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Gators
Vs. Tulane
SEE PAGE 19

Volume 53, No. 16

Atademk Plans
Effetted by SG
By LOU FERRIS
* Gator Staff Writer
programs have been put into effect by Student Government
this year to alleviate academic problems at the UF.
Secretary of Public Relations Paul Hendrick reported on the

programs and their objectives.
When the new administration
came in this year they pledged to
divide the responsibility of the
Federal Governments Dollars for
Scholars loan program, Hendrick
said, and SG has met this fall's
allocation, a sum of twenty thous thousand
and thousand dollars ($20,000), by soliciting
funds from businessmen and or organizations
ganizations organizations throughout the state.
Hendrick commented on the pro program
gram program SG had initiated in an ef effort
fort effort to enhance the academic at atmosphere
mosphere atmosphere on campus.
Students Represented
Student Government found that
it was benefici:' to the student
body as a whole to represent the
students on faculty committees
dealing with academic problems.
There are very few of these com committees
mittees committees left where the student is
not represented, said Hendrick.
The Secretary of Public Relati Relations
ons Relations said that the Educational Ana Analysis
lysis Analysis Committee has gone far in
NEW RULING
SLAPS HARD
AT ACTIVITIES
OK STUDENTS
A new university regulation re restricts
stricts restricts extra-curricular activities
for all students on academic or
conduct probation.
Names o# curtailed students
are now being distributed to aca academic
demic academic deans and departments for
Uie ruling goes into
The Senate rule does not bar
membership to organizations, but
limits active participation. Stu Students
dents Students on probation may not hold
office. Covered under the restric restriction
tion restriction are all organizations grant granted
ed granted charters sponsored or direct directed
ed directed by the University.
The new rule is designed to
protect students from a second
failure to achieve required schol scholastic
astic scholastic levels and, in co>sequence,
dismissal frbm the University,
released ta heads of student or organizations
ganizations organizations and governing bodies
by Lester L. Hale, dean of Stu Student
dent Student Affairs.
The amendment to student reg regulations
ulations regulations was passed by the 1958
session to the Senate, but did not
become active until this semes semester.
ter. semester. It coincides with a raised pro probation
bation probation standard started in the
fall.

Libby Baker Reigns
As 1960 Sweetheart

Trying to follow the activities
of the 1960 Homecoming Sweet Sweetheart
heart Sweetheart and her court would keep
a man on the go this weekend.
The 1960 Sweetheart is Libby
Baker, and her two princesses

ITS REIGNING SWEETHEARTS bby Baker,
seated left, is the 1960 Homecoming Sweetheart. Her
attendants are standing, Judy Lynn Prince, and seated
right, Anne Sisler. The picture of the trio was taken at
Cypress Gardens before the winner was announced.
Pretty good way to keep a secret, hob?

.allklflLOiilllA^AAiiAlO

I presenting the problems and de defects
fects defects of education in the UF.
The Committees report has
reached many organizations and
especially the state legislature. SG
felt that this was an immensley
important step in presenting the
state with the relative status of ed educational
ucational educational conditions at the UF in
comparison with other universi universities,
ties, universities, said Hendrick.
Pilot Program
He noted that SG will begin with
a pilot program, in the College of
Agriculture, of faculty evaluation.
Student body Vice-President
Allan Poole will head up the
committee composed of students,
and faculty members. The com committee
mittee committee will evaluate the teaching
methods of the professors and
the comparative effectiveness of
the teaching in the college,
said Hendrick.
The secretary cited the Fresh Freshman
man Freshman Forum as a positive step in
the field of enhancing the academ academic
ic academic atmosphere.
Hendrick said that Freshman
Forum was designed to aid enter entering
ing entering students, who showed the most
potential as academic and stu student
dent student body leaders, in orienting
themselves to service to their uni university
versity university as- leaders.
More Contact
We in SG also felt that there
should be a more inimate contact
between the students and their
professors. This was the objective
that motivated the establishment
of the Coffee Hour in the Bryan
Lounge of the Florida Union, in involving
volving involving the meeting of students
and faculty of a particular col college.
lege. college. Hendrick said.
Coming down to the present
Hendrick, mentioned the work of
the Honor Court Revision Com Commettee.
mettee. Commettee.
The committee has proposed
changes that strike at the basic
inadequacies of the court sys system,
tem, system, he said, and these faults
have long been bad publicity to
the Judicial system on campus.
Committee Formed
Hendrick also cited the recently
formed committee that will re research
search research and advise SG on the pro problems
blems problems facing the foreign students
in their relations with the Amer American
ican American students.
SG recognized the need for im improved
proved improved relations between the for foreign
eign foreign and American students and
has as its goal the enhancement
of academic atmosphere, and so social
cial social atmosphere, for these foreign
groups, said Hendrick.

are Judy Lynn Prince and Anne
Sisler.
They were announced at the
annual Presidents reception and
presented to University Presi President
dent President Dr. J. Wayne Reitz, at

Univarsity of Florida, Gainesville Friday, November 11, 1960

Mew Governor
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GOV. BRYANT ..
.. Cant Make It
Bryant Ailing;
Will Not Come
To Homecoming
Governor elect Farris Bryant
announced Wednesday that he
will be unable to participate in
UF Homecoming festivities.
In a telephone conversation
with Florida Blue Key President
Norman Lipoff, Bryant explained
that a minor illness is prevent preventing
ing preventing his attendance.
He was scheduled to address
members and guests at the FBK
banquet Friday. It is customary
for govemors-elect to deliver
such an address.
Frank Logan, chairman of the
Honored Guests Committee, said
Bryant will not be replaced by
another speaker. He expressed
regret that Bryant is ill and
wished him a prompt recovery.

Study Deferred Rush,
Committee Asks IFC

The Inter Fraternity Council
was strongly urged to study af affiliate
filiate affiliate pledging and deferred rush
Monday.
In a follow-up meeting discuss discussing
ing discussing ways by which the fraterni fraternities
ties fraternities and sororities could help de develop
velop develop an academic climate on

S p.m., Thursday in Johnson
Lounge.
Homecoming Parade Feature i
After her coronation Thursday,
the Sweetheart makes her next
appearance in front of the
crowds at the Homecording
Parade. She and the two prin princesses
cesses princesses will ride on a special
float donated by the Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Chamber of Commerce,
and built by the Interfratemity
Council.
The next function of the Frin Frin,
, Frin, cesses will be the Blue Key
Smoker at 4 p.m. in toe base basement
ment basement of toe Florida Gym.
After the Smoker, the three
winners will be presented with
toe other 20 contestants at Gator
Growl.
Colorful And Extravagant
Joe Thomas, Chairman for toe
Sweetheart Contest, promises a
colorful and extravagant pre presentatio
sentation presentatio 0 of toe winners.
When the Stadium lights die
out, toe Sweetheart and her
court will be free until the sun
shines again at 9 a.m. Saturday.
Saturday morning they will be
hostesses at the Alumni Reunion
in toe Plaza of the Americas.
After helping ti> re-introduce
alumni to each other, toe girls
move on to toe Legislative Bar Barbecue
becue Barbecue in toe Gym.
Official Hostesses
The trio and five of toe con contestants
testants contestants will be official UF hos hostesses
tesses hostesses for Alumni and politici politicians
ans politicians at the luncheon.
Driving on the field in a 1961
honey-beige Thunderbird at pre pregame
game pregame and half-time, toe girls
will again be in the public eye.
Winding up the long weekend
will be toe Homecoming Ball
in toe Hub. The girls will be
presented at toe Ball, and will
officially close HC-60, Best in

Strength of Printing Lobby
To Be Tested by UF Soon

Alumnus Pleads |
For Scholar Dollars
By KIRK CALLAHAN
Gator Editorial Assistant
A plea to alumni for additional contributions to the UFs national
defense student loan fund was voiced Thursday by Leland W. Hiatt,
executive secretary of the University Alumni Association.

We know there are many
alumni who havent contributed
yet, and we would greatly ap appreciate
preciate appreciate it if these individuals
would consider doing so, he
said.
University-Wide
The alumni association drive,
in conjunction with the student
government Dollars for Scholars
campaign, is part of a univer university-wide
sity-wide university-wide effort to qualify for fed federal
eral federal appropriations made avail available
able available by the National Defense Edu Education
cation Education Act.
The act provides federal
money each year for three
years to be matched on a nine
to one ratio for student loans.
Every dollar that the UF sets
aside in this loan program will
be matched by nine dollars
from federal sources.
Each year, a total of $250,000 is
made available if $27,777.78 is
first put up by the University.
Since the largest number of ap applications
plications applications are made in August, an
amount of SIOO,OOO is made avail available
able available by the federal government
at that time if the University se secures
cures secures $11,111.11.
Money Available
In September, $06,675 is made
available by the federal govern government
ment government if $7,408.33 is put up by the
UF. An additional $83,325 can be
stdjPid fropr the federal govern-

campus, the Committee advised
IFC President Stu Parsons to
conduct an all-out study of the
situation concerning pledges.
Affiliate membership keep keeping
ing keeping on of students as pledges
when they have not met stand standards
ards standards set is forbidden in toe
IFC rule books but has not been
enforced, Parsons had explained.
In a previous discussion with
the committee, toe possibility of
deferring rush a semester or
more arose.
It was pointed out that plans
and projected programs for de deferral
ferral deferral of rush had been dis discussed
cussed discussed and tossed about for at
least 10 years.
The committee, which acts
solely in an advisory capacity to
the department of student af affairs,
fairs, affairs, told invited guests con concerned
cerned concerned in toe area that a stepped steppedup
up steppedup program to broaden the aca academic
demic academic environment and attitudes
within toe various houses should
be studied and started as soon as
possible within IFC and Panhel Panhellenic
lenic Panhellenic Council.
Deferred rush, it was ex explained,
plained, explained, might make it easier for
toe entering freshman to adjust
himself to University life with without
out without having to adjust to fraterni fraternity
ty fraternity or sorority life at the same,
time.

SG Cabinet Preps File for r 6l Candidates

By MARY ANNE AWTREY
Gator Staff Writer
Pulling loose ends together to
build toe foundation for toe next
administration in completion of the
United Party platform is the cur current
rent current program of toe Student Gov Government
ernment Government Cabinet.
Joe Chapman, administrative as assistant
sistant assistant to toe president, said,
One of the greatest handicaps to
any incoming administration is in inadequate
adequate inadequate information on previous
activities. We are building file
for the next administration by
compiling a complete report of our
platform as each plank is com completed.
pleted. completed.
12 Major Planks
Os the 12 major planks in the
platform, eight have been com completed.
pleted. completed. Each plank and each of
toe 27 points have been assigned to
a cabinet member or an assist-

merit if $9,758.34 is raised by the
UF.
Any needy student doing sat satisfactory
isfactory satisfactory (C) work in the Uni University
versity University is eligible to receive
a loan of up to SI,OOO a year to
complete his or her college edu education.
cation. education.
To date, approximately 1,263
loans totalling $770,000 have been
made under the program.
Students receiving loans will
have 11 years after graduation to
pay back the borrowed funds at
a three per cent interest rate.
All Cooperate
The student body, faculty and
Gainesville citizens in coopera cooperation
tion cooperation with the UF alumni Associa Association
tion Association have been endeavoring since
last fall to raise $90,000 to secure
the federal loan funds.
The student government,
working through the Dollars for
Scholars campaign, pledged it itself
self itself to raise $20,000 of this total.
The Alumni Association agreed
to raise the remaining $70,000*.
To date, Dollars for Scholars
has raised nearly three times as
much money as the Alumni As Association,
sociation, Association, said Student Body
Vice President Alien Poole, Dol Dollars
lars Dollars for Scholars fund drive chair chairman.
man. chairman.
Urges All
I would like to take this op opportunity
portunity opportunity to urge all of our re returning
turning returning alumni who have yet to
contribute, to consider doing so,
he added.
Poole said Dollars for Scholars
was just short of meeting its
pledge, but a continued fund
drive effort should be able to
secure sufficient funds to meet
the $20,000 goal.
Since June, the Alumni Asso Association
ciation Association has been carrying their
fund drive, under the direction of
Dean Robert C. Beaty, through throughout
out throughout Florida. Special loyalty fund
committees and varied alumni
clubs have made personal appeals
to individuals in an effort to gain
contributions.
Work Continues
In the period remaining until
January, the Alumni Association
will carry its campaign to cor corporations
porations corporations and firms in hope of
gaining larger donations.
The Dollars for Scholars drive
has aimed its efforts primarily
at the UF campus and file
Gainesville community.
Last- fall, Dollars for Scholars
met limited success with mass
drives on campus and personal
contact appeals to Gainesville
merchants.
Personal Contact
Fund drive chairman Allen
Poole has geared this year's ef efforts
forts efforts to a personal contact cam campaign
paign campaign both on and off dampus.
We are hoping to contact all
those UF students and Gainesville
merchants who have yet to con contribute,
tribute, contribute, he said.
It would be a great achieve achievement
ment achievement for the University if alumni
returning to Homecoming next
year could be told that the neces necessary
sary necessary $90,000 has been raised for
the national defense student loan
fund, Poole concluded.

ant for a coverage report.
Most of toe creative work has
been done, said Chapman, now
we are pulling the loose ends to together
gether together and we expect to be
through by Christmas.
Freshman Camp
The United Party is especially
pleased with toe results of the
Freshman Camp, composed of
40 students recommended by
their high school principals, the
Freshman Council ami other fresh freshmen
men freshmen who were nominated for of office.
fice. office.
The group of 140 students is be being
ing being given special training in un understanding
derstanding understanding the bistory and tradi traditions
tions traditions of the University, its pro problems
blems problems and responsibilities, and its
future role in higher education in
Florida.
We have had two very success successful

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GOV. COLLINS ...
... To Break Ground
GOV. COLLINS
WIELDS SPADE
ON NEW END
OF LAW BLDG.
Governor Leoy i Collins will
break ground tomorrow morning
for a new wing on the UF College
of Law building.
Collins will be joined by UF
President J. Wayne Reitz, U.S.
Senators Spessard Holland and
George Smathers members of
the State Supreme Court and the
governors cabinet, j
The ceremonies will be imme immediately
diately immediately prior to the John Marshall
Bar Association skits at 10:30 on
the Law School lawn.
Target Date
Target date for completion of
the project is spring semester,
1902, according to College of Law
Dean Frank E. Maloney.
This wing has been badly
needed for several years, Ma Maloney
loney Maloney said. The facilities have
been so inadequate that its been
touch and go whether the fresh freshman
man freshman classes could use regular
classrooms or would have to
move to the practice court courtroom.
room. courtroom.
The addition will include two
large classrooms, a specialized
reading room annex to the library
and several faculty offices.
A small model of the projected
wing will be on display at the Law
School all day Saturday.
Cost Estimated
The cost of the project has
been estimated at $200,000, but
this has been revised several
times since the Legislature .first
appropriated the money in 1957,
and has been one of the causes of
the delay, Maloney said.
The annex will extend from the
present courtroom and library
eastward toward 13th Street,
and will be of brick and stone,
conforming to the present archi architectural
tectural architectural style of the newer por portion
tion portion of the law building. Jeffer Jefferson
son Jefferson Hamilton and Guy Fulton
have been the associate archi architects.
tects. architects.
Tutor Applications Open
Applications for students who
would like to be tutors are being
accepted by the UF Student Tutor
Society, Roch Smith, society pre president
sident president announces.
Students who have a 3.5 average
for last semester or a 3.5 overall
average are invited to apply at the
society office, 203 Florida Union
between 2:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m.
Monday through Thursday.

Economizing Measure
Must Buck Opposition
Os S Powerful Pressure'
By NANCY MYKEL
Gator Editorial Assistant [
The strength of the state printing lobby will be put
to the test on Nov. 22 when the UFs request for author authority
ity authority to buy a $9,800 mechanical collator comes before the
state budget commission.
The new collator would unquestionably reduce the
cost of UF syllabuses, according to UF Business Manager
Ellis Jones.

Ex-student body president Joe
Ripley termed the printing lobby
one of the most powerful pres pressure
sure pressure groups in the state. Ripley
has done extensive personal re research
search research into the situation.
'Would Be Fighting
If the citizens of the state
knew what was going on, theyd
be up in arms about this, he
charged Wednesday.
Under the existing state law,
if a state agency wants to pur purchase
chase purchase printing equipment
which costs more than $3,000,
it is necessary to get the ap approval
proval approval of the state budget com commission.
mission. commission.
Furthermore, it is necessary
for the state budget commission
to get the opinion of the printing
industry as to whether they ap approve
prove approve or disapprove.
Printing Directors Visit
Ellis Jones said that members
of the board of directors, of the
printing group, Printing Indus Industries
tries Industries of Florida, visited UFs
printing plant the night of the
FSU game.
They are against the UF pur purchasing
chasing purchasing the collator, said Jones.
They sees that we are tak taking
ing taking their business, but we could
show them otherwise.
3 Lobbyists
Plan Appeal
Before P-TA
Three students from the Office
of Academic Affairs will go to the
P-TA state convention to lobby
for the needs of higher education
according to Marty Plaskoff, ad administrative
ministrative administrative assistant.
This will be the launching
point for the offices Personal
Contact project in which they are
trying to get thousands of people
in the state to write to the legis legislature,
lature, legislature, according to Plaskoff.
Since a mailing list is not pro provided
vided provided by the P-TA it is important
that the leadens of the P-TA be
reached personally according to
Plaskoff.
One of the proposed points of
action in the P-TA platform to a
realistic financial support for the
state system of higher education.
The work of the lobbyist deliga deligaticn
ticn deligaticn from the UF is to spreak to
various educators and give them
ideas on how to carry out their
action program said Plaskoff.
We will make the problems of the
UF known to these educators in
the state of Florida and dh the
nation, he said.

ful successful meetings of this group, said
Chapman, and we feel that we
have here the cream of the crop,
students that can accomplish
things.
Services for married students
have been expanded by the United
Party Administration. Fenced play
areas and family recreation areas
have been provided by traffic
court funds especially set aside
for this purpose.
Students wives are now admit admitted
ted admitted to all activities, except football
and basketball games, cm their
husbands activity cards, and toe
Married Housing Nursery Co-op
has started to function.
New Post Created
The newly created post Os In Inspector
spector Inspector General,- held by Scotty
Aselmo, is directing investigating
commissions to determine pro problems
blems problems in student morale, auxiliary

Welcome,
With Caution
SEE PAGE 12

Page Nine, Section B

We have no idea of expand expanding
ing expanding or enlarging the nature of
the work we do, said Jones.
The collator would just be a
more effective way of doing the
same thing.
Labor of Syllabuses
In the past, manual labor has
gone into the arrangement of
250-300 page syllabuses. The col collator
lator collator would do away with the te tedious
dious tedious manual manipulation of
syllabus pages.
Another way in which thfl
Printing Industries of Florida is
profiting is by an 1887 state law
which says all public printing
must be done in Florida.
It is absurd to subsidize the
state printing industry through
state agencies which are them themselves
selves themselves in extreme financial dif difficulty,
ficulty, difficulty, said Student Body
President Bob Park, Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday.
Costs of printing are frequent frequently
ly frequently from 15-25 per cent higher
when bids are restricted to Flor Florida
ida Florida printers.
Lobby Convinced Legislature
Apparently the printing lob lobby
by lobby has been able to convince the
legislators that they need state
protection, Park said.
If this is so, a direct subsidy
would avoid the hidden benefits
unknowing taxpayers are now
contributing, he said.
Joe Ripley, who did personal
research into this situation,
said Its awfully hard to get
anything done.
Senator Verle Pope from St.
Augustine introduced a bill last
session which contained the pro provision
vision provision that if there were more
than a 5 per cent differential in
state and out-of-state pricee, pub public
lic public printing could be done out-of out-ofstate,
state, out-ofstate, Ripley stated.
It was killed, of course.
The Seminole, (UF yearbook)
could save $15,000 to $20,000 if
let to out of state printers, he
said.
toeup an#**
UM Medic Interviews
Dr. George T. Lewis, University
of Miami School of Medicine, will
be on the University campus for
interviews November 16, 17, and
18.
All applicants for the Medical
School and others interested in
talking with Dr. Lewis may make
appointments through the Pre-
Professional Counseling Office,
room 128, Flint Hall.

services and faculty-student rela relations.
tions. relations.
4,000 students have been given
the opportunity to express their
opinion of the University Infirm Infirmary
ary Infirmary service and the University Col Col,
, Col, lege program in question air e s
sent out by the Inspector General.
Directory Nears Distribution
The Annual Directory is being
provided this year by student
government funds, at a cost of 1500
dollars. The directory will be dis distributed
tributed distributed within the next two weeks.
'The United Party ran on r ser service,
vice, service, is conducted on service,, and
we assure the student body we are
completing our platform. Os course
we are also doing things that were
not included in the platform, but
it was written and intended to be
completed, and that is being
done, said Chapman.
*



Page 10

Thirteen Thousand Students Hit Hardest by Criticai Space Shortage ...

Ancient UF Class Halls
Choked By Congestion
At Peak Traffic Hours

(EDITOR'S NOTE: Pat
Tunstall has been doing a
series of articles on over overcrowded
crowded overcrowded conditions at the
UF. In preparation for this
special Homecoming issue,
she went out into the
crowded streets and hall hallways,
ways, hallways, interviewed the stu students
dents students pushing their way to
class and saw for herself
the prevailing conditions.)

By PAT TUNSTALL
Gator Editorial Assistant
A numbers game trying to cope with seven stair stairways,
ways, stairways, seven doors and hundreds of students makes
the internal triangle Benton, Walker and Peabody
halls one of the most congested areas on campus.
Every hour on the half-hour, students pour into and
out of the doors of these three buildings and head across
Union Drive.
Traffic is at its peak in the morning hours during
class changes, as big cars, small ones, motor scooters, bi bicycles
cycles bicycles and students converge on the narrow drive.

The Students
Gift Shop
NOW SPECIALIZING IN
FRATERNITY AND
SORORITY JEWELRY
AND CHARMS
Free gift wrapping and delivery.
Watch and Jewelry Repairing by
J. D. McMillan Jr.
: 105 N.W. 13th St.

BOWLERO LANES
Featuring 32 AMF Automatic Pinspotters
STUDENTS SPECIAL RATES
Mon.-Fri., 9 a.m.-5 p.m. 4O c game, 15c for shoes
- WALDO RD
BOWLERO >
J 12 Minutes £
£ui
£ from £5
* Campus 1
£j 13th St. Campus
US 441
FOOD
FAIR
RESTAURANT PRO SHOP
Information
2606 Waldo Road For Reservations Call FR 6-2461

Meet Your Friends During Homecoming
At The
PIZZA PATIO
? -GAINESVILLE'S FIRST ITALIAN RESTAURANT
SPAGHETTI DINNERS
t.
LASANGA DINNERS
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The Florida Alligator, Friday, Nev. 11, 1960

TUNSTALL

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Music Store
Phone FR 2-5353
Gainesville's complete music store
in the Gainesville Shopping
Center.
GET ACQUAINTED
SPECIAL ON BONGOS
$Q 9
sls Bongos for ar
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Walker Building, with its long
marble stairway to the front
door, presents one peculiar prob problem.
lem. problem.
The internal stairway, which
seems to penetrate through the
heart of the building to the back
door is choked up with students
going both ways, on either side.
The front door of Walker
looks into a steep worn mar marble
ble marble stairway, with abrupt turns
and small landings. During the
hours 7:40 to 1:40 at class
changes, students and faculty
are forced to shove themselves
through the throng.
Actually, you dont have to
move very much, said one stu student
dent student on the way up. If you just
stand still, the crowd almost
forces you up.
Everybody Pushes
Students do not use one side for
up and one for down. Both wells
are filled with book-laden bodies
pushing to the left, right and in
the middle.
Walking up sideways is the
only way to go in Walker, said
a girl. You just cant slide

through if youre going head-on.
Separated from Walker by a
narrow alley is Benton Hall.
The two doors of Benton lead to
Union Drive and Murphree
Way.
On the Murphree side is a small
hall, leading to another steep
stairway, though not so narrow
as in Walker.
Railing Weak
The stairway railing threatens
to give way at the top landing if
a student should lean on it.
Remember last year when the
plaster fell on the underside of
students leaving the building.
That was really something.
TJnlng the wall by one door
are several drink machines and
candy machines. At the class
break, a clump of students
around the machines presents
another traffic flow problem.
The second floor, with offices
AGED BIKES
BRING KIDS
BIG SMILES I
Gainesvilles underprivileged
children receive 25 to 30 Christ Christmas
mas Christmas bicycles each year from
those left unclaimed with the cam campus
pus campus police.
Over a hundred abandoned or
borrowed bicycles are turned in
to the campus police, and those
left unclaimed after six weeks are
given to Gainesville Fire Depart Department
ment Department Number 2, which repairs
them for distribution by the City
Recreation Department.
Fire Captain J. R. Hardy and
his men salvage as many as pos possible,
sible, possible, raising funds for new parts
by selling the unusable bikes for
junk. Its a lot bigger job than
people think, said Hard/. But
its a good thing for a good pur purpose.
pose. purpose.
Hardy and his 18 men work for
two months replacing parts, re removing
moving removing rust, and repainting the
bicycles for Christmas distribu distribution
tion distribution to children who need them
most.

and displays of rocks has an ex extension
tension extension of the stairway leading up
to the Psychology laboratories.
Poorly Lit Stairs
Id be almost afraid to go up
those dark stairs if I were a stu student,
dent, student, said one Psychology pro professor,
fessor, professor, referring to the poorly lit
ascent.
Three double doors lead traf traffic
fic traffic into and out of Peabody, but
most of the load is through the
door leading to Union Drive.
Traffic reaches a standstill
regularly on this stairway, as
the leaving or floor-changing
student tries to move down and
the incoming students try to
squeeze in.
Oh, why dont people MOVE?
sighed a coed struggling with a
load of books.
First Rush Hazard
The first rush of students out is
a hazard to those outside the
doors, for the doors swing wide,
and the unwary behind them are
moved abruptly aside.
If you could only go IN one
door and OUT another, said a
pre engineering student, it
would be so much simpler!
I dunno, said another, but
I have math and C-l here, on
different floors, and it takes
me almost the whole 10 min minutes
utes minutes just to get from the base basement
ment basement to the third floor!
Cars rumble past, around and

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the rush to get to the next* class
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Drivers Complaint
Drivers complain that students
walking are inconsiderate and do
not let them get through, and
have less time to get to class on
Seminole Seeks
Greatest Gators
For Hall of Fame
Outstanding members of the Stu Student
dent Student Body will be selected in the
near future to enter the 1961 Hall
of Fame, announced Roger La-
Voie, editor-in-chief of the Semi Seminole.
nole. Seminole.
To be eligible, a student must be
a graduating senior, graduate stu student,
dent, student, law student, or be in the
medical school. Also required are
a 2.0 overall average and partici participation
pation participation in University extracurricu extracurricular
lar extracurricular activities.
The Hall of Fame Committee is
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ette Fayette W. Parvin, Assistant to the
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They just stand In front and
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During breaks. I am terrorized
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buildings, space shortage is not expected.to be allevi alleviated.
ated. alleviated. No real extra space will be provided Jby the
dorms it was explained, since frame dorms will have
to come down. Last fall as well as in preceding years,
students were quartered in recreation rooms and
lounge areas when all rooms were filled beyond ca capacity.
pacity. capacity. Still many had to find rooms off campus.

Riker Predicts Finish
Os New Dorms in Full

Two large housing projects are
due to be completed in time for
the fall semester, according to
Dr. Harold C. Riker, Director oS
Housing.
A new womans dormitory, lo located
cated located south of the present womens
dorms on Radio Road, is a four fourbuilding
building fourbuilding project to house 485 wo women.
men. women.
A large cement slab roof cov covers
ers covers one building, a one-story ca cafeteria
feteria cafeteria and snack bar which will
be somewhat larger than the
Harvesters
Will Hasten
Horticulture
Can you pick Vegetables fasl>
er while riding than you can
while walking?
The School of Agricultural En Engineering
gineering Engineering has made experiments
which may give vegetable pick pickers
ers pickers more speed and comfort in
the future, as they will ride a
special harvester.
E. S. Holmes, assistant agri agricultural
cultural agricultural engineer, said Monday,
that he has been experimenting
with a Powell Tobacco Harvest Harvester
er Harvester to check the advantages of mo motorized
torized motorized harvesting.
In experiments with southern
peas and commercial eggplant,
workers riding picked vegetables
from 20 to 30 per cent faster than
those walking.
No final conclusions can be ar arrived
rived arrived at until experimentation
continues over a longer period of
time, with testing under differ different
ent different quality crops.
Lawrence Halsey, assistant hor horticulturist,
ticulturist, horticulturist, reported there has
been no crop damage resulting
from the use of the machines.

Hume cafeteria and about twice
the size of the Coed Club.
In the two-story building will be
a large recreation meeting room
with several small meeting rooms.
The main floor will be a lobby
with information desk and libr library.
ary. library.
Two Living Wings
From this recreation building
will branch the two living area
wings. The rooms, similar in style
to Rawlings Halls rooms, will be
all doubles and there will be a stu study
dy study hall on each floor.
Eight hundred men will be
housed in the five-building project
south of the Tolbert area. One
building will be identical to the
womens recreation building with
the other four as residence halls.
These dorms will be very simi similar
lar similar to Hume Hall. There will be a
library for the areas use and a
study hall on each floor.
New Space, Not Extra
Riker pointed out that even with
the new space for men, there will
not be much which can be called
additional and certainly none that
will be extra.
If all the frame dorms are torn
down, 400 men will be roofless.
One of these dorms has already
been ripped down and plans are
made for the destruction of at
least two others in the near future.
Triples Stopped
Another 250 men will need the
new space next fall as the triple
rooms in the Tolbert and Hume
areas will be discontinued. Thus
there will perhaps be only 150
additional spaces for men next
year.
The $4.5 million dollar tab for
the two projects is being picked up
by the Federal Government in its
College Housing Loan Program,
with supplementary funds coming
from the legislature.

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Smoke-Eaters Probe Halls
For Fire Potential Areas

By NANCY MYKEL
Gator Editorial Assistant
The most intensive inspection of
UF buildings ever is underway by
the Gainesville City Fire Dept, and
Campus Police, according to UF
Vice President Harry M. Phil Philpott.
pott. Philpott.
A recent SIOO,OOO fire &t Florida
State University and the aging of
UF classroom buildings prompt prompted
ed prompted this more thorough inspection.
Older Buildings
"We recognize that in the case
of older buildings, the longer they
are in use, the more dangerous
they become, Dr. Philpott said.
The main University College
classroom buildings are among
these older buildings. Benton Hall
is 49 years old; Anderson and Pea Peabody
body Peabody are 4$ years old.
Campus Police Chief Andie I.
Shuler reported that the fire in inspection
spection inspection is three-fourths com completed.
pleted. completed.
In addition to this massive an annual
nual annual inspection, Dr. Philpott said
that campus inspectors are visit visiting
ing visiting the older buildings once a
month to make sure that every everything
thing everything is in order.
General Budget Problem
Ours is a part of the general
budget problem, Dr. Philpott
said.
If the University had gotten the
general classroom building when it
was appropriated before, we could
have torn down Benton Hall im immediately.
mediately. immediately.
Benton Hall, one of the most
dangerous trouble areas, will be
used for ten more years.
We are asking the legislature
for $50,000 to make Benton Safer,
Dr. Philpott said. We hope to
add another stairway, and over overhaul
haul overhaul the electrical system.
Benton Useable Longer
This $50,000 will make Benton
useable for ten more years. Then
it will be gutted and another build building
ing building put in its place.
UFs building hopes are for 85
million dollars over the next ten
years. We will then have room for
those classes meeting in Benton.
The UF has adopted a policy
which requests that no clauses
meet on the top floor of Benton,
until better fire provisions are
made, according to Dr. Philpott.
The upper floor of Benton
should not be used for general
class groups, said Dr. Philpott.
Rather, perhaps, for small gra-
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duate groups or the experimental
labs.
Classes are meeting there as
usual, however.
Why? Dean of Academic Affairs
Robert B. Mautz, who is chair chairman
man chairman of the UF space allocation
committee, said, There is no
i more room available at this time.
This is because of the increase
in student enrollment and the
failure of our building program
to keep pace with our needs.*
The space allocation committee
assigns space to departments, ac aci
i aci cording to Dean Mautz. What
classes the departments sche schedule
dule schedule there is up to them.
Top Floor Used
Records in the registrars of office
fice office showed that two sections of
Psychology 301 meet on the top
floor of Benton, as well as another
psychology class which has 23 stu students
dents students enrolled.
Eleven classes in all are meet meeting
ing meeting on the top floor Os the 49-year
old Benton Hall.
How do the professors who
teach in Benton feel about it?
Ive worried about the fire dan danger
ger danger when Ive had classes in up upstairs
stairs upstairs Benton, said psychology
professor Dr. Albert K. Kurtz,
but Ive never voiced my opin opinions.
ions. opinions.
Narrow Stairs
He mentioned the narrow, steep
stairs from the second to the third
floor of Benton.
All permanent buildings under
present construction, or built since
World War 11, are designed to be
as fireproof as possible structural structurally,
ly, structurally, according to Dr. Philpott. All
the newer permanent buildings
have triple-A insurance ratings,
he said.
Eventually all classes atop
three or four story buildings will
be eliminated, he predicted.
In the new proposed general
classroom building the fourth floor
will contain only offices.
If Bad Situation
If Chief Shuler and the Gaines'-
ville City Fire Dept., inspector
point up any very dangerous situa situation,
tion, situation, the state fire marshall will
be called in, according to Dr. Phil Philpott.
pott. Philpott.
He has the authority to con con
con
PHILPOTT GIVES
SMOKERS DEVIL
UF policy is no smoking in
classes, according to Vice-Presi Vice-President
dent Vice-President Harry M. Philpott.
Whether the building is fireproof
or not, smoking in classes would
be contrary to UF policy, and
completely out of keeping.
Dr. Philpott said last week that
comfort for other people who
dont smoke is one consideration.
The classroom is similar to a
church, he said. I would never
dream of smoking in a classroom.
If I were a professor in a lec lecture
ture lecture section and a student lit a
cigarette, Id give him the devil.
Its a rude act.
UF Team Digs Debate;
Gabbing Gators Third
The Varsity Debate team chat chatted
ted chatted its way into third place at a
recent toumameent held in Em Emporia,
poria, Emporia, Kansas.
Debators Joe Fleming, Jim
Shapro, Bill Bigelow and Herb
Blessing defeated their opponents
in nine Os 12 debates to win the
third place nitch in competition
with 35 other universities.
Dartmouth, Northwestern, Pur Purdue
due Purdue and the University of Kansas
were among the large colleges re represented
presented represented at the tournament.

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demn state buildings. In fact, he
condemned Flint Hail in 1952. It
was gutted and rebuilt.
If the fire marshall came now
he might possibly condemn some
of our temporary buildings, Dr.
Philpott said. Hie temporary

*
Is Benton Hall Really A Firetrap?
This Reporter Went, Saw Herself

Why ail the fuss about Benton
Hall? Is it really a fire trap?
I personally investigated the
top floor of Benton Hall Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday afternoon. Here are some
of the facts:
The top floor of Benton HaU
is hot and stuffy. Students with
classes there probably know that
better than this reporter.
The main stairway from
second to third floor is 45 inches
wide. There are 20 steps.
The fire escape in one Os the
labs is completely blocked off

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buildings are one and two-storey,
however, he pointed out, and
therefore not as dangerous as the
larger buildings.
In the past the UF has fulfilled
the major recommendations erf
the fire inspectors, he said.

by experimental apparatus.
In one room there is a series
of four 2-plug electrical outlets,
each just above gas outlets.
There is still gas in the pipes in
this room, although no longer
used.
Outside, in the hall, there are
three large smokingi cans al although
though although there i supposed to be no
smoking in the building.
This visit was two weeks after
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Benton Hall was handed In.
NANCY MYKEL

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Welcome But With Caution

Welcome ! is the word around the
campus this weekend and we would
here like to throw ours in, too.
We say welcome to all the oT grads,
to their wives and husbands, to the
state officials and dignitaries, to the
Tulane backers, to the many just
plain folks here for the festivities
to all the thousands who have poured
into Gainesville for the falls biggest
.weekend.
--* *
BUT, to those of you here who have
a stake in this University, and that in includes
cludes includes most of you, we also extend a
word of caution.
Homecoming, by virtue of its holi holiday
day holiday atmosphere, presents a false pic picture
ture picture of the University of Florida.
This is not intentional, nor due to
some sort of surreptitious ulterior mo motive
tive motive on the part of the planners and
hosts. But with all the gaudy displays,
the supersonic itinerary, the soaring
spirit and such, reality becomes blur blurred,
red, blurred, almost lost, in the midst of all the
goings-on.
* *
ITS A LITTLE like the poor family
who struggles to make ends meet 364
days a year, then on Christmas bright brightens
ens brightens up the house, scrapes up a roast
turkey from somewhere, takes on a
not insincere countenance of cheer
and presents a happy mood to any vis visitors
itors visitors who come-a-calling.
Such a front is not undesirable, nor
misplaced but it is misleading.
Visit the family any other time of
the year and one becomes aware of
the problems, the shortages, the un unmet

IT'S CROWDED BUT..

Loneliness A Real Part of College Life

By A. B. CREEL
. Asst. Professor of Religion
* It is difficult to discern in the
. crowds of Homecoming that a
; university is often a very lonely
place. To be sure, it is not only
at Homecoming that our atten attention
tion attention is directed to groups, large
and small. We think of classes,
schools, faculties, departments,
organizations, societies as basic
to our existence. Yet despite this
a university isand must be bea
a bea lonely place.
For all of our carefully culti cultivated
vated cultivated group loyalties, a univer university
sity university is not a place where a stu student
dent student can sink down roots. The
university is a parenthesis; what
has gone before and what lies
ahead are lost sight of only for
fleeting moments.
* *
THE SIMILAR SITUATION of
the faculty is less obvious, but
the mobility of our society in increasingly
creasingly increasingly gives a professor a
sense of being at one place only
for a time and his more funda funda,
, funda, mental loyalties are to his dis dis
dis cipline and his profession rather
than to be the particular institu institution
tion institution where he happensfor a
| long periodto be based. (If
* seniority were our governing
principle, janitors would occupy
high university posts.)
For different reasons, for fac faculty
ulty faculty and for students the univer univer"fity
"fity univer"fity has a temporary quality. If
one key to loneliness is not feel feeling
ing feeling at home (that is, in ones own
' home), a modem university can cannot
not cannot escape this.
* *
OF COURSE, much of the
loneliness of a modem univer university
sity university is of the wrong sort. Like
the many other Lonely
crowds of modem life, it
results from our bigness and
conseq ue nt depersonalization.
We have associates rather than

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met unmet obligations which they face. The
one visit on Dec. 25 is enjoyable, even
uplifting, but its not the true picture.
* *
HOMECOMING is that way. Like
Christmas in fact, you might al almost
most almost say this is OUR Christmas here
it is properly filled with a spirit
of revelry, gaiety and Pollyannish
frivolity, but it is no background
against which to measure the troubles
and needs which abound here in great
numbers.
This is the reason we add a word of
caution to our welcome. We hope it
will in no way detract from that wel welcome,
come, welcome, but we do hope it will kindle a
spark of continuous, year-round
awareness that there is another side to
the University other than the Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming side, one which reveals that
we are felling short of many of our
goals toward greatness.
* *
THIS UNIVERSITY can only be as
great as the people in it and BE BEHIND
HIND BEHIND it. And perennial, growing
grass roots support from Floridians
everywherein Alumni Associations,
community groups, through the news newspapers
papers newspapers and in the legislature is our
major scource for attaining superior superiority.
ity. superiority.
Many dollars, hundreds of persons
and thousands of man-hours have
worked to make HC 6O truly the Best
in Dixie. We hope this has been rea realized.
lized. realized. But were more interested in
making the University of Florida the
Best in Dixie and even better.
We hope youll help.

compan ions, acquaintances
rather than friends. This is
only intensified by our respec respective
tive respective specialities and the isola isolation
tion isolation of various disciplines.
Under the pressures of com complex
plex complex responsibilities we have lit little
tle little time for one another; when
we do encounter other persons,
rarely do we have the leisurely
feedom to probe deep things.
And if we find a JMt more time
we discover that time and iso isolation
lation isolation have separated us, mak making
ing making us strangers in approach,
language and conclusions.
* .*'
IT HAS BEjEtf frequently said
that we are a multiversity not
a university. Such loneliness is
real but it is not necessary.
(Practically speaking it is prob probably
ably probably unavoidable, but a few well
placed millions could gO a long
way toward removing it.) The
true loneliness that inheres
in the university grows instead
from the character of the in inquiry
quiry inquiry to which a university is
supposed to be dedicated.
The pursuit of truth is always
lonely. We say that along with
the inherited wisdom and the
professional training imparted,
the university must seek to de develop
velop develop ones critical faculties.
This means the capacity for
personal judgement, for seeking
out and evaluating evidence in
matters that are not susceptible
to a majority vote.
Sometimes the search for the
truth leads men against the
grain and ones courage is cal called
led called into play. But more often
one is called not to the unpopu unpopular
lar unpopular but to the unexplored. If the
frontiers of knowledge are to be
pushed back, one is called to
go a step beyond what is known,
to go where nobody has yet gone.
* *
AND WHILE THE exploration

Friday, November 11, 1960

Editorial Assistants
Kirk Csllskin, Nancy Mykel, Gary Feaeock, Fat
TaastaU.
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may be done by interdisciplin interdisciplinary
ary interdisciplinary teams, ones personal res responsibility
ponsibility responsibility for his share of the
quest is never surrendered to
the group.
Lest this sound like a port portrayal
rayal portrayal of the roles oS only a few
gifted researchers or at most of
the faculty who are both equip equipped
ped equipped and paid for this heroic ad adventure,
venture, adventure, is the experience of
students different in kind or only
in degree? Perhaps as a stu student
dent student I am not always in virgin
territory; very likely somebody
has been there before.
* *
BUT I HAVE never been. And
the previous scouts dont always
agree. Even when they do, I re remain
main remain a person following them.
Integral to education is ones
response. Nobody can dictate
that responseunless education
is prostituted into indoctrination.
The University is not peculiar.
Life is a lonely place. And
while for students no real roots
are possible in Gainesville and
for faculty no one is ever sure
that the UF is his final aca academic
demic academic home the Univer University
sity University can provide deeper roots
that go with us in all times and
to all places because in this
place and in the time that we
are privileged to share its life,
there may be given to us the
chance to participate in a quali quality
ty quality of life which is not only aca academic,
demic, academic, but is ultimately an en encounter
counter encounter with Truth.
To know such loneliness is
to be lonely always yet never
to be lonely again; to have no
one home, but to be at home
everywhere. Or we may have
to settle for burying our lone loneliness
liness loneliness in the crowds and never
truly Come Home, here or any any
any where.

S'pose The Glass Distorts It Any, Marge?

AWARENESS AND EFFORT

No Single Spark Is Cause
For Dramatic UF Changes

By ROBERT B. MAUTZ
Dean Os Academic Affairs
The University of Florida is
experiencing a dramatic change
in its program and intellectual
posture. No single spark ignited
the excitement which has infec infected
ted infected both faculty and students.
I shall not attempt to play the
role of historian and delve into
the causes. I would like to sketch
briefly some of the evidence
which fortifies my conclusion.
We have experienced signifi significant
cant significant growth in the inteUectual
qualifications of our student
body. The admissions standards
which the University adopted, ef effective
fective effective in September, 1956, have,
in four brief years, resulted in
the admission solely of students
in the upper 60th percentile of
those taking the 12th grade tests.
* *
ONE MAJOR EFFECT has
been to attract to the campus
an outstanding group of students.
Fifty-six per cent of our stu students
dents students now come from the upper
20th percentile of Florida stu students.
dents. students. Effective this Fall, the
University elevated its continu continuance
ance continuance and exclusion standards.
These new standards adopt as
a basis for their existence the
assumption that academic pro probation
bation probation is formal recognition that
a student is not making satis satisfactory
factory satisfactory progress toward his de degree,
gree, degree, and therefore, should be
counseled. Such students will
be encouraged through various
devices, to utilize to the max maximum
imum maximum the intellectual capacity
which is theirs.
Awarding of scholarships now
takes into primary account the
intellectual promise of an appli applicant.
cant. applicant. At the same time, out outstanding
standing outstanding high school students
are encouraged to apply for
financial aid.
* *
AN AWAKENED STUDENT
BODY is strongly advocating
maximum utilization of the in intellectual
tellectual intellectual resources which
abound in this University. Sta Statistics
tistics Statistics as to enrollment by course
reveal that an increasing num number
ber number of students are seeking the
so called difficult" courses.
The professor who solicits favor
of the student body by giving
high grades without demanding
rigorous standards is apt to be
courting student contempt.
Nor are these examples the
sole evidence of student enthu enthusiasm
siasm enthusiasm and support for the Uni Universitys
versitys Universitys striving for academic
excellence. Students have be become
come become increasingly concerned
that the University maintain and
improve the quality of its aca academic
demic academic program. Two student
government retreats have had
matters of academic import as
their principal topic.
* a *
FLORIDA BLUE KEY, an
honorary organization whose
membership is based primarily
upon activities, has placed the
academic program of the Uni University
versity University in the role of the major
activity. It has given to Home Homecoming,
coming, Homecoming, through recognition of
outstanding scholars at the Flor Florida
ida Florida Blue Key Banquet, through
its scholarship and learning ex exhibits,
hibits, exhibits, and in other subtle means,
the theme of the basic purpose
of the University.
The student newspaper, The

Alligator, by its editorials and
ne stories, has reflected and
led this student striving to em emphasize
phasize emphasize academic affairs.
* *
THE FACULTY FURNISHES
the inspiration and leadership
for intellectual activities, and
defines the goals toward which
all strive. This they have done
with marked success. Objective
measurements of intellectual
leadership are difficult. Let me
provide a few.
The faculty continues to at attract
tract attract a substantial amount of
research and grant money. In
1959-60, the University had in
process $3,000/000 worth of pro projects
jects projects financed by other than
State appropriation. Articles in
scholarly publications are in increasing
creasing increasing in number.
As a member of the Person Personnel
nel Personnel Board, I see letters from
persons at major intellectual
centers of the world, which at attest
test attest to the high quality of these
articles. Other marks of recog recognition
nition recognition of the merit of their work
increasingly come to my atten attention.
tion. attention. Books, displays, and art
shows attract critical acclaim.
* #
ON THE CAMPUS, the facul faculty
ty faculty has responded with vigor and
imagination to the intellectual
challenge of our times. They are
boldly experimenting to help
solve our problems. Some of
these experiments have met with
success which has attracted
widespread attention.
Among such experiments are
the large classes in beginning
Spanish, and the lecture dem demonstration
onstration demonstration classes in elementary
chemistry. Physics has been re revamped
vamped revamped to provide a beginning
course which recognizes that
subject as an important part of
the culture of the modem Amer American.
ican. American.

THE FACULTY has embraced
such new techniques in educa education
tion education as television, and has oper operated
ated operated controlled experiments in
that unique medium. Honors pro programs
grams programs are being given increas increasing
ing increasing emphasis and counseling
programs are being examined
to insure placement of students
in courses which challenge
them.
The advanced ROTC pro programs
grams programs were revised to permit
acceptance of courses taught by
regular members of our faculty
in lieu of those taught by mili military
tary military personnel assigned to the
University for that purpose. We
are exploring the feasibility of
expanding this concept to cer certain
tain certain portions of the basic ROTC
program.
* *
THESE THEN ARE some of
the signs of intellectual ferment
and change which, in sum, are
entitled to the designation of
dramatic change. The atmos atmosphere
phere atmosphere of eagerness and excite excitement
ment excitement which has guided us along
this path has lessened the pain
we are experiencing because of
inadequate space, finances and
staff.
That intellectual awareness
and striving for excellence re receive
ceive receive increasing emphasis in
spite of our difficulties is a tri tribute
bute tribute to the faculty and the stu student
dent student body of this great Univer University.
sity. University.

ON BRYANTS POLICIES

Governor's Education Stand Reviewed

By J. E. DOVELL
Professor of Political and
Social Sciences.
On March 11, 1960, Farris
Bryant wrote that: The com complex
plex complex and serious need of immed immediately
iately immediately required facilities for
higher education plus concrete
planning for the future will re receive
ceive receive my closest attention when
I am elected governor. My rec record
ord record as a legislator is replete
with amide proof of my ability
to attain the needed objectives.'

As a legis legislator,
lator, legislator, Bryant
was one of the
prime movers
in die estab establishment
lishment establishment of the
Council for
Higher Educa Education
tion Education with an
original ap appropriation
propriation appropriation of
v SIO,OOO. The

Council, with the cooperation
of the State Board of Control,
later published the planning
study now known as the Brum Brumbaugh
baugh Brumbaugh Report. In 1955, Bryant
vigorously supported the estab establishment
lishment establishment of the University of
South Florida at Tampa and the
projected state institution at
Boca Raton.
* *
DURING THE 1960 Primary
Campaign, Bryant reiterated his
position that the Community
College program should be
expanded until every area in
Florida participates and the
benefits of higher education are
available to every qualified
young man and woman in the
state.
The junior college program,
he stated, is a partial answer
because it provides higher edu education
cation education at less cost to the stu student
dent student and to the taxpayer.
> Perhaps Bryants position on
1 public higher education was
i most clearly stated in an ad ad'
' ad' dress made in Gainesville on
J April 28, 1960. As a UiF grad graduate
uate graduate he remarked that this

THE CONCOMITANT CHANGES

If UF Not to Liking, Also Blame Yourself

By HORANCE G. DAVIS JR.
Assistant Professor
of Journalism
(Professor Buddy Davis qual qualifies
ifies qualifies as a North Florida cracker
of 30 years standing and is a
UF alumnus, class of 48.)
It is Homecoming, and a time
of great joy.
Time is now for the nectar of
the grape and the cheery salute,
the shout of greeting and the
purchase of chrysanthemums,
and the studied casualness of
* student Blue Keyers emulating
their bigger brothers in the gray
fannel suits.
* *
TIME IS NOW for the sod to
echo with clipped shouts and
cleated shoes, the boom of can cannon
non cannon and the rumble ripped from
40,000 throats.
It has always been so or
so it seems.
But the Homecoming cele celebrant
brant celebrant will observe changes,
changes concomitant with size.
Observe co-education. That
was shock enough back in 1947.
But it was compounded with
shorts and lithesome beauties
stretched taut between the two twoinch
inch twoinch column rules of the stu student
dent student newspaper.
And it is compounded with
vari-colored fingernail polish
and the startling facial dressing
reminiscent of an ancient Egyp Egyptian
tian Egyptian queen or a contemporary
Parisan jezebel.
* *
SUCH sophistication rules out
the pajama parade from cam campus
pus campus to downtown Gainesville.
And, alas, no longer are pa pajama-clad
jama-clad pajama-clad figures welcome on
the Gold Coast during those eve evening
ning evening hours when the female
waitresses were traditionally
banned.

IRE FROM EIRE

'New Frontier' Called Unholy Crusade

By KIRK CALLAHAN
Gator Editorial Assistant
This is a story rs an unholy
crusade that failed.
In olden times there existed
a great tribe of giants that lived
according to a

code of pride
and toil.
They thrived
on work and
in time their
product! v i t y
made their
village the
greatest in all
of the known
world.

wmmmm
CALLAHAN

But, their
prosperity made Uiem fat and
the heads of many became the
size of pins because they
thought small thoughts. Many
were no longer proud and they
began to spout forth with talks
about the virtue' of human humanity.
ity. humanity.
*
AS THEIR prosperity increas increased
ed increased even more, they sent out
messengers to outlying tribes to
see what their neighbors thought
of their great achievements.
They learned that they werent
very popular.
Now the leadership of the tribe
was divided between many fac factions.
tions. factions. One of these was the pin pinheaded
headed pinheaded faction. Tire pinheaded
group often gathered around
the Council fires and thought
small thoughts about small
things until the morning sun
would east its golden rays
across the village.

is my college borne.
He noted that three requisite
of a great university were: first,
a great student body which we
already have; second, a great
faculty; and, third, adequate
buildings- He pointed out the
need for more adequate re renumeration
numeration renumeration for the faculties of
the state colleges and universi universities
ties universities and for further capital out outlay
lay outlay for buildings on the several
campuses of these state insti institutions.
tutions. institutions.
j-
IN THE GAINESVILLE
speech, Bryant emphasized his
determination to push the junior
college program by stating that
the three existing state univer universities
sities universities should be encouraged to
concentrate on the junior and
senior years in the upper divis divisions
ions divisions and on graduate and re research
search research programs.
He pointed out that as an ex example
ample example the College of Architec Architecture
ture Architecture at Gainesville could pos possibly
sibly possibly lose its accredited status
unless adequate permanent
quarters were provided.
Bryants opposition in the
election campaign often referred
to the Oc&lana stand on econo economy
my economy and implied that Bryants
election might endanger ap appropriations
propriations appropriations for the institutions
of higher learning.
In answer to this Bryant re reaffirmed
affirmed reaffirmed his position on econo economy
my economy in government, but stated
that the introduction of economy
would not be made at the sacri sacrifice
fice sacrifice of quality: I have stated
on several occasions that as
governor I will activate my
pledge to trim some SSO million
in state expenses over a two
year period; a matter of just
3% of total cost of Floridas
governmental operation. Some
of these savings, achieved by
means of better business opera operation,
tion, operation, might well be devoted to
raising salary levels in State Stateowned
owned Stateowned institutions of higher
learning.

I|: jv- r
DOVEJUL

And the favorite dish is no
longer hot tea or sundaes, but
beer (yes, it is sold there now).
Other changes are less ob obvious.
vious. obvious.
Remember the Hello tradi tradition,
tion, tradition, where one Florida man al always
ways always greeted another Florida
man? Try it today and youll
get an oddball stare.
*
AND THE Honor System has
not been immune.
Remember how the hackles
rose when a student spoke out
with that terrible first warning,
Theres someone cheating
here? Today the machinery is
slicked up and clicks along with
methodical efficiency in the
courtroom, but the spirit has
fled the student body.
Campus politics are not as
vigorous and regardless of
what the current generation
thinks lack color. Student af affairs
fairs affairs plod along in a haze of
good feeling, old antagonisms
are buried, and the deans and
students are handmaidens.
Long gone is the day when the
campus was small enough to
contain a political dynasty, as
witness the McCarty brothers,
Dan and John. And God bless
you and your house, Fuller
Warren, who once could rattle
off the first name of every stu student
dent student on campus.
w
TODAYS studenl body presi president,
dent, president, believe it or not, gets
elected without even shaking
the hands of all his constituents.
The students are more con conservative
servative conservative in their thinking
and there is less bold liberal liberalism,
ism, liberalism, less brash talk, less ven ventured.
tured. ventured. Dollars dominate con conversation,
versation, conversation, and little is said

As more and more reports
came in from neighboring areas,
the worse suspicions of the pin pinheads
heads pinheads were confirmedtheir
popularity had fallenAnd
the small thinkers were con convinced
vinced convinced that they must have been
the most unpopular people in the
world.
* *
THE IRONY of the whole mat matter
ter matter was that they had measured
their popularity by plebiscites
and not by any set of stand standards.
ards. standards.
The word spread and the
whole tribe learned that they
surely must be the most un unpopular
popular unpopular people in the world.
Panic struck the hgartr'bf the
humble philosophers and the
men of the pinheaded faction
alerted the populace that action
had to be taken to meet this
crisis.
(Who wants to be unpopular?)
Amongst the pinheads was
a young man who spoke of
New Frontiers. He shouted
that adherence to old standards
was responsible for this great
loss of popularity.
* *
HE PROPOSED that a cru crusade
sade crusade to a New Frontier,
where the tribe could build
anew, would meet this crisis
and make his people the most
popular on earth.
However, the young spokes spokesman
man spokesman realized that if he were to
gain recruits for his crusade he
needed to base his appeal on

In the campaign between the
second Primary Election in May
and the General Election in
November, Bryant announced
that, if elected, he would appoint
several Citizen Advisory Com Committees
mittees Committees in such areas as tour tourism,
ism, tourism, industry, and public edu education.
cation. education.
He again emphasized that in
public education such a com committee
mittee committee should look into the
quality of public education
being provided in Florida, that
the quantity of public educa education
tion education was a matter of seeming
sufficient appropriations at the
state level and sufficient finan financial
cial financial support at the local level
under the measures currently in
the statute books.
Stated in another way, Bry Bryants
ants Bryants desire for further informa information
tion information on the quality of public
education being provided at all
levels in the schools, colleges,
universities, and other institu institutions
tions institutions of learning is evidence of
his determination to secure dol dollar
lar dollar value for dollar spent.
*
THAT BRYANT, as governor,
will work for the institutions of
higher learning and the ex expansion
pansion expansion of their programs should
be discernible from the above,
but he has stated that: Rapid
growth is a desire stemming
from pride and the ardor of hu human
man human desire for progress without
which all effort toward better
living would become stagnant.
I share, this ambition most
enthusiastically, but I am not
so emotionally inclined to big bigness
ness bigness for Florida that I would
sacrifice quality in the effort.
Florida must be both bigger
and better. Our educational
structure is the ladder we must
ascend to a better society and
our forward progress will be
limited only by its capacities.
As Floridas governor I will de devote
vote devote my most ardent attention
and energies to this field of
magnificent good for all of the
state in its bright future.

about reforming the ills of the
world.
This house of ours is empty
of zealots. But do not be sur surprised.
prised. surprised. For every new idea must
first be sucked through filters
labeled segregation and
communism. The idea comes
out lily white but with th&
vitality of a purged hookworm.
* *
LF TIIE campus portrait is
not to your liking, blariie the
bigness. Blame co-education.
Blame commercialism. Blame
the faculty.
But also blame yourself. For
it is your weaknesses, your
fears, your flaws, your values
which are reflected in miniature
on the Florida campus.
Where are your values? Ob Observe
serve Observe your values marching into
the stadium, loaded with badges
and pennants and cushions. Ob Observe
serve Observe your values undergoing
the exquisite pleasure of seeing
22 oversized youngsters flail one
another to the music of tortured
throats.
Listen to the words of the re revered
vered revered leader: Were gonna
wreck em tomorrow if youll
back us up.
* #
WATCH THE FOCUS of the
newspapers swivel to this little
plot of ground, subordinating
research, ideological struggles,
physical need, international
madness. Observe the profund profundity
ity profundity of the leader's aftergame
comment, Ive never seen a
finer spirit.
Then ask yourself: Would I
have come these many miles
without this? Is this the mea measure
sure measure of my dedication?
Obviously, this day is Cea Ceasars.
sars. Ceasars. Give it to him joyfully,
but without deceit.

more than just the popularity
issue.
Campaigning with all the
force of crusading righteous righteousness,
ness, righteousness, he sold many of the popu populace
lace populace on the belief that the pros prosperity
perity prosperity they enjoyed was doomed.
Many listened; many believed.
Now, in years previous,
another leader, who gained the
support of the tribe, had talked
along similar lines. His policies
had nearly ruined the tribe and
its survival was a monument
to the foundation laid by Its
forebearers. \
* *
In time a plebiscite was cal called
led called and the tribe cast their lob lobby
by lobby a close marginto go on the
crusade to New Frontiers.
The day for the crusade ar arrived
rived arrived and the young pinhead, as assembled
sembled assembled his followers and be began.
gan. began. Still, many stayed behind
for they believed that the crus crusade
ade crusade was unholy.
After leaving their ances ancestral
tral ancestral grounds, the crusaders pas passed
sed passed through a dark forest where
the sun never shined. Even Eventually
tually Eventually the foliage began to thin
and to the surprise of all,
they found themselves on a
great desert.
T Thirst and hunger crazed
them even more. As they weak weakened,
ened, weakened, many bit into their flesh
to draw liquid from their veins.
But all was futile and the desert
sun burned them to cinders un until
til until all perished.
Such was the fate of the un unholy
holy unholy crusade.



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Wm. Jennings Bryan Early 'Fighting 1 Gator

By DON RICHIE
The role that William Jennings
Bryan the silver-tongued orator,
played in national politics is quite
well known to most grade-school
boys, who cut their speaking
teeth on his famous 1896 Cross
of Gold speech.
But the role the Great Com Commoner
moner Commoner played in adding color
and prestige to the University o#
Florida is not as well knowneven
to many men and women of the
University itself.

IN CELEBRATION OF the cen centennial
tennial centennial year of Bryans birth, ap appropiately
propiately appropiately during this election
month, the Florida State Mus Museum
eum Museum has set up two display cases
in the Florida Union to comme commemorate
morate commemorate Bryans part in the Uni Universitys
versitys Universitys past and to show some
mementoes of his Florida life and
presidential campaigns.
Pictures, correspondence, cam campaign
paign campaign buttons from the Museum
of the Nebraska State Historical
Society and the University of
Florida archives tell of the part
played by this rebel politician
and deeply religious man in
American and University annals.
Theres quite a story behind the
display cases in the main lounge
of the Florida Union, named in
Bryans honor. University his historian,
torian, historian, Dr. Samuel Proctor, has
researched much of it in a sum summary
mary summary of Bryans association with
the UF in the July issue o§ Flor Florida
ida Florida Historical Quarterly.
*
BRYAN HAD always loved Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, from his first extended visit
with the Nebraska Volunteers in
Jacksonville during the Spanish
American War.
Upon his resignation as Wood Woodrow
row Woodrow Wilsons secretary of state
in June, 1915, Bryan decided to
make Florida his permanent
home, and finally established legal
residence in 1921.
In his bombastic career, the
boy orator from Nebraska, had
become U. S. Representative,
later battled Republican opposi opposition
tion opposition three times as an unsuccess unsuccessful
ful unsuccessful presidential candidate 1896,
1900 and 1908and finally swung
the Democratic nomination to Wil Wilson
son Wilson in 1912.
Ironically it was the Wilson ad administrations

SINCE TWO DECADES AGO

Change? Well, Just Look at Languages

By Dr. M. M. LASEY
Assoc. Professor Os Languages
The University this past week
or so has been polishing up to
put its best foot forward (with*
out completely hiding the other
footthe shabby one), and the
students efforts betray therd therdselves
selves therdselves in the class room through
absences, incomplete prepara preparation,
tion, preparation, and a frequent glassy stare
which is a compromise with
sleep.
These traits weic not un unknown
known unknown in my undergraduate
days here, but in the pre-World
War II era we did not have the
spectacular occasion for it all.
When I reflect on the way
things were then, it occurs to
me that some returning alumni
of my vintage might be mildly
curious as to how things have
changed in the department of
which I am norw a member:
Foreign Languages.
* *
FOREIGN LANGUAGE teach teaching
ing teaching and learning have received
some attention of late and I
optimistically believe this ulti ultimately
mately ultimately will prove of benefit
both to us and to the students.
Those who have studied in the
College of Arts and Sciences and
especially those who have or
will have children enrolled in
this college might well acquaint
themselves with the general
aims, procedures, and techni techniques
ques techniques of the language course
work which is still a require requirement
ment requirement for graduation from this
college.
Students who took language
courses a couple decades ago
will recall the convenience of
having the department housed
and classed in the north section
of Buckman Hall.
Five or six professors man managed
aged managed to handle the classes in
their offices and in the five
class rooms without much of a
problem in scheduling. Incident Incidentally,
ally, Incidentally, three of the professors are
still teaching with the depart department.
ment. department.
* *
PERHAPS THE FIRST change
to note is that of location. With
the exception of some offices
located in temporary Building
D, the department, is now in
the basement of Anderson Hall.

Friday, November 11, 1960 EditoriiU

ministrations administrations international polic policies,
ies, policies, which Bryan* thought were
heading Hie U. S. for war, that
caused him to resign from polit political
ical political office and to finally settle in
Coconut Grove, near Miami, to
the comparative but brief peace
of his new home, Villa Serena.
* *
IN THE TEN YEARS that he
lived in Florida, until his death
in 1925, Bryan believed the words
of the writer, Edgar Lee Masters,
who said on Bryans retirement:
Here is a Christian statesman
out of a jobno longer a presi presidential
dential presidential possibility, nor a law-mak law-maker,
er, law-maker, nor a law giver.
His days as orator and states statesman
man statesman and fighter for the funda fundamental
mental fundamental belief of his strong Biblical
convictions were still in high
gear. Bryan was to stump for
prohibition, crusade against evol evolutionary
utionary evolutionary theory, and become area
estate speculator.
During his life in Florida
Bryan became close friends with
UF President Dr. Albert A. Mur
phree (whose statue now graces
a plaza between the Library and
Peabody Hall).
*
BRYAN AND Murphree were
both staunchly religious. Bryan
was very much in the Sight
alongside Dr. Murphree against
shameless forms of dancing,
drinking and indecent costumes
at dances and parties. Low-cut
gowns, rolled hose and short
skirts are bom of the devil and
will carry the present and future
generations to social chaos and
destruction, said President Mur Murphree,
phree, Murphree, as the Universitys male
population face the throes of
the "roaring twenties.
Bryan helped institute the
whiskey pledge at the Univer University,
sity, University, with President Murphrees
assistance. All of the faculty and
75 per cent of the students signed.
No poll was ever taken to deter determine
mine determine how far the Universitys
famous Honor System went in up upholding
holding upholding the pledge, but the Uni University
versity University was held up in academic
circles as a good example to other
schools.
*
AND BRYAN himself later
pointed out that two instructors
of a North Carolina institution

This used to be Language Hall,
you remember, with the Presi Presidents
dents Presidents office on the first floor,
where the office of the Dean of
Arts and Sciences is now lo located.
cated. located.
No longer a part of the Eng English
lish English Department, the Foreign
Languages Department now has
a faculty of 19, distributed
among French, German, Greek,
Latin, Russian, and Spanish. I
shall not dwell here on our
problems of office and class
room, but if you arc at all in interested
terested interested come and see for your yourself.
self. yourself.
There are two major changes,
or differences, in the teaching
of the first two years of some
of the languages: die language
laboratory, and the large single
class in the beginning course.
* *
THE LABORATORY is in An Anderson
derson Anderson 11 and 13, and contains
some 160 individual desks, each
equipped with a set of ear
phones- Several prepared tapes
can be played simultaneously
on different machines and dif different
ferent different channels, so that various
languages and sections can be
accommodated at any given
hour.
The tapes are prepared here
and there is a brief quiz at the
end of the tapeto encourage
the students concentration.
Thus the student has two or
three hours each week in lab,
during which time he hears the
other language and has some oc occasion
casion occasion to repeat phrases and to
answer questions orally. These
hours in lab supplement die
discussion classes, which meet
two or three hours each week.
*
THERE ARE THINGS the lab
cannot do. It cannot answer
questions nor give individual
attention. However, the hours of
exposure to hearing the lan language
guage language do contribute to the stu students
dents students feel for the language and
his understanding in it.
The second change has been
to put aU the beginning course
students in one class, which has
been variously described as
large, huge, enormous, and
eeech!
Os course, no one thought this
up as a better way to teach be beginning

were fired for making wine in a
bathtub.
The nucleous of the Universitys
religious life at that time was the
YMCA, around which evolved com compulsory
pulsory compulsory chapel twice a week.
President Murphree, in 1923,
enlisted Bryans aid as chaignan
of a statewide campaign to raise
funds for a new YMCA building
as a cultural and religious center
for the University.
In accepting, Bryan considered
that the University might become
a prime example for other uni universities
versities universities in the nation in the fight
for higher moral and religious
standards. /
With his characteristic fervor,
Bryan stumped the state with
speeches and press appeals and
approached many iniluencial.
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ginning beginning courses in language, be because
cause because it is not. However, under
the circumstances it seemed the
only way possible to keep all
first and second year classes
from being too large.
* *
LANGUAGE CLASSES op operate
erate operate best with no more than
15 to 20 maximum enrollment,
but we had reached a point
where almost all our classes
had over 35 students and sev several
eral several had over 50. The idea was
to put the 150 to 200 students in
the beginning course in one lec lecture
ture lecture section and thus have more
and smaller sections in the oth other
er other courses.
This arrangement is being
tried in Spanish and German.
French is working on smother
approach to this problem: tele television.
vision. television. Many of the sections
are being taught on closed cir circuit
cuit circuit television with video-taped
lectures and drills.
* *
WHILE THERE are undesir undesirable
able undesirable aspects of the large class,
there sure some advantages.
The increased enrollment has
been absorbed; there has been
a tightening of the minimum re requirements;
quirements; requirements; the reading pro program
gram program has been stepped up; and
the burden of learning is
squarely on the shoulders of the
student.

Park to Reitz: 'Thank Tow'

A recent letter, from Student
Body President Bob Park to UF
President Dr. J. Wayne Reitz,
expressed appreciation by Park
on behalf of the student body
for Reitas efforts in persuading
the Board of Control last month
to revise its rule forbidding stu student
dent student national political rallies
on campus.
Following is the text of the
letter:
Dear Dr. Reitz:
Tomorrow the elections end
another presidential campaign,
and before the next presidential
election, four University of
Florida classes will have grad graduated.
uated. graduated.
Your help In securing this
year for oar present students
their first opportunities for
campaigning in the free tradl tradltion

friends for donations, including
Glenn Curtiss, J. C. Penney and
James Deering. Bryan himself
pledged $1,500.
* *
ACCORDING TO Dr. Proctor,
"Bryan drove his black Ford
across narrow dusty Florida roads,
speaking sometimes four and five
times a day; he was reminded of
his old campaign and seemed to
thrive on the excitement of a
crowded schedule.
The Gator Band usually accom accompanied
panied accompanied him as did the University
Quartet: James Melton (not Met Metropolitan
ropolitan Metropolitan Opera star); Milton
Yeats (who wrote the UF Alma
Mater); Nathan Mayo Jr. and
George Anderson.
Bryan never lived to see the
drive finished because a majority
of the pledges were defaulted as
a result of factors leading to the
boom and bust oi 1926.
The YMCA building, now known
as the Florida Union, was not
started until the 1930s but the
campaign had publicized the Uni University
versity University to the people of a grow growing
ing growing state.
*
THE ALLIGATOR the student
newspaper and the student body
thanked Bryan when the Florida
Union was finally completed and
the main lounge was named in
his honor.
Bryans friendship and admira admiration
tion admiration for President Murphree
prompted him to run for Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic delegate to the national
convention in 1924 and to place
Murphrees name before the con convention
vention convention as a a Democratic favorite
son. (Wilson had been the first
university president to be placed
in nomination by Bryan).
A stalemate developed before a
corporation lawyer, John W.
Davis, was nominated with
Bryans brother, Charles, as vice
presidential candidate.
President Murphree sent his
heartfelt dhanks from the Univer University
sity University for the publicity gained Sor
the institution and jocularly turn turned
ed turned down his friends bids for
Cabinet posts.
With his last political fight
over, Bryan concentrated his re remaining
maining remaining efforts on outlawing Dar Darwinism
winism Darwinism in colleges and schools of

POTPOURRI

Election, Come And Gone,
Should Now Stir Thought

By DICK MERCER
The national election has come
and gone; because it is now part
of the past, we ought to think
more about what it means than
we did when it was part of the
futurefor it, alone, is more
America, than any other part
of our civilization.

MERCER

In this land
we are Jack Jackson
son Jackson and Lin Lincoln
coln Lincoln and Isaac
and Schultz;
OBrien, Stuy Stuyvestant,
vestant, Stuyvestant, Olson,
and Kovacs;
Jones, Green,
and Smith. We
belong to
many races
and colors and

creeds. We are American, and
it seems to me that we are
most American on Election Day.
It is then that we assert our ourselvesgood
selvesgood ourselvesgood and bad alike. It
is then that we proclaim to all
the world that we are Ameri American,
can, American, that democracy is alive,
and that it is going as strong
today as it airways has. We are
telling the world that we are
tre4 free to live, to love and
to laugh.
*
ON ELECTION DAY we show

tion tradltion of American politics is
something I very much appreci appreciate.
ate. appreciate.
No more forceful argument
for these freedoms can be made
here than the simple statement,
This is a university, the birth birthplace
place birthplace of inquiry and the cradle
es freedom.**
Again, for your obtaining
these privileges for us, on tide
nervous and exciting election
eve, for the entire student body*
I thank you.
Very respecttfnily yours,
Bob Park
Commenting on receipt of the
letter, Bette said, *T am happy
to have this letter from Bob and
Tm delighted to know the co cooperative
operative cooperative effort which the stu students
dents students met with approval from
the Board of Control.

the countryor any other teach teachings
ings teachings contrary to the fundamental
text of the Bible.
* *
BCE DIED as he livedfighting
for his idealism with his silvered
tongue, now beginning to tarnish:
slightly with age.
| On the afternoon of the day he
died, July 26, 1925, he had just
1 completed a speech in Dayton,
- Tennessee, denouncing the Dar Darwinian
winian Darwinian theory. It ended with the
hymn, Faith of our fathers, holy
faith, we will be true to thee til
death.
1 It was just five days before
that he had arbitrarily won his
test case in a steaming courtroom
against evolutionary teachings in
public schools. His opponent was
Clarence Darrow, the famous law lawer,
er, lawer, who was defending a Dayton
schoolteacher, John Scopes, con convicted
victed convicted of teaching evolution in his
classroom.
Some say Bryan died of a tired
heart, worn out by his battles
against gold, liquor and licentious licentiousness,
ness, licentiousness, and a higher place for re religious
ligious religious observances in government
and schools.
* *
THE HEAD doesnt mean any anything,
thing, anything, except as an instrument to
carry out what the heart wants
it to do, Bryan had said.
And the University of Florida,
in Bryans new-found place in
the sun, the Sunshine State, car carried
ried carried its flags at half mast in his
memory.
Perhaps his best epitaph was
in the first fall issue of the Alli Alligator:
gator: Alligator:
"Some of us may have differed
with him in his views at times,
yet all pay him honor and respect
. his memory . Mr. Bryans sin sincerity
cerity sincerity and deep conviction for
l what he believed right ... his
! fearless and aggresive stand in
the face of enemies will long
i serve as an example worthy of
emulation by all Americans.
And his spirit pervades the
Florida Union and the University
yet, not only by the death mask
over the double doors of the
; lounge named in his honor, but
by the high cultural standards
the University and its Union sets
today for the students.

the world the value .of belief
l
in humanity for we know that
ultimately the people will make
the right choice. They will make
this choice because they have
lived in a land where the value
of love is stronger than the
value of hate; where the values
, of truth and sincerity are
stronger than the values of lies
and cynicism; and, where the
: values of life are more impor important
tant important than any others.
On election day we show the
world that America still lives
because her sons and daugh daugh
daugh tens have been loyal. And they
I always been loyal because they
l have always been free.
We show the world that
America is not weakthat she
is united and strong today just
as she was many ages and times
and worlds ago when man first
came to these shores. The men
who came here were bold and
adventurous and of many racial
origins, united in their determi determination
nation determination to build a system which
guaranteed freedomfor them themselves
selves themselves and for all future gen generations.
erations. generations.
*
WE SHOW THE world that
we are willing to fight for free freedom
dom freedom to protect it. We show Jhe
world that we know that, in increasingly,
creasingly, increasingly, our freedom depends
upon the freedom of citizens of
other lands for today the whole
world is one neighborhood.
We know our problems are
not ours alone. They involve
no one racial groupno one re religious
ligious religious faith. They are the prob problems
lems problems of all groups and of all
faiths.
Our ideal is democratic lib liberty.
erty. liberty. Our instruments are honor
and friendship. We hope that
one day our method can really
be increased understanding. We
will lead the world if it desires
us to, bid we cannot do it with without
out without common effort striving to
safeguard for a new world the
great liberties which we po possess,
ssess, possess, and which we desire
for all men.
We must lead the way in ad advancing
vancing advancing the cause of humanity
in this world and for the gen generations
erations generations which shall follow us.

AN OPEN LETTER

Three Missions for 'Older Generation'

By 808 PARK
Student Body President
On behalf of the student body,
welcome. We are delighted that
you have taken the time to join
us tor this festive weekend.

The student
body, under
the leadership
of Jon Moyle,
Homecom Homecoming
ing Homecoming Chairman,
has been work working
ing working for nearly
seven months
to provide you
With an enter entertaining
taining entertaining college
weekend. We
hope it is a

PARK

memorable holiday so ryou.
We hope you will use our
Homecoming meetings, tradi traditionally
tionally traditionally the years largest gath gatherings
erings gatherings of the political and pro professional
fessional professional leaders of Florida, to
face the problems of our state.
* *
FLORIDA FACES CRISES,
and our growth has amplified
old problems. But our influx of
new citizens brings experience
of vigorous state governments to
Florida, and the new Florida
generation is an American gen generation,
eration, generation, not just a southern gen generation.
eration. generation.
The young Floridian's con concepts
cepts concepts of fair play, effectiVe gov-

UF HISTORY

The First Homecoming Was Dad's Day

By DR. SAMUEL PROCTOR
University Historian
The first Homecoming was
Thanksgiving Day, November 27,
1924. Ever since 1907, the Uni University
versity University had set aside a day each
year, Dads Day, and fathers
were invited to visit their sons
on campus.
At first there were no special
festivities arranged for this day,
but parents were encouraged to
sit in on classes, talk with mem members
bers members of the faculty, inspect the
dormitories, and eat in the Com Commons,
mons, Commons, as the dining room was
then called.
Dads Day became very pop popular,
ular, popular, particularly with alumni
whose sons were attending the
University. When Dads Day was
scheduled for the day before a
football game, parent-alumni re response
sponse response was generally greater
than ordinary.
* *
FLORIDAS FOOTBALL team
in 1924 was first rate. Under the
direction of Coach James Van
Fleet, the Gators defeated Rol Rolline
line Rolline (77-0), Wake Forest (34-0),
Florida Southern (26-0), Missis Mississippi
sippi Mississippi State (27-0), and tied Geor Georgia
gia Georgia Tech (7-7) and the Univer University
sity University of Texas (7-7). Only Army
(7-14) and Mercer (0-10) had
beaten Florida. The final game,
against Drake University, was
scheduled for Thanksgiving Day,
which in those days was not a
school holiday.
By 1924, highways connecting
Gainesville with Tampa, Lake
City, and Jacksonville facilitat facilitated
ed facilitated transportation, and large
crowds travelled long distances
for football games. Then Uni University
versity University President A. A. Mur Murphree
phree Murphree expected a record re response
sponse response to the invitations which
he had sent to parents and al alumni,
umni, alumni, inviting them to the cam campus
pus campus for Thanksgiving.
The Alligator strongly sup supported
ported supported Homecoming, as Dads
Day had now been renamed,
and in an editorial stated: Os
course every Florida man wants
his Dad to be here and of course
every Dad wants to come but,
as usual, they will try to pull
that old gag about being too
busy. But men, dont let him
get away with it this time. Be Begin
gin Begin right. Dont ask him if he
can come? Write him to come.
Use your Mothers tactics and
bully him into it. The Gover Governor
nor Governor needs a vacation should be
our slogan for this event. If he
chooses to bring a girl friend
along, so much the better. Moth Mothers
ers Mothers are always welcome, .like .likewise*
wise* .likewise* sisters, brothers and
friends.
*
UPON THE ADVICE of Dear.
Bert Riley, some twenty stu students
dents students were invited to meet in
the President's office for the
purpose of forming a Blue Key
Society. The Knights of Blue
Key, as the charter members
were called, dedicated them themselves
selves themselves to serving the University
and their first assignment was
Homecoming.
On Wednesday afternoon, Nov.
26, Blue Key members, carry carrytog
tog carrytog large welcome signs, met the
incoming trains as they unload unloaded
ed unloaded their passengers on the
streets adjacent to the White
House Hotel. They then escorted
the visitors on a tour of the cam campus.
pus. campus.
That evening an informal re reception
ception reception was held in the gymna gymnasium
sium gymnasium (now the Womens Gym Gymnasium)
nasium) Gymnasium) so that parents and
alumni could meet faculty and
the Universitys administrative
staff. The football team was in introduced
troduced introduced and Coach Van Fleet
promised a victory against
Drake.
*
THE NEXT MORNING the vis visitors
itors visitors assembled near Buckman
Hall to watch the freshmen
start on a three-mile cross-coun cross-country
try cross-country run. Every freshman, unless
he was on the football team, had
to be present and the Alligator
had earlier advised: Rats, dont
let this be a coercive affair.
Show your college spirit by be being
ing being on hand when the time

eminent and representative gov government
ernment government are country-wide, not
merely county-wide.
We are proud of our southern
heritage, but we are not senile,
and we dont intend to spend our
lives reliving our great-grand great-grandparents
parents great-grandparents lives.
*
TO JUSTIFY THEIR prestige,
honors and privileges, they must
now provide concert and sub substantial
stantial substantial reform in (1) reappor reapportionment;
tionment; reapportionment; (2) adequate schools
and colleges; and (3) better
state support for local planning
needs hospitals, sewage dis disposed,
posed, disposed, roads, traffic control, etc.
That these problems exist on
their present scale speaks poor poorly
ly poorly of the maturity of our state.
They betray a cynicism toward
the hopes and needs of Floridas
citizens. They betray placidity.
Poor roads, inadequate hos hospitals
pitals hospitals and crowded classrooms
tell the story of Florida's gov government
ernment government far better than the na natural
tural natural virtues of our state the
sunshine, the lovely land and its
friendly people which certain
politicians exploit to hide their
defensiveness, lack of .imagina .imagination
tion .imagination and political anxieties.
*
BUT THESE FAILURES of
the past are opportunities for
the future.

comes and be willing to take
part in the race.
You will be the creators of
tradition. Come out and do your
stuff, rats, and thereby show
that you are worthy to be in the
same university with the sopho sophomore
more sophomore class of the UF. Get out
the old moth eaten running
pants, borrow your roommates
running shoes, eat a few pinches
of gun powder as a stimulant
and start training.
* *
LATER THE VISITORS wit witnessed
nessed witnessed the awarding of the race
prizes gold medals given by
the Athletic Department and fif fifty
ty fifty chocolate and coconut cakes
donated by the ladies of Gaines Gainesville.
ville. Gainesville. After touring the Stat-3
Museum, then located on the
second floor of Flint Hall, and
inspecting cattle exhibited by
the Experiment Station, the
crowd assembled on University
Avenue for the first Homecom Homecoming
ing Homecoming Parade. A motorcade of
cars and buggies drove down
the Avenue, around the Court Courthouse
house Courthouse Square, and then back to
the campus byway of SW 2nd
Avenue.
As game time approached the

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To the Governor-Elect, Farris
Bryant, we extend, as we did
cm his election, the very heat
wishes of the student body. We
look forward to supporting Mr.
Bryant in his vigorous, imagina imaginative
tive imaginative push for a better Florida.
It is freely rumored that Mr.
Bryant may run for Senator
Hollands seat, should Mr. Hol Holland
land Holland retire in 1964. To do so, he
must build his record upon how
he meets the problems we have
outlined. He will have the en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic backing of all men of
good will as he tackles these
problems. We wish him the best
of luck.
0
TOGETHER, VN THE next
four years, we can build a finer,
a healthier Florida. To do this
we must: (1) release the stran
glehold on representative gov
ernment, on democracy in
Florida; (2) provide quality ed education
ucation education for all our capable
youngsters; and (3) help the
population-swamped local com communities
munities communities of Florida meet their
complicated crises.
We can do these things. God
willing, we shall do them togeth together.
er. together.
Best wishes for you and your
communities, and I hope you
enjoy the finest Homecoming
ever.

crowd, led by the Gator Band,
playing the March of the Fight Fighting
ing Fighting Gators, walked over to
Fleming Field. A few bleachers
had been set up for the ladies,
and everyone else sat on the
grass, perched in trees, or stood
around the gridiron to watch the
game.
'
AT HALF TIME, the captain
of the Drake team was initiated
as Blue Keys first honorary
member. Then, the entire stu student
dent student body, the freshmen wear wearing
ing wearing rat caps and the upperclass upperclassmen
men upperclassmen wearing black derbies,
rushed onto the field and formed
a human F, while the band play played
ed played We Are The Boys.
The Gators won the game by
a score of 10-0 and the students
celebrated the victory by light lighting
ing lighting a huge bonfire. Afterwards,
everyone was invited to a free
dance held in the gymnasium.
President Murphree described
this first Homecoming as a
grand affair, and the Alligator
said it was a triumph and
predicted that it would become
one of the Universitys greai
traditions.



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UP FOR TRIALThe Hon Honor
or Honor Court, Chancellor Gavin
OBrien presiding, talks over
a case with two members of
the defense council. Up for
trial is not only the usual stu student

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dent student defendents but the Honor
Court and System itself as in intense
tense intense re evaluation proceeds
on various fronts. In the rear
are Court Clerk Dave Stanely
and the Court Justices.

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Proposed Court Revisions
Urged by HC Chief Counsel

Latin Statesmen
Slated To Speak
In IAS Series
The* Eleventh Annual Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Conference will open No November
vember November 30 with a public lecture
by Dr. Jose Figueres, former
President of Costa Rica.
Dr. Figueres will speak at 8:15
p.m. in the University Auditori Auditorium
um Auditorium before the more than 200 del delegates
egates delegates expected at the 1960 Con Conference
ference Conference whose theme this year is
The Central American Area.
The annual conference is co cosponsored
sponsored cosponsored by the School of Inter-
American Studies, and by the
Esso Standard Oil, S.A., Ltd.,
whom L. J. Brewer, president,
will represent.
Dr. Curtis Wilgus, director of
the School, has announced the
following speakers for the four fourday
day fourday conference:
Dr. Carlos Arosemena Arias,
president of the National Bar As Association
sociation Association of the Republic of Pan Panama;
ama; Panama; Dr. Carlos Cordero dAu- 1
buisson, former director of the
Pan American Coffee Bureau;
Dr. Alejandro Baco-Munoz, Nica Nicaraguan
raguan Nicaraguan economist; and Dr. Jorge
Fidel Duron, Honduran states statesman
man statesman and educator.

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By HARVEY GOLDSTEIN
Gator Staff Writer
Proposed revisions to make the
Honor Court more Uke a standard
court of law were urged by Dick
Stikelether, the Honor Courts
chief counsel for defense this
week.
We feel that when a mans
property or life is endangered
then we have reached the point
where he should be tried in a
criminal court like the one down downtown.
town. downtown.
An attorney general system with
pre-trial conferences, new jury
members for each trial, and com complete
plete complete unanimity on jury convic convictions
tions convictions were cited by Stikelether as
needed revisions.
Create Interest
He said the revisions would cre create
ate create more interest in the honor
system, tend to improve justice,
and help remove the idea that
the court is a kangaroo court.
Under the old system he said,
some students and instructors lost
faith in the Honor Court because
some students who seemed to be
obviously guilty werent convic convicted.
ted. convicted.
Undergrads v. Lawyers?
This situation probably was the

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Will Air Growl Presentation tonight

WUFT celebrates its third year
of, telecasting with the presenta presentation
tion presentation of Gator Growl, from 8 to 10
p.m. on Channel 5 tonight. N
The Growl telecast is the first
such major production ever under undertaken
taken undertaken by the student television
staff. Telecasters include: Don
Adams, John Born, Barry Cronin,
Bruce Davis, George Flowers, Ro-
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result of having undergraduate
investigating justices argue cases
with student lawyers acting as de defense
fense defense counsels, he said.
The Attoniey General, a senior
law student now argues for the
prosecution and holds pre-trial
conferences with the defense coun counsel
sel counsel to settle issues, evidence, and
witnesses.
This saves time in court and
enables the defense counsel to
move for dismissals, something
not done under the old system,
Stikelether said.
New Jury
A new jury for each trial would
remove the situation of having
the same group of 14 students sit siting
ing siting on all trials from Sept, to
April.
Stikelether said that in the past,
defense counsels found that the
aquittal rate dropped during the
year and that the longer the just justices
ices justices sat on the court, the less
chance the defendent had.
The revision to require complete
unanimity on convictions would
change the present procedure
whereby a conviction is possible
when seven of the fourteen just justices
ices justices vote for it.

ger Firson, Jim Kerlin, Mel Po Polick
lick Polick and Bill Watrous.
These advanced television stu students
dents students are handling all aspects of
the special program directing,
handling cameras, lighting, audio,
and written commentary.
Program director Lee Franks
said Channel 5 has celebrated its
birthday week with several firsts,
Alpha Epsilon Rhos election re returns
turns returns report, a new area series
called North Florida Viewpoint,
and the Baroque Chamber Orches Orchestra
tra Orchestra was presented as one of'the
largest local music groups ever
telecast over WUFT.
Fla vet Elections
Name 3 Mayors,
Commissioners
Nerw government officials of
Plavets I, n and in three may mayors
ors mayors and 22 commissionerswere
recently elected for the 1960-61
term.
Flavet I named Gene Stephens
mayor and elected the following
commissioners: Andie Stewart,
Cindy Bealing, Ed Baker, Tom
Rainey, and Tom Barclay. Lu Lucille
cille Lucille Clark will serve as treasurer.
Dan Patton will greet visitors
as Flavet Hs mayor. Assisting
him will be commissioners George
Neely, Ed Blasdale, Bob Pyle,
John ONeal, and Frank Gillette.
Managing the IFlavets funds will
be its new treasurer, Loretta Ze Zezulak.
zulak. Zezulak.
Newly-elected Mayor Tony Cun Cunningham
ningham Cunningham of Flavet HI will func function
tion function along with the twelve new
commission members.
Those filling No. S villages
commission posts are Ed Dono Donovan,
van, Donovan, Liz Corbett, Phyllis Lewis,
Jerome Nichols, Celia Stone, John
Hollingsworth, Mort Stupp, Helen
Fogel, Bob Richardson, Shelly
Prager, Bill McGinnis, and Ken Kenneth
neth Kenneth Lee.

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Many Had
Big Role
In Fiesta
With the appointment of Jon
Moyle,' West Palm Beach Law
Senior l early in the spring, Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming 1960 was officially under underway.
way. underway. Moyle is a member of Flor Florida
ida Florida Blue Key, the organization
which traditionally assumes ul ultimate
timate ultimate responsibility for the now
gigantic Homecoming presenta presentation.
tion. presentation.
First Task
Moyles first task was tc fa familiarize
miliarize familiarize himself thoroughly with
each activity, completing
this, the next major endeavor
was to find the round people for
the round holes. That is, to find
individuals with the capabilities
required to fulfill the tasks that
were soon to be assigned.
Moyle then named Bill Crick Crickenbergef
enbergef Crickenbergef to direct Gator Growl,
the largest all-student show in
the nation. Bill, a four year vet veteran
eran veteran of Growl productions, has
since been devoting his time to
organizing and producing what
will be the best show in Growl
history.
The remaining major divi division
sion division chairmen were quickly se selected:
lected: selected: Thom Rumberger, Dl Dlrectoi
rectoi Dlrectoi of Promotion and Publi Publicity;
city; Publicity; Len Crews Personnel As Assistant,
sistant, Assistant, Alvin Cooglar, Chair Chairman
man Chairman Clerical Division; Robin
Gibson, Special Functions Divi Division;
sion; Division;
Bill Ade, Administrative As-st;
Ivan Diamond, finance chairman,
Frank Penott, chairman
Florida Blue Key Banquet; Jack
Shreve, Legislative Bar-B-Que,
Buck Bradford, Chairman Tech Technical
nical Technical Division, Jim Quincey,
FBK Smoker; Stephanie Brodie,
Mortar Board Buffet; Joe Mc-
Dermott, Alumni Division; and
Ton LaGrone, Parade Chairman.
Other people playing promi prominent
nent prominent roles in HGflO are: Gator
Growl; Marlon Robuck, Exe Executive
cutive Executive Secretary; Assistant
Director John Trekell; Pro Production
duction Production Coordinator, Ken Ken Kennedy;
nedy; Kennedy; Technical Coordiantor,
Sam Zorn; Procurement, Ed
Shaffer; Spectator Committee,
Irv. Shane; Fireworks, Ever Everett
ett Everett Brinkman; Control and
Communications, Bruce Bul Bullock;
lock; Bullock;
Pre Growl, John Edmundson-
Skit Chairman, Hank Merrill;
Field Acts, Danny OConnel; Pro Promotion
motion Promotion Assistant to the Director,
Dagne Servin; Publicity Chief,
Gary Peacock; Promotion Co Coordinator,
ordinator, Coordinator, Cal Adams; Sweet Sweetheart
heart Sweetheart Contest, Jose Thomas
News Chief, Frank Pound;
House Decorations Chairman,
House Decorations Chairman.
Julie Thordarson; Slogan Con Contest,
test, Contest, Ron Jones; Brochure Otair Otairnrm.n,
nrm.n, Otairnrm.n, Roger LaVoie; Asst Pub Publicity
licity Publicity Chief, Kirk Callahan;
Asst News Chief, Neil Swan:
Personnel Division; Clerical
Asst, Barbara Barrett; Bands
Committee Chairman, Jim Al Alderman.
derman. Alderman. Friday Saturday Co Coordinator,
ordinator, Coordinator, Ross Adams, Cleri Clerical;
cal; Clerical; Asst Chairman, Ray Dol Dollar;
lar; Dollar; Administrative Asst, Gin Ginny
ny Ginny Jankunis;
Jenny Lynn Olin, FBK secre secreta..,;
ta..,; secreta..,; Alumni Reunion, Asst
Chairman Nelson DeCamp Tom
Marchese; Program Director,
Shell Clyatt; Decorations Chair Chairman
man Chairman Erick Speyer; Parade, Pub Publicity,
licity, Publicity, Mike Dowling; Administra Administrative
tive Administrative Asst, Susan MacDonald.

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THINGS
been a long time since I worked on HC *39 Doin'
Fine," says Michael Joseph Thomas 111, now resident
of Corry Village, Fla. He's visiting the campus this
weekend like so many of his fellow alumni and gettin'
just as big a bang out of it as I did back in the 3os."
Only one thing wrong, though, he comments: We
didn't have this traffic problem then . Why, now
I have to park out here on the lawn!"
"F" Book Positions Open

Applications for editor and busi business
ness business manager of the 1961-62 F-
Book will be considered by the
Board of Student Publications at
a meeting Nov. 16, Chairman Hugh
Cunningham announced.
The Board will meet at 3 p.m.
in Room 11 of the Florida Union.
Cunningham said two students
already have applied for the edi editorship
torship editorship and one for the business
manager post. Others who wish to

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apply may obtain blanks from the
office of the executive secretary,
John V. Webb, Room 324 in the
Stadium.
GREETINGS
At
HOMECOMING
Mrs. Doca Manookin



Statue Pranks Cost UF

Students who vent their inhi inhibitions
bitions inhibitions on statues on the UF cam campus
pus campus cost the University over SIOO
a year, according to Noel R. Lake
of Plants and Grounds.
Maintenance men spend eight
to ten hours scraping away paint,
and removing the remains of stu student
dent student pranks after the statues have
been defaced.
Last year the statues had*to
be cleaned up every other month
at a cost of S2O each time/' said
Lake.
Students seem to get the great greatest
est greatest delight in playing pranks on
the statue of Dr. A. A. Murphree,
president emeritus of the Univer University.
sity. University. The statue is situated bet bettween
tween bettween Peabody Hall and the Uni University
versity University Library.
Murphree has been the recipient
of girls, underclothing, beverage
bottles, a book, Lolita, and
most recentlya yo yo.
The bronze statue was given to
the University in 1946 by UF alum alumni
ni alumni in commemoration of Dr. Mur Murphrees
phrees Murphrees 17 years as president of
the University. The cost was $22,-
000.
Dr. Murphrees son, A. A. Mur Murphree,
phree, Murphree, professor of English, feels
that he must keep a sense of hu humor
mor humor concerning the pranks playad
on the statue of his father.
The statue almost invites
pranks, says Murphree, but
since it did cost quite a bit of
money students should be careful
of vandalism.
The number of pranks has tap tapered
ered tapered off this year, according to
Lake. He Seel this may indicate
a trend toward more mature stu students.
dents. students. /

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WHY ME? The statue of Dr. E. G. Murphree,
former president of the University, is the victim of
many such childish pranks as this bottle scene. He
has never been totally free of such defacings as paint,
bottles, yo-yos and sundry other items. Who will free
him from this stand?

Docs Stirred
As Germs
Come to UF
Respiratory diseases were at
record-breaking level at UF last
month, according to Dr. Samuel
SL Wright, Director of the Infirm Infirmary.
ary. Infirmary.
We were carrying as heavy a
load as in an epidemic period,
Wright said, but things have
calmed down this month.
Exact figures arent compiled
yet, but we were carrying an
average of 300-400 patients daily.
More prescriptions were dispensed
last month than any in the last five
years.
A previous high was in the Asian
flu outbreak in the winter of 1958.
Wright explained there is usually
an upswing in Infirmary activity
at the beginning of each semester,
but the outbreak last month is un unexplained
explained unexplained pending further study of
data.
The upward trend is attributed
by Wright to the influx of new stu students
dents students bringing new germs with
them. The theory is supported by
data which shows following Christ Christmas
mas Christmas holidays when most students
go home, there is no big increase;
however, at the beginning of the
spring semester the activity lung lunges
es lunges upward again.
T h e Infirmary constantly
watches data, Wright said, and
is aided by other health officials
when the need arises.
We tracked last semesters
outbreak of hepatitus to an almost
certain source. This was a classic
example of single exposure that
could have happened anywhere
regardless of care taken in sani sanitation.
tation. sanitation.
The hepatitus was controlled
within three weeks.

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Athletic Council j
Okayed Budget,
Said Cherry
The legislative council contro controversy
versy controversy over fee allotments to the
intramural department was
called Monday a mistake be between
tween between activities by Spurgeon
Cherry, head of the department.
Several members of the Coun Council
cil Council protested the apportionment
of any funds to the department
because the budget was not pre presented.
sented. presented.
Cherry explained that intra intramurals
murals intramurals are connected with the
University Athletic Association
and any budget must go to the
Athletic Council.
After it (the Athletic Coun Council)
cil) Council) approved our estimates last
spring, we sent a copy to Har Harold
old Harold McCart, he said. McCart
was secretary-treasurer of stu student
dent student government.
He said the idea that intra intramurals
murals intramurals was a favored activity
with special privileges was false.
We have always submitted a
budget and when the Council
feels more explanation is needed
we have co-operated.
A four page itemized account
of all expenses was submitted to
the executive council in 1959.
Cherry explained that the Uni University
versity University intramural system is one
of the best and most active m
the country, and its records were
open to inspection at any time.
We do as much as any school
in the nation because we have
student leadership and a good
system. I want to keep it that
way.

CHEM GRADS
SEARCH FOR
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Mum corsages worn at foot football
ball football games in the next few years
may be bigger and prettier be because
cause because of research now being car carried
ried carried on in the UF Chemistry de department
partment department in Leigh Hall.
Graduate students, working in individually
dividually individually on basic research, may
come up with a plant growth re retarder
tarder retarder that will cause a larger
flower on the mums and less
greenery, according to Prof. N.
L. Smith.
By working on this basic re research
search research students can come up with
end products that can revolution revolutionize
ize revolutionize industry, said Smith.
This basic research is routine
work and results may not come
immediately, but something spec spectacular
tacular spectacular can and has come out of
it, said Smith.
One research worker came up
with tranquilizers that have now
been patented and are being sold
by the millions, said Smith.
Other areas of research in Leigh
Hall are revealing prospects for
a new fuel for jet-propelled planes.
The 2,500 students that study in
the chemistry labs work with col colorful
orful colorful and complex chemicals that
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Campus Political Chairmen
Express Thoughts, Thanks

(EDITOR'S NOTE: Fol Following
lowing Following up the national
elections the Alligator in interviewed
terviewed interviewed campus leaders
for the two presidential
candidates' campaigns on
campus. The following ora
.their statements and
views.)

By uEOKUE MOORE
Gator Staff Writer
Senator Kennedy's election as
president elect of the United
States has perhaps ended a great
deal of debate, but it has simul simultaneously
taneously simultaneously stimulated much thought
and speculation as to its indication
of coming trends.
Campus leaders participating in
candidate support programs have
reflected similar views on many
aspects of the election.
Johnson Thanks
Jon Johnson, campus chairman
for Students for Kennedy, first res responded
ponded responded by saying, I would like
to thank my chairmen, the Hon Honorary
orary Honorary Committee, the workers, and
all the many others who contribut contributed
ed contributed to Kennedys support/
Pointing out that 1944 marked
the last presidential election in
which Alachua County voted
Democratic, Johnson added, I fi figured
gured figured that it would be a close race
nationally, but I was somewhat
disappointed that the states show showing
ing showing of support for Kennedy.
Due To Leaders
This can probably be attri attributed
buted attributed to the somewhat delayed
and weak support of the states
Democratic leaders. Consequently,
when they did commit themselves,
Nixons endorsers had attained
far-reaching effects.
Farris Bryant, in endorsing
the party and not the platform,
apparently forfeited many votes of
ardent Kennedy supporters.
Florida is definitely not a two twoparty
party twoparty state as many people have
been led to believe. Petersens un unexpected
expected unexpected showing resulted from a
protest vote from those very
much in favor of Kennedy, he
said.
Pleased With Margin
Johnson was quite pleased with
Nixons relatively small county
margin, and he feels that his com committee
mittee committee may have been at least
partially responsible for its reduc reduction
tion reduction from years previous.
Charlie Wells, campus chairman
for the Students for Nixon, stated,
"I was very much pleased with
the enthusiasm shown for the Vice

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like all Democrats who decided
to vote for Nixon, I know that Flor Florida
ida Florida will have a prosperous future.
And Adds
Wells added, During the course
of the campaign, I had no doubt
of Senator Kennedys ability, but
I felt the nation would best be ser served
ved served by Vice President Nixon. I
feel it is now important for all of
us to get behind the new adminis administration
tration administration in order to serve the united
States and promote world peace.
Dave Levy, state campus coordi coordinator
nator coordinator of Students for Kennedy, ex expressed
pressed expressed pleasure in having been
associated with such a fine cam campaign.
paign. campaign.
Charley Wells and John Moore
111 he commended for running
such a high level promotion; he
added that he very much enjoyed
their competition.
Contrary Opinion
Contrary to Johnsons opin opinions,
ions, opinions, Levy stated, No party can
take this state for granted in the
future. Levy was quite confi confident
dent confident that Kennedy holds the sup support
port support of the majority of the UF stu students.
dents. students.
Levy related Floridas Kennedy-
Johnson campaign managers ap appreciation
preciation appreciation by quoting Senator Bud
Dickinson as follows: I would like
to personally extend my sincere
appreciation to the hundreds of
students who contributed to the
efforts of the Kennedy Johnson
campaign.
Joe Thomas, president of the
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The Florida Alligator, Friday, Nov. 11,1960

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Young Democratic Club, stated,
We were sorry that Florida was wasnt
nt wasnt in the winning column for Ken Kennedy,
nedy, Kennedy, but we were very proud of
the Alachua County turnout which
made us feel that our efforts in
trying to get out the vote were
worthwhile.
Another Item
Another interesting item was
the strong showing of the Republi Republican
can Republican gubematoral candidate, for it
signals the development of a
strong two-party state, in which
young, progressive leadership will
have great opportunities.
Kennedys victory is particular particularly
ly particularly significant to young Democrats
since it establishes a trend for a
new generation of leadership, he
commented.

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U. S. dietitians will play the
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agement management and prevention of heart
disease, a UF cardiologist said
recently.
Speaking to more than a hun hundred
dred hundred members of the Florida
Dietetic Association, Dr. Lamar
E. Crevassee, assistant profes professor
sor professor of medicine, told the group
most heart diseases may now
traced to the accumulation of
fat in the hearts blood vessels
and muscles atherosclerosis.
CtSbg diet as one of the pti-
controlling heart di disease,
sease, disease, Dr. Crevasse compared t e
rate of heart fatalities in the U.
S. with that of other countr.es.
In China, Korea, and other
nations where the chief diet con consists
sists consists of many grains, vegetables
and fish, he said, the evidence
of heart disease is very low.
On the other hand, in Finland,
where the primary diet consists
of fatty meats, dairy products
and other saturated fats, heart
disease is very common, even
among the twenty to thirty year yearold
old yearold portion of the population,
said Dr. Crevasse.
The Florida Dietetic Associa Association
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SOCIALLY SPEAKING

It's Partying for Greeks

By CAROL BULLER
Gator Society Editor
vi Socially speaking, Homecoming
will be seen partying, partying
and more partying.
- The Delts will inaugurate Home-
Coming activities by setting up
Chairs in front of their house and
patching the parade. Later that
-evening Delts will storm Florida
Field en masse for Growl, after
which they return to the shelter
for a dance party. Brother Delt
Duck' Smith will be featured.
Duck" will also be heard at the
Homecoming Ball Saturday night.
Buffet Lunch
Saturday will see the Delts star starting
ting starting off the day with a buffet
lunch, followed by the game and
then back to partake of Johnnies
-Bar-B-Q. That evening a dance
is on tap with the Corvettes from
Winter Haven. Delt weekend will
close Sunday with a special din dinner
ner dinner for Delts and their dates.
After Growl Pikes will have a
jecord party at the house which
4m temporarily hidden behind a
7Green Wave. The Pikes big
party will be tomorrow night when
'Gordon Henderson and the Blue
fleckers offer their brand of mu music.
sic. music.
Well Fed
- Kappa Sigs will be well fed
throughout the weekend with pre pre-came
-came pre-came and post-game dinners. John
]Lee Hooker, known for his Gar Gar-4>&ge
4>&ge Gar-4>&ge Can Blues and player of
American Folk Music, (rock and
#611), will entertain.
* TKEs will party informally af af-4er
4er af-4er growl Friday night and Satur Saturday
day Saturday night the theme will be The
lights and Sounds of Bourbon
JJtreet. The TKE Victory Bell
swill be in the parade as well as
the football field during the
iame.
* Homecoming for the Pi Lams
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their current hit Save the Last
Dance for Me.
Haunted Castle
A haunted castle will be the
Lambda Chi house Saturday night
with the Highwaymen providing
dance music. The gang will party
informally after Gator Growl Fri Friday
day Friday night and will meet for a buf buffet
fet buffet dinner after the game Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday.
SAEs will have cocktails and
dinner before going to Growl en
masse Friday night. The Play Playboys
boys Playboys will lead a jam session af afterwards
terwards afterwards at the house. More cock cocktails
tails cocktails and lunch will send the
SAE's and their dates off to the
game, which will be followed by
dinner and partying until 2.
Informal Coffee
An informal gathering at the
Crescendo Coffee House will open
the Chi Phis weekend. The cof coffee
fee coffee house has been reserved for
the brothers, pledges and their
dates. Saturday night Fat Daddy
Hill and his Roaring Houserock Houserockers
ers Houserockers will play to the theme of
Warm Pajamas with Fat Daddy
featured on his Crescendo-Spirit Crescendo-Spirited
ed Crescendo-Spirited drums.
Chi Phis will start welcoming
alumni at the house Friday night.
After watching their skit per perform
form perform in Growl Friday night the
AEPis will party to music play played
ed played by Terry and the Pirates. Sat Saturday
urday Saturday the Apes will have
brunch at the house and take in
the game, returning then to the
Bomb Shelter to have dinner
and enjoy a Mardi Gras party
with music by the Symphony Sev Seven.
en. Seven.
Beachcombing Twice
Delta Chis will hear the melo melodies
dies melodies of the original Beachcomb Beachcombers
ers Beachcombers both nights. Saturday night
everyone will dress as their secret
desire (no limitations!)
A pre-victory party will take

place at the Phi Ep house before
Growl Friday night with Bill By Byers
ers Byers and his band. Saturday night
Phi Eps will hear the Combo
Kings at an Oriental party they
will call Phi Ep House of tne
November Moon.
The Theta Chis will start off
the weekend with a party after
Gator Growl. Saturday will be a
busy day as they will have a cock cocktail
tail cocktail party after the game. A hobo
party after dinner with the Rhy Rhythm
thm Rhythm Rockers providing the
sounds will feture limbo contest
sounds will feature a limbo con contest
test contest and a costume prize.
Open House
The KDs will hold their annual
Homecoming Tea and Open House
honoring their parents after the
football game.
The Delta Sigs will hold a din dinner
ner dinner for brothers and their dates
before Gator Growl on Friday and
will hold an informal party after
the show.
On Saturday there will be a
buffet for Alumni and brothers
following the game. Bill Byers
will provide the music for a dance
which will be held from 9:00 to
1:00 that night.
Alpha Chi Omega will hold their
annual open house after the game
on Saturday for all parents, al alumnae,
umnae, alumnae, and friends.
2 Chapters
Not Floating,
Decorating
Visitors touring campus and
viewing the Friday afternoon pa parade
rade parade will miss house decorations
and floats this year by two UF
social fraternities.
In a departure from years past,
the Sigma Phi Epsilons and Sig Sigma
ma Sigma Chi's decided to concentrate
on hosting visiting alumni and
forego entries in the float and
house decorations contests.
Economic and time expendi expenditures
tures expenditures also entered into the pic picture.
ture. picture.
The Sig Eps felt float and house
decoration efforts were simply
not worth the money, according
to chapter Homecoming chair chairman
man chairman Wally Pope.

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IN THE DARK

Movies Turn From Frantic Puce
To More Mundane Stu ff: Death, Etc.

By BOBBIE FLEISCHMAN
Gator Staff Writer
Movies playing in Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville this week head away from
the frantic pace of Homecom Homecoming
ing Homecoming and back to such mundane
matters as erratic genuises,
Nazis, nudists, and death.
The Florida is now showing
a Disney duo.
Jungle Cat tells of the
courtship and family life ofi
some South American jaguars.
It shows how Pap protects the
brood from such enemies as a
boa constrictor.
Confused Hound
Sharing the bill is The
Hound Who Thought He Was a
Raccoon, which seems to be
self-explanatory.
Beginning Sunday, the Flor Florida
ida Florida will present Song Without
End. It is the story of the
great composer-playboy, Franz
Lizst.
Dirk Bogarde stars as the
brilliant but bothered virtuoso
who would have been fine if he
stayed with the Muses, but who
ran into trouble with arch archdukes,
dukes, archdukes, princes, and a variety
of mistresses.
Those with a yen for culture
will enjoy the works of such
musical greats as Chopin, Han-,
del, Bach, and Verdi. The au audience
dience audience even gets to meet
George Sand.
Sea Story Set
Under Ten Flags, begin beginning
ning beginning Wednesday at the Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, is' a World War II sea
story.
Van Heflin plays the skip skipper
per skipper of a Nazi mystery surface

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der under any handy flag. Hes not
as nasty as a Nazi worth his
swastika is supposed to be, but
is a lover of Mankind(?).
Wild Crew
While the British tear their
hair, Heflin and his crew ca cavort
vort cavort ever the seas with a cap captured
tured captured French entertainer (Zi (Zizi,
zi, (Zizi, no less), a Negro nun, and
a circus clown.
Charles Laughton, Mylene
Demongeot, and John Ericson
also star.
The State is currently show showing
ing showing The Day They Robbed
the Bank of England, which
gives detailed instructions for
anyone interested.
Patriot Robbed Bank
The bank was actually
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who wanted to finance a suc successful
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A Ido Ray, who plays Nor Norgate,
gate, Norgate, and Elizabeth Sellars,
as one of his, fellow mobsters,
spend most of their time in the
sewers of London.
On Sunday the State will
present two action pictures.
Chinese Slave Market
Walk Like a Dragon tell|
of the sale of Chinese girls at
the San Francisco slave mar market.
ket. market.
Gallant Jack Lord becomes
angry when he witnesses Nobu
McCarthy being sold to a group
of slave merchants and he de decides
cides decides to buy her himself and
to take her home to Mother
Josephine Hutchinson.

CENTER NEWS
Student Centers
Have Big Plans
For HC Events
By SUE ALLEN CAUTHEN
Gator Staff Writer
Prominent Homecoming plans
are those of the Methodist and
Presbyterian centers where Fri Fridays
days Fridays parade may be viewed from
comfortable vantage points.
BAPTIST STUDENT UNION:
Saturdays Homecoming Barbecue
i promises to be a terriffic starter
for the big weekend. Baptist stu students
dents students are preparing four-hundred
chickens for the occasion. Prices
are $1.25 dor students and $1.50
for other adults.
Coffee and donuts will be served
Sunday at 9 a.m. Bus transporta transportation
tion transportation will be available to
Gainesville Baptist churches. Stu Students
dents Students may gather again in the
center for fellowship after church
Sunday, at 8:30 P.M.
Campus Affairs Forum, Monday,
8:30 P.M., will discuss topic
Should We Have Delayed Rush?
Panel Chairman Bob Park and
other members Bill Hollingsworth,
Joe Ripley, and special guest, In Inter-fraternity
ter-fraternity Inter-fraternity Council President,
Stu Parsons will give their opin opin!
! opin! ions.
CATHOLIC STUDENT CENTER:
The Newman Club will have block
seating at the game Saturday. A
record hop is planned for post-
Growl with dree coffee served.
The Newman Club executives will
meet Sunday at 6:30 P.M. previ previous
ous previous to the general meeting at
7:30.
Father Gloeckler, a visiting
priest, will 3peak Monday at 7
p.m. on the subject, Church and
State.
EPISCOPAL STUDENT CEN CENTER:
TER: CENTER: Normal weekly worship ser services
vices services and classes will proceed.
LUTHERAN STUDENT CEN CENTER:
TER: CENTER: At Sundays 5:30 p.m. sup supper
per supper meeting, Lutherans will gath gather
er gather to discuss Your Roommates
Denomination. Panel members
are Reverend Lillycrop, from the
Episcopal Center, Reverend Jim
Stines, BSU, and Reverend Thax Thaxton
ton Thaxton Springfield, Methodist Stu Student
dent Student Center. After the initial dis discussion,
cussion, discussion, the floor will be open for
questions.
METHODIST STUDENT CEN CENTER:
TER: CENTER: Parking and seating facili facilities
ties facilities will provide an opportunity to
view the parade Friday, his serv service
ice service is provided for the public by
the Methodist students. Contribu Contributions
tions Contributions received will go to the
Thanksgiving Basket Project.
An Open House for returning
alumni, students, their parents,
are friends, will be held Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 9-11 a.m. An informal after aftergame
game aftergame party will begin Saturday,
at 8 p.m. Called "Buttons and
Bows, boys are asked to wear
the buttons, girls the bows.
Dr. W. B. Webb from the Psy Psychology
chology Psychology Department will speak
dining the Sunday Forum Hour
at 7 p.m. The speech will be pre preceded
ceded preceded by the usual supper.
PRESBYTERIAN STUDENT
CENTER: Chairs will be set up,
Cokes and cookies will go on sale
at the center Friday afternoon
when the Homecoming Parade be begins.
gins. begins. A seat may be purchased for
25 cents. Profits will go into the
Westminister Fellowship treasury.

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"Catch As Coed Can;"
k This The Sad Motto
Many Coeds Moan?

By MARY ANNE AWTREY
Gator Staff Writer
Catch as catch nan may well
be* the motto of some Florida
coeds, but they seom to be losing
opportunities to bag any bigger
game than goldfcish and turtles.
Some of the girls are too self selfconscious,
conscious, selfconscious, moan the boys, We
are not embarrassed to go out in
groups when we dont have a
date, why should they be?
CoeA* Dateless
According to Marcia Jones, a
coed with a plan to correct the
situation, hundreds of UF coeds
go dateless on weekends because
they have no means of meeting
male students.
UF Music Dept.
Goes Baroque;
Organs Featured
The University of Florida De Department
partment Department of Music will present a
concert of Baroque music at the
University Auditorium on Wed Wednesday,
nesday, Wednesday, November 16, at eight eightfifteen
fifteen eightfifteen p.m.
The program, presented by the
faculty and students of the Univer University
sity University will feature the organ music of
Jan Pietersoon Sweelinck and
Dietrich Buxtehude, as well as vo vocal
cal vocal selections from Claudio Mon Monteverdi,
teverdi, Monteverdi, Antonio Vivaldi and Ales*
andro Scarlatti.
The Baroque period in music be began
gan began about 1600, and culminated in
the music of J. S. Bach and G. F.
Handel. Baroque music is charac characterized
terized characterized by clarity, elegance and
expressiveness, with emphasis on
florid ornamentation and improvi improvisation.
sation. improvisation.
Immediately following the con concert
cert concert there will be a reception by
the Public Relations Committee of
the Florida Union Board for Stu Student
dent Student Activities honoring all new
members of the Department of
Music Faculty in Bryan Lounge.
Faculty Conceit Offers
Bass-Baritone Artist
Another of the Faculty Concert
Series will be presented by the De Department
partment Department of Music in the Univer University
sity University Auditorium, Tuesday, Novem November
ber November 22, at 8:15 p.m.
Guy B. Webb, bass baritone,
and Samuel Testers, accompanist,
will be the featured artists.
Other artists presented will be
Paul Bowles, Leonidas Sarakatsan Sarakatsannis,
nis, Sarakatsannis, John Work, and Aaron Cope Copeland.
land. Copeland. Members of the Mens Glee
Club will be ushers at the event.

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meeting society.
The meeting society woulc
differ from a dating society
that it would arrange informs:*
meetings between individuals ra
tfeer than blind dates.
We dont want to arrang:
dates, Miss Jones added, At
we want to do it make it easim
for UF men and coeds to meet
each other.
Pergon-To-Person
No one but the person one u|
to meet and the person who woulc
arrange the meeting would know.
Miss Jones stated.
Interested parties would be con
tacted by phone and told whei\
and when to meet each other, ac
cording to Miss Jones. Each party
would submit a brief on his back background,
ground, background, interests and height.
This way a five-foot guy would
not find himself looking up at
six-foot girl, commented Mel
Lamb, who has been working wiiu
Miss Jones on the project.
One-Hour Dates
Present plans call for coffee
dates which would be limited to
one hour and would thus bear no
obligations.
If you find that you dont click
after your meeting you needn
meet again, said Miss Jones.
But on the other hand you may
decide to date and who knows?
Lamb said that the need for
such a society was brought home
to him when some friends of hks
visited the campus from a North Northern
ern Northern school.
Told University Unfriendly
I asked them what they thought
of the University and they said
they liked it but they thought it
was cold and unfriendly, said
Lamb.
I dont think this is true, he
concluded. Our problem is that
we dont have enough opportuni opportunities
ties opportunities to meet others
It ha 3 been suggested by indi individuals
viduals individuals and groups that the Uni University
versity University needs more informal so social
cial social occasions, but past efforts n
this direction have proved unless
both sexes cooperate by showing
up, these socials are a flop.
Students Doubtful
Student opinion expressed in
letters to the editor and at th threcent
recent threcent Congress of United Inde Independents
pendents Independents street dance indicate
that dating bureaus and relying on
friends and roommates will nor
solve the dating problem-
Some students have daitf
a change of attitude is necessary
on the coed side, the boys ai
willing and eager to do their part.



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during the course of the season will get another stern
test against the Tulane Green Wave line anchored by

FRAN'S FEATURES

Belle Glade's Ken Norris
Is Tough Interior Lineman

By FRAN WARREN
Gator Sports Writer
The Gators have their own Chi Chinese
nese Chinese Bandit in Ken Norris, six
feet-two inch, 219 pound lineman
from Belle Glade, Florida.
Norris was shifted from right to
left guard when Larry Travis was
injured early in the season.
The big first stringer felt that
the Auburn game was a hard
fought, hard-to-lose game.
I think Auburn was the best
team weve played against this
year. Putnam certainly was
the best lineman Ive played
across, he said.
Ken thought that the mon monstrous
strous monstrous tackles of Auburn had
been over rated.
Out Played Them
We out played them and we

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should have won.
Not set back by the Auburn loss,
Norris came back strong and pre predicted
dicted predicted that the Gators would win
all the remaining games.
* Sure well win. Weve gotten
by our biggest and toughest op opponents.
ponents. opponents. After we win all the rest
of the games, then well go to a
Bowl Game, he forecasted.
Norris thought Coach Graves
was the key behind the 5-2 rec record.
ord. record. The offense Is wider and
theres more team spirit, he
pointed out.
Norris wasnt real discouraged
with the Auburn loss.
Well Be Up
We played them on equal
terms, all four quarters. This Tu Tulane
lane Tulane game will be a different
story. Well be up for that game,
just like all the others, he said.
Ken felt that Georgia Tech
game was the highlight game
of his football career.
You cant forget a game
that you win in the last second.
Norris is a senior, majoring in
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At Locol Lounge
Hershel Byrd, formerly a fea featured
tured featured tenor sax soloist with the
great Ray Anthony aggregation, is
currently appearing on Friday
and Saturday evenings with the
Carr-Tunes at the Pendulum
Lounge in the Tic-Toc Steak Steakhouse.
house. Steakhouse.
The Carr-Tunes have long been
local favorites and probably bring
more experience to this area than
any other group of equal size.
Each man in the group has the dis distinction
tinction distinction of having at some time
made Ms living as a professional
performer.
Enthusiastic audiences are laud lauding
ing lauding the versatility of the group.
Equipped by experience and tal talent
ent talent to play all types of popular
music including Latin, Progres Progressive,
sive, Progressive, Rock and Roll, and most
old favorites; the combo wel welcomes
comes welcomes requests from the audience.
Dancing begins at 9 P.M. and
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a pair of gifcat tackles* Bernard Darre and Joe Lesage
and guard Guz Gonzales.
The Unsung Seven (from left to right) Pat
Patchen, Ronnie Slack, Vic Miranda, Bob Wehking,
Ken Norris, Jim Beaver, and Nick Arfaras have

Accounting and plans to become
a Certified Public Accountant.
His wife, Sue and 3-year-old
son, Greg, are two of his most ad admiring
miring admiring fans.
A member of Sigma Phi Epsi Epsilon,
lon, Epsilon, Norris includes as his favor favorites
ites favorites adult movies and charcoaled
steaks. He dislikes hot weather,
T.V. westerns and Saturday night
football games.

Crown Race Narrows; 4
Teams In Hot Contention

By JACK HORAN
Gator Sports Writer
This could be the weekend which may decide the
championship of the Southeastern Conference.

Four teams are in solid conten contention
tion contention for the coveted crown: Mis Mississippi,
sissippi, Mississippi, whos currently lead leading;
ing; leading; Florida, Auburn; and Alaba Alabama.
ma. Alabama. All but Mississippi have drop dropped
ped dropped one league game.
In one of the nations top tilts,
the sixth-ranked Rebels clash with
once-humbled Tennessee in a
homecoming game at Knoxville.
The Vols could be Ole Miss high highest
est highest stumbling block in their race
for the national championship.
Shooting for a possible major
bowl bid and the conference title,
Floridas Gators host .Tulane*to
cap one of the best loopyeqord#
the Orange and Blue have experi experienced.
enced. experienced. : u r
Green Thom
The Greenies have a thorn to
stick in the side of the rampaging
Gators in halfback Tom Mason,
who averages 6.1 yards per carry.
Half of Floridas dynamic duo of
Don Goodman and Larry Liber Libertore
tore Libertore may be missing from the line lineup
up lineup when the homecoming fray be begins.
gins. begins. Tricky quarterback Liber Libertore
tore Libertore is still nursing a pulled ham hamstring.
string. hamstring.
A collosal battle may be loom looming
ing looming between Auburns hard-runn hard-running
ing hard-running Ed Dyas and Georgias crack
passer Francis Tarkenton when
Gator Gridders
High Statistically
Three Gator football players
found themselves standing high in
the Southeastern Conference indi individual
vidual individual statistics.
Quarterback Larry Libertore,
who runs like greased lightning,
hard charging fullback Don
Goodman, and Bobby Dodd Jr.
were included.
Libertore was second only to
Tulanes Tom Mason in the rush rushing
ing rushing category. The fleet sopho sophomore
more sophomore had netted 403 yards for a
4.0 per carry average. Libertore
was fifth in total offense.
Right behind Libertore in rush rushing
ing rushing was Goodman who had a 4.6
average, but only 343 total yards.
Seventh in loop passing was
Dodd who has completed 24 out
of 45 for 359 yards in the air.

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Soccer Club Set
For HC Action
The UF Soccer Club will
host the Rollins College Tars
Saturday morning at 10 in a
homecoming booting match on
Flemming Field.
The UF booters, under the dir direction
ection direction of Allan Moore, Asst.
Prof, in the department of re required
quired required physical education and
health, defeated Jacksonville
University 5-4 in an earlier
match. JU defeated Rollins 2-1
in another previous engagement.
Gdmes remaining on the sche schedule
dule schedule include one with the St.
Petersburg Soccer Club, which
consists of players from St.
Petersburg Junior College and
workers in the city recreation
department, and a return en engagement
gagement engagement with the strong Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville University club.

SEC ROUNDUP

their respective teams spar Satur Saturday
day Saturday at Auburn.
The versatile Dyas now claims
a national record with nine field
goals while Tarkenton leads the
conference in total offense with
1131 yards.
Make or break
Saturday should make or break
Alabama in their vie for confer conference
ence conference honors. Before tackling Au Auburn
burn Auburn next week, the Tide has to
contend with rugged Georgia Tech,
who knocked Tennessee from the
ranks of the undefeated last week weekend.
end. weekend.
The boys from Tuscaloosa
should have their hands full with
ace passer Stan Gann and swift
little Billy Williamson.
Once invincible Louisiana State
and luckless Mississippi State are
pitted together in a war of the
league pygmies. Neither schools
have won an SEC game this year.
In non-conference engagements,
Kentucky meets Xavier at Lexing Lexington,
ton, Lexington, and cellar dweller Vanderbilt
entertains William and Mary.

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Gator Bowl, Florida has virtual virtually
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that Dec. SI contest.
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Saturday and clearly trounce
Miami in their Nov. 26 at the
Orange Bowl, they stand a good
chance of having a bid extend extended
ed extended to them from that annual
classic.
Several other high flying
SEC teams are being scrutinized
for the post season tilts. These
include Mississippi, Alab am a,
Tennessee, and Georgia.
SEC STANDINGS
TEAM SEC
W L T
Mississippi 3 0 1
Florida 4 1 0
Auburn 4 10
Alabama 3 11
Georgia Tech 4 2 0
Tennessee 2 11
Georgia 3 2 0
Kentucky 2 4 0
Tulane 0 2 1
Mississippi St. 0 3 1
Louisiana St. 0 3 1
Vanderbilt 0 5 0
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done a tremendous job opening holes in opponents
lines to the tune of close to 200 yards per game.
This fierce blocking enabled the Gators to lead the
league in rushing yardage. Defensively, the line has
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rushing and chopping Auburn's yardage in half.
Patchen and Miranda have been particularly out outstanding
standing outstanding on defense as his been Wehking, probably
the most underrated center in the conference. Os the
seven, only Beaver, a junior, will return next fall.

UF Chess Club Scores Win

In addition to being team
champions the Orlando team
boasted of the current Florida in*
, dividual champion player, the
; west Florida champion, and the
former Georgia state champion.

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posed composed of Captain Tom Lucas, Kit
Critrevden, Nedy Blardy, and
Alan Himber, overcame this ad*
vantage in experience to win by a
score of 13-7.

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Page 18

Greek Competition Reviewed forUrads

By MIKE GORA
Gator Mural Editor
The infiltration of alums on the UF campus this
weekend provides the perfect time to re-cap the Intra Intramural
mural Intramural season, and to show the old grads how their fa-

vorites are doing.
The mural season started off
with a surprise when the Intra Intramural
mural Intramural Board, headed by Student
Director of Intramurals, Ken
Renner and faculty advisor Spur Spurgeon
geon Spurgeon Cherry, decided to move
Beta Theta Pi, Theta Chi, and
Phi Kappa Tau into the Orange
League in fraternity competition.
These three teams, in recent
years, have dominated play in
the Blue League. Last year the
Betas copped the Blue with
Theta Chi second. This switch
has been effective in tightening
competition in both leagues.
Water basketball, which is a
cross between water polo and
basketball was the first sport on
the Intramural schedule.
PDT Emerges j
In Orange League water bas basketball
ketball basketball Phi Delta Theta emerged
the victor for the second straight
year. The Phi Delts after defeat defeating
ing defeating a rugged Sigma Nu squad,
copped the trophy by clobbering
the-Lionmen of Sigma Alpha Ep Epsilon.
silon. Epsilon. All-campus team members
for PDT were Ed Seay and Frank
Adams.
The Blue League water-basket water-basketball
ball water-basketball trophy went to Pi Kappa
Phi. The Phi Kaps moved into
an early lead in the Blue by edg edging
ing edging Lamda Chi Alpha 14-12.
Switching to the distaff side of
the mural program, Alpha Epsi Epsilon
lon Epsilon Phi took sorority league hon honors
ors honors in the womens programs first
sport, volleyball.
The AEPhis swept through

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the double elimination tourney
without a defeat and stopped
Kappa Delta in the finals to
bring home the trophy and a
quick lead in the Sorority cir circuit.
cuit. circuit.
All mens leagues took part in
the three day track meet which
was the highlight of October.
Sigma Chi, led by two Broward
county track stars, Ken Krassy of
Ft. Lauderdale and Gene Francis
of South Broward won its second
consecutive track victory.
Two in a Row
Pi Kappa Phi made it two tro trophies
phies trophies in a row as Bob Riddell
picked up a major portion of
PKPs points by winning the 60
and hundred yard dashes and
helping the first place PKP re relay
lay relay squad.
Pi Kappa Phis track victory
gave them a commanding lead in
the Blue over second place Phi
Gamma Delta.
The Baptist Student Union
harriers led by Bill Bakers vic victories
tories victories in the 60 and 100-yard
dashes and 120-yard low hur hurdies
dies hurdies squeaked past Georgia
Seagle to win the track crown in
the Off-Campus League.
The Olympians, of the Inde Independent
pendent Independent league, outclassed its
nearest rivals, the Latin Ameri American
can American Club, to win its second
straight track trophy.
At present, flag-football season
is underway in the fraternity
leagues, and tennis holds the spot spotlight*
light* spotlight* in the Sorority League.

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Upsets Highlight Flag Football Play
In Orange, Blue Loop This Week

Upsets highlighted Orange Lea League
gue League flag football action this week.
Tau Epsilon Phi, led by center
Mike Grossman and defensive
standouts Ed Spivack and Ed Ro Robin,
bin, Robin, bounced back from Mondays
33-13 drubbing at the hands of
Sigma Nu, to defeat the favored
Kappa Sigs 19-13.
This win sends Kappa Sig, TEP,
and Sigma Nu, into a three way
play-off to decide the bracket win winner.
ner. winner.
The Kappa Sigs had previ previously
ously previously swamped the Snakes 31-6
while the other team in the
bracket, Alpha Tau Omega, was
winless.
Beta Theta Pi clinched a brac bracket
ket bracket championship Wednesday by

squeaking past a rugged Phi Kap Kappa
pa Kappa Tau aggregation 14-12.
In the same bracket Kappa Al Alpha
pha Alpha upset Sigma Alpha Epsilon
40-0 to eliminate the Lionmen.
Pi Lambda Phi also seemed
headed for a bracket win, having
chalked up two victories, including
a 40-0 triumph over Sigma Phi
Epsilon.
In the other bracket, Delta Tau
Delta leads the pack with wins ov over
er over Sigma Chi and Phi Delta Theta.
In last weeks B] ue League
competition, pi Kappa Phi and
Chi Phi garnered double victor victories.
ies. victories.
Pi Kappa Phi defeated Tau
Kappa Epsilon 18-6 and Lambda
Chi Alpha 13-0.
Ben Cheatem led the Chi Phis
to victories over Delta Sigma Phi
and Phi Epsilon Pi by scores of
33-0 and 32-0.
Phi Gamma Delta, a contender
for the Blue flag-football trophy,
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By MIX. BUCHALTER
Gator Prognosticator
Only three more names columns
to go and away to the wonderful
idea of seeing your name in print.
The Gators are rolling and so
are Julie and her book, Susan En Engle,
gle, Engle, Andrea, Gary P., Mike and
Claudia, Anita and Toby, Kay and
Mary, Shore and his brown hat,
Swamper and Linda, the Garb and
Sue Piffie, and Nancy and friend.
Now for the predictions:
Florida over Tulane . but it
will be close. Watch Dodds pass passing
ing passing and Maceths running. Also
watch the cheering of the Broward l
queens, notably Betty W., Susan
H., and all the St. Pete chicks;
Notre Dame over Miami .
special Irish upset for my lush-u|i
Irish friend Jackie.
Houston over FSU . Indians'
should be scalped in this one. P.S.
Ivan should be too.
Pitt over Army . The Pan Panthers
thers Panthers are prowling now and their
bite is tough.
Yale over Princeton ... We go
Ivy league this week like Joy
and Morris, Tommy and Karen,
Linda H., Bark and Berk, etc.
Ohio State over lowa ... A
mild upset with the Buckeyes
gaining momentum and the Hawk Hawkeyes
eyes Hawkeyes losing some following their
fierce struggle with Minnesota.
Colorado over Kansas . The
Buffs can pass and run and can
get the job done.
Minnesota over Purdue . The
real Tom Brown is making foot football
ball football fans forget the legendary one.
Perfessers daughters like Lucienne
and Lynn arent legendary though.
Oklahoma over Missouri . My
upset of the year, Bud Wilkensons
boys are due for one big one and
this could be it.
Georgia Tech over Alabama .
Its Grant Field in Atlanta and the
Ramblin Wreck is tough to check
here. Lynn Ginson and Barb Levy
are ramblers too.
Tennessee over Ole Miss .
For sentimental reasons only .
give em hell volunteers so thj
Gaturs can win this conferenc^tiH
Baylor over Southern Cal .JFM
The Bull has been partially
ced in the past two games
should be let out to pasture tIH
weekend. When he gets loose,
like Mickey Herrin and canue.
Its time (3 a.m.) now to fill up
two inches of copy so here are
some more dedications- To Hai Haiman
man Haiman and Eddie and the big switch,
to Bobby Goldberg who wants his
name here, to Norm Lipoff who
doesnt. To the honor system and
the library, to Dick Hebert and a
happy election day, to Roselyn
Abrams and her Lakeland man
wrecking crew, to ten girls in one
car on a dinner ride, to the DGs
and their house decorations, may
they get up in one piece, Mari Marilyn
lyn Marilyn and Greasy, to Dell and Fang,
to Goody and Carolyn, to all these
and many more.

SELECTOR'S CHOICE

By GEORGE SOLOMON
Guest Football Expert
To the surprise Os everyone,
Florida is a prime contended for
a Ynajor bowl bid. The Gators
have 'played exciting football all
year long and should give the
Homecoming Day crowd tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow a big thrill.
One thing is certain as the year
draws to a close . Ray Graves
should be the Southeastern Con Conference
ference Conference Coach of the Year.
THE PREDICTIONS: Florida
bver Tulane . Gators to win
Homecoming Game in
'tomorrow and should do it
ftpssibly three.
'a over Miami .
but the Hurricanes dont
yvin : .many big games. Notre
Dame by 20-14.
Houston over Florida State .
Seminoles will have trouble with
Houstons fast backs and may Jfft
beat- by two touchdowns. FSU
wdnt : be up for this one either, as
it put in a big effort against Mi Miami
ami Miami last week only to lose, 25-7.
Pittsburgh over Army ... In a
tough Eastern meeting, Pitt
should have too much power for
the Army to handle.
Yale over Princeton ... In the
battle of the brains, unbeaten
Yale to trounce the men of Prince Princeton.
ton. Princeton.
lowa*over Ohio State . This is
a tough;one to pick, but the home
field is an advantage. lowa didnt
do bad against Minnesota last
week, and should rebound and
wih by a touchdown.
Colorado over Kansas . This
is sort of an upset, but the Buffs
have a pretty fair club and may
get the breaks to win this one .
Close, though.
Minnesota over Purdue ... Go Gophers
phers Gophers are riding high and will be
too strong for Purdue. A Rose
Bowl bid awaits Minnesota if they
can win this one.
Iluuri over Oklahoma .
Ik will go to the Orange
H year and should be able
Oklahoma. These are
Bars for the Sooners, who
wouldnt give Mis-
Hecond thought.
|pa Tech over Alabama .
w Jackets blasted Tennes Tennessee
see Tennessee last week in Atlanta, and
have the home field advantage
again this week. Tech to win, 14-7.
Mississippi over Tennessee .
pick Ole Miss in this one,
but the Rebels are due to bust out
offensively. Tennessees Home Homecoming'
coming' Homecoming' wont be a happy one at
all: v |
Baylor over Southern Califor California
nia California . USC just doesnt have
the horses this year while Baylor
does. In a route, Baylor should
triumph.
It looks as if the Gators will go
to a bowl this year. Quite a trib tribute
ute tribute to the team and Ray Graves
and his coaching staff. The ex exthis
this exthis was a rebuilding
year Florida this Graves is
some construction man.
Frosh Look fro FSU
Floridas surprising freshman
football team is now working for
its important upcoming clash with
the Florida State frosh.
Coach. Deve Fullers outfit is
sport a perfect 4-0
W&i
& Standouts thus far for the Baby
Sfeto&thave been fullback Jim
and tackles Dalton Bray
Dent. End Russ Brown
last frosh outing with
a'cPuteh 29-yard field goal.

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Coaching Staff
Deserves Credit
By ROBERT GREEN
, Gator Sports Writer
If a Florida football fan was asked to name some reasons
why the Gators are enjoying such a fine season, he would
probably mention the fine coaching by Ray Graves, the
all out effort put forth by all the players, and the fine sup support
port support of the student body.
He would probably forget, however, another very im important
portant important reason for the fine showing; the Florida coaching
staff.
Hobe Hooser is the chief administrative assistant to
Athletic Director Graves, and as such, does much of the'
recruiting:
* On game days,'he is in charge of keeping track of Flor Florida
ida Florida substitutions to see that they are made according to the
current rules. He is a former coach at Lake City High.
Gene Ellenson (Georgia. 1943) is in charge of the def deffensive
fensive deffensive line which has done such a fine job this year.
He was particularly happy over the Gators win over
the Bulldogs last week, since he was an All SEC tackle
there in 1942.
Pepper Rodgers (Georgia Tech, 1954) is offensive back backfield
field backfield coach, the same job he held at the Air Force Academy
last season.
The former Tech quarterback and field goal kicker
(he beat the Gators with one in 1952) muy be one or the
reasons why Larry Libertore has done so well (his year.
John Mauer (Illinois, 1926) coaches the defensive ends
and linebackers. Mauer resigned as head baoketball coach
at Florida last year to devote full time to football.
He is a former teammate of the immortal Red Grange
and has coached many important sports figures including
Walter Alston.
John Donaldson (Georgia, 1949) was one of the Bulldogs
greatest defensive backs, and is noyv in charge of that posi position
tion position here.
Last year, his Wayne County High team won the Georgia
State Championship and he was elected the Georgia High
School Coach of the Year.
Jim Powell (Tennessee, 1949), now in charge of the of offensive
fensive offensive ends, was named to the 1948 All-SEC team at that
position. He holds many Volunteer records including most
touchdown passes caught in one game (3). 1
Dave Fuller (Wake Forest, 1940) hits a duel role in j
the UF Athletic Department. Right now hes busy as head
freshman football coach. In the spring, he Is coach of the
always strong Gator baseball team.
TTie offensive line coach is Jack Green (Army, 1916).
The main job of the former West Point line great is to teach
his linemen to pen holes for the backficld men. The Gator's
81 first downs and 12 touchdowns made rushing testify to
his success.
John Eibner (Kentucky, 1941) is in the unfortunate posi posii
i posii tion of hardly ever seeing a Florida game. He's the Gators
chief scout and spends all his time watching future oppon opponents.
ents. opponents. Few, if any, foes have caught the Gators unaware this
year.
Eibner stands out as a two time All-SEC choice. He
i made the dream squad in both 1939 and 1940 at tackle.
Earl Scarborough (Florida, 1948) is a general assistant
who spends most of his time with the B squad, developing
future players. The former three letter man also does re recruiting
cruiting recruiting in the Jacksonville area, where he was a .star high
player and coach.
A former Gator star Is now an assistant coach here.
Jimmy Dunn, 59, has entered the coaching ranks and
helps Coach Eibner with scouting.
Dunn is remembered as the 142 pound quarterback who
j ran, passed and directed many important victories for Flor Flor'
' Flor' ida during his three years as first string signal caller.
These then, are the unuung heroes of the Orange and
Blues winning season. The coaching staff can well be j roud
of the teams fine showing, but a large share of the credit
should also go to the fine efforts made by the Florida coach coaching
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FLORIDAS GATORS I TULANES GREENIES
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Ronnie Slaek 220 6-2 LT 6-3 225 Joe LaSage
Vic Miranda 215 6-0 LG 6-2 205 Dave Michiels
Bob Wehking 226 6-4 C 6-1 210 Larry Thompson
Ken Norris 215 6-0 RG 5-10 205 Gus Gonzalse
Jim Beaver 215 6-1 RT' 6-4 235 Bernard Darre
Nick Arfaras 200 6-2 RE 6-3 195 Sid McLean
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I Don Deal 176 5-9 LH 6-0 190 Tom Mason
Bob Hoover 196 6-1 RH 5-10 177 Terry Terrebonne
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Basketballers Work Hard;
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With less than a month remain remaining
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man Norman Sloans improving Gator bas basketballers
ketballers basketballers are working hard to
perfect their fast break system.
Guard Lou Merchant and cap captain
tain captain Bobby Shiver have impress impressed
ed impressed in the early season workouts
and could lead the Gator quintet to
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Other looking good thus far
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their opener with Manatee Junior
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Eddie Clark from Bartlesville,
Oklahoma, and non scholarship
prospect Jerry Wilson have look looked
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The frosh have been hamper hampered
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ton. Morton. 6-4 Taylor Stokes and 6-3 Dick
Reedy have also shown up well.
Pairings Set
Pairings have been made for
the Gator Bowl basketball tour tournament
nament tournament and Sloans charges will
face the Jacksonville University
Dolphins of Dick Kendell.
The winner of the game will play
Navy who drew a bye.
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Gators Marched Through 'Jawga';
Led by Gens. Dodd And Goodman

By ROBERT GREEN
Gator Sports Writer
The Florida Gators marched
through Georgia in much the
same manner as General Sherman
did and withstood a late Bulldog
rally to triumph 22-14 in their tradi traditional
tional traditional game in Jacksonville last
Saturday.
The largest crowd in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville football history, 48,622, saw
Coach Ray Graves Gators keep
their hopes for a SEC champion championship
ship championship and a major bowl bid alive
with the win.
Florida now has a 4-1 conference
mark with only Tulane left on their
loop schedule. They have a 6-2
mark over-all.
Don Goodman led the Orange
and Blue to the victory with two
touchdowns and 86 yards gained
rushing in 21 carries. He won the
award for the most valuable play player
er player of the game;
Goodman sparked the Gators on
their first TD drive as he carried
on 11 of the 15 plays needed, div diving
ing diving over from the one yard line.
Goodman also ended the second
march with a one yard plunge af after
ter after Georgia fumbled the kickoff.
Larry Travis recovered on the
Bulldog 28 yard line.
I Bobby Dodd, Jr., took over for
fthfe injured Larry Libertore in the
iSond half, and the result was
fenother Gator score. Dodd started
tie 62 yard series with a H yard
ffesh and ended it with a drive
from the one yard line.
He then ran for the two extra
points to make the score 22-0. Bil Billy
ly Billy Cash kicked the first two con conversions.
versions. conversions.
All-SEC Quarterback Francis
Tarkenton gave UF fans a bad
case of jitters as he led the re-'
juvenated Bulldogs to two touch touchdowns
downs touchdowns in the final period.
Scribes Honor
Fullback, Guard
Florida Fullback Don Good Goodman
man Goodman and guard Vic Miranda were
honored by state and UPI sports sportswriters
writers sportswriters for their outstanding ef efforts
forts efforts in the Gators 22-14 triumph
over Georgia last Saturday.
Goodman, named state back of
the week, constantly bulled his
way through the Bulldog defense,
carrying the ball 21 times for 86
yards.
The junior from Miami launched
the fierce Gator attack when he
scored the first two touchdowns
of the game.
SEC and state lineman of the
week went to Miranda for his ag aggressive
gressive aggressive and alert defensive play
in the tussle. He was credited with
wrecking several Georgia pass!
plays.

Tarkenton scored the first TD
himself, after his passes had put
the ball on the UF four. A Galor
fumbled led to the second six sixpointer
pointer sixpointer with Pensacolas Bill Jack Jackson
son Jackson passing to Bobby Walden for
26 yards and the score.
The Dogs came back again to
drive down to the UF 30 in the last
minute of play, before the Gator
defense rose up to stop them.
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Whiz Kids Challenged,

But Rewards Are High

(cont. from PG. 2)
But before the Gators can turn
their thoughts to New Years Day
they must first concentrate on the
business at hand, that of contain containing
ing containing Greenie great Tommy Ma Mason.
son. Mason.
Mason, a 190-pound streak of
lightning from his left half spot,
has scored six touchdowns in his
last two ball games. This in it itself
self itself presents a worthy challenge
to the bullish Gator line.
But Mason is not the only TD
builder in the onrushing Wave
contingion, Quarterback Phil Nu Nugent
gent Nugent is a skilled runner and pass passer
er passer and half back Terry Terrebone
is a junior marked for future
greatness.
Soph signal caller Ted Miller
is also a punt return man of note,
going 80-yards for a score with
one to inscribe his name in the
Wave record books. He also
should provide a challenge to the
brilliant punt coverage game of
the Gators which is unequaled in
the Southeastern Conference.
And the Gators may be without
the services of the lil magician,
Larry Libertore, for the key con conference

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limping on a pulled hamstring
muscle. If hes not able for full
time duty, Bobby Dodd Jr., and
Tom Batten will alternate at the
quarterback spot.
Look for the Gators to fill the
air with passes in an attempt to
score early and often. Texas Tech
turned the trick three times last
week in a convincing 35-21 upset
win.
The return of the halfbacks
Bruce Starting and Lindy Infanta
is a definite boon to the UF
short passing game, a weapon
as yet still untested by Gator
foes.
Ipfante, one of the leading re receivers,
ceivers, receivers, and Starling, a potential potentially
ly potentially great pass catcher, lend needed
strength to offensive threats Don
Deal and Bob (the mover) Hoo Hoover.
ver. Hoover.
Add the return of captain Bill
Hood to alleviate the double duty
imposed on big Bob Wehking and
the Gators are at near full strength
for the first time in five games.
Can they rise to the occasion
again before the dads and grads
of the UF?

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Can Gator Whiz Kids Do It Again?
S£C Crown, Bowl Bid at Stake

By BILL BUCHOLTER
Alligator Sports Editor
Can Floridas whiz kid Gators do it again ?
Some 45,000 partisan Homecoming rooters
will be asking themselves that question when
Ray Graves' hustling 1960 edition of the Flor Florida
ida Florida football story takes the field Saturday
against Tulane.
Rewards Result?
And the results of Saturday* grid warfare
could achieve some unprecedented rewards.
Results No. 1 could be the Southeastern
Conference championship, something that has
evaded Gator gridders since their entry into the
powerful league.
However this depends upon a number of
very possible IFs.

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Stu Smith graduated from Southern Cal
'with a powerful yen for excitement. His kind of
excitementEngineering.
He got what he bargained for (and a little
more) when he joined Pacific Telephone. One of
Stu's early assignments was to find out how
existing Long Distance networks could be used
to pipeline high speed conversations" between
computers in distant cities.
The fact that he did a fine job did not go
unnoticed.
Today, four years after starting his tele telephone
phone telephone career, Senior Engineer Stuart Smith
heads a staff of people responsible for telegraph
and data transmission engineering in the huge

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IF Tennessee defeats Ole Miss at home homecoming
coming homecoming in Knoxville and IF the Gators defeat
Tulane, the charges of Graves could do no
worse than a tie with the Auburn Tigers.
And finally, IF Bear Bryants potent Ala Alabama
bama Alabama spoilers defeat Shug Jordans hungry
Tigers, the Gators will be home free.
Bowlin* Time?
Results No. 2 sound more like a casual after
dinner chat.
A win over the Greenies would confirm the
statement all Florida fans are waiting for for
for Lets go Bowling.
And this combination could give the Gators
a happy choice for a Holiday location.
(Continued On Sports Page, Section B)

Los Angeles area. As a pioneer in this new data
transmission field Stu predicts data processing
machines will some day do more Long Distance
talking" than people.
Stu contacted 12 other companies before join joining
ing joining Pacific Telephone. 1 dont think theres any
limit to where a man can go in the telephone
business today. Os course, this isnt the place for
a guy looking for a soft touch. A man gets all the
opportunity he can handle right from the start.
He's limited only by how well and how fast he
can cut it."
If Stu*s talking about the kind of opportunity
youre looking for, just visit your Placement Office
for Ut&ature and additional information.

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Tours on Tap
So OI # Grads
Can View UF
Available to those alumni so long
ago departed that a campus tour
might prove enlightening is Just
that a campus tour in cars
provided by members of Alpha Ze Zeta,
ta, Zeta, agriculture fraternity.
Embarking at the information
booth at the main University en entrance,
trance, entrance, the tours will be avalable
on Friday from 4-6 p.m. and on
Saturday from 8:30 a.m. 12:30
p.m. during the Alumni Reunion.
Part Os parking Area one will be
roped off so that alumni may park
their cars during the tours.
Also available is taxi service
whereby alumni may be transport transported
ed transported to a particular location, trans transact
act transact business, and travel elsewhere
with his waiting bar and driver.
'Know Brands'
Citrus Club Asks
The Citrus Club will present a
display of 70 varieties cf
oranges, 9-12 a.m. Sat urd a y
morning, on the south side of
McCarty Hall.
Know Your Brands is the
theme of the clubs 12th annual
presentation which includes re representative
presentative representative samples of Florida
fresh and processed fruit.



State VlPs
See Holds
Un-Barred
Politicos Ribbed
In JMBA Skits
Governor-elect Farris Bryant
will be among the estimated 2,-
000 spectators at the annual Law
School no-holds-barred skits Sat Saturday
urday Saturday at 10:30 a.m.
One of the most popular fea features
tures features of the annual Homecoming
celebration according to HC Direc Director
tor Director Jon Moyle, the skits are acid
parodies of the state and, for the
first time, national political situa situations.
tions. situations.
Grew And Grew
Originally ad lib entertainment
for returning Law School alumni,
the skits, presented by the John
Marshall Bar Association, have
developed over the years into a
planned program under the direc direction
tion direction of co-chairmen appointed
several months ahead of time. The
eight skits this year were wri*-
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ten, produced, and directed by
senior law students W. D. Fred Frederick
erick Frederick and Arnold Greenfield.
The skits are designed to be
amusing on several levels, Fred Frederick
erick Frederick said. To those who un unfamiliar
familiar unfamiliar with the subtleties of
Florida politics, they make obvi obvious
ous obvious the inconsistencies and illo illogic
gic illogic of the situations; and to those
who are familiar, the nuisances
I are even more amusing.
The skits have in the past shown
| acute analysis of the state politi political
cal political scene, according to College of
Law Dean Frank Maloney.
Dungsmoke, a skit in last
year's Homecoming program, fea featured
tured featured a gunbattle between Pile Pilea-dung
a-dung Pilea-dung Bryant and Marshall
Mat Carleton over moderation in
injun fightin. in which Pile Pilea-dung
a-dung Pilea-dung wona fiull eight months
before the May primaries in whicn
Bryant emerged as the Democratic
governor-nominee. The prospective
candidates in the gubernatorial
race were also accurately forecast.
The skits are entirely uncen uncensored
sored uncensored no holds barred, Fred
erick said. And, of course, prac practically
tically practically all the significant state of officials
ficials officials will be there. Seats are
already reserved for the members
of the Cabinet, the State Supreme
Court, Senators Smathers and Hol Holland,
land, Holland, and the Governor and Gov Governor-elect.
ernor-elect. Governor-elect.

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courtesy of the Sigma Nu fraternity. As one of th
five finalists in Growl skit tryouts last week, th
Snakes* presentation promises to shed an awful lot of
light, doubtful though it may be, on a passage of his history
tory history n> obscure that probably a lot of folks never
heard of it. Well, its all in fun anyway. Rounding out
the lineup of skits are those by Beta Theta Pi and Al Alpha
pha Alpha Epsilon Phi fraternities and Kappa Delta and
Alpha Epsilon Phi sororities.
Pre-Growl Score Includes
Songs, Pep, Bonds Aplenty

Pre-Growl, the prelude to the
greatest of all Gator fests, will
roll into action at 6:30 tonight to
he music of seven high school
bands and the Fightin Gator
band.
The Billy Mitchell and Gator
Guard drill teams will add their
precise skills to the show which
will also include the vocal talents
:>f the UF students and the Sing Singing
ing Singing Sweethearts.
Songs Aplenty
Bonnie Burke will fill Florida
Tield with the lyrics of Give Me
he Simple Life and Blues in
he Night. Never Let Me Go
and Letter to An Angel will be
by August Chase.
The Singing Sweethearts, a
-roup of singing Florida sweeties,
will follow.
Mrs. University of Florida,,
Jacqueline Orlandowill be pre presented
sented presented to the audience, and the
winers of the 1960 Homecoming
parade will be anounced if their
selection has been made before
Pre-Growl terminates.
Pep Aplenty
Ending Pre-Growl will be a
pep rally with the UF cheerlead cheerleaders
ers cheerleaders taking to the sod of Florida

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Ray Graves and his Fightin' Ga Gators
tors Gators who will face the Green
Wave of Tulane Saturday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon.
The raJly will also signal two
innovations: the unveiling of the
newly restored UF Victory Bell
which once hung aboard the bat battleship,
tleship, battleship, U. S. S. Florida; and the
debut of a biquitous costumed
creature bearing strong resem resemblance
blance resemblance to Albert Alligator himself.
The entire Pre-Growl program
will be narrated by WRUF an announcer
nouncer announcer Jim Kerlin.
Bands Aplenty
High school bands which are
slated to perform include those of
Branford High, Lyman High
(Longwood), Dixie County High
(Cross City), Clay County High
(Green Cove Springs), Lake Pla Placid
cid Placid High, Riviera Beach High
and New Stanton High (Jackson (Jacksonville).
ville). (Jacksonville).
Pre-Growl began several years
ago when thousands of spectators
began arriving early to be assur assured
ed assured of seats for Gator Growl.

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By KIRK CALLAHAN
Gator Cditoriil Assistant
Gator Growl, Iths greatest of
all Gator fests, will highlight
Homecoming 1960 tonight when
the all-student extravagant* is
viewed by an expected 40,000.
For the second year, Growl
will be televised. Channel Five
(WUFT) of Gainesville and Chan Channel
nel Channel Seven (WJCTj of Jacksonville
will carry the show into living
rooms throughout 14 Florida
counties.
Keyed round a quintet of six sixminute-long
minute-long sixminute-long fraternity and soror sorority
ity sorority skits, Growl also feature
the presentation of the 1960 Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming Sweetheart, a variety of
group acts, and a fireworks dis display.
play. display.
Emceeing this year's spectacle
will be Congressman D. R. (Billy )
Matthews of Gainesville.
A distinguished University es
Florida alumnus, Mathews Is the
only student In the school's his history
tory history to have held the four top
leadership positions la the stu student
dent student bodystudent body presi president,
dent, president, student body vice presi president,
dent, president, Honor Court ehnncellor
and president of Florida Blue
Key.
The skits slated for tonight
are: Rip Van Gator, Bets
Theta Pi; Honliecoming 1860,
Best in Dixie, of Why Bherman
Didnt March Through Gaines Gainesvilla,**
villa,** Gainesvilla,** Sigma N!u; A Lesser
Known Tale of Uncle Remus,
AEPi; Wish Upon a Genie, Kap Kappa
pa Kappa Delta; and Rabid Reactor
Radiates Reactionary Reaction
or Operation Mutation. AEPhi.
Precision baton
displayed by the Wilton Manors
Preciaionettes, a Fort Lauder Lauderdale
dale Lauderdale high school group.
Varied musical groups will
entertain with cl nice selections
ranging from rojek and roll to
Latin American strains. The
vocal talents of Ijhe Men's and
Women's glee rinhopled
with the Gator hand and oth other
er other UF students Vill add to the
musical portion of Growl.
The 1960 Homecoming Sweet Sweetheart
heart Sweetheart and her will be
presented to the spectators, add adding
ing adding a touch of regalia.
Fireworks Conclude
A fireworks display, preceded
by the presentation of awards for
the winning Growl skits, will
terminate the 1960 version of Ga Gator
tor Gator Growl.
Preparations fpr this years
Growl were begun last June and
since that time Growl Director
Bill Crickenbergef, Arts and Sci Science
ence Science senior of Wfst Palm Beach,
and his staff have been laboring
day and night to) produce the
all-student extravaganza.
The success of Growl has
been mainly because of the de dedicated
dicated dedicated efforts of my assistants
John Trekell. assistant director;
Marion Robuck, executive secre secretary;
tary; secretary; and Ken Kennedy, produc production
tion production coordinator and the other
members of my staff, Cricken Crickenberger
berger Crickenberger said.



Sweetie,
Two Bands
At H( Ball
Upstairs, downstairs, all around
the Hub will come music for the
crowds at the 1960 Homecoming
Ball, Saturday, 8:30-12:30 p.m., as
two bands provide the sounds for
listening and dancing.
With the Continentals on the top
deck playing for dancing and
the Quintonee down below for
just listening or downing re refreshments,
freshments, refreshments, the high point of the
evening will come with the pre presentation
sentation presentation of this years Homecom Homecoming
ing Homecoming Sweetheart and her court.
A switch from previous years
when one big-name orchestra us usually
ually usually provided the music, the cur current
rent current two-band plan evolved, ac according
cording according to A. J. Ivie, Ball chair chairman,
man, chairman, because, the sponsorsthe
Mens Presidents Council decided
it was the best way to lower the
price.
Tickets, incidentally, are $2 per
couple and' may be purchased at
the information booth across from
the Hub- Refreshments will be
available at the downstairs founda foundation.
tion. foundation.
The Council succeeded to the
sponsorship of the Ball recently
when Cavaliers and Cavalettes,
original sponsors, reported they
would be unable to present the
event.

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An estimated 60,000 spectators
will line Gainesvilles University
Avenue in hopes of viewing one of
the longest or two of the short shortest
est shortest Homecoming parades in the
UFs history.
Ringing fear in the hearts Os a
very few will be the only uncer uncertain
tain uncertain element the 3:30 north northbound
bound northbound choo-choo, seldom noted for
delay.
Train Trouble* LaGrone
Parade chairman, Tom La-
Grone, will be anxiously awaiting
the two hour parades 3:30 ter termination
mination termination before the intruding men menace
ace menace makes its appearance in cros crossing
sing crossing Northwest Sixth Street.
Leading the parade will be the
Homecoming Sweetheart float.
Following will be bands, high
school marching units, the two
ROTC drill teams, floats, cars
containing the HG honored guests
and Shrine marching and novelty
unite. |

Among the 40 political, alumni,
and student dignitaries riding in
the parade as honored guests of
Florida Blue Key will be U. S.
Senators, George Smathers and
Spessard Holland: Governor-elect.
Farris Bryant; members of Flor Floridas
idas Floridas Congressional delegation;
Florida Blue Key president, Nor Norman
man Norman Lipoff ; and Student Body pre president,
sident, president, Bob Park.
Reserved Faculty Section
To assure the faculty and admin administration
istration administration of being able to view the
parade, an area along University
Avenue east of Matherly Hall has
been reserved for them and their
families.
Classes will be suspended at
12:30 p.m. today to allow for an
hours preparation before the pa parade
rade parade begins at 1:30 p.m. when the

Unparalleled Opportunity
An 'Unparalleled Opportun

UFs Progress and Problems
are highlighted in the current Life
and Learning display in the Flor Florida
ida Florida Union.
Each college and school of the
University will present an exhibit
emphasizing the problems in faces
and the progress made in over overcoming
coming overcoming them.
Most Significant
We feel that this exhibit is pro probably
bably probably one of the most significant
features of Homecoming, Jon
Moyle, HC General Director, said.
We are trying to make an im impact
pact impact on the influential people of
our state by painting a picture of
the true educational progress, yet
not too rosy a picture, for we know
that many problems areas still
exist, Life and Learning Chair Chairman
man Chairman Mike Crews said.
The display, inaugerated two
years ago, is designed to unite the
individual college exhibits in one
central area so that a more com comprehensive
prehensive comprehensive picture will be readily
available to alumni and students
who, in past years, were only
aware of their own colleges acti activities

units leave the marshalling area
on the ROTC drill field.
Proceeding east on Univer s i t y
Avenue to Main Street in down downtown
town downtown Gainesville, the parade will
traditionally turn north and dis disperse.
perse. disperse.
First, second, and third place
float competition winners will be
awarded trophies in each of the
four categories: Blue league,
Orange league, sororities, and oth other
er other UF Student organizations.
Judging the parade will* be Dean
of Women, Marna Brady; for former
mer former alumni loyalty fund chair chairman,
man, chairman, Robert C. Beaty; and News
Bureau Director, Allen Skaggs, Jr.
Cost Unimportant
In an effort to de-emphasize
costly spectaculars, the units in
competition will be judged in the

vities activities and developments.
This is an unparalleled oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity for students to see and show
the real UF to the state, Crews
added.
Science.Seminor
Open to Scholars
'During Winter'
A winter short course for the
study oft electronic motion, avail available
able available to graduate students and
scientists, has recently been an announced
nounced announced by the University.
Under the direction of Dr. Per
Olov Lawdin, internationally
known Swedish chemist serving as
director of the Universitys Quan Quantum
tum Quantum Theory Project, the winter
institute in quantum chemistry
and solid-state physics will take
place on the campus, Dec., 12-30.
A second and more advanced
symposium will follow the De December
cember December institute, scheduled for
Jan., 2-13, 1961, at Sanibel Island.
Applications to attend a speci specific
fic specific course should reach the Direc Director,
tor, Director, Winter Institute, Quantum
Theory Project, Department of
Physics, University of Florida,
Gainesville, no later than Nov.
26.

bases of ingenuity, originality and
crowd responses.
LaGrone announced details of the
five points the judges will grade
floats on: movement The im impression
pression impression of movement and action
accomplished by mechanization,
people on or near the float, or by
runners and streamers on the
float.
2. OriginalityNovelty, original originality
ity originality and ingenuity of theme, presen presentation,
tation, presentation, construction techniques or
other facets of the float and
3. Audience Reaction lnterest

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Homecoming Sweetheart, 1960, is
lovely Libby Raker, freshman Alpha
Chi Omega from Lockbourne, Ohio.
Flanking the new sweetheart are the
runners-up, Anne Sisler, left, junior
Zeta Tau Alpha from Winter Park, and
Judy Lynn Prince, another freshman
Alpha Chi, from Land OLakes. Se Selected
lected Selected from among 29 contestants, Miss

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and amusement shown by the au audience
dience audience are other criteria.
HC Spirit Vital
4. Presentation The effective effectiveness
ness effectiveness with which the float's theme
is carried out; its success in trans transmitting
mitting transmitting its message to the viewer;
and the polish shown in the con construction
struction construction and presentation of the
float will be judged.
Appropriateness The timeli timeliness,
ness, timeliness, relation to the spirit of
Homecoming, and appeal to alum alumni
ni alumni and students of the float and its
slogan is the final qualifications.

v V .Is

THE BAKER TAKES THE SAKE

Baker will serve as official hostess of
the University for the Homecoming
Weekend festivities. She and her court
will be officially presented tonight in
special ceremonies during Gator Growl.
Miss Baker was sponsored by Alpha
Gamma Rho fraternity. Miss Sisler by
her sorority, ZTA, and Miss Prince by
Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity.

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Dr. Reitz To Welti
Smothers To Keynote
At Alumni Convention
Politics, progress, and a scholarship prize will highlight the UFa
Alumni Convention.
The gathering, patterned after a political viominating convention,
will feature addresses by UF President J. Wayna Reitz. United States
Senator George Smathers, and Jimmy Kynes, president of the Alumni
Association. United States Congressman Syd Herlong will act as
chairman.

A high point of the convention
will be the awarding of a scholar scholarship
ship scholarship to the college having the lar largest
gest largest comparative number of alum alumni
ni alumni present. The scholarship,
amounting to SIOO, is being do donated
nated donated by the Office of Alumni Af Affairs.
fairs. Affairs.
Registration of Alumni is sche scheduled
duled scheduled to begin at 8:30 a.m. Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, in the plaza of the Am Americas.
ericas. Americas. Every college will have
an individual booth, with the ex exceptions
ceptions exceptions of the Colleges of Nurs Nursing,
ing, Nursing, Pharmacy, Medicine, and
Health, which will be grouped as
a single unit.
Registration Only List
The registration will be the only

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tendance, attendance, and will be the basis for
the awarding of ihe scholarship.
Representative Herlong will open
the convention al 9:45, with the
introduction of Dr Reitz, who will
welcome the groyp.
Dr. Reitz will be followed by
Senator Smathersj, who has tho
role of keynote speaker.
Herlong Presides
Chairman Herlong will then pre preside
side preside over a roll-caill of the colleges,
with the deans of the various di divisions
visions divisions acting as dele gat io n
chairmen.
The attendance, or voting pow power,
er, power, of each college will be record recorded,
ed, recorded, and will then be subjected to a
specially devised formula. The
resulting figure* wiH be used to
determine which college is to re receive
ceive receive the scholarship.
Following the presentation of
the scholarship, the delegates**
will take part tin a post-conven post-convention
tion post-convention coffee and doughnut hour.
The newly announced 1960
Homecoming Queen and her two
princesses will be the official
hostesses.
Entertainment for the affair will
be furnished by liie Singing Sweet Sweethearts
hearts Sweethearts and by representatives of
the Gator Band.
Tri-Bponored Reunion
Florida Blue is sponsoring
the reunion in cooperation with the
colleges, the Wcjmen Students As Association,
sociation, Association, and the Office of Alumni
Affairs.
The combination reunion-conven reunion-convention
tion reunion-convention replaces informal get
togethers' which have been held
in previous years.
To Reneiv Contacts
According to Alumni Committe#
Chairman Joe McDermott, the
purpose of the meeting is to bring
together all the Homecoming par participants
ticipants participants in away that was not
formerly possible.
He urges all alumni to attend
the convention in order to re renew
new renew contact alith their home**
colleges and ts boost their col colleges*
leges* colleges* chance io win the scholar scholarship.
ship. scholarship.
McDermott sayw, We expect ths
convention to be a tremendous suc success
cess success because of the interest ex expressed
pressed expressed by all the co-operating
schools and because of the time timeliness
liness timeliness Os the quasi political
theme.

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Blue Key Banquet Honors Faculty;
O'Connell Will Present Awards

Florida Blue Key, sponsoring
>rganization for Homecoming
jince the year after its founding,
vill honor its active and alumni
members at a banquet in the Flor Florida
ida Florida Gymnasium at 5 p.m. Friday.
statatherg I£ey Speaker
Traditionally the gathering place
for Florida political leaders, the
banquet's principal speaker will
be U. S. Senator George A. Smath Smathers,
ers, Smathers, the Southern campaign man manager
ager manager for the Democratic president presidential
ial presidential ticket.
Prominent West Palm Beach
Attorney Phillip D. OConnell will
introduce Smathers and serve as
toastmaster for the affair.
Bryant To Attend
Also scheduled to attend the ban banquet
quet banquet are Governor-elect Farris
Bryant, UF President Dr. J.
Wayne Reitz, Head Football Coach
and Athletic Director Ray Graves,
and many state political, commer commercial,
cial, commercial, agricultural, and financial
leaders.
Five UF faculty members will
receive special recognition at the
banquet. These faculty members
will be cited for academic excel excellence
lence excellence and significant contributions

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resulting in distinction to them themselves,
selves, themselves, the UF, and mankind.
Dr. Wayne H. Chen of electri electrical
cal electrical engineering department, who
organized a program which has
resulted in the UF receiving four
fellowships from the U.S. Depart Department
ment Department of Health, Education, and
Welfare. An authority on electri electri
electri
POLITICOS ATTEND
BLUE KEY SMOKER
Twenty-nine HC sweetheart
candidates will be hostesses at the
annual Florida Blue Key Smoker
Friday Nov. 11, in the basement
of the Florida Gym at 4 p.m.
Thom Rumbergcr, HC publicity
chairman, said the girls would
" I
greet the politicians and would
serve them samplings of Tropi Tropicana
cana Tropicana Orange Juice.
Hie Smoker, said Rumtoerger,
is a meeting place for Florida
politicians and their influential
constituents.
It will be capped by the Flori Florida
da Florida Blue Key Banquet to be held
i on the main floor of the Gym.

cal analysis and sysnthesis. Dr.
Chen is a graduate counsellor in
the College of Engineering.
Dr. Raymond E- Crist, research
professor in geography, has earn earned
ed earned for himself an international
reputation in cultural geography of
South America and Europe. He
has received grants from the
American Field Service, the Gug Guggenheim
genheim Guggenheim Foundation, the Rocke Rockefeller
feller Rockefeller Foundation, Social Research
Council, and others.
Dr. James W. Day, professor
of law, has been on the UF fac faculty
ulty faculty since 1928 and was initiated
into Florida Blue Key in 1948. He
is co-author of eighty editions of
Yearbooks of School Law and
a frequent contributor to the Flor Florida
ida Florida Law Review. He is a member
of the American Bar Association,


Chow Time for Alums, Legislators;
Barbecue May Draw 3,000-Plus

Over 3,000 alumni and legis legislators
lators legislators are expected to attend the
annual Legislator-Alumni bar barbecue,
becue, barbecue, H am. to 1 p.m., Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, in the Florida Gymnas Gymnasium
ium Gymnasium basement preceding the
Homecoming Game.
The barbecue is sponsored
each year by Florida Blue Key
to provide an informal atmos atmosphere
phere atmosphere for UF alumni to meet
their state leaders, according to
Jack Shreve, barbecue commit committee
tee committee chairman.
The barbecue serves a prac practical
tical practical purpose, according to
Shreve. Being near the game,
persons may arrive and park
early, going directly to the Flor Florida-Tulane
ida-Tulane Florida-Tulane game from the bar barbecue.
becue. barbecue.
Last years chow line hosted
Floridas Gov. Leoy Collins

Mortar Board To Fete FBK Wives;
Buffet Features Foreign Theme

Mortar Board, senior womens
honorary society, will hold a buf buffet
fet buffet Friday at 5 p.m. honoring
wives and guests of Florida Blue
Key members and members of
Mortar Board, which was form formerly
erly formerly Trianon.
The buffet, designed to pro promote
mote promote state-wide interest 4n the
campus foreign students, will fea feature
ture feature an Around the World at
Florida theme. Students from
India, Latin America, and the
Near and Far East will provide
entertainment representative of

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the Florida Bar, and the Ameri American
can American Judicial Society.
Dr. Henry Glenn Hamilton, head
professor of agricultural econo economics,
mics, economics, is recognized throughout
the country ae an authority on
agricultural marketing. Present Presently
ly Presently serving as executive secretary
of the Florida Council of Farmers
Cooperatives, Dr. Hamilton has
been at the UF since 1&26.
Dr. John A. Haftison, profes professor
sor professor of history, is recognized
throughout the country as an au authority
thority authority in the field of Asiatic study
and has published many papers in
this area. He joined the UF staff
in 1929 and has received grants
from Wenner-Grin Foundation,
Intemation Educational Exchange,
and the Foundation for the Ad
vancement of Education.

and other dignitaries, and this
year hundreds of top officials
are again expected.
The University presidents of office
fice office sends 1,000 complimentary
tickets to officials across the
state. Other tickets are sold to
alumni only. Shreve said he ex expected
pected expected & sellout before Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming events begin.
The UF Food Service is in
charge of preparation of the food
with various UF organizations,
including the Block and Bridle
Club, in charge of servings.
On the committee with Shreve
are Becky Brown, Dick Dander Danderan,
an, Danderan, Paul Martin, Ron Dykes,
and Leonard Kenyon.

their country.
The buffet is being held in con conjunction
junction conjunction with Mortar Boards lit little
tle little sister program, with which
members hope to acquaint foreign
students with the UF.
Highlighting the event will be
a talk by Mrs. Vasant Chapner Chapnerkar
kar Chapnerkar of India on her impressions
of the United States.
President Stephanie Brodie of
Miami is in charge of Mortar
Boards Homecoming activities.
Also working on the buffet are
members Sandy Boger, Jean
Haeseker, Jean Harrison, Bobbie
Lane, Linda Fischer, and Lynne
Secrist.

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ERNOR GOVERNOR And it will be this year,
too, as Governor Collins, Mrs. J. Wayne
Reitz and Dr. Reitz will again be on
hand to greet other guests at the An Annual
nual Annual Alumni Legislator Barbecue in

All-Florida Tour in Store
For Swimcapades Crowd

The Swim Fins and Aqua-Ga Aqua-Gators
tors Aqua-Gators will present a Gator Guide
to Florida for the Swimcapades
spectacular, Friday at 4:30 and
Saturday at 10:15 a.m.
The show is intended to welcome
the alumni to the campus by fea featuring
turing featuring a tour of the various resort
areas around the state.
The first stop is Miami, where
the divers get into trouble with
the life guards at the resort pools.
Then the swimmers go to Fort
Lauderdale for a summer ro romance.
mance. romance.
Marineland is the next stop with
Sarasota right afterwards just in
time for the circus under the Big
Top. Pretty girls are in line as
the tour winds up at Cypress Gar Gardens.
dens. Gardens.
President of Swim Fins is
Jean Bennet and president of
Aqua-Gators is Karl Weiderman.
Weiderman is also helping with
the choreography and direction of

the numbers.
Admission to the show is free.
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the Florida Gym, Saturday morning.
The big feed, which is expected to host
3,000/ is one of several scheduled for
Homecoming Weekend, including the
Florida Blue Key Banquet Friday
night.

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3 Legal Frafs
Honor Guests
At Breakfasts
Governor Leoy Collins and foui
members of his Cabinet will be
among the guests of Phi Alpha
Delta legal fraternity at its 8 a.m.
breakfast tomorrow in the Blue
Room of the Hub.
UF President J. Wayne Reitx
will be the speaker. He will be in introduced
troduced introduced by State Supreme Court
Justice Elwyn Thomas.
Secretary of State R. A. Gray,
Edwin Larson, state treasurer.
Superintendent of Public Instruc Instruction
tion Instruction Thomas Bailey, and state
Attorney General Richard Erwin
will also attend.
Addressing the Phi Delta Phi
legal fraternity guests at the Hol Holiday
iday Holiday Inn will be Associate Justice
Stephan OConnell of the Florida
Supreme Court. Law professor
Leonard Powers will introduce
Justice OCpnell who will speak
on the lighter aspects of the
Court.
The 60 fraternity members wi\l
host 200 guests, including many
of the stated political and legal
figures.
Delta Theta Phi legal fratern fraternity
ity fraternity will host an estimated 175
guests and its 41 members at the
Florida Union cafeteria. James
T. Vocelle, industrial commis commissioner
sioner commissioner of Florida, will address
the group. C. Wendell Harris,
the honor fraternitys president,
will serve as toastmaster.



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... Seating? Profs Have It, And There's More!

FLORIDA MEN JUST DON'T MESS AROUND;
SOME'VE BEEN COMING HOMEFOR A WEEK

It's great.
It swings . /'
I pant wait .
Thats the bcrys-eye, view o*
Homecoming.
Even the study bugs and the
slide-rule carriers come out of
their rooms on Homecoming Eve,
said Freshman Buddy Hogan.
Just Waitin
Fraternity men and independ independents,
ents, independents, freshman and seniors are
waiting for the big days to come,
Nov. 11 and 12.
But patience is not always a
virtue of the Florida man and
four happy students began their
Homecoming festivities a week
early.
We figured wed be in good
shape if we got this thing going
early and got a headstart on
everyone else, said one of the
celebrating quartet.
Doubly Pressed
A group of fraternity men with
a good supply of boards, chicken
wire and table napkins in tow,
were pressed for time and their
opinion of Homecoming.
Homecoming? Its a lot of
trouble, but its worth it, said
the chicken wire toter.
Fighting Gator stalwart, Pat|

Like Elves Go P & G Crews

Like little elves in the night,
workers of Plants and Grounds
hurry through the darkness of
Homecoming -weekend erecting
stages, moving chairs and setting
up lighting and sound systems.
We do about 80 per cent of the
work on campus, said P. C. Mc-
Millan, coordinator of Homecom Homecoming
ing Homecoming for Plants and Grounds.
Due to the great number of

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A MODEST PROPOSAL
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A movement is afoota shocking, startling movementto
solve the problem of overcrowded colleges by the simple expe expedient
dient expedient of refusing admission to women at coeducational schools!
It is argued by proponents of this plan that in todays world
a college education is absolutely essential for a man, while for
a woman it is merely a pleasant interlude between adolescence
and housewifery. There is simply not room enough for both men
and women in our overburdened colleges; therefore, in all fair fairness,
ness, fairness, women who have far less need of a degree than men, must
yield their places.
Well sir, when I heard this drastic proposal, I was so shocked
that I sat right down and lit a Marlboro. I always sit right down
and light a Marlboro when lam shocked. I also always sit right
down and light a Marlboro when I am not shocked. There is
no time, no condition, no mood, no estate when it isnt a source
erf soul-deep gratification to settle back and have a full-flavored
smokeMarlboro, the filtered cigarette with the unfiltered taste
Marlboro, the jewel of cigarettesMarlboro, the pinnacle of
the tobacconists artMarlboro, my comfort, haven, and snug
harbor.
Well sir, I sat smoking my Marlboro and thinking over the
shocking proposal to keep women out of coed schools, and hoping
fervently that another solution can be found. If the calamitous
day ever comes when women are banned from coed colleges, I
will gnash my teeth and rend my garments and take to my bed
without supper. Like any other Marlboro man, I love women.
I love the sight and sound of them, the cut of their jibs, their
beauty and grace, their cunning little spitcurls, their sleek
dimples, their middy blouses, their aura and effluvium. More Moreover,
over, Moreover, I freely admit that when it comes to brainpower, they can
give the average man cards and spades and big casino too. It
would be a shame, a disgrace and a catastrophe to keep these
beautiful, intelligent creatures out of college.
However, it is always wise in time of fair weather to prepare
for foul. What if the advocates of keeping women out of college
begin to gather strength? We who abhor this fiendish plan must
be ready with a substitute... and it just so happens I have
one and a mighty ingenious little plan it is, if I say so myself.
Granted that classroom seats are in short supply, and granted
that men need degrees more than women, it is still not necessary
to bar women from college. Let them go to college buthere is
the beauty part of my plandont let them go to doss!
This solution, it seems to me, answers every requirement. It
releases hundreds of thousands of classroom seats to needy males.
At the same time, it does not deprive women of the rich and
varied benefits of campus life. They can join sororities, shoot pool
at the Union, build bonfires for Homecoming games, pour at the
Deans tea, plait daisies in their hair, organise drag races, sculpt
in ice, hook rugs, walk their cheetahs, play Monopoly, find love
in short, they can do anything except go to class.
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Patchen was a little sad to see
the weekend, roll around.
Patchens Last
Itll be my last Homecoming
and the last game the team will
play on Florida Field this year.
Were going to win this one
and make it a great weekend all
the way around, predicted Pat Patchen.
chen. Patchen.

people on campus during Home Homecoming,
coming, Homecoming, McMillian said, much
of our work must be done at
night.
Sometime pedestrian traffic is
so heavy it is hard tor a truck to
be driven on campus, he added.
McMillan stated that 73 of the
75 stages owned by Plants and
Grounds must be used for Gator
Growl. Saturday morning at ten,

The most eager group were the
freshmen who had heard about
previous Homecomings and were
anxious to see their first.
Carl Fanaro, lUC from Miami,
said hed heard about the Gator
goings-on for several years.
Im really looking forward to
it. Itll be one fine time, said
Fanaro.

Crews

25 of these stages must be on the
Law School Lawn.
Therefore/ he said, these
stages must be torn down Friday
night and moved to the Law
School. Then about 5 a.m. Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, a crew will erect them.
The same is true of the 2,500
chairs, 15 sets of stairways, the
numerous lighting and sound sys systems
tems systems used, and the many tables
used for banquets, McMillan said.
Plants and Grounds must also
care for the honored guests on
campus during this busy weekend,
stated McMillan.
We see the honored guests are
given good seats at all activities
and that they have bus transpor transportation
tation transportation around campus.
McMillan said no extra men are
hired for the additional work of
Homecoming. Rather, some work workers
ers workers in the janitorial division who
have experience in erecting and
moving equipment are chosen to
work at night.
Thus, while most people are rest resting
ing resting from the previous days ac activities,
tivities, activities, members of Plants and
Grounds are moving like busy
ants so things will be in place
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To Display
Decorates
The results of work parties,
sleepless nights, and hammered
thumbs may be seen on the Uni University
versity University campus this weekend as
fraternity and sorority houses
seek to portray their conception
of Floridas Hocecoming 6o
in Dixie.
University Avenue, Thirteenth
Street, and Panhellenic Drive will
feature gigantic displays with
masses of color and animation.
Decorations will paint the picture
of the Gators sending Tulanes
Green Wave splashing back to
bayou country.
The efforts of 45 organizations
will highlight the streets of
Gainesville this weekend; each
seeking a win in one of the var various
ious various divisions of competition.
Judges have been chosen for
their qualifications in their par particular
ticular particular field from Gainesville,
Jacksonville, and Tallahassee, and
will begin grading at the first
round immediately following Ga Gator
tor Gator Growl on Friday night. The
final round of judging will be Sat Saturday
urday Saturday morning.
Criteria for judging include
originality (40 points); time and
effort indicated (20 points); ef effective
fective effective use of moveable parts (10
points); and overall appearance,
both at night and day (30 points).

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is a relative of a girl living in the
house.
Dorms, too, have restrictions
on who may stay.
To stay in the girls dorms for
the Homecoming weekend, a girl
has to be at least 16 and be the

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The faculty will definitely be
honored hosts during, Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming according to General
Chairman Jon Moyle.
We sent out about 2,500 spe special
cial special kits to the faculty and ac acceptance
ceptance acceptance has been very good
right down the line, Moyle said.
Kits Explained Wishes
The kits contained a letter ex explaining
plaining explaining the HC committees wish
for a greater faculty participation
and telling the educators of the
special plans for them. The kit
also contained a special name tag
to help faculty members be easily
recogniezd and a complete sche schedule
dule schedule card of all homecoming ac activities.
tivities. activities.
Moyle said this was the first

time any such sepical treatment
has been given. The faculty will
have a specially reserved section
at Grpwl and will be recognized
during the show. Before this the
faculty had to wrestle for seats
as did any other spectators.
In addition an area has been re reserved
served reserved for faculty and family to
view the Parade.
Wants Public To Rnow
We want the public to know
the student bodys respect for the
faculty, Moyle said, and also
we want the public to have a clos closer
er closer relationship with the faculty.
Moyle said this was just one
of several projects that Blue Key
has to focus the publics attention

guest of another living in the
dorm. Only rooms vacated by peo people
ple people who have gone home for the
weekend may be used. jGuests are
restricted to two per room.
Guests in the girls dorms must
observe the same rules as the
permanent residents.
Mens dorms carry the same re restrictions
strictions restrictions as the womens dorms.
No more than two are allowed to
a room.

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went 6 months! Happy Guy in
Misty, Bewitched, more. 5T1465
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JEANNE BLACK. Songs just
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whos just a bit sensational here
in her own first album. 5T1513

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THE SEVEN TEENS. Brilliant
young pros in 12 swing classics
like Sing Sing Sing, Cherokee
and Little Brown Jug. 5T1424
NANCY WILSON. Something
wonderful happens to you as
this new star (a real find,
High Fidelity) sings. 5T1440
J3TAK SHINOO. Steaming
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Western instruments. String of
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ROLLEY POLLEY. Antidote to
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on progress and problems in high higher
er higher education, particularly at UF.
While we wish the faculty to
be hosts, they certainly wiU be
honored ones, Moyle said.
Not Getting It All
Moyle said the faculty wasn't
getting all the special attention
though. The students through a
combination effort Os Student Gov Goverment
erment Goverment and Blue Key are in the
plans too.
There will be a special reserv reserved
ed reserved section of 10.003 seats in the
East stands at Growl for the stu students
dents students and name cards and home homecoming
coming homecoming timetables are being dis distributed
tributed distributed as widely as possible
through the student body.

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Field Manual
(EDITORS NOTE: It was
recently brought to the at attention
tention attention of the Alligator that
many Homecoming visitors
dont understand many
football terms. As a public
service, Columnist Gary
Peacock and Cartoonist
Ken Fischer will try to elu elucidate
cidate elucidate on this twilight zone
of misunderstanding.)
PASS INTERFERENCE:
Can occur either before or
after the game or during
it for that matter when
female half of a dating
team wards off advances by
male half. Usually tne gu*i
snickers at the time and will
later brag about it to her
friends.
(NOTE; Drop eyeballs ap approx.
prox. approx. three inches and con continue
tinue continue reading.)

(THANK YOU.!
TIME OUT: A time when
everyone pauses. Some go
beneath the stadium to one
of the 16 wood gathering
rooms. Others sit in the
sun and sweat it out.
ILLEGAL USE OF
HANDS: Particularly effec effective
tive effective in cold weather when
blankets are used for
warmth and fun. The
warmer your date, the more
fun you have. However, if
weather is cold and your
date is too, shell probably
charge you with illegal use
of hands and try a quick
kick.
QUICK KICK: Used by
defense when offense tries
a forward pass, illegal use
of hands, or unsportsman unsportsmanlike
like unsportsmanlike conduct. Often results
in ROUGHING THE KICK KICK,ER
,ER KICK,ER penalty.

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QUOTES FROM QUINCY

Orng 'n Blue With Nu Nu Nu

By GARY PEACOCK
After waiting more than five
months, Homecoming 1960 is
here.
There are a lot of people on
campus that arent Students. For
the benefit of freshmen who are
engaged in their first Home Homecoming,
coming, Homecoming, these are known as
alumni and visitors.

Alumni are
people who us used
ed used to go to
school here in
olden days.
They don't go
to school here
anymore be because
cause because they ei either
ther either graduat graduated,
ed, graduated, quit, or
flunked out.
Along with the
alumni come

PEACOCK

visitors. Visitors are people who
didnt go to school here, but
are coming to Homecoming be because
cause because they want to.
* *
PEOPLE who go to school
here (which well call students
for convenience sake) have been
working for months to welcome
the alumni and visitors.
Why?
Logical thinking wiil explain
this.
1. Alumni spend money in
Gainesville when they come to
Homecoming.
* a
2. GAINESVILLE merchants
like people who spend money.
3. Students like Gainesville
merchants because they treat
them so well.
4. Students want to help the
Gainesville merchants by mak making
ing making the alumni want to come to
Gainesville.
Students show their apprecia appreciation
tion appreciation to Gainesville merchants
once a year by staging Home Homecoming.
coming. Homecoming.
Theyre kept busy, but they
like it.
* *
FOR THOSE who have been
asleep or hung-over from cele celebrating
brating celebrating since we wrecked Tech,
a brief run down of the week weekends
ends weekends events is in order.
*
SWIMCAPADES: The Univer University
sity University Pool will be open from 6 a.
m. until 12' p.m. Friday and
Saturday for a weekend long
swimming party for those who
dont like football, parties, or
meeting old friends. Admission
Is free upon presentation of your
student identification card.
* *
SOCIAL HOUR: Alumni of Al Alpha
pha Alpha Upsilon lota and alumnae

of Nu Nu Nu will sponsor a so social
cial social hour from 5 to 6 p.m. in
the University Cafeteria. It will
be the first in a series of organ organizational
izational organizational socials for AUI. The
newly unanimously elected hon honorary
orary honorary chaplain of AUI will bless
the punch before pouring.
REUNION: Alumni members
or Orientation Group No. 96 from
the years 1911 until the present
will meet at 420 NW 13th St. to
re-old new acquaintances Satur Saturday
day Saturday afternoon beginning at 4:30
p.m. and lasting 3.2 hours.
*
QUEEN CONTEST*.A dark darkhorse
horse darkhorse candidate in the Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming Sweetheart contest, Sin Sindy
dy Sindy Bre 11a. will unveil a last min minute
ute minute bid for the title at the cor corner
ner corner of University Avenue and
13th Street.
*
LEGAL BREAKFASTS. Law Lawyers
yers Lawyers all over the state will eat
breakfast sometime Saturday
morning.

r wasn't Always Thus. ..

By FRED FROHOCK
In the long ago, and a very
pleasent time it was too, every everyone
one everyone thought the term Homecom Homecoming
ing Homecoming referred to General Mac*
Arthur in New York after he got
fired, or the arrival of a bell-clad
beatnik on the Paris left bank.
There were no sleepless nights
filled with paper-mache figures,
no wild-eyed alumni to shoulder
off into the

FROHOCK

street, no long!
lines of traffic to
bump wild eyed
alumni back on
the sidewalk.
In fact, if a
man so decided,
he could pick up
his casual date in
the short time of
one minute,
five seconds by
legging his MG

across the Plaze of the Americas.
Not that there werent fine
Democratic In The True American
Tradition swinging rituals in true
orgastic fashion. People lived
righteously. They Just did it in
the proper wild-eyed manner sans
items peripheral to the essentials
of love and drink.
* m
THEN CAME INTO the world
like an unholy cloud the Univer University
sity University Administration and its Great
Desire To Please Alumni. Were Wereupon
upon Wereupon these arose all manner of sin sinful
ful sinful contest to lure the innocent
fraternity system into squander-

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GATOR GROWL: Albert's per personal
sonal personal manager has promised
that our zealous mascot will
growl six minutes before kick kickoff
off kickoff Saturday afternoon.

FOOTBALL GAME: The Ath Athletic
letic Athletic Department has consented
to play a football game in be between
tween between other Homecoming activ activities.
ities. activities. The game will be played
Saturday aftemooa on Florida
Field if it doesn't rain. In case
of rain, the game will be played
in the Humanities Room at the
library.

OTHER EVENTS: Because of
space limitations, other events
not. previously described will
come under the heading of Oth Other
er Other Events. These include a lot
of things that might be fun, but
there's just not enough time
to go to them. Stay away from
all Other Events.

ing time and money on non-essen non-essentials
tials non-essentials (anything besides love and
drink).
Exotic Skits were written for the
mysterious hours after dark. Sug Suggestive
gestive Suggestive floats-awayed lurtngly in
the forbidden afternoon parade.
House decorations sprang up with
black-like magic.
*
AT THE END of the evil af affair,
fair, affair, false idols were bestowed
upon the most wickedly effective
devices idols coveted in most
intense fashion by rival wrong wrongdoers.
doers. wrongdoers.
The cads in the University Ad Administration
ministration Administration saw this and smirked
behind their well-tailored black
cloaks and fashionable wigs, well wellpleased
pleased wellpleased at their damning schemes.
Licentious year followed licen licentious
tious licentious year, and the satanic non nonessentials
essentials nonessentials grew more and more
monstrous.
Arthur Miller was hired to write
the Delt skit which later won the
Pulitzer Prize, and only placed
fourth in the Growl tryouts. The
US Seventh Army ran along as
caterpillef legs under the SAE
float. The Kremlin was shipped
over brick by brick to fit into
the theme of the Pike bouse dec decoration.
oration. decoration.

IN FACT, fraternity men even eventually
tually eventually gave up staying in their
homes. They simply tore them
down after the festivities and be began
gan began living in the house decorations
while planning for the next year.



The Florida Alligator, Friday, Nov. 11, 1960

COO, "STEAD OF GROWL?

Pigeon Almost Intervened

By JACK HORAN
Once again we are blessed with
the annual weekend hangover,
Homecoming. (HC 60 Proof

Best in Dixie).
But, before we
leap blindly into
the gay festivi festivities,
ties, festivities, let's take a
careful look at
what homecom homecomi
i homecomi a g Really
means.
ho as to avoid
any sentimental
overtone*, we
decided to con con'ursoikt

'ursoikt con'ursoikt *
HORAN

sult Websters
Unexpurgated Dictionary for the
correct definition.
Homecoming: derived from
two Greek words, homo and
coma. (Homo means man,
and coma means in a daze or

.. .As Youll Soon Notice

No one went to school. Fresh Freshmen
men Freshmen went through rush and then
were hired out as labor for the
yeara Homecoming activities.
When the professors complained,
the Administration cremated them
alive in a pre-game bonfire at a
pep rally.
Soon, the weekend became so
expensive that most students spent
their entire college fund of four or
five thousands dollars for the two twoday
day twoday spree. Fraternities began bor borrowing
rowing borrowing from the World Bank. Po Political
litical Political candidates started promis promising
ing promising to reduce the UF student debt
before touching the national debt.
* *
HOUSE DECORATIONS under
ten stories were automatically dis disqualified.
qualified. disqualified. Skits without Laurence
Olivier, Rock Hudson, Yves Mon Montand,
tand, Montand, Richard Nixon or Gene Au Autry
try Autry for a leading man were de deleted.
leted. deleted. Floats had to be piloted by
Juan Manuel Fangio or Stirling
Moss.
In one of the skits, a fraternity
sent Werner von Braun around
the moon and back and placed
second when he landed off the
football field. Queen Elizabeth
did a strip on one float as Khru Khrushchev
shchev Khrushchev kept time with his shoe

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stupor.) So, literally, homecom homecoming
ing homecoming means man in a stupor.
*
BUT HOW DID such illustrious
events as Homecoming and Gator
Growl originate at good ole Flor Florida?
ida? Florida?
To find an answer, we delved
deeply into several clandestine
historical records (which were
listed as classified until now).
The yellowed documents revealed
that the first Homecoming oc occurred
curred occurred at this school in 1864.
The UF was then known as The
Millhopper Mens Seminary,
named after a fellow named Mill
who built a hopper there.
* *
DURING THIS Civil War per period,
iod, period, a group of disgruntled stu-

on a solid gold reproduction of a
UN podium it placed second
for lack of originality.
*
THEN ONE DAY a strangely
bright fraternity president awoke
one morning on the straw of his
frats reproduction of the divinity
scene, and had a single idea. Why
not, he thought, return to the
righteous days before the evel
advent of Homecoming.
His workers were as astounded
tounded astounded and then exclaimed: Oh,
joy. Why did we not think of this
wonderful thing. Hallelujah, etc.
Whereupon, they used the half halfmillion
million halfmillion or so dollars they had
saved up penny by penny for
monstrous decorations to throw
a monstrous blast of righteous
debauchery, doing nothing but
dancing and singing and drinking
and whatever which else they
could.
* (
IN THEIR front lawn, for the
benefit of wild-eyed alumni and
black-cloaked Administration Of Officials,
ficials, Officials, they placed a shoddy neon
light that blinked on and off: We
are saved. We have seen the true
way and the true light. Praise be
to essentials.
And they were ever happy ever
after.

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dent soldiers, who had been de defending
fending defending the strategic township of
Waldo since 1860 against an al alleged
leged alleged Union invasion, decided to
return to the Seminary. (They had
received a total of 69 warning let letters).
ters). letters).
The school, staffed by 4-F pro professors
fessors professors and a shell-shocked ROTC
instructor, prepared a jubilant
coming-home ceremony.
*
A ROARING, gleeful throng of
eight faculty members crowded
the main cowpath into Gainesville,
welcoming the students.
However, the happy occasion
was marred when 4,000 Yankee
troops romped into the city by
way of Waldo, destroying every everything
thing everything on campus except the archi architecture
tecture architecture building. Thus ended the
first homecoming.
In 1875, the school had Home Homecoming,
coming, Homecoming, but there was nothing to
lure the demure girls from Flori Florida
da Florida College For Young Ladies over
for a weekend of fun and frolics.
* *
EVERYONE, even the adminis administration,
tration, administration, pondered upon the prob problem.
lem. problem.
Then, out of a cloudy grey sky,
a bright lad named Theramyacin
Grotchgreeket, a pre-UC student,
had a cranium cloudburst.
Why not instigate a big im important-sounding
portant-sounding important-sounding show with skits
and comedians to induce the girls
to come over? We will import
moonshine and after all the people
get bombed, we can get down to
business. Later on we can abolish
these time-wasting frivolties.
*
GREAT, chimed The Presi President.
dent. President. Ill be abls to get the fac faculty
ulty faculty off my back for a while.
But first we must have a name
for our show.
The great minds of the Semi Seminary
nary Seminary again went into conference.
* *
A SPEECH STUDENT named
FerrLswheel Briant suggested the
name should relate to the natural
surroundings of the campus.
At that precise moment a pig pigeon
eon pigeon on the window ledge cooed,
or something.
But they went ahead and named
It Gator Growl instead.

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Like A Grasshopper Or A Cricket To You?

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I've Heard Some Nasty Rumors, Senator, That You Used Your Influence To
Get Your Son Into The Bend.

Mad Addis, A Man of Many Talents

Tear your eyes away from this copy
for a moment and notice the some somewhat
what somewhat strategically placed black-and black-andwhite
white black-andwhite drawings which circumscribe
it.
These brilliant etchings are from
the collection of that obscure, but
nevertheless talented genius of the
drawing board, Don (for Donblame Donblameme)
me) Donblameme) Addis whose last name is the
singular form of the Tasmanian word,
Addi, which means, literally trans translated
lated translated : This is our answer to A1 Capp,
Gringo.
Addis creations are widely known
among readers of Playboy, Teen mag magazine,
azine, magazine, the Orange Peel and the Alli Alligator
gator Alligator (which takes in just about
everybody cool), but little is known
I about the man himself.

Look At It This Way Malcolm. . You'd Be Doing Your Fret A Big Favor
By Staying Put Until After the Judging

Gator Land
Even hi.

No one has eyer really asked, but :
the fact of the rpatter is. Addis is 25
(he was 32, but hes lost weight), is
an Army veteran (of Special Services,
and served as personal eyebrow pen pencil
cil pencil man to John Iy. Lewis), is married
(he is still a personal eyebrow pencil
man, though nothing of it was men mentioned
tioned mentioned in the vows), has one child (to
whom he administers captive eyebrow eyebrowpenciling
penciling eyebrowpenciling lessons), and w ears a mus musstache
stache musstache (which is still trimmed and
fashioned after thje eyebrows of John
L. Lewis, a maneuver which enabled
him, while in the Army, to practice
during off-duty hdura).
In his spare time, he* closely studies
plates smuggled from the Bureau of
Engravings, Washington, D.C. He is
believed to be the wealthiest man in
the world. ]



Page 8

Pledges Find themselves Working
i
Hard on Homecoming Decorations;
View Jobs With Mixed Feelings

Homecoming holds something
different for everyone involved
and fraternity and sorority pledges
are no exception.
The pledges, who get stuck with
a majority of the dirty work in
planning and constructing Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming decorations, are turned
into carpenters, engineers, de designers,
signers, designers, and decorators.
These new-found jobs are greet greeted
ed greeted with mixed feelings. Some en enjoy
joy enjoy the excitement of Homecom Homecoming,
ing, Homecoming, while others would rather
watch preparations from a safe
distance.
Chopped 2 Days
Pledge Michele DeHart, lUC
from Coral Gables, chopped wood

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for two 'days for her sororitys
house decorations.
With tired muscles and a pessi pessimistic
mistic pessimistic attitude Michele says,
Homecoming is a lot of work for
just one or two nights, and I dont
really think its worth it.
Linda Ilurd, 2fUC pledge from
Avon Park, echoes this feeling.
I think Homecoming is like
Christmas. It should last longer
for all the work involved.
Closing In
Pete Liston, 2UC pledge from
Decatur, Ga., feels Homecoming
preparations are closing in on
him.
Even dates have turned into
work parties, says Pete. Ive

tried, but I just cant get away
from Homecoming decorations.
Most pledges have toruble find finding
ing finding time to study.
Profs Sadistic
Professors are sadistic, says
Jean Holman, lUC from Tampa,
because they make papers due
or give tests before or right after
Homecoming.
On the lighter side,. Jean says,
Im really having fun with Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming decorations, and cant
think of a better excuse to flunk
out.
However, Susie Stetson, lUC
from Palm Beach, feels studies
and work on Homecoming can be
reconciled.
Do Both*
You can concentrate on both
schoolwork and Homecoming,
says Susie, if you dont waste
your time by playing bridge or
loafing.
Some pledges, like Bonnie Berk
from Greatneck, N.Y., are look looking
ing looking forward to the work ahead.
Rewards in the form of trophies
dont matter to these optimistic
pledges.
All For It
Im all for the work and ex excitement
citement excitement of Homecoming, says
Bonnie. If you give it all youve
got trophies dont matter. What
counts is the opportunity to work
with the whole group.
Randy Williams, lUC from Ft.
Lauderdale, is also glad to see
everyone working together.
Half Hearted Look
If everyone didnt pitch in to
help with Homecoming, the decora decorations
tions decorations would look half-hearted, he
says. If we dont win a trophy
this year, well just get out and
work harder next year.
Another group of pledges would
like to just forget all about Home Homecoming.
coming. Homecoming.
Bill Leslie, lUC from Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, represents this group with:
Id like to go home for Home Homecoming,
coming, Homecoming,

H( Time Happy Time for G'ville Cash Tills

The Homecoming ritual is a
time of happy frustration and
money counting for Gainesville
merchants and motel owners.
Cash registers ring as clothing
purchases hit a yearly high, bev beverage
erage beverage sales soar and Highway 441
south suddenly becomes a familiar
route to many University stu students.
dents. students.
No Vacancies
Visitors without pre-arranged
sleeping accommodations may
find themselves camped an the
campus grounds since almost all
of Gainesvilles 15 motels will


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A LADDER MATTER Time out, says pretty Jill
Wcoland, freshman AOPi from Miami, as she takes a
breather from sorority Homecoming preparations.
From her elevated point of view, things seem to be
shaping up just fine for the big weekend for the pretty
miss who this year was voted Miss Legs of Florida.
From our point of view, things seem to have taken
on a fine shape, too, and its easy to see how Jill ac acquired
quired acquired her title.

. have no vacancy sgins posted.
Weve been filled since sum summer,
mer, summer, was the comment of one
manager who is now receiving
over 20 calls a day for reserva reservations.
tions. reservations.
A number of alumni attempt
to reserve rooms a year in ad advance,
vance, advance, but the policy of many
motels is to accept applications
only after the new year begins.
Well Behaved
Two owners said most visitors
are well behaved groups who
do not always live it up with spir spirits
its spirits for spirit.
Homecoming is no more high highly
ly highly lived than any other football
week-end, said they.
We lose a lot of towels but our
worst trouble is with the high
school and college kids making
noise.
Tips High
Maids differed in a few instan instances
ces instances but generally agreed Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming is a fine time because
tips are high and there are fewer
ash trays to emtpy probably
more floors to sweep, though.
Service station attendants pump
more gas and wash more windows
than any fall week-end, but there
are disadvantages.
Over And Over
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Its not so bad except when you
hear the same joke ten times a
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What! 1,400 Hours To Decorate?

A first-class Homecoming house
decoration runs into a 1.400 man manhour
hour manhour work-week, according to Pi
Kappa Alpha House Decorations
Chairman John Prosser.
The Pikes won first place last
year in the Orange league with
their citrus cage displaying mov moving
ing moving papier-mache lions and tigers.
Blue league winners for house
decorations was Theta Chi fra fraternity.
ternity. fraternity. A 60 root upright rocket


Highest Quality Phis Originality
Is Titket for Coed Decoration

Quality, not quantity, plus lots of originality, is being stressed
in house decorations this homecoming, says Julie Thordarson, so sorority
rority sorority house decorations chairman.
"Homecoming decorations and floats are built by sisters and
pledges, said Gail Spencer, member of Kappa Delta. However,
it is the sisters living at the house who work late into the night after
pledges have returned to the dorms.

Miss Spencer also said she gets
her studying done the week before
Homecoming, since she plans a
tight schedule and must study a
lot in a shorter time than usual.
Three Enter Sweepstakes
Only three sororities, KD,
ADPi and ZTA, submitted entries
in all three sweepstakes events:
skit, float and house decorations.
Most sororities limited participa participation
tion participation to two categories.
To win the sweepstakes, the so sororities
rorities sororities must compete with fra fraternities
ternities fraternities and all other campus or organizations.
ganizations. organizations. The winning group
will be awarded the 50 yard-line
student section at the 1960 Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming Game.
Judging for house decorations
will be at 9 p.m. Friday and 9
a.m. Saturday. However, decora decorations
tions decorations should be finished by noon
Friday so the people arriving for
the parade will see completed dec decorations.
orations. decorations.
Decorations wfll be judged on
originality, time and effort indi indicated,
cated, indicated, and overall appearance by
day and night. The winners will
be anounced during halftime at
the game.
UF Staff To Judge
Judges are Robert F. Davidson,
humanities chairman; William D.

ceipts receipts are expected to jump, es especially
pecially especially in the clothing and shoe
lines.

5 made with Am. Cheese
unless provelane desired
| extras availablehot
b banana peppers. vinegar
we use 100% pure
g imported olive oil.

FRATS WORK FAST

model required an equally lab laborious
orious laborious week from both pledges
and brothers alike.
Work A Week
The pledges begin work a week
prior to Homecoming and carry
on until the brothers join in at
mid-week.
By Wednesday everyone is
working, including the housemoth housemother,
er, housemother, said one pledge.

Kemp, Jacksonville architect; T.
G. Carpenter, assistant director of
housing; and L. R. Jordan, direc director
tor director of the J. Hillis Miller Teaching
Hospital.
Also J. Sabetella, department of
architecture. Phyllis Mable, head
resident of Yulee Area; H. G.
Cochran, Jr,, director of the Flor Florida
ida Florida Division of Corrections; W.
V. Wilmot Jr., head of the de department
partment department of business law; Rob Robert
ert Robert Davis, assistant professor of
architecture; Mrs. Fred Heath,
Gainesvilles Most Outstanding
Woman, 1960: Paul Selle, busi businessman
nessman businessman and Gage Wei bourne, di director
rector director of food service.

Engineers and scientists who will
achieve Bachelor of Science or higher
degrees by January or June of 1961
are invited to ON CAMPUS INTERVIEWS
with an engineering representative
of the DOUGLAS AIRCRAFT COMPANY on
(Day and Date)
Americas most exciting space and defense proj projects,
ects, projects, including SATURN, SKYBOLT and
MISSILEERand others of like importance importancehave
have importancehave created outstanding long range opportuni opportunities
ties opportunities at Douglas in the following fields:
"
Electrical Welding
Electronics Engineering Mechanics
Mechanical Physics
Chemical Mathematics
Aeronautical Astronomy
Metallurgical Astro-Physics
Openings exist at Douglas locations in Santa
Monica and El Segundo, California and Char Charlotte,
lotte, Charlotte, North Carolina.
If you are a U.S. citizen who will earn a
qualifying degree, please contact your place placement
ment placement office for an appointment. If unable to do
so, write to Mr. C. C. LaVene,
DOUGLAS AIRCRAFT COMPANY, INC.
3000 Ocean Park Blvd., Santa Monica, California

If this is your first Shelley's Italian
may we suggest. .to really enjoy this orig original
inal original sandwich hold the sandwich in the
same upright way you would hold a banana
tear the top end of the paper then
simply slide the sandwich out of the open
end a "good" bite at a time or your own
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enjoy it and come back soon.
SHELLEY

The Pikes go about their work
just the opposite. Brothers and
pledges began decorating the Pi
Kappa Alpha house Friday, Nov.
4, and will continue until the dec decoration
oration decoration is completed Friday, Nov.
11. Work will be shared about
evenly.
Round The Clock
After Wednesday, Nov. 9, work
is around the clock for most of the
fraternities until the last minute.
A vast amount of materials is
used in building the annual dec decorations.
orations. decorations. Most of the materials
ate bought from the hobby shop.
Lumber is bought from various
lumber companies and the tele telephone
phone telephone poles are put up gratis
by the city.
From Hobby Shop
Tin foil, floral paper, rolled
cardboard and some of our lum lumber
ber lumber all come from the hobby
shop, said Prosser. The hobby
shop also gives us tips on
where we might locate motors to
operate moving parts on our
decorations.
A sweepstakes silver cup is giv given
en given to the house compiling the
most points during Homecoming.
The Pikes won the cup last year
by taking first place in both house
decorations and Homecoming
parade float.
Finish On Time?
The fraternities hope to\ be
through with their work by noon
Friday, Nov. 11. However, jthis
is not usually possible. /
We will probably finish about
5 minutes before the deadline,
said one Theta Chi pledge, "Ac "Actually
tually "Actually we dont know when we
will finish, we will work until we
have to quit.