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SEE PAGE 3

Volume Mo. 5

Crucial Time Faces UF
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POLITICAL SCIENCE OFFICES...
... Overflow Into Bldg. E
Coming Biennium Critical;
So Says PCL's Dr. Dauer

(EDITOR'S NOTE: This
is the first of a series of
articles aimed at pointing
out the problemsin space,
finances, and staffthat
prevail in various depart departments
ments departments of the College of
Arts and Sciences and Uni University
versity University College. Today's
brings to fight the critical
area of the Department of
Political Science in Arts
and Sciences.)
By PAT TI NSTAIX
Gator* Editorial Assistant
The next biennium (1961-1963)
marks a crucial period in the
academic history oi the UF, ac according
cording according to Dr. Manning Dauer,
head of the department of poli political
tical political science.
Speaking of his department
and the University, Dr. Dauer
commented that with professors
being forced to leave simply be because
cause because of finances and greater
research opportunities at other
universities, the UF 'must be
made more desirable.
Some at Peak
gome of those leaving his de department
partment department are at the peak of
their productivity having
taught 10 or 12 years.
Competing academically with
the nations outstanding univer universities,
sities, universities, while unable to compete
financially, is the main problem
at the UF, he said.
We are above the academic
average of the 21 institutions
over the U.S. with which the
Board of Control and the UF
salary bureau compared us in a
recent study, says Dauer.
But we are 30 per cent be below
low below the average in salaries, as
compared with the same 21 in institutions.
stitutions. institutions. This situation points
out that, although the UF might

FROUCS ENTERTAINMENT
Charlie Spivak ... ... Dakota Staton
Orchestra, Female Vocalist
Set for Frolics, Oct. 14,15

Charlie Spivak. nationally
known big man sound with
the sweetest trumpet in the
world, wIH orchestrate for Fall
Frolics Oct. 14 and 15.
The collegiate theme in the
Florida Gymnasium will also
feature Downbeat magazine s
Alumni Presidents
To Be Luncheon Guests
Presidents of ah UF Alumni
Clubs will be special guests of the
University and the Alumni Associ Association
ation Association in the Club Presidents Re Recognition
cognition Recognition Pay program Oct. 1, on
the campus.
Dr. Harry Philpott, vice presi president
dent president of the University, is schedul scheduled
ed scheduled for a brief address during the
luncheon.

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have a good academic environ environment,
ment, environment, teachers have to eat and
take care of their families, he
said.
Emphasizing that this is a pro problem
blem problem of educators all over the
nation, Dauer also stated that
the problem is more acyte at
the UF.
The department of political
science, which graduates 60 to 65
students yearly with AB degrees,
is one of the many departments
in the UF college of arts and
sciences which suffer from the
general university problem
lack of funds, teachers and
room.
Office space is really diffi difficult,
cult, difficult, said Dr. Dauer. We have
a number of faculty in tempor temporary
ary temporary buildings, and each office is
crowded with desks and books.
He explained that the incon inconvenience
venience inconvenience caused by having of offices
fices offices in buildings other than the
teaching building is not the ma major
jor major problem, but that the lack of
a quiet place to prepare les lessons
sons lessons and do research is the
most irritating aspect.
Explaining particular pro problems
blems problems of the Department of po political
litical political science, Dr. Dauer said
although the student enrollment
has increased by nearly 50 per
cent, the number of staff mem members
bers members has not increased.
We received about 5 per cent
in salary increases from the last
legislature, he said, but since
1957 w*e have only added re replacementsno
placementsno replacementsno new positions positionsfor
for positionsfor faculty members who have
left.
Ratio High
The student teacher ratio in
political science courses ex excluding
cluding excluding C-l is 1 to 20. We
teach 3,000 credit hours, he
said, and the current ratio is
dj ;

Most Promising Newcomer
of the Year, Mias Dakota Sta Staton,
ton, Staton, a prominent Negro vocalist
along the college circuit.
The Inter fraternity Council,
sponsor of the annual Fall Fro Frolics
lics Frolics program, has arranged a
weekend that will be of more
interest to the collegiate crowd
than some previous billings, ac according
cording according to Frolics Chairman
Morris' Proenza.
Miss Staton has appeared in
Carnegie Hall and the Newport
Jazz Festival, in addition to cutt cutting
ing cutting several hit record albums.
Spivaks orchestra has handled
the musical score for two motion
pictures as well as many person personal
al personal appearances across the coun country.
try. country.

almost twice as high as in the
major universities with which
we are competing.
The intricacies of the teachers
position include whether the in instructor
structor instructor is paid completely by
the state, partly by the state
and part research grants, or
wholly by research grants.
Political science has 16 indivi individual
dual individual teachers, ll full time
. c .--;e of financial and re research
search research arrangements and of
Lie ii, two are on full-time re research,
search, research, but some of the best re research
search research grunts require match matching
ing matching funds by the University,
said Dau e r, and we simply can cannot
not cannot afford to do this. Se we lose
out.
Os the $50,000 research grants
now being used by the depart department
ment department only SB,OOO is state funds.
The remainder is from national
sources.
We have difficulty again com competing
peting competing in research, said Dauer,
because there is no system for
sabbatical leave!
Sabbaticals Out
With sabbatical leaves, after
teaching for seven years, an in instructor
structor instructor could leave for a year
at half-salary.
This system works well with
other universities the ones
with which we are comparing
ourselves, said Dauer. Again
lack of money prevents UF tea teachers
chers teachers from exploring the aspects
of their profession as they might.
Dr. Dauer said the student
body could act to help the de departments.
partments. departments. He stressed that tue
next meeting of the legislature
would be of vital importance
to the UF. The Alumni Associa Association
tion Association is sending a brochure to all
alumni, clearly stating the fin financial
ancial financial situation. The leaflet is
available to any student inter interested
ested interested in where the money goes.
Phones Wrecked
In Hume Hall
As Vandals Hit 1
An outbreak of vandalism has
destroyed a number of pay station
telephones in the mens resi residence
dence residence halls.
If the destruction continues, a
telephone company official said
telephones will be removed from
the dormitory sections involved.
Most of the destruction took
place shortly after students moved
into the residence halls. The head I
resident Counselor of mens halls, j
F. G. McGill, said on Sept. 18, al- j
most every pay telephone in Hume
was put out of operation.
Although there has been some:
trouble with these telephones in
the past, McGill said he had never
before seen such widesp:e~U van vandalism
dalism vandalism in such a short period. Out
of 14 pay stations in Hume, only
four are now in operation.
Cords were cut, receivers ripp ripped
ed ripped out and microphone dia diaphragms
phragms diaphragms removed. Attempts were
made to break into coin boxes, and
in some cases, carbonated drinks
were poured into telephones.
W. E. Clardy, Gainesville man manager
ager manager of southern Beil Telephone
Co., said the telephones would be
repaired as soon as possible.
Tutors Give Free Help
The Florida Tutoring Society of offers
fers offers help to any student, free of
charge, if it feels that the student
needs one.
The Society was begun last Oc October
tober October in order to give free tutor tutoring
ing tutoring to the students who are having
trouble with a subject.
Any student who needs help in
any subject can sign up in the
Florida Union office of the Soci Society.
ety. Society.

University of Florida, Gainesville Friday, September 30, 1960

Beaty Tips
Hat to SG,
ItsPrexies
Council Okays
Tentative Funds
By KIRK CAIAAHAN
Gator Editorial Assistant
The UF student govern government
ment government was lauded as one
of the greatest training
measures of the University"
by former Dean of Students
Robert C. Beaty at Tuesday
nights Legislative Council
meeting.
Beaty had been faculty
advisor to the student gov government
ernment government Executive Council
since 1937 until his retire retirement
ment retirement last spring.
He said he saw in Bob Park,
student body president, and Joe
Ripley, last years student body
head, an attempt to redefine the
meaning of student government.
Beaty read part of the student
government constitution, empha emphasizing
sizing emphasizing whole participation in stu student
dent student government.
Concluding his talk, Beaty of offered
fered offered his opinions on the weak weaknesses
nesses weaknesses and strengths of student
government.
Presented as good factors of
student government were: its tra traditional
ditional traditional acceptance by the stu students,
dents, students, faculty and alumni; its ed educative
ucative educative and training value; and
its function as a laboratory of
democratic living and good citi citizenship.
zenship. citizenship.
Critical Period
Beaty predicted that the next
five yesfcs would be critical period
for the UF and that students
should place grades as their first
concern. However, he stressed
that a well balanced education
combines academics and student
government.
The Council approved a tent tentative
ative tentative budget for student gov government
ernment government fee distribution as pre presented
sented presented by the Budget and Fi Finance
nance Finance Committee.
Major shifts in the new budget
as compared to last years in include
clude include gn approximate 40 per cent
reduction of funds for the F
Book; decrease of around 1-3 for
the debate society;? and an in increase
crease increase of about 20 per cent for
the Lyceum Council.
Charlie Barnes, Budget and Fi Finance
nance Finance Committee chairman, ex explained
plained explained that the shifts in alloca allocations
tions allocations of funds was aimed at ren rendering
dering rendering the most benefit to the
most people.
Barnes said that any of the
organizations supported by stu student
dent student government fee distribu distributions
tions distributions may gain additional funds
by appeal to the Council.
From each students registra registration
tion registration fees, $14.50 goes to the stu student
dent student government for allocation the
varied organizations under its jur jurisdiction.
isdiction. jurisdiction.
Other Action
Other action by the Legislative
Council included approval of the
Village Mayors Council, an or organization
ganization organization of students from the
married students housing vil villages.
lages. villages.
Student Body Vice Pres. Al Allen
len Allen Poole emphasized the im importance
portance importance of the Councils stand standing
ing standing committees functioning reg regularly.
ularly. regularly. Poole warned that if the
committees submitted no re reports
ports reports within the next two meet meetings,
ings, meetings, Committee chairmen would
be replaced.
It is better to have no com committees
mittees committees than to have those that
dont function, he said. Poole ex explained
plained explained that his comments were
Housing, Traffic
and Safety, Social and Organiza Organizaiu
iu Organizaiu mu. .cases Committees.
The next meting of the Legis Legis
Legis Council will be at 7 p.m.
Tuesday, Oct. 3. Poole urged all
Council members to attend.

Altered Schedules Eyed

By NANCY MYKEL
Gator Editorial Assistant
Sweeping changes in class
schedules are under consideration
by UF President Dr. J. Wayne
Reitzs special committee ,on
crowded conditions.
Dean of Academic Affairs Rob Robert
ert Robert B. Mautz conferred Monday
with Arts and Sciences Dean
Ralph E. Page. Also present at
the meeeing which took place in
Dean Pages office were Arts and
Sciences Assistant Deans Stanley
E. Wimberly and Arm in H. Gropp.
Action Needed
The conclusions reached were
that something concrete must be
done, and soon, in order to cope
with the increased enrollment
problems next year.
Three possibilities dealing
with class re-scheduling are be being
ing being mulled over, according to
Dean Mautz. They are:
First, schedule courses at stag-
gered hours. The days would be
divided into three time areas. A
class would meet, during the
week, in each of the areas.

Board of Control Ruling
Stymies Political Rally

: BULLETIN | i J
* j
i The State Board of Control stated Thursday it j
* would not slacken its policy concerning student 3
* partisan rallies on behalf of political candidates. J
University President Dr. J. Wayne Reitz said j
* he called the executive secretary, Dr. Broward Cul-
J pepper and that the matter would be taken up with 3
* the executive committee of the Board. j
Two alternatives would be looked into, he said:
J speeches by political candidates themselves on cam- 3
* pus and bipartisan rallies presenting both sides of J
? political issues outside the Florida Union.
{ Student Body President Bob Park issued the 3
* following statement: j 3
The color and enthusiasm of political cam- j
t paignijig in the American tradition often comes 3
$ from large political rallies. Such rallies will take 3
+ place on campuses all across the United States this J
$ fall. :
I Our student government will continue to work
+ for the political freedom and open expression of J
5 ideas students should find in their University."

30 Independents
Form CUI Wed.

Thirty campus independents met
Wednesday evening to form the
Congress of United Independents.
A part of the United party plat platform,
form, platform, the CUI was organized by
Student Body President Bob Park
to serve as a springboard for the
problems of independent stu students.
dents. students.
In a letter read to the group,
Park said, Those of us who have
struggled to obtain greater recog recognition
nition recognition of the needs and problems
of non-fraternity men are excited
about the potential of this new
Congress.
Dorms Directly Represented
In establishing this Congress,
we hoped to give independent stu students
dents students throughout the dormitories
a direct representative to me and
the resources of my office and stu student
dent student government.
The membership of the CUI will
include a representative from ev-j
ery dorm section, from every
married student village and from!
the varied off-campus areas.
Park appointed Ralph as
chairman of the organization
and Paul Hendrick as vice chair chairman.
man. chairman.
Carey Explains
Carey explained the organiza organization
tion organization was to preserve independ independent
ent independent initiative in campus politics.
50% Jobless
Less than half the students ap applying
plying applying for part-time work receive
jobs, reported Hayes K. McClel McClelland,
land, McClelland, Assistant Dean of Men.
More than 1,000 applying stu students
dents students were left unemployed. A
few of these sought employment
off-campus. The University is the
largest employer of students and
off-campus jobs are scarce, he
said.
Lack of qualifications, schedule
conflicts, and failure to maintain
the required two point average!
were listed as further explanation!
for the large number of jobseek-;
ing students.
Eleven per cent of the student'
body is now working.

There would, for instance, be no
such thing as 8:405. Instead, a
class might meet Monday at 8:40,
Wednesday at 1:40. and Friday at
3:40.
Burden Spread
This would spread the burden
of unpopular hours evenly among
all the students.
. Second, schedule two 75-min 75-minute
ute 75-minute periods instead of the pres present
ent present three 50-minute periods.
These would be at staggered
hoars also. A class example of
this would be Tuesday, 9:35-
10:50, and Thursday, 2:55-4:10.
Second Possibility
Rutgers University, facing an
increased enrollment problem
similar to UFs, hit upon the sec second
ond second possibility as its solution.
Third, schedule night courses
as a part of the regular school
day.
Dean Mautz said a new manda mandatory
tory mandatory scheduling of classes was the
only present solution to over overcrowding
crowding overcrowding problems more class classroom
room classroom buildings are a solution, but

He stressed that the problem
areas with which they would be
concerned would be in the dorms,
in the various living areas and on
the UF campus.
After introductory talks by Car Carey
ey Carey and Hendrick, discussion arose
on the need for more television
sets accessible to students in the
living areas so that they may view
the Nixon-Kennedy debates.
Carey emphasized that this
doesnt necessitate the purchasing
of additional television sets.
The next meeting of the CUI
will be at 7 p.m. Monday at the
second floor auditorium in the
Florida Union.
Directory
Os Students
To Be Sold
On Nov. 16
The communications fog will
lift on Nov. 16, target date for
free distribution of 10,000 student
directories to UF students.
The directory, a student gov government
ernment government project, will give each
students name, classification,
campus address and phone num number.
ber. number.
Estimated to cost $2,300, the
directory will be 75'pages long.
Two years ago, the directory
was sold by the Administration.
Costs ran into the red so the
project was dropped.
It was revived last spring by
Student Body president Bob Park,
who made the directory one of
the platform planks which led
the United Party to victory.
To overcome production costs,
advertising space will be sold to
local merchants and will resem resemble
ble resemble the yellow pages of a tele telephone
phone telephone directory.
The directories will be distrib distributed
uted distributed on campus through dorm
councils.

Reitz Telephones Tally,
' jj-1 - ;:
Asks Change After SG
Files 3-Part Resolution
By DICK HEBERT
Gator Managing Editor
Conflict over whether students could hold a rally;,
in support of their favorite national presidential candi candidate
date candidate led to a petition resolution Wednesday by the
student government cabinet and a request for a special
ruling by the State Board of Control.
The student government cabinet met Tuesday
night to draft a resolution protesting a Board of. Con Control
trol Control ruling and policy stated in a memo to the stu students
dents students by University President Dr. J. Wayne Reitz.

Student Body President Bob Park
presented the resolution to Dr.
Reitz Wednesday afternoon in be behalf
half behalf of the student body and the
student groups backing the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic and Republican Tickets.
Conflict arose when the Public
Functions and Lectures Commit Committee
tee Committee invoked Dr. Reitzs memo
number 27 to refuse permission to
the groups.
Poop OK
Reitz explained that the mem memorandum
orandum memorandum did not prohibit students
from orderly distributing cam campaign
paign campaign literature or soliciting regis registration,
tration, registration, votes or support from stu students
dents students not yet of voting age.
The president said he had to
check with the Board before per permitting
mitting permitting speech-making such
as would be done in a rally.
This is what was prohibited in
the Board ruling and also in his
memo which was based on this
ruling, he explained.
This ruling stated in effect that
there is to be no political speech speechmaking
making speechmaking expect in the Florida
Union at the UF and in other de designated
signated designated buildings at other state
universities.
Proposed Rally
Students for Kennedy Johnson
first sought permission to hold
their rally tonight on the Plaza of
The Americas from Dean of Stu Student
dent Student Affairs Lester L. Hale.
Charley Wells, chairman of the
Democrats for Nixon Lodge cam campaign,
paign, campaign, explained that he had
. . .-i .i.....
I
Religion-in-Life
Positions Open
Positions on the Religion-in-Life
Wee£ 1961 Committee, are now
available announced Joe Chap Chapman,
man, Chapman, general chairman.
Applications may be obtained
in the Florida Union, Room 211
and interview appointments may
be made between 2 and 5 p.m.,
Oct. 3, 4 and 5.
Religion-in-Life Week is a ser series
ies series of lectures and discussions held
every spring with participation by
lay and religious leaders across
the nation. It is co-sponsored by
the University Religious Associa Association
tion Association and the Department of Re Religion.
ligion. Religion.

occupancy is three years away
from legislative appropriation,
and the proposed Social Science-
Humanities building and the Arch Architecture
itecture Architecture building are not appropri appropriated
ated appropriated yet.
Halls Visited
Peabody, Anderson, and Walker
Halls were visited by Dean Mautz
during the busy morning hours.
I saw for myself the crowd crowded
ed crowded situation In those three most mostpacked
packed mostpacked buildings, said Dean
Mautz, and I will report on
what I saw to Univers#!y e-
President Harry M. Philpott,
who Is chairman of President
Reitzs committee.
Dean Mautz said that Arts and
Sciences cannot be treated like an
isolated college.
Everybody Into Act
Well have to bring everybody
into the act.f he said. Changes
in Arts and Sciences will affect
every other coHege.
Peabody Hall is crowded only
In the popular morning hours,
Dean Mautz pointed out. Mid Midafternoon
afternoon Midafternoon finds few or no class*

Eight Pages This Edition

sought permission Tuesday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon to distribute campaign
literature Saturday morning be before
fore before the Georgia Teeh football
game. His request was also re refused,
fused, refused, he said.
Johnson and Wells jointly ask asked
ed asked Park to check with the admin-.
istration on both rulings.
Committee Sought
When Johnson went to see Dean
Hale he was advised to seek the
approval of the Public Functions
and lectures Committee in charge
of all such programming.
The five man committee,
chairmanned by News Bureau
head Allen Skaggs, unanimously
refused permission, invoking
Reitzs memo and the Board
ruling.
In effect this student govern government
ment government and administration actlofc
was in behalf of both groups, stu students
dents students for Kennedy-Johnson e.\-
Democrats for Nixon Lodge.
Rally Postphoned
Jon Johnson, chairman of Stu Students
dents Students for Kennedy Johnson ex explained
plained explained that the delay in deciding
Board policy forced him to post postpone
pone postpone the rally until Tuesday.
We will definitely hold the
rally ( somewhere on campus
Tuesday night, probably in the
Florida Union if the Board of
Control does not reverse its po policy,
licy, policy, said Johnson.
The presidents memo stated
that the use of University facili facilities
ties facilities by active, announced politi political
cal political candidates for public office is
limited to the Florida Union and
then only when sponsored by a re recognized
cognized recognized student organization. \
Policy Upheld
In a letter to Johnson, Skaggs
explained, The committee has
unanimously the policy of
the University as defined in the
Reitz Memorandum No. 27.
The committee has interpret interpreted
ed interpreted this policy in its intent to ap apply
ply apply whether or not the candidate
himself speaks or Ms designated
representative.
The matter under discussion Is
the intent of the policy, which Is
to confine local, state and national
partisan political activity on the
part of recognized student organi organizations
zations organizations to the Florida Union.
(See RALLY, Page I)

est meeting. It is this situation
that the new schedule being con*
sidered would take advantage of..
Students dont learn well in the
afternoon; underpaid, overworked
professors don't want to work Sat Saturdays,
urdays, Saturdays, nights, or late afternoons;
students want Friday afternoons
free.
But we may all have to suffer
in order to solve this problem.
The expressed willingness of
students to urge inconveniences on
themselves to help the University
in this problm is admirable, he
said, refenring especially to the
Alligator editorial in last weeks
paper.
Dean Mautx stressed the hu human
man human side of the difficulty faced.
People deal with this as though
it were simply a matter of me mechanics/*
chanics/* mechanics/* he said.
It isnt. We are dealing with
human beings with human values,
and their cultural traits.
Enrollment after late registra registration
tion registration last Saturday showed 13,100
students in UF. The figure last
year at this time was 12,710.

What Good
Is Theory?
SEE PAGE 4



Page 2

Fraternity Presidents Evaluate Rush,
Alree To Channel Maturity to IFC

KIRK CALLAHAN
ihSfbr Editorial Assistant
An evaluation of this semesters
fraternity man was given at a
Monday-night meeting of UF fra fratemiQQ>residents.
temiQQ>residents. fratemiQQ>residents.
Calteteby Inter-fraternity Coun Council
cil Council Parsons, the meeting
was for channeling ma mature
ture mature ITfOught into the IFC struc structure.
ture. structure.
Foliating discussion the
groujQj&ttended by 21 fraternity
] residents, agreed that fraternity
rush was: too expensive, un-coord un-coordin
in un-coordin ejS, tacked communication with
freshmen on fraternity objectivee,
and lacked a unified efifort by the
fraternities to bring more mem members
bers members into the Greek fold.
Whnts Advisory Board

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BIG MUSIC
on campus;
Some rather wild and wonderful new Capitol albums
by Nat Cole, the Kingston Trio, Sinatra and others
Orchestra.
1 O NAT COLE Nat sings as never before in Wild is Love,
a joyful collection of brand-new ballads about the wildness
and wonder of romance. Each song fits the love story told
and shown in a lavish 24-pg. color booklet with the album. It's
Ihe beautifully-packaged something else in music that Nat
and you and someone you iove have always wanted. SWAKI332

KBPS?
W;
D KINGSTON TRIO Great
and new balladeering by the
Trio. Driving Bad Man Blunder,
Spooky Everglades, colorful
Tattooed Lady,a dozen. ST 140 T
q~RAY ANTHONY Soaring
strings and a buoyant horn
carry the torch songs in this
m to tender peaks for lovers
alone to scale. ST 1420
QOAKOTA STATON Dakota,
Benny Carter, in twelve
eitly-styled standards. Body
and Soul, Solitude, Close Your
Eyes, Be Anything, etc. ST 1427

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The Florida Alligator, Friday, Sept. 30, 1960

Parsons said that he hoped the
fraternity presidents would act as
an advisory body on policy to as assist
sist assist in IFC business.
William G. Cross, administra administration
tion administration advisor to fraternities,
spoke to the group and empha emphasized
sized emphasized his desire to work coop cooperatively
eratively cooperatively with the UF fraternity
System.
Other action at the iheeting in included
cluded included the creation of a commit committee
tee committee to study rush rules. Committee
members include fraternity presi presidents:
dents: presidents: Ed Seay, Phi Delta Theta;
Bemie Eakes, Phi Kappa Tau;
Dick Adams, Sigma Chi; John
Vogt, Alpha Tau Omega; Bob
Plumb, Theta Chi; Steve Gard Gardner,
ner, Gardner, Pi Lambda Phi; and Andy
Jackson, Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

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Orume Negrita, Bernfes Tune,
Jordu, 12 live ones. ST 1416
THE FOUR FRESHMEN The
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oboe, flute, 6 slmpatico new
Instruments. At Last, Long Ago
and Far Away, others. ST 1378
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genius brings the uke to ful
statehood." Hawaiian War
Chant, Third Man Theme, Black
and White Rag, more. ST 1425

Parsons sa id the committee
would meet again next Monday
night to work out concrete pro proposals
posals proposals for improving the rush pro program.
gram. program. vv
Ideas evolved from these com committee
mittee committee meetings will be relayed
back to the members *e
fraternity executive committees
for a re-evaluation. Any addi additional
tional additional ideas then will be brought
back to future meetings by the
rush rules committee members.
Parsons said he uopes the or organizational
ganizational organizational structure of the IFC
will be the next study area of the
fraternity presidents.
IPO Met Tuesday
At a Tuesday night IFC meet meeting,
ing, meeting, a report was given of the
presidents meeting and plans
were discussed for Fall Frolics,
Oct. 15, and the Homecoming pa parade.
rade. parade.
In mi effort to increase an
intellectual awareness**
amongst fraternity members,
the IPO plans to sponsor, dur during
ing during the academic year, a series
of speaking engagements at all
. of the fraternity houses.
The plan was inaugurated Sept.
22, following the Annual Scholar Scholarship
ship Scholarship Convocation. Members of the
houses and spoke on scholarship
emphasis.
Parsons said future engage engagements
ments engagements will take place at the vari various
ous various fraternity houses on different
dates. He said he hoped to have
five or six speakers visit each
house during the year.
Jim Bain, Tau Kappa Epsilon,
is IFC scholarship chairman and
is in charge of arrangements.

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new album. You Go to My Head,
Nevertheless, That Old Feeling,
Dream, eight more. 5W1417
JUNE CHRISTY Cool,
breezy lessons from Mist
Christy. Swinging on a Star,
Scarlet Ribbons, 12 in aH for
Small fond bigger) Fry. ST 1398
THE SEVEN TEENS Brilliant
new teen-age band in swing
classics tike Sing, Sing, Sing,
One QT Clock Jump, Little Brown
Jug and Cherokee. ST 1424

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SITTING PRETTY Looking at the 1960 Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming Sweetheart title i* Robbie Smith, sponsored
by the Order of the L&ste Krewe. Robbie is one of 28
lucky girls headed for Cypress Gardens Saturday.
HC Sweetheart Hopefuls
In 'Gardens' Competition

i
By ELEANOR YEAGER
Gator Staff Writer
A Miss America type contest
will be enacted this weekend at
Cypress Gardens, as 28 UF coeds
vie for the title of 1960 Homecom Homecoming
ing Homecoming Sweetheart.
For the first time in the con contests
tests contests history a Miss Congenial Congeniality
ity Congeniality will be selected by the con contestants
testants contestants themselves.
The entrants and their sponsors
are: Flo Alford, Theta Chi; Libby
Baker, Alpha Gamma Rho, Jean
Bennett, Chi Omega; Beverly
Boyett, Sigma Kappa; Sandra
Bryan, Delta Delta Delta; Boy Boyna
na Boyna Butler, Delta Tau Delta; Syl Sylvia
via Sylvia Cross, Kappa Sigma; Carol
Curran, Phi Delta Theta; Karen
Dale, Delta Sigma Phi; Ann De-
Siiazo, Kappa Delta.
More Girls
Others are: Patricia Erra, Sig Sigma
ma Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Gayle Gleck Gleckler,
ler, Gleckler, Beta Theta Pi; Nancy Hawk Hawkins,
ins, Hawkins, Alpha Omicron Pi; Duane
McNair, Phi Mu; Anita Otto, Al Alpha
pha Alpha Ohi Omega; Judy Lynn
Prince, Sigma Phi Epsilon; Doro Dorothy
thy Dorothy Virginia Reynolds, Alpha Tau
Omega; Diane Rigney, Alpha Del Delta
ta Delta Pi; Barbara Ann Roman, Delta
Gamma; Celeste Sanchez, Phi

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Gamma Delta; Virginia Seiner,
Sigma Chi.
Karen Sherman, Delta Phi Ep Epsilon;
silon; Epsilon; Anne Sisler, Zeta Tau Al Alpha;
pha; Alpha; Robbie Smith, Order of the
Laste Krewe; Lyndall Tarbeck,
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pha Alpha Epsilon Phi.
To Cypress Gardens
The girls will leave Saturday at
7 a.m. for the weekend judging
at Cypress Gardens, as guests of
Dick Pope, creator oi Cypress
Gardens.
University alumni and students
will be admitted free to the judg judging
ing judging by presentation of their iden identification
tification identification cards.
There will be four phases of
judging. A maximum of 100 points
may be received by the entrants.
They are: bathing suit judging, 15
points; public presentation 80
ppints; personality, 35 points; and
formal dress, 20 points.
Immediately after the contest,
the three finalists will be inter interviewed
viewed interviewed over radio station WGTO
in Winter Haven. They will tour
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Large Classes,
Small Staff
Cut Phys. Ed.
Lack of an adequate staff has
brought about a reduction from
eight to four semesters of required
physical education for male stu students,
dents, students, it was reported by Dean
Dennis K. Stanley.
The head of the College of Phys Physical
ical Physical Education and Health re reviewed
viewed reviewed the UFs cutback in re required
quired required physical education for male
students. He said it was caused
by the overall problem of In Increased
creased Increased enrollments and an over overloaded
loaded overloaded staff.
'Reduction Regrettable
Previously, eight semesters
were required for men only five of
which demanded attendance and
active participation. This reduc reduction
tion reduction in athletic programming and
health counseling is regrettable
said Dean Stanley, but the depart department
ment department was not accomplishing the
job it had set for itself.
The biggest area hit is individu individual
al individual counseling, which Dean Stan Stanley
ley Stanley said had been dwindling in
quality as classes grew to the
present massive proportions. An Another
other Another area affected is sports elec electives.
tives. electives.
Student polls have indie ated that
student interest in athletics and
complete approval of the previous
eight semester program was
voiced by 34 per cent of the stu students,
dents, students, with 95 per cent admittii*
that some forms of continuous
physical education are mandatory
for mental and physical health.
Enter Intramurals
Stanley said that after one se semester
mester semester of competitive and fit fitness
ness fitness training and three semesters
of emphasis on some particular
sport, that many students enter entering
ing entering upper division will go into in intramural
tramural intramural sports with the training
received in lower division.
Everything in our power will
be done here at the UF to con contribute
tribute contribute our part toward off-setting
the terrific physical lag that
seems to be the lot of young peo people
ple people in this country, said Dean
Stanley.
We hope the shrinkage of our
education in quantity, but not
quality is only temporary, said
Stanley. Our University does not
intend to compromise the health
and stamina of students.
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Profs, Staff To Give

By CLEVE CLEVELAND
Gator Staff Writer
The United Fund Drive will
start for the faculty and staff
Oct. 8 and run through Oct. 15.
The drive will again be di divided
vided divided into two groups on the
campus. One will be the faculty
and staff; the other will be the
student body. Out of the total
3100,000 which is hoped to be
received from the university,
$23,000 of that total will come
from the faculty and staff, com comprising
prising comprising 4,000 persona.
The United Fund was dis displaced
placed displaced last year by the Dollars
for Scholars Drive, Edgar
Kopp, assistant dean of the Col College
lege College of Engineering and new
chairman of the faculty and
staff division of the drive stat stated.
ed. stated.
Married Students To Give
Len Crews, chairman of the

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Todays column is directed at those young female under undergraduates
graduates undergraduates who have recently pledged sororities and are wor worried,
ried, worried, poor lambs, that they wont make good. Following is a
list of simple instructions which, if faithfully observed, will
positively guarantee that you will be a mad success as a
sorority girl.
First, let us take up the matter of housemothers. The
housemother is your friend, your guide, your mentor. You
must treat her with respect. When you wish to speak to her,
address her as Mother Sigafoos or Maam. In no circum circumstances
stances circumstances must you say, Hey, fat lady.
Second, let us discuss laundry. Never hang your wash on
the front porch of the sorority house. This is unsightly and
shows a want of breeding. Use the Chapter Room.
Third, meals. Always remember that planning and preparing
meals for a houseful of healthy girls is no simple task. Your
cook goes to a great deal of trouble to make your menu varied
and nourishing. The least you can do is show your apprecia appreciation.
tion. appreciation. Dont just devour your food; praise it. Exclaim with
delight, What delicious pork jowls l or What a yummy soup
bone! or What scrumptious fish heads! or What clear
water!
Fourth, clothing. Never forget that your appearance re reflects
flects reflects not just on yourself but on the whole house. It was
well enough before you joined a sorority to lounge around
campus in your old middy blouse and gym bloomers, but now
you must take great pains to dress in a manner which excites
admiring comments from all who observe you. A few years ago,
for example, there was a Chi Omega named Camille Ataturk
at the University of lowa who brought gobs of glory to all her
sorors. Camille hit on the ingenious notion of suiting her garb
to the class she was attending. For instance, to English Lit she
wore a buskin and jerkin. To German she wore lederhosen and
carried a stein of pilsener. To Econ she wore 120 yards of
ticker tape. Her shiningeet hour oazne one day when she
dressed ae a white mouse for Psych Not only her Chi
Omega sisters, but the entire student uOdy went into deep
mourning when she waa killed by the janitors cat
'
Finally, let us take up the moet important topic of all. I
refer, of course, to daring.
As we have seen, the way you dress reflects on your sorority,
but the men you date reflect even more. Be absolutely certain
that your date is an acceptable fellow. Dont beat about the
bush; ask him point-blank, Are you an acceptable fellow?
Unless he replies, Yeah, hey, send him padring.
But dont just take his wend that he is acceptable. Inspect
him doeely. Are his fingernails dean? Is his black leather
jacket freshly oiled? Is his ukelele in tune? Doee he carry
public liability insurance? And, moet significant of all, does
he smoke Mariboros?
If hes Marlboro man, you know he has taste and discern discernment,
ment, discernment, wit and wisdom, character and sapience, decency and
warmth, presence and poise, talent and grit, filter and flavor,
soft pack and flip-rim box. You will be proud of him, your
sorority will be proud of him, the makers of Marlboro will be
proud of him, and I will be paid for this column.
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Mayors Council o# the Flavets,
said, As of now the only Indi Indication
cation Indication of a possible United Fund
Drive for the students would be
in connection with the married
students. There were no plans
for booths or relay stations over
the campus, or that there was
no plans for a general student
participation in the drive. Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, we (the mayors council)
are planning to meet with the
UF Dames to try to plan some something
thing something for the married students
in relation with the United Fund
Drive.
Bob Park, president of the
student body, stated that the
United Fund Drive is in suspen suspension
sion suspension for the student body until
a new secretary of soiicita-
tions has been appointed to take
care of the details and organi organisation
sation organisation of the drive.



Hale Cites 3 Work Areas

(EDITOR'S NOTE: This
is the second part of a
speech given by Dean of ;S^p
Student Affairs Lester L. -.. w
Hole at the President's Re- *.jk jjjj*
treat, Sept. 10. The rest of
the speech will be printed
in succeeding parts of this
series. j HALE
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By LESTER L. BALE
Dean of Student Affairs
Here are ten areas of concern
that should attract our attention
and in each case it is important
that responsible student leadership
recognize and help find workable
solutions.
We must learn how to be intro introspective
spective introspective and objectively self selfcritical
critical selfcritical without becoming disillu disillusioned
sioned disillusioned and paranoid.
IT IS VERY easy for anyone to
become so aware of and so alarm alarmed
ed alarmed by the problems he faces or
that are around about him, that he
loses sight of the ultimate goals to toward
ward toward which he is striving. We
must not let our self-analysis and
objectivity lead to fear of our cir circumstances
cumstances circumstances or loss of faith in our
institution simply because we
have found obstacles to our ulti ultimate
mate ultimate goals.
Demonstrate Our Weakness
When we develop these fears,
or lose this faith, we simply de demonstrate
monstrate demonstrate our own weakness
and our own lack of strength
and wisdom and will to over overcome
come overcome these obstacles and to fo focus
cus focus on the long-range goals for
which we all strive. If we are
going to be wise and courageous
enough to search for our prob problems,
lems, problems, we must not be discour discouraged
aged discouraged and disgruntled when we
find them.
On the contrary, we should be
encouraged now that we know
where to begin our work.
Sought Advice From Neighbor
I once had a neighbor who was
a biologist, to whom I went for
advice whenever I found a flight
of termites in my house. I was
always emotional and upset and
worried and he would always
laugh at me and say, Les, you
are fortunate, you know where
your termites are; I dont.
AND SURE ENOUGH,
through the years I have been
able to control any termite
threat and it was only a year or
two after he told me this that his
living room floor fell in where
the termites had eaten out the
floor joints.
Dont lose faith in the University
or in any organization or in any
group of people, simply because
you discover problems. Every Uni University,
versity, University, every school has its
skeletons in the memorial tower.
Just because those institutions
dont broadcast the fact and wash
their dirty linen in public doesnt
mean that there is no internal
trouble.
Work Together
It is better that we work toget together
her together intramurally to solve these
problems and to create better un understanding
derstanding understanding among ourselves and
then present a cohesive public
statement of our needs and our
assets and liabilities. Some might
say, Lets talk things over and
try to understand each other so
that we can work better toget together.
her. together.
However, it is my feeling that
when we work together honest honestly
ly honestly and conscientiously and co cooperatively,
operatively, cooperatively, we develop a better
understanding one of another
and mutual faith and collective

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wisdom emerges from working
and self analysis must not lead
to weak loyalties nor to an un underestimation
derestimation underestimation of our strength
and our ability to solve our dif difficulties.
ficulties. difficulties.
Secondly, we must continue
diligence in avoiding unfortunate
mass displays of disorderly con conduct.
duct. conduct.
No Serious Disorders
I am indeed grateful that we
were able to finish the school year
late Spring without any serious
disorder. It is a compliment to
student leadership and to the in inherent
herent inherent desire of our student body
to do what is right and to accept
individual and group responsibili responsibility.
ty. responsibility. *
However, we need to be ever
watchful that no issue nor any
student excitement ever reaches
a stage where it must be de decia
cia decia red illegal and result in a
shameful and disgraceful dem demonstration,
onstration, demonstration, creating nothing but
tragedy j and damage to our
school, our state and to our own
personal dignity. So much has
been said on this issue, it need
not be developed any further at
this time; however, it is so im important
portant important that it needed to be
referred to and listed.
Thirdly, every University agen agency
cy agency and activity must focus on aca academic
demic academic environment and scholastic
goal.
While the various avenues of
student life are enriching college
experiences, none of them can be
instruction or the other student studentcy
cy studentcy and activity must focus on aca academic
demic academic environment and scholastic
goal.
Free from Interference
While the various avenues of
student life are enriching college
experiences, none of them can be
allowed to interfere with formal
instruction or the other student studentfaculty
faculty studentfaculty relationships. Instead, they
must provide motivation for and
application of the classroom and
free inquiry.
It must never be forgotten
that individuals can learn to live
together dr to work together and
certainly to play together in al almost
most almost any kind of enterprise or
environment. The unique thing
about the University is that we
have a cirriculum, a faculty, a
fibrary and a formalized higher
educational program.
Our entire effort should be to
facilitate this instructional pro program
gram program and to supplement it and to
give it real application. We in stu student
dent student personnel work are concern concerned
ed concerned with the total life of students
only as this total experience is de designed
signed designed to help facilitate academic
life. We are not learning to live
together but living to learn to together.
gether. together.
Self-evident Answers
If every aspect of University
student life is analyzed in this per perspective,
spective, perspective, the answer to many di dilemmas
lemmas dilemmas will become self-evident.
In this connection it is my at attention
tention attention to expedite the Universi University
ty University regulations as amended in
1958 to provide that no extra
curricular activities can be en-

gaged in by a student who is
on academis or conduct proba probation.
tion. probation.
The registrar of the university
is to provide such a list of students
on probation so that the dean of
student affairs can make this in information
formation information known to the various
organizations and activities on the
campus in order that the full in intent
tent intent of this regulation can be
carried out.
Must Have a 2.0 Average
This means that no student who
does not have a 2.0 average in the
Upper Division will be eligible to
hold any kind of office, whether it
be in student government of fra fraternity,
ternity, fraternity, sorority offices; or par participate
ticipate participate in the many extra-curri extra-curricular
cular extra-curricular functions that our Univer University
sity University sponsors.
Those students who are in any
University Oollege who do not
earn a 1.5 average will be on
probation and hence in the same
category. While this may ap appear
pear appear in some instance to work
a hardship, there is certainly no
way of justifiably permitting a
student to create academic sui suicide
cide suicide by involving himself in ac activities
tivities activities or organizations to an ex extent
tent extent that he cannot make satis satisfactory
factory satisfactory progress towards the
degree he came here to earn.
Evaluation will continue this
year too, in the field of student
employment and the awarding of
scholarships and other forms of
student aid, to be sure that em employment
ployment employment itself does not lead to
academic failure or scholarships
and loans become a reward for
mediocrity. For those who have
the ability to do excellent univer university
sity university work, reward should not be
granted for average work.
Conversely, for those with dire
financial need who are not only
working up to their intellectual po potential
tential potential academically but are self selfsupporting
supporting selfsupporting and contributing to the
campus leadership, there should
be grants-in-aid available to make
their continued stay at the Univer University
sity University possible.
I repeat, that every University
agency and student leadership re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility must focus on the aca academic
demic academic environment and the scho scholastic
lastic scholastic goals of this institution.
(NEXT: Dean Hale will
delve into other problems
of student leadership.)

Cabinet Resolution Text

Here is the text of the re resolution
solution resolution of the Hudent govern government
ment government cabinet presented by stu students
dents students body president Bab Park
to University President J.
Wayne Reitz.
Whereas, Presidents Memo
No. 27 and certain Florida
Statutes have recently been in interpreted
terpreted interpreted to pi'ohibit, and ex exclude
clude exclude from the University o$
Florida campus, excepting in
the Florida Union, student par participation
ticipation participation in National campaigns,
and
Whereas, interpretations have
prevented student political ral rallies
lies rallies and distribution of campaign
materials, and
Whereas, such interpretation
has effectively prevented cam campaign
paign campaign appearances on this cam campus

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Rally Axed
By Board
In Ruling
(Continued From P&f e ONE)
The committee has so inter interpreted
preted interpreted the policy to apjply in the
matter of the requested rally.
Commenting on the entire rul ruling
ing ruling before the Boards decision,
chairman Johnson expressed his
feelings: We fed this is a very
bad policy. Students all over the
country should be encortraged to
participate in these great presi presidential
dential presidential elections when they oc occur
cur occur every four years.
Dave Levy, state coordinator for
the Students for Kennedy John Johnson
son Johnson released the following state statement
ment statement Wednesday night;
Expression Needed
We realize the University has
sound reasons for not wanting un unlimited
limited unlimited political activity on the
campus. But we sincerely feel that
students should be permitted to
have some means of expression
during these elections.
This ruling will probably af affect
fect affect all the state colleges in
Florida, and if so, it would not
be fully in keeping with the en encouragement
couragement encouragement of free expression
which we feel should be foster fostered.
ed. fostered.
Wells, the leader of the Nixon-
Lodge Campus Campaign, expres expressed
sed expressed his appreciation for the mea measures
sures measures taken by student government
in trying to provide such an en environment
vironment environment for the student body.
We are very glad the Univer University
sity University is aiding both presidential
campaigns-by looking into the mat matter
ter matter of political activity on cam campus,
pus, campus, said Wells. We feel that it
will be an aid to students for both
our organization and the Kennedy
organization to be allowed to cam campaign
paign campaign actively.
After all, he said, *Our pur purpose
pose purpose is educational more than ac actually
tually actually vote-getting.

pus campus of candidates for the office
of the Presidency and the Vice-
Presidency of these United
States, and 08 students cam campaigning
paigning campaigning on their behalf.
Therefore, we, the below sign signed
ed signed officials of the Student Body
Cabinet of the University of
Florida hereby resolve that the
following recommendations be
adopted:
(1) Student campaign activi activities
ties activities for major National parties
be permitted on this campus.
(2) That these campaign ac activities
tivities activities may encompass the
following: Outdoor rallies of!
students.
Orderly distribution of cam campaign
paign campaign literature and materials,
and Solicitation of registration,
votes and the support of students
not yet of voting age.

The Florida Alligator, Friday, Sapt. 30, 1960

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FLORIDA UNION CLOWNS .
. . Advertise Todays Carnival

Carnival Conies to Union

A college carnival sponsored
by the Florida Union will make
the scene at the UF today, be beginning
ginning beginning at 7:30 p.m.
Students will be able to enjoy
free entertainment, free refresh refreshments
ments refreshments and free dancingcourtesy
of the Florida Unionfor all com comers.
ers. comers.
Entertainment includes Mr.
Lee, (Dave Hanan) and his Fla Flamenco
menco Flamenco guitar. Mr. Lee is well
known amongst the freshman
class, especially after his campus
debut at the UF Freshman talent
show during orientation week.
At that time, Mr. Lee proved
himself a success by wooing the
student-filled Florida Gym with
ballads. With certain numbers, he
solicited audience participation.
Also included in the evenings
program will be a jam session by
a local band, the Master Sounds,
announced Tom Ison, chairman of
publicity.
Bill Nelson, recently elected
freshman council president, will
attend the campus carnival.
Dance In Street
In true carnival tradition, a
street hop will be part of the
nights activities. Campus clowns,
university yucks and school fools
will hop and bop in the street
adjoining the Florida Union.
Weekend Plans
The Recreation Committee of
the Florida Union Board is spon sponsoring
soring sponsoring a trip to New Orleans and
Baton Rouge for the Louisiana
State University football game on
October 21 to 23.
Cost of the trip will be S4O. This
includes transportation, lodging,
tickets to the game, and a box
lunch en route to New Orleans.
Reservations must be made be bebore
bore bebore Friday, October 7, at 5 p.m.
Persons desiring to go should
sign up in roortt 315 of the Flor Florida
ida Florida Union. Further information
can be obtained at the Florida
Union.

Music will be provided for the
street hop by the Collegiates,
a real swinging outfit that will toot
tunes destined to drive participants
crazy.
\ So everybody cool it over to the
Florida Union; carnival it up and
bob and hop in the street.
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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 5
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What Good's Theory?

Civium in moribus rei publicae
salus in the character of the citizen
. y
lies the health of the state, reads the
University of Florida motto.
The health showed sudden symp symptoms
toms symptoms of potential deterioration early
this week when one of the campus
organizations backing a national pres presidential
idential presidential candidate was stymied in its
efforts to conduct a student rally in
the Plaza of the Americas tonight.
The barrier was unexpected. Upon
contact with the Dean of Men's office,
the group's chairman was told to sub submit
mit submit his request for permission to hold
the rally to the Committee on Public
Functions and Lectures.
#
DONE. These five gentlemen
promptly and unanimously turned
down the request, invoking as their
reference the Pveitz Memo No. 27
which states that no political speech speechmaking,
making, speechmaking, other than in student office
elections, may be done outside the
Florida Union.
There is a hitch at this point. The
memo states: The use of University
facilities by active announced political
candidates for public office is limited
to the Florida Union and then only
when sponsored by a recognized stu student
dent student organization.
No active Announced political can candidate
didate candidate for public office was sched scheduled
uled scheduled to appear; only students. In
making such a broad interpretation,
the committee acted in an overtly
hasty manner.
TROUBLE REALLY \-AME when
the student government cabinet draft drafted
ed drafted a resolution protesting the commit committee's
tee's committee's action and presented it Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday to President Reitz.
It was discovered that nothing was
contained in the memo which prohib prohibited
ited prohibited the distribution of poop or the
solicitation of support for a group's
candidate, two moves which, it was

F.YJ.
Administrators Always 'Play It Safe'

By JOE THOMAS
Out of all the hullaballoo con concerning
cerning concerning the to have or have
not of student rallies for nat*
r ional political candidates and
the distribution of poop for
same, a few sticky points arose
that deserve discussion.
Some read readers.
ers. readers. I'm sure,
will charge
that I'm split splitting
ting splitting hairs with Kw
the charges fjPf s r
Im about to
make. The
truth is, how- 4
ever, that this !l||S
particular con controversy
troversy controversy was
not nearly as Important in its
ramifications as the tendency
revealed on the part of some
University administrators to
play it safe when faced with
a delicate questionat the ex expense
pense expense of the STUDENTS.
The sad part of this thing is
thgj it isnt the first and prob probably
ably probably wont be the last time
wfll witness this type of incon inconsiderate,
siderate, inconsiderate, hasty, lets take the
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FAfcftKATIOdIAL PLOSMIS CAUSJfS)
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THE CRAHKERSfOOU,.^^^^

Editorials Friday, September 30, 1960

easy way out treatment of a
student problem.
* *
THE BEST PROOF that Dean
Hale and the administration
members of the University Com Committee
mittee Committee on Lectures and Public
Functions (the student and fac faculty
ulty faculty members were not present
to discuss this problem) did act
hastily, and without full, fair and
careful consideration of all the
facts, lies in the ease and rapid rapidity
ity rapidity with which their decision was
overruled by President Reitz.
It is a tribute to both student
government and Dr. Reitz that
a sensible decision was reached
on this matter before the stu students
dents students involved had to pay the
consequences of the original rul ruling
ing ruling which was based on a mis misinterpretation
interpretation misinterpretation of the University
regulations.
* *
THE PROS AND CONS and
details of these regulations and
the issue at stake are discussed
at length in other columns of
this edition so I wont go into
that here.
Besides, that doesnt bother
me half as much (even though I

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thought, got the axe in the commit committee's
tee's committee's overall rejection.
But, further probing into the busi business
ness business uncovered a Board of Control rul ruling
ing ruling which objects to any politicking
on the local, state or national level at
any of the state universities, except
in prescribed places, ours being the
Florida Union.
Stymied again was the political
group, this time by the board in Talla Tallahassee.
hassee. Tallahassee.
As we see it, this represents a clear clearcut
cut clearcut suppression of free student expres expression
sion expression on this and the other two state
university campuses.
* *
IT'S HARD TO SEE how the
character of the citizen is to de develop
velop develop if he is denied the right to as assemble
semble assemble here in ft suitable place to
listen to fellow students express their
reasons for supporting a presidential
candidate.
It makes a mockery of the wide widespread
spread widespread college philosophy that good
citizenship is based on a cultivation
of interest and participation in gov governmental
ernmental governmental affairs and elections.
While political scientists, student
government leaders, school adminis administrators
trators administrators and others here decry the
apathy of Florida students toward
politics in general, the Board ruling
stands a stream of ice water in an
already tough enough current.
* *
PRESIDENT REITZ has shown
sympathy toward the problem and has
submitted a request to the board that
the ruling be altered to allow student
rallies to be held on the campus in
other places besides the cramped
Union building. As this was written,
the question was still pending.
We hope the Board will see the wis wisdom
dom wisdom of this request. Passage will
merely grant students a privilege
which they should have had to begin
with. But rejection will create some
serious doubt as to the value of the
theories which we hear night and day.

ieel these regulations limiting
student activity in politics'.make
a farce of the Universitys claim
that we are training the lead leaders
ers leaders of tomorrow) as the ob obvious
vious obvious fact that Dean Hale and
the above mentioned committee
members seemed to lean over
backwards to interpret the reg regulations
ulations regulations so as to make them ap appear
pear appear in conflict with the stu students
dents students requests.
This is particularly disheart disheartening
ening disheartening since we are sure after
many dealings and discussions
with these men that they are
sincerely interested in helping
and working with students.
* *
FROM THIS CORNER it just
seems that whenever it comes
down to having to make a deli delicate
cate delicate decision between a student
request and the POSSIBILITY
of unfavorable consequences
some administrators hesitate to
give the students the benefit of
the doubt.
And then we wonder why
studies show a general feeling
of distrust and suspicion of ad administrators
ministrators administrators by college students
across the nation.

'Just A Minute, Boys. /
Letters to the Editor

Says South
Won't Stick
EDITOR:
While I am not presently af affiliated,
filiated, affiliated, nor have I ever been,
Sr"
with any campus presidential
preferential group, I cannot re remain
main remain silent.
I am tired of reading articles
condemning honest and loyal
members of either party be because
cause because occasionally they may
look beyond the candidates par party
ty party to examine the man himself,
his record, and that for which
he stands.
It is too much for anyone in
a democracy to expect or even
to desire such blind puppy-dog
loyalty.
* *
FOR ONE HUNDRED years
tire South has been garnished
with the title of Solid. This
has unfortunately been the liter literal
al literal truth. Certainly the Democrat Democratic
ic Democratic Party has considered the
South and given it a few bles blessings,
sings, blessings, hut it is not enough.
The situation has become so
acute that the Democratic Par Party
ty Party now openly denounces and
demolishes the South at every
lucrative opportunity. The now
infamous Democratic Platform
stands high as the shining climax
to the great Take-the-South-for-
G ranted-Attitude.
*
AS EVIDENCE to the realiza realization
tion realization the Party had kicked the
platform out from under the
Southern voter, Sen. Kennedy,
who is far- above his party in
voter psychology, made a last
ditch effort to keep the South Southern
ern Southern vote.
However in his choice of Sen.
Johnson as an appeasement ef effort
fort effort he displayed a marked lack
of understanding: the South will
not support anyone who will not
support the South.
Certainly a few will tag along
with the Democrats, but I am
glad to see some thoughtful in individuals
dividuals individuals who mark the South Southern
ern Southern new look.
When the day comes that the
South will vote solidly and in intelligently
telligently intelligently for the best man to
lead our country, then, and only
then, will theSouth gain res respect

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~AT CWCE FUSIU6 THE
FUttrioW Wfffl THE SfIDUAL FUNtt
And WwfSWriEA Alff JttHHEM,

pect respect and cease being kicked
about because its a sure thing.
* *
WHEN ALL THOUGHTS of
Party are discarded I am sure
that most voters will recognize
Mr. Nixons sterling qualities of
experience and maturity that
can only come with years of
being near the top-level deci decisions.
sions. decisions.
Senator Kennedy is a very
eager and intelligent young
man. He has some good ideas
Im sure.
But are we to discard a man
of priceless capability in favor
of one who is known primarily
for being a man of wealth who
always wins, an exponent of
appeasement, and a man who
belittles this great nation of
ours in the presence of our ene enemies
mies enemies in hopes of gaining a polit political
ical political advantage.
Young Democrats for Nixon Nixonmore
more Nixonmore power to you!
GERALD L. GIBSON
Wha'hoppen
To Coffee?
V
EDITOR:
At the risk of being tagged
just another student with a
gripe, I would like to register
with you what I Seel is a very
legitimate complaint.
Like most students I usually
take a couple of coffee breaks
a day in the Hub or the Campus
Club to relax and shoot the bull
awhile. For this purpose it
isnt necessary to have the best
cup of coffee in the world
no one expects that for eight
cents.
But we certainly have the
right to expect a better cup of
coffee than Food Service has
been brewing lately.
Since Ive been at the UF the
quality oS Food Service coffee
has varied from time to time.
Last Spring I must say I tasted
some of the best ever. But that
stuffJ theyre selling now is
hardly fit to dunk in.
And thats why Im writing
this. I dont know what made
the difference but I sure
wish someone would find out so
I could drink a decent cup of
coffee again.
MICHAEL NELSON

IE

QUOTES FROM QUINCY
That Tower
By GARY PEACOCK
The Century Tower hasnt al always
ways always been there.
But there are a lot of legends
about where it was before it got
stands majes majeslooking
looking majeslooking the tF
campus that
spawned it.
was used as a
fomia and that PEACOCK
migrating squirrels dismantled
it and brought it here piece by
piece and rebuilt it where it
now stands.
* <
OTHERS SAY it was used as
a model for a rocket launching
pad and was discarded when it
gonged instead of whooshed.
Another source says it was
first used as a center pole for a
pyramid that C-2 students found
on a field trip and brought back
so they could look at it all the
time.
Theyre all wrong.
The Century Tower wasnt
built. Nor was it moved to its
present location by fairies.
It grew there like a giant
beanstalk.
* *
MANY YEARS AGO the
SAEs were having a hard time
making ends meet and the
house mother t old one of the
brothers, Tack Century, to go
sell the lion so the others could
eat.
So Jack ventured out across
his campus paradise, lantern in
hand, searching for an honest
man. Finally he ran into an
ATO who shot him a hot line,
took the lion, and gave Jack a

THE TOP DRAWER
Nixon 'Choked' in Monday's Debate

By FRED FKOHOCK
It all came thru loud and
clear. You could tell who the
candidates were without a pro program.
gram. program. Nixon and Kennedy were
' im*.
laughing at this, they went to
bed only a little high and with
little worry.
The false dawn came early.
The parking meter ran out of
time with the policeman check checking
ing checking cars. It was too late to say
I do not to the preachers
question. The man Nixon looked
like a convict caught in a cloth clothing
ing clothing store stealing a change of
suits.
Last July he purred, purred
an insistence to debate. Monday
night he thin-lipped his way ner nervously
vously nervously beside an opponent who
wouldnt shake. He rustled the
Kennedy curtain only to find it
was made of iron.
* #
IN SPORTS they call it the
choke-up. It was the cold metal

UF HISTORY
Civil War Put Bind on Old Fla. U.

By DR. SAMUEL PROCTOR
University Historian
Florida in 1861 was an ex exciting
citing exciting place. The Ordinance of
Secession had been adopted in
January by a large majority,
and a few weeks later, Florida,
along with her sister Southern
states, joined the Confederacy.
The arsenal at Chattahoochee
and the Federal forts at Pensa Pensacola,
cola, Pensacola, St. Augustine and Fer Fernandina
nandina Fernandina had been seized, and
everyone waited to see what Lin Lincoln,
coln, Lincoln, the Black Republican,
would do after he became Pres President.
ident. President. Everyone expected war,
which many, both in the North
and South, believed was long
overdue.
* *
HARDLY ANYONE in Florida
had time to consider the effect
that war would have on the
states educational institutions.
The East Florida Seminary,
one of the parents of the Uni University
versity University of Florida, was located
in Ocala when the Civil War
began. A volunteer military com company
pany company had been organized in the
community early in April, 1861,
and a half dozen male students
had resigned from the Seminary
to add their names to the mus muster
ter muster roll.

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couple of bricks a male and
a female.
Poor Jack knew he had been
taken, but didnt know what his
next move would be. Finally he
went over by the alligator pit,
and dug a hole, and threw the
bricks in and covered them up.
* *
BUT ALAS! He was caught in
the act by a group bf campus
politicians who emerged from a
smoke-filled motor scooter and
accosted him vehemently. They
wanted to know what he was do doing
ing doing there, what he had planted,
and why he hadnt asked them
first.
Not being able to answer the
questions, Jack was thrown to
the pigs and never learned what
the bricks did.
Later they the politicos
snuck into the Administration
Building and ran his record
through the IBM machines for
the last time. They went down
to the Seagle Building and had
all his old tests regraded with
the wrong key so he appeared
dumb. And they had his Cl
check-cashing courtesy card re revoked.
voked. revoked.

ACTUALLY, NOT ONE of the
politicians knew what Jack had
planted, but thats UF politics.
No one who had known Jack
missed him. He was soon for forgotten
gotten forgotten and never referred to
again. Sort of a dirty death, but
who ever heard of a clean one?
Then one day many years lat later,
er, later, a tremendous noise oc occurred.
curred. occurred. It sounded like the front
door closing at Broward at 1:30
a.m. on Saturdays. And every everyone
one everyone took it for what it was
worth.
People went to class the next
day and kept hearing a faint
echo of Suwanee River each

clamp in the guts that John
Thomas felt when both Rus Russians
sians Russians went over seven feet.
Conn felt it in the second Louis
fight. But no Cleveland batter
facing Allie Reynolds in his
prime every felt the squeeze in
the soft part of the neck like
Nixon did on the television de debate.
bate. debate.
There is something about the
man. It is apart from his poli policies
cies policies and his party. He could
guarantee 300 per cent parity
and the farmer would still want
him in front down in the battle
trenches where they could watch
him. He comes over lean and
hungry when youre trying to
guard your dinner.
Before he was nominated at
the GOP Convention, a reporter
for NBC summed it up as well
as anyone when he tried to com compare
pare compare the impacts of Nixon and
N. Rockefeller: ah intengible, he
said. Personality or something,
but Nelson has it and Richard
does not.
*
IT WAS NOT always thus. In
1952 Richard wept before the TV
cameras and the nation clasped
him joyfully to its grandmoth grandmother's
er's grandmother's bosom. Life magazine has
in impressive shot of him jaw jawing
ing jawing majestically with angry
crowds in Venezuela. He looked
like a fiery messiah spreading
truth.

Miss Jeffie Crutchfield, who
was both a graduating senior
and a member of the faculty,
presented a silk flag to the com company
pany company just before it left for Fort
Lee, the recruitment center in
Gainesville.
*
A MARTIAL SPIRIT pervad pervaded
ed pervaded the Seminarys graduating
exercises that summer, and the
eight declamation*, the six
compositions, the Dialogue,
the three original speeches,
and the fourteen musical selec selections
tions selections that wese played were all,
according to one newspaper ac account,
count, account, military and patriotic
in nature.
The high point of the program
was the singing of a song to the
tune of Dixie, which had been
specially written for the occas occasion
ion occasion by the principal of the Sem Seminary.
inary. Seminary.
While still singing the last
chorus, the senior boys, led by
the principal, marched out of
the auditorium, and up the
street to the recruitment office.
There, in a colorful ceremony,
the entire group enlisted in the
Confederate army.

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time a bell rang. No one knew
from whence the sound source
emanated.
*
FINALLY SOME ONE looked
up there and saw the mass of
concrete and brick and said,
Look up there!
But no one would look up
there. They all thought he was
trying to pull a look-up-there
joke on them.
Then a group oS typical coeds
walking across campus saw it
through the fog around them.
They screeched and screamed
and did all the other little things
girls do when they want you to
notice them.

CHORDS GATHERED! Peo People
ple People panicked! Police arrived!
ROTC troops were called in!
Confusion reigned!
What is it?
Will it hurt us?
Major Adams, what will we
do?
Tennis anyone!
Women and children first.
Where is Orientation Group
No. 96?
Will we use . use . the
bomb?
Theyre trying to rape the
whole idea of student self-gov self-government."
ernment." self-government."
Where are the partiers from
the Peachtree Palace?
I dont want to set the world
on fire."
Frankly, my dear, I dont
give a damn!
HC 6O BEST IN DIXIE."
Rah!
Everyone was confused until a
football player came along. Ev Everyone
eryone Everyone stopped him and asked.
What is it?
Oh that, he said. Thats
the Century Tower."
Then everyone knew.

Lose weight, they said hast
year.- Use makeup to cover the
beard. Cut your hair closer. The
new Nixon emerged, dapper and
smooth but gliding even when
not in the water.
The Madison Avenue pros
called the wrong shot. Nixon
was unintentionally sold down
the river by the people who
chart the current. Now hes
tightened up and on the last tee
with only a putter to make the
plays.
*
NIXON CAN STILL debate.
He makes cogent points in one.
two, three order within an al allotted
lotted allotted time period. But the slow
women in big chairs catch only
something called an image. The
image Monday night was a cor cornered
nered cornered junky trying to buy off the
cop.
He has the
good bacKground without the
choir-boy eyes. He fondles your
wallet even when you see both
his hands in front of you. He
slips the bottom card even tho
you know youre only playing
dominoes.
He may win the final round.
People vote like horses run in
the daily double. But they cant
stand cheering in the seventh
inning stretch under the ele elephant
phant elephant banner. It was coast-to coast-tocoast
coast coast-tocoast and Nixon clobbered him himself.
self. himself.

ficult to operate during the War.
and for a time in 1863 and 1861
it was unable to open.
The legislature used school
funds to purchase munitions and
uniforms, and there was a
dearth of students. Many boys
had enlisted in the Home Guard:
others were working on farms
or in the salt works along the
Gulf Coast.
Tuition wasnt large enough to
pay the $50.00 a month that the
principal received as salary, or
the $20.00 a month that went to
the only other teacher.
* *
WITH THE CLOSE of the Civil
War, things began to look up
for the Seminary. A notice in the
Ocala paper on April 20, 1865.
announced that the institution
had reopened and that it was
in full operation with good pa patronage.
tronage. patronage.
Its days in Ocala were num numbered,
bered, numbered, however, and in Jan January,
uary, January, 1866, the state legislature
voted to move the Seminary to
Gainesville.
There it remained until 1905
when the Buckman Act merged
it, together with three other
small institutions, into the pre present
sent present University of Florida.



Kennedy's State Campaign Manager Announces

UF Honorary Committee Headed by SC Prexy

State Kennedy-Johnson cam campaign
paign campaign manager Sen. Fred O. Dick Dickinson
inson Dickinson yesterday named an hon honorary
orary honorary committee of UF student
leaders for John F. Kennedy and
Lyndon B. Johnson.
Dickinson, who is heading the
presidential drive throughout
Florida, said almost every major
student leader at the University
of Florida has endorsed the Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic national ticket.
They include chairman of the

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honorary committee Bob Park,
president of the student body;
Norman Lipoff, president of Flor Florida
ida Florida Blue Key; Tom Henderson,
former president of Florida Blue
Key; Allen Poole, vice president
of the student body; Jon Moyle,
chairman of Homecoming; Bud Buddy
dy Buddy Mac Kay, president of the Law
Schools John Marshall Bar As Association.
sociation. Association.
Also supporting Kennedy and
Johnson are Stephanie Brodie,

president of the Womens Student
Association; Frank Logan, vice vicepresident
president vicepresident of Blue Key; Joe Tho Thomas,
mas, Thomas, former editor of the Alli Alligator;
gator; Alligator; Stu Parsons, president of
the Interfratemity Council; Joe
Chapman, administrative assistant
to the student body president;
Thom Rumberger, Homecoming
promotion and publicity chair chairman;
man; chairman; Roger LaVoie, editor of the
Seminole; Ron Jones., business
manager of the Alligator; and Don
Addis, editor of the Orange Peel.
Dickinson said other members
of the honorary committee would
be announced later.
Campus chairman Jon Johnson

Registration Nears Close

October Bth is the deadline for
registration for the November
Bth national elections.
Registration may be done at
the Alachua County Court House
(old building) at the Supervisor
of Registrations office. The
books will be open weekdays
9 a.m. through 5 p.m. and Sat Saturday
urday Saturday from 9 a.m. to 12 noon.
Special evening registration will
take place Tuesday and Friday
nights between the hours 7 and
9 p.m.
Ron Dykes of the Young Dem Democrats

Foreign Service Man To Speak
Twice at Florida Union Friday

DeWitt Stora, deputy public ad advisor
visor advisor for the Bureau of Near East Eastern
ern Eastern and South Asian affairs of the
U.S. Foreign Service, will speak
at the Florida Union, October 7.
The main topic of the speech will
be on the opportunities in the For Foreign
eign Foreign Service for anyone who is
planning, or Is undecided, on en entering
tering entering it. The speech will be given
twice so anyone who wishes to at attend
tend attend and is unable to attend the
first speech will be able to catch
the second one. The times of the
two speeches are 11:40 a.m. and
2:40 p.m.
The foreign service examinations
will be given on December 10, al although
though although the deadline for applying is
October 24. Applications may be
picked up from Dr. Spanier,
Department of Political Science,

also announced a series of cam campus
pus campus chairman who will move our
drive here into full gear right
now. We expect to win this elec election.
tion. election.
They include Danny OConnell,
speakers bureau; Mac Alvin, co coordinator;
ordinator; coordinator; Park, honorary; Ron
LaFace, fraternities; Lynn Gin Ginson,
son, Ginson, sororities; Shell Clyatt, in independent
dependent independent men; Mary Ann Ken Kennedy,
nedy, Kennedy, independent coed 3; and
Gary Peacock, publicity.
Joe Thomas, newly elected pre president
sident president of the Young Democrats,
said his group would conduct
an intensive campus registration
drive before the books close a
week from Saturday.

ocrats Democrats said students who have
been at the UF for two or more
semesters and are eligible to
vote may register at the court
house.
According to state law those
people registering for the first
time must sign the necessary
papers in person.
An absentee ballot can be ob obtained
tained obtained by writing to the supervi supervisor
sor supervisor of registration in your home
town. This absentee ballot must
be returned more than five days
before election day.

or Dr. Mayberry, student person personnel.
nel. personnel.
All persons who are interested
in this talk and want to go into
this field are urged to attend one
of these two sessions.
Few Weeks
Left To Get
Scholarships
Only a few weeks remain to ap apply
ply apply for Fulbright scholarships for
graduate study or research in 30
countries.
Applications are being accepted
in Room 124 Administration build building
ing building until October 26 for the 1961-62
academic year. Inter American
Cultural awards for study in 17
Latin American countries have the
same filing deadline.
Recipients of Fulbright awards
for study in Europe, Latin Ameri America,
ca, America, and the Asia-Pacific area will
receive tuition, maintenance and
roundtrip travel. IAOC scholar scholarships
ships scholarships cover transportation, tuition,
and partial maintenance costs.
Shots Given
At Infirmary
The University Infirmary is still
giving polio and tetanus shots or
boosters for one dollar, reported
Dr. S. S. Wright, infirmary head.
The infirmary hopes to have oral
polio vaccine ready for the sum summer,
mer, summer, but urges all students not to
wait until then, especially for the
tetanus shots.
Dr. Wright pointed out that Flor Florida
ida Florida has the highest rate of tetanus
for any state. The best way to
prevent this is to take the tetanus
shots as soon as possible, and take
boosters when necessary, he add added.
ed. added.
The infirmary now has 15 stu*
dents in beds but has accommoda accommodations
tions accommodations for 65 in the event of epi epidemics.
demics. epidemics.
Positions Open
For Gator Gras
Interview appointments for Ga Gator
tor Gator Gras sub-committee chairman chairmanships
ships chairmanships are being made in Room 315
of the Florida Union, today, from
8 to 12 a.m. and 1 to 5 p.m.
The activities will be similar to
a spring Homecoming, accord according
ing according to Chairman Nelson DeCamp.
Included in the events will be
Mom and Dads day, an Orange
and Blue Intra-squad game, Agri Agriculture
culture Agriculture Fair, Military Ball, and a
carnival and talent show.
Interviews will be held October
5 and 6 from 1 to 5 p.m. Those
interested in committee member memberships
ships memberships may sign up also.

Foreigners
%
Represent
60 Nations
An estimated 380 foreign stu students,
dents, students, representing 60 nations, are
attending the UF this fall, accord according
ing according to Ivan J. Putnam, foreign stu student
dent student advisor.
India, China (Formosa) and Cu Cuba
ba Cuba appear to have the heaviest re representation,
presentation, representation, incomplete figures
show.
It seems that the slight drop in
foreign student enrollment from
last year is due in part to the de decreased
creased decreased number of Cuban stu students
dents students at the university. This is as ascribed
cribed ascribed to the difficulty of with withdrawing
drawing withdrawing funds from Cuba.
Based on statistics from last
semester, the largest number of
foreign students are in agricul agricultural,
tural, agricultural, with engineering, arts and
sciences, education and business
administration following in that
order.
Mr. Putman said that the lan language
guage language barrier is the greatest pro problem
blem problem of foreign students. Os 110
new students, nearly three quar quarters
ters quarters have language difficulties.
Selected Group
In evaluating the role of for foreign
eign foreign students at the University of
Florida, Mr. Putman said, For Foreign
eign Foreign students in general are a
pretty highly selected group, and
are likely to hold positions of pro prominence
minence prominence in their countries.
We have an opportunity to
meet and learn from them. They
have a lot to give us if we are
receptive.
There is also a new record
high enrollment at the universi university
ty university this year. This semester's en enrollment
rollment enrollment of 13,100 is way over
last years record of 13,710 by
the corresponding semester.
Figures released September 27
by the Registrars office show that
the ratio of men to women has
dwindled to an all-time low of 2.7
to 1. The ratio was 2.85 for last
springs semester.
New Frosh High
The freshman class has also hit
a new record of 3,799 students
with the ratio of men to women
being two to one. A total of 1,277
women are enrolled in the fresh freshman
man freshman class.
Overall enrollment in the Uni University
versity University College is 7,300.
Education has a reversed ra-,
tio, by UF standards, with 650
women out of its total of 1,049
enrollment. Nursing has one
lonely male to Its 68 women,
but It Is a different story in en engineering
gineering engineering with three women in
its classes totaling 1,074 students.
Journalism is the only school
which has kept Its same ratio as
last year 22 women to 112
males. Forestry has kept its lonely
distinction as being the only male
college with 46 enrolled.
The other colleges show: Gradu Graduate
ate Graduate School, 1,294; Agriculture, 363;
Architecture and Fine Arts, 313;
Arts and Sciences, 1,439; Business
Administration, 498; Health Relat Related
ed Related Services, 60; Pharmacy, 127;
and Physical Education and
Health, 96.

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Dr. John H. Davis, professor of
Botany, gave his first public lec lecture
ture lecture Sept. 27 after spending twp
years in Mandalay.
Entitled Some Observations on
Southeast Asia,*' the lecture was
illustrated with slides from Bur*
ma, Japan, Iran, Ceylon and other
southeast Asian countries.
Sponsored in Asia by the Ford
Foundation and the UF, Dr. Davis
taught and did research work on
the ecology of Burma.
Dr. Davis came to Florida in
1941, associated with a geological
survey in the Everglades. He pub published
lished published a book on the survey.
Since Dr. Davis came to Uie
UF in 1946 he has spent a year
ui New Zealand and the last two
years in Asia. f
Speaking on the problems ol
India, Dr. Davis said its largest
problems stem from the fact that
there is not enough land for the
people and there is inadequate
transportation of produce.

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Page 6

SOCIALLY SPEAKING

UF Campus Seems To Change
But Really, She Never Does

By JACKIE OQUIN
Gator Society Editor
There is one thing about our
Florida campus about which most
Os us universally agree: despite
now buildings, new courses and
new faces, it still has a quality of
never seeming to change.
Perhaps nothing brings this to
mind so well as football season,
with it 3 perennial, yet always ex exciting,
citing, exciting, deluge of fraternity par parties.
ties. parties.
Terrics Pirates
Delts and their dates will swing
out at a casual dance party to tonight,
night, tonight, as the sounds of Ter Terrie
rie Terrie and the Pirates are heard
coming from the white and blue
house on University avenue.
Saturday, things will get un underway
derway underway with a buffet lunch be before
fore before the game. After the game
Delta and their dates will come
hack to Johnny Youngs famous
barbecue on the large lawn.
Things will start jumping again
in the evening as Terrie and
the Pirates return for another
dance on the Delt patio.
Delts are off to a good start to toward
ward toward another outstanding year.
Their new pledge class totaled 75.

Maceth Thanked
By SG Leaders

Student Body President Bob
Park, in a letter to Gator full fullback
back fullback Jon Maceth who turned
down a $1,500 bribe for last Sat Saturdays
urdays Saturdays game, commended the
Pensacola senior on his out outstanding
standing outstanding personal integrity.
Park was among numerous
student leaders and University
officials who praised Maceth
for his action in exposing and
abetting the gamblers who tried
to pay him to shave points in
the Florida State game-
Thanked Vicariously
The overnight campus
hero was thanked by Park in be behalf
half behalf of all the students who
have not had an opportunity to
express their feelings.
Here is the text of President
Parks letter:

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Louis Candy will furnish the
music tonight as the Sigma Chis
cut loose at a shipwreck party.
Saturday's agenda includes a buf buffet
fet buffet lunch preceding the game and
dinner at the house afterwards.
The Road Runners will be im imported
ported imported from Orlando for a rock rocking
ing rocking jam session in the night time.
New Sigma Chi pledge offi officers
cers officers have been chosen. They are
George Sprinkler, president;
John Stlmpson, vice-president;
Ed McClellen, secretary-treasur secretary-treasurer;
er; secretary-treasurer; and Charlie Anderson, social
chairman.
Friday is here, and the Pikes
are partying with TGIF pins
much in evidence. Tonight the
juke box will be echoing forth with
the swinging sounds which prom promise
ise promise to have everyone jumping.
Pike Saturday
Saturday brings the Pikes, their
dates, and all good alumni togeth together
er together for an open house. The order of
events will be lunch, the ball
game, dinner, and then down to
the basement for one of those
swinging Pike parties with music
by the Big Bamboos.
The Betas are looking forward
to a fabulous weekend of fun, i
with music being furnished for

Dear Jon:*
The part you played in the re recent
cent recent football incident has been
so highly praised by so many
that there is no way left to em emphasize
phasize emphasize sufVciently the impres impression
sion impression it has left on our student
body and the Florida public as
an act of outstanding personal
integrity.
lnestimatable Value'
The value to your coaches
and sport, to your teammates,
and to your classmates and the
University, of this affirmative
act of honesty is inestimatable.
On behalf of all of your follow
students whQ have not had an
opportunity to express their feel feelings
ings feelings to you personally, let me
add our thank you.
SINCERELY YOURS,
808 PARK

both nights by Louis Candy.
Tom Clay bourne of Beta Theta
Pi says the group plans to show
Georgia Tech guests how to par party
ty party Better Even Than Atlanta.
SAEs will start out the week weekend
end weekend informally tonight with a cas casual

IW THE PARK
Marines; Nudes, Music,
Stock-Cars, Comedy-
On Gainesville Screens

By BOBBIE FLEISCHMAN
Gator Staff Writer
Take your picx battle, nud nudism,
ism, nudism, stock-car racing, music or
comedy. Theyll all be seen on
Gainesville theater screens this
week.
Hell to Eternity, a true story

Jon Maceth, the fullback
who refused to dishonor his* Uni University
versity University and his fellow students
when he declined a bribe to al alter
ter alter the UF-Florida State game,
was praised by the Legislative
Council in a letter by chairman,
Allen Poole.
Poole, speaking for the Legis Legislative
lative Legislative Council,, cited the 21-year 21-yearold
old 21-yearold senior for his display of in integrity
tegrity integrity and character referring
to Maceths exposure of the
gamblers who tried to tempt
him.
Raising The Level-
Further acclaim was given
Maceth as the Legislative
Council termed his deed as an
aid to the new level of univer university
sity university atmosphere we . are try trying
ing trying to create on this campus.
Here is the text of the letter
from the Legislative Council:
Dear Jon:
! The Legislative Council voted
unanimously to commend you on
your outstanding display of in integrity
tegrity integrity and character in your de decision
cision decision to expose these who
would sacrifice this University
and the whole game of football
to the gamblers and bookies.
This gesture of honesty will be
with you throughout your life
and will serve to attest to the
calibre of individual you repre represent
sent represent to your student body.
You Helped SG
Jon, this has certainly been an
aid to the new level of Univer University
sity University atmosphere we in student,
government are trying to create
on this campus.
If there is any way we in
your student government can be
of service to you, your team,
and Coach Graves, please dont
hesitate to call on us.
With kindest regards,
ALLEN POOLE
VICE PRESIDENT
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feature a closed semi-formal party
with Little Johnny Ace.
AOPis are proud of their Judy
Heim, who received the title of
Miss Orange County during the
summer.

of war heroism, is currently be being
ing being featured at the Florida. It
deals with the exploits of Guy Ga Gabaldon,
baldon, Gabaldon, the Marine who is offic officially
ially officially credited with the capture of
more than 1,000 Japanese during
the Battle of Saipan.
Escapades Ambitious
Gabaldons escapades on the
field of battle and romance were
ambitious, to say the least. Ironi Ironically,
cally, Ironically, the enemy forces are por portrayed
trayed portrayed by 1,200 veterans of the
Imperial Japanese Army.
Jeffrey Hunter stars, and is
backed by such screen favorites
as David Janssen, Vic Damone,
Patricia Owens, Richard Eyer,
and Sessue Hayakawa.
Nudism Uncovered
On Friday and Saturday, those
who are particularly interested
in the subject of nudism v/ill be
able to enjoy Hideout in the
Sun at the State. The #ilm con concerns
cerns concerns the activities of some es especially
pecially especially engaging members of a
nudist colony.
The State will present Once
M and Monday. It is a giddy tale
about an orchestra leader and his
wife( or is she?), who get tangled
up in a sticky web of marriage
and divorce. Yul Brynner and the
late Kay Kendall star.
Art lovers will be interested in
Wild Strawberries, which will
be seen on Tuesday and Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday at the State.
Won Many Awards
The film has won many awards,
including that of the Internation International
al International Film Festival at Cannes. It is
the work of Swedish director Ing Ingmar
mar Ingmar Bergman, who has been
lauded widely in the field of mo motion
tion motion picture art.
Thunder in Carolina will be begin
gin begin on Thursday at the State. It
is an adventuresome story about
stock-car racing, and depicts the
well-known Southern 500 at
Darlington, S.C. The star is Rory
Calhoun.
Dean Receives Degree,
Speaks at Jacksonville
Engineering Dean Joseph Weil
received an honorary Doctor of
Science degree from Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville University Thursday night.
Weil was the featured speaker
at the Universitys Evening Col College
lege College Convocation. Weil also
holds the Distinguished Service
Award from JU.

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ser, Purser, has copped an award at the
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tion Exhibition this time a SI,OOO first
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come become a part of the permanent col collection
lection collection at the Atlanta museum
where the 1960 exhibition was held.
His prize-winning 1948 painting,
"Eeru Lake, also hangs in the
museum as part of the perma permanent
nent permanent collection.
This years exhibition included
80 paintings selected by the jury
from a total of 2,400 canvasses
tered by artists from the nine
southeastern states.
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liams, Williams, director of the- Corcoran
Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.,
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Campus Calendar

CONTINUOUS EVENTS
Beginning dance lessons offer offered
ed offered by the Florida Union are still
open to interested students on
Monday, Oct. 3 at 7 p.m. in the
Social Room and all day follow following
ing following Mondays. Advanced dance
classes will meet on Wednesday,
Oct. 5 at 7 p.m. Bridge Classes
will have their second meeting
on Tuesday, Oct. 4, at 7 p.m.
in the Social Room.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30:
Registration for the Fall Chess
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Welcomes, Lectures, Eats Go On

By SUE ALLEN OAUTHEN
Gator Religious Editor
Lectures and suppers play a pro prominent
minent prominent part in this weeks activi activities,
ties, activities, at the campus student centers.
BAPTIST STUDENT UNION: A
Fellowship Supper for married stu students
dents students will begin Saturday at 6:30
p.m. Babysitters will be provided.!
Hiere is no charge to new students
but past members may eat. for
$1.25 per couple.
CATHOLIC STUDENT CEN-1
TER: Monday at 7 p.m., theology
and philosophy lectures will be
open to students. Tuesday at 7
p.m. an informational class will be
held fc>r those non-Catholics who
are interested. r |
Thursday an open seminar
will be held at 7:30 for Latin
American students. The rectory
is open for confession 'i'nop .**,,*
and Thursday at 7 p.m., and on
Fridays at 5 p.m. Sunday, aiter
9:30 mass, altar boys will prac practice
tice practice and altar society meets will
be held. Important activities of
the Newman Club will be an announced
nounced announced on bulletin boards.
EPISCOPAL STUDENT CEN CENTER:
TER: CENTER: Friday, the 30th, the gradu graduate
ate graduate discussion group will meet in
its first session at 8 p.m., Sunday,
supper will again be served at
6:30 p.m. in Weed Hall. Monday,
at 9 p.m., the first Confirmation
ana Post Confirmation classes
will begin.
HILLEL RELIGIOUS NEWS:
Solemn Day of Atonement cer cervices
vices cervices begin this evening. Kol Ni Niarei
arei Niarei services will be held at 6:30
and 8:30 p.m. Students may at attend
tend attend either service. They will begin
again on Saturday at 10 a.m. and
will continue until sundown.
LUTHERAN STUDENT CEN CENTER;
TER; CENTER; A welcome supper will be
given Sunday night by the women
of the church for the University
Lutheran students. Student Body
President, Bob Park will speak
during the evening. Call 6-7514 for
reservations which must be made
in advance. Choir rehearsal is
Thursday at 7 p.m.
PRESBYTERIAN STUD ENT
CENTER: Students are cordi cordially
ally cordially invited to attend a supper at

committee sudcommittee chairmanships and
committee memberships, may
be made for the first time today
in Room 315 of the Florida Un Union.
ion. Union.
The Florida Union will sponsor
an Open House from 7:30-12 p.m
On the Waterfont will be
shown in the South Hall Recrea Recreation
tion Recreation Room at 8 p.m.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1:
On the waterfront will be
shown in the South Hall Recrea Recreation
tion Recreation Room at 8 p.m.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 3: The
Gator Amateur Radio Cluib will
meet in Room 525, English Build Building,
ing, Building, at 8 p.m.

5 p.m. Sunday, and the program
which follows, at 6 p.m.. Moral
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UF PONY EXPRESS RIDES AG AIK

The Pony Backfield, pictured above, so dubbed
because of their unusual lack of height, will take the
field against Georgia Tech's Yellow Jackets boasting
a combined height of less than 23 feet. Left to right:

FRAN'S FEATURES
'Golden Greek' Arfaras
UF's Pass-Catching End

FRANS FEATURES
By Fran Warren
The Golden Greek from Tar Tarpon
pon Tarpon Springs Is the pass catching
right end for the Gator squad.
The big number 82, standing six
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feet one inches tali and weighing
205 pounds, is a two-year letter letterman
man letterman for the UF team.
Nick feels the squad is a good,
hard hitting team with lots of spir spirit.
it. spirit. Arfaras stated that he liked
playing under Coach Graves,
whom he thinks is much more of
a gambler than former Coach Bob
Woodruff.
Better Team
After clashing with the Florida
State team on Florida Field last
Saturday, Nick felt that the FSU
team was much better than the
Seminole team of last year.
The Gators had a lot of bad
breaks, Arfaras pointed out. The
squad had three good drives go going
ing going and each was killed because
of. a bad break or a penalty.
Highlights of his football ca career
reer career Include the Auburn game
two years ago, which the Gators
lost 6-5. Arfaras caught two,
yard gaining passes and recov recovered
ered recovered a last quarter fumble.

Doug Partin (32), named the most valuable player in
the FSU game, 5*9"; Don Deal (21), who missed the
FSU tilt due to a sprained ankle, also checks in at
59; Larry Libertore (14), who will start at the quart-

Equally impressive to Nick was
the Georgia game last year, i n
which he snared t>vo passes, re recovered
covered recovered a fumble on the 10 yard
Hne and was named runner-up for
the Lineman of the Week.
When asked- if he would consid consider
er consider playing some other position, Ar Arfaras
faras Arfaras gave a definite no. He felt
that one of the greatest thrills of
the game was to be able to catch
a pass and run for a touchdown.
Signed by ex-Gator Coach Har Harvey
vey Harvey Robinson, Arfaras stated
that he was looking forward to
the Ga. Tech game.
Nicks favorable include Greek
food and movies. On the negative
side o f the list he places the
Gainesville .weather and immature
girls.
A senior in Electrical Engineer Engineering,
ing, Engineering, Arfaras expects to graduate
in June. His plans do not include
coaching, but a professional foot football
ball football contract sounds good, he
pointed out, if the 'offer is right

Rice Tickets Ready
All students who would like
reserved tickets for the Florida-
Rice game in Miami should
go to the ticket office in the sta stadium.
dium. stadium.
Tickets may be picked up
upon presentation of the picture
activity card. Stubs or student
identification cards will not be
accepted.
The game will be played next
Saturday night, in Miami at
8:15.

Grid Experts Disagree
On Florida-Tech Outcome
(Editor's note the following era the results of the first two weeks
of free lance picking between George Solomon and Bill Buchalter in
the annual selection contest.)
PROGNOSTGATOR RESULTS

Buchalter
Solomon
By GEORGE SOLOMON
Guest Football Expert
The Georgia Tech Yellow Jac Jackets
kets Jackets come into Florida Field this
weekend to battle the Gators in
what should be a thrilling game.
This is the big one for the Gators,
who could go on to have a terrific
season If they get by Tech.
Now the predictions:
Georgia Tech over Florida .
Putting school spirit and senti sentiment
ment sentiment aside for a moment, one has
to rationally pick Tech. The Ga Gators
tors Gators have made mistakes the first
two games. This is expected since
the team is composed of many in inexperienced
experienced inexperienced sophomores. Tech de defeated
feated defeated Kentucky and Rice with ve veterans
terans veterans in the backfield and line.
I hope I miss this one, though.
Miami over North Carolina .
Hurricanes should win their open opener,
er, opener, but Carolina isnt a pushover.
Florida State over \*a*.e Forest
. . Seminoles showed us plenty
last weekend and have too many
Indians for Wake Forest.
Alabama over Vandy ... Crim Crimson
son Crimson Tide was deadlocked last
week, but should come rolling
back and trounce Vandy without
trouble.
Auburn over Kentucky ... Ti Tigers
gers Tigers have too much in the line for
Kentucky and should take this
game in stride.
L.S.U. over Baylor . Theyre
playing this game in Baton Rouge
and you have to be pretty good to
beat LSU in its back yard. Baylor
isnt that good.
Georgia over South Carolina .
Bulldogs started to roll now and
should defeat south Carolina by a
touchdown.
Northwestern over lowa .. .Wild .Wildcats
cats .Wildcats blasted oki&iiwa iast week
and may be one of the best in the
Nation this year. lowa is
however, and will Oiui Oiuiwestem
westem Oiuiwestem all it can handle.
Syracuse over Kansas . You
dont .stop tanks with bullets.
Ohio State over Southern Califor California
nia California . State has its usual good
line with big backs. Southern Cal
hasnt lived up to its pre-season
buildup.
Notre Dame over Purdue ... Al Always
ways Always a good game, b ciis :
the Irish may have a big winner.

rback slot, 59; Jon Maceth (4G), last weak'*
racket buster who will be rushing from the fullback
slot, is sB. When the Ponies get tired, Gator fans
will get a look at the UF overland stage crew; 9 a real

Water-Basketball Battles to Begin

By MIKE GORA
Gator Mural Editor
There is a slight lull on the in intramural
tramural intramural scene as deadline time
rolls around this rainy Wednesday
afternoon, so pardon me if I wan wander.
der. wander.

SELECTOR'S CHOICE

W L Tie Pet.
11 4 1 .719
ID 5 1 .656
By BILL BUCHALTER
GATOR PROGNOSTICATOR
Well, we finally got a full col column
umn column in and I can dedicate a
Jew games to nobody in particu particular.
lar. particular. Win or lose, I'm always
writing a names column.
Now for the important things
like:
Florida over Georgia Tech .
Im sentimental but perhaps Ray
Graves has something up his
sleeve .. Larry Libeiwtorej
small enuf. This game is dedi dedicated
cated dedicated to all good Gators every everywhere
where everywhere . Give em hell.
Miami over North Carolina .
Piss Lechtner says this aint Kos Kosher
her Kosher but than neither are the pow powerful
erful powerful 'Canes
Wake Forest over FSU .
Sorry Paul Cone but the lasses
dont play fiootball in Tall&has Tall&hasseeland
seeland Tall&hasseeland . Norman Snead does.
Alabama over Vandy . Dont
anyone from Bama but Bear
Bryant does though . Gora
actually picked this one.
Auburn over Kentucky ... I
could be upset here but Cats
havent acted like the Tigers yet.
LSU over Baylor . Baylor
has a Bull in uieir pasti 1 2 \
could run amuck but Chinese
Bandits have been known to throw
such "Bull around themselves.
Georgia over South Carolina. .'
To all my Georgia friends, Bar-,
ney, Dell, Faye, Greg, Coach
John, and Tom, the friendly end.
Northwestern over lowa ... I
chickened out here but I dedicate
this one to Ara Parsehgian and 1
pray that Thornton is ready.
Syracuse over Kansas . The
top two backfielda in the country
clash in the battle of the besoe besoemouths.
mouths. besoemouths.
Ohio State over Southern Cali California
fornia California ... I promised Jackie,
Karen, and Joy that Id mention
them in connection with Califor-,
nia ... it sounds so movie star starish.
ish. starish.
Purdue over Notre Dame
The boilermakers to burst the
Irish bubble; sorry Fred, Pete,
and Rob but the coaches back
home cant read this, besides
j Purdues line is rough.

MURAL MUSE

Before I get too far afield let
me say a few words about the up upcoming
coming upcoming storm after the lull, water waterbaakettoall.
baakettoall. waterbaakettoall.
Three of the Orange League
teams who, in the past few years
have dominated this sport, have
wound up in the same bracket.
This could make for some fierce
early competition in this, a single
elimination tourney.
For those of you who have never
seen a water basketball game I
suggest that you do so. The first
game will be played Monday,
October 3rd at 4 p.m.
Word Os Advice
A little word of advice to many
of you students who find that the
ole allowance that mom and! dad
send up at the beginning of every
month or week doesnt leave you
with enough left over for a week weekend
end weekend date; there are always Jobs
for officials open in the Intramural
Department.
I cant say that the four or five
dollars extra that you can earn a
week can make you a rich man,
however, it might help out in the
pinch.
Young Ladies Too.
You young ladies out there, you
too can earn the little extra money
needed for new clothes by helping
to officiate in the female circuits.

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bunch of horses. Don Goodman, Dick Skelly, Bob
Hoover and Cecil Ewell, all weighing 195 or better,
can be called upon to assist the lightweights in
punching holes in Tech's forward wall.

All who are interested in this extra
loot can come in to the intramural
office in the Florida Gym, room
229, and let little Eve get your
name down on the list.
Now to stray .
It does my he&rt good to see a
smart bunch of racketeers get put
down the way Jon Maceth put the
New York boys down last week weekend.
end. weekend. Yll may not realize that it
was this same sort of point shav shaving
ing shaving scheme that almost wrecked
college basketball a few years
back.
This kind of set up was respon responsible
sible responsible for the biggest black eye that
was ever tagged to professional
baseball, in the now Infamous 1919
World Series scandal.
Be Thankful
Let us be thankful that such a
stigma was not placed on the Uni University
versity University of Florida. Sort of makes
you proud to be a Gator.
Switching to the national sports
scene. While my beloved editor
tries to pick the coilege football
games, I shall also go slightly out
on a limfb and pick the New York
Yankees over the Pittsburg Pir Pirates
ates Pirates in the World Series.
I agree with the experts in say saying
ing saying that the Pirates lead the
Yanks in all fields except power
and experience.
I believe that the Pirates are the

aster of the two teams and that
the Yankees pitching staff leaves
a lot to be desired.
Moat experts, however, fall to
look at the Yankee bench where
such old pros such as Gil Mac*
Dougald and home run hitter Dale
Long lurk in the shadows ready to
pounce on opposing pitchers. You
can bet that Casey will use his
bench depth.
Let me mention one more rea reason
son reason for ploklng the Yanks to come
out the winners in the fall classic.
Yogi Berra.
Berra is acknowledged as the
best clutch hitter in either league.
An old high school looker room
cliche When the going gets tough,
the tough get going, might be the
motto of the veteran Yankee ag*
gregation.
Next week the intramural sea season
son season gets under way; play to win,
but be good sports.
Golfers to Meet
There will be a meeting for all
prospective freshmen and varaity
jOL'ers Oct. 3 in the recreation
room of the Florida Gym.
Gol* coach Conrad Rehling call called
ed called the meeting for 7 p.m. and
asks that all candidates bring
their class schedules for practice
purposes. __ _

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Page 8

'Wreck Tech' Is UF Cry;
Packets Invade Gator Den
For Battle of Undefeated

By JARED LEBOW
Gator Sports Writer
With two non-conference vic victories
tories victories under their belts, UFs Ga Gators
tors Gators meet their first conference
foe of the season Saturday after afternoon
noon afternoon when the Rambling Wrecks
from Georgia Tech invade Florida
field.
5 The Engineers, unbeaten in two
outings, are rated No. 10 in this
weeks Associated Press poll. In
their opener, Tech topped Kentuc Kentucky
ky Kentucky 23-13 and last week they
squeaked by Rice 16-13.
Stan's Hie Man
Leading the Tech offense is
sophomore quarterback Stan Gann,
who in the words of Coach Bobby
Dodd is the finest quarterback
Ive every coached. Joining Gann
in the Tech backfield are Billy
Williamson, a Coral Gables pro-
WESUEY FOUNDATION GUEST
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views with one of the outstanding
theologians of our time. Dr. Schubert
Ogden. Assistant Professor of Philo Philosophical
sophical Philosophical Theology at Southern Meth Methodist
odist Methodist University, will present a series
of lectures followed by open discus discussions
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The topics he will present are: Fri Friday
day Friday at :00 P.M., "What is the
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cation Vocation es the StudentT", Satorday at
S:00 P.M., "What is the Christian
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Faculty," Sunday at t:45 and 11:00
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duct, and speedy Chick Graning
at the halves with Larry Lafko Lafkowitz
witz Lafkowitz at fullback.
Another Tech back to watch
is halfback Tommy Wells, who
booted three field goals in last
week's Rice game.
Anchoring the Tech line will be
left tackle Billy Shaw, who was
named the Southeastern Confer Conference
ence Conference lineman of the week for his
play in the Rice game. Right tac tackle
kle tackle will be 6-3 238-pound Ed Nut Nutting,
ting, Nutting, the SECs record-setting shot
putter.
Tech Ends
Captain Gerald Burch, an out outstanding
standing outstanding receiver and defender,
will team with Taz Anderson at
end. Jim Powell, 6-5, 211-pounder
from West Palm Beach also should
see plenty of action.
In the middle of the line the
Engineers will have Harold Erick Ericksen
sen Ericksen and Mike NichoU at the
guards, with Sophomore Bob Cald Caldwell
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The drama of tomorrows game
will be enhanced by the fact that
Ray Graves was an assistant at
Tech for 13 years.
Another interesting sidelight to
tomorrows contest finds Bobby
Dodd Jr., son of the Tech men mentor,
tor, mentor, slated to see plenty of action
at quarterback.
Getting the starting call at the
quarterback spot for the Ga Gators
tors Gators will be little Larry Liber Libertore,
tore, Libertore, with relief coming from
Dodd and Tom Batten.
Back at right half, after miss missing
ing missing the first two contests with an
ankle injury is speedy Don Deal.
Doug Partin will be at left half
with Jon Maceth at fullback.
Set For Action
Slated to see action are half halfbacks
backs halfbacks Bob Hoover and Dick Skel Skelly.
ly. Skelly. Junior fullbacks Don Goodman
and Cecil Ewell will spell Mac-
Beth at fullback.
In the line the Gators will have
Pat Patchen and Nick Arfaras at
the ends, Rennie Slack and Jim
Beaver manning the tackles, Vic
Miranda and Larry Travis at the
guards with captain Bill Hood at
center.

Dodd Vs Dodd in Gator- Tech Clash \
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QB DODD ..
. . UF passe?

By FRAN WARREN
Gator Sports Writer
Father doesnt always know
best and Bobby Dodd Jr., will
be out to prove the truth of this
statement when the Gators and
Georgia Tech clash on Florida
Field, Saturday, Oct. 1.
A graduate of Henry Grady
High School in Atlanta, Ga.,
young Dodd received several
scholarship offers, including a
courtesy offer from Tech.
Never A Question
There never was any ques question
tion question about me going to Tech,
said Bobby. My Dad and I
'Come To Fair'
Halftime Theme
Come To The Fair will be the
theme of the Gator Band halftime
show at Florida Field this Satur Saturday
day Saturday when tiie Georgia Tech Yel Yellow
low Yellow Jackets meet the Fighting
Gators in a drama-packed football
game.
Taking the audience to the fair,
the Gator Band will exhibit a
quartet of trumpet soloists play playing
ing playing the Carnival of Venice* in a
special arrangement by Director
of Marching Band Richard W.
Bowles. The featured soloists in include
clude include Robert San Martin, John
Owen, Frank Young, and Ronald
Gadrway. Also in keeping with the
Fair theme, the band will pre present
sent present a horse race scene featuring
those well known T.V. horses Sil Silver*
ver* Silver* and Fury.
A visit to the Midway will in include
clude include looks at the human skele skeleton,
ton, skeleton, the Dancing Girls, and the
Fat Lady with the music I Aint
Got Nobody, Little Egypt, and
Shes Too Fat For Me.

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A TOWER OF STRENGTH . Coach Ray Graves
peers from his tower in hopes of finding a winning
combination to start against Georgia Tech's Yellow
Jackets in Saturday's SEC tilt at Florida Field.

Scribes Select Patchen

Pat Patchen, UF left end, was
picked as the oustanding lineman
of the week by the Florida Sports Sportswriters'
writers' Sportswriters' Association for his spark sparkling
ling sparkling performance in the Gators 3-
0 win over Florida State last Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday.
Patchen, who stood out through throughout
out throughout the game, broke through to
stop a tricky double reverse just
when it looked like the Seminoles
were beginning to move.
The Steubenville senior was the
only lineman to receive votes in

(EDITOR'S NOTE: A
pair of Dodds, Bobby Sr.
and Jr., will meet each
other for the first time this
weekend ot Florida Field.
Young Dodd is o chip off
the old block being o rug rugged
ged rugged defensive back and a
pin-point passer. The elder
Dodd is among the fore foremost
most foremost men in his profession.
The situation involved is
unique and Miss Warren,
in her interview, hopes to
portray the younger side of
this interesting football
story.)

have always understood that I
would never play under him.
We did discuss the possibility
of his retiring before I grad graduated
uated graduated from high school. If he
had, then I might have accept accepted
ed accepted a scholarship to Tech, stat stated
ed stated Bobby.
When asked why he chose
Florida. Dodd gave two reasons.
Well, it was close to home
and I wanted to play big time
football and Florida is definitely
in the toughest conference.
Dad Was Glad
When I did decide on Florida
and was signed by Coach Dick
Jones, he said, Dad was glad.
He was really impressed with
Florida.
Bruce Starling, sophomore
end from Ocala and Dodds
roommate felt that Ga. Tech
would be the Gators first real
test.
Some of the guys have been
teasing Bobby a little about
file game, but we all know
that hell play Ids hardest in
this one, the same as every everyone
one everyone else, said Brace.
This game will be a hard
fought one down to the last
minute. Both teams have depth
and both have good offense and
defense, Dodd pointed out.
People always ask me about
the Tech plays and signals,
said Bobby, but I dont know
anymore than they do and may maybe
be maybe not even as much. All I
know is what we see on the
scouting films.
Games Conflicted
Dad never discussed the
plays with me and I havent
seen very many of the Tech
games. My high school games
were at the same time that
Tech was playing, so Dad hasnt

i the balloting which also honored
i States Eddie Feely as the out outstanding
standing outstanding bat^j.
Don Goodman, UF fullback, and
tricky halfback Doug Partin re received
ceived received honorable mention in the
poll conducted by state sports
winters.
Partin had previously received
alcolades as the contest's top per performer,
former, performer, winning the outstanding
player trophy previously captured
by Jimmy Dunn and Jack West Westbrook.
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een me play that much either:?
Dodd felt that the pressure
was a little' heavier than usual
because his father was the
coach on the opposing team.
But, then I always feel pres pressure
sure pressure before a game," said
Bobby, anyway, the final
score will be decided more on
how the two teams played than
by who the coaches are."
Dodd expects to see his father
for a while before the game.
My mother and sister are
driving down and I may eat
supper with them Friday night,"
he said.
I. .TOR P.U.UA ...
Sylvia Palmer, charming UF
cheerleader, cheers for the
Gators. More cheering and stu student
dent student support is hoped for this
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By JACK HORAN
Gator Sports Writer
Flexing its brawny muscles, the
crackerjack Southeastern Confer Conference
ence Conference convinced the rest of the
country that their bone-grinding
brand of football will still prevail
this fall.
Four elevens emerged to the top
twenty poll, with Ole Miss copping
the top spot for the second conse consecutive
cutive consecutive week, nudging out powerful
Syracuse.
Georgia Tech, by virtue of its
triumph over Kentucky, beat out
Tennessee in a scramble for tenth
place. The Auburn-killers from
Knoxville had to settle for elev eleventh.
enth. eleventh.
Bama 15th
Despite the fact that unpredict unpredictable
able unpredictable Tulane stalemated Bear Bry-

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the game because the Tech team
will be flying right back to At Atlanta.
lanta. Atlanta.
When asked about the outcome
of the game, Dodd grinned.
The beet team is going to
win, that will be the team who
can click on the drives and can
take advantage of the breaks
. . and thats Florida, said
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SCC ROUNDUP

ants raging Tide, the 'Bama boys
awoke Wednesday mom and found
themselves in the fifteenth slot.
But all is not peaches and
cream in tricky Dixie.
Viewing the ever fluctu a t i n g
grid situation with a tad of skep skepticism,
ticism, skepticism, it looks as though one skip skipper
per skipper will be able to slumber peace peacefully
fully peacefully Friday night. That lucky
man in Johnny Vaught who pro provided
vided provided his Rebels with cousin
Memphis State for weekend calis calisthenics.
thenics. calisthenics.
Peers Perplexed
As for the rest of Johnnys peers,
tossing and turning should domi dominate
nate dominate their nocturnal activities.
Wise old Bobby Dodd pits his un unblemished
blemished unblemished record of two wins and
national standing against Florida.
The Gators not only sport an iden identical
tical identical record, but also Dodds tal talented
ented talented offspring, Bobby Jr.
Elder Dodd may well be aware
of what to expect since a former
Graves will be piloting his
orange-jerseyed foes.
Unbeaten, but not untied, Alaba Alabama
ma Alabama beckons to quarterback Pat
Trammel to guide them over Van Vanderbilt.
derbilt. Vanderbilt.
Doubts Left
Leaving a myriad of doubts as
to whether they are of current loop
caliber after bowing to Rebel Rebelravaged
ravaged Rebelravaged Houston, Mississippi State
will be forced to muster all of its
forces to cope with rugged Ten Tennessee.
nessee. Tennessee.
War Eagle" will be the cry of
the battle-scarred Plainsmen of
Auburn. Wincing after being hum humbled
bled humbled by the Vols, massive retalia retaliation
tion retaliation will be sought at the expense
of fruitless Kentucky.
IMentOr Andy Pilney brewed and
stewed and produced a host of
Greenies which have made perjur perjurers
ers perjurers out of pre-season prognostica prognosticators.
tors. prognosticators. Upstart Tulane gets into fast
Frosh Open Soon
The UF freshmen football team
play the Miami frosh in their
seasons opener Oct. 21 in the
Orange Bowl.
The game is sponsored by the
Kiwanis Charity Fund and all
proceeds from the game will go to
this fund. i

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