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THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR

Vofumt 52, No. 3

Prof Says Life
Born in 'Soup'

Earth is only one of a million planets in this galaxy
capable of giving birth to life, said Dr. George Wald,
noted Harvard University biologist, at the seventh an annual
nual annual Scholarship Convocation Thursday morning.

A coamic soup,"the primeval
ocean* in which accumulated the
lour vital elements of life, car carbon,
bon, carbon, nitrogen, hydrogen and oxy oxygen,
gen, oxygen, is now thought to have
been the origin of Hfe, he said.
The soft-spoken scientist told a
hushed audience of experiments
vhich have proven as conclusively
as is now possible that life could
lave arisen spontaneously, al al;
; al; hough not under conditions now
known,.
Experiments Explained
After a brief outline of the his history
tory history of biology, Wald explained
the recent Miller experiments
which showed that amino acids,
the basis for proteins, can be cre created
ated created from the four elements.
Addressing his audience as
Fellow students,** Dr. Wald
told of the two conflicting view viewpointssupernatural
pointssupernatural viewpointssupernatural and spon spontaneous
taneous spontaneous generation which
offer answers to the problems
of the origins of life.
Theology and science need not
conflict,** says Wald. They do
only because the public is not as
used to hearing the debate as they
were formerly.** He pointed out
that two proponents of supernat supernatural
ural supernatural and scientific views were
priests.
Data Unreliable
Now data on the ages of the

CALLING
ALL SENIORS
Roger LaVoie, editor-in editor-inchief
chief editor-inchief of the 1961 Seminole,
has announced that it is im imperative
perative imperative for seniors who wish
to have their pictures in the
1961 Seminole to make ap appointments
pointments appointments before Monday,
September 16.
Due to the shortage at time,
the Beminole office, Florida
Union, Room 9, will be open
today from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
and Saturday morning from 9
| toll.

BIG DOIN'S PLANNED

Banquet Will Kick Off
Second FSU Weekend

Big doins are planned during
the second annual UF-FSU foot football
ball football weekend.
Student government lifts the
lid tonight with the UF-FSU stu student
dent student government banquet in the
Hub at 6 p.m., featuring Gaines Gainesvill
vill Gainesvill Congressman D. R. (Billy)
Confab To Open
The Eleventh Annual Conference
' the Caribbean will meet at the
IF Campus on November 80.
Discussion will be centere d
round The Central American
krea, said Dr. a. Curtis Wilgus,
lirector of the School of Inter-
American Studies.
Twenty UF faculty members
nd more than 200 Latin American
ffici&ls will survey various
of Central American cul*
iwi and government.

By PAT TUNBTALL
Gator Staff Writer

earth four and one half billion
yearsand the universe seven
billion years are also available,
but not completely reliable, said
Wald. He predicted that the esti estimates
mates estimates will be doubled or tripled.
Lester Hale, Dean of Student
Affairs, presented the 10 J. HU HUlis
lis HUlis Miller memorial scholarships
and tiie distinguished academic
achievement awards.
The Miller Scholarships are
awarded to students in Univer University
sity University College and each of the Up Upper
per Upper Division Colleges with the
highest grades; the distinguished
academic achievement awards to
students who have made outstand outstanding
ing outstanding grades for six consecutive se semesters.
mesters. semesters.
Miller Awards
Receiving the Miller Scholar Scholarships
ships Scholarships were Michael Crews, Lin Linda
da Linda Crow, Helen Jensen, Judith
Spurlock, and Rolland Truitt,
freshmen; Trudy Andringa, Edith
Frerking, Fannie Griffin, Ervin
Shames and James G. Shapro,
sophomores.
Upper division students re receiving
ceiving receiving awards were Barbara
Denslow, Agriculture; Bonnie
Smith, Architecture; Sharon
Askew, arts and sciences; Lor Lorraine
raine Lorraine Donaldson, business ad administration;
ministration; administration; Sara Carr, edu education
cation education and Frank Hohl, engi engineering.
neering. engineering.
Jo Ann McKay received the
college of nursing Miller award;
Suzanne Dunn, pharmacy, and
Karen Watkins, physical educa education
tion education and health.
Twenty-one students received
the distinguished academic
achievement awards.
Greeks Get Honors
Trophies were awarded to Tau
Epsilon Phi and Alpha Delta Pi,
fraternity and sorority with the
highest grades for members.
Alpha Epsilon Phi received the
panhellenic trophy for highest
member and pledge scholarship.
Residence hall pleques were
awarded to Muiphree J and N. E.
Broward, 4th floor.

Matthews as main speaker.
Tickets for the affair are avail available
able available in room 810 of the Fla. Un Union
ion Union this afternoon from 2:80 to 5.
Saturday morning, its free cof coffee
fee coffee and doughnuts for everybody
as the crowd gathers in the Pla Plaza
za Plaza of the Americas to greet 40
busloads of FSU students com coming
ing coming in at 9:30 for the big game.
Also sponsored by student gov government,
ernment, government, the coffee party is de designed
signed designed to provide a folksy at atmosphere
mosphere atmosphere for everybody UF
and FSU students and faculty
members.
During halftime at the game
Saturday afternoon, fans will be
treated to a card section dis display,
play, display, put on by the John Mar Marshall
shall Marshall B&r Association, Alpha Chi
Sigma, the medical school and
married student housing units.
Card section director Jim
Grove has asked all participants
to be sure and be in their seats
at halftimw

Univrsity of Florida, GainesvilleFriday, Sept. 23, 1960

Win Urged
For United
By Park
Switch Goes On
: As Slate Forms
By KIRK CALLAHAN
t Gator Staff Writer
, The newly appointed
1 United Party slate commit commit
commit tee was scheduled to meet
Thursday night in order to
meet todays qualification
deadline for 33 new student
government posts.
The committee was appointed at
a party meeting Tuesday night to
select candidates for 30 Legisla Legislative
tive Legislative Council seats and three Ho Honor
nor Honor Court positions which will be
elected Oct. 6.
The United Slate committee is
composed of Jo Hardin, Chi Ome Omega
ga Omega and party sorority co-ordina co-ordinator;
tor; co-ordinator; the independent steering com committee
mittee committee Bob Perry, Paul Hen Hendrick,
drick, Hendrick, Bill Holt, Ron McCall, Len
Crews and Allen Poole; and the
fraternity steering committee
Bill Hamilton, Phi Delta Theta;
Steve Gardner, Pi Lambda Phi;
Dennis Starcher, Phi Gamma Del Delta,
ta, Delta, Dale Shanklin, Pi Kappa Al Alpha,
pha, Alpha, and Hilton Fuller, Sigma Chi.
The fraternity steering commit committee
tee committee was elected at a fraternity
caucus prior to the party meeting
and chose Tom Lagrone, Kappa
Sigma as fraternity co-chairman
for United.
Park Cites Progress
Student Body President Bob
Park spoke at the party meeting
at the Phi Delt Theta house, citing
the progress and acievements his
administration has made through
the efforts of United Party mem members.
bers. members.
Park stated the summer Wa Watermelon
termelon Watermelon Festival'*, continue d
progress on student education educational
al educational analysis,*' the President's Re Retreat
treat Retreat and tiie Freshmen Forums
as examples.
He, also stressed the import importance
ance importance of securing a United Party
victory in the tell elections.
Go-Chairman Lagrone said he
Was impressed by the fine work working
ing working relationship between inde independent
pendent independent and Greek leaders
within the United Partyfor achi achievements
evements achievements in the party and student
government.
Cohen Addresses Group
Don Cohen, secretary of inter interior,
ior, interior, addressed the group briefly,
on elections laws.
Since the beginning of the fall
term, the United Party has*under has*undergone
gone has*undergone a slight re-alignment. Pi
Kappa Alpha came into United on
September 8, but Phi Kappa Tau
left the political group early this
week.
(See UNITED, Page %)
GAME RULES:
NO ALCOHOL
Mst year's police regulation
on beverages In the atadiura will
continue again this year, an aneunced
eunced aneunced Ounpus Police CUef A.
L Shuler.
There are to ho absolutely no
akttbohc beverages taken into
the stands, he said. For the sake
of safety, It was also requested
that ao glass containers or lee
coolers*be brought to the games.
As wll ns being hazardous,
coolers take up too much room,
the chief explained. Students
win, however, he allowed to bring
thermos bottles, for soft drinks or
coffee.

UF Barracks

Approximately 120 UF stu students
dents students are living like soldiers in
crowded mens dorms.
These students are quartered
in the Tolbert and Rawlings
lounges. In the Tolbert area, It
is like an army barracks on a
small scale, said Terry Bender,
student assistant of the area.
The residents in these loung lounges
es lounges lack privacy and are bother bothered
ed bothered by people coming in and out
of the lounges, said Bender.
Bob Cozad, a freshmen resi resident
dent resident in a lounge, commented,
We cant study here, there are
eight guys and only two desks.
Mat Henderson and Cozad said
on the question of safeguarding
their valuables, There isn't

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dents students housed temporarily in the loung lounges

Personal Push Paralyzes Progress

(EDITOR'S NOTE: This is
tile third part of a series writ written
ten written to point* out the need of
astute and dedicated student
leaders. Hie two previous parts
of the series came from a speech
by Joe Ripley, ex-president of
the student body, analysing crit critical
ical critical areas of student leadership.
This is tile final portion of Rip Ripley's
ley's Ripley's speech. Following this will
bo the text of an address given
by Dean of Student Affairs Les Lester
ter Lester L Hale.)
By JOE RIPLEY
Former Student Body President
In the light of assumptions
upon which this was predicted,
and the purpose expressed of
student government I would now
make two more major criticisms
of our student leadership as it
presently exists.
Within our student community
there exists a most unhealthy
struggle for supremacy. Our
groups of competing students
are not pulling together for the
good of the University, but rath rather
er rather they are interested only in
their personal self aggrandize aggrandizement.
ment. aggrandizement. Many examples can be
given, but two of the most strik striking
ing striking are theee:
Fraternity Politics
l. Fraternity Independent

much we can do about it, but no nothing
thing nothing is missing yet.
Sleeping Hard
The problem of sleeping in the
30 x 20 foot lounge is just anoth another
er another worry to these boys. Four
alarms went off before mine
and I woke up with each one,
said Henderson.
Director of Housing Harold Ri Riker
ker Riker said, This procedure of set setting
ting setting up extra beds has been fol followed
lowed followed for a number of years. Its
done for two reasons.
Behind The Policy
The policy, as stated by Riker,
is followed because some stu students
dents students change their plans at the
last minute and dont arrive at
the UF, and some of the resi-

es lounges of Tolbert Area and Rawlings Hall.
120 boys hope to move into vacant
rooms within the next two weeks.

The typical cool" frat politi politician
cian politician refers to the almost three threefourths
fourths threefourths of our non-fraternity stu students
dents students as geechies." The frater fraternity
nity fraternity men who do work with the
geechieg are referred to as
damn geechies.
To dispel any thought that
these terms might be esoteric
terms of endearment, I hasten to
add that etymologically, geechie
came from the dialect of Negro
slaves on the Ogeechee River in
Georgia. I shall spare you the
more colorful adjectives that
usually accompany its use.
The geechies are fair game
for the cool frat politicians. Aft After
er After the campaigns are over and
their votes no longer necessary,
one can renege on commitments
to them with no feelings of
guilt.
After gll, they are only geech geechies!
ies! geechies!
That I do not exaggerate is
easily illustrated by the impor importance
tance importance attached to a piece of
campaign literature used to
amear Bob Park last year. It
seemed the central campaign
tactic of sick minds, and was de designed
signed designed to expose Bob as a frat
man.
The logical implication which
follows is that a frat man posing

dix Vr

dents move off campus to fra fraternity
ternity fraternity or sorority houses.
With these extra students in
.the lounges we are able to fill
in the vacant rooms, said Riker.
Keeps Students At UF
Riker also pointed out that if
the students were not housed in
the lounges they could not attend
the University. It is felt that this
inconvenience is overlooked be because
cause because students are given a
chance to attend the University
that could be denied due to the
housing shortage.
Students who have no other
recommendations are put into
lounges temporarily, said Rik Riker.
er. Riker. It takes about two weeks to
get the residents assigned to
their individual rooms.

Bin .v
as an independent could not be
trusted to fulfill his obligations
after the campaign ended.
Florida Blue Key
2. Florida Blue Key. The un unhealthy
healthy unhealthy struggle to which I re refer
fer refer is also reflected in the com composition
position composition of membership of our
local leadership fraternity. In
the last two years, SI new men
have been recognized for their
leadership by being tapped for
membership in FBK.
Fruts Predominate
All but 8 have been fraterni fraternity
ty fraternity members. Further, about 60
per cent of the total member membership
ship membership has come from 8 strong
fraternities.
That this composition is a re recent
cent recent phenomenon is illustrated
by Dean Boldts doctoral disser dissertation
tation dissertation which found that to 1848,
those initiated into FBK were in
the ratio of 67 per cent frater fraternity

Problem Under Study
By Fatuity Committee
To Seek-Out Solution

By NANCY MYKEL
H Gator Staff Writer
Overcrowded classes, a long brewing problem
area, burst wide open this week as classroom jamming
reached unprecedented proportions.
The critical conditions in jammed classrooms that
prevailed as doors opened Monday caused a great shift
of students from room to room, especially in Peabody
Hall. Administrators were trying to re-allocate the
- largest classes as best they could.
The direct cause of the overcrowded conditions
was an enrollment increase of 509 students.
Dr. Maurice |Boyd, .head of the C-l department, explained that
junior colleges are not relieving the situation at the UP as ex expected.
pected. expected. I
With 50 students in some C-l sections, quality education and
discussion become next to impossible, he said.
Students Short Changed*
The students are getting short changed. They are getting
quantity education at the expense of quality education. We can
always get the chairs, he said grimly. What are we going to do
with four new dorms-full next year?
University President Dr. J. Wayne Reitz called a meeting of
his immediate staff to deal with the problems.
He asked his staff to begin a two-month program of study and
consultation with various department heads, directors and faculty
members.
Dean of Academic Attains Robert R. Maute, University Regis Registrar
trar Registrar Richard S. Johnson, and University Vice-President Harry M.
Philpott will meet with the deans in a series of conferences be beginning
ginning beginning today.
Dean Mautz is chairman of the strategic Space Utilization
Committee which allocates rooms to classes.
Arts and Sciences, the hardest-hit college, has an increased
enrollment of 12.1 per cent over last year. Only two new* teaching
positions have been added, ahd that was as a result of what Arts
and Sciences Dean Ralph E. Page termed the desperate situa situation
tion situation that prevails.*
Three Solutions
When members of Dr. Reitzs committee meet with him, Dean
Page is going to suggest three solutions to his problem in Arts
and Sciences:
Extend the length of the educational day; re-conaider regis registration
tration registration procedure; and hope we get the now classroom facilities/*
Night courses may become a part of the school day.
Dean Page said two Monday, Tuesday, Thursday sequences,
with regular classes scheduled from 7-8 and 8-9, are being con considered.
sidered. considered.
May Begin Soon
This new program may have a trial run next semester. 11
successful, it may be one way to ameliorate the situation which
the UF will face next year when an estimated 14,000 students
enroll.
The Arts and Sciences situation is not revealed In the 12.1 per
cent increase figure, Dean Page said.
"What doesnt show up is the number of students from other
colleges who take Arts and Sciences courses.
Enrollment Up
We're dealing with really astronomical proportions, he said,
when you realize that our student course enrollment figures this
year are 19,380 as compared with 18,355 of last year.
Building-wise, UFs most pressing need is a social science sciencehumanities
humanities sciencehumanities classroom building and an architecture building, ac according
cording according to Dean Mautz.
These were appropriated by the legislature, but the funds
were never released by the cabinet because of the big freeze in
Florida the winter of 1957-1958,* he said.
The social science-humanities building will go south-southwest
of the Administration Building if it is re-appropriated.
*At Least Three Years
The period from appropriation of to occupancy of
the buildings will be at least three years, said Registrar Johnson.
Ive never seen it happen in less time.
The new mens and womens dormitories which will open next
September will provide rooms for still more students. Plans for
the dormitories went ahead because funds came from a federal
loan.
Dean Page termed the situation inevitable. He said, we
are at the mid-point of the biennium, and have to ret along on
provisions of the 1959-1981 budget which restricts the personnel of
the college.
Lack Os Professors
We do not have enough professors because of the limitation
of the budget.
The UFs recommendations to the legislature which meets this
spring are fair and favorable, in the opinion of Dean Page.
UF housing cannot be used to accurately foresee enrollment
totals before actual registration, as the dormitories house less than
50 per cent of the students, according to Registrar Johnson.
Tomorrow is the last day of late registrations, which may
crease enrollment to the thirteen thousand mark.

nity fraternity to 33 per cent non-fraterni non-fraternity.
ty. non-fraternity. The comparable ratio for the
last two years is 87 per cent
fraternity to 18 per cent non nonfraternity.
fraternity. nonfraternity.
When one realizes that this
change has occurred during a
period in which our fraternities
have been visably weakening
and coming under increasing
criticism from all quarters
(save from themselves), the to totality
tality totality of this unhealthy struggle
is evident.
Dean Boldt reached the same
inescapable conclusion: FBK
should reexamine the basis for
selection to secure a more equit equitable
able equitable interest of vocational and
professional fields.?
SB Complacent
My final criticism is that we
as students seem gloriously com complacent,
placent, complacent, for the most part, about
our activities programs. We
blandly state that this or that
(student government, or fraterni fraternities
ties fraternities or what-have-you) is among
the best in the country. (My own
research indicates that the rest
of the country is as yet ignor ignorant
ant ignorant of the superiority of our stu student
dent student activities here.)
We are as the Spanish people
were prior to the discovery of
the New World. We, as did Spain

in that period, have limited im imagination.
agination. imagination. We see no better day
over the horizon. We, as they,
would emblazon on our coins the
motto ne plus ultra" noth nothing
ing nothing beyond.
But Spain altered her motto
after Columbus discovered the
New World. She then realized
her potential. Her motto was al altered
tered altered to read plus ultra"
everything beyond a similar
change in our student thinking
could have inconceivable reper repercussions
cussions repercussions for our University.
In a very real sense our own
motto can be plus ultra." Fur
ahead of us lies unlimited fu future,
ture, future, both tor our University
and for our student activities
and our student leadership.
We need only call off our ob obsession
session obsession with the status quo, and
our unhealthy internal struggles
and agree to work together for
the University. Then we can
truly have the this or that"
that is the best in the country.
Ours is the challenge to work to together
gether together to build an even greater
University. i
(NEXT: The speech given at
the Presidents Retreat by
Dean of Student Affairs Loiter
L, Hale.)



Page 2

United Slate Unit Meets

(Continued From Page ONE)
When first contacted by the
Alligator to comment on his de departure
parture departure from the United Party,
Ron LaFace, PM Kappa Tau po political
litical political representative, bad no
comment.
Wednesday evening Laface
phoned in a prepared statement
saying, I felt I could not work
with an organization such as the
Park regime which, while preach preaching

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ing preaching pious platitudes, is engaged
in underhanded political manipu manipulation
lation manipulation of its own.
Gives Example
A* an example: they are now
working with people they were
whole-heartedly condemning five
months ago.
Another example: a boy they
wholly endorsed for secretary of
solicitations Dick Herrick -
was asked to resign as soon as

word was received of my resig resignation.
nation. resignation.
SG or Politics?
They are preaching student
government up there, while prac practicing
ticing practicing the politics they are con condemning.
demning. condemning.
LaFace said a new political par party
ty party was going to meet Wednesday
night at the Alpha Tau Omega
house to organize and select a
name. He said the meeting would wouldnt
nt wouldnt be open, but future ones would.
To Practice Parklsm
We are going to practice what
Park is preaching. Were going to
give the majority an even break, *
LaFace said. Im glad I am no
longer part of the Park crusade
to nowhere.
Charley Wells, United Party
member, commented on LaFaces.
departure from United.
We of the United Party hate
to see Ron LaFace and Ms far farternity
ternity farternity leave with such ap apparent
parent apparent bitterness, I think Ron
apparently was never able to
really catch the significance and
importance of the new trend of
student government doing
something and attempting to
serve all students on the UF
campus.
It also appears Ron doesnt un understand
derstand understand the clean up campaign
student leaders are attempting to
carry out in campus politics. It
must be remembered Ron is an
individual who jumped from one
political party to another four
times last year.
Traditionally, Campus politi politicians,
cians, politicians, upon taking leave of one
party to enter another, fire a part parting
ing parting shot. Rons shot could
be termed a weak fizzle, Wells
concluded.
Prof To Pick 2-3
For Scholarship
D. L. Scudder has been named
by Dean Ralph E. Page to nomi nominate
nate nominate two or three candidates for
the 1961 Danforth Foundation fel fellowships.
lowships. fellowships. The foundation is open
to college senior men and recent
graduates who are pre p arin g
themselves for a career of college
teaching.
By January 1961, all applicat applications,
ions, applications, including the necessary re recommendations,
commendations, recommendations, must be com completed.
pleted. completed. Any student wishing furth further
er further information should contact D.
L. Scudder.
New Plan Begins
A year long program culminat culminating
ing culminating in a master of education de degree
gree degree from the Counseling and Gui Guidance
dance Guidance Training Institute at UF
was started this year.
The $200,000 project is one of the
four such projects in the U.S. for
secondary education perso nn ei
throughout the Southeast.
Drs. Arthur W. Combs and
Theodore Landsman will head
the first semester seminar. Nine
states are represented in the 1960-
61 Institute enrollment.

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BILL NELSON...
... Froth Proxy 1
Freshmen Elect 1
All Blue Slate
In Monday Vote
Bill Nelson, Melbourne, and his
Blue Party running mates swept
the Freshman Council elec t i o n s
Monday.
Nelson beat his presidential op opponent,
ponent, opponent, Lee Drawdy of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, by 874 votes to 202. In the
vice presidential race, Ellis Vau Vaughn,
ghn, Vaughn, Coral Gables, defeated Bill
McCormick, Miami, 569 to 300.
Secretary treasurer candidate
Walter Lundy, Tampa, defeated
his opponent, Suzanne McLaughlin
Jacksonville, by 495 to 368.
Poop sheets and hand shakes
characterized the fall elections
which were held on the first day
of classes. In the past officers for
all classes were elected during the
fall campaign, but a student body
constitutional amendment knocked
out all class officers except those
of the Freshman Council.
Peel, Seminole
Positions Open
The Electoral Publications
Board Wednesday postponed se selection
lection selection of business managers for
the Orange Peel and the Seminole.
The board said it wanted addi additional
tional additional applications for the posi positions
tions positions before it meets again a week
from Wednesday.
Journalism Professor Hugh Cun Cunningha
ningham Cunningha r chairman of the board,
said only three persons expressed
interest in the two posts and only
one formally applied before the
specified deadline.
Rather than select people on an
informal basis, the board decided
to throw open applications again
for all students interested in work working
ing working oi\ the Peel and the Seminole.
Applications can be picked Up
from the office of John Webb,
board executive secretary, in Sta Stadium
dium Stadium Room 336.
In a round of speedy action, the
board also directed all business
managers to file monthly state statements
ments statements on the financial condition of
their publications.
All editors and business mana managers
gers managers were requested to attend the
monthly board meetings or be
nearby when they are in session.
Forestry Smoker Set
Florida Unions Johnson Lounge
will be host to the Forestry Club
Smoker, to be held Monday, Sep September
tember September 26 at 7:30 p.m. Those stu students
dents students interested in forestry are
cordially invited to attend. The
meeting will conclude with the
serving at refreshments.

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Park Requests
Posts Require
Average
By KIRK CALLAHAN
Gator Staff Writer
An appeal for the creation of a
more academic atmosphere on the
UF Campus was made by Student
Body Bob Park at the years first
Legislative Council meeting Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night.
Park told the Council members
that they will be called on later to
raise the academic requirement
for officer level participants in
students government to 2.20. The
current academic requirement it
a C average.
He also reported on student gov government
ernment government activities during the sum summer,
mer, summer, the presidents Retreat and
the Freshmen Forums. Park said
the Retreat and Forums exhibited
a better working relationship be between
tween between students and faculty mem members.
bers. members.
An Honor Court request, for
funds to buy a new tape recorder
and hire a full time secretary,
was approved by the Council. It
was explained that the tape recor recorder
der recorder presently used by the Honor
Court to record hearings was in inadequate.
adequate. inadequate. The large number of
cases before the Court has neces necessitated
sitated necessitated a full time secretary.
Mortar Board, womens leader leadership
ship leadership honorary organization, asked
the Legislative Council to extend
$75 to finance the attendance of
foreign students at the Homecom Homecoming
ing Homecoming banquet.
It was stated that the budgets of
many foreign students prohibit
them from attending such func functions
tions functions and that a gesture on the
part of student government would
promote a better relationship
with the foreign students at the
UF.
Following discussion, the mea measure
sure measure was passed.
Ron Wiggingfon, secretary of
scholastic traditions, asked re requested
quested requested the council to grant more
funds for FSU weekend.
Funds For FSU Weekend
Four hundred dollars were
granted to finance the Saturday
afternoon doffee and the banquet
scheduled for later that evening.

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Young Demos tor Nixon 'Leaders

Ready To Debate Campaign Issues

Readiness to debate on all is issues
sues issues concerned with the presi presidential
dential presidential campaign** was declared
Wednesday night by the UF lead leaders
ers leaders of Young Democrats for Nix Nixon.**
on.** Nixon.**
Tuesday's Alligator published a
challenge by Jon Johnson, chair chairman
man chairman of Students for Kennedy-
Johnson,* challenging all Nixon
groups at the UF to a aeries of
debates on the issues in the presi presidential
dential presidential campaign.
Charlie Wells, chairman of

DEMOS FOR NIXON
ORGANIZE SUNDAY
An organizational meeting of
Young Democrats for Nixon**
will be held at S p.m. Sunday at
the Phi Delta Theta house.
Chairman Charley Wells urg urged
ed urged all students, regardless of
political affiliation, to attend the
meeting.
Dutch, Dane Enrolled
On Rotary Fellowship
The Netherlands and Denmark
are represented in the UF this
year through the Rotary Founda Foundation
tion Foundation Scholars.
The two graduate students are
among 27 other outstanding gradu graduate
ate graduate studenca from other countries
awarded fellowships for study in
the U.S. by the Rotary Interna International,
tional, International, world-wide service club
organizations. The fellowships are
for one year duration.
There are 82 American students
in 22 foreign countries under the
Rotary Fellowship program for
the current academic year.
DECOR DEADLINE
Deadline for entries in the
Homecoming house decorations
competition will be at 5 p.m.
Sept. 30.
Applications must be left at
the Florida Blue Key office be before
fore before the deadline.

Young Democrats for Nixon,
said, It is our proposal that de debates
bates debates be held for all interested
fraternity, sorority and indepen independent
dent independent groups.
These debates could be held as
after dinner affairs at fraternity
and sorority houses and as a
program activity Jor independent
organizations,** Wells added.
Wells said that groups interest interested
ed interested in this form of debate would
contact a bipartisan debate con conordlnator
ordlnator conordlnator so that a schedule could
be drawn up.

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We have yet to receive a for
mal challenge from the Kennedy
group,** Wells said. In amwer to
the challenge published in the Al Alligator,
ligator, Alligator, we not only accept, but
offer a concrete proposal.**
Another Nixon support group on
campus was assimilated into
Young Democrats for Nixon
Tuesday.
The group, 'Students for Nixon-
Lodge was headed by John H.
j Moore, a senior law student.



'Mr. Billy' Named Growl Emcee

Congressman D. R. (Billy) Mat Matthews
thews Matthews (D-Fla.) of Gainesville, a
man long associated with the UP,
has been selected as master of ce ceremonies
remonies ceremonies for Gator Growl at
Homecoming Nov. 12th.
Gator Growl, billed as the larg largest
est largest free student show in the world,
is expected to attract more than
50,000 people.
Mr, Billys selection of emcee
was announced by Bill Cricken Crickenberger,
berger, Crickenberger, director of Gator Growl.
Crickenberger stated that, as in
other facets of Homecoming festi festivities,
vities, festivities, the emphasis will be on
refining and polishing every en endeavor
deavor endeavor so as to make HC *6O truly
the Best in Dixie.
Once A Student
Matthews received a Bachelor of
Arts degree from the UF in 1929,
and later returned for a Master of
Arts in Education.
He was prominent in many stu student
dent student activities and is the only stu student
dent student in UF history to have held
the four top positions in student
government. He was president and
vice president of the student 'body,

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chancellor of the Honor Court,
and president of Florida Blue Key.
Then Taught School
For severalyears after complet completing
ing completing college, Matthews was a high
school teacher and principal. In
1936 he returned to the University
as director of the Florida Union.
From 1947 until his election to Con Congress
gress Congress in 1952, he was director of
Alumni Affairs.
As master of ceremonies for
Growl, Matthews will head a pro-


Cadets To Escort HC Sweethearts

Cadets of the Air Force Aca Academy
demy Academy at Flight Training School
in Bartow, Florida, will be the
official escorts of the Homecom Homecoming
ing Homecoming Sweetheart Contestants at
Cypress Gardens judging, Octo October
ber October 1 [and 2.
The officers and contestants
will be guests of Dick Pope,
owner of Cypress Gardens. A
dinner-dance will be held in
connection with the sheath dress

gram involving the participation
of more t!han 1,000 students. Gator
Growl is built around fraternity
and sorority skits that usually
lampoon everything from national
politics to student activities at the
University.
In addition to the skits, the pro program
gram program will feature high school
bands, amateur talent, a fireworks
display, and the crowning of the
1960 UF Homecoming Sweetheart.

judging Saturday night, October
1.
Contestants will be judged in
four separate events. They in include
clude include bathing suit and sheath
dress competition, questions for
rating personality, and the even evening
ing evening gown judging.
Deadline for the contest is
Tuesday noon, September 27.

I Campus \
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*
CONTINUOUS EVENTS

The Florida Union Is offering
dance lessons to all students be beginning
ginning beginning Monday, Sept. 26 at 7 p.m.
Beginning lessons will be held
Monday,, and every following Mon Monday
day Monday at 7 p.m. Advanced lessons
will be available Wednesday, Sept.
26 at 7 p.m. and all following Wed Wednesdays.
nesdays. Wednesdays.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23: The
Florida Union Print Sale is being
held for the last day in the FU
Social Room from 1-9 p.m.
will be shown in the
Florida Union Auditorium at 7 p.
m. and 9 p.m.
The directorate meeting for the
Florida Union committees is sche scheduled
duled scheduled in Room 315, Florida
Union.
SATURDAY, Sept. 24: Picnic
will be shown in the Florida Un Union
ion Union auditorium. The evening
showings begin at 7 p.m. and 9 p.
m.
SUNDAY, Sept. 25: Picnic
will be shown in the Florida Un Union
ion Union Auditorium only at 1 p.m. and
3 p.m.
MONDAY, Sept. 26: Beginning
dance lessons will be held in the
FU Social Room at 7 p.m. and 8;30
p.m.
Vote Officials Needed
Applications are still being ac accepted
cepted accepted for election officials to
work Oct. 6, election day, at the
rate of $.75 per hour. Officials
will be required to work five hours
straight. Applicants should apply
to room 310, Florida Union, be between
tween between one and five p.m.

IN THE DARK

Go From Saipan
To Catfish Row
In Local Flickers
By BOBBIE FLEISCHMAN
Tlie pictures playing in Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville theaters this week span the
distance from Saipan to Catfish
Row.
John OHaras From the Ter Terrace,
race, Terrace, currently at the t Florida
Theater, tells of the problems of
a young man (Paul Newman) who
returns from World War II to find
his father has married an alco alcoholic.
holic. alcoholic.
He rebels against the pattern of
life that his father has devised for
him and becomes involved with
several women, played by Joanne
Woodward, Ina Balin, and Bar Barbara
bara Barbara Eden.
Beginning Wednesday, the Flor Florida
ida Florida will feature Hell to Eterni Eternity,
ty, Eternity, the true story of war-heTO
Guy Gabaldon. Jeffrey Hunter
stars as the Marine who is offi officially
cially officially credited with having cap captured
tured captured more than 1,000 Japanese
during the Battle of Saipan.
The State Theater is presenting
the George Gershwin-Duose Hey Heyward
ward Heyward classic, "Porgy and Bess.
The story centers about the exper experiences
iences experiences of Porgy, a lame beggar,
and Bess, the wild girlfriend of
the local bully.
The film combines humor and
tragedy with the sound of such
song favorites as Summertime,
I Got Plenty O Nuttin, It
Aint Necessarily So, and A
Woman Is a Sometime Thing.
The stars are Sidney Poiter, Dor Dor-cthy
-cthy Dor-cthy Dandridge, Sammy Davis,
Jr., and Pearl Bailey.
Heller in Pink Tights, star starring
ring starring Sophia Loren, Anthony Quinn,
Margaret OBrien, and Steve For Forrest,
rest, Forrest, will open on Sunday at the
State.

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SOCIALLY SPEAKING

Rushing Steps Aside for f\rat Parties

By JACKIE OQUIN
Society Editor
An air of delicious excitement
prevails throughout the campus on
this eve of the first and most ri rivalrous
valrous rivalrous football game of the sea season.
son. season.
Rush, which has dominated the
social scene for two weeks, will
step aside for a brief two-day ho holiday
liday holiday as the Florida campus pre prepares
pares prepares to show FSUers a taste
of the famed Florida campus par party
ty party life.
Teps will swing out in high
style tonight at a casual' party
in the popular Tep basement.
Louis Candy and his band pro promise
mise promise to create a lively mood,
which will carry over for Satur Saturdays
days Saturdays activities.
That day will find Teps and
dates lunching before the game
and returning afterwards for din dinner
ner dinner and another big party.
Sigma Nus are also looking for forward
ward forward to a lively weekend of gaye gayety,
ty, gayety, and for the occasion they have
imported Terrie and the Pirates
from St. Petersburg.
The group will furnish the
sounds for parties both tonight and
Saturday night, while dates will
lunch and dine at the Sigma Nu
house Saturday.

HAVE YOU BEEN IN
McDANIELL'S LATELY?
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Gainesville Shopping Center

Delta Gammas were proud to
learn upon return to school this
fall of honors received during the
summer months. Judy Coleman
was named Miss Golden Isles,
winning a vacation to Sea Island,
and Rose Voorhees was chosen to
model in Orlando for Mademoi Mademoiselle.
selle. Mademoiselle.

RELIGIOUS CENTER NEWS

Lectures, Dances, Coffee Offer Variety

By SUE ALLEN CAETHEN
The student centers offer a va variety
riety variety of activities this week. Lec Lectures,
tures, Lectures, dances, coffee hours and
other recreation is provided.
BAPTIST STUDENT UNION:
Both Florida State University
guests and home students are wel welcome
come welcome for a banquet after the game
Saturday, at 6 p.m. Vespers is at
5:30 each Tuesday and Thursday
evening.
CATHOLIC STUDENT CEN CENTER:
TER: CENTER: All students are invited to
attend a Beatnik Dance in the
lounge Friday at 8 p.m. At noon
Saturday, a barbecue is planned

The Florid* Alligator, Friday, Sept. 23, 1960

SAEs are preparing for the swinging to the music of Duke
transformation which will tum' Gaini ou3 at a closed party,
their house into the proper sett- ..
ing for a Reno party tonight. FoJ-j Thr neW Delta PM Ep *' on **
lowing a dinner party, SAEs and ters were added to the dolls wheVl
dates will enjoy a gambling atmos-they were initiated Friday, Sep Sepphere
phere Sepphere at the annual gambling cas- tember 16. They are Flora Asko Askoino
ino Askoino party. with, Natalie Fried, and Carol
Saturday night will find SAEe Goldsmith.

for local students and those from
FSU.
HILLEL FOUNDATION: A
Council Meeting to which all stu-

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Member Associated Collegiate Press
~*tt i FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official student newspaper or the University of Florida and Is published every
Tuesday and Friday morning except during holidays and vacation periods. The SUMMER GATOR is entered as second
class matter at the United States Post Office at GalnesvU le. Florida. Offices are located in Rooms S. IS and IS in
Wo Florida Union Building Basement. Telephone University of Florida FR 6-3361, Ext. SS. and reguest either edtttorial
office or business office.
Editor-in-Chief Jim Moorhead
Managing Editor Dick Hebert
Business Manager L Ron Jones
STAFF WRITERS
Frances Aidmsn. Andrea Arthur. Maryanne Awtrey. Walter Berger. Gloria Brown. Carol Buller, Kirk Callahan.'. Sue
Al'en Cauthen, Pat Cilly, Cleve Cleveland, Tony Comites. Bill Curry. Susanne Diamond. Priscilla Estes. Leu Ferris. Bobbie
Fleis. '-man, Louise Foster, Sharon Foster. Steve Gaddum. Harvey Goldstein. Robert Green, Sarah Greenburg, Charlene Hel Helton,
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Mardcr. Nancy Mykel. Gary Peacock, Natalie Ragone, Sandra Ramsay, Don Richie, Jim Rosenfield, Ronald Saltzman,
Karan Shaehat, Leslie Sokolsky, Ben Siegel, Linda Tatum. Pat Tunstall, Roy Walker, Jonathan Williams, Elcnor Yeager,
Sam Zorn.
SPORTS STAFF
' Bill Buchaiter, sports editor; Mike Gora, intramurals editor; Fran Warren, sports features; Robert Green, Taye
Haver, Jack Horan, Gary Howard, Jared Lebow, Marty Schram, George Soioraon, Ed Witten.
. BUSINESS STAFF
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Ad Salesmen. Ralph McMillian. Mickey Shore/ Ron Walker; Circulation Manager, Ray Watson: Classified Ads and
Office Manager. Julie McClure; Layout Manager, Ronnie Goodetein; National Advertising Manager, Ronnie Rothstein; Office
Coordinator, Tom Claybourne; Office Staff. Dottle MacDonald, DeEtte McPheron, Jane Miller, Barbara Nessicr, Jan Watkins;
* Subscription Managers, Chris Leibfried. Fred Marquis.

The figures are out, in black and
white, to point up a continual and in increasingly
creasingly increasingly complex problem.
In information obtained Wedhes Wedhesday
day Wedhesday from UF administrative leaders,
the extent of classroom shortage on
the campus was revealed in exacting
tones.
Five hundred more students than
last year and, in the College of Arts
and Sciences where the bulk of the in increase
crease increase is felt, only two more new pro professors.
fessors. professors. And this with an increase, in
that college, from 18,355 students in
various courses to 19,380.
* *
ITS NOTHING new. Available
classroom space in certain areas has
been a pressing problem at least since
the war, if not before.
The solution which comes most
readily to mind is: secure more funds
from the legislature. This is also the
solution most readily tried and the
one most readily frustrated.
The Florida Legislature hss behind
it a teriffic record in the rejecting of
appropriations of this nature.
* *
NO ONE GIVES UP hope, however,
for from thence in Tallahassee cometh
the money . eventually.
But in the meantime, it behooves
those of us who are here at the Uni University
versity University now to seek out ways to allevi alleviate
ate alleviate the overcrowdedness.
A pair of remedies was suggested
Tuesday: reconsideration and possi possible
ble possible modifications in registration pro procedure,
cedure, procedure, and longer class days.
These are two suggestions which
can help ease the weight of over overcrowdedness
crowdedness overcrowdedness until the inclinations of
the men in Tallahassee change, or at
least improve.
* *
REGISTRATION changes are tac tactics
tics tactics which will require careful study
before actual modifications can be
made. But the other longer class

QUOTES FROM QUINCY

Hear Straight Poop on FSCW Weekend

By GARY PEACOCK
Gorgeous girls and other stu students
dents students from Florida State Col College
lege College for Women will descend this
, weekend on our campus en
-masse (thats? Portuguese for in

PEACOCK

'a large group
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two years ago
after the Sem Sem-Ino
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tried for years
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tors. Gators.

THE GATORS thought of the
war game as more of a fun
* game.
After much politicking, the
, competition was arranged for
; the two student bodies to com compete.
pete. compete. football-wise and party-
I. wise. .*
The Seminoles trekked to
Gainesville on that now immor immor.
. immor. tal day some walking, some
running, some padding their own
*. canoes, and others skipping and
singing Starj Fell on Ala Alabama
bama Alabama for some unknown rea-,
on.
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they brought their pep rally;
they brought their cheerleaders.
They brought a giant set of
M-I-C-K-E-Y M-O-U-S-E ears an
a tumbling bunch of yourig Sem Seminolehood
inolehood Seminolehood who must have done
somersaults all the way from
Tallyland.
They also brought what some
authorities (not sports) termed
a football team, but due to the
Gators growling, this proved to
be a misnomer.
Before and during the early
moments of the game, there
echoed from the northwest end
zone, shouts of "Scalp em (em
referred to us\, Sitting on a
tom-tom (it was never made
clear what a tom-tom was), and
Seminoles eat Gator meatH
(thats a good one).
*
AFTER THE GAME they
were all real quiet.
Our side won.
The Century Tower gonged
aimlessly for four hours and six
minutes . WGGG could be
heard playing, Were the Boys
from Old Florida, Orange and
Blue," and How Ape the Things
in Gloca Mora? . Dr. Reitz
called off Monday classes
(thats an outright lie, but nice
in folklore like this).

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litoriels

days is one method which can be
put into execution next semester and
which can, with students cooperation,
greatly ease the problem.
What is being proposed, specific specifically,
ally, specifically, is two regular three-hour se sequences
quences sequences at night to fall on Monday,
Tuesday and Thursday, from 7 to 8
and from 8 to 9. The night courses
wjtjuld become a part of*the regular
school day.
* *
FURTHER, it is not unlikely that
the administrators might see fit to
open up more sections in various
courses at 7:40 and perhaps on Satur Saturday
day Saturday mornings.
This will undoubtedly be met by
the students with moans, groans and
curses. We all know its an unwritten
Florida tradition every semester to
obtain the most comfortable schedule,
hourwise, that can be had, leaving the
afternoons open for handball, sack sacktime
time sacktime and, now and then, study.
* *
UNDER ORDINARY conditions,
this would be fine. There is nothing
ignoble about striving for reasonable
workday hours, be it in school or on
the job.
But conditions are not ordinary.
Classroom atmosphere in many areas
is not conducive to the imparting of
knowledge or the reception thereof,
simply because of mobbed quarters.
ii'XJ&M *
WE ARE ENGAGED presently in
a struggle to make this University a
greater institution of learning. And
here is away in which a great many
students can do something to help.
It will require a measure of sacri sacrifice,
fice, sacrifice, but 20 years from now, it is not
going to matter so much that you
were uncomfortable in a 7:40 or a Sat Saturday
urday Saturday morning class, but whether you
got something out of it.
The challenge, met willingly, will
reap dividends for all in the long run.

Friday, Sept. 23, 1960

happy; you could tell by the
way they spoke to you.
I guess everyone whos wad waded
ed waded this far looking for their
name are wondering what the
purpose of this is.
Here it is.
A song for all to sing Saturday,
at the game. It wouid be nice
for our side and embarassing
for their side if we all sang this
little ditty at the game. It's sung
to the tune of the Cornell Alma
Mater and is authored by Tradi Traditional
tional Traditional (thats George Tradition Traditional).
al). Traditional).

THE SONG:
In the northern part of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, neath a slimy steugh.
p Stands an old' deserted out outhouse,
house, outhouse, known as eff ess you.
Ever browning, never frown frowning;
ing; frowning; that is all they do.
Theyre a bunch of silly las lasses,
ses, lasses, up at eff ess you.
Again: Eff ess you, or eff ess
you; you aint worth a damn.
I can thank the stars above
me; IM A FLORIDA MAN.
Football fans, be sure to me memorize
morize memorize this song or clip it out
of the Gator before you throw it
away. Take it to the game in
anything but a glass container
and lets all sing.
Well make them feel real wel welcome.
come. welcome.

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Letters to the Editor

First'Debate'
Unimpressive
Despite the clever use of
loaded words like fellow
travelers, pinks and radi radicals,
cals, radicals, I remain unimpressed by
the initial effort of the local
chairman of Democrats for
Nixon.,
His appeal, like that of the
man he supports, is based on
denial or avoidance of reality.
His appeal fs to complacency
and chauvinism. His appeal is,
in brief, dangerously dishonest.
* *
I AM NEITHER a liberal nor
a conservative and I am cer certainly
tainly certainly not a radical. ur
choose to be pragmatic, avoid avoiding
ing avoiding any scrupulous adherance to
doctrine.
Thus, while possibly disagree disagreeing
ing disagreeing with some stipulations of
the platform and on occasion
taking exception to the ex expressed
pressed expressed views of the candidate,
I am never-the-less, led to the
conclusion that the nation badly
needs the liberal, creative, and
above all, honest program
enunciated by Senator John
Kennedy.
I HOPE THAT In succeeding
issues the debate will rise
F.Y.I.

'Taint The Administration
That Is Out To Get Us!

By JOE THOMAS
They're out to get me!
so goes the traditional cry o, the
outraged student whenever he is
faced with any collegiate trag tragedy
edy tragedy from flunking a course to
getting a bad room assignment.
Id always taken it for grant granted
ed granted that they meant the dirty
ole administration and faculty.
But recently I've begun to real realize
ize realize who the real villains are
STUDENTS.
YES, DARN IT, say what you
will about the admin s.r 1
and faculty when it comes to
putting the screws to us stu students,
dents, students, there isnt one of them
that can hold a candle to our
own Florida men and Women.
Take the dormitories for ex example.
ample. example. I've never heard anyone
complain that a member oS the
administration or faculty was
making noise in the dorms dur during
ing during gtU(|y hours. And 1 bet there
isnt one case on file of a faculty
member stealing anything out of
someones room.
*
FOR THAT MATTER I won wonder
der wonder hoiv many of the faculty
have elver borrowed a stu students
dents students bike and abandoned it
across the campus ... or a stu students
dents students book, raincoat, etc.

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above its initial level of appeal
and that the so-called Demo Democrats
crats Democrats for Nixon will attempt
to be a bit more honest in ana analyzing
lyzing analyzing the issues than their
candidate has been to date.
NAME WITHHELD
Don't Coeds
Need Frosh?
EDITOR:
We, as two freshmen, oppose
the general snobbish attitude of
most girls . . freshmen and
otherwise- Im from Georgia,.,
.and my roommate is from West.
.Virginia, and back home, the.
.girls will at least speak to you.
Here, theyre more stuck up
than telephone poles!
The girls may go for the um umbrellas,
brellas, umbrellas, pipes and beards of up upperclassmen
perclassmen upperclassmen now, but in four
years, well have the umbrellas,
pipes and the beards! And who
will we go out with? It just
might., be the freshman girls!
Respeotifully submitted in all
seriousness.
MARION BARNETT
ALLAN KIRK

Students show this same lack
of consideration for each other
in the library. They mark books
and tear pages out of them.
They hide books and periodicals
in the stacks for later use
meanwhile keeping them ftrom
their classmates. They keep im important
portant important books out overdue and
in many cases they just plain
steal them.
*
AND WHAT about those guys
that are always jamming uo the
lines during registration holding
places for their buddies .
maybe it's their fault that sec section
tion section isnt open when you get
there and not that nasty prof.
Another student-habit that has
bugged me for years is this bit
of lingering at the tables in tne
cafeteria long after meals have
been completed. This is perfect perfectly
ly perfectly all right for coffee-talks dur during
ing during slack times but it sure plays
hell on some student with only a
hal3-hour lunch break during the
noon rush.
And so it goes. Students get
short-changed when their elected
or appointed officials fail to per perform
form perform their duties properly ..
when they cheat on exams. .
and in hundreds of other ways.
They certainly are out to get
us! The students that is.

THE TOP DRAWER

It's Time To Speculate-Look at Nixon

By FRED FROHOCK
It is now by the looks of
thingsthat tremulous and spe special
cial special time every four years when
it is chic to speculate on the out outcome
come outcome of the U.S. presidential
election. On rare occasions,
these analyses take the form of
what is known commonly as
high level debates.

Most of the
time, however,
they generate
into windy and
o 1 d accusa accusations
tions accusations of pinko
socialism or
absurdedly sol solemn
emn solemn messages
to the people,
With very lit little
tle little speculation
involved save
for that spec-

ial type of absolutism that sees
only catastrophy if the opposi opposition
tion opposition is elected.
Contrary to the plaintive
bleats of the loyal followers,
however, neither candidate car carries
ries carries the secret to Utopia in his
approach to government.
There are definite issues at
stake in this election, though,
and of considerably more grav gravity
ity gravity than the question of a pa.pal
state in Washington, D.C. or the
cut of Mrs. Kennedys hairdo. In
fact, one of the points in this
respect reflects on the character
and effectiveness of a democrat democratic
ic democratic structure of government.
* *
CASE IN POINT: the Repub Republican
lican Republican candidates campaign tech techniques.
niques. techniques.
Richard Nixon, like a harp
twanging out one note, has
stated over and over that this
country is the greatest country
in the world and the American
people have nothing to fear in
the future. This is, of course, a
simple and plain lie known to
politicos, advertising concerns,
and circuses as tell the people
what they want to hear, no
matter how far the assurances
depart from reality.
It is interesting strategy from
an academic standpoint. Nixon
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has chosen it in the face of one
U.S. foreign policy blunder after
another by the Hagerty-Eisen Hagerty-Eisenhower
hower Hagerty-Eisenhower team and in spite of the
flat and crisp pronouncements
of such figures as rocket expert
Werner Von Braun and retired
Gen. Gavin on the sad state of
this countrys defense posture.
* *
WHY HAS HE chosen this
smug path? Two reasons essen essentially:
tially: essentially: First. Richard Nixon can cannot
not cannot depart in too radical a man manner
ner manner from the previous ad administrations
ministrations administrations record without in incurring
curring incurring the wrath of a retired
general turned chief executive
whose pink countenance occu occupies
pies occupies a position of inexplicable
popularity unparalled in Ameri American
can American history. To do such would
be political suicide.
* *
SECOND and more signif significantlyMr.
icantlyMr. significantlyMr. R. Nixon undoubt undoubtedly
edly undoubtedly submits to the view that
the only way to get elected in a
country with a broad base of po political
litical political power is to speak to the
electorate in easily understood
platitudes.
In fact, there is one argument
in defense of Nixons meaning meaningless
less meaningless speeches that goes some something
thing something like this: He is compelled
by political expediency to act in
such a shallow manner and of
course once he gets in the White
House he will conduct the af affairs
fairs affairs of the country in a suitably
mature fashion.
This contention is difficult to
answer over a round of
drinks simply because its prem premise
ise premise relies on an unknown factor:
the conveniently mysterious fu future.
ture. future.
But it is difficult tb see how a
mandate from the people on a
set of false generalities can pro produce
duce produce anything but a negative
government and a negative lead leader
er leader in the context of a system
where the chief executive has to
acquire a, degree of popular sup support
port support for his policies if the word
democracy is to have any sig significance
nificance significance at all.
* *
THE IRONY here can be

FROHOCK

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Marlboro Cigarettes.
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walked into the Marlboro offices, my knickers freshly pressed,
my cowlick wetted down, my oilcloth pencil box clutched in
my tiny hand. Sirs, I said to the makers of Marlboroas
handsome an aggregation of men as you will find in a month
of Sundays, as agreeable as the cigarettes they makemild yet
hearty, robust yet gentle, flip-top yet soft pack Sirs, I
said to this assemblage of honest tobacconists, I have come to
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across the length and breadth of this great free land of America.
We shook hands thensilently, not trusting ourselves to
4 speakand one of the makers whipped out a harmonica and we
sang sea chanties and bobbed for apples and played Run,
Sheep, Run, and smoked good Marlboro Cigarettes until the
campfire had turned to embers.
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the makers whose name is Trueblood Strongheart.
About the burning issues that occupy the fiveiy minds of
college America, I replied. About such vital questions as:
Should the Student Council have the power to levy taxes?
Should proctors be armed? Should coeds go out for football?
And will you say a kind word from time to time about
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squeezed our own. And then I hied me to my typewriter and
began the first of 1 seven years of columning for the makers of
Marlboro Cigarettes.
And today as-1 find myself once more at my typewriter, once
more ready to begin a new series of columns, perhaps it would
be w'ell to explain my writing methods. I use the term writing
methods advisedly because I am, above all things a methodical
writer. I do not wait for the muse; I work every single day of
the year, Sundays and holidays included. I set myself a daily
quota and I dont let anything prevent me from achieving it.
My quota, to be sure, is not terribly difficult to attain (it is,
in fact, one word per day) but the important thing is that I do
it every single day. This may seem to you a grueling schedule
but you must remember that some days are relatively easy easyfor
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Cl 1960 Max Shuioum
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clearly seen. Nixon, like the
foam on the top of a wave, is
to a great extent the product of
the countrys socio-governmental
forces. He wont become Presi President
dent President in a vacuum; people have
to vote for him.
If the result is the same ab absence.
sence. absence. of leadership that has
characterized the previous eight
years, the old axiom will be re reversed:
versed: reversed: you makes your choice
and then you pays your price.
* *
WHAT THE PRICE will be no
one can truthfully say. but it
wont be paid in slipshod pan panaceas.
aceas. panaceas. The question as to wheth whether
er whether or not a democratic system
can survive a continual crisis -r
as per the present East-West
conflict may not be answered
in either candidate's victory, but
the answer may be part of the
price in making your choice.
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By MIKE GORA
Gator Mural Editor
t
The purpose of the Intramural program at the
UF Is to provide the opportunity for every stu student
dent student to participate in some kind of competitive
recreational sport or activity.
In order to make a success of the vast Intra Intramural
mural Intramural program, headed by Spurgeon Cherry, you,
the students must participate In the wide variety
of sports offered by the program.
Student participation in the planning, admin administration
istration administration and execution of this program has made
this intramural program one of the best in the
nation.
The members of the mural department, along
with myself, hope each student will take full ad advantage
vantage advantage of the opportunities provided in this pro program
gram program in order to develop and maintain himself as
a truly well rounded Florida student.
With another season ready to get underway, a

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sleepy old dragon rears its ugly head, and I with
my armor slightly tarnished from battles past,
will try to go forward to slay or at least delay this
hidious beast
The monster which I wish to vanquish with
a bravado display of the pen Is mightier than
toe sword is poor sportsmanship.
Hold on now! Before you start reading some something
thing something else listen to the few, and I hope well chosen,
words which I have to say.
. ; r
To you gentlemen who participate In inter interdorm
dorm interdorm or intra-fraternity athletics, remember
your opponents want to win as badly as you do.
Your opponents feel they deserve the same
chance of winning as you do.
Finally the officials, are human, and therefore
liable to make mistakes. As the man once said
To err is human. . .
All I can say to the many ladies who participate
in the intramural program is to act like ladies.
Play hard and play to win, but be good sports.

UF Clubs Meet
For First Time
Hie barbel] club will hold its In Initial
itial Initial meeting of the new year at
7:00 p.m.- Monday, in room 222 of
the Florida Gym. Barbell club
cards will be issued at this meet meeting.
ing. meeting.
The barbell room will be open,
to card holders only, on Tuesday.
Hours for the barbell room are
Monday through Friday from 2:00
p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Soccer Club
The soccer dub will meet at
10:30 a.m. Saturday, September
24th on Fleming Field.
Coach Allen Moore will be the
advisor again this year and he will
be on hand Saturday morning to
greet all newcomers and old aoo aoocer
cer aoocer players.
Judo Club
The judo club will meet the sec second
ond second week of school on Monday,
Wednesday, and Friday at 4:30
p.m.
The club will meet in the South Southeast
east Southeast comer of the Florida Gym.
Coach Dick Reiainger will spon sponsor
sor sponsor the club.
Ski Club
Hie Gator Ski Club will hold an
organizational meeting at 7:00
p.m. September 27th. The meet meeting
ing meeting will be held in the basement
of the Florida Gym.
s Election of new officers will be
held. New members are urged to
attend.

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Remembering highlight# of hie
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Miami game of two year# ago. A
25 yard touchdown peas from
Jimmie Dunn to Patchen proved
to bo the turning point in gain gaining
ing gaining a Gator victory.
Pat approve# of the new offenee
installed by Coach Ray Graves. It
gets more men in a better post posttion

The Florida Alligator, Friday, Sept. 23, 1960

tion posttion to score fester he pointed out
The wide open offenee proved
effective during the George Wash Washington
ington Washington game with the Gators
trouncing G.W. 80-7.
There were a lot of firat game
mistakes, Patchen stated, but the
sophomores loo-d g nd did a
lot to secure the victory.
When asked how he liked play,
ing under the new Coach, Pat*
cher felt that Graves was a good
conch, a fair guy who offered
help to all the players.
Pat thought that a coach needs
to be Impartial to all the team
members and still hold their res respect.
pect. respect.

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Patchen pate Italian food and
movies high on his list of favo favorite*.
rite*. favorite*. His main dislike proved to
he fiotbaU practice.
Former Gator Coach Mac Cara
signed the Ohio etar to afootball
scholarship. Pat felt the Florida
engineering school was one of the
top schools and this proved the
final drawing card in bringing him
to Gainesville.
A senior in Electrical engineer engineering
ing engineering and a member of Kappa Sigm
social fraternity, Patchen expects
to graduate in June. His future
plans include either graduate work
in engineering or Officers Candi Candidate
date Candidate School in the Army.

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VOICE OF THE GATOBS
UF-FSU Bottle
Is Bitter Rivalry
By RAY GRAVES
UF Athletic Director

This annual football game between Florida and
Florida State is the most bitter young state rivalry in
the country, and in the years ahead it promises to be become
come become one of the best old-time rivalries in the nation.
And, believe me, I have the utmost respect for FSUs
Bill Peterson and his coaching ability. In a short period
of time he has done an excellent job of organizing the
Seminoles.
The main reason for FSUs surprisingly one-sided
victory over a good Richmond team (28-0) was Coach
Petersons organization of three teams. He substituted
them in a manner that completely wore down Richmond.
The Seminoles also have two quarterbacks that! I
feel sure can make it a rough afternoon for any team.
You can rest assured that we are not underestimat underestimating
ing underestimating Florida State.
I have told our players that Florida State and Miami
are the two most important games on our schedule.
After playing Georgia the Bulldogs return home. After
Auburn, the Tigers go home.;So it is with all our oppon opponents
ents opponents except FSU and Miami. We have to live with them
and their fans all year long. L

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Saurians Seek Seminole Scalps Saturday

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... Snares One

Libertore, Feely Battle
In Offensive Showdown

By JARED LEBOW
Gator Sports Writer
Fortified by a 30-7 victory over George Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, Floridas Gators go after their second victory of the
season when they meet Florida State tomorrow after afternoon
noon afternoon at Florida Field.

The Seminoles will be looking for
their first win in the young but in intense
tense intense rivalry between the two
state schools. They have clashed
twice on the gridiron with the Ga Gators
tors Gators coming out on top both times.
In SB Florida triumphed 21-7. Last
year the Orange and Blue rolled
to an 18-8 win.
Battle Os QBs
This years contest may well be
a battle of sophomore quarter quarterbacks.
backs. quarterbacks. The Gators will be led by
mighty mite Larry Libert ore,
while Eddie Feely, a Giinesville
high school product, will direct the
boys from Tallahassee.
Feely, who was a standout in the
Seminoles 28-0 victory over Rich Richmond
mond Richmond last* week, will have Bud
Whithead and Carl Meyer at the
halves with Ed Parker running in
the fullback slot.
Seminole Ends
At the flanks the Seminoles will
have juniors Fred Grimes and
Jim Daniel. The tackles will be
named by Marion Bronson and
Steve Klesius, Abner Bigbie and
John Levings will be at the guard
spots and Don Sellers will open at
center.
In addition to Libertore, the Ga Gator
tor Gator backfield will have Bob Hoover
and Doug Partin at the halves and
Swim Aspirants
To Hold Confab
Coach E. G. (Buddy) Crone of,
the UF swimming team, perennial
champions of the Southeastern
Conference, has announced an im important
portant important meeting for all candidates
for both varsity and freshmen
teams.
The meeting will take place
Tuesday, Sept. 27, at 4 p.m. in
room 206 of the Florida Gym. In
addition to the swimmers and div divers,
ers, divers, anyone interested in being
manager should come and see
Coach Crone or Coach Bill Har Harlan.
lan. Harlan.
Selectors Disagree
This weeks prediction column
again suffered the fate of two
many advertisements and again
will not appear in full.
Foreign correspondent from Po Polo
lo Polo Park, somewhere in the Middle
East George Solomon and Alliga Alligator
tor Alligator Sports Editor Bill BuchaJter
with help from Miami Beach
match-maker Piss Lechtner
only disagree on three games.
Bucbalter looks for upsets by
Maryland over Texas; Northwest Northwestern
ern Northwestern over Oklahoma, and Tennes.
Bee over Auburn.

Jon Mceth at fullback. Partin
who broke loose for a 60 yard
touchdown wallop against George
Washington, goes into tomorrows
contest with a 15 yard per carry
rushing average.
Veteran Flankmen
At the ends, the Gators will start
veteran flankmen Pat Patchen
and Nick Arfaras. Also expected to
see plenty of action at end is Tom
Smith, who did a tremendous job
of blocking in last weeks contest.
Holding forth at the tackles will
be Ronnie Slack and Jim Beaver
with Larry Travis and Vic Miran Miranda
da Miranda slated to open at the guards.
Travis, a sophomore, gave a ne
display of football savy in his first
varsity contest last week.
Captain Bill Hood will again be
center, with support coming
from Bob Wehking and Bruce Cull Cullpepper.
pepper. Cullpepper. Cullpepper will also han handle
dle handle the kickoff duties.

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PROBABLE STARTING LINEUP
FLORIDAS GATORS FSUs SEMINOLES
NO. NAME WT. HT. POS. HT. WT. NAME No.
86 Pat Pate hen 200 6-0 LE 6-4 185 Jim Daniel 88
75 Ronnie Slack | 220 6-2 LT 6-1 217 Steve Kleeiue 67
67 Larry Travis 207 6-1 LG 5-10 18S Abner BigMe 68
52 BUI Hood 200 6-1 C 6-2 210 Don Sellers 52
60 Vic Miranda 210 6-0 RG 6-0 330 John Levings 65'
70 Jim Beaver 213 6-1 RT 6-4 232 Marion Bronson 76
82 Nick Arfaras 200 6-2 RE 6-1-188 Fred Grimes 85
14 Larry Libertore 140 5-8 QB 5-9 164 Eddie Feely 14
32 Doug Partin 160 s*B LH 5-11 181 Oar! Meyer *5
84 Bob Hoover 196 8-1 RH 5-11 178 Bud Whitehead 20
46 Jon Mceth 185 5-8 FB 6-4 214 Ed Parker 44

Mural League Set
For Floret Village
A new intramural league, re recently
cently recently formed on campus, is the
Flavet League which includes Fla Flavets
vets Flavets 1,2, 3, Corey and Schucht
Memorial Villages.
Flag football is the first sport on
the agenda as the Flavets initiate
their season this Sunday. Games
will be held each Sunday after afternoon
noon afternoon from 2 till 4 p.m., at the ath athletic
letic athletic field opposite fraternity row.
All interested in joining should
contact their respective mayor.
Gridmen To Face
Clemson In Opener
The UF football team will open
the 1961 grid season against the
powerful Clemson Tigers.
Coach Ray Graves announced
the game and said it hasnt been
decided whether the game will be
played at Florida Field or at the
Gator Bowl in Jacksonville.

Low Loop Begins
The law league begins action
next week with flag football.
Play will be held every Tuesday
and Thursday afternoon at Nor Norman
man Norman Field. Law students wish wishing
ing wishing to participate In the six team
loop should see Mgr. Bob Staats.

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Trackmen To Meet
Coach Percy Beard of the TJI
track team will meet all can
didates for the frosh and varsit}
teams, except those out for cross
country, on Monday, Sept. 28 a
4:30 p.m. in room 201 of the Sta
dium.