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Statewide Homecoming Slogan Contest Opens See Story, Column 4

Band Named
For Frolics
SEE PAGE 3

Number 3

Oriental Program
Reported Lacking
The UF has remained static in all areas of orien oriental
tal oriental study while many other universities have rapidly
progressed, History Professor John A. Harrison, re reported
ported reported Wednesday.

For the last three years in interested
terested interested faculty have been striv striving
ing striving to integrate Asian studies in into
to into the UF curriculum, he said.
But attempts have met with
constant indifference of resistance
from the University administra administration,
tion, administration, the Board of Control and
indirectly from the state legisla legislature,
ture, legislature, Harrison said.
While other institutions of high higher
er higher learning have gone ahead, the
Eight Justices
New Quorum
Requirement
At least eight justices, rather
than the seven provided for in the
Student Body Constitution, will
sit in the Honor Court this sum summer.
mer. summer.
Gavin O'Brien. Honor Court
chancellor, reported to the sum summer
mer summer session Steering Committee
that, an additional justice was
necessary to insure a quorum in
the court. Previously, O'Brien
eaid, eight was considered a
quorum.
Article VII in the constitution
provides that the chancellor of
the. Honor Court shall appoint,
with majority approval of the
Legislative Council, seven justices
to perform all Honor Court func function*
tion* function* during the summer session.
Appointed to the bench were
Mike Myers. Judy Duckworth,
Pat Me Elroy. Tom Fertic, Dick
Bernard, Gene Mullis. John Rai Raiford
ford Raiford and Jim Pierce
O'Brien and Dave Stanley will
hold their regularly elected of offices.
fices. offices. as chancellor and clerk, dur during
ing during the summer.
Two associate justices were ap appointed.
pointed. appointed. These will act as alter alternates
nates alternates to insure a quorum it was
explained. Junior Thompson and
Marvin Brandel were named asso associate
ciate associate justices.

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UF has stood still because state
appropriations have not been ade adequate
quate adequate enough to provide a broad broadening
ening broadening of the curriculum in this
field, he said.
Mautz Tells Why
Dean of Academic Affairs Rob Robert
ert Robert Mautz explained that the ad administration
ministration administration has aimed more to toward
ward toward keeping pace with other
universities in the programs al already
ready already embarked upon.
The major push in the next
legislative biennium is toward an
increase in salary and staff in al already
ready already existing programs, not
expansion into neVer fields.
My interest is in making sure
the programs we now have are
adequately staffed, Mautz con contended.
tended. contended.
Agrees. .But
He added that the UF "must
undertake a program of greater
depth in the field of oriental
studies and that over one-third
of the worlds population cannot
be completely ignored.
He agreed that the UF has en entered
tered entered the area rather slowly. We
have not done much, he said,
but we offer more than some
universities and not nearly as
much as others.
Professor Harrison said he
! realized limits on the administra administrai
i administrai tion. in not wanting to initiate
any new program until the budg budget
et budget for the next biennium is ap approved.
proved. approved.
Sees Some Hope
If matters improve and the
hold-the-line- philosophy that
has prevailed in the legislature in
the last four years is finally brok broken
en broken there could be some chance
of progress along these lines, he
said.
i But Harrison was even doubt doubtj
j doubtj ful of this in the near future.
Dean Mautz also foresaw no
i progress in the next few years
in oriental study. Whatever mon mon(Se>e
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GERSON YESSIN. .
. Plays for Lyceum
Lyceum Council
Brings Pianist
As 2nd Show
Lyceum Council will present
Gerson Yessin, concert, pianist,
Monday in the University Auditor Auditorium
ium Auditorium at 8:15 p.m.
Now a faculty member at Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville University, Yessin played
with Arthur Fiedler and the Bos Boston
ton Boston Pops Orchestra after win winning
ning winning a local contest at the age of
17.
Fiedler invited the keyboard
artist to return 30 times.
Among the national recognitions
Yessin has received are two Olga
Samaroff Awards, and a SI,OOO
prize awarded him by the Nation National
al National Guild of Piano Teachers.
Yessin began serious study at
the age of nine when he won a
scholarship to the New England
Conservatory of Music.
A one-time Arthur Godfrey Tal Talent
ent Talent Scout Show winner, the native
of Malden, Mass., ha s been soloist
with leading orchestras and has
worked in radio and television.
Yessin is known for his ability
to memorize a musical score in a
short period of time.
Admission' is free to students
upon presentation of I.D. card.
Adult non-students are charged
75 cents.

(EDITOR'S
NOTE: This is gffik
the second
part of a scries
d e s e r b bing
ing bing Amusement Pji| jst.
opportun-
ties available jxm& \
to UF students
in and around "TT^fa
Go i n e s svide.
vide. svide. This part
goes out to the
waterways ond AWTREY
natural showcases within forty
miles of the city.)
By >IARY ANNE AWTREY
Gator Staff Writer
Gators on the go with outdoor
activities in mind will find many
recreational opportunities within i
40 miles of Gainesville.
Beautiful Keystone Heights is
25 miles from Gainesville on State
Highway 26. Situated on Lake
Geneva, Keystone offers swim- j
ming. fishing, boating, water ski- 1
ing. tennis, golf and hiking.
Accommodations in Keystone I
Heights include motels, trailer!
court, and apartments for light!
housekeeping. . .all close to 1
restaurants.
Goldhead Park
Goldhead Branch State Park,
five miles from Keystone, has
excellent fishing, swimming and
picnicking. There are also vaca vacation
tion vacation cabins and camping sites.
South of Gainesville on U. S.
441, in country immortalized by
Marjorie Kinnan Rawiings in
The Yearling and Cross
Creek, are scenic Ocala. Silver
Springs and Rainbow Springs.
The top attraction in the area
is Silver Springs, undenvater
movie capital of the world. The
Jungle Cruise, and trips in glass
bottom boats are two of the sea- j
tured activities.
Ocala Golf
The Ocala Municipal Golf
Course (18 holes) is of tourna tournament
ment tournament caliber and a number of
tournaments are held there an annually.
nually. annually.
Another much-visited area is
Rainbow Springs, a few' miles
southwest of Ocala near Dunnel Dunnellon.
lon. Dunnellon. It is composed of numerous
individual springs in which more
than 50 species of fish and turtles
abound.
(See OUTSKIRTS, Page 8)

University of Florida, GainesvilleFriday, July 8, 1960

Talks Set
On World
Diplomacy
First 1 Lecture
Tuesday at 1:10
The student government
Special Activities Commit Committee
tee Committee has scheduled a three threei
i threei part lecture series aimed at
| providing programs of in interest
terest interest to teachers and stu students
dents students attending the sum summer
mer summer session, announced
Chairman Barry Coleman
this week.
The special lecture series, co cosponsored
sponsored cosponsored by the University Pub Public
lic Public Functions and Lectures Com Committee,
mittee, Committee, is calculated to hit at the
major fields of international dip diplomacy
lomacy diplomacy and problems. Coleman ex explained.
plained. explained.
I The first of the public lectures
is scheduled for July 12 when
Daniel W. Montenegro, U. S.
Department career diplomat,
will speak on the Berlin situa situation.
tion. situation.
His lecture, The United States
in World Affairs. will be given in
Walker Auditorium at 1:10 p.m.
Montenegro, deputy director of
the Office of Public Services in
the State Department, is a 1942
graduate of the UF. He entered
the foreign service in 1946 as vice viceconsul
consul viceconsul in Berlin and later served
as vice-consul in Frankfurt, Ger Germany.
many. Germany.
Held Top Post
From 1951 to 1953 he was State
Department representative in Ger Germany
many Germany on Berlin political affairs'
and in 1954 was appointed Ameri American
can American consul at Noumea, New Cale Caledonia,
donia, Caledonia, largest 1 foreign service con consular
sular consular district.
Other lectures scheduled include
talks on the Orient by professors
| in the UF department of history,
I Arthur Thompson and John A.
i Harrison.
Thompson will discuss the Ja Japanese
panese Japanese university system in the
light of recent student demon demonstrations
strations demonstrations and Harrison will
delve into the Asian situation as
a whole.
They are to speak July 19.
The third part of the series is be being
ing being planned. The Pan American
Union in Washington, D. C. is be-!
ing contacted to serid someone to!
speak on the Cuban crisis during;
the week of July 25.
Contact Made
Dr. William Saunders, assistant
secretary general of the American j
States has been contacted. If he
cannot make it a replacement will 1
be sent, Coleman said.
Other projects being set up by
the student committee include a
chartered bus trip to the First An Annual
nual Annual International Space Exposi Exposition
tion Exposition in Tampa.
The exposition, including, a
LF exhibit, begins today and is
to last until July 18.
Letters have been sent to a Ja Japanese
panese Japanese Society entertainment
troupe and the University of Mi Miami
ami Miami to try to get outside enter entertainment
tainment entertainment to the UF. The commit committee
tee committee hopes to get the UM to send a
Ring Theater production or its 1
summer symphony orchestra. j
The Japanese troupe is touring:
the country displaying traditional!
art forms of the Orient.
I
Four Appointed to Join
Homecoming Group
Homecoming 1960 General;
Chariman Jon Moyle announced
the appointment this week of se-,
veral members to his staff.
Oppointees and their positions
are Alvin Coogler, office coordin-l
ator; Robin Gibson, special func-j
tions coordinator; Buck Bradford,
technical coordinator and Len
Crews, personnel assistant.

Prizes Announced in HC Sloaan Contest

A Gator weekend will be grand
prize for the Homecoming Slo Slogan
gan Slogan contest which opens today,
according to Ron Jones,,contest
chairman.
The winner and his family will
spend an all-expense paid Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming weekend at a Gainesville
motel and will attend the Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming game and activities as
guests of the University.
The winning slogan will appear
on all stationery, brochures and
printed matter concerning Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming 1960.
Sponsored on a state-wide bas basis.
is. basis. the contest will be promoted
through press releases to major
newspapers and by radio and

Castro Blocks Cubans
From U.S. Universities

By DICK HEBERT
and LOUIS DIAZ
Gator Staff Writers
Cuban Prime Minister Fidel
Castros latest attempt lo keep
Cubans in Cuba has added more
stumbling blocks to the enroll enrollment
ment enrollment of Cubans in U. S. univer universities,

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UF Planning
New System
Os Pen Pals
UF students have a great op opportunity
portunity opportunity to learn about Korean
students by participating in a
new pen pal system set up by
student government, Bob Park,
student body president, declared
this week.
As a result of correspondence
With the director of cultural af affairs
fairs affairs of the U. S. Embassy in
Seoul, Korea, a new system for
exchange between UF and Korean
students was established.
We talk a lot about foreign
relatione, said Park, and here
is a chance to do something posi positive
tive positive about it.
Korean students would like to
know what we re doing, and how,
and why. Heres a chance to ex exchange
change exchange ideas with men and wom women
en women who will soon be providing the
leadership of Korea.
If the ideas of freedom and
free exchange which we value
are to spread, then each of us
must do our part, Park said.
The World Student Union, which
some feel is controlled by the
Soviet bloc, has already estab established
lished established an extensive system of pen
pals which they use to spread
their leftist ideas
This is a chance to help undo
what they have done, Park not noted.
ed. noted.
Those wishing to participate in
the program are asked to call the
student government office, or call
in person and give full name,
address, age, and academic ma major.
jor. major. This information will be for forwarded
warded forwarded to the U. S. Embassy m
Seoul, where it will be matched
with a Korean students.

Official rules for the contest announced
by the Florida Blue Key committee:
I. Slogans should have a general Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming theme.
3. Maximum length is seven words.
4. Originality and clarity are necessary.
5. -All entries become the property of
Florida Blue Key, and none will be re returned.
turned. returned.

television announcements.
Contest deadline is July 28. All
entries must be postmarked or
dehvered to the Blue Key office
before midnight, according to
Jones.

Iff FOREIGN STUDENTS' ADVISOR SAYS

sities, universities, Foreign Student Advisor
Ivan J. Putnam revealed this
week.
The number of UF Cuban stu
dents this fall is expected to be
substantially, less than the
average. Putnam said.
Every few months there

SG Fights Water With Water.....
Free Melons Aid Rainy Concert

Water came with the Student
government watermelon Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night, but the rain failed
to dampen the determination
of an estimated 500 persons who
turned out to hear the summers
first Twilight Concert in the Plaza
of Americas.
The Gator Summer Band pre presentation
sentation presentation was delayed twice due
to the sudden showers, but never nevertheless
theless nevertheless started only a scant 30
minutes late and wound up in fine
style with free melon slices for
everybody.
New SG Project
The melons were a new summer
project sponsored by student gov government
ernment government and designed to bring
the students closer to the govern government
ment government and add to the concert's
general enjoyment, according
to Secretary of Men's Affairs
Paul Hendrick.
Hendrick, obviously pleased,
said the program's budget was
afforded a fifty per cent cut
due to the sudden enthusiasm and
UF Bookstore to Sell
Graduation Invitations
The Campus Bookstore will
handle graduation invitations for
the first time this summer, an announced
nounced announced Director Samuel Getzen
The Invitations were previous previously
ly previously handled by the senior class.
They are being ordered now, he
said, and can be expected in by
the week of July 18 when they can
be picked up in the store located
in the Student Sen-ice Center

Slogan entries must be typed
or printed on 3x5 cards and mail mailed
ed mailed to Slogan Chairman, 1960
Homecoming, Florida Union,
University of Florida, with the
entrants-name and address. En*

have been increasing regula regulations
tions regulations since Castro took over in
January, 1959, Putnam said.
This latest came at the end
of the spring semester. The Ha Havana
vana Havana newspapers, controlled by
Castro's government, carried a
list of 15 points students had to

cooperation of individual and Uni University
versity University group volunteers.
Melons Donated
The melons came, gratis, from
Trenton melon-grower Charles
Lindsey. They w e sliced
and chilled in the University
Cafeteria, then served to the post postconcert
concert postconcert crowd by band and student
government volunteers.
Hendrick said the Wednesday
night refreshments were only the
start of a summer-wide program.
Student government also plans to
serve refreshments at the up upcoming
coming upcoming Summer Symphony Con Concert,

Gator Bandsmen Will Play
'Down Upon the Suwannee'

The UF Gator, Summer Band wall
present a special concert honor honoring
ing honoring Stephen Foster at the White
Springs Memorial Park Sunday
afternoon at 3.
Band Director Richard W. Bowles
will conduct a featured med medley
ley medley of eight Stephen Foster tunes.
A trio of student trumpet players
will present a melody entitled
Flirtations.
Traveling with the band will be
a student vocal ensemble selected
to sing a group of songs from Rod Rodgers
gers Rodgers and Hammersteins Okla Oklahoma!
homa! Oklahoma!
Guest Conductor Harold B.
Bachman, former director of the
UF Gator Band, will take over the
baton and present several George
M. Cohan melodies.
Other program selections will
include marches, Latin American
numbers, musical comedy arrange arrangements

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S. Decision of the judges is final.
7. In the case of ties, the entry first re received
ceived received in the Blue Key Office will be
awarded the prize.
8. Active members of Florida Blue Key,
their families, and major committee mem members
bers members are not eligible to win.

tries may also be left at the
Florida Union desk.
Winners of the first, second
and third prizes, along with the
winning slogan, will appear in
the last issue of the Summer
Gator, August 5.

Asian Study
Needed
SEE PAGE 2

Four Pages This Edition

comply with to study in the
U. S. j
Th e regulations included the
certification of the reasonable reasonableness
ness reasonableness of expenses, an official
statement of courses takeli,
grades received and the exaj:t
schedule to be taken by Cuban
students. :
I told the Miami Cuban con consul
sul consul that we simply cant com comply,
ply, comply, Putnam said.
There are too many irregu irregularities
larities irregularities and schedule conflict i
and changes to be able to lilt
semester by semester th
courses any one student will b
taking.
He said he told the Miarti 1
office he would forward the In Intended
tended Intended major of students alone
with alist of courses require |
for a degree but that wus ail
he could do.
Expense reports have been ill
operation for some time now,
Putnam pointed out. But now
Castro wants a monthly estil
mate of expenses for each stu student
dent student certified.
Putnam explained that th basis of the,., regulations was tc.|
stem the flow of dollars i
and citizens out of the country;
All considerations are subject:
to the approval of the Cuban
government. Cubans will not be
allowed to enroll here irrj
courses that are offered in Cu-,
ba.
(See CASTRO, Page 3)

cert, Concert, the Choral Union's preserj
tation of Oklahoma! and th<
next Twilight Concert, scheduleij
July 24 in the Plaza.
Bowles Directs
The concert, directed by Gatoi
Band Director Richard W. Bowles
included ClarkeS* Flirtations,
Borodins Second Symphony, se
lections from Richard Rodgers'
The Sound of Music, and a
medley of Stephen Foster tunesi
Soloists were John Owen. Ron
Gadway and Frank Young. Dr.
Elwood Keister led group singing
in the programs finale.

ments arrangements and the first movement at
Borodins Second Symphony.
The Gator Summer Band will
appear at White Springs Memorial
Park on the banks of the Suwan Suwannee
nee Suwannee River as guest of the Stephen
Foster Memorial Foundation. <|
Admission to the public concert
is free.
Acting Head Named
For Nuclear Dept.
Dr. Robert E. Uhrig has been
named acting head of the Nu Nuclear
clear Nuclear Engineering Dept., UF
officials announced this week
Dr. Uhrig succeeds Dr. Glenn
A. Greathouse, who resigned
last month.
He was associate professor of
theoretical and applied mecha mechanics
nics mechanics and nuclear reactor super supervisor
visor supervisor at lowa State.

Relax AwhileGator Style.
The Gator Celebration Your
Big Vacation. Florida Cheers
100 Years and Renew Old
Fun in sl are winning slogans
from previous years.
Only students are eligible for
the second and third prizes,
which will be cash and gift cer certificates
tificates certificates from local merchants.
A SIOO cash prize, donated by
Macs Drive-Inn, and over S2OO
in gift certificates make up the
second prize.
Third prize will be SSO in trade
at Gainesville3 McCormick Res Restaurent
taurent Restaurent chain-the Park-Inn, the
Parkette, Macs Drive-In and the
Waffle Shop plus STS in gift
certificates.



THE SUMMER GATOR

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Ing of .the summer session except during holidays end vacation peribda. The SUMMER GATOR is entered as second class
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EDITORIAL STAFF
Fran Warren. Sports Editor; Andrea Arthur. Mary Anne Awtrey, Gloria Brown, Elfn Bvrns. Louis Dias. Errol Hicks,
Nancy Hooter. Ann Johnson, Jared Lebow, Ken Renner, Arthur Rosbury, Tanya Smith, JoAnna Stanul, Benaye Stevens.
BUSINESS STAFF
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Who's Lagging Now?

It was brought to our attention re recently
cently recently that at the University of Flori Florida
da Florida we do not have even one faculty
member devoting full time to teach teaching
ing teaching courses about any of the multiple
aspects of China and its people.
P'urthermore, while some scattered
courses are available which touch
briefly on the history and culture of
China, no form of Chinese is included
in the list of foreign languages taught
here.
** |
WE DO NOT wish to get involved
here in an analysis of the current
controversy over American foreign
policy in the Far East. But certainly
the events leading up to this contro controversy
versy controversy should make it clear to any
armchair diplomat that America
needs to acquire a much better un understanding
derstanding understanding of the Asian mind and
culture if we are to win the so-called
battle for mens minds.
Looking back a few years we re recall
call recall that a program for a curriculum
in Far-Eastern Studies was prepared
by a group of interested faculty mem members
bers members but was, unfortunately, rejected
by University officials.
* *
REALIZING in the United States
long-range foreign policy to a great

VOICE OF THE MAGOO
'Geechie'-You Just Don't Make It

By-JIM McGUIRK
You Sir, are Geechie.
If not then youre probably
a clod; gnome; Republican or
Democrat; low, high or middle middleclass
class middleclass crud; fraternity or inde independent;
pendent; independent; conformist or beatnik;
grind or irresponsible-papa puus puusyou
you puusyou through school-playboy;
churchy or Godless; or in rang ranging
ing ranging to the more far out human humanoids:
oids: humanoids: YourS "out" and simply
"dont make it.
**
Its possible to wade through
scores more of
these pecking-
descrip-
tions.
But theyre. If. V
only the resi- J'j J
due of each
little ego as
hag roared JcU
through
this fascinating
world hell-bent
figuring rea reasons
sons reasons why he MAGOO
and his friends (friends are
people who are great because
thyre so much like you) --.re
superior.
This is why with the term
"Geechie. This is a word often
used in student government cir circles.
cles. circles.
* *
Its the kind of word every everyone
one everyone immediately understands
andto demonstrate sophisti sophistication
cation sophistication starts using as soon
as possible.
I personally am extremely
dense about such social nice niceties.
ties. niceties. The first time I heard it,
I asked what it meant. Boy.
was I cut down. I got a look
which signified. "Thou Bug."
It was like asking, "Whos
Machiavelli?"
*
The only trouble was, I had

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extent is determined by public opin opinion,
ion, opinion, it would seem interest and
awareness of Asian societies must be begin
gin begin at the grass roots in our high
schools and universities.
China holds one-fourth of the world
population within its boundaries and
is growing in political consequence at
a pace that can no longer be ignored.
While all students in Chinese sec secondary
ondary secondary schools know and study much
about America, we continue only to
pass on to our high school students
misleading cliches and outdated in information
formation information about China. English is
taught in every Chinese secondary
school but only six high schools in the
United States offer courses in the
Chinese language.
* *
THE UNIVERSITY of Florida takes
pride in its first-late medical school
and in its outstanding program of re research
search research and education in the fields of
science and engineering. We should,
however, be ashamed we have not
shown the foresight to institute a
broader program here in this vital
.field of Asian studies.
There is no longer any excuse for
S RR. institution of higher learning in
America to allow this gap in its cur curriculum
riculum curriculum to continue to exist.

been reporting student govern government
ment government at the time. (I have the
low type mind which is captivat captivated
ed captivated by stories of murder, politics
and increst.)
But as I said, I knew the
politicians. And believe me
those people are not in the pos position
ition position to call anybody anything.
(Note: this was before the
"Coming" of current Student
Body President Bob ParkWho
will Make Everything Right).
* *
Anyway, this "Geechie" busi business
ness business got me started. Soon I found
that everyone or every clique
had derisive titles for every everyone
one everyone else. If nothing else, you
can always cry nigger. But of
course, that also has been mo monopolized
nopolized monopolized by the politicians.
- (Except by campus politicians
-t-\vho cry fraternity to indepen independents,
dents, independents, and vice-versa.)
However the most interest interesting
ing interesting point about the whole pa pathetic
thetic pathetic business is that every
person first notices the reason
and then labels it ,not the
reverse. He starts oiit with
whatever raw materials he's
got and proceeds to value it
highly, whether it be size, in intelligence
telligence intelligence quotient or accent.
*
The Romans bad a dandy idea.
Supposedly, if your second toe
wa s longer than your big toe,
you w'ere of Patrician charac character.
ter. character. Today youve got to have
a longer car.
But I really think this is just
another manifestation of that
little something that tells every everybody
body everybody of course theres some something
thing something about him that makes him
better than everyone else all
they've got to do is find it."
The only trouble with the ten tendecy
decy tendecy is providing it. Not to your yourself.
self. yourself. Thats easy. But other peo people
ple people are often skeptical about
this. After all, they know all

Friday, July 8, 1960

about their own little secret secretway-down-deep
way-down-deep secretway-down-deep superior goodies.
* *
Human beings are reasonably
civilized about roving the su superiorities
periorities superiorities as long as the other
fellow is bigger. Then they kind
of sneer and say cutting things
from a prudent distance.
(Weak-muscled intellectuals
are real good at this theyve
probably whispered more vali valiant
ant valiant stands than anyone else.
Why some weak people even be become
come become intellectuals just so they
can join in doing this).
But the trouble comes when
the superior guy is bigger than
the guy who wont believe. It
apparently is a natural tendency
to force the issue by Crusade,
inquisition, blitzkrieg, lynch
mob . etc.
* *
But these were all wrong
ways.
The best has been invented
by the American middle class.
It's a kind of race the guy
who can buy the most on the
salary from a 40-hour working
week is perfect.'
It is a marvelous solution
the guy that loses goe s back to
work and nobody has to waste
time burying him.
The only other possible solution
is picking the perfect guy. And
Bob Park is to skinny.
LETTERS INVITED
The Summer Gator invites let letters
ters letters to the editor. Letters must
bear writer's signed (in ink or
pencill name and local address
but, on specific request, the name
will be withheld from publiaction.
The Summer Gofor reserves she
right to reject ony letter or short shorten
en shorten it to meet space requirements.
Normally, letters may not exceed
500 words, and must be written
on only one side of the paper.

'Monday Be Prepared to Discuss The Odyssey,
The Theban Plays and Sunday's Peanuts'
etters t 0 tor
'Stunned' by Censorship
On ETVHe Quits Job

EDITOR:
Until recently I was a cam cameraman
eraman cameraman at WUFT. Read why I
quit.
Oh Monday, May 30, we were
putting on vidio tape a lecture
on Salesmanship, by Prof. Frank
Goodwin (MKG 233), an honest
and charming person. During
the course of this program Prof.
Goodwin was going to recite
a poem in which the words
"hell" and "damn" appeared.
Prior to the actual taping one
of the powers at large told Prof.
Goodwin that not only was he
not to utter these words on the
pure wavelengths of Channel #
5, but when a printed copy of
the poem was flashed on the
screen "heU" and "damn" had
to be blacked out.
I stood there not believing my
ears. The stupidity of the idea
stunned me! Im not easily
stunned, and Im not taken to
dramatics.
Lets censor Shakespear,
Twain, and even the bible, I
wanted to scream. Anyway, to
keep from telling them that I
thought education entailed in intelligence
telligence intelligence (and a number of
other things like intellectual
freedom, ideals, integrity), I
simply took off my headsets and
walked out. And I need the
money badly.

ODDS 'N ENDS

The Student Is the Loser
Where C-3 Falls Down

By RALPH CAREY
Practically every student
who has taken, or will take
C-3 before he gets out of the
University College, has # been or
will be penalized for skills he
did not have when taking C-3.
Consider the speaking and
writing elements of the course.
Do the students receive in instruction
struction instruction in public speaking
prior to giving s
a speech for
mmmrn
students given pi :
portunity for <* 4
speech prac- Ts"
professors
<-> jk
that -
next week the
students are to CAREY
be prepared with a three min minute
ute minute speech as part of their pro progress
gress progress test grade?
Unless the student has an un unusual
usual unusual professor, he did not re receive
ceive receive advance preparation or in instruction
struction instruction for hig speaking as assignment.
signment. assignment.
* *
UNLESS A STUDENT has
had public speaking or debat debating
ing debating in high school, he is auto automatically
matically automatically penalised. The ex experienced
perienced experienced speakers almost auto automatically
matically automatically receive the M's and
the poor, unexperienced and un unprepared
prepared unprepared students receive the
15's.
Without instruction and prac practice
tice practice in ths art of speaking, how
can the speech for grade be a
measure of progress? WTiat pro progress
gress progress does the speech measure?
Os course the time element
requires that something be sac sacrificed
rificed sacrificed if the material is to be
covered, and one way to do it
ig in the speaking phase of C-3.
* *
ALL STUDENTS should have
experience in public speaking.
If the University College can cannot
not cannot provide adequate attention,
why not require every student
to complete one course in pub public
lic public sneakinsr before yomnletinv

When I tell people of this,
they look at me as tho Im psy psychotic.
chotic. psychotic. May I suggest to all who
strive to conform and who look
upon an unbeliever with suspi suspicion,
cion, suspicion, that you are taking the
easy way out. To you who are
unimaginative, insensitive, un*
creative, naive and always
"right" I say more power to
you. With enough effort you will
be able to eliminate, Benthams.
Einsteins, Darwins, Franklins,
Freuds, Gauguins, and Philip
Wylies (how did he get in
there?)
I am overwhelmed.
Next semester I shall wear
long pants with buckles in the
back, write the kind of papers
profs want to read, not ask
questions that doubt the exist existing
ing existing order; I might even join a
frat, date coeds and pet in the
back seat of a car.
Am I getting in the swing of
things? Should I eat only burg burghers
hers burghers and french fries? watch only
"I Love Lucy"? read only Frank
Slaughter? drive only a Ford?
pick an ethnic group to hate?
believe in God?
Lawd Im saved!
Signed, The New
Victor Balsamo
P.S.
On second thought you can
all go to hell.

University College?
The good speakers will con continue
tinue continue to be good, but the poor
and average speakers can im improve
prove improve considerably, rather than
being penalized by the sys system"
tem" system" w-hich rewardg prior ex experience.
perience. experience.
Students are also penalized
in the writing phase of C-3.
* *
THE STUDENTS get plenty of
practice in writing in the writ writing
ing writing laboratories, but does C-3
teach the students how to write?
True, the instructors point
out with bold red marks the
grammatical and structural mis mistakes,
takes, mistakes, but conquering these mis mistakes
takes mistakes does not make a good
writer. Why? Because the es essential
sential essential elements of good writing
are first, and foremost having
an idea which one wants or
needs to express and secondly,
being able to express thie idea
in such a manner that it is clear
and yet relays to the reader the
color and emotion the writer in intended.
tended. intended.
* *
HERE 18 WHERE the lab laboratories
oratories laboratories are failing to give ade adequate
quate adequate attention.
There ia little, if any, practice
in writing simple practice sen sentences
tences sentences for clarity . little if
any practice in changing the
meaning of sentences or in im improving
proving improving sentences by the grad gradual
ual gradual addition of adjectives, ad adverbs,
verbs, adverbs, participles, phrases,
clauses, and the other effect
tools of grammar.
* *
THE WEAKNESB of C-3 to
provide adequate instruction and
practice in speaking and writ writing
ing writing results in the good speakers
and writers remaining good,
without much improvement, and
the poor or average speakers
and writers showing little, if
any improvement.
It ia indeed a sad situation
when in institution of higher
learning, dedicated to improv improving
ing improving this countrys young minds
and helping them to grow emo emotionally
tionally emotionally and intellectually, must
perpetrate a system oriented to
mediocrity, and which doeg not
give every student the oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to jiunrmr*.

TOONTALES

Read This-You'll Be Wise to Us

By DON ADDIS
If you enjoy reading cartoons
p- your favorite magazine, don't
read this.
If you do, you'll never be
able to look at a cartoon again
without analyzing it, thereby
forfeiting any chance of enjoy enjoying
ing enjoying it.
Consciously or unconsciously,
comic artists tend to employ
certain basic devices ip creating
gag ideas. These fundamental
gag classifications are as fol follows.
lows. follows.
True to life: These are simply
plav-backs of typical situations
that, could happen in real life:
cartoons that make the reader
murmur. Ain't it the truth?
and clip the thing out to keep in
h- ~ wallet.
Mte-Direction or Surprise End Ending:
ing: Ending: A favorite device of comic
strip artists,

thi s category
includes
gags that
lead the read reader
er reader toward one
e o n c 1 u sion,
then smack
him with just
the opposite of
what he ex expects,
pects, expects, either
in the picture
or the cap caption,
tion, caption, such as

ADDIS

the coed who unmasks at a cos costume
tume costume party, revealing a face

CHARLES ARNADE
Dark Continent Becoming Lighter

(EDITORS NOTE: Charles
Arnade, 33, Is a member of the
history and C-l teaching staff.)

When I started elementary
school in 1934 there were three
Independent countries in Africa:
the Union of South Africa, Eth Ethiopia
iopia Ethiopia and Liberia.
Two years
] a t e r we
moved to Chi China
na China and during |
our journey to
the Far East I It T'yji
saw war for M
the first time
with my own
young eyes. J
The Italians
were invading
Ethiopia. Only ARNADE
two independent countries re remained.
mained. remained.
At the end of World War II
four independent countries were
on the African map: Ethiopia
regained its independence and
Egypt gained full sovereignty.
*
BY JAN. 1, 1960, ten independ independent
ent independent countries existed on the
beautiful dark continent". The
i six additional ones were Tu Tunisia,
nisia, Tunisia, Morocco, Libya, Sudan,
Ghana and Guinea.
Last Sunday, June 26, when
I wrote my last column the
score wag thirteen; the three
new countries were Cameroon,
Togo and the Mali Federation.
Today, one week later, the
number of independent coun countries
tries countries in Africa has risen to six sixteen.
teen. sixteen. Three new nations gained
independence this week. First
came the Malagasy Republic,
then the huge Republic of Congo,
and finally the Somali Republic.
* *
TWO MORE ARE SLATED
for independence this year: the
Union of Central Africa and pop populous
ulous populous Nigeria. The colonies of
Sierra Leone, Kenya, Northern
and Southern Rhodesia, British
Cameroons, NyasaJand, Uganda
(all English). French Somali Somaliland,
land, Somaliland, the Ivory Coast, the Niger
Republic, Dahomey, the Voltaic
Republic and Mauritania (all
French); and Belgian Ruanda-
Urundi are on the way to free freedom
dom freedom from Europeon rule.
There is a war of independ independence
ence independence in Algeria. There is un unrest
rest unrest in Portuguese Angola and
in the Spanish colonies in Africa.
With serious trouble at hand
in Asia and Latin America the
United States must forget Afri Africa.
ca. Africa. There are many things in
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more grotesque than her mask.
Exaggeration: Similar to the
true-to-life gag, except this one
could never happen. Any every everyday
day everyday situation is merely exag exaggerated
gerated exaggerated to the extreme. A fat
lady gets on the drugstore scale,
The needle doesnt just jump.
It spins so fast that the scale
takes off.
Cliche: One of the most fre frequently
quently frequently used devices because
its possibilities are limitless,
and a mainstay in the nutty hu humor
mor humor of Virgil Vip Partch.
When one of his weird charac characters
ters characters uses the familiar phrase,
catch the phone, will you?
he means it, because there is
a telephone falling from the sky.
Cliche phrases can be used,
as-ig or altered, to fit some car cartoon
toon cartoon that has been drawn in ad advance
vance advance with no pre-conceived
punch line, as the Orange Peel
does with its Foto-Toons.
Another use of the cliche is
to devise humorous variations
on familiar visual situations,
such as the stern father turning
out his wayward daughter in a
blizzard, or the man who dis disrobes
robes disrobes women in his mind.
Mechanical: This category
contains the bulk of the gags
youll see without captions. They
rely heavily on props and are
seen most frequently in fore foreign
ign foreign cartoons, like those in
Punch,

our favor to gain friendship in
free Africa (I am excluding the
white dictatorial and anachron anachronistic
istic anachronistic government of South Afri Africa).
ca). Africa).
* *
We have never been a colon colonial
ial colonial power in Africa. We spon sponsored
sored sponsored the independence of the
first African nation, Liberia.
Millions of Americans citizens
are African descendents. Afri African
can African wayg of life, such as music,
are part of our American way of
life.
I have hardly ever noticed in
the United States the often
snobbish European attitude with

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A mystic in India, for in*
stance, if hurt in an accident,
would probably be carried to
the ambulance on a bed of nails.
Gags involving signs also fall
into this category. The sign
serves as a caption.
Hidd e n element: The reader
sees something that the charac characters
ters characters in the drawing dont see.
Classic example: Hunter says,
Whats wrong. Crudley? Cat
got your tongue? While behind
him. Crudley is being eaten by
a lion.
Illustrated Joke: The drawing
isnt important. It just serves
as a vehicle for the clever epi epigram
gram epigram in the caption. Take any
drawing of two people talking
and it can be used with any dia dialogue
logue dialogue joke for a caption.
Esoteric: Subtle, sophisticated
stuff that need not even have
a real punch line if it has a sly,
secret meaning to its special
readership. Often prevalent in
college humor magazines.
Switch: Suppose we reverse a
typical situation. A senior vet veteran
eran veteran comes home from school
and is greeted by his tiny
daughter, who says, And what
did our little man learn in
school today?
There you are. Now you can
make a game of classifying ev every
ery every cartoon you read. You re
wise to us now.

regard to Africa. The American
feels a genuine liking for Africa;
he often has a childish but com commendable
mendable commendable enthusiasm for Africa.
Everything except one thing
(the slowly vanishing practice
of unequal treatment of the
American Negro) is In our fav favor
or favor to become Africas best
friend.
Every hard core segregation segregationist
ist segregationist should realize this. We can cannot
not cannot afford to lose Asia, Latin
America and especially Africa.
If we do, I think this time we
ought to blame someone other
than the State Department.
CHARLES W. ARNADE



Castro Blocks Cubans
£
From US Universities

(Continued From Page ONE)
Cuban students came to Put Putnam
nam Putnam at the close of the spring
semester with letters from
home telling them not to come
back to Cuba if they wanted
to go to the UF in the fall.
Those enrolled for the sum summer
mer summer did not leave at the end of
the spring, he said.
More red tape Cubans enter entering
ing entering the UF must face is regis registration
tration registration at the Miami office,
Putnam said. Previously UF

Oriental Program
Reported Lacking

(Continued From Page ONE)
ey is appropriated, he said,
would be aimed at keeping pace
with rising enrollments and costs.
Even in the light of the tre tremendous
mendous tremendous importance of the Orient
in contemporary affairs the UF
has continued to offer only a
broad historical survey which
includes the non-western worlds,
Harrison pointed out.
The past three summers have
Outskirts of City
Offer Fun Too
(Continued From Page ONE)
Marion County is the home of
the worlds largest stand of sand
pine in the 400,000-acre Ocala
National Forest.
O'Leno State Park is on the
Santa Fe River, which disap disappears
pears disappears under the ground near High
Springs. O'Leno was the site of
an old town, 20 miles south of
Lake City, on U. S. 41.
Park Offers Much
Tile park has boating, fishing,
group and individual camping fa facilities,
cilities, facilities, a recreation lodge and
historical museum exhibits.
Closer to home is the Austin
Cary Memorial Fore-st on the
Waldo Road. Camp sites are avail available
able available through prior arrangement,
and picnic grounds, swimming
and nature trails are open dur during
ing during th daylight hours.
For weekend 'tivities there
are many lakes and fishing
camps in Alachua County. Uni University
versity University students may use Camp
Wauberg every day except Mon Monday,
day, Monday, and ski there on Tuesday
and Saturday.

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Cubans worked through a Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville office hut that has been
closed.
The Tampa office has had
four consuls in 16 months, Put Putnam
nam Putnam pointed out.
It's a pretty chaotic situa situation,
tion, situation, he said. Everything
seems to be tunneled through
Miami office now.
The Miami consul also asked
the foreign student office for a
list of all University persons
who can sign official papers.
This, Putnam said, is just one

included a course on Asia in the
Department of History but it was
discontinued this summer to be
replaced by a full non-western
world course.
In 1958 an unofficial committee
was formed to study the matter
and propose remedies. Last
spring a new presidential com committee
mittee committee took up the matter.
Made Suggestion
The Committee on Oriental
Studies made a report suggesting
integration of Asia into the pres present
ent present curriculum,
One suggestion was the setting
up of alternate courses in C-l and
C-5 to deal with Asian societies
and humanities respectively.
Compared to other southern
universities, the UF has fallen
far short of the mark, the pro professor
fessor professor said. Florida State Uni University
versity University has already inaugurated
a program which includes a
course in Mandarin Chinese.
The University of South Flori Florida
da Florida in Tampa intends to integrate
Asia into its general studies. The
new Presbyterian College in St.
Petersburg will teach Chinese.
Progress ,U T P North
'When you go up north there
is even more progress, he not noted.
ed. noted.
Many little-known small col colleges
leges colleges carry courses in oriental
languages and cultures, he said.
Os coursa the big universities
such as Columbia and Harvard
have very comprehensive stud studies,
ies, studies, both specialized and general,
in this very important field,
Harrison said.
For a university to really be
great it must have at least one
person devoting full time to Chi Chinese
nese Chinese studies, Harrison main maintained.
tained. maintained.
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of many check-ups they have
on the students and us.
Holds Back Money
Castro doesnt recognize sum summer
mer summer sessions, he said. He has
refused to allow money to be
sent to Cubans enrolled here for
the summer.
Things will probably get
worse before they get better,
Putnam said.
The number of Cubans re returning
turning returning in the fall depends on
the resourcefulness of individ individuals
uals individuals concerned.
He hazarded a guess that
there would be a 40 per cent
decrease but qualified It by say saying
ing saying it might be a bad guess.
Registered last spring were
55 Cubans out of 163 Latins, in including
cluding including Puerto Ricans. One
was a faculty member enrolled
in one course.
This summer only 15 Cubans
are enrolled out of 88 Latina.
This is less than one to four,
whereas the spring ratio was
over one to three.
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CONTINUOUS EVENTS
The Bad Seed is this weeks
Florida Union movie to be shown
tonight in the Health Center Aud Auditorium.
itorium. Auditorium.
Beginning Dance Lessons con continue
tinue continue Monday night at 7 in the
Florida Union Social Room.
Tuesday night at 7 are Begin- j
ning and Advanced Bridge Lee- j
sons in the Florida Union Oak
Room.
The Florida Union Social Room j
is the spot for Advanced Dance
Lessons at 7 p.m. on Wednesdays.
Duplicate Bridge Games are
played at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday
in the Florida Union Oak Room.
MONDAY, JULY 11: Os special
interest this week is President
Reitzs informal talk on his trip
to Burma. It will be given in
the Florida Union Auditorium at
8 p.m.
THURSDAY, JULY 14; The sec second
ond second of the Lyceum Council series
will be presented. Gersin Yessin,
noted pianist, will perform at 8
p.m. in the University Auditorium.
Dr. Fletcher Watson, Professor
of Science Education, Harvard 1
University, will speak on Science
in Education-A. Look Ahead in
Walker Auditorium at 1:10 p.m.

Justices Named, Traffic Court Opens Shop

Five justice* have been ap- 1
pointed and approved to the sum- j
mer session Traffic Court, Chief
Justice Jim Shapro announced
this week.
They are Bill Hurd, Bob Water*.
Alex Furst, David Patterson and
Phil Larson.
Wayne Rayburn, a sixth jus justice,
tice, justice, was appointed and approved
earlier.
The first traffic court of the
summer session will be held the
night of July 12.

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green Florida Union canopy has been taken down for
a while. Students have not been able to seek refuge
from the rain under its protective arms since it was
sent to the repair shop last spring. There has been no
word as to when it will be put back.
Lost And Found Organized by SG

Paul Hendricks, acting secre
tary of mens affairs, has announ announ:
: announ: ced preliminary plans for the ope
ration of the Lost and Found De De[
[ De[ partment this summer.
The new system, just getting un underway,
derway, underway, will consist of six or sev seven

1 Shapro asked that all students.
j receiving campus traffic tickets
report to his office in the Florida
Union, Room 316. All appeals,
! tickets, questions and problems
must be handled through that of office.
fice. office.
j The revenues from traffic fines
go directly to student government,
I he explained.
For the first ticket in one calen-
I dar year the fine is one dollar,
1 for the second, five dollars, and
I for the third ten dollars and loss :

en seven central pickups for stray arti articles,
cles, articles, Hendricks said. These arti articles
cles articles will then be located in the
student government offices, where
they may be picked up upon iden identification
tification identification by the owner.

of driving privileges for one cal calendar
endar calendar year.
All tickets received on the cam campus
pus campus are handled through the stu student-run
dent-run student-run traffic court. Tickets re received
ceived received off campus and for other
than parking offense* are to be
paid in the Gainesville court.

Budgets Passed, Referred
By SG Steering Committee

Three student organizational
! summer budgets were referred
I back to the finance committee by
| the SG steering committee last
j Thursday.
Four other budgets, including
the summer special fund were ap>
proved. Items in the special fund
; budget include Summer Frolics,
i 1960 Homecoming and a proposed
grant to the special activities com com;
; com; mittee.
The proposed music department
budget a nearsl7s deficit),
the Summer Gator budget and a
proposed grant to the Florida Un Union
ion Union for a student activities board
| were tabled for reconsideration by
the finance committee.
Student fee income for the De Department
partment Department of Music was estimated
at over $2,000 and' the Summer
| Gator, $2,251. (Advertising in-

Young Bondman to Provide
Summer Frolics Rhythms

Music for the 1960 Summer
Frolics, July 23, will be provid provided
ed provided by 21-year-old Ray Stevens
and his orchestra.
Stevens, who has written over
200 songs and had 50 recorded,
will play on the second floor
of the air-conditioned Hub.
Dancing will be on both floors,
with music piped dbwnstairs.
His orchestra was organized
in 1957. It has appeared at Flor Florida
ida Florida State University, Georgia
Tech. Auburn, Georgia State
and the University of Georgia.
A Summer Carnival will be
the theme for Frolics week weekend,
end, weekend, which will include the

IN THE DARK

Modern Novel, Classic
Made Into Movies,
Reach Local Screens

Two best-selling novels made
into pictures top the list of local
movies this week. "Anatomy of
a Murder and the classic, "Kid "Kidnaped
naped "Kidnaped bring two types of enter entertainment
tainment entertainment to the screen.
"Kidnaped," playing at the
Florida Friday and Saturday, is
the second novel by Robert Louis
Stevenson to be brought to the
screen by Walt Disney.
A Buena Vista release, "Kid "Kidnaped"
naped" "Kidnaped" co-stairs Peter Finch,
James MacArthur, Bernard Lee
and John Laurie. A' strong sup supporting
porting supporting cast includes Niall Mac-
Ginnis, Peter O'Toole, and Miles
Malleson.
Double Feature Sunday
At the State Sunday and Mon Monday
day Monday "Touch of Larceny with
James Mason and Vera Miles is
co-featured with "Chance Meet Meeting"
ing" Meeting" starring Hardy Kruger.
Chance Meeting" is based on
the novel of the same name, al although
though although it is hard to tell by com comparison.
parison. comparison. The story of an illicit
affair among neighbors, "Meet "Meeting"
ing" "Meeting" offer* contrast of a sort to
Touch of Larceny.
Japanese Dialogue
Not a single word of English is
spoken by thp Japanese actors
in "The Gallant Hours," starring
James Cagney as Admiral "Bull"
Halsey, and opening on Sunday at
the Florida Uieatre. Th e voice of
an unseen narrator will keep the
audience posted on what the Jap Japanese
anese Japanese are up to. What theyre
up to i no good in this film de depicting

Shapro explained that students
who feel they have been wrong wrong|
| wrong| ly ticketed, may appear for trial
before the Student Traffic Court.
The office will be open from 1
to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Fri Friday
day Friday during the summer session.

come for the Gator was estimated
at $1,100.) The Florida Union ask asked
ed asked for a grant of $250.
Approved by the steering com committee
mittee committee were budgets for the Sum Summer
mer Summer Players, Summer Frolics and
Lyceum Council.
The Summer Players estimated
student fee income At $875, (25
cents per student), but put the en enrollment
rollment enrollment figure too low. An extra
$l5O will be set aside for their
use.
The summer special fund in income
come income from student fees, traffic
court fines and Summer Frolics
was listed as $7,058.
Large appropriations from the
special fund included Frolics. sl,*
300, Homecoming. 51,000. and the
Special Activities Committee, sl,-
500.

rHE SUMMER BATOR, Friday, July I, 1960

judging of queen contestants at
Camp Wauberg and a "water "watermelon
melon "watermelon bust.
Tickets for the weekend, cost costing
ing costing $2 per couple, are on sale
daily in the student government
office.
Applications for the" Frolics
Queen contest may be picked
up at the Florida Union Infor Information
mation Information Desk. Entry deadline ia
July 20.
General Chairman for Frol Frolics,
ics, Frolics, Jim Alderman, invites stu students
dents students who wish to work on the
dance committee to leave their
names in the student govern government
ment government office.

picting depicting the wartime exploits of
Admiral Halsey, one of the naval
heroes of World War H.
<3
Murder Defender
"Anatomy of a Murder" comes
to the screen at the State Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. This courtroom drama fol follows
lows follows the best-seller closely, with
James Stewart and Lee Remick
turning in fine performances.
"Story on Page One, brings a
newspaper into a dramatic light,
and Shirley Gets a Gun" with
Chips Rafferty will delight spec spectators
tators spectators at the State on Thursday.
Wild River is the Friday,
'date-night, feature at the Flori Florida.
da. Florida.
Centers Travel
To Cedar Key,
Tallahassee
By ANN JOHNSON
Gator Staff Writer
Religious centers have big
plans for Saturday including a
softball game in Tallahassee and
an outing to Cedar Key.
WESLEY FOUNDATION : Meth- j
odists will enjoy a hamburger,
barbecue on Sunday at 6 p.m. A
short worship service will follow.
Sunday morning at 9, Assistant
Minister John W. Wright Jr.,j
will speak on "The Emminenee 1
and Transcendence of God. This'
service will be followed by a
discussion and coffee.
* *
BAPTIST: Rivalry with Fieri
da State University will be con-1
tinued with a softball game be-!
tween Baptist University centers.
The game will take place on Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, July 9.
t i *
LUTHERAN: Worship services |
are held At 9 and 11 on Sunday,
morning. The College Bible Class
meets at 10 a.m., Sunday. The (
center is open to students at all i
times.
* *
PRESBYTERIAN: Special event
at the Presbyterian center this
weekend is a* trip on Saturday to
Cedar Key. The group ii to leave
at 10 a.m. for a day of sailing
and swimming and a wtiener
roast. Saturday night, Latin
American dance lessons will con continue.
tinue. continue. Vespers are held every
| Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night from 9:48 to 10:06.
4 Named to Steer SG
Four new members were ap- |
pointed to the Student Govern Government
ment Government Steering Committee at last
Thursdays meeting to replace
members who had not enrolled
in summer school.
They are Ginnv JanJnmis, Tim
Wilson, Joe Caruso and Ellen
Kate.

RAY STEVENS. .
.Is Frolics (bandleader
Students With I D. Cords
45c All Day Saturday
AJS-CONOmONCD
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TODAY & SATURDAY
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IMS*
James Cagney4||gs
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aanart Hours
WEDNESDAY fir THURSDAY
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v KAY KENDALL
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FRIDAY
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SATURDAY
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wiHvT
ROBERT MITCHUM
Killer's Loose
with
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Bandido
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CARTOONS
SUNDAY TUESDAY
Giant Marathon
with
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Maet Me in St. Louis
with
' JUPY GARLAND
WEDNESDAY
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with
808 HOPE
Mating Game
with
DEBBIE REYNOLDS
THURSDAY fr FRIDAY
Gigi
with
LESLIE CARON
Gaby \
with
LESLIE CARON

Sir *4^
SSli

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Page 4

North to Meet South
In All-Star Football

Some of Florida's finest high
school football players have be begun
gun begun individual preparations for
the annual Florida high school
all star game which is slated
for Aug. 6
The University campus will see
select players from the North

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THE SUMMER GATOR, Friday, July 8, 1960

and South sections of the state
reporting on July 31.
South Leads North
The series, begun in 1949, finds
the South leading the North, six
games to five.
Last year, a powerful North Northern
ern Northern team bowled over the South Southerners

erners Southerners in a 50-0 game, the most
lopsided score in the series his history.
tory. history.
This year finds the South team
with the acKantage of having 20
members who were named to the
1959 All State squad with the
North, 13.
Th e South also placed more
players on both the All-Southern
team and the honorable mention
All American than did\ the
North.
Team Coaches
Coaching the South team are
John Adcock of Tampa Cham Chamberlain
berlain Chamberlain and Bob Collins of Stuart.
Holding the reins for the North
are Bill Caton of Ocala and Car Carlos
los Carlos Deason of Quincy.
Teams Evenly Weighted
The weight factor finds both
teams evenly matched. The
South line outweighs that of the
North. 2071/2 to 19914. The North
baekfield holds the edge over the
South, 17414 to 173.
In addition to the football game
at 8:15 p.m. on Florida Field,
the all-star basketball game is
scheduled for Florida Gym at 5
p.m.
This double header is expect expected
ed expected to draw the largest crowd
in the history of the games.
Intramurals
Green, Orange
Win Opening
Net Matches
A tennis league has been or organized.
ganized. organized.
Teams will consist of two play players,
ers, players, with team members also
able to enter into the league.
The results of individual
matches will be used to seed
players for future tournaments.
Milo Larimer and Harvey Bur Burdick
dick Burdick (Green team) defeated Bruce
Louden and Alvin Cohen (Red
team), 3-0.
In another match. Bill Black-!
stone and Alex Smith (Orange)
overpowered the Blue team. 3-0.
Other matches will find Orange
vs. White, Blue vs. Green, and I
Red vs. Yellow, July 11.
July 13 has Orange vs. Yellow,
Blue vs. Red, and Green vs.
White.
TTiose interested are to report
to the varsity tennis courts on
Newberry Road.
Faculty, Senior
Applications Out
For Fellowships
Applications for National Sci Science
ence Science Foundation fellowships un under
der under the Senior postdoctoral and
Science Faculty Fellowship pro programs
grams programs will be accepted through
October 10, it was learned this
week.
To be eligible, applicants must
be United States citizens, possess
special aptitude for advanced
training, and must have held the
doctoral degree at least five years
or have equivalent educational ex-!
perience.
Senior Postdoctoral Fellows will;
be selected on the basis of ability
as evidenced by letters of recom-,
mendation and other evidence of
scientific attainment.
Science Faculty Fellowships are
directed toward college teachers
of science, mathematics or engi-!
neering who wish to improve their
competence as teachers.
Applications may be obtained j
from the Fellowships Section, De-j
vision of Scientific Personnel and
Education, National Science Foun Foundation,
dation, Foundation, Washington 25, D, C.
Profs Get CP Grants
United Cerebral Palsy of Flor- j
ida has given SI,OOO in scholarship;
funds to the UF for teachers of j
the physically handicapped enrol enrolled
led enrolled in the 1960 summer session.
Ten. teachers will receive SIOO
each for a special program In the
College of Education.

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POLE VAULTING 15-3. .
, .Henry Wadsworth Misses Olympics.
'Fewest Tries' Ruling Kills
Wadsworth Olympic Hopes

Florida Pole Vaulter Henry
Wadsworth just m : sscd a berth
on the. Olympic team that will
travel to Rome this summer to
represent the United States in
the Games.
Wadsworth cleared the 15-3
mark, but 1 was beaten out for a
position by Dave Clark of North
Texas State, who needed fewer
try s to clear the height.
Wadworth, a 6-foot, 178-poun 178-pounder.

Open With 2 Sports


Tennis
Standings
TEAM WON LOST
Blue 0 1
Orange 1 0
Green 1 0
White n o
Yellow 0 o
Red o 1.
Blue 0 1
Softball
Schedule
MONDAY
Brewers vs. Flavet I; Estima Estimators
tors Estimators vs. Honeymooners; Flavet
111 vs. Villagers; Ole Men vs.
Thomas; Corry vs. Sledd.
TUESDAY
Flavet 111 vs. Thomas; Ole
men vs. Villagers; Playhouse
vs. ATO; Estimators vs. Barris Barristers;
ters; Barristers; Latin Americans vs. Brew Brewers.
ers. Brewers.
WEDNESDAY
Honeymooners vs. Flavet I;
Playhouse vs. Barristers; ATO
vs. Latin Americans;
vs. PKT.
THURSDAY
Sledd vs. Flavet 111. Corry vs.
Ole men; PKT vs. Thomas; Bar Barristers
risters Barristers vs. Flavet I; Estimators
vs. Brewers.

TEAM
Blue

Orange
Green
White
Yellow
Red
Blue

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der. 178-pounder. is no stranger to national
competition track meets, having
won the Florida and Georgia
AAU. in 1959 as an independent.
Wadsworth's also Southeast Southeastern
ern Southeastern Conference high jump king kingpin.
pin. kingpin.
The sophomore vaulter be becomes
comes becomes alternate on the Olymoic
team and will stand by in cast,
one of the other delegates is un unable
able unable to attend.

Large Turnout
Widens Softball
Summer Play
Summer intramural softball has
been broken down into two brac brackets.
kets. brackets.
Since an unusually large num number
ber number of teams entered the com competition
petition competition the regular summer pro program
gram program has been expanded.
The winner of each bracket will
play a three game series to de decide
cide decide th£ championship.
Here are the bracket break breakdowns
downs breakdowns :
BRACKET ONE
1. Engkems
2. Corry Cougars
3. Sledd
4. Phi Kappa Tau
5 Flavet m
6. Nine Old Men
7. Village Squares
8. Thomas
BRACKET TWO
1. Estimators
2. Playhouse Nine
3. Alpha- Tau Omega
4. Honeymooners
5. Brewers
6. Latin Americans
7. Flavett I
8. Barristers
Research Prof Retires
Dr. Arthur M Buswell has re retired
tired retired as research professor of
chemistry in 1955, following re retirement
tirement retirement as professor of chemistry
at the University of Illinois.
He will continue to serve as
.consultant on specific research
projects.

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BARREN'S WHIMPERINGS

La Femme Fatale Meets Match
Answering Questions and none

WHY NOT? Someday I'm go-j
ing to sit down and write a book!
of all the cute comments I have
received since I began sitting be- ;
hind the sports desk.
Actually, I do more than sit, I j
write stories, answer the phoney
and draw pictures. I draw the
best pictures.
Ive even been thinking about
taking my camera around with
me and taking

WARREN

a picture of the
look on people's
| face when they
say.
, You're Fran
| Warren
pause. .
Oh.
I don't mind
the Fran War Warren
ren Warren bit and I
don't mind the
1 Oh. but why is

there always a pause.
It's even more fun to answer
| the phone and try to ignore the
suppressed laughter at the other
I
Dodd, Peterson,
Games Hirhiic'it
Cooehing Clinic
The Florida Athletic Coacher;
Association has lined up some of:
j the top mentors in the south to con- j
duct its 12th Annual Coaching Cli Clinic.
nic. Clinic. August. 4-6.
Georgia Tech's Bobby Dodd will
be accompanied by his football as- ;
sistants and Tech's Southeastern
Conference champion basketball ;
coach. Whack Hyder.
Florida State's Bill Peterson and j
Tampa University Head Coach
Marcellino Huerta will speak on
football.
Head Coach Rav Graves will
lead Florida football staffers along
w-ith Norman Sloan, UF basket basketball
ball basketball coach.
The high school all-star basket basketball
ball basketball and football games will close
| the clinic. The cagers will go at
5 p. m. Saturday in Florida Gym
and the gridders knock heads at
8:30 on Florida Field.
Indiana Cager
Given UF Grant
I
| UF Basketball Coach Norman j
j Sloan has reached out of Florida
to sign one of Indianas prize i
high school basketball players to
| a grant-in-aid scholarship.
Dick Reedy of Middleton, Indi
16-3, 205 pounder, won all-confer-!
I ence, all-sectional and all-regional
honors last year
In addition to being an outstand outstanding
ing outstanding basketball player. Reedy also
excells in track. He specializes in
the shot put and the 100 yard dash.
Reedy, a scholar as well as ath athlete
lete athlete he compiled a 94-plus aver average
age average during his four years of high
school, will follow a pre-medical
curriculum at the University.

Harvard Prof to Speak
In Third of Series
Dr. Fletoher Watson, profes professor
sor professor of science education at Har Harvard
vard Harvard University, will lecture on
i Science Education A look
Ahead. Thursday. 1:10 p.m.. in
Walker Auditorium.
His address is sponsored by
the University Public Functions
and Lecture* Committee, and is
open to the public.

end w'hen I say "This is the Ga Gator
tor Gator sports editor, may I help
you?
One of these days I'm going to
get an answer to that question
and I'm going to turn in my
press card.
Some of these comedians make
you wonder what they are doing
in school and then you suddenly
discover the reason. Society
wouldn't accept them.
I've even been called Grannie
and then had it explained that
that was a femmenized version
of Grantland. Oh. .Really?
After that fifist week, I thought
I was crazy, but now I dont wor worry
ry worry anymore, I know it's not me.
it's everyone else. -j-
Thanks to a lot o|f pictures
we've put together a sports page
each issue, so why don't you stu students
dents students get out and be active and
give me some sports news to
write up.
I get tired ol drawing pictures
all the time.
And anyway, I write sports, at
least I did write sports before I
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think I write sports, but I'm real really
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But 1 do draw some real good
pictures and Im a whiz at an answering
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