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Dear Santa, Our Wishes Are Big, But Worthy

DEAR SANTA:
What we at the University of Florida would like to see under
our Christmas trees this year is a lot to ask, we know. Yet we feel
that it must be asked for, by all 13,000 of us students, and all 1,500
faculty and administration members.
Our requests to you parallel the great ideas and ideals we strive
for each year here on campus, but we have almost inevitably found
them just a little beyond our reach.
We do not propose to ask you for everything. We shall go more
than half of the way in attaining our ends, to be sure.
Santa, first and foremost, please bring our faculty the recognition
they so deserve, both financially and status-wise.
With such recognition, we will resolve in 1961 to carry forth our
end of the education bargain, treat them with all the respect they are
entitled to and cultivate our own interest in the knowledge they have
to give.
Then, Santa, give us the classrooms, library and study facilities
necessary for us to grow both in spirit and in mind. We will resolve
to do right by this gift and treat these facilities with all our physical
and mental energy.
Bring to our campus the spirit of learning, of curiosity in the
thing that escape human knowledge. .so that in and through this
spirit we will broaden that human knowledge to bring our world on to
greater peace and security, greater human understanding. Perhaps
we, in our own small way, will be able to do our share in this
struggle.
And Santa, sprinkle our Christmas stockings with the right atti-

LAST 'GATOR
This is the last edition of the Florida Alligator for the
year 1960. The staff wishes all its readers seasons greet greetings
ings greetings and hopes that it will see all of them back with its
first issue of the New Year, January 10.

Volume 53, No. 25

FI HB B
'JOY TO THE WORLD!'

Three Mortar Board carolers, Stephen Brodie,
Jean Harrison and Lynn Secrist, backed up by
Willis Bodines directing of the Brass Quartet, sing
the first line in a nght of yuletide music Sunday.
Standing in the crisp December air, 10 Mortar
Board members, advisors and alumni, students and
faculty joined in the singing at the annual tree treelighting
lighting treelighting ceremonies. As the strains of Joy to The
World' rang through the air the tree in front of the
University Auditorium burst into colorama. A pro program
gram program of caroling began and ended with a bell

Home Folk To Hear ol UF Heeds
As Students Lobby Oyer Holidays

A unique lobby gioup, com composed
posed composed of about 50 UF students,
will bring an awareness of the
UFs problems to the people in
their areas over the Christmas
holidays.
Probably the first student lob lobby
by lobby group in the state, the Stu Student
dent Student Education Analysis Com Committee,
mittee, Committee, headed by Gary Brooks,
Marty Plaskoff, and Jan Smith,
served as an initial contact
for the Personal Contact Bu Bureau,
reau, Bureau, at the P-TA convention in
Tampa, Nov. 15-17.

PING-PONG
Dec. 13, 1960
FRATERNITIES
UNITED OTHER SIDE
DTD Fiji ~~
SPE Th Chi
PDT Beta
KS AEPi
SX SN
X PM Pi K Phi
LXA
Pi Lam
Pike
SORORITIES
All listed United except the
four unpledged (below).
UNPLEDGED
Phi Tau KA
AGR SAE
D Chi TEP
D Sig AOPi
DU DPhiE
Mil Ep Mu
TKE SK
ATO

HAPPY

Realistic financial support
of higher education, will
be stressed, according to' Plas Plaskoff.
koff. Plaskoff.
Rather than expressing all
the needs of the university sys system,
tem, system, the representatives will
concentrate their effort on pub publicizing
licizing publicizing the inadequacy of pro professors
fessors professors salaries, the lack of
space and overcrowded condi conditions
tions conditions on campus, and the lag in
expenditures of our state as
compared with other states.
Through letter writing, per personal

POLITICAL PLAYGROUND

PING-PONG
Dec. 16, 1960
UNITED
FRATS PANHEL
SPE DG
DU) DDD
PDT KD
KS AChiOj
SX CM O
X Phi ADPi
LXA Zeta
Pi Lam A E Phi
Pike
ATO
UNPLEDGED
Fiji Phi Ep
Th Chi THE
Beta Phi Tau
AEPi KA
SN SAE
Pi K PM TEP
AGR AOPI
D CM DPME
D Sig Phi Mu
DU SK

Carillon from the Century Tower. Thus began
the annual Christmas on Campus with talks by
UP President Dr. J. Wayne Reitz and and Student
Body President Bob Park. Monday night at the
Florida Gymnasium, caroling continued to a ting tingling
ling tingling climax. The Annual Christmas Choral Con Concert,
cert, Concert, featuring 300 local singers and 80 musicians
from the Universty Symphony Orchestra resound resounded
ed resounded in the gymnot in the Auditorium as reported
in the last Alligator.

sonal personal visits, and the distribution
of printed material, the bureau
will attempt to persuade organ organization
ization organization leaders to enlist their
clubs support for the adoption
of a legislative budget in the
spring calling for a 30 per cent
increase in professors salaries.
The Personal Contact Bureau
will work in coordination with
the Blue Key Speakers Bureau,
with emphasis on a personal ap approach
proach approach rather than public
speaking.
(See ANALYSIS, Page S)

IN THE WIND
Rumors getting scarce, with
the advent of Yuletide. .Herds
one fact: Nine fraternities (ifa (ifaji,
ji, (ifaji, Th CM. Beta, AEPI, SN. PM,
Tau, KA, SAE, TEP) had their
political spokesmen together a
couple Os times the past few
days, so SAEs, PR, AI Coog Coogter,
ter, Coogter, tells us. Members of the
Unpledged group bel ow,
they just discussed possible
aims and platform for the time
being with perhaps party form formation
ation formation coming up after the holi holidays.
days. holidays. .Expectations are for
ait explosive weekend to
come about in January follow following
ing following a Christmas recess which
ought to keep phone lines, tele telegraph
graph telegraph wires and state highways
burning from hyar to thar.

tudes toward those who have much to contrib contribute
ute contribute : our foreign brethren, our fellow students
generally, our leaders in education. Then we

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THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR

University of Florida, Gainesville Tuesdoy, December 20, 1960

Evaluation Group Proposes
New HC Succession Policy

Clerk Would Become
Chancellor Same Year
Under Changed Ruling

By MARY ANNE AWTREY
Gator Editorial Assistant
Honor Court revisions proposed Thursday were re reworked
worked reworked and reworded by the Student Government Eval Evaluation
uation Evaluation Committee to limit the two-year succession of
court clerk to chancellor to one year.

The revisions as proposed by
the judiciary review subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee provided that a student be el elected
ected elected to clerkship one year and
automatically assume the chanc chancellors
ellors chancellors chair the next.
Clerk, then chancellor
In the changed version, the
Honor Court clerk would be elect elected
ed elected in the fall for that semester and
become chancellor the next. The
clerk elected normally in the
spring would serve in that capa capacity
city capacity until the following fall when
he would become chancellor.
Thus, should the constitution constitutional
al constitutional revisions be accepted in this
Springs referendum, a clerk
would be elected each semes semester.
ter. semester.
The evaluation committee also
suggested that the five non-perm non-permanent
anent non-permanent justices be chosen from a
list of students who would be given
the opportunity to sign up for jury
duty rather than from the student
body at large.
Justices Temporary
The non permanent justic justices
es justices would still be appointed from
the list by the dean of student af affairs
fairs affairs to serve at one set of trials.
There would be a period of
PING-PONG
Dec. 20, 1960
UNITED
frats panhel
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SPE DIM)
PDT KD
KS A Chi O
SX Chi O
X Ph| ADPi
LXA Zeta
Pi Lam A E Phi
Pike
ATO
UNPLEDGED
Fiji PM Ep
Th CM THE
Beta Phi Tan
AEPi KA
SN SAE
Pi K Phi TEP
AGR AOPI
D Chi DPME
D Sig PM Mu
DU 8K

will carry these feelings into all our activities,
aiming them towards the goal for all men,
rather than ourselves.

time when incoming freshmen
and other students could sign up
if they were interested in serv serving
ing serving as non-permanent justices
sometime during their college
career.
The proposed Board of Manag Managers,
ers, Managers, an organized body to be es established
tablished established above the court to over oversee
see oversee the mechanics of Honor Court
procedure, was changed in title to
the Board of. Advisors, with the
Stipulation that they be concerned
only with the mechanics of ope operation.
ration. operation.
Advisors Names
The Board of Advisors would
consist of the presidents of Florida
Blue Key, the student body, Mor Mortar
tar Mortar Board, and the dean of men
and the dean of women.
Other suggestions made by
the judiciary review subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee were approved by the
evaluation committee.
These include having the jus justices
tices justices decide only the guilt or inno innocence
cence innocence of the accused, with penal penalties
ties penalties to be assigned by a penal
board.
Attorney General Retained
The office of attorney general
will be retained, with the attorney
general presenting all evidence in
the case.
The proposals as revised by
the Evaluation Committee,
chaired by Dean of Student Af Affairs
fairs Affairs Lester L. Hale, win now
come before the Constitutional
Revisions Committee, headed by
Bill Hamilton.
The Constitutional Revia i ons
Committee may pass upon these
recommendations or change them
further, before presenting them to
the Executive Committee of stu student
dent student government
The proposals in their final ap approved
proved approved form will be placed on the
ballot in the Feb. 4 elections for
ratification by tl\e student body.

Year's Last Hop Draws Dee-Jays

Local disc jockeys provided
Che entertainment for the final
Gator Hop of the semester, held
Saturday night in the Broward
Recreation Room.
The announcers, representing
radio stations WDVH, WGGG,
and WRUF, played records and
chatted for a group estimated
at over 1,000 by Gator Hop
Chairman Bil Piimey.

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MILLER MEN
SOUND OFF
FOR CADETS'
ROTC CAPER
The Glenn Miller Band, under
the direction of Ray McKinley,
will appear at this years Military
Ball.
The Miller Band was chosen aft after
er after a polling of all Air Force and
Army ROTC cadets gave them an
overwhelming majority over oth other
er other well known bands such as Les
Elgart, Buddy Morrow, and Bil Billy
ly Billy May.
The polling for the band by the
cadets is part of a new plan to
make the ball a campus wide af affair,
fair, affair, said chairman Ralph C.
Thompson, of the AFROTC.
Required wearing of uniforms
and the grand march will be dis dispensed
pensed dispensed with. This years program
has been streamlined to give the
most in dancing add entertain entertainment.
ment. entertainment.
The Ball will take place on
March 18th from 9 to 1 a. m. Tic Tickets
kets Tickets may be purchased by mem members
bers members of the ROTC program from
Flight and Company leaders: oth others
ers others may purchase tickets at the
information booth in front of the
hub during second semester.

Piimey stated that the turn turnout
out turnout was amazingly large con considering
sidering considering the fact that the
Greeks were having their
Christmas parties that week weekend.
end. weekend.
He promised that the hops
to be held next semester will
have even better record and
HawH music than the three
held to date.

We will be the first to admit that we dominate too much of our
own lives. Hut we resolve to try to remedy this self-centeredness and
devote our efforts to what is good for all mankind.
Star-spangle our Christmas tree, if you will, with the flags of all
nations you will soon be visiting. Ffom them, then can wewho
live in the land of plentylearn what it is to live in need.
Perhaps we may also learn that those things of wealth and pros prosperity
perity prosperity we hold dear are not the only things that matter. Yes, we have
been told that there are more important gifts available . with
your help wo may KNOW It as well.
In a word, Santa, bring us that which has made you Me envy
of the world: the spirit of giving instead of receiving; the spirit of
good will toward men, rather than toward ourselves; the spirit of in international
ternational international brotherhood which does not limit efforts to the homeland,
but crosses national boundaries; the spirit of learningof education educationwhereby
whereby educationwhereby we can do most to help those who are not quite so fortunate
as others; the spirit of undemtanding and wisdom, so that we might
know really who are the fortunate on the great scale of values.
Santa, these all boil down to the same gift . bring us the spirit
of Christmas, that concept Which people tell us is uhdefinatjle. We
know it isnt. . for we have outlined it herein. It is all we ask. With
it we resolve to turn all the succeeding new years into truly worth worthwhile
while worthwhile eras hill of worthwhile ends.
THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

HAIL OF FAME
a
Jn recognition for
service
to the student feodg of
the UNIVERSITY cf FLORIDA
a group of yj (eaefers;
has Wen claosew for tW
; HALL of FAME.

UF Hall of Fame selection for
1961 netted 37 new members from
those eligible students graduating
from any college, or the law, med medical
ical medical or a graduate school.
Comprising only one-half of one
per cent of those eligible, the in initiates
itiates initiates were chosen by a six-man
committee organized and advised
by non-voting member, Roger La-
Voie, Seminole editor (now on
leave of absence.)
Serving on the 1961 committee
were Dean of Women Mama Bra Brady,
dy, Brady, Dean of Men Frank T. Adams,
Dr. Fayette Earvin, administra administrative
tive administrative assistant to the University
president, and students Amelia
Mason, Norman Lipoff and David
Strawn.
Those receiving the honor and
their achievements were Cal
Adams, president Os several UF
organizations; Bill Ade, assistant
to the general chairman of Home Homecoming;
coming; Homecoming; Jim Alderman, outstand outstanding
ing outstanding service to the University on
many levels; and the late Buzz
Allen (killed by- lightning at Ar Army
my Army ROTC camp last summer),
Honor Court Clerk.
James Baur, regimental com commander
mander commander of Army ROTC; Allen
Bork, Gator Growl; Stephanie
Brodie, president of the Women*
Ad Frat Eyes '6l;
Names New Slate
Mike Donaldson will head the
UF chapter of Alpha Delta Sigma,
advertising fraternity, as presi president
dent president for the coming year.
Other new officers are Mal Malcolm
colm Malcolm Hall, vice president; Bob
Harris, secretary; Louis Ennis,
treasurer; and Charles Sauls, his historian.
torian. historian.
The fraternity acts as an ad advertising
vertising advertising agency tor the UF Ly Lyceum
ceum Lyceum Council and is in charge
of radio and television spots, news
stories and posters.
Advertising in Action Day heads
projects planned by ADS for next
semester. The program for the
day will include a complete ad advertising
vertising advertising project presented by
McCann-Errickson, the hugest ad* \
vertising agency in the United
States. a

Four Fagot This Edition

i Student Association; and Jos
? Chapman, administrative assist*
* ant to the president of the student
body.
8 Bill Crickenberger, director of
* 1960 Gator Growl; John Edmund*
1 son, Florida Blue Key Speakers
i Bureau; Linda Fischer, Womens
* Judiciary; Dick Forster, intramur intramur-1
-1 intramur-1 al athletics; and Steve Gardner,
former secretary of finance.
* Jean Haeseker, vice president of
Mortar Board; Jean Harrison,
president of Mortar Board; Dick
* Hebert, managing editor of the
r Alligator; Bill Hood, football cap*
1 tain; and Tom Henderson, for*
1 mer Blue Key president.
Jon Johnson, chairman of Stu*
l dents for Kennedy campaign; Ken
I Kennedy, president of the Univer*
' sity Religious Association; Robert
t Lane, womens dormitory activi activi*
* activi* ties; and Jim Larche, secretary of
* finance.
1 Buddy Mac Kay, president of the
1 John Marshall Bar Association;
Jim Moorhead, editor of the Al Al-1
-1 Al-1 ligator. Jon Moyle, general chair chairman
man chairman of 1961 Homecoming; and Ga*
vin OBrien, chancellor of the
1 Honor Court
Gene Page, scholarship and foot*
1 ball; Michael Pickering, scholar scholarship
ship scholarship and leadership in medical
school; Allen Poole, vice president
of the student body; and Ray.
Royce, former chairman of En Engineering
gineering Engineering Fair.
, Thom Rumberger, 1961 Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming publicity chairman and at at|
| at| tomey general of the Honor Court;
Susan Sager, music; Lynne Sa Sacrist,
crist, Sacrist, womens dormitory activi activities;
ties; activities; and Dick gtikelether, pre pre*
* pre* sidents cabinet and Honor Court.
Don Tuttle, student government
and publications work; Charley
Wells, administrative assistant to
the student body president; and
Wayne Williamson, president of
the Athletic Council and F Club.
In reference to proposed
Changes in standards of selection,
LaVoie, stated, Plans have been
made to establish permanent cri-'
teria for future selection of Hall of
Fame members.
LaVoie said that the Committee
did not feel the number was too
large in relation to the increased
amount of student activity.



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Editor-in-Chief : Jim Moorhead
Managing Editor H*bert
business Manager on J B **

EDITORIAL STAFF
Offics Manager: Eleanor Yeager
Francos Aidman. Carol Builef. Sue Allen Canthon.
Susan Enfio. Frii Estes, Lon Ferrii, Bobbie Ftoleek*
man. Horror Ooldstelo. Nancy Hooter. Larry Staffer.
Ben Harder, Bess Mayor, George Moore, Dan Stable,
Koran ehaehot.
SPORTS STAFF
Sport* Editor: Bill Buchaltor
Mba Goto, intromurols editor i Fron Worran, aporte
faotaresi Hobart Groan, Joek Horan. Jared LeboWjSote LeboWjSotemen
men LeboWjSotemen Bobbins. Sandy BoomiboL At Skofadek, Ed Witten.

The latest developments in student
publications, serve to emphasize the
need for improvement in certain phas phases
es phases of this vital area of student activity.
The unfortunate incident of the
-yearbook editors being dropped from
and subsequently being moved
to relinquish his editorship, along with
the Board of Student Publications re re"
" re" sultant action, revealed a rather
.. hazy nebulae of procedures through
which to deal with the situation.

M THE first place, there appar appar~
~ appar~ ently was no clear-cut procedure for
the Board to follow. No exact rules
. specify what is to be done when an
__ editor of any publication is forced to
leave school in mid-semester.
This is particularly disconcerting
as it applies to the Seminole since the
workload on that publication varies
in intensity and importance through throughout
out throughout the year.
Under the conditions, and in view
of the individuals and circumstances
concerned, the Board pirobably acted
in the best interests of everyone.

HOWEVER, in the long run, the
lack of a set of clear-cut rules of
procedure is a handicap since it makes
expedient arrival at a Judicious de decision
cision decision too dependent on the personali personalities
ties personalities and personal feelings which might
be involved at any given time.
_ In the second place, the rules gov governing
erning governing the Board are so vague as to
make it practically impossible to as ascertain
certain ascertain whether an editor of a student
publicationonce he has taken office
must remain a student in order to
continue in that capacity.
* *
NOW, it may be ridiculous to im imagine
agine imagine anyone BUT a student holding
one of these offices, but the potential
does existand it could be cleared up
by a simple statutory clarification.
Minute as the point may be, more
specific language would avoid any un unnecessary
necessary unnecessary and time-consuming wrang wrangling
ling wrangling over terminology.
Those with less inclination toward
hard and fast rules might contend that
a rigid outline of publications policy
would tend to put procedure into a
hidebound pattern of inflexibility inflexibilityleaving
leaving inflexibilityleaving no room for sympathy.
* *
WE SAY it is completely within
the basic aims and purposes of this
University to follow a policy in every

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Clear The Haze

Editorials

EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS
Mbry Ana Awtray, Nanay MykaL Fat Tenate.
BUSINESS STAFF
Assistant Business Mgr: Carl Griffith
Ai Salesmen: Joe Antbeay, Charles Abramson. Bab
Ferfclne, ABan DaLeaeh. Jim Eaernden. Sandy Mitchell.
BID MeGarltyi Advertising and Layout: Bonnie Goad*
staint Ciranlation Manager: Boy Watsont Classified Adat
Louisa Booths National Advertising Manager: Bon Both Bothstain
stain Bothstain i Office Manager: Jails MeCtarei Office Staff:
Carol Linger, Dottle MacDonald, DeEtte McFhcron. Jana
Miller, Jaa Watkins, Barbara Nessier, Moral Fttegfb*
beast Saheerigttea Maaager: Chris Liefrtad.

realm of student life that is firm yet
fair.
And, the various bodies of appeal
that dot the Universitys organization organizational
al organizational chart give evidence to the fact that
the administration is not without a
heart where individuals can show just
cause whenever their academic wel welfare
fare welfare comes at odds with other consid considerations.
erations. considerations.
* *
THE LOOSENESS that character characterizes
izes characterizes the governing regulations of stu student
dent student with
regard to the Board and where its dut duties
ies duties and powers lieis already under
study by the Dean of Student Affairs'
office. We cite the foregoing case as
one aspect that could stand some
tightening up.
[ We are proud of and grateful for
the spirit of freedom which prevails
toward publications run by students
on this campus.
*
WE ARE ALSO quite jealous of
this freedom and would vehemently
oppose any moves toward restricting
it.
But, we do feel the need for im improvement
provement improvement in certain phases of the
operations ... and we so specify.
Play It Safe
Please do NOT have a Merry
Christmas. .only. Rather, have a
SAFE Merry Christmas.
We hope each and every one of
you will enjoy the happiest holiday
season ever, but remember that you
can have fun and play it safe at the
same time.
* *
AND, especially to those of you
wholl be behind the wheel of an auto automobile
mobile automobile for the trip home and back,
we urge the utmost in care and cau cautionand
tionand cautionand regard and respect for the
other fellow.
A faculty member of long stand standing
ing standing here tells us he cant recall a Uni University
versity University of Florida Christmas recess
during which someone from the cam campus
pus campus wasnt killed or injured in an au automobile
tomobile automobile accident.
* A
THIS IS ONE UF record which
could well stand a screeching halt.
So, do your part. Wed like to see
ALL of you back in January.
Merry Christmas.

Tuesday, December 20,1960

That One Will Be Enrolled With U* Next Term/

QUOTES FROM QUINCY

Then, Theres The Time
Santa Couldnt Get Fed

By GARY PEACOCK
It always seemed odd how
Christmas comes about the
same time every year.
Take this year for instance.
m Unless it
If rains, it will
hB be on Decern Decernher
her Decernher 25 just
like last year.
if|B The only 6if 6ifj
j 6ifj ference is that
we had a kmg kmger
er kmger vacat 1o n
| last year.
Christ mas-
PEACOCK Um
season to be
jolly, according to a sign in.
front of the Campus Club. A lot
of people are jolly and then
there are those who got yellow
qards instead of registration
appointments.
* a
rrs THE TIME of year when
the Beta Woods are used for no nothing
thing nothing else . when Gainesville
merchants don't get to make
money off students . when
there are no parties at the
Peachtree Palace . when
Woody dosent take many pic pictures
tures pictures of students . when all
good Nu Nu Nus look at them themselves
selves themselves in mirrors at home .
Strange things happen at the
UF around holiday time.
The other day a fat man with
a red suit and long white beard
went in a local eatery and want wanted
ed wanted to get a check cashed. But
alas, he couldnt convince the
owners of the Cl that there was
a Santa Claus because he only
had one identification card.

* CAMPUS POLITICIANS are
real active, hoping that Jolly Old
Saint Park will smile on them.
Theyre a lot like children, but
they dont often nestle all snug
in their beds although visions of
spoiled sugarplums continually
dance in their mixed-up little
heads.
Everytime you turn on your
radio, you can hear a lot of
Christmas music. But even that
gets old after three weeks. Elvis
latest, Im no Santa, but Ill be

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Bro. Jack's Ist Mistake?

My FRED FROHOCK
Last week President-el*
ect John F. Kennedy appointed
his brother Robert to the post of
US Attorney General. Reporters
wrote that Bobby appeared ill
at ease at his brother's side
, when the announcement was
W4|,

He should
have. In fact, it
would have
been under understandable
standable understandable if he
had turned ru ruby
by ruby red and
withered slow slowly
ly slowly away to
nothing right
in front of
t h e. micro microphones
phones microphones just
FROHOCK thinking about
the delicate tasks ahead of him.
It is not really nepotism that
is the problem here. There will
of course beand in fact there
has beengreat weeping and
moaning over the fact that the
Kennedy family seems to be
present wherever one looks.

BUT THE dangerous aspect
of this whole affair is simply
and plainly the post of attorney
general and the role that it will
have to play in the next four
years.
There is, so the maid
viewing the remains of last
night's party, an unpleasant but
necessary job to be done, m this
case, the job is called Civil
Rights.
People for some reason always
underestimate the difficulty in involved
volved involved in any process of social
change. When the change is in inspired
spired inspired front the top end not gen
crated from the bottom of what
might be called the pyramidal
heirarchy of social power, than
the diffwaiiM can nonnnQy he

an Easter Bunny just for you un until
til until Thanksgiving, should.be on
the charts for & long time.

THEBE'S a definite rumor go going
ing going around that if the North Pole
version of the Man Thats Every Everywhere
where Everywhere gets sick, a bearded gen gentleman
tleman gentleman from Gainesville will
will throw gifts around from a
four-wheeled bicycle pulled by
eight motely colored reindogs.
The Faculty Discipline Com Committee
mittee Committee gave Sigma Nu an early
Christmas present a guaran guarantee
tee guarantee of the largest pledge class
on campus when school opens
next fall.
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ALLIGATOR EDITOR Jim
Moorhead said no names could
be mentioned in todays column,
but maybe if I wish him a Mer Merry
ry Merry Christmas hell cheer up and
let me expound of esoterioisms.
So a great big Merry Christ Christmas
mas Christmas ....
To Student No. 84343, who re rebers
bers rebers the date Dec. 1? .
To Bob Kent, the poor mans
superman ... To Roger La Voie
who, although here, is no longer
in existence ... To Herb Mc-
Caskill who quit drinking .
to Jumbo and Dennis who
didnt ... To Frog who never
will .
To John Laslie whose sister is
getting married Dee. 27 ... To
all the football players who
made All-State ... to those
who didn't ... To all my teach teachers
ers teachers who think Im lazy .
to teachers everywhere .
To the painter who spelled
Merri wrong at the cafe cafeteria
teria cafeteria
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TO EVERYBODY in Orienta Orientation
tion Orientation Group No. 98 whereever
they may be .
To everybody on the other
Side ... To Charley Wells
whose got his hat in the ring ..
to the ghost writer who writes
the Gators nice juicy gossip
column, In the Wind ... To
everybody who dosent know
whats coming off .
Yes, Virginia-and Florida, too
there is a Santa Claus .

expected to be magnified.

. WHEN THE US Supreme Court
for example, decided to. carry
sociological jurisprudence to
one of its logical conclusions in
1954 with the decision to integ integrate
rate integrate public schools, there were
xlealstic voices loud and clear
predicting that there would be
no trouble at all in implementing
the decision.
Unfortunately, their voices
failed to realize that the feelings
of the Supreme Court justices
were not in any sense of the
word the feelings of great num numbers
bers numbers of people in the South.
4
THE IMPORTANT POINT is
only that laws exist and will be
applied to situations composed
of factions intensely hostile to
the laws. The Delays in enforce enforcement
ment enforcement cannot be justified any
longer within the context of the
existing system of federal laws.
John Kennedy knows this.
Hes stated it often enough. The
time has simply arrived for the
Attorney General to take the
initiative in enforcing laws with within
in within the field of civil rights.
No matter who might have
been appointed to the post, It is
a fair certainty that the man
would have ended his time in of ofice
ice ofice as an unpopular figure. It
really cant be helped.

THE SITUATION as it now
stands unfortunately means that
this immense amount of antago antagonism
nism antagonism will be directed toward the
Kennedy name. The President Presidentelect
elect Presidentelect will not bs able to win
anything In 1964 without the
South, and with the appointment
of his brother as Attorney Gen General,
eral, General, there exists a fsir certain certainty
ty certainty that he will lose the South ov over
er over the neat four years.
It may have been Ms first

letters to the Editor ""

-3 'Students'
Soy 'Con It'
EDITOR:
We see absolutely no value in
this dictatorial regime we have
on campus where intellectually
minded students get to go play
soldier. It adds absolutely noth nothing
ing nothing to the strength of the coun country.
try. country.
If an all out nuclear war
were to break out tomorrow,
w are sure it would mean no nothing
thing nothing to America to have a
large pool of trained officers a available
vailable available from the ROTC pro program.
gram. program. Lets think of what is
best for America.
* *
BESIDES, think of all the
extra trouble it causes us. It
takes up practically all of our
extra time. Oh, well admit that
we do manage to find many
extra hours during the week
for parties, movies, bull ses sessions,
sions, sessions, etc.
But that's different. We get
some personal benefit from this.
But ROTC, why that would be
doing something for our country
. .for other people. Theres no nothing
thing nothing in it for us.
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AND ONE OTHER THING. It
does us no good, whatsoever, to
learn about all those silly wea weapons
pons weapons and how they operate. Col College
lege College students should make their
contribution to America through
Engineering, Physics, Chemis Chemistry,
try, Chemistry, etc.
Why, think of all the harm it
does us to gain a broader un understanding
derstanding understanding of modern warfare,
and of the weapons, organiza organizations,
tions, organizations, and' concepts that will be
used in fighting a war of tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. a
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THIS WILL BE of no benefit
to ourselves or our country. For
a stronger country, we urge
you, America, to dispense im immediately
mediately immediately with ROTC programs
in all colleges and universities.
Lets have zero ROTC. Re Remember
member Remember America, dont be pre prepared!
pared! prepared!
Those interested in a free
world,
J. STALIN, 2UC
A. HITLER, 3AS
N. KHRUSHCHEV, 4EG
FBK Bureau
Is Defended
i
EDITOR:
This letter is directed to Jack
Horan.
I am amazed that you can so
readily defy Florida Blue Key!
You are most certainly not bor bordering
dering bordering on blasphemy when you
request information from the
chapter as to its activities
through the Speakers Bureau.
Although your classification
as to college and year was not
that you are somewhat new to
the campus, or you might have
given in your letter to the Editor
of the Alligator, I must assume
that you are somewhat near to
the campus, or you might have
learned by now that Florida
Blue Key is merely a student
leadership society dedicated to
eerve the University of Florida,
and not a religious organization!
* *
FACETIOUSNESS aside, I ac accept
cept accept your criticisms Os past
Speakers Bureaus, both in a
personal capacity, and as a re representative
presentative representative of Florida Blue Key
The reasons for the old ap approach
proach approach were good ones, but the
reasons have changed, and with
them our approach must change.
It has.
Nothing is accomplished by
painting either & bleak, or a
rosy scene to a legislator. We
are not the people who cause
him to do what he does,' In re relation
lation relation to the University. In or order
der order to persuade a legislator, you
must persuade his electrorate.
This is precisely what we have
been attempting to do.
*
IN PERSUADING the citizens
of the state to help us with our
problems, we accomplish nothing
by telling them that all is woe.
They wonder why the devil we
ever let things reach that point!
If we choose to tell only of the
niceties of campus life, we lull
them into complacency.
Result, we tell them about
both.About what we have done,
the truly outstanding accomplish accomplishments
ments accomplishments of our institution, and
about what we could do with
their help.
We tell them that our class classrooms
rooms classrooms are crowded, that our
professors are not paid as much
as they would be in comparable
institutions, and that they can
help to correct the situation. In
doing this, we tell them the
truth about the University of
Florida. Do you ask for more?

HAVE WE been effective in
this approach? In the heart of
the book burning belt, one of
our speakers (not a member of
Florida Blue Key) gave his talk,
and afterwards, over half of the
audience stayed to discuss pos possible
sible possible means for solving some of
the problems to which the Speak Speaker
er Speaker had directed his talk.
They even went so far as to
speak of revisions in the state
tax structure to provide the
funds! Imagine that, in Senator
Rauls Hometown. If you need
more proof, let me provide you
with a list of our speakers so
that you can get Die information
first hand.
0 0 0
THE STUDENT BODY should

be informed about what the
Speakers are saying and doing.
I regret that we have no texts
of the speeches, that our speak speakers
ers speakers have individually prepared
to publish. A good public speech
is delivered from the mind, not
read from paper.
However, I am sure that we
can give you an opportunity to
look over some of the outlines
which our speakers have used
in their deliveries. If the Alli Alligator
gator Alligator would like to publish these
outlines, and any other informa information
tion information we have, they are most wel welcome
come welcome to do so.
But Jack, the only way for you
to REALLY be sure that we are
keeping our promises, is for
you to take a few days off from
school, and in one of our speak speakers
ers speakers on a long, hard, trip to Fort
Myers, or Miami, or Pensacola,
and listen to him give the best
of his efforts to telling a group of
citizens about the fine things we
have here, and the many things
we need.

THESE speakers recognize the
problems of the University com community,
munity, community, like you, but they are
giving of themselves to do some something
thing something about them.
Often, criticism is so easy, and
correction is so difficult.
Florida Blue Key has provid provided
ed provided an opportunity for interested
students to go out into the state
with our University story. I con congratulate
gratulate congratulate those who have sac sacrificed
rificed sacrificed to do this. The opportun opportunity
ity opportunity will be available again next
spring ... I hope that the res response
ponse response will be equally as impres impressive
sive impressive as this fall.
DAVE U. STRAWN
President, Florida Blue Key
Voluntary
Best Thing?
EDITOR:
After reading the latest mis missives
sives missives in the ROTC dispute, sev several
eral several things become clear:
(1) We need to discern be between
tween between the primary and subordi subordinate
nate subordinate functions of the University
and of education in general.
(2) We must realize that trim trimmings
mings trimmings and vested intere st s
should not obscure the real pur purpose
pose purpose of the University.
(3) The Administration has
not giveh attention to the facul faculty
ty faculty (AAUP) and 78 per cent of
the students in ROTC (1960 poll)
who are in favor of ROTC volun voluntarization.
tarization. voluntarization.
*
(4) THAT THE voluntarizing of
ROTC will be one of the biggest
issues in the coming campus el elections.
ections. elections.
(5) There is a valid argument
by many ROTC opponents, such
as Lawrence Learning, that RO ROTC
TC ROTC interferes with the primary
purpose of coming to the Uni University.
versity. University.
(6) If student sentiment grows
about this as it has in dozens up upon
on upon dozens of other colleges
across the nation, especially
since our profits are undepaid
and buildings inadequate, I
would not be surprised if ROTC
is made an elective next semes semester
ter semester
NAME WITHHELD
Jabri's Talk
Not All Facts
EDITOR,
An article in the Dec. 16 issue
has prompted me to write this
open letter to you and to the stu student
dent student body of the University of
Florida. The review was written
by Pat Tunstall and concerned
a speech made by Tarek Jabri,
visiting Public Liason officer for
the Arab States Delegation to
the United Nations.
He talked last Monday night
on American prestige in the Mid Middle
dle Middle East and pinned the usual
twin-pronged Arab excuse for
failure on Colonialism and Zion Zionism.
ism. Zionism.
My only purpose in this let letter
ter letter is to point out Mr. Jabris se several
veral several erroneous statement with
factual information that have
come to me through years of re research,
search, research, and several weeks in the
Middle East.
MR. JABRI told us that loss
of American prestige came with
the establishment of Israel in
1948 in what the Arabs consid consider
er consider their land. The real ques question
tion question involves is this Arab and
and has America loart prestige.
The Arab claim of all Pal Palestine
estine Palestine should be subject to ser serious
ious serious criticism by all thinking
individuals. A portion of Pales Palestine
tine Palestine was, Is, and will always re remain
main remain the Jewish Homeland.
In the Land of Abraham, Is Isaac,
aac, Isaac, and Jacob, the Jews estab established
lished established their Kingdom and flour flourished
ished flourished before succombing to the
overwhelming might of the Ro Romans.
mans. Romans.
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FROM THE Holy land,
the Jews gave birth to Christian Christianity,
ity, Christianity, and extended to its new
offspring the basic moral ten tenets
ets tenets through which we still con conduct
duct conduct our lives.
The Arab claim of all Pales Palestine,
tine, Palestine, or throw the Jews into
the sea stands rather meekly
compared to the justified moral
and legal claims of the Jews.
The state of Israel has been
established for twelve years, and
in that time has turned the Mid Middle
dle Middle Eastern desert into a garden
of Eden despite Arab infiltrat infiltrators
ors infiltrators and armed bands of cut cutthroats.
throats. cutthroats.

NOW, HAS America lost pres-

tige in the Middle East? The
facta say no! The peaceful Ara Arabic
bic Arabic states of Lebanon and Jor Jordon
don Jordon are more solidly in the wes western
tern western camp than ever before. The
same is true of oil drenched Sau Saudi
di Saudi Arabia. Iraqs Kassem has
held the front against Red in influence.
fluence. influence.
Only the United Arab Repub Republic
lic Republic (Syria and Egypt) has
shrugged the west for the ham hammer
mer hammer and sickle of the Soviet Un Union,
ion, Union, The entire cotton crop of
the United Arab Republic is
mortgaged for years in advance
to the Communists to help pay
for the huge quantities of arms
purchased from the Soviet bloc.

THESE FACTS dont match
the charges made by Mr. Jabri.
Jews have an established right
to part of Palestine as approved
by the United Nations. America
and the west have not lost pres prestige
tige prestige except in the Red tinged
UAR.
Further, Mr. Jabris state statement
ment statement that Communism will
advance in the Arab states is
entirely fallacious. Gamel Ab Abdel
del Abdel Nasser, the UAR answer to
Germanys Hitler, is in so deep
economically with the Commun Communist
ist Communist bloc, it would take a miracle
to pull him out.
* *
FINALLY, Mr. Jabri labels
the charge of Colonialism on the
west. Colonialism has occured,
yes, but not to the detriment of
the Arabic people. Arab oil drill drilled
ed drilled by British and .American
companies has added millions to
the treasuries of the Arab na nations.
tions. nations.
Instead of using this capital
for the benefit of the poverty
stricken masses, Arab shieks
have preferred to continue in
the ancient tradition of building
bigger palaces and enlarging
their harems.
The Arabic people are not
different from any others, but
providence will not favor them
until their present dictators are
deposed, and responsible dem democratic
ocratic democratic government is establish established.
ed. established.
HOWARD HOLLANDER
4AS Political Science
LaVoie Stays
To Help Out
EDITOR
This letter is in reference to
the article appearing in last Fri Fridays
days Fridays edition of the Alligator,
about the change of positions on
the Seminole.
It has concerned me as to the
interpretation of that article, by
many, since I am still in the
capacity of Managing Editor of
the yearbook, and am only re receiving
ceiving receiving the mail and other such
editoral business for the remain remainder
der remainder of the semester, as a safe safeguarding
guarding safeguarding formality, since Roger
LaVoie is of the most full and
complete knowledge of the book.
*
THE 1961 Seminole, with Ro Rogers
gers Rogers leadership, has held close closely
ly closely to all deadlines and la now
approximately two months ahead
of the normal schedules of pre previous
vious previous yearbooks.
Due to the extreme concern
and interest for the book, Roger
has done a great deal of travel- .
Ing and public relations work for
the book, and felt it to be of the
best interests to stay out of
school for the rest of the semes semester.
ter. semester.
*
ALTHOUGH not in school,
Roger will remain here to ad advise
vise advise me with the work while
I am filling in and he is return returning
ing returning to school in the spring to
complete the book.
I am grateful to Roger for his
staying on here to see that the
next month will continue to run
smoothly and we will both see
to it that the 1961 Seminole will
be distributed,nearly as early as
we had originally planned.
* *
THE LEAVE of absence re requested
quested requested by Roger and fully sup supported
ported supported by the Board of Student
Publications is safe guarding
not only Roger and myself, but
the yearbook as well, and so
that he may be available to see
that no further complications
arise.
I hope that the understanding
between Roger and myself is
clear to all concerned because
his knowledge is invaluable ami
his interest unquestionable both
with the Seminole and with the
University of Florida as well.
With all this behind, we both
feel that the 1961 Seminole will
be an important one and the best
ever.
Thank you,
BONNIE BUTLER
Managing Editor
Group 96?
Howboutus?
EDITOR:
Orange ( Peel and Alligator
writers are UNFAIR to Orien Orientation
tation Orientation Groups Numbers 1,2,
3,4, 5,6, 7,8, 9, 10, 11, 12,
13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21,
22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30,
31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39,
40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48,
49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57,
58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 66, 66,
67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75,
76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84,
85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 98,
94, 96. 97, 98, 99, 100, Id, 102,
103, 104, 105, 106, 107, 108, 109,
110, 111, 112, 113, U 4, 115, 118,
117, 118, etc., etc., etc., etc.
Signed,
Members of groups other
than No. 98



I
TUNSTALL

(EDITOR'S pow(EDITOR'S NOTE: As
she Honor Court prepares
for o new semester with o
clean slate for the. first
time in two years, this re report
port report on how the new sys system
tem system functions and operates
is published.)
By PAT TUNSTALL
Gator Editorial Assistant
Vicious courtroom legal battles
and anxiously tense witnesses for
the defense dont fit the Hqnor
Court picture.
Its not like a mystery story,
with surprise witnesses and sud sudden
den sudden victories with a clerk keeping

Gym Jammed With Bikes;
Phys. Ed. College Hosts
Vehicles Through Break

Free storage space for bicy bicyclea
clea bicyclea over the Christmas holidays
is being offered for the first time
by the College of Physical Educa Education.
tion. Education.
Students may store their bikes
In the recreation room of Florida
Gymnasium, according to John
Flynn, chairman of the On-Cam On-Campus
pus On-Campus Housing Committee. Flynn

Fifth Year Trip To Nassau Set

The Florida Union Board, in
cooperation with other colleges
announced its fifth annual tour
of Nassau.
Reservations for the trips6s
be made in Room 315 of
Gator Band Records
New UF Song Album
The Gator Band will issue
a new record album of UiF songs
the first of the year, Assistant Di Director
rector Director Richard W. Bowles an announced
nounced announced this week.
That is the target date, Bowles
said, for a new hi-fi LP of songs
to replace the outdated album of
YB's issued in 1950.

Age Plays Havoc As Fat Man Faces Annual Chimney-Dipping Dilemma

se/leR,

That'll Teach That Fat Clown To Jump
Around on The Roof in The Middle of The Night.


IIF Honor Court Not Like in The Movies

made the arrangements for the
service.
Students may take their bikes
to the Gym from 1:30 p. m. until
5 p. m. today and from 9 a. m. un until
til until 5 p. m. Wednesday.
Stop Thefts
Flynn saiid the service was be being
ing being offered because each year ma-

the Florida Union with a non nonrefundable
refundable nonrefundable deposit of $25. The
balance is to be paid by February
8.
A special rate of $55 is pro provided
vided provided for those wishing to join
the tour in Miami at the S.S.
Bahama Star, Pier 3.
A bus will leave the Union on
campus at 12:05 a.m. March 31,
arrive in Miami at 9:30 a.m.
All passengers must be reported
on board by 4 that afternoon.
The ship will arrive in Nassau
at 8 a.m., April 1 and begin the
return trip at 5 pun. the following
day.

score for both sides, according to
Thom Rumberger, attorney gen general.
eral. general. 1.
The court is not strictly an ad adversary
versary adversary court, with one attorney
striving to pick holes in anothers
defense, though the potential is
there.
The court is conducted as a ser service
vice service to the students.
For the first time in two years,
according to Dick Stikelether, a
backlog of cases has been com completed
pleted completed so there are now no cases
pending. Any violations this se semester
mester semester will be tried second se semester.
mester. semester.
Must View Old
To really appreciate the effi efficiency
ciency efficiency of the new system, said
Stikelether, you would have to
have seen the old one.
The new system, with the recent recently
ly recently installed attorney general and

staff, has an individual investiga investigation
tion investigation of each students case made
by a staff member.
. Recommendations for further in investigation
vestigation investigation or dismissal are then
sent to Chancellor Gavin OBrien,
who has sole power to determine
whether or not the case comes to
trial.
The former system used one of
the 13 justices to investigate each
case and then present it in court.
Experience Counts
Often an inexperienced justice
would be faced by one with much
experience. The new system of offers
fers offers each defendant equally
trained attorneys supporting and
opposing him.
When a student is suspected of
Honor Court violation, both the at attorney
torney attorney generals office and the de defense
fense defense counsel office conduct in investigations.
vestigations. investigations. The files of each

ny vehicles are stolen during the
Christmas vacation.
He cited Dean D. K. Stanley of
the College of Physical Education
for his cooperation in the project.
Neither the College of Physi Physical
cal Physical Education nor Student Govern Government
ment Government can accept any responsibil responsibility
ity responsibility for any vehicle which might
be stolen from the gym, Flynn
said.
Locked in Gym
He added his committee was
taking every precaution and the
bicycles should be much safer
locked in the gym than scattered
about campus.
To get the bicycles in the re recreation
creation recreation room students must go
around the outside of the gymnas gymnasium
ium gymnasium and enter through the door
that opens onto the old track
field.
A student government official
will be on hand to store the
cycles. Students should not ride
the bicycles into the gym, accord according
ing according to Flynn.
All vehicles must be removed
from the gym by 5 p. m. Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, Jan. 5. Physical educat ion
classes and intramural teams use
the room after the holiday*

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group are open to the other, so
there is no chance of the dra dramatic
matic dramatic surprise witnesses.
He explained that the Court be believes
lieves believes there is an honor system,
and that violators should be pun punished.
ished. punished.
We can be lenient, if there are
extenuating circumstances, he
said.
The Courts philosophy is that it
should be operated not as an in indicting
dicting indicting body, but as one which of offers
fers offers justice to those involved in
violations, through complete in investigation
vestigation investigation and fair trial.
If a student is suspected of vio violating
lating violating the Honor System, he is
usually warned by a fellow stu student
dent student or professor.
The attorney generals office, de defense
fense defense counsel and administration
are then notified.

Analysis Grow
Airs UF Gripes,
Stresses Wages
(Continued from Page ONE)
The Inter-Fraternity Council
is also helping with this program.
One of the main features of the
bureau will be to initiate Proj Project
ect Project Ought To Write which will
be in the form of letters written to
legislative representatives.
The delegates are instructed that
upon arrival home they are to find
out the names of the P-TA presi presidents
dents presidents in their area and the presi presidents
dents presidents of other organizations which
would be interested, such as civic
and service organizations. This
would include womens clubs such
as the League of Women Voters.
They are to stress that, unless
a higher budget for state universi universities
ties universities is approved, the higher edu education
cation education system might collapse or
fewer and fewer people will be
able to go to college because of a
lack of qualified teachers, build buildings,
ings, buildings, and other facilities.
Statistics show that Florida
ranks 19th of 22 states in a survey
by last year's committee in ex expenditure*
penditure* expenditure* for higher education.
Among the 50 states it ranks 40-
th in these expenditures.
Florida spends less per capita
on higher education than. 5 of our
11 Southeastern states, and yet,
Florida has the highest per cap capita
ita capita income in the Southeast.
The Student Education Analy Analysis
sis Analysis Committee and its 50 represen representatives
tatives representatives hope to make more peo people
ple people aware of these statistics over
the Christmas holidays.

By KEN FISCHER
"This the season to be jolly,
you say as you lie snugly in
your bed on Christmas Eve
thinking of Christmas trees, jin jingle
gle jingle bells, your favorite girl* zen,
wondering if you brushed your
teeth, and anticipating that long
awaited visit from jolly Saint
Nick.
But, little do
you realize the
trouble this ; gj
pudgy little /
gook goes to- T
each year to LCS.K
put joy into j
your heart. / J
Ah, the thrill \/W>/
to open pres- 'W V
ents on Christ-
mas Morning.
you spy the FISCHER
package with your name gaily
inscribed thereon. I wonder
what old fuzzy face brought me
this year? You shout as you
utterly demolish the brightly
colored wrappings. The paper
falls to the floor in shreds
while you beam at the gift.
Just what I wanted. A pack
of beer-flavored chewing gum!
Definitely a. touching picture.
Theres Auntie Zekia with her
new mink sweatshirt; and grand grandma
ma grandma is simply elated about her

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Decor Spreads
At Union Party
Students raise cane at
the annual Florida .Union
decoration parties on
Dec. 8 and 9. Sponsored
by the Special Projects
Committee of the Florida

war surplus mess kit. Sister Sue
is swooning over her autograph autographed
ed autographed picture of King Farouk.
Did you ever really think of
where these things came from?
Well, Santa Claus, of course, but
who in hell is Santa Claus? Did
you ever see him in the grubby
flesh? I did. Day before yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. And he is grubby. And no
wonder. Do you know how old
he is?
Hes been doing the toy de delivering
livering delivering gig for 840 years and on
top of that he didnt start until
he was 85.
He has had to replace *3B
teams of reindeer in that time.
Can you imagine, Prancer
xxxvm Besides you can't
just walk into any dime store
and buy a magic reindeer that
can fly. Must be heartbreaking,
too.
Do you know how many lit little
tle little brats he has to deliver toys
to? At least 180 million . in 8
hours. Man, thats a busy scene.
One year he got sick, but felt
that he couldnt disappoint all
those kids so he went anyway.
He didnt realize he was spread spreading
ing spreading germs. That was the yaar of
the Black Plague.
So, this year when you and
your family are gathered around
the Christmas tree opening pre presents,
sents, presents, remember its hell too
be Santa Claus.

' r Vaster 1

Tie attorney general, or one of
the three assistants begins an in investigtaion
vestigtaion investigtaion by talking to witness witnesses
es witnesses and collating tests until some
evidence is obtained.
Report to Chancellor
A report is then sent to Chan Chancellor
cellor Chancellor Gavin OBrien, containing
all the facts discovered and includ including
ing including a recommendation that the in investigation
vestigation investigation either be continued or
dismissed on the grounds of inade inadequate
quate inadequate evidence.
The defense counsel also re receives
ceives receives a letter informing him that
the student is suspected, and the
student is notified by members of
the JMBA team of law students
that counsel is available to him.
. If the student accepts the JMBA
counsel, that group then conducts
its investigation.
If the chancellor decides that

Union Board* the event
from 3 to 6 p.m. each day
featured refreshments of
hot chocolate. The Christ Christmas
mas Christmas tree, Bryan Lounge,
Johnson Lounge, the social
room and the front of the
Florida Union building re received
ceived received the decorative at attention
tention attention of this group.

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the case should come to trial, he
sets a docket date (trial date).
The witnesses and attorneys are
informed of this date.
On the Tuesday or Wednesday
before the trial, said Rumberger,
a meeting of the attorneys, open
to the suspect and witnesses, is
held.
Here, the cases are discussed so
that attorneys for both sides are
familiar with the witnesses to be
called and the facts to be present presented.
ed. presented.
Plea Ascertained
The plea of the suspect is also
ascertained. If he pleads guilty,
then the witnesses are notified
that they need not appear. The
suspect is then punished by the
Court
The Court, once a suspect has
been brought to trial, has the pow pow(EDITOR'S

Efficiency Move
Unifies Finances

(EDITOR'S NOTE: This
is Hit loti in a series of
progress reports on Hie,
activities of various secre secretaries
taries secretaries in student govern government.)
ment.) government.)
By MARY ANNE AWTREY
Gator Editorial Assistant
A reorganized accounting sys system
tem system and the hiring of a permanent
bookkeeper-typist has put the Sec Secretary-Treasurers
retary-Treasurers Secretary-Treasurers office in a more
stable position this year.
In the past, student govern government
ment government and University financial pro produres
dures produres dkl not coincide, said Jim
Larche, secretary-treasurer. By
hanging our forms and system and
aligning them with those Os the
University/ we are eliminating
waste and misunderstanding.
Financial Liaison
Larche serves as financial liai liaison
son liaison officer between student gov government
ernment government and all subsidiary
organizations receiving financial
support under the student body
budget. Much routine work of
keeping records and processing
financial forms is involved.
Larche works with Charley Bar Barnes,
nes, Barnes, secretary of finance, in draw drawing
ing drawing up the agenda for meetings of
the Legislative Committee on Bud Budgets
gets Budgets and Finance. All requests
from organizations financed by
student government must be ap approved
proved approved by this committee.
Guards Property
The secretary-treasurer also acts

Twas Tha Night Bafora Christmas
And Santa Clans Diad.. /

er of issuing penalty hours and the
power of expulsion.
If a student wishes, he may ap appeal
peal appeal the decision of the Court to
the Faculty Disciplinary Commit Committee.
tee. Committee. Riumburger referred to the
Committee as an appellate court*
of the Honor System.
A new regulation says the
Court can recommend that at the
successful completion of work for
his degree, the students Honor
Court offense be stricken from his
official record.
This decision is left to the dis discretion
cretion discretion of the University adminis administration.
tration. administration.
We have two major functions
now, stated Rumberger, to pre present
sent present the facts clearly and to offer
explanation of the mitigating as aspects
pects aspects of each case.

a custodian of ail physical pro property
perty property of student government and
subsidiary organisations. Larch#
has sent out inventory forms to all
departments involved; the pro property
perty property inventory will be completed
in the next few weeks.
Among his other duties, Larche
serves as the representative Os the
Honor Court Chancellor to the
Florida Union Board of Managers
for which he acts as a member oi
the Charter Revisions Committee.
Traffic Court
An audit of the traffic court has
been planned by L&rche. The traf traffic
fic traffic court collects from five to six
thousand dollars each year In fines
for minor violations. This money
goes into the student government
fund, while money from all spend spending
ing spending tickets goes to the city of
Gainesville.
Charley Barnes is chairman of
the Legislative Committee on Bud Budgets
gets Budgets and Finance, which handles
all monetary items In the $400,000
per year student government op operation.
eration. operation.
This committee twice reviews
all money spent in student govern government
ment government operation once when the
equest for funds is made, and then
after the expenditure report is
made.
The committee meets every two
weeks, handling almost one thou thousand
sand thousand dollars worth of business at
each meeting.

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FHt SPORTS HUB
1960 Looked
Good to Gators
By BILL BUCHALTER
Alligator Sports Editor

1960 revisited.
' Like the traditional wedding song the 1960 sports scene at the
US carries the theme of something old, something new, something
borrowed and something blue.
ir Coach Dave Fuller led his basebollers to another berth in the
*riot 4 NCAA baseball tournament last spring. This is old hat to
ler who annually fields a conference contender.
Coach Ray Graves entered the scene from Georgia Tech. He was
biand new at the head coaching game but his 13-year tenure under

Bobby Dodd held him in good stead and he led
the new Gators to an amazing 8-2 record and sec second
ond second place in the SEC.
Graves borrowed Pepper Rodgers from the
Air Force Academy, Jack Green from Tulane,
John Donaldson from Jesup, Ga., and Gene Ellen Ellenson
son Ellenson from the business world to help build his
conference power.
And the 1960 Gator basketballers close their

Sloan

an Olympic berth by pole vaulting 15-3% at the
tryouts.
Norman Sloan became the new UF cage
coach and he responded with a hustling, fast fastbreaking
breaking fastbreaking outfit that will cause its share of trou trouble
ble trouble before the season concludes.
' Ray Graves, as mentioned before, became
the hew coach, and with him came the afore aforementioned
mentioned aforementioned 8-2 mark.

2, And included in that remarkable record which
was established despite the fact that loop experts figured the Gators
ho better than ninth, are the following:
A brilliant come-from-behind win over Georgia Tech 18-17 in
which Lindy Infante made the greatest three-yard run of his career
And honest Jon Maceth caught a two-point conversion pass from
Jjarry Libertore for the win.
? An impossible 13-10 comeback victory over Louisiana State which
featured Billy Cashs clutch field goal kicking and Libertores 66-
yard run on the last play from scrimmage.
Scoring two touchdowns against Georgia before the Bulldogs of
Dually Butts could run one offensive play.
Shutting out Miami 18-0 for the first Hurricane whitewashing
jrtnce LSU turned the trick early in 1958.
And who can forget all the honors bestowed upon the 1960 teams.
Z Graves was named coach of the year in two different papers and
Came in fifth in the national poll. Vic Miranda and Pat Patchen both
Were named to the All-American honorable mention list and made
numerous All-SEC clubs. Patchen also was named the states out outstanding
standing outstanding senior, barely edging out his husky teammate.
Lil lightnin Libertore also made off with soph of the year honors
and all conference recognition. Bob (the Mover) Hoover also was
named to the first year club.


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winter campaign against something Diue, uie
Duke Blue Devils in the new Jacksonville coli coliseum.
seum. coliseum.
But lets regress to all the happy athletic
moments of 1960.
And there were many of them.
Behind the hitting of sophomore sensation
Ron Overcash -and Perry McGriff and the pitch pitching
ing pitching of Don McCreary* Pullers baseballers won
the eastern division ojt the SBC.
Track star Henry Wadsworth narrowly missed

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By MIKE GORA
Gator Mural Editor
Sports-talk Jargon like thrill-a-minute and pressure pressurepacked
packed pressurepacked are words which most sports writers use to de describe
scribe describe exciting football or baseball games.

At the UF, these words may al also
so also apply to Intramural table-ten table-tennis
nis table-tennis matches.
Through the years it has be en
the team with the most compe competitive
titive competitive spirit which pulls through in
the clutch amidst the pandamon pandamonium
ium pandamonium in the basement of the Florida
Gym.
Fever Pitch
This year competition has been
at a fever pitch. Lambda Chi Alp Alpha
ha Alpha has already copped the trophy
in the Blue league while in the Or Orange.
ange. Orange. Aplia Epsilon Pi has mo moved
ved moved into the finals against their
r- 1
1960 ALL CAMPUS
TABLE TENNIS TEAM
Judy Beasley, AXO
Barbara Bricklin, AEPhi
John Cornell, PGD
Chick Dominique, DTD
Jerry Faloona, LXA
Sue Michael, DPhiE
Francisco Montana, KS
Paul Orseck, TEP (Co-cap (Co-captain)
tain) (Co-captain)
Pete Rapp, AEPi
Barbara Roman, DG
Jimmy Shaffer, SAE (Co (Cocaptain)
captain) (Cocaptain)
HONORABLE MENTION
Terry Sprott, LXA
Glen Holiman, DTD
Larry Kleinfled, TEP
Howie Rosen, TEP
Bobby Schwabe, PGD
Ed Polltzer AEP

§
! Bowl Winners Picked (
By BILL BUCHALTER
Gator Prognosticator §
Its prediction time and a Merry Christmas and a cool |
| yule to all you football fans. 5
I GATOR BOWL. .Florida over Baylor, .say 28-14 in an |
| offensive thriller. Libertore, Patchen and Miranda to spark |
i the Gators. s
ORANGE BOWL. .Navy over Missouri. .Joe Bellino will |
s be tough to stop on land, even if hes a gob. Hal Spooner will =
* also prove equally rough to defend. Missous Danny Laose is s
| All-American timber though. A dose one, say 20-14. |
SUGAR BOWL. .Rice over Ole Mass. .My upset. The Owl |
| line to manhandle mighty Ole Miss 14-7 with the King boys on j
S top. Q
ROSE BOWL. .1 hate to pick this one but Ive got to go with =
| Minnesota. The Gophers to avenge last years Big Ten debacle J
= 20-13. I
COTTON BOWL. .Arkansas in a 20-7 win over the Blue |
1 Devils. Broyles bombers are tough in bowl competition.
Thanks sportin fans for following me this fall. My prog- j
1 nostications are at an end. (Thank God).
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WIN 'ALL-STAR' AWARDS

The quality of next year's UF
freshman football team was quick quickly
ly quickly demonstrated this week as sev seven
en seven boys recently signed to schol scholarships
arships scholarships were awarded honors in
post-season polls.
All seven of them made the all allstate
state allstate high school team and three
of that number were selected to
the all-southern honorable men mention.
tion. mention.
Bud Wdliams, 1 6-0 185 quarter quarterback
back quarterback frmTallahassee, Max Billin Billinski,
ski, Billinski, a 6-0, 200 center from Monti Monticeiio,
ceiio, Monticeiio, and Steve Long, a 6-4, 215
tackle from North Miami were
accorded the double honor.
Williams made first team a 11-
state, while Long and Bilhnski
were second team choices.
Larry DujJree, a 6-0, 190 pound
halfback from Macclenny, also
made the first team all-state. Bill
Burroughs, a 6-2 210 pound guard guardfullback
fullback guardfullback from St. Petersburg Sen Senior
ior Senior was another second team
choice.
"Third team all-state members in-
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Tau Epsilon Phi or Delta Tan
Delta.
The Lambda Chi's edged Phi
Gamma Delta 3-2, but it to ok
some clutch play by Jerry Fa Faloona
loona Faloona in the deciding match to
insure the victory and deny the
the Phi Gam's of their second
trophy within a week.
Phi Gm had previously clin clinched
ched clinched the tennis cup hi the Blue
Loop.
In the Orange League, AEPi, led
by Ed Potlitzer and Pete Rapp
showed that they have what it
takes in the clutch as they defeat defeated
ed defeated PI Lambda Phi 3-2 to move in into
to into the finals against the winner of
the TEP-Delt match.
Previously Beaten
The AEPis had previously beat beaten
en beaten Beta Theta Pi and Phi Kappa
Tau.
The TEPmen, last years Or Orange
ange Orange League table tennis cham champions,
pions, champions, met the Belt's in the semi semifinal
final semifinal round of the single elimina elimination
tion elimination tourney Monday but the re results
sults results were not available at press
time.
The Delts and the TEP's each
have two wins to their credit. The
Delts under the direction of table
tennis manager John Treadwell,
have posted wins over Theta Chi
and Sigma Nu.
The TEPs guided by regulars
Paul Orseck, Larry Kleinfeld, and
Howie Rosen, have defeated Kap Kappa
pa Kappa Sigma and Sigma Alpha Epsil Epsilon.
on. Epsilon. Tennis star, Jim Shaffer was
outstanding for SAE.

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Wide-Open Ball;
Offensive Show
In Gator Bowl
By TOM DIAZ
Gator Sports Writer
Offensive football will be the
byword in the Gator Bowl tussle
between Floridas Gators and Bay Baylors
lors Baylors Bears on Dec. 31.
A pro type offense, featuring
plenty of passing by Baylors fine
quarterbacks Ronnie Stanley and
Bobby Ply, will be pitted against
Florida's rugged running game.
Former Colt Asst.
Baylor coach John Bridges, for formerly
merly formerly an assistant with the pro professional
fessional professional Baltimore Colts, has
drilled his charges in wide-open
football, and has in Stanley, who
led the Southwest Conference with
over 1400 passing yards, and Ply,
two field generals who can pass
with the best.
Other Baylor hacks slated to see
action is the gridiron contest are
Ronnie Bull and Ronnie Goodwin.
Bull was a member of the All
SWC*team and is a 9-8 sprinter.
UF coach Ray Graves will rely
on the running of Larry Libertore
and backs Dick Skelly and Do n
Goodman to counter the flashy
Baylor passing offense.
Hoover Doubtful
An injured ankle has kept the
status of hack Bob Hoover in doubt
for the moment. Hoover injured
the ankle in the late stages
of Fridays drills.
Drills are on tap for the Gators
through Wednesday of this week
and will resume on Dec. 26. Mean Meanwhile,
while, Meanwhile, tickets for the game are
still available in Jacksonville and
at the UF ticket office.
r_$EC roundup|
Unbeotens
Fall Fast |
By JACK HORAN
Gator Sports Writer
Two Southeastern Conference
powers Auburn and Vanderbilt
are the only unbeaten teams- re remaining
maining remaining after three weeks of bas basketball.
ketball. basketball.
Auburn has a hold on a 4-0 mark,
but its highly possible that it
might be snatched away with
rugged foes like Georgia Tech
and Tennessee on the prowl.
Tigers Wiggle
The Tigers wiggled past a deter determined
mined determined Virginia Tech five, as bro brother
ther brother Alabama bopped Baylor 72-
55 in the Birmingham Classic.
Vandy stayed untarnished and
made doubly sure they would as
they subdued an anemic Rice
club, 70-44.
Southern Methodist pulled the
proverbial rug from under previou previously
sly previously spotless Tulane, by the score
of 83-67.
Florida was beaten badly
according to Coach Norman Sloan
as they received a sound 93-74
thumping from rival Miami.
Shiver Muffled
Hawkeyed Bobby Shiver, who
hasnt plunked in less than 18
points per game, was muffled by
a razor-like Cane defense. High
for the Gators was CFF Luyk with
At one point in the carnage,
Miami led by a gaping 33 mark markers.
ers. markers.
In other league frays, Louisi Louisiana
ana Louisiana State outscored Texas Tech,
73-69, in the final seconds of play.
Neighbor Mississippi got dumped
by Loyola Os New Orleans 64-60,
while Miss. State trounced Murray
State 94-81.
In the battle of the Bruisers,
North Carolina State won over
Georgia Tech and All-American
Dave Kaiser, 82-76.
Star Linemen Sign
Three outstanding linemen
inked grant-in-aids with the UF
this past weekend to up the num number
ber number of future Gators to 32.
David Carter, 6-2, 215-pound
guard from Baylor Prep of Chat Chattanooga,
tanooga, Chattanooga, Tenn., Dennis Murphy,
6-3, 253-pound tackle from Cairo,
Ga., and Ken Werth, 6-2, 190-
pound end from Kingsport, Tenn.,
joined the ranks of Florida foot footballers.
ballers. footballers.
Carter was named to the All-
Southern team and All-State prep
school eleven. Murphy made the
Atlanta Journal-Constitution class
AAA All-State team. Werth was
second-team All-State and All-Con All-Conference
ference All-Conference for Dobbyns-Bennett High
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Coats, Gators, Jackets,
Combine With Devils,
Dolphins In Tournament

By ROBERT GREEN
Gator Sports Writer
Fresh from a 93-74 drubbing at
the hands of the Miami Hurri Hurricanes,
canes, Hurricanes, the UF basketball team
could find the going even tougher
when they take on the Duke Blue
Devils in the Jacksonville Coli Coliseum
seum Coliseum Wednesday night.
The game is the second half of
a basketball doubleheoder in the
brand-new, 10,000 seat area. The
first game features Jacksonville
University and Georgia Southern.
Undefeated Duke
Undefeated Duke features 6-9
Doug Kistler and 6-6 Howard Hurt
plus nine, other returning letter lettermen.
men. lettermen. Vic Bubass crew had a 17-
11 season last year and wen. to
the NCAA Regional Playoffs after
winning the Atlantic Coast Confer Conference
ence Conference Tournament.
Sophomore Art Heymen is an another
other another standout for Bubas veteran
outfit.
The Gators return to the Col Coliseum
iseum Coliseum the following week to take
part in the 10th annual Gator
Bowl Basketball Tourna me n t
which will be played on Decem December
ber December 28, 29, and 30. Others enter entered
ed entered are FSU, Georgia, Georgia
Tech, Jacksonville University,
and Navy.
Navy and Tech will be idle the
first day, while the Gators, play
JU, and FSU meets Georgia. Tech
takes on the winner of the latter
game on Dec. 29, while the Naval
Academy meets the UF-JU win winner.
ner. winner.

Frosh Rally to Trip Chipola;
Morton Pares Way With 22

The Baby Gator Basketball team
ripped off their fourth win in a
row with the help of a last half
rally to beat Chipola Junior Col College
lege College last Thursday in Marianna,
65-56.
Coach Jim McCachrens cagers
will get almost a month off before
they face their next foe, the same
Chipola team. The game will be
played in Gainesville Jan. 11 as
the preliminary to the UF-Mi UF-Miami
ami UF-Miami game.
The frosh had to come from be behind
hind behind in the game as they trailed
37-30 after the first twenty minutes
of play. A 35-19 second half, how however,
ever, however, gave them the win.
Paul Morton hit for 22 points to
lead the way, while Taylor Stokes
had 13, and playmaker Bob Pater Paterson,
son, Paterson, 12.
The freshmen now have a 4-1
record. Their lone loss was to
PAUL MORTON
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The winner will be decided on
the 30th. Tech, led by All-Ameri All-American
can All-American Roger Kaiser, is the pre pretournament
tournament pretournament favorite. Navy also is
ranked high. Georgia, a three
time winner, is the def ending
champion.
Outstanding Players
Besides Kaiser, many outstand outstanding
ing outstanding players will be featured JU
boasts of 6-7 Jim Kirkland and Ed Eddie
die Eddie Cone. The Dolphins are off to
a fast start this year and many
think they can take it all.
FSU, winner over Kentucky, has
Dave Fedor to boast of, while
Georgia has all five starters back
including 6-7 John Johnson and 6-
4 Don Keiser.
Captain Allen Hughes of Na Navy
vy Navy will have a busy weekend.
After playing in Hie tourney, he
will Join the Navy football team
for their Orange Bowl game. He
plays end for the Middies. Joe
Kavanagh is another star for
Navy.
The Gators*will be banking on
the playing of Bob Shiver, Lou
Merchant, and Cliff Luyk to lead
them to another victory. They last
won the championship in 1957.
Matched Miami Early
Coach Norman Sloans cagers
matched Miami for most of the
first half in their game last Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night in the Magic City.
However, the Hurricanes pulled
ahead in final minutes to take a
commanding 45-39 lead at inter intermission.
mission. intermission.
The rebounding of 6-7 Lee

Manatee Junior College in over overtime.
time. overtime. The Baby Gators get a
chance for revenge when the
Lancers come to Gainesville on
February 12.
Chipola Junior College always,
boasts of one of the finest teams
in the state and has played in the
National Junior College Tourna Tournament.
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Woods. 7-1 Mike McCoy, and 6-7
Harry Manushaw proved the dif difference
ference difference in the foul-marked con*
test.
Ron Godfrey paced the Canes*
with 25 points, while All-Ameri All-American
can All-American Dick Hickox had 21. He was
held to 5 points in the first half.
Cliff Luyk was the high Gator
with 14 points, while George Jung,
Shiver, and Merchant tallied 11
each. Buddy Bales sparked a later
UF rally with nine points in the
final minutes of play.
The two teams meet again in
Florida Gym on January 11. The
Gators now have a 2-4 record while
Miami is 5-2 for the season.
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