet on the ground jypd planning
for people! /
Service to the University
means first of all having an idea
of what a great university is. It
takes a long time to digest an
education.
United's leadership includes
men who have studied UF prob problems
lems problems from many angles. Prob Problems
lems Problems such as our professors be being
ing being 21 per cent underpaid in
comparison with 21 similar uni universities,
versities, universities, must be faced by all
Florida. Problems that require,
not permit, radical experimen-
See PARK, Page 3

University of Florida, Gainesville, FloridaTuesday, March 29, 1960

by research, too many clases, fi financial
nancial financial difficulties, and other de demanding
manding demanding responsibilities.
Formal discussion groups will
be held at the Alpha Chi Omega
and Zeta Tau Alpha house.
Professors Eugene Bovee, bi biology,
ology, biology, Ralph Thompson, market marketing,
ing, marketing, Nathan Starr. English and
humanities and Fred Hartman, po political
litical political science, will make up the
panel.
Prof. Hartman is president of
the Association of American Uni University
versity University Professors.
Carson To Lead
Dr. Robert Carson, humanities,
will lead a discussion group at
the AXO house.
The discussion at the Zeta house
will be conducted by Prof. M. M.
Laslev, of the foreign language
department.
Students may view the pro-
See FACULTY/Page S

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ALL FOR A DIMEAOPi sorority
girls in their Gator Gras carnival booth
offer themselves up as scoops of ice
cream in a banana split dish." An in interested
terested interested bystander could purchase

Gamblers Greedy at Gator Gres

By ANDREA ARTHUR
Gator Staff Writer
UF students "stepped right
up and gambled away $55 50 to
Dollars for Scholars at Satur Saturday
day Saturday night's Gator Gras Carnival
and Talent Show, according to
Bill Swain, co-chairman of the
event.
The total intake for the even evening
ing evening came to about S9OO. said
Swain.
Os the total grossed we
hope to give at least SSOO to Dol Dollars
lars Dollars for Scholars," Swain said.
A crowd estimated at 2.000
milled on Graham Field amid
multi-colored lights to the tune
of "hurry, hurry, hurry and
"give the little lady a chance to
throw.
The Clyde Beaty tent, hous-
Kappa Alpha Gambling Casino,
ing the Student Talent Show,
had every seat filled, accord according

Law Prof to Bring Suit
As Board Turns Deaf Ear


Five-Year Plan
i For Pharmacy
Gets Approval
The five-year pharmacy pro program
gram program w'as approved Friday by
the Board of Control in Tallahas Tallahassee.
see. Tallahassee.
The proposal to increase the
length of required training to five
years wa-, deferred at the last
board meeting when Board mem member
ber member James Love of Quincy expres expressed
sed expressed opposition to it on the grounds
that additional training was not
needed to qualify as a drug dis dispenser.
penser. dispenser.
The Issue presented to the
boards was to extend the course
to five years or lose accredita accreditation
tion accreditation of the pharmacy school.
UF President Dr. J. Wayne
Reitz said there are 76 accred accredited
ited accredited pharmacy schools' In the
nation and all have taken steps
to comply with the five-year pro program
gram program except the UF. j
He noted the students com completing
pleting completing the present four-year
pharmacy course would be
qualified to practice in Florida
but could not practice in most
other states if the UF school lost
its accreditation.
Frank Buchacnan. board mem member
ber member from Miami, charged there
was no liaison between Floridas
state university and accredita accreditation
tion accreditation groups.
Dr. Ralph Miller, member from
Orlando, agreed with Buchanan
and said university presidents and
university control boards should
be given a bigger part in ac accreditation
creditation accreditation requirements.
Love said he did not agree
with the five-year pharmacy pro program.
gram. program. but told fellow board mem members
bers members he believed they were
trapped in approving it at this
time.
y
Classic Pianist to Ploy
Pianist Russell Danburg will be
featured today, in a presentation
by the UF Department of Music
at 8:15 p.m., in the UF Auditori Auditorium.
um. Auditorium. i

three balls for a dime to throw at cans
of flour poised above the girls. A sure
shot could, as the girls themselves said,
top his own sundae."

ing according to Talent Chairman Jan
Smith. It was better than I ex expected,
pected, expected, Smith said, "and it wall
be even better next year.
First place in the 12-act com competition
petition competition went to the Pan Ameri American
can American Singers. The seven-man
group's prize was a trip for two
to Nassau.
Taking second place was dia dialect-singer
lect-singer dialect-singer Allan Mallinger.
Kathryn Martin, who sang an
Broward Gator Hop
Foiled for Frolics
The Saturday night Gator Hop
wont bop again this week be because
cause because of a conflict with the
Spring Frolics. The next regu regular
lar regular hop will be held April 9.
Shelton Clyatt. head of the
dance committee, said future
plans include Uve music, with
several guest hands expected
later In the semester.


T. B. Jones Planning
To A ttendA AUP Meet
Political participation by UF faculty members is slated
for discussion Wednesday night at the American As Association
sociation Association of University Professsors meeting.
And T. Brooks Jones, ousted!

law professor, will be in the
j audience.
I plan to attend the AAUP
meeting Wednesday but doubt if
11 will participate unless asked to
jby some member of the organiza organization,
tion, organization, Jones said.
The AAUP has suggested they
might employ councilnot for me
ibut to assist my attorney in their
behalf. They are interested in my
case nly in regard to the prin principle
ciple principle involved, said the former
law professor.
An analysis of the legal and
constitutional provisions related
to staff political activities pre presented
sented presented by Dr. Charles D. Far Farris,
ris, Farris, associate prefessor of polit political
ical political science heads the agenda.
Poll Result* Reveal
The results of a poll of 21 oth-1
er universities regarding the po political
litical political activities of their facul faculties
ties faculties will also be presented. The
survey, including only instltu- j
tions comparable to the UF, re-:
veals a majority of the unj-!
versities do not stand in the way!
of staff members running for of office.
fice. office.
In cases demanding a full fulltime
time fulltime campaign most institutions
require employes to take a leave
of absence, but for local political
offices permission is usually
granted to remain on the job
since campaigning does not re require
quire require as much time, the report
stated.
Opposed To Ruling
In a statement previously issued
AAUp President Frederick Hart Hartmann
mann Hartmann said, We have always been
opposed to the Board of Control
ruling that prohibits University
faculty from seeking or holding
public office.
The AAUP stand does not en endorse
dorse endorse the candidacy of Jones,
Hartmann said. We weloome the
opportunity to see this ruling

opera selection and a torch
aong, won third.
. 1 Contributing the most to Dol Dollars
lars Dollars for Scholars was the Pi
which collected the $55.50 in
Gator Gras money by urging
the crowd to gamble without
guilt.
*
The bug bites everyone,
said Joe Smith, explaining the
clean-up. "The beauty of it was
that the booth only cost us $9 81
to build. said Smith, who was
in charge of the Pike booth.
Alpha Omega Pis Top-Your-
Own-Sundae, where girls could
be showered with flour when the
flour can was hit, was picked as
most original by the Florida
Union Board Committee.
I All that was missing from
the carnival was cotton candy,
was the judgment of one stu student.
dent. student.

: tested in the courts. We feel confi confi-1
-1 confi-1 dent a test is in the best interest
! of the University, the state and its
people.

; Group Plans
Special Fund
j
; AAUP President Frederick Hart Hartj
j Hartj mann revealed plans Sunday to
establish a permanent special
project fund to provide the or organization
ganization organization with financial support
comparable to its political power.
"Once the fund is raised it could
be used for such purposes aa
publishing a brochure presenting
information we have gathered on
| higher education or for hiring
j legal council in cases such as the
Brooks Jones dismissal, Hart Hart'mann
'mann Hart'mann explained.
I want to emphasize that the
jfund is not being proposed to as assist
sist assist Prof. T. B. Jones, Hartmann
!added.
At present we only have a
small budget raised through dues.
We have no money for emergency
purposes. he said.
Hartmann noted it will be the
first time the AAUP has embark embarked
ed embarked on a permanent fund raising
venture. He said the money will
be raised through pass the hat
type contributions. He estimated
the fund wall consist of several
thousand dollars.
In recent weeks we have
had numerous offers of aid. If
this idea is accepted the chapter
will have a permament machinery
for handling them. said Hart Hartmann.
mann. Hartmann.
The proposal i* slated for pres presentation
entation presentation before the UF chapter of
the AAUP at its Wednesday night
meeting, he said.
HARRY 8. RAPE
UF, FSU Argue
Football Game
Student Seating
UF and Florida State University
student leaders met on campus
Sunday to better student seating
arrangements at next year's UF
FSU football game.
Last year FSU students viewed:
the game from the north end'
zone while Florida students oc-|
Cupied the east stands
Mattox Hair. FSU student body
president, proposed that the east'
stands be shared by both schools!
at next years game.
Hair set the 30 yard-line as a, :
dvidmg point.
Charlie Wells, assistant to UF
student body president, comment commented.
ed. commented. I dont believe that Hairs
proposal is a solution.
While we want a fair seating
arrangement. Wells said, stu student
dent student government feels that its
first obligation is to Florida stu students.
dents. students.

UP AND OVER! Henry Wad&rorth, UF pole
vaulter, pushes away at 15 *4 ,, setting a new record
in Saturday's Florida Relays. The husky sophomore
is the first native Floridian to go over IS feet, and
the vault was only the second 15-footer on Florida soil.
See sports pages for detail*. (Photo by sam Johnston.)

Duke Next
For Thinclads
SEE PAGE 4


gyFour Pages This Editic n

Hell Postpone
Action to Avoid
Issue Confusion
|
By HARRY S. RAPE
Gator Editorial Assistant
Fired UF Law Professor
T. Brooks Jones, his Friday
Board of Control appeal re rejected,
jected, rejected, announced Monday
definite intentions of filing
suit against the Board im imj
j imj mediately following the
May 3 primary.
I feel my dismissal is unlavi unlavij
j unlavij ful and T intend to take it
court. Jones told the Alligato^.
Jones said he had decided tj
postpone legal action until afte }
The former law professor noted
sibility of confusing the issue* cjf
!the election.
The former law professor noted
the Board was not unanimously
; in favor of the present rule pro prohibiting
hibiting prohibiting political aetfvity by state,
university staff members.
The Board was very cordia
and friendly. I am encourage*
that it is considering ft possible
revision of the rule. Jones said
However the Board noted that anj
revision could not be applied U
Jones case.
I am still attempting to keep
my suit open by continuing to of
! fer my services. T check in with
jthe law school office periodically
and ask the secretary if there arE
any assignments for me. She al
ways says no. This is the genera!
| procedure in such cases. said saidi
i saidi Jones.
Jones said he felt his forced
: resignation was not valid
j under the law. He told tho
Board Florida law allows pub public
lic public employes to run for public
office.
Board Chairman J J. Daniel of
| Jacksonville told Jones if he
sought further redres a on the
Board's action it would have to
be in the courts.
For the next month before tho
May primary Ill be attending
evening rallies throughout the cir circuit,
cuit, circuit, meeting people and cam campaigning.
paigning. campaigning. After the election I will
file suit against the Board In Tal-,
lahassee to recover my loss in
salary. he explained.
Board member Frank M. Bu Buchanan
chanan Buchanan of Miami told Jones Board
members felt some revision of the j
old policy was needed, but it would
not be helpful In (his case since he
already had been dismissed. Jones
was dismissed March 1 following
his announcement a* a candidate
for judge of the Eighth Judicial
Circuit, opposing George W Pat Patten
ten Patten of Starke.
The general feeling of the
Boatrd Is that the regulation
needs Investigating and may
need a change, Buchanan
stated.
My opinion is that you could
not run for governor or the state
cabinet bur you might run for'
other offices. It may be possible
to grant leaves of absences.
Buchanan told Jones the regul regulation
ation regulation had been on the books for
many years and. although he
thought it should be investigated
he could see no solution but
to uphold the dismissal.



THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR

Page 2

It Could Make a Difference

Seven thousand UF students have
the potential for determining Alachua
Countys election results in the May
Democratic primary.
UF students can contribute a great
deal to county and state politics by
registering in Alachua County before
Friday. Although students are dis discouraged
couraged discouraged by county registration of officials
ficials officials in the court house, 7,000 stu students
dents students are legally qualified to register
in Alachua County.
* f
THE SIGNIFICANCE of student
registration in the county has several
facets.
A student voting bloc can show
local and state legislators the needs
of higher education. This motive
alone merits student registration. Re Recorded
corded Recorded student voting opinion is tan tangible
gible tangible evidence that the reports of the
educational analysis committee bear
some statewide scrutiny.
Student voting in Alachua County
an boost political interest in this
area. Although the countys low re registration
gistration registration in comparison with other
Florida counties is misleading due to
reeeht revision of registration books,
student interest may snowball county
interest.
* *
IT IS EASIER to register in Alachua

CONSTITUTION REVISIONPART V

Major Change Seen for SG Finance

(EDITORS NOTE: This is the
fifth in a regular aeries of col columns
umns columns explaining and analysing
the proposed student government
revisions which will be voted on
In the election of April 1.)
Article IVThe Judiciary was
hanged very little. The major
change places the student Traf Traffic
fic Traffic Court in the constitution un under
der under the Judiciary.
The Traffic Court has grown
into an important branch of stu student
dent student government. To avoid the
possibility of any administra administration
tion administration failing to appoint a traffic
court, it was found desirable to
protect its existence through the
constitution.
Tn the Honor Court section,
only on- change has been made.
This change will permit the
court to recommend reprimands
or loss of credit for behavior in
contempt of the Honor Court.
* * '
ANOTHER CHANGE will give

ANSWERS CRITICS

Offers Opinions on Honor System Value

(EDITORS NOTE: The fol following
lowing following column was submitted by
Honor Court Chancellor Sid Bea Beaver
ver Beaver In reply to a guest column
appealing recently on these
page#.)
The Honor System has been
the subject of several examples
of uninformed opinion, reduced
to writing, that have appeared
in recent editions of the Alli Alligator.
gator. Alligator. The following is written
in the interest of keeping the
system in perspective.
The Honor System is not a
means of recruiting a vast un unpaid
paid unpaid police force for the taxpay taxpayers
ers taxpayers of Florida. This has appar apparently
ently apparently been an assumption behind
several articles.
The system provides a stand-
Florida man or
masses It pro-
Thi curtail- BEAVER
ment of cheating is incidental to
he main purpose.
I do not know of my own
knowledge, but I am told by

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Editorials

County than in individual home
counties for students. The absentee
ballot system is cumbersome, time timeconsuming
consuming timeconsuming and involved. Very few
students take the time and trouble to
" fill out the necessary forms and affi affidavits
davits affidavits for absentee ballots.
And the possibility of fraud in ab absentee
sentee absentee voting in Florida counties is
not entirely out of the realm of real reality.
ity. reality.
Student government leaders regard
the importance of student registration
in Alachua County worthy of a SSO
appropriation. The SSO was used to
sponsor a campus poll to determine
the number of qualified electors on
campus and urge them to register at
the county court house.
* *
STUDENTS HAVE four days to
register with Alachua County Regis Registration
tration Registration Supt. Sue Simpson. Registra Registration
tion Registration deadline is Friday.
The mile trip to the County court
house takes about 15 minutes to walk.
Fifteen minutes isnt a momentous
time span. Perhaps 7,000 students
will someday look back and regard
the 15 minutes it took to register in
March 1960, as a worthwile venture.
Registration offices are open to tonight
night tonight and Friday night from 6 to 9.

the Honor Court the power to
require witnesses to appear be before
fore before it. but may not require a
witness to testify against him himself.
self. himself.
Article V-Finance has under undergone
gone undergone a major overhaul.
* *
THE STUDENT activity fee
at the present time is distrib distributed
uted distributed among the various organiza organizations
tions organizations within the constitution it itself.
self. itself. In order to redistribute or
rebudget the activity fee, a con constitutional
stitutional constitutional amendment must be
approved by the student body in
an election.
Because of the difficulty in get getting
ting getting amendments passed, student
government has very little flex flexibility
ibility flexibility in reallocating funds as
situations arise.
To counteract this inflexibility,
the Constitutional Revision Com Committee
mittee Committee proposes that the distribu distribution
tion distribution of the student activity fee be

people who have studied and
taught under both honor sys systems
tems systems and proctor systems, that
the honor system as we have
it on this campus is more effec effective
tive effective in preventing cheating than
any proctor system they have
experienced.
If anyone cares to investigate
this further I suggest they talk
with Dr. Manning J. Dauer of
the Political Science Depart Department.
ment. Department.
* *
ONE WRITER could not re resist
sist resist the temptation of reference
to the honor court as that au august
gust august star chamber. I don't
know if he actually knows what
the star chamber was or was
merely trying to sound sophisti sophisticated.
cated. sophisticated.
There are a number of law
students who do an excellent job
of representing honor court de defendants.
fendants. defendants. These people know
what the star chamber was and
they are familiar with the pro procedures
cedures procedures of the honor court.
I will pay the writer of the
article in question one dollar
for every defense counsel he can
find who will even term the
honor courts procedure as un unfair.
fair. unfair. in exchange for his paying
me a dime for those who say
that it is fair. There is your

Tuesday, March 29, 1960

removed from the constitution.
* *
UNDER THE proposed change,
the student activity fee will be
distributed in a Student Body
Finance Law. Student govern government,
ment, government, to redistribute or rebud rebudget
get rebudget the activity fee as the situ situations
ations situations arise, would need two twothirds
thirds twothirds approval of the Legisla Legislative
tive Legislative Council, and approval of
the Treasurer of the student
body, president of the student
body, and as an unbiased check
upon misuse of governmental
powers, approval of the presi president
dent president of the University or his des designated
ignated designated administrative officer.
(Next lumie: A complete
analysis of Article VI-Publica-
Article VH-Summer Ses Session,
sion, Session, and Article VTTI-Freshman
Council.)
Ralph Carey
Chairman Constitutional
Revision Committee

offer, fellow, now you either put
up or shut up.
* *
THERE 18 presently a com committee,
mittee, committee, composed of some ex extremely
tremely extremely competent people, that
is conducting an exhaustive in investigation
vestigation investigation in an attempt to cre create
ate create a more effective honor sys system
tem system here. The results of this
committee's work will be offered
to the student body in the form
of constitutional amendments in
the fall of this year.
The organizers of the free
thinkers political party would
be well advised to Withdraw
their platform plank concerning
the honor system. It is prema premature.
ture. premature.
Incidentally, localizing of hon honor
or honor courts in the separate col colleges
leges colleges is one alternative the com committee
mittee committee has considered. The
administrative difficulties caused
by such an arrangement would
be substantial.
And finally, I have nothing
but a healthy contempt for the
people who complain about
cheating but are too gutless to
do anything to stop it. I am re reminded
minded reminded of a child who, when an another
other another child takes his candy, goes
running to mama for help. These
people would have proctors take
the place of mama.
Sid Beaver
Honor Court Chancellor

9
;
"I Think the Apathy Will Keep It up There."

CHARLES ARNADE

We Should Learn a Foreign Language

By CHARLES ARNADE
A person Who handles many
languages has many souls.
To be able to speak several
languages ie a great privilege.
It is no secret that Americans
are language lazy. Far, far too
few speak one or more foreign
languages. Our
foreign policy
\ suffers greatly
JSKMUfk because of this.
, jKL ja blame for this
'* di#re ard * r
guages? I am
sure there are
many answers.
f *
1 x V / OUR EDUCA EDUCAARNADE
ARNADE EDUCAARNADE TIONAL sys system
tem system must carry a great burden
of the blame. A foreign lan language
guage language should be taught from
the first grade. Kids at this
level will certainly not leam
the language, but they will get
a feeling of the importance to
know and study a foreign
tongue.
Dr. James B. Conant, presi president-emeritus
dent-emeritus president-emeritus of Harvard Uni University,
versity, University, only recently reported

SIR THEOPHILE'S DIARYPART VI

Questions Procedure of Honorable Court

(Synopsis: An Englishman of
the 1600s, Sir Theophile Big Bigwick,
wick, Bigwick, has become the guet of
a strange society somewhere In
North A m eriea. He has prev previously
iously previously "described in hie diary
many aspects of this society,
and Us now engaged in a dis discussion
cussion discussion of its government with
Its Leader, Master Fudge Rip Ripple.)
ple.) Ripple.)
After coffee, the Leader be began
gan began to describe their judicial
system, which is so remarkable
the best legal minds of England
should study it; to the end that
we might incorporate It.
He said that the whole judi judicial
cial judicial power was vested in an
Honorable Court, composed of
several Judges, whose function
was to try and condemn those
persons accused of committing
crimes against the Studying
Body. These trials are held in
complete secrecy, usually under
cover of darkness.
* *
THERE ARE A minimum of
laws to be followed, almost no
precedent, and they employ no
officers to arrest offenders or
otherwise enforce their legisla legislative
tive legislative mandates. He said that the
Studying Body was kept com completely
pletely completely unaware of the proceed proceedings
ings proceedings of this judicial group, ex except
cept except for cryptographic notices
published in inconspicuous pla places
ces places from time to time.
Penalties range from ordeal
by fire to a strong reprimand:
the reprimand taken to be much
more serious than the ordeal.
*
I WAS completely astonished

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that teaching a foreign lan language
guage language to pre-teen-agers is
spreading like wildfire. Pupils
like it and enjoy it.
* *
LOCAL SCHOOL boards,
school administrators and some
colleges of education are the
most vociferous opponents to
such a broadening of language
instruction.
Often it is considered a lux luxury
ury luxury that cannot be afforded.
(Frills and expensive athletic
programs are not classified as
a luxury.)
Colleges of education handicap
the spreading of language in instruction
struction instruction by demanding absurd
requirements. They often ignore
the fact that in order to teach
a language you first of all must
know the language.
The ability to teach it depends
heavily on the ability to use it;
little else. American universi universities
ties universities spend lavish funds on the
ever-increasing schools of edu education
cation education offering courses like food
in a cafeteria. But the depart departments
ments departments are eternal stepchildren.
* *
BIT PUBLIC opinion is mov moving
ing moving rapidly in favor of better

by the information he had giv given
en given me, for if it were true, the
world as a whole was sadly out outdistanced
distanced outdistanced in matters of legal
understanding by this race of
geniuses. I inquired as to the
qualifications a Judge must
have; whether he must be ex experienced
perienced experienced in hie profession, and
whether the more mature and
sober persons were sought out
for this position.
He replied that everyone at
the Institution was sober and
mature, and, anticipating my
next question, stated that certain
subtle qualities were necessary necessarybefore
before necessarybefore one could be elected a
Judge.
* *
THESE QUALIFICATIONS re require
quire require the Judge to be a well
meaning person, experienced in
committees, and well versed in
the art of smiling, as was the
Leader.
Most of the Honorable Court
consists of the youngest mem members
bers members of the Institution. I quer queried
ied queried that if the Judges were rel relatively
atively relatively inexperienced and the
trials were secret, how could
the accused be guaranteed jus justice?
tice? justice? For an individual im implicated
plicated implicated in a crime can only
hope for the mercy of the
court, fostered by experience,
or for public reprisal if he be
falsely condemned.
* *
IN THEIR system, these two
elements are cautiously re removed,
moved, removed, because experience is
difficult to find anywhere in
their government, and the

language education. A Florida
example deserves to be cited.
Delray Beach is located on Flor Floridas
idas Floridas Bast Coast and has a pop population
ulation population of 12,000.
This town, 20 miles south of
West Palnl Beach, has an ag aggressive
gressive aggressive and enlightened news newspaper,
paper, newspaper, the Delray Beach News-
Journal, with a circulation of
7,000.
THE EDITOR is Lora S. Britt,
a woman of great journalistic
talents and of an exurberant and
fearless enthusiasm. Mrs. Britt
advocates the learning of foreign
languages. She especially likes
Spanish which she learned in
night classes. She became the
leading personality in encourag encouraging
ing encouraging the study of Spanish.
Today in Delray Beach ele elementary
mentary elementary school children study
Spanish and Editor Britt has a
weekly column in Spanish in her
newspaper which she is personal personally
ly personally writing.
Here is a case that deserves
national attention; an editor
and her newspaper probably do doing
ing doing more for the study of an im important!
portant! important! foreign language than
many Universities or colleges in
the nation.

thought of public reprisal
makes the Judges nervous.
They are also concerned with
protecting the guilty from em embarrassment.
barrassment. embarrassment. and the innocent
from otherwise unnecessary
character debasement.
(Next week. Sir Theophile
and Master Ripple dfccuss the
nature of cheating in the In Institution,
stitution, Institution, the means the Hon Honorable
orable Honorable Oonrt uses to combat
it, and the ultimate reliance of
their judicial system upon ra rational
tional rational men.)
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Letters to the Editor
Says Hub Bleeds Funds
From UF Student Pockets

Editor:
Why must items sold at the
Student Service Center cost
such exorbitant prices?
One is led to believe the Cam Camptte
ptte Camptte Shop and Bookstore is in a
competition war with another
robber of poor students (The
Cutthroat Eye!), to see who
can bleed the most from our
meager funds.
There is probably no place in
America today that can beat
the Cutthroat Eyes price for
Castros five-cents-per-pound
sugar. When one shells out 32
cents tor 32 ounces of sugar to
the blackguard pirates, he is'
apt to think he is purchasing
WW II blackmarket sugar.
But the Hub" counters by
purloining sixty cents for a one oneand-one
and-one oneand-one fluid ounce plastic bot bottie

THE MURDERER THAT COMPLETELY
BAFFLED SCOTLAND YARD!
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STARTS WEDNESDAY j jJLLIiLMJ
#§pQa Campus Max Shuiman I
( n/( Author of 7 Was a Teen-age Dwarf,"The Many
Loves of Dobie Gillis, etc )
"AN EMBARRASSMENT OF RICHES
Twinkly, lovable old Dr. Wagstaff Sigafoos, head of chemistry
at the Upper Rhode Island College of Science and Palmistry,
cares naught for glory and wealth. AH lie cares about is to work
in his laboratory, to play Mozart quartet* with a few cronies,
to smoke a good Marlboro, and to throw sticks for his faithfii
dog Trey to fetch.
So when, after years of patient research, Dr. Sigafoos-dis Sigafoos-discovered
covered Sigafoos-discovered Reverso, a shaving cream which causes whiskers to
grow inward instead of outward, thus enabling a man to bite
off his beard instead of shaving it, it never even crossed his
mind that he had come upon a key to fame and riches; he simply
assigned all his royalties from Reverso to the college and went
on with his quiet life of working in the laboratory, playing
Mozart quartets, smoking good Marlboros and throwing sticks
for his faithful dog Trey. (Trey, incidentally, had died some
years earlier but habit is a strong thing and Dr. Sigafoos to
this day continues to throw sticks.)
As everyone knows, Reverso turned out to be a madly success successful
ful successful shaving cream. Royalties in the first month amounted to
$290,000, which came in mighty handy, believe you me, because
the college had long been postponing some urgently needed
repairsa lightning rod for the men* dormitory, new hoops for
the basketball court, leather patches for the chess team s elbows
and a penwiper for the Director of Admissions.
In the second month royalties amounted to an even million
dollars and the college bought Marlboro cigarettes for all
students and faculty members. It is interesting that the college
chose Marlboro cigarettes though they could well have afforded
more expensive brands. The reason is simply this: you can pay
more for a cigarette but you can ? t get a better flavor, a better
smoke. If you think flavor went out when filters came in, try
a Marlboro. The filter cigarette with the unfiltered taste. "You,
too, can smoke like a millionaire at a cost which does no violence
to the slimmest of budgets. Marlboros come in soft pack or
flip-top box and can be found at any tobacco counter. Million Millionaires
aires Millionaires can be found on yachts.
But I digress. We were speaking of the royalties from
Reverso which continue to accrue at an astonishing ratenow
in excess of one million dollars per week. The college is doing all
it can to spend the money; the student-faculty ratio which used
to be thirty student* to one teacher is now thirty teachers to
one student; the Gulf Stream has been purchased for the
Department of Marine Biology; the Dean of Women has been
gold-plated.
But money does not buy happiness, especially in the colleg*
world. Poverty and ivythat is the academic lifenot power
and pelf. The Upper Rhode Island College of Science and
Palmistry is frankly embarrassed by all this wealth, but I am
pleased to report that the trustees are not taking their calamity
lying down. Last week they earmarked all royalties for a crash
research program headed by Dr. Wagstaff Sigafoos to develop
a whisker which is resistant to Reverso. Let us all join in wish wishing
ing wishing the old gentleman success. 191,0 M Shal
* *
The sponsors of this column can't offer you money but they
can offer you line smoking flavorwith or without Miter. If
you favor Miters try a Marlboro. If non-filters are your pleas
ure pick a Philip Morris.

tie bottie of Mennen Spray Deodorant
that sells well enough in other
Florida cities for twenty-eight
to thirty-three cents.
The Hub is dedicated to the
students of the UF. Then why
must it be desecrated by such
wanton acts of cruelty as ex extracting
tracting extracting the last red cent front
Red-blooded American stu students?
dents? students?
Either the Campus Shop is
making a whale of a haul or
funds are being poured down
the drain in excess labor or poor
management. t
If funds are being made hand
over fist, then who is using
them? If they are being spent
for excess labor, then this ia
Subsidizing the few by ex extracting
tracting extracting from the many.
Name Withheld



Technical Extension Program
Meets UF Senate Approval

A program of off campus techni technical
cal technical courses for scientists and en engineers
gineers engineers in Florida industries was
approved by the UF Faculty Sen Senate
ate Senate this week.

I CAMPUS CALENDAR t

CONTINUOUS EVENTS
Tutors: Free tutors are avail available
able available for students in Roorj 203
at the Florida Union, Monday
thru Thursday, from 2:40 to
4:40 p.m.
Gallery X. An art gallery in
Building X Is now open to the
public between the hours of 8
a.m. to noon and 1:30 p.m. to 5.
The gallery is currently show showing
ing showing the works of I-ee Chesney,
noted printraaker.
TODAY
Talk Back. Pressure on the
facidty is the theme of this
weeks Talk Back, the sixth In
a series of film-discussion pro programs
grams programs on Channel 5 WUFT-TV
at 9 p.m.
Movie. The Ancient World:
Greece, a color and sound docu documentary,
mentary, documentary, will be shown In the
Medical Sciences Auditorium at
8 p.m.

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The Senate, academic govem govem
- govem ing body of the University ap aps
s aps proved the three-way plan of ev evening
ening evening instruction in response to
requests by Florida industries.

B
Concert. Russell Danburg of
the UF Dept, of Music will pre present
sent present a piano concert featuring
the works of Brahms, Beetho Beethoven,
ven, Beethoven, Chopin and others at 8:13
p.m. in the University Audi Auditorium.
torium. Auditorium.
WEDNESDAY
Dancer. Daniel Xagrin, dan dancer
cer dancer and choreographer of such
Broadway hits as Annie Get
Your Gun will teach a master
class in modern /lance at 3:43
p.m. in the Fla. Gym.
AAUP. The UF Chapter of
the American Association of Uni University
versity University Professors will meet in
Walker Auditorium at 8 p.m.
THURSDAY
Nagrin Again. A program of
dance portraits presented by
Daniel Nagrin will be held In
University Auditorium at 8:30
p.m.

f The courses, to be taught by in inldustrial
ldustrial inldustrial employes with advanced
(degrees, can be taken to improve
i(job ability or may be applied to towards
wards towards a professional engineering
degree or an MS in Engineering
: from UF.
Dean L. E. Grinter, head of the
graduate school said, the im importance
portance importance of such a program lies
in the facts that every 10 years
about 40 per cent of products be become
come become obsolete and new ones take
their place.
The production of new prod products
ucts products thus becomes a major ob objective
jective objective of industry. New products
are wholly dependent on research,
and research is in turn dependent
j largely on the advailability of
trained personnel, he said.
The Senate also approved a pro pro:
: pro: posal for a resident center for
graduate study in education.
Through cooperative efforts of the
UF, Florida State and the Univer University
sity University of South Florida teachers,
they will be able to complete 50
per cent of the work necessary for
; a masters degree by extension.
Faculty Tension
Is SRA Subject
(Continued From Page ONE)
I
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(gram at Fletcher lounge. Weaver
(Hall. Grove, Rawlings, fraternity
I and sorority houses and the Con Con|
| Con| tinental Coffee House.
Half-Way Point
i Tonights program marks the
! half-way point of a series of 12
| Talk Back programs sponsored
j by SRA
Six more programs will be tele telei
i telei cast by May 10.
i The purpose of the series is to
j bring into the open, issues of
(morals and ethics which persons
and groups' at the University face.
Poll Officials Needed
Election official applications will
be received until 4 p.m. Thurs Thursday
day Thursday in the student government of of'
' of' fice. Room 310 in the Florida Un Un|
| Un| ion.
The application forms may be
! picked up from 9 a.m. to noon and
J from 2 to 4 p.m. today, Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday and Thursday. Applicants are
1 asked to state party preference.
The student body election law
i provides that no election officials
; shall be a candidate for office or
! delegate to or representative of
i any political party.

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SHE MISSED A coed mercifully left unidentified
is shown at a Gator Gras carnival event. The photo photographer
grapher photographer at the scene reported she took a mighty
swing . before missing the test your muscle target
entirely.

Songbird Jaye P. /Morgan
To Solo at Frolies Friday

Blonde songstress Jaye P.
Morgan will solo before Les El Elgarts
garts Elgarts orchestra Friday night at
Spring Frolics.
Miss Morgan entered show
business 3s a band singer and
has since gained renown for
her hit recordings, including
The Longest Walk and Dan Danger,
ger, Danger, Heartbreak Ahead.
She has been a night club
singer, a regular guest on the
Robert Q. Lewis TV show and
a pinch hitter for vacationing
TV stars.
Tickets for the 9 p.m. to 1
a.m. Florida Gymnasium event
are $3.50 per couple and avail available
able available art Ihe Information booth
across from the Huh.
PARKS
(Continued From Page ONE)
sured its success with a bloc of
twenty fraternities and soror sororities.
ities. sororities.
In direct contradiction, the
United Party then urges all in independents
dependents independents who are tired of the
fraternity you-can-go-to-hell
attitude to join with them. This.
I believe, is a perfect example
of pseudo-unity.
What this campus needs is
less smoked-filled rooms and
more student-filtered issues.
STUDENTS!
SOLES
PUT ON
15 MINUTES
HEELS
5 Minutes
PUT ON
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REGISTER NOW
The registration Books are open
through April 2,1960
1. You must be a citizen of the United States
2. You must be at least 21 years old
3. You must have lived in the State of Florida at
least one year
4. You must have lived in Alachua six months
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARYMAY 3, 1960
PLACE: COUNTY COURT HOUSE,
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JAYE F. MORGAN ...
. . To Sing Friday
NEWTON
(Continued From Page ONE)
does not have enough student
representation in scholastic pha phases
ses phases of University life.
This is the real reason why
we have come to college. Still,
student government has seen fit
in the last four years NOT to
express the students opinions
about C-courses, loss of faculty
because of inadequate salaries
and overall campus conditions,
and curriculum requirements,
to name a few.
Politicians in the past, have
promised seven-foot beds, ump umpteen
teen umpteen committees, subcommittees
and under-secretaries, but NOT
issues about academics on the
campus.
PARK
(Continue*, From Page ONE)
tation in language classes, must
be aired.
The lack of a faculty club, the
crowded library, the inadequate
Florida Union facilities, the ter terrible
rible terrible need for a new architec architecture
ture architecture building, and many others
are problems of student govern government
ment government as well as the administra administration.
tion. administration.
The Ripley Administration has
shown that student government
can be effective in getting UF
problems out to the state. It has
also shown how we can be ef effective
fective effective on campus. United will
expand these programs'.
United is pledged to serve,
and has the will and the ability
to serve!

State Problems
Tossed About
By Olficials
State problems were tossed about |
by Florida college representatives:
and state officials in Tallahassee!
last week.
I The problems discussed in the!
program included the recent sit- 1
down demonstrations by Florida j
A & M University Negro students ;
The discussion was timely, ac according
cording according to Guy Stravthom. the
UF representative, since it began
March 20, the day Gov. Leoy
Collin delivered his televised
speech on the Negro sit-downs.
The Florida Citizenship Clear
ing House (FCCH), headquarter/
for the 14 college representatives,
assigned the student delegates to
observe meetings of the state cab- j
inet. Supreme Court and attorney
generals office.
The purpose of these observa observations
tions observations was to stimulate intelligent
interest in state politics and en- ;
courage political party participa
tion.
John Degrove, UF political sci science
ence science professor is on the FCCH
board of directors, which includes
Governor Collins and gubernator gubernatorial
ial gubernatorial hopefuls Ferris Bryant, Doyle:
Carlton and Ted David.
F
Pan Americans Top
Gator Gras Talent Show
Talent was discovered on cam campus
pus campus Saturday night at the Gator:
Gras Talent Show.
The Pan Americans, a vocal;
group accompanied by two guitar-i
iste won two tickets to Nassau for
the spring break as first prize.
Formed for Pan American
Week the group was unexpectingly
entered in the show about a week
before curtain date.

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UF's Feminine Finest
To Vie for Top Crown
UF femininity will pass in re- of the hopefuls in a public show
view April 8 and 9 when the 1980 the University Auditorium. The
Miss University of Florida will show i S ,f^ duled / r 7:30 *' m
At 7:30 the next morning the
be chosen. j contestants will move to Silver
Sue Roberts. 4 ED., will step Springs to be judged on person persondown
down persondown from her' 1959 throne to alitv in both bathing suits and
give way to Florida's best for formal wear,
this year. Alter lunch the girls will return
Applicants for the contest must jto Gainesville in time for the
register with the Student Govern-' Sigma Chi Derby that afternoon,
ment office in the Florida Union: T.iree finalist's will be chosen,
by Friday in order to qualify, ac- King said. The winner who is to
cording to Publicity Chairman go cn to the Miss Dixie and Miss
Frank King. Florida contests, will be announ-
The contest will begin April Bjced at the student government
when judges review the talents banquet. __
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Duke Next for Surprising Thinduds

By KENN FINK EL
Floridas surprising track team
plays host to Duke Wednesday in
the first dual meet of the season.
And Coach Percy Beard is hap happy.
py. happy. Why not? His Gator thinclads
came the Closest of anyone in
making things tough for North Northeast
east Northeast Louisiana State in Saturday's
17th annual Florida Relays.
But the fabulous Tigers ran
away with the big show. Led by
their twin terrors, Dave and Don
Styron, little Northeast piled up
an unofficial points to sec second-place
ond-place second-place Florida's 34 ; 2-
Styrons Go Wild
Dave Styron won the 100-yard
dash in record-tying 9.5 time and
was the leadoff man on North-;
east's record-breaking 440 and
mile relay teams. Brother Dorn
won the 120-yard high hurdles andj :
anchored the same two relay j.
teams. !.

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. . Third in Discus
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But the Gators provided plenty
of thrills too. Fabulous Henry
Wadsworth became the first Flor Florida
ida Florida native to pole vault 15 feet.
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Made It On Third
Winning the event at 147,
Wadsworth had the bar moved up
to 15 1-4. The husky sophomore
missed on his first two attempts
but made it on the third.
Wadsworth also won the high
jump. The pair of wins swung
crowd sentiment to him for the
Kearney-Rayburn trophy, symbol symbolic
ic symbolic of the outstanding individual
performance in the meet.
But 25 minutes later the Styrons
led Northeast to a 3:12.8 record
clocking in the mile relay, and
the selection committee awarded
the trophy to the pair an un unprecedented
precedented unprecedented action.
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one-tenth of a second off the meet
record. Bill Lowenstein's 440 leg
and Ted Mealor and Tommy Mich-

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els 220 legs left Florida nearly
even with the Northeast team, but
Ron Allen took the baton and ran
away from the field, streaking
the 88<%ard anchor leg in 1:49.8.
Other Florida Points
Other Florida points came on a
third in the mile relay, Walt
Buettnertf third m the discus and
fifths in the high hurdles (by
Michels) and the broad jump (by
Art Foster). Wendell Willis and
Bob Bache were involved in an
eight-way tie for fifth in the high
jump.
A total of 13 records were brok broken,
en, broken, including seven in the uni university
versity university class, five in the high
school class and one in the fresh freshman
man freshman and junior college class. Two
more records were tied.
Alleys javelin heave of 2437*4
broke the record he set last year.
Other records broken in the uni university
versity university class were the two-mile
relay by Kentucky, the distance
medley by Duke and the shot putt
by Ed Nutting of Georgia Tech.
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relay record in their division.

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Gator Golfers
To Pit Perfect
Mark at FSU
Seeking its 14th consecutive dual j
i victory, the unbeaten UF links j
| squad travels northwest to visit
j Florida State for a capital city
date this afternoon,
j The Saurian strokers, who con- 1
iquered the Seminoles easily ear- 1
jlier in the campaign, will be led
|bv a par-busting trio. Frank
Beard. Jim Parke, and sophomore
ace Phil Lee key are the three who
pace Conrad Rehling's powerful
outfit.
It was this sub-par stroking
threesome who helped the Gators
to a win over Louisiana
State last Friday. Beard posted;
a sizzling six-below-par 66 andj
Parks recorded a 67.
The tennis squad, fresh from
five consecutive wins over a busy
week's work, takes a few days off
from racket-eering opponents.
Coach Bill Potters crew smash-;
ed LSU 9-0 last Friday as soph;
sensations Jim Shaffer and Art
Surloff paced them to the easy j
win. Shaffer, Surloff, and veteran!
Del Moser have won nine straight!
matches this year to claim the
fine 8-1 mark recorded by the Or-j
ange and Blue netters.
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Sports Calendar
TODAY
Baseball, here, vs. Florida ;
Southern.
Golf, at Tallahassee, vs. Flor- j
Ida State.
WEDNESDAY
Track, here, vs. Duke.
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Baseballers to Host Mocs, -r
Bounce Georgia Nine Twice

By JARED LEBOW
Gator Sports Writer
~The UF baseballers. in undis undisputed
puted undisputed possession of first place in
the Eastern division of the South Southeastern
eastern Southeastern Conference, take a break
from their conference schedule
this afternoon and host the Flor Florida
ida Florida Southern Moccasins at Perry
Field.
Game time is 3 p.m.
Coach Dave Fuller s nine kept
their unblemished SEC record
free by downing the Georgia Bull Bulldogs
dogs Bulldogs twice. 7-4 Friday, and 13-6
ih Saturdays contest.
Aust Earns
Sophomore Dennis Aust hurled
five innings plus of tight relief
pitching to earn the Friday win.
j A timely double by battery batterymate
mate batterymate Paul Booher and the long longball
ball longball hitting of R>n Overcash
proved too much for the red redclay
clay redclay country' visitors.

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j Overcash and Don Fleming each
I contributed two hits to the Gator
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If this ink blot reminds you that it's time to send
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[cause, with Overcajsh, the firs*
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sacker. adding three rbis.
Strictly G&tor Balt
Saturday's game was strictly Ga Gator
tor Gator bait as they' clubbed five Bull Bulldog
dog Bulldog hurlers for eighteen hits.
Catcher Booher led the Orange
and Blue onslaught with three hits
in four trips, including a pair of
doubles.
Dale Landrcwi, Fleming and
Overcash each contributed two
hits to the Gator cause.
Righthander Don McCreary
picked up his second win of the
season, going eight innings and
allowing oniy two earned runs.
This afternoon s contest will be
the last home battle for the Gators
until April s, when the Fullermen
1 host Auburn in an important SEC
ij weekend series.

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