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SEE PAGE 3

Volume 52 # No. 41

Park Sweeps In on Landslide Vote

Report Cites
Leftist Traits
Os Professor
He'll Remain at Chicago;
Board Refuses Comment
By C. JEAN CARVER
Gator Editorial Assistant
A protest report citing the leftist activities of a
potential UF professor was reportedly sent to the Board
of Control recently concerning hiring a University of
Chicago education professor.
But the executive director of the Board Thursday said
he had nothing to say in connection with any such
report.
I just have no information to give you on the matter,
Dr. J. Broward Culpepper told the Alligator by phone.

Dr. Robert J. Havighurst, Uni University
versity University of Chicago education pro professor,
fessor, professor, was offered a similar post
at the UF but Tuesday wrote
President J. Wayne Reitz and told
him he decided to remain at Chi Chicago.
cago. Chicago.
University of Chicago sources
earlier this week told the Chi Chicago
cago Chicago Daily News the education
professor was pressured by
various persons and groups in
Gainesville to stay away be because
cause because of his views on polities,
civil liberties and racial inte integration.
gration. integration.
UF Vice President Harry Phil Philpott
pott Philpott said he has no knowledge of
what kind of pressures Havig Havighurst
hurst Havighurst refers to. since no such
pressures were exerted by the
UF.
Nothing To Do With It
Gainesville American Legion
Post Commander Keith Haythome
said the American Legion had
nothing to do With any pressur pressuring.
ing. pressuring.
I knew nothing of this until
the Chicago Daily News called me
for information. Haythome said.
Possibly it was for the sensa sensationalism
tionalism sensationalism caused by bringing the
American Legion into cases of
this sort, but I feel it is an in-
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JUDW PINNED Clothes-type pinned, that is.
Judy Heim, freshman AOPi from Orlando, is shown
as she posed for judges during the Sigma Chi Derby
Queen contest at Silver Springs. The new Queen will
be named Saturday night at Sigma Chis c following the Derby that afternoon.

THE FLORIDA ALLIGAt&P

CONTEST POSTPONED UNTIL APRIL 22

Miss UF Contestants To Save
Talent, Beauty, and Personality

Miss University of Florida con contestants
testants contestants will have to postpone
displaying their talents, personal personality
ity personality and beauty until after Easter
vacation.
Publicity Chairman Frank King
said Tuesday the judging, which
was scheduled for today and Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, was rescheduled for Fri Friday
day Friday and Saturday, April 22 and
23.
This was done to make the con contest
test contest bigger and better than ever,
King explained.
The entire contest will be held
at Silver Springs and will last the
full two days.
The rescheduling is an attempt
to eliminate conflict with the Sig Sigma
ma Sigma Chi Derby.
To Be Filmed
Director of Silver Springs Pub Publicity
licity Publicity Bill Blue Ray said he ex expects

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CONGRATULATIONS, MR. PRESIDENT Mem Members
bers Members of the Bob Park organization congratulate him
in Bryan Lounge at the Florida Union Thursday night
after the final election returns came in and he was
unofficially announced the new student body president.

pects expects three television stations to
film the contest,
j Advertisement pictures of the
girls will be sent to industrial
| magazines such as the Coca-Cola
jCo. and the Voit Rubber Co., King
I said.
The entire schedule has been
, changed for the two days.
UF Scooter
Hits FSU Cor
Two UF students were injured
when the scooter they were riding
collided head-on with an auto last
Friday about midnight.
Tne wFeek occurred in the 700
block of N\V 13th St.
! Chipley French and Dan Olszew Olszewi
i Olszewi ski were thrown from the scooter
after it collided with a car driven
by Allison E.' Folds Jr., of 550
NE Bth Ave., a student at Flori Florida
da Florida State University.
Orchestra to Spring
Symphonic Concert
The UF Symphony Orchestra
will present the annual spring con concert
cert concert tonight at 8:15 p.m. in Uni University
versity University Auditorium.
The 70-piece orchestra, com composed
posed composed of students and faculty, will
be conducted by Arnold Wirtala.
Selections will include Concerto
in D Minor by Vivaldi-Siloti,
Symphony No. 8, Opus 93 by
Beethoven and Concerto for Vio Violin
lin Violin and Orchestra" by Brahms.
Future Pharmacists
Return from Trip
Pharmacy students wi.l return
today from a six day educational
trip to New York City.
During the trip the group ob observed
served observed the pharmaceutical manu manufacturing
facturing manufacturing and research facilities
of Lederie Laboratories and Squib
and Sons Pharmaceutical Co.

Trianon Taps Seven Girls
In Candlelioht Ceremony
Seven coeds were added to Trianon, women's top honorary
sorority, in a post-midnight candlelight tapping ceremony early
Monday morning.
Carrying lighted candles and singing the Trianon song, mem members
bers members journeyed through women's living areas to surprise those
who were tapped.
Leadership. Scholarship. Service
Leadership, scholarship and service make up basic qualifica qualifications
tions qualifications tor the organization which expects to become affiliated
with national Morior Board April 30.
This national recognition culminates a ten-vear waiting period
for the group is often called the female counterpart to Blue Key,
honorary mens fraternity.
New Tappees
Ne-w tappees. who must have a grade score of .3 above over overall
all overall student body average, excelled m at least one field and have
been enrolled. in the UF for five semesters are :
Sandra Boger, organizations, Jacksonville; member of Kappa
Delta sorority.
Stephanie Brodie, womens affairs, Miami; member of Delta
Phi Epsilon.
Linda Fischer, service. Largo; Chi Omega.
Jefin Haeseker. womens affairs. St. Petersburg; Delta Delta
DeL.
Jean Harrison, women's affairs. Tampa; Chi Omega
Robbie Lane, women's affairs. Myrtle Grove,
j Lvrm Secrist, womens affairs. Melbourne.,'

University of Florida, Gainesville, FloridaFriday, April 8, 1960

Depending on the weather con conditions,
ditions, conditions, the 24 girls will be photo photographed
graphed photographed Friday in bathing suits,
shorts, and formal wear. Talent
will be judged that night in the
! Silver Springs Skyline Room.
Return Friday
The contestants will return to
Gainesville late Friday night and
return the next morning to Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs for more picture tak taking
ing taking and bathing suit obser observance,
vance, observance, King said.
Contestants will be judged in
formal wear Saturday afternoon.
The contest w r ili close with the
; crowding of the new Queen and
j her court ot two.
Top personnel in the television
and fashion world will judge the
UF girls on beauty (40 per cent),
personality (30 per cent) and tal talent
ent talent (30 per cent), King explained.
Lunch and dinner, followed by
a Jungle Cruise ride, wall be giv given
en given to the girls at the courtesy of
j Silver Springs.
The, new f Miss UF will be pre pre!
! pre! sented with a 17-jewel watch,
while she and her court will re receive
ceive receive lingerie, clothes from Doni Donigans
gans Donigans Fashions, and an evening of
bowling at Rebel Lanes and other
gifts.
Smathers To Speak
At FBK Initiation
Senator George Smathers, a
former UF student body presi presi-1
-1 presi-1 dent and Blue Key member,
will speak at the spring initia initiai
i initiai tion banquet of the Florida Blue
! Key on April 18.
The new edition of Who's
Who in Florida Blue Key will
be dedicated to Robert Beaty,
dean of student personnel, dur during
ing during the banquet which is slated
for 7 p.m. at the Student Serv Service
ice Service Center.
The newly tapjwd Blue Key
membfs will be initiated at the
i banquet.

United Party's Poole Also Elected
By Large Margin; Re visions Pass

'Disgusting, Unethical' Tactics
i-i
Charged by Tolbert Area Head

By KIRK CALLAHAN
Gator Staff Writer {
A formal protest was registered
Thursday against election antics
by belligerent political groups
by the president of the Tolbert
Area Council
John E. Young protested the
disgusting, unethical, morally de degrading,
grading, degrading, and undemocratic tactics
which were employed in the Tol Tolbert
bert Tolbert area during the election.
Young's protest stated the area
was invaded by goons and some
Tolbert residents were verbally
threatened.
Copies Os Protest
Copies of Youngs protest were
sent to UF President Dr. J. Wayne
Reitz; Dean H. K. McClelland, as assistent
sistent assistent dean of men; Paul Martin,
secretary ot interior; and the Al Alligator.
ligator. Alligator.
Election officials from the Hub
and Tolbert area expressed com complaints
plaints complaints to the Alligator against
the attempts of political groups to
monopolize the use of voting
booths,
Don Schuh, election official
at the Hub, said that a stu student
dent student group halted elections
| when its membeiH took as long
as 64-minutes to vote.
I Paul Karasow. election official
!in the Tolbert precinct, told the
Alligator a group of students made
an effort to camp out in elec election
tion election booths.
Karasow said a number ot these
students belonged to AEPi frater fraternity.
nity. fraternity.
Ail-Out Effort
1 Schuh said that an organized
; student group made an all-out ef effort
fort effort to prevent just election pro pro!
! pro! cedures at the Hub precinct.
Individuals entered the booth
! and made no attempt to go out,
! said Schuh.
According to Schuh. students
became irked by noon when
these groups attempted to hold
up voting procedures.
Schuh said that nearly 16 stu students
dents students had voted per hour before
noon.
Between noon and 1 p.m. only
six students voted at the Hub,
according to Schuh.
Turn In Names
Paul Martin, secretary of in interior,
terior, interior, ordered election officials
to turn in names of students who
' took more than five minutes to
City Planning Lecture
Planned for Tonight
David A. Crane of the Univer University
sity University of Pennsylvania wall speak
on City Planning, at 8 p.m. to tonight
night tonight in Room 18, Matherly Hall.
£rane will also deliver a lec lecture
ture lecture to community planning stu students
dents students this morning and to archi architecture
tecture architecture and landscape architec architecture
ture architecture students; in the afternoon. Af After
ter After speaking at UF. Crane goes
to Auburn Univers ; tv where he :
'will act as a visiting critic.

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TRIANON TAPPEES Seven UF
coeds tapped this week by Trianon,
womens honor fraternity, for leader leadership,
ship, leadership, scholarship and service. Tappees
are (1. to r.) Linda Fisher, service;
Lynn Secrist- womens affairs; Roberta

vote to the Honor Court in an ef effort
fort effort to stop the anti-vote shenani shenanigans.
gans. shenanigans.
After Martins order, voting fol followed
lowed followed normal procedure at the
Hub but disruptions continued at
the Tolbert area.
Schuh said that the efforts
of the belligerents only in intensified
tensified intensified the desire of students
to exercise their vote. How However,
ever, However, many students were forc forced
ed forced to leave the polls because
of classes.

CAMPUS CLUB PROBED

Council Survey
Speeds Up Pace
The Merchants Council survey has moved through University
Food Service and bicycle sales, service and registration in its
latest series of polls.

Mens Council President Shell
Clyatt, under whom the survey is
working, said Wednesday these
latest findings had yielded many
new student criticisms and sug suggestions.
gestions. suggestions.
Comments on the Campus Club
in a survey conducted by Coun Council
cil Council Members Pat Mays, were
most consistently pointed at food
variety, Clyatt reported.
New Food Service head Gay
H. Welbom acknowledged the
lack of variety and attributed it
to inefficient and ill-trained help.
He said variety would soon be
increased even to the point of
providing smorgasbord.
Other suggestions by students
called for more front line help for
faster service and installment of
a juke box.
Welbom explained many of the
suggested improvements were al already
ready already under way.
Better Help Needed
A new program is in the pro process
cess process of training more efficient
help which will be deserving of
higher pay, he said.
Low pay was cited as the rea reason
son reason for heavy employe turnover.
We are not operating .on a
subsidized budget such as that
of Plants and Grounds. Wel Welbom
bom Welbom said. We must limit our ourselves
selves ourselves to what comes into our
cash registers.
He pointed out auxiliary serv services
ices services of the University are not en entitled
titled entitled to state subsidy.
Some of Welboms steps to toward
ward toward improvement include the
training program, purchase of
higher-quality meats and close
self-inspection of incoming food.
No Higher Prices
We do not anticipate raising
prices, he said, maintaining in increased
creased increased efficiency and elimination
of wastage would compensate for
higher costs and wages.
This is a business, not a give giveaway
away giveaway program. We hope to give
students the most and best for
their money.

Lane, womens affairs; Jean Haeseker,
womens affairs; Sandra Boger, organ organizations;
izations; organizations; Jean Harrison, womens af affairs,
fairs, affairs, and Stephanie Brodie, womens
affairs

j The Thursday efforts to harass
! spring elections proved futile
when Bob Park, United candidate
for president of the student body,
accepted with the following state statement:
ment: statement:
I take this victory as testimony
to what we all stand for . tes testimony
timony testimony to the great idea ... to
the idea of a great university.
The election showed that the
idea had meaning to the thousands
of students on our campus. I want
|to thank you very, very mucn.

j The bicycle investigation con con;
; con; ducted by council members Bill
Pinney revealed that every dol dollar
lar dollar collected in the compulsory
bike registration went to the
Gainesville treasury and not to
the University or its police de department,
partment, department, according to Clyatt.
If the funds went to the Cam Cam|
| Cam| pus Police, Clyatt said, that
! department could better protect
bicycles than it can under the
present system.
City Gets Money
The University merely conducts
the registration for the city of
| Gainesville, Clyatt explained. The
| reasoning is that the bicycles ar e
; ridden in the cjty, therefore the
city is entitled to the money.
It is a fact that bicycles stay
on campus most of the time,
Clyatt said.
The surveys, begun last month,
hav e received cooperation from
the Gainesville Chamber of Com Commerce.
merce. Commerce. Members of the council
meet monthly with that group.
The College Inn was surveyed
several weeks ago, while future
targets include off-campus recre recreational
ational recreational facilities such as bowling
alleys and movie theaters.
Records of students complaints
are being put on permanent file.
Reports of progress are sched scheduled
uled scheduled for publication as soon as
they come in, Clyatt said.
Rehabilitation Group
To Wrap Up Study
Thirty-two rehabilitation coun counselors
selors counselors from seven southern states
are to wind up a five-day counsel counseling
ing counseling institute today.
They discussed new concepts in
rehabilitation and reveiwed the
results of certain research and
- demonstration projects.
The use of rehabilitation facili facilities
ties facilities is a more effective relation relationship
ship relationship with the vocational rehabili rehabili|
| rehabili| tation process was also studied.

Faculty
Fallout
SEE PAGE 4

Six PageiThis Edition

Bloc Holds Up
Through Low
Slate Offices
By GARY PEACOCK
Gator Staff Writer
Bob Park swept the student
body presidential election by a
three-to-one margin over his op opponent
ponent opponent while the United Party
won all but two positions in the
spring elections Thursday.
A planned fraternity bloc be behind
hind behind Bob Parks did not hold as I
Uniteds Park drew an unofficial
3.889 votes to his opponents 1,-
302.
Only journalism executive coun council
cil council candidate Bill Ade and phy physical
sical physical education Honor Court can candidate
didate candidate Hank Merrill beat out
United Party candidates.
The proposed constitutional re revisions
visions revisions passed by a count of J,-
511 to 647.
United vice president candidate
Allen Poole polled 3,169 votes to
unaffiliated candidate Jackson
Brownlees 1,662.
Secretary treasurer candidate
Bob Perry polled 3,671 votes to
his write-in opponent. Bob Kreim Kreimers
ers Kreimers 667.
Uniteds unopposed chancrllc."
candidate Gavin OBrien
rrotMv-
ed 3,7p3 votes while United cV- 1-
candidate Dave Stanley polled n
324. His write-in opponent Jon i
Johnson received 562.
In the board of student publico-;
tions race United Candida!;
Marybeth Gilfillan (3,3681, Dave
Levy (3,446) and Homer Spence
(3,385) beat Gene Brown (1,3111,
! Sam Saxon (1.285) and Virginia
jZirkel (1,285).
Unopposed for president and
vice president of the Lyceum
'Council, Carol Fonda and Julie
Thordarson won with little effort.
: United members also elected to
! the council were Harold Aider Aiderman,
man, Aiderman, Ken Clark, Charlie Mil Milford,
ford, Milford, and Jo Ann Wood.
Other winners were
Agriculture: Bill Nelson and
Austin Tilton, executive council
and Ken Henderson, Honor Court.
Architecture: Dick Medlin and
Cleveland Weller, executive coun council.
cil. council.
Arts and Sciences: Jerry. Alde Alder,
r, Alder, man, Clayton Corbin, Fred Ma Mabry,
bry, Mabry, Guy fltrayhom, and Tim
Wilson, executive council and
Dick Adams, Honor Court.
Business Administration: La Lai
i Lai Shon Strilla, Bill Weller, and Ben
i Zimmerman, executive council
* and Don Baldwin, Honor Oourt.
Education: Elleh Bom, Ginny
Empey, Joy Monaco, and Mary
Stainton, executive council and
Frank McCann, Honor Oourt.
Engineering: 00-endorsed by
the Benton Engineering Council,
Bob Gammon, John Good ling,
Jim Kidd, and Jack Pendray;
executive council.
Forestry: Unopposed candidate
Edwin C. Irons, executive council.
Health and related services:
Jo Stanley, executive council.
Journalism: Unaffiliated candi candidate
date candidate Bill Ade edged Uniteds
Brian Ellis, 44 to S 3.
Law: Unopposed candidates
Jim Adams, Charlie Barnes, and
Dominick Salfi, executive coun council.
cil. council.
Medicine: Charles Kottmeler,
executive council.
Nursing: Marilyn Cox and Bev
Hooten, executive council, unop unopposed.
posed. unopposed.
Pharmacy: Bill Morgeson. ex executive
ecutive executive council; and Myrle Hen Henry.
ry. Henry. Honor Court.
Physical Education: United
Del Moser and Glen Rose, exec
council seats; ua^ffniate*
Merrill, Hono Court.
Freshman: Executive Council
Shell Clyatt, Earl Corner, Dck
Dandurand, Hank Haesaker. Mae
Melvin, Franklin Ritch, Ahmed
Rodriques, Ann Rothenberg. Joel
Sachs, Nancv Sue Wilson. Honor
Court. Don Bode and Tom Mar Marchese.
chese. Marchese.
SoDhomores: Executive Council
Steve Alomer Harry Delcher. John
Flvnn. Boh Gianninf, Ronald Gra Gralin.
lin. Gralin. Svlvia Hardawav Tom Moore.
Anita Otto. Aaron Rover. Honor
Court, Don Anchors, Mike Jamie Jamieson.
son. Jamieson.
The referendum on ROTC pro-
Dosals came out 2.111 to 588 for
voluntary. 952 to 1.050 for compul compulsory.
sory. compulsory. and 635 to 90ft for voluntary
for reservist 4 -.



THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR, Friday, April 8, 1960

Page 2

RELIGIOUS CENTER NEWS

Wesley Group to Feature
Frost's Play for Easter

By LINDA HAMEL
Gator Religious Editor
Robert Frosts play, A Masque
of Reason, will be presented by
the Wesley drama group as an
observance of Easter in the chap chapel
el chapel of the Wesley Foundation at 7
p.m. Sunday.
The Sunday night supper at 6
precedes the play.
Activities at other religious cen centers
ters centers are
BAPTIST: Baptist students will

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tion, selection, he makes the All-
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he chooses his underwear. |
He knows you can do
most anything in Jockey
skants brief. Jockey
skants are cut high at the %
sides, low at the waist, and
tailored of stretch nylon to
provide maximum comfort
with minimum coverage. \
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sports, for travel, for com comfort
fort comfort in any pursuit. Your
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journey to Leesburg this week weekend
end weekend for a state spring retreat.
Election of state officers will take
place at the retreat. The BSU
here has nominated Shirley Wynn
for social director and Joyce
Maurer for state secretary.
Medley for Christ Is the topic
of the student conducted service
Tuesday at the BSU. Davis Led Ledbetter
better Ledbetter and Shirley Wynn will di direct
rect direct the service. Janice Sher Sherritze
ritze Sherritze will be soloist.

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EPISOOPAL: Anyone interest interest:ed
:ed interest:ed can hear Dr. Robert S. Glen,
of the department of psychiatry,
speak on the Psychiatric View
of Man, Friday evening at 8 at
the Episcopal Student Center.
Holy Week services at the
ESC will include Holy Communion
Monday and Tuesday at 7 a.m.
and Wednesday and Thursday at
5 p.m. Good Friday Meditation
will take place at 8 p.m. On
Easter Sunday Holy Communion
will be at 8:30 and 11 a.m.
* *
HILLEL: Our Foreign Policy
is the topic for discussion on this
Sunday's program after the
brunch from 11 to 12:30. Dr.
Frederick Hartmann, professor of
political science will be speaker.
A celebration of Passover be begins
gins begins Monday, April 11, at 6 p.m.
at the Hillel Foundation. Regular
services will be held Friday night
at 7:30.

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| On the Beach and the double
feature, Griebi and Kiss for a
Killer, are on tap for viewing in
local theatres this weekend.
, At the Florida. On the Beach
I stars Gregory Peck and Ava Gard Gard|ner
|ner Gard|ner as a couple with a hopeless
love affair.
Fred Astaire is a frustrated sci scientist
entist scientist and Tony Perkins is a
young married man who must tel]
the women he loves to will her herself
self herself and their baby.
Jean Gabin, popular French ar artist,
tist, artist, stars in Grisbi at the State
through Saturday. This story of
the underworld is on the same
bill with Kiss for a Killer, a
romantic comedy that comes to
include homicide.
Midnight movie at the State is
The Blob, story of a thing
from outer space that starts as a
small gelatinous substance and
grows, feeding itself on human
bodies.
It is filmed in blood-curdli.ig
color.
Beginning at the Florida Sun Sunday
day Sunday is Sink the Bismark.
At the State Sunday is another
double feature, The Rookie,.
and Blood and Steel.

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Derby Day to Flank Football

By JACKIE OQI IN
Gator Society Editor
Another busy weekend is in
store for the Greeks, and domi dominating
nating dominating the activities will be two
large annual affairs-Sigma Chi
: Derby and the Phi Delt-Sigma
Vu football game.
Sigma Chit will usher in their
weekend with a spring rush party
ionight for The;*
Will decorate the traditional Sig Sigrra
rra Sigrra Chi Derby hate to the music
of hi-fi.
main events of Derby
weekend will begin Saturday at
1 p.m. wi a ear parade
Broward where the events
of the Derby will take place.
Eight novelty contests will be
participated In by representa representative*
tive* representative* of each sorority.
Spirit among the vying groups
runs high as t v each endeaver
to upset the record of the Delta
Gammas, won the Derby
last year by winning 3even of the
events.
Radio station WGGG will broad broadcast
cast broadcast the presenting of the awards
Saturde** night at 9 p.m. '*
Sigma Chi Derby Queen and her
Court will be announced at this
time. The Combo Kinys will
then tak for an open house
party at the Sigma Chi house.
* *
SPIRIT IS ALSO running high
between Phi Delta and Sigma
Nus as they anticipated their an annual
nual annual football clash Saturday. The
Sigma Nus will hold a pep rally
around a bonfire tonight to cre create
ate create the right mood fc the con contest,
test, contest, which will be at 10 Saturday
morning.
The two rivals will forget their
differences and party together
Saturday night at the Sigma Nu
house to the music of the Pyra Pyramids.
mids. Pyramids. Dress will be informal.
Pikes and RDs will socialize
tonight at a shrimp and bever beverage
age beverage party. Casual dancing in
the Pike basement ill follow
the social.

The new Pike Dream Girl is
Georgia Atkinson, who was an announced
nounced announced at the Pike Dream Girl
Dance recently. The court con coni
i coni sists of Liz Taylor, Patty Woods,
Sa v y pencer and Peggy Bindorf.
* *
AGR AF~ HOSTS this week weekend
end weekend annual Sout: ?ast prov provr
r provr of AGR Officers Train-'
School. Highlight of the weekend
. will be a banqu and semi-formal
dance Saturday night.
Chi Phis are 1) the mood fr
celebration, and they have de decided
cided decided to do so in observance of
the KTth anniversary of the
founding of the Pony Express
weekend.
An outing to a nearby lake for
a ski and dip party will be the
major eve of the celebration,
i followed by an outdoor steak dir dir
dir ner at dusk.
Delta Bigs will honor all -
the fraternlt cult'- advisor** at
a tea Sunday. Awards will be
presented to the faculty advis advis~-s
~-s advis~-s who have contributed the
most to particular fraternities
and to the fraternity system as
. a whole.
i Beta Theta Pis recently chose
nw members for their executive
council. Serving on the council
will be Ray Barbett, president;
Dave Ballard, vice-president, Ter Terry
ry Terry Jones, secretary; Dave Mar Mardrom,
drom, Mardrom, treasurer; Bemy McAd McAdams,
ams, McAdams, manager and Fred Weiss,
house manager.
U. S. Prestige
Rests on Sun
Sunshine may be the key to re rebuilding
building rebuilding the scientific prestige of
the United States if applied to
satellites solar research leaders
were told a* a UF solar energy
symposium recently.
J. I. Yellot, president of an
Arizona engineering firm doing
solar energy research, pointed out
the technological superiority of the
U. S. satellites emphasizing the
outstanding applications of
batteries foi power.
Florida, was cited as the only
state which makes any wide widespread
spread widespread use of solar water heating.
Although the method is available
| to all the states, for the past 40
j years, only residents of South
! Florida have used the methods.
Six-Man Group
To Study Japan
History professor John A. Har Harrison
rison Harrison has been appointed co-direc co-director
tor co-director of the six-man Committee on
Japanese Studies by the Associa Association
tion Association of Asian Studies.
Sponsored by a $136,000 Ford
Foundation grant, the committee
will direct a five-year study of
Jf pans development as a modern
society. Harrison will investigate
extra-legal institutions, such as
secret societies and patriotic pres pressure
sure pressure groups.
The first meeting of the group
will be this summer in Japan with
subsequent meetings in the United
States.
Organist Plays Bach
Organist Willie Bodine wi.l pre present
sent present a concert of music from the
17th and 20th centuries Tuesday
at 8:14 p.m. in University Audi Auditorium.
torium. Auditorium.
The program, sponsored by the
Faculty Concert Series is open
to the public and will include
selections from Bach, Franck,
Williams and Brahma.

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party at Keystone Heights 11
take place.
* m 8
TRI DELTAS AND Sigma Chis
will hold the annual Easter egg
hunt at Sunland Training Center
this Sunday.
Signv' us and Tri Delts will
socialize Wednesday night at the
Tri Delt hcuse.
AEPhis will hold an informal

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open house tonight at 9:30 honor honoring
ing honoring representatives from all the
AEPhi chapters in the South Southeastern
eastern Southeastern region. The delegates are
attending the AEPhi conclave
here.
New KD officers are Ann De Dezell,
zell, Dezell, president; Andy Abernathy,
vice-president; Joan VanAmadale,
secretary; Julie Thordason, treas treasurer:
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jbership memjbership chairman, and Pam Arm Armstrong.
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ties aororities into a ridiculous potpourri of
apple-dunking, egg-tossing, water waterfilled
filled waterfilled bal.oon throwing, and other
forms of such unladylike conduct.
Winning trophies while losing
dignity will be the order of the
day.
Originated 80 messy years ago
by the Sigs at the University of
California, this will be the Flor Florida
ida Florida chapters twelfth annual shin shindig.
dig. shindig.
Motorcade To Herald
A motorca~ at 1:30 Saturday
afternoon will herald the Derbys
aniva. as dozens of cars blare
their way from the fraternity house
to Broward Hall field.
Automobile
Club Rally
The April Sports Car Rally will
be presented by the UF Sports
Car Club on Sunday at 1 p m.
The rally, a time-distance exer exercise
cise exercise which requires the mainten maintenance
ance maintenance of an average speed over a
preset course, will depart from
the Administration building park parking
ing parking lot.
Any type of automobile may be
entered and the driver may run
the rally alone, although it is
preferable to have a navigator.
Dash plaques will be awarded to
those in the first three places.

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The track and neld mayhem will
use up the better part of the after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, as well as the strength and
poise of over a hundred coeds.
With the termination of the aft afternoons
ernoons afternoons bedlam, a hill will fol follow
low follow the storm.
Jam Session
Festivities will resume from tile
porch of the fraternity house at
8:30 with a 30-minute jam session
by the Combo Kings band
Trophy awards wiL follow. Thf
winners of the various field events'
will receive small derby statuettes.
The climax will be tile introduc introduction
tion introduction of the 1960 Derby Queen and
presentation of the overall Derby
trophy to the sorority earning the
most points.
Radio Coverage
Gainesville radio station WGGG e
mobile unit will be on hand to
cover the awarding.
The open house dance will wind
up the evening.
Queen candidates and their so sororities
rorities sororities are: Judy Heim, AOPi;
Nan White-brook, AEPhi; Barbara
Ewing, SK; Becky Brice, ZTA;
Joan Sharp, AXO; Nancy Wake Wakefield,
field, Wakefield, KD: Karolyn Bagg, tri-
Delt Scottie McCormick, ChiO;
Adele Mosk. DPhiE; Betty Lou
Vandegrift. PW Mu; Babs Stein Steinhauser,
hauser, Steinhauser, DG; and Virginia SeTher,
ADPi.

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SNAKES ALIVE!!No understatement as five UF
coeds in the Sigma Chi Derby Queen contest at Silver
Springs get acquainted with a Springs resident. The
new queen will be announced at the Sigma Chi house
Saturday night following Derby. Left to right, are
Barbara Ewing, SK; Babs Steinhauser, DG; Karolyn
Bagg, Tri-Delt; Becky Brice, ZTA, and Nancy Wake Wakefield,
field, Wakefield, KD.

Leftist Traits Cited
In Report to Board

(Continued from P&ge ONE)
justice typical of a liberal of
Dr. Havighursts form of liberal liberality
ity liberality to use the term pressures in
reference to his not coming to
Gainesville.
Haythome said he most cer certainly
tainly certainly does not believe the
Board or Dr. Reitz pressured
Havighurst.
It would seem more a deci decision
sion decision of integrity established after
an evaluation of facts brought to
his attention, not previously
known and usually not available
through regular academic cir circles,
cles, circles, Haythome said.
Subversive Record
Haythome said Havighurst has
a record in subversive or front fronttitle
title fronttitle organizations.
He said the activities have been
deemed subversive by the House
Un-American Activities Commit Committee
tee Committee and the California Legisla Legislative
tive Legislative Un-American Activities Com Committee.
mittee. Committee.
Communist or pink organi organizations
zations organizations use these front groups
like prairie dog holes, Hay Haythome
thome Haythome said. This country is
webbed with prairie dog holes
for these front organizations to
keep popping up.
Havighursts background is list listed
ed listed in a book compiled by Circuit
Riders. Inc. It is a compilation of
public records of 6,000 educators
in U. S. colleges, universities and
theological seminaries.
Trio to Renlqee
AfeKlfeeh* K(,lf
The annual UF Architecture
Fair will not be presented this
year according to American In Institute
stitute Institute of Architects Chapter pres president
ident president Bill Wedemyer.
According to Wedemyer. the
fair Mill not be staged because it
lacks educational benefit to the
students and a great amount of
time is required to build the ex exhibits
hibits exhibits and set up the fair
The AIA is planning a field tnp,
to be called the Architecture
Home Show, to the west coast of
Florida. April 18-21. The trip will
include Clearwater, Tampa, St
Peter.burg, Sarasota and sur surrounding
rounding surrounding area.
Lailich Appointed
Dr Roy E. Letiich, director of
recreation curriculum at UF, has
been appointed to the National Ad Advisory
visory Advisory Committee on Recreation
Research of the National Recrea Recreation
tion Recreation Association.

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signing an appeal for amnesty for j
jailed Communist Party leaders
convicted under the Smith Act'
(Daily Worker. 1952); a founder
of the Emergency Civil Liberties j
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from the National Committee to
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tims Victims (Daily Worker, 1953).

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THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR, Friday April S, 1960

CAMPUS CALENDAR

CONTINUOUS EVENTS
Fan American Day exhibits
may be a iew ed at the UF Li Library
brary Library and the Florida Union.
A Fun N Study of Mexico,
sponsored by the Florida Union,
will combine sightseeing and
recreation in a twelve-day ex excursion
cursion excursion starting June 5. Reser Reservation
vation Reservation dateline is May ft.
.Miss Camp Wauburg candi candidates
dates candidates must sign up before April
16 in Room 315 of the Florida
Union.
Movie: "Seminole will be
placing at Tolbert Hall at 8 to tonight
night tonight and Saturday.
Movie: Hell and High Wa Water

Ex-Chancellor, Prcxy To Speak at Installation

Circuit Judge William A. Herin
of Miami will be guest speaker
at the installation banquet for in incoming
coming incoming student bodv officers.
Apri. 26,
Herin is the only Florida Alum Alumnus

ter Water win be the feature at Hie
Florida Union tonight at 7 and
9 and Saturday at 9.
Mosle: The Hunters is the
movie at Hume Recreation Hall
tonight at 7 and 9:15 and Sat Saturday
urday Saturday at 8.
TODAY
A Party wiU be held In John Johnson
son Johnson Lounge of the Florida Union
at 7:80 p.m. for those going on
the Nassau trip.
Tickets may be obtained at
th Hub Information Booth or
at the door for the International
Week Talent Show being held
in University Auditorium at 8
p.m.

nus Alumnus v'ho has served as both chan chancellor
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judge in the Circuit Court of the
Eleventh Judicial Circuit since
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Danger! Faculty Fallout

The University lost a potential pro professor
fessor professor this week because of his liberal
views.
Dr. Robert J. Havinghurst, educa education
tion education professor and authority on the
problems of the aged at the Univer University
sity University of Chicago, Tuesday turned down
a UF teaching post because he was
pressured,
Somebody didnt like the mans
views on politics, civil liberties and
integration.
University of Chicago sources told
the Chicago Daily News Tuesday var various
ious various organizations and persons in
Gainesville put pressure on Having Havinghurst
hurst Havinghurst to stay away.
A group of Gainesville and Orlan Orlando
do Orlando women apparently decided it was
their moral obligation to the tender,
impressionable minds at the UF to
reveal Havinghursts record. So they
prepared a report for the Board of
Control citing Havinghursts leftist
tendencies.
We dont intend to argue the mans
communist, leftist, socialist, integra integrationist
tionist integrationist or any other name game ten tendencies.
dencies. tendencies. The problem goes much
deeper than this.
Faculty conditions at the UF are
demoralizing. Dont rock the boat is
thp word of the day for the faculty
here.
Being hired and fired by America-
Firsters and witch-hunting flag wav wavers
ers wavers doesnt boost morale. Wed like to
know what effect the recommenda recommendation
tion recommendation of the ladies had on the Board of
Control.
This should not be construed, how however,

Don't Let It Happen Again

The repercussions from Thursdays
election fiasco will be felt long after
the last absentee ballot is counted
and final protest petition ig filed with
the Honor Court.
The all-time low of political mor morality
ality morality reached on campus this week
left students, faculty and administra administration
tion administration with a disgusting impression of
our student government system.
The only humourous point in the
otherwise tragic election came when
Bob Parks, the independent Sigma
Nu presidential candidate, insisted
that his name not be associated with
the gooning and fraudulent poop

PERIHELION II

Hails Reitz Treeing of Faculty'

By DAVE LEVY
Former Alligator Editor
It re refreshing and hearten heartening
ing heartening to see the University presi president
dent president has come out in support
of limited political participa participatory
tory participatory by faculty members.
As reported in this column
many weeks ago, UF President
Dr. J. Wayne Reitz has long
been in favor

. LEVY

of such a
move.
But he was
determined to
make no pub public
lic public announce announcement
ment announcement of his
position until
and unless he
Was placed in
ap oa 11 io n
where it be became
came became absolute-

ly necessary.
And he was placed in such
a position by the decision of
Brooks Jones to run for public
office..
I o
THE PRESIDENT has pri-
consulted with Board of
Control members concerning a
relaxation of the present ban
against faculty political partici participation.
pation. participation.

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Editorials

ever, however, as a criticism of any Gainesville
organizations usually identified as
being M America-Firstersspecifical-
ly, specifically, the American Legion or DAR. We
have no evidence of recorded opposi opposition
tion opposition to Havinghursts employment by
either of the two groups.
If organization was involvedand
certainly there was some centralized
effort on the part of the Gainesville
and Orlando women who compiled the
information sent to the Boardit was
apparently not sanctioned by these
groups.
We hope the fact Havinghurst was
apparently approached to accept the
UF post means the report was of no
consequence to both Board members
and UF administrators.
The effects of do-gooders and self selfappointed
appointed selfappointed saviors of UF students are
becoming painfully obvious. After Aftereffects
effects Aftereffects of legislative investigations in
the past two years need little expla explanation.
nation. explanation.
Announcement of plainclothes in investigators
vestigators investigators on campus clinched the
argument. One political science pro professor
fessor professor says the UF and Florida State
have been academically blacklisted
because of the police state atmosphere
that has enveloped the academic com communities
munities communities of the two state universities.
Its time we stopped hedging the
issue and gave the academic backbone
of the UF a long steady gaze.
The truth hurts. But so does the re reputation
putation reputation of a potentially great state
university that lost its chance fn the
1960s because new faculty shied from
the state line and the blacklisted uni universities.
versities. universities.

sheets distributed on campus, and the
other questionable campaign tactics
employed by his supporters.
The way we see it, either Parks is
one of the most unscrupulous candi candidates
dates candidates ever to run for SG office, or he
is one of the most ignorant.
But the important thing now is for
Bob Park and his new administration
to pick up the pieces and regain the
respect of the University community
for our student government.
The first step should be the passing
of a series of new election laws to in insure
sure insure that the campus will never see a
recurrence of the past campaign.

The Board has reportedly
told Reitz it will not oppose a
repeal of the regulation.
In fact, it can safely be said
that the Board, as a result of
requests from Reitz and the
local chapter of the American
Association of University Pro Professors,
fessors, Professors, is getting ready to an announce
nounce announce a revision of the rule.
* *
IT WILL ALLOW faculty
members to run for local, part parttime
time parttime office, such as school
board, etc., but will still place
certain limitations on seeking
major political office while a
member of the faculty.
I feel the President is also
opposed to certain other re restrictive
strictive restrictive regulations on the fac faculty.
ulty. faculty. This might well include
the ban on a husband and wife
team from both being employed
at the same time by the Uni University.
versity. University.
But here again, as with the
political participation ban, the
President will not reverse his
position unless placed in a posi position
tion position where he must take a
stand.
Only the AAUP is currently
strong enough to bring about
such a stand.

Friday, April 8, 1960

It therefore seems that the
AAUP will have to continue its
efforts toward improving fac faculty
ulty faculty rights in a forthright, vig vigorous
orous vigorous manner if it expects to
gain the objectives it seeks.

NOTES ON A SHABBY
CUFF: Most humorous student
election poop sheet of the week
depicted candidates for Lyceum
Council announcing they had a
purpose and a plan. But no
purpose or plan could be found
listed on the sheet, unless we
consider the urge to get elect elected.
ed. elected. ..
* *
.... To Frank Karel, author
of Karels Kareenings, who
asked last week if all law stu students
dents students were in favor of closed
Honor Court trials. . .the an answer
swer answer is in the negative, but I
dont think we would win an
election on it, Frank. .

.... And to all the candi candidates.
dates. candidates. As of this writing, I dont
know who won. but it was a
good campaign and I hope
everyone, win or lose, will pitch
in and help make student gov government
ernment government a continued success
next year.

THE FLAIL

Discusses 'Blue Jacket' Government

By JOHN MILLER
* I have been asked why I
havent written anything about
the campus political scene.
In answer, I know nothing'
about the campus political
scene. To satisfy yourself, re refer
fer refer you to other writers who
know nothing about the campus
political scene. They have been
writing most copiously upon the
subject.
I HAVE BEEN asked why I
hate the Campus Police so
much. I have also been asked
why I hate the Campus Police
so little. I do not hate the
Campus Police. I hate my
great-uncle Sterkley. who al always
ways always wore a blue suit, and this
is a transference.
While we i on the subject.
You will probably have assumed
that behind this print lies
a man whose toes have been
stepped on at some time by the
Campus Police. Precisely.
*
HOWEVER, OF MALTCE
there is none because the guilt
lay with me. Yoi, how it lay with
me! My gripe is with the at attitude
titude attitude of a small few who have
Expressed themselves in manner
uncouth and ill-advised from
time to time.
Illustration, Did you know the
Blue Jackets run this campus?
Yes, they do; one of them told
me. Informing me of the il illegality
legality illegality of a physical education

THE TOP DRAWER

Feels 'Tension' Cause of Arms Race

By FRED FROHOCK
In TCius Spake Zarathusta,"
the ebullient Nietzsche stated,
"Man shall be trained for war
and woman for the recreation
of the warrior. All else is folly."
It is a. very poetic statement,
of course. But

the poetry
turns mto very
bad prose
when one con considers
siders considers 2 oth
century war
in the atomic
age, where the
old problems
of humble
man and om omnipotent
nipotent omnipotent God

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have yielded FROHOCK
to the uncomfortable spectacle
of omnipotent man and at
best apathetic God.
At the moment, Geneva,
Switzerland, is the site for the
latest in a series of disarma disarmament
ment disarmament conference attempts to
deal with the new type of war warfare.
fare. warfare.
All of the rest so far have
failed to be really effective.
* #
IN 1923, FIVE nations agreed
to a shallow sort of reduction
of warships in effect, the
scrapping of worn-out vessels.
Later, in 1928, they were joined
by ten other nations who with
a solemnity that approached
the absurd renounced war
as an instrument of national
policy.
Eleven short years later, of
course, Hitlers Third Reich
rolled across Poland.
Why the failure of disarma disarmament
ment disarmament conferences? Basically,
because a principle of interna international
tional international relations is generally ig ignored
nored ignored bv those hoping for the
miraculous and sudden trans transformation
formation transformation of swords back into
plowsharfflto That is, armaments
are the results, not the causes,
of tension.
*
IN SIMPLE TERMS, as ten tension
sion tension between nations intensifies,
so does the arms race: as ten tension
sion tension decreases, so then do the
arms. The paradox in this
readily-apparent axiom is that

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instructors directing her class
to park in a certain area. I was
told: "The phys. ed. department
doesn't n this campus. We
do!
* *
*0: YOU THOUGHT those
people over in the Administra Administration
tion Administration Building .were in power,
you? They are what is
known as a "front. A large
portion of them even honestly
believe they have authority:
several deans, the president,
etc.
Dreamers, everyone of them.
Fine people, true, who have
served us with many a laugh
and tear. But deluded as to their
position. Sad
You have probably noticed
many of the Blue Jackets fol follow
low follow the emblem of good old
U. S. and A. justice to the last
letter. Justice, as you know', is
depicted as being blindfolded.
This is to show impartiality.
But they dont know that. And
so w-e get "The rules say. .
which isnt impartiality; it's
short-sightedness.
* *
RULES AND LAWS are guides,
not infallibilities. Otherwise,
what need for trial? Just exe execute
cute execute the law. In an institution
were the unfortunate rule of
thumb must be memorize the
facte, it is unfortunate that the
memorized rule must be given
no common sense meditation.

the only time sufficient motiva motivation
tion motivation exists for a real attempt
at disarmament is when arms
are dangerously high the pre precise
cise precise time when tension is also
high and agreement is hardest
to reach.
If and when the United States
and Russia agree to an effec effective
tive effective arms reduction, you may
be sure that a base of reduced
tension will underlie the agree agreement.
ment. agreement.
Today, however, we may toss
in two other important factors
affecting disarmament confer conferences.
ences. conferences. A very real fear of
atomic war, and the increased
force of so-called world public
opinion as especially manifested
in underdeveloped countries.
* *
THERE IS A HESITATION on
the part of nations to use atomic
war as an actual part of for foreign
eign foreign policy. For one thing, it
is very difficult to estimate the
outcome because of the com complex
plex complex nature of the new weapon weaponry.
ry. weaponry.
This uncertainty makes al almost
most almost impossible the traditional
calculated risk of war: whether
the attainment of an objective
is worth the danger of defeat.
In fact, the only real certain certainty
ty certainty now seems to be that vast
destruction awaits even a vic victor.
tor. victor.
Because of this, the United
States and Russia would have
reason now to curtail an arms
race that would almost certainly
lead to a Germany and China
armed with atomic' weapons
with all the resulting additional
hazards.
* *
THE HUMANISTIC ELE ELEMENTS
MENTS ELEMENTS in a world made small
by improved communication al also
so also exert a force for cessation
of atomic bomb testing. As
these areas are frequently the
so-called underdeveloped coun countries
tries countries not wholly committed to
East or West, the importance
of appearing noble and good be becomes
comes becomes vital to both Russia and
the United States.
What effort these factors and
others will have on the present
Geneva talks remains to be
seen.

Yet, in almost every depart department
ment department and official nook and
cranny of this institution, the
student is met by blank-faced
indifference many times, and
any rules that were laid down as
a. guide to the thousands to be
interpreted for the individual.
And there. I think, we come
to the only reason for not point pointing
ing pointing a malice-filled finger at any
one group. Carrrpus Police or
any other.
* *
AT A TIME when the hue and
cry for progressive thought is
being raised from every throat,
the timeless mustiness of at attitude
titude attitude that stifles
and progress aits about us on its
complacent platitudes and
quotes chapter and verse from
the rules.
"Yes, well, we almost never
make an exception. . has
become a phrase that has tak"
on an almost ritualistic pr'
in the minds of- -seiors, ad advisors,
visors, advisors, and the like.
Two words may well 'be
dropped from all campus vo vocabularies
cabularies vocabularies for all the good they
do: Petition and Appeal. You
see? You laughed, too.
Next time we'll take a look at
some possible reasons for these
two terms becoming meaning meaningless.
less. meaningless. In the meanwhile, if you
have an appointment with a
musty outlook, just as a reac reaction-tester,
tion-tester, reaction-tester, break the ice with
How'ya fixed for exceptions?

One thing is certain. The old
wives tale of a generation cap capable
able capable of destroying itself rings
entirely too true right now
folly be damned.

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Letters to the Editor
Likes Cheesecake in Its Place
I. being a normal warm-blood- lege newspapers and I have not
ed college boy, enjoy seeing pic- found one which is so exuberant
tures of pretty girls in the Alii- in showln off lts coeds
gator, but I think that cheese- True, every one of your mo mocake
cake mocake has its place and this dels has all the qualities of a
place is not in the upper left photogenic display, but there
hand comer of the front page. is a place for everything
I have read a few other col- Alan Peters
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THE TALE or a strange, yet
magnificent killer accent* LIFE
this week.
Robert Stroud shot, a bartend bartender
er bartender to death in Alaska in 1909.
He fatally knifed a guard in
1916 He has lived ince then
in solitary confinement. He is
defiant.
But. Robert Stroud is also a
brilliant, self-taught (scientist
who appears the victim of the
personal enmity of iie U. 8.
Director of Prisons.
For 50 years the convict has
lived alone in prison mostly
in illegal solitary confinement.
Instead of going insane, he
studied l4, 16 sometimes 20
hours a day. He has resisted
all efforts to break him.
A poignant LIFE? article in includes
cludes includes the writing by Stroud
himself:
I do not want you to get the
idea that Stroud ig in any sense
a hero or a genius. He is neith neither.
er. neither. He is . .a criminal, a mur murderer,
derer, murderer, a man who has done
many terrible things and has
suffered terrible punishments.
He is a pronounced egotist.
The one outstanding thing about
him is that he has . always
fought against heartbreaking
odds and without the advantages
of preparation for the battle of
life. So . though Stroud is
as devoid of conventional morals
as a chicken is of teeth, his
story contains one great moral
lesson. Man can die, but he can
never be a slave until he him himself
self himself accepts slavery.
* *
THE SEXY BATHING suit*
you once had to travel to Day Daytona
tona Daytona to enjoy are now being
worn to bed. Some skinny
young ladies reveal for the read readers
ers readers edification the latest in
feminine fashion. Its the Bikini
nightgown. A few crinkles and
ruffles mark the only difference
between boudoir and beach. The
article, well illustrated, is most
enjoyable but written either by a
sour husband or a fat woman.
The first sentence reads, The
last thing an enterprising design designer
er designer of sleepwear wants to design
is a nightgown that looks like a
nightgown.
* *
RAGGED BLACKS MOURN
their South African dead as
LIFE shows the race war in ita

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most tragic facet. The teed iff*
tide begins with a solemn, an angry
gry angry photo ot the mass burial of
34 Negro victims of African po police.
lice. police.
Then LIFES Foreign News
Editor, Gene Farmer, sketches
three centuries of Afrikan his history
tory history in an objective article
which outlines the inevitability
of todays bloody clashes.
Its not hard for Southerners
to understand. The Afrikaners
and apartheid seem almost a
bitter carricature of Dixie and
segregation.
*
ANY HONEYMOONING EN ENGINEER
GINEER ENGINEER right now has got to
go to Niagra Falla. And every everyone
one everyone else who wants to see the
water fall better get there quick
because some screwy Slap Slapstick
stick Slapstick mechanics are tearing the
place to pieces.
Theyve already dag and dyn dynamited
amited dynamited 150-foot holes in the
ground near the Falls. And the
holea are five miles long. When
they finish playing their fright frightening
ening frightening little fun-games, the en engineers
gineers engineers threaten to reroute al almost
most almost half the Niagra P-iver
through the long holes. Something
to do with generating electricity.
By treaty with Canada," LIFE
says, enough river will remain
to insure the falls spectacular
curtain.
Great. They left us half. Prob Probably
ably Probably because the Benton Engi Engineering
neering Engineering Society isnt yet strong
enough internationally.
**
BEAUTY REARS A lovely
head again in this weeks LIFE.
This time the excuse is a movie
called Five Branded Women.*
It has something to do with
World War II and Yugoslavians
who shave the heads of women
who collaborate with the
Nazis. But the details are un unimportant.
important. unimportant. Itg the ideas that
count. And the cover is a great
idea.
* *
THATS LIFE, APRIL 11.
1960. Note: Subtle hints ore
being dropped. Too crass.
but did you know that inner innerdirected
directed innerdirected people read LIFE
MAGAZINE?



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Recently released figures from
Registrar R. S. Johnson show as
lasi year's record enrollment, 11,-
123, increased to 11,363, the fe female
male female percentage dropped to 26
per cent or 3.8 males per fe female.
male. female.
University College leads all
schools in enrollment with 4,734.
Upper division colleges rank Arts
and Sciences first in enrollment
with 1,334 students.
placing Engineering, Educa Education
tion Education falls into second place with
1,072. Now in third place, Engin Engineering
eering Engineering with 999 students. Other
c je rank: Business Adminls Adminlstion,
tion, Adminlstion, 493; Agriculture, 363; Arch Architecture,
itecture, Architecture, 307; Pharmacy, 135;
Journalism, 128; Physical Educa Education,
tion, Education, 123; Nursing 74; Forestry,
55, and Health Related Services,
44.
Both graduate professional
schools, Law and Medicine, show
increases. Law increased by nine,
to a total of 305 and Medicine
added 37 for a total of 182.
The number of graduate stu students
dents students has dropped from 1,574 to
1,210, decreasing 364 students.

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Personnel Robert C. Beaty is shown in his office,
decked by pictures of the student body presidents who
have served during his 35 years tenure at the Uni University.
versity. University. He is changing jobs in July.

Beaty Terms SG Campaign
'Unstable, Mild and Cold'
By JIM MOORHEAD
Gator Staff Writer
Instability was the keynote of the campaign just passed, ac according
cording according to a man who's seen nearly 70 of them over the past 35
years.

Mild, too, said Dean of Stu Student
dent Student Personnel Robert C.r'fSeaty
in an interview Wednesday. Ive
seen campaigns on this campus
where it looked a s though it
would take a ten-ton truck to car carry
ry carry away all the literature.
And, many a one has been a
whole lot hotter, he added.
The white-haired dean, a fa familiar
miliar familiar campus figure since 1925
when he came here as assistant
secretary to the campus YMCA,
is changing jobs in July.
Leaving Present Position
He will give up hi s present
position, which he has held for
14 years with a seven-year inter interval
val interval as dean of men, to become
director of the loyalty fund for
the University of Florida Alum Alumni
ni Alumni Association.
He will close out a chapter in
his career in which he worked un under
der under four university presidents and
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three acting presidents, one that
witnessed the tenure of 37 differ different
ent different student body presidents.
Student Government Friend
The dean is a friend of student
government because down through
the years it has proved to him
what it can do.
Student government has done
much toward improving student
life apd activities here. It has
lurda hand in the development of
Che Florida Union, the swimming
pool, the band, Camp Wauburg,
WSA and the Mens Council, not
to mention a great many others,
he said.
He pointed to repeated instan instances
ces instances of student governments ef efforts
forts efforts to spread the word of the
University across the state, spe specifically
cifically specifically naming the Committee of
67 as a modem example.
He said the Dollars for Scholars
program (a student government
: undertaking), has done a great
deal to help this university and
cement closer relations with alum alumni.
ni. alumni.
In commenting on the latest
constitutiona 1 revision proposals,
he said they were the first major
proposals since 1939-40 when cab cabinet
inet cabinet offices were installed under
the president.
Student Leaders Cautioned
He cautioned student leaders to
avoided preoccupation with unim unimportant
portant unimportant aspects, thereby missing
what he called the real issues.
Standards of conduct in gov governing
erning governing student life are being over overlooked,
looked, overlooked, he said.
Pointing to the football ticket |
scandals of last fall, he said, In- j
tegrity in student ? life has not been
emphasized enough.

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Aided by Tutors
Seventy-six per cent of the stu students
dents students who were tutored by the
free tutoring society at the Flor Florida
ida Florida Union last semester passed
those courses, according to Society
President Ivan Diamond.
University college students made
up the bulk of the tutees although
a significant number of upper
classmen were helped.
Diamond said the courses giv giving
ing giving the students the most trou trouble
ble trouble are those involving mathemat mathematics
ics mathematics and sciences. He said this
follows a nation-wide trend toward
such subject matter since the
first sputnik made its eye*opening
ascension.
Fifty-five per cent of the stu students
dents students who took advantage of the
society last semester received
grades of C or better according
to Diamond.

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Sen. Kennedy Seeks UF Support

A group supporting Senator
John F. Kennedy for President
of the United States is being
formed on the University campus.
Senator Kennedy this week
named Dave Levy, law student
and a former

Alligator editor,
to head the stu student
dent student organiza organization.
tion. organization.
Kennedy is not
entered in the
Florida Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic primary.
He is expect expected,
ed, expected, however, to
j make a major
bid for support
from the Florida

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delegation when it Is released at
the convention by the states

THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR, Friday, April 8, IV6O

favorite son, Senator Geo rg e jnedv s outstanding candidacy,
Smathers. Levy said.
Our purpose shall be to gain We are not in any way op opaa
aa opaa much support as possible from posed to Senator Smathers as
the student body for Senator Ken-, Florida's favorite son, he added.

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THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR, Friday, April t, 1960

Page 6

Netters Host Hot Miami

By BILL BUUHALTEK
Alligator Sports Editor
Hurricane warnings are being
posted at the varsity tennis courts
aB the potent UF netters play
host to the Universityof Miami
this afternoon at 2 p.m.
The powerful magic city ten tennismen
nismen tennismen bring an impressive rec record
ord record to town. The Hurricanes hav e
blown past 61 consecutive op opponents
ponents opponents over a three-year period.
This spring. John Skogstad
and Roger McCormick provide
a strong coalition for the Canes. (
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who defeated >ucb worthies at
Presbyterian, Georgia Tech, and
Yale.
Slim Jim Shaffer, the pride and
joy of Florida tennis will match
strokes with Skogstad. Shaffer is
undefeated thus far while the tall
and talented Miamian has lost
only one match, a three-set af affair
fair affair to nationally-ranked Donald
Dell of Yale.
Both net aces have defeated i
two other nationally-ranked op opponents
ponents opponents in Georgia Techs Ned i

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,Neeiy and Presbyterian's Harry
Hoffman.
Two other undefeated Florida
netters. soph Art Surloff and
veteran Del Moser, could both
upset Miamis victory hopes.
Co-captain Roy Lang, sop
Cisco Montana, and lettemu
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gles singles post and teams with Roy Lang at the number
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SATURDAY M6RNING

Sigma Nu, Phi Delts
To Clash for Charity
By BUDDY MARTIN
Gator Assistant Sports Editor
Phi Delta Theta and Sigma Nu fraternities will square
off Saturday morning at 10 a.m. on Florida Field for
their 28th annual charity football game.

About 3 500 spectators are ex expected
pected expected to be on hand for t ie con contest,
test, contest, which will feature a num number
ber number of former high school stars
and wul be i layed undeT Florida
High School Athletic Assn, rules. <
.Teams will be wearing equip equipment
ment equipment furnished by the UF athletic j
department and proceeds from the
game will go to the J. Hilda Mil Miller
ler Miller Scholarship fund.
Tickets On Sale
Member* of both fraternities,
players, coaches, officials, and
other persons connected with the
charity clash are ad required to
buy tickets, which sell for 25
cent* apiece.
Sigma Nu has the edge on the
Phi Delts in games played in past
years, having won 14. The Phis
won the trophy 10 times, wthile
four contests have ended in a tie.
j The Snakes capitalized on a
Phi Delt fumble during the clos closing
ing closing seconds last year and won,
18-12.
Parrish Coaching
I Bernie Parrish, former Gator
i star halfback and now la defen defenj
j defenj sive for the Cleveland Browns, is
! head coach of the Snake eleven.
He is assisted by three UF var varsity
sity varsity gridders, Larry Travis, Tom
Batten, and Bob Hosack.
Vic Miranda i* bead coach for
the Blue Mirandas assistants,
also Gator varsity men. include:
Jack Jones. Jim Eadens, Pat
Patchen, Gene DeFiore. Paul
Vargecko, and Lawrin Gianata Gianatamore.
more. Gianatamore.
Starting Lineup*
Starting offensive lineup for the
SNs will probably be: ends, Gary
Miller and Randy Schwartz: tac-j
kies, Bob Lazenby and George;
Dykes; guards, Ken Smith and
Monte Trainer: center, Ernie
Crone; quarterback, Gay.e Dar Darvielle;
vielle; Darvielle; halfbacks. Kay Pearson,
and John Hasmer: and fullback.
Tcjm Pfleger.
Starters for Phi Delta Theta
offensive unit will be: ends. Bob
Fore, and EM Seay: tack.es. John
Barker, and Royce Hood or Ned
Johnston: guards Terry Young Youngblood
blood Youngblood and Wesley Dix: center,

Ed Thompson: quarterback, Jim
Manes: halfbacks, Harry Lee Al Aldan.
dan. Aldan. and Mickey Deekman; and
fullback. Nick Armeda.

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Gator Nine Seeks to Tame
Tigers in Vital SEC Series

By JARED LEBOW
Gator Sports Writer
Floridas league leading base- (
bailers, sporting a 4-0 record in
the Eastern Division of the South Southeastern
eastern Southeastern Conference begin a cru crucial
cial crucial two game series with the
powerful Auburn Tigers at Perry
Field this afternoon.
Both teams split two games this
past weekend. Florida with Mi Miami.
ami. Miami. and Auburn with Georgia
Tech.
Tech, who finished first in the
Eas ern Division last season and
the T with the Gators, are considered
the biggest threats to the local's
title hopes.
Smith To Sta rt
Righthander Ricky Smith, is ex expected
pected expected to get the starting assign assignment
ment assignment in today's contest. Smith,
who has appeared in six games, f
has a 1.19 ERA. best among UFi
moundsmen this spring.
Another righthander, Don Mc-
Creary or sophomore southpaw
1 C. W. Price will go in Saturday's
| contest. McCreary, who has a 2-0
record has been the Gators hard hardest
est hardest working pitcher thus far,
1 hurling 23 innings to date. Price
has a 1-1 mark, defeating Miami
in his last performance. Soph
righthander Dennis Aust is also
ready for relief purposes.
Tremendous batting success,
i will keynote Gator chances again-;
st the hungry Alabama Tigers, j
I Sensational sophomore first sack- \

er Ron Overcash and Coach Dave
Fuller's potent outfield head the
hitting list.
RICKEY SMITH ~
... Starting Pitcher

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Rightfl elder Don Fleming leads
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Sophomore Norbert Lado draws
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Tom Moore who was injured in
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Hustling catcher Paul Booher
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Leon Dorsett complete the lineup
for the Orange and Blue.
Righthander Allen Koch, a two
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hander lefthander Gene Boyd are expected to
hurl for Auburn.
Koch is considered one of th#
finest big league prospects in the
south and plays rightfleld when
not pitching. He is also Auburn
leading hitter.