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Campaign Views Vary; Students Offer Ideas

By SUE ALIEN CAUTHEN
And GEORGE MOORE
Gator Staff Writers
From ecstatic enthusiasm to utter apathy
and intricate understanding to fumbling dumb dumbfoundment
foundment dumbfoundment . this keynotes campus reaction
to student politics.
Virtually all students questioned were aware
of the fact that 4 student body election was in
the process, although one unfortunate soul mis mistook
took mistook Student Partys presidential candidate,
Bruce Bullock, for some contender for a city
post.
When Are Elections
Students gave their estimation as to when
the election was to take place, ranging from
some time next week to the first thing next

Take Your Piek:
United Platform,
Student Program
* 3
Political Parties Opposed
On Campaign Philosophy
By BILL CURRY and JACK HORAN
Gator Staff Writer*
United Party's platform will face Student Party's
program" in the spring student government elections.
Student Party released a printed leaflet Sunday night
containing a list of student-supplied suggestions for stu student
dent student government action. United's platform was released

last Wednesday.
Leader* of the Student Party
emphasized their programs is

CANDIDATES
TO MEET,
TALK WITH
REITZ, PARK
The two candidate*! for presi president
dent president of the student body will re receive
ceive receive a briefing this week to ac acquaint
quaint acquaint them with the ,P resen t P*
eration of student government
and to aid in providing a smooth
transition of administrations.
Incumbent President Bob Park
aid he and Dean of Student Af Affairs
fairs Affairs Lester Hale will meet with
Btudent partys candidate, Bruce
Bullock, and United* Chari e y
Wells and their vice-presidential
running mates. I
The candidates will be briefed
on the responsibilities of stu student
dent student government and the import importance
ance importance of maintaining a clean
campaign.
Wells and bullock will a 1 sjo
have an opportunity to become
familiar with the Universitys
budget which will go jtbefore the
tate legislature in^ April.
Park will ask both candidates
to appoint a representative to
work with Secretary of Academ Academic
ic Academic Affairs Gary Brooks. Parks
aid it was especially important
that both parties have a man
who is familiar with problems
in this field.

The Candidates Speak

lOb
, Bv BRUCE BULLOC K
President
Student Party
The University of Florida is
in grave financial trouble and the
time to act is NOW! The Board
of Control has cut the budget
for the next two years* and the
Cabinet Budget Commissi cm has
cut it still more. Only the Leg Legislature
islature Legislature can overrule |he Com Commission
mission Commission and give the Universi University
ty University the money it need* to pro promote
mote promote higher education.
A student government lobby
will be an inefficient and an ex expensive
pensive expensive tool. It will be recog recognized
nized recognized as such by the Legisla Legislature.
ture. Legislature.
I have written every state
legislator that I know of the
needs of this University, and I
urge every one of you to do
thi same. DO IT NOW! If you
don't know the complete facts
on the needs of the University,
then contact the Alumni Assn,
office under University Auditor Auditorium.
ium. Auditorium. Letters should be in your
own words. Form looters are
recognized as such. A lobby
cannot accomplish nearly as
much as the voice of the people.
This is not something which
can wait until. After the elec election.
tion. election. We ALL must ACT, and
we must ACT NOW! GET THE
FACTS. THEN WRTT|B. Next
week may be too late.
The STUDENT PARTY be believes
lieves believes in RESPONSIBLE stu student
dent student government. The responsi responsibility
bility responsibility for saving the University
budget is the responsibility of
ALL STUDENTB. Please do your
part.

not to be considered a political
platform but simply a list of
suggestions they will follow if
they win the March 2 election.
We are not going out in this
campaign and making a lot of
rash promises we might not be
able to fulfill, said John Trekell,
Student Party co-chairman.
Gardner Criticizes
United Party Chairman Steve
Gardner labeled Students pro program
gram program a list drawn up by per persons
sons persons with two things at their dis disposalUnited
posalUnited disposalUnited Party's platform
an** an obvious lack of knowl knowledge
edge knowledge of what can and cannot be
accomplished on campus.
Student party program sug suggestions
gestions suggestions range from the lifting
of on-campus parking restrictions
at 12:30 p. m. to the returning of
the nickel cup of coffee.
Uniteds platform will be dis distributed
tributed distributed in printed form to stu students
dents students this week in Operation
Platform.
Twelve of Student Partys 46
suggestions are also embraced
by the United Party.
United Chairman Gardner said
the bulk of Student program sug suggestions
gestions suggestions have been researched
and proved unfeasible by either
the Bob Park administration or
by the Wells-Hendrick platform
committee.
Trekell charged United Party
ha* tried to take undeserved cre credit
dit credit for paving the sidewalks un under
der under the students bleachers in
the stadium.
(See PLATFORM, Page S)

By CHARLEY WELLS
President
United Party
Can the independent student
on this campus be served by
student government? The Unit United
ed United Party feels that the best
answer to this question is the
record of service of the Joe
Ripley and Bob Park adminis administrations.
trations. administrations.
In the Ripley administration a
constitutional revision was for formulated
mulated formulated and passed by the stu student
dent student body insuring the actual
representation of the indepen independents
dents independents in the Legislative Coun Council.
cil. Council. 19118 was accomplished by
apportining half the represen-,
tatives on the basis of living
areas and half by college affilia affiliation.
tion. affiliation.
To insure independent repre representation
sentation representation in the executive
branch of student government,
the important cabinet post of
Secretary of Mens Affairs has
been assigned to an indepen independent
dent independent student for the last two
years. We intend to continue this
valuable tradition in future
United administrations.
Our program for the new
United administration also in includes
cludes includes the continued improve improvement
ment improvement and expansion of services
directed to independent stu students.
dents. students. We plan, for example, ex expansion
pansion expansion of Lyceum Council ac activities,
tivities, activities, scheduling more enter entertainment
tainment entertainment on weekends and
bringing on campus more spe special
cial special attractions such as to tonights
nights tonights Shelley Berman show.
We also plan, to expand the
program of dormitory socials
and Gator Hops Degun under
Ripley and Park.

fan.
Ignorance of the candidates and a sense of
helplessness in learning about them beset a
great many of them. Most indicated a desire
to know the candidates, but few credited
either party with having made much success
in this direction.
Beat Around Hie Bush
A 2UC commented that the parties are just
beating around the bush theyve said noth nothing
ing nothing concrete.
Repercussions from the Kennedy-Nixon de debates
bates debates were felt as many suggested that the
opposing groups meet to talk it out. Florida
Reid and the Gymnasium received bids to
house such discussions.
Several fraternity pledges suggested that

Voluma 53, No. 32

* S
ANIMATED STAINED GLASS
... In New Biblical Drama
lot's Wife'Premiers,
Ends Religion-in-Life
Lots Wife, a play written by Didier Graeffe, UF associate pro professor
fessor professor of humanities, premiered at the University Methodist Church
Friday night as the concluding program of Religion-in-Life Week.

John Miller narrated the sacred
masque woven from 49 verses
of the Old Testament as a cast of
eight enacted the roles. They
stimulated stained glass windows
come to life.
Biblical Tale
It was the story of Sodom and
Gomorrah, two Old Testament
cities destroyed by God for their
wickedness. An angel, played by
Joanna Helming with the singing
voice of Patricia Glack, came
to Sodom to find out if there
were any righteous persons liv living
ing living there. She found Lot, play play
play
EVALUATION
OF RELIGION
UNDER WAY
An evaluation of the over a 11
program of Religion-in-Life Week
is now under way and will be
completed next week, according
to Joe Chapman, chairman of Re Religion-in-Life.
ligion-in-Life. Religion-in-Life.
We can say that the seminar
series, luncheons, and some of
the dormitory discussions were
very successful. One of our dorm
discussions was still going on at
2 a. m., stated Chapman.
Student attendance seemed to
pick up this year while faculty
participation was less than ex expected.
pected. expected. The time for programs
was changed this year from 8:-
30 to 7:30 with fills in mind.
We were well pleased with all
our guest speakers, said Chap Chapman,
man, Chapman, but we will really
know more when our committee
has met and discussed the re reports.
ports. reports.
CASTNAMED;
DORSEY PLAYS
THE PLAYBOY
Playboy of the Western
World, Florida Players first
production of the second semes semester,
ter, semester, will cast its spotlight March
22-25 upon Dick Dorsey in the
role of Michael James.
Written by J. M. Synge, the
play will also focus upon Ben Me Meyer
yer Meyer as Shawn, Ralph Dowling, as
Christy, Stephanie Witkoff as Wi Widow
dow Widow Quin, Laurel Gordon Cobb
as Pegeen, Jim Brickley as Jim Jimmy
my Jimmy and Robert Dole as Philly.
Also included in the east are
Elizabeth Hartley, Mary Lee
Chambers, Fern Roberts, Diane
Pelfrey and L. G. Gramling.
Anyone interested in the produc production
tion production should contact Dr. L. L.
Zimmerman, play director, or
Ron Jerit, technical director of
the Florida Players.

jfllimoaiAXAH&aiCMi

EDITOR'S NOTE
Student Body elections ore close up upon
on upon us. The Alligator sent two reporters.
Sue Allen Cauthen and George Moore,
onto the campus to find out just what the
students at large feel about the March
2 balloting.
various candidates (of the same party, of
course) present dinner talks so as to familiar familiarze
ze familiarze students with the candidates for whom
they are asked to vote.
Announced street rallies for introducing

ed by Nathan Starr; his wife,
Mimi Marr; and daughters, Ka Karen
ren Karen Meyerson, and Lindell Lar Larsen.
sen. Larsen.
The angel urged the family
to leave the city without turning
or looking back. But Lots wife wifeknowing
knowing wifeknowing of the destruction of the
city and its citizens played by
Frank Sciadini, Bill Ritter, and
John Turner turned back and
became a pillar of salt.
Organ Accompanies
Music for the performance in included
cluded included organ accompaniment by
Willis Bodine and percussion by
James Hale.
Graeffe wrote the play Dan Daniel
iel Daniel for Religion in Life Week
last year and later received an
NBc and Union Theological Sem Seminary
inary Seminary award for the production.
Another of Graeffes plays,
Gilgamesh, is now in prepara preparation
tion preparation for a Japanese version for
performance in Tokyo.
Caribbean Is
Latest Theme
Os Supper Set
The International Suppers Club
will bring the Caribbean to cam campus
pus campus Sunday at 6 p.m. in John Johnson
son Johnson Lounge of the Florida Un Union.
ion. Union.
The setting will feature authen authentic
tic authentic foods prepared by UF Latin-
American students, a dance by
Maria Tejeira, and a lecture on
Cuba, accompanied by slides, to
be given by Dr. Donald Dyer of
the Geology Department.
A limited number of tickets are
available; they may be purchas purchased
ed purchased at Room 315 Florida Union at
one dollar for students and $1.25
for non-students. Tickets will not
be sold after Friday, February 24
at 5 p.m.

* Education Headliners

STATE SCHOOL Superintend Superintendent
ent Superintendent Tom Bailey said Monday
President Kennedys aid-to-edu aid-to-education
cation aid-to-education program challenges the
Florida legislature to provide
the funds necessary to assure
quality education or to accept
federal aid.
Bailey said he prefers school
financing through the legislature
if the people are willing to put
up the money, but if some
states are unable or unwilling
to provide the money for qutli qutlity
ty qutlity schools then it becomes a na national
tional national problem and must be met
with some type of federal aid.
FLORIDA HOUSE SPEAKER SPEAKERdesignate
designate SPEAKERdesignate William V. Chappell
of Ocala said last week he will
endorse a proposed bill to pre prevent

University of Florida, Gainesville Tuesday, February 21, 1961

'All Sides'
Os Berman
Are Ready
Comic, Folk Trio
To Mix in Gym
By JARED LEBOW
Gator Staff Writer
A mixture of satire and
folk music will be presented
in the Florida Gym this
Tuesday evening at 8:15,
when the Lyceum Council
presents All Sides of Shel Shelley
ley Shelley Berman.
Since this is a special event not
covered in the Lyceum Council
budget there will be a one dol dollar
lar dollar admission charge for every everyone.
one. everyone. #
Students will not need to pre present
sent present their ID cards when they
purchase tickets.
Comedian Comments
4 Stimulating madness is the
description given to Bermans
brand of humor by fellow come comedian
dian comedian Mort Sahl. Sitting a top a
stool, Berman treats his audience
to a pin point satire of their
daily lives.
Berman learned about the life
which he satirizes by pursuing a
variety of occupations. At diffe different
rent different times he was a dancing in instructor,
structor, instructor, a cab driver, a resort
recreation manager and the as assistant
sistant assistant to the assistant manag manager
er manager of a drug store.
Start In Kellys
Berman got his start as a co comedian
median comedian in Mister Kellys, a night nightclub
club nightclub in his hometown Chicago.
Later he appeared on several te television
levision television shows including the Jack
Pair show where the entire na nation
tion nation had a chance to sample his
unusual brand of humor.
That they liked what they sa\y
can be attested to by the suc success
cess success that his record albums
have enjoyed. Variety reported
that his LP Inside Shelley Ber Berman
man Berman sold more copies than any
other single spoken word album.
Two Others
He also has two other albums
on the market, Outside Shelley
Berman and The Edge of Shel Shelley
ley Shelley Berman.
Appearing with him will be
The Cumberland Three, a
group of folk singers formed less
than a year ago. They have just
recorded their first album on the
Roulette label Folk Scene, U.S.
A. Recently they appeared in
New Yorks Blue Angel.
The group is composed of John
Stewart, Gil Robbins and Mike
Settle. Stewart, who in addition to
his singing ability is a songwrit songwriter
er songwriter and arranger, has written and
arranged many songs for the
Kingston Trio. The entire group
hails from the West Coast.
The box office in the Gym
will open at 7 p.m. with no one
being admitted once the show has
begun.
FBK SPEAKERS
BEING SOUGHT
Applications for the Florida
Blue Key Speakers Bureau are
available in Blue Key office.
All applications must be filled
out and returned to the Blue
Key office by 5 p.m. Friday.
Selections will be announced as
soon as all applications art
processed.

vent prevent state university teachers
and students from taking part
in sit-in demonstrations.
Senate President Randolph
Hodges of Cedar Key previous previously
ly previously announced that he will intro introduce
duce introduce bills on this subject when
the legislature convenes in Ap April.
ril. April.
THE CABINET Budget Com Commission
mission Commission trimmed another $7.-
7 million off the proposed ope operating
rating operating budget it will
recommend to the next legisla legislature.
ture. legislature.
'lbis $7.7 million will be
transferred from the operating
budget to the building bud budget
get budget due to a law passed in the
1909 session.

candidates heard much support.
UF radio station, WRUF was mentioned by
several as a means of mass media by which
opposing candidates could debate or present
their platforms.
Many freshmen expressed signs of confusion
with the wide assortment of poop. United
Party stickers placed alongside Students for
Bullock banners misled some.
Informative Pamphlet Asked
Several student government enthusiasts were
in favor of the secretary of the interiors issu issuing
ing issuing a nonpartisan pamphlet picturing, qualify qualifying
ing qualifying and describing all candidates.
Grade point averages seemed significant to
several potential voters.
More Gator coverage if such is pos possible
sible possible was voiced by several.

Frosh, Sophomores
May Get Permission
For Campus Driving

GATOR BOSS 'UNFAIR'

Walkout Strikes
In Business Office
By NANCY HOOTER
Gator Staff Writer
Internal conflict in the Alligator Business Office exploded this
Weekend as eight key staffers walked out on Business Manager
Ron Jones, claiming he had taken advantage of his position.

In the walkout action, of which
Board of Student Publications
Hugh Cunningham was notified
beforehand, Jones was left with
a skeleton crew of eight people.
Spokesman for Sundays walk walkout
out walkout group, Office Manager Julie
McClure, said an informal agree agreement
ment agreement had been made during the
year among some of the mem members
bers members of the staff that if one
would leave they would all re resign
sign resign together.
Several Reasons
The inadequate handling of
financial matters, the shirking of
responsibility of his position on
lower staff members has caused
us to make this decision, she
said.
He has asked his staff, includ including
ing including myself, to assume the carry carrying
ing carrying out of his work . but he
takes the credit and the pay,
she added.
Miss McClure said that she
and the others would come back
to the paper when Ron Jones
is either no longer with us .
or straightens out!
Very Fine
Julie (McClure) is a very
fine worker, Jones comment e d
later. The tendency was prob probably

Presenting!Shelleys Other Side

By GARY PEACOCK
All audiences are the same.
Almost all stages are the
same.
At least for Shelley Berman.
A gym makeshift stage offers
special problems for a specia specialist
list specialist like Berman, but weve
had problems before.
We might add . . and met
them for the humorist is still
going strong.
As he put it, Weve always
managed to give a good
show.
Arriving in Gainesville Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, two days before his show,

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Berman Talks to Peacock

ably probably to overload her with work
because of this. She did do an
awful lot for us.
The others. .1 am not really
sure why they quit, he said.
Sundays revolt was prefaced
by the walkout nine days ago
(Feb. 11) of Assistant Business
Manager Carl Griffith.
In Charge
Carl is in charge of our (Be (Beta
ta (Beta Theta Pi) pledge initiation
work week, Jones explained.
This, added to a grades prob problem
lem problem forced him to quit.
I asked him to help me with
the work because I am tied up
with this campaigning, but I
did not ask him to completely
take over for me.
(Jones fraternity is within
the Student Party ranks and
Jones himself is campaign co cochairman
chairman cochairman for the top two candi candidates
dates candidates in the party.)
Griffith told an Alligator re reporter
porter reporter that he had been respon responsible
sible responsible for everything in the busi business
ness business office but the bookkeeping,
that being left to the business
manager.
(See WALKOUT, Page S)

AS HE SAYS IT

Berman spent the night in his
obviously favorite pasttime
TALK.
He came early to relax be because
cause because he likes the campus at atmosphere.
mosphere. atmosphere. I like to meet
students, he said, but as a
human being, not as a perform performer.
er. performer.
The important thing for
people to remember is that
I have to brush my teeth, that
I get stomach aches, and that
I cant be nasty to people,
be added.
Relaxing in atr ee t clothes,

Mention of several prominently placed party
spokesmen around the campus available for
questioning and consultation was heard from
several.
Politics Rediculed
Anti-politico seniors ridiculed the early morn morning
ing morning caucuses insisted upon by the hard-work hard-working,
ing, hard-working, down-trodden, self-sacrificing members of
this elite group.
Personal letters, despite their expense and
brevity, were tagged by several as an effective
means of reaching all the students.
With the usually constructive criticism and
the abounding suggestions, most students pro professed
fessed professed an interest in the election and a desire
to vote intelligently.
It now lies in the lands of the two parties
to meet the needs of the voters.

Four Pages This Edition

Council Okays
For Weekend,
If Reitz Agrees
A proposal to extend spe specific
cific specific week-end driving priv privileges
ileges privileges to freshmen and soph sophomore
omore sophomore students face ulti ultimate
mate ultimate approval or rejection
when reviewed by the Traf Traffic
fic Traffic and Parking Committee
Thursday.
Introduced by former Chief Jus Justice
tice Justice of the Traffic Court and pre present
sent present member of the Committee
of Traffic and Safety, Layton
A£ank, the proposal received the
unanimous approval and support
of the Freshman Council.
Five Weekends
The plan, if approved by the
Traffic and Parking Committee
and given the final nod by UF
President, Dr. J. Wayne Reitz,
would permit freshman and so sophomore
phomore sophomore students to drive care
on five specific weekends during
the second semester.
The two weekends in March,
two in April and one in May
would include the festivities of
Spring Frolics, Gator Gras and
Military Ball.
An evaluation both by the
administration and students
will follow the second semester
trial period to determine the suc success
cess success and possible improvement of
the plan.
(8m UC, Page t)

and looking as natural as one
might expect, he began a brief
review of people:
He has no favorite comed comedians.
ians. comedians.
. .Nor any favorite actors,
nor any favorite anybodies or
any things.
Berman planned to tour
the campus Monday and Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday and meet as many stu students
dents students as possible.
1 like to talk to students
and sign autographs. No mat matter
ter matter how bad I feel or how
tired I am, I always sign
autographs after a show.
To Shelley Berman, the most
important thing is to entertain
those people who paynoth paynothing
ing paynothing else matters. He doesnt
care what section of the
country hes in, whether he
plays a collegiate or citizen
audience, or whether he per performs
forms performs in a gymnasium or the theatre.
atre. theatre.
include only two previously re recorded
corded recorded acts. The vast majority
is new material which
he writes.
Bermans work keeps him
on the road and he has little
time to spend with his wife,
in New York City. (Hes been
married 14 years.)
Id prefer to settle dow n
in one place; Im as lazy as
the next person.
Bermans road to success
was not an easy one. From
the -time he was 21, he strug struggled
gled struggled to become an actor, but
fame came 10 years later in
1057 when he found his way
to communicate comedy.
The telephone routine was
the first device I found to
communicate with an audience.
It is not a device to be differ different,
ent, different, he said.



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Editor-in-chief Jim Moorhead
Managing Editor Dick Hebert
Business Manager Ron Jones

EDITORIAL STAFF
Frances Aid man, Cud Roller. Saa Alien Caothen,
Jaa Cabb. BUI Carr*, Diane Falk. Babble Flelsekmaa.
Harrey Goldstein. Nancy Beater, Jack Ha ran. George
Moore. Phyllis gmtMfc Nell Swam
SPORTS STAFF
Sports Editor: Bill Bucholter
Mika Gera, Intramnrals editor i Robert Groan, Ralph
Laszera, Jared Lebow. Salomon Rabbins, Sandy Rosen Rosenthal.
thal. Rosenthal. A1 Skalnick, Ed Witten.

"It's not the mass-oriented material,
but the little personal stuff you re remember
member remember from college.
So spake a faculty member to us
a few days ago, with regard to the
need on this campus for more personal
contact between faculty and students.
* \
PROPORTIONATELY, more im important
portant important things may transgress nowa nowadays
days nowadays in the overcrowded classrooms,
the heavily populated lectures and the
various, massive University programs
during the year.
But, one single, important point
brought out in an intimate, personal
group has a much better chance of
lingering in the listener's memory and
being of benefit to him later on.
The need for greater face-to-face,
faculty-student contact is emphasized
even more when one considers that
mass orientation on this campus is on
the increase. Classes are larger, the
teacher-student ratio is widening and
courses are getting tougher, cutting
down on spare time at both ends.
*i *
THERE IS no reason to believe,
however, that the need can't be met,
at least in better fashion than it is at
present. There are many possibilities
for improvement open and with in increased
creased increased encouragement, initiative and
cooperation, we can make headway.
The difficulties vary in different
areas. Obviously*, the most accessible
areas for progress are the various up upper-division
per-division upper-division colleges, working from
the departmental and individual in instructor
structor instructor levels. Lower division has its
own special problems, of which we
shall make further comment later on.
*
1
BUT, upper-division generally con contains
tains contains less people per prof and there is
usually an initial basis of familiarity
and common interests which isn't
found on the lower level. The pros prospects
pects prospects for getting to know one another
better are, therefore, more favorable.
And, this is the area where that
best of all possible familiarization
techniques the visit in the proses proses.
. proses. soris home is most possible.
If this contact method is lagging on
this campus and it is it's not
necessarily the professor's fault.
/ j. *
ON THE WHOLE, they like stu students
dents students if they didn't they wouldn't
be teaching < and since the cost of

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Let's Get Together

Editorials

EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS
Mary Ass* Awtrey, Nancy Mykel, Pal ToasU.
BUSINESS STAFF
Ass't. Business Monoger: Ron Rothstein
Ad Salesmen: Jeff Huberman Steve Baron; Classi Classified
fied Classified Ad Manager: Louise Boothe; Office Staff: Carol
Linger, Linda Merk; Dottle MacDonald; Production
Manager: Jim Everden; Subscription Manager: Steve
Hertz.

such affairs, if kept to a minimum, is
almost negligible, it's not unreason unreasonable
able unreasonable to think that with a little encour encouragement
agement encouragement the flames can be fanned
brighter.
Students, in general, can help by
taking a more active, vocal part in
class, by not holding back when ques questions
tions questions come to mind before, during or
after the hour, and by not living in
mortal dread of the accusation, ap applepolisher!
plepolisher! applepolisher! a breed of student most
professors recognize and shy away
from anyhow.
* *
WE'D LIKE to see student govern government
ment government pick up the ball on the opposite
end.
We think most professors, if con contacted
tacted contacted PERSONALLY by student
government representatives little
solicitous letters and memos usually
wind up in the trashcan would then
be encouraged to have students out to
their homes more often.
Student response to such invita invitations,
tions, invitations, we feel sure, would be great;
closer relationships would obviously
be engendered; and the rewards
would be profitable to both sides.
Council, Note
The proposed constitutional revis revisions
ions revisions to strengthen the power of the
Board of Student Publications are, we
feel, all warrantedsave one.
Rather than give the Board the
power of complete removal of any
and all publications officials, we feel
it fairer and in the best interests of all
parties concerned to make the Board's
removal powers reciprocal with its ap appointive
pointive appointive powers.
BAR
THAT IS TO SAY, give the Board
the power of impeachment, but make
such impeachment subject to the re review,
view, review, within three weeks, of the Exe Executive
cutive Executive Council.
As in the case of the proposed revis revision
ion revision governing Board appointees, the
Council could also reject a Board im impeachment
peachment impeachment by a two-thirds majority
within the three-week period.
This seems to us the most equitable
arrangement and we strongly urge the
Council to support this procedure in
its meeting tonight.

Tuesday, February 21, 1961

n
5
'Don't Be Bashful. .Get To Know Him 1
letters to the Editor

Censorship
Not Policy
EDITOR:
Mr. Swicord has lodged his
protest against the officials of
the state and university for aid aiding
ing aiding the Billy Graham, team.
I do not know the specific
reasons why these officials us used
ed used their positions of authority
in this case, but I hope to jus justify
tify justify their actions with my own
reasons. I speak not to "the
poor, innocent students of our
campus.
o'*
IN THE public miftd, Dr.
Graham is know for his evange evangelistic
listic evangelistic work with large audi audiences.
ences. audiences. Surely, no one can
deny that £e is a prominent fi figure
gure figure on the world scene.
I believe it is the policy of
the University and interested
people of this area to invite any
noteworthy personage to ad address
dress address the people on his subject
and to offer him adequate faci facilities
lities facilities whenever he may be in
the area. )
Dr. Graham could not have
been expected to give anything
else but his "hard sell cam campaign.
paign. campaign. It is common etiquette
that when a person invites a
guest to his home he offers
him the facilities of his home
and goes out of his way to
make the guestss stay enjoy enjoyable.
able. enjoyable.
m m m
DURING the past week, Flor Florida
ida Florida has offered its facilities ade adequately
quately adequately to the speakers of Re Religion
ligion Religion in Life Week. Although
their subjects are somewhat dif different
ferent different from Dr. Grahams, did

MANAGING EDITOR'S NOTE

Ahead: Rich, Fat And Lazy,
We'll Go The Roman Way

By DICK HEBERT
We dont think right!
Tomorrow we celebrate the
birth of a nation . the build building
ing building of a Union . one for all
and all for opfe . George
Washington.
Paradoxically, in a few weeks
(March 15) we celebrate the

death of an another
other another "giant
among men
Julius Caesar
who sym symbolized
bolized symbolized the
heights to
w h ic h the
Roman Em Empire
pire Empire had risen.
They said
then, theirs
was an inde-

HEBERT

destructible kingdom, also.
As all history books are wont
to do lets take a gander at
Great Rome . and her great
nrin. But, since our patriotic
texts never pass over the logi logical
cal logical bridge, lets draw a few par parallel
allel parallel lines and really make some
conclusions.

HOME BECAME the symbol
of prosperity. Rome became the
place of luxury. Rome became
the paragon of power, Rome be became
came became ravaged. And Rome be became
came became ruins.
The United States of America
has become the symbol of pros prosperity.
perity. prosperity. The United States has be become
come become the place of luxury. The
United States has become the
paragon of power. And . .?
Will the United States become
ravaged? Will the United States
become ruins?
*
LET'S NOT fool ourselves into
destruction. Rome did. She was
too confident It didnt take bar barbarians
barians barbarians to ruin Rome. It took
Romans . lots and lots of
rich fat and lazy Romans.
Old Mr. K. is playing it
smart Be knows history. And
he ie Just waiting for the wheel
to go full circle, waiting for this
free worldalias, the United
States and Co. to destroy it itself
self itself with riches.
We were rtxaken out of our

they not present their views on
religion also?
None of these people were de denied
nied denied entrance to the Admin Administration
istration Administration Building, and none
"were escorted out by worthy
Christian police.
I do not believe the policy
of censorship, favoritism, and
restriction because of religious
beliefs is the policy of this uni university
versity university or of its officials.
R. SMITH
On Burglary
& Aftermath
EDITOR:
This past year there has
been a great deal of stealing
in the dorms. Each time, the
residents and the Campus Po Police
lice Police say they cannot do any anything
thing anything about the thefts because
they were not reported right
away.
This morning my wallet was
taken from my room. I imme immediately
diately immediately reported it to my resi resident,
dent, resident, giving her all of the nec necessary
essary necessary information. She then
told me thank you and said
they would get started on it
tomorrow sometime.
* *
IT SEEMS to me that she
could have done something at
the moment like talking to
some of the witnesses. When
this matter is presented to the
Campus Police in about two
weeks, how many people are
going toi remember enough to
be of any help??
This theft will just be chalk chalked
ed chalked up as another unfortunate
"one of those things.
JULIE McCLURE, 2UC

complacency back in 1967 when
Sputnik I took to the air and be beyond.
yond. beyond. We haven't yet settled
back into full lethargic luxury.
(But I am confident we will.) We
still regard our greatest needs as
being more riches, more cars,
more buttered popcorn.
Whether C 41 would agree with
me or not, it seems that it Is
| up to us, les miserabies, to
I save our nation and what it has
come to stand for.
(I have to voice such patriotic
soundings because some of my
acquaintances have come to be believe
lieve believe I am a Communist. They
faithfully read all I have writ written
ten written in these notes.)
*
SPECIALIZATION, luxury and
laziness in the name of pro progress
gress progress have brought us to the
point of self-centered material materialism.
ism. materialism. We do not appreciate the
other guy. We dont have real
progress!
After all, what is progress?
Rome thought she had the
answers with the Appian Way,
expansion into Teutonic woods,
wine a-plenty, and two or more
chicks in every bedroom.
It makes good reading, to be
sureBut it doesnt make for
good progress.
Progress, it seems, should be
a REAL expansionist concept
... not in riches or territory
... but in scope of harmonius
cooperation.
*
WE HAVE made only token
progress, in material things. We
are not one bit beyond Rome
or Greece in the world of ideas
... if we are even that far.
Sure we have Salk vaccine. We
have science. But we still live
self centered lives.
Lets grow up!
Is relativity progressive? It
is Just a scapegoat Anytime
we cant readily find a solidly
founded answer to some situa situation
tion situation we say It is relative to
the times. Truth is relative.
Virtue is relative.
If it is relative, then it isnt
true! It is expedient It is as
simple as that.

CONSTITUTIONAL REVISION

You're The One Doing The Chonging

By BILL HAMILTON
Chairman
Constitutional Revision
Why Should YOU Vote tor
Constitutional Revision?
Because it is the duty of a
citizen of a community to help
establish the rules by which
that community shall be gov governed.
erned. governed.
This is why we ask YOU to
understand and voice your opin opinion
ion opinion on the proposed constitution constitutional
al constitutional revisions. These revisions
are the result of intensive stu study
dy study to revise the antiquated re restrictions
strictions restrictions of our University
community.

STUDENT government lead leaders
ers leaders have delved into the areas
which were below par and
worked until they came up with
an improved, more functional
system.
These revisions are by no
means the panacea of the Con Constitution
stitution Constitution but student govern government
ment government feels that it is a definite
step in the right direction. The

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Legislative Council has approv approved
ed approved these revisions and it now
up to YOU. as citizen, to let
your feelings be known.

THESE revisions, I hope, will
not become a political football.
They are in the interest of the
entire student body and should
not be subjected to political op opportunism.
portunism. opportunism.
The revised Honor Court ar article,
ticle, article, the major revisions, has
been approved not only by the
present Honor Court adminis administration

C/ v/y (Author of / Was a Teen-age Dwarf I The Many
Loves of Dobie Gillis, etc)
"A GUIDE FOR THE DATELESS
With the cost of dating rising higher and higher it is no wonder
that so many of us men are turning to discus throwing. Natur Naturally,
ally, Naturally, we would prefer nuzzling warm coeds to flinging cold
disci, but whos got that kind of money? Prices being what they
are, the average man today has a simple choice: dating or eating.
Unless the average man happens to be Fins ter Sigafoos.
Finster came to college with the normal ambition of any
average man: he wanted to find the prettiest coed on campus
and make her his. He looked long and carefully, and at last he
found hera tail job named Kretchma Inskip, with hair like
beaten gold.
He asked her for a date. She accepted. He appeared at her
sorority house that night, smiling, eager, and carrying a bouquet
of modestly priced flowers.
"Now then, said Kretchma, tossing the sleazy flora to a
pledge, where are we going tonight?
Finster was a man short on cash, but long on ideas. He had
prepared an attractive plan for this evening. How would you
like to go out to the Ag campus and see the milking machine?
he asked.
Vick, she replied.
VWeil, what would you like to do? he asked.
Come, said she, to a funny little place I know just outside
of town.
And away they went.
The place was Millionaires Roost, a simple country inn made
of solid ivory. It was filled with beautiful ladies in backless
gowns, handsome men in dickeys. Original Rembrandts adorned
tiie walls. Marlboro trays adorned the cigarette girls. Chained
to each table was a gypsy violinist.
Finster and Kretchma were seated. I, said Kretchma to
the waiter, will start with shrimps remoulade. Then I will have
lobster and capon in maderia sauce with asparagus spears. For
dessert I will have melon stuffed with money.!
And you, Sir? said the waiter to Finster.
Just bring me a pack of Marlboros, replied Finster, for
if ever a man needed to settle back and enjoy the mild benefi beneficence
cence beneficence of choice tobacco and easy-drawing filtration, it is the
shattered hulk you see before you now.
So, smoking the best of all possible cigarettes, Finster watched
Kretchma ingest her meal and calculated that every time her
fetching young Adams apple rose and fell, he was out another
Then he took her home.
It was while saying goodnight that Finster got his brilliant
idea. listen! he cried excitedly. I just had a wonderful
notion. Next time we go out, lets go Dutch treat l
Byway of reply, Kretchma slashed him across the face with
her housemother and stormed into the house.
Well, the heck with her, said Finster to himself. She is
just a gold digger and I am well rid of her.. I am sure there are
many girls just as beautiful as Kretchma who will understand
the justice of my position. For after all, girls get as much
money from home as men, so what could be more fair than
sharing expenses on a date?
With good heart and high hopes, Finster began a search for
a girl who would appreciate the equity of Dutch treat, and you
will be pleased to hear that he soon found oneMary Alice
Hematoma, a lovely three-legged girl with sideburns.
OlMl Mas ShuJaMS
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tration administration but both chancellor can candidates
didates candidates as well.
a
NOW is the time for YOU to
become interested enough in
your own Constitution to Under Understand
stand Understand the proposed changes and
vote, March 2.
Copies of the revisions and
the Student Body Constitution
are available in the student
government office. Why not
pick these up, take some time
out, and better understand your
government?



UC JUSTICES DROPPED

Council Revises Court;
Awaits Student Ballot

Proposed Honor Court revi revisions,
sions, revisions, including the addition of
five temporary justices and the
removal of freshman and so sophomore
phomore sophomore posts, were unani unanimously
mously unanimously approved by the Legisla Legislative
tive Legislative Council Tuesday.
The changes must now be vot voted
ed voted upon by the student body
before going into effect.
As it now stands, the stu student
dent student body constitution provides
for the election of a justice
from each of the colleges and
from the freshman and sopho sophomore
more sophomore classes. The chancellor
may be chosen from the stu student
dent student body at large.
The revised constitution
would call for eight permanent
justices elected from the upper
division and graduate school
and five temporary justices
drawn from a panel of ten
students selected at random
from those indicating a desire
to sit on the Court.

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The chancellor would be re required
quired required to be a law student. This
change would provide assur assurance
ance assurance that the person holding
the office is familiar with ju judicial
dicial judicial procedure. Previously, in inefficiency
efficiency inefficiency has resulted when
persons unfamiliar with legal
processes have held the posi position.
tion. position.
The revisions further require
the addition of a board of ad advisors
visors advisors to recommend ... any
action it deems necessary to the
prevention of a breakdown of
the Court. The board would in include
clude include the president of the stu student
dent student body, Florida Blue Key,
and Mortar Board, the Deans
of Men and Women, and the
chancellor of the Honor Court
Definition of the duties of the
attorney general, a post initiat initiated
ed initiated during the fall semester, and
are also included, along with
minor changes in the operation
of the court.

Science Profs
Unprofessional;
Academy Told
Science teachers are deprived
of the opportunity to become
scholars before they become sci science
ence science teachers, according to Dr.
Harry H. Sisler, head of the
Department of Chemistry at UF.
Addressing the Florida Aca Academy
demy Academy of Sciences in its closing
session Saturday, Dr. Sisler told
the symposium on Science Edu Education
cation Education in Florida that the pub public
lic public school science teachers do
not know enough about what
they are teaching.
They must professionalize
too early in their college train training
ing training to be able to devote their
time to obtaining the breadth
and depth desirable in the sci science
ence science they teach, he said.
This works a hardship on them
as individuals in the future when
they wish to obtain advance d
degrees, for they find they do
not have the background to study
in the science they wish to teach
and must return to more edu education
cation education courses, Dr. Sisler said.
Appearing on the same sym symposium
posium symposium were Dr. J. Stanley Mar Marshall,
shall, Marshall, Florida State University,
Dr. Robert Binger, Florida State
Dept, of Education, and Dr. N.
E. Bingham, professor of educa education,
tion, education, UF.
Walkout Strikes
(Continued from Page 1)
In a formal statement by tele telephone
phone telephone to the press, Griffith said,
Due to misunderstandings be between
tween between myself and the business
manager, I feel it advisable to
relinquish my post on the paper
for the time being.
With regard to the entire situ situation,
ation, situation, Jones said:
I would hardly call this a
movement. Carl and I are fra fraternity
ternity fraternity brothers.
'Billy' Graham To Spook
William Graham, Gainesville
lawyer and UF alumnus, will
speak on wills, trusts, and deeds
to a reorganization meeting of
the Pre-Law Club, on Thursday,
Feb. 28 at 7 p. m. in Room 104
of the Law School.

Have You
Been in
McDANIELL'S
LATELY?

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HANDS OF AN ARTIST
... Carlos Montoya Comes Soon
'Revolutionary' Guitarist
To Innovate at GHS, Too
Canos Montoya, described as tire evenings program to the

the worlds most famous Flamen Flamenco
co Flamenco guitarist, will be here for a
recital at the Gainesville High
School Auditorium Saturday,
March 4, at 8:30 p.m.
Montoya, who has revolutioniz revolutionized
ed revolutionized the Flamenco music world by
building one of the most exten extensive
sive extensive repertoires of any living gui guitarist,
tarist, guitarist, is one of the handful of
masters of the instrument, one
who is able to devote an en-
SWIM IN SPACE!
Tryouts for Space-capades,
spring water show planned by
the Aqua Gators Swim Fins
synchronized swimming club,
will be held this Tuesday
through Thursday from 3 to 5
p.m. at the University Pools
Bob Goddard, secretary, said
that interest in swimming and
learning are the only require requirements.
ments. requirements.
Platform, 'Program'
Published by Parties
(Continued from Page 1)
United knew the Athletic De Department
partment Department planned to pave these
sidewalks when it made its pro promise.
mise. promise. This is a good example of
the United Partys practice of
taking credit for the actions of
others, Trekell said after a par party
ty party meeting at the Kappa Alpha
house Sunday night.
Schedule Meetings
Student Party leaders announc announced
ed announced a meeting for 8:30 Thursday
night at the Sigma Kappa soror sorority
ity sorority house. They encouraged all
independents, as well as the op opposition,
position, opposition, to attend.
United workers meeting at the
Alpha Tau Omega fraternity
house Sunday night heard Stu Student
dent Student President Bob Park and his
predecessor Joe Ripley l|fge
them to campaign vigorously.
Next United meeting is slated
for the Sigma Phi Epsilon, fra fraternity
ternity fraternity house 7:30 p. m. Sunday.
UC Driver OK Eyed
(Continued from Page 1)
The third such draft proposal
presented to the Committee, this
one differs in that the other
two were administratively un unworkable,
workable, unworkable, according to Mank.
Mank stated that it would be
just a matter of time before wa
hit upon a plan acceptable to
both the administration and the
students.
He further commended the
Freshman Council for having giv given
en given some good ideas.

CALENDAR |
TUESDAY, Feb. 21: Bridge
lessons tonight at 7 p.m. in the
social room of the Florida Un Union.
ion. Union. Sign-ups will be taken.
WEDNESDAY, Feb. 22: Sign
up deadline for the Inter-Colleg Inter-Collegiate
iate Inter-Collegiate Bridge Tournament Room
815 of the Florida Union.
Advanced dance lessons to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow at 7 p. n in the FU so social
cial social room. Sign-ups will be taken.
THURSDAY, Fdb. 23: The In Inter-Collegiate
ter-Collegiate Inter-Collegiate Bridge Tournament
will be held in the FU Oak
Room at 7 p. m.
A meeting entitled Around the
World: Summer work, study,
and travel opportunities will be
held at 8 p.m. in FU room 324.
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Flamenco.
He is the first guitarist ever to
have worked without a singer or
danqer, a departure that had
Flamenco cifcles humming when
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this deviation from the norm,
Flamenco guitarists had general generally
ly generally possessed rather limited re repertoires
pertoires repertoires which dictated the need
for other performers.
Like the true Flamenco perfor performer,
mer, performer, Montoya creates as he goes
along. The numbers he will play
consist of all his own arrange arrangements
ments arrangements and original compositions,
based on Spanish Gypsy tradi tradition.
tion. tradition.
Montoya always is an innova innovator
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Original Budget Passuge

Gator Editorial Assistant
University President Dr. J.
Wayne Reitz will make a direct
appeal-for restoration of sll mil million
lion million to the proposed University
budget-to the House and Senate
sub-committees on appropriations
when they visit the University in
March.
The House committee will be
on campus March 7 and the Sen Senate
ate Senate will visit March 17 an d 18,
at which time President Reitz
will ask the legislators to sup support
port support the S6O million budget orig originally
inally originally submitted by the Univer University,
sity, University, and cropped by the State
Budget Commission.
New Pressures
Dr. Reitz foresees new pres pressures
sures pressures of space limitations in the
University College and the Col College
lege College of Arts and Sciences if the
legislature approves the reduc reduced
ed reduced budget, and more problems
of inability to hire additional fa faculty
culty faculty members.
Dr. Reitz said he was pleas pleased
ed pleased that the cabinet, sitting as
the budget commission, placed
a high priority on faculty salar salaries
ies salaries and university needs within
the limited framework of antici anticipated
pated anticipated revenue.
lsnt Enough*
He continued, however, that
this does not meet the needs
of higher education at this uni university
versity university and others if we are to
move forward.

The Florida Affffcator, Tuesday, February 21, 1951

We cant operate on what the
Cabinet Budget Commission has
approved and still have pro progress,
gress, progress, said Reits.
Reitz cited some specific diffi difficulties
culties difficulties that the University could
expect if the Legislature did not
restore the cuts made by the
Commission.
A ceiling may have to be plac placed
ed placed on the number of students in
some colleges, with University

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College and the College of Arts
and Sciences most drastically af affected.
fected. affected.
Cuts in the Health Center bud budget
get budget will prevent adding new
areas of study, and will limit
planned expansion to full capa capacity
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The Flerh b Alligator, Tuesday, February 21 1961

i QB's Sparkle
In Spring Drills

Weve still got a long way to
go, said Coach *Ray Graves af after
ter after he ran his football team
through a two and a half hour
scrimmage on Saturday j after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. But the SEC Coach of The
Year added, It was a real good
scrimmage.
Lindy Infante scored two TDs,
while Don Goodman, Brucje Star Starling,
ling, Starling, and Dick Skelly had one
each. Bob Hoover, along with
Skelly and Infante, drew! much
praise from Graves, who flaw the
backfield as the Gators biggest
strength next year.
Also drawing praise was the
Gators quarterback quartet of
Larry Libertore, Bobby Dodd Jr.,
Tom Batton, and Jim Lepper.
Libertore was his usual self,
slipping through the Hue for

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many \ong gains and displaying
improved passing ability. Dodd
showed fine bail handling and in intercepted
tercepted intercepted two posses on defense.
Tom Batten, who played in the
shadow of Libertore and Dodd
last season, ran and passed well
during the drill.
Lepper, who missed the first
semester of school this year with
illness, scored & touchdown and
looked like the same boy who
made the all-fiEC freshman team
at quarterback in 19(50.
Several sophomore team mem members
bers members did well in the drill, includ including
ing including fullback Jim ODonnell,
halfback Hagood Olarke, and line linemen
men linemen Jay McClellan, John Dent,
Dick Jones, Fred Pearson, Jack
Thompson, and Russ Brown.

UF Topples Maroons, Seminoles Next

THI SPORTS HUB
Let's Show FSU

Some Manners
By BILL BUCHALTER
Alligator Sports Editor

Florida State Universitys basketball team will visit the Flor Florida
ida Florida Gym Wednesday night for a continuation of the heater
intra-state rivalry.
Lets show our sister institution that we at Florida, have
manners.
Dont throw paper on the floor as a Seminole player at attempts
tempts attempts a free throw.
Dont run out on the floor and attempt to maul a Seminole
player just because he is awarded a three throw.
Dont start riots on the floor if we should lose the ball
game.
Dont say nasty things about the FSU coach if he does his
job during the game of protecting his players. %
Yes, lets show Florida State University were big time in
basketball and that we know how to behave*
A word of explanation might be in order.
Florida toppled the Seminoles 74-07 at Tallahassee in the
second week of the cage campaign. The victory came despite
a near riot at the end of the game in which Bobby Shiver
was awarded two free throws without shooting because
overaealous Seminole fans poured onto the court to disrupt
. play-
The local press, voicing their disapproval over the State
loss, used Florida coach Norman Sloan as a scapegoat. They
blasted him for acting like a lunatic thereby inciting a riot.
They disregarded Seminole assistant Hugh Durhams actions
of rushing onto the court to vehemently protest a foul call.
They brushed that off as part of the hotly contested game.
Lets learn a lesson from the childishness that happened
at Tallahassee Dec. 14. Lets show that we Ye big time at
Florida.
Good school spirit goes hand and hand with fair play and good
sportsmanship.
Lets keep it that way.

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For Greek Basketballers

Sigma Alpha Epsilon faces
Tau Epsilon Phi and Phi Del Delta
ta Delta Theta meets Sigma Nu Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evening in the Florida Gym
in the semi-finals of the Orange
League basketball tournament.
All four finalists boast perfect
3-0 records. The first game will
feature SAE vs. TEP. SAEs
Laonmen have posted victories ov over
er over AEPi, Sigma Chi, and Beta
Theta Pi. Tom Donahoo and
Terry Long have been the high
scorers for SAE.

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The ta Chi, ATO and Kappa Sigma
with. Steve Katz being the big
t gtm in the TEP attack.
! In the second game Sigma Nu
led by Terry Mangold and speed speed
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tough PDT cage squad which
has defeated Kappa Alpha, PiKA
1 and SPE. Don Rutledge and
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scoring.
In the Blue League, Phi Gam Gamma
ma Gamma Delta, Delta Chi and Pi Kap Kappa
pa Kappa Phi each have two victories
in bracket I, Lambda Chi Alpha
is bracket II leader with a 3-0
record.
The Blue league final will be
held Friday evening at 7 oclock
the Orange final at 8:30.
Frosh win
The Baby Gator bask e t b a 11
team avenged an earlier defeat
at the hands of the Manatee Jun Junior
ior Junior College Lancers by beating
them 83-68 Saturday. Taylor
Stokes had 24 points to lead the
team while Eddie Clark had 20.
Elmer Fugate was high for MJC
with 20 points.

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57-38.
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son Thompson were double winners for
FSU. Hides erased meet an d
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vidual individual medley (2:09.3) and the
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son Thompson set meet, pool and school
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The amazing Florida basket basketball
ball basketball team makes its last home
court appearance of the year
when they take on the Florida
State Seminoles in a non-confer non-conference
ence non-conference game Wednesday at 8:15 p.
m. The game wlil be preceded
by a freshman contest between
the two schools at 6:00 p.m.
The Gators played Mississippi
on Monday night, but the score
was not available at press time.
The Tallahassee team had an
11-8 record after losing to the
Citadel, 79-66, last Saturday.
Among their wins were upsets
over Kentucky, Miami, and Geor Georgia.
gia. Georgia. The Gators defated team on
Dec. 14, 74-67 in the Capitol city.
Big Indian
Dave Fedor is the top Indian
for FSU. The 6-6 forward has
scored in double figures for 44
straight games. Ray Swain is the
No. 2 man.
Cliff Luyk and Lou Merchant
shared the heros role in the
last-second upset over Mississippi
State, 59-57, on Saturday to the
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basket on a 20-foot Jump allot
with four seconds left to play,
while Merchant hit from* all ov over
er over the court to make 11 shots out
of 18 for 22 point*.
Clutch Free Throw
With the score tied 57-57, on
George Jungs clutch free throw
with 2:18 to play, the Maroons
were trying to maneuver for one
last shot. Bob Shiver stole the
ball, Merchant passed down the
court to Luyk, and four seconds
later, the Gators gained another
incredible win.
It makes their SEC record 7-
3, one game behind State. They
are 12-9 in all games.
The Maroons lead at half,, 40-
39, and grabbed a quick second secondhalf
half secondhalf basket. They then refused to
shoot except on easy layups, much
to the disgust of UF fans. Des Despite
pite Despite boos, catcalls, and foot footstamping,
stamping, footstamping, the visitors froze the
ball four minutes at a time.
They moved ahead, 56-50, be before
fore before two baskets by Merchant,
one by Shiver, and Jungs free
throw set the stage for the fran frantic
tic frantic finish.