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FUND Picks Up Steam As Key Legislators, FSU Campus Respond

Speakers,
'Stale' Asks
Plaits for Rally
Set, Says Wells
im*
FUND is. reaching out
across the state to legisla legislators
tors legislators in : key positions, and
leaders at other Florida
universities.
Plans for FUND month
dedicated to the theme
Florida Need
Dollarshave moved rap rapidly
idly rapidly since the campus-wide
student drive kicked off
last week.
Drive Chairman Charley Wells
outlined a nearly complete pro program
gram program in asking all campus lead leaders
ers leaders and organisations to acUvely
support the drive.
Action Underway
(FUND began as a jelling of
campus leaders behind demands
for adequate state appropriations
to Floridas universities. Its
three-point program includes
naming April-as legislative lobby
month, gathfrikg a student petir
tion in behalf of faculty salaries
and other heeds, of hfgher educa education/
tion/ education/ and a mid-April student ral rally
ly rally to cijmfx the drj[ye.y n
1) A letter explaining the for formatton
matton formatton spd aims of FUND boa
been sent by Wells to Senators
Randolph Bodges (President of
the Senate}, and Emory pros*,
Gal Beav 111 e; Representa Representatives
tives Representatives Bill Chappell (House
Speaker), Ralph Turlington and
Oaee Fagan, of Gainesville;
and Gubernatorial Administra Administrative
tive Administrative Assistant Jimmy Nines.
2) Student Body President
Bruce Bullock has written to stu student
dent student bcgy presidents at Florida
State Uniyepsity, Florida. A A M.
and theUniverrity of South Flor Florida
ida Florida in Tamps, soliciting their sup support.
port. support. Afrtrwffr was npiey d fr FSU including s suggestion for a
speaker gnchange.
, 8) A 'Spirited but mature stu student
dent student rally* has been planned for
th Plaaa of the Americas,
Wednesday, April 19, f:3O-p.m.
Petition JtMy
4) A student petition will be
eireutetai among students in all
areaa beginning Monday along
with lists of legislators and their
hometowns. -Students will be
asked to write their representa representative
tive representative in Tallahassee to enlist budg budgetary
etary budgetary **d;< fer education.
In tts letter to state leaders,
Wells explained the drive and
Up aims:.
The steering committee of
FUND.encorapaose* the breadth
and heart' of the University stu student
dent student leadership.
(See BULLOCK, Page Two) :

Write Reps Now
-*
Is SG Keynote
'' f
Write your Representative To*
dfy, in the keynote of the cur current
rent current Education Analysis Commit Committee
tee Committee campaign, designed to let
state congressmen know students
are aware of University finance
problems. ;
Dennis McGillicuddy, student
govs mine it t secretary of
academic affairs, announced
that campaign posters would go
up Monday, and urged every stu student
dent student to let the legislators know
through letters that the majority
of University students are in interested
terested interested in the problems caused
by a lack of necessary funds.

Addis Remains Chief Oranae Peeler

' I ... Jack Horan, Don Addi*, Ron Rothatoin
*; : :

THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR

Voluma 53, No. 43

C-l Text Draws FireDept. Head Quits
* * * * Boyd Resigns as 'Duplication

Syllabus Probe
Shows 6 Books
Had Bits'Lifted
Copyright. Pl*. Alligator. April 7, IMI
By NEIL SWAN
Gator Editorial Assistant
Lifting of certain portions of
the C-12 syllabus from other copy copyrighted
righted copyrighted publications came out into
the open Wednesday when it be became
came became the subject of discussion in
several C-12 classes.
Information gathered by the
Alligator has revealed:
1) Written and pictorial matter
in the syllabus has been taken
from at least five books and one
national magazine.
2) Normal procedures for giving
credit to the original sources were
not followed.
3) At least one of the publishers
of the original material did not
grant permission to use the ma material
terial material until after the syllabus was
printed./.
4) The present C-12 syllabus,
which was prepared and printed
on the UF campus and is in use
for the first time this semester, is
not formally copyrighted as is
stated on its cover.
Says Material Cleared
Dr. Maurice Boyd, former C-l
chairman who has assumed full
responsibility for the allegedly
duplicated contents of the
present C-12 syllabus, maintains
that he has obtained clearance
from the original publishers for
reproduction of aH the material
under question.
In some eases the text material
under question was reproduced
almost word-for-word in the syt sytlabus.
labus. sytlabus. In other cases the mater material
ial material appearing in the syllabus has
been altered slightly; phrases de deleted
leted deleted or inserted, word order
changed, sentences dropped, but
the material is clearly recogniz recognizable.
able. recognizable. when compared with the ori originql.
ginql. originql.
Maps Reproduced
Maps and diagrams on page 162
of the syllabus appear to be ex exact
act exact photographic reproductions
from the Jan. 16, 1960 issue of the
Saturday Review.
The Saturday Review article al also
so also contained an Economic Glos Glossary
sary Glossary of the Free World which
is reproduced in the syllabus. The
material is presented exactly as
in the original, even down to the
placement of quotation marks and
parentheses, except for a phrase
containing the letters SR (Sat (Saturday
urday (Saturday ReiHew) which was chang changed
ed changed in the syllabus to read, this
chapter.
The Alligator contacted the Sat Saturday
urday Saturday Review by telephone Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday and received the following re response:
sponse: response:
We object, but we will take
no legal action. We simply would
have preferred credit be given
(See BOOKS, Page 2)

C-12 Texts Chart And.. ..Sat Reviews

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IMPORTS OF THI 'SIX'
(Total lts| import*, $15.1 M.)
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, IMPORTS OF THE 'SEVEN'
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! OUTPUT
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The two illustrations show part of the duplicated and un unaccredited
accredited unaccredited materials found in the present C-12 syllabus. The
economic charts on page 162 of the syllabus (above) are exact
textual reproductions of the originals (right) which appeared
on page 29 of the Jan. 16, 1860, issue of the Saturday Review.
In the syllabus version, the two boxes were cut in half and appear
side by side. No credit line to the Review is given. Also omitted
is the Reviews reference to the New York Times News of The
Week in Review, (detectable at the bottom of the Review ver version)
sion) version) from which the charts were originally obtained. Former C-l
Chairman Dr. Maurice Boyd has revealed that no permission prior
to syllabus publication was obtained from the Review. However,
he did state he had received a post-facto release. An Alligator long
distance phone call Wednesday night to a Review editor in New
York City substantiated this statement. The charts represent one
of three instance discovered by the Alligator in which material
from this particular issue of the Review was duplicated. At least
five other publications were found to be implicated in the syllabus
row. (See other stories on this page.)

4
Weekend Driving Rights
Extended to Frosh, Sophs

Freshman and sophomores have
been granted the privilege of
driving on weekends this semes semester,
ter, semester, according to Bill Nelson,
President of the Freshman class.
The rule allowing freshman and
sophomores to drive cars regis registered
tered registered with the university was
signed by Dr. Reitz a week ago
Thursday. It was then turned
over to the Traffic and Parking
Committee for their approval but
it is generally understood, said
Nelson that it will be approved.
Dr. Reitz signed the rule with

Six" and "Seven"
A Comparison

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the exception of the part allow allowing
ing allowing students to drive the car s of
parents and visitors registered
with the police department for
the weekend. He said that this
would create too much confusion
for that department.
This rule allows freshman and
sophomores to drive registered
cars from 3 p.m. Friday until 7
a.m. Monday. This arrangement
will continue through this semes semester
ter semester as a trial basis then evalu evaluated
ated evaluated and further plans made.

Board Considers
Jones' Petition
Orange Peel-ing time saw two of
the humor publication's top three
posts in the same hands. Don Ad Addis
dis Addis will again head the Peel as
editor-in-chief for 1961-62. Re Renamed
named Renamed business manager was Ron
Rothstein.
Jack Horan nailed down the
magazines managing editors
post. The posts were filled at the
March 29 meeting of the Board
of Student Publications.
Peel Different*'
The new Peel will be entirely
different, said Addis, at least
on the outside. Plans to be com completed
pleted completed this summer include a
| homecoming souvenir edition.*
Also considered at the meeting
was Alligator Business Manager
Ron Jones petition requesting a
reinterview of applicants for the
business manager position.
Jones complained that he had
not been consulted, as incumbent
business manager, about his re recommendation
commendation recommendation for the new man.
Called Oversight*
Board chairman Hugh Cunning Cunningham
ham Cunningham said Wednesday that Jones
was called, simply as an over over(Bee
(Bee over(Bee BOARD, Fags 2)

University of Florida, Gainesville Friday, April 7, 1961

Six" anil "Stven" i
A Comparison

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of world S. S****'
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Pantagleize
Cost Named:
Doyle Leads
The cast for Pantagleize by
Michel de Ghelderode, the Flori Florida
da Florida Players last production of the
year, is headed by Mike Doyle
in the role of Pantagleize.
The production which opens
May 10 and runs May 11, 12, and
IS also features: Caron Barusch
as Rachel Sliberswartz; Herbert
Gilliland, Blank; James Brickley,
Creep; Anthony Pearl, Bamboola;
Leonard Kuhawik as Banger;
Larry Gordon, Mac Boon.
Included in the cast are: Joan Joanna
na Joanna Helming as the Assistant
Bank Manager; Clifford Somers,
Distinguish Counsel; Edward
Glick, Generalissimo; Charles
Harper, Officer; Roy Stubbs and
Jerry Berlin as Soldiers of the
Guard, and Liz Kaler as Ballad Balladmonger.
monger. Balladmonger.
The play is a modem, neoex neoexpressionistic
pressionistic neoexpressionistic farce being produced
for the first time in the United
States. The director is August
Staub. Marge Thomas serves as
assistant director.
Gerry Forbes will design cos costumes,
tumes, costumes, and the Florida Players
Technical Director, Ronald Jerit
is in charge of the sets.
LEADER DEADLINE
Today is the deadline for ap applications
plications applications for orientation group
leaders. Forms may be picked
up for the last time today in
Boom US of Tiger! Hall.

Probed by 'Gator, Tigert Hall

Copyright, Flo. Alligator, April V, IMI
By DICK HEBERT and NANCY MYKEL
Gator Managing EditorGator Editorial Assistant
Allegations of duplication in the C-12 Syllabus
came to a boil this week as two separate, concomit concomitant
ant concomitant investigationsby the UF administration and
the Alligatorwere brought to a close.
Dr. Maurice Boyd, American Institution depart department
ment department chairman, resigned his post Tuesday, accepting
full responsibility for errors of judgment and com commission
mission commission in preparing the departmental publication.
He refused to give any further explanations for Al Alligator
ligator Alligator publication.
Dr. Franklin A. D*ty, C-l professor, was promoted
to interim chairman of the department immediately
as quick action was taken by administrators to allevi-

ate tne situation.
UF President Dr. J. Wayne
Reitz, in a statement to the Alli Alligator
gator Alligator Wednesday, said he order ordered
ed ordered the syllabus taken out of use
as soon as possible. Doty complied
by naming a committee to study
the matter.
Still Used
The present syllabus will be
used for the remainder of the
semester, however, while the com committee
mittee committee investigates whether the
department should adopt a separ separate
ate separate text or use a series of paper paperbacks
backs paperbacks books until a new syllabus
is completed.
When the matter was brought
to the administrations notice, by
an anonymous faculty member,
Dr. Reitz asked Dean of Aca Academic
demic Academic Affairs Robert B. Mautz to
investigate.
Both Dr. Harry Philpott, UF
vice president, and University
College Dean Winston Little
were contacted to see if the
matter had been brought to their
attention previously. Both said
it hadnt.
Dean Little commented, that it
was his understanding that every
syllabus in exery UC department
was a staff-wide effort.
Several C-l professors told the
Alligator that despite the fact the
syllabus bears the notification.
Prepared by The Staff, they do
not feel it has been a staff-wide
effort for some years.
Boyd Refuses
Boyd refused to reveal the num number
ber number and names of professors who
worked on the present text.
A page by page comparison of
the syllabus and other texts show showed
ed showed that printed material from at
least six copyrighted publications
was used in the syllabus without
the usual accreditation.
These books include Economics,
by Paul A. Samuelson; The
American Presidency, by Clin Clinton
ton Clinton Rossiter; Goals for Ameri Americans,
cans, Americans, by an Eisenhower Presi Presidential
dential Presidential Commission; The Con Contemporary
temporary Contemporary World, by T. N. Bon Bonner
ner Bonner and others; and Democracy
in the United States, by William
Biker.

A map and charts as well as
text matter came also from the
Jan. 16, 1960 issue of the Saturday
Review of Literature.
Announcing his resignation at
the first C-l departmental staff
meeting since September, Dr.
Boyd took full responsibility
and said that the syllabus was
(See C-l, Page 2)

* EDUCATION HEADLINERS

They all met on capital hill,
Tallahassee and the fireworks
started.
Governor Farris Bryant de delivered
livered delivered his opening legislative
address Tuesday, outlining a
record 5772 million spending
program.
For UF building the governor
asked: $1.7 million, architecture
and fine arts building; $1.2 mil million,
lion, million, general classroom building;
$50,000 for Benton Hall repairs.
GAINESVILLE SENATOR J.
Emory Cross had comments to
make: I don't believe he rec recommended
ommended recommended revenue sufficient to
meet the needs he laid out. I
was disappointed that he failed
to mention the urgent need for
substantial pay increases for our
university professors.
SENATOR SAM GIBBONS, of
Hillsborough: I dont believe he
is recommending enough for
higher education.
ON THE FACT that a new
proposed university at Boca
Raton was to get the lions
share of university building
funds. ($5.3 million as compared
with $1.75 for the UF, $2.3 for
the University of South Florida,
Tampa, and nearly $2.5 for
Florida State University) Rep.
Tom Whitaker of Hillsborough
County had these comments:
I feel it is only wise to take
into account the needs for exist existing

Official Words
On C-l Problem
>

DR. BOYD
April 4, 1961
I accepted the chairmanship
of American Institutions only
vaguely aware of staff difficul difficulties
ties difficulties and the laborious work nec necessary
essary necessary to assemble desirable
materials of study. The staff ap approved
proved approved a general outline, and
work began on a new syllabus.
Each semester for the past four
semesters we have rewritten
parts of all of the material in
order to keep it pertinent for
the students and up-to-date with
the rapidly changing times.
Some staff members have
made splendid contributions
while the work of others had to
be re-written to fit into the
framework adopted. Some work
had to be discarded. Some as assignments
signments assignments are still not complet completed.
ed. completed.
The responsibility for the in inclusion
clusion inclusion or exclusion of material
was mine alone, as it had to be
under the pressure of time. Ob Obviously
viously Obviously too much was attempt attempted
ed attempted in too short a time with too
little help, and some errors of
judgment and commission were
made.
With or without copyright
laws, certainly I do not believe
that any material from the pub published
lished published works of others should
be allowed to appear in our syl syllabus.
labus. syllabus. At this moment, all the
(See BOYD, Page 2)


Reins of C-l Department
Turned Over to Dr. Doty

Dr. Franklin A. Doty was ap appointed
pointed appointed interim Chairman of the
C-l Department Tuesday follow following
ing following the resignation of former
chairman, Dr. Maurice Boyd.
The announcement of Dr. Dotys

ing existing institutions before starting a
new one.
REP. FRED KARL of Volusia,
said he thought Bryant showed
definite knowledge of the needs
of the state in all but the edu education
cation education field.
SENATOR ED FRASER of
Baker County, who recently
came out for sweeping exten extension
sion extension of the sales tax, said, Gov Governor
ernor Governor Bryant proved in his mes message
sage message what I have said all along.
We cant meet the needs of the
state without new revenue. He
wants to go only part way. I say
we must go all the way.
IN HIS ADDRESS Bryant
stated his proposals would be
financed with no new taxes, al although
though although he recommended im improvement
provement improvement of enforcement and
removal of inequities in the state
tax structure.
Bryant also asked the legisla legislature
ture legislature to adopt an escheat bill
and use part of the money col collected
lected collected for new college buildings.
The bill, introduced by Senator
James E. Conner of Brooksville,
is almost ensured of passage in
the senate. It would provide that
all bank accounts, utility de deposits
posits deposits and undistributed divi dividends
dends dividends will go to the state after
lying dormant for 15 years, and,
by reason of the state constitu constitution,
tion, constitution, to the state school fund. It
would bring in an estimated sl2
million. ,

Eight Pages This Edition


EDITOR'S NOTE
For two weeks Alligator Edi Editors
tors Editors and three editorial assist assistants,
ants, assistants, Nancy Mykel, Neil Swan
and Bill Curry, investigated a
delicate situation brewing in the
C-l department. After exten extensive
sive extensive interviewing both person personally,
ally, personally, by long distance phone and
mail, we present the following
report.

DR. REITZ
My attention has been called
to the fact than an unfort\mate
inclusion of materials without
identification of source and the
proper procedure of credit and
authorization has occurred in
connection with the rewriting of
the C-l Syllabus.
Although large segments of
the Syllabus do represent origi original
nal original and creative work, the exis existence
tence existence of any questionable selec selections
tions selections cannot be ignored. Upon
receipt of a report to me, which
followed an extensive series of
consultations with the faculty of
the department and with other
faculty members, I have re requested
quested requested that the Syllabus be
withdrawn from use at the earli earliest
est earliest possible moment consistent
with the academic program of
the students now enrolled in the
course.
As is usual in cases involving
preparation of material for a
comprehensive course which
must present concepts from sev several
eral several disciplines, various faculty
members participated in the
preparation of the materials.
As a result, the title page car carries
ries carries the notation Prepared by
the Staff. The course chairman
has stated that he is solely re responsible
sponsible responsible for those portion* of
the Syllabus under question.
Dr. J. WAYNE REITZ


appointment was made by Dean
Winston W. Little of the University
College.
Dr. Doty came to the UF in
1946 and has taught in both the
history and C-l departments. He
was appointed full professor in
1958.
When asked about rumors of
rifts and disagreements amog C-l
staff members, Dr. Doty replied
that he saw no unnatural amount
of departmental friction.
He said a certain amount of dis disagreement
agreement disagreement among personnel can
be found among any group of col college
lege college instructors and that friction
in the the C-l department might
be slightly more than normal be because
cause because the members represent sev several
eral several different fields of study.
In social science everything is
very subjective, he concluded.
In view of the disclosure that
parts of the present C-12 sylla syllabus
bus syllabus are open to question as to
their intellectual integrity, Dr.
Doty said a committee is in the
process of deciding what type oi
text material can be used to re
place the present syllabus.
NEIL SWAN
SG Religious Post
Goes to Strickland
John Strickland, 3 LW, has been
appointed by Student Body Pre President
sident President Bruce Bullock to the post
pi Secretary of Religious Affairs.
His appointment Tuesday, pend pending
ing pending Legislative Council approval,
completed Bullocks 12-man cab cabinet.
inet. cabinet.
Bullock said Strickland was
highly recommended by the Un University
iversity University Religious Association*.
t +* ***
A



Page 2

Century Old Bill Requires ROTC;
Controversy Stirs for Revision

(EDITOR'S NOTE: Thit
is Hie first 1 in a serjes of
articles investigating pros
and cons in Hie current
controversy on compulsory
ROTC training.
By JACK HORAN
Gator Staff Writer
Has ROTC lost its purpose for
college students Or did the stu-
know its purpose?
T4> Reserve
trainf military
armed forces HORAN
two-OQrds of its officers.
been written about
*** why do we have
it onOhis campus and what does
it entail?
BOTC Born
in 1862, a federal land grant act
gave the states federal land for
their colleges with the stipulation
that military training be offered.
Through interpretation of this
act, the UF is required to admin administer
ister administer compulsory ROTC to all phy physically
sically physically able freshman and sopho sophomores
mores sophomores with the exception of stu students
dents students over 21 and veterans with
more than 90 days active duty.
Contract Made
A contract between the state
Board of Control and the U. S.
Defense Department regulates
university policy on the matter.
When a freshman enters the UF,
he has to satisfy the requirements
of the contract law by participat participating
ing participating in two years of basic Army
Editors, Profs
Join Efforts
In Co-op Plan j
A new area of cooperation be between
tween between the classrooms of the
School of Journalism and Com Communications
munications Communications and the Florida Al Alligator
ligator Alligator and other newspapers is
in the offing for next fall.
Journalism 101, bearing the
catalogue tag of Introduction
to Reporting, is the new opera operation.
tion. operation.
Non-professors will make the
assignments while a journalism
professor will conduct the class,
it was explained.
The "assignments will consist
of regular reporting work stu students
dents students do on at least a weekly ba basis
sis basis for the Florida Alligator, Un University
iversity University News Bureau or any oth other
er other recognized news publication.!
Any student working on these
publications will be allowed to en enroll
roll enroll in the course, providing he
is not already enrolled in Journa Journalism
lism Journalism upper division and has not
taken Elementary Reporting (Jm
801).

I One semester hour of credit,
I available for two semesters of
I such reportnig will be the pay-
I off for the reporters who enroll
P and simply submit carbon cop copies
ies copies of their regular stories to the
teacher for critique and grading.
The elements of the newspaper
business will be discussed in the
projected course including the As Associated
sociated Associated Press stylebook and
story structure.
The professor and exact time
of the class have yet to be an announced
nounced announced but Alligator Editor Editorelect
elect Editorelect Neil Swan said the chances
are the class would be held on
Friday afternoons so as not to
conflict with that publications
schedule.
Ait Prof Shows
Oil Paintings
The work of UF art professor
Hollis Holbrook has been chosen
for exhibition by the University
of Illinois.
Holbrooks oil painting, Grey
on Blue and Brown is now on
display in the Universitys bien biennial
nial biennial Contemporary American
Painting and Sculpture Exhibition
at the Krannert Art Museum, Ur Urbana,
bana, Urbana, Illinois.
The exhibiting examine current
thought in music, painting, archi architecture,
tecture, architecture, sulpture, and other forms
of artistic expression and set up
a base for the measurement of
art trends in the United States.
Holbrook is one of six artists
from the south represented in
the show, and is the only one
from the UF.
Hospital Post Filled
Hansel F. Holmes has been ap appointed
pointed appointed Manager of Admissions,
Insurance and Collections at the
University of Floridas new Teach Teaching
ing Teaching Hospital and Clinics here, j-
A graduate of the Ashland Cen Center,
ter, Center, University of Kentucky,
was formerly business and credit
manager of Kings Daughters Hos Hospital,
pital, Hospital, Ashland, Ky.
A

The Florida Alligator, Friday, April 7, 1961

-PASS IN RlVfffW

or Air Force military science and
drill. One credit is given for four
classroom and two drifi hours per
week.
After these two years in the
program are fulfilled, the student
is then draft deferred as long as
he it in college. 1 1 he fails to
complete the course, he is sub subject
ject subject to the selective service.
One Sixth Continue
For those who intend to enter
into one of the services after grad graduation,
uation, graduation, advanced ROTC in the
junior and senior years is re required
quired required for a commission. About
one out of every six taking com compulsory
pulsory compulsory military training enroll in
the advanced or voluntary pro program.
gram. program.
Out of these, only some 16 per
cent remain to receive a commis commission
sion commission as a reserve officer, the bulk
having been eliminated by rigor rigorous
ous rigorous tests, grades, physical inade inadequacies.
quacies. inadequacies.
All cadets receive their books
and uniforms free of cost. Cadets
in the advanced courses are paid

Location Problem To Slow
/
New Building Allocations

With any fund allocation for
new buildings on campus the UF
must look for space to build.
What areas on campus will be become
come become academic or housing areas?
Will the Plaza of the Americas
eventually be covered by build buildings?
ings? buildings?
Calvin Green, UF engineer,
said he knew of no immediate
plans for building locations, but
that the proposed new architec architecture
ture architecture classroom building had pri priority
ority priority to be built at the corner of
18th Street and Radio Road.
Flaveta Doomed
Flavet I will eventually have
to go, he said, and the land
around Grove Hall will be more
extensively developed.
Land on the west side of Fra Fraternity
ternity Fraternity Row may be used for
housing since thi* area was such
a distance from the academic
campus, Green added.
Assistant Architect Guy Fulton
said there hag never been a
strict expansion plan and such a
plan would be impossible to stick
by.
Fulton labeled the plan-wreck plan-wreckers
ers plan-wreckers as new elements, and said,
Fifteen years ago no one would
have known what a nuclear reac reactor
tor reactor building was.
Married students have
changed the looks of the Ameri American
can American campus. When I went to col college
lege college we didnt have more than
four or five married students.
Science has also affected cam campus
pus campus architecture. We use to leave
space between buildings for air
but now the air-conditioner has
changed all that.
Also, Fulton said, new schools
of things which we now know
nothing about would continue
to keep plans unstable.
Asked about the rumored plans
for building & new library unit,
the same size as the present
Americas, Fulton replied, I
know of no such plan.
Fulton did say however, that
he didnt think a library unit
would hurt the Plasa. If there
is enough pressure, the Plaza
may be covered with buildings
I just dont know.
Right now, the University can
only expand south and west,
Fulton continued. If we had a
lot of money we could buy lots
across the street (18th Street)
and build there.
Green said that only with an
exact and precise need does the
University go to the open mar market.
ket. market.
Green cited the purchasing of
a horticulture site beyond the
Millhopper Road gome five or six
years ago as an example.
Taller buildings were suggested

Publications Petition

We, the undersigned, duly re registered,
gistered, registered, full time students of
the University of Florida, Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, Florida, do hereby complain
that the Publication Electoral
Board, acting without constitu constitutional
tional constitutional authority, on March 6,
1961, did the following:
1. Did appoint a business man manager
ager manager of the Florida Alligator for
the year 1961-1962 in violation of
Article VI Publications, Sec Section
tion Section 601 Selection of Officers of
the University of Florida Student
Body Constitution (adopted April
7, 1960), which reads:
The editors and business man managers
agers managers of the Florida Alligator,
the Seminole, the Orange Peel,
the Summer Gator, and the F
Book shall be appointed by the
Publication Electoral Board com composed
posed composed of the incumbent Board of
Student Publications, President of
the Student Body, and Chancel Chancellor
lor Chancellor of the Honor Court, after
hearing the recommendations of
the incumbent Editor and Busi Business
ness Business manager of the Student Pub Publication
lication Publication under consideration.
The incumbent business manag manager
er manager of file Florida Alligator was
present at said meeting, ready,
willing, and able to make Ms re recommendations
commendations recommendations to the said board.
The members of the board that
were present saw him waiting for

for their efforts, being payed 827
per month during the school year
and |7B per month while attending
summer camp.
Because of the various com complaints
plaints complaints which have been leveled at
the Army and Air Force pro programs,
grams, programs, the UF military depart department
ment department has revamped its course and
drill schedule for the 1961-82
school year. y
The Army is planning to sub substitute
stitute substitute an academic course for
freshmen for one semester of
ROTC classroom studies but still
will retain the mandatory drill for
that semester.
One semester of the two-hour
drill will be abolished by the Air
Force, with freshmen and sopho sophomores
mores sophomores alternating drill each se semester.
mester. semester.
Staffing the military depart departments
ments departments on this campus are regular
Army and Air Force officers
ranging from Colonels to Lieuten Lieutenants.
ants. Lieutenants. Hiey are in charge of the
classroom instruction as well as
the drill period.

by Green for dorms since in
class buildings there is an over overload
load overload on elevators.
Such dorms, consisting of five
or more stories, are being used
at Florida State University where
the space problem ig also grow growing
ing growing critical.
Some 512 acres are presently
being serviced and maintained,
inclusive of housing, said Green.
These 612 acres now have
buildings and could be built upon
without using experiment station
properties. And, the so-called
temporary buildings occupy
ground for possible new build buildings.
ings. buildings.
Form Hour Chief
Ends UF Career
After 36 Years
J. Francis Cooper, head of the
editorial department of the Agri Agriculture
culture Agriculture Extension Service, retires
this month after a 36-year career
at the UF.
Coopers retirement will also
end his 33-year career as moder moderator
ator moderator of the daily Florida Farm
Hour, which is heard on WRUF.
Although he now appears only
once or twice a week, Cooper es estimates
timates estimates he has been on the pro program
gram program nearly 3,000 times since it
began in 1928. WRUF began op operations
erations operations in that year.
Cooper said his radio work will
be assumed by former WRUF an announcer
nouncer announcer Roberts C. Smith, who
currently is working for a radio
station in Richmond, Va. Smith
will begin his duties here April
16.
Cooper said hig retirement
plans include writing and travel traveling.
ing. traveling. He will continue to make his
home in Gainesville.
Medical Lecturer
To Speak Here
Eugene J. Jack Taylor, as associate
sociate associate professor of physical
medicine and rehabilitation at
New York University, will lec lecture
ture lecture Monday afternoon at the J.
Hillis Miller Health Center.
Slated for 4 p.m. in the audi auditorium
torium auditorium of the Medical Sciences
Building, the lecture is on the
topic, Trends and Developments
in Rehabilitation.
Taylor is a member of the edi editorial
torial editorial staff of the New York
Times and co-author with Dr.
Howard A. Rusk of New Hope
for the Handicapped and other
publications on rehabilitation.
The lecture is sponsored by the
College of Health Related Serv Services
ices Services and open to the public.

Ms appearance, yet his recom recommendations
mendations recommendations were not heard or
asked for but were ignored. This
action is clearly in violation of
Article VI, Section 601 of the Con Constitution.
stitution. Constitution.
2. Further, that the President of
the Student Body, Mr. Bob Park,
and the Chancellor of the Honor
Court, Mr. Gavin (flic)OBrien,
were absent at the time of the
appointment of said business
manager of the Florida Alliga Alligator
tor Alligator and had no decision in the
matter. This action is clearly in
violation of Article VI, Section 601
of the Student Body Constitution
quoted above. Therefore the alleg alleged
ed alleged Publication Electoral Board
was without authority to act un under
der under Article VI, Section 601 of the
constitution.
Therefore we pray for the fol following
lowing following relief:
1. That the appointment of the
business manager of the Florida
Alligator made by the alleged
Publications Electoral Board on
March 6, 1961 be declared null
and void and without any authori authority.
ty. authority.
2. That said Publications Elec Electoral
toral Electoral Board be required to meet
subsequently to make a valid ap appointment
pointment appointment of business manager of
the Florida Alligator. That at said
meeting the constitutional require require\?
\? require\?

Council Forms
v
Seven UF Areas
For Committees
By JACK HORAN
Gator Staff Writer
The Legislative Council created
seven new standing committees to
better cover every phase of
campus life In a meeting Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night.
Purpose of the additional com committees,
mittees, committees, which will include all
Council members who wish to
serve, ia to organise a more vi vigorous
gorous vigorous and active Council in at attracking
tracking attracking present and future pro problems,
blems, problems, according to Bill Hol Hollingsworth,
lingsworth, Hollingsworth, majority floor lead leader.
er. leader.
Groups listed
The new established committees
are Publications, Judiciary, Sum Summer
mer Summer School planning, Academic
Affairs, Social and Cultural Af Affairs,
fairs, Affairs, Single Students Housing
and Married Students Housing.
Hollingsworth explained that a
larger number of standing com committees
mittees committees will better able Council
members to acquaint themselves
with particular campus functions.
Posts Approved
Approved by the Council were
all but two of student body pre president
sident president Bruce Bullocks cabinet
choices, including Traffic Court
Clerk Irv Cohen. Cohen was the
only appointee of the Court to
be sent to a reviewing commit committee.
tee. committee.
Positions not yet approved were
the Secretaries of Elections and
Mens Affairs who were not pre present
sent present at the committees hearing.
Referred
Referred to the same ap appointment
pointment appointment reviewing committee
was John Strickland, picked for
Secretary of Religious Affairs.
Also passed were six new coun council
cil council members and appropriations
to four organizations for conven conventions.
tions. conventions.

PROFESSIONAL CONSIDERED

Board Eyes Reserve Fund Use

(Continued from Page ONE)
sight. We will be happy to work
with the Honor Court, to get the
situation straightened out.
Honor Court Chancellor Bill
Trickel said Wednesday that the
public hearing about the petition
will be held 3 p.m. April 12, in
the Honor Court.
The Court must follow rules of
civil law whenever a petition is
submitted, B aid Trickel. If the
Court decides that the Board of
Student Publications has made a
mistake, then another electoral
board meeting will be held to get
Ron Jones recommendation be before
fore before selecting a business man manager.
ager. manager.
Skip Browne was chosen by the
Board at the questioned election.
Consider Reserve
Methods of disposing of the
Boards Reserve Fund were also
discussed.
Mr. Horace G. Brubaker, the
University auditor, has now com completed
pleted completed an audit of the student
publications over the last eight
years/ said Cunningham. The
estimate is now 840,000; we plan
to loan $5,000 to Dollars for Scho Scholars.
lars. Scholars.
We plan to use 81,000 of this
money for furniture and equip equipment
ment equipment for present student publica publications
tions publications offices, he said, and to
leave 810,000 in the reserve fund.
Salary Suggested
Two outstanding sums left are
a recommendation that the Board
be allowed to request 812,000 as
a special salary fund for a new
full time executive secretary,
advisor for student publications
and a suggestions that the re remainder
mainder remainder of the $40,000 be put in
the Florida Union fund, earmark,
ed for equipping and furnishing
offices for student publications.
The salary fund is to be spent


ments be met fully, as set out in
this complaint, in that all neces necessary
sary necessary persons be present and that
the incumbent business mana manager
ger manager of the Florida Alligator be
allowed to voice his recomxnen recomxnenations
ations recomxnenations to the Board.
3. The provision that the in incumbent
cumbent incumbent business manager of
the Alligator shall make recom recommendations
mendations recommendations to the Board is for
the purpose of allowing one who
has worked closely in that capa capacity
city capacity to recommend to the Board
those students whom he feels are
qualified students for this office
and it was for that purpose that
this provision was drafted into the
Constitution.
4. If the relief prayed for is not
granted, the student body of the
University of Florida will be
greatly prejudiced both now andj
in future years in that editors and I
business managers may be ap appointed
pointed appointed in slip shod fas Mon
which will work to the detriment
of publications on the campus.
6. We ask for a literal inter interpretation
pretation interpretation of the Constitution be because
cause because Article VI, Section 601 is
clear in its interpretation, import,
and meaning, for the benefit of
the students of the University of
Florida.
Signed by 20 students

6 Books Named in Syllabus Row

(Continued from Page ONE)
us and the Committee oh Econo Economic
mic Economic Development. After consult consulting
ing consulting with our board here, it is
likely we will mail the (C-l) de department
partment department a letter requesting that
appropriate corrections and an annotations
notations annotations be made if any of our
material is used in ensuing syl syllabus
labus syllabus editions.
The Alligator also learned that

Bullock, Strawn To Speak
At Rally Set for April 19

(Continued Iron, Page ONE)
Our professors are forced to
teach too many pupils and re receive
ceive receive a salary that is far below
national standards. You are
aware of all these facts. But we,
a g students, know that education
cannot wait until the next bien biennium.
nium. biennium.
Look Again
It is our hope that you will
look once again at university
problems and pass a budget that
will enable higher education in
Florida to survive and progress.
Student Pi evident Bullock re received
ceived received answer Wednesday to his
letter to Florida State Univer University.
sity. University. FSU Under-secretary of
Public Relations called Bullock
to suggest a student speaker
exchange between the universi universities.
ties. universities.
FSU has already begun a pro program
gram program similar to ours, explained
Bullock. Just prior to Easter
they held a small scale rally plus
a personal contact program ex extended
tended extended over two weeks.
I think its a wonderful idea.
We are going to see if we can
get some student leader or lead leaders
ers leaders from their campus to come
to our rally and see if Wells can
go to theirs representing the en entire
tire entire university system, as was
suggested by FSU.
Wells also announced that the

over* a period of not less than
two years, depending on the
salary to be paid the new man.
We have not fully establish established
ed established the criteria for the new sec secretary,
retary, secretary, said Cunningham, but
he would be hired full time as
financial guide and advisor to all
student publications.
dte Requirements
The new advisor would have a

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the Saturday Review was not con contacted
tacted contacted by anyone in the UF C-l
department about this reproduced
material until a few days ago.
The Saturday Review gained
and noted permission to reprint
the maps and diagrams from their
original source, the New York
Times. The Times credit line was
deleted when the same material
appeared in the syllabus.

student petition would be made
available at 14 tables around
campus starting Monday.
At these tables we will also
make available lists of the legis legislators
lators legislators and their home counties so
students will be able to write
them and solicit their support for
education.
Tbe tables will be manned by
sorority girls and will be placed
so as to be convenient to all
students, Wells said. Center of
operation will be in the infor information
mation information booth across from the
Student Service Center.
The petition will circulate
through fraternity and sorority
houses, the mayors council and
living area councils, Wells said.
A tentative program has been
decided upon for the student ral rally.
ly. rally.
Student Speakers
Student Body President Bruce
Bullock will tell of student needs
in higher education and Florida
Blue Key President Dave Strawn
will present the position of stu student
dent student leadership on the campus.
We also expect to present
three awards to outstanding
legislators at the rally, Wells
said.
Plans are taking shape for
a very enthusiastic display of
student support for educational
needs.

background of at least three
years professional publications ex experience,
perience, experience, and would be acquaint acquainted
ed acquainted with the problems of a student studentmanned
manned studentmanned publications.
He would be essentially an
employe of students, stressed
Cunningham. He would be res responsible
ponsible responsible to the Board of Student
Publications alone, with only such
power granted him by the
Board.

None of the publishers of the
books involved have thus far in indicated
dicated indicated they intend to take legal
action or that grounds for such
action even exist.
At least 16 paragraphs in the
syllabus chapter on education in
America very closely resemble
material in a social science text textbook
book textbook entitled The Contemporary
World (not used at the UF).

Wells said the fraternities and
sororities will 'be asked to come
en masse from their houses to
the 30-minute rally.
We have contacted the admin administration
istration administration and have received their
approval and wholehearted sup support
port support for the drive, the chairman
said.
The Steering Committee will
hold a meeting Tuesday at 4 p.m.
in Room 123 of the Florida Un Union.
ion. Union.

(-1 Text Hil-Boyd Quits

(Continued from Page ONE)
complied under the pressure of
time, and that obviously too
much was attempted in too short
a time with too little help.
I accepted the chairmanship of
American Institutions only vague vaguely
ly vaguely aware of staff difficulties and
the laborious work necessary to
assemble desirable materials of
study, Boyd said, in his state statement
ment statement to the Alligator.
The Alligator began investigat investigating
ing investigating reports of unaccredited dupli duplication
cation duplication in the syllabus on March
22.
A separate and unidentified
source made allegations through
the administration, and by
March 27, UF President Dr. J.
Wayne Reitz had Dean Robert
B. Haute of Academic Affairs
looking into the matter.
Dr. Boyd will remain as a full
professor in the C-l department.
UF Vice-President Harry M. Phil Philpott
pott Philpott said Tuesday evening that
Dr. Boyd ia a good teacher.
Was In C-6
Before being named C-l chair chairman
man chairman in 1957, Bbyd had been a

Two pages in the syllabus have
been lifted from Goals for Ameri Americana,
cana, Americana, a book prepared by the
Presidents Commission on Nation National
al National Goals.
Students Aware
Several C-12 professors assign assigned
ed assigned this book to their students as
outside reading. Some students
noticed the similarity between
portions of the book and the syl syllabus
labus syllabus and discussed the matter
in class.
Limited portions of syllabus
text material on commercial
banks were taken from an econo economics
mics economics textbook by Paul Samuelson.
Unitil this year, the Samuelson.
book was used as a text in intro introductory
ductory introductory economics course at the
UF.
A diagram from the book Demo Democracy
cracy Democracy in The United States by
William Riker is also reproduced
in the syllabus.
Some portions of the syllabus
material on the presidency were
taken from The American Presi Presidency
dency Presidency by Clinton Rossiter.
The syllabus does, however,
contain this crediting statement:
. the efficient technique by
Clinton Rossiter in The American
Presidency . will be followed.

Humanities professor for one
year.
Dean Mautz said Wednesday
night that his investigation is now
finished.
Boyd Explains
His Resignation
(Continued from Page ONE)
necessary clearances have been
obtained so that no person or in institution
stitution institution need be concerned over
future charges of copyright in infringement.
fringement. infringement.
No formal application for
copy-right of the syllabus has
been made nor has it been ship shipped
ped shipped through the federal mails
for sale elsewhere. There is no
existing contract to publish it,
although we hoped it would
eventually evolve into a finish finished
ed finished work for publication.
As a result of the present feel feeling
ing feeling which have developed in
connection with the existing
C-12 syllabus, some justified and
some not, I feel that my useful usefulness
ness usefulness to the department is ended.
I have requested permission to
withdraw from the chairman chairmanship
ship chairmanship of American Institutions.
In the Interests of the depart department,
ment, department, I hope the staff will unite
behind new leadership in pre preparation
paration preparation of material for the fall
semester.



JAZZ NEARS
AS BRUBECK
BOUNCES IN
FOR REVIEW
The Dave Brubeck Quartet,
with contemporary jazz stylings,
will appear on campus April 23
under the auspieces of three UF
organizations.
Brubeck will take time out
from a Florida tour to appear in
the Florida Gym at 8:30 p.m.
The Quartet will be sponsored
by Lyceum Council, University
Religious Association and Florida
Union Board.
The group features Brubeck on
the piano, Paul Desmond playing
saxophone and bass and drum
players.
Ticket for the performance are
SI.OO. Advance ticket sales have
not been announced yet.
The Quartet has appeared in
Carnegie Hall, Newport and New
York Jazz Festivals and on the
Ed Sullivan and Steve Allen
shows.
Brubecks albums include Jazz
Goes to College, and his latest
Time Out.

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Who's Ugliest of All?
APhiO Contest Opens

By LINDA HAMEL
Gator Staff Writer
King Ugly comes to campus at
Spring Frolics, April 28, when Al Alpha
pha Alpha Phi Omega service fraternity
sponsors the Ugliest Man On
Campus contest.
The annual contest is open to
any campus organization or dorm
section.
Chairman Jack Blackman ex explained
plained explained the purpose is not to
nominate a really ugly person,
but someone who would enjoy
clowning through the events con-
Engineer's Annual Ball
To Be Held Tonight
The Annual Engineers Ball is
being staged tonight by the Ben Benton
ton Benton Engineering Society at the
Holiday Inn.
Dancing from 9 p.m. until 1
a.m., couples will (fence to the
music of Bill Byers orchestra.
Comic comments will be differed
by Russell Danburg of the UF Mu Music
sic Music Department.
Tickets to the public event may
be purchased for $1.50 per couple
from members of the sponsoring
society or at the door.

nected with the contest.
Votes are cast in the form of
money, one penny being worth
one vote. Candidates for UMOC
will solicit votes in classes and
everywhere on campus.
According to Bloc km an, contest contestants
ants contestants will be required to appear
at the Gator Hop April 15 and
at a Swim Capades show April
21 and 22.
U F Delegates
Attend Peace
Corps Meet
A milestone in the formation
of an active Peace Corps was
passed at a college conference in
Washington, D.C. last week.
UF delegates, Louis Gomez and
Mike Parks, were among 500 stu students
dents students from 200 colleges attending
the meeting. The students were
addressed by corps leaders and
leading political figures. They al also
so also discuss the program among
themselves.
"This is the first chance Am American
erican American youth have had to express
themselves effectively in policy
and politics, said Senator Hu Hubert
bert Hubert Humphrey in one program.
Speakers at the convention em emphasized
phasized emphasized that all interested peo people
ple people should apply for the corps,
regardless of where they think
their abilities might be used.
Parks stated that he hoped to
set up an information center on
campus as soon as possible. Inter Interested
ested Interested student may now contact
the student government office for
information and literature on the
corps.
Gomez reported that speakers
should be available in the fall,
as soon as the pilot program is
completed. Applications for the
corps will be distributed to uni universities
versities universities in the near future.
Solar Scientists Meet
A discussion of the sea water
distillation project at Daytona
Beach will be one of the features
of the second annual Solar Energy
Symposium at the UF April 10 and
11.
Between 50 and 60 experts in
utilization of the suns energy are
expected to attend the symposium
sponsored by the Mechanical En Engineering
gineering Engineering Department of the Uni University
versity University of Florida and the Solar
Energy Applications Committee
of the American Society of Me Mechanical
chanical Mechanical Engineers.

Prizes include a silver Ugly Man
Key and $lO for the winner,
clothes and amusement passes
for second and third place.
Proceeds from the contest will
go to a scholarship fund for wor worthy
thy worthy students.
Entry blanks should be turned
in to the Alpha Phi Omega box
in the Florida Union between
April 6 and 13.
Blackman said information con concerning
cerning concerning the contest has been sent
to 83 organizations. Groups which
have not received information can
pick up instructions and entry
blanks at the Information Desk
in the Florida Union.
Legislature To
Receive Report
On TV Teaching
Teaching via WUFT, Channel
5, located within the stadium,
is a feature in the Universitys
Biennial Report to the Florida
Legislature, just released.
The booklet prepared by the
News Bureau conjunction with
the office of the president, noted
that during the 1958-60 biennium
educational television facilities
formed the basis of several exper experiments
iments experiments in teaching subjects where
the ratio of students to professors
were already extremely high.
These experiments, while they
served to relieve materially the
pressure for faculty time,
were considered by the faculty
primarily a3 means of enrich enrichment-offering
ment-offering enrichment-offering a new dimension in
college teaching rather than a
'replacement of the present class classroom
room classroom methods.
In addition to providing instruc instruction
tion instruction in journalism, language hu humanities,
manities, humanities, marketing, advertising,
business, chemistry and physics,
the report also noted the high
grade, practical knowledge for
communications students who
man the cameras and sound
equipment and tackle the technic technical
al technical operations.
Qopies of the report, after pre preparations
parations preparations by Allen O. Skaggs and
his staff of assistant News Bureau
editor Douglas Martin and Uni University
versity University Health Center public re relations
lations relations head Hoke Kerns, have
been sent to the University presi presidents
dents presidents of all the states as well as
to the legislature. Martin and
Kerns are JC School exes.

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By MIKE OOLODNY
Gator Staff Writer
A visit to Happy Harolds
Houseboat was the unusual ex experience
perience experience awaiting many Fort Lau Lauderdale
derdale Lauderdale vacationing UF students
this past Easter.
The owner of the houseboat,
Harold T. Johnston, is the former
feeder of Albert the Alligator.
Johnston attracted campus atten attention
tion attention last semester when he stag staged
ed staged a wrestling bout with his ward
and was dismissed.
Floating Nightclub
Johnston turned the 54-foot
houseboat, the Twin, into a float floating
ing floating nightclub. Crowds were esti estimated
mated estimated to run as high as 300 a anight
night anight by Johnston. UF students
composed a large portion of those
attending the nightly perfor performances.
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was supplied by the Pyramids.
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Dear Dr. Frood: Our college mascot
is a great big lovable Saint Bernard.
He loves everyoneexcept me. In
fact, he has bitten me viciously
eight times. What can I do to get
him to like me?
Frustrated Dog Lover
it*
DEAR FRUSTRATED: Mother him. To
carry this off, I suggest you wear a
raccoon coat, let your hair and eye eyebrows
brows eyebrows grow shaggy and learn to
whimper affectionately.

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agreed to exchange Christmas presents. I sent her
a nice hanky. You can imagine how I felt when I §
_ awoke Christmas morning to find a sports car i .. a __
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floating caberet, another contin contingent
gent contingent of UF students held forth
on an 87-foot houseboat, the Tred
Avon.
Johnston had rented the Tied
Avon to a Group of Delta Tau
Deltas for the Easter break. None
to let a good opportunity go,
the Delts one gala party
after another. At one time ap approximately
proximately approximately 100 UF students took
part in the partying on the
Tred Avon.
Enough beer cans were left in
the four days of partying to form
a wall twelve feet long and four
feet high.
Fort Lauderdale city officials
gave their full approval to the
houseboat parties. They promised
that there would be no interfer interference
ence interference a s long as the parties were
kept under control.
The Citizens Council of Fort
Lauderdale commended Johnston
for his fine work with the va vacationing
cationing vacationing students.

Dear Dr. Frood: Most of my life here
is extracurricular. I carry the drum
for the band, pull the curtain for the
drama society, wax the court for the
basketball team, scrape the ice for
the hockey team, clap erasers for
the faculty club and shovel snow
for the fraternity houses. Do you
think these activities will really help
me when I get out of college?
Eager
I
DEAR EAGER: I dont think the col college
lege college will let you out.
1

The Florida Alligator, Friday, April 7, 1961

Johnston reported that he was
well pleased with the reception of
his idea among the vacationing
students.
He said thi was the first time,
Cherry Elected Veep
Os Phys Ed National
Spurgeon Cherry, head of the
UFs Department of Intramural
Athletics, has been elected vice
president of the American As Association
sociation Association of Health, Physical Ed Education,
ucation, Education, and Recreation.
He was elected at the Associa Associations
tions Associations annual convention last
week in Atlantic City. The nation national
al national honors came within a week
of Cherry's distinguished service
award from the Florida Coaches
Association in Jacksonville.
The AAHPER is the second
largest association of educators
in the nation, having 25,000 mem members.
bers. members.

to his knowledge, that house*
boats were used for such a pur*
pose in Fort Lauderdale. He stat*
ed he was interested in renting
the houseboats for summer and
semester breaks.
In examining the situation that
arose in Fort Lauderdale, Johnston
stated that he felt the troubla
started because the city was un unprepared
prepared unprepared for the record influx! Sft
50.000 students. ---
"The city didnt provide acti activities
vities activities for the students, and those
activities that were provided wera
just not enough, said Johnston.
Profs Exhibit Artwork
Oil paintings and photography
by two UF art professors are on
exhibit in Gallery X, Building X,
on campus, until April 14.
Shown are eight recent oil paint paintings
ings paintings by Richard Neidhart, assist assistant
ant assistant professor of art, and photo photographs
graphs photographs by Gerald Uelsmann. art
instructor.

Dear Or. Frootf: On New Yaar 1
Eve I foolishly resolved to be
more generous with my LuckiesJ
My friends have held me to this.'
and Ive been forced to give
away several packs a day. What
| do you think would happen if |
broke this resolution?
Rcsolutd)
DEAR RESOLUTE: It's bard to
tell, really. Lightning, a runaway
horse, a tornadowho knows?

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A study In what amounts to de departmental
partmental departmental mismanagement, or intel intellectual
lectual intellectual dishonesty, or both, has come
to a head this week.
The matter of what has been
termed by some as plagiarism in
the C-12 syllabus wound down to an
unpleasant climax Tuesday with the
resignation of the American Institu Institutions
tions Institutions department head, Dr. Maurice
Boyd.
* *
DR. BOYDS move was the culmi culmination
nation culmination of a two-week investigation,
conducted concomitantly by the ad administration
ministration administration and the Alligator. It
needs be pointed out here that the
two probes had no direct connection.
They were coincidental in their oc occurrence.
currence. occurrence.
With regard to the administrations
handling of their part of the investi investigation,
gation, investigation, we are moved to congratulate
Dean Robert Mautz on a job well
jdone.
If justice delayed is justice de denied,
nied, denied, then certainly Dean Mautz
probe is the epitome of justice de delivered,
livered, delivered, for his moves were swift,
penetrative and complete. And, to our
knowledge, no one has yet said they
were not fair.
*, j*
AS TO THE series of events which
produced the investigation itself, it is
regrettable that they ever happened.
No specific person or persons have
been irreparably harmed by the chain
of occurrences; indeed, in the long
run probably everyone concerned
Dr. Boyd includedwill benefit from
the fact that they were exposed and
resolved as they were.
But, the University itself has never nevertheless
theless nevertheless had a black mark registered
against it.
* *
WHAT HAS come out is that a
line of departmental action was fol followedwhether
lowedwhether followedwhether intentionally or not
which resulted in a piece of work
which is at best slipshod and at worst
is a shameful violation of intellectual
ethics.
We understand that the C-12 syl syllabus
labus syllabus was put together in only six
weeks time and that this is the reason
the errors and duplication slipped by.
We can readily see how such dis discrepancies
crepancies discrepancies might occur when such

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a small amount of time was all that
was allowed from start to finish.
* *
BUT ONE is given to ask why a
text which has been consistently re revised
vised revised yearly was left to be done in
six weeks time. The answer appar apparently
ently apparently lies with what we are given to
understand are long-standing dif differences
ferences differences over policy within that de department.
partment. department. Such differences should
have been resolved before now.
The resultant product of this six
weeks of whirlwind effort is a col collection
lection collection of material which is truly
amazing by the frequency of unac unaccredited
credited unaccredited material from other sources
which it contains.
* *
AND IT connoteshere again, in intentionally
tentionally intentionally or no-not only a non nonpursuit
pursuit nonpursuit of give-and-take academic
freedom; it also presents to C-l stu students
dents students a study-text which is construct constructed
ed constructed in a manner that they are forbid forbidden
den forbidden to use in their own work.
How many students could openly
utilize similar tactics and escape an
Honor Court trial, or at least being
called in on an instructors carpet?
Yet this work was prepared by
men oriented for years to the pro proprieties
prieties proprieties and responsibilities of aca academic
demic academic compilation.
* *
WE ARE most thankful this while
matter came to light within the Uni University
versity University community, and not from out outside
side outside accusations. And we are thankful
we were furnished the opportunity
to present it to the public.
The entire episode, we are proud
to say, shows to the world that this
university can admit to its own ills,
then do something to remedy them.
* *
IT IS disappointing to us that Dr.
Boyd has been so tight-lipped and
unaccomodating in our contacts with
him on the matter. We do not feel
he acted in complete good faith, thus
making our job of presenting a fair,
all-sided story to our readers all the
more difficult.
However, we do feel the entire
situation has been justly handled so
far. We extend our best wishes to Dr.
Doty as he tackles his new jobplus
our most fervent wishes to everyone
in general that no such incident will
recur again.

Friday, April 7, 1961

?
THE FLAIL
Attention, My Reoders,
For I've Been Misread

By JOHN MILLER
The occasion is rare when I
feel called upon to offer either
explanation, definition or apolo apology
gy apology for something I have said
and/or written. This is a rare
occasion. Save it! Some day it
will be valuable!
I should have
sWt
v > & % Hur have
drawn forth. It
MILLER is unfortun unfortunate
ate unfortunate that there has been suffi sufficient
cient sufficient mis-reading of the intent
of both to evoke this.
* *
AND SO, at the risk of sound sounding
ing sounding square or maudlin or luna lunatic
tic lunatic to both liberal and conserv conservative
ative conservative alike, it may get those
fellas with the white sheets off
my lawn if I make a few def definite
inite definite assertions.
Re Ben Hur: It seems the
current opinion is that I am
anti-God, anti-organized re religion,
ligion, religion, anti-reverence. Nothing
could be further from the truth.
It may well be that I am anti antitact;
tact; antitact; it has neer been one of
my virtues.
* *
AS IT STOOD f the skit on
Ben Hur had a point to make,
to wit: There are some things
I do not think should be used
to make Hollwood a fast buck.
Holy Scripture and the sacred
revelations of the Bible come
foremost in this category.
There is nothing untoward, to
me, in being offended by the
commercialization of the cru crucifixion
cifixion crucifixion of the Lord. I WAS so
offended and took opportunity to
strike back at it by exaggerat exaggerating
ing exaggerating the trend such venture could
take.
* *
TO MILK the emotion impact
of that Death in order to pro produce
duce produce the diaphragm fluttering
gasps of awe and mis-placed
reverence that fills a theatre at
$1.25 per seat is, to under-state
atrociously, distasteful to me.
Yet I am not the guardian of
the publics morals and the
manner in which my disapprov disapproval
al disapproval may be expressed is limited.
The result was an attmept to
satirize the process in the hope
that those who came to regard
the events depicted in the pic picture
ture picture as a good story might
see that it is more than that
and, as such, worthy of more
than pop-corn munching enter entertainment
tainment entertainment
e
THE SAME held true re: the
column on the new transla translation
tion translation of the Bible. Apparently
that one went down rather
smoothly until we reached the
parody of the Lord's Prayer
and at that point some readers

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foolishly decided that I was
seriously either proposing a
bop translation or asserting
Holy Scripture to be an object
worthy of ridicule.
Either evaluation mystifies me.
I had thought that, of all the
columns I had ever written,
none was more evident of its
intent. It wanot even necessary
to consider the value of using
such colloquial expressions as
sponging, "the pinch, et
al, expressions which clearly
will be as dated as the King
James thees and thous with within
in within a few years.

THE fOUTT was that some somewhere
where somewhere a line must be drawn in
the attempt to commonize the
language of the Bible. If such
as Milton or Shakespeare were
to be put in contemporary
terminology, it would be re regarded
garded regarded as a mildly amusing
curiosity and abandoned in a
short time.
Yet the clamor to do the
same to the Bible has been a
consistent theme from many
who find difficulty in immedi immediately
ately immediately and easily interpreting
Scripture and seem not to re realize
alize realize there are such things as
churches and clergymen which
are of enormous help in such
endeavor.

LANGUAGE becomes more
and more precise. Morality be becomes
comes becomes progressively harder to
define. An understanding of
God retreats from our minds
in ratio to the compromise we
are willing to endure to ease
the pain of contemplative in inward
ward inward revelation.
If modem man is more com complacent
placent complacent reading a neon sign
than listening for a still, small
voice, I may not be able to
change it. But I need not like
it. Nor do I.
* *
TO THE majority of my read readers,
ers, readers, Im sure this was an un unnecessary
necessary unnecessary series of explanations.
But to each man, his beliefs
are the tenderest spot. Per Perhaps
haps Perhaps because they are so little
used in everyday living that
they have not had a chance to
become strong. And any tam tampering
pering tampering with a weak link may
well break the chain.
If you are among those who
were offended by what you
thought you read or heard, be
convinced that you at least were
exposed to my best-intentional
convictions, based on a deep
faith in, and love for, those
things which you thought I rid ridiculed.
iculed. ridiculed.

A FEW FOLK said that they
laughed and enjoyed both skit
and column and yet felt em embarrassed
barrassed embarrassed that they did.
In the light of the intent, it
leaves me wondering this: When
the listening to or reading of
such matters for free evokes
embarrassment, does paying a
movie admission or buying a
colloquial edition dispel it?

Letters to the Editor

He's Damned
If He'll Stick
EDITOR:
In a letter by a B. M. Wade,
published in the Alligator of
Tuesday, March 28, I seem to
detect a cynical tone, and the
implication that there is no
emergency in the financial state
of the University of Florida
or at least none so imminent
that a few squawks by the right
people in the right places wont
solve.
Either that, or he assumes
that no amount of effort will
bring forth any results.

He SAYS, quote: If the pro professors
fessors professors want higher salaries. Im
sure their active imaginations
could devtee some scheme to
attain these ends.
As professors, we are exclud excluded
ed excluded from political activity, there therefore,
fore, therefore, presumably our scheming
opportunities are limited. This
is undoubtedly deliberate.

WE DONT have to scheme,
however. By straight-forwardly
looking for another job we can
raise our salaries. Many of us
are (many more than perhaps
either students or public are
aware).
The cry to raise the salaries
for professors comes more from
the administration than from
the professors because the pro professors
fessors professors have left, are leaving,
and will leave in the greatest
Exodus since the one which fol followed
lowed followed Genesis, to work for more
generous remuneration else elsewhere.
where. elsewhere.

SOME GOOD ones leave;
some good ones stay; but more
good ones will leave than will
stay and they will be easily
replaced, certainly not with
their professional equals or su superiors.
periors. superiors.
I should like to stay in Flor Florida;
ida; Florida; but Ill be damned if I
will on the stipend Im current currently
ly currently being paid.
EUGENE C. BOVEE,
Associate Professor,
Biology Department
New Award
Suggested
EDITOR:
This being spring and spring
being the season of awards and
festivities, I should like to an announce
nounce announce a new award, one which,
because it carries a tangible
cash prize, should arouse, I
hope, considerable competition.
No subject being closer to all
of us on this campus than that
of higher learning, it la fitting

MANAGING EDITOR'S NOTE

The Full Syllabus Story Wasn't Told

By DICK HEBERT
As is readily discernible by
our front page this issue, as well
as page two and the lead edi editorial
torial editorial on this page, things have
been happening in our Ameri American
can American Institutions.
A bit distasteful, to say the
least.
What isnt
told in the col columns
umns columns upon col colji
ji colji umns of type
mmm'? & story
* what exact
rfr ly happened.
Jf Wh ste PP ed
ture . and
HEBERT when? Where
did it begin? Why?
* *
FOR TWO WEEKS now, the
Alligator has concentrated its
efforts on delving into the full
story. In some spots we met full
and welcome cooperation.
Among these we list high our
Dean of Academic Affairs, Rob Robert
ert Robert B. Mautz, who conducted the
administration's high-speed in investigation.
vestigation. investigation.
Not to be slighted are also
Drs. Reitz and Philpott, with without
out without whose cooperation we could
have never gotten as far as we
did.
Many others are to be thanked
also all of our confidential
sources who steered us on the
right paths.
*
BUT, AS IS in any news story
such as this, we met some
brick walls, mainly because

INTERNATIONAL CORNER

Lookin' for Kicks? . So's ISO

By MIGUEL MEGIAS
Are you interested in lang languages?
uages? languages? Axe you studying po political
litical political science? Are you in interested
terested interested in something other
than football games, the King Kingston
ston Kingston Trio or the party at your
fraternity house?
If so, keep reading, because
this article is directed to intel intelligent
ligent intelligent students who realise the
potential offered by the 420 in international
ternational international students on this
campus who come from 72 dif different
ferent different countries (which is more
than the UN had to start with.)
THE INTERNATIONAL Stu Student
dent Student Organisation was estab established
lished established at the University of
Florida nine years ago, for the
purpose of promoting cultural
exchange among international

to establish the Brumbaugh
Award for the Greatest Dis Disservice
service Disservice to Higher Education in
Florida

FITTINGLY ENOUGH, the
award is named after that wan wandering
dering wandering mediocrity who devised
the productivity system and
who almost alone has done
enough damage to the univer university
sity university system In this state to win
the prize hands down (Or the
next century.
However, being a professional
disservicer he is not eligible and
must make suffice the honor of
being the eponym of the award.
*
I THINK entries should be in
the form of letters to the Editor
with no restrictions as regards
content, except, of course, that
they not be abusive or subject to
legal action.
If the Alligator will accept the
chore of selecting and printing
the best entries, I am sure we
can establish a judging commit committee
tee committee and the prize of ten dollars
cash will be awarded to the
winner prior to Commencement.
JOHN A. HARRISON,
111 Peabody Hall
Dr. Gripes
Said Strip!
EDITOR:
Is it true that doctors are the
cure of mankind? Are they to
aid and comfort the ill?
In fulfilling this obligation, is
it also deemed necessary that
they be discourteous? Some
doctors in the UF Infirmary
live up to the preceeding state statements.
ments. statements.

WHEN I went into the infir.
mary, I was greeted by a
grumbling and complaining doc doctor
tor doctor that gave me the impres impression
sion impression that Id personally chosen
to be sick late in the afternoon
so as to keep him in his office
an extra few minutes.
There was evidence of an antagonism
tagonism antagonism and hostility through throughout
out throughout the entire examination. This
particular doctor seemed to
have a personal grudge against
students. His conduct was most
unbecoming to his profession.
*
TO CITE an example of this
rather discourteous attitude,
when I was asked to disrobe in
front of an open window which
faced out to the sidewalk, I re requested
quested requested that the Venetian blinds
be lowered, but again I was an answered
swered answered with, Ive got to get
out of hero, its late in the aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon.
I dont know, maybe he had
an important golf date.
rmat

responsibility for the errors that
were made admittedly rested
upon the chief source of our
story, the Department Head,
Dr. Boyd himself.
I am sure he feels he cooperat cooperated
ed cooperated with us. But one could not
help but get the feeling that he
considered us just a bunch of
wild kids out to crucify him.
and so he adopted a benevolent,
I am the one responsible,
tight-lipped .policy,

I SAID EARLIER that the full
story will probably never be
known. However a few points
can be settled once and for all.
First, the swift action of the
administration building was, I
feel, at least an indirect result
of our own depth study of the
touchy situation. Naturally they
wanted to make sure they clear cleared
ed cleared up all the trouble before we
ran the full story.
Second, the story does not
begin with the six-week hurried
and under-staffed preparation
of the Syllabus last fall. It be began
gan began back in 1957 when D
Boyd assumed an administra administrative
tive administrative position, the scope of which
he himself admits he was only
vaguely aware.
*
THE STORY unfolds in a sub subterranean
terranean subterranean inter-departmental un unrest
rest unrest which we hope can be quick quickly
ly quickly done away with under the
new leadership of Dr. Doty.
Dr. Doty, it should be noted,
chaired a syllabus revision com committee
mittee committee from the spring of 1957
through the spring of 1960. It
has been claimed that none

students. Note that internation international
al international students includes you North
Americans as well as students
from other countries.
In the past the ISO has had
programs such as panel discus discussions
sions discussions on international matters;
foreign films of different coun countries;
tries; countries; language sessions to help
American students practice wljat
they learn in the classrooms;
lectures by distinguished pro professors
fessors professors on economic or political
subjects. All these programs
were quite successful, but
perhaps not too well known.
THE EXECUTIVE council of
ISO has the responsibility dur during
ing during the coming eight weeks of
organizing and planning a pro program
gram program for next semester.

Can't Take
Crudeness
EDITOR:
I am not one who makes a
habit of writing letters to the
editor whenever some irritating
event takes place. I have, how however,
ever, however, reached a point at which
I feel that something needs to
be said, regarding the conduct
of students in the C-course lee leetures.
tures. leetures.
Although I am referring par particularly
ticularly particularly to the 10:40 C-12 and
C-32 lectures on Mondays and
Tuesdays respectively, I doubt
seriously if similar displays of
crude conduct dont occur in
other sections of these and oth other
er other C-courses as well.
* *
THE HISSES at controversial
statements and at slight mis mistakes
takes mistakes made by the lecturer
along with the snapping of note notebook
book notebook rings, yawns, stretching of
arms, shuffling of feet, puffs of
cigarette smoke and, of course,
conversation commonly heard
and seen near the end of the
hour are certainly uncalled for.
Although definitely disconcert disconcerting
ing disconcerting to the lecturer, these ac actions
tions actions serve to direct attention
to the ill-mannered and incon inconsiderate
siderate inconsiderate persons in our midst,
* *
IF ONE hears something that
doesnt quite agree with what
one considers to be true or ac accepted
cepted accepted doctrine, an audible or
visible sign of disapproval isnt
required. One should look be beyond
yond beyond the superficial aspects of
the lecturer and into the worth worthwhile
while worthwhile and underlying meaning
of the topic at hand.
How about showing some con conduct
duct conduct that is more representative
of the real Florida student?
RICHARD C. HOWARD
LETTERS INVITED
The Florida Alligator
invites letters to the editor.
Letters must bear writer's
signed (in ink or pancil)
name and local address
but, on specific request,
the name will ba withheld
from publication. The Flor Florida
ida Florida Alligator reserves the
right to reject any latter
or shorten it to meat space
requirements. Normally,
letters may not exceed
500 words, should be
triple-spaced, and must be
typed on only one side of
the paper.

of the recommendations of this
group, representative of the en entire
tire entire C-l faculty, appeared in the
present Syllabus. Who knows?

A QUICK check of some at
the minutes of the Doty com committee
mittee committee Shows it was handled in
a very democratic fashion, inci incidentally.
dentally. incidentally.
It was in this committee that
a proposal to introduce a text textbook
book textbook for the course while a new
syllabus was being carefully
compiled, was defeated. In ef effect,
fect, effect, we now have a revival of
this proposal, by order of the
president.
I think it is fairly obvious that
one should not try to compile
a textbook of any magnitude in
a short six weeks, crammed with
classes as well.
.* *
TWO MORE subjective com comments
ments comments need be made. I sincere sincerely
ly sincerely feel and hope my feeling*
are realisticthat under Dr.
Doty, the C-l staff will work as
a unit, democratically and in a
way befitting university pro profeasors.
feasors. profeasors.
Secondly, I think we have the
C-l professors to thank for the
fact that our headlines in this
edition do not signify the sur surprising
prising surprising scoop I feel they de deserve,
serve, deserve, especially after two
weeks of solid work.
Reports from American In Institutions
stitutions Institutions classrooms have it
that the whole story, which broke
into full bloom Tuesday, was
spread by word of mouth over
the campus from those very
classroom lectures.

Now is the time when Amer American
ican American students who are interested
in participating in these pro programs
grams programs are especially welcome.
If you are thinking of work working
ing working for Mr. Kennedys Peace
Corps, here is an excellent op opportunity
portunity opportunity to get first-hand in information
formation information on 72 different coun countries.
tries. countries.

IF YOU ARE planning to
work in the foreign service, to
teach a foreign language, or
simply to have intereating
friends, why dont you contact
us?
Information ana application
blanks for membership will bo
available at the Florida Union
desk, or Florida Union, Room



Spring Lecture Honors
Roe Johns, UF Prof

Dr. Rot L. Johns has bseo
chosen to five ths University of
Floridas annual Spring Faculty
Lecture.
The appointment as a speaker
for the annual lecture is a tra traditional
ditional traditional honor for nationally
prominent faculty speakers.
Dr. Johns, a professor of edu education
cation education and Head of the Depart Department
ment Department of Administration and Field
Services, is the fourth University
professor to be selected for the
fnwi address which is sched-
UF Hospital
Bills High
Soys FCCC
Officials took issue recently
with testimony presented March
37 by the Florida Crippled Chil Childrens
drens Childrens Commission to legislative
subcommittees on appropriations.
UF President J. Wayne Reitz
expressed surprise at a statement
that the Crippled Childrens Com Commission
mission Commission was being charged ex extremely
tremely extremely high rates at the Univer Universitys
sitys Universitys Teaching Hospital and Clin Clinics.
ics. Clinics.
He said this is particularly sur surprising
prising surprising in that the rates and pro professional
fessional professional fees charged by the
Universitys hospital and medical
staff wers set by the Commission
itself in an agreement dated Feb February
ruary February 19, 1969. These rates were
set at S2B per day, plus profes professional
sional professional fees, and were established
originally by the State Board of
Health after an audit of costs at
the Teaching Hospital.
According to L. R. Jordan, di director
rector director of the Hospital, records in indicate
dicate indicate that at no time have doc doctors
tors doctors charges for open heart sur surgery
gery surgery ever been in excess of $326,
including Anesthesiologist changes
for the professional fee and $l5O
for closed heart surgery. Testi Testimony
mony Testimony before the subcommittees
in Tallahassee reported tnat pro professional
fessional professional fees for this type sur surgery
gery surgery were S6OO and more.
Jordan pointed out that rates at
Tampas General Hospital were
in excess of those charged by the
Teaching Hospital prior to Febru February
ary February 16 of this year for the same
type surgery. Since that date, the
rate has been reduced to slightly
more than $27 ser day.

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tiled for S p.m., April 10, hi the
Law Auditorium.
Opens Confab
Johns will also open the annual
Classroom Teachers Work Con Conference
ference Conference on the UF Campus Friday
evening with a discussion on
Working with The Legislatures.
The workshop will be guided by
the theme, Quality Leadership
Stronger Schools, as more than
300 state teachers convene for its
final session.
Gerald F. Wilson, president presidentelect
elect presidentelect of the Florida Education
Association, will address the con conference
ference conference at a Saturday luncheon
on the Problems Facing Our
Profession in the Coming Tears.
National Speaker
Dr. Johns ha lectured through throughout
out throughout the nation on problems of ed educational
ucational educational finance. His address on
Economics of Education will
include such subjects as the de determination
termination determination of curriculum#, meth methods
ods methods of finance, and approaches
for resolving controversial educa educational
tional educational issues.
Before coming to the Univer University
sity University in 1946, Dr. Johns was su superintendent
perintendent superintendent of school* both in
Hunter and Bloomfield, Mo.; pro professor
fessor professor of school administration at
Alabama Polytechnic Institute;
and Director of Administration
and Finance for the Alabama
State Department of Education.
Dr. Johns has also served as fis fiscal
cal fiscal consultant for educational fi finance
nance finance in ten states.
Served In Army
Dr. Johns served in the Army
as a Captain in WW U, belongs
to numerou* professional socie societies,
ties, societies, and is the author of more
than forty articles on education.
The three professors previously
honored were Dr. Rembert Pat Patrick,
rick, Patrick, whose specialty is Florida
history, Dr. George K. Davis, an
authority on animal nutrition, and
the late Dr. Cash B. Pollard, who
successfully combined careers in
chemistry and crime detection.
AEC Fellowships
The Atomic Energy Commission
has given three UF students fel fellowships
lowships fellowships for graduate study dur during
ing during 1961-62.
The AEC Special Fellowships in
Nuclear Science and Engineering
will go to Ronald Wesley Badg Badgley,
ley, Badgley, John Phillips Church and
Chester Dyer Kylstra who were
among 184 students named from
32 states and the District of Co Columbia.
lumbia. Columbia.

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Frolics Conceit
Draws Top Stars
One of the nations up and
coming folk singing trios, the
Limeliters will be a feature of
the Spring Frolics Concert on
Friday, April 28.
The Limeliters will share the

FOREIGN STUDENT AID

"Buddy" Plan Works

The buddy system initiated
thi semester to aid new foreign
students in their transition to
American college life was a gen general
eral general success, according to Foreign
Student Adviser Ivan J. Putman
Jr.
Approximately 26 incoming for foreign
eign foreign students were assigned to
big brothers, who introduced
them to campus life and helped
them through their initial adjust adjustment.
ment. adjustment.
Big Help
The program floundered some somewhat
what somewhat from newness, Dr. Put Putman
man Putman said, but the foreign stu students
dents students reported it a big help to
them.
Some confusion existed because
the Americans didnt completely
understand what was expected of
them. Others waited for foreign
students who never arrived.
400 foreigners
At the present time the UF

marque with New Orleans jazz
interpreter Pete Fountain and
rock-and-roll star Jimmy Reed.
The group consists of Lou
Gottlieb, who has a Ph. D.,
Alex Hassilev, who sings in a
dozen languages, and Glenn
Yarborough, who has been des described
cribed described as a great lover.
The Limeliters are featured
on an RCA Victor long playing

has 400 foreign students, repre representing
senting representing 67 nations. University Col College
lege College claims the largest concen concentration,
tration, concentration, with 137 enrolled. In
upper division, the honor goes to
the College of Agriculture, with
90.
Dr. Putman listed four major
problems facing foreign students:
language, academic system, mo money
ney money and adjustment to the new
way of life.
Language Barrier
Language is the chief pro problem,
blem, problem, said Dr. Putman. All
foreign students must submit
forms showing their proficiency
in English before they come, but
its still the number one difficul difficulty.
ty. difficulty. Most have little trouble read reading
ing reading English but speaking and un understanding
derstanding understanding it present different
problems.
The broad range of extracurri extracurricular
cular extracurricular activities and American in-

album and they have made per personal
sonal personal appearances at the Hun Hungary
gary Hungary I, the Blue Angel, the Vil Village
lage Village Vanguard, the Roundtable,
and Mister Kelleys. The group
has also appeared on the Ed
Sullivan and Dinah Shore tele television
vision television shows.
Gottlieb scored two of the
Kingston Trios hits, "Miss
Bailey and "Good News."

formality differ radically from the
continental system.
Expense Problems
Money presents a perpetual
problem because many students
underestimate their ex p e n s e s.
Most of the foreign students are
self supported. Others hold scho scholarships
larships scholarships from the United States
government or various internation international
al international organizations.
Another major difficulty, ac according
cording according to Dr. Putman, is the
problem of adjusting to the Am American
erican American way of life.
"Almost everything is new to
themfood, social customs, and
often even the clothing and cli climate,
mate, climate, said Dr, Putman.
Dr. Putman said many foreign foreigners
ers foreigners come here feeling like guests
and never overcome the feeling.
"Both foreigners and Americans
wait for a sign of recognition
from the others before they get
acquainted, and conseq uen 11 y,
many never do."
'Gropes of Wrath' Talk
Dr. Warren French of the Eng English
lish English Department will speak to the
Language and Literature Club on
The Education of the Heart. The
Inner Meaning of the Grapes of
Wrath" concerning the novel by
John Steinbeck.
The program will be Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, April 12, at 8 p.m. in Ma<
therly Hall, room 18. Admission is
free.

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ISO Validates Election
Results After Dispute

By BOBBIE FLEISCHMANN
Gator Staff Writer
The post-election hubbub in the
International Student Organization
reached a conclusion last Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night when the results of
three disputed elections were val validated.
idated. validated.
The I. S. O. nominations and
election committee declared Mi Miguel
guel Miguel Megias qualified to hold the
post of president during a spe special
cial special meeting.
Pan American
Celebration
Scheduled
President J. Wayne Reitz has
proclaimed April 11-15 Pan Ameri American
can American Week. This is in connection
with the annual Pan American
Day, April 14, celebrated through throughout
out throughout the hemisphere to strengthen
ties.
On Sunday, April 9, the Pan
American Queen contest sponsor sponsored
ed sponsored by the International Students
Organization and the Nicaraguan
Students will be held from 7:30-
10:00 p.m. in the Social Room,
Florida Union.
On Wednesday, April 12, in the
Plaza De Las Americas will be a
Twilight Concert by the Univer University
sity University of Florida Symphonic Band
under the direction of Richard
Bowles from 6:45-7:30 p.m.
On Friday, April 14, 4:00-5:30
p.m. there will be a reception for
students and faculty sponsored by
the School of Inter-American Stud Studies
ies Studies in the Johnson Lounge, Florida
Union.
Pan American Day exhibits will
be in the main library.

UF Communication Week
To Host Noted Speakers

The third annual Communica Communications
tions Communications Week of the School of
Journalism and Communications
will be held April 24-28 in the Stu Student
dent Student Service Center.
"Purpose of the Week is to
familiarize students with the var various
ious various means of communication, the
printed media, the broadcast me media,
dia, media, and the field of public re relations,"
lations," relations," said Audrey Tittle, pub publicity
licity publicity director.
Week-Long Program
The five-day program will fea feature
ture feature a "day" for each of the de departments
partments departments of the school. Monday
will be Broadcasting Day, follow followed
ed followed by Advertising, Public Rela Relations,
tions, Relations, Photo Journalism and News Newspaper
paper Newspaper Days.
Speakers from all over the coun country
try country will take part in the pro programs.
grams. programs. NBC newsman Morgan
Beaty, Richard Hottelet, U. N.
correspondent for CBS and George
Graham, Executive vice-president

Tim ¥M4m AWffr, Prtdey, April 7, 1961

Charges had beer placed by a
faction known as the Internation International
al International Front against Megias, Nancy
Call, elected recording secretary,'
and John Young, who won the
vice presidential position.
Sabodh Krishnan Garg and
Harpal Singh Maur, representing
the Front, stated that Megias had
not served on the 1.5.0. executive
board for two semesters prior to
his candidacy as the groups con constitution
stitution constitution requires.
Luis Gomez, outgoing president
of the 1.5.0. and chairman of the
committee, stated that he had in investigated
vestigated investigated the case and found
that Megias was an active mem member
ber member of the organization during
1958-1959 and had held an execu executive
tive executive post at that time.
The group has no written rec records
ords records of the period mentioned but
Harlo von Wold, who wag then
president, confirmed Megias
membership and said that he had
held the executive post of home homecoming
coming homecoming chairman.
Youngs election was opposed

Nicaraguan Visit to Await
ISO's Pan American Queen

Flying down to Nicaragua will
be the prize winner of one of
sixteen entrants in the Pan Am American
erican American Queen Contest, highlight highlighting
ing highlighting the International Week Dance
April 14.
The dance, to be held in the
Hub, is open to the campus.
El Chivo, a Latin band, will
"break in" during intermissions
from Bill Byers Band.
The Pan American queen will

and general manager of NBC ra radio
dio radio will be highlighted speakers
for Broadcast Day.
Editorial writing will be empha emphasized
sized emphasized on Newspaper Day. George
V. Allen, career diplomat and for former
mer former director of the U. S. Informa Information
tion Information Service, heads the list of
Public Relations Day speakers.
Ad Men to Speak
Matthew J. Culligan, executive
director of Interpublic will
speak on Advertising Day. The
McCann Marschalk advertising
firm will provide most of the
other speakers.
Photo Journalism Day will fea feature
ture feature Ed Pierce, picture editor of
the Miami News.
According to planners, the
"Week" focuses national attention
on UFs journalism and communi communications
cations communications school and gives students
an opportunity to meet the lead leading
ing leading practitioners of the communi communications
cations communications industry.

by the Front on the groufigs that
he has never been a member of
the 1.5.0.
He answered the charge with
by showing a constitutional pro provision
vision provision that an active member of
any group affiliated with the
1.5.0. was eligible to run for the
vice presidential position.
Calling the Fronts action "im "immature."
mature." "immature." Young stated that he is
currently active in the German
Club. Rene Monet, spokesman for
the club corroborated the state statement.
ment. statement. The committee then ap approved
proved approved Youngs claim to the post.
The third charge was directed
against Miss Call, claiming that
she was not a regular member
of the organization. It was with withdrawn
drawn withdrawn when she exhibited a let letter
ter letter proving her membership.
The committee came to the
conclusion that if members of the
International Front persist with
their plan to take the cases to
the Honor Court, sufficient proof
had been amassed to prove that
all election qualifications and pro procedures
cedures procedures were constitutional.

be the UF representative to Ni Nicaragua,
caragua, Nicaragua, meeting various digni dignitaries,
taries, dignitaries, including the president of
Nicaragua.
"We are still seeking Interna International
tional International week speakers," said Co*
tional week speakers," said Luis
Gomez, incumbent ISO president,
in outlining the weeks agenda.
"A concert by the Gator Band
Wednesday in the Plaza of the
Americas is one of our main
plans," he said.
"Our traditional soccer game at
Fleming Field will be held Sat Saturday."
urday." Saturday."
'Fidelism' Tops
Communist Line
In Latin Affairs
Communism in Latin America
has declined since 1940 and has
been replaced by "Fidelism," a
strong nationalistic tendency
which condones authoritatian gov government,
ernment, government, according to Dr. Arthur
P. Whitaker in a lecture on "Na "Nationalism
tionalism "Nationalism in Latin America" on
March 29.
The University of Pennsylvania
professor presented a series of
three lectures under sponsorship of
the UF department of history. Dr.
Whitaker is a Rhodes Scholar
who has specialized in the field
of Latin American affairs.
He declared, "Most Latins look
with interest to Castros Cuba,
but disavow his relations with
Russia."
He also believes that the Latin
American countries tend toward
a national unity and withdrawal
from the United States.

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The first of tour twilight concerts, presented Wednesday night, The site of the performance was changed from the usual lo-
March 29 fell far short of the expected attendance. cation in the Plaza of the Americas at the request of Student
The attendance of approximately 500 did not approach the esti- Government in order to accommodate more students,
mated 1,500. Plans for another concert will be announced next week.

Wauburg A waits Whoopee

Organized whoopee will break
lose at the annual Camp Wauburg
Playday, May 6, with bathing
beauties and contests on the sche schedule
dule schedule for sun 4nd fun.
Mike Wesson, recreation chair chairman
man chairman Os the Florida Union, stated
the object of Playday as bring bringing
ing bringing together the entire student
body and all organizations in one
coordinated recreational day.
High Point
The days high point will be the
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On Campus MteSfrahan I
n-/*4/ lAuthor of *7 Was a Teen-age Dwarf, The Many
Loves of Dobie GiUis, etc.)
BOOM!
Today, foregoing levity] let us turn our keen young minds to the
No. 1 problem facing American colleges-today: the population
explosion. Only last week four people exploded in Cleveland,
Ohioone of them while carrying a plate of soup. In case youre
thinking such a thing couldnt happen anywhere but in Cleve Cleveland,
land, Cleveland, let me tell you there were also two other cases last week weeka
a weeka 45 year old man in Provo, Utah, and a 19 year old girl in
Bangor, Maineand in addition there was a near-miss in
Klamath Falls, Oregonan eight year old boy who was saved
only by the quick thinking of his cat Walter who pushed the
phone off the hook with his muzzle and dialled the department
of weights and measures. (It would perhaps have made more
sense for Walter to dial the fire department, but one can hardly
expect a cat to summon a fire engine which is followed by a
Dalmatian, can one?)
I bring up the population explosion not to alarm you,
feel certain that science will ultimately solve the problem. After
all, has not science in recent years brought us such marvels as
the transistor, the computer, the bevatron, and the Marlboro
filter? Oh, what a saga of science was the discovery of the
Marlboro filter! Ob, what a heart-rending epic of endless trial
and error, of dedication and perseverance! And, in the end, what
&triumph it was when the Marlboro scientists after years of
testing and discarding one filter material after anotheriron,
nickel, lead, tin, antimony, sponge cakefinally emerged, tired
but happy, from their laboratory, carrying in their hands the
perfect filter cigarette! What rejoicihg there was that day!
Indeed, what rejoicing there still is whenever we light a Marlboro
and settle back and enjoy that full-flavored smoke which comes
to us in soft pack or flip-top box at tobacco counters in all
fifty states and Cleveland!
Yes, science will ultimately solve the problems rising out of the
population explosion, but in the meantime the problems hang
heavy over Americas colleges. This year will bring historys
greatest rush of high school graduates. Where will we find class classrooms
rooms classrooms and teachers for this gigantic new influx?
Well sir, some say the answer is to adopt the trimester system.
This system, now in use at many colleges, eliminates summer
vacations, has three semesters per annum instead of two, and
compresses a four year course into three years.
This is good, but is it good enough? Even under the trimester
system the student has occasional days off. Moreover his nights
are utterly wasted in sleeping. Is this the kind of all-out attack
that is indicated?
I say no. I say desperate problems call for desperate reme remedies.
dies. remedies. I say that partial measures will not solve this crisis. I say
we must do no less than go to school every single day of the
year. But that is not all. I say we must go to school $4 hour*
of every day!
The benefits of such a program are, of course, obvious. First
of all, the classroom shortage will immediately disappear be because
cause because all the dormitories can be converted into classrooms.
Second, the teacher shortage will immediately disappear because
all the night watchmen can be put to work teaching calculus
and Middle English poetry. And finally, overcrowding will
immediately disappear because everyone will quit school.
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[Qmtmander? If not, by all means come aboard. Youll bo
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T|i Florida Alligator, Friday April 7, Wtl

GATOR BAND AT CONCERT

Mies Camp Wauburg contest,
bringing forth the campus cuties.
The winning girl and the organi organization
zation organization sponsoring her will be pre presented
sented presented with an engraved trophy.
Judges for the contest will be
members of the faculty as well
as representatives of the larger
campus groups.
Trophies
Team sports for men and wo women
men women will also be capped with a
trophy presentation. All organiza organizations
tions organizations are invited to form teams
Have You
Been in
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LATELY?

to compete for individual prizes
as well as the trophy.
Competition will be varied with
water jousting, a chug-a lug
struggle and a limbo contest for
the limber besides the more usual
sports.
Judo, Too
Some special entertainment will
exhibit weight-lifting, a water-ski
exhibition and a judo exhibition.
Playday hours are from 11:30
a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Free transpor transportation
tation transportation will be provided for all
students to and from Wauburg. A
shedule will be distributed through
the dorm areas with the time and
placing of pick-up points.
Library Looses
Soviet Secrets
Formerly classified Soviet eco economic
nomic economic information and phamph phamphlets
lets phamphlets are now being supplied to the
UF and six other southern univer university
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get, Budget, Recent Trends in the Eco Economy
nomy Economy of Poland and The Com Comparison
parison Comparison .of U.S. and Soviet Popu Population
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ly merely a representative sample of the
many booklets scheduled for re release
lease release by the United States Cen Central
tral Central Intelligence Agency, under Al Allen
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T eocher Jobs
'Hard To Get'
Social study majors in the Col College
lege College of Education will have a
difficult time finding jobs this
June, according to Educ ati o n
Placement Secretary Miriam C.
Williams.
Mrs. Williams, who with two as assistants
sistants assistants handles placement for
people in education, all over the
state said unless social study ma majors
jors majors have a related field of study
they can get certified in, they
may be out of a teaching job.
Mrs. Williams said the problem
developed when so many persons
majored in the field for so long
that it became saturated. The
field is composed of history, ci civics,
vics, civics, geography and related
courses.
As for placing the other June
graduates in education, Mrs. Wil Williams
liams Williams said the outlook was good.
Most of the 225 majors other
than social science can get jobs
if they want them, Mrs. Williams
said.
She said the problem with some
graduates is they limit themselves
to a particular county because of
personal reasons and thus have to
wait for openings.
Mrs. Williams said language
and math along with the first,
second, and third grades will be
the fertile areas for June gradu graduates.
ates. graduates.

UF Honor System
Is 'Flunking Test 1
Student Poll Says.

The Honor Court is not doing
its job, at least not according to
the majority of students who com completed
pleted completed questionnaires distributed
last semester.
The results of the questionnaire
were announced Wednesday by
Dave Stanley, former court clerk.
Overtook Cheaters
Many students felt it was none
of their business when they saw
someone cheating. Forty-one out
of 400 admitted that they had
cheated on UF exams.
Most of the students felt that
the pledge at the end of the test
was not a test upon the students
honor.
The vast majority would not
turn in a friend if they saw him
cheating.
Receive Recommendations
Many recommendations were
received, including recommenda recommendations
tions recommendations for the distribution of litera literature
ture literature on the Honor Court to in incoming
coming incoming students, for the forma formation
tion formation of a speakers bureau whose
function would be to speak be before
fore before student and faculty groups
about the workings of the Honor
Court System.
Other recommendations includ included
ed included extending the scope of the ori orientation
entation orientation program, the initiation of
inter-school correspondence, and
explanation of the many roles of
the Honor Court through the Al Alligator.
ligator. Alligator.
Response 50 Per Cent
Os the 4,000 questionnaires dis distributed,
tributed, distributed, 2.000 were returned.
Engineers Test
Bay Coast Model
In Observation
Sarasota Bay in miniature is
ready to be tested by the Coastal
Engineering Laboratory in the
form of a hydraulic model, ac according
cording according to James Purpura, assist assistant
ant assistant research engineer.
The model is being used to test
the effect of land fills and ob observe
serve observe navigation experiments on
Sarasota Bay and offshore
islands.
Eight months of construction
went into the 150 foot model at
a cost of $65,000, financed by th e
Arvido Realty Company, the city
of Sarasota, the county commis commission
sion commission and Longboat Key.
Made of cement and crushed
limerock, the model is built to a
horizontal scale of one foot to 600
feet, and a vertical scale of one
foot to fifty feet.
A time scale of 60 hours in the
field to thirty-five minutes on the
model is used to calibrate tidal
action within the bay. Velocities
are scaled to one-seventh of the
field.
The Sarasota Bay model, locat located
ed located at the laboratory headquar headquarters,
ters, headquarters, east of P.K. Yonge school
is one of four under observation.
Dr. Per Brunn, head of the lab laboratory,
oratory, laboratory, envisions a series of
models of the Florida west coast,
extending above St. Petersburg
in the future.
Symphony Orchestra
In Concert Tuesday
The University Symphony Or Orchestra
chestra Orchestra will present a concert on
Tuesday, April 11, at 8:15 in the
University Auditorium.
Featured performer will be Le Leonidas
onidas Leonidas Sarakatsannis, pianist, who
will perform Gershwins Concer Concerto
to Concerto in F for Piano and Orches Orchestra.
tra. Orchestra. Also included in the program
will be symphony No. 2 in D
Major by Beethoven and Ov Overture
erture Overture and Allegro by Couperin-
Milhaud.
The performance will be con conducted
ducted conducted by Edward Troupin.
Choristers to Combine
UF choristers will combine
their efforts tonight when they
present a festival concert at the
University Auditorium at 8:15 p.
m.
The Womens Glee Club, the
Mens Glee Club and the Univer University
sity University Choir are scheduled to per perform.
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Four hundred were selected at
random and scored. Thus the per percentage
centage percentage of the student body test tested
ed tested was 3.33 per cent.
The purpose of the question questionnaire
naire questionnaire was to evaluate the effect effectiveness
iveness effectiveness of the program, obtain the
opinion of the student body as to
its effectiveness, and to receive
recommendations for improving
the system.
Stanley extended thanks for
help received to the new Chair Chairman
man Chairman of the Honor Court Surveys
Committee, and to the commit committee
tee committee members who rendered valu valuable
able valuable assistance.
12 Entries
In Sigma Chi
Beauty Contest
Twelve lovely Florida lasses
journey to Ocalas Silver Springs
tomorrow for judging in the Sig Sigma
ma Sigma Chi Derby beauty contest.
The winner and runners-up will
be announced next Saturday night
at a Derby dance: Points will be
awarded to each girls sorority
toward an overall trophy.
The girls will be treated by the
management of the Springs to all
the attractions of the Springs and
a luncheon. Sigma Chi Derby it itself
self itself will consist of a parade and
field events next Saturday after afternoon
noon afternoon followed by an open house
that night and the queen awards.
Trophy awards for all events will
be carried over the air by sta station
tion station WGGG that night at 9 p.m.
Candidates entered in the beau beauty
ty beauty contest are: Cleste Sanchez,
Alpha Chi Omega; Nan White Whitebrook,
brook, Whitebrook, Alpha Epsilon Phi; Shirley
Queen, Zeta Tau Alpha; Marg
Kuhl, Kappa Delta; Priscilla San Sanborn,
born, Sanborn, Alpha Delta Pi; Carol
Erickson, Delta Delta Delta;
Joan Bleyer, Chi Omega; Gayle
Gleckler, Delta Gamma; Janet
Ruth Carlton, Alpha Omicron Pi;
Judy Marvin, Phi Mu; Elinor
Wishnatzki, Delta Phi Epsilon,
and Joan Caraway, Sigma Kap Kappa.
pa. Kappa.
Bullock's Assistant
Attends Latin Confab
Harvey Sharon, administrative
assistant for Student Body Presi President
dent President Brack Bullock, is attending
the Fourth Conference on Interna International
tional International Affairs at Auburn this
weekend.
The conference, dealing general generally
ly generally with Latin America, will con concentrate
centrate concentrate on Mexico and its pre present
sent present world position.
Representatives are attend i n g
from major universities primarily
from the Western hemisphere.
Sharon left campus Wednesday
and is expected to return Mon Monday.
day. Monday.

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to get some idea of what a good
beard should look like. Sandy

UF Beavers Contend
Al Woodchopper Ball

Forestry students from 10
Southern colleges will match
their skills in log rolling, log
chopping and knife throwing dur during
ing during the 4th Annual Association of
Southern Forestry Clubs Conclave
Saturday at Camp Blanding.
Over 200 foresters are expected
to participate with the UF acting
as host school.
Key Speaker
Dr. Willard M. Fifield, provost
for agriculture, will be key
Frosh Socialize
Again for Finale
For the first time since Orien Orientation
tation Orientation the Freshman class of
1960 will gather to dance, socia socialize
lize socialize and eat. The eventful night
will be Friday, April 7, the time
8:30-12:30 p.m., and the place up upstairs
stairs upstairs in the Hub.
This gathering of the clan is
being sponsored by the Freshman
Council and has been in the of offering
fering offering since the beginning of last
semester.
Dress is casual and dates are
optional. Every freshman is in invited
vited invited to drop in and socialize and
enjoy the band and refreshments.
Admission is free.

has been named Queen of the
Fourth Annual Conclave of the
Association of Southern Forestry
Clubs and as her main duty she
will be the judge of the Son-of-
Paul beard contest.

speaker at the groups banquet
Saturday night.
Conclave Queen Sandy Jo Bry Bryant
ant Bryant will present awards at the
banquet for contests earlier in the
day.
A performance by the Singing
Sweethearts tonight will kick off
the weekends activities.
Early Start
Saturdays events will begin at
8 a.m. with timber estimation
and pole classification. Other con contests
tests contests include chain throwing, axe
throwing, pole climbing, beard
contest, bow sawing, crosscut
sawing, pole felling and log bill billing.
ing. billing.
Other schools participating in inelude
elude inelude Auburn, Arkansas A & M,
University of Georgia, Louisiania
State University, Mississippi State
University,--North Carolina State,
Oklahoma State, Clemson and
Stephen F. Austin State College
of Texas.
Morse Heads
Tommy Morse, UF forestry sen senior,
ior, senior, is general chairman for the
conclave.
The school garnering the great greatest
est greatest number of points will win a
prize. In the past the award has
gone twice to the University of
Georgia and once to Arkansas A
& M.



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celebration. In Photo are John
McDaniel, Jacksonville, Bill
Young, Tampa; and Ed War Warwick,
wick, Warwick, St Petersburg.

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ANNUAL SECESSION

KA's Turn Clock Back
100 Years This Weekend

Getting a head start on the Civil
War Centennial by a week, Beta
Zeta chapter of Kappa Alpha will
hold its annual three-day return
to Old Southern Style living this

weekend.
Plantation Ball, which originat originated
ed originated at the UF and spread to near nearly
ly nearly all the fraternitys 80 other
chapters, is a turning back of the
clock to a day gone by.
The invitations to the ball were
delivered by uniformed Oonfer Oonferate
ate Oonferate officers on horseback Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday afternoon to the sorority
houses and girls dorms. Out-of Out-oftown
town Out-oftown dates received theirs by the
usual U. S. Mail method, and not
by pony express.
To clear the way of the worst
wrongdoer of them all, a detach detachment
ment detachment of KA troops assassinated
General Sherman on the stage of
the Florida Theatre Thursday
night.
This afternoon at three, a Par Parade
ade Parade of Southern Strength will
march down University Avenue
featuring Southern belles, Con Confederate
federate Confederate officers mounted on
horseback, a Dixieland jazz band,
and the KAs cannon, Big Bertha.
The parade will end at the Kap Kappa
pa Kappa Alpha Mansion where Com Commanding
manding Commanding General Merrel Stainton
will proclaim Fort Kappa Alpha
a free and sovereign state, de devoted
voted devoted to three days of revelry and

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merrymaking in the Old Southern
style.
Following the secession cere ceremonies,
monies, ceremonies, KAs and their dates will
eat a supper of cold coon and
collards and, later in the evening,
dress their parts for the Share Sharecroppers
croppers Sharecroppers Stomp.
Jacksonville is the destination
for the secessionists Saturday
with a Southern fried chicken din dinner
ner dinner slated for noon at the Ribu<
Country Club in Jacksonville and
a swimming party that afternoon.
The formal Plantation Ball,
complete with Confederate uni uniforms,
forms, uniforms, Southern Gentlemens out outfits,
fits, outfits, and long flowing gowns, will
be an event of Saturday night at
Jacksonvilles Florida Yacht Club.
Sunday the belles and gents re return
turn return to Gainesville for a whisker
cutting brunch gack at the Man Mansion.
sion. Mansion. At this time each girl
shaves her escorts beard which
is the traditional swan song for
the festivities.
After General Robert E. Lees
farewell address is read, Fort
Kappa Alpha quietly returns to
the Union, promising to rise again
next year.

Movie: Operation Petticoat*
in South Hall recreation room at
8 p.m.
SATURDAY, APRIL 8: Movie:
Carmen Jones* in the FU Audi Auditorium
torium Auditorium at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m.
F.U. Street Dance: Union Drive
at 8 p.m.
Baseball: UF versus U. of Tenn.
at 2 p.m. at Perry Field.
SUNDAY, APRIL 9: C*s special
movie: Oedipus Rex in the FU
Auditorium at 2 p.m., 7 p.m., and
9 p.m.
Pan Am Queen Contest in FU
Social Room at 7:30 p.m.
MONDAY, APRIL 10: Interna International
tional International Week begins.
Faculty Lecture: R. L. Johns
will speak on Economics of Ed Education
ucation Education in law courtroom at 8
p.m.
Prof Publishes Article
Dr. Henry F. Hrubecky, Asso Associate
ciate Associate professor of Engineering
Mechanics at the University of
Florida, has published an ar article
ticle article in a recent issue of Aero Aerospace
space Aerospace Engineering.
Entitled Free Turbine Systems
in Rotary Wing Aircraft, the ar article
ticle article proposes possible plant sys systems
tems systems for rotary wing aircraft of
the future.

CENTER NEWS

Roarin' 20's,
'Shribe' Show
Top Talking
By PHYLLIS SMITH
Gator Staff Writer
This week the religious centers
are featuring a movie, a chance
to act and some intellectual-toned
lectures and discussions.
PRESBYTERIAN STUDENT
CENTER: The Shribe," a film
which probes the depths of psy psychological
chological psychological destruction in the ma material
terial material relationships, features June
Allyson and Jose Ferre. The Mov Movie
ie Movie will begin at 5 p.m. and will be
followed by supper and a discus discussion
sion discussion at 6:30 p.m.
Vespers will be held at the cen center
ter center on Tuesday and Thursday at
9:45 p.m.
CATHOLIC STUDENT CENTER:
Dancing, Prizes, Pizza all will
be offered at the Roaring Twen Twenties
ties Twenties Party being held at the cen center
ter center on April 7 at 8:30 p.m. Every Everyone
one Everyone dress in the style of the era.
Admission is free.
Nominations for officers will be
made at a meeting held on April
9, beginning at 7:30 p.m.
Father Bernard Me Tadden will
be speaking on Obsenity and
Censorship" at 7 p.m. on April
10.
EPISCOPAL STUDENT CEN CENTER:
TER: CENTER: The Drama Group has be begun
gun begun reading and casting its sec second
ond second and final play of the semes semester,
ter, semester, "Grab and Grace" by
Charles Williams. You are in invited
vited invited to join the Group Thursday
nights at 8 in Weed Hall.
Those attending the Commis Commissions
sions Commissions Conference at OLena State
Park are asked to meet at
Weed Hall at 5 p.m. tonight.
BAPTIST STUDENT CENTER:
Vespers will be held at the center
every Tuesday and Thursday at
5:30 p.m.
British Physicist
Visiting Lecturer
Dr. Oliver Heavens, British
physicist and expert in optics
from the University of London,
will serve as a visiting lecturer
today through Tuesday.
He will visit under the auspices
of the American Association of
Physics Teachers and the Ameri American
can American Institute of Physics as part
of a broad, nationwide. program
to stimulate interest in physics.
The program i s supported by the
National Science Foundation.
Lectures, informal discussion,
assistance to faculty members
concerning curriculum and re research
search research problems in physics, and
talks with students will feature
Dr. Heavens' visit. Dr. Stanley S.
Ballard, chairman of the Florida
Department of Physics is in
charge of arrangements for Pro Professor
fessor Professor Heavens visit.
Fla AAUP Puts
Block in Office
UF associate professor of Chem Chemical
ical Chemical Engineering, Dr. S. S. Block
was elected President of the
Florida Conference of the Ameri American
can American Association of University
Professors at a recent confer conference
ence conference in Tampa.
Meanwhile, another UF pro professor
fessor professor Vynce A. Hines was nam named
ed named to the Executive Council.
Dr. Fred Hartmann, University
of Florida professor of political
science, headed a panel discus discussion
sion discussion "Problems Facing the
State Universities".
Hie State Conference of Flor Florida
ida Florida Professors was formed as a
means of communication be between
tween between the Florida chapters of
the American Association of Uni University
versity University Professors, an organiza organization
tion organization of more than 42,000 univer university
sity university professors in U. S.

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SOCIALLY SPEAKING

Fiji Islanders, 'Gentle Rebels
Run Rampart at Annual Capers

By JUDY LYNN PRINCE
Gator Staff Writer
Fraternity parties will be hop hopping
ping hopping this week-end from the
South Sea Islands to the old Plan Plantation
tation Plantation South.
Wednesday the girls were again
visited by the Fiji Islanders to
receive their decorated bone-invi bone-invitatioikj
tatioikj bone-invitatioikj to Fiji Weekend. To begin
the events, the PM Gams will
make their annual trek to the
Brahma Restaurant in Ocala for
the Black Diamond Ball and Ban Banquet.
quet. Banquet.
At this time the Sweetheart of
Phi Gamma Delta and her court
of four will be announced.
An indoor waterfall and bridged
pool will highlight the tropical
island setting for the Luau din dinner
ner dinner and dance.
Costumes for the event will be
grass skirts for the men with
vests of matching material to
their dates sarongs. Upon enter entering
ing entering the bamboo village each cou couple
ple couple will be decorated with col colored
ored colored leis. The evening will be cli climaxed
maxed climaxed by a purple garter cere ceremony.
mony. ceremony. Music for both the formal
and exotic events will be provid provided
ed provided by the Pyramids.
Plantation Ball
The KAs in uniforms on horse horseback
back horseback Wednesday delivered invi invitations
tations invitations to the girls in the sorori sororities
ties sororities and dorms. On Thursday the
Florida Theater held the assassi assassination
nation assassination of General Sherman. After Afterwards
wards Afterwards a Bachelor Party was held
at their house. The Southern Gen Gentlemen
tlemen Gentlemen will hold the grand-parade
down University Ave., Friday at
3.
The KAs will secede from
the Union this afternoon after
the formal Secession Proclama Proclamation.
tion. Proclamation. This evening the Peachtree
Palace will be converted into a
barn for the Sharecroppers
Stomp with guests in strawhats
and overalls.
Moving to Jacksonville on Sat Saturday
urday Saturday morning the Southern Gen Gentlemen
tlemen Gentlemen will hold an all day swim
and picnic at the Ribault Coun Country
try Country Club. That evening the Flori Florida
da Florida Yacht Club will be the host
for the formal banquet and Plan Plantation
tation Plantation Ball.
Sunday afternoon the KAs re return
turn return to their Palace for the Whis Whisker
ker Whisker Cutting Brunch when the
girls will shave their dates
beards.
Greek Conferences
Zeta Tau Alpha will act as hos hostess
tess hostess for the annual Zeta Work Workshop
shop Workshop to be held here this year
on April 7,8, and 9. Chapters
from the state of Florida will be
present and participate in this
workshop.
Phi Kappa Tau is toe host for
the Southern Domain Conference
this week-end, which will in include
clude include chapters from Miami,
F.S.U., Mississippi Southern,
Mississippi State, Auburn, Geor Georgia,
gia, Georgia, and Georgia Tech. The con conference
ference conference will be held Saturday,
climaxed with a patio Bar-B-
Que that afternoon and a party
that night in honor of toe dele delegates.
gates. delegates. The Rakers will pla
The ATOs recently inst
new chapter offeers who are as
follows: Worthy Master, Ken Ken Kennedy;
nedy; Kennedy; Worthy Chaplain, Norman
Toy; and Worthy Keeper of the
Exchequer, John Thomas.
Brother Charlie Pillans recent recently
ly recently received the Outstanding Stu Student
dent Student Leadership award tor 1960-61
at the Gator Gras Leadershp
Banquet.
Friday evening the Taus will
beer socialize with the Chi Ome Omegas.
gas. Omegas.
Hie "Florida Festival" will be
held this week-end at the Hieta
Chi house. All the Florida chap chapters
ters chapters will send representatives for
a series of forums concerning The Theta
ta Theta Chi house. All the Florida chap chapters
ters chapters will send representatives for
a series of forums concerning
Theta Chi fraternities in Florida.

Tha Florida Alligator, Friday, April 7, IHI

A dance will be held Saturday
night
Socials
Alpha Chi omegas and Sigma
Nus will socialize tonight.
The Kappa Sigs and toe
ADPis will have a shrimp so social
cial social and dance tonight Satur Saturday
day Saturday night toe Kappa Sigs are
having a "Rest up and Recov Recovery

IN THE DARK

The Movies This Week?
All Impossible Situations:

Just about every impossible sit situation
uation situation imaginable will be dis displayed
played displayed on Gainesville screens this
week.
The Florida is now featuring
"The Absent-Minded Professor."
It tells of a college science
teacher who cant seem to re remember
member remember anything. As a matter of
fact, hes missed his own wedding
three times.
While hi 3 increasingly impatient
bride-to-be lolls around the altar,
the brilliant bubblehead happens
to invent a substance which re refuses
fuses refuses to obey gravity.
Ford Flies
The situations occurring when
the prof uses the substance, call called
ed called "flubber," in place of the en engine
gine engine in his Model-T and when he
coats the soles of his shoes with
the stuff are predictibly ridiculous.
Fred Mac Murray stars as the
professor and is assisted by
Nancy Olson, Tommy Kirk, and
Keenan Wynn.
"The Private Lives of Adam
and Eve and "Shakedown" are
now at the State.
In "Adam and Eve" a group of
people are taking a bus ride to
Reno and somehow end up in the
Garden of Eden.
Mickey's Mephlstopholes
From then on, everything pretty
wall follows the old story, with
Mickey Rooney playing Devil,
Marty Milner acting the part of
Adam, and Mamie Van Doren por portraying
traying portraying Eve.
Theres supposed to be a great
moral to the whole business.
"Shakedown" is about a phony
photo racket in which young girls
are lured into dastardly traps by
vicious racketeers. The whole
things full of vice and sounds
like it might be lost of fun.
The stars are Terence Morgan,
Hazel Court, and Donald Peas Peasance.
ance. Peasance.
"Carmen Jones, the late Oscar
Hammersteins modern musical
version of the famed operatic
"Carmen" come to the Florida
Union screen this weekend.
Harry Belafonte, Pearl Bailey
and Dorothy Dandridge share
singing honors in the cinema cinemascope,
scope, cinemascope, color movie.
Beginning Sunday the State will
present "Gold Rush and "Triple
Deception."
Chaplin Classic
"Gold Rush" is a new release
of one of Charles Chaplins
classics.
This is the one in which he e&ts
his shoe, and Its supposed to

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festivities ever Easter.
The ADPis had a retreatJ&un retreatJ&unday
day retreatJ&unday at Cajnp Montgomery.The
Rev. Lacy Harwell spoke t&Jhe
girls and led discussion. JUDPi
beauties are Gloria Swape on the
Sigma Chi Court and Bev Preng
and Linda Stafford on the PIKA
Court

be some kind of great mofljbnt
in theatrical history.
are Mark Swain,
Tom Murray, and Henry Berg Bergman.
man. Bergman.
"Triple Deception is the old
look-alike plot with a few new
angles.
An innocent man poses a* a
gangster and becomes entangled
in a mess of counterfeiting and
smuggling.
The stars are Michael Craig,
Julia Arnall, and Barbara Bates.
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Friday
"CARNIVAL STORY"
Anne Baxter
"PRIME TIME"
Saturday
"WALK THE
PROUD LAND"
Audi* Murphy
"HAPPY
ANNIVERSARY"
David Niven
"JUMPIN' JACKS?
Martin 6 Lewis
Sunday Monday, ~
Tuesday
"WACKIEST SHIP
IN THE ARMY"
Jack Lemmon
"BECAUSE
THEY'R'E YOUNG"
Dick Clork
Wednesday
"THE BRAVADOS"
Gregory Peek
"WILD RIVER"
Montgomery Clift
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Thursday, Friday
"BRAMBLE BUSH"
Richard Burton
"A SUMMER PLACE"
Sandro Doe

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Page 8

Gator Nine Hosts Tennessee

Gator baseball fans will get a chance to glimpse
their road-weary stickmen in a two game senes
this weekend before coach Dave Fullers chargers
once again take to the road.
The Gators returned home Wednesday to find
that home isnt always the best place to be as they
lost the first contest of a two-game set to Kentucky,
8-1.
TIMELY HITTING ON THE PART of the Wild Wildcats
cats Wildcats and a leaky Gator defense combined with a
four hit pitching effort by Cat hurler Charlie Lloyd
gave Kentucky the victory. Wednesdays defeat
gave the Gators a 3-4 conference mark.
Earlier in the week the Gators took part in the
FSIT baseball tournament at Tallahassee. They met
the Seminoles twice, taking the first game 3-2 and
losing the second, 8-5. They also defeated Western
Michigan University 7-6.
IN THEIR LAST SEC conference series, the Ga Gators
tors Gators split a twin-bill with the Georgia Bulldogs in
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action against KA. Teammate Steve Katz looks on.
BEARD DOES TOO
Golfers Take Third
In Houston Invitational

Houston University, defending
NCAA golf champions, used their
home course to good advantage
and took most of the honors in
the Houston Invita t i o n a 1 Golf
Tournament, March 28 April 1.
The Gator Golf team turned in
a fine performance against many
of the nations top golf teams, and
finished sixth over all and fourth
in medal play.
HOUSTON AND TEXAS A&M
tied for medal honors with 1,206
strokes each, but Houston won in
a playoff. North Texas State was
third, followed by the UF team
which had a total of 1,227 strokes
in the four day tournament.
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LOSE TWO OIMHNG WEEK

pion, champion, finished third in the indivi individual
dual individual championship with a total of
294 strokes, Homero Blancas of
Houston was first with 291, while
Dicky Duble of Texas A&M was
second with 293.
OTHER GATORS WITH low
scores were Phil Leckey with
309, Harry Root with 310, and
Marlin Vogt with 314.
The Gators return to dual meet
competition this Saturday, April
8, when they face Florida State
in Tallahassee. The Gators have
won all six of their dual meets
this season. They return to tour tournament
nament tournament play in May for the
SEC championship in Athens,
Georgia.

Athens.
The Bulldogs took the opener, scheduled for sev seven
en seven innings, 3-2, as they pushed across a run in the
bottom of the ninth. Relief pitcher Ricky Smith
walked Benny Cheek, who moved to second on a
sacrifice and scored on Jim Rogers single.
THEY HAD TIED the score in the bottom of the
seventh on a walk, a passed ball, and a hit by Tom
Vandiver. Smith was the loser while W. L. Hall was
the winning pitcher. Captain Dale Landress had
three hits for the Gators in the opener.
The Gators came back in the second game to
score three runs in the third inning. Bob Shiver
drove in one with a double, and a single by Len
Scheinloft drove in Shiver and Bill Sullivan.
THE BULLDOGS CAME BACK to tie the game
in the bottom of the fourth on homers by Ronnie
Braddock and Rogers. The Gators regained the
lead on single runs in the fifth and sixth innings.
Landress and Schienloft both scored on infield outs.
Trailing 5-3, Georgia threatened to tie the game
in the seventh. Jerry Templetons single scored
Vandiver from third, but when Cheek tried to come
home from second he was thrown out by outfielder
Sullivan to catcher Paul Booher.
MURAL MUSE
Pi Kappa Phi Wins Blue
League Handball Title
By MIKE GORA
Gator Mural Editor
Pi Kappa Phi defeated Lambda Chi Alpha in the
Blue League handball championship match to move
ahead of Phi Gamma Delta in the race for Blue League
honors.

Outstanding for the champs
were Wally Sheltz, Elliot James,
Don Silkebakken, and Harry
Fries. The Phi Kaps had posted
wins over Delta Sigma Phi and
the Fijis to move into the final
round. The Lambda Chis had
beaten Delta Upsilon, and Phi
Epsilon Pi on their way to the
showdown match.
TEP Romps
In the Orange a first round vic victory
tory victory over Pi Lambda Phi and a
second round romp over Kappa
Alpha has defending champion
Tau Epsilon Phi well on their
way to collecting the handball
trophy for the third time in as
many years.
Stalwarts in the TEP attack
were Jerome Ross, Andy Kron Kronstadt
stadt Kronstadt and Howie Rosen.
Dark Horse
Delta Tau has come on
as the dark horse in Orange
handball with wins over Alpha
Epsilon Pi and Sigma Chi.
Tuesday, the Delts will play the
winner of the Monday match be between
tween between Sigma Nu and Sigma Al Alpha
pha Alpha Epsilon while the TEPs play
the winner of the Pi Kappa
Alpha-Phi Kappa Tau contest.

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Netters Risk
Win Streak
Against Miami
The UF Tennis team will lay
its 22 game win streak on the
line this Saturday in Miami, as
the Gators face their toughest foe
o' season, the Miami Hurri Hurricanes.
canes. Hurricanes.
THE 'CANES ARE beaten also,
but in 80 matches. Their last
loss was in 1957 and ended
a string of 73 straight wins.
They were the last team to de defeat
feat defeat the Gators.
Top stars for Miami include
John Skogstad, number one play player
er player last year, John Karabasz, a
sophomore who is expected to
take over Skogstads position, and
Bob Bossing, undefeated in 32
singles and doubles matches last
season.
THE GATORS GAINED their
latest wins on a holiday trip
through Georgia last Friday and
Saturday. They defeated Georgia
Tech on Friday, 6-0, with dark darkness
ness darkness cancelling the three dou doubles
bles doubles matches. Georgia fell, 6-3,
the next day.
Jim Shaffer, Bill Tym, Morrill
Hay, and Art Shurloff all posted
two singles wins each on the trip.
In addition, they combined to post
doubles wins over Georgia Tech.
Mike Culliname and Walter Ma Mabane
bane Mabane won their singles games
against Georgia.
Livingston Places
Jerry Livingston, freshman tan tanker,
ker, tanker, finished fourteenth in a
field of 104 in the 100 yard but butterfly,
terfly, butterfly, at the National AAU meet,
held at New Haven, Connecticut
last Saturday.

IN ANNUAL CHARITY GAME

Snakes Tangle with PDT

Sigma Nu will be-going after
it* third straight victory in the
Annual J. Hillis Miller Charity
football game Saturday afternoon
at Florida Field.
All proceeds of the game will
be donated to the J- Hillis Mil Miller
ler Miller Scholarship Foundation.
Everyone in the stadium will
be required to buy tickets' includ including
ing including the cheerleaders and the

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OPPONENTS DON'T MAKE MUCH HAY
. .Against MorriPs backhand. Hay is an SEC sin singles
gles singles champion in No. 6 division. He is currently play playing
ing playing in the No. 3 spot.
Sterling Dupree Is UF Recruiter
A new member of the Florida coaching staff was added last
weekend with the addition of Sterling Dupree as a recruiter.
A successful coach and player In the Southeastern Conference,
Dupree is well acquainted with the type of football and football
player that builds winning teams and traditions.
Dupree will be in charge of coordinating the overall recruiting
at the UF and will meet prospects Individually in an effort to sign
them.

players themselves, said Mont
Trainer, returning Sigma Nu.
THE DUCATS COST 25 cents
and can be purchased from any
Sigma Nu or Phi Delt. Sorority
girls are also selling tickets in
hopes of winning the trophy for
most sales. Last year Kappa Del Delta
ta Delta won the trophy.
The Sigma Nug hold a 14-10
edge in the series which began

in 1925. There have been B tie*.
THE SNAKES, COACBED BY
FORMER Gator Bemie Parrish,
will use a modified double wing
offense similar to that of the pro
Cleveland Browns. Fans can ex expect
pect expect to see plenty of short pass passing
ing passing as well as power running on
the part of the Snakes.
Gayle Darville, Snake quarter quarterback
back quarterback who starred in last years
19-0 victory, will once again be
at the helm. Other returnees in include
clude include guard Trainer, fullback Bud
Lazenby, and Guard Kenny Smith.
Assisting Parrish with the
coaching chores are Gators Lar Larry
ry Larry Travis, Larry Libertore, and
Tom Batten.
THE PHI DELTS ALSO have
Gator footballers as coaches.
Head coach Vic Miranda will
employ the same Gator offense
that took Florida to the Gator
Bowl Championship.
Halfbacks will be spliting in into
to into the slots and the ends will
flank wide. This type of offense
leads to more passing and open
football. Miranda has stuck main mainly
ly mainly with the linemen during prac practices
tices practices while another former Gator,
Bob Milby, has tutered the back backfield.
field. backfield.
Mainstays and returnees in the
PDT line up include Ed Seay,
Dusty Rhodes and Terry Young Youngblood.
blood. Youngblood.
Thinclads Seek
Win Over Tech
The Gator Track team will take
part in its second dual meet of
the season when it travels to At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta on Saturday to meet the
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets.
The Gators met Duke just be before
fore before Easter vacation and lost 71-
55. Their only other appearance
came in the Florida Relays in
Gainesville.