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LBJ COMES TO GAINESVILLE ...
Johnson Rushes Visit
By It ESS MEYER
Gator Staff Writer
More than 400 students turned out by th*
busload and carload Wednesday morning
at the Lyndon Johnson Democratic rally
on the square in downtown Gainesville.
Many of the students were carried by five,
poster-covered buses and one truck, fur furnished
nished furnished by the Young Democrats. The ve vehicles
hicles vehicles made two trips to the square and
back, leaving the campus at 10 and 10:30.
A motorcade of students went to the air
port to greet Johnson and followed him to
town. After the one-hour rally, the cars re returned
turned returned with Johnson to the plane.
Joe Thomas, president of the Young Dem Democrats
ocrats Democrats said, We were very pleased by the
number of students who expressed their
interest by coming."
Johnson had a tight schedule and could
only stay in Gainesville for an hour, having
to be in Orlando for lunch.
Students To Meet Dick
By KIRK CALLAHAN
Gator Editorial Assistant
Campus supporters of Vice President
Richard M. Nixon will leave the UF campus
Tuesday in a motorcade to Jacksonville to
greet the GOP presidential candidate when
he arrives at the airport to make a bid for
Floridas 10 electoral votes.
Sponsored by Young Democrats for Nix Nixon,"
on," Nixon," the Nixoneade" is expected to include
20 automobiles and around 50 supporters of
the vice president.
Young Democrats Chairman Charley
Wells said, It is our desire to show the
people of Florida that Vice President Nixon
has enthusiastic support on the UF cam campus."
Varied polls run by many state news newspapers
papers newspapers have clearly shown that Floridians
are truly supporting the Republican ticket,
Our presence at Nixons arrival will
make this fact even more apparent.
The motorcade is scheduled to leave
around 1 p.m. and will assemble at the
campus police station.
Dick Herrick, motorcade chairman, said
that he plans to notify police authorities
. . Dick Herrick Decorates Car
Hales 'Troubleshooters' Outline
Give-And-Take Discussion Topics
A plan of action was drawn up
by the newly created Advisory
Committee on Student Affairs at
its meeting Monday.
Lester L. Hale, dean of stu student
dent student affairs, and the commit committee
tee committee of administrative and stu student
dent student leaders outlined a pro program
gram program of 'give-and-take* dis discussion
cussion discussion for weekly meetings
throughout the year.
Almost any realm of student
activity and opinion is subject
matter for discussion, Dean Hale
Specifically on the agenda are
items such as the Honor System,
its improvement and implemen implementation,
tation, implementation, student-faculty relations,
student dress, academic atti attitudes,
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tudes, attitudes, scholarship coordination
mid the role of campus publica publications.
The committee, originated as
a trouble shooting'* group, will
bring interested parties into
thÂ§ discussions to investigate
fully the situations involved.
Attitudes (hi Deck
Hale, committee chairman,
announced that Mondays meet meeting
ing meeting would begin discussion on
academic achievement and atti attitudes
tudes attitudes of the student body and
what could he done to improve
In introducing the problem he
pointed to steps already taken in
the area, particularly .the en enforcing
forcing enforcing of the 2.0 rule for stu students
dents students holding office. Previously
... Motorcade Escorts Senator
Dave Levy, state campus coordinator for
the Kennedy-Johnson campaign, said, The
main problem in relation to the students and
the rally, was the time at which it was
held. Many students had classes and were
unable to attend; however, this could not
be helped due to Johnsons schedule.
Levy said, We were fortunate to have a
man of Johnsons calibre here and the stu student
dent student turn-out was very good.
I believe that Johnson has not deserted
the South," Levy added. Johnson said, We
elect Democratic senators and representa representatives,
tives, representatives, why not a Democratic vice president
surely not Lodge?
Thomas said that the Young Democrats
hope to attract to the campus any other
Democratic candidates coming to Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville in the future.
If they are unable to visit the UF, the
Young Democrats will provide transporta transportation
tion transportation for interested students.
along the route in order to provide safe
All students interested in joining the mo motorcade
torcade motorcade should contact Herrick at the Phi
Kappa Tau house.
In other action, final plans to precipitate
campus support for Vice President Richard
M. Nixon in the November elections were
announced Wednesday by Chairman Charley
We shall climax our campus drive for
support of the Republican presidential and
vice presidential ticket through a series of
high level meetings designed to bring the
presidential campaign closer to each UF
student," Wells said.
The first of these meetings will be at 7
p.m. Monday night at the Phi Kappa Tau
House, Wells said.
Ex-Student Bofly President Joe Ripley will
speak to the Nixon supporters on The
Presidential Race and The American college
Wells said all students, regardless of po political
litical political affiliations, are invited to attend.
Plans for future meetings will be an announced
nounced announced later. <
the ruling had not been rigidly
adhered to, he said, but now
steps are being taken to prohibit
election to and holding of stu student
dent student offices by those with less
than the required 2.0 overall
Dean Hale explained the com committee
mittee committee is to be of great assist assistance
ance assistance to his office in determining
what could and must be done.
Sitting on the committee are
Dean of Men Frank T. Adams,
Dean of Women Mama V. Bra Brady.
dy. Brady. and student leaders Bob
Park, Tom Henderson, Ken Ken Kennedy,
nedy, Kennedy, Paul Hendricks, Steve
Gardner, Jean Harrison, Cora
Randall and Dick Hebert.
University of Florida, Gainesville Friday, October 14, 1960
Fight for Degree
The fight for degrees
rather than education was
agreed to be the greatest
problem confronting the
Honor System by cam campus
pus campus leaders at the first
Campus Affairs Forum
Should We Junk the Honor
System?, first topic of the series,
was discussed by permanent panel
members Student Body President
Bob Park, Former Student Body
President Joe Ripley, Bill Holl Hollingsworth
ingsworth Hollingsworth of Florida Blue Key and
guest panelist Student Body Vice-
President Allen Poole.
Dishonesty A Problem
Ripley stated that dishonesty is
a problem which confronts most
campuses due to increased en enrollments,
rollments, enrollments, resulting from import importance
ance importance attached to attaining a de degree.
Many students, he feels will
go after a degree, with little re regard
gard regard as to how they get it.
As standards for entrance are
raised, only students who are cap capable
able capable of college work will be ad admitted
mitted admitted and much of the problem
will disappear. He pointed out that
most of the cases coming up be before
fore before the Honor Court involve stu students
dents students in the University College.
Problem Is Integrity
Moral integrity rather than
whether a school is under a pro proctor
ctor proctor or honor system is the ess essence
ence essence of the problem," stated Hol Hollingsworth.
There is no system which
would give the complete type of
protection we desire. If we are
under mi honor system, stu students
dents students must believe in it.
If it is a proctor system and
there is no honor, the system only
is left. When there is an honor sys system
tem system and there is no honor, there
is nothing left."
Park and Poole sided with their
colleagues on both points.
FPUowing the panels presenta presentation
tion presentation of the problem, the floor was
left open to questions from stu students.
dents. students. Park expressed apprecia appreciation
tion appreciation to students who attended, and
stated that although the group was
small, it was a good beginning.
The next meeting which deals
again with the Honor System is
set for Oct. 24, 8:30, at the Baptist
Membership Increase Needs Cited
By United Independents Group
By MARY ANNE AWTREY
Gator Staff Writer
Increased membership for a
stable footing was cited as the
greatest need of the Congress of
United Independents by acting
Chairman Paul Hendrick in a
meeting Monday night.
To boost interest and member membership
ship membership in the CUI, the next meeting
will be held Monday at 5:30 p.m.
in the west side of the cafeteria.
Following a group supper, the
meeting will move to the Florida
The future structure of the CUI,
as stated in the constitution, will
consist of represenative independ independents
ents independents from each floor of the mens
and womens dormitories.
Membership is open to students
independent of fraternity or soror sorority
ity sorority affilliation, upon recommenda recommendation
tion recommendation of the Congress chairman.
At the present, the CUI is draw drawing
ing drawing up an organizational chart of
the current membership, to clarify
distribution of the CUI representa representation.
First CUI Newsletter
The first CUI newsletter, with
details on membership and pro proposed
posed proposed programs, will be out at
the end of this week, to inform
independent students of the po potential
tential potential of the CUI.
A committee has been appointed
to study the possibility of using
Scene of Politics
Nationwide politics will receive j
campuswide discussion at the UF
Episcopal Student center.
Dr. George Wolff and Dr. Ar Arthur
thur Arthur DeGrove plan the first in a
series of public discussions begin beginning
ning beginning at S p.m. Oct. 17.
The opener is planned to be an
issues in perspective discussion.
Dave Levy and Charley Wells
will discuss the national issues
Oct. 24. Levy is a state co-ordina co-ordinator
tor co-ordinator of the Students for Kennedy-
Johnson slate. Wells is student
chairman of the Democrats for
Bruce Louden and Student body
president Bob Part will review the
issues from another angle Oct, 31.
The series will be summarized
iby a general discussion Nov. 7.
Frolics Opens Tonight
At Florida Gymnasium
By GARY PEACOCK
Gator Editorial Assistant
UF President Dr. J. Wayne
Reitz this week said he approved
the revamped Florida Blue Key
Speakers Bureau and that the
Burqftk would have his complete
In a letter to Chairman Dave
Strawn, Dr. Reitz said, This is to
tell you how pleased I am with the
manner in which the Bureau is
being organized. I note that you
arc placing major emphasis upon
mature judgment and speaking
ability of a group ofl students who
wil 1 represent the UF all over the
(SEE REITZ, PAGE S)
Dr. Reitz Asked by Bob Pork
For Fire Huzurds, Sufety Report
An inquiry into the state o'
the campus relative to fire ha
zards, safety and procedures wa
mailed Tuesday by Student Bod-
President Bob Park to UF Pres President
ident President Dr. J. Wayne Reitz.
Using as a reference a pamph
let recently issued by the UF
Alumni Association, Park asked
Dr. Reitz for a comprehensive
report on campus fire problems
Walker Auditorium as an evening
study hall, with C-5 music, or
semi-classical music piped in, and
coffee provided by the CUI in co cooperation
operation cooperation with the Student Gov Government.
CUI members will aid in dis distribution
tribution distribution of the Student Govern Government
ment Government bookmark calendar this
week. These bookmarks feature
a complete schedule of C-course
progress tests, and University ac activities
tivities activities for the year.
In other action of the Monday
meeting, Hendrick called for ex expansion
pansion expansion of the CUI as something
to serve the independents with,
and stated further that independ independents
ents independents should feel free to bring their
grievances and suggestions before
'ADMINISTRATION I NO MOJtff
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It's 'Tiger# Hall'
Dedication ceremonies nam naming
ing naming the Administration Build Building
ing Building J. Tigert Hall" will
take jdace Saturday, Oct. 15, at
Prominent citizens of the state
who were associates of Dr. Ti Tigert
gert Tigert during his administration
at the UP from 1928 to 1957 are
scheduled to participate in the
event which will climax a life lifetime
time lifetime of distinguished achieve achievements.
Beits To Preside
Dr. J. Wayne Reitz, Univer University
sity University President, will preside over
the dedication ceremonies. The
Reverend U. 8. Gordon, a long longtime
time longtime friend, will deliver the in invocation.
A brief address will be made
by Hon. J. J. Daniel, chairman
of the Board of Control, and a
student in the College of Law
during Dr. Tlgerts tenure.
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GET EM HOT lnter-Fraternity Council Presi President
dent President Stew Parsons (left) directs the selling of Fall
Frolics tickets at the Information Booth across from
the Student Service Center. Independents have spent
over SSOO at this concession stand on tickets to the
school year's first big social, it was estimated Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night. j
and plans for their solution.
Park alluded to the pamph pamphet's
et's pamphet's statement that thirteen per
cent of the UFs buildings are
ramshackle wooden firetraps
and also to the clogged-stairwell
situation which exists particular particularly
ly particularly in Anderson, Peabody, Walker,
and Benton halls during class
breaks at peak class hours.
He pointed out in his letter that
IFC President Stew Parsons was
preparing a similar report through
his organization, on fraternity
housing, and he (Park) felt
an obligation to make the
same inquiry on behalf of the
student body relative to their
Park called the Benton Hall
stairwell situation a potential
campus disaster that would shock
President Reitz said Tuesday
night Parks points were well
taken, and added that the re request
quest request had been turned over to
UF Vice President Dr. Harry Phii Phiipott.
In a telephone conversation
Wednesday, Philpott said mater material
ial material was being collected for a reply
to Parks request and should be
forthcoming early next week.
He. said the University has so
far conformed to all recommenda recommendations
tions recommendations submitted to it by various
fire inspection teams through
Raymer P. Maguire Sr., prom prominent
inent prominent Orlando attorney, and Dr.
C. Archibald Robertson, head
of the Department of English
and a faculty member since
192&. will also speak.
Dr. Tigerts administration
saw an ambitious construction
program which brought many
new buildings and facilities to
One of the most important
contributions to the University
was inauguration in 1936 of the
University College, the general
preparatory curriculum for
freshmen and sophomores.
Dr. Tigert was born in Nash Nashviile,
viile, Nashviile, Tennessee in 1882, the son
of a bishop of the Methodist
Episcopal Church, South.
He attended Webb Prepara Preparatory
tory Preparatory School and went on to
Vanderbilt in 1900. At Vander Vanderbilt
1959 and that 1960s were being
Philpott said campus buildings
were regularly and casually in inspected
spected inspected by the Gainesville Fire
Department and also by the State
Fire Marshal and periodically by
independent insurance companies.
Philpott agreed with Park
that Anderson, Peabody, Walker
and Bentonespecially Benton
were the UFs worst hazards, but
he said under actual fire condi conditions
tions conditions it is well to remember the
traffic would be going down in
This is not to gloss over the
situation, he said, but theyre
the only buildings we have in that
area and they are regularly meet meeting
ing meeting the regulations.
He pointed out that Plants and
Grounds conducts monthly inspec inspections
tions inspections of wiring in the four old
classroom buildings and that reg regulations
ulations regulations forbid the holding of
large classroom sections on Ben Bentons
tons Bentons third floor.
Final and complete relief for
the problems can come only from
more building appropriations by
the legislature, he pointed out,
but in the meantime the Univer University
sity University is maintaining as effective
a fire-prevention system as poss possible.
bilt Vanderbilt he won academic and ath athletic
letic athletic recognition, and was grad graduated
uated graduated with honors.
He was named to Phi Beta
Kappa and was the first Rhodes
Scholar from Tennesice.
Dr. Tigert became president
of Kentucky Wesleyan College
at 27. His early teachings years
included successful terms as
professor of philosophy and
In 1821 Dr. Tigert was named
United States Commissioner of
Education and served for seven
yean. Following his retirement
as University of Florida Presi President,
dent, President, he held a number of other
important positions with the
United States government.
Dr. Tigert *as predecessor o'
the late President J. Hillis Mil Miller.
ler. Miller. He is a prolific writer and
holds twelve honorary degrees.
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Six Pages This Edition
By MARY ANNE AWTREY
Gator Staff Writer
Fall Frolics weekend
starts at p.m. tonight in the
Florida Gymnasium, with
the dynamic vocal stylings
of Miss Dakota Staton and
the sweet trumpet sounr of
Thirty-four hundred tick tickets
ets tickets were ordered | for Frol Frolics,
ics, Frolics, 2,400 for fraternity
men and 1,000 for inde independents
pendents independents who will be at attending
tending attending Frolics either of the
Among new features at this
years Frolics show will be the in introduction
troduction introduction of the three Homecom Homecoming
ing Homecoming Sweetheart Contest finalists by
Dav e Strawn, last years Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming chairman.
Pleased With Response
We are very pleased thus far
with the response from fraternity
and independent reaction, said
Chairman Morris Proenza. We
think Frolics will be very success successful.
As of Wednesday night hide
pendent ticket sales had taken in
about SSOO. They have been on sale
since Tuesday. Sales scheduled for
Monday were canceled when the
girl hired to sell them did not ap appear,
pear, appear, it was explained.
Independent tickets may still be
purchased at the Informa Information
tion Information Booth across from the Hub
from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., today and
A limited number of tickets at
four dollars per couple will be
available at the door each night,
Friday night Frolics hour are
9 p.m. to 1 a.ni., and Saturday.
8 p.m. to 12 p.m.
With more money than ever be being
ing being spent on decorations, the Gym Gymnasium
nasium Gymnasium will be transformed com completely
pletely completely to carry out the Collegi Collegiate
ate Collegiate theme.
Parachutes on Ceiling
Parachutes spread out across
the ceiling, and spotted with col colored
ored colored lights are only part of the
professional atmosphere, said
Milos Larimer, decorations chair chairman.
Miss Staton is receiving $2,-
750 and Spivak, $3,100 for their
two-night stand at the first big
UF social event of the year.
The Frolics picture concession
will be handled by Sam and Har Harold
old Harold Johnson. They will be in t h e
Gym both nights for couple photo photographs.
Color photographs are being,
made for the first time this year.
Two five by seven prints with a
folder will cost three dollars plus
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DR. JOHN J. TIGERT
Emeritus Dr. John J. Ti Tigert
gert Tigert will have bestowed
upon him Saturday the
honor of the dedication of
the University Adminis Administration
tration Administration Building. At the
ceremonies Saturday the
brick building will offici officially
ally officially receive the name of
the former president.
More Effective, Efficient Service
For Lost And Found Department
Pledged by SC Men's Council
The Mens Council of student
government has taken over the
Lost and Found Department given
up recently by national service
fraternity Alpha Phi Omega,
In hopes of providing more ef effective
fective effective and efficient service, the
'Council is to draw up new rules for
the program, according to Chair Chairman
man Chairman Don G elm an.
We were supposed to take
charge at the beginning of the se semester,
mester, semester, Gelman said, but be because
cause because of inventory difficulties and
some other things we were only
able to take over the first of last
We hope to learn by past mis mistakes
takes mistakes and that way, everyone wiil
be better off, he said.
Outage Was Necessary
Student Body President Bob
Park noted that the change in
handling was necessary.
Alpha Phi Omega was unable to
keep up with the expanding cam campus,
pus, campus, he said.
Several complaints to t**e Alli Alligator
gator Alligator prompted aa investigation
of Lost and Found last year and
at the Alligators request the or-
books were cheek cheeked
ed cheeked Alpha Phi Omega was mak making
ing making a profit from the department
according to the results of the
Lost and Found had once been
t part of student government, but
APO had offered to take over the
department when student govern government
ment government was unable to give enough
time to it>
Former Student Body President
Joe Ripley, under whose adminis administration
tration administration the investigation results
were turned up, said that student
government had no investigat investigating
ing investigating body it could use when the mat matter
ter matter was brought to its attention.
Park said that the organization
had requested that its contract not
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HOME SWEET HOMECOMING
A great number of people have been asking me lately, What
is Homecoming? but I have been so busy trying to find out
why my new sports car leaks that I havent had time to answer.
I am now pleased to report that I finally discovered why my
sports car leaksl have been driving it upside downand so
I am ready today to turn my attention to Homecoming.
Lets begin with definitions. Homecoming is a weekend when
old grads return to their alma maters to watch a football game,
visit old classrooms and dormitories and inspect each others
The weekend is marked by the singing of old songs, the slap slapping
ping slapping of old backs and the frequent exchange of such greetings
as Harry, you old polecat 1 or Harry, you old porcupine!
7 or Harry, you old rooster! or Harry, you old wombat!
As you can see, all old grads are named Harry.
It is not just old grads who behave with such liveliness during
Homecoming; the faculty also comports itself with unaccus unaccustomed
tomed unaccustomed animation. Teachers laugh and smile and pound backs
and keep shouting Harry, you old Airedale! This unscholarly
behavior is carried on in the hope that old grads, in a transport
of bonhomie will endow a new geology building.
The old grads, however, are seldom seduced. By game time
on Saturday their backs are so sore, their eyeballs so eroded,
their extremities so frayed, that it is impossible to get a kind
word out of them, much less a new geology building.
Even the football game does not improve their tempers.
M Hmmph! they snort as the home team completes a 101-yard
march to a touchdown. Do you call that football? Why, back
- in my day, theyd have been over on the first down! By
George, football was football in those days not this namby namby*
* namby* pamby girls game that passes for football today! Take a look
~at that bench6o substitutes sitting there. Why, in my day,
1 there were 11 men on a team and that was it. When you broke
~ a leg, they slapped a piece of tape on it and you went right back
in. Why, I remember the big game against State. Harry Siga Sigafoos,
foos, Sigafoos, our star quarterback, was killed in the third quarter. I
mean, he was pronounced dead. But did that stop old Harry?
Not on your tintype! Back in he went and kicked the winning
drop kick in the last four seconds of play, dead as he was. Back
- in my day, they played football by George!.
Everything, say the old grads, was better back in their day dayeverything
everything dayeverything except one. Even the most unreconstructed of the
old grads has to admit that back in his day they never had a
smoke like Marlboronever a cigarette with such a lot to like
never a filter so easy drawing, a flavor so mild yet hearty, so
abundant, so bountifulnever a choice of flip-top box or soft
So old grads, young grads, and nndergrads, why dont you
settle back and have a full-flavored smoke? Try Mari boro, the
filtered cigarette with the unfiltered taste, and Homecoming
will be a happy occasion and the sun will shine and the air will
be filled with the murmur of wings and no mans hand will be
raised against you.
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Ths Florida Alligator, Friday, Oct. 14# 1960
be renewed. They were under no
pressure that I know of to end the
contract, he said.
Mack Melvin, a member of
Mens Council, reported that a
fall time clerk had been hired
to work in the Lost and Found
office from 3 to 5 p.m. five day*
Were going to simplify the
Many Dorm Presidents
Result in WSA Elections
Terry Nugent was elected fresh freshman
man freshman representative Tuesday over
Paulette Frederick, Toby Ulman,
and Peggy Weber.
Womens dormitory elections
were also held Tuesday. Northeast
Broward officers are: president,
Loretta Gamble; vice president,
Jeannette Leban; secretary, Mary
Lawrence; and Sandy Wilson,
Northwest Broward officers are:
president, Carolyn Rineman; vice
president, Judy Brown; secretary,
Natalie Fried; and Jane Sheppard,
Southwest Broward officers are:
Roslyn Hunsuckle, president; Sal Sally
ly Sally Elmore, vice president; Judy
Pugh, secretary, and Judy Young
Elected to represent Southeast
Broward were: Mary Kansevitch,
president; Shari Reiter, vice pre president;
sident; president; Lenore Rosenfeld, secret secretcry,
cry, secretcry, and Bette Neuhaus, treasur treasurer.
Grove Hall officers are: Rosie
Rawls, president; Sandy Sweitzer,
vice president; Mary Anne Ivey,
secretary; and Sarah Jenkins,
treasurer. Evelyn Podsiado is one
of the two WSA representatives; a
runoff election was held last night
bookkeeping that is necessary and
make it aa accurate as possible,
All articles except those found
since the beginning of the summer
session belong to Alpha Phi Ome Omega,
ga, Omega, Melvin said. The Old articles
are theirs to sell or auction or do
with as it chooses.*
between Cris Fleming and Judy
Lere to determine the other offic officer.
Mallory Hall officers are: Mari Marilyn
lyn Marilyn Covo, president; Suzanne
Smith, vice president; Virginia
Ferrer, secretary; Jean Holman,
treasurer, and Faye Cordeille and
Rosemary Gariano, WSA represen representatives.
Elected from Yulee Hall were:
Sandy Wein, president; Karen
Eilers, vice president; Carol Kay Kaywell,
well, Kaywell, secretary, Dee Bell, treasur treasurer,
er, treasurer, and Sue*Young and Cindy Bo Boner,
ner, Boner, WSA representatives.
Reid Officers are: Sylvia Kuri Kurisonis,
sonis, Kurisonis, president; Audrey Palmisa Palmisano,
no, Palmisano, vice president; Dawn Matt Mattson,
son, Mattson, secretary; Jane Burns, trea treasurer;
surer; treasurer; and Cris Burnside and Judy
Walden, WSA representatives.
Other committee chairmen were
elected to. represent each dormi-
A new one-sheet publication is
now on campus for the student
body. This bi-monthly is called the
UF Activities Calendar and is
issued jointly by the Public Func Functions
tions Functions & Lectures Committee and
the Board of Student Activities.
The new calendar will be given
to all department heads, fraterni fraternities,
ties, fraternities, sororities, and living units
throughout the campus. It is being
issued so that the student body and
faculty can receive a more order orderlywise
lywise orderlywise and uniform system of stu student
dent student activities, stated Jan Smith,
The calendar will cover every
function presented to the student
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Gator Staff Writer
A committee to investigate re requirements
quirements requirements of a 2.225 average for
selected student government posts
was appointed by the Legislative
Council Tuesday night.
Student Body President Bob
Park had asked the Council to in investigate
vestigate investigate the advantages and dis disadvantages
advantages disadvantages ot asu such a require requirement
ment requirement for major offices.
The Council also voiced its ac acceptance
ceptance acceptance of the fall election re results,
sults, results, despite disclosure that a
number of votes had been cast
Voting Booths Misplaced
Confusion occurred when voting
booths intended for the Colleges of
Law and Engineering were inter interchanged.
changed. interchanged. It was estimated that a
total of 21 votes were midcast but
the winning candidates were ek
ed by margins sufficient to render
the 21 votes ineffective.
The council approved the ap appointment
pointment appointment of four cabinet members
who had been serving unofficially
since the beginning of the fall se semester:
mester: semester: Judy Stiles, secretary of
solicitations; Wally Pope, secret secretary
ary secretary of labor; Ron Wiggington, sec secretary
retary secretary of school traditions; and
Paul Hendrick, secretary of pub public
lic public relations.
Budgets approved include the
Orange Peel and the student gov government
ernment government special fund.
Gator Hop Resolution
A resolution removing the opera operation
tion operation of the Gator Hop from the
hands of the Florida Union Board
and returning it to the student gov government
ernment government was adopted unanimous unanimously.
ly. unanimously. The Board has held no dances
to date and does not have the fin financial
ancial financial resources necessary for the
development of the project, it
The Board of Student Activities
Law, first passed by the Council at
last weeks meeting, was passed a
second time after being amended
to provide that the Student Activi Activities
ties Activities Board would have the sole
power to assign dates fior only ac activities
tivities activities requiring UF facilities.
Groups desiring- to use UF fa facilities
cilities facilities must make applications for
calendar dates prior to April 15 for
ths fall semester; November 1, for
the spring semester, and May 1 for
the summer session.
Staff Has Overtime Work
In Enqlish Dept. 'lceburg'
(EDITOR'S NOTE: In
this fourth part of a series
searching into crowded
conditions in tho College es
Arts and Sciences and Uni University
versity University College, the reporf reporf]
] reporf] er has researched the prob problems
lems problems of the Deportment of
By PAT TUNSTALL
Gator Editorial Assistant
An Iceberg thats how Dr. C.
A. Robertson, deportment head,
defines the current academic
administrative load in the Depart Department
ment Department of English.
Only about one tenth of the work
actually done by the staff is on
the surface, according to Robert Robertson.
Preparing research, graduate
student oral exams, advising
graduates and undergradu a t es,
and other over or extra time work
occupies the other nine-tenths of
the academic iceberg.
Theres so mic that stu students
dents students dont see, explained Ro Robertson,
bertson, Robertson, talking about file in inroads
roads inroads required committees, pub publicationsthe
licationsthe publicationsthe department pub publishes
lishes publishes the Southern Folklore
Journal quarterlyand scho scholarly
larly scholarly research, make In teach teaching
ing teaching time.
He repeated that this is not the
exclusive problem of the English
department, but that the graduate
Agricultural Chemistry Schedule
To Be Discontinued for Efficiency
The Department of Agricul Agricultural
tural Agricultural Chemistry will be discon discontinued
tinued discontinued in an effort towards in increased
creased increased UF efficiency, accord according
ing according to Dean of Academic Af Affairs
fairs Affairs Robert B. Mautz.
Bio-chemistry courses will be become
come become a part of the Department
of Bio-Chemistry in the Medical
Dean Mautz said Wednesday
that an undergraduate program
in the area of bio-chemistry will
be offered beginning this Feb February.
Courses in Chemistry and
Agricultural Chemistry whose
titles spell out Bio-Chemis Bio-Chemistry
try Bio-Chemistry are the only courses to be
Some of the other courses in
Plans for the first Freshman
Council meeting of the year, to be
at 7 p.m. Monday, were announced
Wednesday by Freshman Council
President Bill Nelson.
Nelson said the first meeting
would be based around an orienta orientation
tion orientation program with Student Body
President Bob Park, members oi
the student government cabinet,
past Freshman Counoil officers a
members of the faculty participat participating.
The orientation program will be
held in room 324 of the Florida Un Union
ion Union with a social session following
the business meeting.
Nelson said the Mondays meet meeting
ing meeting would be conducted in the
same spirit as the Freshman For Forums.
We hope that this Council wL-1
give the Freshman Class the rep representation
resentation representation it so vitally needs,
One representatives will be se selected
lected selected by each fraternity and so sorority
rority sorority on campus and other Coun Council
cil Council members will come from the
varied student living areas.
Nelson said the body would num number
ber number around 66.
In every town or city you
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This is it .
ORDERS TO TAKE OUT
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program is potentially a problem.
Out of Class
Seventy seven graduate stu students
dents students in English take, untold
hours, of out-of-class time.
Thee* students require extra
attention and *dvk*>, plus special
help when preparing theses er
W e have already raised our re requirements
quirements requirements for entrance to the
graduate school above the usual,
said Robertson and emphasized
that to maintain high standards,
the academic requirements may
again hav to be raised, unless in increased
creased increased faculty or space is avail available.
One Os The Finest
Stating that the UF English de department
partment department is one of the finest in
comparable schools, Robertson al also
so also tells of losing one of th* de departments
partments departments outstanding members.
The man who was well
known in the U.S. and in the
western scholarly world, had to
leave because he was offered a
job he could not turn down at
to or 50 per cent salary In Increase
crease Increase in another college.
We do not lose so many staff in
point of number, he said, but
when we do, we can not be sure
of getting another so good at
Strengthening Robertsons point
is Dr. W. T. Herbert, head of the
graduate department of English.
We are clearly in jeopardy of
losing fine staff members unless
the financial situation is remedi remedied.
Agricultural Chemistry will be
dropped or offered by other de departments,
partments, departments, according to Dean
Faculty will be retained but
switched to other departments
wherever this is feasible.
Dr. Frank W. Putnam, Head
of Bio-Chemistry in the Med
School, is endeavoring 'to in institute
stitute institute a doctor of philosophy
degree in the new program.
We hope this program will
make bio-chemistry courses
more widely available through throughout
out throughout the UF, said Dr. Putnam
Shortly we hope to receive
a quarter-million dollar grant
from the U.S. National Institute
of Health to aid us in this pro program,
gram, program, said Dr. Putpam.
Marina Band to Concert
The United States Marine Band,
directed by Lt. Col. Albert F.
Schoepper, will present a concert
at the UF Gymnasium, Thursday,
Oct. 20, at 8:15 p.m.
The program will include both
popular and classical selections by
Tschaikowsky, Wagner, Liszt,
Mascagni, and Morton Gould.
Admission to the general pub public
lic public is $2.
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In referring to the overall pro problem,
blem, problem, Herbert said that each de department
partment department of Arts and Sciences de depends
pends depends on the others. Re states that
English relies on Foreign Langu Languages
ages Languages and History, tor example.
Abeat the lees of faculty Her Herbert
bert Herbert emphasised that the inter,
dependence of departments Is
significant. He told of personal personally
ly personally taiktag to outstanding mem members
bers members of other departments whe
were offered good Jobe else elsewhere.
where. elsewhere. Some of these people
stayed, others left. **l am quite
concerned with mahitslaing the
high quality of the UF English
department ms weQ as the
standards of other related de departments.
Barring some universal disaster,
said Herbert, professors find them themselves
selves themselves in the peculiar position of
not having to look very far for a
Job. We recruit, he says, and
good people are naturally more
difficult to find!
The quality of the staff com coming
ing coming to the English department Is
perceptibly increasing, he says.
Hard To Keep Here
With other colleges offering Eng English
lish English and other Arts and Sciences
professors colossal salaries, the
problem most people are unaware
of Ur the difficulty in keeping them
He reassured, that two profes professors
sors professors he knew had been offered
headships or increased salaries at
other schools but stayed here.
They believe that the Univer University
sity University has potential, he said. But
unless the potential begins to
show soontheyll have to leave.
A man has to do something
more than get out and forage for
food all the time!
English professor Dr. R. A. Bry Bryan,
an, Bryan, teaches sophomore, junior and
senior level courses described the
numerical situation since his ar arrival
rival arrival at the UF thre e years ago.
19 in Books Class
Then I had 19 in my Great
Books class. Now there are over
There were then three 25-stu 25-student
dent 25-student section of on e coursp. There
are now five 35 member sections.
All of thse classes are taught
in the same rooms he began with.
Then I was advisor to per perhaps
haps perhaps 20 students. I expect now
to have aft least 40 to guide
through two yean of Arts and
Sciences. Bryans tale Is not
his exclusively. All of us do
work like this, he said. Then I
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there are student conferences.
Bryan has almost had to discon discontinue
tinue discontinue these special aids except
for perhaps 16 m totes confer-
He is also on seven departmen departmental
tal departmental committees and chairman of
Bryan emphasizes that he is not
an exception instructors in all
colleges are working under simi similar
lar similar conditions.
Os course I Just love my
Instructor, says n senior in
English, hut I feel sorry for
him because he Just doesnt
have enough time to any all he
Im taking to 100 level
course, complains a sophomore,
I get maybe ten minutes a month
to talk to my teacher!
All I Do Is Read
All I can do is read I never
get a chance to compare notes or
opinions with my teacher ex except
cept except on tests! said a student tak taking
ing taking electives in English.
On space: In the Department
of English, located at the dark
end of the second floor of An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, are four offices the
department heads; two advisors
and tiie office of the graduate
student head. The head aecrc aecrctary
tary aecrctary and a stenographer also
have desks in the book-lined
This department offices was con converted
verted converted from a former class classroom.
In the offices of the instructors
are usually two to four desks
with an instructor student confer conference,
ence, conference, which the department en encourages,
courages, encourages, going on at each desk.
Cacaphony is rampant stu students
dents students hear the wrong instructor
communication in this situation If
almost as difficult as in classes.
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By JACKIE OQUIN
Gator Society Editor
Greeks are putting the finish finishing
ing finishing touches qn their party prepara preparations
tions preparations as Dakota Staton and Char Charlie
lie Charlie Spivak are en route to enter entertain
tain entertain at the campus-wide dance in
Teps ave gone all out fhor this
weekend occasion, and their theme
will be the Rise of Rome.;
Dinner at the Country Club will
set the atmosphere before the
LF.C.s semi-formal dance at the
gym tonight. Saturday, lunch at
the Tep Casa and dinner after the
game. A casual dance in the eve evening
ning evening featuring Manzy Harris and
SAEs are providing their own
party tonight with the Blue Rock Rockets.
SAE brother Mo Allen will sing
at intermission, accompanied by
Jim Smathers, Dennis Mark, and
Glenn Cox. The party will be semi semiformal
formal semiformal and closed.
Pikes start off tonight with a
Bag Party as the dates pro provide
vide provide the Pikes costumes and the
Pikes provide dates costume.
Louis Candy and his big five will
set the musical scene. Saturday
its Charlie at the gym.
Sunday dinner will top off the
Sig Eps are slating a semi semiformal
formal semiformal dinner tonight and a late
date at the house will follow.
Lunch and dinner at the house
Saturday will be followed by a
casual blast. Louis Candy wjll pro provide
vide provide the music.
Kappa Sigs have entitled this
first annual Playboy Weekend,
end they will begin with a pre prefrolics
frolics prefrolics formal buffet.
Saturday night the V-Notes
will appear for the Playboy Party.
After attending the Frolics
dance tonight, Saturday the Tekes
will accompany the Teke bell to
Saturday night the Tekes will at attend
tend attend a semi-formal party at their
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house, with the music of Jack
Kay and The Highwaymen, the
Tekes own band.
Phi Gams will dance to the
strains of a seven-piece College
Rings orchestra tonight.
A social hour will preceed the
I.F.C. Dance at the Chi Phi house
tonight, with Bill Byers and band
providing informal entertainment
after the dance.
Chi Phis will be in the Dog Dogpatch
patch Dogpatch Saturday night with the Col Collegiates
legiates Collegiates with vocalist Vivian Holt
providing the music.
Frolics for the Betas will start
out tonight with a sack party.
Music will be furnished by the
By SUE ALLEN CAUTHEN
Gator Staff Writer
Activities at the various student
centers will slow down temporari temporarily
ly temporarily this weekend to step aside for
the fun of Frolics. Shortly the tem tempo
po tempo will resume as new innovations
appear among standard listings
for next weeks schedules.
BAPTIST STUDENT CENTER:
The Center will be open Friday
night to those who with or with without
out without dates, would like to drop in
for homemade ice cream. The ice
cream freeze is open to the pub public.
lic. public. The BSU State Convention is
to be held October 21, 22, and
23 at Stetson University. The re registration
gistration registration fee of one dollar can be
paid at the center. Vespers is
Tuesday and Thursday evenings at
five-thirty. Fellowship, 8 p.m.,
CATHOLIC STUDENT CEN CENTER:
TER: CENTER: The Newman Club will meet
RELIGIOUS CENTER NEWS
Frolics Slows Activities,
New Schedules Planned
A dinner banquet at the Park
Inn Restaurant wall start Phi Ep
activity tonight. The Phi Eps plan
a/Beat Em Commodores party
this evening, with a nautical
The Ocala Rhythm Rockers,
has been imported for the occa occasion.
sion. occasion. Guest of honor will be Dream
Girl Sharo" Pennan.
Delta Sigma Phis will hold an
early morning breakfast after the
big dance tonight. Saturday night,
the Roadrunners Combo will
highlight their Sailors Ball.
Sigma Kappa's weekly coffee
hours, have been changed from
Tuesday to Monday night at 9:00.
at 7:30 p.m. Sunday. Monday 7
p.m., Father Peter Dolan will be
the guest speaker for a lecture
entitled, The Classical Heritage
of the Church. The Information Informational
al Informational class meeting will be Tuesday
at 7:30 p.m.
EPISCOPAL STUDENT CEN CENTER:
TER: CENTER: Special announcement is
made of the facilities available for
children who would like to attend
church school. Classes met at
11 a.m. on Sundays and are open
to children nursery-age through
fifth grade. An invitation is ex extended
tended extended to parents to bring the chil children
dren children this Sunday.
Challenges of Faith
LUTHERAN STUDENT CEN CENTER:
TER: CENTER: The Sunday night program
will place emphasis on the sub subject
ject subject Challenges of Faith. An
open invitation is extended to all
for the evening supper at 5:30 p.m.
CENTER: Sunday's program will
give precedence to the once a amonth
month amonth student directed services
at the downtown First Presbyter Presbyterian
ian Presbyterian Church. The previously plan planned
ned planned Friday night party has been
cancelled in order to avoid con conflicts
flicts conflicts with weekend festivities.
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By ROBBIE FLEISCHMA?
Gator Staff Writer
Those who prefer flickers to
Frolics this weekend can choose
between a morbid masterpiece
and a soggy social dilemma.
The House of Usher, current currently
ly currently at the Florida, is a classic
chiller by that master of the ma macabre,
cabre, macabre, JEdgard Allan Poe. The
story centers about a decaying
mansion and its batty occupants,
most of whom consist mainly of
Price As Usher
Vincent Price stars as the man maniacal
iacal maniacal Roderick Usher, and Mark
Damon plays Philip Winthrop, the
lone sane character in the group.
Myma Fahey, as Madeline, ex experiences
periences experiences such delights as being
hurried alive and being roasted
in the parlor. A fistful of spooks
is also included in the cast.
Airborne suspense is the theme
of The Croweded Sky, which
will begin on Sunday at the Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. This one is two planes travel traveling
ing traveling toward each other in the same
As disaster approaches, the au audience
dience audience is treated to glimpses of
the incredibly tangled lives of the
I Passed For White
Rhonda Fleming, Dana An Andrews,
drews, Andrews, and Efrem Zimbalist Jr.
I Passed for White, now at
the State, deals with the touchy
subject of miscegenation.
Sonya Wilde stars as a fair fairskinned
skinned fairskinned NegTo who marries a
white man (James Franciscus)
and is then faced with the task
of keeping her race a secret.
Everythings fine until the inevit inevitable
able inevitable pregnancy occurs, placing
our heroine in a very precarious
Beginning Tuesday, the State
will present Fever Heat. Its
the work of Auguste le Breton,
who has been called the French
Mickey Spillane, a title were
r.ot going to dispute. I
The stars are Isabel Corey and
New Procedure Rules
(EDITOR'S NOTE: This
is the complete list of
changes in procedure
adopted by the Honor
Court lost week in on ef effort
fort effort to streamline its activ activity.
ity. activity. The student body con constitution
stitution constitution stipulates that the
Alligator publish oil such
The following is the text of the Honor
Court constitutional revisions which were
adopted last week:
In compliance with Constitutional pro provisions.
visions. provisions. these rules must be published
in the Alligator, as a legal notice.
Rule IAdoption of Rules (Art. IV, Sec.
a. These rules are adopted in compli compliance
ance compliance with Act IV Section 412 (5) of the
Student Body Constitution.
b. These rules are to be effective im immediately
mediately immediately upon adoption by the Chan Chancellor
cellor Chancellor and seven justices of the Honor
c. Ali previous rules of procedure are
void, and of no effect.
d. These rules shall be made known
to all Honor Court officials, to the ac accused,
cused, accused, and defense counsel. These rules
are public records and open to the
Rule 2Bad Checks:
a. Form letter and record form. File
alphabetically by month.
b. Justice takes letter to student. Jus Justice
tice Justice calls merchant after 43 hours. If
pay received, so marked. If not paid,
have contempt proceeding.
c. Justice with office hours responsible
for bad checks day of office hours.
a. Any student violating Act IV, Section
407 by cheating shall be tried by the
Honor Court for the offense.
b. Cheating is defined as: the render rendering
ing rendering of any information calculated to
wrongly-illegally help another with a quiz,
test, or a final on the taking of any
information calculated to wrongly-il wrongly-illegally
legally wrongly-illegally help another with a quiz, test, or
c. Cheating is also rendering, taking,
or giving information calculated to wrong wrongly-illegally
ly-illegally wrongly-illegally help another in the prepara preparation
tion preparation of any academic papers with the
value of a test, quiz, or final.
d. All parties aiding in the rendering,
taking, or giving of wrongful information,
shall be liable as a principal agent, and
subject to the same renalty as a princi principal
pal principal offender.
e. The court upon advise from the
Chancellor may and Will decide the issue
of cheating if included in this section
bat always has the authority to classi classify
fy classify it as it sees fit.
a. The taking of the property of ano another
ther another without consent of the owner is
stealing, as covered in Art. IV Section
407 of the University of Florida Student
b. The refusing to return property
with a reasonable time after request by
the owner or valid possessor, is steal stealing
ing stealing under the Honor Code.
c. The malicious destruction, or ordamaging
damaging ordamaging of the property of another,
without consent of the owner in posses possession
sion possession is punishable as a violation under
Section 4Q7. (3e).
a. The justices may, upon recommenda recommendation
tion recommendation of the Chancellor, by a majority
vote, approve reprimands or loss of credit
for behavior in contempt of the Honor
Court in its proceedings. Penalties
levied under the authority of this section
may be appealed to the Honor Court
Board of Masters.
The powers of the Honor Court shall
include the power to require witnesses
to appear, but no witness be required
to testify against himself.
b. Note Rule Letter of notification
of bad check is a Court Order re refusal
fusal refusal will result in a contempt proceeding
against the violator.
e. AH persons taking part in an Honor
Court proceeding, or under the Honor
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Code, are subject to the jurisdiction of
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d. No counsel may represent anyone
before the Honor Court unless:
1. The counsel is a student under juris jurisdiction
diction jurisdiction of the court, or
2 The defendant will sign a written state statement
ment statement accepting all penalty assesses his
counsel for contempt of court proceeding
Rule 6Pre-trial Procedure:
a. The Chancellor shall cause to be
investigated all charges of violation to
the Honor Code.
b. A staff working under an Attorney
General shall gather all facts pertinent
to the charge.
c. There shall be a hearing whereat
the Attorney General and Defense submit
a stipulation of facts to the investigating
justice for presentation to the court.
d. The Investigating Justice shall ap appear
pear appear before the. Chancellor and thereat
the Chancellor shall determine if there
is sufficient ground for a trial.
e. Defense has the right to be present
at all hearings, and be heard at all
f. If there is sufficient ground for trial,
Chancellor shall docket defendent and
serve summons and flag his records.
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a. The summons shall be issued for
cause by the Chancellor in the usual
b. Failure to answer summons without
just and cogent reasons will be an act in
contempt of the Honor Court.
Rule BTrial Procedure:
a. The Clerk shall call the court to
order upon entry by the Chancellor and
thereafter, the Chancellor shall open
the court for business.
b. The fclerk shall call the cases in
order of the Official Docket.
c. The Clerk shall arraign the accused
before the court for idea. The defendant
may plea guilty, not guilty, or defer
plea until later. If plea is deferred,
the clerk shall enter a plea of not
guilty, which may be changed by motion,
at a later time in the trial, if motion
granted by the court.
d. The Chancellor then will pursue to
the trial by:
1. Receiving the support of the Investi Investigating
gating Investigating Justice.
2. Witness testimony shall be deposition
and stipulated fact statements, written
or transcribed from tape unless by leave
3. Each side will be allowed a 3 minute
summation. First, defense then Honor
Court Attorney General.
4. Recess for the verdict.
5. Verdict and-or penalty with or without
recommendation for removal of verdict
from permanent record.
e. Verdict must be by 7 votes. Penalty
must be by 7 votes. Quorum must be
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f. Defendent may waive any and all
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to quorum and vote for conviction and
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1. By written stlpuation or
* By reason of failure to appear tor
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Do We Sink Or Swim?
A man, unable to swim, fell over overboard
board overboard into the sea.
Help, he knew, was long moments
away. His life during that span
depended on his actions. If he pan panicked
icked panicked or simply, hopelessly did noth nothing,
ing, nothing, he would die. If, by treading wa water
ter water calmly and calling for help, he
fought to stay alive, he would be
waiting when his rescuers arrived.
THIS UNIVERSITY, of necessity,
must embark on a concerted and uni unified
fied unified project of,self help.
Help, from the upper reaches of the
state legislature, is slow in coming.
Perhaps the gentlemen in Tallahassee
have not been properly enlightened,
as yet, as to the gravity or importance
of our problems here.
Obviously, then, our Operation
Self Help must have a two-fold ap approach.
WE MUST not only do what we can,
here at home, to better what we al already
ready already have; we must make it clear to
the purse holders WHYin the midst
of a campus unexcelled in the South
for sheer attractiveness, size and ap apparent
parent apparent prosperity all rolled up into
onewe are failing the students, the
faculty and the state at large in the
quest for the highest quality of educa education
tion education attainable.
It is difficult to understand the re reluctance
luctance reluctance of the men in the capital to
come througheven at the expense
of other areas of the states needs needswith
with needswith more funds for higher education.
SURELY there cannot possibly be
a better investment of the publics
money than in this field.
The eventual profits to be gained
by society through the growing acquis acquisition
ition acquisition of trained scholars and highly
educated average citizens reach not
only greater monetary heights a
highly popular but nevertheless be beclouded
clouded beclouded consideration these days
but they transcend even these mater materialistic
ialistic materialistic motivations and produce a pop populace
ulace populace bestowed with healthy, devel developed
oped developed minds, charged with ideas and
prepared to better meet lifes chal challenges
lenges challenges than their predecessors.
WHAT CAUSE is more noble than
None, we say, . but nevertheless
this cause is suffering, it is going beg begging.
Certainly there is no scarcity of ap appeals.
peals. appeals. These comments, if nothing
else, are grossly repetitious.
The history of pleas and rejections
in the field of higher education in this
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state has all the monotony of a
cracked phonograph record.
WELL, all charities set higher goals
than they plan to reach. The point is,
this is not a charity. This is dollars dollarsand-cents
and-cents dollarsand-cents investment, with a guaran guaranteed
teed guaranteed return of much much more.
And further, this University has
probably never in its history asked for
more money than it has needed and
it has never} so far as we know, got gotten
ten gotten all that it asked.
We are headed into a biennium that
has been variously labeled as crisis,
make or break, do or die.
NO, we wont die if we dont get
what we need. But it is seriously as asserted
serted asserted that another two-year mediocre
handout will place this University into
a position where, comparatively
speaking, we may never catch up with
our bracket competition.
Now, our task lies before us. Ob Obviously,
viously, Obviously, what is needed if we are to
be successful is a new front of undi undivided
vided undivided effort and purpose from each
THERE ARE individuals on this
campus working day and night to con conquer
quer conquer the odds. Their efforts may go
to waste, if not for other reasons, then
for these two: A lack of help for
them, and a lack of understanding
In the face of crisis, its time not
only for more, numerically, to do their
part; its time for the lions to lay
down with the lambs.
THE LIBERALS have got to be will willing
ing willing to conserve a little, and the con conservatives
servatives conservatives have got to face up to the
need for some concessions. The stand standpatters
patters standpatters have got to kick a bit and the
wild horses have got to consent to a
degree of bridling.
We are, after all, all aiming at the
This crisis, while a curse by its im implications,
plications, implications, is a blessing in disguise in
this regard: There has never been a
greater opportunity than at this mo moment
ment moment for all of us here to take part in
furthering this Universitys climb up
NEVER HAVE there been so many
avenues of approach open to so many,
not only to help ourselves, but to so solicit
licit solicit aid from without as well.
In the interests of morale, we must
remain proud of what we have, but
we must exploit all our resources in
the interest of betterment.
The man is overboard. Do we sink
or swim ?
I AM UNDERSTANDING
TbOR PROBLEMS ARE MY PROBLEMS
I WILL 6E UKE A SECOND FATHER I
1b Tt>o, EXCEPT THAT MY ADVICE (jJIU- 1
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Fhow lets start
L Beginning, and for heavens sake
[STOP TALKIN6 LIKE A NUT/
Who# To Do Til The Legislature Comes
letters to the Editor
Leave Boos in The Bars
Listening to the Fla.-Rice game
Saturday night, one heard a dis disgusting
gusting disgusting and disturbing sound,
i.e., the boing of Florida fans
as Coach Graves substituted
THIS SAME low element ex expression
pression expression of opinion disturbed
me, and others, at the two vic victorious
torious victorious home games.
What kind of vicious, pervert perverted
ed perverted animosity is this? The Gator
coach, an expert interested m
winning, makes a move calcu calculated
lated calculated to assist this aim, Im Immediately,
QUOTES FROM QUINCY
You're As Lovely As Your
Nome/ Sindy Brello (Ugh)
By GARY PEACOCK
Sindy Brella was a sorority
girl. She was lovely. She was en enchanting.
chanting. enchanting. She smoked cigarettes
and dipped snuff.
Then the mic- PEACOCK
robes ascend ascending
ing ascending from her esophagus were
mentholated and smelled much
Usually Sindy was happy. To Tonight
night Tonight she was not.
Frolics without a date, you
Oh she could have a date,
really she could have. But she
had put off accepting a date
until HE called. Many had call called;
ed; called; some as early as two weeks
before. But she knew HE would
callshe just knew HE would.
SINDY was sad. Everyone
else in the Nu Nu Nu House felt
for her, but they werent sad.
Their HE had called. Sindy was
sad though. Her HE hadnt call called.
ed. called. She hadnt been this broken brokenhearted
hearted brokenhearted since Orientation Group
No. 96 met for the last time.
The other girls had begun to
bathe and dress. Sindy just
sat around and mopped the
phone booth floor. She was
dressed, but hadnt taken a
bath in two weeks.
FINALLY, one of her sorority
sisters couldnt stand it anymore
and went to Sindy and
handed her a mans deodorant.
Sindy used it and she smelled
But HE still hadnt called.
She tried to think of times
when she had been happy. That
would make things better. Yes,
she remembered the time she
got a Pepsi Cola Merit Award.
And the time her senior class
voted her MOST ATHLETIC.
And that first coffee date at
the d. And when she was a
freshman and got asked to
FSUs homecoming. And the
night she did 64 push-ups at the
Freshman Talent Show. Those
were the good days.
Today was a bad day. HE
SHE VENTURED over to the
phone booth to wait. Soon Moth Mother
er Mother Hi*bard brought her a glass
of chocolate goats milk and
tried to comfort her.
It- was not use. HE hadnt
Suddenly a green cloud en enveloped
veloped enveloped Mother Hubbard. She
smiled. Sindy chuckled, but she
was really scared. Sindy didnt
know what to do. What had hap happened
pened happened to Mother Hubbard? Then
she remembered that the
Reitz Memo No. 27 said that
magic things could happen
when coeds were in despair.
Mother Hubbard had changed
into a Fairy Housemother!
HELLO my dear. Id like to
help you out of the terrible mess
mediately, Immediately, a presumptious por portion
tion portion of the Florida rooting sec section
tion section expresses its opinion of
coach and sub with a Bronx
HAD I thought about it at all,
I would have assumed the Uni University
versity University community to have cer certain
tain certain cultural and sporting stan standards,
dards, standards, not typified by this sort
Lets get these yokels in our
midst to stay in their bars or
sit on the shady side of the
stadium on Saturday afternoon.
ED BLAISDELL, 6 ED
youve gotten yourself into,
Mother Hubbard, whats hap happened
pened happened to you? You look magi magical,
cal, magical, Sindy said.
I am your Fairy Housemoth Housemother.
er. Housemother. I dont like to have my girls
and I want to help
you, she said.
Just get HE to me. Iwant
to go to Frolics with HE!
Dont fret, my dear. Go look
out the window.
Sindy ran to the window and
threw up the gash and stuck her
head out to see. But the window
fell on her outstretched neck
and she had to start all over
again. It was worth it though,
'for she saw what she had want wanted
ed wanted to see.
WHAT in front of her wonder wondering
ing wondering eyes should appear, but a
little white Volkswagen drawn
by eight tiny rainfrogs.
And out of the VW came HE.
HE had come at last.
HE was dressed in a dinner
jacket and a pair of Madras
shorts with his shirt hanging out
And his shower clogs were the
finest the Gator Sport Shop had
to sell. HE was indeed hand handsome.
Sindy ran up to her Fairy
Housemother and asked her to
say some mystic words so she
could look like going to Frolics.
Her Fairy Housemother did so
and then changed back into
sweet old Mother Hubbard.
OFF THEY WENT with HE
driving and Sindy sitting on two
of his rainfrogs. They were both
At Frolics, they drove up to
.the front door of the gym. Bea Beacon
con Beacon lights were shinning every everywhere
where everywhere and sending little pictures
of Batman into the sky. Woody
was there and Sindy and HE
smiled for him. GGG was
there also, telling everybody
how many minutes it was be before
fore before Frolics started.
And a GUI member was sell selling
ing selling black market Frolics tic tickets
kets tickets in the bushes.
THE HAPPY couple went in,
danced once, and went to the
basement for a chocolate goats
milk. Soon they were lost in
love for one another. Chocolate
goats milk has strange effects
on those in love.
Then a GONG GONG GONG
GONG GONG GONG GONG
GONG GONG GONG GONG
GONG echoed throughout the
campus. And Sindy knew her
time had come.
She woke up and found her herself
self herself in the Nu Nu Nu phone
booth with half a glass of cho chocolate
colate chocolate goats milk in her hand.
And she realized she had dream dreamed
ed dreamed it all.
THEN the phone rang.
Nu Nu Nu, How are you?
Oh Im sorry. I was trying
to get the Peachtree Palace,
a mysterious voice said.
Sindy hung up and began to
cry. But she cheered up a title
when she remembered HC '6o
And if HE didnt call by then,
there was always Spring Fro Frolics.
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Pres. Reiti Endorses
(Continued from Page ONE)
It in gratifying to those who
are laboring to provide Florida
with an outstanding educational
institution here at Gainesville to
see the well-planned approach you
and your co-workers are making
to the important challenge! that
lie ahead, the letter continued.
Please be assured that you
may have my complete support in
every aspect of your program,
the letter concluded.
Strawn Expresses Gratitude
Bureau Chairman Dave Strawn
expressed gratitude to the sup support
port support given to the revised program
by Dr. Reitz, student leaders, and
the students who have indicated a
desire to participate in the pro program.
President Reitz's letter indi indicates
cates indicates complete acceptance of the
new ideas with which the Speakers
Bureau is working, Strawn said.
I am happy that the new pro program
gram program has the support of campus
If the student body will give
us its cooperation and assistance,
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FBK SIGNUP SOON
Deadine for submitting appli applications
cations applications for Florida Blue Key is
5 p.m. Friday Nov. 14, it was
announced this week. Applica Applications
tions Applications are available at the Flori Florida
da Florida Union information desk.
Requirements for Blue Key
include participation in U least
three extra-curricular activities,
with outstanding achievement
A by-law change allows trans transfer
fer transfer students to use activities at
their former school to fulfill one
of requirements, providing at
least one activity was in the
field of service.
For Orange Bowl
The Orange Bowl Queen and
her court will be selected soon to
reign over the 37th annual Or Orange
ange Orange Bowl Celebration. Applica Applications
tions Applications are being accepted now.
The contest is open to all un unmarried
married unmarried Florida residents and girU
from other states currently at attending
tending attending Florida schools. Profes Professional
sional Professional models are eligible but pro professional
fessional professional entertainers are not. The
age bracket is 18 through 24 years
of age as of November 14, 1960.
Former princesses can compete
only for the Queens title. Excep Exceptions
tions Exceptions cannot be made to the rules
or entry requirements.
Candidates are to submit three
retouched, eight by ten-inch gloe
sy photographs. They should be
(1) head shot (2) full length in
street or evening wear (3) : .n
swimming or shorts ensemble.
Accompanying the photos must
be personal data including name,
age, height, weight, color of
hair and eye*, bust-watst-hip
measurements, schools attend attended,
ed, attended, activities, organizations,
bobbies, ambitions, name and
address of parents, and other
facts of possible interest to the
Minors must have written per permission
mission permission from their parents or
guardians to enter the contest an 1
ti ke part in the Festival if choe-m
as queen or one of the princesses.
Mail or deliver all entries to: Or-
UF Cuban Students Organize
Democratic Revolutionary Front
By HARVEY GOLDSTEIN
Gator Staff Writer
UF Cuban students who are
anti-communists and anti-Castro
have organized a branch of the
Student Committee of the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic Revolutionary Front to in inform
form inform UF students about commu communism
nism communism in the Castro regime.
Fernando Gimenez, the groups
secretary of propaganda, said the
DRF is the organization which
has assumed the leadership and
direction of the struggle against
It has local groups in Miami,
New York, Mexico, Guatemala,
Fifty per cent of the UF Cuban
students have given moral sup support
port support to the group but most have
asked that they remain anonym anonymous
ous anonymous because they have families
back in Cuba.
Gimenez said the students were
not Batista men and that most of
the students favored parts of the
Revolution, but felt the commu communists
nists communists had taken control of it.
He said Castros relation with
Russia, his attacks on the U.S.,
and his almost complete nation nationalization
alization nationalization of Cubas economy illus illustrate
trate illustrate the communistic influence
Phon Being Fixed,
Vandals Still Sought
Phones in Hume Hall are gradu gradually
ally gradually being reutilised after an out outbreak
break outbreak of vandalism two weeks ago.
Six of the original 14 phones are
F. G. McGill, head resident
counselor, said that two telephones
were taken from Hume perman permanently
ently permanently because of the damage. No
one has yet been apprehended for
th destruction which has caused
much inconvenience to both resi residents
dents residents and outside callers.
UF*# Mias Nancy Wake Wakefield
field Wakefield did it leaf year when
she took the 1959 Miss
Orange Bowl title. This
year another coed from
Gator City might con continue
tinue continue her achievement
and parade across the
ange Bowl Queen Contest. 615 S.W.
Second Ave., Miami 36, Florida.
Visit Miami Twice
The Queen and four Princesses
contract with the Orange Bowl
Committee to give all of their
time to the Festival from Dec. 26
through Jan. 2. They will then be
flown back to Miami to appear at
the National Football League Pro
Playoff Classic in the .Orange
Bowl January 7.
Deadline for entering the con contest
test contest is October 29, 1960. Judges
will select the semi-finalists from
submitted material and invite
them for a full day of interviews.
The group plan* to show mo movies,
vies, movies, arrange lectures, and visit
fraternity houses to tell American
students what the consequences
of a red regime are to the U.S.
To raise funds the group is sell selling
ing selling a book, Traicion or Treason
by Manual F. Artime, a former
lieutenant in the rebel army.
Other students will be asked
to join the group in the future,
The next meeting of the stu students
dents students will be held Monday night
in Peabody Hall.
One student was expelled and
four were suspended indifinltely
four were suspended indefinitely
by UF officiate today for their
part in taking furniture from a
dormitory on the University cam campus,
pus, campus, Oct. 6;
The action was approved by UF
President Dr. J. Wayne Reitz
upon recommindation of Dr. Dud Dudleys
leys Dudleys E. South, chairman of the
Universitys Faculty Discipline
Committee. The nine-man com committee
mittee committee makes recommendations
to the president on casea of
serious student misconduct.
When a student is expelled, he
can not reenter the University of
Florida. When suspended, a stu student
dent student may apply to reenter after
the period of suspension.
Earl Stark, Robert Claeys, John
Hesmer and Kaye Pearson were
suspended for an indefinite period
and cannot apply for admission to
the University before Aug. 15,
Morris Proenza, already on pro probation
bation probation by the dean of mens office
since March, 1959, for incidents
of misconduct in a dormitory, was
Workshop To Bo Hold
A leadership workshop for new
hall officers in the womens dormi dormitories,
tories, dormitories, will b e held Monday night,
October 17, in Rawlings Hall.
The workshop will begin with a
reception at 6:46 p.m., and at 7:15
Dean of Academic Affairs Robert
B. Mautz, will speak to the new
The workshop session to ac acquaint
quaint acquaint the officers with their du duties
ties duties and the goals of the office will
begin at 7:45.
PARTS FOR ALL
MAKES AND MODELS
WRECKED CARS fr
"WHAT PART DO
WE SPECIALIZE IN PARTS
FROM LATE MODEL WRECKS
WE BUY WRECKS
1 Milo West of
American students are naive
politically, said Erminto Portel
Vila, UF profeasor of history, in
a panel discussion Wednesday
night on the State of Latin Amer American
ican American Affairs.
Students in the United States
were labeled apathetic to politics
by Tony Maingot, graduate stu student
dent student In the College of Law. who
also ruled cut the possibility of
a ariton between Latin America
and United States students in the
interests of lessening conditions
for leftism in Latin America.
On the panel sponsored by the
Latin American Club. Gamez, ex-
Minister of Education in Costa
Rica; and Dr. Karl Moses, UF
professor of government.
Dr. Walter Payne, history pro professor
fessor professor and moderator, opened the
program commemorating Colum Columbus
bus Columbus Day by comparing Columbus
and his motives to current astra astraunots.
unots. astraunots. Columbus opened the
ocean bom phase of history which
the world will be in until space
is conquered, said Payne.
On the other issues, Vila ex expressed
pressed expressed the conviction that Com Communism
munism Communism will spread, not only in
Latin America, but in the United
States, if Fidel Castro continues
Dr. Moses, in answer to a ques question
tion question from the floor, named the
U. S. governments greatest mis mistake
take mistake in the past eight years as
the failure to try to understand
problems of Latin American
VIE IN DEBATES
Young Democrats for Nixon
and Students for Kennedy will
vie in a debate Sunday, October
The debate will take place at
7 p.m. in room 324 of the Flor Florida
ida Florida Union and will be a con continuation
tinuation continuation of the series current currently
ly currently running in the Alligator on
these candidates. Probable
speakers will be Charley Wells,
Bruce Louden, John Moore and
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Lester L. Hale hale
at the Presidents' Retreat,
By LESTER L. HALE
Dean of Student Affairs
There must be thoughtful ami
comprehensive consideration of the
drinking* problem as an issue of
personal health, moral integrity,
and total campus concern.
This is not a problem that is
isolated tc any one group or to any
one university or to any one part
of the country. We have a national
problem, social mores, hidden dan dangers,
gers, dangers, and acute conduct by- pro products
ducts products of the drinking habits that
must be understood and thought
through very carefully as a total
university problem if we are to
find any realistic but real inroad
into this matter.
We must develop better person personal
al personal counselling and positive disci discipline.
The Dean of Men and Dean of
Womens Office spend a large part
of their time in dealing with the
students. Our staff goes to the
hospitals, the jails, the infirmary,
the residence halls and any place
where a person is in difficulty in
order to be of assistance to him.
Our office hours are filled with
conferences on matters of very
personal nature. There is no ques question
tion question in my mind but what students
_ and particularly the evident stu student
dent student leaders are engaged con constantly
stantly constantly in the matter of personal
(It is sometimes unfortunate that
students engage in aca dem i c
counselling and advising as to
choice of courses and curricula
when they are not the best inform informed
ed informed on the subject.)
Sometimes Students Best
But in the matter of personal
counselling, sometimes the student
counselor is the best counselor if
The Florid* Alligator, Friday, Oct. 14, 1960
he m conscientious and knows
what it is all about At any rate,
all of us must do all we can to
constantly be on the alert and
sensitive to the needs of the other
fellow that we may be of service
to him whan he needs us.
It is said that you can fool
some of the people all of the
time, and all of the people some
of the time, but you cant fool
all of the people all of the time.
I have thought of that often
with respect to personal counsel counselling
ling counselling and it can certainly be said,
Some of the students must be
counselled all of the time and all
of th e students must be Counselled
some of the time but certainly all
of the students do not need to be
counselled all of the time! But
let each of us be available when
we are needed.
Dean Just Disciplines?
Several years ago I was very
sensitive when a person said to
me, all the Dean of Men does is
I no longer feel sensitive on this
point because I know that prac practically
tically practically all that we do is discipline
of a positive nature. In personal
work we are as concerned as
anyone on campus that students
develop self discipline and their
subject matter disciplines whether
they be scientific in nature or in
the humanities or art.
This is what the university is all
about. We are learning the disci disciplines
plines disciplines of life, academic and per personal.
And thi* Dean does stand for
discipline. Unfortunately, some sometimes
times sometimes discipline has to be of a
negative nature because someone
has gotten behind or out-of-line or
a distorted misunderstanding of
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his responsibilities. One never
knows exactly who these people"
are who need this type of coun counseling
seling counseling or disciplining unless we
have a well-defined community or organisation.
Lends, Doesn't Hinder
The ground rules, or umpire de decisions,
cisions, decisions, or positive disciplines in
other words, is the organisation
which leads us to good counselling
rather than hinders it. When choa choatic
tic choatic permisaivness exists, it is har harder
der harder to tell where the trouble lies.
But when a person won't fol follow
low follow well-defined rules nor accept
decisions, then you know how to
counsel whom. So I say again, we
need to develop better personal
counselling and to maintain posi positive
tive positive discipline and organisation in
order that we will know how to
help those who need us most.
These complete 10 of our inter internal
nal internal problems; there are others. I
have selected these for our discus discussion
sion discussion at this conference because
they appear to be 10 of the most.
important ones that have consum consumed
ed consumed my own personal attention.
Must Work Together
These are problems that ean
and will be resolved by responsible
student leadership working as stu student
dent student administrators along aside
the faculty administrators.
The.se difficulties can be solved
and the answers found only by
such cooperative effort. We have
the will and we know the way if
we can but find the time.
Let us not falter nor be afraid
but stand up to our responsibilities
as student and faculty leaders and
work together towards the high
goats and ideals we have before
UF Seeks to Scuttle Vandy
In Important SEC Contest
By ROBERT GREEN
Gator Sports Writer
Floridas Gators, smarting from
their 10-0 upset loss to Rice last
week, will try to get back on the
winning track this Saturday as
they host three-time loser Vander Vanderbiit.
The SEC grid contest looms as
an important game for both
squads. Hot and cold Florida needs
to show they can snap out of their
Luckless Vanderbilt is still seek seeking
ing seeking its initial victory at the young
Remember Last Year
Last year at Nashville, the Com Commodores
modores Commodores presented the Gators
with their first defeat, breaking a
three-game winning skein. Vander-
Cagers to Start
The UF basketball squad trill
hold their first practice of the
season Saturday morning in the
The Gators will be under the
guidance of a new coach this
year, Norman Sloan formerly
of The Citadel.
Heading the team this winter
will be veterans Bobby Shiver
and Cliff Luke and service re returnee
turnee returnee La Merchant. Shiver, a
high-scoring guard, tallied a 17.5
per game average last year.
Merchant averaged 30 points per
game in file service.
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bilt carried a three-loss record into
the tile, identical with this years.
In the hard-fought series, Vandy
has 5 victories, Florida 4, and one
game ended in a M deadlock.
Key Flayers: Lost
Commodore coach Art Guepe
lost several key players from his
5-3-2 team of 1359. But the squad
is bolstered by speedy halfback
Charley Funk and powerful Bobby
A deceptive triple-threat is
quarterback Russ Norris.
Anchoring the Tennesseans line
are center Cody Binkly, who plays
around the clock; guard John
Cropp;, and Captain Fred Riggs.
The Orange and Blue suffered
PDT, Pi Kappa Phi Cop Trophies
Track Takes Over Next Week
A rugged Phi Delt team out outclassed
classed outclassed the SAE Lionmen, 20-2, to
run away with the water-basket water-basketball
ball water-basketball championship in the Orange
League. Ed Seay and Bill Gridley
led PDT to their second consecu consecutive
tive consecutive trophy in this sport.
Pi Kappa Phi edged the surging
Lam da Chi Alpha aggregation,
14-12, in a thrilling battle to bring
various injuries during the Rice
game and the presence of several
players Saturday is doubtful.
Nursing bruises are center Bruce
Culpepper and end Billy Cash.
Cash is responsible tor two field
goals in previous frays.
A severe blow to Gator hopes
was the loss of sophomore half halfback
back halfback Dick Skelly, who reinjured
his right knee in Thursdays prac practice.
tice. practice. Skelly will probably be out
for the rest of the year.
The Saurians will be seeking
offensive strength from hard hardrunning
running hardrunning Don Goodman, number numbertwo
two numbertwo ground gainer in the confer conference,
ence, conference, quarterbacks Larry Liber Libertore
tore Libertore and Bobby Dodd, Jr. Dodd is
an aerial expert, having completed
nearly 75 per cent of his passes.
the Blue League trophy to the PKP
Hats off to Gary Rice, Intramu Intramural
ral Intramural water-basketball manager, for
a job well done.
In the sorority circuit the
AEPhis, Phi Mu, and Zetas go to
the head of the class in the Volley Volleyball
ball Volleyball tourney. These are the only
teams left in the ranks of the un undefeated
defeated undefeated after a week and a half
Attention all Members of mens
intramural leagues. Intramural
track will be held Monday thru
Wednesday, October 17-19.
Refer to your Intramural bulle bulletins
tins bulletins for information pertaining to
which events will be held on which
The UF Soccer team will play
their first game of the 1960 season
Saturday at 10 a.m. on Fleming
Jacksonville University, last
years champion of the Florida
Intra-State Collegiate Soccer Con Conference,
ference, Conference, will be the opponents.
There will be a meeting of the
Gator Ski Club Tuesday, October
18, at 7:30 in file basement of the
Florida Gym. Those who have not
taken the swim test are urged to
bring a swim suit. Anyone inter interested
ested interested in learning to ski should at attend
tend attend this meeting.
All Campus Teams
The 1960 all campus water bas basketball
ketball basketball team is Bob Conness, Ed
Seay and Frank Adams PDT;
Mark Gluckman Pi Lam; Ed Spi Spivack
vack Spivack and Nelson Guyer TBP; Bill
Whitfield SAE; Tom Pfeleger and
Randy Schwartz, SN; Steve Smith,
Lambda Chi Alpha and Gary
Klatt, Phi Gam.
Frosh to Ploy
The UF freshman football team
opens its three game season Oct.
21 against the Miami Frosh at
the Orange Bowl.
The game is sponsored by the
Kiwanis Club with all proceeds
going to the Kiwanis charity fund.
Among the yearlings to watch
for Florida will be fullback Jim
ODonnell, ends Russ Brown and
George Reinhart, guard Jack
Thompson and tackles John Dent,
Dalton Bray, and Fred Pearson.
Miamis standouts are quarter quarterbacks
backs quarterbacks George Mira and 205-
pound John Bennett.
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Skelly will be out of action for an indefinite period
with a severely injured knee. The 200-pound halfback
was averaging 5.8 yards per carry previous to the in injury.
jury. injury. Skelly missed the Rice game but reinjured his
knee while running a routine practice assignment.
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Guest Football Expert
Rice put us out of the select
group of unbeaten teams last
week with a 10-0 upset of the Ga Gators.
tors. Gators. But we get back into the S.E.
C. this week and things should get
Florida over Vanderbilt .
Gators are bothered by injuries
and Vandy is due for a good game.
Should be close and exciting with
Florida winning by a touchdown.
FSU over Mississippi Southern
. . Seminoles will bounce back
this week to edge Southern in
what should be a rugged contest.
Miami over South Carolina .
Miami should wear down Carolina
and take this game by two touch touchdowns.
Navy over Air Force . The
Middies have the team this year
and should win this game as they
LSU over Kentucky . The Ti Tigers
gers Tigers have more defense than Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky can take. In a close game,
LSU should come out of this game
Auburn over Georgia Tech .
Auburns offense is due to come
alive and Tech may not be strong
enough to stop it. Game is played
in Alabama and that will help the
Ohio State over Purdue . Its
tough picking the Big Ten games,
but State has the horses this
year and could go all the way with
a few breaks.
Minnesota over Northwestern
. Minnesota is better than most
people figured it tor be. Northwest Northwestern
ern Northwestern is below par this fall.
Rice over S.M.U. ... Who said
Rice isnt a healthy part of the
Kansas over Oklahoma . This
just isnt the year for Oklahoma,
and Kansas would love to win big.
Washington over UCLA . Hus Huskies
kies Huskies are the class of the West
Coast and may win this game by
By BELL BUCHALTER
I'm glad I dont have to fight
a dish of Rice every week. Thats
tough on the stomach besides last
weeks outcome were Gross.
But now for a frolicking frolics
and its hats off to Piss (yes again)
and Nancy and little sister Susan
and handsome Steve.
To them I dedicate Frolics
weekend. Also to Steve, my Pi
Lam friend and Ann, Bob and
Avie, Kenny and Ellen, Fat Ken
and Linda, Bork and Berk, Carol
and Mickey, Mike and Gloria,
Stew and Stacey, to these and
many more, I dedicate the fol following
lowing following score.
Florida over Vandy ... 21-6,
I hope, but the Gators are hurt hurting.
ing. hurting. Injuries could make this one
a close game but the belief is
at the locals will be up for it.
FSU over Miss. Southern .
This could go the other way
Miami over S. Carolina . Sor Sorry
ry Sorry Don Goodman, but the Canes
have to blow something away
Navy over Air Force . An Anchors
chors Anchors Away my boy ... all the
girls will be interested in this one,
right Jackie, Joy, and Karen.
Kentucky over LSU . my
blue plate upset. Thunder Bird to
run down the Chinese Bandits .
Ga. Tech over Auburn . The
Dodd-ge-m e n to outgenerate
the Plainsmen . This for Linda
H, as shes interested in men.
Purdue over Ohio State ... This
is upset No. 2 and for no good
reason except that its played at
Minnesota over Northwestern..
Tom Brown, a legendary footbaH
figure from olden times, paces a
surprisingly modem day Golden
Rice over SMU The Mus Mustangs
tangs Mustangs will not find this a tasty
Kansas over Okla .. Keep thoje
Jay hawks rolling
Washington over UCLA . Bob
Schloredt, the one-eyed wonder,
will direct the Huskies to victory
. . another husky is B. Glass Glassman
man Glassman and another one is L.W.
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Foes Don't 'Horse' With Vic
By FRAN WARREN
Gator Sports Writer
Sparring partner, horse trainer
and football player, all combine
into one person, big number 69,
A graduate of North Miami High
School, the big Italian lines up in
the right guard slot, weighing 210
pounds and standing six feet tall.
Miranda served as co-captain
for the Rice Florida game which
was played before his hometown
crowd. Miranda played an out outstanding
standing outstanding game, diagnosing the
plays and charging in to rack up
the ball carrier.
If wed hav e played as good a
game as we could have, wed have
won, said Vic.
Not taking anything away from
that Rice team, he said. They
had & tough team, all the way, and
had our plays down pat. Those
backs of theirs are th e best Ive
ever played against. They were
big, fast and hard running.
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The Gators just got the bad
breaks in this game and all those
penalties didnt help things out,
pointed out Miranda.
Miranda felt that the gambling
that Coach Graves will do when
the Gators need the yardage or the
points, was a good thing.
Knowing were out there to
win, not to tie is a great incentive.
It makes the game worth play playing,
ing, playing, said Miranda.
The Rice loss wasnt good, but
that doesnt mean we arent go going
ing going to have a winning season stat stated
ed stated Miranda.
Well definitely win more than
we lose this season. Weve got a
good chance for the SEC title and
thats what were shooting for,
Rhythm and blues songs are
tops with Vic, especially those
real deep blues tunes, he stated.
A senior in Physical Education,
The Florida Alligator, Friday, Oct. 14, 1960
Vic expects to graduate in Febru February
ary February of 62. He rooms with Honest
Jon Maceth and Sonny Giles.
After receiving his degree, Vic
would like to train race horses for
his stepfather. But a good pro of offer
fer offer might change his mind.
VIC MIRANDA ...
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