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Volume 53, No. 33

Scholarly Gators
To Go 'Bowling'
I
On TV Program
GE College Bowl CBS
Extend Cordial Invitation
By NANCY HOOTER
Gator Staff Writer
The UF will field a team of scholars, not athletes,
in its next bowl game.
Outstanding students will have a chance to partici participate
pate participate in the nationally televised General Electric College
Bowl quiz series bver CBS network, it was announced

POLL SAYS
UF HONORS
PROGRAM IS
INADEQUATE
|
The UF honors program has
been proven inadequate accord according
ing according to a poll taken of j more than
half the students who I participat participated
ed participated in honors sections j last year.
Most of the students feel it
would be a good idea to have
a separate honors college within
the university. They Complained
that some of the lecturers are
poor, and that honors often mean
only an increase in quality of
work while still covering identical
material.
I
Graduate Student Privileges
At schools with betjter honors
programs, honors students are
granted the same privileges as
graduate students. They are al allowed
lowed allowed informal seminars with dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished visitors.
Since they are allowed to take
more advanced work, they are
exempted from certain basic
courses. Honors students usually
do not take objective tests in
liberal arts courses and have lit little
tle little use for textbooks.
Recommendations for a better
co-ordinated honors program will
be submitted to student govern government
ment government and various deajhs by Gary
Brooks, secretary of sjtuderrt gov government
ernment government academic affairs.
Not Adequately Publicized
According to Brooks, the pro program
gram program presently is not adequately
publicized to take it* proper posi position
tion position as the academic standard for
the university college. He recom recommends
mends recommends this information be a part
of the orientation program.
Robert B. Mauts, dean of aca academic
demic academic affairs, is not jsure action
will be taken. He states that the
program doesnt have enough de demands
mands demands in some fields and is in incompatible
compatible incompatible with the current drive
for more student hours per pro professor.
fessor. professor.
, t
I
Sorority Pledge Lists
Announced Foil Spring
Hie official sorority rush lists
announced by Evelynf Sellers, As Assistant
sistant Assistant Dean of Women, show Ze Zeta
ta Zeta Tau Alpha leading with nine
pledges.
The sorority with | the second
largest pledge class |s Alpha Chi
Omega, with eight.
The others are: Alpha Epsilon
Phi, six; Delta Gambia, six; Phi
Mu, six; Alpha Delta PI, five;
Delta Delta Delta, five; Kappa
Delta, four; Chi Omega, three;
Delta PM Epsilon, two; Alpha
Omlcron Pi, one, and; Sigma Kap Kappa,
pa, Kappa, one.

Three Men With 'Scope'

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The invitation was extended for
the UF team and their coaches
to appear in the CBS Broadcast Broadcasting
ing Broadcasting Studio in New York for the
program of Sunday, May 21.
Due to the scheduling of the
program during final exam peri period,
od, period, arrangements will be neces necessary
sary necessary for the contestants to com complete
plete complete their exams at another
time.
Student Body President Bob
Park has issued an invitation
to all students in applying to be
participants in Floridas College
Bowl appearance to leave their
names and addresses in the
Florida Union.
Test Recall
,<*
The series, which is televised
every Sunday from 5:30 to 6
p.m., is an inter-collegiate game
to test the ability of the student
to recall specific facts in the
areas of English, literature, Euro European
pean European history, science, philosophy,
current affairs, music, mythology,
and the Bible.
Any undergraduate students
who have never received prizes
on any quiz shows are eligible
for participation. A committee of
faculty and administration person personnel
nel personnel is being formed to arrange
an elimination contest on the
campus. The four finalists select selected
ed selected in this contest will appear on
the program.
Reaction Speed Important
Each of the four students will
have a coach, selected from the
faculty, to instruct him in the
types of knowledge needed. In a
contest of this nature, speed of
reaction is as important as ac actual
tual actual knowledge.
(See UF, Page 2)
MAYS PLAYS,
MILLER OUT
The Glenn Miller Band is
unable to appear on the 1961
Military Ball bandstand be because
cause because of scheduling conflicts, it
was announced this week.
The Miller group was forced
to cancel its southern tour;
therefore the Military Ball com committee
mittee committee chose Billy May and Ms
orchestra in its place.
The orchestra, with Frankie
Lester as vocalist, will com combine
bine combine to form what a Military
Ball Committee spokesman cal called
led called the best dance band avail available.
able. available.
Billy May has arranged songs
for Frank Sinatra, and Mays
band has backed many of the
numbers.
Vocalist Frankie Lester star starred
red starred for many years with the
Tommy Dorsey Orchestra, and
he has also worked with the
Buddy Morrow Band.

Budget Cul
Endangers
UF Future
Costly Mistake:
President Reitz
By PAT TUNBTAIA.
Gator Editorial Assistant
Administrative prognosti prognostication
cation prognostication previewed a gloomy
future for the UF in the
coming biennium unless im important
portant important changes are made
in the State Budget Commis Commissions
sions Commissions monetary set-up.
UF President Dr. J. Wayne
Reitz stated that the Budget
Commissions stand, reducing pro professors
fessors professors salary increases from 19
to 13 per cent a reduction of
$695,000 could be the most
costly mistake to the future of
the state of Florida I could pos possibly
sibly possibly imagine.
The decrease appeared wheat
the Budget Commission as assumed
sumed assumed that 25 per cent of the
UFs faculty would occupy each
of the four academic positions
of professor, associate and as assistant
sistant assistant professor, and instructor.
The UF has more full and as assistant
sistant assistant professors than the Com Commission
mission Commission provided for, and fewer
associates and instructors.
Doesnt Meet Needs
Reitz explained the budget as
it now stand* meets the antici anticipated
pated anticipated revenue of the state for the
next two years, but not necessar necessarily
ily necessarily the anticipated needs.
Reitz will make Ms appeal
for restoration of budget cots
when the bouse and senate ap appear
pear appear on campus in the next few
weeks.
Reitz stated Sunday that ceil ceiling
ing ceiling might have to be placed on
enrollments in the University Col College
lege College and the College of Arts and
Sciences.
Tread Water*
We can do nothing more than
tread water, said Dean of Stu Students
dents Students Lester Hale Tuesday. We
will have to slow down our prog progress
ress progress unless we get some help
from the legislature.
(See WELL, Page t)
Notional Editor,
Poet To Lecture
Dr. John dardi, American poet
and editor of the Saturday Re Review
view Review of Literature, will apeak in
the University Auditorium at 8:15
p.m. on Wednesday, March 1.
He is sponsored by the Uni University
versity University Lecture Series. No ad admission
mission admission will be charged.
Author of several anthologies
and translations, Dr. Clardi has
taught at Harvard, Rutgers and
the University of Kansas City.
Appearing at the UF last year,
he claimed at that time that
more poems die of decency
than any other charge.
Os children he said, children
are outrageous and" childrens
poems should be outrageous al also.
so. also.

lndependents Fallguys
For Studeat'-United

United Party rebuked charges
against them and countered with
statements that Student Party is
not truly representative of the in interests
terests interests of independents.
United Independent Chairman

Chiefs Named,
'Squaw' Quits
Two editorial appointments and
a resignation highlighted the Wed*
nesday meeting of the Board of
Student Publications.
Michael Donaldson 4 JM was
appointed Editor of Scope, new
campus general magazine. Dennis
Keegan will head the 1941 F-Book.
To Assist
Assisting Donaldson will be Ro Robert
bert Robert Fichter, JSUC, Gainesville,
Managing Editor and Bob Kent,
SJM, Jacksonville. Business Man Manager.
ager. Manager.
Bonnie Butler, appointed 1963
editor of the Seminole submit submitted
ted submitted her resignation for the book.
With her permission, the board
deferred action until Feb. 29.
Continue Responsibility
Miss Butler will continue to be
responsible for the 1961 Semi Seminole,
nole, Seminole, which she accepted Feb. IS.
She is coordinating the remain remainder
der remainder of the book in the absence of
Editor Roger LaVoie, who is on
scholastic probation this semes semester.
ter. semester.
Sigma Delta CM, journalism ho honorary
norary honorary fraternity submitted a re re(See
(See re(See BOARD, Page t)

University of Florida, Goinosvillo Friday, Februory 24,1961

Opposing 'Gooning' Charges
Liven Election Proceedings

Witnesses, Photograph
<
Key to Tom Posters,
Election Law Violations
By JACK HORAN
And BILL CURRY
Gator Staff Writers
Two separate charges of election law violations
one each from both Student and United Parties were
filed Wednesday with the Secretary of the Interiors
office.
Complaints of alleged poop-sheet gooning have
been turned over to Bob Park, chairman of the Election
Board, for investigation by the board to determine if
they warrant a hearing.
Accompanying Student Partys complaint were 12
3igned witness-statements while United backed their
charge up with a photograph.

Student Party co-chairman John
Trekell filed against a goon
squad organized to tear down
Student Party posters.
Trekell Maimed that on the
morning of February 21 (Tues (Tuesday),
day), (Tuesday), between 5 and 7 a.m., some
20 to 25 persons tore down Stu Student
dent Student poop in the Plaza of the
Americas, between the Plaza and
the Hub, and took a Student ban banner
ner banner by force from four Sigma Al Alpha
pha Alpha Epsilon fraternity members.
Four Seen
? Four men were identified on
toe scene as members of a group
belonging to a United fraternity.
I have signed statements of
twelve witnesses who observed
the incident, said TrekeU.
He stated he received a mes message
sage message from sources I do not care
to disclose that an alleged pho photograph
tograph photograph would be turned over to
the Sec. of Interior proving Stu Student
dent Student was guilty of election law
violations if I lodged the com complaint
plaint complaint against these United party
members.
Existing statutes prohib prohibit
it prohibit using names of persons
accused of violating elec election
tion election rule*.
Uniteds charge was filed by
Steve Gardner, United Party
chairman
Gardner said witnesses ob observed
served observed a violation of election
laws by a Student Party official
early Tuesday morning near
North-South Drive.
(See GOONING, Page 2)

Mac Melvin Wednesday night
said the independent candidates in
the Student Party are in a "pre "precarious
carious "precarious position.
Discredits Claim
"The student Party claims that
they are Independent-oriented are
fallacious, he added.
Melvin stated that independents
in the Student Party, except for
the presidential candidate, would
remain in an non-influential posi position
tion position if elected.
He claimed independents have
received many benefits from the
past two United administrations
and doubted if similar benefits
would find support from a Stu Student
dent Student administration.
Denies Charges
In other action, United Party
Fraternity Chairman Steve Gard Gardner
ner Gardner denied charges that .the pre present
sent present United administration was
attempting to take undeserved
credit for the actions of others.
(Student Party Chairman John
Trekell was quoted in the last
edition of the Alligator as saying
United tried to take credit for
paving sidewalks at Die stadium
when the paving was actually
done by the Athletic Depart Department.)
ment.) Department.)
Blasts Trekell
"I'm surprised John Trekell
had the gall to charge Boh Parks
administration with making dis dishonorable
honorable dishonorable claims about its ac accomplishments,
complishments, accomplishments, said Gardner.
Im sorry the Student Party
has begun to sling muddy whis whispers.
pers. whispers. United shall continue its
above-the-board policies and com combat
bat combat rumors with facts, he add added.
ed. added.

CANDIDATES HOLD DORM WORD BATTLE

Over one hundred persons wit witnessed
nessed witnessed the first of the little great
debates in Hume Hall Wednesday
night between the United and Stu Student
dent Student Party presidential and vice vicepresidential
presidential vicepresidential candidates.
Student Partys Bruce Bullock
and Jack Mahaffey sat opposite
Uniteds Charley Wells and Paul
Hendrick in the Hume recreation
room.
The candidates were allowed five
minutes to speak apiece, while
questions from the audience con concluded
cluded concluded the evening.
Spectators thought the debate
was very enlightening, and well wellconducted,
conducted, wellconducted, but some thought too
short.
The debates were resumed in
Broward Hall after curfew hour by
special permission.
A few of the candidates remarks:
HENDRICK: I know of no man
who will look out for the interests
of the independents and will con continue
tinue continue the ideals of the Ripley-Park
administration bfetter than Charley
Wells.

Grades Chop
Six Contenders
From Balloting
Thursdays election will be
complicated by the recent dis disqualification
qualification disqualification of six candidates
for student government offices
and the introduction of several
new voting regulations.
Students will go to 21 polling
places between 8 a.m. and 8
p.m. Thursday to select next
years student government of officials
ficials officials and to pass on several
proposed constitutionnal revis revisions.
ions. revisions.
Candidates Dropped
Three United Party candi candidates,
dates, candidates, two Student Party candi candidates
dates candidates and one co-endorsed can candidate
didate candidate have been disqualified be because
cause because they did not meet grade
point average requirements.
New voting regulations include
a provision that voters must
select candidates for president
and vice president from the
same party.
One Lever
Secretary of Interior Don Co Cohen
hen Cohen said voting machines will
have only one lever for the two
positions.
A two-minute limit has been
levied on the voters time in
the voting booth and students
will not be allowed closer than
100 feet to the polling area
after they have voted.
Write-In Deadline
Cohen said any student who
wishes to conduct a write-in
campaign for the unopposed or
vacated positions must pay a
qualification fee in the student
government treasurers office
before 5 p.m. on March 2, elec election
tion election day.
United Party candidates who
were disqualified were seeking
seats on the Honor Court (Col (College
lege (College of Agriculture) and Legis Legislative
lative Legislative Council (Colleges of Agri Agriculture
culture Agriculture and Arts and Sciences).
(See RULE, Page 2)

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Jam As. ; M
if it* II we
W IHkSF'

Open Season on Gooners
As Flashbulbs Explode
Caught with Ms poop down
is an unidentified UF student
Tuesday night, engaged in the
ignoble art of gooning.** Other

The Candidates Speak

CHARLEY WELLS
President
* United Party
A successful student govern government
ment government administration depends
on a thorough understanding of
our problems and the prepara preparation
tion preparation of those who must solve
them.
Two platforms were offered
to you for consideration this
week. The difference between
them is the background and
responsible preparation exhibit exhibited
ed exhibited in the United program and
lacking in the promises of our
opposition.
Standing on proven record of
service we pledged ourselves
first to the expansion and im improvement
provement improvement of important pro programs
grams programs we have already begun.
In addition, these programs
outlined for the new United ad administration
ministration administration represent months
of preparation by your candi candidates
dates candidates in conferences with stu students
dents students and university officials.
The United Party stands
firmly behind its platform. It
is a platform which represents
the practical needs of the stu student
dent student body and the possible
achievements of your student
government.
We are prepared to assure
every student that each plank
in the United platform can and
will be realized. We promise
you a program of United action.
The opposition promises only
suggestions.
We ask you to study both
platforms and compare.

acts such as this were re reported
ported reported photographed by United
Party members armed with
cameras. Party Co- Chairman
Steve Gardner is perferring
charges against one alleged
gooner caught on film, a
member of Theta CM fraternity.

MAHAFFEY: A lot of apathy
existed in Bob Parks (United) ad administration.
ministration. administration. He had to replace 10
cabinet positions.
WELLS: It has been the Park
administration policy that if you
dont have the time \o fill your cab cabinet
inet cabinet post well, then well look for
another person.
BULLOCK: How can United
speak of responsibility when they
failed to fill the vacant post of
Dean of Mens Affairs for three threequarters
quarters threequarters of Parks term.
WELLS: If you remember, Bruce,
you were given the responsibility of
seeing the post filled but you be became
came became involved in business.
BULLOCK: I propose and en encourage
courage encourage any group of 30 people to
take advantage of football game
block seating next year, regardless
of affiliation.
WELLS: We have a thoroughly
researched platform of promises
that will be carried out, not mere
suggestions.

** BIB B
BRUCE BULLOCK
President
Student Party
Can the student in the Res Residence
idence Residence Halls on this campus be
served by Student Government?
The STUDENT PARTY feds
that the answer is emphatical emphatically
ly emphatically YES!
The opposition points with pride
to the post of Secretary of Mens
Affairs, and remarks that they
have made it a point to assign
this important position to an
Independent for the past two
years. That is 'TOT ENOUGH!
Both men in this position have
been Independents, but neither
has been a dormitory resident
... and the CONSTITUTION
states that the duty of this post
is to coordinate mens activities
ON CAMPUS!
It takes no more than a quick
glance at the administrations
advertisement on the back of
the STUDENT DIRECTORY to
note that far the bulk of this
fall semester this important post
was VACANT!!
Wher was the Secretary of
Mens Affairs when the ROTC
QUESTION was so hotly debat debated?
ed? debated? The post was VACANT.
Where was he when the STU STUDENTS
DENTS STUDENTS wanted more GATOR
HOPS this Fail? The post was
VACANT. Where was he when
the Mens Council had projects
to place before the Legislative
Council? The post was STILL
VACANT.
After considerable bickering
a good man was finally appoint appointed-after
ed-after appointed-after a delay of 'MANY
MONTHS! Is his RESPONSI RESPONSIBILITY
BILITY RESPONSIBILITY to afll STUDENTS?

Pre-fffecfioo
Foil Coverage

Six Pages This Issue


Campaign
Capsule
United and Student Par Parties
ties Parties exchanged charges of
"poop" gooning" and filed
these charges with the stu student
dent student government election
board.
Presidential and vice vicepresidential
presidential vicepresidential candidates de debated
bated debated in Hume and Bro Broward
ward Broward Halls Wednesday
night, supplementing "The
Candidates Speak" Alliga Alligator
tor Alligator feature.
A fact-finding board Is
preparing to distribute true
data pertinent to the cam campaigns.
paigns. campaigns.
Grades disqualified six
candidates from the ballot balloting,
ing, balloting, announced student
government, reiterating new
election rules.
United Party answered
recent Student Party charg charges
es charges that United no longer
represented Independents
but was controlled by an
elite nucleus.
The Alligator prepares
special election week cov coverage
erage coverage including annual
election night party broad broadcast.
cast. broadcast.

PARK NAMES
NON-PARTY
FACT-FINDER
COMMITTEE
Definite action to Inform stu students
dents students with factual and nonpartisan
candidate reports was annouc annoucd
d annoucd by student body president,
Bob Park.
In response to Tuesdays Alli Alligator
gator Alligator feature concerning student
election opinions, Park formed a
fact-finding committee represent representing
ing representing all area* of the campus.
Members will analyze the
background, qualifications, exper experience
ience experience and programs of all can candidates
didates candidates of both parties.
An objective analysis will be
presented to the students in a ser series
ies series of factual reports to be dis distributed
tributed distributed next week.
gt '' =====g=ggmHggga
GATOR GOES
ON RADIO
Latest election returns will be
boadcaet election night, March
t, as part of the annual Alliga Alligator-sponsored
tor-sponsored Alligator-sponsored election party.
Reports will go out on the
waves as long as they corns in,
until the winner Is officially an announced,
nounced, announced, said Dick Hebert,
managing editor.
The party will be broadcast
over radio WRUF by John Mill Miller,
er, Miller, a regular announcer for ra radio
dio radio station WGOG. The broad broadcast
cast broadcast will include a full analysis
of the campaign and election
and a continuing report of the
latest results.
As in the past, we hope to
present a full analysis of the
campaign leading up to the
election itself, explained He Hebert,
bert, Hebert, We will have access to
the latest totals coming In from
the polling booths and will re report
port report them as they come in.
Its a pretty hectic affair and
should prove very exciting. Well
stay on the air until a winner
is officially announced.
Refreshments will be served
in Bryan Lounge during the
broadcast.
Alligator Altars Plan
For Elaction Special
Hie election week will bring a
temporary change in the pub publishing
lishing publishing schedule of the Florida
Alligator.
The special election edition will
be distributed early Thursday
morning, March 2. Another edi edition
tion edition will appear on Friday morn,
ing, March 3.
Publication will be resumed ac according
cording according to schedule the following
week.

¥¥¥*



Page 2

Well 'Tread Water'
If State Legislature
Doesn't Come Rescue

(Continued From Page ONE)
We cant ride on sunahinie
and fresh air forever, not when
people also have to earn a HV*
ing and eat. There are many
professors who would like to
move to Florida, but not by
taking a cut in pay. J.
We must accept all academi academically
cally academically eligible students so far as
our living facilities will allow
us," said Hale.
A&S Hit Hard
Arts and Sciences is college ci cited
ted cited as one of the two to be most
drastically affected by the Budg Budget
et Budget Commissions stand.
We havent enough professors
we havent had for five years/
stated Assistant A&S Dean S. E.
Wimberly.
Registration this semester
was 11 per cent over what if
was at this same time lasi
year.
UF Bowl-Bound
One More Timet
(To Brain Game)
(Continued From Page ONE)
UF opponent will be one of the
following colleges: Colorado
State, Sweetbriar, Hanover, or
Johns Hopkins. They are sched scheduled
uled scheduled for appearance on the foolr
weeks before our appointment;
our opponent will be determined
by the eliminations in the previ previous
ous previous shows.
After Points
Each team of four students on
the program is competing for
points; the student with the
quickest, correct response gains
the points alloted to that ques question
tion question son. his teams total score.
The team with the greatest total
number of points is the winner
for the week. t
The winning team recjgjsvea i
$1,500 scholarship grant Md the
loser, a SSOO prize.
The coach also receives a gif :
from the sponsor.
The sponsor also pays all ex expenses
penses expenses for.jQie team and coach
to and from New York.
UF Film
A short one-minute film abou,
the UF will also be shown during
the program, which will expose
the University to nationwide pub*}
licty. i'
A winning team may partich
pate in five contests, after whiclj
they retire undefeated with $75,*
000 In prizes.
Aeronautic Head Named
For Engiireering Dept.
Dr. Mark H- Clarkson has been
appointed head of the Aeronaut!*
cal Engineering Department of
UFs College of Engineering, Dean
Joseph Weil announced 1
Formerly 4 technical supervisor
for the Chance Vought Aircraft
Corp., Dr. Clarkson will direct
the development of UFs new as astronautics
tronautics astronautics research program at
the Engineering and Industrial
Experiment Station. (

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iUeMwiClift
l-i u-t nn
MiJOiin

The florid* Alligator, Friday, Feb. 24, 1961

We have now reached just
about our limit, he said.
We had scheduled 47 new po positions
sitions positions about a one-quarter in increase.
crease. increase. We are now dropped to
almost none except for a few
inter-departmental shifts.

Proposed Aid
Hope Crvsfced
Hopes for UF aid from the
newly proposed $5.7 billion edu education
cation education program of the Kenne Kennedy
dy Kennedy administration were crushed
by President J. Wayne Reitz
Wednesday.
The Kennedy program, even if
passed, offers aid mainly only to
public and secondary schools.
The building program would
contribute only to housing or pos possibly
sibly possibly a new Florida Union for the
UF. No new housing is planned
for the biennium.
The total revenue picture
could be helped over the long run,
by providing more for the public
schools, whose allocations cannot
be reduced the residue of state
money could be turned over to
higher education, said Reitz.
There is no 50-50 building pro program
gram program (where the federal and
state governments would match
funds for buildings. The present
plan includes a loan fund for
higher education.
Florida statutes prohibit the
state from borrowing monies from
the federal government.


Delegates Respond to Pork
Federal Aid Support Plea

Seven Florida delegates in
Washington have responded to
Student Body Pres. Bob Parks 1
Jan. 30 telegrams requesting
their support of Pres. Kennedy's
federal aid to education program.
The delegates seemed interest interested
ed interested in education, according to
Park. They stated they would
Carefully study and consider
any proposals made concerning
federal educational aid. All an answered,
swered, answered, Parks communication*
within a week.
Members of the Florida delega delegation
tion delegation answering Parks telegrams
were representatives Charles E.
Bennett, Dante B. Fncell, Rob Robert
ert Robert Sikes, Paul G. Rogers, Wil William
liam William C. Cramer, James A. Haley
and Senator Spessard L. Holland.
Replies Not Released
The solons replies were not re released
leased released to the press, but Park
mentioned that two Fla. con congressmen
gressmen congressmen have drawn up propos proposals
als proposals for federal educational aid.
These proposals were discussed in
the replies of the two men, ac according
cording according to Park.
Park preferred not to identify
the congressmen, but said one
proposal concerned scholarships to
medical and dental students will willing
ing willing to serve in the Armed Forces
after graduation.
The second proposal would
amend the Internal Revenue Code

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Pater Sellers
"Surprise Package"
Yul Brynner
FEB. 25
"Cort A
Long Shadow"
Tarry Maora
Audit Murphy
"Ball, Book & Candle"
Jamas Stewart
Kim Novack
"North By
Northwest"
Cary Grant
Eva Maria Saint
FEB. 26, 27, 28
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Caarga Sandesr
Barbara Shally
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Young Cannibals"
Robert Wagner
MAR. 1,2, 3
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Paid Newman
- Joan Woodward
L ' i

We are making plans for the
worst, stated Wimberly. En Enrollment
rollment Enrollment goes up, and staff
doesnt. We keep searching for
places to expand.
The College has now asked
for the use of the University
Auditorium .for teaching 20
hours of class per week.
We plan to lump sections to together
gether together and teach large groups
wherever possible.
We have no new faculty and
expect a 15 per cent student in increase
crease increase in the fall, said Wimber Wimberly.
ly. Wimberly. So long as we must admit
the people the other colleges ad admit,
mit, admit, we are in trouble.
UC Hit, Too
University College was the oth other
er other of the two cited by Reitz to
be most affected by the lack of
finances.
Winston Little, Dean of UC,
stated that it is impossible to
name the breaking point when
UC will be unable to take more
students.
Os course we could always
add more students, and teach
AT them, said little, but
were doing that in many class classes
es classes already.
We must admit students in
the top 60 per cent of high school
classes.
Dont Have Room
We simply dont have room.
I understand that we will have
500 more freshmen in the fall. I
dont know what well do with
them.
Could the Board of Control
raise the admission requirements?
Yes, they could any time from
now on. But we have to let these
students in now.*

to allow tax deductions for cer certain
tain certain payments made and expens expenses
es expenses incurred in securing higher ed education.
ucation. education.
Benefit UF?
There is no way of knowing
how Kennedys aid to education
program would benefit the Uni University
versity University of Florida at this time,
Park stated.
He said no picture can be
framed until specific legislation is
proposed. Park feels any aid
which would supply loans or
funds for more classrooms and
dormitories would be a great
help.
Park, who sent his telegrams
on behalf of the Florida student
body, said he has no doubts that
the students are in favor of fed federal
eral federal aid.
UF Prof Notches Post
Dr. John Reeves, UF head pro professor
fessor professor of radiology, has been
named chairman of the Refresh Refresher
er Refresher Course Committee of the Ra Radiological
diological Radiological Society of North Ameri America.
ca. America.
He will be responsible for con conducting
ducting conducting about SO annual refresher
courses and for organizing most
of the program for the national
meeting each year.

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Charges
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(Continued From Page ONE)
He said Scott Anselmo, Bruce
Barnhill and Dave Stanley were
placing Anselmos posters when
they spotted four male students
placing Students posters over
Anselmog.
A flash photograph was taken
of the action, according to Gard Gardner.
ner. Gardner.
Barnhill asked the leader to
identify himself by showing his
student I.D. card as prescribed
in election laws, Gardner said.
Official Man
Barnhill is an election official.
The accused Student Party of official
ficial official refused to show his I.D.
and used profane comments con concerning
cerning concerning Barnhill, Gardner said.
According to Gardner, the
group left the area when again
asked to produce identification.
Gardner, said he believed all
evidence indicated both parties
were guilty of election rule in infractions.
fractions. infractions.
I have told our party that
they are not to violate any rules,
because we can win easily with without
out without resorting to shady tactics,
he said.
Over the years gooning has
accompanied heated pooping ses sessions,
sions, sessions, he said, and it is virtual virtually
ly virtually impossible for a party to con control
trol control all actions of its members.
Rule Welds Vote
On Top 2 Slots
(Continued From Page ONE)
Student Party candidates dis disqualified
qualified disqualified were running for Board
of Student Publications and an
Honor Court seat from the Col College
lege College of Pharmacy.
One of three co-endorsed Leg Legislative
islative Legislative Council candidates from
the College of Engineering was
also disqualified.
One position has been left
without any candidates by this
action: the College of Education
Honor Court seat.
Publications Board
Appoints, Considers
(Continued From Page ONE)
quest that after Keegans editor editorship
ship editorship they be permitted to super supervise
vise supervise the F-Book publication.
Bill Curry, spokesman for the
group, announced that Sigma Del Delta
ta Delta Chi will make such plans dur during
ing during the remainder of the semes*-
ter.
The unprecedented six and one onehalf
half onehalf hour meeting of the Board
was continued until Feb. 29 when
discussion of Alligator business
policies will be held.
College of Nursing
Gets Federal Grant
The U.S. Public Health Service
today awarded a traineeship
grant to the UF College of Nurs Nursing.
ing. Nursing. The grant, effective Sept.
1961, is designed to support a
years study for registered nur nurses
ses nurses working toward a bachelor
degree.
Candidates for this program
pay of S2OO per month must be
graduates of a state approved
nursing school, a U.S. citizen,
and able to enroll in a full-time
course of study.
Candidates for this program
will be selected by the College
of Nursing.

Full Text of Constitution
In Election-Day Balloting

ARTICLE I: No Change.
ARTICLE n
Section 201: No Change.
Section 202: Composition of the Legis Legislative
lative Legislative Council. The Legislative Council
of the Regular Session shall be composed
of the following:
A. Twenty five members to be elected
In the spring election from each col college
lege college and school of the University
with the remaining seats apportioned
by the Secretary of Elections on the
basis of enrollment among the col colleges
leges colleges and schools provided that within
the meaning of this section the fresh freshman
man freshman and sophomore classes shall be
considered colleges, and
B. Thirty members to be elected in the
fall election, provided that two twothirds
thirds twothirds of said members shall be
apportioned by the Secretary of Elec Elections
tions Elections on the basis of population,
among the several on-campus living
areas exclusive of fraternity and
sorority houses, and further provided
that each living area shall have at
least one representative. One-third
of said members shall be designated
off-campus representatives, and pro provided
vided provided that the off campus living area
shall include all students living off offcampus
campus offcampus and all fraternity, sorority,
and independent living organizations,
and further provided that a member
must continue to reside in the living
area from which he was elected
or forfeit bis seat in the Legislative
Council, the vacancy to be filled as
set forth elsewhere in this Consti Constitution.
tution. Constitution. An on-campus living area shall
be defined as an area governed
by an area office as prescribed by
Housing.
Section 203:
Paragraph 1: No Change.
Paragraph 2: Members of the Legisla.
tive Council, elected in the fall shall
be elected by a plurality of their re respective
spective respective constituencies, provided that
in the Fall Election a student can
vote only in the area in uftich he
is a resident and further provided that
he may vote for as many representatives
at are designated from his area.
Section 204, 203. 206, 207. 2M: No
Change.
Section 209:
Paragraph 1: No Change.
Paragraph 2: The presiding officer
shall appoint one of the members of the
Council to act as the Recording Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of the Council, whose duty It will
be to take the minutes of the Legis Legislative
lative Legislative Council, keep the attendance rolls,
and see that the minutes of the meeting
are mimeographed by the Monday pre preceding
ceding preceding the next regular meeting of the
Legislative Council.
Paragraph 3. 4: No Change.
Section 210. 211, 212: No Change.
ARTICLE in
THE EXECUTIVE:
Sections: 301, 302, 303, 304, 305: No
Change.
Section 306: Powers and Duties of the
President
The President shall he the chief exe executive
cutive executive of the Student Body: sign all
measures passed by the Legislative
Council, have the power to veto any
measure passed by the Legislative Coun Council,
cil, Council, provided that any such veto shall be
made before the next regularly sche scheduled
duled scheduled meeting of the Legislative Council,
and further provided that any vetoed
measures shall become law upon ap approval
proval approval of two-thirds of the members
present at a regular or special meeting
of the Council: call and preside over all
meeting of the student body: take care
that all provisions of this Constitution,
the laws of the Student Body, are
faithfully executed: appoint all com committees
mittees committees not provided elsewhere in this
Constitution, wliich he may deem neces necessary
sary necessary for the proper functioning of the
government or the general wen-being of
the Student Body: publish in THE FLOR FLORIDA
IDA FLORIDA ALLIGATOR at least three weeks be before
fore before the spring elections notice of and
place of such elections (failure to do
so any of which shall cause the election
to be null and void, provided the ob.
jection is lodged with the Treasurer of
the Student Body within forty-eight hours
after the deadline for nominations when
the date for nomination and election
shall be automatically postponed for one
week.)
Section 307 (13):
A. Inspector General, whose duty it
shall be to:
a. Inquire into areas where prob problems
lems problems or students feel that prob problems
lems problems exist.
b. serve as the detector and dis disclosure
closure disclosure of these problems.
c. serve as the instrument of pro proposals
posals proposals for the solution of these
problems.
d. serve as an ex officio member
of the Student Health Liaison
Music Set
Airs Notes
Os Profs
Two compositions by members*
of the UF faculty will be pre presented
sented presented at the faculty concert to
be given by Dr. Ouida Fay Paul,
contralto, and Miss Donna Bait Baitnott,
nott, Baitnott, oboist, in the new P. K.
Yonge Auditorium on Tuesday,
February 23, at 8:15 p.m.
Dr. Paul will present Images
Antiques, a. set of songs which
Dr. A. Didier Graeffe has com composed
posed composed to three poems by the
French poet, Paul Valery. Dr.
Graeffe, associate professor of
humanities, composed these songs
several years ago but they will
receive their first performance
on Tuesday night with the Com Composer
poser Composer at the piano.
Miss Donna Boitnott, instructor
in woodwind instruments and mu music
sic music education, will perform Le Legende,
gende, Legende, for oboe and piano, by
Russell Danburg, chairman of the
piano and theory faculty of the
Department of Music. Mr. Dan Danburg
burg Danburg will also be at the piano for
this composition.
Samuel Teeters, of the Depart Department
ment Department of Music faculty, will be
the accompanist in the other
works to be performed by Dr*
Paul and Mis* Boitnott and they
will be assisted In one number
by Marie Henderson, cellist.
This concert will be the first
of several in the second semester
faculty series to be held in the
auditorium of the new P. K.
Yonge School. Admission to all
Department of Music concerts is
free.

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ARTICLE IV
The Judiciary:
Section 401: No Change.
Section 402:
Par. 1: Hie members of the Honor
Court for the Regular session shall be
a Chancellor. w 4 shall be a law student,
a Clerk, eight permanent Justices, being
in upper division or graduate school* for
the majority of their term. The law shall
be considered
a graduate school. These Justices will
be elected from the campus at large.
Par. 2: There shall be five tem temporary
porary temporary Justices drawn from a panel of tea
students selected st random from those
names on file with the Dess of Student
Affairs.
Par. 3:-The temporary justices
a member of the Honor Court who. at
the time of his election, does not have
a scholastic average es 2.23 or greater
for his total period as a member es
the student Body, which total period shall,
exceed two regular semesters, and no
member of the Honor Court shall, during
his term of office, hold any other office
of the Student Body, or of any Class, or
of any subsidiary organizations whose offi officers
cers officers are selected at a general election.
Par. 4: There shall be a Board
of Advisors udiose sole duty will be
to prevent administration breakdown.
The board shall recommend to the Legis Legislative
lative Legislative Council, any action it deems
necessary in the prevention of a break breakdown
down breakdown of the Court.
Members of the Board shall be: Presi President
dent President of Student Body, Chairman: Presi President
dent President of Florida Blue Key; President of
Mortar Board; Chancellor, Dean of Men
and Dean of Women.
Section 403:
Par. 1: The Chancellor and Clerk
of the Regular session shall be chosen
in the Spring Election by plurality vote
of the Student Body. The permanent
Justices of the Regular session shall be
chosen in the Spring Election by a
plurality vote of the Student Body.
Par. 2: The members of the Honor
Court of the Regular session shall take
office on the day following the canvassing
of election results by the Legislative
Council following their election, and shall
serve for one year,
shall serve for one session of the court
Par 3: No student shall become
(one evening's set of trials). The tem temporary
porary temporary justices shall be sworn in by the
Chancellor after approval of a majority
of the permanent Justices sitting on the
court during that session, the Defense and
Attorney General having had opportunity
to examine each before the permanent
Justices sitting on the Court.
Section 404: A vacancy in the- office
of Chancellor shall bo appointed, by a
majority of the elected Justices, from a
panel of three law students. This list
will be submitted to the Court by the
Board of Advisors. A vacancy in the
office of Cleric shall be filled by a mem memos
os memos the court, designated- by the Chancel Chancellor.
lor. Chancellor. Vacancies in the Justices shall be
designated by the Chancellor.
Section 405:
Par. l: No change.
Par. 2: The Clerk shall bo responsi responsible
ble responsible for orientating all students and
faculty.
Par. 3: The Justices shall ait in
judgement on trial of such charges, and
participate in the Decisions within the
civil jurisdiction of the Honor Court,
and perform such other duties as the
Chancellor may prescribe.
Par. 4, t: No change.
Par. 6: The attorney general shall
at the direction of the Chancellor in investigate
vestigate investigate charges of Honor Code viola violations
tions violations and present his recommendations
to the Chancellor. If the Chancellor deems
the chargee worthy of trial, the Attorney
General shall represent the Student Body
at the trial in seeing that all facts
are responsibly presented. The Attorney
General shall be required to take an
oath affirming his responsibility to pro protect
tect protect the rights of both the Innocent and
guilty, such oath to be administered
by the Chancellor. The Attorney General
and his staff who shall be law students
and individually appointed by the Chancel Chancellor
lor Chancellor approved by a majority of the per permanent
manent permanent Justices, and sworn by the
Chancellor before the Court
Section 406:
Par. 1: The justices may, upon re recommendation
commendation recommendation of the Chancellor, by a
majority vote, approve reprimands or
loss of credit for behavior in contempt
of the Honor Court in Its proceedings.
Penalties levied under the authority of
this section may be appealed to the
Faculty Discipline Committee.
Par. 2: No change.
Par. 3: The powers of the Honor
Court shall include the power to re require
quire require witnesses to appear, but no wit witness
ness witness shall be required to testify against
himself.
Par. 4: The Dean of Student Affairs

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will submit to the Clerk a panel of ten
prospective jurors within ninety-six hours
of the trial date. The Clerk shall notify
the prospective jurors within forty-eight
hours, provided that If this is not
carried out the jurors do not become
subject to the contempt power.
Par. 5: A formal set of rules and Pro Procedures
cedures Procedures shall be prepared by the
Chancellor and submitted to the Per Permanent
manent Permanent Justices for majority approval
each April 1, or as soon thereafter
as practicable. Until such new rules are
approved, the previous rules shall govern.
Section 407: Every student shall be
bound by the Honor Code, which assumes
an inherent sense of honor and responsi responsibility
bility responsibility in all Florida students, prohibits
cheating, failure to report cheating,
stealing and negotiating worthless checks,
and places responsibility for enforcement
on every student.
Section 40*: No change.
Section 409:
Par. 1: The Honor Court, in its penal
jurisdiction, is empowered to penalize
all violators of the Honor Code, after a
full hearing by the Honor Court of the
charges of such violations. A quorum
of the Court shall consist of ten Justices
and at least two-thirds of the Justices
present must concur on both guilt an*
penalty.
Par. 2: The only violations of the
Honor Code cognizable by the Honor
Court shall be cheating, stealing and ne negotiating
gotiating negotiating worthless checks provided that
issuing a worthless shall be no such
violation unless a student fails to redeem
such worthess check or to provide the
holder thereof with sufficient security of
assurance of payment within forty-eight
hours after notice to such student.
Par. 3(4>: No change.
Section 410: No change.
Section 411: No change.
Section 412:
Par. 1: Only members of the Honor
Court duly elected or appointed to fill
permanent vacancies shall sit in judge judgement
ment judgement of a charge of violation of the
Honor Code and participate in the de decision
cision decision thereon. The chancellor shall
preside at all hearing of such charges,
but shall not participate in the decisions
thereon.
Par. 2: No change.
Par. 3: A quorum to conduct hearings
of charges of Honor Code violations shall
be constituted by ten members who are
qualified to sit in judgement of such
charges and participate in the decisions
thereon.
Par. 4: Any student charged with a
violation of the Honor Code shall be
notified of such charge and of the hearing
thereof no less than ninety-six hours
prior to such hearing. Upon such hearing
sueh student shall be entitled to face his
accusers end to learn any matter con.
sidered by the Honor Court in its decision
on the charge.
Par. 5: All cases coming to the Honor
Court must be brought to trial by the
end of the semester following the re reporting
porting reporting of the case.
Section 413: No change.
Section 414:
Par. 1. 3. 3. and 4: No change.
Par. 5: The board of Masters is re responsible
sponsible responsible for acting in an advisory capa capacity
city capacity on Constitutional opinions, subject
to a majority of elected permanent
justices.
Section 415: No change.
ARTICLE
Section 501: The Student Body Funds
shall be defined as the total of all moneys
received by any activity listed in the
Student Activity Fee Section of the Stu
dent Body Finance Law. This Includes
Student Activity Fees, Ticket Sales. Re Receipts
ceipts Receipts Traffic Court Income, Advertising
Income, Mailing Fees, Qualifying Feea,
Magazine Sales and all other Income
including Surplus Funds.
Section 502. Disbursement of Student
Body Funds
The Legislative Council ahall have
ole and complete power to control
disbursement of the funds of the
Student Body in accordance with the
budgets of the individual organizations as
approved by the Legislative Council, pro provided
vided provided that approval by the Legislative
Council of the budget submitted by the
Intramural Department and Florida Union
shall constitute the sole authority of the
Legislative Council over these organiza organizations
tions organizations and further provided that the Ath Athletic
letic Athletic Department haa no obligation to
comply With the procedures regardin
budgets and disbursements of this article.
Section 503. Collection of Student Acti Activity
vity Activity Fee*
Student Activity Fees shall be col collected
lected collected by the Cashier of the Uni University
versity University upon registration of each atudent
and shall be held by him, subject only
to requisitions by the Legislative Council
through the Treasurer of the Student
Body. The Funds of the Student Body
shall be bonded by the University Busi Business
ness Business Manager.

Section 504. Fiscal Control of tlio Student
Body Funds
The Legislative Council shall pre.
scribe in the Laws of the stu student
dent student Body such refutation* it m *y
deem necessary for the requisition and
handling of student funds, and shall have
power to hold up any funds going to
any person, group, or organisation bene benefitting
fitting benefitting from the Student Body Funds for
failure to comply with said regulations
or for violation of any provision of this
Constitution, or any charter, or any law
of the Student Body.
Section 509. Budgeting of the Student
Activity Fee
The budgeting of the Student Activi.
ty Fee shall be incorporated into
a Finance Law provided that the
Student Activity Fee Budget can be
changed and rebudgeted upon approval
of two-third of the Legislative Council
Members present and voting at a Council
meeting, approval of the President and
Treasurer of the Student Body, and ap approval
proval approval of the President of the University
or his designated administrative officer,
provided that failure of any one of these
bodies St persons to approve said
changes in the Student Activity Fee
Budget shall constitute a veto which can cannot
not cannot be over ridden.
Section 506. Submission and Approval of
Organization Budgets
Each organization which derives income
from the Student Activity Fee shal he
required to submit to the Legislative Coun Council
cil Council a budget which includes alt Income s
defined in Article 5, Section 501. This V
mission shall be in accordance with t*e
procedure set down in the Finance t 'v
of the Finance Manual. A matoritv of
those In the Legislative Council proert
and voting shall be necessary to apurove
a budget provided that the Treasurer of
the Student Body may veto any budet
so approved, and further provided that
the Legislative Council by two-thirds ma majority
jority majority vote of those present and voting
may override said veto. In accordance
with the procedures set forth in fids
Section. Als6. by Section 502 of Artic'e
V., the Athletic Department is tinder ro
obligation to submit a budget to the Leg Legislative
islative Legislative Council.
Section 507. Surplus Funds
All undesignated and unbudgeted funds,
unspent, at the end of the fiscal year,
June 30 for the regular session and at
the end of summer session for the sum summer
mer summer account, shall revert to a surplus
account established for that purpose. ThTs
money shall be apportioned to deserving
activities as the Legislative Council gee*
fit by a majority vote of those present
and voting and approval of the Treasurer
of the Student Body, except in the ease
of THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR. THE]
SUMMER ALLIGATOR, THE SEMINOLE*
THE ORANGE PEEL. THE "F** BOOK,
and SCOPE where such surpluses shall
revert to the Publications Reserve Fund*
provided that all of the above aniptuseg
may be transferred to other Binds at
the direction of the Legislative CeucU,
provided that up to ten per cent of ths
Publication Reserve Fund may be dis disbursed
bursed disbursed upon majority approval of the
Treasurer of the Student Body. The Treas Treasurer
urer Treasurer of the Student Body shall have the
power to veto any of the above transfers
provided that the Legislative Council may
override a veto by twodhlrds vote of
those members present and voting. The
Surplus Funds of the Intramurals De Department,
partment, Department, Athletic Department and the
Florida Union shall be allocated as those
respected departments see fit.
ARTICLE VI. VII: No change
ARTICLE VIII
Par. 1: The officers of the Freshman
Council shall be a President. Vice-Presi Vice-President,
dent, Vice-President, and Secretary-Treasurer. These offi officers
cers officers shall constitute the Freshman Class.
Par. 2,3: No change.
ARTICLES IX. X, XI: No change
ARTICLE XII
This Constitution shall go Into eiiect
March 10. 1961 if passed, and any offi officers
cers officers elected In the spring elections of
1860 shall hold their office for the full
term designated in this Constitution.

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Street.
The 17 students in the organi organization,
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the state, are experimenting in a
new kind of living-together ar arrangement.
rangement. arrangement.
Although the boys live in one
house and the girls in the other,
they share meals and study
times. The students in the or organisation
ganisation organisation consider the advant advantages
ages advantages to lis in their opportunities
to be themselves in the presence
of others.
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she said.
She leveled another criticism of
her classmates: We split up
our personalities. In the dorm, in
the classroom, in church, we
are different persons. It is a
severed existence.
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be the same kind of person all
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The ideas for this community
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Numbers Are Not Lone Success Criteriu

By MARIANNE AWTREY
Gator Editorial Assistant
The committee reports empha emphasized
sized emphasized the feeling that the success*
of functions sponsored by student
organizations should not be judged
on the basis of the number of peo people
ple people attending a particular function.
Each activity that is meaningful,
even if only for a small group of
people, should be equally encour encouraged.
aged. encouraged. The rewards of the program
are more important to the indivi individual,
dual, individual, rather than stressing that a
large number should be benefited
by each activity.
Bob Gunn, committee co-chair co-chairman.
man. co-chairman. stated that the theory of the
committee was, from the begin beginning,
ning, beginning, to strive for many varied
programs, and provide something
of interest to as many students as
possible.
As one member of our com committee
mittee committee put it, continued Gunn,
ten programs involving ten stu-

USED C-22
SYLLABI NOT
AT CAMPUS
BOOKSTORE
Complaints about the cost of
texts for C-22 and the inavail inavailability
ability inavailability of used books for the
course prompted student govern government
ment government to inquire at the bookstores
this week.
John Flynn, student govern government
ment government publicity chairman, called
the bookstores to find out why
students were not able to sell or
buy used syllabi for C-22 B and
C-22 X.
The campus bookstore stated
that their policy is not to buy
used papeihound books except on
special request from a depart department,
ment, department, because most of these are
in a state of constant revision.
Period of Growth
Harold L. Knowles, head pro professor
fessor professor of the physical sciences,
said, We are in a period of
growth, and a s the syllabus
keeps changing, a second-hand
text is worthless to the student.
Also, there are multiple choice
questions to be answered in the
book, and possession of a mark marked
ed marked book would prevent the stu student
dent student from getting the full value
of the course.
C-22 B is slated to be discon discontinued
tinued discontinued before next spring semes semester,
ter, semester, and the C-22 X text will be
revised again by next February.
The eventual aim is to publish
C-22 X in textbook form.
High Cost
The high cost of the syllabi
arises from the cost of secur securing
ing securing research materials, some of
which are not available on cam campus,
pus, campus, according to Knowles. Copy Copyright
right Copyright fees and translation charges
on some of the material are also
contributing factors.

Sponsor Program Study

Every foreign student who en entered
tered entered the UF this semester has
been assigned a sponsor, report reported
ed reported Bill Hollingsworth, chairman of
the sponsor program.
The program, run jointly by the
Florida Blue Key and Mortar
Board, matches each foreign stu student
dent student with an American student
of corresponding major, age, and
extra curricular interests.
A faculty student evaluation
committee is being formed with
Frank Logan, member of Florida
Blue Key, as chairman. This com-,
mittee will evaluate the effective effectiveness
ness effectiveness of the program and make
recommendations for improve improvements.
ments. improvements.
Both the foreign students and
their American sponsors will be
questioned by the committee for
their reactions and suggestions.
The findings of this committee
should be formulated by the end
of this semester in time for use
for the fall program, which will

(EDITOR'S NOTE: This
is the first in o series delv delving
ing delving into problems turned up
by the student government
social and cultural evalua evaluation
tion evaluation committee.)

dents each, are as important as
one program than encompasses
one hundred people.
Gunn explained that many small
organizations have become dis discouraged
couraged discouraged and discontinued their
activities because attendance was
not large. The committee hopes to
encourage groups to keep on
scheduling events as long as it is
economically feasible and a group
of followers, no matter how small,
is enjoying participation.

Brainstorming Committee
Plans UF Improvements

A brain storming committee
has blown up with some strong
[ideas on improving the participa participation
tion participation in social and cultural events
on campus.
The committee emphasized two
points in making their final re report.
port. report. One, that the number of
people involved in any one acti activity
vity activity should not be a major fac factor
tor factor in deciding if it is worth worthwhile;
while; worthwhile; and, second, a lack of
publicity for small groups in the
Alligator is a deterrant to the
success of some small groups.
The committee, led by co codhairman
dhairman codhairman Frank T. Adams, dean
of Men, and Br*t Gunn, was or organized
ganized organized last October to evaluate
the social and cultural activities
available to the students, and
make recommendations as to
how they could be improved.
Divided Into Six
The group divided into six sub subcommittees,
committees, subcommittees, each of which studied
one area of campus activities,
evaluated the existing programs,
and came up with ideas for im improvements,
provements, improvements, and expansion.
The committee on small group
social activities made the initial
observation that the woik of the
committee began with the small smallest
est smallest group, the single student, and 1
his inward reaction to the total
campus.
This committees suggestions
are directed, in their words, to toward
ward toward enhancing the community
spirit of the University rather
than In making specific recom recommendations
mendations recommendations for organized activi activities.
ties. activities.
Two Main Areas
The sports activities sub-com sub-committee
mittee sub-committee concentrated on two main
areas, asking the questions;

serve About 100 entering foreign
students, stated Hollingsworth.
The sponsor program is design designed
ed designed to provide more two-way com comtact
tact comtact between foreign students and
Americans and to promote inter interchange
change interchange between cultures.

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    ON SOCIETY AND CULTURE

    | What can be done in sports to
    create better relationships be between
    tween between groups on campus?, and
    j What specific items can be
    made available to the students to
    enlarge facilities available to stu students
    dents students on a small social level?
    Small group cultural activities
    were considered by a third sub subcommittee,
    committee, subcommittee, which recommends
    permanent support of a literary
    journal, continuation of student
    j government sponsored cos fee
    ! presentations by the school by j
    Journalism and Communications. I
    The need was felt to establish
    a sub committee to explore the
    existence of the Greek-Indepen Greek-Independent
    dent Greek-Independent Barrier. The committee felt
    after investigation that it was not I
    sure such a barrier existed as a
    real problem on campus, and if 1
    it did, any projects to be under-j
    taken as a remedy were covered J
    within the fields of the other
    subcommittees.
    False Atmosphere V*
    This sub committee algo felt
    that any projects which might be
    undertaken by fraternities or so so;
    ; so; rorities could very easily have a
    false atmosphere about them,
    and make such a problem, if it
    indeed exists, more acute.
    A fifth sub-committee under undertook
    took undertook the work of determining j
    what could be done on a large'
    scale to supplement the current
    Lyceum Council programs ai#d i
    other campus wide programs.
    Increased cooperation and sup support
    port support between agencies on cam campus
    pus campus was urged in the report,
    and representatives from the De Department
    partment Department of Music, the Lyceum
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    The Florida Alligator, Friday, Fab. 24, 1961

    Three sub-committees were
    formed to look into the problems
    of small-group programs on cam campus.
    pus. campus. Each sub-committee pro proceeded
    ceeded proceeded on the assumption that the
    criteria for judging a successful
    project was not the largest num number
    ber number people that could conceivably
    be involved.
    Cover Many Fields
    Definite suggestions arising from
    the sub-committee work were con concerned
    cerned concerned with social, cultural and

    j Council and the University Lec Lectures
    tures Lectures Committee have already
    | met to discuss this suggestion.
    Debate Series Recommended
    It was also recommended that
    the University Debate Club put
    on a series of debates each year
    on campus on topical subjects re relating
    lating relating to local, University, state,
    national and international affairs.
    A complete renovation of Uni University
    versity University Auditorium was recom recommended,
    mended, recommended, and the need for a com completely
    pletely completely new auditorium was dis discussed
    cussed discussed as some length In the re report.
    port. report.
    The entire committee report has
    been turned over to Bob Park.i
    student body president.
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    sports events to be organized
    through small groups, as well as
    better coordination of large activi activities
    ties activities involving much of the student
    body.
    No activity that was economic economically
    ally economically practical has been pushed
    aside by the committee simply be because
    cause because it would not appeal to many
    people, according to Gunn. The
    recommendations that have been
    made by the sub-committees cover
    every field on campus, from
    weight-lifting to literary publica publications.
    tions. publications.
    Some ideas were discarded of
    necessity. said Gunn. We had to
    limit ourselves to programs possi possible
    ble possible on this campus, but concrete
    suggestions for utilizing present
    facilities and planned University
    expansion are included in our
    complete report.

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    j nominations for membership.
    Qualifications include a girla
    having completed her juniefir
    year by the beginning of next fail
    excelling in scholarship, leader leadership,
    ship, leadership, and service. No senior is
    elegible.
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    campus organizations seeking re recommendations.
    commendations. recommendations. Any university
    student or faculty member may
    submit a nomination by sending
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    ida Florida Union by March 3.

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    EDITORIAL STAFF
    Frances Aldman. iarol BnUer. Sue Alien Cantben,
    Joe Cobb. Bill Curry, I Diane Falk, Bobbie Fleischman.
    Harvey Goldstein, Naricy Hooter, Jack Horan, George
    Moore, Phyllis Smith, Nell Swan.
    SPORTS STAFF
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    Lower division is, lets face it, a
    great big conglomerate mass of stu student
    dent student bodies, faculty bodies and over oversized
    sized oversized classes, 411 packed together in
    one great surging mass.
    To even suggest that closer faculty facultystudent
    student facultystudent relations might be obtained
    out of this impersonal wave of hu humanity
    manity humanity seems, at first blush, absurd.
    t *
    BUT WE HAVE three suggestions
    which we think are, if given a fair try,
    very workable. )
    For one thing, enough use isnt be being
    ing being made of the Universitys own fa facilities
    cilities facilities which themselves so fa favorably
    vorably favorably to the bringing together of
    faculty and student groups.
    We refer to [the various places on
    campus particularly in the Florida
    Union whicfi furnish ample space
    and atmospherip for such gatherings.
    it *
    THESE, coupled with University
    Food Service's; catering service, are
    the answer for those groups -which
    are too large to congregate in the pro professors
    fessors professors homes or other smaller, better,
    but nevertheless unsuitable places.
    Here again, fn concurrence with our
    previoys suggestion that student gov government
    ernment government personally encourage profs
    and students tp assemble together in
    homes, studeris leaders could also
    promote the idea of using the Univer University
    sity University where the other method is im impracticable.
    practicable. impracticable. j
    f *
    OUR SECONjD suggestion would en enlist
    list enlist the help of' fraternities, sororities
    and other organizations.
    Many of th| Greek orders invite
    faculty members to their houses from
    time to time. But, very few of them do
    it on a regular basis and some do it
    not at all.
    ~ The houses are ideal locales for
    such gatherings. Meals, comfortable
    surroundings £nd the presence of
    many younger!members and pledges
    who, by virtue jof their academic stat status,
    us, status, are seldom afforded the opportun opportunity
    ity opportunity of close, personal contact with
    their instructors, could all add up to
    enjoyable and profitable affairs.
    * *
    WED LIKE to see the Inter-Fra Inter-Fraternity
    ternity Inter-Fraternity and Pan-Hellenic Councils in incorporate
    corporate incorporate such) a program within all
    the houses as a means toward the fur furthering
    thering furthering of academic inouiry, as well
    as promoting better relations.
    The student religious centers can
    and do encourage such occasions,
    and clubs and organizations with no
    meeting houses of their own are able
    to take advantage of the campus fa facilities.
    cilities. facilities.
    The cost of such assemblages is
    small indeed in light of the prospec prospective
    tive prospective worth to those taking part.
    * *
    OUR THIRD suggestion, we impart
    to the faculty.
    Every acadeinic department in this
    University must have at least one rel relatively

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    Editorials

    It Takes Pull

    Friday, February 24,1961

    EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS
    f
    Mary Ann# Awtrey, Nancy Mykel, Pat TnaslaO.
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    atively relatively dead afternoon a week. The
    ones were familiar with seem to.
    Every week, theres one afternoon in
    which several hours pass enclosing not
    much of anything.
    WHILE its certain that all the de department
    partment department personnel arent just sitting
    twiddling their thumbs theyre do doing
    ing doing something! these periods would
    seem to provide a beaut of an oppor opportunity
    tunity opportunity for little informal departmental
    koffee klatches with students in invited
    vited invited in.
    These, we feel, are three ways in
    which the heavily populated, lower lowerdivision
    division lowerdivision ranks faculty and students
    could start getting to know one an another
    other another better . three ways in which
    lower-division could start pulling it itself
    self itself together.
    I
    Why Vote?
    Once upon a time, student govern government
    ment government was for the birds. But, the tale
    of our governing body to date has a
    happier ending. At least, it should
    have.
    All too often in the press it has been
    pointed out that the campus at large
    is apathetic when it comes to voting.
    What does student government do
    for me is the old hackneyed ques question.
    tion. question.
    4 *
    DIDNT YOU enjoy Shelley Berman
    this week? Student government
    brought him here for you. What about
    the Broward Hops, Florida Players
    productions, or any of the many other
    social programs on this campus ?
    Without a doubt, SG makes life a bit
    more interesting and enjoyable
    around here.
    444
    BY FAR, thats not all. In the past
    few years, our student leaders have
    taken a mature hand with the basic
    issues confronting our education. We
    may not be able to cite more and bet better
    ter better classrooms, more and better profs
    being payed more and better wages
    . . but it isnt student governments
    fault.
    The sound of SGs voice has been
    heard in Tallahassee. We can only
    pray it will be heeded as well.
    No, the government has not let the
    students down. It is more to be feared
    that the students will let their govern government
    ment government down.
    444
    YOU MAY feel you dont need stu student
    dent student government. It certainly feels
    that it needs you, the only people it is
    meant to help.
    It doesnt affect you? Then make
    it! Make your interests known! Make
    it work for you! VOTE!

    kVgll/p
    I fj I
    f / If
    "I Just Can't Pull Myself Together"

    THE TOP DRAWER

    It's Funny And It's Sad;
    SG's Only Fooling Itself

    By FRED FROHOCK
    This is always an amazing'
    time of year.
    Each spring semester at
    about this time there sweeps
    over a portion of the campus
    called the Florida Union a phe phenomenon
    nomenon phenomenon known as student gov government
    ernment government elections.
    OCCASIONALLY the remain-

    der of the
    campus gets
    wind of this
    occurrence and
    votes in num numbers
    bers numbers ranging
    from twenty to
    thirty per cent
    of the student
    body fully
    two-thirds of
    the group be being
    ing being compelled

    fimhock

    by fraternal pressures to partici participate.
    pate. participate.
    And every year at this time,
    altho this erupts also sporadi sporadically
    cally sporadically during the fall semester,
    there emerges from the mellow
    vocal areas of political throats
    plaintive bleats bemoaning the
    inexplicable apathy of the elec electorate
    torate electorate vis-a-vis campus politics,
    * *
    IT IS NOT go difficult to ex exexplain
    explain exexplain this apathy.
    The brutal fact is that student
    government is essentially peri peripheral
    pheral peripheral to any meaningful por portion
    tion portion of a students life. There
    is nothing that political lead leadders
    ders leadders can do in office that will
    perceptably alter the essentials
    of anyones university existence.
    This is not to say that the
    government does nothing. It
    probably is very busy in its
    own way.
    * *
    BUT IT IS compelled to op operate
    erate operate within the context of pol policy
    icy policy determined finally by faculty
    and administrative leaders. No

    MANAGING EDITOR'S NOTE

    All The King's Horses,
    AH The King's Men...

    By DICK HEBERT
    Vicious circles can prove to
    be the most destructive forces
    in the worldespecially when
    they roll somewhere.
    Its bad enough when we go
    round and

    HEBERT

    round and
    never get any anywhere.
    where. anywhere. But if
    the circle
    moves watch
    out.
    Circles are
    bad. Vicious
    circles are
    worse. Mov Moving
    ing Moving vicious cir circles
    cles circles are even

    worse. And a world-wide mov moving
    ing moving vicious circle is the abso absolute
    lute absolute of evils. And we students
    are smack dab in the middle
    of one.
    *
    ENOUGH of riddles. Back
    to earth.
    Even I can see that this cir circle
    cle circle the worldis not the
    same as that of the age of
    David and Goliath. We have
    progressed! In the days of the
    Sling Shot Kid, poor David
    could be a shepherd, songster,
    popular recording artist, com composer,
    poser, composer, harpist, warrior and king,
    all in the same book.
    But we are in an advanced
    civilizationspecialized. Either
    you are enrolled in animal hus husbandry,
    bandry, husbandry, or music, or ROTC, or
    political science. You are sel seldom
    dom seldom in two or more of these.
    *
    is passed. Its for the old-timers,
    is passed. Its for the old-timers.
    Here are the spokes in the
    world-wheel: Adam begat Eve,
    and Eve raised Cain, and Cain
    begat specialization (one brother
    a murderer, the other, murder murdered.)
    ed.) murdered.)
    Such specialization begat more
    and more specialization until
    down through the ages we
    wound up with not a University
    of Florida, but an institution of
    colleges, then of departments.
    .... and you know where we
    are now.
    * *
    WE HAVE some 10 depart departments
    ments departments in the College of Engi Engineering
    neering Engineering today, to cite but one
    example. One of these is called
    Nuclear Engineering (as dis distinct
    tinct distinct from Nuclear Physics).

    critical decision is ever made
    by a student.
    As a result, the function of
    campus government is more
    akin to the role of a local ad administrative
    ministrative administrative department carry carrying
    ing carrying out already determined pol policy.
    icy. policy. Any freedom of decision is
    invaribly limited to minor al alterations
    terations alterations in higher directives.
    As a further result, no one in
    the electorate is vitally interest interested
    ed interested in an enterprise that is of
    so little consequence. No effect:
    no reaction.
    * *
    THIS IS always hard for
    campus politicians to swallow.
    They naturally want to appear
    as key factors in crucial mat matters.
    ters. matters.
    But the only gravity to the
    whole affair pertains solely to
    the leaders and their quest for
    recognition leading to positions
    after graduation not to the
    great majority of the student
    body.
    For this reason it is forever
    interesting to investigate student
    party platforms. Since it is im impossible
    possible impossible to submit any real is issues
    sues issues to the electorate, such mat matters
    ters matters as bloc seating at the foot football
    ball football games and hops at the girls
    dorms must suddenly be cloth clothed
    ed clothed in drama usually reserved
    for turning points of history.
    * *
    IN A WAY it is funny. In away
    it is sad. But there is really
    nothing to be done. No one can
    rationally expect the world to al allow
    low allow students to run university
    affairs.
    It would probably be a fine
    thing for both present student
    body candidates to debate be before
    fore before the election. There is only
    one question.
    What could they possibly de debate
    bate debate about?

    Pretty soon we might ad advance
    vance advance to the point of a Col College
    lege College of Fission Engineering (as
    opposed to a College of Fusion
    Engineering.)
    Does this mean progress? It
    does mean we are going some somewherebut
    wherebut somewherebut ahead?
    What it shows is that we can
    break down society and cate categorize
    gorize categorize ourselves. Thats easy.
    * *
    MORE DIFFICULT to achieve
    is unification. The USA had a
    rough time of it. Germany is
    (and has been) having an even
    rougher time of it. Society, and
    one of its organs, the UF, will
    find it next to impossible to
    make a whole out of component
    parts.
    We future leadersas we
    have been so appropriately tag taggedshould
    gedshould taggedshould demand more than
    a broken down pile of parts to
    lead. We will be inheriting a
    bigger mess of a world than our
    fathers did if we dont watch
    out.
    *
    I CONFESS, Im too far gone
    to be able to suggest a real
    remedy. All I can do is rumi ruminate
    nate ruminate on top of the pile. Its sort
    of like the guy who pulls an
    auto completely apart and then
    looks over the scattered chunks
    of steel and tin.
    He sits down, props his
    crew cut head up on a fist
    and wonders where to start fix fixing.
    ing. fixing.
    I dont mean to do away with
    all our Universitys course cate categorization.
    gorization. categorization. Thats there just for
    convenience. But it might help
    to do away with forced depart departmentalizatio
    mentalization departmentalizatio such as the num number
    ber number of course requirements
    so as to leave more to the elec election
    tion election of us kids (who are sup supposed
    posed supposed to be adults.)
    *
    THAT WOULD be more in
    keeping with the purpose of a
    University-City educating a
    man, not part of a machine.
    Then we, the indoctrinated,
    might also try to de-department de-departmentalize
    alize de-departmentalize our thinking, look over the
    WHOLE picture of life . and
    right here start a circle of our
    our owna snow ball that could
    roll, gathering speed and volume
    as it moved, in the right direc direction.
    tion. direction.

    Letters to the Editor

    'Jerusalem/
    Your Epitaph
    EDITOR:
    I should like to present some
    questions, concerning two let letters
    ters letters whicn appeared in Let Letters
    ters Letters to the Editor, to the read readers
    ers readers and Authors of those let letters.
    ters. letters.
    * #
    FIRSTLY; one letter stated,
    that poor, innocent stu students
    dents students were subjected to these
    harmful platitudes ....
    My questions: Should intel intellectual
    lectual intellectual honesty not be the goal
    of all those seeking education?
    Is not intellectual honesty im impossible
    possible impossible without spiritual hon honesty?
    esty? honesty? How can spiritual hon honesty
    esty honesty be obtained without the con consideration
    sideration consideration of those things which
    are spiritual in nature?
    * *
    I ALSO askDo the principles
    on which our nation was found foundded
    ded foundded corrupt the minds of our
    students, or do the minds cor corrupt
    rupt corrupt the principles?
    I challenge anyone, who can
    make or agree with a statement
    such as May .... Christian Christianity,
    ity, Christianity, soon take their proper place
    as a contributing historical
    fact,*" to claim a place in a so society
    ciety society which prints on its coins,
    In God we trust, and reveres
    a document which states the
    foundation of our nation as,
    . . one nation, under God,
    indivisible. . .
    * *
    A SECOND letter mentioned
    . . to spread the Gospel,
    to which it objected.
    Does the author and all who
    agree with him really seek pro protection
    tection protection for the > trangressed
    rights of Americans, of whom,
    millions wish to listen to Mr.
    Graham, and the others who
    have the option of turning their
    deaf ear? Or, do they wish to
    protect their own prejudices?
    Does the Truth hurt?
    * *
    IN CONCLUSION: If these
    letters reflect the hopes and as aspirations
    pirations aspirations of Americans today,
    let me suggest this as an epi epitaph
    taph epitaph for a once great nation nationO
    O nationO Jer (U.S.A.) lem, Jerusal Jerusalem,
    em, Jerusalem, how I would have gather gathered
    ed gathered thy children together . but
    ye would not.
    How can a nation survive if
    its very foundation is under undermined?
    mined? undermined?
    LOUIS CAPEd
    Asks Arabs:
    Go Moscow
    EDITOR:
    After reading Arabs Stump
    for a Stump, I am gravely
    of the opinion that any public
    debate between Mr. Hollander
    and any student representative
    here on campus, will not result
    in any satisfactory solution, or
    even lead to constructive ex exchange
    change exchange of mature ideologies.
    Only recently we were pain painfully
    fully painfully reminded of UARs poli policies
    cies policies keeping in line with that
    of Mr. Khrushchev and Mr.
    Nkrumah, condeming Western
    support of the U.N.
    I AM firmly f the opinion that
    as long as Arab students feel
    privileged to violently critize
    Western or, more specifically,
    American and European ideo ideological
    logical ideological policies, by openly ex expressing
    pressing expressing their confidence in
    Moscow and using Lumumba's
    death to their own benefitonce
    again I do not see the slightest
    positive outcome from any de debate
    bate debate under whatever pretenses.
    The point of view shared by
    many Arab students seems to
    be convincing Americans and
    Europeans of their own shaky,

    UF FACTS N' FIGURES
    COMPARISON OF UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA BIENNIAL REVEST, 1959-61,
    TO BUDGET COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION AND TO 1959-61 APPROPRIATION
    GENERAL REVENUE FUND ONLY
    University Recommended * Appropriated
    * Request Budget Comm. by Legi
    Education and General: [
    Salaries $ 23,222,005 $ 21,223,740
    Expense 4,683,848 4,355,396
    Operating Capital Outlay ... ?|? < 24
    Totals $ 29.291.711 $ 26.466,734 $ 2 4 ,73QJiS
    Health Center: _. O
    Salaries $ 7.385,237 $ 6,853,747 $
    Expense 1,793,762 1,579,490 >.354,240
    Operetlng Capital Outlay 755.330 7g9i73P- TllotEi
    Totals $ 9.934.329 % 9.162,967- $ .8,750,441
    Agricultural Experiment Station: ... ...
    Salaries $ 7,850,136 $ 7,336,189 7.2 32,214
    Expense 2,163,200 1,665,504
    Operating Capital Outlay
    Totals $ 10.362.286 9.146,27,2 $-SLLILJS2.
    Agricultural Extension Service: v ___ ..
    Salaries $ 2,261,033 $ 2,179,601 $
    Expense 384,310 364,040 338,255
    Ooeratinq Capital Outlay 20.078 18,286 7
    Totals S 2.665142) S 2-361.922 t JLMM
    Engineering and Industrial
    Experiment Station: .
    Salaries $ 540,500 $ 515,022 $ 495,176.
    Expense 95,000 95,000 95,000
    Operetlng Capital Outlay $ gjHH 3=^
    GRAND TOTALS $ 52.945.907 $ 48,0Q4,582 $ 45,685,307
    (EDITOR'S NOTE: The above fable wat compiled for the Alligator by UF Businas
    Manager Ellis Jonas and the staff of his office.)

    heavily unstable political aims.
    I suggest to adopt a more re reserved
    served reserved and constructive criti criticism
    cism criticism when visiting a host coun country
    try country of differing ideologies.
    I HAVE asked myself many
    times: what makes the Arab
    student decide accepting educa education
    tion education in a country very much
    antagonistic in its ideas and poli policies
    cies policies to their own?
    Purpose-wise, Moscow would
    serve and statisfy their educa education-searching
    tion-searching education-searching minds consider considerably
    ably considerably more.
    JAN H. GORTZ
    4 Ag.
    Says Poole
    Pulled Goof
    EDITOR:
    Allen Pooles decision to with withhold
    hold withhold announcement of reach reaching
    ing reaching Dollars for Scholars goal of
    $20,000 was either a result of
    poor judgement or a total lack
    of understanding of student gov government
    ernment government responsibility.
    Dollars for Scholars, begin beginning
    ning beginning in September, 1959, under
    Bobby Alligood £nd the Commit Committee
    tee Committee of Nine, set the goal with the
    approval of student government
    and the Alumni Association.
    * *
    THIS WAS the working goal.
    Now we are to learn that due
    to the desire to obtain more
    money, Mr. Allen Poole made
    a personal decision not to an announce
    nounce announce that the goal had been
    reached.
    It is maintained that this is
    a breach of promise and did
    little to instill student in student
    dent government projects.

    The Alligator Welcomes .. j
    Letters to the Editor
    Please sign all letters ...
    ... and limit them to 300 words
    Names will be withheld on request
    We reserve the right...
    ... to edit letters ...
    ... for space purposes
    V
    ROTC QUESTIONNAIRE
    Over the past semesters letters have flooded into
    our office regarding the UF ROTC program and its
    relative worth.
    In view of student interest in the question of
    requiring military training for University College
    students, the Alligator has prepared a brief ques questionnaire
    tionnaire questionnaire which may be answered by any readers and
    sent to our office, Room 8, Florida Union. Informa Information
    tion Information and comments received from these questions
    will be confidential and will merely be used to take
    a poll of the campus on this question:
    "Do you wish to see required ROTC continued on
    this campus, and what do you feel is the most im important
    portant important reason for your stand?"
    NAME:
    Check One: STUDENTFACULTYOTHER
    Do you wish to see required ROTC continued on
    this campus? Yes No
    REASON: (50 words or less; use separate sheet
    if necessary.) - ----
    Check One:
    A. I AM NOW TAKING ROTC
    B. I HAVE TAKEN ROTC
    C. I HAVE NEVER TAKEN ROTC
    IF "C REASON:
    to
    to

    IF MR. Poole felt It would be
    advantageous to obtain more
    money, he should have announc announced
    ed announced the facts to thoee who work worked
    ed worked and contributedthe J Uni University.
    versity. University.
    His actions reflect that the
    spirit of the program has not
    been kept.
    STEPHANIE BRODIB
    Dorm Flicks
    Full of Slobs
    EDITOR:
    I have occasionally attended
    movies shown in the Tolbert
    Area, and have each time been
    absolutely appalled by the bad
    manners, lack of sensitivity,
    and vulgarity shown by the au audience
    dience audience who presumably are
    present to see the show.
    At the slightest suggestion of
    sex in any movie (and there al always
    ways always is some!, the roars of ob obscenity
    scenity obscenity rise from this obviously
    frustrated mob and fill the room
    like a vile and ugly phlegm.
    * *
    IN THEORY, one may bring
    a date to these movies; but in
    practice, it is extremely ill-
    advised.
    One unfortunate did bring a
    girl. She was received with
    shouts and gestures of the most
    vulgar description which con continued,
    tinued, continued, as usual, throughout the
    show, and which must have
    caused any normal persons pre present
    sent present to cringe in shame and em embarrassment.
    barrassment. embarrassment.
    These ignorant, insens 11 iv e
    slobs (the only way to describe
    them) would be perfect for a
    mob scene in a horror movie.
    They certainly don't belong on a
    university campus.
    MARC ROSENBERG



    [Fannies A wake When Berman Talks

    |fff p By GARY PEACOCK
    Gator Fun Critic
    He was just a man who sat on a stool and made stu students
    dents students laugh as much as the faculty laughs when they
    make up final grides.
    He made mqst of the audience of more than 8,000
    forget their fannies ever went to sleep. Even though the
    seats were hard, the ripples of laughter that continually
    rolled from the dimples of your cheek kept the muscular
    conditions of youriposterior in such a condition that sleep
    was impossible, even for your fanny.
    Many said they had already heard most of the show.
    But it was hard to tell by the laughter ... or the ap applause.
    plause. applause.

    The standing ovation Berman
    received after the performance
    was his second. And ho was openly
    appreciative of it. I

    It could be
    compared to a
    Gator basketball
    game, except
    there were more
    people yelling
    and clapping.
    And. there was
    no j>aper on the
    floor.
    For a man
    who stood for

    two hours with hot lights hitting
    his face in a hot gym-ihot at his
    request so he \vouldn|t have to
    compete with the air conditioner
    Bermans performance was al almost
    most almost flawless. I
    His delivery left nothing to be
    desired. When timing wp needed
    it was there. When Ber*ian need needed
    ed needed to let off steam, he acted silly
    and everybody laughed.!
    Everybody Laughed
    Berman blew air into aj live mic microphone,
    rophone, microphone, a really obnoxious sound,
    but everybody laughed. J

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    UF TO GIVE
    NATIONAL
    \ DEFENSE
    j COURSES
    .The UF may become the first
    university in the South to offer
    a course in current problems in
    national defense, according to
    John K. Mahon, professo4 of his hisi
    i hisi tory. j
    The course, which has passed
    >/ the University curriculum com committee,
    mittee, committee, will offer discussions
    ranging from radioactive fallout
    ( to Soviet defense strategy.
    Funds Asked
    I Applications for supporting
    funds have been sent to both the
    Carnegie and Rockefeller Bfounda Bfounda!
    ! Bfounda! tions, according to Mahon j
    The two- semester graduate
    1 course would be an interdepart interdepartmental
    mental interdepartmental venture with political sci science,
    ence, science, history, and economy pro professors
    fessors professors guiding group discussions.
    The course will be listed under
    each department.
    At present only Ivy League col colleges
    leges colleges and a handful of others of offer
    fer offer parallel courses.
    Prestige for UF
    The prestige that the liiiver liiiverUy
    Uy liiiverUy would garner with such a
    course would be great, Mahon
    commented.
    Originally proposed by Mahon,
    plans for the course gained mo momentum
    mentum momentum when Dr. Frederick H.
    Hartmann, professor of political
    science, mentioned it to a Carne Carnegie
    gie Carnegie Foundation representative.
    For Mature Students |
    The purpose of the course is
    to make mature students famil familiar
    iar familiar with critical and controversi controversial
    al controversial aspects of modem defense
    problems, according to aj pro proposed
    posed proposed course outline.
    The course outline lists such
    topics as the role of military
    aervices, internal defense, disarm disarmament
    ament disarmament control, and the race for
    space.
    University physicists and biolo biologists
    gists biologists will be asked to lecture on
    atomic fission and fusion.

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    He poked fun at his religion,
    though not really poking fun. And
    everybody laughed.
    He admitted he had no musical
    talent, but that the Cumberland
    Three had a lot. He joined the
    trio in a number, playing a Jews
    Harp. And eveybody laughed.
    B e r m a ns sound assistant
    j brought the famous stool onto the
    i stage. Everybody applauded so
    Berman asked that he take a cur curj
    j curj tain bow. Then everybody laugh laugh!
    ! laugh! ed.
    He cursed. And everybody laugh laughed,
    ed, laughed, not because its funny to
    curse, but because of the way he
    said it.
    Wrong Exit
    Two girls tried to leave early,
    but they took the wrong exit.
    Berman brought it to the audi audiences
    ences audiences attention. And everybody
    laughed. Except the two girls;
    they blushed.
    Shelley Berman has come and
    gone. The majority of the people
    who saw him are glad he came.
    The expression on Bermans face
    when he received honorary mem membership
    bership membership in the Florida Players
    looked as if he was glad, too.

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    The publics responsibilites of
    self-education were outlined dur during
    ing during a four-day Science Seminar
    this week.
    Arthur J. Snider, science editor
    of the Chicago Daily News, said
    the public must educate itself to
    get reserved seats at the ringside
    of science.
    Speaking before 82 science writ writers
    ers writers and information officers from
    44 universities, Snider said that
    writers, editors and scientists
    have a massive task in under understanding
    standing understanding each other.
    Keep Articles Interesting
    Keeping scientific articles inter interesting,
    esting, interesting, readable, and understand understandable
    able understandable for the public is becoming
    increasingly difficult, he added.
    He further added that the public
    has a responsibility to educate it itself
    self itself on the basic language of sci science.
    ence. science.
    Modern science has reached
    such power that the public can
    no longer afford to be ignorant
    of its advances, said Snider.
    Quoting Albert Einstein, Snider
    said the results of modern exper experiments
    iments experiments cannot be left to the sci scientists
    entists scientists alone. The public has a
    responsibility to know where the
    scientists are leading them.
    More Science Space
    The public must study, scien scientists
    tists scientists collaborate, and editors
    make room for more science
    apace in their newspapers. Writ Writers
    ers Writers must satisfy the scientists
    with accuracy and the reader
    with a comprehensible report,
    Snider concluded.
    An answer to the existence or
    non-existence of lif on the moon,
    Mars or Venus can be expected
    before the end of the d ecade,
    said Dr. Charles A. Lundquist in
    a morning symposium. He is
    chief of the Physics and Astro Astrophysics
    physics Astrophysics Section, Research Project
    Division, George C. Marshall
    Space Flight Center, at Hunts Huntsville,
    ville, Huntsville, Alabama.
    He said that the heart of space
    sicence today lies in the univer universities
    sities universities of the world . the prin principal
    cipal principal source of ideas, experimen experimental
    tal experimental apparatus, and scientific an analyses.
    alyses. analyses.
    World Is Depending
    Without this vigorous activity
    in the universities, little space
    science would exist. The world is
    depending upon universities to ex extend
    tend extend science wisely in order to

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    Public's Responsibilities
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    ffVtSrnDGrSnip night appearance was fittingly
    climaxed by the presentation of
    a l an honorary membership in
    i A^fQI*Cl < GQ Florida Players, student drama dramatic
    tic dramatic group.
    Although he spent the evening under scorching stage lights
    and suffocating make-up Berman appeared refreshed in the
    real show must go on tradition when he received the member membership
    ship membership certificate from Mel Pollock.
    Berman, who recently left the snow of New Yorfk City, seem seemed
    ed seemed to be truly appreciative of the Gaaainz-viyul winter
    weather.
    Berman spent several days in Gainesville and surprised
    more than one student who ran across a show-biz personality in
    his favorite campus hangout.

    reap a profit for all mankind,
    said Dr. Lundquist.
    Basic principles of physics and
    chemistry as they apply to mod modern
    ern modern scientific achievement were
    discussed by Dr. Hugh C. Wolfe,
    director of publications, American
    Institute of Physics, and Dr. Al Alfred
    fred Alfred B. Garrett, chairman, De Department
    partment Department of Chemistry, Ohio
    State University.
    Dr. L. E. Grinter, dean of the
    UF Graduate School presided
    during the morning seminar.
    The four-day seminar is one of
    several financed throughout the
    nation by the National Science
    Foundation in an -effort to create
    better public understanding of
    science.

    1 Campus Calendar

    FRIDAY, FEB. 24: The
    movie, The Egyptian, will be
    shown at 7 and 9 p.m. in the
    Florida Union Auditorium to tonight
    night tonight and Saturday.
    No Time For Sergeants, will
    be shown at 8 p.m. in South
    Hall Recreation Room tonight
    and Saturday.
    SUNDAY, FEB. 26: Sign up
    for Caribbean Supper in Room
    315, Florida Union. The charge
    is $1 for students and $1.25 for
    non-students.
    Hamlet, a special C-5
    movie, will be shown in the
    Florida Union Auditorium at 2,
    6:30, and 9:15 p.m.
    MONDAY, FEB. 27: Begin Beginners
    ners Beginners dance lessons will be held
    tonight between 7 and 8:30
    p.m. in the Florida Union So Social
    cial Social Room.
    TUESDAY, FEB. 28: Saw Sawdust
    dust Sawdust and Tinsel will be shown
    in the Medical Science Build Building
    ing Building Auditorium tonight at 8 p.m.
    There will be a student music
    recital in Room 122 of Building
    R today at 3:40 p.m.

    Benefit Car Wash
    for the Heort Fund
    >
    sponsored by
    Sigma Phi Epsilon
    SI.OO ($1.25 for W.W.)
    i
    .
    Date: Saturday, Feb. 25th
    Locations:
    Food Fair, N.W. 13th St.
    9:00 3:00
    Winn-Dixie, W. Univ. Ave.
    9:00-3:00
    Citizen's Bonk, E. Univ. Ave.
    E. Univ. Ave.
    12:30-3:00
    All proceeds will go to the
    Heart Fund

    SONGSTER
    STOPS BY
    The composer of the famous
    song, Bye, Bye, Blues, Da David
    vid David Bennett, paid the UF Music
    Department a visit last Wed Wednesday
    nesday Wednesday afternoon.
    Mr. Bennett, composer of
    hundreds of famous band. ar arrangements
    rangements arrangements conducted a labora laboratory
    tory laboratory reading with the UF Band
    of his arrangement of The
    Dance of the Seven Veils, from
    Richard Strauss* opera, Sa Salome.**
    lome.** Salome.**
    Mr. Bennett is currently trav traveling
    eling traveling through the state visiting
    school bands. He recently com completed
    pleted completed a three-week stay in Mi Miami
    ami Miami and returned this week to
    his home in Chicago.

    WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1:
    The University Lecture Series
    will present John Ciardi, Ameri American
    can American poet, tonight at 8:15 p.m.
    in the University Auditorium.
    A reception will be held after
    the lecture in the Bryan Lounge
    of the Florida Union.
    THURSDAY, MARCH 2. Today
    is Student Election Day. The
    polls open at 8 a.m. and will
    close at 6 p.m.
    Florida Alligator Elections
    Party will be held at 7 p.m.
    in the Bryan Lounge of the
    Florida Union.
    The Great Decisions Discus Discussion
    sion Discussion Deadlock over Germany,
    will be held in Room 324 of the
    Florida Union at 7:30 p.m.
    Mr. H. V. Miller will speak
    at the Business Administration
    Faculty Seminar in Room 18
    of Matherly Hall at 3:40 p.m.
    His subject will be Rational
    State Change and Growth.
    Final application date for the
    Gator Gras Talent Show is
    March 3. One may pick up
    application blanks in room 315
    of the Florida Union.

    IN THE PARK

    In Reno
    Or Rome
    By Flicks
    By BOBBIE FLEISCHMAN
    Gator Staff Writer
    An epic masterpiece and the
    final work of one of Hollywoods
    greatest stars are to be seen on
    Gainesville theater screens this
    week.
    The King's Last
    The Misfits, now at the
    Florida, contains a lot of big bigname,
    name, bigname, high-priced talent, includ including
    ing including that of the late Clark Gable.
    The Arthur Miller story about
    three independent men and a
    confused woman who live in a
    perpetual state of doubt also
    stars Marilyn Monroe, Montgo Montgomery
    mery Montgomery Clift, Eli Wallach, and
    Thelma Ritter.
    The group are thrown together
    at a small-time rodeo near Reno,
    where they fool around, brawl,
    bruise, and make love
    Oscar-Grabber Here
    The State is now presenting
    Ben Hur.
    This is the one that grabbed
    all the Oscars last year, along
    with a large amount of critical
    praise.
    The epic takes place in Rome
    during the lifetime of Christ. Its
    filled with color, action, gore,
    and drama, including, of course,
    the famous multi-million dollar
    chariot race.
    Written By Confederate
    Written by Confederate General
    Lew Wallace 80 years ago, the
    story is one of the most famous
    quasi biblical woriks.
    Charlton Heston, Stephen Boyd,
    Hugh Griffith, and Israeli actress
    Haya Harareet are some of the
    stars.
    UF Sends Three
    To Conference
    The University of Florida is
    represented by three delegates at
    the first Southern conference on
    higher adult education, meeting in
    Gatlinburg, Tenn., this week.
    Conference delegates are Dr.
    Fayette W. Parvin, assistant to
    the president; John E. Miklos,
    head of the Public Service Train Training
    ing Training Center, General Extension
    Division; and G. Manuel Turner,
    assistant dean of theGED, in
    charge of extension class teaching.

    The State
    Ben Hur.

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    Saturday, Feb. 25th we are moving to
    424 N.W. 13th St. (Corner of sth Ave.)
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    Cream Shop where will now feature
    Kosher corned beef and hot pastrami sandwiches.
    Also your favorite milk shakes and ice cream flavors.
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    SOCIALLY SPEAKING

    Greeks Plan Unusual Weekend:
    Log Party,; Leadership Series,
    Roaring Twenties Open Party

    By CAKOL DULLER
    Gator Society Editor
    A visit to Rome, an open house
    and a return to the roaring twen twenties
    ties twenties are all happening this week weekend
    end weekend as UF students socialize.
    All the pomp, glory, splendor
    and excitement ot imperial Rome
    win be lived again by the Pi
    Kappa Phi's at their annual Ro Roman
    man Roman party. Pi Kaps and dates
    will wear Roman clothing and
    feast on an authentic Roman ban banquet
    quet banquet served by slave girls in an
    old Roman villa (the transform transformed
    ed transformed Pi Kap house).
    The Kappa Sigs have planned
    a Roaring Twenties party featur featuring
    ing featuring Little Johnnie Ace for Satur Saturday
    day Saturday night. It has been declared
    an open affair and will culminate
    a week of social activities that
    began Tuesday night with cock cocktails
    tails cocktails before Shelley German.
    A new idea of the Delts, a log
    party, is scheduled Saturday night
    at the Delta Shelter. Where the
    logs come in remains to be seen,
    however, Little Jake Lnd the
    Blenders are a sure thing for en entertainment.
    tertainment. entertainment.
    Wednesday night the Delts host hosted
    ed hosted the Zetas for a social before
    serenading recently pinned bro brothers.
    thers. brothers.
    Other Saturday parties will find
    the Sig Ep house turned into an
    inferno while the Phi Gams will
    party in honor of new initiates.
    The Pyramids will furnish music
    for the Sig Bps.
    Pi Lams will party at their
    house Saturday to the music of
    Gene Franklin and Texas Ray.
    Rabbi Blender of the Hillel House
    was guest of the Pi Lams and
    DPhi Es recently for an ex exchange
    change exchange dinner. The rabbi spoke
    and entertained questions from
    the combined group.
    New Officers
    D Phi E has announced their
    new president is Gloria Labell.
    Other officers are Claire Gold Goldsmith,
    smith, Goldsmith, vice-president; Diane Dud Dudenburg,
    enburg, Dudenburg, pledge mother; Stepha Stephanie
    nie Stephanie Gladstone, recording secre secretary;
    tary; secretary; Toby Rosenthal, correspond corresponding
    ing corresponding secretary; and Kay Schwartz,
    treasurer.
    The Sigma Chi house will see
    somewhat of a hen party tonight
    as the Sigmas, wives club of Sig Sigma
    ma Sigma Chi, sponsor a benefit Bridge!
    and canasta Party to begin at 8

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    p.m. Proceeds will go toward
    establishing a loan fund for Sig Sigma
    ma Sigma Ctais. Drawings for door prizes
    will be at 10:15.
    Open House
    Also beginning at 8 o'clock to tonight,
    night, tonight, the A E Phis will hostess
    their first open house of the spring
    semester.
    New Kappa Delta officlrs are
    Julia Thordarson, president; Bet Betty
    ty Betty Cortina, vice-president; Flos Flossie
    sie Flossie Copeland, secretary; Marilyn
    Grace, treasurer; Susan McDon McDonald,
    ald, McDonald, editor; and Nancy Sue Wil Wilson,
    son, Wilson, membership chairman.
    The KDs were guests at the'

    CENTER NEWS

    Religious Group Sets
    Faith, Science Seminar

    The religious centers are plann planning
    ing planning an exciting semester. Guest
    speakers, a carnival, and sever several
    al several suppers are on tap for this
    BAPTIST STUDENT CENTER:
    An election of officers was held
    at a meeting on Feb. 20. Dr. Sis Sisler
    ler Sisler will be the guest speaker at a
    "Faith and Science seminar to
    be held at 4 p.m. on Feb. 27.
    CATHOLIC STU DENT CEN-
    Two Freshmen
    Listed Missing
    Statewide missing reports
    have been sent out on two UF
    freshmen, Barry Frenchman and
    Gerald Steven Greenfield, both
    18, of Miami Beach, University
    Police Chief Audie Shuler said
    Thursday.
    The youths have been missing
    from their dorms since Sat- |
    urday. Their parents have also
    reported them missing.
    According to the report they
    were last seen riding a motor motorscooter.
    scooter. motorscooter. Shuler said one of them
    had recently withdrawn $325
    from a bank account.
    Frenchman is 5 feet 9 inches,
    160 pounds and Greenfield, the
    same height, weighs 139.

    Sigma Chi house Wednesday for
    a social.
    Reverend John Beyer of the
    Carabelle Methodist Church end
    Reverend Jack Davis, Executive
    Secretary of the Florida Cm I
    i of Churches were Religion-and*
    Life Week speakers at the Del' i
    Sig house.
    Next Wednesday the Delta Sigs
    will observe the second program
    of their spring Engineered Leader Leadership
    ship Leadership Series. Theme for the se semester
    mester semester is 'Fundamentals of suc success
    cess success and the fraternity has al*
    . ready heard The Proper Ingre Ingredients.
    dients. Ingredients. >

    TER: A general meeting of the
    Newman Club will be held on
    Feb, 26 at 7:30 p.m.
    Stations of the Cross will bo
    held every Friday during Lent
    at 7:30 p.m. in the Chapel. Every
    Monday through Thursday during
    Lent, Rosary devotions will be
    held at 5:30 p.m. in the Chapel.
    HILLEL FOUNDATION: "What
    Wo Believe about the Torah will
    be the subject at the Feb. 24
    services at 7:30 p.m. Religious
    services will be held on Feb, 25
    at 10 a.m. On Feb. 26 the Purirn
    Carnival will began at 4:30 p.m.
    with dancing beginning at 7 p.m.
    C-52 music may be heard at 7:30
    p.m. on Feb. 27.
    There will be an Executive
    Committee meeting at 7:00 p.m.
    on March 2. /
    LUTHERAN STUDENT CEN CENTER:
    TER: CENTER: On Feb. 26 Dean of Men
    Frank T. Adam s will speak at
    5:30 p.m. Following the program
    there will be a supper.
    WESLEY FOUNDATION: On
    Feb. 24 at 8 p.m. art majors will
    present a discussion on the dy dynamics
    namics dynamics of color. After the discus discussion
    sion discussion guests will be urged to ex experiment
    periment experiment in color. Dress Is cas casual.
    ual. casual.
    Bishop James W. Henley will
    deliver the sermon at 8:45 and
    11 a.m. on Feb. 26. A reception
    for Bishop and Mrs. Henley will
    follow the 11 a.m. service.

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    Gators Attempt To Sink Commodores Saturday

    THI SPORTS HUB
    Basketballerjs
    Earn Honors]
    By BILL BUCHALTER
    Alligator Sports Editor

    The Florida basketball team, not talcing a back seat to
    anybody these days, not even the brilliant accomplishments of
    ! the football squad, has earned a few honors of their own re recently.'
    cently.' recently.'
    The Atlanta Journal saw fit to award Florida with five dif different
    ferent different honors, all in the space of one weeks work.
    * The complete list of awards include:
    (1) GAME OF THE WEEK honors for nipping Mississippi
    * State 59-57 at the Florida Gym last Saturday.
    (2) PLAYER OF THE WEEK honors to Lou Merchant for
    his brilliant shooting performances against Auburn and Missis Missis*
    * Missis* sippi State.
    (3) TEAM OF THE tYEEK honors for the 78-60 Win over
    * Auburn and the State win,
    ~ (4). SHOT OF THE WEEK honors to Cliff Luyk for his 20-
    Z foot jumper which beat Mississippi State.
    (5). COACH OF THE WEEK honors to Norman Sloan for the
    1 two important league victories.
    z (6). NEW FACES OFjTHE WEEK honors to Luyk for his
    shot and all-round play despite a lack of publicity.
    (7) ALL-SEC selection of Merchant by United Press Inter-
    Z national.
    (8) COACH OF THE YEAR nomination by Jesse Outlar of
    1 the Atlanta Journal to Skjm for his fine effort in his first year
    r as Gator coach.
    This column would like to go on record now to nominate
    Sloan for the George Mikan Award which annually goes to the
    coach who makes his ball club the most improved team in the
    ; nation.

    The young, personable Gator mentor has already received
    I. this award once, when he was at the .Citadel. His patience,
    ' confidence in his players, and success in bringing them further
    ' along than anyone would; dare dream, again qualify him for
    t the award.
    At the moment Florida stands 14-9 overall and 8-8 in the
    Southeastern Conference. A ninth loop win would be another
    great Gator first in a great Gator sports year.
    Even more amazing is the fact that Sloans hustlers ended
    his first season undefeated before the home fans.
    In fact, the only games that Florida lqst within the state
    of Florida were to Miami (in Miami and who doesnt down
    there), Duke and Navy (both in Jacksonville Coliseum.)
    TABLE HOPPING
    Bemie Parish, former Gator football and baseball standout
    will coach the freshmen nine this year. He has several outstand outstanding
    ing outstanding prospects to tutor including Earl Montgomery and Ronnie
    Birchall.
    Perry McGriff, another former grid and horsehide star, is
    the baseball coach at Tampa Chamberlain High School.
    The state high school basketball tournament is only two and
    a half weeks away. Start; rooting for your favorite to make the
    trip to the Florida Gym'.
    The annual Orange and Blue football game is set for March
    18 at Florida Field.
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    NW Broward Wins;
    Sorat Bowling Begins

    North West Broward has won
    its third straight title to go far
    out in front in the race for the
    championship in the Womens In Independent
    dependent Independent League.
    Captained by Lee Mustonen,
    North West Browards girls romp romped
    ed romped to a victory in the Table
    Tennis tournament.
    Other members of the N.W.
    team were Patty Paskow and
    Rita Rubinoff, former girls state
    high school tennis champion,
    Zetas In Finals
    In the Sorority circut, Zeta
    Tau Alpha moved into the bas basketball
    ketball basketball finals with wins over Del Delta
    ta Delta Gamma and Phi Mu. The
    championship game was held
    Thursday but results were not
    available at press time.
    5 Records Set;
    Merman to Tech
    The Gator mermen race on to toward
    ward toward their bid for a sixth straight
    Southeastern Conference Cham Championship,
    pionship, Championship, facing Georgia Tech in
    Atlanta today.
    Gator varsity and freshmen set
    five new records in a meet with
    Georgia last week, downing the
    Bulldogs 53-39.
    Soph Reese Breaks Mark
    Sophomore Eddie Reese won
    the 200-yard butterfly in 2:14.8 to
    break the SEC record set in 1957
    by Phil Drake, former Gator
    swimmer. The aid mark was
    2:14.6.
    Another SEC record was broken
    by freshman Jerry Livingston,
    who knocked out the old record
    in the 100-yard butterfly of :56.2,
    also set by Drake in 1958. Liv Livingston
    ingston Livingston turned in a :55.9 for the
    new mark.
    The Georgia pool mark of :57.5
    set by Jack Nelson of Miami for
    the 100-butterfly also went down
    before Livingston.
    Backstroker Floyd
    Gator backstroker Butdy Floyd
    set a new Florida varsity mark
    in the 200-yard backstroke with
    a 2:17.9 to break the old record
    of 2:19.6 held by Bill Ruggie.
    The Florida medley relay team
    won in 3:59.3 for a new UF-
    Georgia meet mark. Floyd, Jeff
    Oramaner, Reese c-nd Harry Wil Wilder
    der Wilder swam the medley relay.
    The Gators swim in the Geor Georgia
    gia Georgia AAU meet Saturday, and re return
    turn return to Gainesville Monday for a
    double dual meet with East Car Carolina
    olina Carolina College and the University
    of Miami at 3:30 p.m.

    BOBBY SHIVER

    ... Closed out Home Cage Career Against Seminoles

    After a first round bye, Delta
    Phi Epsilon took the first step to toward
    ward toward retaining the bowling
    championship in the Sorat Lea League.
    gue. League.
    The DPhaEs defeated Sigma
    Kappa Wednesday afternoon 528-
    507. Other early action in tour tournament
    nament tournament play saw Sigma Kappa
    defeating Alpha Chi Omega and
    Tri-Delt winning over ADPi.
    Barbell Club
    The UF Barbell Club will host
    Riverside Athletic League of
    Jacksonville in an Olympic
    Weightlifting Contest tonight in
    the basement of the Florida Gym.
    The match will begin at seven.
    There will be no charge for ad admission.
    mission. admission.

    BUDDY FLOYD
    ... Breaks Backstroke Record

    Frosh Rally
    Catches FSU
    The Freshman basketball team
    showed a preview of the varsity
    game as they defeated the Flor Florida
    ida Florida State frosh, 53-52, on Wednes Wednesday
    day Wednesday night. Bob Paterson hit the
    winning field goal with a minute
    to go.
    The game marked the 13th win
    for the Baby Gators against three
    losses, two of them to the South
    Carolina frosh.
    In addition, the freshmen won
    all 10 games at Florida Gym to
    give the two squads a combined
    record of 10-0 on their home
    floor.
    The frosh trailed by three
    points at the half but rallied to
    pull ahead, only to lose the lead
    once again. Paul Morton led the
    team with 18 points. Bob Lovell
    was high man for FSU.
    The Baby Gators had an easier
    time on Monday night as they
    downed Central Florida Junior
    College, 83-68. Morton had 28
    points while Eddie Clark had 20.

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    Field for their second full scale
    scrimmage.
    Out of action for this scrim scrimmage
    mage scrimmage and for the rest of the
    spring practice is guard Larry
    Travis who sustained a reaccur reaccurrance
    rance reaccurrance of a shoulder separation
    which had plagued him through throughout
    out throughout the past grid campaign.
    Travis is one of the few play players
    ers players with playing experience at the
    guard slot.
    Bright spots on the practice
    field this week were Jack Thomp Thompson,
    son, Thompson, sophomore from Savannah,
    Ga., who may be counted on to
    help the Gators at their weak weakened
    ened weakened guard spot; Larry Libertore,
    sparky little quarterback, and
    center John Dent, who will see
    plenty of action in Saturdays
    practice.

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    Sloans Hustlers Close Home
    Season With Perfect Record

    By ROBERT GREEN
    Gator Sports Writer
    Nashville, Tennessee will be the
    place, Saturday night, the time,
    and the Vanderbilt Commodores,
    the opponents in what could be
    the most important game of the
    season for the Gator Basketball
    team.


    Mississippi Rebels Bow
    In Overtime Thriller
    It took five extra minutes to do it, but the Gator
    Basketball team finally defeated a stubborn band of
    Mississippi Rebels, 81-77, in Florida Gym last Monday
    night.

    A crowd of almost 7,000 fans
    watched the Gators win their
    third game in a row and run
    their SEC record to 8-3 in the
    loosely played contest.
    It was the second heart-stopping
    game for the Gators, and their
    loyal fans, within 48 hours. On
    Saturday, they defeated Missis Mississippi
    sippi Mississippi State on Cliff Luyks basket
    with four seconds to go.
    The Gators started out as
    though they intended to give their
    fans an easy night by taking
    an early lead. They had a five
    point margin with five minutes to
    go in the half, but the Rebels ral rallied
    lied rallied and took the lead 40-39, at
    the half.
    They increased their margin on
    some fine shooting, mainly by
    their ace, Jack Waters, who
    wound up with 33 points for the
    night, and led by as much as six
    points in the final minutes.
    The Gators then put on the
    pressure and pulled back in
    front. The lead changed hands
    several times before Bob Shiver
    hit two free throws with a min minute
    ute minute to go to send the game into
    overtime at 73-73.
    Lou Merchant, who had 23
    points for the Orange and Blue,
    as did Shiver, put the UF cagers
    in front for good with a field goal
    midway in the period. Luyk then
    put the game on ice with two free
    throws and a lay-up.
    Golfers Blast Off
    Although the UF golf team lost
    several of its top veterans, they
    appear to be headed for another
    topnotch season.
    Coach Conrad Rehling has only
    two lettermen back to head a
    sophomore-laced squad. They are
    senior F'rank Beard, team cap captain,
    tain, captain, and Junior Phil Leckey.
    Rehling is looking for his stand standout
    out standout sophomores of last years
    frosh squad to bolster the Gators.
    Among these include Harry Root,
    Marlin Vogt, and Sandy Reese.
    Stetson is the UFs first foe in
    a March 4 match in Ocala. A
    total of 10 dual matches and two
    tournaments are on the spring
    slate.

    The Gators have second place
    in the SEC all to themselves aft after
    er after their overtime win against
    Mississippi on Monday, and Van Vanderbilts
    derbilts Vanderbilts 60-59 loss to Kentucky
    Tuesday. The Wildcats moved
    into a third place tie with Vandy
    after their win.
    Both have 7-4 records in SEC

    SEC ROUNDUP

    Four Can Win
    SEC Crown;
    NCAA Berth
    Four teams still have a chance
    to cop the SEX? basketball laurels
    as the leagues closest race in
    recent years draws to its frantic
    finish.
    Only three games are left on
    the schedule for each team, with
    Mississippi State still clinging to
    its narrow lead. The Maroons
    lead Florida by one game, and
    Vanderbilt and Kentucky by two.
    Second place is also of vital
    importance since the Maroons
    have said they will not go to the
    NCAA tournament in the event
    they win the conference crown.
    They are forbidden to play
    against Negroes.
    Auburn, LSU
    This development brings in Au Auburn
    burn Auburn and LSU. Both have 6-5
    records with an outside chance to
    tie for second.
    Mississippi State kept their lead
    by downing Georgia on Monday,
    while the Gators, who beat State
    on Saturday, kept pace With an
    overtime victory over Mississippi.
    Kentucky moved into contention
    with their fifth SE3C win in a
    row, 60-59, over Vanderbilt before
    a standing-room-only crowd at
    Lexington. The Wildcats also
    posted an impressive non-confer non-conference
    ence non-conference win over UCLA last Friday.
    Crucial Games
    Crucial games this weekend
    match Florida and Vanderbilt at
    Nashville, Alabama at Kentucky,
    and Mississippi State at LSU.
    Other games are Auburn at Ten Tennessee,
    nessee, Tennessee, Georgia at Georgia Tech,
    and Ole Miss at Tulane.
    The Gators and the Maroon*
    face hard tasks in their last
    three games since both teams
    are on the road for the rest of
    the season. The G.tors face Geor Georgia
    gia Georgia Tech and Georgia after they
    play Vandy.

    play. If Mississippi Stele wins
    the Conference title, the Ma Maroons
    roons Maroons won't go to the NCAA
    playoffs because they refuse to
    play Integrated teams.
    Tliis makes a win over Van Vanderbilt
    derbilt Vanderbilt a must if Coach Norman
    Sloans ambitious cagers are to
    go to the post season playoffs.
    However, that win wont come
    easily. Led by their 6-7 center,
    Bill Depp, who made all-confer all-conference
    ence all-conference last year, the Commodores
    boast a 16-4 over-all record.
    Eleven of those wins came at
    the start of the season. A brief
    slump followed, but Coach Bob
    Polks team has come back
    strong.
    Weak On Road
    While the Gators road record
    is weak (2-7), they ended their
    Florida Gym season with a per perfect
    fect perfect 9-0 record.
    The ninth win was like the oth other
    er other eight in its closeness as the
    Gators slipped past FSU, 76-74,
    on Lou Merchants 16 foot jump
    shot with 22 seconds left to play.
    Merchant has 30 points for the
    night, high for the Gators this
    season.
    Only second before, Dave Fe Fedor,
    dor, Fedor, high Indian with 24 points,
    had stolen a IT paas and went
    the length of the court to dunk
    the ball and put the Seminole*
    ahead.
    FSU had one last chance as
    they put the ball in play with 21
    seconds to play. However, the
    UF defense rose to the task, and
    prevented a shot. The clock ran
    out with FSU holding the ball.
    The Gators started fast in the
    foul-marked contest. They jumped
    off to a 10 point lead in the early
    minutes of the first half, but the
    Seminoles fought back and knot knotted
    ted knotted the score at 44-44 after tht
    first twenty minutes.
    Fedor, Swain Hot
    Paced by Fedor and Ray
    Swain, who was second high with
    17 points, the Seminoles went in
    front early in the second half and
    the contest was nip and tuck the
    rest of the way.
    The game marked the last
    home appearance for three UF
    seniors. Captain Bob Shiver, cen center
    ter center George Jung, and guard Paul
    Mosny all played their last game
    at Florida Gym.

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