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UF Political
Activity
SEE PAGE 2

OiMITD? 33, No. 11

One Will Be Miss ... N 0... Mrs. Us

4 jt i Jjk

COOKS WITH GOOD LOOKS
Three of the 28 contestants for the
1960 title are counseled by Engineering
Dames contest committee members
Mrs. Harold Rice and Mrs. Clarence
Goodson, at far left and right. Con Contestants
testants Contestants are (1 to r) Mrs. Needham B.
Jones, sponsored by the Arnold Air

Vundulism And Purking
Problems to Cyclists

By JACK HORAN
Gator Staff Writer
Vandalism and parking are pro problem*
blem* problem* confronting campus motor motorcycle
cycle motorcycle and bicyole owners in Tol Tolbert
bert Tolbert Area.
Theres a good possibility that
Tolbert area residents may awaken
Jury Convicts
Wife Murderer,
\ .. j
Asks For Mercy
A verdict of guilty of first degree
murder was returned Tuesday for
Robert Charles Radke.
Radke, accused of murdering his
wife, UF physical education in instructor
structor instructor Patricia Huff Radke. and
at attempted suicide, was found
guilty by an all male jury, who re returned
turned returned a recommendation of mer mercy,
cy, mercy, which will save him from the
electric chair.
Killed Wife Mar. 6
A 29-year old native of Sheboy Sheboygan,
gan, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, he shot his 25-year 25-yearold
old 25-yearold wife to death in the oSfice of
Gainesville attorney A.Z. Adkins,
Jr. Mar. 6 after she refused a re reconciliation
conciliation reconciliation of their marriage.
Radke disclosed during examina examination
tion examination that both his mother and his
maternal grandfather had com committed
mitted committed suicide.
Opening Statements
At 9:30 a.m. Monday defense at attorney
torney attorney Sigsbee Scruggs and Assist Assisttant
tant Assisttant States Attorney Benmont
Tench Jr. gave their opening state statements,
ments, statements,
Nine witnesses, including Ad Adkins,
kins, Adkins, testified for the prosecution.
Radke took the stand to testify
in his 6wn behalf Tuesday. His ex examiner,
aminer, examiner, Dr. W. C. McCullaugh, a
psychiatrist from Jacksonville,
said that Radke disclosed a his history
tory history of broken engagements and
psychiatric trouble. H;
Attempted Suicide
Radke attempted suicide imme immediately
diately immediately after shooting his wife. He
recovered and attempted suicide
again en route to Jacksonville by
jumping from a car as it was mov moving
ing moving at 70 miles per hour.
The jury found Radke sane. The
conviction of first degree murder
with a recommendation for mercy
carries with it a mandatory life
sentence.

Better Relations Sought
For UF Foreign Students

By KESS MEYER
Gator Staff Writer
Another new move to im improve
prove improve foreign and United States
student relatione on the Flor Florida
ida Florida Campus is being initiated
by Florida Blue Key.
Bill Hollingsworth, chairman
of the FBK Male Foreign Stu Student
dent Student Sponsor Program said the
program was set up because
foreign students do not get the
full benefit of going to a U.S.
school and the student body is
missing out by not communicat communicating
ing communicating with and getting to know
the foreign students better.
There should be an exchange
of ideas, customs and philoso philosophies
phies philosophies between the two groups.
70 Students Needed
FBK proposes to do this by a
student sponsor system, that Will

THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR

in the morning and find their bike 3
stolen or parts missing from their
machines, said, Franklin Ritch,
president of the Tolbert Area
Council.
Parking Inadequate
He also termed the bicycle and
motorcycle parking facilities in inadequate.
adequate. inadequate.
The alljted parking space is
definitely not ample for the Tol Tolbert
bert Tolbert Area. (The Tolbert area
includes Tolbert, Weaver, North,
and South dorms.)
Although only one case of parts
stealing has been reported this
semester, many motorcycles were
stripped and looted last year.
Chief Cltef> Remedy
Police Chiefi Audie Shuler stat stated
ed stated the only remedy the campus
police department can propose is
to increase the patrolling of the
dorm areas.
At the present, nine men and
two ears are on the job during
the early morning hours when
most of the vandalism takes
place,
Shuler remarked, Registration]

ALERT TO NEEDS

r 67 r Replaced by SG Bureau

By NATALIE RAGONE
Gator Staff Writer
The Personal Contact Bureau is
replacing the Committee of 67
which last year made a speaking
tour to try to influence the state
legislators to meet the needs of
higher education.
This organization, under the
newly-formed cabinet post of sec secretary
retary secretary of academic affairs, will
strive to contact as many people
as possible according to Secretary
Gary Brooks.
In direct contract to the Commit Committee
tee Committee of 67 which primarily tried to
influence legislators, the Personnal
Contact Bureau will contact presi presidents
dents presidents of alumni groups, womens
organizations and especially PTA
groups according to Brooks.
Tn this way they hope to contact
thousands of people and many
clubs and ask them to write letters
to the legislature urging the adop adoption
tion adoption of an increased state budget
for higher education Brooks said.
Speaking attempts by the Com*

require at least 70 male U.S.
students, said Hollingsworth.
As foreign students enter
school in February, they will
each be assigned a U.S. student
who will be a friend and ad advisor.
visor. advisor. The student sponsors job
will also consist of going to din dinner
ner dinner occasionally with the foreign
student, helping to orient him
to the campus and showing him
the many campus activities that
he can take part in.
Success Up To Students
Hollingsworth said, The suc success
cess success of this program depends
on the students. They must be become
come become interested and must par participate
ticipate participate by applying for the spon sponsorship
sorship sponsorship erf a foreign student, said
Hollingsworth.
Applications will be available
at the information desk in the

Society; Mrs. Morton C. Epstein, spon sponsored
sored sponsored by Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority;
and Mrs. Donald E. Tharpe, sponsored
by the Engineering Dames. Contestants
will be judged on personality, poise,
and homemaking ability at the compe competition
tition competition Oct. 28 at 8:15 in the University
Auditorium.

of motorcycles would not help the
situation any, but we will try to
cut down the stripping.
Resident Complain**
Ronald Marcotte, a South Hall
esident, complained of inconveni inconvenience
ence inconvenience of having to park his motor motorcycle
cycle motorcycle far from his dorm, and then
only being able to get as close as
the Century Tower.
Attacking the parking pro problem,
blem, problem, Ritch asked; Why cant
more parking apace be provid provided?
ed? provided?
Tolbert area residents have to
park their motorcycles and scoot scooters
ers scooters east of the dorms on stadium
Road. The machines are kept at
a distant from the dormitories and
classrooms because of the noise
they tend to create.
Study Problem
Four groups are studying possi possible
ble possible solutions of increasing parking
facilities. They are the Congress
of United Independents; Mens Pre Presidents
sidents Presidents Council; Tolbert Area
Council; and the Student Govern Government
ment Government Traffic Committee;

mittee of 67 were not as success successful
ful successful as they could have been, said
Brooks, because they could not
reach the bulk of the people of the
state.
He added that the Bureau hopes
to form public pressure groups
which will make an attempt to in influence
fluence influence state representatives
through a letter writing campaign.
The second plan of the Bureau
will be to circulate petitions at the
SPEAKER'S BUREAU
DEADLINE THIS P.M.
Deadline for applying for the
Florida Blue Key Speakers*
Bureau is at 5 p.m. today.
Procurement and Information
Division Chairman Don Bever Beverly
ly Beverly asked that all persons, who
had been contacted by the Bur Burreau,
reau, Burreau, fill out an application in
the Bureau office, room 11 of
the Florida Union before the
deadline.

Florida Union and any male stu student
dent student that has been at the Uni University
versity University two semesters and has
a 2.26 overall average may
apply.
Selection In November
Student sponsors will be sel selected
ected selected by the end of November.
After this they will have sever sever'
' sever' al discussion sessions to ac acquaint
quaint acquaint them with the details of
what their jobs entail.
Hollingsworth added that due
to the short amount of time be between
tween between now and February, stu students
dents students should apply as soon as
possible.
The FBK program correlates
closely the Little Sister pro program
gram program started this semester by
Mortar Board womens honor honor*
* honor* ary fraternity. #

University of Florido, Goincsville Fridoy, October 21 # 1960

New Stand
On Rallies
Clarified
Final Say Given
Thru Tigert Hall
Student partisan political
rallies for announced na national
tional national candidates are now
permitted on campus, Stu Student
dent Student Body President Bob
Park said this week.
Action following the recent
Board of Control meeting cleared
the way for partisan political ac activity,
tivity, activity, left in face of Board si silence
lence silence on the matter to the dis discretion
cretion discretion of the individual univer universities.
sities. universities.
Board Rules
The Board did rule to allow the
announced candidates to speak on
campus outside the Florida Union
the only place such activity was
previously permitted but re remained
mained remained silent as to student rallies.
This In effect left it up to the
individual University Admin Administration.
istration. Administration. After Park and UF
President Dr. J. Wayne Reitz
met Tuesday. Park said, We
appreciate this privilege and
shall certainly respect the pro procedures
cedures procedures it necessarily involves.**
The only remaining restrictions
involve the scheduling of such ac activities
tivities activities through the student acti activities
vities activities board. This procedure is
normal for all student activities.
Scheduling problem**
Dean of Student Affairs Lester
L. Hales said, We will approve
student rallies. The problem is
one of scheduling.
Comments by Park after his
meeting with Dr. Reitz express expressed
ed expressed gratitude for the stand the
University president took.
Our president is a friendly
advocate of responsible student
leadership,* Prk said.
In other matters taken up with
the president, Park said:
We discussed the recent Presi Presidents
dents Presidents Retreat; also the planned
Military Convocation being studi studied
ed studied by the Commission of School
Traditions.
Ron Wigginton is chairman of
the Traditions body.
Park said Dr. Reitz also inquir inquired
ed inquired into other current operations of
student government.

state universities calling for sup support
port support of an increased budget.
According to Brooks, the UF Re Representatives
presentatives Representatives are presently in
contact with members of the
Florida State University student
body whose president, Carl Butler,
has expressed an interest in work working
ing working with the Bureau.
Thirdly, a publicity campaign
will be waged through the various
communication medias. Three
major needs of the UF will be
stressed by the Bureaus program;
the inadequacy of professors sal salaries,
aries, salaries, lack of space and over overcrowded
crowded overcrowded classrooms, and lag of
expenditures in our state com compared
pared compared to other states.
In contrasting the new Personal
Contact Bureau with last years
Committee o$ 67, Bob Park, presi president
dent president of the student body, said It
is a big improvement over last
years setup. The committee of 67
gave politically ambitious student?
a chance to meet their legislators.
He added, There seemed little
point in resurrecting the Commit Committee
tee Committee since at best it did a poor
job.
Those L,.t i ;. ?3ted in
working for the Personal Contact
Bureau should apply at the Florida
Union, Room 814, on Monday.
Wednesday, or Friday between
2:30 and 5 p.m. October 24-28.
Males To Have
First Fire Drills
Men students will have fire
drills this year for the first time,
according to assistant housing di director
rector director Fred E. King.
King said Wednesday that plans
for the drills are being worked
out now. A committee is studying
procedures in the mens dormi dormitories,
tories, dormitories, he said, and particular at attention
tention attention is being given to the
frame halls.
We need to be alert to the
possibility of fire hazards, he
said.
The preventive approach is
what were concentrating on: fire
safety and fire procedures.
The new measures are not part
of a fire scare, but merely the
result of an annual re-evaluation,
(King said.

Publication Board Hot;

Power Status Unsure

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Higher Standards (

Boosting of scholastic requirements above the 1
presently required 2.0 average for top student posi- 1
tions was recommended as a University regulation |
Monday by Student Body President Bob Park.
O
The proposal, made at a meeting of the Stu- 1
dent Affairs Advisory Committee, was similar to |
Parks suggestion last week to the Legislative Coun- |
cil. Monday he said that higher requirements could 1
be maintained and included in the University regu- |
lations.
Top Level Positions
It was explained that positions might be strati- |
fied into three levels. Those requiring the most time f
and work would require a higher average so the I
office holders studies would not suffer too severely, I
Park said.
The object of such requirements, noted Com Committee
mittee Committee Chairman Lester L. Hale, dean of student
affairs, is to place proper emphasis upon academ- f
ics and education.
It was pointed out that many well-qualified \
candidates for office might be lost through the high- ]
er standards. Park explained no student should hold |
office unless assurecUhis education would not suffer. |
(To be included in the University regulations |
the proposal must be referred to the Student Reg- |
illations Committee, chaired by Dean of Health and |
Physical Education Dennis K. Stanley.) |
Considered Next Semester
The advisoiy committee decided to bring the 1
matter up for further discussion at next Mondays |
meeting. 1
Other points of discussion on a general level I
included ways in which the University atmosphere |
could be raised to what was referred to as the §
image of a truly great educational community.
Education attracts educators, it was noted. |
The state legislature might begin to realize the dire I
need for funds at the University when the Univer- |
sity can be proud of its educational standards and |
facilities, one member of the committee said.
Culture And Education
1
Proposals to place proper emphasis upon cul-J
tural and educational factors included: 1) a re- f
vamping of the Public Functions and Lectures Com- §
mittee and substantial increase in its budget so as §
to provide 1) a more worthwhile series of lec- 1
tures, 2) recognition of the true heads of learning |
and scholarship by appointing these to places of |
prominence in the public eye, and 3) the schedul- §
ing of outstanding and interesting events within the |
cultural environment.
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Like, Sing to Me, Dad, of The Wide Open Road
Where Those Crazy Palm And Pine Are Blowing

By MARY ASNE AWTREY
Gator Staff Writer
Travelling through the campus
on the underground railway of
folk music Tuesday were Fred
Bazler and Joel Henderson, folk
singers from Boston on their way
to the West Indies.
Bazler has been interested in
[oik music for four years, as a
sideline to his businesses, run running
ning running the Golden Vanity coffee
house in Boston.
Henderson and Bazler are cur currently
rently currently working their way to Miami,
where they hope to get passage to
the Indies. They have been playing
at colleges from Norfolk, Virginia
to Florida to >*nance their trip.
Southerners have been most
hospitable, said Basler. We have
only had to spend one night with without
out without shelter, as college students are
very receptive. On each campu c
we have visited we found a group
of students interested in what we
are doing.
Tuesday night they appeared at
the Continental Coffee House in a
one-night stand of folk singing.
Bazler says that they are open to
offers from fraternities for infor informal
mal informal gatherings.
After spending a few days in
Gainesville, they will move on to
Miami, where they plan to stop at
the University of Miami, hoping
to find more folk music enthusi enthusiasts.
asts. enthusiasts.
In explanation for the trip Baz Bazler
ler Bazler said, I was just tired of feel-

ing insincere when singing and I decided to go and do some
stating that a certain song came search on this form of music.
from a certain place. When the op- # Henderson said, Appearances
portunity arose to make this trip are deceiving; we are not beatniks.

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Protests SG Moves!
Without Board Okay

By HARVEY GOLDSTEIN
Gator Staff Writer
A storm of protests was generated by a Board of
Student Publications unsure of its responsibilities attd
powers, at its monthly meeting Wednesday afternbon.
Hearsay reports about student governments plans
and actions seemed to make some board J. 'mbers feel
that student government was usurping the board's pow-

A committee was formed by the
Board to meet with Dean of Stu Student
dent Student Affairs Lester L. Hale to ob obtain
tain obtain a clarification of its position.
The Board argued that it deriv derived
ed derived its power from the State Board
of Control and not from student
government. Thursday morning
Student Body President Bob Park
conferred with Dr. Fayette Par Parvin,
vin, Parvin, administrative assistant to
the University president, in an ef effort
fort effort to straighten out confusion.
Documents Cheeked
Dr. Parvin checked the Board
of Control documents and could
find no tie-in between it and the
publications board. Park said.
The student president produc produced
ed produced copies of correspondence
with the Board of Publications
informing them of action being
taken by student government to
streamline student publications.
Further discussion and meet meetings
ings meetings will be held to straighten out
this matter, Park said. We
do not feel that this is a case of a
struggle for power but merely a
misunderstanding that has arisen
because of a lack of facts by some
members of the Board.
We have advised the Board of
plans to discuss each problem
fully with them and will take no
unilateral action in an area that
is primarily within their expert experti

Six Pages This Edition

RILED UP . Professor
Hugh Cunningham of the
School of Journalism ami
Communications preside?
over the Board of Student
Publications meeting
Wednesday which turned
into a heated session at
the Board flexed its arm#
in discontent over ths ap*
parent lack of communi communication
cation communication and clear-cut de delineation
lineation delineation of powers be between
tween between it and Student Gpy*
eminent. The Boa rd
wound up appointing a
special committee of .in-,
quiry to check with Dfcan~
of Student Affairs UftlC.
L. Hale and clear up §l}
the discrepancies which
have arisen to date.

i experti
ence and responsibility, he said.
Defines SG Role
l want to make it clear that
student governments role is to gee
{ that the students get a good deal.
W-; are taking the initiative in this
; field as we are in many other
; fields with the agencies responsi*
ble and not in competition With
them.
>
A hearsay report that student
government was not planning to
repay the Boards loan of SB,OOO
for the Dollars for Scholars fund
drive engendered the most heat.
[ A plan to give the fund drive
$998 with the $4,000 balance to be
paid back to the Board at SSOO a
year was rejected by the budget
and finance committee of student
government.
Student Body Vice President
Allen Poole said the only action
the legislative council has taken
was to okay the transfer of the
money from the Board's re*
serve fund to student govern government.
ment. government.
He said he didn't know why the
budget and finance comm ill ee
turned down the Boards repay repay-1
-1 repay-1 ment plan, but that a meeting of
concerned parties might corns up
| with a workable solution.
(See BOARD, Page

Were just doing what we WSAf tb
since we are fortunate enoUghJSQt
to have anything tying us dowM to
one place.

beat-looking pair, Fred Boiler and Joel
Henderson, soy they're not really baaf£jkg£~
"just doing what they wont to ~rrSr
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Don't
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SEE PAGE 4



Page 2

UF Math Dept. Not Able
To Match Other Schools

(EDITOR'S NOTE: The
Alligator this week inves investigates
tigates investigates conditions in the
Moth Dopt. in tho fifth of
tho series on overcrowded
conditions.)
By FAT TUNSTALL
Gator Editorial Assistant
Legislative problems loom large
in the fabric of mathematical
plans for the coming biennium.
This is an important year for
js, said Dr. John A. Maxfield,
department head. We have to get
and more important retain good
new people
Wall Covered
One wall of Maxfields office is
covered by a pink and black sche schedule
dule schedule board, with the schedules,
teaching load and amount of train training
ing training of his faculty.
Yellow strips across certain
hours indicate course being taken
by faculty members or graduate
assistants.
We have 88 full time faculty
members,** said Maxfield. We
would have had 40 but two did
not come here one simply
didnt come, the other had to go
elsewhere for more money.
The resultant shortage means
that every graduate student teach teach*ing
*ing teach*ing half time must teach four
courses yearly; every graduate
student teaching one-third time,
must teach three courses.
At other schools, according to
Maxfield, graduate assistants are
ordinarily required to teach only
two courses yearly.
Unusual Situation
This ie an unusual situation,
he emphasised.
, Interim teachers those work working
ing working for advanced degrees are a
largejportion of the Math depart department
ment department faculty.
Every one of these teachers
plans -to get either a masters or a
Ph.D~ degree, says Maxfield.
As a faculty member, each
teacher may take only four cre credit
dit credit hours while employed as a
full i time instructor.
53 For each semester he takes the
maximum four hours plus two
hours of thesis work, the Instructor
may accumulate only two-fifths a
semester credit.

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lb receive a degree, a student
must have at least a year of car carrying
rying carrying a whole semester a 15
hour group of courses, according
to UF regulations.
Could Spend life
You could teach full time and
try to get a degree almost all
your life here, said Maxfield,
and you never could, because
maximum hour load and accumu accumulated
lated accumulated residence require men t s
wouldnt allow it!
He hopes to be able to let gome
instructors gradually begin part parttime
time parttime teaching, so they may work
for advanced degrees.
These former full-time instruc instructors
tors instructors would be working part time
half or two third time might
receive salaries higher than
graduate assistants because of
experience, but yet lower than
their present salaries.
This program depends on the
legislature.
Facilities for teaching in the un underwater
derwater underwater atmosphere of Walker
Building are as in other buildings
inadequate.
The underwater look ie due to
the green skylights and stairways
which angle up narrow dark hall hallways.
ways. hallways.
The 17 graduate assistants are
housed in a room on the third
floor, set in an alcove which juts
two feet left on one side then two
on the other to give a jigsaw ef effect.
fect. effect.
There ore five desks for these
student teachers.
There are not even 17 drawers
for the 17 students.
Nor are there chairs for more
than five people at once.
Thats my favorite room, says
graduate assistant Arnold Inshel.
We graduate assistants get to together
gether together there sometimes and dis discuss
cuss discuss our mutual problems!
Classrooms in Walker building
feature 18 or 20 feet high ceilings
and blackboards set 30 inches off
the floor.
One desk is located in a small
hallway leading off the main hall
into an office for two men.
Some Joke
Professor Heinryk Mince, who
has this hall desk, says jokingly,
I talked to a student for half an

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TUNSTALL
hour yesterday before I found out
he just wanted to go by.
He went on to say that at his
former school there was a mathe mathematics
matics mathematics library and reading room
in the main building. There is
nothing like that here.
Maxfield attended two of the 21
universities with which the UF
compares itself.
Wayne State a very small
college, has two salaries for
mathematics teachers over $20,-
000. We can hire new ph.D.s at
$6,500,** said Maxfield.
Js the UF math department able
to compete with the math depart departments
ments departments of these other universities?
No, said Maxfield. Salaries
are just not high enough, nor are
conditions.
Mathematics is a creative field,
and new work is being done all
the time, he said. We have sev several
eral several good people coming for next
fall already.
Main Problem
Our main problem is to keep
them and to build up our depart department
ment department to the point that we will
be staffed by and producing out outstanding
standing outstanding men with advanced de degrees.
grees. degrees.
The potential exists according to
Maxfield but instructors need
time to teach, as well as time to
learn.

U. S. Marine Corps Band
Appears in Concerts Here

The U.S. Marine Band, official
band for U.S. presidents since
Thomas Jefferson entered the
White House in 1801, presented a
concert on the UF campus last
night.
The concert featured selections
from the work* of such composers
as Tschaikowski, Richard Wagner,
and John Philip Sousa, director of
the Band from 1880 to 1892.
Presented by the Lyceum Coun Council,
cil, Council, the band is currently on its
nine week annual tour, covering
15 southern states and some 8,500
miles.
Lt. Col. Albert Schoepper, direc director
tor director of the Band for 26 years, has
conducted before hundreds of dig-
Publications
Board Riled
Over Power
(Continued from Page t ONE)
A student government proposal
that it take final responsibility for
the F Book was also felt by
some board members to be an en encroachment
croachment encroachment on its control of stu student
dent student publications.
The Board was also upset be because
cause because no one representing student
government appeared at the meet meeting.
ing. meeting.
Perk said his representative
was out of town for the after afternoon.
noon. afternoon.
In other action, the Board ap approved
proved approved the Seminoles budget pro provided
vided provided it raises one dollar for each
book printed to meet a budget de deficit
ficit deficit of $6,000.
The Seminole receives $4 from
each students registration fee to
print the book which costs about
$7 a copy.
The Alligator budget was tabled
by the Board because the busi business
ness business manager did not submit a
profit and loss statement for
the previous year.
Also, the Board did not approve
of the procedure whereby the bud budget
get budget was submitted to and approv approved
ed approved by the Legislative Council
prior to Board approval before beforehand.
hand. beforehand.
A request from student govern government
ment government for money to pay a deficit of
$1,920.22 from last year* Seminole
was tabled until further investiga investigation
tion investigation of responsibility for the bill.
2ND COFFEE
TO BE HELD
The Air Conditioned Night Nightmare
mare Nightmare of the Future is the sub subject
ject subject of a talk by Professor Myrl
Young at the coffee hour to tonight.
night. tonight.
The Kennedy-Nixon debate
will also be seen and discussed.
The program, second in the
series, will be held in the Flor Florida
ida Florida Unions Johnson Lounge at
pxn. tonight and all are in invited.
vited. invited. Refreshments will be
seryed free of charge.

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CUI Meeting
Plans Student
Study Groups

The Congress of United Indepen Independents
dents Independents held another in a series of
organizational meetings on Mon Monday,
day, Monday, October 17, with supper in the
cafeteria and a business meeting.
The CUI has the full backing
and support of student govern government,
ment, government, said Vic* Chairman Paul
Hendrick, and ite activities aim aimed
ed aimed at betterment of the student
body will be financed by the stu student
dent student government.
A. J. Ivie reported some mea measure
sure measure of success from an investiga investigation
tion investigation of possible study sessions in
Walker Auditorium or elsewhere
where C-5 music could be played.
A letter haa been tent to the re registrar
gistrar registrar from the CUI, enclosing a
letter by Dr. R. F. Davidson,
Head of the C-5 Department, in
support of the project.
Other projects discussed at the
meeting included the possibility
of assisting in the organization
and development of academic help
sessions in the various dormitory
areas.
The next CUI meeting will be
held Monday, October 34, at 5:30
p.m. Interested independents are
invited to come for eupper and the
business session that will follow.
A CUI newaletter is now out, ex explaining
plaining explaining the alms and requirement
for membership in the CUI, and
listing CUI members to contact
for information.

nitaries including two generations
of royalty from several countries.
In the past year, the Band has
played for the Queen Mother of
England, Chancellor Adenauer of
Germany, the Shah of Iran, the
Prime Ministers of Libya, Pakis Pakistan,
tan, Pakistan, Japan, Sweden, Norway, Den Denmark,
mark, Denmark, Ceylon, Australia and Italy.
The Band is often used by Mrs.
Eisenhower for teas and parties.
The Baltimore Symphony Orches Orchestra
tra Orchestra has been scheduled to appear
at the UF campus in December as
an added Lyceum attraction, due
to extra funds left over from last
years budget, Carol Fonda, presi president
dent president of the Lyceum Council an announced.
nounced. announced.
Other presentations by the Lyce Lyceum
um Lyceum Council this year include: the
opera Carmen; the Canadian
Player* in Dr. Faust; and Nell
Rankin, mezzo-soprano.
Get Your Mark!
Hear From Park!
Student government has put out
a book-mark calendar in an effort
to acquaint students with Univer University
sity University activities.
The book-marks were distribut distributed
ed distributed Wednesday in all branches of
the library and in Broward and
Hume dormitories. They contain a
C-course progress test schedule, a
list of coming events, and a mes message
sage message from Student Body President
Bob Park.
The purpose of the markers, ac according
cording according to Under-Secretary of Pub Public
lic Public Relations Everett Brinkman, is
to give the students an idea of
the scope of student government,
and to let the individual student
know that his student government
is interested in him,

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Nix on Nixon 'Demos'

By LOU FERRIS
Gator Staff Writer
Florida law prohibits the use
of the name Democrats for
Nixon.
The Democrats for Nixon
on the UF campus, some of
whom are registered Democrats,
are directly affected by the
statute.
Democrats for Nixon Campus
Chairman Charley Wells com commented,

'Jack' Group
Starts Final
Campus Push

Students for Kennedy Johnson
chairman Jon Johnson yesterday
announced a series of pre-election
moves designed to push the stu student
dent student vote to the peak, including:
1; Weekly meetings, often with
advisor William G. Carleton in at attendance,
tendance, attendance, at 2 p.m. Sundays at the
KA House.
2) Brochures, buttons and bum bumper
per bumper stickers distributed by the
Kennedy squad beginning Mon Monday
day Monday at the Information booth near
the Hub.
8) A braintrust to continually
write to newspapers throughout
the state, answering Kennedy-
Johnson charges.
4) A Big-name rally before
the election, plus a couple of sur surprises
prises surprises we have up our sleeves,
said Johnson.
5> Daily debates, rallies and
speakers spreading all over the
campus.
6) Dormitory, fraternity and so sorority
rority sorority meetings and a big drive
now beginning in the Flavets, a
core of student and student wives
votes, said Johnson.
7) A to the polls caravan
on election day, providing free
transportation service.
Johnson announced a new co coeds
eds coeds for Kennedy /drive headed
by Mary Ann Kennedy in the
dormitories and Pepi Spielberger
in the sororities.
State campaign Director Sena Senator
tor Senator Bud Dickinson named Dick
Hunt, law student, as assistant
state college coordinator. Hunt will
work with college coord i n a t o r
Dave Levy on college campuses
throughout the area.

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mented, commented, Dave Levy, state col college
lege college coordinator tor the Kennedy
campaign, brought this point of
law to my attention and it
seems to be the consensus
among the Students for Ken Kennedy
nedy Kennedy leadership on campus that
expressing ourselves by a title
of what we actually are, is de deterimental
terimental deterimental to their cause.
We will gladly change our
title with the hope that we can

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OFF TO JACKSONVILLE Florida Students for
Nixon Chairman Charley Wells, right, and fellow Nix Nixon
on Nixon supporter Dick Herrick dress up one of the seven
cars that journeyed to Jacksonville Tuesday morning
on a Nixon-cade to hear the vice president apeak at
Hemming Park in the Gateway City. They wer* fol followed
lowed followed later in the day by three Kennedy-cade cars
who also made the trip to hear Democratic presidential
nominee John F. Kennedy speak at Hemming Park in
the evening. Thousands turned out to hear the nomin nominees,
ees, nominees, making a swing through the state.

Students Back Turlington, Fagan

A student committee has been
formed to work for the re-elec re-election
tion re-election of Osee Fagan and Ralph
Turlington to the State Legisla Legislature.
ture. Legislature.
Joe Ripley, Bob Park and other
interested students are drafting a
letter to be sent to eligible voters
among the student body, explain explaining
ing explaining the committee's position.
The election of Peck and
Schenck, write-in candidates for
office, whose only statements so
far have been on the question of
annexation, would put the Uni University

avoid controversy over petty
things and continue talking about
the real issues, said Wells.
Students for Kennedy Campus
Chairman Jon Johnson ex explained
plained explained his point of view on the
issue.
The name Democrats for
Nixon, is a move solely design designed
ed designed to confuse the voters, by
campus politicians who obvi obviously
ously obviously feel the word Republi Republican

versity University in the position of depen dependence
dence dependence on legislators whose ex experience,
perience, experience, knowledge and feelings
on the University problems is at
best questionable, said Ripley.
It is in the best interest* of
registered voters among the stu student
dent student body to vote for those can candidates
didates candidates who have consistently
proved by their legislative record
their interest in the University,
he said.

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can Republican would alienate too many
conscientious voters, said John*
son. But I am glad to see them
begin to respect the Florida leg legislature
islature legislature and to comply with a
law which has been on the sta*
tute books for some time.
This statute, unnoticed in the
1&52 Eisenhower campaign,
came to light in a recent dis dispute
pute dispute in Tampa. Kennedy back backers
ers backers in the city served notice on
the Democrats for Nixon that
they would file suit if the Nixon
supporters did not change the
name of their organisation.
The Democrats for Nixon
In Tampa changed the name to
Volunteers for Nixon In or order
der order to avoid any conflict. The
Kennedy supporters threatened
to sue for funds accrued for the
Nixon campaign during the time
the vice-presidents backers us used
ed used ttic name Democrats for
Nixon,
The statute, 103.081, reads...
No persons affiliated on the
registration records with any
political party, the name of
which is so filed with the Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of State or a clerk of
the circuit court, in association
with others, shall use such name
or any abbreviated from thereof
in political advertising in news newspapers,
papers, newspapers, other publications, hand handbills,
bills, handbills, radio or television, in con connection
nection connection with any political ac activities
tivities activities in support of a candi candidate
date candidate of any other party, un unless
less unless such person shall obtain
written permission of the chair chairman
man chairman of the state executive com committee
mittee committee of the party of which
auch person is affiliated.
Kennody-Nixon Debate
At Wesley Foundation
The second in a series of campus
debates on the issues of the 1960
presidential race will be held at
the Wesley Foundation Sunday as
part of its regular evening pro program.
gram. program.
Two representatives of Florida
Students for Nixon will vie with
two Students foi- Kennedy-Johnsorf
members.
All Interested students are invit invited
ed invited to attend.



SOCIALLY (SPEAKING

Some Greeks Start Early \
On Casual Weekend Slate

By JACKIE OQUIN
Gator Society Editor
A round of casual parties will
typify the campus this weekend
while students take a rest from the
hectic Frolics weekend.
The Pikes, however, arent plan planning
ning planning on sitting back, and they
started things off for the weekend
with a pizza and beverage social
with the ADPis Wednesday. A cas casual
ual casual record party in the Pike base basement
ment basement will follow the social.
Pike House Gathering
Saturday night the presidents
and social chairmen of all campus
Greek groups have been invited to
the Pike house for a casual party.
A Spike Jones-type band will be
brought in for the occasion.
Delta Gammas are putting the
finishing touches on their Raunchy
Ranch plans. Their annual party
will take place Saturday night, as
the DG homestead is converted
into a bam, dates are picked up
by horse and buggy, and country
square dancing is in order.
cm phis
Chi Phis have planned a weiner
and marshamallow roast for Sat Saturday
urday Saturday evening. They will follow it
up with a casual record party.
New Chi Phi Initiates are Bob

FRIDAY
The Lost World
CLAUDE RAINS
The Big Night
RANDY SPARKS
SATURDAY
Dallas
GARY COOPER
My Sister Eileen
JANET LEIGH
The Bravados
GREGORY PECK
SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY
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JOHN WAYNE
The Nun's Story
AUDREY HEPBURN

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AEPHI OPEN HOUSE
In honor of Parents week- n d,
the AEPhis will hold open house
Friday, beginning at 10 p.m. Din Dinner
ner Dinner will be at the Gainesville Coun Country
try Country Club Saturday night, followed
by a skit program.
The Zetas have set aside Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evenings from 9:30 to 10:%) for
their weekly coffee hours. Zetas
have also announced their* new
slate of officers, who include Ann
Sisler, president; Mary Stainton,
vice president; Peggy Bein Beindorf,
dorf, Beindorf, recording secretary; G a y e
Brown, corresponding secretary;
Ona Martin, treasurer; and Joan
Stephens, historian.
AOPI PLEDGE OFFICERS
The AOPI Dledee-class has rJios-

IN THE DARK

Air Out Emotions This Weekend
With A Pleasont Trip to Movies

By BOBBIE FLEISCHMAN
Gator Staff Writer
Those who feel like giving their
emotions a good airing out this
week will be able to do it in style
at local theaters.
"The Magnificent Seven, now
at the Florida, is about a bunch of

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en Us officers for the semester.
Heading the group will be Shirley
Kuehn as president. Others are
Priscilla Estes, vice president;
Jane Staples, secretary; and Jan Janet
et Janet Carlton, treasurer.
Phi Taus are having a wild west
party Saturday night, music on the
patio by the Blues Rockers from
Ocala.
DPHDE OFFICERS
The new DPhiE pledge officers
are Lilly Mosk, president; Sue Mi Michael,
chael, Michael, vice president; Barbara
Ura, secretary; Judy Berkowitz,
treasurer; Lois Blum, historian;
Linda Baskind, sergeant-at-arms.
Alpha Chi Omega is proud
of new pledge Libby Baker. The
Alpha Chis socialized this week
with the Pikes Wednesday and a
dinner social with the Kappa Sigs
on Friday.

grim and greedy gunmen who are
hired to protect a Mexican village.
Theyre not just in this for the
pros, and some of their gunfights
are dandys.
The stars are Yul Brynner (its
the truth), Eli Wallach, Steve Mc-
Queen, and Horst Buchholz. Buch Buchholz
holz Buchholz is a well known German ac actor,
tor, actor, and his western drawl is real really
ly really something.
Beginning Sunday, the Florida
will present "It Started in Naples,
a big, expensive heart-warmer.
Clark Gable stars as an American
who finds the lure of Naples a bit
too much to resist.
This is understandable when one
considers the fact that this lure
consists of a beautiful girl (Sophia
Loren) and a large-eyed waif, a
combination which has been suc successlul
cesslul successlul since the year One.
The State is now showing a ra rather
ther rather ghoulish double feature.
"The Leech Woman is about a
little lady who takes unfair liber liberties
ties liberties with the blood of others in an
attempt to remain forever young
and beautiful. Its a deserving
cause, but .
Sharing the bill is "Brides cf
Dracula. For this one were go going
ing going to have to quote the ad. "In
the privacy of a girls' school he
sought his prey, turning innocent
beauty into a thing of unspeak unspeakable
able unspeakable horror. Sound like fun?
"Wild River is scheduled to
begin on Sunday at the State. The
story concerns the early days of
the TVA, with Montgomery Clift
starring as a government agent
who runs into trouble with the lo local
cal local Salk.
Lee Remick, Jo Van Fleet, and
Albert Salmi co-star.
"Back to the Wall, which be begins
gins begins on Tuesday, is about a man
who finances his wifes love affair
and then has the gall to bury her
lover in a concrete wall.
The stars are Jeanne Moreau,
Gerard Oury, and Phillipe Nicaud.

Campus Calendar I

All University College students
eligible to enter Upper Division at
the end of this semester must file
an application in the Registrars
Office! The deadline for these ap applications
plications applications is Nov. 15.
The minimum requirements are
64 hours of Lower Division work,
including prerequisites of the indi indiduals
duals indiduals Upper Division College and
a 2.0 academic average.
FRIDAY, OCT. 21: Dr. B. D.
Davis of Harvard University will
lecture on "Microbes and Unity
of Biology in McCarty Hall Audi Auditorium
torium Auditorium at 8:15 p.m.
Linear Operations on Matrices
and the Classical Invariants will
be the topic of the lecture by Dr.
M. D. Marcus in Walker 209 from
3:40 to 4:40 p.m.
SATURDAY, OCT. 22: Ask
Any Girl is the movie showing
in the Florida Union Auditorium.

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CENTER NEWS

Weekend
Busy Again
At Centers
By SUE ALLEN CAUTHEN
Gator Staff Writer
As predicted, religious centers
have returned after Frolics to nu numerous
merous numerous activities and services de designed
signed designed to benefit the student.
BAPTIST STUDENT UNION:
Oct. 21-23 will see UF students
trouping to Deland for the State
BSU Convention there this week weekend.
end. weekend. Back at home on Monday
evening, 7:30 p.m. is Council Meet Meeting
ing Meeting time and the Campus Affairs
Forum is scheduled for 3:30 p.m.
The forum topic is "Should We
Junk the Honor System ls This
A Christian Issue? Panel mem members
bers members are Bob Park, Bill Hollings Hollingsworth,
worth, Hollingsworth, Joe Ripley, and Alan Poole.
A special social is planned for Fri Friday
day Friday evening, Oct. 28.
EPISCOPAL UN IV E R SIT Y
CENTER: The Drama Group at
the Center had its first meeting
this week. This semester the group
is going to produce "The Boy with
a Cart, by Christopher Fry under
the direction of Esther and David
Lane. Those who are interested in
working with or acting in this plan
are urged to call the office.
HILLEL FOUNDATION: To Tonight
night Tonight will be the first in a series
of lectures on the Bible. Topic:
"An Introduction to the Book of
Books. A reception follows the
service. Sunday, Oct. 23, Brunch
at 11 a.m. 12:15 p.m. Forum
Series begins at 12:30 p.m. Topic
will be "The State of Separate but
Equal. Speaker will be Dr. Theo Theodore
dore Theodore Landsman, College of Educa Education.
tion. Education.
Music required in C-51 and C-52
will be played Monday and Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday nights respectively from
7:30-3:30 p.m. C-5 playings will be
each week throughout the semes semester.
ter. semester.
LUTHERAN STUDENT CEN CENTER:
TER: CENTER: A Sunday supper will be
served to members o* the Luther Lutheran
an Lutheran Student Association at 5 p.m.
A forum afterwards will be led by
Dr. Oscar Svarlein of the History
and Political Science Department.
The subject that evening will be
"Current Politics and Social Is Issues
sues Issues with special emphasis on
foreign policy. AH are invited to
attend.
PRESBYTERIAN STUDENT
CENTER: Saturday will be a work
day at the center. Those who
would like to help with a few ne necessary
cessary necessary repairs may drop in after
9 oclock. Sunday, a special pro program,
gram, program, "What Must You Get Out
of Your Four Years of College?
will be discussed at 6 p.m. A work workshop
shop workshop dedication service follows at
6:45 p.m.
WESLEY FOUNDATION: A
work party from nine until twelve
on Saturday will include fun and
lunch. Students are invited to come
and bring a guest. A buffet sup supper
per supper will be served Sunday at 6 p.
m. to those who attend the forum
hour which begins at seven oclock
During the hour, Dr. Austen Creel
of the Department of Religion will
speak concerning "Religion in Am America.
erica. America. Refreshments will be ser served
ved served after the 8 p.m. worship ser service.
vice. service.

There will be matinees at 1 and
3 p.m. and evening shows at 7 and
9 p.m.
SUNDAY, OCJT. 23: "Ask Any
Girl is the movie showing in the
Florida Union Auditorium at 1
and 3 p.m.
Forms Due Today For
Rhodes Scholarships
Today is the deadline for Rhodes
Scholarship applicants to see Prof.
A. A. Murphree, Anderson 202.
Prof. Murphree said Wednesday
that the response at UF this year
has been "very poor.
Applicants must be men in their
junior or senior years, and single.
Men Srom 18 to 24 years of age
may apply.
Recipients of the scholarship will
receive 32,100 per year to attend
Oxford University ir England.

Mr
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BILL NELSON ...
. . Frosh President
UF FRESHMAN
DISCUSSION
AT COUNCIL
By ELEANOR YEAGER
Gator Staff Writer
"The University of Florida
Freshman was the topic of the
first Freshman Council meeting
Monday night at the Florida Un Union.
ion. Union.
The organization, composed of
representatives from dorm areas
and fraternity and sorority -pledge
classes, head four addresses by
Student and faculty members em emphasizing
phasizing emphasizing the importance of the
council to the Universty.
Leaders Speak
Speaking on the topic were Bob
Park, student body president;
Lester L. Hale, dean of student
affairs; Frank T. Adams, dean of
men; and Joe Chapman, adminis administrative
trative administrative assistant to the president.
The talks were excerpts of the
program presented to the Second
Annual Freshmen Forum in Sep September.
tember. September. The speakers also pre presented
sented presented their ideas on how such an
organization could benefit the
University.
Past History Told
Past history was discussed by
Mike Crews, past president of
Freshman Council, and Shell Cly Clyatt,
att, Clyatt, past vice president of the
group.
Plans were mentioned for pro projects
jects projects to be considered by an ap appointed
pointed appointed committee to study areas
where the council can be useful.
"Were looking forward to in individual
dividual individual members to show initia initiative
tive initiative in their service," Vice Presi President
dent President Ellis Vaughn sad.
"Presidents Cabinet
A "Presidents Cabinet was
proposed consisting of various
committee chairmen to be ap appointed
pointed appointed in addition to the fresh freshman
man freshman officers.
Off-campus housing representa representatives
tives representatives tentatively are to be ap appointed
pointed appointed by Council President Bill
Nelson. Before being admitted as
permanent members of the coun council,
cil, council, these appointments must be
approved by. the organization.
President Bill Nelson said,
"The tremendous success of our
first meeting shows that there is
every indication that our council
will exceed its expectatons for
this year. My hat is off to Vice
President Ellis Vaughn and Sec Secretary-Treasurer
retary-Treasurer Secretary-Treasurer Walker Lundy
for their contibutions toward the
organization.
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For TV, Football Game Show

Orlando U the destination for the
three UF Sweetheart finalists this
weekend. They will extend an offi official
cial official invitation to alumni and
friends to visit the campus for
Homecoming, Nov. 11 and 12.
The actual winner has been se selected
lected selected from the trio Libby Ba Baker,
ker, Baker, Judy Lynn Prince, and Anne
Sisler but will not be announced
until Nov. 10.
Busy Schedule
During their stay in Orlando at
the Cherry Plaza Hotel the girls
will have a busy schedule. They
will make an appearance during
the half-time activities of a high
school homecoming football game
Friday night.
Appearances will be made on
two local TV stations with films of
the week-end activities on a news newscast.
cast. newscast. Two conventions sire being
held in Orlando this weekend and
the girls will make appearances at
both.
Listening Party
Saturday night an appearance
will be made at a UF-LSU listen listening
ing listening party.
The mayor of Orlando will greet
the girls on the steps of City Hall
whin they arrive there Friday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon to officially begin the week weekend.
end. weekend.
Their last promotion trip will be
Nov. 5 and 6 in Jacksonville where
Staff And Guests
\ Hear Philosophy
Os Student Dean
3
Meetings co-ordinating discuss discussion
ion discussion of student problems with the
office of Student Affairs began
Thursday, according to Dean of
Student Affairs Lester Hale.
Hale spoke on the philosophy of
administration oi student affairs
at the years first meetingv
Future programs include discus discussions
sions discussions and workshops on the
changing character of the Flor Florida
ida Florida student, student-faculty rela relations,
tions, relations, current developments in stu student
dent student affairs and a special report
in the spring on student govern government
ment government its goal and achievements.
Representatives from housing;
from the Dean of Men and Dean of
wo m e ns offices, and assist assistant
ant assistant deans representatives; fra fraternity
ternity fraternity advisors; from the
placement bureau, the Florida Un Union,
ion, Union, and other representative s
from departments directly con concerned
cerned concerned with student affairs will
be invited to attend the monthly
meetings.
The Student Affairs Advisory
Committee will attend the meet meetings
ings meetings regularly and student repre representatives
sentatives representatives will also be invited.
We hope to promote united ef effort
fort effort and mutual* understanding in
these Student Affairs staff meet meetings,
ings, meetings, said Hale.

" BEU SYSTEM
INTERVIEW TEAM COMING SOON!
management employment opportunities available...
Seniors and Graduate Students in Engineering, Mathematics
and Physics~make a date to talk with a Bell System filter*
viewer when he visits your campus.
Representatives will be on the campus
OCTOBER 31, NOVEMBER 1, 2 and 3
GROUP MEETING: October 31- 5.-Q0 jun.. Room 328.
Engineering Building
INTERVIEWS: November 1, 2 and 3 from &00 Ut to
msimb
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Companies to be represented:
American Telephone and Tatastaph Company
long Una* Dapartmant
Ball Telaphona laboratories
Sandia Corporation
Southern Rail Telaphona an4T#l#erapH Waitam Electric Company'
Manufacturing Division
** Field engineering Forcos
' \

The Florida Alligator, Friday, Oct. 21, 1960

the Gators will meet the Georgia
Bulldogs for their annual session in
the Gator Bowl.
While in Jacksonville the finalist
will attend the annual Georgia-

LOOK AT THESE DEADLINES,
MAKE NC '6O DIXIE'S BEST

With Homecoming only three
weeks away, deadlines for vari various
ous various competitions are approach approaching.
ing. approaching.
Today at 5 p.m. is the dead deadline
line deadline for both Gator Growl skit
scripts and Growl talent. Tapes
for Growl are due next Friday
with tryouts scheduled for Nov.
2, Growl Director Bill Crick Crickenberger
enberger Crickenberger said.
Field Acts Chairman Dan
O'Connell said talent is being
sought for Gator Growl and
deadline for applying is today at
5 p.m.
The Deadline for submitting
entries for the Homecoming Pa Parade
rade Parade will be Oct. 28 at 5 p.m..
Chairman Ton Lag rone said. En Entrants
trants Entrants must submit a brief de description
scription description of their float at this
time. Applications are available
in room 13 of the Florida Union.
House Decorations deadline is
also Oct. 28, Chairman Julie
Thordarson said. Entrants must
also submit a brief description of
their proposed decoration by the
deadline. Those who wish to en enter
ter enter the house decorations compe competition
tition competition may pick up application
forms in room 13 of the Florida
Union.

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Florida Alumni Breakfast, appear
on local television stations and be
presented during the half-time
show at the football game Satur Saturday
day Saturday afternoon.

,In other Homecoming news.
Student Body President Bob Park
issued a letter of appreciation to
the work of fraternities and so sororities
rorities sororities in making Homecom*"?
success.
Following is the text of Parks
letter:
Dear Fraternity and
Sorority Members:
One of the traditional advant advantages
ages advantages of fraternity and sorority
ages of fraternity and sorority
life on our campus has always
been the sense of excitement and
satisfaction that comes of your
participation in our Homecoming
extravaganza.
On the eve of all the work and
panic of Homecoming prepar preparation,
ation, preparation, I would like to suggest
that our contributions to Home Homecoming,
coming, Homecoming, as you know, bring a
great deal of pleasure to the fac faculty
ulty faculty and alumni, and create the
strongest positive image of fra fraternity
ternity fraternity and sorority vigor and
spirit of the school year.
The entire University appreci appreciates
ates appreciates your effort. I just wanted to
express our interest and antici anticipation
pation anticipation as you undertake another
great Homecoming program.
808 PARK

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Self criticism can be one of the most
valuable assets in our fight for the
right or it can be one of the grossest
wastes of time.
Evaluation committees have sprung
from all angles: from student govern government,
ment, government, from Florida Blue Key, from
newly named Tigert Hall, to mention
but a few.

BUT, IT IS all too easy for these
committees to become engulfed in the
work of ferreting out the evils of the
day. It is all too easy,for groups faced
with the overwhelming numbers of
problems involved to spend conference
hour upon conference hour looking
into what has become a major evil in
the eyes of the beholders.
The problems being discussed often
do point out areas that need revamp revamping
ing revamping to begin with. But the committee
falls prey to a most malicious evil
wasting time on a superficialty.
* *
MANY OF THESE committees
we cite the Student Affairs Advisory
Committee whose tentative agenda for
the year was published in last weeks
Alligator are being engulfed in
such waves of incidental problems.
Few are free from the plunge.
Basic issues must be dealt with. All
these minor areas of concern that
committees tend to deal with serve
only as symptoms of the major issues
of the day, the ones to which concert concerted
ed concerted effort must be applied.
* *
WHAT MATTERS it that coeds re refrain
frain refrain from going to football games
without dates? Or that shower clogs
and tee shorts are worn to classes?
Do these seem like the earth shaking
problems that have caused evaluation
of student'affairs to be done in the
first place ? We say NO!
We contend that basic issues must
first be dealt with, issues that boil
down to a dollars and cents future, if
you will.
* *
WE MUST NOT let ourselves be
tricked into dealing with superstruct superstructural
ural superstructural problems when we are faced
with those that have consequence to
the state, the nation and the worlds
welfare.
Student dress and the dating situa situation"
tion" situation" may mean a lot to the campus
community, it is true. But do these
really matter when we see the leader leadership
ship leadership of the world failing us?
* *
WE MEAN THIS to be a challenge
to the committees in action at present.
Lets get down to business and decide
what is wrong with the world and this
community that is shaping that
worlds leaders the students
right here and now.
Lets look over the problems intelli intelligently
gently intelligently and do the kind of evaluating
that was called for at Septembers
Presidents Retreat.
*OO
LETS SEE the administration, stu student
dent student affairs, students themselves be
concerned with what they are doing
here getting an education, getting
conditioned to the world of ideas so
that the outside world of materials

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Quit Pettifogging

Editorials

might benefit by what we have to con contribute
tribute contribute a whole realm of free ex expression
pression expression and thought.
Lets decide that we HAVE some something
thing something to contribute and we will contri contribute
bute contribute it. This need not be only through
the avenue of committees, but of indi individuals
viduals individuals as well.
D. H.
Smoked Out
With all this latest uproar concern concerning
ing concerning fires, fire safety, etc., in our four
campus dinosaurs Anderson, Pea Peabody,
body, Peabody, Benton and Walker halls it
seems two common sense methods
could be initiated immediately if not
sooner that would give considerable
relief to two phases of the problem.
Fire potential could be cut down
with strict enforcement of the No
Smoking rules in these buildings, at
least in the classrooms. Persons who
can sit, smokeless, through a two-hour
movie should have no trouble making
it sans nicotine, through a 50-minute
class.
0 0 0
ALARM OVER the yegods, how
would we survive a fire on these
jammed stairwells?! side of the
problem can be reduced by simply
making each stairwell one-way up or
down at opposite ends of the build buildings.
ings. buildings. This will relieve the everyday
congestion and if a fire should break
out, perish the thought, all traffic
would be one-way down anyway.
These are of course only stopgap
measures. The sooner these fire haz hazards
ards hazards get the type of attention and re relief
lief relief they deserve, the better.
About Time
One of Floridas most time-honored
traditions may be on the way out. .
finally.
Its not one of the UFs most cher cherished
ished cherished traditions, which makes its pass passage
age passage all the more welcome. Its the age ageold
old ageold practice fraternities have had of
sounding their own horns at football
games Saturday afternoons.
There are proper times and places
for the Greeks to give it the old wa wahoo
hoo wahoo for our group.
0 0 0
BUT, COACH GRAVES Gators are
no more interested in which lodge has
the loudest lineup of lungs than is the
man in the scoreboard booth ... albeit
everyone, conceivably, is and should
be interested in what those particular
individuals are up to.
Florida Field is the football players
stage and were glad to see individuals
in some of the fraternities are direct directing
ing directing the bloc cheering toward the grid gridiron
iron gridiron and not toward themselves.
Lets hope the next step is more or
less incessant roaring throughout from
everyone en masse on the east side of
the stadium.

Friday, Octobar 21, 1960

The Dragon Hunt
L etters t 0 the Editor

Frohock Hit
Once Again
EDITOR:
A couple of weeks ago I wrote
a letter to the editor regarding
Frohocks quite emotional, in incoherent
coherent incoherent crud called a column.
I said then that his efforts were
nothing more than the emotion emotional
al emotional babblings of an exhausted
mind; I havent revised my
opinion!
000
I CANT honestly understand
how such a completely untalent untalented
ed untalented individual came to be given
the opportunity of writing a col column
umn column for the Alligator. All I can
say is the paper must really be
scrapping the bottom of the bar barrel.
rel. barrel.
a
IF SUCH Die hard Demos,
such as Frohock would use a
little reason in their columns,
(including Jon Johnson whos
just as bad at times) they just
might convert a few of us so
called out-dated conserva conservatives.
tives. conservatives.
* *
HOWEVER, if Frohocks lit litterary
terary litterary efforts are any indica indication
tion indication of the caliber of intelligence
that rides within the Democratic
ranks. I can honestly say that
I dont want any of it!
On to victory and good gov government
ernment government with NIXON and
LODGE!
DOUGLAS M. MIDGLEY,
Coeds Find
Fix-ups Bad
EDITOR:
When I first came to this cam campus
pus campus two years ago (1958) the
dating situation was pretty bad,
and it has steadily grown worse
every year since.
One otf the few acceptable
ways to meet prospective dates
is in classes. This seldom is suc successful
cessful successful because so many girl
(and boys) depend on fix-ups
for their weekend dates.
Since there never seem to be
enough fix-ups to go around,
some girls sit in (boys, you have
no idea how many this applies
to) while boys are doing the
same thing, and they have no
way to meet each other.
*
ITS NOT QUITE as bad for
you, boys. Yall can go out on
Saturday night in groups where
most girls would shy away from
this like the plague.
Now I know that dating agen agencys,
cys, agencys, clubs, etc. have many stig stigmas
mas stigmas about them to both sexes.
The girls feel if they submit
their name to such a list guys
will know they didn't have a
date (this is a fate worse than
death.)
Whereas boys feel that all
girls who sign up must be los losers
ers losers from the word go. Since
neither of these commonly held
beliefs need be true if such an
organization were handled prop properly,
erly, properly, there must be some way
to solve this discouraging situa situation.
tion. situation.
0
I HAVE NO WAY of knowing
if this was in anyway part of
last years campaign promises,

but since Ive heard nothing
about it from anyone but my myself,
self, myself, I doubt it.
Before doing anymore Id like
to hear some comment and crit criticism
icism criticism from my fellow students.
If anyone, male or female,
reading this feels they have A
SERIOUS contribution to make,
please contact me by phone at
room 2057 Rawlings, or mail to
Box 6710 Rawlings, or, if you
prefer, byway of this column.
Please dont hesitate, I need
help! This can only be what you
students make it, if you dont
try its not worth the effort.
MARCIA JONES
Gainesburg
Address Abe
EDITOR:
Four score and two decades
ago our fathers brought forth
in this town a new country con conceived
ceived conceived in Border Control and
dedicated to the proposition that
all students should be graded
on the curve.
Now we are engaged in a
great academic strife, testing
whether that Border or any bor border
der border so conceived and so poor
can long endure.
a a a
WE ARE learning on the site
of that budget. We have come
here to dedicate a portion of
our minds to those who here
gave theirs that that budget
might be expanded.
But in a larger sense, we can cannot
not cannot expand, we cannot build,
we cannot educate on this
ground. The Border Control
wont let us.
a a a
THE BRAVE minds, living
and left who suffered here have
educated them far beyond our
poor power to add or detract.
a a a
IT IS for us, the students,
rather to be here educated to
the proposition that medio mediocrity
crity mediocrity of the students, for the
country and by the Boder Con Control
trol Control shall not perish from Gain Gainesville.
esville. Gainesville.
Gimme an orange!
NAME WITHHELD
What's This
T omfoolery?
EDITOR:
As a foreigner unused to the
ways of this Brave New World,
I become more and more be bewildered
wildered bewildered at the latest example
of double think. What (I near nearly
ly nearly said who!!) are Democrats
for Nixon?
a a a
THIS KIND of exquisite tom tomfoolery
foolery tomfoolery should not cease with
the elections in November. The
opportunities are unlimited.
.How about Capitalists for
Khrushchev or Steelers for
Stengel? Ah me!!
BEWILDERED BRITON
(Name Withheld)

QUOTES FROM QUINCY

All You Namehunters Con Try Again

By GARY PEACOCK
I just got through reading
Emersons American Scholar
and discovered that, according
to Ralph W., for every name
in a modem newspaper the
writer is guaranteed 7.6 readers.
Always wanting to increase my
readership, I have decided to
once again to
But just hav- peaCOCK
ing names is
not enough a column must
have a purpose.
So I would like to send out a
reminder to the fallowing people
that HO 6oBest In Dixie is
only three weeks away.
To Thom Rumberger, the Hon Honor
or Honor Courts answer to Perry Ma Mason.
son. Mason. . to Charley Wells, sup supporter
porter supporter of lost causes . to
Bill Bucchalter who promises to
put my name on the sports
page .
To all the girls in Orientation
Group No. 96 ... to all the girls
who go to the HUB at 10:40 on
Fridays ... to all the girls who
made their dates take them to

THE FLAIL

Electioneering in A Hurry, Not in Haste

By JOHN MILLER
There are few issues left be before
fore before the national elections and
if anything is to be said, it
must be said in a hurry. But
the word there is hurry, not
in haste.
Much has
been written,
both by the in informed
formed informed and Os : 1
the uninform- Bs..
ed (use first R
person, Mill- K ; |Kjjij
er), about
both candi candidates.
dates. candidates. Some
have set
forth arg-u- MILLER
ments, others
opinions, a few mere oral
squawks in the arbitrary system
of unrelated symbols we call
words.
*
* *
IT IS NOT THE purpose today
to set out new arguments, to
quote more statistics, to add to
the general wealth of informa information
tion information which will arm the best bestinformed
informed bestinformed voting public our elec electoral
toral electoral system has yet sent to
the polls.
But my blood honest-to-God
boils to see some of the items
that have been set in print in
the past few weeks, to hear
some of the statements that
have been made in arguments,
debates and speeches, to real realize
ize realize that both candidates are
helped by proponents who
seem to sincerely feel that the
assertion that a particular man
is a Southern gentleman is
a basic reason to give that man
your support.
This was said about Senator
Jack Kennedy. Let me state out outright
right outright that I support the Nixon-
Lodge ticket through the sin sincere
cere sincere belief, after examining all
the facts I can bring before me
on behalf of both candidates,
that thi is the best choice I can
TOP DRAWER

Honor System: Two 'Gleaming Issues'

By FRED FROHOCK
Its true.
Arguments over the Honor Sys System
tem System are usually like people in
Lewis Carrolls Alice in Won Wonderland
derland Wonderland they have to run as
fast as they can to stay in one
place.
If one will shred away the
verbal foliage surrounding the
subject, how however,
ever, however, there can
be observed a
gleaming set
of issues. They ]
come in two
categories. M m
First, there K jb||| /
is the strict strictly
ly strictly mechanical
one of making
the system <&
work with re- FROHOCK
spect to the
court. As chancellor Gavin O-
Brien has indicated in his own
simple and dramatic way, the
structure was set up to handle
a relatively small number of
students.
* *
WHAT THIS MEANS is that
as the student body and there therefore
fore therefore the base quantity of cheat cheating
ing cheating has grown, the court just
cannot cope with the enormous
amount oi work involved.
It must not be forgotten that
the justices are operating in &
secondary field. They are full*!
time students and part-time
judges not the other way
around.
This situation can be resolved
by altering the organization of
the system. One example of this
was the recent creation of at attorney
torney attorney general and staff. Other
changes might include alternate

Frolics . to all the dates who
didn't go. .

TO JON (CQ) JOHNSON of
the Kennedy camp ... to Kirk
Callahan whos supporting Rich Richard
ard Richard Nixon and Lyndon John Johnson
son Johnson ... to Jim Moorehead
whos holding out endorsing
anyone ... to all the KDs.
To all members of the CUI,
affiliated independents .
To all the girls who ever
stumbled down the steps of the
Peachtree Palace ... to those
who havent ... to those who
never will ... to those who nev never
er never will again .
To Julie McClure, the Gators
super-duper classified ad sales salesman
man salesman ... to Eleanor Laslie whos
gone forever ... to Kitty Nudge,
Queen of the HUB ... to Mary
Worth who ought to mind her
own business ... to Sibley
Burgogr.e, vivacious Tri-Delt,
whos mad at someone .

TO ALBERT WHO still hasnt
moved yet . to Leoy Col Collins
lins Collins whos moving north come
January ... to Randy Kroner,
the blond-haired Jerry Lewis .
to Roger LaVoie who looks like
the coyote of Roadrunner fame...
To Joni James, the sweetest
singer in the whole wide world
. . to Shirley Ann Martin who
stays at FSU too much .
to Susan and Diane of HC Pub Publicity

make this November. I there therefore
fore therefore do not think the senator
needs any help to lose.
* *
BUT I HAVE been regaled by
comments, reports, columns,
and criticisms of people whose
support is apparently based on
a what I think is best for
everyone regardless attitude.
Surely Mr. Kennedys record
is a brilliant one. No one who
has taken the trouble to evalu evaluate
ate evaluate the candidates and has any
intelligence at all can deny this.
Somewhere in all of his achieve achievements
ments achievements there must be adequate
material for cogent arguments
based on more than a traditional
moral-socialethnic personality
outline defined by geographic
origin.
Especially since he is a
born and bred Bostonian. Can it
be he is from southern Boston?
Now, mind, I think fables and
fairy tales are darn clever,
awfully cute, all very nice, all
very sweet. Use em myself
for the sake of sarcasm or a
laugh. But I doubt me that
theyre commercial as political
arguments. More especially in
imitation.
* *
TO WIT, IF one were to base
the choice on merely what one
is willing to accept in print ra rather
ther rather than on personal examina examination
tion examination of the records and extra
research into the proposed plans
of both candidates, what would
you find?
Basically that no one who
spports Kennedy thinks that
Nixon has the basic intelligence
to walk to a globe of the world
and find any given countries re relation
lation relation geographically to any
given country.
Perhaps one could glean the
supposition that Nixon is a dirty
guy for wanting to defend a
pair of insignificant island*
which are now free .... from

sets of justices to deal with var various
ious various categories of cases.
*
HOWEVER, THESE are really
peripheral items. The central
problem has been and remains
the question of the basic ap approach
proach approach to cheating; a horror or
a proctor system.
The distinction between the
two methods is sharp and im important.
portant. important. Under an honor system,
the responsibility for enforcing
rules rests to a greater or lesser
extent with the student body.
The proctor system shifts this
responsibility to a separate and
specialized body of persona.
In away, it all goes back to
how one philosophically ap approaches
proaches approaches life. The optimist
with his direct line to the En Enlightenment
lightenment Enlightenment believes that man
is essentially rational and good.
The pessimist is much more
skeptical and one is tempted
to add more realistic.

THE JUSTIFICATION for the
Honor System leans to an awk awkward
ward awkward degree on the pure and
hopeful viewpoint. If every man
ia not good, at least the bad
will be in a minority sufficient sufficiently
ly sufficiently small to be controlled by the
great mass of wonderful people
and this is the catch on
their own initiative.
It seems like a lot to ask. It
does not take an extraordinary
high moral level in a community
of people to expect cheating to
remain at a reasonable minim minimum.
um. minimum. But to anticipate the au automatic
tomatic automatic functioning of an inform informal
al informal police force is to reach to r
the moon with ice tongs.
As far as the proctor system
is concerned, there seem to be
two dissenting arguments. First,

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armed aggression. But that he
should have gone into an island
much closer that was fighting
for freedom and arbitrarily tak taking
ing taking it over and set up some sort
of colonial guidance system.
*
IN FACT, ONE can read and
believe that Nixon is at fault
for (l) making statements to
forestall open warfare, and (2)
not advocating our countries
headlong entry into three (count
them 3, 111, three) areas
where armed conflict was al already
ready already in progress. The alterna alternatives
tives alternatives to both these points would
involve a sudden curtailment of
the life process in many of our
uniformed young voters,
wouldnt it?
Somehow, I dont think t Wfi
is what Senator Kennedy wishes
to get across to the country. But
his supporters seem to. In &
hurry, gentlemen, not in
haste.
It may be possible to takls
some distortion out of the mir
ror. No one can tell anyone elss
what Nixon really meant ekcejS
Nixon. Words give definitions
but not always meanings and
4 connotations.
* *
PERHAPS THE Vice-Presi Vice-President
dent Vice-President is saying that should these
islands be forcibly invaded be before
fore before alternatives are worked out
to their continued occupation,
the United States will no longer
stand by and see innocent peo peoples
ples peoples slaughtered, but will in instead
stead instead defend the helpless and
protect the innocent.
Now thats what Senator Ken Kennedy
nedy Kennedy would want, isnt it? Do
you suppose Jack would say,
Let them take care of them themselves?
selves? themselves?
Could be, too, that Nixon feel
that come Democrats or high
water, this country is through
being a patsy abroad and a self-
contradiction at homt.

people say that it wont work
because everyone will begin
cheating as soon as they know
theyre not on their honor to ref refrain
rain refrain from doing so.

THIS IS RIDICULOUS. The
implication here is that one
cant devise an effective proctor
, system to cope with these peo people
ple people who mistakenly believe that
honor plays no part in a proctor
system. Quite the contrary, how however.
ever. however. A proctor system Jean be
set up to deal successfully with*
any amount of cheating.
The other argument is more
emotional and usually made by
starry-eyed young women; that
is, the honor system is an Ideal
that is representative of the
high moral standards of the
school, i
This is simply not so. An
honor system is one type o£
media through which the mora£
level of a group can be discern discerned.
ed. discerned. But if this moral level isT
less than is necessary to keep
such a demanding system
ticable, then the reflection be**
comes even more of a travesty
than would be evident under a;
more authoritarian arrange arrangement.
ment. arrangement.

IN ALL LIKELIHOOD, the*:
recommended revisions in the
UF system will accept as xZ
working premise the essential
method and concern themselves
with the working order of the*
structure. It would be
ing, though, to see a vote in~
the spring elections on whether
or not to continue the honor
system iitself.
After all, Mr. f OBrien, by that;*
time your job wouldnt ba at
stake.



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service. The 6-2 guard will bolster the hopes of new
cage coach Norman Sloan. Merchant, all-city and all allstate
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state finals in *57. He averaged close to 30 points a
game in the service.
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Grid Experts Agree;
Look for Gotor Victory

PROGNOST-GATOR

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By GEORGE SOLOMON
Guest Football Expert
The Gators have a rugged t esr
ahead of them Saturday nigh
against LSU in Baton Rouge. Ti
ger Stadium is no picnic ground
The students, fans and LSU bal
club make things very hard or
the opposition. Only a great effor
by the Gatora will produce a vie
tory.
The selections:
Florida over LSU . Going
way out on a limb for this one
LSU is victory hungry and s-houlc
be ready for the Gators. But Flor
Ida likes the taste of victory anc
wont give up. Ill say Florida
7-0.
Miami over Auburn . Hurri Hurricanes
canes Hurricanes are starting to look good
now. They have a good quarter quarterback
back quarterback in Johns and a strong line
to stand up against Auburn, Miami
by 14-7.
Florida State over William and
Mary . Seminoles have to win
this game.
Ohio State over Wisconsin .
Ohio State got beat last week by
Purdue and should have enough to
take the Badgers.
Georgia Tech over Tulane .
Tech has too much backfield for
Tulane to handle. Jackets will win
by two touchdowns.
Georgia over Kentucky .
Bulldogs, behind quarterback Tar Tarkenton,
kenton, Tarkenton, should get by improving
Kentucky this week. But it may be
close.
Navy over 4 Pennsylvania .
The Navy isnt about to be sunh
this week. Penn is out of its lea league
gue league this week and will be lucky tc
come out of this game a credited
college.
Penn State over Illinois . Ir
a close game, Penn State will take
the game, 14-13.
lowa over Purdue . Haveni
picked Purdue to win yet this yeai
and they havent lost. A lettei
from the Purdue coach asked me
to pick lowa for some reason, sc
why not.
Rich over Texas . This shoulc
be a great game. But Rice stll
left me with quite an impressior
two weeks ago and I haven
changed my mind.
Clemson over Duke . Clem
son was knocked off last week anc
should rebound. Duke isnt a push
over.
Arkansas over Mississippi .
My upset of the year. Game wil
be played in Little Rock and Ar
kansas will try its best to please
the good governor Faubus. Mj
score, 14-13.
Alabama over Houston . Ala Alabama
bama Alabama may have trouble this weel
with a pretty fair Houston club
campus
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By BILL BLCHALTER
Gator prognosticator
Love that Purdue. Well I want to
thank all you wonderful people
who helped win eight of eleven
games last weekend. This week I
would like to dedicate my selec selections
tions selections to Solly Weam and Ei Loot
Stan and Pauline, Ann Sisler and
friend, Wiggles and Gray, Norm
Lipoff, Gary Peacock, Mr. Linden
and Buster Brown, the tallest
teetotaler in the world.
Now to these and many more, I
dedicate the following score:
Florida over LSU . A 38-yard
FG by Bill Cash will give the Ga Gators
tors Gators a hard-earned 10-7 win. Fierce j
line play by Pat Patchen and Nick j
Arfaras will be featured. This j
ones for Kaye A., and not the!
frat.
Auburn over Miami . These
Tigers are regular Hurricane hunt hunters.
ers. hunters. Besides Dyas is on the move;
so is Chaning.
FSU over Wm and Mary .
Scalp em woo-00.
Ohio State over Wisconsin .
Nobodys gonna beat the Bucks
this week. Theyre tough like R.S.
Georgia Tech over Tulane .
Ramblin Wreck to ride the wave*.
Speaking of riding the waves, this
game is dedicated to K.W. and
J.B.
Georgia over Kentucky . For
Coach Donaldson, Hank, and
Weeping Wally. The Bulldogs to
pull the Wool-urn over the Cats
eyes. %
Navy over Penn . Sorry Bar Barbara
bara Barbara L. but the Gobs have damned
the torpedoes and are going full
speed ahead.
Illinois over Penn State ... I
guess you could call this an upset.
The Illini are due and the Lions
havent recovered from Orange Orangebite.
bite. Orangebite.
lowa over: Purdue . The Hawk
eyes are No. 1.
Texas over Rice ... I hate to
go against the Owls but Texas lost
a heartbreaker last week and will
be out for blood Saturday. This one
could go the other way but the Dal Dallasmen
lasmen Dallasmen have a Cotton-pickin
good quarterback and Maurice
Doak.
Clemson over Duke . Frank
Howards po little country boys to
win a big ACC game. Haiman
Clein has nothing to do with the
game but Lowndes Shingler, Tiger
QB has.
Mississippi over Arkansas ... I
cant quite go along with my erst erstwhile
while erstwhile foe on this upset because Ar Arkansas
kansas Arkansas had to go all out to cop a
lest second win from Texas. I
dont believe they can do it two
weeks in a row. The Mighty Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi might drown Faubus fol followers
lowers followers though.
Alabama over Houston . Ivan
and Hermeine, two camp follow followers
ers followers told me that Bama wont have
any trouble with the Texans. TTie
Bama boys are fuming from last
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New Couth, Tough State, Make Up
Ingredients for 1960 Cage Season

A new chapter in the UF basketball story will be
written this year with high hopes for a Cinderella
success ending.

The authors of the 1960 edition
are Norman Sloan, who has been
called one of the outstanding
young coaches in America, and his
assistant. Bob Swander, a former
All-American mention in his play playing
ing playing days at Memphis State.
Sloan is in his first season at
Florida replacing John Mauer who
resigned last yew to devote full
time to football.
Ambitious Schedule
The ingredients of the story in include
clude include an ambitious schedule, five
returning lettermen, a service re returnee,
turnee, returnee, and a host Os promising
sophomores.
Gone are the days when a
Florida cage schedule would in include
clude include Tampa, Rollins, Florida
Southern, etc. Now the Gators
will face the likes of Wake Fo Forest,
rest, Forest, Texas Tech, Duke, and oth other
er other nationally ranked opponents.
,The only way to Mbm to play
good basketball is to play against
good basketball, says Sloan who
guided the Citadel from the depths
of the Southern Conference to a
ranking power prior to coming to
Florida.
Heading The Cast
Heading the cast of characters
is captain Bobby Shiver, the Ga Gators
tors Gators leading scorer of last season.
Shiver, a 6-2 guard from Lakeland,
averaged 17.5 points-per game
and was among the nations lead leaders
ers leaders for free throw accuracy.
Lettermen Cliff Luyk and
George Jung, a pair of 6-7 giants,
lend height and experience to the
Squad.
Guards Paul Mosuey and Neil
Cody round out the returning
letter winners. Forward Bob Ba Bacon,
con, Bacon, a non letter winner also
is hack for more action.
Playing a strong supporting
role to any victory ideas of the
Gators will be Lu Merchant, a for former
mer former Florida eager who just re returned
turned returned from the service. Merchant,
an all-everything at Miami Edison
High School, ave Aged close to 30-

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points-per-game in the service.
Soph Trio
A trio of rugged forwards pace
the incoming sophomores. Joe
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Meigs, a 6-5 Jacksonville product,
6-3 Carlos Morrison, and 6-4 Je
Metzger add height and shooting
ability to the varsity.
Morrison was the leading scor scorer
er scorer on the Jreshmen team last
winter and Meigs was the lead leading
ing leading rebounder.
Guards Buddy Bales and Ronnie
Poh lend depth. Bales is noted
for his defensive ability. Poh his
ball-handling.
The plot will thicken on tile new
story when Florida faces Wake
Forest, Dec. 3. at Winston-Salem,
N.C., in its season opener.
Gator basketball fans are hoping
Sloan can continue where he left
off. The 34-year-old coach develop developed
ed developed winning teams at Presbyterian
and Citadel in short periods of
time.

The Fiends Alligator, Friday, Oct. 21, 1960

Swift Sigs, PKP
Sweep Track

Sigma Chi and Pi Kappa Phi garnered their second
consecutive track trophies in this weeks fraternity track
competition.
Led by two former Broward County track stars, the
speedy Sigs waltzed off with the Orange League cham championship,
pionship, championship, taking seven of ten first places and amassing
57 total points.

Ken Krasay, of Ft. Lauderdale,
placed first in the broad jump and
220 yard dash and assisted the
Sig 440 relay in winning that
event.
Gene Francis, oft South Brow Broward,
ard, Broward, came home the winner in
the 60 and 100 yard dashes and
also helped pace the Sigma Chi
relay squad in the 440 event.
Wins Discus
The Sigs Jerry Griffin added
to the victory margin by winning
the discus event with a toss of
142 feet.
Sid Cherry and Mike Docsh
helped mass the Siga point total by
taking two places in the four way
tie in the Orange League high
jump event aa Ed Hayes of Kappa
Alpha and Don Harrington of Beta
Theta Pi all tied at a height of 6-1.
In Blue League action, Pi Kap Kappa
pa Kappa Phis Bob Riddell equaled
Franciss feat by winning the 60
and the 100 and holding down a po position
sition position on the PKP team.
Dave Stanforth added winners
points in the high jump and broad
jump events.
The Baptist Student Union har harriers,
riers, harriers, led by Bill Baker and
Speedy Gonzalez, edged out the
men from Georgia Seagle, 54 l a
to win the track crown in the
Oirf-Campus circuit.
Baker Wins
Baker captured wins in the 60
and 100 yard dashes and the 120
yard low hurdles. Gonzales
copped first place in the 880 yard
run.
In the Independent League, the
Olympians outclassed their near nearest
est nearest rivals, the Latin American
Club, 75*11 to win their second con consecutive
secutive consecutive track championship in

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Every year, as we all know, the Benevolent and Protective
Order of Collegiate Fraternities awards a highly coveted prise
to the fraternity house which, in its judgment, has done the
most to promote and enhance the fraternity way of life. Hie
prize this yeareight hundred pounds of white puttygoes to
the Signa Phi Nothing chapter of the South Dakota College
of Dentistry and Renaissance Art.
The award this year is exceptionally richly deserved, for the
Signa Phi Nothing house is the very model of all a fraternity
should be. It is, first of ail, most attractive house physically.
The outside walls are tastefully covered with sequins. Running
along the upper story is a widows walk, with a widow stationed
every three feet. Moored to the chimney pot is the Graf Zeppelin.
Indoors, the house gives an impression of simple, casual charm.
The chapter room is furnished in homey maple and chinti,
with a dash of verve provided by a carp pool three hundred feet
in diameter. A waterspout rises from the center of the pool with
the housemother bouncing on the top.
Members rooms are gracious and airy and are provided with
beds which disappear into the wallpermanently. Each room
also has a desk, a comfortable chair, a good reading lamp, and
a catapult for skeetshooting. Kidney-shaped desks are avail available
able available for kidney-shaped members.
Perhaps the most fetching feature of the house are the packs
of Maritoros stacked in heaps wherever one goes. If one wishes
to settle back and enjoy a full-flavored smoke, one needs only
to reach out one's hand in any direction and pick a pack of
Marlborossoft pock or flip-top boxard make ones self com comfortable
fortable comfortable with a filtered cigarette with an unfiltered tastethat
triumph of the tobacconists art, that paragon of smokes, thit
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The decor, the grace, the Marlboros, all combine to make
Signa Phi Nothing a real gas of a fraternity. But a fraternity
is more than things; it is also people. And it is in the people
department that Signa Phi Nothing really shines.
Signa Phi Nothing has among its members the biggest
BMOCs on the entire campus of the South Dakota College of
Dentistry and Renaissance Art. There is, for instance, William
Makepeace Sigafooo charcoal and bun chairman of the annual
Stamp Gub outing. Then there is Dun Rovin, winner of last
year's All-South Dakota State Monopoly Championship, IS6
Pound Clou. Then there is Rock Schwartz who can sleep stand standing
ing standing up. Then there is Tremblant Placebo, who can crack pecans
in his armpits. Then there is Ralph TungtUn, who went bald
at eight-
But why go on? You ean see what a splendid bunch of chaps
there is in Signa Phi Nothing, and when one sees them at the
house in the cool of the evening, all busy with their tasks taskssome
some taskssome picking locks, some playing Jaeks-or-Better, some clipping
Playboyones heart fills up and ones eyes grow misty, and
one cannot but give three cheers and a tiger for Signa Phi
Nothing, fraternity of the year!
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Gator Mural Editor

that league.
Dorm O took the honors in the
Dorm League with last years in intramural
tramural intramural champions. Fletcher K
Rats finishing second followed try
Weaver Four.

The University Chess Club's an annual
nual annual Fall Chess Tournament will
get underway Friday evening in
the Fletcher Lounge. The first of
six weekly rounds will start at 7 :30
p.m. Late registration will be open
7-7:20 p.m.
* *
Tony Berkes. the new president
of the Gator Ski Club, announced
that the new skiing hours of trie
club will be on Saturdays from 9
a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sundays from l
to 5 p.m. Free Ski lessons will be
given Saturday mornings.
PAT PATCHEN .
. . Tough End

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Page 6

Footballers Encounter Hurricanes, Tigers This Weekend

LSU Defense Tests Unbeaten Gator
Conference Record at Baton Rouge

By ROBERT GREEN
Gator Sport* Writer
Florida* home loving Gators
will make their first and only out
of state appearance of this year
when they meet the LSU Tigers at
Baton Rouge Saturday night be betore
tore betore an expected crowd of 60,000 at
Tiger Stadium.
The contest looms as a particu particularly
larly particularly important one for the Gators,
who boast a 2-0 SEC record and a
4;1 overall mark at this time. LSU
has a 1-3 season to date, but all
have been extremely close.
The Tigers opened with s 9*o
win over Texas A&M but this
was followed by losses to Baylor
7-3, Georgia Tech, 6-2, and Ken Kentucky,
tucky, Kentucky, 3-0.
Defense seems to be the strong
point of the 1960 Tigers as they
have only given up one TD (Tech
kicked two field goals). However,
their offense has not yet recov recovered
ered recovered from the loss of such as Billy
Cannon and Johnny Robinson.
Field Passes
What offensive power they do
What offensive power they do
have is led by the passing of Jim Jimmy
my Jimmy Field, who haa completed 17

PROBABLE STARTING LINEUPS
FLORIDAS GATORS LSUS TIGERS
NAME HT. WT. POS. WT. HT. NAME
Pat Patchen 6-0 200 LE 170 5-10 Andy Bourgeois
Ronnie Slack 6-2 220 L T 215 6-2 Bob Richards
Ken Norris 6-2 219 LG 210 ft-11 Roy Winston
Bob Wehking 6-4 224 C 217 6-2 Charles (Bo) Strange
Vic Miranda 6-0 200 1? G 212 6-2 Ed McCreedy
Jim Beaver 6-1 213 R T 230 5-10 BiUy Booth
Nick Arfaras 6-2 200 R E 197 6-2 Micky Mangham
Larry libertore 5-9 138 Q B 175 5-11 Jimmy Field
Lindy Infante 5-10 175 L H 190 6-0 Wendall Harris
Don Deal 5-9 176 RH 180 6-0 Jerry Stovall
Jon Maceth 5-8 185 F B 190 6-1 Donnie Daye

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out of 27 passes this season, the
running of Wendell Harris and the
punting of halfback Jerry Stovall.
The defense * led by All-
American tackle candidate Bo
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. . Veteran end
Strange, who has been shifted, to
center, end Mickey Mangham,
and safety man Darryl Jenkins.
In preparation for their tough

task, plus the several injuries that
have hit the squad, the Gators
have made some changes. Sopho Sophomore
more Sophomore end Bruce Starling has been
shifted to halfback and will see
plenty of action against the Ben Bengals.
gals. Bengals.
With Captain Bill Hood still in injured,
jured, injured, Bob Wehking will start at
center.
Alternate Captain
Halfback Don Deal, who is hav having
ing having a fine year so far, will be the
alternate captain. Another Gator
slated to see plenty of action is
Nick Arfaras who had a fine week
in practice.
The Tigers have downed the UF
the past two years, taking a 10-7
win at Baton Rouge in 1958, and a
9-0 victory to spoil last years
homecoming. In both games, how however,
ever, however, the Gators outplayed what
was then the nations number one
team.
The team will leave from
Gainesville Friday morning, flying
to New Orlesms in time for an aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon workout at the Sugar Bowl.
They will stay overnight at New
Orleans and go to Baton Rouge the
fellowring day.

Seats Available
For Grid Fans
Gator football fans will be hap happy
py happy to note that there are still many
prime seats available for the Ga Gators
tors Gators remaining games at Florida
Field and the Gator Bowl.
For the Auburn game, there are
3,100 reserved tickets in the north
stands and 2,900 general admission
and public school tickets in the
south stands remaining to be sold.
At the Gator Bowl, the site of the
UF-Georgia tilt, there remain 500
south stand reserved seats and
2,200 north stand reserve seats
available for the asking.
Sixteen hundred reserved seats
in the north stands and 2,900 re reserved
served reserved seats in the south stands re remain
main remain unclaimed for the Gator Tu Tulane
lane Tulane Homecoming tilt.
Harriers to Run
The UF varsity and frosh
cross-country team will host
Georgia Tech Monday over the
long course covering from the
stadium to around fraternity
row.
The varsity runs 4.4 miles;
the frosh, 2.2.
Last years Harriets finished
fourth in the Southeastern Con Conference.
ference. Conference.
Ron Allen and Bob Fuller
were sparkplugs of last years
team. Sophomore Bill Niblack
could be a title threat this fall.
Soccer Club Nips JU
The UF Soccer club came from
behind in the second half to edge
Jacksonville University last Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 5 to 4.
Played at Fleming Field, the
closely contested game was a
thriller from the starting whistle.
The contest was slated as part of
the Fall Frolics weekend enter entertainment.
tainment. entertainment. Another game is sche scheduled
duled scheduled for the homecoming week weekend
end weekend with Rollins.
A rematch with Jacksonville will
conclude the season for the club.

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Rebels Head Dixie Pock;
Contenders Unrelenting

By JACK HORAN
Gator Sports Writer
With football -season now half
way over, the race for the confer conference
ence conference crown is still as doubtful as
opening day.
Although Mississippis ravaging
Rebels are sitting on top of the
loop lead, they can feel the heat
of five pennant-hungry contend contenders.
ers. contenders. It must be most disconcert disconcerting
ing disconcerting to the Compone Champions,
second in the nation, to think about
their forthcoming opposition.
Taking a stab with razor razorsharp
sharp razorsharp foils at the Mississippians
will be Arkansas, Louisiana
State, Chattanooga, Tennessee,
and Mississippi State in that or order.
der. order.
Arkansas, rated as high as ele eleventh
venth eleventh this week after storming
back to nip Texas 24-23, seems to
give Ole Miss trouble every year
with their boar-like ferocity.
Florida also discovers that it
is facing the meat of its schedule.
The gambling Gators sprung back
into the winning column, subduing
Vanderbilt, 12 to 0.
Even though Hie Gators sport
a better record, Paul Dietzels
one-win Tigers are still terrors
in the conference. Louisiana
State, tabbed to roll by six
points, have the advantage of
playing on their own stomping
grounds.
Defensive leader Alabama,
whose stingy line tolerates only
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SEC ROUNDUP

150 yards per foe, hosts little
Houston at Tuscaloosa.
A close, close fray may be on
tap when Georgia and Kentucky
collide at Lexington. The Bulldogs
can not only brag about their aer aerial
ial aerial artist Francis Tarkenton, but
have scores of facts to back it up.
Pacing the Dogs to a frenzied
20-17 victory over Mississippi
State last Saturday, the sharp sharpshooting
shooting sharpshooting quarterback rang up
224 yards in the air and 44 on the
turf for a total of 268.
Seventeenth-ranked Auburn may
be in for some foul weather when
Miamis Hurricanes blow into
Cliff Hare Stadium. The Hurri Hurricanes
canes Hurricanes efforts will have to attain
full velocity to overcome the rug rugged
ged rugged Tiger line.
Victoryless Vanderbilt will
move out of the Southland this
week. Milwaukee will be the
scene of action as the oft-scut oft-scuttled
tled oft-scuttled Commodores Mar Marquette.
quette. Marquette.
Tulane and Georgia Tech, both
having been thrashed in their last
outing, hope to regain lost prestige
at each others expense.
Mississippi State, always seem seeming
ing seeming to do better when pitted
against non-SEC foes, may be
disappointed when they lock horns
with little Memphis State.

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Frosh Debut at Miami

By BILL ABEL
Gator Sports Writer
The wraps come off the 1960 edi edition
tion edition of the UF Baby Gators Friday
night, when frosh football coach
Dave Fuller sends his troops out
to do battle with the University of
Miami yearlings in the Orange
Bowl.
Fullers charges will be making
their first game appearance, while
the Hurricanes will be out for re revenge
venge revenge following a 29-27 defeat at
the hands of Mexico Poli-tech.
Win Streak
The Baby Gators will carry a
foul game winning streak into the
Miami fray. They ended the 1958
campaign with an 18-14 win over
Tulane, and went the 1959 season
undefeated; beating Tulane 23-13,
Auburn 14-6 and Miami 36-6.
Fuller, commenting on the

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Dalton Bray 6-0 235 LT 6-1 225 Angello Nolfl
Parke Jones 6-1 210 LG 5-11 195 Joe Smerdel
Bob Thompson 6-0 210 C 6-1 197 Robert Hart
Jack Thompson 5-9 185 RG .6-0 205 John Vlllell*
John Dent 6-2 225 RT 6-3 238 James Hetrick
George Reinhart 6-2 200 RE 63 215 Jerry Romano
Ken Russell 5-11 146 QB 8-0 175 George Mira
Haygood Clark 511 180 LB 6-0 190 Nick SplnelU
Russ Mercer 5-9 175 RB 5-10 185 William Sparks
Jim ODonnell 5-10 178 F B 8-0 200 Andy Andriootoulos

Goodman Tops In Two;
Libertore Has 378 Yards
Don Goodman, hard-hitting UF
fullback, is currently leading the
Gators in rushing and kickoff re returns.
turns. returns.
Goodman has amassed a total of
225 yards for a 5.2 rushing aver average.
age. average. Pacing the squad in kickoff
returns, he is averaging 28.3 yards
per try.
By virtue of his 95 total offensive
yards in the Vanderbilt game,
quarterback Larry Libertore has
compiled a passing and rushing
sum of 373 yards.
Alternate quarterback bobby
Dodd, Jr. is leading the passing
category with 19 completions in 31
attempts.

froshs progress, said, 4 Theyve
done a good job in sc ri inmag eh
with the varsity, but there is no
way to tell how they will react
to actual game situations.
The UF entourage, which leaves
Friday morning, and returns Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon, will include 33 foot football
ball football players. Fuller committed
that he plans to play the first and
second units equally, but that all
33 would get a chance to play.
Russell To QB
The quarterbacking role for the
Gators will fall on the shoulders
of Ken Russell, 146-pounder from
Midland, Pa. The agile freshman
is lightning quick, and proficient
at the roll-out pass. He will be
spelled by Pat Willingham, 165-
pounder from Palmetto
Filling out the starting back backfield
field backfield will be Haygood Clark of Mi Miami,

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ami, Miami, Russ Mercer of Tampa and
Jim ODonnell of Clearwater.
Up front, th Orange and Blue
will open with Russ Brown and
George Reinhart at ends. Last
year, Brown made All-Southern
at Miami Edison.
Tackles will be Dalton Bray of
Jacksonville and John Dent of
Tampa; guards, Park Jones from
Miami Jackson and Jack Thomp Thompson
son Thompson of Benedictina Military in Sa Savannah.
vannah. Savannah. Ga., and Bob Thompson of
Ocala will be at center.
Miami will be blessed by two
able men in the drivers seat.
Quarterbacks George Mira of Key
West and John Bennett of Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia have proved that they
must be watched both as passers
and as runners. Mira will start,
but Bennett will see plenty of ac action.
tion. action.