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Full Text
Demonstrations
Hurt Everyone
SEE PAGE I

Volume 52, No. 47

Satchmo,
All Stars
Lose sss
Vocalist/ Drums
Give UF Thrill
Satchmo the greatest
performer seen at UF
lost money for Interfrater Interfraternity
nity Interfraternity Council and Dollars for
Scholars, according to IFCs
Steve Rinaldi.
Expecting to make a $6,000 prof profit
it profit on the Louis Armstrong jazz
concert Tuesday night, IFC turned
up with a deficit. The profit
would have been turned over to
Dollars for Scholars for the 9 to
1 match with federal funds.
Four thousand people attended
instead of the anticipated 7,000,
according to Rinaldi.
Rinaldi said that he doubted if
another IFC money-raising pro project
ject project would be sponsored this se semester
mester semester for Dollars for Scholars.
Gives Reasons
Intangibles were the cause
of the light attendance, according
to Rinaldi who mentioned night
classes, progress tests and the
governors race as possible
causes.
"We were counting on Arm Armstrong,
strong, Armstrong, said Barry V. Coleman,
chairman of the Dollars for Schol Scholars
ars Scholars drive, Nothing is scheduled
for this semester to replace the
expected returns from the jazz
concert.
Had Its Thrills
But the show had excitement
enough. Those who were there
got extra thrills when Velma
Middleton, a slightly overweight
vocalist, took to dancing and
jumping on the gym stage. The
zipper on her tight-fitting dress
popped open during her last spec spectacular
tacular spectacular leap.
When Danny Barcelona, Arm Armstrong's
strong's Armstrong's drummer, turned from
his conventional beat to a long longawaited
awaited longawaited solo rumble, the 4,000
demanded more and more" of him
also.


Stitt x
LOUIS ARMSTRONG, VELMA MIDDLETON .
Sing in Florida Gymnasium

TO BE CONTINUED
Name Ommission Caused
By Class Schedule Cost

Ommission of faculty names
from class schedule books will
be continued next semester be because
cause because of high printing costs, Re Registrar
gistrar Registrar R. S. Johnson revealed
Tuesday.
The schedule book was be becoming
coming becoming too large and costly and
the format had to be changed
he said.
Faculty names were deleted
because of the large number of
changes in faculty assignments
during and after printing.
Faculty course assignment is
a departmental matter, he said
and departments should have
course assignment lists.

Music Department Presents
Mendelssohn's Oratorio Elijah

The oratorio Elijah, by
Felix Mendelssohn, will be pre presented
sented presented by 300 singers and in instrumentalists
strumentalists instrumentalists in a two-night
production, Monday and Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday at 8:15, in the University
Auditorium.
The presentation, largest
spring concert of the Depart Department
ment Department of Music, will be the com combined
bined combined efforts of University stu students,
dents, students, faculty members and
Gainesville residents.
Soloists for the oratorio will
Jane Storrett, soprano,

iIkIMi I f t? it* ?\Y

I Pig - Muter Albert - Begin Chops - Exit Pork
f. . '' Ji ~
t > JWPWIBJ Wl.*"

NO REST FOR THE WEARY Albert Alligator,
in photo on left, lies amid the debris and remains of
what is presumed to have been a garmented pig, ap apparently
parently apparently placed in his pen as a prank sometime Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night or early Wednesday morning. A closeup of
other scattered remnants is at right. The condition of

AT EXEC. COUNCIL MEETING
SG Election Laws Group
To Propose New Controls

By KIRK CALLAHAN
Gator Staff Writer
Laws providing stronger election
controls will be presented to the
meeting by the student govern government
ment government election laws committee.
The proposed laws also include
an earlier qualified date for spring
election candidates, regulations on
placement and distribution of poop
and provisions for closed Elector Electoral
al Electoral Board hearings.
Exec Council Must Approve
The proposed legislation will
have to be passed by the Execu Executive
tive Executive Council before becoming law.
Headed by Ray Ferrero, the
Committee was created on April
20 by Joe Ripley, then UF stu student
dent student body president, to draft
legislation intended to prevent
re-occurrences of the undemo undemocratic
cratic undemocratic tactics which plagued
spring elections.

Faculty assignments printed in
the schedule book were not
very accurate and many depart departments
ments departments never submitted assign assignments,
ments, assignments, Johnson said.
In another effort to cut costs
separate catalogues for gradu graduates
ates graduates and undergraduates are be being
ing being published for next year.
The present catalogue costs
about $1 each, he said.
This semester's schedule book
without faculty listings had 62
pages, while first semesters
schedule with faculty names
contained 142 pages.

Gainesville voice teacher; Pa Patricia
tricia Patricia Glick, soprano, Gaines Gainesville:
ville: Gainesville: Catherine Martin, eontrsl eontrslto.
to. eontrslto. Gainesville; J. T. Rawlins,
tenor, Gainesville; and, in the
featured role of the prophet
Elijah, Mr. Guy Webb, instruc instructor
tor instructor of voice at the University.
Elwpod Keister of the Depart Department
ment Department of Music will direct.
A chorus of more than 290
voices and an accompaniment
of a 70 piece symphony orches orchestra
tra orchestra is also included in the pro program.
gram. program. .

Serving with Ferrero are Sid
Beaver, Honor Court Chancellor
Gavin OBrien, Paul Martin, Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of Interior Don Qohen,
Ralph Carey and sophomore Exe Executive
cutive Executive Council member Russell
Gray.
2-minute Time Limit
The proposed election controls
stipulate a two-minute limit for
voting booth use, pay and five fivehour
hour fivehour shifts for election officials,
and a minimum fine of $25 for
fraudulent voting.
(The present minimum fine, for
an election law violation is $5.)
Students who have voted wont
be allowed to remain within 100
feet of the polling areas. Any
student who attempts to hinder
the election process will be in
violation of the election laws.
The two minute limit on the
voting booths will be enforced at
the discretion of election offic official,
ial, official, Committee Co-chairman i
Don Cohen explained. This is to;
allow far students who may have!
some unusual handicap.^
Should Be Paid
The Committee believes offi officials
cials officials should be paid 75 cents an
hour and should work five hour
shifts. This will allow for unbiased
officials to be at the pools
throughout election hours, Cohen
said.
(In previous election, election
officials have been difficult to re recruit.)
cruit.) recruit.) 1
Keeping students who have
voted out of the polling areas
will help prevent a re-occurence
of voting line slow-ups which ham hampered
pered hampered spring election, he added.
Cohen explained that the pro proposed
posed proposed laws have set the quali qualifications
fications qualifications date for spring elec election
tion election candidates 20 days prior to
election day, because the sec secretary
retary secretary of the interior needs more
time to prepare a complete
ballot.
The proposed legislation pro provides
vides provides that Electorial Board hear hearings
ings hearings will be closed unless parties
going before the Board request a
public hearing.
Gator Staffer Present
(The Electoral Board hears
appeals from persons fined by the
secretary of interior for violating
election laws.)
Cohen said it is stipulated that
an Alligator reporter may at attend
tend attend a closed hearing but names
of accused person will be with withheld
held withheld unless found guilty by the
Board.
The revisions state that persons
wishing to vote in absentee win
have to request the secretary of
interior to send them a ballot 10
days prior to election day.
Presently, the secretary of in interior
terior interior is obligated to send bal ballots
lots ballots to UF students mteming out outside
side outside of Gainesville.
All absentee ballots will have
to be postmarked by midnight of
the second day before elections.
Cohen said students in the infir infirmary
mary infirmary will be expected from this
rule. Election officials will go to
the infirmary on election days, giv giving
ing giving absentee ballots to students
who wish to vote but are unable
to go to the polls.
Engineer's 801 l Tonight
Hos Underwater Theme
An Underwater Fantasy Is the
theme of the annual Engineers
Ball tonight from 8:80 p.m. to
12:89 a.m. in the Moose Hall.
Sponsored by the Benton En Engineering
gineering Engineering Council, the seml-for seml-formal
mal seml-formal dance Is open to the public.
The band Is the Ourr-Tunes.
Admission is $1.50 per couple.
Refreshments will be avail availah*
ah* availah*

University of Florida, GainesvilleFriday, May 6, 1960

the pig at the time it was placed inside the pen was
not known, nor was the identity of the perpetrators of
the trick. Albert is believed to be responsible for the
mutilation of his uninvited guest. (Photo by Myron
Persoff).

Proposed Regulations
The proposed regulations on
placement and distribution of poop
provide that:
1. Posters can't be placed on
the inside, outside or on the
ceilings of buildings.
2. Only masking tape can be
used to post poop.
3. Only Cloth, plastic or paper
banners can be hung over ce cement
ment cement walkways or roadways.
4. No poop may be placed in
message boxes in resident halls.
5. Political rallies may be held
only in University Auditorium or
the Plaza of the Americas.
6. No door-to-door campaign campaigning
ing campaigning will be allowed in resident
halls after 11 p.m.
7. No men will be allowed in
the womens resident hall areas
between closing time and 6 a.m.
(The off limits area is bound
by Inner Drive and Radio Road
on the north and south and 13th
Street and Newell Drive on the
east and west.)
8. Each party is responsible
to remove its poop 48 hours af after
ter after the polls close.
In the past, poop posting regu regulations
lations regulations have been agreed upon by
party chairmen, th e secretary of
interior, the hall resident staff,
anc H. K. McClelland, assistant
dean of men.

Two Students Booked
On Petit Theft Charge

Two students, charged with pet-1
it larceny, were bailed out of 5
jail Wednesday morning by Assis- j
tant Dean of Men Frank T. Ad- j
ams.
Jack Howard and Christopher
S. Doyle, roommates at the UF.
were charged with checking out
under false pretenses a total of
$101.70 in softball and tennis equip equipment
ment equipment from the department of phy physical
sical physical education.
The two students were charged
with three cases of petit larceny
discovered by campus police in investigators.
vestigators. investigators.
Police Report
The following is from a written
campus police report:
On April 9, Howard checked out
.four softball gloves, one bat and
one ball with his student identifi-
UF Student
Breaks Knee
In Collision
A motor scooter-car collision
Tuesday afternoon resulted in a
fractured knee for a UF fresh fresh'
' fresh' man.
' Gary Lie berm an was treated
, at the University Hospital for a
fractured right knee cap, and
lacerations of the left thigh and
left wrist.
Lieberman was driving a 1957
Lambretta motor scooter west
down Stadium Road when he col collided
lided collided with a car attempting to
! make a toft turn off Stadium
: Road to North-South Drive. The
car was moving east.
WiUiard Earl Field. 2619 NW
Hth St., was charged by campus
police with failure to yield the
right of way.
Damage to Liebermans scooter
was estimated at $125 and dam damage
age damage to Fields car was estimated
{at $l5O.

Players to Use
Jeep and Goat
In 'Teahouse'
A jeep, a goat, a 29-member
i cast and an audience of 280 will
occupy Norman Hall Auditorium
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. for the
Florida Players production of
Teahouse of the August Moon.
The curtain will be lifted for
the six-night run of the play, so
that the audience can surround
the players in the arena-style
presentation.
With the setting 1946 in U. S.
occupied Okinawa, the John
Patrick comedy concerns the di dilemmas
lemmas dilemmas of an Army officer try trying
ing trying to democratize a native vil village.
lage. village.
Good American Hay
Put em back on their feet
in the good old American way,
are the orders received by Cap Captain
tain Captain Frisby.
Plans sent from Washington in include
clude include the construction of a penta pentagon-shaped
gon-shaped pentagon-shaped schoolhouse, organiza organization
tion organization of a League of Women Vot Votersuland
ersuland Votersuland lectures on democracy.
Added to Frisbys problems is
the gift of a Geisha girl, which
the young captain cant get rid
of.
More Than A Comedy
The captain runs into trouble
when, instead of spreading the
Army-style democracy he finds'
himself going native.
Its more than just a come comed.
d. comed. , said Director Robert Key Keyworth,
worth, Keyworth, It has some very good
points in it.

| cation card which he had chang changjeo
jeo changjeo to read Jack H. Buswell, Box
| 5001, Tolbert Hall. They were nev nev|
| nev| er returned.
April 12 his roommate used the
same identification card to check
out two tennis rackets and balls.
He brought these to his room and
returned to check out another set
of two.
Check phone
Investigators went to Tolbert
Hall and checked the telephone
number left on the check-out card
by Howard. It matched the one
on the second floor.
After matching handwritings
the boys were traced to their \
room, Tolbert 651 where the soft softball
ball softball bat was found. The rest of
the equipment had been brought
to the boys homes during the Eas-;
ter holidays.
Upon questioning, the two con confessed
fessed confessed and made statements. They
will be tried in th e County Court
of Records. June 13.
Fraternity Gets
! 'Sharp Warning"
From Tribunal
The Alpha Tau Omega fraterni fraternity
ty fraternity has been placed on probation
until the end of next fall semester
by the Interfratemity Council Tri Tribunal.
bunal. Tribunal.
"The Alpha Tau Omega frater fraternity
nity fraternity was charged with not com com
com plying with University regulations
in filing for permission with
dear, of mens office for a
: social function involving both male
and female students. according
to John Goodling, chief justice of
the Tribunal.
Goodling said that as a result of
not seeking authority for the func function,
tion, function, the ATOs violated two other
rules: holding a tubing party which
is not condoned by the University,
and swimming in typhus contam contaminated
inated contaminated water in Marion County.
(A tubing party is a swim swimming
ming swimming party in which participants
ait in inner tubes and float on a
river or lake.)

Salary Stamp Cited
By AAUP Committee
For Profs Leaving

Faculty Views Differ j
On Student Contact
fIHHH (EDITOR'S NOTE Educational j
needs in Florida have been a major
IMPI issue in the current governor's race. (
S Various reports have pegged the si situation
tuation situation at the UF on o "crisis" level, j
%, jf||f Today's study in this fifth article in
the Alligator's education series looks
at the student-teacher problem.)
CARVER {

By JEAN CARVER
Alligator Editorial Assistant
The problems of student studentfaculty
faculty studentfaculty relationships at the UF
is not unlike Janus, the Ro Roman
man Roman god who had two faces so
he could look both ways.
Theres the student view viewpoint
point viewpoint and the faculty viewpoint.
Faculty members were recent recently
ly recently polled by the Educational
Analysis Committee on their
opinions of student-faculty pro problems.
blems. problems.
The questionnaire asked what
improvements could be made for
better student teacher con contacts
tacts contacts outside the class. But. more
important, they were asked if
such contact is desirable.
No Need
Two humanities professors, an
English professor and a phar pharmacy
macy pharmacy professor said flatly there
was no need for such contact.
The English prof noted, We
just have too many students.
The negatives were in the mi minority,
nority, minority, however. Os the 237
professors who replied, 192
thought more personal contact
was a good idea and 35 were
opposed.
Most agreed the matter had to
be handled individually and re required
quired required spontaneity. Smaller
classes and frequent personal
conferences and seminars, such
as informal sessions at the Hub,
wore suggested by 37 faculty
members.
Spontaneous
One political science professor
explained smaller classes would
foster such desirable contact,
but it cannot be manufactured.
The relationship must rise from
the situation.
And 13 demanded getting rid
of snooping policy so profes professors
sors professors would be free to invite
students into their homes.
An educational professor said
students would do the rest if
teachers would encourage better
relationships. Eight faculty
members said it is important
for the teacher to let students
know he is interested, but vice
versa.
Some suggested monthly meet meetings
ings meetings to discuss problems relat relating
ing relating to special matters.

Democrats to Open Drive

Petitions indicating UF student
support for Senator John F. Ken Kennedy
nedy Kennedy as a presidential candidate
will be circulated throughout the
campus next week.
The Students for Kennedy
group is circulating the petitions
which will be presented to Gover Governor
nor Governor Leoy Collins and the Florida
delegation to the Democratic na national
tional national convention.
The petitions will ask the Flor Florida
ida Florida delegation, after its first firstballot
ballot firstballot complimentary vote for
Floridas Senator George Smath Smathers.
ers. Smathers. favorite son candidate, at the
i contention to consider Kennedy
as a candidate.
The campus drive will begin
next Tuesday for the Massachu Massachusetts
setts Massachusetts Democrat.
Students may sign the petitions
at the Information Booth across
from the Hub from 9 a.m. to 2
p.m., and at various convertible
automobiles scattered around cam camipus.
ipus. camipus.
Campus sororities will help man
the booth and cars. Kennedy but buttons,
tons, buttons, pamphlets and bumper stick stickers
ers stickers will be available.
Students, interested in working
on the drive should contact Cam Campus
pus Campus Chairman Dave Levy, 6-9610,
or technical coordinator Shell
£lyalt at Georgia Seagle Hall.

Twelve professors said contact
would be encouraged by teach teachers
ers teachers that are well paid,' have a
normal teaching load and ade adequate
quate adequate office space.
His Own Choice
Contact has to be limited, an
arts and sciences professor ex explained.
plained. explained. After a teacher has
met his responsibility to mem members
bers members of his classes, his contacts
with students should be of his
own choosing through his church,
honorary or fraternity groups.
A gap between students, facul faculty
ty faculty and the administration was
also noted by the professors as
a factor in hampering student studentfaculty
faculty studentfaculty relations. Although they
varied on the size of the gap,
the professors said there is a
definite problem in some areas.
Small Schools Report
Answers from schools and col colleges
leges colleges with smaller enrollments
indicated little knowledge of a
gap. Nursing reported excep exceptionally
tionally exceptionally good relationships be between
tween between nursing students and ad administrators.
ministrators. administrators. A member of the
architecture and fine arts staff
said he was unaware of any
strained relations. The College
of Education reported good rela relations.
tions. relations.
Small schools, however, were
not unique in questioning the
gap. An engineering professor
asked, Is there anything
wrong?
Majority of the answers com compiled
piled compiled to date indicate there is.
Only one faculty member sug suggested
gested suggested ditching the poll let
the students concentrate on get getting
ting getting an education. Stop trying to
assist in the schools manage management.
ment. management.
Students Rapped
Criticism balanced fairly even evenly
ly evenly between students and adminis administrators.
trators. administrators. Students were consis consistently
tently consistently rapped on the knuckles
for not being students. Adminis Administrators
trators Administrators were twice referred to as
having Gestapo tactics.
(See PROFS, page 8)

_L^.
A SMILE AND A STRIPPER FOR JACK The
smile belongs to Lenthe Barnes, a Tri-Delt from Na Naples
ples Naples and the stripper belongs to Dave Levy whos cir circulating
culating circulating a petition around the UF to get student sup support
port support for the presidential hopeful.

Cast Off
The Blinders
SEE PAGE 4

Six Paget This Edition

Long Range
J Plan, Basis
For 'Fads
Faculty salaries have
slumped so low that by 1962
they will be a third lower
than comparable universi universities,
ties, universities, a political science pro professor
fessor professor said Wednesday.
Dr. John De Grove said the
Legislature will have to appropri appropriate
ate appropriate a S 3 per cent salary increase
for the 1961-63 budget biennium
just to match the average of other
universities.
The professor said this is the
summary of a report which will
be released soon by the Faculty
Committee on Legislative Affairs,
appointed by the American As Association
sociation Association of University Professors.
Figures Conservative
Dr. DeGrove, chairman of the
committee, said the figure, the
result of four or five months in intensive
tensive intensive research is a conservative
one which is intended just to
get us up to average.
The 33 per cent figure was ar arrived
rived arrived at by taking the UKs cur current
rent current salary status 2O per cent
below comparable schools and
adding s/2 to 6 per cent a year
to compensate for projected in increases
creases increases by the other universities.
Cost Covered
It cover* the costs of academic
teaching in all colleges plus cer certain
tain certain administration functions
which support teaching. It does
not include the medical school.
The committee will also include
in the report specific examples of
top professors who are leaving
the University because of low sal salaries,
aries, salaries, DeGrove said.
He said the report wont be is issued
sued issued in time to become an issue
in the current gubernatorial race.
Rather it is intended as the basis
for a long range effort to get the
needs of the UF across to the
Legislature, the people and
everybody else concerned.
Work With Students
We do expect to work very
closely with the student commit committee
tee committee (Education Analysis Commit Committee)
tee) Committee) which is publicizing the Uni Universitys
versitys Universitys needs, the professor stat stated.
ed. stated.
He said the report will include
such reasons professors leave as
salary, teaching loads and re research
search research opportunities.
We want to be able to present
the facts, sajd DeGrove, so as
not to be in th position, as many
of ug felt we were at the time
of the last legislative appropria appropriation,
tion, appropriation, of not having the facts to
back us up.
The faculty should be able to
say what we didnt have, in what
way we didnt have It and what
Iwe should have had.



Page 2

RELIGIOUS CENTER NEWS

Catholics Become Cowboys
At Tonight's Square Dance

By LINDA HAMEL
Gator Religious Editor
A cowboy style square dance
with all the trimmings will be
given tonight at 8 at the Catholic
Student Center. Dr. E. R. Bart Bartley,
ley, Bartley, professor of political science,
will be caller for the dance. Every Everyone
one Everyone ia invited.
Inquiry classes on Monday at
8:30 are open to anyone who
would like to learn about the Cath Cathode
ode Cathode faith.
Theology 500 has been discon discontinued
tinued discontinued for the semester. The pro program
gram program will resume next year.
* *
BAPTIST: An outing at Cres Crescent
cent Crescent Beach, given in honor of sen seniors,

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Do Ybu Think fbrhburself?
(PUT THIS QUIZ IN YOUR THINK-TANK AND SEE WHAT DEVELOPS*)
IP you had to write the advertising for a small ear, would you say,
(A) Hard to get into? Man, you dont get into it at allyou put it
on! Or, (B) You can park it on a dime in fact, with most meters
you can park two on a dime. Or, (C) "Gives you more mile* to the
gallon because the gauge is set far Imperial gallons. A LJ B LJ C LJ

a
for A nbw frying pan,
would your advertising say,
(A) "Cooks pancakes in no
time flat!" Or, (B) Made
/MK of a new metal that dis distributes
tributes distributes the heat evenly all
7W&L over. Or, (C) "Folks, its
( made by us folks who love
IA I t make folksy fryin pans
fer good oT folksy fried
mush."
aD bD CD
to ad van ns a filter cig cigarette,
arette, cigarette, would you tell cus cusriLJfrifTgriTV
riLJfrifTgriTV cusriLJfrifTgriTV tomers, (A) Pay no
lattentionI attention to the filter, its
the strong taste that counts
yy 8 it and it sure is strong!
Or, (B) "Make up your own
' TTf* II %)A II "* about what you want
11 llrafl 1 in a filter cigarettethen
Li nCT 11 choose the brand that gives
rjpyjga it to you." Or, (C) "That
weak, thin taste you get
tells you our cigarette has
a tight, wadded-up filter."
s aDbDcD
YOURg IILUNfi a trip
around the world. Would
you say in your ads, (A)
Or "Get into orbit, man! Or,
(B) See people who look
Lal p i as crssy to you is you do
to them. Or, (C) "Go now
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iors, seniors, is featured for Baptist stu students
dents students Saturday starting at 8:30.
The cost is 60 cents and transpor transportation
tation transportation will be provided.
Baptist students will team up
this weekend to go on revival
tours at two Florida churches.
The students will take charge of
services from Friday night to Sun Sunday
day Sunday night at Old Town and Ken Kendrick.
drick. Kendrick.
METHODIST: Christian Nature
of Marriage and the Family will
be the program at the Forum Hour
at 7:00 following th e Sunday even evening
ing evening suppeT. Thaxton Springfield
will moderate the program.
A Mothers Day breakfast is

planned for Sunday at 8:30 at the
Wesley Foundation. Students
may invite their mothers or sub substitute
stitute substitute mothers.-Married couples
will prepare and serve the break breakfast.
fast. breakfast.
HILLEL: A color film on Bib Biblical
lical Biblical archaeology, The Wilder Wilderness
ness Wilderness of Zin, will be presented
Friday evening at 7:30. The film
will take the place of the regular
services.
EPISCOPAL: Everyone is invit invited
ed invited to a Parish dinner May 16
from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Episcopal
Student Center. A vestry for the
coming year will be elected at
the dinner.
PRESBYTERIAN: Discussion on
God Created Male and Female,
a series on courtship and marri marriage,
age, marriage, will continue this Sunday in
small groups. Students will visit
the homes of married couples for
supper and discussion sessions.
Mr and Mrs. Robert Meacham,
Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Harwell and
Mr. and Mrs. Corvin Clark will
host the students at their homes.
All who are interested in the ser series
ies series are urged to sign up for dis discussion
cussion discussion groups.
Vesper* are held Monday, Wed Wednesday,
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Flicks Feature
Scandal, Sex
This Weekend
By CAROL BULLER
Gator Movie Editor
Sex prevails! (on Gainesville
movie screens this week-end, any anyway.)
way.) anyway.)
The Fugitive Kind, the Mar Marlon
lon Marlon Brando, Anna Magnani, and
Joanne Woodward goodie contin continues
ues continues at the Florida through Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. The earthiness and excite excitement
ment excitement that typifies Tennessee Wil Williams
liams Williams is strong in this story oi
scandal in a small Southern town
At the State, A Question of
Adultery explores the issue of
a wifes right to be a mother.
Julie London is the wife who
seeks to save her childless mar marriage
riage marriage by artificial insemination
and Anthony Steele is the jeal jealous
ous jealous husband. This one has torrid
love scenes galore.
Sunday at the Florida, The
Last Voyage is the story of the
sinking of a great ocean liner and
the dramatic rescue of its 1,500
The drama is focused
on the plight of a young husband
whose wife and child are trapped
in the wreckage.
Twin-bill At State
Ths same day at the State be begins
gins begins a double feature, The Tin
gler and Commanche Station.
The Tingler is an evil force
that exists in all humans in a dor dormant
mant dormant state but which can be acti activated
vated activated only by fear. Only screams
will quiet the menace. Later. .
Randolph Scott stars in
Commanche Station as a man
who rescues a white woman from
commanche captivity and tries
to bring her home safely
through hostile Indian terri territory.
tory. territory.
At the State Tuesday is Panta Panta|
| Panta| loons, which contains plenty of
! antics and romantics and stars
Femandel, the Funny Frenchman.
Please Dont Eat the Daisies
begins at the Florida on Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday. Doris Day and David Niven,
romp through this cutie. along
with Janis Paige and Spring Bv Bvington.
ington. Bvington.
St. Louis Blues
Late show Saturday night is St.
Louis Blues, story of the turbu turbulent
lent turbulent world of the blue note and
the man who discovered it. Its
stars are Nat King Cole, Ear Eartha
tha Eartha Kitt. Pearl Bailey, Cab Callo Calloway,
way, Calloway, Ella Fitzgerald, and Maha Mahalia
lia Mahalia Jackson.
Looking ahead to May, Wild
Strawberries, to be at the State
is a good one to plan on.
Crash Victim Not Better;
Condition Still Serious
The condition of the UF soph sophmor
mor sophmor injured in the Saturday
night crash that killed a FF co coed
ed coed remains serious, according to
a University Hospital spokes spokesman.
man. spokesman.
- Joseph Francis Smiths con condition
dition condition was described as seri serious
ous serious and unchanged by hospital
authorities. The extent of
Smiths injuries w r ere not re released.
leased. released.
Gator Growl Head
The newly appointed Gator
Growl director is Bill Cricken Crickenberger,
berger, Crickenberger, 3AS from West Palm
Beach.
H e urged all students interes interested
ted interested in Homecoming to come to
the Florida Blue Key office in
the Florida Union and fill out an
application.

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SOCIALLY SPEAKING

Greeks Plan. Last Weekend

By JACKIE OQUIN
Gator Society Editor
With the inevitable gloom of j
finals looming in the near future,!
the Greeks plan to make this
weekend fit to suffice till finals I
are once again behind us.
Kappa Sigs have gone all out
in preparation for their annual
Star and Crescent Weekend. The
Chantels from Jacksonville will
set the musical background for
tonights formal dance. The new
Sweetheart of Kappa Sigma and
her court will be revealed during
the evening.
Kappa Sigs Go Medieval
Saturday will find Kappa Sigs
and their dates sunning, swim swimming
ming swimming and picnicking, and looking
forward to the evenings Monarch
Ball. This annual party is a Me Medieval
dieval Medieval costume affair, and this
year will feature the band of
March Wilson and the Red Redcoats.
coats. Redcoats.
Sigma Chis are also eagerly
anticipating their weekend,
which will begin tonight with
an elaborate formal banquet
and dance at Silver Springs.
The new Sweetheart of Sigma
Chi will be chosen from a court
of five which has already been
announced. The five girls on
the court are Phoebe Snider,
Delta Gamma, Ginny Sellner,
ADPi, Betty Tutten, Tri-Delt,
Faye Dunaway, Pi Phi, and
Polly Perkins. Music for the
evening will be provided by the
Continentals.
Lake Weir is the destination of
the Sigs Saturday for a swimming
outing and barbecue. The group
will return to the Sigma Chi
house Saturday night for a cos costumed
tumed costumed Lil Abner party, music
by the Troopadors.
Pearl Weekend of Pi Lambda
Phi will arrive tonight with a
dinner followed by a surprise
theme party. The group will jour jour!ney
!ney jour!ney to St. Augustine Beach Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, and return in the evening
for tiie annual Pearl Weekend
; Awards Banquet and party fol-
I lowing.
Teps are looking forward to a
swinging party in the famed
Tep basement Saturday, accord accord;
; accord; ing to Bready Notowltz, the
! man in charge. The event will
have a Mars theme for the out outof-this-world
of-this-world outof-this-world effect. Dress will
be informal and a band will be
featured.
Red and white will be the
theme as the Theta Chis cele celebrate
brate celebrate their Dream Girl Weekend.
Hopes will be high when the
awards are presented for out outstanding
standing outstanding achievement and the
new Dream Girl is crowned at
the formal dance tonight. The
group will travel to Daytona
Beach Saturday to enjoy the sun
and surf at the Safari.
New Theta Chi officers will be
installed at ceremonies tonight.
They are Bob Plumb, president;
Phil Wagner, vice president;
Bob Crowther, secretary; Lawson
Spare, treasurer; Murray New Newman,
man, Newman, pledge marshall.
Hawaiian Paradise
Chi Omegas will join the trend
as they celebrate their sorority
weekend. The sorority house will
be converted into an atmosphere
of Hawaiian paradise, and the
climax of the weekend will be the
announcement of the Chi Omega
Owl Man.
Chi Os are proud of Betty Del,
new Sig Ep Sweetheart, and Sil Silvia
via Silvia Norwid, who was on the SAE
Court.
Tri-Deltas will journey to the
Brahman in Ocala for dinner
tonight, and will return to the

sorority bouse for a dance as
they celebrate their weekend.
Saturday will find the group
Swimming and dancing at a
nearby spring all day, staying
that evening for a luau party.
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Gator Staff Writer
Everyone mitten in student
demonstrations.
Thia was sleaxiy pointed eut
hi police reports and a survey
conducted by Dr. Shaw Grigs-
head of the Department of
Sociology.
Demonstrations ever the past
eight years at the UF have been
detrimental, not only financially
but personally, physically and
reputation-wise as well.
Demonstrations Reviewed
Lieutenant Vernon K. Holli Holliman
man Holliman of the campus poliee re reviewed
viewed reviewed the demonstrations of
the past eight years.
In 1930, he Raid, Dale Eras Erasberger
berger Erasberger was badly Injured when
hit in the forehead with a con concrete

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crete concrete ohunk from the sidewalk
thrown by a fellow student.
The demonstrators were hurl hurling
ing hurling rocks at police in front of
Broward Hall when Ernaberger
was stopped by one. He was re retreating
treating retreating from a charge at the
police at the time.
Officer Hit By Bottle
In the beer riot of May, 1658

Florida Laws Outline
'Unlawful Assembly'
(1) All persons guilty of a riot shall be punished by im imprisonment
prisonment imprisonment not exceeding 12 months od by fine not over SSOO.
(Fla. Stat. 870.01)
(2) When a crowd Is gathered and ordered by a peace
officer to disperse, all who do not leave will be guilty of un unlawful
lawful unlawful assembly.
Three or more persons meeting to commit a breach of
peace are guilty of unlawful assembly. Unlawful assembly
can be punished by six months in jail or a SSOO fine. (Fla.
gtat. 870.02)
(8) It is unlawful to wear a mask or conceal ones identity
on public property'. Those doing so can be punished by 90
days in jail or SOOO fine, (Fla. Btat. 876.12)
(4) Anyone who uses indecent or obscene language in a
public place may be punished by up to 30 days in jail or up
to $25 fine (Fla. Stat. 847.05)
YOU MAY BE PUNISHED FOR ANY OR ALL OF THE
CRIMES OUTLINED ABOVE.

Officer Buddy Williams was hit
by a coke bottle.
Its a miracle he didnt lose
his eyes, Holliman said. He
still has sc&rg all around them
where the bottle broke.
Officer Williams quit the cam campus
pus campus police force after the inci incident.
dent. incident.

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. The lieutenant cited the 1952
panty raid.
Another campus officer, Ro Roland
land Roland Johnson, now an Investiga Investigator
tor Investigator for the Hillsborough County
She r i f f*s Department, was
thrown downstairs in the Yulee
Area girls dormitories.
The damage was mostly done
when the studentg hit the build buildings,
ings, buildings, Holliman sad. The on only
ly only time they ever got in was in
1652. This was the most destruc destructive.
tive. destructive.
Girls Dorms Invaded
Rioters got into the girls
dorms and sorority houses and
spent the night in vandalism, he
said.
Chairs from Building I were
used to build a bonfire, the lieu lieutenant
tenant lieutenant remembered. Fire exting extinguishers
uishers extinguishers and hoses were turned
on inside the dorms. Doors and
windows were broken in the
seige; bathroom facilities were
damaged and much personal
property wajs damaged or lost.
In 1959, he said, a trash dump dumpster
ster dumpster was upturned and badly
damaged and the sidewalk was
torn up in front of Broward
HalL
We closed off the street in
front of the dorm, he said,
to keep out traffic so the dem demoiistrators
oiistrators demoiistrators wouldnt have any anything
thing anything to throw things at. We kept
all our own cars out of the
area.
Firecrackers Are Danger
Another danger cited by the
lieutenant was the use of fire firecrackers.
crackers. firecrackers.
Theyd light them and drop
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on* cite to step on, he said.
But even more, participants
ar* meek and frightened after
its all-over, he said.
By themselves, theyre nice
guys. You would never recognize
them as the boys wild with the
disease the night before, he
said.
They had been restless the
night before.
Students Wander
A few restless students wan wander
der wander around restlessly and attract
restlessness in others. explain explained
ed explained Profesaor of Sociology
Charles L. Robins.
When it i* all over, seared
and frightened, they succumb
to the authorities. Holliman re remembered
membered remembered one student he had
warned to leave the scene a
number of times during the 1958
demonstration.
When X saw him the next day,
I brought him in quietly. His
head hung down shamefully.
Once theyd been in a riot,
they never want to try a second
time, said Holliman, especi especially
ally especially if they were caught the first
time. I dont think you could
hire one to even watch another
riot.
Study Made
Dr. Grigsby made & study of
S 2 students apprehended in the
195£ demonstration.
Os the 82 26 were tried, 13
had to post SSOO bond, nine were
fined by the city court an aver average
age average of $129 and only one of these
had to pay a fine of less than
SJOO.
Th* University dealt with 37
of the 1958 rioters. Four of th*se,
said to be the ringleaders by
President J. Wayne ReitX, re received
ceived received severe academic penal penalties.
ties. penalties.
One was expelled, two suspen-
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A physical training program is
being offered for advanced mili military
tary military students by the College of
Physical Education.
The course taught by R. H. Rei Reising'er
sing'er Reising'er is aimed at those students
who will be going to summer
camp or graduating and being
commissioned in the army.
The course was worked out by
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ded for a year and one suspen suspended
ded suspended indefinitely. The others were
either put on probation for vari various
ous various lengths of time or received
disciplinary reprimands. One
other was suspended for the
summer session and one semes semester.
ter. semester.
Twelve answered a question questionnaire
naire questionnaire sent to all 82 by Grigs Grigsby.
by. Grigsby. Seven of these said the in incident
cident incident had an effect on their
academic career, two said it
wa definitely detrimental to
their academic and employ employment
ment employment careers, and one cited it
as significant but not detrimen detrimental
tal detrimental to his employment.
Thirty-five or 40 more could
have been charged, it was re reported.
ported. reported. but werent.
Punishments are Recorded
Such punishments remain on
the students record until he
graduates. It often stays there
longer. The lieutenant said the
University is often consulted by
employers about such things on
students records.
I remember one in parti particular,
cular, particular, he said. It was govern government
ment government job applicant. As soon as
it was discovered that he had
participated in a demonstration,
he vCas dropped from considera consideration.
tion. consideration.
Dr. Grigsby said the Univer University
sity University took no real stand in those
days but had finally come out
with a dictum this year.
It was needed. he said.
The University had to take a
stand on the matter and let stu students
dents students know they will hold to it.

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THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR, Friday, Mey 6, 1960

Profs Split on Progress
In Student-Faculty Contact

(Continued From Page ONE)
Students wer e urged to stop
taking the role of embryonic
adolescents and state their de demands
mands demands more explicitly and for forcibly.
cibly. forcibly.
Student politics got a rap from
a political science professbr who
suggested eliminating campus
political parties and setting up
an undergraduate student coun council.
cil. council.
This plan would involve fra fraternity
ternity fraternity and sorority representa representatives.
tives. representatives. designated in proportion
to membership. There would be
no campus wide executive of officers.
ficers. officers. The council president
would be elected by the coun council.
cil. council. Graduate schools would then
set up their own councils. He
terms thi s a working student
government.
Students were criticised for
lack of scholarly initiative. One
professor suggested more recog recognition
nition recognition and reward for scholar scholarship
ship scholarship on a compuswide basis.

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Administrators were urged to
visit close rooms and participate
in more personal relationship*
with students, such as conseling, :
by one professor. Another fa faculty
culty faculty member, however, urged
as little administrative contact
with the campus as possible.
On th* other hand fraternities
and sororitie* were urged to
sponsor open houses for faculty.
The administration was criti criticized
cized criticized for thinking in terms of a
college that existed 10 or 15
years agx>. One. professor sug suggested
gested suggested the administration dis discontinue
continue discontinue employment of a Ges Gestapo
tapo Gestapo to spy on students
A military science* professor
summed it up % Freedoms free-j,
ly taken often neglect inherent
responsibilities. Student publica-;
tions often forget their responsi responsibilities
bilities responsibilities to assist in admlnistra-f
tton.
The Alligator is against more
than it i* for. The administra administration
tion administration could be more tolerant and
less blue nosed and Gestapo. I

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THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR

Page 4

Cast off the 'Blinders'

Rather than waiting until the last
edition of the year to analyze the var various
ious various aspects of UF life in one colorful
editorial, we have decided to tackle
serious questions facing the campus
in this and three subsequent editor editorials.
ials. editorials.
This week we will discuss the de decaying
caying decaying condition of the fraternity sys system.
tem. system. |
Few organizations proclaim as high
ideals as the American college frater fraternity.
nity. fraternity.
On the UF campus the fraternity
system appears as a paradox to both
new and old students. These organi organizations
zations organizations that profess brotherhood are
usually incapable of working together
over any length of time.
The shifting of political coalitions
illustrates this point w r ell.
* *
IN THE PAST, fraternities were a
source of leadership for the whole
University. Today, fraternity men con condone
done condone selfish pursuits and have lost
sight of those ideals which made the
college fraternity great.
When the University underwent
great expansion after World War 11,
apathy among students got worse
each year.
The friendliness that once was a
trademark of the UF was
a great degree with total indiffer indifference.
ence. indifference.
The era of Hie big fraternity began.
Enrollments often ran over 100 and
still do.
I
The fraternities 'were a possible
means to combat this loss of school
pride, but sinee they, too, gave way
to numbers, some have become in incapable
capable incapable of being truly organized bod bodies,
ies, bodies, intent on service to others.
Nothing breeds apathy like num numbers.
bers. numbers.
* *
THIS YEAR the shortcomings of
the fraternity system have been many.
The IFC has not fulfilled its role as
a liason between fraternities and the
administration.
Little fun games between frater fraternities
nities fraternities have developed into brawls. It
is no longer possible to distinguish a
fraternity man by his exemplary con conduct;
duct; conduct; only by his pin.

They're Your Friends, Albert

Well, hip, hip hooray for someone
who really made a big splash on the
campus this week. With revolting fi finesse,
nesse, finesse, he succeeded in reviling the
University mascot once more, got pic pictures
tures pictures of his repulsive handiwork on
the front page of todays Alligator,
and now he gets to read about him himself
self himself in the newspaper.
Not only that, he has done his small
part in contributing to this years
steady stream of defacement of cam campus
pus campus property, added a bit to the
shameful history of infamous public publicity
ity publicity suffered by the University, and
kept a University employe or two in
work for a day cleaning up after his
disgraceful leavings.
Very unfunny.
* *
THE WIDESPREAD THEORY that
college fun is rooted in baseness and
immaturity and it isnt, necessarily

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Editorials

To be a Greek this year didnt
mean much. Service to the campus by
fraternities came on the part of in individual
dividual individual initiative. Group action was
mostly confined to egg throwing and
gooning.
Still, these few years of short-chan short-changin'
gin' short-changin' > obligations havent destroyed
what was built over much time.
The framework of the fraternity
system is still solid. Quite a few
lodges have shown that they are
capable of doing something for some somebody
body somebody other than themselves.
* *
THE FRATERNITY system could
increase its prestige greatly by taking
a few constructive steps.
The IFC should be a cohesive force,
binding fraternities, the administra administration,
tion, administration, and the University as one.
Greeks could learn to smile again,
to lead again, and to be the UFs
greatest pride.
Fraternity leaders are reluctant to
break old habits; they must distin distinguish
guish distinguish between the vestigial and the
valuable traditions.
Unless determined action is taken
and fraternity leaders face these ser serious
ious serious issues squarely, the fraternity
system will destroy itself.
Fraternities have been abolished at
other universities where they once
thrived. A fraternity system is a priv priviledge,
iledge, priviledge, an inalienable right.
* *
VARIED COURSES of action may
reveal a solution.
Possibly a concerted effort should
be made to bring new chapters to the
campus. An enrollment limit could be
set.
If new students are to be impressed
with the significance of being a
Greek, rush should be postponed
from the first days of school until a
later date.
A second semester rush may be the
answer.
In the final analysis, the future of
fraternities depends upon whether
Greeks will cast off their blind blinders
ers blinders and do something before it is too
late.
Its their problem; nobody can
solve it for them.

has been enhanced once more.
Further, another theory, one which
Florida students can none too proudly
claim as practically their own the
theory that campus mascots are good
for nothing but ridicule, contempt and
scorn has had another disgusting
blow struck for it.
Thus do Florida traditions inglori ingloriously
ously ingloriously grow and multiply.
* *
ONE DOES NOT WONDER, how however,
ever, however, at the sorry state of school spir spirit
it spirit on this campus when such actions
as this latest one serve to symbolize
the spiteful regard some individuals
hold and the ends they will go to to
show it.
The biggest incongruity of all, how however,
ever, however, will probably please him no end
the day they build a covering over his
pen to protect him from his dedicated
fans and friends.

Friday, May 6, 1960

There's Nothing Wrong with Our Ship, Kid!'

THE TOP DRAWER

Sums up Summit, Says Time Will Tell

By FRED FROHOCK
One of the major concerns of
the four heads of state at the
summit conference soon to be
held will be the question of Ger Germany.
many. Germany.
For almost fifteen year s the
central European country has
been divided between East and
West. During this whole period,
no agreement has been reached
on reunification.

The key to
this deadlock,
of course,
rests with the
strategic im import
port import an c e of
Germany. Both
sides would
probably like
to see the
country made
whole again to

Tr 4k

reduce ten- FROHOCK
sion. but neither side finds the
prospects of a united Germany
integrated in the opposite pow power
er power bloc particularly attractive.
The United States has ap approached
proached approached the problem as if the
passage of time since World War
II has not occurred. Under the
Yalta and Potsdam Agreements
at that time, the responsibility
for German reunification was
placed in the hands of the Four
Allies: Russia, Britain, France
and the United States.
The United States still con contends
tends contends today that a definite agree agreement
ment agreement among the four powers
on reunification must be reach reached
ed reached before other aspects of the
problem can be handled, such
as a long-overdue peace treaty
with Germany.

CAPITOL HILL

Finds Mid-East Reason
For Diplomatic Insomnia

By JIM ROSENFELD
If there were ever a conven convention
tion convention gathered to choose the rea reasons
sons reasons why statesmen tend to schi schizophrenia,
zophrenia, schizophrenia, I would nominate the
running Egyptian Israeli crisis.
It has all the necessary qualifi qualifications
cations qualifications to make a good nomi nominee.
nee. nominee.
The problem is an old one.
It began in 1947 when the Israeli

state was
formed. Zion Zionist
ist Zionist leaders sol solved
ved solved one dilem dilemma
ma dilemma and cre created
ated created another.
Since the birth
of the tiny
state, the
Arabs, and
most recently
the President
of the United

ROSENFELD

Arab Republic, Gamel Abdel
Nasser, have vowed to push
tho Jews into the sea.
All this came to a focus in
the Israeli Franco British
"war against Egypt after Nas Nasser
ser Nasser had seized the Suez Canal.
The Franco British alliance
had as its objective the regain regaining
ing regaining of control over the interna international
tional international waterway (which, inci incidentally.
dentally. incidentally. would have been Nas Nassera
sera Nassera anyway if he had waited
a few more years).
* *
THE ISRAELI objectives were
a little broader. The spark to
the explosion was the blocking of
Israeli ships in the Gulf of Aqua Aquaba.
ba. Aquaba.
Israel was, and still is, deve developing
loping developing a port city called Elath
on its southern tip, which bord borders
ers borders on the Gulf. Overland ship shipment
ment shipment of supplies and building
materials would have to go
through the Negev, which would
be too expensive.
The only other alternative was
shipment over water through the
Gulf. Egypt and Saudi Arabia,
who also border on the Gulf, set
up gun positions on both sides
and calmly proceeded to shell
Israeli ships and those of other
nationalities entering and leaving
Elath.
Added to this was the fact that
ever since the peace treaty"
signed after the war of 1948-49
(which none of the Arab nations
recognize, still proclaiming that
a state of war exists between
them and Israel), Adab nations
bordering on Israel have been
crossing its borders and raid raiding
ing raiding the desert settlements This
does not make for friendly rela :
tions.
0 0 9
FINALLY after the Israeli-
Fronoo-Britisb fiasco, when Naa Naaground

RUSSIA, on the other hand,
views the situation more pragma'
tically. The Soviet Union states
that now two German states sim simply
ply simply de facto exist:- East Ger Germany
many Germany and West Germany- and
the unification of Germany must
b e reached thru negotiations be between
tween between the two existing regimes.
The United States cannot ac accept
cept accept this approach, of course,
because any recognition of the
existence of two German states
would immediately weaken the
essentially legal position of the
West. According to the Ameri American
can American course of action, the sover sovereign
eign sovereign state of Germany still ex exists
ists exists under international law.
Any deviation from this policy
would have untold ramifications,
such as the jeopardizing of the
legality of the Western forces
in Berlin, etc.
Another bone of contention be between
tween between East and West involves
tha matter of a plebiscite. The
United States insists that proper properly
ly properly policed free elections must
be part of any solution to the
German problem. The Soviet Un Union
ion Union flatly rejects this because, of
course, any elections in any part
of Germany could be expected to
be pro-West.
* *
IT IS NO SECRET that Russia
is occupying a country that is
anti-Russian. But even this
might be considered superior by
tne Russian government at a
united Germany with designs on
Russian-held irredenta alligned
with a military bloc aiming
straight at the soviet heartland.
In any analysis, the United
Spates justification of its Ger German
man German policy is on precarious

sot*, thanks to the efforts of the
United States, had gained a con considerable
siderable considerable propaganda, if not mil military
itary military victory, the Canal was
closed to ships doing business
with Israel.
What does this have to do with
the United Syates? First of all,
there is the obvious question of
Near Eastern oil. While there is
little or no oil in Egypt itself,
the Arabs go more or less (most
recently less* as Nasser goes.
This fact became increasingly
important when Syria and Egy Egypt
pt Egypt were united. Most of the pipe pipelines
lines pipelines from Iran and Iraq go
through Syria.
Also, there are quite a few
Jews in the United States who
are not overjoyed at the way
the present Administration has
handled the situation. Granted
they are quite prejudiced on
this mktter-after all, they look
upon Israel as an Irishman looks
upon the Emerald Isle-but they
are not alone in thig matter.
*
FINALLY, the Cleopatra, an
Arab ship out of Alexandria, ar arrived
rived arrived in New York last week.
The Seafares International Un Union
ion Union promplty threw up a picket picketline,
line, picketline, according to THE NEW
YORK TIMES, "in protest
against the outrageous boycott
by Arab countries, not only of Is Israeli
raeli Israeli ships, but of ships that
trade with Israel, barring them
from the Suez Canal.
This boycott, the Union declar declared,
ed, declared, has been depriving its mem members
bers members of work. The picket lines
hav e been respected by other otherunions.
unions. otherunions.
The United Nations has done
everything short of bringing
force to bear against the stub stubborn
born stubborn stand of Nasser, all to no
avail. True, there has been no
call for an international boycott,
but this is now a definite possi possibility
bility possibility since the New York inci incident.
dent. incident.
* *
ADD TO THIS the fact that if
the boycott continues, Egypt will
be offered aid by the Soviet Un Union.
ion. Union. The result, then, is to push
the Arab nations a little closer
to the Eastern rather than West Western
ern Western block.
This situation has all the tan tang
g tang ea, twists, and knots necessary
to make diplomats lie awake at
night. On a completely realistic
basis, we should throw our lot
in with the Arabs, because the
future of the Near East most
probably belongs to them and
they control those vital oil lines.
On the other hand, we helped
create Israel and the pressure
groups for the state have not
inconsiderable Influence. What
to do? Well, Ms not my problem.

ground Naaground because it is based on
two abstract principles: the mor moral
al moral right of a people to determine
its government and the exis existence
tence existence of an international law.
Both play, at best, questiona questionable
ble questionable roles in actual world poli politics.
tics. politics.
However, the American pos position
ition position per se is not so devoid of
devoid of absolute merit. The
reluctance of the West to trade
away a status quo situation that
has remained reasonably stable
for some fifteen years for a
doubtful set of conditions is un understandable.
derstandable. understandable. The memories of
Czechoslavakia are only too
clear.
*
THERE is no doubt that a uni united
ted united Germany would reduce ten tension.
sion. tension. But to achieve this, a gen general
eral general settlement between East
and West would have to ensue
orat the leastmutual East-
West guarantees on German neu neutrality
trality neutrality as per Switzerland.
Neither of these possibilities
has been even closely approach approached
ed approached so far. What the coming sum summit
mit summit conference will produce, on only
ly only time will tell.

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Editor:
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torial editorial page.
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May 16, may be a disappoint disappointment.
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EUROPE MADE SIMPLE) NO. 2
Last week we discussed England, the first stop on the tour of
Europe that every American college student is going to make
this summer. Today we will discuss your next stop, Franceor
the Pearl of the Pacific, as it is generally called.
To get from England to France, one greases ones body and
swims the English Channel. Similarly, to get from France to
Spain, one greases ones body and slides down the Pyrenees.
As you can see, the most important single item to taJke to Europe
is a valise full of grease.
No, I am wrong. The most important single item to take to
Europe is a valise full of Marlboro Cigarettes. Oh, what a piece
of work is Marlboro! If you think flavor went out when filters
came in, treat yourself to a Marlboro. The filter works perfectly,
and yet you get the full, zestful, edifying taste of the choice
tobaccos that precede the filter. This remarkable feat of cigarette
engineering was achieved by Marlboros research team Fred
Softpack and Walter Fliptopand I, for one, am grateful.
But I digress. We were speaking of Franceor the Serpent of
the Nile, as it is popularly termed.
First let us briefly sum up the history of France. The nation
was discovered in 1492 by Madame Guillotine. There followed
a series of costly wars with Schleswig-Holstein, the Cleveland
Indians, and Captain Dreyfus. Stability finally came to this
troubled land with the coronation of Marshal Foch, who
married Lorraine Alsace and had three children: Flopsy, Mopsy,
and Charlemagne. This later became known as the Petit Trianon.
Marshal Fochor the Boy Orator of the Platte, as he was
affectionately calledwas succeeded by Napoleon who intro introduced
duced introduced shortness to France. Until Napoleon, the French were the
tallest nation in Europe. After Napoleon, most Frenchmen were
able to walk comfortably under card tables. This later became
known as the Hunchback of Notre Dame.
Napoleon was finally exiled to Elba where he made the
famous statement, Able was I ere I saw Elba, which reads
the same whether you spell it forwards or backwards. You can
also spell Marlboro backwardsOroblram. Do not, however,
try to smoka Marlboro backwards because that undoes all the
efficacy of the great Marlboro filter.
After Napoleons death the French people fell into a great
depression, known as the Louisiana Purchase. For over a cen century
tury century everybody sat around moping and refusing his food. This
torpor was not lifted until Eiffel built his famous tower, which
made everybody giggle so hard that today France is the gayest
country in all Europe.
Each night the colorful natives gather at sidewalk cases and
shout "00-la-la as Maurice Chevalier promenades down the
Champs Elysees swinging his Malacca cane. Then, tired but
happy, everyone goes to the Louvre for bowls of onion soup.
The principal industry of France is cashing travelers checks.
Well sir, I guess thats all you need to know about France.
Next week well visit the Land of the Midnight SunSpain.
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the adventurous with claims of
printing more cartoon* than
ever before, when we do that all
the time? So what if wc present
a special edition of the Gator
Extra? Everyone saw the first
edition.
There is disappointment, too,
in realizing this will be the l* B
chance to enjoy the acid humor
of ex-editor Dav Raney, who
put Peel on the map; the last,
too. of old-timer Jud Clements,
the little man whos always
there.
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Coach Percy Beard win take
his injury-riddled track team to
Tallahassee Saturday lor the
Florida AAU meet.
Hurdle-hotshot Tom Michels and
standout sophomore Ted Mealor
will again be among the missing.
Both are nursing badly bruised
legs.
Beard will depend upon the
point-making prowess of pole
mutter and high jumper Henry
Wadsworth, distance ace Bon
Allen and javeline record hold holder
er holder John Hale.
Only last week Hale bettered
his own javelin mark by tossing
the spear 210-feet against Auburn.
Allen also broke a varsity rec record
ord record by running the mile in 4:16.9.
Steady Polntmakers
Other steady pointmakers for

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ior senior co-captain Art Foster and
sophomore weightman Walt Buett Buettner.
ner. Buettner.
Foster specializes in the broad
jump and runs on the quarter quartermile
mile quartermile relay team. Buettner is a
discus thrower deluxe, constantly
tossing metal plate in the 150-foot
range.

Wadsworth
has been the
leading Gator
scorer to date.
The husky sopho sophomore
more sophomore has al already
ready already vaulted 15-
% and has
cleared 6-6 for
the high jump.
The AAU
meet will help

serve as a . .Wadsworth
Southeastern Conference cham championship
pionship championship to be held at the Flor Florida
ida Florida all weather track May 21.
Frosh To Compete
Beard will also take the fresh freshmen
men freshmen to compete in the AAU.

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Hurdler Charley Oats, distance
man Bill Niblock, and pole vault*
er Paul Thompson have been
standouts for the yearlings.
Niblock has shown the most
versatility, competing on the 440-
yard relay and running the mile,
half-mile, and two-mile runs.
Ooach Beard is hoping that
Michels and Mealor will have
completely recovered for the SEC
meet. The injuries to these two
key runners have put a definite
crimp in the UF plans for a con conference
ference conference cinder crown.
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The Intermural banquet was
held Thursday night at the Stu Student
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Officers, managers for the var various
ious various intramural sports were nam named.
ed. named. Trophies were presented to the
fraternity and sorority winning
the sportsmanship award and to
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DG Swim Star
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By JIM MARKS
Gator Sports Analyst
" Stop the presses!
Theres a star roaming loose on the UF campus
named Liz Taylor. However, this Liz is a swimming star
of Delta Gamma fame, rather than cinema fame.

A Pompano Beach product,
Miss Taylor has won many na national
tional national and state titles. She broke
the 100 and 200-yard butterfly
standards in 1956 and 1957. The
swim star then added the 440-
yard individual medley to her
record collection, churning the
distance in 5:80.
She bettered this time last
spring, placing fourth in the na nation
tion nation in this event at West Palm
Beach. The fast-swimming miss
covered the distance in 5:12.
Miss Taylor excelled on the na national
tional national swimming scene as well.

Gator Golfers
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Championship
Runnerups for the past two sea seasons,
sons, seasons, the UF golfers vie today and
Saturday for the Southeastern
Conference championships.
The SEC titles rounds, which be began
gan began Thursday over the host
Georgias Athens Country Club
course, is the finale for the talent talented
ed talented Gator Golfers of Conrad Rai Railing.
ling. Railing.
Parbusters
Led by'Frank Beard and Jim
Parks, the par-busters will be out
to break a jinx the Georgia links
squad and the Athens course holds
over them.
The UF .strokers were second
to Georgia the past two seasons,
losing only to the Bulldogs at the
Athens course. This spring, the lo locals
cals locals upended the Peach Staters in
Gainesville only to fall in a re return
turn return match in Athens.
Golfers to Watch
Other Gator golfers to watch in include
clude include veteran Skip Stiggers rnd
sophomore Phil Lecky. Lecky has
been a pleasant surprise for
Coach Rehling and his improved
play could bring the Gators that
elusive title.
The golf club has posted, a cre credible
dible credible 8-2 duel match record this
spring and are one of four UF
contenders for SEC spring sport
championships.
; A newcomer, Donnie Miller, is
| expected to give the locals a
| boost. He joins Beard, Parks, St:g St:g---j
--j St:g---j ger, Leckey, and Jim Parker to
; give the Gators a tough combi combi.
. combi. nation to crack.
SPRING SPORTS
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In 1956, Liz narrowly missed
qualifying for the United States
Olympic swim team for the 100-
meter butterfly,
3-Mile Champ
In 1957, the curvy Delta Gam Gamma
ma Gamma won the national 3-mile long
distance swim.
With an outstanding background
as this, it is no wonder that DG
copped the sorority crown. Liz
easily won the individual medley
and joined teammates Phoebe
Snider and Barbara Mackin to
win the medley relay.
Taylors effort plus two more
DG firsts In the 50-yard back backstroke
stroke backstroke and the 50-yard free freestyle
style freestyle provided them with the
title.
Took A Chance
How does a girl like this get
started on the winning track (or
pool as this case may be)? It
seems that way back in the sev seventh
enth seventh grade, a coach at Ft. Laud Lauderdale
erdale Lauderdale Junior High School took a
chance on a newcomer.
It was a chance of a lifetime
as far as outstanding swimmers
go.

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Progress of Women (toward men)
Dr. Allure
Magnetism of men who use ordinary hair tonics studied. Conclusion:
barely existent. Magnetism of men who use Vaseline Hair Tonic stud studied.
ied. studied. Conclusion not yet established since test cases being held captive
by neighboring sorority. Examination of alcohol tonics and sticky hair
creams (rubber gloves recommended for this class). Result: repelled
women. Frequent use of water on hair cited: this practice deemed
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SHES A GEM ... A happy group of Delta Gammas
are doubly admiring the sorority swimming trophy
they won and Liz Taylor, the tank star whose water
antics gave them the tr<*/hy. The admirers are (from
L to R) Ginny Empey, Phoebe Snider, Taylor, Becky
Brandon, Ginny Rhoads, Rose Voorhees, and Carol
Klingel. (Photo by Sam Johnston).

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UF Baseballers to Hold Vital Weekend Series

SEC Eastern Division Title at Stake
In Tech-Gator Tests at Perry Field

By ftn.f. BUCHALTER
Alligator Sports Editor
Somethings gotta give at Perry
Field this weekend.
That something could be the
Southeastern Conference eastern
division baseball title as division
leader Florida hosts second-place
Georgia Tech in a must series for
both clubs.
A pair of righthanders, ace Don
McCreary and sophomore Den Dennis
nis Dennis Aust, are expected to see duty
for coach Dave Fullers club in
the important contests.
Two victories would put the
Gators out of reach of the hard hardhitting
hitting hardhitting Yellow Jackets but a

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THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR, Friday, May 6, 1960

split or double loss could be
conceivably dangerous with a
road trip to Auburn slated for
next weekend.
Both Aust and McCreary own
victories over Tech. The two fire fireballers
ballers fireballers defeated the Jackets in an
earlier series in Atlanta.
Me Griff, Moor Connect
The Gators murderers row
will be out to redeem themselves
as the Souths leading sluggers.
Only All-American Perry McGriff
and sophomore shortstop Tommy
Moore were able to connect for
the circuit on the recently-ended
road tour through Tennessee and
Kentucky.
The Gators opened at Tennes Tennessee

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There'd be too much influence
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includes a review of its poli politics.
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$5,000 to elect a man to any
office except sheriff which
goes for $40,000.
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tem: system: votes for moonshine.
Which is a natural for the UF.
Anyone can scream, Beat the
Bloc, but what dare sacrifice his campus polit political
ical political career by campaigning,
Beat the Bottle.
THE MONEY MERCHANTS
are shedding their scales. The
banker's fishy-eyed stare is an
anachronism. The new bank
image is flashy, lovable, open openhanded.
handed. openhanded.
This reversal was prompted,
staffer Herbert Brean said, be because
cause because the average man. .
better heeled than ever before
. .is buying vacation houses,
second cars and trips to Eu Europe,
rope, Europe, all on installment buy buying
ing- buying
Eager almost panting to
get in on the juicy interest pos possibilities,
sibilities, possibilities, bankers have plunged
into competition with each
other to lure the average man
into their loan accounts.
So now the once-marble bas bastions
tions bastions feature drive-in windows,
glass walls, pastel colors and
pretty girl tellers.
Which caused one poor sport
to wifite of a stunningly-clad
teller, She looked like she was
ready to go out skating, not to
handle my money.
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see Tennessee with a win and closed at
Kentucky with another. How However,
ever, However, two stinging one-run de defeats
feats defeats were sandwiched in-be in-between.
tween. in-between.
A two-out, two-run single in the
bottom of the ninth inning by
outfielder Mike Crowell puttied
Kentucky from a three-run defi deficit
cit deficit to victory in the Monday con contest.
test. contest.
Oestricher Redeems
Reliefer Ray Oestricher, who
tossed the pay-off pitch to Cro Crowell,
well, Crowell, came back Tuesday to re redeem
deem redeem himself and hurl flawless
ball as the Gators evened the se series
ries series with a convincing 13-5 lacing.
Oestricher also banged out
three hits as did McGriff.
This weekends titanic Tech
struggles shape up to be high
scoring, free swinging affairs.
The UF murderers row of
McGriff, Don Fleming, Ron
Overcash, Bill Saba, and Paul
Booher are all capable of hitting
the long faaH and often.
Tech countere with AU-SEC in infielder
fielder infielder Mike Thomas, speedy
shortstop Bobby Dews, and All-
American basketballer and All-
SEC outfielder Roger kaiser, who
never has a bad day against I
Florida.
Catcher George Inman and out outfielder
fielder outfielder Bobby Sheridan are other
long-ball swingers for invading
Georgians.
Joe Chambers and Andy Cham Chambliss
bliss Chambliss are the top Tech pitchers
and should see mound duty dur during
ing during the series.

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Lynn Howie (L) for the rough Georgia
Tech series this weekend while fresh freshman
man freshman coach Jim McCachren can rely
upon power hitting David Porter for the

THREE GOOD REASONS WHY
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The UF tennis team was lead leading
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time. Sophomore tars Jimmy
Shaffer and Art Surloff and vet veteran
eran veteran Dei Moser each won their
matches handily.
Shaffer stopped Seminole ace
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with an exceptionally strong arm. He
banged out a clutch double in the
freshmen double victory last week.

The powerful UF tennis team
will be a prime contender for the
Southeastern Conference crown
which will be up for grabs May
12, 13, and 14 in Knoxville, Ten Tennessee.
nessee. Tennessee.
Ther e are three prominent rea reasons
sons reasons for Floridas contention
against such perennial power powerhouses
houses powerhouses as Tulane and Georgia
Tech.
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from St. Petersburg named Jim
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this year and has split with Techs

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est finest netmen in the south.
A second reason is the fine play
of Art Surloff, another sophomore.
Surloff has lost only one match in
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Minnicht.
The third rea-

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and should be a
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SEC number
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Surloff and
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and Roy Lang.
Hay, Lang and soph Cisco
Montana round out the tough ten tennis
nis tennis team.
John Adler, a smooth stroker
is also given a gooa chance to
cop the SEC freshman title, a po position
sition position held last year by Shaffer.
Four SEC Winners?
The successful springs sports
program at the UF could produce
four SEC champs this year.
The golf team .tennis squad,
baseball outfit, and track contin contingior.
gior. contingior. are all among the favorites
for their respective titles.
The basebalers are currently
leading the conferences eastern
division. The track team, hamper hampered
ed hampered by injuries, are still expected
to provide deefnding titlist Lousi Lousiana
ana Lousiana State with the stiffest com competition.
petition. competition.
The tennis men are the dark
horses rated behind Tulane and
Georgia Tech who they have de defeated
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Strong FSU Mine

Riding the crest of a three game
winning streak, the UF frosh base baseball
ball baseball squad travels to Talla Tallahassee
hassee Tallahassee for a pair of tough games
with the Baby Seminoles.
Ace righthanders George Pet Petzald
zald Petzald and Charley Anderson will
hurl for Jim McCachrens charg charges.
es. charges. Each picked up an impressive
win last weekend.

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Catcher David Porter, short
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baseman Carrol Lajioux era ex exected
ected exected to provide the hitting power
for the yearlings.
Other starters are Al Lopes Jr.,
son of the Chicago White Soxs
manager. Rich Valdez, Gai! H-
vey. Jim Duncan, and Bob Bai>
nett.