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Volume 53, No. 44

Abolition Film
Union Showing
Causes Furor
Movie on Student Riots
Aired in Florida Union
, By CHUCK BROWARD
Gator Staff Writer
Operation Abolition, the controversial film of the
May, 1960 student demonstrations against the House
Un-American Activities Committee hearings in San
Francisco has raised a small furor of its own on this
campus.
The film, presented Thursday night in Florida Union
Auditorium by the Student Conservative Club, caused
several isolated incidents among the students present at
the showing.

A small group of hecklers sat
In the back of the auditorium
shouting out slogans and other
remarks, but these were usually
countered or just ignored by the
rest of the audience.
: Operation Abolition was pro produced
duced produced under the auspices of the
House Un-American Activities
Committee. It attempts to prove
that the student demonstrations
and riots were Communist inspir inspired
ed inspired and organized.
Highly Criticized
The film has been ctitieized by
many religious and national or organizations
ganizations organizations due to the extensive
editing and distortion of the se sequences
quences sequences which all tend to exag exaggerate
gerate exaggerate the Communist influence
and control of the students involv involved
ed involved in the riots.
Opposition to the film on this
campus came from several indi individuals
viduals individuals and small groups who
felt a complete story of the film
had to be presented.
Errors Summarized
R. R. Sterling, an Economics
Department faculty member, dis distributed
tributed distributed a reprint from the Con Concessional
cessional Concessional Record which summar summarized
ized summarized several of the more obvious
distortions in the, film which at attempt
tempt attempt to link ac action
tion action to that of the students.
Father Edward Berckman, as associate
sociate associate director of the Episcopal
Student Center, explained .that
others felt the film was a parti parti
parti
EX-GOV. TO SPEAK
The Student Conservative Club
will also present former Florida
governor Millard Caldwell April
lg, at 7 p.m., in the Law Audi Auditorium.
torium. Auditorium. Caldwell will discuss
The Young Conservative In a
Socialist World.*
KATs To Come
As Thirteenth
Panhel Chapter
Thirteen may be an unlucky
number, but not to Kappa Alpha
Theta sorority, which will be the
thirteenth addition to the tJF
Panhellenic group in the fall of
1961.
Need for a new sorority group
wag. voiced by Dean of Women
Marna Brady in a letter to Pres President
ident President J. Wayne Reitz: The
number of women students attend attending
ing attending the University. .indicated
that it was time to consider an another
other another strong sorority group .
this September.
Eleven Contacted
Eleven national sororities were
then contacted. After considera consideration
tion consideration by the committee of student
organizations and social activities
KAT was invited to join the soro sorority
rity sorority system on the UF campus.
For one year the sorority will
be a colony of an established
chapter on another campus. Dur During
ing During this time the mother chap chapter
ter chapter will help organize and estab establish
lish establish the sorority on this campus.
Alumnae Called
Dean Brady has requested that
all alumnae of KAT on the Uni University
versity University campus please contact
her a X the Dean of Womens of office
fice office immediately.
Kappa Alpha Theta has 85 ac active
tive active chapters throughout the na nation
tion nation and has over 56,000 mem members.
bers. members. presently, the two chapters
in the state of Florida are locat located
ed located on the campuses of FSU and
Rollins College.
Local Bi-Rociol Group
Elects Prof Hood
*UF professor of marketing,
Dr. Ralph Thompson, was elected
Sunday to head up Gainesvilles
bi-raeial Council on Human Re Relations
lations Relations for the coming year.
The primary goal of the Coun Council
cil Council is the promotion of equal op opportunities
portunities opportunities for members of all
rgcea.
Thompson succeeds outgoing
president Robert Potter, an as assistant
sistant assistant professor In the 3 College
of Education. The new president
tfcM office in May.

san comment on its own and the
complete story of the film
should be known.
Facts Exposed'
Excerpts from Lets Look at
the Facts, an investigation of
the film by Methodist minister
William Moon, was distribute d
by several individuals from the
Presbyterian University Center.
The sheets distributed by Fath Father
er Father Berckman and the individuals
from the Presbyterian University
Center both attempt to show
the flagrant distortion in the
film which tends to give an im impression
pression impression of mob action and defi defiance
ance defiance by the college students in involved.
volved. involved.
Issues Debated
Charles Mayo, secretary of the
Student Conservative Club, said,
The film was being shown to
stimulate interest in the idea that
it should be a matter of vital im importance
portance importance whether or not the is issues
sues issues presented by the film are
valid issues in our society; and
also to establish the conservative
club as a proponent of the debate
that would draw these issues in into
to into controversy.

New Frolics Formal:
Music for Everyone
By LINDA HAMEL
Gator Staff Writer
Music,, in a big production setting will be on tap at the revamped
Spring Frolics Xpril 26.
Frolics, in the form of a concert instead of a dance, will spot spotlight
light spotlight rocknroll singer Jimmy Reed, New Orleans jazz stylist Pete
Fountain, and folk singers the Limeliters.

The Limeliters will perform
in a coffee-house setting, Jim Jimmy
my Jimmy Reed will have a gold rec reccord
cord reccord backdrop, and Pete Foun Fountain
tain Fountain will have a New Orleans
case setting.
Concert Idea
Chairman Jan Smith said the
idea for the concert arose when
it was noticed at past dances peo people
ple people would come to see the guest
artist and would not stay for the
rest of the dance.
Fraternity men who had to buy
tickets felt the dance wasnt
worth the cost, according to
Smith.
Admission
Tickets for independent stu students
dents students are <1.75 each. Tickets may
be purchased at the Information
Booth across from the Hub and
at the Dean of Mens office start starting
ing starting April 18, or at the concert.
The show, which starts at 8 p.
m., will last about three and one onehalf
half onehalf hours.
Masculine beauties will also

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Theology
And Jazz
In Combo
A combination of jazz and theo theology
logy theology will be presented to UF stu students
dents students April 23 when the Dave
Brubeck Quartet, contemporary
jazz stylists, teams up ( with a
Protestant minister.
The minister, Rev. Alvin Ker Kershaw,
shaw, Kershaw, will interpret contemporary
jazz as to its relationship to theo theology
logy theology at 8:30 p. m. in the Florida
Gym.
Brubecka Quartet features Paul
Desmond playing saxophone,
Gene Wright playing bass, Joe
Morello on drums, and Brubeck
on the piano.
Tickets for the show are one
dollar. Advanced sales have not
been announced yet.
The program is sponsored by
Lyceum Council, Florida Union
Board, and University Religious
Association.
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be featured at Spring Frolic s.
King Ugly will be crowned at in intermission
termission intermission by Alpha Phi Omega
national service fraternity, spon sponsor
sor sponsor of the Ugliest Man On Cam Campus
pus Campus contest.
pinner of the contest will be
determined by a. penny-vote bal ballot.
lot. ballot. Contestants will solicit votes
around campus and one penny
will be worth one vote.
Proceeds will go to a scholar scholarship
ship scholarship fund presented by Alpha
Phi Omega through the Dean of
Men's office.
The contest, open to any cam campus
pus campus organization or dorm section,
is an annual event at most col college
lege college campuse:., according to Jack
Blocker, chairman. The con-
was not held last year be because
cause because of the lack of manpower in
Alphi Phi Omega, said Blocker.
Entry blanks should be turned
in to the Alpha Phi Omega box at
the Florida Union between April
6 and 13.

University of Florida, Gainesville-'Tuesday, April 11, 1961

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Pretty Southern Belle Susan
Engle, an Alpha Oil Omega
from Tampa, gives Suthern Gen Gentlemen
tlemen Gentlemen Gary Peacock a close

LEASE EXPIRES

Bank To Replace
Post Office in Hub
By BILL CURRY
Gator Editorial Assistant
Student Bank operations will take over University Station Post
Office facilities in the Student Service Center this fall, W. Ellis
Jones, UF business manager, said Sunday.

All finance operations involving
student contact will be transfer transferred
red transferred from the basement of Tigert
Hall to the Hub.
Moves Off-Campus
The University Station Post Of Office
fice Office is currently looking for an
off campus site, according to
V. Paige Pinnell, station superin superintendent.
tendent. superintendent.
The government's 10 > year
lease on space in the Hub ex expired
pired expired last Oct. 1 but the UF
gave it a one-year extension.
The UF administration will
not renew the lease because it
feels students would benefit more
by moving the bank to a more
centralized and expanded loca location,
tion, location, according to Jones.
Campus Impractical
Another site on campus would
be impractical, he said, be because
cause because of limited space and be because
cause because the post office serves West
Gainesville residents as well as
students.
Presently non students us using
ing using the facilities are adding to
campus congestion,** he added.
No definite date has been set
for the move.
Although the UF is reported
willing to wait until the govern government
ment government finds it convenient to move,
Pinnell said he personally hoped
the move would be made be before
fore before school resumes next fall.
Avoid Confusion
It would be confusing and
troublesome for students and pos-
Families 'Shot*
In Campus Plot
Married students began receiv- 1
ing the benefits of the Mayors
Council immunization program <
Saturday morning at the infirm- :
ary.
The program provides free ;
immunization for any married
student at the University, living i
on or off campus, and their de-
pendents. The shots cover diph- :
theria, whooping cough, tetan u s
and polio, shots that are ordinar-
ily given to infants by physicians.
Tony Cunningham, chairman of
the Mayors Council, reported the
the program is subsidized by 1
funds from the Mayors council,
matched by Legislative Council
fupds.
It was brought about through
the efforts of the infirmary staff, 1
headed by Dr. Samuel Wright,
and the Mayors Council commit committee
tee committee headed by Dr. Kay Whittier,
mayor of Schuhte Vlilage.
Other days for shots will be
scheduled in the future, depend depending
ing depending upon turnout, said Cunning Cunningham.
ham. Cunningham.

CI2 Copying? Who Cares? Say Students

By NANCY MYKEL
Gator Editorial Assistant
Student reactions to last
we e ks disclosure that parts
of the C-l syllabus were plagi plagiarized
arized plagiarized ranged from bordom
to indignation, a survey over
the weekencF'revealed.
The Alligators presentation of
the story received diversifi e d
comments from horrible and
obnoxious to j us t and
well-handled.
Dick Doster, 2UC, said he
didnt think it was any of the
Alligators business. If the Al Alligator
ligator Alligator had stayed out of it no nothing
thing nothing would have happened, he
said.
The maimer of lifting the

shave to bring the KA*s three threeday
day threeday return to the Old South to
an end. Susan and Gary joined
with about 250 other secession secessionists
ists secessionists at the Plantation Ball
Weekend. (See Story, Page 3)

tal worker* if we wait to move
until after the fall term starts,
Pinnell said.
The new post office will not be
elaborate, and thus can be con constructed
structed constructed fairly fast, according to
Pinnell.
Jones said the post office was
eyeing three sites on Univer University
sity University Avenue.
Pinnell said the real estate
representative for the General
Services Administration report reportedly
edly reportedly has had no success in se securing
curing securing a new' site.
Contract sub-stations will be
installed around campus and
stamp machines will remain in
the Hub, according to Jones.
Install Boxes
Postal boxes will be installed in
older dormitories now without
postal service.
The new bank location will
not require extensive remodel remodeling
ing remodeling or additions to present faci facilities,
lities, facilities, according to Jones.
Finance facilities are presently
located in the basement of Ti Tigert
gert Tigert Hall. Accounting and busi business
ness business operations will remain in
their present quarters.
U. S. 'Goals'
To Have UF
As Next Host
The UF will be host and co cosponsor
sponsor cosponsor at the Southeastern States
Assembly on Goals for Ameri Americans
cans Americans in Fort Lauderdale, April
27-30.
University President J. Wayne
Reitz will introduce the assem assemblys
blys assemblys keynote-speaker, Assistant
Secretary of State Brooks Hays,
who will discuss World Affairs
at the opening session.
Directed by the American As Assembly
sembly Assembly of Columbia University,
a non-profit foundation, Goals for
Americans is the written report
of the Commission on National
Goals, founded by former Presi President
dent President Eisenhowers request in 1950.
Dr. John N. Webb, University
of Florida professor of economics,
is director of the regional assem assembly
bly assembly and Dr. John A. Harrison,
professor of history, is assistant
director.
Others from the University who
have been invited to attend the
meeting are Dr. Franklin A. Doty,
Dr. Edgar S. Dunn, Jr., Dean
Donald J. Hart, Dean Robert B.
Mautz and Dr. Lyle McAlister.

material might have been
wrong, but the revelation of it
is just more mud in our face,
he said.
Gator Nosey
If the Alligator had kept
its nose out of it, the situation
might have gone on for years
and years without this big to todo
do todo and people getting embarras embarrassed,
sed, embarrassed, he added.
Boyd shouldnt have resigned,
according to Doster. He was
not all at fault. He was pushed
into it by lack of time.*
Defends Boyd
Mike Lappin, 2UC, said he
had Dr. Boyd when he took
C-l. He wa a good professor.
I think the duplication in the
syllabus isnt too bad because

FUND Readied...
FUND Aimed...
Now FUND Fires!

Petition Hits
Campus, Asks
Student Names
By DICK HEBERT
Gator Managing Editor
FUND has readied .
FUND has armed . now
FUND is firing.
Fourteen tables go into
operation around campus
this week seeking students
to sign a petition urging
parents and all public offi officials
cials officials of Florida to support
all measures, including tax
reform, which are needed
to give the people of Flori Florida
da Florida first rate schools, col colleges
leges colleges and universities.
The FUND drive, (Flridag Un Universities
iversities Universities Need Dollars) wa*
kicked off at the end of March as
a campus-wide month long en endeavor
deavor endeavor to lobby the state legisla legislature
ture legislature into meeting the financial
needs of Floridas schools.
Send To Leaders
The petition, one of three ma major
jor major steps in the drive, will be
sent to leaders in the state cap capitol
itol capitol and will probably receive
statewide publicity.
The other steps in the drive
are a student rally scheduled for
6:30 p. m., Wednesday, April 19,
and a plea for letters to legisla legislators
tors legislators by students, students to
write to their legislators asking
their support.
A list of state senators and
representatives will be avail available
able available at all the petition tables,
said Wells. The list will also
show the hometowns of the legis legislators
lators legislators so students will easily as ascertain
certain ascertain whom they should write.
Accepts Exchange
Student Body President Bruce
Bullock said he wrote to Flor Florida
ida Florida State University accepting
their suggestion that the UF and
FSU exchange student speakers
for their student rallies.
(Bullock had originally written
FSU and the other state universi universities
ties universities The University of South
Florida and Florida Ak. M
asking them to join in the FUND
drive. FSU replied immediately
saying they had already begun on
a similar movement and suggest suggested
ed suggested that- FUND Chairman Wells
speak at an FSU rally represent representing
ing representing the entire state university sy system
stem system in exchange for a speaker
from FSU.)
Wells said he was writing to
the FSU representative to ac accept
cept accept the invitation and was very
pleased to see such quick coope cooperation.
ration. cooperation. I feel honored to be ask asked
ed asked to speak before the FSU stu students.
dents. students. I think we will be able to
have a well coordinated program
that will clearly indicate to the
state and its leaders the necess necessity
ity necessity of meeting educations needs.
Bullock said as soon as FSU
informed him as to the name of
the person they would send to
speak here he would schedule
him.
I am also writing to ask
them if it wouldnt be possible to
schedule their rally at the same
time as ours, he said.
Want No Antics
However, the student president
indicated his fear that too big a
splash would have a negative
effect. We must be careful to
be mature and sensible in this.
There is no telling what harm
wild antics by a few irresponsible
individuals can do.
He indicated his fears pertain pertained
ed pertained to the content of letters to leg legislators
islators legislators as well *s conduct at the
rally.

its inits only a college syllabus and
just a freshman course. Its no
world-shaking matter, he said.
Jim Phillips, 3EG, said, He
made a mistake; so what? For
my interest it got too big a
play in the Alligator.
Another student, said
I do not think they shou 1 d
let Dr. Boyd remain hi the Un University.
iversity. University.
Well-Handled
Don Glover, 3AS, said he
thought Boyd was intellectually
and legally wrong in what he
did, but added, I think he was
trying to include many good
sources of information into one
readily accessible source, he
said
I hope his resigning is as


'Add Your Signature,
Mail This In'-Wells
(EDITOR'S NOTE: The following it the text of Aa
petition which began circulation around campus Man-,
day. It is provided here for students' convenience.
Those who sign and mail it to The Florida Alligator,
Florida Union, Room 8, via campus mail will bo added
to the list of names being compiled by the FUND*
Committee.)
We, the University of Florida students signing tns tnslow,
low, tnslow, believe that the people of Florida desire nigh
quality schools, colleges and universities.
We know thatftit will be impossible to obtain a high
quality education in Florida unless facilities and,
expecially, faculty salaries are sufficient to compete
with] 1 the bestatate programs elsewhere. We know that
Florida is notjinow competitive!
Florida ranked 40th in 1958 in per capita spending on
higher education for all states. It ranked 18th out of
comparable in stitutions in spending on higher education.
Five of our eleven southeastern states spend more jtfr
capita on higher education than Florida, yet none of the
five can match our States per capita income.
Source: Floridas Crisis in Education. February,
1961, UF alumni brochure, supporting data report.
Therefore, we respectfully urge the parents yi A
all public officials of Florida to support all measure?,
including tax reforms, which are needed to give the
people of Florida first-rate schools, colleges and uni universities.
versities. universities.
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HOMETOWN |
UF Coes International
With Fun, Friendship
By BOBBIE FLEISCHMAN ~~
Gatov Staff Writer
World-wide activities will be getting canjpue-wide emphasis dur during
ing during the next few days ad the UF observes International Week with
local fun highlighting international friendship.

A concert, a semiformal dance,
a soccer game and a talent show
comprise the official list of
events. American as well as for.
eign students are being urged
to participate by showing cooper*
ation in -little things as well.
Twilight Concert
* The music department will pre present
sent present a special twilight concert to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night in honor of the oc occasion.
casion. occasion. Beginning at 6:45 p.m. in
the Plaza of the Americas the
symphonic band will perform a
series of pieces with an interna international
tional international lilt.
The last public seml-formal
dance of the semester is sche scheduled
duled scheduled for the Hub Friday night.
The Bill Byers Band and El Chivo
will supply the music.
Tickets are $2 per couple.
Queen Crowning
Featured at the dance will be
the announcing and crowning of
the Pan American Queen, who
will receive a trip to Nicaragua,
where she will meet government
officials and act as official repre representative
sentative representative of the UF.
The five finalists as of Jie
Sunday night Judging are Kay
Arfaras, sponsored by Jppha Chi
Omega, who delivered a Spanish
poem by heart; Ivette Gon Gonzales,
zales, Gonzales, Delta Delta Delta, who sang
in born English and Spanish; Ir Irma
ma Irma Harrell, Kappa Delta, who
fingered Tenderly and Prison Prisoner
er Prisoner of Love on the piano; Ann
Price, Lambda Chi Alpha, who
did a Latin American comic
pantomime on the wiles of a
Spanish rose; and Celeste San Sanchez,
chez, Sanchez, A Chi O sponsored by the

far as it goes. I was glad to
see the Gator didn't muck muckrake
rake muckrake with this like a scandal
sheet would have. It was well wellhandled.
handled. wellhandled.
Handling Horrible
Sally Smith, SJM, had other
ideas on the Alligators hand handling
ling handling of the story. Ive tglk e d
to many people who thought
this story put the Gator in a
bad light, she said.
It .showed poor handling and
poor investigation. The handling
was horrible, and Dick He Heberts
berts Heberts column was obnoxious,
she said.
One Side Bhown
Two or three weeks isnt
long enough time to put in in inits

Add Your None
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For FUMD H?
See Pago 2

Four Paggg This Edition

Mens Glee Club, who did a. jo*
ta or Spanish ballerina dance.
Judgement Baals
Young ladies participating in
contest were judged on the basis
of talent, appearance, penmiallty
and knowledge of Spanish.
International Talent Night wftH
take place Saturday in the phi*
varsity Auditirotum at 7:W. p.m.
It will feature yanke* and Inter International
national International talent. .I".'-*..
Tickets can be obtained at the
door and at the student sendee
booth across from the Hub
Friday, from S:3O to S p.m*
The cost is fifty cents.
ISO Fund
Proceeds from the show will go
into the International Students
Scholarship Fund, which sms set
up by the International gtudeht
Organization this year.
International Week has bees
observed for the past nine years,
originally under the title Fag.
American Week.'* j. 27.'
According to ISO President Utfj
Gomez, the name was changed
because the number ct students
from countries in Europe Ihd
Asia grew.
Everyday Frtende
Gomes described the iniftY~sii
an attempt to encourage tgrtemg tgrtemgtional
tional tgrtemgtional friendship net just bv
but in everyday life.
We hear a lot alwut interna international
tional international good will but not much is
done, he said.
One luncheon once a yegr isnt
going to work. We need portla portlathing
thing portlathing all year round. We hope
International Week witL help
bring this out.

vestigating something like this.
Boyd should not have reeeiyej?.
all the blame. Only one side
of the story was presented^,.
An Arts and Sciences senior
also indicated that there was
more than met the eye. ~.\7Z
I understand that this story
is a cover-up presented by the
Alligator so that the iXotj
would never get any fujtjier,
he said.
Situation Unclear
I wish Dr. Boyd had explain explained
ed explained his actions more, taU
Don Richie, 4AS. 7£.
Judy Raymond and Barbara
Geyer, both lUC, said thay.
thought what transpired jg.BIL
just, and that it was cevered
by the Alligator pretty wjgH,



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EDITORIAL STAFF
i
Frances Aidman, Dedl Anderson, Marty Beckorman,
-* Chuck Broward, Carol Buljer, Cappy CapOxxera, Sue
Allen Cauthen, Mike Colodny, Diane Falk, Bobbin
Fleischman, Harvey Goldstein. Linda Hamel, Nancy
Hooter, Jack Horan, Ida La Face, Jan Lathrop. Julie
McClure, George Moore, Judy Lynn Prince, Mlko Roeen Roeen.
.- Roeen. thal, Phyllis Smith.
SPORTS STAFF
Sports Editor: Bill Buchaltar
. Mike Gora, intramnrals editor; Robert Oroon, Ralph
,j.-r ~""Lazz*ra, Jared Lebow, Jim Martin, Ed Robin, Chuck
/. t Wairen, Ed Witten.

All around campus this week, and
next week and the next week, tables
will be set up. Coeds will beckon you
to add youiliname to a list of students
supporting FUND.
You have heard your professors
bemoan the needs of education. You
heard us. There is no need to
_re iterate our stand on state appropri appropriations
ations appropriations for Floridas] universities. We
-have said it all too often. fl
* *
NOW, we ask you to go into action.
-When the coeds beckon, sign your
jame to the petition. Let the state
know you are concerned about your
future, educations future, Floridas
|
II There is no shame involved and
3ery little effort.
*
~~ TO MAKE IT all the easier for stu students
dents students to enlist their support behind
THE FLAIL

Chin Up, Its The Devil In His Speedboat

By JOHN MILLER y
Every now and then, I read
or' hear of something that per pertains
tains pertains to the activities of this
campus that reminds me of
the devil going by in his speed speedboat.
boat. speedboat. When that happens, I
am almost distressed at being
caught in the wave. Along with
the rest of the student bodies.
Since we must stand to the
level of our chins in the present
sea of aca academic
demic academic inferior- mmmmmM|
ily which pass passlearning
learn- passlearning
ing in most ms SB
classrooms, it
is appalling to H %
see those few
men of high
caliber that
to jump ship. |
But they have f
for years aid- MILLER
ed students in salvaging their
intellects, they have passed
their life-jackets to younger
minds in lieu of metal straight straightjackets,
jackets, straightjackets, and I can see no rea reason
son reason why they must now go
down with the wreck.
I
IF I WERE asked to choose,
from the experience of some
six years of college, the hand handfull
full handfull of professors I would class
as great educators and men,
the choice would not be diffi difficult.
cult. difficult. The qualifications are too
rigorous for all but a handful
I have studied under.
We have a few left, men
whom I do not hestitate to
name since I can only accord
them the respect due them as
leader* in the esteem of their
students. Such men as A. A.

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Editorial*

It's Your Turn

Beecher, now with the Univer University
sity University of Southern Florida, Dr.
Hans Grofeh, Dr. Housewright
of Florida State University
have made of their lives and
profession both a service and an
inspiration.
*
LAST WEEK, the Letters col column
umn column earned a letter ftNati Broth Brother
er Brother such man, Eugene Bovee of
the Biology Department. In the
few days since that issue was
printed, I have heard several
remarks passed about "another
professor complaining about sal salaries.
aries. salaries.
Such comment is not only un unfair,
fair, unfair, it is sickening commen commentary
tary commentary on the awareness of stu students
dents students to the problems that
exist in the. very institution
toward which they look for
their intellectual alertness.
It was an enlightening ex experience
perience experience to hear of James
Popes address to a recent Phi
Delta Kappa meeting. Mr. Pope
revealed that he had been to
Russia recently and had been
able to observe firsthand the
Kremlin methods and attitudes
in higher education. There was
no lack of definite assertion
that when the schools under
the Hammer arid Sickle need
money, they get it!
e e
YET IN this enterprising land
of the free and home of the
brave enough to try and im improve,
prove, improve, the largest state school
in one of the fastest growing
states in our country is unable
to keep the finest men it has,
much less attract those who
are not already on the faculty.
Now this may be a wasted
effort, a voice in the wind, a
cough in a wind tunnel. But

Tuesday, April 11, 1961

EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS
0
Maryann* Awtrey, Bill Curry, Nancy Mykel, Nell
Swan, Fat Tunstall.
BUSINESS STAFF
Asst. Manager: Ron Rothstein
Ad Salesmen: Jeff Huberman, Steve Baron, Barbara
DcLoach; Classified Ad Manager: Louise Boothe; Na National
tional National Ad Manager: Jo*l Proyect; Office Staff: Jean
Holman, Carolyn Law, Carol Linger, Linda Merk, Dot tie
MacDonald, Nancy Spiegel; Production Manager: Jim
Everndea; Subscription Manager: Steve Hertz.

FUND month drive, we have printed
on our front page the full text of the
petition you are asked to sign.
All we ask of you is to read it. Clip
it out and sign it. Mail it to our of offices
fices offices in the basement of the Florida
Union. We will see that your name is
added to the listc
*
BUT WE urge you, if it is at all
possible, toi go to oen of the tobies set
up for your convenience. There you
can obtain a list of the state senators
and representatives and their home
addresses. Find your representative in
the legislature and write to him.
Unless weft all band together and let
our feelings be known, unless we can
tell state leaders that we are reason reasonable
able reasonable and mature in our demands, how
can they know that we are watching,
that we do care, and that Floridas
Universities Need Dollars.

frankly, ladies, gentlemen, and
friend*, thig is one student who
is sick of it. To blazes with
high flown language and fancy
letters to the editor which show
off cleverness and wanderings
of mind. Its time thig horse horseplay
play horseplay stopped!
*
IT MAY BE presumed that
men who have had the simple,
ordinary smarts that God
gave a- stone goose -on- a arainy
rainy arainy day to enable them to
raise themselves to positions
in government, educational ad administration,
ministration, administration, and like respon responsibility,
sibility, responsibility, should be able to see
the handwriting on the wall.
If this school is really as
over-crowded as some folks like
to cry, its not because there
arent enough classrooms. Its
because there arent enough
decent professors to use the
available space and the really
fine educators are being squeez squeezed
ed squeezed for the space to stand
and lecture in.
* a
IM ANGRY, Im incoherent,
and, above all, Im scared.
As a student, I watch a man
like Bovee prepared to leave
in order to be rewarded com commensurate
mensurate commensurate to hi value. And I
cannot blame him. But as a
student, I am aware that there
is no adequate reward for men
of this calibre; to the students
fortunate enough to have sat
in their classrooms, such men
are priceless.
And I think, Soon well start
losing the Blackstones, and the
Morses, and the Lise as, and
then well be the best dam
junior college this countrys
ever seen. And all for the
want of a nail.

L 0m
'NOWWW You Can Sign!'
GUEST COLUMN
Operation Abolition: Piece
Os Malicious Propaganda

By ROBERT R. STERLING
Instructor, Coll, of Business
Abolition is being given wide
distribution as a document documentary
ary documentary view of the demonstrations
staged by University of Califor California
nia California students in protest against
the House Un-American Activi Activities
ties Activities Committee* hearings in San
Francisco in May, 1960.
The film was treated as a
documentary by UFT-TV and
last Thursday It was presented
without partisan comment by
the. UF Student.. Conservative.
Club in The 'Florida Union.
* *
IN VIEW of the many charg charges
es charges from a wide variety of
sources that this, movie 13 a
mendacious distortion, I find it
impossible to believe that it is
documentary in the usual
aense of the word.
Also, in view of these charges,
I believe that showing the film
without informing the viewers
of the charges against the film
is somewhat less than praise praiseworthy.
worthy. praiseworthy.
Let me be clear, I am not
.here arguing for or against the
abolition of the Committee nor
am I defending student riots.
My aim is to point out that the
facts of the case do not coincide
with the narration and general
implications of the film.
* *
THAT THE film contains
inaccuracies and distortions ap appears
pears appears to be undisputed. On The
Goodwin Knight Show, KCOP KCOPTV,
TV, KCOPTV, the following colloquy oc occurred
curred occurred between a U. of C. stu student
dent student and the Chief Investigator
for the HUAC:
Investigator Wheeler: What
are you trying to prove by this?
Student Whit: That the film
has inaccuracies and distortions.
Investigator Wheeler: Ive ad admitted
mitted admitted that.
Student White: Youve ad admitted
mitted admitted that?,
* Investigator Wheeler: Cer Certainly.
tainly. Certainly. 4
Without these admitted inac inaccuracies
curacies inaccuracies Sind distortions the
main thesis of the film is un untenable.
tenable. untenable. The film represents the
demonstrations to be Commu Communist-inspired
nist-inspired Communist-inspired and Communist Communistdirected.
directed. Communistdirected. In the introduction,
Walter tells us that we will see
Communists at work among the
students.

THE TRUTH IS that none of
the Communists named by
Chairman .Walter participated
in the student demonstr&t i o n s.
most of those named were mrt
of the 36 unfriendly witnesses
who had been subpoenaed
by the Committee.
The film shows a shot of Har Harry
ry Harry Bridges BEFORE the riots
when in fact Mr. Bridges did
not appear until AFTER order
had been restored.
Likewise, the film shows a
noisy demonstration by Archie
Brown and Company in the
hearings room and then switch switches
es switches to the student demonstration
and we are left to draw our
own guilt by juxtaposition. The
truth ia that the former inci incident
dent incident occurred on May 12 and
the latter on May 13.
see
THE NARRATOR states that
the students were singing a song
lifted from the Communist
Peoples Song Book. In fact
the song is an old hymn and
was used several years ago by
one of our major political par parties.
ties. parties. Other songs the students
were heard singing were God
Bless America, The Star
Spangled Banner, and Battle
Hymn of the Republic.
The students and faculty of
U. of C.. have vigorously de denied
nied denied any connection with the
Communists and they took ela elaborate

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borate elaborate precaution* (e.g., arm
band* for pickets) to prevent
such a connection.
* *
A8 FAR as I have been able
to determine there is not one
shred of evidence to support
the films allegation of Com Communist-direction
munist-direction Communist-direction or inspiration.
On the contrary, all the evi evidence
dence evidence points to a student
inspired and student directed
demonstration fostered by a
deep seated resentment of the
committees methods and prac practices.
tices. practices.
I defend these students right
to peacefully picket the Com Committee
mittee Committee hearing, whether they
picket either pro or con. In
fact, I applaud their interest in
an area so vital to our national
interests and traditions. I de deplore
plore deplore the guilty -by associa association
tion association tactic* of the film.
* *
NO ONE denies that Com Communist
munist Communist were also there and
demonstrating (separate in time
and space from the students),
but it does not follow that the
students were Communists or
their dupes.
Let me repeat, I defend the
students right to peacefully pic picket
ket picket and applaud their interest.
In the same manner I would
defend, for example, the UF
Student Conservative Clubs
right to picket and I applaud
their purpose ... to define
the principles of political, econo economic,
mic, economic, and social conservation.
I welcome inquiry and free
discussion from whatever
course. Some doctrinaire groups
would attach the label facist
or Nazi to this group and in indeed
deed indeed attach it to everything
conservative.
*
I DEPLORE this kind of tac tactic
tic tactic equally as much a* label labeling
ing labeling the student demonstrations
Communists or dupes.
And these are exactly the kind
of tactics used by this film. By
lifting scenes out of context, by
splicing together separate time
and place sequences, and by
loaded narrative the film degen degenerates
erates degenerates to a despicable piece of
malicious propaganda.
According to an article in the
New York Post a report
prepared by the General Coun Council
cil Council of the Department of De Defense
fense Defense says that the HUAC
seemed to have encouraged
the riots with the apparent end
of showing how grave the op opposition
position opposition to the Committee hear hearings
ings hearings was.

NO MATTER how grave the
Communist situation may be,
there i* no excuse for this.
Quite the contrary, in a free
nation we should be informed
of the TRUTH of any threats
to our security.
This is the governments duty
but it is not its duty to en encourage
courage encourage a riot and then pro propagandize
pagandize propagandize its citizens about that
riot. This is reminiscent of the
tactics used by those totalitar totalitarian
ian totalitarian groups which we are all so
unalterably opposed.
In fact this sort of thing only
beclouds the real danger and
we are likely to become im immune
mune immune to tile cry of wolf If it
proves false too often.
0
SPACE limitations have pro prohibited
hibited prohibited me from making a de detailed
tailed detailed analysis of the films dis distortions.
tortions. distortions. For the same reason
I have not documented every
statement herin.
However, I do not aek you
to accept my bare assertions as
truth; instead, I strongly urge
the Alligator staff to make an
independent investigation of this
Rim and present its complete
findings for all to see.

* |E3t Letters to the Editor

Flick Hit
By Thinkers
EDITOR:
As thinking individuals we
cannot help feeling a deep
shock at the notion that our
own precious freedoms of
thought, speech, and assembly
should be used by those who
would promote thought control
with a film such as Operation
Abolition.

THOUGH we assert that these
freedoms must not be denied to
even dishonest and totalitarian
promoters, we also feel that we
must go on reoord as protesting
this film.
UNIVERSITY LIBERAL
RELIGIOUS ASSN.
UF Infirmary
Cut Off at 12
EDITOR:
The infirmary has never mis mishandled,
handled, mishandled, mal-treated or burned
me.
Until recently.
Leaving my residence at mid midnight
night midnight to take a friend to the in infirmary
firmary infirmary for treatment of her
fainting spell and severe pain,
two other friends accompanied
me.
AFTER WE had seen that
our sick friend got upstairs,
and was in competent medical
hands, we prepared to return
to our dorm. Upon asking, the
night supervisor informed us
that we could not call the cam campus
pus campus police, who had brought us
there, to take us back.
Theres no way to call out
side after midnight, she said.
Appalled that a medical ser service
vice service would be unable to s e e k
help, or that tired coeds
couldnt get home, we tried
the phones. Sure enough, we
couldnt call out
FRUSTRATED, weary and
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Question #1: Do you believe that most girls go to college to get a
higher education or to find a husband?
Answer : Get higher education Find a husband
Question #2; Which do you feel is most important as a personal goal
for you in your career? (check one)
Answer: Security of income Quick promotion
Job satisfaction
Fame Money Recognition of talent
Question #3: Do you feel reading requirements are too heavy in your
present courses?
Answer : Ye 5.,...,,, No. No opinion
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xTr Recognition of talent 11%
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upset, we walked out.
As we left, the nurse inform informed
ed informed us that, Theres a pay
phone down there. The nature
of our visit was so rushed that
none of u* had any change. The
nurse did not offer to lend us
any.
So we walked to a fraternity
house at 12:46 and got some someone
one someone to take us home. It is
strictly prohibited by WSA
rules that coeds be out of their
places of residence after 11:90
p. m.
PERHAPS the night supervi supervisor
sor supervisor is unaware of these rules.
This is not really important, for
we did get home.
The implications of the fact
that a medical service, depen dependent
dent dependent as it is on the outside doc doctors,
tors, doctors, pharmaceutical agents and
emergency ambulance service
is unable to call outside after
midnight, are frightening.
OUR inconvenience pales

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Into Insignificance beside th
thought that our infirmary is
useless after the witching hour.
Dean Stanley, ts this is true,
perhaps an investigation is in
order?
WEARY
Why's Boyd
Still Around?
EDITOR:
How is that Professor Maurice
Boyd is allowed to remain a
full professor at the University
of Florida, a rank he got by
virtue of his chairmanship of
C-l?
* *
IS THIS fair to the rank and
file of professors who get where
they are by publication, hard
teaching effort and not by mis misdemeanor?
demeanor? misdemeanor?
JOHN DEAN



Tho Florid* Alligator, Tuesday, April 11, 1961

Audit Reveals Unbalanced Books

By PAT TUNSTALL
Gator Editorial Assistant
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dent student publication! over a period
of eight yean have resulted in an
audit requested by the Board of
Student Publications.
University Auditor Horace Bru Brubaker
baker Brubaker stated in his report to UF
Business Manager Ellis Jones, it
did not appeal, that a single ac-

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count had been fully completed
and the balance reconciled (with
that shown by Finance and Ac Accounting.)
counting.) Accounting.)
Duplicate Payment*
Inefficiencies cited by Brubaker
reveal duplication in payments
both to and from the Seminole;
also, certain cash collections
have been used to provide a pet*
ty cash fund that was not auth authlorised.

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lorised. authlorised.
Reasons for tike difficulties
encoumerea oy publications
were explained by Brubaker to
be a need for controlling re revenues,
venues, revenues, an ineffective organi organisational
sational organisational plan and ineffective
control of expenditures.
Organizational problems en encountered
countered encountered encompass duplication
of records, breakdown of
communication between business
managers, the Board and student
governments secretary treasur treasurer.
er. treasurer.
Large Reserve Fund
The audit, has shown that the
reserve fund, composed of money
left from publication profits, now
contains 637,221.
Preheat operating arrange arrangement#
ment# arrangement# of the Board permit ob obligations
ligations obligations such as printing costs
to oe meurrea witnout tneir
approval, though the payment
cannot be made without such
approval.
Funds remaining to be cleared
up Include commissions to be
paid to former Alligator Business
Managers George Brown and
Brace Bateman.
Jones Explains
A question concerning the pay payment
ment payment to present Gator Business
Manager Ron Jones of Com Commissions
missions Commissions which were thought ow owed
ed owed to Lois Adams, his predeces predecessor,
sor, predecessor, were explained by Jones Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday.
I pointed out to the Board the
precedent I knew Lois had follow followed,
ed, followed, he said. Jones explained that
Miss Adams had collected, during
her term as business manager of
the Summer Gator, money owed
to the Alligator from the previous
spring. She then collected the
commission.
I did the same thing, said
Jones. A# far as I know, this
Is the way the money had al always
ways always been handled. Whoever
collects It gets the commissions,
though the money is deposited
to the old account.
Alligator business managers re receive
ceive receive 6% per cent commission
on all advertisements sold.
Suggests Separate Office
Brubakers final suggestion was
that a Publications Accounting Of Offlee
flee Offlee separate from the Student
Government Secretary treasurers
office be established, through
which all publications funds be
handled.

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Student accounting majors
could do the work, thus giving
them valuable experience and,
The present business manager*
would give op the responsibili responsibility
ty responsibility for maintaining records for
their own account* and would
devote their time to promotion
and productive activities.
Brubaker suggested a publica publications
tions publications officer such as has been
recommended by the Board of
Student Publications, to guide fin financially
ancially financially and advise editorially all
publications.
Jones Opposes Plan
Jones said that he is against
this proposal, because it takes
the responsibility away from the
students.
Jones alternate proposal would
have the chairman of the Board
act as editorial guide while the
executive secretary would be paid
$1,200 a year, (which is already
requisitioned) to pet as a finan financial
cial financial explainer and guide to the
business staff exclusively.
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ICalendarl
* TUESDAY APRIL 11: The
University symphony Orchestra
will perform at 8:15 in the Uni University
versity University Auditorium.
C-5, Special Movie: Oedipus
Rex, FU Auditorium, 7 p.m., 9
p.m. Film Classics: Alexander
Nevsky MSB Auditorium, 8 p.m.
WEDNESDAY APRIL 12.
Band Twilight Concert, Plaza of
the Americas, 6:45 p. m.
Student Recital, Building R-122,
8:15 p. m.
International Week Speaker:
James Batal, FU 212, S p. m.
Film Classics: Alexander Nev Nevsky
sky Nevsky MSB Auditorium. 8 p. m.
THURSDAY, APRIL 13: Ala Alachua
chua Alachua Audubon Society: Prof. Erd Erdman
man Erdman West, Wild Flowers ot the
Gainesville Region, MSB, M-112,
8 p.m., Cambodian Students Re Reception,
ception, Reception, FU Johnson Lounge, 8
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Lecture: Dr. Joseph Spangler:
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pulation Population Explosion FU Auditor Auditorium,
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Derby Day
Events Feature
Beauty, Skill
Derby Day is on its way.
The Sigma Chis will celebrate
the 13th annual Sigma Chi Derby
this Saturday with a parade,
field events, awards and Open
House that night, complete with
band and radio coverage.
Traditionally, all the sororities
on campus vie lor prises in the
beauty contest and various field
events. Judging for the 12 beauty
entrees has already been held at
Silver Springs. The winner will be
announced that night at the
dance.
An overall trophy is awarded
the sorority with the most points
accumulated in the six field
events and the beauty contest.
WGGG will cover the awards
and the dance by radio from 9
to 10 p.m. Saturday night.
The field events for this year
will not be listed ahead of time.
The sororities have named 12
girls to participate in the events
as they are announced.
Contestants in the beauty con contest
test contest are: Celeste Sanchez, Alpha
Chi Omega; Shirley Queen, Ze Zeta
ta Zeta Tau Alpha; Janet Ruth Carl Carlton.
ton. Carlton. Alpha Omicron Pi; Marg
Kuhl, Kappa Delta; Joan Carr Carraway,
away, Carraway, Sigma Kappa; Nan White Whitebrook,
brook, Whitebrook, Alpha Epsilon Phi; Pris Priscilla
cilla Priscilla Sanborn, Alpha Delta Pi;
Carol Erickson, Delta Delta Del Delat;
at; Delat; Connie Strickland, chi Omega;
Gayle Gleckler, Delta Gamma;
Judy Marvin, Phi Mu; and Eli Elinor
nor Elinor Wlshnatzki, Delta Phi Epsi Epsilon.
lon. Epsilon.
Students To Show
Interpretation Os
Modern Dance
An Hour of the Dance with
a modern flair will be present presented
ed presented at 8 p.m. Thursday in Nor Norman
man Norman Hall auditorium by Orche Orchesis,
sis, Orchesis, the University modern dance
club.
The program, highlighted with
live precussion accompaniment by
the University Percussion En Ensemble
semble Ensemble directed by James Hale
of the Music Department, will
present the evolvement of dance
aa It emerges from technique.
Ranging from primitive inter*
pretation to' modem jazz blues,
the program Includes Modem
Primitive featuring An oringinal
percussion accompaniment, Bil Billy
ly Billy the Kid and Provj>cative
Percussion by Jo Ann White,
and Take Five by Mi mi Marr.
Some of the compositions will
be dons to the progressive sounds
of Davs Brubeck.
Madeline Nixon, assistant pro professor
fessor professor of physical education for
women, is directing the admiss admission-free
ion-free admission-free concert.

LUCKY STRIKE PRESENTS:
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( \/^r^r==rr^^ § DEAR DR. FROOD: lam a sophomora majoring
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Chased | June 3, 1964. I have taken my calculations to
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there is a small birthmark Just above the left elbow, I the president of the college. No one will pay any
youve got the real Casanova. 1 attention to me. I am desperate. What can I do
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The South Rises Again
As KA's March, Party

The Old South a civiliza civilization
tion civilization gone with the wind?
Not according to the Urs Kap Kappa
pa Kappa Alpha chapter.
After breaking ties with the
United States, assassinating Gen General
eral General Sherman, marching down
University Avenue in a show of
Southern strength, and dancing at
the formal ball at Jacksonvilles
Florida Yacht Club, more than
130 KA's and their dates were
fired soldiers at a Whisker Cut Cutting
ting Cutting Brunch Sunday afternoon.
The only casualty in the war
against history came when KA
Brother John Bull was injured
with a shotgun blank fired by one
of his own men. Bull was treated
it the University Infirmary but
regrouped with the secessionists.
General Pleased
KA President, or Commanding
General, Merrel Stainton said he
was pleased with the way the en entire
tire entire weekend came off and espec especially
ially especially the parade.
The parade was probably
the best weve ever had. After

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REBELS ON PARADE

die egg-throwing Incident last
year we were afraid there
would be no more parades, but
Fridays seemed to be enjoy enjoyable
able enjoyable to the crowds who watched
it, gtainton said.
A sign placed on the Sigma Al Alpha
pha Alpha Epsilon House read, KA Pa Parade
rade Parade through courtesty of SAE,
first Southern fraternity.

... No Eggs Fly This Year
At the formal ball. Saturday
night Carol Tate was ncmed Kap Kappa
pa Kappa Alpha Rose for 1961-62. M s
Tate is a sophomore and a mem member
ber member of Alpha Delta Pi sorority.
On Miss Tates court were Caro Carolyn
lyn Carolyn Dart, a UF Kappa Delta; Di Di
Di ane Thomas, Nancy McMillan,
and Susie Turner, all from col colleges
leges colleges other than the UF.



UF Nine Rests After Conference Series

The UF pitching staff will get a
deserved rest this week following
even games in six days last
week.
Coach Dave Fuller's nine cop copped
ped copped four of the seven contests but
split in Southeastern Conference
play, defeating Kentucky 6-3
and Tennessee 7-1 and losing to
the same duo, 8-1 and 2-1.
Fireballing Chartcy LJoyd was
the difference in the first Kentuc Kentucky
ky Kentucky test. The righthand righthander
er righthander threw nothing but strikes at
the befuddled Gator bats, scat scattering
tering scattering four harmless singles.
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son, season, found the range for two of
the four hits. Cather Allen Feld Feldhaus,
haus, Feldhaus, a gangling 6-4 basketball
player, blasted a twto-run home
run to provide Lloyd all the cush cushion
ion cushion he needed.
Poor fielding in the outfield,
which contributed greatly to Ken-
and Tennessees extra base
out-put during the four games,
proved to be the crowning blow in
the 2-1 extra inning defeat.
FELDHAUS HOME RUN was
barely missed in center and no
less than five wrong field triples
were In the misplayed category.

One of the triples which fell off
the glove of UF hitting star Len
Scheinhoft led to the winning Ten Tennessee
nessee Tennessee run.
A throwing error by Howie plat plated
ed plated the runner and pinned the de defeat
feat defeat cm righthander Jerry Nichol Nicholson
son Nicholson who deserved a better fate.
Scheinhofts stick work made
up for his defensive laxes in the
two wins. He powered a three-run
home run in one game and belt belted
ed belted three hits in the other.
ALL-SEC CATCHING candidate
Paul Booher drilled a double and
single good for two RBls in the
Tennessee victory as the Gators
hammered out 17 hits.
Don Ringgold broke his batting
slump with three more safeties
against the Vols, including a triple
to right-center.
C. W. Price was in complete
command against Tennessee and
went the distance scattering sev seven
en seven hits. Paul Taylor, the Vol
moundsman in the opener, hand handcuffed
cuffed handcuffed the UF bats with a variety
of slow stuff. The Gators left 11
men stranded in that one and lost
an opportunity to put it on ice
in regular play.
But pinch-runner Norbert Lado
failed to score on a ball hit to
deep short and second baseman
Gene Etter, better known for his
football ability, made a key save
of Howies bid for a base hit to
save the ball game.
The Gators next pair of games
will be Friday and Saturday at
Perry Field when they host the
Ramblin Wreck from Georgia
Tech and their All-SEC outfield outfielded
ed outfielded Roger Kaiser.
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Dane Piercefield beats out an infield blow, his sec second
ond second hit of the game as Florida rolled to a 7-1 win
over Tennessee.

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Sigma Nus pro-offense never
got out of low gear while the long
aerial arm of two PDT quarter quarterbacks
backs quarterbacks reached over the Snake sec secondary
ondary secondary 'for {wo fourth period
scores to give the Phi Delta a hard
earned 12-0 victory over Sigma
Nu in the 30th annual J. Hillis
Miller Charity game played at
Florida Field S&tuaflay afternoon.
A crowd of afcoulf saw
quarterback John l&llis fire a ten
yard TD toss to half-back Bill Me-
Crae to give the Phi Delts a 6-0
lead in the up-to-then defensive
contest.
THEN OUABTEBBACtt-WtEEV
Selman hit end A1 Bureon a
pass play which covered 21 yards
for the Phi Delts final score of
the afternoon.
The Snakes came close to scor scoring
ing scoring just before the end of the first
half before a drive, sparked by a

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For yardage as Phi Delts Bill McCrae penetrates
the Sigma Nu secondary in their charity football
game. Defender Bill Harris (22) comes up to make
the stop while PDT defensive ace Royce Hood (34)
wattes completing a block.

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40-yard burst by flashy quarter quarterback
back quarterback Gayle Darville, fizzled\>n the
Phi Delt 19-yard line.
BRILLIANT DEFENSIVE END
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The victory*gave the Phi Delts
11 victories against 14 for the
Sigma Nus over the past 30 years.
Five games have ended in ties.
DURING HALF-TIME, Mrs. J.
Hillis Miller awarded a trophy to
Kappa Delta Sorority, who, for
the second consecutive year led
the sororities in ticket sales.
Although final results of ticket
sales were not immediately
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Bill Stanford said that he believed
last years mark of SI,OOO would
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Frosh Nine Split*
Eddie Clarks pitching and the
hitting of Tom Jones and Harry
Tuggle gave Floridas frosh base baseballers
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Halt Florida
Win Streak
Miami broke the old national
record for consecutive tennis wins
md broke the UF skein at 22 when
they dumped the Gator netmen
7-2 in Miami this past weekend.
UF ACE JIM SHAFFER extend extended
ed extended Cane star John Skogstad to
three sets before losing but the
strain of traveling and the fierce
play of the Masters tournament
in St. Pete took its toll. Shaffer
had upset ranked Australian Mar Marty
ty Marty Mulligan Thursday.
Fred Shaya, personable red redhead,
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effort for Bill Potters squad,
dumping Miamian Tom Wright
and then teaming with Mike Cul Culliane
liane Culliane for a doubles victory.
THE WIN WAS the Canes 84th
in succession to break the mark
set by William and Mary.
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MURAL MUSE
HANDBALL SEMIFINALS,
SOFTBALL ACTION SET

This afternoon Tau Epsilon
Phi meets the winner of the
Monday afternoon meeting be between
tween between Phi .Kappa Tau and Pi
Epsilon Sigma Alpha Ep Epsilon
silon Epsilon match in the semi-final
round of the* Orange League
handball tournament.
The Sig Eps replaced Si g gma
ma gma Nu against SAE after a rul ruling
ing ruling on a protest by the Intra Intramural
mural Intramural office reversed the out outcome
come outcome of last weeks match.
The loss of both the entrance

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points and victory points drops
the Snakes into fourth place be behind
hind behind SAE, TEP, and Pi
Lambda Phi.
Blue League- softball got un underway
derway underway the results
of first day game were not
available at pregtjMtime.
In the sorat -Circuit Kap Kappa
pa Kappa Delta faces Zeta Tau Alpha
today and Delta Phi Epsilon
meets Delta Gamma Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday.