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UF Alumnus Winner of HC Slogan /Contest!

By DICK HEBERT
Gator Managing-Editor
An imaginative UF alumnus
class of sl came up with a
five-word slogan that won him
first prize in the statewide con contest
test contest sponsored by the 1960 Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming Committee.
HC 6O Best in Dixie en entitles
titles entitles Richard Denmark of Fort
Pierce, Fla., to an all-expense all-expensepaid
paid all-expensepaid weekend for two at Gaines Gainesvilles
villes Gainesvilles Holiday Inn, two reserved
seat tickets to the Homecoming
football game with Tulane Uni University,
versity, University, and SIOO in gift certifi certificates.
cates. certificates.
Second and third prizes went to
University student Charles Walsh

SPECIAL FRESHMAN ISSUE
This last edition of the 1960 Summer Gator is
being sent to all those students who will be enroll enrolling
ing enrolling in the University for the first time this fall. A
special section of features, photos and news items
has been included with material considered helpful
to these newcomers. We are looking forward to
seeing the members of this new group in September
and we hope that this edition will help in providing
a preview of the University community which they
will probably be a part of for the next few years.
THE EDITORS

Ex-Editor Calls
Castro 'Traitor'

The main course of action pervading the minds of
Cuban students everywhere is not to adjust to recent
regulations of the Cuban government but to destroy
htem, according to an exiled Havana newspaper editor.
During an informal discussion in the Bryan Lounge
of the Florida Union Thursday, former editor Humberto
Medrano of the liberal newspaper, Prensa Libre, called
Cuban Prime Minister Fidel Castro a paranoiac and a
traitor.

Medranos paper was confis confiscated
cated confiscated by the Castro government,
May 16, 1960. He said since then
circulation normally 125,000
has dropped 85 per cent.
Under normal conditions of;
freely elected government no
matter how strong or restricted!
conditions are, students would be
expected to follow them, Me-'
drano said.
Trying To Destroy
Students arent considering
now how to adjust to new con conditions.
ditions. conditions. They are trying to des destroy
troy destroy Ihem and the regime that
imposed them.
Medrano was speaking in ref reference
erence reference to regulations recently!
placed on Cubans studing outside ;
of the island country.
The 15-point regulations were!
aimed at stopping Cuban students
from receiving funds from home
to finance their studies.
At the University of Havana,
the editor said, "the leader of the (
student body is no longer a stu student.
dent. student. He is a commissar under
communist control.
More Than Pneumonia
Medrano, at the UF for a lec lecture
ture lecture given Wednesday night in
the Florida Union Auditorium, [
spoke out strongly against Castro,
attributing the premiers needs
for mental rest to something
more than pneumonia, as report reported
ed reported by the Cuban government.
He (Castro) was and is a para parai

Bad Scheduling Blamed
In Play, Musical Mixup

A schedule conflict between the two summer productions, The
Tender Trap and Oklahoma, was diagnosed as a case of inade inadequate
quate inadequate program checking, according to the directors of the shows.

Oklahoma!, scheduled for
Thursday and Friday, overlaps
with the schedule of the Florida
Flayers production, The Ten Tender
der Tender Trap, set to run Wednesday
through Saturday.
Usual Attendance Expected
Dr. Leland Zimmerman, assist assistant
ant assistant professor of speech, said it
was simply a case of inadequate inadequately
ly inadequately checking the schedules. He ex ex
ex
SG to Serve
Goodies At
'Oklohomo'
Free refreshments will be serv served
ed served at the second presentation
of the musical hit Oklahoma" to tonight.
night. tonight.
The produorion. featuring a cast
of 60 and a full orchestra, is di directed
rected directed by Dr. Eiwood Keister,
assistant prottssor of music, and
is sponsored by the department
of music and student governmenL
Presented in its entirety, the
sh w wip include several'danse
sequences performed by dancers
from L Academie Dc La Danse
S-udio ltl Gainesville and such
musical hits as Oh What A Beau Beautiful
tiful Beautiful Morning." i he Surrey
The Fringe On Top, "People Say
We in L l Ve and the title so.ig
Oklahoma!
Refreshments win be served by
student government f o ii owing the
first act to all o n lawn )Jt
side the two mam doc r of th*
Auditorium.
The production will g-i.
p m. Admission is fret.

and Gainesville resident Nancy
Jessup.
Walsh, who took second prize
money SIOO in cash and $l5O in gift
certificates, spent a week dream dreaming
ing dreaming up his slogan, Greatest
Show in Dixie Gator Homecom Homecoming
ing Homecoming 60.
I worked it more like a cross crossword
word crossword puzzle, I guess, he quip quipped.
ped. quipped. It was a weeks job. I
turned in two at the same time
the day before the contest ended.
The first one violated the con contest
test contest rules so I started over and
made up this one after checking
the specifications.
Walsh said he had never even
won a bingo game before, ex-

i parai
1 noiac. He didnt have Cuba in
I mind even in the beginning, he
said.
The editor indicated that Castro
: has been living in a "lie he
created when he first started his
| revolution. He has got himself
into more than he expceted,
i Medrano said.
Not A Ruler
! There is no question but he
is a paranoiac, the editor said.
He is not a ruler but an agi agitator.
tator. agitator.
In his lecture Wednesday, Me Medrano
drano Medrano said Soviet agents number numbering
ing numbering two to three thousand are
now working in Cuba. The infil infiltrators
trators infiltrators are Czech, Polish, Chinese
and Russian, he said.
The exiled editor called Castro i
a traitor and the current presi- i
dent of Cuba, Osvaldo Dorticos,;
a bellboy with a presidents sal salary.
ary. salary.
Agent Os Communists
Medrano flatly declared, Cas Castro
tro Castro is an agent of the Com Communists.
munists. Communists.
You call him Fidel Castro. I
call him traitor, Medrano stated.
He said the Cuban people are rap rapidly
idly rapidly tiring of their prime min minister.
ister. minister. r
Some Cubans still sincerely be believe
lieve believe in Castro who now has 30
per cent of the people behind
him, Medrano stated.
(See Ex-Editor, Page 7.)

pects the usual summer atten attendance
dance attendance at The Tender Trap,
which he directs.
Dr. Eiwood Keister, assistant
professor of music and director of
the department of music's produc production,
tion, production, Oklahoma! said a packed
house was expected at each of
the two showings.
One of the chief problems, he
explained, is that both produc productions
tions productions need as much time as pos possible
sible possible for preparations and rehear rehearsals.
sals. rehearsals.
Makes A Difference
A few days makes a differ difference,
ence, difference, he said. Our show could
not be moved up to Friday and
Saturday because of the conflict
with the state high school all star
tournaments.
Members of the band are par participating
ticipating participating in both "Oklahoma!
and the all-star musical show.
Keister explained that he and
the Florida Players had discus discused
ed discused rescheduling the productions so
that they would not overlap.
It was suggested either Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma could be moved to Fri Friday
day Friday and Saturday, or The Ten Tender
der Tender Trap could be moved back
to Monday through Thursday.
The Florida Players didn't
want to move back their sche schedule.
dule. schedule. Keister, said, because it
didnt give them enough time to
prepare. We didnt mind if the
shows overlapped just one night
hursday), but we could not move
up Oklahoma! because of the
band.
Keister said the two would set
up schedules much earlier in the
year in future summers so as not
to have such conflicts. Also, a
new plan tor centralized program programming
ming programming which is to go nto
this fall, would alleviate the pro problem
blem problem somewhat.

cept for a dance slogan contest he High School. hes a well preserved 25-year-old
copped years ago when he was a A senior in electrical engineer- husband to whom hes been
graduating senior at Bay County ing, Walsh lives with his wife married seven years.

4HMBEIB 11^

Number 7

* T'-vfr ;l v, .avV' f W.;:*
§ 1
SR. HUMBERTO MEVRANO .
. . Blasts Premier Fidel Castro
Religions Campus Role
Cited in Tuesday Forum
By NANCY HOOTER
Gator Staff Writer

The UF faces unique problems concerning student morale, Bob Park
said Tuesday night *at a Religion in Life Forum.
The president of the student body spoke at the first summer re religion-in-life
ligion-in-life religion-in-life program. Representing the student viewpoint, Park call called
ed called attention to the need of courageous leadership in the entire state.

The University should be a
place of open inquiry, he said.
Students come here in a de decisive
cisive decisive moment, he stated, when
they are giving up childhood re religious
ligious religious patterns. The University

PARK DIAMANT
Coed Queries
On Summer's
Frantic Follies
Why ... in summer school. I
... do they:
Hold so many classes in Pea Peabodywhich
bodywhich Peabodywhich gives a pretty good
sample of the hereafter where whereafter
after whereafter we will join our friends;
Quit running the sprinklers sprinklersdont
dont sprinklersdont tell me the rain's been
stopping them!
Inventory the entire Univer University
sity University and close the Hub for a few
daysl know I have halitosis.
Honey, but Im out of Ipana and
the Hubs closed. .
Hang Venetian blinds in the
Mam Library at 3 p.m.clat p.m.clatterbangSilence
terbangSilence p.m.clatterbangSilence please
no whispering:
Keep giving those yellow
parking tickets; yellow makes
me warm I think Ill strike
for ice blue:
Have so many married males
around wheres my quota of
the 4 to four to one ratio?
dose Teds;
Only publish the Alligator once
a week?
Elin Byms
Recital to Go Spanish
Spanish folk tunes will be fea featured
tured featured in a Department of music
sponsored cello recital at 8:15
p.m. Monday, in the 1 Cen Center
ter Center Aud "orium.
Celloist Dr. Harry Dunscombe
will present a Brahms sonata and
a rendition of The Kodaly So Sonata
nata Sonata with piano accompaniment.

should replace them with ma mature
ture mature insights.
It wont be done until we,
the students, do it, he chal challenged.
lenged. challenged.
Facultys Role
Dr. Alfred Diamant, associ associate
ate associate professor of political sci science,
ence, science, outlined the role of the
faculty member. He observed
that religious doubts come from
those who have not completely
broken with their faith. Cynical
or devout students have little
to question.
The teacher has to work with
the religious ideas the student
brings from home, he said.
Students are confused by the
many foreign ideas they discov discover
er discover in college.
Teachers must communicate
with students on a person-to person-toperson
person person-toperson basis, he noted.
Grew During Depression
Most members of the faculty
grew up under the depression.
he remarked. Students should
understand the differences be between
tween between the generations.
Moderated by Dr. Franklin
Doty of the social science de department,
partment, department, the panel included
Wesley Tilley, assistant profes professor
sor professor of humanities, Dr. Edmund
Jones, professor of biology, and
Ken Kennedy, president of the
University Religious Association,
Outward demonstrations mean
nothing if they are not sincere,
Tilley warned. We are too op optimistic
timistic optimistic about expressions of
faith.
Religion One part
Religion is but one part of
culture." said Jones. The tea teachers
chers teachers job is to transmit culture
as a whole.
We should stimulate spiritual
growth as well as intellectual
growth," Kennedy added.
The panel agreed that reli religions
gions religions role on the campus is to
fit in with other elements of cul culture.
ture. culture.
In spite of small attendance,
response to the two-hour pro program
gram program was enthusiastic.
New direction was taken for
fall plans, reported Paul Hen Hendrick.
drick. Hendrick. assistant co ordinator.
We will try to reach the stu students
dents students from their point of view.
Hendrick said.
The forum was held Tuesday
night in Walker Auditorium,

University of Florida, Gainesville-Friday, August 5, 1960

Honors to Go to 503
At UF Commencement

IM LAST SO ACTION
Big Portion of Grants
A warded for Publicity

Os a total of $l,BlO in special
grants awarded at its last meeting
by the 1960 summer session stu student
dent student government Steering Commit Committee,
tee, Committee, nearly three quarters of that
amount was given various cam campus
pus campus activities and groups to use
for publicity purposes.
Seven hundred of the $1,360
granted for public relations was
released by the Committee to buy
mimeograph and ditto reproduc reproducing
ing reproducing equipment which will be
made available to students and or organizations
ganizations organizations for publicity this fall.
Located in Union
The equipment will be set up
in the Florida Union. The Steer Steering
ing Steering Committee authorized Stu Student
dent Student Body President Bob Park to
decide who should take charge
of and operate the equipment.
The University Religious Asso Association
ciation Association received a grant of $175
for both general publicity and
publicity for the summer forum
held Tuesday. The URA plans to
use $l4O of this to publish 6,000
folders to be sent to incoming
freshmen explaining religion in life
at the University.
SO Office Included
The student government public
relations office was granted S3OO

By MARY ANN AWTREY
When Professor Albert G. Wel Welchs
chs Welchs family asks, Wheres Dad Daddy?,
dy?, Daddy?, he's very likely to be out
driving one of the most overpow overpowered,
ered, overpowered, underslung buggies in the
world, a kart.
Professor Welch, a tall, blue- 1
eyed research engineer, dons his
goggles and pilots his red kart,
one and three-quarter inches off
the ground, with other karters
any night of the week.
Karting is primarily supervised
racing, under rigid rules, in karts
built to strict specifications.
The typical kart weighs about
100 pounds, has a four-foot wheel wheelbase
base wheelbase and is not longer than six
feet. It is powered by a single singlecylinder
cylinder singlecylinder engine of from 5.8 cubic
inches and 2.5 horsepower to 12.5
cubic inches and 24 horsepower.
It has no body and no transmis transmission;
sion; transmission; it uses a centrifugal clutch.
The cheapest do-it-yourself kart
kit sells for $l3O and takes about
three hours of welding time to
put together. Or you can buy a
single-engined kart already as assembled
sembled assembled for as little as $l4O.
Welch and others have formed
the Gainesville Kart Wheelers, to
regulate and promote karting in
the city. Presently it has about
28 members, and has been meet meeting
ing meeting on Thursday nights.
Members range in age from 14
to 40 and they will accept karters
down to six years of age.
Welch explains that this sport
offers all the thrills of racing with
a minimum of expense, plus more
safety and convenience.
Considering that the body of the
kart lies only an inch or two above
the ground, the effect of high speed
at 40 mph is terrific.
This sport isnt for mm only.
Tbs Gainesvill* Club faas held a

Goggle Eyed Prof
For Real Already

for similar purposes including pub publication
lication publication of a brochure and book
with the up-coming year's ca calendar
lendar calendar on them.
The music department received
$lB5 to cover expenses incurred
in a trip to the Stephen Foster
Memorial at White Springs.
The trip and entertainment pro provided
vided provided was called good publicity
for the University by Park in
asking for the grant.
Others Made
Other special grants made by
the Committee included $l5O for an
Atlanta trip by representatives of
the Law School Moot Court, $250
for the purchase of general and
specialized magazines to be dis distributed
tributed distributed in and rotated among the
dormitory lounges, and a SSO do donation
nation donation to the cancer drive for the
American Cancer Society.
The Honor Court received $l6O
for the hiring of a special full fulltime
time fulltime secretary for the period Sep September
tember September 1-September 16 to trans transcribe
cribe transcribe a backlog of 38 tape-record tape-recorded
ed tape-recorded trials.
It had already been planned to
hire a part-time secretary for the
period, said Honor court Clerk
Dave Stanley, so the difference in
salaries is $72.
Dick Hebert

Powder Puff event almost every
time theyve met, and girls can
enjoy racing as much as anyone.
A new track is planned in the
area to accommodate the growing
crowd of interested people.
The length will be four tenths

- - A
PROF. ALBERT WELCH ...
. Surveys His Wheels

\
Third money sl|6 in gift cer certificates
tificates certificates w'ent toOlancy Jessup
of Gainesville. Miss Jessup, who
came here from England almost
three years ago, enrolled in a
course at the University last fall.
She graduated from college in
England.
I though we might as w'ell have
something literary for our slogan
so I borrowed something from
Shakespear. she said.
Her slogan Measure for Mea Measure.
sure. Measure. A Weekend of Pleasure.
Jon Moyle general chairman,
of Homecoming said the selection
was in keeping with
ll(jtyljC&LS committee hopes

ip
p* mm
DR. RUFUS C. HARRIS
Gatorland Bands
To Play on Plaza
Selected high school students
are participating in a week-long
band clinic here.
They will perform in the first
Gatorland Band Clinic Concert
Saturday at 6:45 p.m. in the Pla Plaza
za Plaza of the Americas.
The concert, sponsored by the
department of music, will include
several marches and. selections
from TBchaikowsky, Bach and
Ra'ph Hermann.
Open to the public without
charge, the concert will be held
in Room 144 Building R in case
of rain.

of a mile, with 15 turns. Com Completion
pletion Completion is hoped for within two
months.
Until then, racing takes place
at the track by Bowlero Lanes,
and at the Palatka airpozt
(See Goggle-Eyed, Paje $)

to accomplish this year.
We are not interested in ex expanding
panding expanding Homecoming just for the
sake of expanding, he said. In Instead.
stead. Instead. we intend to refine to the
fullest those already existing ac activities
tivities activities so as to preclude any
thought from arising other than
the one expressed in our slogan.
He added that he does not want
the slogan to restrict or inhibit
the mate imagination and creati creativity
vity creativity of our students in planning
their Homecoming activities.
For all practical purposes. he
added, no theme exists other
than 1960 Homecoming will be
the Best in Dixie and it is this
we hope everyone will work
toward.

Eight Pages This Edition

Mercer Head
To Give Talk
To Candidates
(
By BENAYE STEVENS
Gator Btaff Writer
University President Dr.
J. Wayne Reitz will confer
a total of 503 degrees at
the Summer Commence Commencement
ment Commencement services Saturday,
August 13, at 8 p.m. in the
Florida Gymnasium.
Os the 503 candidates for de degrees,
grees, degrees, 240 will receive the bache bachelors
lors bachelors degree, 208 the masters, 41
the doctorates, 8 will receive the
specialist in education degree. 6
will graduate from the College
of Law, and 2, Sen. William A
Shands and Dr. Louis Orr, will
receive honorary degrees.
The commencement address,
will be delivered by Dr. Rufus
C. Harris, president of Mercer
University.
Dr. Harris is president-emeritus
of Tulane University after 10
years as professor of Law and
dean of the College of Law. He is
tho recipient of 10 honorary de degrees
grees degrees including the LLD. from
Mercer University in 1931, and
others from universities in North
America, Hawaii, and Mexico.
Assembly On The Road
Assembly for the bachelors
candidates is on the road which
passes under the arch joining the
swimming pool to the north end
of the Florida Gymnasium. Spe Specialists,
cialists, Specialists, maslers and doctors can candidates
didates candidates will assemble on the gras
sed area of the lower track just
west of the gymnasium.
In case of rain, the students will
assemble in the recreation room
of the Florida Gymnasium.
At summer commen cement
there is no baccalaureate, and on only
ly only one commencement eeremony.
There are no reserved seats and
every one is invited.
Tha processional will begin at
7:45 p.m. with Dean of Student
Affairs Lester L. Hale as com commencement
mencement commencement marshall.
The conferring of degrees will
be done in groups according to
college and degree. The dean of
the Graduate School will recognize
each group, and President Reitz
will then confer degrees.
Florida's Status
As Home for Old
Reported False
Floridas status as the Mecca
for older people Is a popular
view based on exaggeration, re reports
ports reports UF economist Dr. John N
Webb.
In the July Economic Leaflet,
he credits Florida's advance tc
one of the big population state*
in the last decade as being pri primarily
marily primarily due to the influx of peo people
ple people under 65. He points out tha'
Florida has gained substantially
in the labor forc e group 18 to 44
years of age, while most other
states are showing a decrease in
this group.
Florida is first nationally in per percentage
centage percentage population growth due to
meet migration, but the popular
belief that retirees ars primarily
responsible for this growth was
challenged by Dr. Webb.
Cor paring age compositions of
state populations with figures tak taken
en taken from the March, 1960, Cur Current
rent Current populations Report, and
shows that while Floridas eldarly
population doubled between 1950
and 1958, the total population of
tha stata doubled as wall.



Page 2

Freshmen And Families Pre-register, Get Fee ling of UF Campus. ..

New Outlook of College
Emphasized in Program

A new oiUiook on college life
is being presented in the sum summer
mer summer pre-registration program
for Freshmen entering the Uni University
versity University in the fall.
Dean of Men Frank Adams
indicated the [program is not one
of orientation to locations on
campus buJTo the more import important
ant important academic life of the stu students.
dents. students.
Attend JUjJ'o-Day Sessions
A total of -nearly 1,500 students
and their parents will have at attended
tended attended 12 two-day sessions in
Hume Hall. Students and par parents
ents parents are housed separately to en enable
able enable the students to be on their
own, it explained.
A special-conference for par parents
ents parents is iifTHilffed in the program.
Group cortfarences are held for
students on the opportunities
and the curricula in upper-divi upper-division
sion upper-division colleges.
Individual conferences be between
tween between students and counselors
are available so they may ask

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THE SUMMER GATOR, Friday, Aug. 5, 1960

questions about the University
that are important to them. Stu Students
dents Students are counseled as to what
courses it is best for them to
take in the fall.
This early registration and
academic orientation program
is designed to help the student
to transfer from high school to
college work. It is also hoped
that through this program, stu students
dents students will not choose courses
during the fall rush without be being
ing being prepared.
Counselors' suggestions how to
preDare for college can be car carried
ried carried out in the before actually
entering the school.
Students who will have done
this pre-registering will also par participate
ticipate participate in the fall orientation
program. They will be assigned
to separate groups at that time.
They will attend everything
but the academic forums. To re register,
gister, register, they must pay the ne necessary
cessary necessary fees and receive their >
schedules.

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PROSPECTIVE FRESHMAN AND FAMILY .
. . Unload at Hume Hall

DEAN GIVES PROGRAM PREVIEW

Plans Under Way to Orientate
2,Boo Newcomers to Campus Life

By ANN JOHNSON
Gator Staff Writer
Nearly 2,800 freshmen will take!
part in the orientation program
beginning September 12.
A preview of the program for
fall orientation has been given by
Dean of Men Frank Adams.
The stress in the new orienta orientation
tion orientation program i* being placed on
the academic side of university
life, Dean Adams explained.
Not Geographic
This is not an orientation to |
the geography of the University
campus," he said.
New students are not being tak-:
en on tours of the campus, but
are spending more time learning;
about the courses they are to take.
Students are learning how to
best transfer from high school
to college level work. Individual
counseling is being gi\en by re representatives
presentatives representatives from the various
colleges of the University. Orien Orientation
tation Orientation group leaders are avail available
able available to answer any questions
about university life.
Many new events have been
planned, according to Dean
Adams. University President Dr.
J. Wayne Reitz will welcome the
students on Tuesday night, Sep-1

.tember 18, at the presidents ad address
dress address and reception.
Mure Time For SG
More time will be devoted to
! the student government and honor
court forums, than was given in
the past, Dean Adams said. A
movie produced by the honor
court about the honor system will
be shown to students before they
pledge themselves to the Univer University
sity University code.
Testing will take a great deal
of the time allotted to orienta orientation.
tion. orientation. Eight hours of psychologi psychological
cal psychological and aptitude tests will be
given to be used for reference
bv counselors.
During orientation, students are
divided into groups averaging 30
persons each. This fall, groups will
>e divided under divisions of
Freshmen who entered this sum summer,
mer, summer, participants tn the early re registration
gistration registration program, and those
coming to the campus for the first
time.
Guides Provided
Outstanding sophomores and j
juniors at the University will bej
group leaders for guiding and;
questioning.
All new students* will receive
I general information booklets

Step to Freedom
Is Most Difficult
For UF Frosh

By MARY ANN AWTREY
Gator Staff W riter
The change from high school to
college is a big one in many
ways, but, according to the Dean
of Academic Affairs, R. B. Mairtz,
the largest single change is the
new intellectual freedom fresh freshmen
men freshmen will experience.
The University student is treat treated
ed treated as a mature person, until and
unless he proves himself to be un unable
able unable to fulfill the obligations en entailed,
tailed, entailed, he said.
UF Highly Competitive
The University is a highly com competitive
petitive competitive school, with a place for
only those students who indicate
an interest in education, Mautz
explained.
The freshman will find the
college atmosphere radically dif different
ferent different from his accustomed stir stirroundings.
roundings. stirroundings. Besides the
change in living habits, social

from the University during Au August.
gust. August. Orientation procedure will
he included in these pamphlets.
Freshmen who entered in the
summer are to take part in fall
orientation. They will undergo ad additional
ditional additional testing and attend more
forums on the academic life on
campus.
Fall Registrants
To Read, Sign
Riot Statement
Students registering in the fall
may # have to sign a statement
acknowledging their familiarity
with the new University policy
concerning student demonstra demonstrations,
tions, demonstrations, Dean of Students Lester
Hale said this week.
Committee studies last spring
of student crowd actions brought
about the new policies outlined in
a memo to the students from
University President J. Wayne
Reitz.
It has been recommended that
tills policy be incorporated in the
University regulation*. The UF
Senate must first pass approval
before this move can be accept accepted.
ed. accepted.
Entrants generally sign a state statement
ment statement saying they are familiar
with regulations, Hale explained,
but these specific regulation* will
not be included early enough for
fall registration. To fill this gap
the administration is planning a
special form for registrants to
sign.

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activities and course material,
there is a difference in ap approach.
proach. approach.
There are no daily checks in
class on coverage of material, the
professor does not make a black
mark in his book for each recita recitation,
tion, recitation, but the individual is respon responsible
sible responsible for getting his work done, the
dean said.
Only Points the Way
The professor can only point the
way to the student, he cannot lead
him by the hand to the library,
study hall, or a quiet comer in the
dorm and hold a stick over him
until he studies.
Besides the intellectual free freedom,
dom, freedom, in terms of discipline in
academies, study habits or so social
cial social activities, the caliber of fel fellow
low fellow students is much different.
The best students from high
school are at this University, he
said; those who do not make the
grade dont stay long.
Willing to Help
Dean Mautz stressed the inde independence
pendence independence and competitive nature
of the University. Counselors are
willing to give all the help they
can to students, but they cannot
look up each student who may
need it.
The initiative to study, to bud budget
get budget time, to do outside work and
give extra time to difficult sub subjects
jects subjects must come from the stu student.
dent. student.
There are no automatic passes
to the next grade, no study
halls, and plenty of social dis distractions
tractions distractions here, Dean Mautz,
said.
* age
POINT SYSTEM
It is a fact that few fresh freshmen
men freshmen when they first arrive at
the University, know what the
point system of grading means.
It works this way:
A letter grade is given for
each course taken, and a num number
ber number of points is given for each
hour of class depending what
letter grade was received: four
points for each A, three for
each B, two for each C,
and one for each D.
Thus an A in a three hour
course w-ould mean 12 honor
points (four times three). The
nupiber of points received in all
courses is then totaled and di divided
vided divided by the number of hours
carried that semester.
Obviously, a 4.0 average is
pretty good.
UF to Be Represented
In Soviet Union Study
James D. Pope, retired adviser
in the foreign program of the In International
ternational International Cooperation Adminis Administration
tration Administration and doctoral candidate in
education at the UF, leaves this
week for a five-week field study
of education in the Soviet Union, j

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/ By 808 PARK
Student Body President
T|e secret freshman is not the
wi#-eyed body wandering about
FJrida Gymnasium looking for
tl| bathroom. Nor is he the ha-ha ha-haht,
ht, ha-haht, firm handshake and TV TVtdse
tdse TVtdse rushee.
Nor is he the hopeful animal
*truggling to the first day of
classes with more books than he
needs, wondering if he was too
daring, leaving his rat cap in his
room.
The secret freshman is deep in inside
side inside each IUC. He is a little
frightened, considerably confused
and certain that none of these
other smiling, loud-mouth people
can feel the way he does.
But there hes wrong. Every Everyones
ones Everyones a little scared.
'* *
ITS LIKE THE SIGN that says:
If you are not confused, then
you just don't know what's going
on.
Another aspect of the secret
freshman shows itself only when
he is alone, thinking of his true,
adventurous self, the self amost
.
no one knows.
Last year this mysterious, un unsuspected
suspected unsuspected part of his personality
toyed with the idea of parachut parachuting
ing parachuting into Russia to lead a counter counterrevolution,
revolution, counterrevolution, or was asked to show
Brigitte Bardot around the night

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mother, Mrs. Fred J.
Pra/ie looks on with her
daughter who is ex-edi ex-editof
tof ex-editof of the Gainesville
H|?h School newspaper.
Named Jr. College Head
yt Roy F. Bergenren, Jr. hag
been named president of Daytona
Junior College.
Dt Bergenren, head of Indus Industrial
trial Industrial Arts and Vocational Educa-
been with the UF since
1941 He has been active in civic
affairs.
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life of New York, or was given the
Nobel Peace Prize for resolving
the Cuban crisis.
Now hes thinking of joining the
Marines, running Senator Ken Kennedys
nedys Kennedys campaign m Florida or
taking up flying. Tomorrow? Em Emperor
peror Emperor of the World?
* *
WHO WILL HELP th secret
freshman?
This, believe it or not, is the
job of student government. It is up
to us to help this insider break
into the outside world and get
some substantial accomplishments
under his belt.
Student government exists, and
all extracurriculars exist, for one
reason. To give the students a
chance to come alive, to do things
for themselves, to become crusad crusading
ing crusading editors or political reformers
or outstanding musicians. When
the mass of students sit in their
rooms reading ARGOSY or old co copies
pies copies of LOOK, student govern government
ment government has failed.
* *
It IS OUR JOB to help the secret
self of every student, the ambi ambitions
tions ambitions and hopes he rarely speaks
of to anyone, emerge. This is
the opportunity extracurricul a r s
provide. This is why so much mo money.
ney. money. time and advice is invested
in student government end other
activities.

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Get in Swing
With Things
Os UF History
By JON WILLIAMS
Gator Staff Writer
Monday, September 12. some
2,800 freshmen will descend up upon
on upon the UF campus to be oriented
into its traditions, regulations
and environment.
Assisted by a number of up upper
per upper classmen, the administra administrative
tive administrative of officials of the University
will introduoe to the new stu students
dents students such items as Hello
tags and freshmen rat caps,
Acquaintance Tags
The Hello tags are worn by
all freshmen during orientation
week to help them get ac acquainted
quainted acquainted with each other.
The freshman rat caps, pur purchased
chased purchased during orientation, is tra traditionally
ditionally traditionally worn until Georgia is
beaten, or if Florida loses, un until
til until Christmas. The rate cap iden identifies
tifies identifies freshmen and makes it
easier for them to ask direc directions.
tions. directions.
Controversial Tower
The Century Tower, a pro prominent
minent prominent landmark in the UF
campus, has had many varied
stoTies circulated as to its ori origin.
gin. origin. The University log book says
that it was built by Florida alu alumni
mni alumni in 1953 to commemorate
the Universitys first hundred
years.
Goggle-Eyed
Prof for Real
(Continued from Page ONE)
A group of enthusiasts formed
the Go Kart Club of America
with headquarters in California, to
regulate competition in a safe,
systematic and fair manner, to
conduct racing meets and to help
others do the same.
The other kart club is the Grand
Prix Kart Club of America, run
by Captain Sherman Crise of Day Daytona
tona Daytona Beach. About the only dif difference
ference difference between the two is that
Grand Prix allows all three major
classes of karts to compete in the
same road races at the same time,
while Go Kart keeps each class
strictly competing against one
another.
Grand Prix has already run a
major national competion, held in
Nassau in the Bahamas, giving
substantial cash awards to class
winners.
They also had the added fun
of seeing world-famed racer Stirl Stirling
ing Stirling Moss climb into a kart, get
out of it goggle-eyed, and in the
meantime, suffer a crushing de defeat
feat defeat in informal competition.

Coeds Cautioned to Carry
Toolsof Trade to G ville

By GLORIA BROWN
Gator Staff Wrlter
Sneakers are a status symbol at
the UF.
If a coed forgets them shes
doomed to gnomehood.
The rubber-canvas shoes are
practical, too. for in Gainesville,
rain is more frequent than sun sunshine
shine sunshine and during autumn the cam campus
pus campus resembles an enormous sponge
perpetually soaked.
Bring Vocabulary
Next to being sneakerless arriv arriving
ing arriving in Gainesville without an ade adequate
quate adequate vocabulary is like being in
Mau-Mau country and not being
able to speak Mau.
Master these terms and youll
soon be able to converse with up upperclassmen:
perclassmen: upperclassmen:
Barf . modern version of the
old-fashioned vulgarity meaning
puke . general nausea; i
damn . dormitory by-word
needing no explanation;
gnome ... an odd person;
gross . diastrous happen happening:
ing: happening:
gung-ho . very enthusiastic;
hunk ... a boy with an ex expanded
panded expanded physique;
out of It ... a phrase used
to mean one who doesnt com communicate
municate communicate ;
snake . verb meaning to
leave ones date.
With verbal barriers broken,
thoughts can be turned to ward wardrobe
robe wardrobe necessities. Bring plenty of
Bermuda shorts and light cottons.
Heavier clothes can be brought to
school later. Wearing Bermudas
to class is permissible although
donning slim jims or short shorts
is punishable.
Just One Formal
One formal and two or thrfee
good dresses should be enough for
social events.
A few pairs of durable "little
heeled shoes are best for bleach bleacher
er bleacher climbing. Sheaths make for po popular
pular popular football game wear.
Contrary to Vogue and Made Mademoiselle
moiselle Mademoiselle woolens are seldom
worn to the first few football
games. Its just too warm.
A coed shouldnt buy drapes
or bed spreads until she arrives,
advises Anna Cornwell, head dor dormitory
mitory dormitory resident at Yulee Hall.
It Advoids Clashes
To avoid clashes its best to
collaborate with your roommate
and check color scheme of the
dorm room, she explains.
Hangers made to hold several
shirts or blouses will be of value.
Wooden laundry racks are also
handy.
An umbrella will keep you drier
than a smile.
Bring a pack of stomach aci acidity
dity acidity pills to counter-act University
culinary.
All Kinds Os Machines
The University provides access

to sewing machines, washing ma machines,
chines, machines, irons, records and pictures.
A small fan and a hair drier
will make you one of the most
likable coeds on your floor.
Save everything youre given
after arriving in tile university
city so it can be hung on a J
wall board as is the custom
common to dormitory dwellers.
An alarm clock, radio phono phonograph
graph phonograph and typewriter might be |
+

Here's Traveling Guide
For Florida-Bound Men

Men. come to campus equipped]
with a pipe, a pencil and a pock pocket
et pocket flask.
A pipe will please coeds, a busy
pencil impresses professors and
a pocket flask automatically
makes you one of the boys.
A sturdy umbrella and a rain raincoat
coat raincoat will be other valuable pos possessions
sessions possessions in Gainesville. These
are things the practical male
student is never without.
Well-fitting walking shoes will
be invaluable. Dont try to break

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, chanced although it is possible
| that duplication by roommate will
occur.
If you blan you go through rush
bring, a hat and develop the abili ability
ty ability to smile when confronted with
ice water (first en mass rush ses sesisions
isions sesisions provide water refreshment).
Storage space for luggage is
available in every room.
1 Many coeds perfer to buy bulky
things after arriving. Sneakers, by
| the way. are sold in Gainesville.

in new footwear during the first
days of orientation.
Gym shorts and bathing trunks
should find a place in your suit suitcase.
case. suitcase. The University swimming
pool and nearby Lake Wauburg
provide pleasant splashing places.
Dont bring barbells, boys
theyre restricted.
Glenn Felix, resident counselor
at Murphree Hall says there is
a compus organization to increase
muscles and the growing weight weightlifting
lifting weightlifting fad is banned because of
danger.

THE SUMMER GATOR, Friday, Aug. 5, 1960

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Editor Joo Thomas
Managing Editor Dick Hebert
Business Manager Ron Jones

Did It Do The Job?

When Student Body President Bob
Park swung his gavel ending the last
session of the 1960 summer Steering
Committee, it became time for sum summer
mer summer student government to take stock
of itself.
The Steering Committee was some something
thing something new for the University. It was
an experiment. It is time to examine
where it was found lacking, where it
stood strong.
At the beginning of the summer
we lauded a new and efficient form of
summer student government and out outlined
lined outlined its purpose. Basically, it was to
provide continuity in government
through the summer gap, by keeping
in office those already familiar with
operations and preparing to take the
reins again in the fall. Has it accom accomplished
plished accomplished this?
* *
- SOME FEEL it has. We go along
with this, but find that, because it
was experimental in nature, it had
better be followed up as such. Some
things need to be added, some re revised.
vised. revised.
Some degree of continuity has been
maintained for the first time this sum summer,
mer, summer, Essentially the same people have
held positions on the Committee as
will administer student government
this fall.
But half way is not enough. A num number
ber number of secretaries of the regular ad administration
ministration administration were not here to take
part in the Steering Committee' spec special
ial special activities, organizations and stu student
dent student affairs.
* *
ONE CANNOT force these sec secretaries
retaries secretaries to come to summer school.
They are students and many must
work during the summer months.
What could be done in the future
is that each secretary who does not
expect to be at the University during
the summer recommend the appoint appointment
ment appointment of one of his under-secretaries
to represent him on the Steering Com Committee,
mittee, Committee, one who does plan to enroll
for the summer.
* *
THE ROLE of the Steering Com Committee
mittee Committee was outlined but vaguely at

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Be at Ease,
By JIM Me CORK
This issue of the Gator will
be mailed to next semesters
incoming freshmen. Accordingly
here is advice to freshmen freshmennostalgia
nostalgia freshmennostalgia for all others.
Freshmen: a lot of people
will be handing you a lot of
guff from the time your orienta orientation
tion orientation begins until you leave here.
But the last three and a half
years or so of it cant be helped
thats when it comes from the
faculty and your only defense
is sleep.
But you do have a problem.
You're going to have to decide
what to believe
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honor system,
j&V drinking,
gambling and
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MeGUIRK Youll note
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either youre fer it or agin'
It and you're probably lost no
matter which way you Jump.

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its beginning. It was impossible to
state clear out definitions.
With no precedent to follow, the
Steering Committee plowed boldly into
action. It was found necessary that it
take upon itself power not explicitly
granted, such as releasing to the 1960
Homecoming Committee SI,OOO, and
buying 700 worth of mimeograph
equipment for the fall.
It was rationalized that the money
the Committee had it is disposal
would go into the general coffers if
it were not spent this summer.
* *
THE COMMITTEE did not have the
authority to withdraw money from
this fund, though. Therefore, it dec decided
ided decided to spend the money on its own,
whether for summer or regular year
projects.
It was stated as a working purpose
of the Committee that it kick-off fall
programs, that it get the ball rolling.
It was also said that the Committee
should not be a policy making body.
Yet, it took initiative in spending
summer students money to kick-off a
fall program, Homecoming.
There seems to be but one remedy
to this contradiction of roles. That the
spring legislative council, the body
duly authorized to make such decis decisions,
ions, decisions, should adopt a resolution in one
of its last sessions each spring asking
and authorizing the summer Com Committee
mittee Committee to initiate specific regular year
programs.
* *
SO THE STEERING Committee will
not, in following years, feel it might
should be allowed to withdraw from
as well spend money provided, it
the general fund up to a specified
amount.
Three steps should be taken to mold
the Steering Committee into the func functional
tional functional organ it could be: 1) It should
not initiate or carry on regular year
projects unless previously authorized
or initiated by the legislative council.
2) It should feel free to begin and
carry through any projects for the
summer session. 3) it should be so
constructed so as to provide a max maximum
imum maximum of representation from all of offices
fices offices of the following years adminis administration.
tration. administration.

Frosh; Here's The Skinny

But jump you willand not
head first.
* *
THE HONOR SYSTEM is a
tricky subject. If you believe
in it whole-heartedly, youre un unworldly.
worldly. unworldly. If you dont believe in
it, you have no ethical standards
or morality.
So thread a safe course be between
tween between the two. Dont believe
in it and dont cheat. You
shouldnt believe in it because
youll meet too many people
who say they cheat. And then
youll get the squinty-eyed feel feeling
ing feeling that you're a sucker.
But you cant cheat because
if you have to when you're a
freshman you don't have
enough to make the long haul
anyway. Besides, some fresh freshmen
men freshmen are expected to cheat and
theyre checked more closely.
* *
DRINKING is enjoyed or com committed
mitted committed in few dormitory rooms,
some off-campus rooms, many
fraternity houses and apparen apparently
tly apparently all off-campus apartments.
Simply* figure out where you
stand on the subject and choose
accordingly.
You dont have to decide
about gambling. If you try, you
can find it. If you take part.

Friday, Aug. 5, 1960

youll quickly find either you
should keep onor you are un unable
able unable to anyway.
But remember, there are
those who consider you, to em employ
ploy employ the vernacular, fresh
meat.
* *
THERE IS a very safe rule
to follow on studying. Do itno
matter how your friends act
until the first round of progress
tests. They are the Truth and
the Word. Youll then know
where you stand and how much
you need to study. As for how
much you want to study and
what grades you wantjust
make a decision.
The last time I heard the
rumor, one freshman out of
seven eventually graduates. Not
all are women who get mar married.
ried. married. But quite a few are.
* *
BUT THERE IS one point to
remember. No one is going to
look after you all the time.
The only way you can botch
the whole business is to flunk
out. And at this place no one
cares how much you know when
you're a freshman, they just
throw away the bottom so-many so-manyper
per so-manyper cent. That's the percentile
system.

i
'Today's Editorial Is Going to Be a Lulu/'
e^ers * Editor

Need Some Way to Keep
Undesirables Out of UF

EDITOR:
What happened to all the let letters
ters letters that should have been, in inspired
spired inspired by Jim McGuirks
Teacher vs. Professor?
Is it possible that we are
both sick-sick-sick and the
gimmick of substituting confu confusion
sion confusion and academic tradittle
for teaching ability under the
guise of teaching us to think
is a figment of our imagina imagination?
tion? imagination?
I hope the offering of 1,001
(at least) extension courses on
everything from the combing
of crue cuts to boling water is
not being used to lull voters into
thinking theyre getting their
educational dollars worth or as
a substitute for correcting the
inequitable status of paying ed educators
ucators educators on any basis other than
their teaching.
If our educational institutions
are to be protected from be becoming
coming becoming a haven for those who
have the longest list of letters
after their names or their in influential
fluential influential means of obtaining
POLITICAL VIEWS

Where's Father Image?
'6O Voters Will Nix It

By 808 GLLMOLR
Already were off and away
with the whirl-wind national
campaigns, and yet there's no
Mr. America in sight, no all allpervading
pervading allpervading national image.
Whats to become of our
young, but able candidates
grasping in their nakedness for
a father image in which to
cloak themselves?
Mr. Nixon is by all odds ahead
in this build-your-own image
race, but hes not alone. Batten,
Barton, Dustine and Osborn,
better known as B. B. C. & 0.,
Madison Avenue's finest in the
way of ad agencies, will be help helping
ing helping him at every instant of his
quest. And this is nothing new
for Mr. N.
* *
IT WAS HIS ad agency
which coached him in 1952 in his
defense of the bought Congress Congressman
man Congressman charge. Adroitly, Mr. Nix Nixon
on Nixon pitched it that a few south southern
ern southern California patriots had con contributed
tributed contributed to help the Senator get
his message to the American
people. The message exposed
the Democratic party, the Com Communism
munism Communism in it, the corruption
in it.
Once again he felt the guid guiding
ing guiding hand in his creation of the
new Nixon during the 1956
campaign.
And surely he didn't go unaid unaided
ed unaided in his brilliant acceptance
speech last week the turn
about on a time for great greatness
ness greatness or the new twist, his
grandchildren will live under
freedom and the extremely
subtle discussion of the awe awesome
some awesome problems to face the next
president.

YET .ALL of this may be off
to naught, considering the still
too numerous persons chanting
Atta boy Slippery! and That
Nixon, damn shrewd politician.
How can one hope to build a
presidential father image on
this kind of base?
Mr. Kennedy, on the other

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a position, some form of screen screening
ing screening and certainly a change of
salary policy is necessary.
If the security could be im improved
proved improved and the right men
chosen, I believe a central test testing
ing testing body should administer all
testing and teachers could then
be paid on the basis of their
classes honor point average.
regulation of credit
hours would adjust for subject
content differences.
To prevent undersirable coer coercion,
cion, coercion, we could institute a rat rating
ing rating of every professor by each
of his students as to his ability
to create interest and intellec intellectual
tual intellectual curiosity as well as the
filling in where the books do
not reach.
An idea for a very helpful
column in the Summer Gator is
getting as many seniors as pos possible
sible possible to name five top teach teachers
ers teachers and five they would least
like to have again.
A score board of these two
leagues in print could do more
than a dozen pay raises to help
Florida.

hand, has his problems too. A
fearful set of pigs In his poke,
yell Catholic, immature, At Atkinsons
kinsons Atkinsons Disease and the like.
He, doubtless, had his hands too
full with these ardent squeals
during his pre-convention jaunts
to worry about image.
And with the comments about
his campaigneering still rag raging,
ing, raging, hell b e hard pressed to
strike an above-political above-politicalwrangling
wrangling above-politicalwrangling pose.
* *
WHAT, THEN, will be the
outcome? Will the per centage
of voters return to its pre-
Eisenhower low? Professor Hac Hacker
ker Hacker of Cornel suggests this will
be the case. He asserts that
the stay-at-homes who came out
to vote for non partisan Ike,
will simply stay at home.
In their apathy, he contends,
the sixty plus per centages of
the last two presidential elec elections
tions elections will return to a normal
fifty per cent or less.
But is this the whole story?
Does this analysis realize the in increasing
creasing increasing anxiety of the masses
over international tension, the
low standards for education ~nd
science, the missile gap, or woe woefully
fully woefully needed public works and
aid for the aged? No it does not.
* *
THE ELECTORATE will want
and has right to expect change
in both the administrative and
functional procedure of national
government.
Since these issues urgently af affront
front affront the entire electorate, and
considering the campaign they
will witness, it seems safer to
assume they' will come to the
polls in greater numbers than
ever before.
To back up these desires they
will require the next president
to be an aggressive, hard hit hitting
ting hitting relentless man, not a ben benevolent
evolent benevolent godfather. They will de demand
mand demand a man who is outspoken
in his proposals of reform, in
short, a politician.
The image is changing.

TOONTALES

A Dozen Gripes, 'Cuz Summer's O'er

By DON ADDIS
Looking around sheepishly. I
find the summer session and
thus my tenure as a columnist
shambling awkwardly to a
halt. Here I am with so much
left unsaid, so much more to
complain about.
Limited time
ance, I will at-
ADDIS tempt to touch
on all those
items I would devote a column
to if the Gator had enough
pages and I could keep myself
in a black enough mood.
As a good journalist in spirit,
at least, I want to talk about
everything I dislike. Some
things a man must get off his
chest:
I DONT LIKE cigarette com commercials
mercials commercials that implore me to
think for myself, and in the next
sentence urge me to get on the
bandwagon.
I dont like those infernal

CHARLES ARNADE

South Must Make Negro 'Really' Equal

(EDITORS NOTE: Dr. Charles
W. Arnade, 33. has been invited
as a visiting associate professor
to the University of lowa, lowa
City). He will teach history at
IU during the next academic
year and plans to be back in
Florida in May. 1961. He was a
member of the UF history and
C-l teaching staff.)
Civil Eights, Democratic and
Republican Platforms, Sit-Ins,
Segregation, Integration, States
Rights, Southern Way of Life,
the Supreme Court, Foreign Re Relations,
lations, Relations, the Uncommitted Areas,
the Constitution, the Declaration
of Independence, Democracy,
etc., are all related to Ameri Americas
cas Americas greatest problem: equal
rights for all.
The South is hurt, deeply hurt.
It demands equal rights, too.
It demands respect for its tra traditions
ditions traditions and customs. The South
claims that her large Negro
population has equal rights as
specified in the Constitution. The
South demands the respect of a
sacrosanct principle: the sepa separate
rate separate but equal doctrine.
* *
DO NOT MIX the races; keep
them equal but separate. There
are merits and demerits in the
principle, as in any doctrine.
May I ask you. does this doc doctrine
trine doctrine also assure equality in
human dignity?
If it does, then the separate
but equal doctrine acquires
real meaning, strength, and pos positive
itive positive features.
Let me enumerate a few cases
of inequality in human dignity
which are happening in our im immediate
mediate immediate area where the Uni University
versity University of Florida, with an in intemational

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novelty signs, like THIMK. ,,
PLAN AHEAD and Mad* in
Scandinavia by Trolls.
I dont like Classics Comics
of Hamlet that dont contain all
the quotations on the quiz.
I dont like parakeets. Nancy
and Sluggo, or tslky female
guests on the Jack Paar show.
* *
I DONT LIKE ice cream car cartons
tons cartons with lids that flop closed
when you dip in the spoon, thus
getting melted ice cream on
your knuckles in places you
cant lick without putting your
eye out with the spoon.
I dont like Republicans and andor
or andor Democrats who blame every everything
thing everything back to and including the
Trojan War on the other party.
I dont like cut-out airplanes
on my cereal package that
never fly.
I dont like movies about
trips to the moon, in which
there is always a flighty, un unscientific
scientific unscientific lady scientist who in insists
sists insists on going along to gum up
the works and coyly pin the
heros arms to his sides while
he's battling the Zorchtons.
* *
I DONT LIKE people who
revel in pointing out facts that
are contrary to popular belief,
like Our first president wasn't

temational intemational and scholarly at atmosphere,
mosphere, atmosphere, stands:
* *
1. THE UNIVERSITY Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Directory lists everyone
except Negro employes. (If I am
wrong, please correct me.)
2. The local paper refuses to
call a Negro Mr., Mrs. or Miss
(a Negro ex-medical student was
referred to as the woman.)
3. Employes at most local bus businesses
inesses businesses are told never to call a
Negro customer Mr. or Mrs.
(or Sir or maam),
4. Local bank employes are
told to address a customer as
Mr. or Mrs., but a Negro cus customer
tomer customer by his or her first name.
5. A printed annual report by
an important research unit of
the University listed the faculty
and staff contributions, identi identifying
fying identifying the individuals as Dr.,
Professor, Mr., Mrs. or Miss.
* *
THE LAST SENTENCES
were devoted to praising the
memory of the recently deceas deceased
ed deceased janitor, of over two decades
of faithful service. This loyal
service did not entitle him to be
called Mr., since he was a
Negro.

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Washington, but a slarlo
tinsmith named Irvir Furbish,
who spoke no Englis >
I dont like going to class
overheated after a hurried
walk, only to find ten
minutes of note-taking the
underside of my moist tgearm
is neatly ruled off In bl* lines
from my notebook.
I dont like crossword ]fczles
with items such as East *)i a n
Xotl tree, Taoin war wl Neros Jvre-maker and do domesticated
mesticated domesticated verglotz.
*
I DONT LIKE those
photographs of the old h r h
school class, in Which eveV eveVbody
body eveVbody is squinting horridly, yo T
favorite girls face is half'hi. A
den by Fatso Pomfrets elbow |
and good old Harry Smith in thJ
third row is wiping his nose on
his sleeve.
Just so you wont think Im
one of those journalistic nasties
who dislike everything, there
are some things I do like: old
Tarzan movies, my childhood
memories of Joe Louis, walk walking
ing walking slowly past perfume count counters
ers counters and bakery shops. Hallo Halloween,
ween, Halloween, and my faithful domesti domesticated
cated domesticated verglotz. who sleeps by
my foot at this Meriting.

Naturally those who agree
wuth all this will tell me that
this is our Southern tradition.
But did you just tell me you do
not w-ant integration but the
separate but equal doctrine!
It is time to make the leparate
but really equal doctrine part
of the Southern way of life; to
provide human dignity to all
Southerners.
* *
ONLY THEN can th| Southern
claim to equal treatment as a
separate geographical md social
unit get the respect of he whole
nation, and maybe of he whole
world. Maybe I am v rong, but
I am under the imprekion that
separate but equal mLns just
that, including the rial to be
called Mr. or Mrs. ardlo be in
the telephone directory!
How such a right colld lead
to the mixture of the Wees is
beyond me. It can leadfcnly to
Federal excesses and tl scorn
of world opinion. It c* only
give powerful ammunifcn to
Communist propaganda. I
It i* a denial of every! lir so
dear and so clear in the Dliara Dliaration
tion Dliaration of Independence. I
Charles D. Aude



Lab Battles Seas Eating Florida's Coastline

By DICK HEBERT
Gator Managing Editor
Florida is losing her beaches !j
Erosion is tearing away at the
state's edges, in some places at
the rate of 20 feet per year.
Nor are the. beaches alone being
hurt. Navigation, coastal roadways
and construction all suffer at the
hands of the sea.
Natural erosion of land and sand
is older than cave drawings and
is probably here to stay.
Man-Made Erosion Modem (
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But man-made erosion is
modern. And it is all the more ser serious,
ious, serious, especially here in Florida,
where 800 miles of sandy plea pleaure
ure pleaure make up one third of the state
economy.
Man did not set out to destroy
the shore line. He set out to keep
beaches her p where tourists
could enjoy them.
He hurriedly built sea wells, set
up jetties. He saw streams and
inlets he wanted to navigate so
he tried to improve them by
building arms out into the sea
on either side of the waterway
and digging a channel between
them. He had no central author authority
ity authority to turn to for advice or help.
Now tne UF College of Engineer Engineering
ing Engineering has provided this central help
and ways are being devised of
stopping the sea.

ENGINEERS CARRY ON BASIC RESEARCH AND FIELD STUDIES

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MECHANICAL WAVES Generated by hurricaneficial obstacles. Here the engineers have simulated a
velocity winds, the churning waters come crashing downrocky Florida slope to study the effects of water power powerto
to powerto the end of the wave tank where they meet with arti-ing against materials and into the basin at far left.

Dane Heading Lab
Under the guidance of Per
Bruun, Denmarks solution to
Florida's problem, the Engineer-;
: ing Coastal Laboratory has been
; showing the state what happens
1 when the tide washes out to sea.
Coastal engineers travel down to'
| troubled coastal areas to investi investigate
gate investigate the situation. Barefoot, they
prod around in the sand,. take
samples here, depth soundings!
; there, measurements everywhere.
; Mostly, the team of engineers
finds that local authorities con constructed
structed constructed breakwaters which inad-;
vertently stopped the nautral
flow of sand and other drift ma- j
terial along the coastline.
As tides side-swipe the shore-j
line they carry away this sand, j
engineers explain. It is naturally,
replaced in the process, though.
When a wall stops the natural j
down drift of materials, this re replacing
placing replacing process is stunted. Drift
j material is removed from behind
! the walls, but what was intended
by Mother Nature to replace them
j remains heaped up above the
w r alls.
Make Scale Models
As soon as the engineers have
studied the problem and gathered
reams of data, they return to the
UF laboratory to construct a scale
model of the area in question.
Out in the woods about a mile
from the campus is the lab;
where engineers don coveralls and
mold bay bottoms, shore lines
and ocean beds out of concrete.
When the topography of the pro problem
blem problem area has been reproduced on
the model concrete slab, experi experiments
ments experiments begin.
What is pumped into the basin,
wave and current generators
come into play, fully controlled
by the team of engineers in or order
der order to keep conditions similar
to the actual situation.
Water action is studied. Engin-:
eers watch e currents move the
sandy bottom they see drift ma material
terial material pile up behind jetties and
leave other areas bared, They tear
away parts of jetties or add to
them, trying to find what effects

such remodeling will have on the
drift. When they hit upon a solu solution,
tion, solution, the local authorities who first
called on them for help, are in informed
formed informed that all might be well
if. .
Model Provides Example
It is as simple as that. A Boca
Raton model study recently com completed
pleted completed is a good example of what
results from such careful logical
study.
The inlet at Boca Raton has
two groins channeling the waters
in from the ocean. The workshop
team found that adding curvature 1
to the ends of these breakwaters I
would make the channel more na- i
vigable and reduce the inward j
swirl power of the water on the!
lee side.
This did not completely solve j
the problem, however. Sand
from the down drift side had to |
be pumped across and under the
inlet to the lee side where mater material
ial material was still being oaten away.
Boca Raton authorities were no- j
tified of the findings.
Alongside the Boca Raton model
is the Sarasota Bay slab pre presently
sently presently under construction. Soon
that area can have the remedy .t
needs just as did Boca Raton.
Remnants Rest Nearby
Concrete remnants of what wag
once a model basin of Baker s
Haulover Inlet in North Miami rest
nearby. This was the first major
model study the laboratory team i
Alt. CONDITIONED
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undertook. It's work is done.
Running alongside the model
basing is a long tunnel-lik estruc estructure.
ture. estructure. This is the wave tank where
basic studies are done in water
motion.
A wind machine at one end of
the tank generates waves up to
20 inches high. Glass panels
along the side of the 150-foot
tank enable engineers and stu students
dents students to watch the waves come
crashing down on the tank floor,
stir up the artifieiated bottom
and cause general havoc with ar artificial
tificial artificial breakwaters.
Engineers are trying to simulate,
in this glass-walled tank, condi conditions

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tions conditions that exist in various Florida
coastal regions.
Visit Unimpressive
A visit to the clearing in the
woods would turn out to be most
unimpressive unless one had seen
drawings of the planned labora laboratory.
tory. laboratory.
Projected to the future, the
plans call for a huge hangar-like
building encompassing the entire
Disneyland style coastal labora laboratory.
tory. laboratory.
Perhaps there would not be
animated cartoon characters or
historical and picturesque dining
halls, but there would be cat catwalks
walks catwalks and observation booths.
The ground floor would house

THE SUMMIft (UTOR, Friday, Au 5, 1960

the wave tank and model basins. j tal laboratory? Experts in the
High above would be the catwalks stateestimate it with slogan. One
from which engineers and students j Cent Per Foot Per Day Keeps Ero*
would peer down on the vast I sion Away."
coastal panorama, watching cur- This adds up to about seven and
rents in action from a prime vant- a half million dollars in a period
age point, of five years. This is how long ex-
Above these would be the sec- P erls say it wall tdlte f t 6 bring
ond floor comprised of offices and Florida s beaches back to where
coastal engineering classrooms. were in 1930.
This takes planning. If Florid, ~F or ne n '' h h *"""
ians and tourists are to be able to s n : u ol '* be l M 8-
enjoy the beaches 10 or 20 years
from now there will have to be Thcn o u|d Flo ,. ida
some hard spending and working c e and dn \
right now. i.
How Much Needed. could tourists enjoy sun and
How much money would be sand that made Florida famous as
needed to complete the new coas- the world's play center.

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They wish to thank the student body,
faculty and university staff for their
patronage and welcome their con continued
tinued continued support when the shop reopens
in the Fall.
r
The shop is centrally located in
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We have imported from EnglandShetland
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sweaters from Lord Jeff and Towne Cr King.
Burnish tones of olive, brown, gold and rust.
Cant of New Haven, the leading traditional
shirtmakers, have introduced imported Swiss
plaids in their sport shirts; plus, of course, their
button down oxford cloth dress shirts in white,
blue, and linen. English tabs and stripes in ox oxford
ford oxford cloth. Also, in sports shirts we have either
the coat front or the pull over styles.
Look for our circular pant rack as you enter
the front door and housed here you will see a
wide selection of dacron and cottons (for rush
parties), dacron and wools (for football week weekends),
ends), weekends), and for the cool evening 100% wool
worsted. Needless to say these are all tradition traditionally
ally traditionally styled with plain fronts.
In our fine selection of natural shoulder
sports jackets you will find imported handwoven
Shetlands; lightweight tweeds, and the new
madras look in wool and orlon. These are al always
ways always a welcomed addition to any student's
wardrobe.
The* Tie Rack" has a tremendous variety of
wool challis, solids and the silk regimental
stripes which are the big thing in ties for fall
You can't miss our unusual "Wagon Wheel"
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Here you will see a wide range of adjustable
belts in stretch hemp, madras with cinch buckle,
English box cloth belts, and leathers. Our prize
belt, we think, is the Garberi imported from
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In order to give you complete details we also
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THE SUMMER GATOR, Friday, Aug. 5, 1960

DON GANS

In less than two months you will be a "Florida Man" or
a "Gator Coed." Your first few days at the University will
be occupied with registration, orientation and MANY impor important
tant important fraternity and sorority rush parties.
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IN THE DARK

Hercules and Bellboy at Florida;
War Epic and Atom Sub at State

By MARY ANN AWTREY
Gator Staff Writer
Hercules, a hypnotist, a wacky
bellboy and rampaging gangsters
are all slated to make screened
appearances this week.
Jerry Lewis is reliving person personal
al personal experiences with added zest at
the Florida in The Bellboy
through Tuesday.

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The Bellboy was filmed in
and around the Fontainebleau Ho Hotel
tel Hotel in Miami Beach. It in based on
the comedians memories of his
bellboy-busboy experiences in re resort
sort resort hotels in the Catskill Moun Mountains.
tains. Mountains.
The bellboy not only stars Jer Jerry
ry Jerry Lewis but represents his at attempts

tempts attempts as producer, director, writ writer
er writer and would-be actor.
Home From the Hill will run
Friday and Saturday at the State
Theatre. A powerful drama of a
divided family, a youthful love af affair
fair affair and of the emotional conflict
involved in the status of an il illegitimate
legitimate illegitimate son makes an exciting
picture.
The picture is based on the best bestseller
seller bestseller by William Humphrey. Its
cast is headed by Robert Mitchum
and Eleanor Parker.
Sunday and Monday at the State.
Hypnotic Eye and The Ato Atomic
mic Atomic Submarine will be the co cofeatures.
features. cofeatures.
Arthur Franz, Dick Foran and
Brett Halsey star in the A-Sub,
the first big picture about atomic
undersea craft.
How the ghost of a man,
made of lights and shadows pro projected
jected projected on the motion picture
screen, and aided by his recorded
voice, can dominate and control a
whole audience in a theatre by the
use of psychology, is the revela revelation
tion revelation of hypnoMagic, the new tech technique
nique technique introduced in the Hypno Hypnotic
tic Hypnotic Eye.
Starred are Jacques Bergerac,
Allison Hayes, Marcia Henderson,

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Marry Anders, and Joe Patridge.
Once more Steve Reeves plays
the role of the mighty Hercules
in Hercules Unchained, which
opens Wednesday at the Florida
Theatre.
In Hercules Unchained Reeves
is plunged into sucn adventures
as fighting tigers, driving battle
chariots, and the perils of being
loved by the Queen of the Ly Lydians,
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gin begin Tuesday at the State. Starring
in the historic tingler are two of
Britains finest film stars. Kenneth
More and Dana Wynter.
Produced with the full coopera cooperation
tion cooperation of the British Royal Navy,
Sink the Bismarck is the story
of one of the most crucial sea bat battles
tles battles of World War 11. It is the
true story of Hitlers mightiest
battleship and its destruction.
Holiday for Lovers, starring
Cliffton Webb. Jane Wyman, Jill
St. John, Carol Lynley, Paul Hen Henreid
reid Henreid and Gary Crosby is the co cofeature.
feature. cofeature.

Profs Let Go:
Turn Gypsy
In Summertime
You think those ten-month pro professors
fessors professors take it easy during the
summer? Look again.
While the UF grinds busily
away in their absence during the
hot summer months, the gypsie
on the faculty are foregoing ham hammocks,
mocks, hammocks, beach chairs and sofas
for a myriad of summer activities
and occupations.
For instance:
Social science instructor Char Charles
les Charles Varney is kayak borne on the
state waterways, exploring the
thinly settled Florida West Coast
from St. Mark to Cedar Key.
Makes Motorcycle Expedition
Geographer Edmund E. Hrgen
has taken to a motorcycle and in intends
tends intends to explore the new jungle
highway leading to the recently
constructed city of Brasilia, capi*
tal of Brasil. He plans to study the
road now and return in five years
to note the impact of development.
Dr. Oscar Svarlien, professor of
history and political science, is
bustling about Europe and the So Soviet
viet Soviet Union looking into various
countries claims on ownership of
the polar regions.
Working with Law and Atoms
As legal consultant to the state
Nuclear Energy Commission, law
professor Dr. Karl Krastin is at attempting
tempting attempting to develop' for the first
time Florida radiation codes and
legal frameworks.
Dr. Waiter Payne, another pro professor
fessor professor of social sciences, is guid guiding
ing guiding a group of UF students
through Guatemala.
Several profs are in St. Augus Augustine
tine Augustine uncovering facts to help re restore
store restore the ancient city as a monu monument
ment monument to Floridas Spanish herit heritage.
age. heritage.
Several others, for the sake of
history, are recording architec architectural
tural architectural details of early German con construction
struction construction in Milwaukee, Wise.
A quartet of political science
profs are visiting 10 Florida cities,
studying the stability of city mana mana|
| mana| ger government in the Sunshine
! State.
I
i Scientists Follow Research
Six other UF faculty members
are conducting research at the Oak
Ridge Institute of Nuclear Studies.
Others scientifically minded are
participating in important confer conferences
ences conferences in Europe and Russia.
I Some are teaching at other uni uni)
) uni) versities for the summer, or are
employed in jobs which utilize
| their special knowledge.

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CONTINUOUS EVENTS
Call Me Madam is tonights
movie in the Health Center Audi Auditorium
torium Auditorium at 7 and 9.
Monday night at 7, Beginning'
Dance Lessons are held in the
Florida Union Social Room.
Beginning and Advanced Bridge
Lessons are given on Tuesday at
7 p.m. in the Florida Union Oak
Room.
Wednesday night at 7, Advanced
Dance Lessons continue in the
Florida Union Social Room.
Duplicate Bridge games are
played in the Florida Union Oak
Room on Thursday night at 7:30.
FRIDAY, August 5 s Tonight and
Saturday night the final perfor performances
mances performances of the Florida Players
production, The Tender Trap.
will be given at 8 p.m. in the
Norman Hall Auditorium.
Oklahoma will be performed!
by the Choral Union and the 1
Symphony Orchestra at 8:15 p.m.
Ex-Editor Calls
Castro Traitor
(Continued from Page ONE)
While pointing out he was not
an economic expert, Medrano esti estimated
mated estimated Cuba faced total financial
collapse within two or three years.
But he gave Castro and his
regime only seven or eight more
months in power.
Castro came from the hills a
haloed hero. Now he is cheating
the peasants and farmers, Me Medrano
drano Medrano remarked.
No Freedom There
There is no private property,
no freedom of enterprise, no free freedom
dom freedom of the press in Cuba today.
It is all controlled by one party. .
the Communist party, the editor
said.
Stressing that Castro is not a
representative of the Cuban peo people
ple people in his anti-American cam campaign,
paign, campaign, the journalist pointed out
that the people dont like Com Communists
munists Communists or dictators.
Raoul Called Assassin
He called Castros brother Raoul
"a sweet little assassin. Ernesto
Che Guevara, director of Cuban
industries, was termed an ad adventurer,
venturer, adventurer, a soldier of fortune.
Medranos talk, Cuba Today,
ended the summer lecture series
co-sponsored by student govern government
ment government and the University Functions
and Lecture Committee.
The capacity crowd of 200 gave
Medrano a standing ovation at the
conclusion of his talk.

THC SUMMER GATOR, Friday, Any. 5, 1960

in the University Auditorium.
SATURDAY, August 6: The state
All-Star Basketball game will be
played at 5 p.m. followed by the
All-Star football game at 8:15.
MONDAY, August 8: Harry
Dunscombe, cellist, presents a con concert
cert concert in the Health Center Audi Auditorium
torium Auditorium at 8:15 p.m.
TUESDAY, August 8 s Final
exams begin today and continue
through Friday.

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MONDAY, August 13: Summer
graduation exercises will be held
at 8 p.m. in the gym. Dr. Rufus
C. Harris. President Emeritus of
Tulane University, 1937-1959. will
give the commencement address.
RELIGIOUS CENTERS hav e rio
special activities planned because
of exams next week. All centers
will be open again in the fall with
a full schedule of activities.
Ann Johnson

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Page 8

High School All Stars Ready for Hoop, Pigskin Games

Too Much Talent From End to End
Os Both North, South Gridiron Lines

By FRAN WARREN
Gator Sports Editor
~ Too much talent is the problem
as the annual All-Star North
South football game is set for
Kickoff Saturday, 8:15 p.m. at
Florida Field.
North coaches Bill Caton and
Carlos Deason and Souths John
Adcock and Bob Collins will rea readily
dily readily admit they have never had
ft so good, talent-wise.
Halfback Greats
At halfback for the South are
several of the states greats. Dar Darrell
rell Darrell Cox of Miami Edison took
All-American honors last fall.
Last season he carried the ball
for over 1,400 yards and made 24
touchdowns.
Everett McTeer of Haines City
holds All-Conference, All State
and All American credentials,
while teammate Jim Heaton of
Stuart racked up All-Conference
and All-State honors.
Tampa Chamberlain's Russ
Mercer pulled down All-City, All-
Conference and All-State honors
for gridiron feats. Russ gained
nearly 1,000 yards and led the con conference
ference conference in scoring, with 90 points.

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Another Tampa lad, Jim Elliott
of Jefferson scored 68 points and
ran back a kickoff for 75 yards and
a touchdown to pull in All-City,
All-Conference and All-State ho honors.
nors. honors.
Also running in the halfback
slot for the South will be Rich
Weber of Southwest Miami and
Del Bond from Stuart.
North Ready Too
The North squad is right be beside
side beside the Rebs with their list of
runners. In one of the halfback
slots is a hometown boy, Charles
Layfield ot Gaines vi 11 e P.K.
Yonge. Layfield came up with
five touchdowns in one game last
year to garner for himself All-
Conference, All-State and All
American honors.
Another speedster is Don Dake
of Mt. Dora. Don tallied for 12
touchdowns last fall, four in one
game.
Ken Crumpler of Marianna has
been a member of the All-Confer All-Conference
ence All-Conference and All-Big Bend teams for
the past two years. He has been
named Player of the Week twice
by the Pensacola News Journal.
All Everything!

t A 9.7 yard-per-carry average
i and over 1,335 yards in one sea sea-3
-3 sea-3 son, qualified Quincys Doug Jen Jen,
, Jen, son for All-Conference, All-North All-North
- All-North west Florida and All-State honors.
Other Northern speedsters are
i Dale Perry of Ocala, Fate Seay
i of Union County and Tim Kerns
3 of Daytona Mainland.
Both teams are equally as
well off in the line backer position.
. The South has listed both centers
f and Jine backers on their rosters
{ while the North has their men do dos
s dos ing double duty.
Tackled Seventeen
1 Bob Thompson of Ocala is one
of the Yanks slated for double
duty. Among the feats of the six
foot 205 pounder was the making
of 17 unassisted tackles in one
game.
Hal Phillips of Jacksonville R.
E. Lee will be Thompsons part partner
ner partner in anchoring the North line.
A six-one, 190 pounder, Phillips
recovered three fumbles last
season and has made a name for
1 himself as a outstanding line linebacker.
backer. linebacker.
The South will depend on Ogie
Keneipp, Miami Edison, and Ro Roger
ger Roger Mills, Miami Southwest to han handle
dle handle things at the center spot.
Never A Bad One
Keneipp was selected by the Mi Miami
ami Miami newspapers as the Lineman of
the Week and has not delivered a
bad snap on a punt during his high
school career.
Teammate Mills is a 6-1, 175
pounder who served a* team
captain last year. He is an above
average student having received
a National Merit Scholarship for
bis classroom work.
Don Alexander, Bartow, and
John Dent, Tampa Chamberlain,
will be the linebackers for the
South.
Alexander once set a school re record
cord record with 16 tackles and went
right on in the next week to break
his newly set record by making
24. Alexander runs from the full fullback
back fullback slot on offense.
Dent, a 6-2, 223 pounder, was j
selected to the All-City, All-Confer All-Conference,
ence, All-Conference, All-State, All-Southern and
All-American squads laat fall. He
was named Outstanding Player
on his team.
Fullback Stars
THe fullback slot is not to be
overlooked. The South team finds
stars like Jim ODonnell of Clear Clearwater
water Clearwater who ran the ball for 854
yards in nine games last fall. His
honors run from All-South to All-
American.
Larry Rawson of Pensacola
and Jackson Royal of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville Englewood will carry the
Norths colors in the game.
Rawson had a season total of
1,000 yards rushing and came in
for All-State, All-Southern and All-
American honors last fall.
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WHIMPERINGS
Femme Fatale
Frankly Finds
Finale Funny
By FRAN WARREN
I know this final column should
be full of prophetic statements,
slobbering graditude and other
mundane remarks. But, frankly
I dont feel up to it.
Before I finish my sentence"
as sports editor, there are several
j people I would like to thank. First
! of all, Jimmy Gay, for his help
; and more important, for not
breaking into gales of laughter
every time he saw me trying
to get out the sports page as
some people (who shall remain
nameless) did.
Then there are some football
friends(?) I would like to thank,
simply for staying out of my way,
for not offering completely ridicu ridiculous
lous ridiculous answers to equally ridiculous
j questions, and for just plain ig ignoring
noring ignoring me. Thanks fellows!
I took the job of spoi'ts editor
with lots of enthusiasm and some
misgivings and I turn the job
over to the man for the fall with
more enthusiasm and no misgiv misgivings.
ings. misgivings. Not that I havent liked the
job, I have. Ive had more fun
writing up the intramurals action
and collecting pictures of ye fam famous
ous famous athletes. BUT ... I think
I sometimes do, you know .
that I shall enjoy the fall season
WATCHING and not WRITING.
Its been an experience that I
will always remember . but
one Im trying to forget.
I Now that I have successfully
gotten every one mad at me for
ever taking the job in the first
place, I would like to get serious
| (I agree its about time).
I have enjoyed the time I spent
working with sports and THE
sports. Sometimes. Ill admit the
coverage was just a bit dated, but
I did try. And that should be one
gold star in my favor. I hope the
page hasnt looked too much like
"Ripleys Believe It Or Not and
that all of you have found one
thing you like about the page,
even if its only reading it through
to find the errors.
Once again, Id like to give a
special thanks to Jimmy Gay for
taking time out to help me, and
another thanks to those who read
the page and said something to;
me about it and still another to j
those who read it and kept their
mouths shut.
ITS BEEN REAL .
Blackstone Tops
Net Intramurals
Bill Blackstone displayed an ag aggressive
gressive aggressive style of tennis as he wad waded
ed waded through the summer intramur intramural
al intramural singles tournament to become
the 1960 champ.
Blackstone defeated Milo Lari Larimer,
mer, Larimer, 7-5, 6-0.
Bert Muller and Ken Bullen
came through strong to regain the
doubles title for the second year.
Runners-up honors in the doubles
tournament went to Alex Smith!
and Bill Blackstone.
In the boys tournament, Dan Danny
ny Danny Dennison defeated his brother
Jackie Dennison in the finals to
cop the boys single title.
In the girls tourney Sally Smith;
outstroked Jeanie Grand in the
final round to carry home her!
share of the medals.
FINAL
BRACKET J
WIN LOST j
Nine Ole Men ....... g j
Phi Kappa Tau 6 2
Corry Cougars ...... 5 2
Villagers 4 3
Flavet 111 4 3
Engkems 1 4
SIM 1 5
Thomas 0 5
BRACKET II
TEAM WIN LOST
Barristers 7 (i j
Hone.vmooners S 1
Brewers .... 5 2
Estimators 3 4
ATO 2 5
Latin Americans 2 5
Flavet I 2 5
| Playhouse Nine .. 1 6 1
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Rebs Favored in Hoop Toorney

Talent and college scouts will
be on hand at the annual Florida
High School Basketball Game at
the Florida Gymnasium, Saturday
at 5 p.m.
The sportswriters around the
state have given the nod to the
South to win.
Reasons They Lean
Some of the reasons the sports
scribes are leaning toward the
South are evident in North Mi Miami's
ami's Miami's Tom Shotgun" Baxley.
The six-foot guard won All-
City, All Conference, All-
State and All American honors
during his three year career.
During those years he compiled
a 32.4 point per game average.
Paul Radcliff of Fort Myers, a
6-2 transplant from Indiana av averaged
eraged averaged 26 ooints per game.
Taylor Stokes of Tampa Hills Hillsborough,
borough, Hillsborough, 6-4, 170 pounder, was
named to All City, All Confer Conference,
ence, Conference, All-State and All-American
squads.
Set Records
Doug Law of Northeast in St.
Petersburg rewrote the record
book last season. He set a city
scoring record of 526 points, a
Western Conference record of 451

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points, and a two year record of
774 points.
Kelly Ward, Lake Worth guard,
put in 577 points in his senior yeaT.
scoring 53 points in one game.
Hardee High of Wauchula has
Dewey Terrell at the Classic.
Terrell is a two year member of
the All-Southwest Florida Con Conference
ference Conference team.
Charley Key, Miami Edison.
; took All State guard honors and
; tallied 500 points last season.
Two-Year All City
Sharp-shooter Rob Patterson of
Miami Senior was an All-City se selection
lection selection for the past two years.
I Petterson made good 62 per cent
of his shots from the floor last
year. 3*
Don Elliott of Manatee High in
Bradenton won a spot on the All-
Conference and All-State teams
last season.
Danny Tharpe, State Class A
; Champion, of Cocoa will be on
the floor for the South. The six
foot sharp-shooter rewrote the
record book with his perform performances
ances performances in the Florida Gym during
the State Tournament.
The North not willing to throw
in the sponge sports some tall ta talent
lent talent of their own.

Mac Crenshaw, Jacksonville
Lee, tallest man on either team
at 6-7, took All-State and All
City honors.
Won The Game
Duncan Dowling a real clutch
player from Daytona Seabreeze
will be remembered in the Florida
Gym. With the score tied 73-73.
Dowling sank the winning basket
with three seconds left in the
game to win the game.
A trip of P.K. Yongers will fill
the North roster. Gene Sadler.
Harold Clark and Lanny Lastin
ger. These three could be Im-

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: j Gainesville, Florida
Specialists In Hair Shaping, Styling And Permanent Waving

! portant teamwise since the
| teams will only be playing to together
gether together for a week.
Earl Montgomery, 5-10 guard
is a real ball handler. Montgomery
averaged 25.3 points per game.
Herb Baker of Pensacola Catho Catholic
lic Catholic will be scraping the backboard
for the North. Baker set a school
record with 410 rebounds last
;season.
Six-two forward Larry Benjamin
jof Zephyrhills rounds out tho
i roster for the North. Benjamin
holds his schools single season
i record for 561 points and 152 re re'
' re' bounds.