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Volume 52, No. 39

Department Head Quits
In Programming Dispute

By KIRK CALLAHAN
and HARVEY GOLDSTEIN
Gator Staff Writer
Resignation o£ the UF accoun accounting
ting accounting department head in protest
to the methods of implementing
a proposed curriculum change
was announced this week.
Dr. James Lanham. accounting
head for 13 years, said Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday he resigned because the Col College
lege College of Business Administiartion
has approved a more liberal cur curriculum
riculum curriculum without a proper adjust adjustment
ment adjustment period.
said, I approve of
the objectives of the curriculum,
hut I feel more time is needed
for the accounting department
to adjust to the proposed pro program.'
gram.' program.'
Lanham'g resignation of March
21, was announced Tuesday by
Donald Hart, dean of the College
of Business Adrmnstration. Lan Lanham
ham Lanham will stay at his post until
July 1.
Hart Praises Lanham
Hart regretted Dr. Lanham s
decision because of the Highly
i***********************
ORANGE PEEL TOPS,
SAYS LAUGH GROUP
Th Florida Orange Peel has
been chosen as the outstanding
college humor magazine in the
country by the National Laugh
Foundation.
The choice was announced by
George Q. Lewis, executive di director
rector director of the foundation, in con conjunction
junction conjunction with the observance of
the 15th annual National Laugh
Week, April 1-8.
It's Addis Again
Re-elected editor of the Orange |
Peel recently was Hollywood
sophomore Don Addis, who will
he joined next fall by Bruce
Thrasher. SJM from Coral
Gables and Business Mana Manager
ger Manager Lou Pearlman, 3BA from
West Palm Beach.
** *********************

The Candidates Speak


PARKS

Parks Calls
Bloc System
'Dangerous'
By 808 PARKS
Independent
presidential Candidate
Since ail the other candidates
are making political predictions
I feel I should make mine. Be Before
fore Before election day, the Free
Thought Movement's candidate
will have been coerced out of
the campaign by the United Par Party.
ty. Party. This will be the result of
one partyism.
Lets talk about this unique
feature of UF student govern government
ment government one-partyism. It is
spawned bv blocism and nurtur nurtured
ed nurtured by apathy.
No Issues Or Candidates
It preys on representative gov government
ernment government and completely de devoids
voids devoids the political arena of not
only issues (which are almost
forgotten on this campus) but
candidates.
Witness the candidates for the
office of Chancellor and Clerk of
the Honor Court, and Secretary-
Treasurer of the Student Body,
all unopposed.
Does it seem logical that out
of a student body of over 11.000
there is only one qualified man
for each of these vital offices'*
I rather doubt it.
Dangerous System"
When one has a bloc of over
1700 pledged votes there is not
much need for issues or actionr
Sit back smug and confident,
and let the apathy set in. Only
if the students suddently awaken
to the dangers of this system
is there a chance to beat the
bloc."
I hope the students will awak awaken
en awaken to the facts of this cam campaign
paign campaign and they will. For I
believe the political ping-pong
on this campus has sickened
them to the point of taking ac action
tion action against the monster bloc
and Am offspring ojia-partyiam.

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effective job he has done in the |
13 years he has been here.
The proposed curriculum in in.
. in. | eluded an eight-hour math course
. replacing C-42. English proficiency
-1 requirements, and more study of
: l economic statistics and the beha-
I vioral sciences on an upper divi divi,
, divi, I sion level.
Hart said the new program
probably would be instituted
i in September, 1961, if approved
by the University Curriculum
Committee, the Faculty Senate
and the Board of Control.
m
DR. JAMES LANHAM ..
. . Resigns Post
Pan-Am Week Queen
Entries Due Today
Entries for the Pan American!
Queen contest must be in by 5 p. |
m. today.
The queen will reign at the an-1
nual UF Pan American Week,
April 11-15. She will be selected at
7:30 p.m., April 7, in the Florida
Union Auditorium and will be
presented at the International Ta Talent
lent Talent Show the following night.
This years queen will be award awarded
ed awarded a free trip to Bogota, Colom Colombia,
bia, Colombia, accommodations sponsored by
the Hotel Tequendama, and will
travel by Avianca.

NEWTON

Newton Cites
'Hidden Bloc'
Behind Parks
By MILLER NEWTON
Fre Thought
Presidential Candidate
One of the essential purposes
of the formation of our third par party
ty party movement was to show how
just a few people without any
bloc support could hav e an im impact
pact impact on the campus.
We formulated this idea and
presented it in the Alligator long
before the mass bloc shifting oc occurred
curred occurred and long before the Al Allied
lied Allied Party found themselves
without a candidate.
Late Comer Mimic
Then suddenly a gentleman
appeared 15 minutes before the
qualifying deadline and claimed
he was standing for similar
ideas to ours.
We had planned in our cam campaign
paign campaign not to critically discuss
the other candidates or parties.
But events have forced us to do
this since we feel the student
body is being fooled.
Bob Parks (plural* claims he
is running on an independent
slate. Actually, he is not an in independent
dependent independent nor is the majority
of his slate independent.
Has Bloc Support
To be specific, only one mem member
ber member of his slate is independent.
The largest bloc, over 1.200 votes
may not be officially organized,
but they exist and are solidly
behind Parks.
Apparently we, who do not
claim to be independents but are
appealing with our ideas to the
whole campus and do not have
fraternity bloc support, are gain gaining
ing gaining great support on the campus
Our appeal is straightforward
with no trickery. We simply de desire
sire desire to have the campus look at
the issues we presented in the
last editions of the Alligator and
to show their support at the

i Lanham said the new program
should be undertaken over two or
three years. He felt this time was
necessary for the Accounting de department
partment department to adjust.
Additional Credits
"Accounting graduates under
the proposed curriculum will
have to take six hours of accoun accounting
ting accounting beyond minimum degree re requirements
quirements requirements to qualify for the
i state Certified Public Accountant's
exam. said Lanham.
The Florida Board of Accoun Accountancy
tancy Accountancy requires CPA exam appli applicants
cants applicants to meet specific academic
requirements. The present curri curriculum
culum curriculum allows for accounting ma majors
jors majors to qualify to the CPA exam
upon graduation.
Lanham emphasized that no an animosity
imosity animosity exists between him and
Hart, who endorses the program.
There is just a conflict in ideas
on how changes should be intro introduced,
duced, introduced, said Lanham.
A change in curriculum has
been considered for several years
by the business faculty.
Too Much Specialization
We have felt that students
have been allowed to specialize
too much. Too much emphasis in
on how to do things rather than
why. said Hart.
The College plans to continue
to work closely with the Florida
Institute of Certified Accountants
and other professional accounting
organizations.
The College will continue to
strengthen the professional com competency
petency competency of its accounting stu stu!
! stu! dents, Hart added.
India Official to Speak
Dr. H. R. Haider, first secre secretary
tary secretary of the India Embassy, will
; speak Monday at a Hub luncheon.
The noon luncheon, sponsored
by the International Student Or Organization
ganization Organization as part of Internation International
al International Week, will be in the Blue Room
of the Student Service Center.
Admission is $1.25.

PARK

Park Names
Major Issues
In Campaign
By 808 PARK
United Party
Presidential Candidate
Six campaign issues the oppo opposition
sition opposition must face, issues Allen
Poole and I are taking into the
dorms.
(1) United hasnt changed
its name, presidential candi candidate
date candidate or goal of SERVICE. Since
the campaign began we have havent
nt havent been playing games with
your student government.
(2) United has been the
victim, not the source of frater fraternity
nity fraternity power politics. See The
Florida Alligator, March 22.
Has Full Slate
(3* United is organized to
accept responsibility for a com complete
plete complete student government pro program.
gram. program. A $300,000 per year busi business
ness business cannot be run on a piece piecemeal,
meal, piecemeal, here -a candidate,
there -a candidate basis.
(4) Uniteds platform is spe specific
cific specific and practical. United will
work to let freshmen and sopho sophomores
mores sophomores drive properly registered
cars: to provide interhail socials
and more on campus entertain entertainment,
ment, entertainment, including more nationally
famous entertainers and artists;
to support foreign student acti activities:
vities: activities: to improve married vill village
age village facilities; and to provide
numerous other services and re reforms.
forms. reforms.
Independent Party
(5 1 United is the indepen independent
dent independent party, and is running 38 in independents.
dependents. independents. Theres only one in independent
dependent independent running among the
so called independent" can candidates.
didates. candidates.
(6) United is composed of
the Ripley Administration stu students,
dents, students, whose work has achiev achieved
ed achieved national recognition. See N.
Y. Herald Tribune, Mar. ,
1960.
Sm PARK. Ht t

University of Florida, Gainesville, FloridaFriday, April 1, 1960

FOR WHAT? The
Miss University of Flor Florida
ida Florida contest, says Delta
Gamma sorority contes contestant,
tant, contestant, Ruthann Lind from
New York City. The
blonde freshman is cal calling
ling calling to all campus beau beauties
ties beauties to register today to
compete in next Fridays
talent show and Satur Saturdays
days Saturdays bathing suit, formal
wear and personality
judging in Silver Springs.
(Photo by Sam John Johnston.)
ston.) Johnston.)

Heart Disease
Ruled in Death
A 31-year-old graduate student
was found dead in her apartment
Wednesday by her neighbor.
Lut N. Leibowitz, 6 ED. of 824
NW Uth Ave., died of a heart
disease, an autopsy showed. Death
could have happened as early as
Sunday or Monday, it was report reported.
ed. reported.
A native of Galesburg, 111., she
came to Florida almost two years
ago. She has been working on her
doctorate and was holding a stu student
dent student assistantship here.
Mis* Leibowitz was recently a
patient at the J. Hillis Miller
Health Center beeause of her
heart disease.
She was found in bed at 11:30
a.m. Tuesday. She has last been
seen on campus Sunday.

Seminole Staff Open
Staff applications for the edi editorial
torial editorial side) at the Seminole will
be aval table in room 9, Florida
Union, Monday. Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Fri Friday
day Friday from 2:80 to 4:30 p.m.
Interview appointments can
be made the same time appli applications
cations applications ate picked up.

Proposed Constitutional Revisions
Are Favored by Key SG Leaders

By JIM MOORHEAD
Gator Staff Writer
Unanimous favor of proposed
student body constitutional revi revision
sion revision was revealed in a Sunday poll
by the Alligator of six key ad administrative
ministrative administrative and student govern government
ment government leaders.
The poposed amendments will j
be voted on by students in next
Thursdays election.
Free Thought Movement presi-j
dential candidate Miller Newton I
said, We urge all students to vote
in favor of the amendments.
Thsse amendments are real is issues
sues issues and should concern all stu- {
dents as they are a definite step 1
toward better government.
Uniteds Park
From United Party candidate
Bob Park came the contention
that students who want better rep representation
resentation representation in student government
will get it if the new constitution
passes.
Putting living-area represen representatives
tatives representatives in the Executive Council
is the biggest step forward in mo mo!
! mo! dernizing student government
since before World War II." he
said.
Independent Parks
Bob Parks, Independent candi candidate,

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CONTINUOUS EVENTS
Exhibit. Photo Exhibit of
kappa Alpha Mu is now show showing
ing showing through April 10 in the
North Wing Gallery of the
Florida Union.
Applications. Applications (or
teaching and research positions
in Australia. New Zealand,
South Asia and Latin America
for 1961-62 are bow available In
Room 124, Administration Build Building.
ing. Building. Deadline is April 25.
Movie. Bengal Brigade is
the feature at Home Recreation
Room tonight at 7 and 9:15 and
Saturday at 8.
Movie. "How To Marry a Mil Milfcaoafcre
fcaoafcre Milfcaoafcre will ha on tonight at 7

Reitz Says Ke'luack
Political Participation

Endorses Principle
Os Faculty Activity,
A AUP Says at Meet
By HARRY S. RAPE
Gator Editorial Assistant
Support from UF President Dr. J. Wayne Reitz for
faculty political participation demands was revealed
Wednesday night at a meeting of the American Asssocia Asssociation
tion Asssociation of University Professors.

In other action, a unanimous re resolution
solution resolution labeled present policies of
the Board of Control regarding po political
litical political candidacy and activity of
faculty members unsound and
a violation of the rights of the
faculty as citizens.
AAUP President Frederick
Hartmann announced Or. Reitz
i had endorsed the principal of
! staff participating in
politics provided it would not in interfere
terfere interfere with their duties.
Dr. Reitz also favors leaves of
absence in cases where campaign campaigning
ing campaigning might interfere with faculty
responsibilities, Hartmann added.
Other Universities Allow
A report delivered by Charles
D. Farris, chairman of a sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee studying the problem,
revealed 18 of 21 universities com comparable
parable comparable to the UF allow to have
allowed candidacies for at least
some political office.
The present Board policy con contributes
tributes contributes to political demoraliza demoralization
tion demoralization and apathy among faculty
members and deprives the lo local
cal local community of access to a
reservoir of talent and expertise
upon which it would be desir desirable
able desirable to draw.
It also contributes to 'retual 'retualiatic,
iatic, 'retualiatic, one sided, meaningless
elections not as an occasional,
but as a regular event, said Far Farris.
ris. Farris.
Hartmann said the Board's ap apparent
parent apparent Willingness to reconsider
the political prohibition rule is a
, Bee REITZ, Page S

date, candidate, said, Students who ne neglect
glect neglect to earefully study the revi revisions
sions revisions are doing a great injustice
to student government. They, by
neglecting to take action are de depriving
priving depriving the governmental machin machinery
ery machinery of a modernizing long over overdue.
due. overdue.
He said the three most signifi significant
cant significant revisions involved acquisi acquisition
tion acquisition of a more streamlined stu student
dent student government, strengthening of
the Executive Council, and pro provisions
visions provisions for smoother functioning
between the executive and legisla- 1
tive branches.
Student Body President
Student Body President Joe Ri Ripley
pley Ripley said, The revisions are de designed
signed designed to provide a better chain
of direct contact between students
and student government.
Ripley contended that represen representation
tation representation from living areas would j
arouse interest, that "a vote for
the constitutional revisions is a
vote for more representative stu student
dent student government.
Dean Hale
Dean of Men Lester Hale, chair chairman
man chairman of the Student-faculty Evalu Evaluation
ation Evaluation Committee, considered the
proposed change from an execu executive
tive executive to a legislative council the
most significant of the revisions.

and 9 p.m. and Saturday at 7
Ip the Florida Union.
FRIDAY
Physics Colloquuim: Professor
Olov Low din will speak in Bless
Auditorium oh Quantum Me Mechanical
chanical Mechanical Calculations at 4 p.m.
Seminary. An agriculture eco economics
nomics economics seminar will feature Dr.
Kenneth E. Ogren speaking on
The Organization of the Mar Marketing
keting Marketing Research Program of the
United States Department of
Agriculture, at 3:46 p.m. in
Room 130 McCarty Hall.
MONDAY
Lecture. Professor Kepip Ma
lon, founder of the journal.
American Speech, will lecture
on old English poetry at 8 p.m.
h McCarty Bail Auditorium.


Politics Bar Is
Unique Policy,
Report States

Unique thats the AAUPs
description of the Board ot Con Control
trol Control no-politics rule.
Compared with policies of 21
comparable universities, the rule
stands alone in prohibiting all fa faculty
culty faculty political candidacy, con concluded
cluded concluded a report delivered by
Charles D. Farris.
Present policy appear* to be
based upon the Boards statutory
mle* making power, the Little
Hatch Act and a Florida attor attorney-general
ney-general attorney-general opinion, the group re reported.
ported. reported.
Policy Interpreted
As it is now interpreted a fa facalty
calty facalty member should be permitted
to become a candidate for public
office and to campaign for it.
He should be allowed to vote
and express himself concerning
his political ideas in relation to
any matter or candidate, short of
soliciting votes and to make vol-
Sec POLITICS, Page 8

By adding representatives
from the various living areas, he
said, student government will be
brought closer to the students and
will give students better represen representation.
tation. representation.
Chairman Ralph Carey
Ralph Carey, chairman of the
Constitutional Revision Commit Committee
tee Committee said. The most important sin single
gle single reason why the new constitu constitution
tion constitution must be approved is to make
student government a representa representative
tive representative body for all areas of cam campus.
pus. campus.
He said every living area would
have from one to three represen representatives
tatives representatives in the new' legislative
council, thereby creating a truly
deliberative body in which the
problems in all areas of campus
would be aired.

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NEW ALLIGATOR CHIEFSNamed Tuesday af aftemoon
temoon aftemoon by the Board of Student Publications to head
* x k Alligator are (L to r.) Managing Editor
D ,c k Hebert, 3JM from Miami; Business Manager Ron
Jos, 2UC from Indian Rocks Beach, and Editor-in-
Chief Jim Moorhead, 4JM from Ocala. They will as as*****
***** as***** offica in lop tomboy.

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FRANTIC FROLICKERJudy Coleman, 2UC from
Cincinatti, has pushed her interior designing texts
aside to prepare for spring frolicking. Prim and pert,
she puts on finishing touches as her date probably
waits patiently for her. (Photo by Myron Persoff.)

Frolics 'Springs'
Morgan, Elgart
By ANDREA ARTHUR
Gator Staff Writer

Les Elgart. Jaye P. Morgan and the girl a fraternity man
would most like to date meet at 9 p.m. tonight in Florida Gym
for 1960 s Spring Frolics.

The Inter-fraternity Council
will transform Florida gym into
a Greek temple for Frolics, withj
classic columns and Greek letters!
lining the walls.
Miss Fraternity of 1960 and her
five-member court will be announ-'
ced during the floor show. Chosen
on the basis of personality and |
attractiveness, she will be the j
girl a fraternity man would most
like to date.
Brought to UF at a cost of $6,-|
000, the band and vocalist wiTTTe
heaTd by students for $3.50, ac according
cording according to Chairman Steve Re*
i naldi. The price of tickets, Re Renaldi
naldi Renaldi said, is fixed at fifty cents
| for each SI,OOO of entertainment.
Renaldi expects the dance to
j run about SBOO in the red. We
I usually make a profit from Fall
i Frolics, he said, explaining that j
1 loss of fraternity men in the j
I spring means less money for i
! Spring Frolics.
Fraternity members are char charged
ged charged fifty cents less than indepen independents,
dents, independents, according to Renaldi, be be-1
-1 be-1 cause of their work on the event
1 and because the tickets purchase
is compulsory. A fraternity mem memj
j memj ber supports Frolics eight times
| while he is at the University,
I Renaldi said.

New Recipe
For SG
PAGE 4

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> Tickets are geing sold today by
[ i Tri Delta members in the Stu Stull
ll Stull dent Information Booth across
| from the Hub, and will also be a a
a vailable at the door.
.
! 30 Newsmen
Will Appear
! In J-B Week
More than io professional* ar
to speak to Journalism and Broad Broadcasting
casting Broadcasting students in the second an annual
nual annual Journalism Broadcasting
Week, April 25 to 28.
Top men and women in the
fields of newspapering, advertis*
| ing, broadcasting and public re rej
j rej lations will lead discussions and
' speak during the week.
Broadcasting Day, Monday Ap April
ril April 25, has scheduled Matthew
fJoe) Culligan, director and gen general
eral general corporate executive of. Me-
Cann-Erickson Advertising Agen Agency.
cy. Agency.
Culligan, past vice president
of National Broadcasting network,
innovated the NBC Hot Line Con Control
trol Control Box which can bring to the
air on-the- scene Teports from cor correspondents
respondents correspondents anywhere in a few
seconds.
James Buchanan, Miami Her Her|
| Her| aid reporter who spent 14 days in
Cuban jails last December, will
j speak at the Newspaper Day lun-
Icheon.
I, Buchanan was jailed by Premier
; Fidel Castro for allegedly aiding
! an escaped political prisoner.
Other personalities will include
i Kent Cooper, former Associated
1 Press general manager, John F.
White, president of the National
Educational Television Associa-
Ition, and Joy Reese Shaw of The
Miami Herald.
All session* except the lun luncheons
cheons luncheons will be free and public.

SX's Schedule
Derby Weekend
The annual Sigma chi Derby
will take to the Norman Hall held
Saturday, April 9, according to
chairman Bill Winkel.
The slapstick track and field
contests between members of UF
sororities will highlight a week weekend
end weekend of skits, a parade and the
Derby Queen crowning.
The queen contestants, one from
each sorority, were judged last
Sunday at Silver Springs, but the
winner will not be known until her
trophy presentation Saturday night
after toe Derby.



THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR, Friday, April 1, 1960

Page 2

Here Is Text of Proposed New Constitution

APTTfT IT T
SUFFRAGE AND ELECTIONS
Section 101. Qualifications for Voting.
Same.
Section 108. Method of Voting.
Same.
Section 108. Responsibility for Elec Elections.
tions. Elections.
The Secretary of Elections, etc.
Section 104. Time of Elections.
Fall Elections shall be held on the third
Thursday affer first-semester classes
commence.
In. ease of conflict of the above with
ehool holidays, the 'Legislative Council
slytp designate, by a two-thirds vote of
the members present, another date.
Spring Elections shall be held on the
fourth Thursday after second-semester
Classes commence.
Section 105. Vacancies.
Delete.
ARTICLE 11.
THE LEGISLATURE
Section 201. Legislative Power.
All legislative powers of the Student
Body shall be vested in a Legislative
Council, provided that the Legislative
Council may delegate legislative powers
to those subsidiary organizations as may
need said power in order to function for
the general well-being of the Student
Body, and further provided that no law
of any type passed by the Legislative
Council shall be construed to limit or
modify any of tre powers granted by
this Constitution.
Section 802. Composition of the Leg Legislative
islative Legislative Council.
The Legislative Council of the regular
session shall be composed of the follow following:
ing: following:
A. Forty members to be elected in the
spring election. One member shall be
meats apportioned by the Secretary of
elected from each college and school
of the University with the remaining
Elections on the basis of enrollment
among the colleges and schools, provid provided
ed provided that within the meaning of this sec section
tion section the freshman and sophomore clas classes
ses classes shall be considered colleges, and
B. Thirty members to be elected in
the fall election, provided that two-thirds
of said members shall be apportioned by
the Secretary of Elections on the basis
of population, among the several on oncampus
campus oncampus living areas exclusive of fra fraternity
ternity fraternity and sorority bouses, and further
provided that each living area shall

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hava at least one representative. On*
third of said members shall be designa designated
ted designated off-campus representatives, and pro provided
vided provided that the off-campus living area
shall include all students living off offcampus
campus offcampus and all students living in fra fraternity,
ternity, fraternity, sorority, and Independent living
organlzaions, and further provided that
a member must continue to reside in
the area from which he was elected or
forfeit his seat in the Legislative Coun Council.
cil. Council. the vacancy to be filled as set forth
elsewhere in this Constitution. An on oncampus
campus oncampus living area shall be defined as
that area governed by a living area
council.
Section 203. Time of Elections.
Members of the Legislative Council
who are elected from tre colleges and
schools shall be elected in the spring
election.
Members of the Legislative Council
who are elected from the living areas
shall be elected in the fall elections.
Section 204. Election of Members.
Members of the Legislative Council,
elected in the spring, shall be elected by
a plurality of their respective constitu constituencies.
encies. constituencies.
Members of the Legislative Council,
elected in the fall, shall be elected by a
plurality of their respective constituen constituencies,
cies, constituencies, provided that in the Fall Election
a student can vote only in the area in
which he Is a resident and further pro provided
vided provided that he may vote for only one of
the representatives nominated from his
area.
Section 205. Time of Taking Office.
(Used to be section 208)
Tre members of the Legislative Coun Council
cil Council shall take office the day following
the canvasaing of election results by
the Legislative Council, aa provided elie eliewhere
where eliewhere in this article.
Section 206. Qualifications for Office.
(Used to be section 209)
Any student eligible to vote shall be
eligible to hold office as a councilman,
provided that any auch student who has
been a member of the atudent body at
least one semester shall have maintained
a C or better average for hi total
period as a member of the Student Body.
No councilman, elected In the fall elec election
tion election from a living area, shall be elected
to represent an area in which he is not
a resident at the time of election.
No councilman, elected in the spring
election, shall be elected to represent a

i- college or school in which he is not a
student at the time of election.
No councilman shall, during his term
of office, hold any other office of the Stu
dent Body, or of any subsidiary organi organization,
zation, organization, whose officers are elected in a
general election.
Section 207. Meetings. (Used to be sec section
tion section 205)
The Legislative Council shall meet on
alternate weeks on a day to be designat designated
ed designated by the Council at their first meeting
after taking office. The day of the meet meeting
ing meeting shall remain the same for the entire
term of office, provided that this shall
not apply to a day when school is not
in session because of a holiday or to
I final examination days.
Section 208. Power* of the Legislative
I Council.
j The Legislative Council shall determine
its rules and procedures, punish its
members for disorderly conduct, and, with
concurrence of two-thirds of the mem membership,
bership, membership, expel a member.
The Legislative Council shall canvass
all student body elections in the first
week following such elections on the day
of the week the Legislative Council us usually
ually usually meets, and shall be the sole judge
of the election returns and qualifications
of all members of Student Government
and subsidiary organizations elected in
such general elections and determine
the validity of any amendments appear appearing
ing appearing on the ballot.
The Legislative Council shall refuse
to seat any such office-holder as specified
in this section who has not complied
with the election laws as enacted by the
Legislative Council, which shall be the
laws of the Student Body.
The Legislative Council shall act by
laws and resolutions provided that reso
lutions shall be defined as expressions
of opinion only and not having the
force of law.
The Legislative Council shall have the
power to enact laws of the Student Body,
provided no bill may become law unless
presented to the Legislative Council the
meeting prior to enactment, and psovided
further tnat a description, critique, or
analysis of said bill must appear in The
Florida Alligator before the bill's final
enactment.
The Legislative Council shall have sole
and complete power to control disburse disbursement
ment disbursement of the funds of the Student Body
Budget derived from the Student Activ Activity
ity Activity Fee.
The incoming Legislative Council, by
a majority vote, shall decide all tie
elections of the student body.
The Legislative Council shall approve
all Special Contracts of the student body.
Members of the Legislative Council
elected from living areas, shall, upon
consent of their respective area coun councils,
cils, councils, sit as non-voting members of the
aree council and act as liaison officer
between student government and their
living area council.
Section 209. Organization and Proce Procedure
dure Procedure and Vacancies (used to be section
206)
The Vice-President shall serve as the
presiding officer of the Legislative Coun Council.
cil. Council.
The Council shall elect, by a majority
vote of the members present, one of
its members to act as the Recording
Secretary of the Council, whose duty it
will be to take the minutes of the Leg Legislative
islative Legislative Council, keep the attendance rolls,
and see that the minutes of the meeting
are mimeographed by the Monday pre preceding
ceding preceding the next regular meeting of the
Legislative Council.
The Legislative Council shall have a
Legislative Rules Committee composed
of two members of the majority party
and one member from the minority
party who shall appoint the standing
committee# of the Council and who shall
fill, with majority approval of the Coun Council
cil Council members present, all vacancies of
the Legislative Council, provided that a
vacancy in a college or school shall be
filled with students, who, at the time
of the spring election, shall have been
a member of the appropriate college or
School, and further provided that a vac vacancy
ancy vacancy in a living area shall be filled with
a student selected from a list of three
students recommended by the area coun council
cil council of the living area in which a vacancy
exists.

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The Laws of the Student Body shall
be recorded and indexed in a journal
maintained for that purpose by the Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of Legislative Affairs.
Section 210. Transaction of Business
(used to be section 207)
A majority of the members of the
Legislative Council on the rolls shall
constitute a quorum to do business, but
a smaller number may be authorized
to compel the attendance of absent
members in such manner and under such
penalties as the Legislative Council may
provide.
A majority of the Legislative Council
members present shall be required to
pass all regular business, provided that
all business vetoed by the President of
the Student Body or the Treasurer of
the Student Body shall require approval
of two-thirds of the Le members present to pass.
At the reauest of one-fifth of the mem
bers present, the Secretary of the Coun Council
cil Council shall enter in the journal the yeas
and nays of the members on any ques question.
tion. question.
Section 211. Subsidiary Organizations.
The Legislative Council shall have
the power to charter such subsidiary
organizations as it may deem necessarv
for the proper functioning of the govern
ment or the general well-being of the
Student Body. Such organizations may
derive financial support from the Stu Student
dent Student Body through the Finance Law en enacted
acted enacted by the Legislative Council.
The legislative Council shall have sole
and complete power to grant, revoke,
amend, or ratify amendments to char charters
ters charters of those subsidiary organizations,
provided that the Board of Student Pub Publications
lications Publications and all organizations receiving
financial support of the Student Bodv
can be abolished only bv two-thirds ap approval
proval approval of the Legislative Counci and
approval of the President of the Student
Body, Treasurer of the Student Body,
and the President of the fTnlversitv.
The officers of the subsidiary organiza
tions provided for in this section =hai>
not be considered officers of the Student
Body, although thev may be chosen in
the ener?l student bod' 1 election.
The Legislative Council sha'l have no
power to pass any law or charter pro
vision restricting freedom of expression,
except of an obscene nature. In any stu studen'
den' studen' publication.
No charter provision existing before
adoption of the Constitution or created
hereafter shall be construed to limit or
modify any of the powers of the Legisla Legislative
tive Legislative Council in this section or
any other section of this Constitution.
ARTtct v, T |t
THE EXECUTIVE
Section 301. Executive Powers.
All the executive powers of the student
body shall be vested In a President of
the Student Body, assisted by a Vice-
President and a Treasurer of the Student
Body, provided that the Legislative Coun Council
cil Council may delegate executive powers to
those subsidiary organizations as may
need said power in order to function for
the general well-being of the Student
Body.
Section 302. Election of Executive Of Officers.
ficers. Officers.
The President and Vice-President and
Treasurer of the regular session student
body shall be chosen in the spring elec election
tion election by a plurality vote of the Student
Body in such a manner as shall be pre prescribed
scribed prescribed in the laws of the Student Body,
and they shall serve for one year, ex excluding
cluding excluding summer session which Is provided
for elsewhere in this Constitution, but
further provided the President and
Vice-President of the Student Body shall
be elected on a joint ticket.
Section 303. Time of Taking Office.
The regular session officers shall offi officially
cially officially take office on the day following
the canvassing of the election results by
the Legislative Council.
Section 304. Qualifications for Admin Administrative
istrative Administrative and executive officers.
Each administrative or executive of officer
ficer officer named in this article shall, at the
time of election or appointment, have
a scholastic average of at least *'C** for
his total period as a member of the
Student Body, which shall exceed one
semester, and shall not, during etc.
Section 305. Vacancies.
If the office of President of the Student
Body becomes vacant, such vacancy shall
be filled by a succession of the Vice-
President to that office.
If the office of Vice-President of the
Student Body becomes vacant, such va vacancy
cancy vacancy shall be a succession of the Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of Interior to that office.
In the event that a vacancy occurs in
both the Vice-Presidents office and Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of Interior, the President shall
appoint a Secretary of Interior who then
succeeds to the office of Vice-President.
In the event vacancies simultaneously
occur in both the offices of President,
Vice-President and Secretary of Interior,
the Legislative Council shall call a
special election to fill the vacancy of
President and Vice-President.
In the event a vacancy should occur
in both the offices of President and Vice-
Preaident, the Secretary of Interior first

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succeeds to Vice-Preeident and then to
President. The President then appoints a
Secretary of Interior who succeeds to
the office of Vice-President.
If the office of Treasurer of the Student
Body becomes vacant, such vacancy
shall be filled by a succession of the
Secretary of Finance to that office, or
in the event of his inability to serve, by
appointment of the President of the Stu Student
dent Student Body, with confirmation of two-thirds
of the membership of the Legislative
Council at a regular or special meeting.
If there is created, in any office, a
vacancy and this article provided only
that such vacancy shall be filled by suc succession
cession succession of another named officer, and
there is no such named officer, then In
that event the Legislative Council shall
immediately call a special election to
fill such vacancy.
Section 306. Powers and Duties of the
President.
The President shall be the chief exec executive
utive executive of the Student Body: sign all mea measures
sures measures passed by the Legislative Council,
provided that any such veto shall be
made before the next regularly scheduled
meeting of the Legislative Council, and
further provided that any vetoed mea measures
sures measures shall become law upon approval
of two-thirds of the members present at
a regular or special meeting of the
Council; call and preside over all meet meetings
ings meetings of the student body; take care that
ail provisions of this Constitution, and
the laws of the Student Body are faith faithfully
fully faithfully executed; appoint all committees
not provided elsewhere in this Constitu Constitution,
tion, Constitution, which he may deem necessary etc.
The President shall have the power to
call special meetings of the Legislative
Council; require the written Interpreta Interpretation
tion Interpretation by the Honor Court of any provision
of the Constitution or of any charter,
Law of the Student Body, or of Legisla Legislative
tive Legislative Council Act: require The Florida
Alligator or The Summer Gator to pub publish
lish publish such information as he may deem
necessary for the proper functioning of
the government or the general well-being
of the Student Body; examine the books
and records of the Treasurer at any
time: fill with concurrence of a major majority
ity majority of the Legislative Council members
present, any vacancy occurring in the
membership or offices of any subsidiary subsidiaryorganization
organization subsidiaryorganization not otherwise provided for
by charter or elsewhere in the Constitu Constitution.
tion. Constitution.
Section 307. Administrative Officers.
The President shall appoint, with con concurrence
currence concurrence of a majority of the Legisla Legislative
tive Legislative Council members on the rolls, the
following administrative officers who
shall be responsible to him for the
execution of their duties and subject to
removal from office by him:
(1) A Secretary of Academic Affairs,
whose duty it shall be to:
a. be responsible for all projects per pertaining
taining pertaining to student academic affairs.
b. be responsible for all activities re related
lated related to student-faculty relations.
(2) A Secretary of Elections, whose
duty it shall be to:
a. supervise all student body elections.
(3> A Secretary of Finance, whose duty
it shall be to:
a-d. Same
(4) A Secretary of Interior, whose duty
it shall be to:
a. be responsible for the proper super supervision
vision supervision and execution of the student ac accident
cident accident and health program: supervise
any and all Insurance of student govern government
ment government property; be directly responsible
for the proper execution and supervision
of Insurance purchases with student fees.
(5) A Secretary of Labor, whose duty
it shall be to:
a-b. Same.
f 6) A Secretary of Legislative Affair*,
whose duty it shall be to:
a. record and index all laws of the
student body.
b. present to the Legislative Council
all legislation proposed by the executive
branch of student government.
c. serve as chairman of all commit committees
tees committees concerning revision of the Student
Body Constitution. By-Laws, or Char Charters.
ters. Charters.
d. serve as chairman of all commit committees
tees committees concerning liaison between student
| government and the state or national
i legislatures.
(7) A Secretary of Mens Affairs, who
shall be selected from a list of three
qualified students which shall be sub submitted
mitted submitted to the Student Body President by
the Mens Council, and who shall per perform
form perform the following duties and functions:
a-e. Same.
<8) A Secretary of Organizations, whose
duty it shall be to:
a-f. Same.
g serve as a voting member. Union
Board of Student Activities, provided
that he may send a representative in
his absence.
h-i. Same.
(9) A Secretary of Public Relation#,
whose duty It shall be to:
a-d. Same.
(10) A Secretary of Religious Affair#,
who etc.
a-g. Same.
(11) A Secretary of Student Activities,
whose duty it shall be to:
a. serve as chairman of the Board of
Student Activities, w'hose function it
shall be to plan and coordinate activi activities
ties activities in the manner prescribed in the
Board of Student Activities Law of the
Student Body so as to furnish a com complete
plete complete well-rounded yearly program of
student activities, and provided further
that composition of the Board of Stu Student
dent Student Activities shall be:
1. the Secretary of Student Activities.
2 two faculty members appointed by
the President of the Student Body.
3. the Dean of Student Personnel or
his representative. .
4 two student members appointed by
the President of the Student Body.
5. The President of the Union Board
of Student Activities,
(12) A Secretary of Womens Affairs
who shall be selected from a list of three
qualified students which shall be sub submitted
mitted submitted to the Student Body President tty
the Womens Student Association, provid provided
ed provided that the President may reject all
three nominations and request that new
nominations be submitted by the Wom Womens
ens Womens Student Association, and who shall
perform the following duties and func functions:
tions: functions:
a-d. Same.
In addition to the regular cabinet out outlined
lined outlined above, the President of the Union
Board of Student Activities shall be a
non-voting member of the Cabinet and
act as the liaison officer between die
Union Board of Student Activities and
student government.
The officers named above shall have
the right to appear on the floor of the
Legislative Council and debate but not
vote and shall at all times answer ques questions
tions questions from the members of the Legisla Legislative
tive Legislative Council concerning etc.
Section 308. Assistant Administrative
Officers.
Same except change from Executive
Council to Legislative Council.
Section 309. Powers and Duties of the
Vice-President.
The Vice-President shall exercise the
duties and powers of the President in
the latters absence, become President,
should the office of President become
vacant, serve as the presiding officer
of the Legislative Council, and generally
assist the President in the conduct of
the government.
Section 310. Power# and Duties of the
Treasurer.
The Treasurer shall keep complete
and accurate accounts of all student
body funds on deposit with the Cashier of

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on said funds on ortjer of the Legislative
Council, provided the Treasurer may veto
a budget by the next regular meeting |
of the Legislative Council whereupon
said budget shall become law upon twO twOthirds
thirds twOthirds approval of the Legislative Council
members present, and generally assist
the President in the conduct of the gov gov!
! gov! ernment.
ARTICLE IV.
THE JUDICIAL Y
Section 401. Judicial Powers.
All iudirlal oower# of the Student Body,
both oenal and civil, shall be vested in
siie Honor Court and such other tri tri:
: tri: bunals as are established by the Legis Legislative
lative Legislative Council, provided, however, that
the Legislative Council shall not limit
the jurisdiction of the Honor Court as
provided in this Constitution.
THE HONOR COURT
Section 402. Members of the Hpnor
Court.
Same except delete summer session
Honor Court.
Section 403. Election and Terms of
Office.
paragraph 1 Same,
para. 2The members of the Honor
Court of the regular session shall take
office on the day following the canvas canvassing
sing canvassing of election results by the Legisla Legislative
tive Legislative Council followin'* their election, and
shall serve for one year, or each until
his respective successor shall qualify,
para. 3Delete,
para. 4Delete.
Section 404. Vacancy in the Office of
Chancellor or Clerk.
Add to this section: Vacancies among
the jurists shall be filled from the ap appropriate
propriate appropriate colleges by appointment of the
Chancellor.
Section 405. Duties of Memberi.
Same.
Section 406 Procedural Powers.
The justices may, upon recommenda recommendation
tion recommendation o? the Chancellor, bv, a majority j
vote, approve reprimands or loss of;
credit for behavior In contempt of the
Honor Court in its proceedings. Penal Penalties
ties Penalties levied under the authority of this!
section may be appealed to the Honor!
Court, Board of Masters.
The powers of the Honor Court shall ;
include the power to require witnesses
to appear, but no witness shall be re required
quired required to testify against himself.
Section 497. The Honor Code.
Same.
Section 408. The Honor System.
Same.
Section 409. Penal Jurisdiction of the
Honor Court.
Same.
Section 410. Penalties.
a. Same.
b. Same.
c. Same.
d. Delete *not less than in line 3
Section 411. Confidential Nature of
Information.
Same.
.Section 412. Penal Hearings
Same.
Section 413. Penal Decrees
Same.
Section 414. Civil Jurisdiction es the
Honor Court.
Same.
Section 415. Election Duties of the
Honor Court.
Same.
THE TRAFFIC COURT
Setion 416. Composition of the Court.
The Court shall consist of a Chief Jus Justice
tice Justice and Clerk, to be appointed by the
President of the Student Body, and a
number of justices to be nominated by
he President and approved by a ma majority
jority majority vote of the Legislative Council.
There shall be between three and seven
justices, the exact number to be de determined
termined determined under the laws of the Student
Body.
Section 417. Power* and Duties.
The Student Traffic Court is hereby
established to hear and dispose of ail j
traffic and parking violations falling
within its jurisdiction.
The Court *hall be responsible for the j
collection of all fines and the proper
trial of all falling within their jurisdic-1
tion. Such jurisdiction shall be estab established
lished established by the President of the Universi University.
ty. University. I
The Court shall hold such open hear- :
ings as are necessary to Insure proper
handling of all cases and to protect the
defendants right to a speedy trial.
Section 418. Term of Office.
All members of the Court shall serve I
for a term to run concurrently with
that of the Pesident of the Student
Body.
Section 419. Vacancies.
Shouid a vacancy occur, it will be
filled by the proper procedure outlined
m Section 416 above and such appoint appointment
ment appointment shall be for the remainder of the
unexpired term.
Section 420. Revenue.
All money taken in by the Court
shaU be deposited with the Treasurer of
the Student Body for use by Student
Government.
ARTICLE V. FINANCE
< was article VII)
Section 501. Disbursement of Student
Body Funds.
The Legislative Council shall have sole i
and complete power to control disburse,
ment of the funds of the Student Body |
In accordance with the Student Body
Budget, said funds being derived from
the Student Activity Fee, which is the
total sum of the separate fees listed in
the Student, Body Finance Law.
Section 502. Collection of the Student
Body Funds.
Same except change from Executive I
Council to Legislative Council.
Section 503. Fiscal Control of the Stu Student
dent Student Body Funds.
Same except change from Executive
Council to Legislative Council.
Section 504. Budgeting of Student Body
Funds.
The budgeting of the Student Body
Budget shall be incorporated into a Fi Finance
nance Finance Law, provided that the Student
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Legislative Council members present at
a Council meeting, approval of the
President and Treasurer of the Student
Boly, and approval of the President of
the University or his designated admin administrative
istrative administrative officer, provided that failure
of any one of these bodies to approve j
said changes in the Student Body Budget
shall constitute a veto which cannot be
overridden.
Section 505. Surplus Funds.
All undesignated and unbudgeted funds,
unspent at the end of the fiscal year.!
June 30 for the regular session and at
the end of summer session for the j
summer account, shall revert to a
surplus account established for that pur purpose.
pose. purpose. This money shall be apportioned
to deserving activities as the Legisla- ;
five Council sees fit by a majority vote
and approval of the Treasurer of the |
Student Body, except in the case of
The Florida Alligator. The Summer Ga Gator.
tor. Gator. The Seminole, The Orange Peel,
and The *'F Book where such sur surpluses
pluses surpluses shall revert to the Publication
Reserve Fund, provided that all of the
above surpluses, excluding exceptions,
may be transferred to other funds at
the direction of the Legislative Council,
and further provided that disbursement
of funds from the Publications Reserve
Fund shall be subject to majority ap appr?val
pr?val appr?val f he Legislative Council, pro provided
vided provided that up to ten per cent of the
Publication Reserve Fund may be dis disbursed
bursed disbursed upon majority aoproval of the
Board of Student Publications.
ARTICLE VI. PUBLICATIONS
Section 601. Selection of Officers.
The editor and business manager of
The Florida Alligator, The Seminole. The
Orange Peel. The Summer Gator, and
The F Book shall be appointed by the
Publication Electoral Board composed of
j the incumbent Board of Student Publi Publi|
| Publi| cations. President of the Student Body.
| and Chancellor of the Honor Court, after
: hearing the recommendations of the in in|
| in| cumbert Editor and Business Manager of
| the student publication ender eonstruc eonstruc|
| eonstruc| tion.
| Further provided that the managing
! editor of The Florida Alligator, The
Seminole. The Summer Gator, and The.
Orange Pee] be chosen in the same
manner.
Section 602. Qualifications for
Qualifications for each publication of office
fice office which follows are in addition to the
qualifications required of the President
of the Student Body.
Candidates for editor must have com completed
pleted completed at least one semester on the
editorial staff of the publication for
which he is being considered, provided
tnat two summer session* on the edi editorial
torial editorial staff of The Summer Gator shall
re / uUr se mester on The
Florida Alligator, and further provided
I that candidate* for editor of The F
Book must have completed one semes semesrr
rr semesrr f>n Rditoria! staff of any author authored
ed authored campus publication
Candidates for managing editor mast
'ih at least one semester on
the editorial staff of the publication for
* bein considered provided
i mat two summer sessions on the edi ediortal
ortal ediortal staff of The Summer Gator shall
. s-mJL r ecular semester on The
iriorida Alligator.
! h/,.r dl^/ e w for business manager must
e ffpleted at least one semester
for bus ne s s,aff of he publication
vM,r h .w h !!* 18 bein fi considered, pro prowed
wed prowed that two summer sessions on the
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tee committee which shall perform all function*
necessary to the proper functioning of
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proval approval of the Legislative Council, seven
justices to perform all Honor Court
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shall be a President, Vice-President,
Secretary and Treasurer. These officer*
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affecting the Freshman Class, and addi additional
tional additional duties as may be imposed by the
Legislative Council.
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this article shall be filled as provided
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Student Body.
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TRIAL OF IMPEACHMENT AND
REMOVAL FROM OFFICE.
Same (used to be Article V. change
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ARTICLE X. AMENDING PROCESS
Same (used to be Article XI.
change from Executive Council to Legis Legislative).
lative). Legislative).
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TO OFFICETO WHOM GIVEN
Same (used so be Article VI
change from Executive Council to Legis Legislative
lative Legislative Council.
ARTICLE XII. ENACTMENT
This Constitution shall go into effect
May 20, 1960 if passed, and any officer*
j elected in the spring elections of i 960
! shall hold their office for the full term
designated in this Constitution.



Reitz Says He'll Back
Political Participation

(Continued From Page ONE)
healthy reaction. He noted the
present members of the Board
have no personal commitment to
the policy since a completely dif different
ferent different Board established the rule.
Even if the Board modifies
its present policy to permit po political
litical political participation by the facul faculty
ty faculty the chapter still wants to test

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the legal authority in the ques question,
tion, question, Hartmann pointed out.
L Ousted Law Professor T. Brooks
Jones was a guest. He was wel welcomed
comed welcomed by Hartmann but made no
comment during the meeting.
Jones told the Alligator, I was
very satisfied. I commend the
AAUP on the way they are hand handling
ling handling the problem.
A special project fund was

approved by the chapter to finance
legal counsel in the Jones case.
The fund will b t of a permanent
nature and is designed for other
purposes also, including publica publication
tion publication of higher education informa information
tion information gathered recently by the
AAUP, Hartmann emphasized.
Jones said he would welcome
AAUP participation in conjunction
with his attorney when he files
suit against the Board for recov recovery
ery recovery of his loss in salary. He said
he plans to take action immedi immediately
ately immediately after the Majr 3rd primary.

Hines Elected
AAUP Prexy
New officers of the American
Association of University Profes Professors
sors Professors were introduced at the Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday night meeting.
Vynce Hines, professor of
foundations in the College of Ed Education,
ucation, Education, was elected president.
He succeeds Frederick Hart Hartmann.
mann. Hartmann. George W'olfe will con continue
tinue continue as secretary and Don Hal Halperin
perin Halperin will be the new treasurer.
Newly elected members of the
executive committee are John
DeGrove, L. John Martin, Jer Jerry
ry Jerry Gaddum and Frank Doty.

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Politics Bar Is
Unique Policy,
Report States
(Continued From Page ONE)
!
antary contributions to any can candidate
didate candidate of his choice, the report
noted.
The interpretation, the group
said, forbids a faculty member
from managing any political cam camj
j camj paign other than his own. He may
solicit funds or votes for no can candidate
didate candidate other than himself.
Coercing or intimidating any
; fellow employe into making sal sal;
; sal; ary kick backs to his campaign
! is also prohibited, according to the
! report.
Trend To Change
A trend indicating a feeling that
the rule should be changed was
noted by the group.
At least one Board member
indicated during the T. Brooks
Jones hearing he felt the rule
should be modified and UF Pre President
sident President Dr. J. Wayne Reitz has
given notice he is in accord with
some modifications, they noted.
Assuming a revision is desir desirable.
able. desirable. the relevant questions would
seem to be these, the report de declared
clared declared :
Questions Outlined
What level of offices should
faculty members be allowed to
seek, and, if not all, what basis
is there for excluding them from
seeking some offices?
What sort of conflict may be
expected to arise between univer university
sity university duties on the one hand, and
campaigning and office-holding on
the other? How may these con conflicts
flicts conflicts be resolved?
Recommends Permission
The report recommended allow allowing
ing allowing professors to run for any elec elective
tive elective public office and setting up
standards and procedures for re resolving
solving resolving conflicts between candi candidacy
dacy candidacy or office- holding and uni university
versity university duties. Professors are al already
ready already permitted to engage in oth other
er other non academic duties, it noted.
There would be no good reason
for differentiating between public
office and party office, the re report
port report explained.
The question of holding ap appointive
pointive appointive offices has not come up
but many UF professors now hold
such positions on part-time state
and local boards of a policy policymaking
making policymaking character, they noted.
Campaigning for or holding pub public
lic public office or party posts is not in incompatible
compatible incompatible with continuing ones
faculty duties, the report conclud concluded.
ed. concluded.

Two Candidates
Issue Platforms

PARK
Improvement of independent so social
cial social life was included in the Uni Uni|
| Uni| ted Partys platform announced
Wednesday night.
We feel that this is the most
service-minded platform proposed
by a campus political party in
many years. The platform is the
United Party's approach to the
problem areas which grew out of
our discussions with various in interest
terest interest groups on campus, Plat Platform
form Platform Chairman Ralph Carey said.
The platform includes:
(1) Improvement of indepen independent
dent independent social life through inter interhall
hall interhall socials, a weekend coffee
house in the Hub. continuation of
the Broward Hop, entertainment
programs near the girls dorms,
and dance and bridge lessons in
! the dorms.
Student Directory
(2) A student directory includ including
ing including both campus and home ad addresses
dresses addresses of all students. This di directory
rectory directory would come directly from
the Student Activity fee and would
be free to all students.
(3) A new cabinet officer, the
Inspector General, would investi investigate
gate investigate problems in scuh areas as
student morale, auxiliary services,
and student-faculty relations.
(4) Strong support of proposed
constitutional revisions.
Campus Traffic
(5) Improve campus traffic re regulations
gulations regulations by allowing freshmen
and sophomores to drive legally
registered cars, provide more bi bicycle
cycle bicycle racks and a scooter parking
zone near the Administration Buil Building.
ding. Building.
(6) Establish a public relations
clearing house for student orga organizations,
nizations, organizations, including permanent bul bulletin
letin bulletin boards, a central clearing
house for organizational announce announcer
r announcer ents, and publication of a pub publicity
licity publicity guide for campus organiz organizations.
ations. organizations.
Housing Conditions
(7) Improvement of student
housing conditions, including spec special
ial special dorm sections for upperclass upperclassmen
men upperclassmen in related fields of study, re reinstallation
installation reinstallation of between-semester
room transfer, and creation of
better dorm spirit and loyalty.
(8) Establishment of a print
shop on a cost basis for all stu student
dent student organizations.
(9) Improvement of married
student living conditions, includ including
ing including better recreation areas in
living areas, admission of student
wives on their husbands activity
cards to all activities except, foot football
ball football and basketball games.
Foreign Students
(10) Establishment of a legal
aid society in conjunction with
the John Marshall Bar Associa Association
tion Association to provide students with le legal
gal legal advice in cooperation with the
Bar of the Eighth Judicial Cir Circuit.
cuit. Circuit.
(12)Establishment of a fresh freshman
man freshman camp comprised of the top
five per cent of entering fresh freshmen
men freshmen with the purpose of special
training in UF history and tra traditions.
ditions. traditions. i
Other services to be initiated or
continued by the United Party in include
clude include more free telephones for
students, paving of walkways on
student side of Florida Field, ap appointment
pointment appointment of a student body hos hostess,
tess, hostess, and arrangement for more
popular entertainers to visit the
UF.
PARK
(Continued From Page ONE)
United has men like Allen
Poole, a married veteran with
a 3.6 average and an outstand outstanding
ing outstanding record of service in student
government and the College of
Agriculture. Allen is our vice vicepresidential
presidential vicepresidential candidate and is
anxious to improve housing ser services,
vices, services, married student facilities
and the efficiency of the Execu Executive
tive Executive Council.
(NOTE: A printers error in
some early poop listed my qua!!
flcations as Editor in-Chief of
Peninsula a.nd the Law res lew.
It should hav read Editor in-
Chief of Peninsula, Assoc. Edi Editor
tor Editor of U.F. Law Review. This
correction has been made in
subsequent poop.)

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PARKS
Establishment of a better busi business
ness business bureau to deal with down downtown
town downtown merchants was among the
platform proposals announced by
unaffiliated Presidential Candi Candidate
date Candidate Bob Parks Wednesday.
This is my own platform ar arrived
rived arrived at after extensive evalua evaluation
tion evaluation of student needs, Parks
said. In presenting my platform
I am concerned with only reali realitiesnot
tiesnot realitiesnot abstractions and Con Concrete
crete Concrete resolutionsnot intellectual
pipe dreams.
Parks platform includes 10
planks.
(1) Full support of proposed
constitutional revision.
Want Service Commission
(2) A civil service commision,
composed of the student body
vice president, a fraternity man,
and an independent, to interview
and give written examinations to
all those interested in administra administration
tion administration functions of student govern government.
ment. government.
(3) Creation of a cooperative
non-profit nursery in the mar married
ried married living areas, staffed by quali qualified,
fied, qualified, experienced personnel and
financed by the University. And
creation of more recreational fa facilities
cilities facilities in these areas.
(4) Creation of a married stu student
dent student council composed of two rep representatives
resentatives representatives elected from each ar area
ea area to meet with the student body
vice president to discuss the spe special
cial special problems and needs of mar married
ried married students.
Reform Honor System
(5) Real reform in the Honor
System, including an additional
five justices to be elected at large
with the specific duties of inves investigating
tigating investigating all alleged violations. Al Also
so Also provision for legal counsel for
every student accused of an Hon Honor
or Honor Court violation.
(6) Creation of a better busi business
ness business bureau to keep records of
student complaints against local
merchants and take action against
merchants who receive exces excessive
sive excessive complaints.
(7) lmprovement of the stu student
dent student side of the stadium including
paved, sheltered walkways and
more entrances.
Back Bloc Seating
(91Bloc seating at football
games in the card section for all
groups who have shown they pos possess
sess possess the maturity and intelligence
to function in an orderly manner.
(9) Revision in traffic regu regulations
lations regulations including no fines for first
offenders and provisions for cars
for sophomores with a 2.5 aca academic
demic academic average.
(10) Re-evaluation of the stu
dent employment service with a j
possibility of a student labor "re "relations
lations "relations board to handle grievan grievances
ces grievances of student employes. j

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LOCAL SANDWICH SHOP
CLAIMS WORLD RECORD

SHELLEY'S claims new
world's record in sandwich
marothon. Shelley's Italian
Sandwich Shop of Gainesville
staged a sell-a-thon Saturday
and Sunday in which they be believe
lieve believe they set a new world's
record.
Opening at 11 A.M. Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, Shelley made his original
15 inch Italian Sandwiches con continuously
tinuously continuously for 37 hours and )0
minutes until supplies were
exhausted. This new record.
Shelley claims, is both for
straight hours without a stop
and the 2027 sandwiches sold
is a record number for that

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period of time
Shelley says the previous rec record
ord record was 1877 sandwiches in
34 hours in a New Orleans
shop.
An interesting side not# .
there is a Tallahassee student
who ate 9 of these original 15
inch sandwiches, or a total
of over 11 feet of sandwiches
without a stop. Shelley doesn't
know for sure, but thinks this
is also some sort of record,
Shelley plans to stage an
Eat-o-Thon in the near future
with prizes for the person who
betters this record of 11 feet
of Italian Sandwiches

Page 3



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Page 4

New Recipe for SG

Take 3,000 male students, one uni university
versity university and a student body constitu constitution.
tion. constitution.
That's fine.
Now add several thousand more
male students, open up the school to
coeds, sift several thousand married
Gators, and the same student body
constitution, and what have you ?
Something that needs revision.
Suice we can't revise the presence
of the females (nor would we want
to) and since we like to have the mar married
ried married students grace our shores, the
next best thing is to revise the con constitution.
stitution. constitution.
* +
AND THAT'S just whats been
done.
We now have a proposed constitu constitution
tion constitution that can adequately meet the
needs of the campus.
It. has taken many months to pre prepare.
pare. prepare.
And it is up to you. the students,
to vote on it in the spring elections
April 7.
if *
YOU WILL BE voting for a better
student governmenta government
which not only has control over $250.-
000 in student activity fees each year,
but which supervises many facets of
your daily life on the campus.
Ralph Carey and his Constitutional
Revision Committee have worked lone
and hard for these many months to
prepare this product.

CONSTITUTIONAL REVISIONPART VI

New Summer SG Approach in Offing

Bv RALPH CARET

A whole new approach to sum summer
mer summer school student government
Is being offered in Article VII
Summer Session.
Now summer school offici officials
als officials are elected one week after
the session begins.
Since it. takes several weeks
to become adjusted to the ma machinery
chinery machinery of student government
and discounting t.he last week
before finals, the elected offie offierials
rials offierials actually serve only four
weeks of the eight week session
Article VII offers a new ap approach.
proach. approach. Under this revision, the
president} of the student body,
with majority approval of the
Legislative Council, will appoint
a steering committee which shall
perform ail functions necessary
to the proper functioning of the
government and the general wel welfare
fare welfare of the student body.
*. *
WHAT DOES THIS MEAN?
What are the advantages?
First, the president will be ab able
le able to select the steering comit-

ON CAPITOL HILL

Feels Election Could Go to House

By TIM ROSENFELD
"The electors shall meet in
their respective States and vote
by ballot for president and vice
president and if no person
has such majority, then from the
persons having the highest num numbers
bers numbers not Exceeding three on the
list of those voted for as presi president,
dent, president, the House of Representa Representatives
tives Representatives shall choose immediately,
by ballot . the representation
from each state having one
vote
This is the method, according
to the twelfth amendment of the
Constitution, whereby a presi president
dent president is chosen should a candi candidate
date candidate not receive a majority of
the electoral votes.
This situation could arise
should a large block of votes
split from one of the two major
parties. For the Third time in
the 20th century, this appears
to be a distinct possibility.

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Editorials

It has been endorsed by many res responsible
ponsible responsible groups on the campus, in including
cluding including the student* body Executive
Council, the Mens Council, the Fresh Freshman
man Freshman Council and dormitory area
groups representing Tolbert, Mur Murphree
phree Murphree and Hume Halls.
* *
UNDER THE NEW constitution, the
Executive Council, the campus-wide
legislative body, will be revamped
and called the Legislative Council.
Every living area will have at least
one representative on the Legislative
Council and most areas will have three
or more.
In addition, representatives will be
elected from colleges and school*, on onepmrms
epmrms onepmrms and nfT.rJtTrmus Lvino- aieas
and fraternity. povoHtv and indenen indenend
de indenend v>4
All told. thi c win he a far snnfrhr
SVS tom of peT}VP c eV|tation than the r>rn.
sent restrictod ha from sh various schools and colleges
of fh'o Tlruy^i-sitv,
* A
MANY OTHER rT-TAvrrvc -;ij
likewise give the student a bettor
voice in studopt aff-Hr*. All the can candidates
didates candidates for ctndont hod'' T)re?ido r 't re recognize
cognize recognize this fact, and as a recmlt- T?oi->
Park. Boh Parks and Miller Newton
have all endorsed the revision.
We now asV you to do likewise.
* *
April 7. cast your vote yes for con constitutional
stitutional constitutional revision.

tee before summer school be begins,
gins, begins, thus permitting those se selected
lected selected to become acquainted
with the proper machinery.
In many instances, the com committee
mittee committee will be composed of those
in comparable positions during
the regular school year.
Second, the responsibility *or
the actions of the summer ses session
sion session student government will be
with the president, of the student
body.
*
SUMMER SESSION student
government has basically two
functions to perform: approve
the budgets for the summer ses session
sion session and put on Summer Frolics
These activities can be planned
in advance and thus operate
more smoothly througli such
administrative machinery as
this article provides.
Additionally the chancellor
of the' Honor Court, with maj majority
ority majority approval of the Legisla Legislative
tive Legislative Council. will appoint sev seven
en seven justices to perform all Hon Honor
or- Honor Court functions during the

*
THE AVERAGE voter in the
heat and pressure of a politi political
cal political campaign more often than
not forgets his vote is cast, not
directly for the candidate of his
choice, but indirectly, through
the institution of the electoral
college.
But today there is a deter determined
mined determined move among the Southern
states designed to enable their
electors a free hand in casting
their votes. Six southern states
are putting unpledged electors
on their ballots so that, come
voting time for the electors, the
Southern representatives will be
able to bargain with their votes.
*
A DESPERATE MOVE, in
the event of a very close elec election.
tion. election. would be to throw the elec election
tion election into the House of Represen Representives.
tives. Representives. This would increase its
political power enormously.
It is unlikely, however, that

Friday, April 1, 1960

summer session (these are very
few).
Article VlllFreshman Coun Councilprovides
cilprovides Councilprovides that the officers of
the Freshman Council shall con constitute
stitute constitute the officers of the Fresh Freshman
man Freshman class.
All the other class officers
have been abolished. The Con Constitutional
stitutional Constitutional Revision Committee
felt with the exception of the
Freshman class, group interests
and cohesiveness have changed
so much on our campus, that
class officers can no longer be
justified in terms of serving a,
particular class.
* *
These Freshman Council off:
cers shall be nominated during
nominating conventions in the
fall Orientation program and
shall be elected the first day of
classes.
This is the last article analyz analyzing
ing analyzing the propoed new Student Bo Body
dy Body Constitution. On April 7, you
must make the decision to ap approve
prove approve or disapprove the chan chanjt
jt chanjt
ges.

this course of action mil be
taken. This bloc would rather
use their votes to bargain for
some concessions on the part
6f the next president.
One possibility would be nam naming
ing naming the next attorney-gen era 1,
one who would be more con considerate
siderate considerate of their 'Hie
attorney-general is ure figure in pressing the Administra Administration's
tion's Administration's views concern ng the in integration
tegration integration procedure.
*
IT IS HOPED the South finds
it unnecessary to refer to th*
last resort, for more than just
political reasons.
The most important one, ac according
cording according to Dr. Ernest R. Bartley,
professor of political science, is
the possibility that, should this
happen, the electoral system
might receive a mortal blow,
one which could conceivably al alter
ter alter the face of American politics.

KAREL'S KAREENINGS

Savs Chancellor's Chip Seems iorred

Bv FRANK KARRI,
The chip on Sid Beavers
shoulder seems to have been
jarred by mv last article attack attacking
ing attacking the Honor System.
Chancellor Beaver's childish
ranting s in the last Alligator
are the best argument 1 have
read for abolishing the Honor
Court as it now exists. If his
demeanor while sitting as chan chancellor
cellor chancellor is anything like his hot hotheaded
headed hotheaded journalism. God help
those brought before the court.
Apparent!', Beaver thinks on only
ly only the great gods of the Florida
Union can criticize the Court.
We peons, the student body,
should shut up and leave the
chosen few to run our lives.
* *
CONTRARY TO THE chancel chancellor's
lor's chancellor's article, the Honor Court
IS a star chamber. Webster de defines
fines defines the phrase as any secret
or irresponsible tribunal. Since
1. and most of the readers of
the Alligator have not had the
benefit of attending law school,
we cant know any of the fan fancier
cier fancier definitions Beaver may
have in mind.
The Court is secret; I dont
charge it with irresponsibility
sjuoAajd Xoajoas aqi asmsoaq
determining responsibility.
Not only may the. public not

SIR THEOPHILE'S DIARYPART VII

Is Confused by Workinas of Court

Synopsis: Sir Theophile Big Bigwick,
wick, Bigwick, a seventeenth century
Englishman, Is relating in his
diary his experiences in a
strange civilization somewhere
on the North American con continent.
tinent. continent.
Sir Theophile and Muster
Fudge Ripple, the leader of this
society, are engaged in a dis discussion
cussion discussion of its judicial system,
including an honorable court
which deals with infractions
committed within an Institution
of Learning.
Master Rripple continued to
discuss the nature of crimes
with which the Honorable Court
deals: lying, cheating, and the
use of false credit.
He said cheating was the most
prominent crime, and consist consisted
ed consisted in substituting anothers
work for ones own, in a pro procedure
cedure procedure they call a test. Now,
their tests are quite differ different
ent different from ours in that they re require
quire require little creative, thought, a
minimum of facts, and the effi efficient
cient efficient use of a givat black
writing instrument.
* *
THE MOST difficult thing
about their tests is the way in
which knowledge is communi communicated:
cated: communicated: by means of little marks
on pieces of paper.
This is a code, far more in incomprehensible

THE FLAIL

Shocked About Dorm 'Kissing Bon'

By JOHN MILLER
I am a Baptist.
Worse. I am a pre-theology
Baptist student. We have this
reputation for being a pretty
straight-laced and narrow-mind narrow-minded
ed narrow-minded bunch, you know
So when I heard about the ban
oi. kissing a girl goodnight in
the lobbies of the dorms, I
rushed right over to be shocked.
*
I LOVE TO BE shocked. It's
one of my moral castigations to
be shocked as often and as
deeply as I can And. peoplf
... the horrible things I did
see .
You may forgive me for may
not, as you wish) if my gorge
rises in profound disgust at the
sight and thought of a grown
and supposedly mature man
prowling around shining a
flashlight into parked cars and
whistling to get the occupants
to break that up."
I cannot conceive oi any rule
or regulation which could really
and honestly permit or encour encourage
age encourage a person placed in a posi position
tion position of authority and inherent
respect to behave in such a
manner.
# #
A CAR WAS parked by the
side of the road. It pulled in di directly
rectly directly in front of my position
and the occupants talked for a
few minutes. Verbally, not by
sign language nor lip-reading
by Braille. Curfew' drew near
and obvious preparations were
made to depart (purse gather gathermg,

enter the Honor Courts meeting
place during a trial, but we
cant even view a transcript of
the proceedings. Why read
Darkness at Noon when we
live with it every day?
* *
UNTIL THE HONOR inquisi inquisition
tion inquisition is opened to us peonsT we
can only assume anything goes
on within the court. Maybe the
Court wears black hoods and
m-actice? devil worship. Mavbe
they dispense true iustice. but
how can the students know un until
til until they can see for themselves?
Pious testimony from the ini initiates
tiates initiates of the inner-circle of the
Court doesnt mean a thing. I
may not be from Missouri, but
I say, Show me dont tell
me.
To say justice thrives in secre secrecy
cy secrecy is against the grain of most
Americans. To have a future
lawyer of this state defend this
position scares the hell out of
me.
* *
THERE IS A difference be between
tween between secrecy and dignity in a
court. Dignity is essential, but 5
secrecy defeats the American
concept, of justice. No American
has to take someone elses
word about what goes on in
any other court: why should we
here?

comprehensible incomprehensible than Sanskrit,
but their technology is so ad advanced
vanced advanced that a machine can in interpret
terpret interpret the marks and thus
evaluate the intelligence of the
one who took the test.
Unfortunately, many mem members
bers members of the institution are fa familiar
miliar familiar with the code to the
extent that they can transcribe
information from anothers pa paper
per paper to their own. Thus the ma machine
chine machine Will evaluate them to be
as intelligent as the one whose
paper they copied, and this they
call cheating.
* *
THE ONLY profit I could see
in it is the charge of a letter
or number on other sheets of
paper they deem very impor important.
tant. important. Furthermore, those who
indulge in this practice are
receiving a spurious evaluation
of themselves; something like
trimming the ends off a meas measuring
uring measuring stick.
I asked about the enforcement
again, and wars told that the
members of the studying body
themselves reported all infrac infractions.
tions. infractions. I then asked how any
group of people so stupid and
unreasonable as to indulge in
such practices as the afore aforementioned
mentioned aforementioned could ever be expect expected
ed expected to function as rational ani animals
mals animals and fulfill their duties of
reporting criminals.

mg, gathermg, coat entering, the usual
bit.)
Doubtless mindful of the rule
about lobbying, he leaned to toward
ward toward her and she. happily
enough for them both, leaned
toward him. The moon, mo moment.
ment. moment. and mood were all right.
And then, from out of the
night, came the dazzling flash flashlight
light flashlight of the great jackass Blue
Jacket. And God knows what
was riding again.
Worse, besides the fact that
the moment wan now' the spot spotlight
light spotlight of attention. Blue Jacket
supplied a musical score ar.d
dialogue. A shrill whistle came
twice and those three little
words were heard. Break that
up.
*
IT HAS BEEN mentioned by
several in the past, all students
and unfortunately all with an
axe to grind, that (here was
just a trifle of advantage tak taken
en taken by those in the Blue Jacket.
The position of authority they
don with that uniform has been
abused by an unfortimate few r
who have given the entire force
of capable and earnest men a
rither distasteful association in
the minds of the students.

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Having to appear before a
court of justice is a serious
thing, but to have to appear
before a star chamber is terri terrifying.
fying. terrifying. This g2me of "I-spy and
hooded tribunals should turn
the stomach of anyone who be believes
lieves believes in the essential dignity
o< the individual.
When a man steals academic
knowledge, apples or Wnat Wnathave-you.
have-you. Wnathave-you. the public- should
know so that it may guard it itself
self itself from him.
*
THOUGH A PERSON is se secretly
cretly secretly accused, it doesnt neces necessarily
sarily necessarily follow That the accusation
remains secret, and he should
have the privilege of publicly
clearly his name.
Selecting the Honor Court out
o' the petty, mud slinging,
bloc-ism that characterizes
campus politics is bad. To al allow
low allow this court, already crippled
by politics, to operate in secre secrecy
cy secrecy is vile beyond description.
Perhaps the student commit committee
tee committee working on improving the
Honor System will come up
With a better plan, but until the
pall of secrecy' is lifted, only a
hollow mockery of justice
awaits any student brought be before
fore before our star chamber.

I was sworn to secrecy, and
informed that the system had
its failings, but that several
committees were being formed
to study' it.
* *
THE LEADER admitted some
of his subjects were reasonable,
and some were not. but both
operated under the same judi judicial
cial judicial system. I ventured that
was the most ridiculous thing
I had ever heard: Men are
either rational or they are not.
If they are, they need no sys system,
tem, system, judicial or otherwise, to
guide their actions. Ts they are
not. society will suffer unless
proper means are implemented
to protect it from those who
would take advantage of its
weaknesses.
I asked him why he did not
face the truth like the rational
man he pretended to be. and
simply' change the system to
account for its obvious deficien deficiencies.
cies. deficiencies.
He said I had better stop talk talking
ing talking blasphemy like that and
get out before I was investi investigated.
gated. investigated. I took this to be s
term equivalent to inquisi inquisition.
tion. inquisition. with its accompanying
horrors, and left immediately.
(Next week: The conclusion.
Sir Theophile leaves the kind as
mysteriously a# h came.)

I can only submit that while
such behavior might cleave to
the letter of regulations ar.d
perhaps even anticipate their
inter* to a degree, it is also
boorish, ridiculous, and more
than callously inconsiderate. My
mommy always taught me that
policemen were different,
*
NEEDLESS EMBARRASS
MENT and hard feelings are
evoked. An act that is harmless
and done with no evil intent is
made to seem degrading and in indecent.
decent. indecent. The feelings of two peo people
ple people and their relationship is,
even if only for a short while,
strained and made awkward.
And to what purpose?
Sex is here to stay, gentle gentlemen.
men. gentlemen. Be grateful for its milder
forms. If it is necessary for a
boy and girl to find a dirt road
or a spot at the Millhopper et
al, who knows what might hap happen*
pen* happen* They may even. hold
hands.
Frankly, when someone ap appoints
points appoints himself my moral guardi guardian,
an, guardian, I always have a tremendous
urge to go poke a snoot. They're
in bad enough shape as is with without
out without someone else imposing their
own inadequacies on them.

etters t 0 Editor

Hits 'Gator 'Sloppiness;'
Denies 'Medea' Review

EDITOR:
I wish to draw the attention
of your readers to the fact that
the review of Medea which ap appeared
peared appeared under my name in last
Thursday's Alligator is not the
review I wrote and one for which
I will not accept responsibility.
The review as published was
chopped in half, it omitted the
most important parts of the ori original
ginal original review ahd this omission
made nonsense of what remain remained.
ed. remained.
I wish also to protest the edi editorial
torial editorial irresponsibility that either

Applauds Administration
For Stand Against Sex

Editor;
This letter is my wav of thank thanking
ing thanking the University Administra Administration
tion Administration for its exemplary concern
and action pertaining to the
morality of the student body.
We are but mere students and
stand in need of adult guidance.
The administration does in indeed
deed indeed provide the adulteration
Which is so necessary to the
intellectual and moral growth
of the student body.
I must applaud the admims admimst

THE TOP DRAWER

Recalls Park and Parks,
And What's Transpired

By FRED FROHOCK

That night, we sat under a
round yellow light that hung
stiffly down from the ceiling and
we looked at the stack of proofs
for the magazine.
Park sat there and kept watch watching
ing watching me silently, a frown on his
face, as I picked up each one
and gazed at it.

Finally, he
took off
his glasses and
blinked
his e ye s
thought thoughtfully.
fully. thoughtfully. Your
short story, he
said, we had
to edit it a little
because it was
too long.

IF

And I in my
wonderful and FROHOCK
idealistic freshman year looked
at this man who was editor of
the UF Peninsula and then down
at the short story I had written
straight irom my naive and
value-filled heart.
I read il through slowly and
carefully, the only sound in the
room the quiet ticking of the
watch on the wrist of the as associate
sociate associate editor seated on the
couch with us.
* *
IT WAS NOT too bad a job
of choppingeven then I admit admitted
ted admitted it to myselfbut no mat matter.
ter. matter. My virgin and honorable
art had been violated. A callous
sword had been thrust through
my noble heart.
I stood up with what I hoped
and assumed on that evening
four years ago was quiet bit bitterness,
terness, bitterness, and told Mr. Bob Park
and his associate editor to go
straight to hell. As far as l
was concerned, my literary con contributions
tributions contributions to this campus were
ended as of that moment.
What a figure of youthful and
absurd dignity I must have
made as I stalked angrily out of
that room.
* *
THE MAGAZINE came out,
of course, exactly like the
proofs, and later Bob and I be became
came became good friends. My brother
and I used to play tennU* against

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allows a printer to decide what
will appear in a paper, or is
ignorant of the fact that half
a review' is worse than none.
Sloppiness is as unacceptable
in student journalism as it is in
student drama, and I suggest if
material contributed by people
who do not work for the Alliga Alligator
tor Alligator is to be cut, such cutting
should be done by people of
some intelligence if you num number
ber number any such amongst your ac acquaintance.
quaintance. acquaintance.
Gary J Srrimgeour

t admimst rat ions campaign against sex.
Sex is vile! ! There is no
place for it in a normal socie society.
ty. society. Again, display of eroticism
which has not been attended to
as yet. ;
I refer to that shameful ex exhibition
hibition exhibition in the Hub of infant
chickens hatching before our
very eyes. I trust that the ad administration
ministration administration shall swiftly attend
to this obnoxious display of sex.
David Geithman

him and his brother on hot af afternoons.
ternoons. afternoons. Wed stop and chat on
campus between classes and
laugh at what had happened.
It was only much later,'
though, that he told me whats
had worried him most of aJI op
that ridiculous evening of in injured
jured injured pride and pretentione
wrath that seems so long ago
now.
I was afraid all that time
when we were sitting there. he
told me grinning, that you!
wrould lose your temper and tear
up the proofs. [
* *
, y
IF HE ONLY knew how far |
that wag from my egotistical
train of thought, i would have
let that story run if he had cut
it down to only two paragraphs.
We used to kid Bob Parks
( with an u. and a freshman then,
too) by telling him that he had
just missed being editor of the
UF literary magazine by one
extra s.
He used to laugh a dark,
big who was a good athlete
and agree. I guesa Im Just
unlucky.
* *
THEN WE WERE ell good
athletes, of course, even the
not so-good ones. You can al always
ways always stay in shape your fresh freshman
man freshman year so the saying went,
and it was true. It was always
the drinking that finally led to
wonderful ruin.
And how we drank beer and
talked politics: Parks was per personable
sonable personable and very, very sharp.
One summer, we both went to
the University of Miami for ex extra
tra extra courses and did nothing or
three months but discuss the
world over tall, very cold drafts
in the Opus.
Now the game thats not quiet
a game has embraced Parks.
Only on campus, of. course, but
strange because in the never neverunderstandable
understandable neverunderstandable workings of fate
it matches him for student body
president against the man he
used to be kidded about so long
ago.
Park and Parka It should be
interesting even without the
name confusion



RELIGIOUS CENTER NEWS

Episcopals Sponsor Trip;
Lutherans Going to FSU

IBy LJNDA HAMEL teffesled is invited and the cast
Gator Religion Editor for the occasion is $6.
The Episcopal Student Center Activities at other religious
will sponsor a Parrish Life Con- centers are
ference at OLena State Park LUTHERAN: The LSA is con-
April 8-10. 1 tinuing its series on The Trial
The conference will be headed of a Criminal. this week pre preby
by preby Rev. Tom Byrnes. Anyone in- sent mg the Execution, the

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story of the crucifixion of Christ.
The account will be presented at
the devotional program Sunday.
Lutheran students are planning
to spend a day with the LSA of
Florida State at Tallahassee April
24.

The weekly supper will be at
I 5:30 Syinday.
* *
METHODIST; I am the way,
the truth, and the life wtll be
the topic for discussion at the
pajrel discussion program at the
| Wesley Foundation, Friday at 8.
Dr. Alfred Diamant, of the
political science department; Dr.
A. T. Wallace, head of plant
science research; and Dr. W. H.
Tilley, of the humanities depart department,
ment, department, will be on the panel. Bob
| Park will be moderator for the
! discussion.
I Capital Punishment will be
discussed at the Forum Hour,
I Sunday at 7. The student panel
will include John Sessums, John
Bickerstaff, Gail Geibel and John
Hamilton, moderator.
* *
HILLEL: No services will be
held tonight at the Hillel Founda Foundation.
tion. Foundation. Dr. John DeGrove, assistant
professor of Political Science, will
be featured at the Sunday brunch
from 11 to 12:30. He will speak
ori The Parties Platform, the
third in a series on preparation
; for voting.

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Blood to Pour
From London,
African Jungle
By CAROL BULLER
Gator Staff Writer
To those who find race contro controversies
versies controversies or bloody murders enter entertaining,
taining, entertaining, this week-end's movies of offer
fer offer much.
Tamango, at the State, is the
perfect they said it couldnt be
done (or filmed) story, with Curt
Jurgens and Dorothy Dandridge as
the slave captain and beautiful
Negro slave. Alex Cressan is the
j lion-killer Tamango whose lover is
being exploited by the white man.
At the Florida, Jack the Rip Ripper
per Ripper continues to slash his way
I across the screen through Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. The story of the career
of this still unknown killer is bas based
ed based on the files of Scotland Yard.
Beginning Sunday at the Florida
is first rate On the Beach. This
story the end of the human race
caused by radioactive poisoning
of the atmosphere takes place in
Australia, 1964.
At the State starting Sunday is
Frankenstein 1970. Borin Kar Karloff
loff Karloff once again creates the char character,
acter, character, this time the monster of the
future.
A different type monster makes
the scene on the same bill in
Cyclops. This horror tale deals
with a dinosaur-type man. Lots of
j luck .
In One Step to Eternity, be beginning
ginning beginning at the State Tuesday, Co Corinne
rinne Corinne Calvert attempts suicide in
a story' that combines sex and sus suspense.
pense. suspense.
Thursday starts the double fea feature,
ture, feature, Kiss for a Killer and
Grisbi. Jean Gabin, French ac actor,
tor, actor, stars in Grisbi, a story of
the underworld; Kiss for a Kil Killer,
ler, Killer, is a romantic comedy that
developes into a homicidal plot.
Late show' at the State Satur Saturday
day Saturday night is Baby-Face Nelson.

All-Fla. Rifles
To Fire in Meet

The All-Florida Invitational
Rifle Matches will be held Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, at 8 a.m., on the ROTC rifle
range Col. Glen A. Farris, PMS PMS&T.
&T. PMS&T. announced.
The annual event Is sponsored
by the Scabbard and Blade, na national
tional national honorary ROTC society.;
ROTC rifle teams from FSU.
Stetson University, Florida South Southern
ern Southern and University of Miami will
participate in the matches.
Florida Rifles. UF's ROTC
team Avhich placed sixth in a field
of 33 teams in the Third Loyola-
Tulan* Mardi Gras Rifle Matches
in February, will enter th e meet.
The Florida Rifles have won two
other shoulder to shoulder match matches
es matches this year. Stetson University
and University of Miami and lost
one. University of Georgia.

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SOCIALLY SPEAKING

Greeks to Frolic for Frolics

By JACKIE O QUIN
Gator Society Editor
Spring may have sprung, but
ine newly-awakened world of na nature
ture nature had best take adequate cover
this weekend as UFers invade the
surrounding countryside in the
biggest weekend of the semester.
Spring Frolics will swing into
action to the music ot Les Elgart
and his orchestra tonight at the
| dance in the gym. Jaye P. Mor Morgan
gan Morgan will provide the main eve evenings
nings evenings entertainment, and the gala
affair will be highlighted by the
1 crowning of Miss Fraternity of
1960.
Various types of outings have
been planned by the fraternities
| for Saturday. The Sigma Chis
have selected Elinor Village in
I Daytona Beach as the site for their
Saturday activities. Following a
day on the beach, they will party
to the evening to the music of the
Playboys from Orlando.
* *
PIKES AND DATES will rise
i with the sun. At least that is the
plan, for their annual trip to
Flagler Beach Saturday. Daytime
activities will consist of sunning,
j bathing and a barbecue in the
afternoon.
Sampson and His Cats will be
imported from Daytona Beach
Saturday night to provide a
j rhythmic background for the
i Pikes informal party at the Flag Flagler
ler Flagler Beach Hotel. The group will
return Sunday.
KAs and ATOs will join forces
this weekend, beginning with a
social hour this afternoon be before
fore before the dance. Saturday a tub tubing
ing tubing party at Blue Run will be
followed by an Informal party at
the ATO house. Little Jimmy
Reeds band will be featured.
t SAEs will compete with Les El Elgart
gart Elgart tonight as they stage their
own informal dance. Saturday
night another informal dance will
take place featuring the music of
Little Samuel Davis.
* *
I
i THE BETAS SPRING banquet
will start things off this weekend
; at the Beta Theta Pi house. Sat Sat!
! Sat! urday an afternoon lake party
and picnic will be followed by a
Roaring Twenties party with
I the Blue Rockers providing the
! sounds.
Red blazer* will Identify the
Theta Oils as they attend the
big dance tonight. The house
will shudder as Gene Franklin
and Texas Ray let loose with
their foot-stomping sounds Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night.
A banquet before the dance will
inaugurate the Frolics weekend at
the Pi Lam house. After an early
brunch on Saturday, Pi Lams and
their dates will be off for the day
to Kingsly Beach. The Torna Tornadoes
does Tornadoes will be waiting for them
back at the house Saturday night
to end the weekend with an in informal
formal informal party.
* *
THE HOLIDAY INN is the scene
for the AEPis banquet preceding

the dance tonight. Following the
dance at the gym The Col Collegiates"
legiates" Collegiates" will entertain at a Be Bewitching
witching Bewitching Hour party.
Silver Springs is the AEPis
destination Saturday. They will
return to the campus for a buf buffet
fet buffet dinner and a secret
theme party in the evening,
with music by Little Johnnie
Ace.
Sig Eps will travel to Lake Wau Wauburg
burg Wauburg for their outing Saturday.
That evening, a Hawaiian theme
will present the background for a
dance at the Sig Ep home
grounds. Music will be by the
Pyramids.
* *
A STEAK DINNER for Delta
Sigs and dates will precede the
dance tonight. Saturday, the house
will be transformed into a South
Sea Island setting for a Poly Polynesian
nesian Polynesian Party, complete with roast
pig and the exotic music of Bard
Donaldson. Delta Sigs will wait
for Sunday for their outing, and
will then travel to Wauburg for
a picnic.
Phi Gams have planned a
Shipwreck theme for their
party Saturday night. The Blue
Notes will provide the music
for the evening.
A hayride will originate at the
AGR house Saturday night as their
part of the special Frolics week weekend.
end. weekend. With the hayride will be the
AGRs three newest pledges j
Larry Hall, Walter Harrison and
Gabe Green.
Sigma Nus and ADPis will so socialize
cialize socialize next Wednesday at the
ADPi house.
* *
FRED CONKLIN WAS named
the honor at Sigma Nu ini initiation
tiation initiation last weekend, and was
number 1,000 to be initiated in the
local Sigma Nu Chapter.
Other initiates are Bob Lazen Lazenby,
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Earl Powell, Gayle Darville, Fred
Sconyero, John Derkits, Randy
Sclrwartz, Ken Capelle, Rich Val Valdez
dez Valdez and A1 Lopez Jr.

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Delta Phi Epshon nas recently
initiated the following girls: Mar Marcia
cia Marcia Deitsch, Sonya Dubbin, Claire
Goldsmith, Sharon Loewenstein,
Joan Loss, AdelC Alosk, Toby Ros Rosenthal,
enthal, Rosenthal, Diane Rudenberg, Karen
Sherman, Rosalind Stern, Roberta
Winn, Flo Berlinghoff, Ruth
Chanves and Kay Schwartz.
* *
THE DPhiEfc are proud of their
throe new pledges Flora Asko Askowith,
with, Askowith, Carole Goldsmith and Phyllis
Cohen.
A break in the regular week weeknight
night weeknight schedule of studies was held
n ihe form of a coffee hour Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night by the Sigma Kappas.
Fraternities, faculty members,
and friends were invited and will
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THE RUNNING TERROR of
Negroes crumpling under Afri Afrikaan
kaan Afrikaan police bullets echoed the
tenor of the worlds this week weekstark,
stark, weekstark, serious and tragic.
THE CURRENT LIFE maga
zine is an image of that world.
Three photographs etch the South
African white position toward
maintaining segregation.
The first shows Negroes run running
ning running toward the photographer.
Some are laughing. A gun tur turret
ret turret shows in the background.
The second catches the Ne Negroes
groes Negroes almost upon the photogra photographer.
pher. photographer. Some are still laughing laughingstill
still laughingstill thinking the shots are blanks.
In the final picture, two sold soldiers.
iers. soldiers. standing alone, survey the
litter of corpses.
TWO SPINSTER SISTERS who
love and support a charming but
luckless brother plot and plan
in a Broadway play that offers
some relief from reality. But
1 Toys in the Attic is not out
| of pace.
The brother finally hits it rich,
showers the sisters with finery,
and their world collapses. LIFE
i calls it a drama of disasterous
love.
BUT SOME WOMEN won a
war last week. They were none
other than the fabled strippers
of Bourbon Street. It seems the
j New Orleans district attorney
raided the citys burlesque house
! concentration (75 acts in five
blocks) a while back. Cat girl!
(Lilly Christine foiled the moralists
recently when she finally pushed
: her test case into a court. The
judge, on the basis of her con constitutional
stitutional constitutional rights, decided for her.
The feature includes a shot of
Lilly on the prowl, thereby afford affording
ing affording freshmen a glimpse of what
by law they shant perceive until
age 21. It's something to look
forward to,
; EVER SEE A vegetable before
a restaurant near the campus got
' a hold of it? Apparently with the
| edification of UF students in mind,
1 I LIFE includes a color expose of
' vegetables as they really are are-1
-1 are-1 ripe, crisp, fresh, etc. The solu solution
tion solution to the student* problem is
- apparent. LIFE helpfully includes
planting directions
I
LIFE ALSO CAPTURES the off offscreen
screen offscreen dynamics of Marlon Bran Bran.
. Bran. do as for the first time he as assumes
sumes assumes the role of producer in a
t furiously violent. sex-seething
. western movie called One-Eyed

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day evening between 8 :30 and
9:30.
AOPi is proud to announce the
addition ol two new pledges to
its chapter. Dot Hendrix and
Sue Ann Nelson recently joined
the group.
Recent new initiates to Tri Delta
are Johanna Dowling, Helen Gas Gassaway,
saway, Gassaway, Ginny Gill, Diane Jordan,
Joan Korodin. Ann Militana, Susan
Miller, Pat Morton, Jan Reel,
Vicki Smith, Mary Sowell, Nancy
Margo Wilson, Karen
i Kemetz, Sally Camp, Eteene Tay Taylor.
lor. Taylor. Jane Sloan and Nancy Ream.
Margo Wihson was presenter! the
best pledge award, and Vicki
Smith received the scholarship
award.

Jacks. Terming himself an
emotional traffic cop, Brando
(who also has a leading acting
part) demonstrate* for each actor
the proper style and mannerisms.
In a love scene, Brando first re rehearses
hearses rehearses it. then, as LIFE says,
looks on approvingly when the
formal actor goes into the clinch.
The looking on approvingly
actually is a leer which forcibly
implies, Go-Go-Go."
CUBAS TOURIST TROUBLES
create the underlying theme for
a LIFE documentary which traces
an American honeymoon couple
through some of Havanas plush plushest
est plushest watering places.
The photos are testimonials to
the havoc of Castros anti-U. S.
tirades. The economic paradox is
precisely delineated, as the couple
is pictured enjoying cut-rate prices
and first-class service in empty
hotels and bars.
The outcome is summarized:
Sometimes it w'as spooky, but
we had a wonderful time. People
said they loved us but didnt like
our government. Likewise with us
we didnt like their government
bv T* ed them.
THE VICIOUS INTER- SER SERVICE
VICE SERVICE rivalry among the. Air
! Force. Army and Navy i$ out outlined
lined outlined in a special article by LIFE
staffer John Osborne. Labeled the
Shameful Strife in the Penta Pentagon,
gon, Pentagon, the article penetrates the
baffling mass of contradictions
and problemr that have colored
and obscured virtually every
: ajo. military question that has
arisen.
The article hits hard, listing
five questions of massive sig significance
nificance significance that the Joint Chiefs of
staff were unable to resolve be because
cause because of the rivalry. Osborne
treats the issue objectively before
proposing improvement* la the
current three-service system and
advising against total unification
into a single service.
THATS LIFE, April 4, 1960.
Subtle Hint No. 3: The purveyors
of LIFE are most jovial people.
Try to know them well.

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Page 6

Golf, Tennis Teams to Travel This Weekend;
FSU, Georgia, Tech to Provide Opposition

The undefeated UF golfers and the once beaten Gator
netters hit the road this weekend for rugged encounters
in Georgia and Tallahassee.

Coach Conrad Rehlings par
busters travel to the red clay
country to face conference rivals
Georgia and Georgia Tech.
Frank Beard and Co. visit the
Yellow Jackets today and then
meet the strong Bulldogs Saturday
at Athens.
The return to form of Jim
Parks to match the brilliant strok stroking
ing stroking of Beard, sophomore Phil
Leckey, and veteran Skip Stigger,
will help the Orange and Blue in
their effort to cop their four fourteenth
teenth fourteenth consecutive dual victory in
the Tech test.
Following the Georgia trip, the
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Golf and Country Club for a home
engagement with Miamis Hurri Hurricanes
canes Hurricanes Monday afternoon.
While the golfers travel north,
Coach Bill Poter takes his young
but ambitious tennismen west to
Tallahassee to continue to a heat heated
ed heated rivalry with sister institution
Florida State.
Sophomore sensations Jim Shaf Shaffer
fer Shaffer and Art Surloff and co-cap co-captain
tain co-captain Del Moser, all undefeated in
ten seasonal matches, will pace
the local netters in Saturdays net
sessions.
Shaffer will be pitted against
States undefeated ace Rebel Bel Bellamy
lamy Bellamy in the featured match.

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SHAFFER SLAMS ONE . Slim Jim Shaffer, south southpaw
paw southpaw sophomore tennis sensation from St. Petersburg,
gets set to slam one past Florida State ace Rebel Bel Bellamy
lamy Bellamy Saturday. Shaffer, unbeaten in ten matches,
has slammed his potent passing shots passed such
court stars as Presbyterian's Harry Hoffman and
Georgia Techs Ned Neely.

Florida Nine
To Play Two
With Miami
Riding atop the Eastern Divi Division
sion Division of the Southeastern Confer Conference,
ence, Conference, Floridas baseball team tra travels
vels travels to Miami to take on the Hur Hurricanes
ricanes Hurricanes in a two-game series this
weekend.
The Gator nine, sporting a 4-0
loop record, will be taking on its
second inter state rival of the
week. They defeated Florida Sou Southern
thern Southern 5-4 Tuesday to hand the
Mocs their first defeat of the year.
Leftfielder Bill Saba, catcher
Len Scheinhoft, and shortstop Tom
Moore were the big guns for the
Gators, collecting two hits apiece.
Chapman Gets Win
Bill Chapman got credit for the
victory, his first erf the year. The
Junior Northhander needed help
from teammate Bob Shiver, who
turned in a sparkling relief per performance.
formance. performance.
Chapman struck out eight Mo Mocassins.
cassins. Mocassins. yielded four base knocks
and walked two in his six-inning
stint. Shiver fanned three, walked
one and gave up only one base
blow.
Miami, which has compiled a
6- mark thus far. started slow
but has come back strong. The
Canes recently picked up a pair
of wins over Georgia Tech, the
SEC's Eastern Division champ
last year.
Lefties To Hurl
Two lefties wiD get starting
roles against the UM. C. W. Price,
and Vennie Pent are expected to
go against the Canes.
Pent picked up his lone win of
the season on a fine six-inning
shutout performance against Van Vanderbilt.
derbilt. Vanderbilt.
Florida s record now stands at
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UF to Host
Triangular
Track Meet
By BUDDY MARTIN
Gator Assistant Sports Editor
A triangular meet is on tap be between
tween between Florida, Duke and Geor-
The Gator thinclads were origi originally
nally originally slated to take on the B'ue
Devils last Wednesday and the
Engineers tomorrow, but a last
minute change resulted in the
three-way contest since both visit visiting
ing visiting squads are on spring vacation.
Henry Wadsworth, who set a
Florida Relays record with a
15-1 inch leap, will be favored
to take the pole vaulting event.
Coach Percy Beard's sprinting
corps will be bolstered by the re return
turn return of dash man Don Deal, who
has been excused from spring foot football
ball football drills to compete.
Co-captains Tommy Michels
and Art Foster will be favored
in their respective evenings. Fos Foster
ter Foster will compete in the broad
jump, his speciality, while Michels
will run the high and low hurdles
and take part in the 440 relay
along with Deal. Bill Lowenstein,
and Ted Mealor
Lowenstein, a sophomore, will
be the workhorse of the Gator;
team. Besides the 440 relay, he
is entered in the 220-yeard dash,
440 dash, and mile relay.
Ron Allen will run in the mile
and half mile runs, while Eddie!
Davis takes part in the half mile
and Dale Patten will run the mile.

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"1111? 1
LARRY LIBERTORE .
. Leads White Team

MIIVHW TMATM
FRIDAY, APRIL 1
SAMSON AND
DELILA
VICTOR MATURE
HONG KONG AFFAIR
JACK KELLY
SATURDAY, APRIL 2
BIG COUNTRY
GREGORY PECK
THUNDER ROAD
ROBERT MITCHUM
ESCORT WEST
VICTOR MATURE
SUNDAY MONDAY
GIRLS TOWN
MAMIE VAN DOREN
CAT ON A HOT
TIN ROOF
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TUESDAY
THEY ROAD WEST
ROBERT FRANCIS
WEDNESDAY
RAINTREE COUNTY
ELIZABETH TAYLOR
0 FRIDAY
THE BEAT
GENERATION
STEVE COCKRAN
NEVER SO FEW
FRANK SINATRA

Offensive Fireworks
To Spice Scrimmage
More offensive fireworks than Gator Growl ar#
expected at Florida Field Saturday afternoon aa
Coach' Flay Graves gridders conclude spring foot*
ball practice with a final scrimmage game.
Game time is 2 :30.
Liber to re Featured
The contest, which will wind up Graves first
spring practice, will feature the shifty running
and passing ot diminutive quarterback Larry' Lib Libertore,
ertore, Libertore, the bruising jaunts of sophomore halfbacks
Dick Skelly and Bob Hoover, and hard-hitting line
play.
Libertore will call plays for the White (No. 1)
unit.
Hood, Patehen Pacp Linemen
Captain Bill Hood and senior lettermen Pat
Patehen pace the rugged frontliners. Hood par particularly
ticularly particularly was praised highly by Graves. He is
the dependable type of football player whom you
see do so well so often, it becomes expected of
him.
Graves pointed out that spring drills have in indicated
dicated indicated several weaknesses such as inexperienced
signal-callers, sub-par punting, and needed im improvement
provement improvement in overall guard play.
However, the Bull Gator was elated over
other phases like downfield blocking and indi individual
vidual individual running of the young halfbacks.

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