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See Page 8

Volume 54, Number 2

UF PREFERS QUARTERS
Schools, Board Split on Full Time Plan

By JAN LATHROP
Gator Staff Writer
Florida state universities and the State
Board of Control deadlocked this week
in attempts to choose one system of year yeararound
around yeararound operation for all four schools.
Dr. John V. Webb, chairman f the
University of Florida 1 committee to
study year round operation, explained
that the Board of Control wants each
university to go cxi the same full time
program, but that the universities think
the choice should fit each schools spe specific
cific specific needs.
Who Wants What?
UF is pushing for the quarter system,
along with Florida A&M, explained Webb.


Board of Control
Takes General
Extension Away

By NANCY MYKEL
Gator Staff Writer
The UF lost its General Extension Division Satur Saturday
day Saturday in a surprise Board of Control move to establish an
Institute for Continuing University, Studies.
The new institute will regu- "*

late functions of the present
General Extension Division,
currently coordinated statewide
by the UF. It will provide ad*

Bullock To Fill
SG Cabinet Post
The post of student government
secretary of foreign affairs is
open, according to student body
president Bruce Bullock.
Bullock said that he will name
an interim secretary to fill the
position recently held by Nelson
Mora, who has returned to Ven Venezuela
ezuela Venezuela to straighten out his mi military
litary military obligations,
Mora was appointed by Bullock
last fall after a disputed election
in the International Student Or Organization.
ganization. Organization. Bullock at that time
made a triumvirate of the post
in order to please as many peo people
ple people as possible.
The triumvirate system is being
abandoned, according to Bullock,
and the new secretary will serve
alone.
The secretary of foreign affairs
works with various international
groups on campus and coordinates
foreign student affairs within stu student
dent student government.
The appointment will be made
as soon as possible. said Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, and will be mad e with the
leaders.

Friendly Rivalry to Reign
At UF-FSU Alum Barbecue

Friendly rivalry and reunion will keynote Saturdays pre-game
UF-FSU Alumni Barbecue in the Florida Gymnasium.
More than 1,600 Gators and Seminoles have made reservations,
and attendance is expected to top last years record of 2,000 alums
for both state universities.
Tickets tor the annual affair, which will be fro mil a.m. to 1

p.m., are on sale through today
at each universitys alumni asso association
ciation association and are limited to active
members of the organizations. No
tickets will be sold at the door.
Pre-game pageantry will draw
ilums as well as students to see
:he Gator Band and FSUs March March;ng
;ng March;ng Chiefs combine forces under
the direction of conductors Rich Richard
ard Richard W. Bowles and Manley Whit Whitomb.
omb. Whitomb. t
Newly uniformed Gatorettes
Corps will lure fans eyes to
Florida Field at halftime as the
Gator Band combines "oora "oorapahs,
pahs, "oorapahs, primitive, and celes celestial
tial celestial music in their halftime
theme, Lets Build a Band.
The Marching Chiefs will glance
nto the past during halftime with
Reminisces of the Past.
TRY RASH!
Coeds can come clean with
the aid of a lecture series pre presented
sented presented on campus by a sun-
Jry expert.
Mrs. Alice Warrington, spe specialist
cialist specialist for Automatic Vending
Inc., is conducting lectures in
fbrmatories and sorority houses
on the proper use of washing
machines and dryers.
She explained problems have
arisen when girls tax the ma machine
chine machine by using too many soap
suds. Schedules are posted in
dorms and sorority houses for
those Interested in hearing the
lectures.

mm wlohma alligator

vanced studies to help industry,
and provide a division for the
use of educational TV and ra radio
dio radio throughout the state univer university
sity university system.

UF President Reitz did not see
a copy of the proposal until the
first of the two day session, which
began last Friday on campus.
Reitz Objects
Dr. Reitz objected to the new
institute, charging that it would
take the Board of Control out of
fees traditional role of policy mak making
ing making and put it in the field of ad administration.
ministration. administration. The institute would
report directly to the Board of
Control.
Florida State University Presi President
dent President Gordon Blackwell and Uni University
versity University of South Florida President
John S. Allen joined President
Reitz in voicing their objections
to the new institute.
They asked the board to de delay
lay delay action on the framework of
the program until specific de details
tails details could be iromed out to
protect quality education in
the program.
Blackwell said the graduate
dean and the extension division
are usually poles apart and he
called the new institute which
draws the two together a little
unsound educationally.
Allen said removing more
courses from the campus centers
in fields like science and engi engineering
neering engineering where they are particu particularly
larly particularly needed by industry could
cut down on the quality of edu education.
cation. education.
(See BOARD Page 8)

FSU Formerly Rooted. For UF

By LEA BUSSEY
Gator Staff Writer
With thousands of Florida State
fans arriving in Gainesville for the
Gators fourth annual football clash
with FSU tomorrow, the rivalry is
growing keener.
*> But it wasnt always that way.
Until 1947, when Florida and
FSU became coed schools, the Flor Florida
ida Florida men and the Tallahassee girls
rooted together for the Gators.
Some of our greatest fans came
from FSU. Theyd come by the bus bus!
! bus! load o cheer us on, reminisced Rob Robi
i Robi ert C. Beaty, director of alumni as as!
! as! fairs.
Since the Florida Woman was
I noticeably missing from the campus
J and with her, Broward Lobby and
last minute coffee dates Florida
men looked eagerly to Tallahassee for
dates. Since accommodations for girls
were limited, on special weekends the
frat men would double up in the dorm
and turn their house over to their

But Florida State University and the Uni University
versity University of South Florida support the tri trimester
mester trimester plan.
An agreement on the choice might be
made at the October meeting of the
Board of Control, said Webb. Each
school has surveyed its own needs and
mapped out its own plan, but neither
can agree on one system satisfying all
the four schools, Webb said.
He said the main reason UF backs the
quarter system is to give public school
teachers benefit of a full term in the sum summer.
mer. summer. Teachers have only ten weeks in
which to take courses for certificate re requirements.
quirements. requirements. >

M m ts
vKiv...
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DICK STRATTON
. . Growl Emcee

Jax TV Performer
Growl Emcee Choice

Jacksonville television personality Dick Straton will
emcee this years Gator Growl during the UFs 1961
Homecoming celebration, Oct. 27-28, Grown Chairman
Wayne Cobb announced Thursday.

Stratton, host of the Florida
football highlights show seen ev.
ery Sunday on a statewide hook hook.
. hook.
New Frontier
Needs Queen
HELP WANTED, FEMALE: A
UF beauty queen to reign over
the Gators new frontier.
A much-heralded campus campuswide
wide campuswide search for beauty the
Homecoming Sweetheart contest
is gathering momentum. Prelimi Preliminary
nary Preliminary judging of the hopeful
Sweethearts will be held Oct. 7
at the University Inn.
State-wide publicity i 6 in
store for the three finalists and
their sponsors. The girls will be
treated to an afternoon tour and
an overnight stay at Silver
Springs.
Publicity pictures will be taken
for the state-wide trips which
include stops in Jacksonville and
Miami. Television appearan c e s
are also scheduled.
Th e contest entrants must have
a 2.0 overall grade point average
and must be sponsored by an or organization.
ganization. organization. Deadline for submis submission
sion submission of applications and the $lO
fee to chairman Mike Parks in
the Blue Key office in the Flor Florida
ida Florida Union is Oct. 3.
The sponsor of the Sweetheart
will receive extra points in the
competition for the Homecoming
Sweepstakes Trophy.

GRUDGE GAME IS MEW

University of Florida, GainesvilleFriday,September3o,l96l

(EDITOR'S NOTE: It's that Him
again when Gators and Seminoles
vie on Florida Field. But it wasn't
always that way. Many remember
when Gators and Seminoles
were swamp buddies"!
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I

The quarter term would coincide with
teachers summer break, but the trimester
term would begin too soon for them to
enter.
Legislature Orders
The Florida legislature stipulated in the
last session that state universities could
receive their general appropriations only
if they went to full year operation. Either
the trimester or the quarter plan would
meet that goal.
Each plan would also accelerate the
study load and cut a students time in
college from four to three years, Webb
said.
(See PLANNERS DEADLOCKED Page 2)

U. S. Fears Freedom,
Face Danger: Petrovich
By BOBBIE FLEISCHMAN
Gator Staff Writer
The United States may land in the garbage heap of
history if Americans dont lose their fear of freedom,
according to Dr. Michael B. Petrovich in a speech Thurs Thursday
day Thursday at the Eighth Annual Scholarship Convocation.

We think of threats to free freedom
dom freedom as coming from the outside,
he said, but it ie a psycho psychological
logical psychological as well as a political
problem.
He spoke of a kind of para paralysis
lysis paralysis which can destroy a na nation
tion nation which lacks courage and in individuality
dividuality individuality among all its citizens.

up, is a UF graduate. He is also
sports director of WJXT televi television
sion television station in Jacksonville.
He will serve as master of cer ceremonies
emonies ceremonies for a show which began
in 1932 as a small bonfire and pep
rally and has since grown into
the largest all-student show in the
world.
Growl Director Cobb said he
was elated that Stratton had ac accepted
cepted accepted the post.
Hes a pro, Cobb said, with
a professional attitude toward the
whole show, and some of his ideas
are genuinely exciting.
I think that with this profes professional
sional professional touch Stratton will give
Growl, it will be the best ever
produced. He has promised to
spend much time on campus prior
to Growl working with our com committee,
mittee, committee, and this, Im sure, will
reflect in the final production.
Cobb added.

TWENTY-FIVE BEING INVESTIGATED

Six Convicted in Spring Final Theft

By TOM GIBSON
Gator Staff Writer
Large scale final exam thefts
of last semester are gradually be being
ing being cleared up. according to UF
Honor Court Chancellor BiU Tric Trickel.
kel. Trickel. We hope to have all cases
tried by the end of November,
Trickel said.

All over the world people
are living without freedom,
he said, and not necessarily
because it was taken from
them by force. They have sacri sacrificed
ficed sacrificed their individuality for
security.
Either these people are not
aware of the price they are pay paying
ing paying or they are willing to pay
it.
Petrovich said that the U.S.
may reach a similar state if its
citizens dotnt leam to assert
and treasure their individuality.
He told of the loneliness of a
really free person as opposed
to the security offered by indi individuality-robbing
viduality-robbing individuality-robbing groups.
Make sure tnat you dont
surrender to groups, he said,
no one can just sit and be free,
such freedom becomes deformed
and loses its value.
What we have now is tyranny
of the majority over the ma majority,
jority, majority, he added. Unreasoning
public opinion is just that.
Petrovich said that for the
past ten years Americans have,
in their hysterical fear of com communjem,
munjem, communjem, forced lawmakers to
make decisions against the wel welfare
fare welfare of the nation.
He pointed out that commun communism
ism communism and Fascism were originated
in the West and were the product
to Western thinking.
Bewarethere is some of the
Communist and some of the Fas Fascist
cist Fascist in everyone here today. The
threat is within ourselves.
He quoted an Immigrant as
saying Americans can afford
so much freedom because they
dont use it.
A recording of the speech will
be presented at 8:05 p.m. on
Monday over WRUF.

The Chancellor said six st u udents
dents udents have been convicted since
the time of the thefts. Two of
the trials were held before the
the close of last semester and
four during the summer. All
pleaded guilty.
Penalties imposed upon the
guilty students ranged from 15

dates, the housemother and some ex extra
tra extra chaperones.
Since this setup led to obvious com complications,
plications, complications, the social activity was often
found in Tallahassee. Friday after afternoon
noon afternoon the streets would be lined with
boys hitchhiking to where the girls
were, and a few hours later Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville seemed almost a ghost town.
Today its a different story. Since
1958, when the football rivalry
started, both schools have empha emphasized
sized emphasized the importance of sportsman sportsmanship
ship sportsmanship and cooperation# according to
Beaty.
The winner of the game holds a
trophy, presented by the Exchange
Club of West St. Petersburg, until tne
next clash. The trophy depicts an In Indian
dian Indian and an alligator in battle.
As exciting as our new rivalry with
FSU is, it presents complications. FSU
girls who married Florida boys, now
usually sit in the Florida section yell yelling
ing yelling loudly for their almamater
which often leaves their husbands a
bit perplexed.
So rah-rah Gators and Yeah Semi Seminoles
noles Seminoles and oh the yelling when they
get home.

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FALL ELECTIONS
AHEAD; MANY
SEATS VACANT
Fall elections for three Ho Honor
nor Honor Court and Thirty Legisla Legislative
tive Legislative Councils seats will be held
Thursday, Oct. 12.
Qualifying deadline Is 5 p.
m. Oct. 5. Candidates must pay
a $4 qualifying fee before S p pm.,
m., pm., Thursday, Oct. 5.
The Council seats open in include
clude include ten off-campus and twen twenty
ty twenty on campus living area posi positions.
tions. positions.
Voting booths will be in the
respective residential areas for
on campus and the Hub and
Norman Hall for Off-Campus.

Revisions Voted On
At Council Meeting

The Legislative Council held
their first meeting Tuesday night,
rejecting most of the proposed
student body constitutional
amendments presented for appro approval.
val. approval.
Seven articles were drafted by
an administrative constitutional
revision committee, headed by
Secretary of Legislative Affairs,

penalty hours to one year suspen suspension
sion suspension plus 15 penalty hours. All
convicted students received failing
grades in the courses they were
convicted of cheating in and two
students lost all credit for last
semesters work. Two cases were
dismissed.
Fifteen penalty hours means
that a student must take an ad additional
ditional additional 15 semester hours above
his required curriculum in order
to graduate.
Trickel said that approximate approximately
ly approximately 25 to 30 students are still
under investigation. Some of
them ar e already on docket.
As far as we can tell, Tric Tricel
el Tricel said, there has been no da damage
mage damage done as a result of the
thefts, nor do we believe that
anyone involved will get off.
The present Student Government
Constitution forbids the publica publication
tion publication of any students names found
guilty of an offense of the Honor
system.
Fallout' Shelters
To be Course
Offered at Us
The UF has been selected as
one of seven educational units
throughout the nation to partici participate
pate participate in a series of two week
courses on public fallout shelter
survey and design, President J.
Wayne Reitz has announced.
Dean Joseph Weil, of the Col College
lege College of Engineering, said the
course, under the joint sponsor sponsorship
ship sponsorship of the College of Engineering
and the College of Architecture
and Fine Arts, will begin October
2. The program is being financed
by a grant from the federal gov government.
ernment. government. Under the terms of the
contract, the government also
reserves the right to select the
i trainees for the course.

MONTY TRAINER VOLUNTEERS SN'S
... to Set Up Albert 1 Honor Guard
Snake Protection
Pledged To Albert
By JACK HORAN
Gator Staff Writer
Albert, the often-harrassed alligator, will now enjoy
24-hour protection from potential assailants.
The 38-year-old mascot, who has been the victim
of paintings, axings and other damaging pranks, has
caught the sympathy of Sigma Nu fraternity.

Because they are tired of
seeing the school mascot des desecrated,
ecrated, desecrated, the fraternity plans

Bob Harris.
The provisions passed, which
will be voted on by the student
body in the forthcoming fall elec elections,
tions, elections, deal with election date
changes, freshman council, sum summer
mer summer school, student fees, and Ho.
nor Court Revisions.
An attempt to change the line
of presidential succession by a
partisan vote of 7-6, with only 13
of the lawmakers present. If
adopted, the Secretary of Legisla Legislative
tive Legislative Affairs would follow the vice vicepresident
president vicepresident in case of a vacancy,
instead of the Secretary of Inter Interior.
ior. Interior.
In other business, a protect
Albert the alligator resolution
was sent to President Bruce Bul Bullock
lock Bullock for study, and CSvarlie Bass
was elected council chaplain.

New Orange Peel Features
Gopher Turtles, Skydivers

Orange Peel, the often humorous and occasionally;
banned magazine, may go on sale today. Copies
can be purchased at the Hub Information Booth and at
busy campus sections. Available on a first-come, first firstserved
served firstserved basis, 6,500 copies are expected to be sold out by
noon.

Annual Picture
Schedule Set
Schedule of sitting times for
yearbook pictures for seniors and
fraternity and sorority members
has been released by Semin-,
ole editor Bob Kent.
Men should wear a dark coat
and Ue and women should wear
a dark sweater. A $1.50 charge
will be required to cover photo photography
graphy photography expenses.
Sitting times are 1 to 5 p, ni*
and 7 to 11 p. m. Monday through
Thursday and Bto 11:30 a. m.
and 1 to 5 p. m. Fridays at the
Seminole Business Office, Room 7,
in the basement of the Florida
Union.
All seniors who will be leav leaving
ing leaving campus to intern this fall
may come in any time before
they leave and have their
pictures made.
Schedule for next week is as
follows: On Monday, Oct. 2, sen seniors
iors seniors whose names begin with A
and members of Alpha Epsilon
(See ANNUAL Page S)

Edueafton
Or Bait?
Sea Page 4 )

Eight Pages This Edition

to post a round-the-clock guard
to stymie weekend pranksters.

Monty Trainer, initiator of the
strategy, said that a guard would
be stationed at the reptiles pen
tonight, and would remain there
until Sunday. We will alternate
a man every two hours, and prob probably
ably probably poet two sentries for Satur.
day night.
| Trainer pointed out that a large
dumber of Florida State students
would be on campus then, and
some of them may try to harm
Albert.
The Sigma Nu spokesman
presented a resolution to the
Legislative Council Tuesday
nigh*, calling tor the retain retainment
ment retainment of the alligator and steps
to prevent further Injury to Mm.
(Laot week a movement started
to have Al turned out to pasture
in Lake Alice and a fountain be
erected in his cage).
Trainer hoped |hat other fra.
temi'lies would engage in the pro.
ject. and also alternate on < the
weekend vigil.

In todays Orange Peel will be
found a four page cartoon spread
by the editorial staff, a serious
story on UF sky-diving chib, and
a bit of Floridiana on gopher
turtle him ting in the GvUle area.
The Orange Peel will appear
three times this semester instead
of the usual two. The extra is issue
sue issue will come between the regtb
lar Fall and Winter lame. H will
be a giant Homecoming edition
to be sold at the L.S.U. game*
Oct. 7.
The future looks very good
this year for those who enjoy
reading the Peel, said editor Don
Addis.
Main feature us the Homeeenu
ing number will be raprin f s erf
classic" items from past Peels
dating back to 1931. Addis plans
to have 11,500 copies printed. H
hopes to have them sold in front
of the Stadium before the game.
Addis stated that he Is espec especially
ially especially proud of the fact that his is
one of the few eolleg'e humor
magazines that does not undergo
any pre-publication censorship
According to Addis the-only cen
sor the Pejll has is fear. |~



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Cure for job boredom:
I made my favorite
pastime my career!
Richard Bertram, President
Bertram YachfCo., Division of Nautec Corp.
When you stop to think what percent of our total waking
hours is spent bread-winning, you realize how tragic it is
for any man to work at an occupation he doesnt enjoy.
Besides frittering away life, it reduces chances of success
to just about zero. I know... because it almost happened
to met
After college, I did what I thought was expected of me
and joined a solid, Manhattan-based insurance firm. I
soon found office routine wasnt for me. I lived only for

HIT L Richard Bertram, while still in his early
Pin thirties, became one of the country's y <
MU g|at leading yacht brokers. Today he heads ~ *. # I*s
g up eight companies covering yacht manu- *js|p; f|fe Jf PUMWIM
facturing, insurance, repair, storage,
1 nance and brokerage. A resident of at
1 Coconut Orove, Florida, Dick became a Ml w |
ft j Camel fan while still in college. *j* Wk fK|p
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The Florida Alligator, Fridoy, Septembar 29, 1961

FBK Drops Invitation' Tradition for Speakers

By BOBBIE FLEISUHMAN
Gator Staff Writer
The by invitation only* system
of selecting Florida Blue Key
speakers is out and applicants are
now being sought, according to
Speakers Bureau chairman Lar Larry
ry Larry Stewart.
Application forme and appoint appointments
ments appointments for interviews can be ob obtained
tained obtained until Oct. 6 in Room 12
of the Florida Union, between 2
and 5 p.m.
HC Set Standard
There are no formal require requirements
ments requirements for selection, Stewart said,
and those without previous exper experience

lunch hour when I could walk to the Battery and mentally
sail with the ships that stood out in the Narrows ... and
for the summer weekends when I could go sailing. Fortu Fortunately,
nately, Fortunately, the company I worked for is one of the leading
insurers of yachts and after two yerrs I was transferred
to their Yacht Underwriting Department Enjoyment and
interest in my work improved immediately 100%.
After World War 11, I started my own yacht brokerage
firm and yacht insurance agency in Miami, combining my
marine insurance background with an even closer rela relationship
tionship relationship with boats.
My only problem ever since has been a feeling of guilt
that my work was too easy. I love boats and boating
people. That affection has paid me rewards way beyond
the financial security it has also provided.
The morals obvious. You have an odds-on chance for
success and happiness working at what you enjoy most
what comes naturally! And if its not just frivolous, your
lifes work could well be what you now consider just a
pastime. Its certainly worth thinking about, anyway!

ience experience will undergo a training pro program.
gram. program. They will be briefed on to topics
pics topics for discussion and will write
their own speeches.
Persons who have participated
in the past win not be required
to go through the training period,
he added.
Progress Report
The 50 persons chosen will ap appear
pear appear before groups throughout
Florida and give a progress re report

Planners Deadlocked
Over Schedule Change

(Continued From Page ONE)
He explained that if students
went to school year round, the
output of graduates could in increase
crease increase by one-third, but will more
likely ris e about one-fifth.
Quarter System
If UF does get the quarter sys system,
tem, system, what changes will the accel accelerated
erated accelerated program mean?
As outlined by Webb, the plan
will:
1. Shorten terms to 10 weeks.
2. Reduce students course load
to a maximum 12 hours, making
it possible to earn 48 semester
hours credit in a full year.
3. Schedule 45-minute class
periods meeting five days a
week, or an equivalent time.
4. Keep the present gradua graduation
tion graduation requirements, since students
will still earn full semester-hour
credit.
What about changes under the
trimester plan? It would:
1. Shorten term to three ;
months.
2 Keep present course load,
which averages 15 hours.
3. Increase hours spent in class,
retaining the present Monday-
Wednesday-Friday-T u e s d a y-
Thursday scheduling.

Lame Duck Out
If Quarter's In
0
If UF doeg go to the quar quarter
ter quarter system, the proposed ca calendar
lendar calendar for 1962 would be:
First quarter : Registra ti 0 n
and first class Sept, 9;
Thanksgiving Holidays Nov.
22-29; Classes end Dec. 11;
Exams end Dec. 19; Vaca.
tion Dec. 20 to Jan. 2.
Second quarter: Registration
Jan. 8-5; Classes start
Jan. 5; Classes end March
15; Exams end March 23.
Third quarter : Registration
March 28-30; Classes start
April 1; Classes end June 7;
Exams and registration for
fourth quarter June 8-15.
Fourth quarter: Classes start
Jun e 17; Classes end Aug.
16; Exams end Aug. 29.
The next session would begin
Sept. 28, 1963.
Webb will explain the two al alternate
ternate alternate plans to studentc Oct.
12, in a Student Government Governmentsponsored
sponsored Governmentsponsored discussion. The meet meeting
ing meeting will be in University Audi Auditorium
torium Auditorium at 7:15 p.m. SGA will
take a student opinion poll on
the two full year programs dur during
ing during the session.

port report on the UF. Transportation
will be provided by the Speakers
Bureau.
The new selection policy is
part of a general revamping of
the Speakers Bureau.
hi the past weve reached
clubs in a hit-or-miss way, Ste Stewart
wart Stewart said. Now were planning
to have systematic coverage of
clubs all over the state. We will
visit Kiwanis Clubs this semester,

4. Also retain semester hour
credit and present graduation
requirements.
Study-Free X-mas
Both systems eliminate the
lame duck session between Christ Christmas
mas Christmas holidays and January final
exams.
As for the teaching load, Webb
said, instructors will teach three
of the four quarters, roughly equal
to two semesters of teaching
time. Faculty members may vo volunteer
lunteer volunteer to teach a fourth quarter
for extra pay.

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and will pick up the other civic
clutoa in the spring.
Two-Year Qycles
Each dub will be reached once
every two years. i
Stewart said that the purpose
of the bureau is to acquaint the
people of Florida with the UFs
progress as well as its deficien deficiencies.
cies. deficiencies.
We dont want to whitwash the
things that are wrong, he said.
In the past the bureau has been
attacked for presenting only the
good side of the Universitys pro program.
gram. program.
Pamphlet Readied
A brochure emphasizing points
to be covered in the speeches
is currently being prepared by
Jim Shapro. It will be presented
to all speakers.

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Crowd Star
Os Frosh
Talent Nile
Audience participation from
community singing to stage-hand
recruiting, keynoted the Fresh Freshman
man Freshman Talent Show Saturday in
Florida Gym.
Continuing the audience parti participation
cipation participation theme Ekncee Mickey
Tarter and has helper Alice Lun Lundy
dy Lundy called on two members of the
audience to operate the spotlights
for the show.
Entertainment also included
dance numbers, musical groups,
singers, and novelty acts. j
Political speeches for freshman
class offices followed the show,
and preceded a dance, featuring
recording star Steve Alai mo.
Both the talent show and the

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dance were sponsored by Stu Student
dent Student Government and the Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Junior Chamber of Com Commerce.
merce. Commerce.

Board
(Continued From Page ONE)
The question oi the institute
came up at a Board of Control
meeting last January, but the
board decided against it. Sev Several
eral Several changeovers in board
membership have taken place
since that time, however.
Dr. Charles Forman, Ft. Lau Lauderdale
derdale Lauderdale veterinarian and board
member, said neither the time
nor the community of present day
Florida are stable.
He said the program couldnt
be handled in traditional manner,
but needed to get off the ground
immediately to attract and keep
industry.
The new institute Is expected
to serve industrys professional
people with graduate level pro programs
grams programs and counseling within easy
commuting reach.
Gainesville and Tallahassee
are a million miles away from
Broward County, Forman said.
Men in industry haye a universal
feeling that technical training at
the college level and graduate
training for their professional peo people
ple people are a prime state need, he
said.
Board member Ken Guern Guernsey,
sey, Guernsey, Jacksonville, was the only
one voting no to the immed immediate
iate immediate action of the Board.
He said the point of issue is
who is to run the show. He
asked added time for the presi presidents
dents presidents to study the proposal, and
said he was confused as to how
fc-n outside organization could
step into the presidents shoes to
administer the program.
Director Defends
In defense of his plan, Dr. Bro Broward
ward Broward Culpepper, Executive Di Director
rector Director of the Board of Control,
said the Board is in the business
of establishing new institutions
and names the director. If this
meant the Board is in administra administration,
tion, administration, he said it is the same as be being
ing being in administration in naming
the president at Boca Raton or
the University of South Florida.

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WHO provides the communications channels for Americas missile defenses?
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WHO used the moon for two-way conversations across the country?
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WHO supplies the most and the best telephone service in the world?
WHO has the UNIVERSAL communications organization?
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THERES ONLY ONE ANSWER TO ALL TEN QUESTIONS
BELL TELEPHONE SYSTEM 0
Pioneering m outer space to improve communications on earth

Blue Parly
Takes Vote;
Ellis Prexy
By DAVID WEST
Gator Staff Writer
Reed Ellis, of Gainesville, led
the entire Blue Party slate to vie.
tory in Freshman elections Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday,
Ellis, a 533 to 410 winner over
Orange Party presidential candi candidate
date candidate Buddy Jacobs of Fernandina
Beach, was followed in victory by
running mates John Ritch and
Don Davis.
The Blue Party led the race
through the ballot-count, with
Orange Party picking up strong
support from Broward.
Promising to serve the UFs
largest freshman class with in.
tegrity, fairness and intelligence,
Ellis thanked those who worked
with him in the ejection.
Jacobs, assured Ellis of his
support in building a closer fresh freshman
man freshman class than there has been in
the past.
The campaign, which brought
new gimmicks into UF politics
with the Jacobs refreshment
stand and the Ellis bandwagon,
went very smoothly according
to Secretary of Elections Don
Anchor.
Annual
(Continued From Page ONE)
Pi fraternity will be photograph photographed.
ed. photographed.
J. Hillis Miller memorial schol scholarships
arships scholarships were presented to lower
division students Mary Alley,
Kenneth Keyes, Michael Stratil,
David Tracy, Carol Weber, Ben Benjamin
jamin Benjamin Hendricks, Richard John Johnson,
son, Johnson, Mary Kdcher, Howard Rus Ruskin
kin Ruskin and Judith Spurlock.
Upper division recipients of
the scholarships were Frederick
Thrift, David Boubelik, Edith
Frerldng, Patricia Clark, Sa Saranne
ranne Saranne Grandson, Ralph Iwens,
Barbara Peeples; Dianne Fish Fisher,
er, Fisher, John Ebel and Ruth Gerish.
Pi Lambda Phi, Alpha Epsilon
Pi, Delta Upsilon, Alpha Epsilon
Phi, and Kappa Delta were rec- I
ognized as having the highest
scholastic averages among fra- j
ternities and sororities.

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THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR

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The FLORIDA ALLIGATOR I a the official student newspaper of the University of Florida and la published every
Tuesday and Friday moraine except daring holidays and vacation periods. The FLORIDA GATOR Is entered as second
class matter at the United States Post Office at Gainesvill > Florida. Offices are located In Rooms 1> 10 and 14 in
the Florida Union Building Basement. Telephone University of Florida FR 6-3201, Ext. 2021, and request either editorial
office or business office.
Editor-in-Chief Neil Swan
Managing Editor Bill Curry
Business Manager Hendrik Browne
EDITORIAL STAFF
Bobbie Fleischman, Pat Tmwtall. David West, Fred
'' Schneider, Marryanne Awtrey, Jan Lathrop. Tom Gib Gibson,
son, Gibson, Gary Peacock, Carole Bardella, Nancy Mykel,
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Lebow, Jack Horan, Sally Smith, Mike Colodny, Bob
Malone. Ann McAdams, G. P. Laarre, John Grant.
Sue Cauthen. John Eichrodt, Lea Buaeey, Sue Goodman.
Carole Buller, John Schrieker.

BUSINESS STAFF
Assistant Business Manager: Gary Burke
National Adv.- Manager, Dave Champion? Office Man Manager,
ager, Manager, Linda Mark; Ad Salesman. Dave Hamilton.

Education Or Bait?

"Things are moving mighty fast in
Floridas program of higher educa education.
tion. education. New universities and junior col collieges
lieges collieges are popping up around the
state, existing universities have been
required to establish a year-round op operation
eration operation and Gov. Bryant has come up
with a new method of university fi financing
nancing financing with his sls million bond
issue proposal.
Apparently the states leaders have
become very conscious of the value of
a good system of public universities.
But a close look at some of the recent
decisions leaves the impression that
these state leaders have discovered
thafhigher education is also valuable
as a lure in attracting new industries
to the state.
* *
THE REALIZATION of a need for
more scientific and engineering train training
ing training for the employees of these new in industries
dustries industries has evidently played an im important
portant important part in the Board of Controls
recent decision to scrap the General
Extension program and to replace it
with-the Institute for Continuing Uni University
versity University Studies. 1

It's Our Home Town

A college newspaper such as the
Alligator has many responsibilities
and duties to maintain if it is to ade adequately
quately adequately achieve its purpose more
responsibilities, perhaps, than the
typical community newspaper. This
newspaper has a greater than average
Tesponsibility to present fair, unbiased
reports because it is in part supported
by student fees and because it repre represents
sents represents the only publication which reg reg,
, reg, ularly reaches all phases of the uni university
versity university community. There is no com competition.
petition. competition.
* *
WE SHALL make every effort to
keep the news columns unbiased and
free from opinion. The opinions will
be confined to the editorial page,
where they are labeled as such.
With a greater number of pages
this year, we plan to devote more of
our space to serving the needs of the
students and their organizations. We
0 hope that readers will feel that the
Alligator is their paper and that its
columns will reflect their interests.
Students are sometimes surprisingly
uninformed of the vast variety of ac activities
tivities activities and achievements being car carried
ried carried out in laboratories and classrooms
off the beaten campus path or outside
thCT.ealm of their own in interest.
terest. interest. It is the responsibility of the
cafitpus newspaper to tie the scattered
elements of the university community
together to spread the word of the
; UFs accomplishments and to help in instill
still instill a pride in being a pari of a dy dynamic
namic dynamic and respected institution.
*
BUT THE Alligator is not solely for
the students. The faculty, too, relies

YOU WERE THERE
The Best Show Is In The Grandstand

By PAT CAULAN
T saw a.lot of old friends at the
game Saturday: Jack Daniels,
Johnny Walker, Mr. Boston .
students here never lack in
fightn spirit .
The game was really a good
one. But once upon a time
before Ray Graves, the only
show was in the stands. Now we
get one on the field too, but the
spontaneity still belongs to the
students. s
Like when the conglomeration
of high .school band students
pranced and wiggled all at once,
in different directions during the
half-time. And the announcer
asked, Isnt this a colorful
spectacle?
And the dour heckler rejoined,

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Editorials

SPORTS STAFF
Sports Editor: Mike Gora
Staff writers: Robert Green. Jared Lebow, Fran War Warren.
ren. Warren. Lynda Roark. Phi] Hevner.

"Yeah. An if this was on color
TV, everyone would be adjust adjusting
ing adjusting his set.

That damned Seminole is ply plying
ing plying into my wallet again. Pre Previously,
viously, Previously, $3.90 of my activity fee
paid for it.
True, the editors would print
only half enough yearbooks and
spend more on each one. (They
always ran out of money any anyway.)
way.) anyway.)
The obvious- problem of more
students than yearbooks was
met with Machiavellian elan.
The annuals got .iere during fi finals
nals finals sometimes later. Few
students had time for them.
It was a good system. The
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Friday, September 29, 1961

The Boards discussion of the Insti Institute
tute Institute centered on methods of providing
this type of instruction to state indus industries
tries industries graduate level programs of offered
fered offered within easy commuting distance
of metropolitan areas.
* *
PRESIDENTS of the UF, FSTJ and
the new University of South Florida
protested establishment of the new
Institute in vain. They wanted time
ty study the proposal and weigh its
against the present extension
program. But no time was granted
and no outside studies were made.
Why was there no attempt to
gather representatives of the busi business,
ness, business, industries and universities to
work out an outline of what is needed
in an expanded extension program?
It seems the Board put the cart be before
fore before the horse in setting up the Insti Institute
tute Institute without making an effort to de determine
termine determine the extent of its need. But
the most objectionable thing the
Boards decision was its suddenness.
Only a chosen few knew that the ac action
tion action was even being considered and
its too late to object now.

upon it for the dissemination of news
and opinion. And the UF newspaper
has another role in serving the people
of the state after all, this is their
university.' They have a right to know
first-hand what is going on. Campus
news should meian something to those
who are directing the course of the
UFs future.
But the Alligator will not limit itself
entirely to the activities on this cam campus
pus campus or in the state. Regional, national
and world will be discussed
on the editorial page. From time to
time, or editorials of merit or
particular interest will be re-printed
from other campus or community
newspapers.
* *
ANY HOME-TOWN newspaper is
an integral pari of its community. The
home-town paper uses its editorial
freedom to criticize and to opinionize
and so will we. But we will not
criticize simply because it is the thing
to do or because it is expected. The
criticism will always have as its basis
the goal of improving some condition
in the university community. Public
sentiment on of the issues that
will arise this year may be very one onesided,
sided, onesided, but we shall attempt to examine
the issues as objectively as possible.
We will express our independent in interpretation
terpretation interpretation of the situation even in
the face of an overwhelming opposite
opinion. %
* *
THEBE ARE some of our responsi responsibilities.
bilities. responsibilities. It is the responsibility of the
reader to determine whether we are
fulfilling them.

Seminole was a kind of consola consolation
tion consolation prize if you had to go to
summer school.
*
Orientation seems to have
been well organized. Almost too
much' so. It was dangerous to
get caught in the path of an
orientation group thundering
toward an objective in the nar narrow
row narrow Florida Union halls.
I understand the orientation
leaders herded the frosh through
the Honor Court and Florida
Blue Key offices and then
wound up the torn- in the pool
hall.
* *
There were so many innocent innocentlooking
looking innocentlooking freshmen at the game.
Wait till next week.

What About Your REAL Son?
UNDERCURRENT

No One Minds Opposite
Opinions In Print,BUT...

By JOHN GRANT
On Monday, Sept. 4, 1961, the
Orlando Sentinel printed a let letter
ter letter to the editor which was a
prime example of American
Puritanism. It seems that Mrs.
Evelyn Howell, a summer stu student
dent student at UF, found her educa educational
tional educational experience so harrowing
that she was compelled by her
conscience to alert the citizenry
of Orange County to the educa educational
tional educational danger confronting them
at UF.
The editor of the Sentinel,
whose moral structure was like likewise
wise likewise shaken by the letter, print printed
ed printed an addendum to the letter:
A terrifying report. State
Board of Control, UF President
J. Wayne Reitz, Gov. Bryant,
please take note Editor.
Wll.t
shore in Lake AklT
Wauburg? Per- GRANT
haps she discovered that Al Albert,
bert, Albert, our worm-ridden, lovable
saurian was a Red agent?
* *
FOR SOME reason, neither of
.these possibilities occurred to
the letter writer. What did con concern
cern concern her was the fact that our
children were being taught at
UF to challenge some of the
outmoded beliefs handed down
by parents today.
This she feels is an edu educational
cational educational encroachment. She
writes: We are told that many
children come to school with
outmoded and outdated moral
beliefs and behavior, that these
beliefs are not in keeping with
our present social arrangements
and therefore the teacher (lis (listen
ten (listen to this?) not only has a right
but an obligation to help the
child examine the outdated be beliefs
liefs beliefs his mother and father
taught him at home._
In opposition to this stagger staggering
ing staggering intimation Mrs. H. further
writes:
It would take little more
than an imbecile to foresee the
disillusionment and cynicism
that such teaching and indoc indoctrination
trination indoctrination as the above would
breed in the hearts of our young
people.
*
ANOTHER intolerable injus injustice
tice injustice perpetrated upon the stu student
dent student citizenry, according to Mrs.
H. was the Summer Gators de defense
fense defense of Ross Koens speech on
Cuba. Koen, a visiting professor
sponsored by the Florida Union
Board, intimated that Castro
was not a madman but a man
who felt he was acting in the
interest of his country and who
was forced to turn to Russia
when the U. S. refused to refine
oils purchased from Russia in
the American-owned refineries
in Cuba.
The local newspaper in
Gainesville printed a vitriolic
editorial criticizing Koens views
and expressing surprise that UF
would allow such a person to
speak here.
The Summer Gator answered
the editorial -with one of its own
thanking the University for re respecting
specting respecting the students ability to
hear and weigh both sides of an
issue. We came here to the
University to learn . not to
be indoctrinated.

THE ISSUE did not die there.
Mrs. H took offense at the Ga Gator
tor Gator reply and, holding her
breath until summer classes

were over, she wrote the letter
to the Sentinel criticizing the
Summer Gators answer. She
writes:
A further indication of the
atmosphere of much of the
school (UF), not all, can be
found by reading issues of the
Summer Gator ... It gives an
account of a Castro sympathizer
who was permitted to speak on
the campus together with a
sympathetic justification of the
sympathizers speech.
The ultimate blow in demol demolishing
ishing demolishing Mrs. Hs confidence in
UF teaching came from a com comment
ment comment by a UF teacher who said
that communism should be
taught in an unbiased fashion so
that it might speak for itself.
The pinkery was climaxed by
the comment that an active Red
should teach the course.
Some have difficulty in be believing
lieving believing that an unbiased Red
could be found to teach such a
course, but the point is that
college students should be en enlightened
lightened enlightened enough to be able to
hear the other side without fear
of a landslide on campus.
*
EX-GOV. Collins once made a
delightful reply to Gen. Sump Sumpter
ter Sumpter Lowry, militant reactionary
who had objected to allowing
Mikoyan to visit Florida. Oollins
said he felt no fear of the man
and those who did could stay
in their rooms with the shades
drawn. This perhaps best exem exemplifies
plifies exemplifies the general attitude of
the more enlightened.
Some of the accusations made
by the letter writing Mrs. H
might be valid as criticisms if
they were documented. Unfor Unfortunately,
tunately, Unfortunately, they arent. She tells
us in one sentence that th
teacher said this or that while
in the next she writes: We
are told this or that. At the
end of the article, reference is
made to the text for the course
(Stanley Smith etc.) but no doc documentation
umentation documentation is given for any
quotes she used. Even a fresh freshman
man freshman couldnt get away with
that obfuscation.
Few people object to seeing
opposite opinions in pr i nt.
What is objectionable is the in inability
ability inability on the part of some peo people
ple people and some papers to under understand
stand understand that other opinions are
valid; that they are valuable in
ferreting out truth.
Let them fear bondage who
are slaves to fear: the sweet sweetest
est sweetest freedom is an honest heart.
John Ford.
(EDITORS NOTE: Mrs.
Howells letter prompted UF
President J. Wayne Reitz to
write a letter to the Orlando
Sentinel which was published
W'ednesday, Sept. 27. Dr. Reitz
explained that the Instructor In
the course under question was
an interim teacher and that she
is no longer teaching at the UF
und has not yet been reached
for comment. He said the UF
was conducting an investigation
into the matter.
The administration has con contacted
tacted contacted another student who was
in Mrs. Howells class. Dr.
Reitz letter .said .* While state statements
ments statements such as those contained
in Mrs. Howells account were
made, it was this students im impression
pression impression that they were not set
forth as personal viewpoints of
the instructor, but only included
In a listing of various points of
view taken on controversial is issues
sues issues by individuals in America
today. This is a teaching meth method
od method sometimes used in presenting
opposing viewpoints ... We re regret
gret regret that she did not voice her
objections to her department
head, to the dean, or to some
member of the administration
during the time the course was
in session.

THE FLAIL

Beware Os Those Glad-Hand Charlies

By JOHN MILLER
Each year, the first column
a fella writes for the paper is
a Hi Freshmen. .Welcome
Back!
Hi Freshmen! Welcome back!
Obviously this tradition stems
from the old campus bit called
hazing and is meant to con confuse
fuse confuse the incoming frosh to the
career out of :
this. Would MILLER
you believe
that two members of the team
are over thirty-seven?) quickly
followed by a comment obvi obviously
ously obviously meant for those who have
been here before.
3 ln addition, /this form of ad address
dress address indicates a prior relation relationship
ship relationship or friendship, as is too
rarely the case. The entire fabri fabrication
cation fabrication appears to be the work
ot a small minority of Glad-
Hand Charlies to me and I offer
this word of caution.
* *
LATER IN the semester, you
will be asked to vote. Student
officers are chosen that way.
There is a big campaign with
insults, allegations, mud-sling mud-slinging,
ing, mud-slinging, cheating, stupidity. .
just like the grown-ups. .
and then thirty-five fraternity
men get together over seven
cases of 3.2 and they sit on the
boxes of votes while they decide
who won what. Then they bum
the ballots and announce the
winner. In that order. Another
campus tradition.
Moral: Do not vote for Glad-
Hand Charlies!
This does not include me,
should I run for anything. By
all means, vote for me. I have
a record of spotless stupidity
that will stand against any per performance
formance performance by a student politi politician,
cian, politician, past and/or present.
By the way, surprised to see
me back? I wrote a farewell
column at the end of last semes semester
ter semester and headed off, B.A. in
hand, to carve a fortune from
LETTERS
Class Meets
In Old Dorm
EDITOR.*
For months, we have wit witnessed
nessed witnessed the busy hordes of
workmen putting up new dorms.
This is a good sign per se. Cer Certainly
tainly Certainly you should provide ade adequate
quate adequate permanent housing for
present and future enrollment.
But, I think they are putting the
cart before the horse is to build
so many dorms to house so
many new people and yet not
increase or modernize the exist existing
ing existing classroom facilities in the
basic subjects.
For example, I went to Period
I, Russian 133 for the first time.
Do you know where it was lo located?
cated? located? It was in Bldg. OA which
is the new name for what used
to be Dorm I across from the
Hub. Youd never believe it un unless
less unless you went there.
THE PLACE must have been
bad enough to live in but for
classroom facilities it is im impossible.
possible. impossible. There is one class classroom
room classroom with no ventilation during
the summer and no heat in the
winter. Therq is a cold concrete
floor and all j sorts of posts and
pipes obscuring vision and in interfering
terfering interfering with the acoustics. To
top this off there was not one
single chair in the whole place!
The class and instructor had to
stand and the professor had to
delay the actual start of lessons
until some arrangement could
be made for seating.
Now as if this were not
enough, we learn that (offices
of) the whole Department of
Foreign Languages are located
in this little frame building.
One classroom and twelve or so
little cubicles so tiny the pro professors
fessors professors can barely turn around
let alone adequately counsel
students. Its no wonder with
conditions as bad as these, that
the University is losing valuable
teaching personnel.
TO ME, this deplorable situa situation
tion situation reflects some pretty poor
value judgments on the part of
the people of America and
Florida in general and on the
part of the Board of Control and
administration of the UF in par particular.
ticular. particular. Certainly in these fear fearridden
ridden fearridden days of tense negotiations
we ought to be laying particular
stress on foreign languages.
Either some definite program
should be started to allocate
available permanent classroom
space to departments such as
his one or new buildings ought
to be started along with the
new dormitory facilities.
CAROL H. EDWARD 6
Hume Stink
fades Away
Freshmen of Hume Hall re received
ceived received their first taste of cam campus
pus campus pranks last Friday.
Around midnight resident
counselors rushed through the
halls looking for a person or i
persons unknown who had re released
leased released some sort of gas bomb.
It smelled like perfume, but
it burned year eyes, said
George Bant, 1 DO. The gen general
eral general concensus was that the
fumes were coming in the north
windows from the lawn.
Doom were shut, halls vacat vacated,
ed, vacated, and windows opened for
about 15 minutes while the sweet
smelling odor cleared out.

our land of opportunity. A B.A.
In our land of opportunity is
worth as much as any dime
when purchasing a $2 item.
* *
I AM OF the conviction that
all those educators and admin administrators
istrators administrators who insist on students
earning a Bachelors before go going
ing going on with their education, or
who even suggest that a college
degree is the key to life (be it
a 8.A.), should be given one and
sent out to find a job.
Another warning. You have
heard, probably at every turn,
that there is a desperate need
for teachers. . our schools
stand empty with crying chil children
dren children huddled on the wings, beg begging
ging begging to be filled from a graduate
font of knowledge . children
who have schools and teachers
are sitting on each others laps
four deep because we cannot
find the space and the teachers
for them.
DO NOT BELIEVE THIS DE DECEIT!
CEIT! DECEIT!

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ONCE MORE, UNTO THE BREACH
With this installment I begin my eighth year of writing columns
for the makers of Marlboro Cigarettes, as fine a bunch of men
as you would meet in a month of Sundaysloyal, true, robust,
windswept, forthright, tattooedin short, precisely the kind
of men you would expect them to be if you were familiar with
the cigarettes they makeand I hope you arefor Marlboro,
like its makers, is loyal, true, robust, windswept, forthright,
tattooed.
There is, however, one important difference between Marl Marlboro
boro Marlboro and its makers. Marlboro has a filter and the makers do
notexcept of course for Windswept T. Sigafoos, Vice President
in charge of Media Research. Mr. Sigafoos does have a filter.
I dont mean that Mr. Sigafoos per tonally lias a filter. What I
mean is that he has a filter in his swimming pool at his home in
Fairbanks, Alaska. You might think that Fairbanks is rather
an odd place for Mr. Sigafoos to live, being such a long distance
i
from the Marlboro home office in New York City. But it should
be pointed out that Mr. Sigafoos is not required to be at work
until 10 A.M.
But I digress. This column, 1 say, will take up questions of
burning interest to the academic worldlike Should French
conversation classes be conducted in English? aifd Should
students be allowed to attend first hour classes in pajamas and
robes? and Can a student of 18 find happiness with an eco economics
nomics economics professor of 90?
Because many of you are new to college, especially freshmen,
perhaps it would be well in this opening column to start with
campus fundamentals. What, for example, does Alma Mater
mean? Well, sir, Alma Mater is Latin for send money.
What does Dean mean? Well, sir, Dean is Latin for
dont get caught.
What does dormitory mean? Well, sir, dormitory is
Latin for bed of pain.
Next, let u* discuss student-teacher relationships. In college
the keynote erf the relationship between student and teacher is
informality. When you meet a teacher on campus, you need
not salute. Simply tug your forelock. If you are bald and have
i no forelock, a low curtsey will suffice. In no circumstances
should you polish a teachers car or sponge and press his suit.
It is, however, permissible to worm his dog.
With the President of the University, of course, your relation relationship
ship relationship will be a bit more formal. When you encounter the Presi President,
dent, President, fling yourself prone on the sidewalk and sing loudly:
"Prexy it wine (
A Prexy is true
'm Prexy has eyes
* Os Lake Louise blue."
As you can see, the President of the University is called
Prexy. Similarly, Deans are called Dixie. Professors art
called Proxie. Housemothers are called Hoxie Moxie,
Students are called Amoebae.
IMI Mm SkateMi

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I cannot say that these condi conditions
tions conditions do not exist; 1 they well
may. But I think that teachers
have organized and back of
them somewhere stands & grin grinning
ning grinning Jimmy Hoffa. No matter
what you have your degree in,
jou havent got it in the right
thing and with the right quali qualifications.
fications. qualifications. In fact, the qualifica qualifications
tions qualifications are so steep that its a
wonder anyone is qualified to
tell you youre not qualified,
much less to teach your chil children.
dren. children.
1
* *
OH, BUT youll all find out.
After youre graduated and des desperately
perately desperately need a job to pay off
your student loans and to sup support
port support your family. (By then, you
always have a family. I dont!
I shot them all in July to keep
them from starving while I
looked for a teachers job.)
So I return . smile on face
~. song in heart. . bone in
throat.



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SOCIALLY SPEAKING

Greeks To Host FSU

By (JAROLE BULLER
Gator Society Editor
A fbotball weekend combined
with rush activities will mean a
full party schedule for UF
Greeks. 1
Sorority houses will be open
to prospective pledges again
Sunday afternoon for Skit Par Parties,
ties, Parties, as the girls narrow down
their choices in preparation for
Preferential* on Wednesday.
Sigma Nus start partying
Friday night to the times of
Terry and the Pirates from St.
Petersburg. After the game on
Saturday the Snakes will hear
Sammy and his Afro Beats.
The men of Phi Epsilon Pi
are holding their annual Sa Salute
lute Salute to April 27th party this
weekend, the Phi Eps way of
honoring all the gallant soldiers
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of the Boer War who gave
their lives on this day for The
Cause.
The Kartoons will provide
suitable background music for
the solemn (?) festivities.
Honoring alumni and FSU
guests for lunch and supper on
Saturday will be the PIKEs.
Saturday night the Embers
from Tallahasse will play for
dancers.
Also honoring their FSU bro brothers
thers brothers are the Phi Delts at a
closed party Friday, the KAs
at a Cowboys and Indians (Semi (Seminoles?)
noles?) (Seminoles?) Party on Saturday, and
the SAEs who will party cas casually
ually casually with FSU guests to the
music of Ldttlfc Jake and the
Blenders.
Sigma Chis will serve a buf buffet
fet buffet before the game for brothers,
FSU visitors and guests.
ATO brothers and dates will
hear Big John and the Untouch Untouchables
ables Untouchables at a casual party after the
game Friday night the party will
be closed for Alpha Taus, dates
and rushees

FIRST MEETINGS
Campus Organizations
Seek New Members

Organizational meetings for campus clubs and organizations are
scheduled to start this week. All those interested are urged to attend.

AMERICANS FOR DEMOCRAT DEMOCRATIC
IC DEMOCRATIC ACTION: A membership
meeting will be Friday in Room
218, Florida Union from 7:00 to
8:30 p.m.
ARAB CLUB: There will be a
meeting from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m.
in the Florida Union Room 116
Friday.
CHESS CLUB: A meeting i
slated Friday at 7:00 p.m. in
Room 215, Florida Union.
ALUMNI ASSOCIATION: There
will be a meeting Saturday from
10:00 to noon in the Florida Union
Oak Room.
YOUNG DEMOCRATS: A meet meeting
ing meeting will be in Room 324, Florida
Union Saturday from 9:30 a.m.

Cannes Winner Shows Here

By FRED SCHNEIDER
A great legend in modem
dress, a tale from the pen of
H. G. Wells, a drama of the
pressures of prejudice and the
fiery horse and easily*lost scalp'
of the calvaryman, all combine
for an average week of theater
viewing in Gainesville.
The first in j
the series is
Black Orphe Orphefyi
fyi Orphefyi us appearing at
" mw the State Oc Oc*
* Oc* tober 3-5.
This excellent
movie derives
its plot from the
Qreek legend
and Eurydice.
DARK The producers
go one step far fartherthey
therthey fartherthey take
the tale and add
a new background, with a similar
plot but a change in its surround surrounding
ing surrounding constituents and the result
is a Cannes Film Festival win- 1
ner.
The story itself is a passionate,
suspenseful thing that goes s he
limit on good entertainmentits
the best.
Happiness Evades
Two people caught in the web j
of circumstance and wrapped up
in a hellish situation of voodoo
and black magic never quite
find the happiness they both
seek. In its stead ttey only
find misery.
Breno Mello, in the lead role
as Orpheus, is a magnificent ac actor
tor actor who actually lives the part
he is playing.
Marp#ssa Dawn also turns In
one of the finest acting per performances
formances performances of the year in her
role as Eurydice.
TV-West To Screen
For those who enjoyed the
early days of TV and its rather
hack Westerns, The Florida
Theater brings us A Thunder
of Drums.
With Richard Boone, in the part j
of the rugged, rough and ready
calvaryman this shoot-em-up i
movie drags through its plot.
The really funny part of this*
movie comes when Luana Pat Pattan
tan Pattan falls in love with George
Hamilton. It seems that this
! sold so well in the movie, Home
j from the Hill that Hollywood
! decided it would do well in this]

Others keeping it casual this
weekend are the Delts, who will
dance to the Holidays from Or Orlando;
lando; Orlando; the SPEs, whose band is
coming from Florida A AM; and
the Betas, who will hear the
Combo Kings.
Phi Kappa Tau will host a buf buffet
fet buffet and open house after the
game with the Rockin Road
Runners entertaining that night.
A fteek behind the Red Door
this weekend will see the Theta
Chis and their flappers reliv reliving
ing reliving the Roaring 20s. Beginning
at 8:30 they will party to the
music of a band from Haines City.
Also partying for the moment in
the era of gangsters, speak speakeasies,
easies, speakeasies, and the Model A on Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night are the AEPis.
Even amid orien t a t io n and
rush, two sororities initiated eigh eighteen
teen eighteen new sisters in time to wear
their new pins to class. Delta Phi
Epsilon initiated eight girls and
the Phi Mus are proud of ten
new sisters.
New president of DPhiE is
Gloria La bell.

to 12:30 p.m.
AMERICAN SOCIETY O F
CIVIL ENGINEERS: There will
be & meeting at 7:30 p.m. Mon Monday
day Monday in Room 328, ENG Build Building.
ing. Building.
BUSINESS OFFICE EMPLOY EMPLOYEES
EES EMPLOYEES COUNCIL: A meeting will
be in the Florida Union Room
208 at 1:00 p.m. Monday.
FORESTRY CLUB: There will
be a smoker at 7:00 p.m. in the
Florida Union Johnson Lounge
on Monday.
SOCIETY FOR ADVANCE ADVANCEMENT
MENT ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT: A
meeting will be Monday from
7:00 to 8:30 p.m. in Room 212
Florida Union.

flick.
No further comment.
Forward To Future .
Last on the list is one for
those who love fantasies. H. G.
Wells classic, The Time Ma Machine
chine Machine appears at the Fla. Union
Movie, Oct. 2-3.
This one will have the intel intellectuals
lectuals intellectuals rolling in the aisles and

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Religious Groups
Welcome Freshmen

Freshmen and transfer students
have all completed orientation and
have been welcomed by everyone
at the University. Now, with the
beginning of classes, activities at
the student centers have slowed
down to make room for Studies.
CATHOLIC STUDENT CEN CENTER:
TER: CENTER: The first Newman Club
meeting is scheduled for 7:30 Sun Sunday
day Sunday evening. All new members
are invited te attend.
Saturday after the FSU game
the Newman Club will hold a
victory dance with the FSU New.
man Club members.
LUTHERAN STUDENT CEN CENter;
ter; CENter; band practice will be held
Saturday morning and afternoon
after the game.
Sunday morning Sunday school
and morning service will be held
at the church.
PRESBYTERIAN STUDENT
CENTER: There will be a party
at the center Friday evening at
8 p. m.
Sunday morning the bus will
leave the center for church at
9:15. All students wishing trans transportation
portation transportation should arrive at the cen center
ter center at 9 to board the bus. At 5
p. m. Sunday the center will have
a supper and program for the
students.
WESLEY FOUNDATION: Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night the FSU Wesley
Foundation members will be en entertained
tertained entertained at the center with a
box supper. The price is $1 per
person. Friday noon is the dead deadline
line deadline for payment.
Sunday morning services will
be at 8:45 and 11, with a brunch
after the second service for all
Methodist freshmen. There is a
seminar at lo a. m. Sunday, and
Vespers at 5:45 p. m. Supper will
be at 6:20 and forum hour at 7:-
15.

the science-fiction fans biting
their nails.
Its designed for those who go
to bed at night and believe a
man can project himself 8,000
years into the future.
The stars are Rod Taylor (i.e.
Hong Kong) and. Allan Young
(former up and coming comedian
who just never up and came).

The Florida Alligator, Friday, September 29, 1961

EPISCOPAL UNIVERSITY
CENTER: Holy Communion will
be at 8 a. m. Sunday and will be
followed by a breakfast and dis discussion
cussion discussion period.
The confirmation class and In.
quirers Hour will begin at 9 p.
m. Monday.
A NEW ADDITION AT
SHELLEYS
BAGELS
CREAM CHEESE
AND
LOT
SERVED EVERY SUNDAY
FROM 10 A.M.
Shelley's Italian
Sandwiches
424 N.W. 13th Street
FRIDAY, SEPT. 29
THE RACERS
Kirk Douglas, Gilbert Roland
AN AFFAIR TO
REMEMBER
Spanish Subtitles Acided
(English Dialogue, of Course)
Cary Grant, Deborah Kerr
SAT., SEPT. 30
KETTLES IN THE
OZARKS
JACK AND THE
BEANSTALK
Bud Abbott, Lou Costello
UF FRONT
Tom Ewell
SUN., MON., TUES.,
OCT. 1,2, 3
/ PARRISH
Troy Donahue, Claudette Colbert
BLOOD AND STEEL
John Lupton, James Edwards
WED., THURS., FRI.
OCT. -4, 5, 6
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WORLD
Vincent Price, Charles Bronson
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The Pastdr and members of the Forest Park Baptist Church, the
closest Baptist church to the University campus invite you to
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The Florida Alligator, Friday, September 29, 1961

Fraternities Dissatisfied
With Present Rush Setup

By MIKE OOLODNY
Gator Staff Writer
Extension of the fraterni fraternity
ty fraternity rush program into the
first two weeks of class has
brought forth criticism from

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. . Matise Wins Inspection at Print Sale

CULTURE ON CAMPUS

Art Exhibits, Recital
Top Culture Offerings

By JOHN EICHRODT
Gator Cultural Writer
Culture on campus begins slowly this week with
only two art items and an organ recital.

The Twelfth Annual Exhibition
of the Florida, Artistic Group, Inc.
will be presented at the Florida
Union in Bryan Lounge. The Ex Exhibiticn
hibiticn Exhibiticn is scheduled for October
1-29.
Purpose of the exhibition, ac according
cording according to Miss Kay Boss, is to
expose art to students, with the
hope that some of the art will
"rub off.
However, for any students so
inclined, these paintings will also

most of the campus 26 fra fraternities.
ternities. fraternities.
Approximately half of the UFs
fraternity leaders feel that the
interruption of studies with rush
has offset the strong points of

be for sale. Unlike previous ex exhibitions,
hibitions, exhibitions, the paintings are ones
people usually likerecognizable
and semi-abstract.
Last Day
Today is the last day of the
print sale, featuring a variety of
art reproductions. The sale is be being
ing being held in the Florida Union.
The semi-annual sale includes or oriental
iental oriental works, reproductions of old
.masters and American contem contemporary
porary contemporary paintings. The prints sell
for one and two dollars each.
Sale hours are from l to 9 p.m.
in the Social Room of the Florida
Union.
Also included in the sale are
current stereo and hi-fi records
at two and three dollars for each
album. The sale is conducted
semi-annually by the Florida Un Union
ion Union to promote student activities
on and off campus.
Organ Recital
For musically-inclined students,
the U. of F. Department of Music
will be presenting music faculty
member Willis Bodine in a reci recital
tal recital of organ music. The recital
will be held at the University
Auditorium. Tuesday, Oot. 3, at
8:15 p.m.
The program includes the fam familiar
iliar familiar Toccata and Fugue in D
Minor by J. S- Bach, Prelude On
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ty-Fourth Ninety-Fourth Psalm.
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what would have otherwise been
an acceptable program.
Various fraternity presidents
have commended:
Bill Hamilton, Phi Delta Theta
said, "All rushees and fraternity
men are going to be two weeks
behind in their classwork.
Records Prove Later, Better
Dick Ghadiek, Delta Upsilon ob observed,
served, observed, "I strongly favor the de delay
lay delay of rush an entire semester.
University records prove that the
man who pledges second semes semester
ter semester is better off scholastically.
Ken Kennedy, Alpha Tau Ome Omega
ga Omega said. "The new program has
two faults. Initially the new stu student
dent student develops bad study habits,
which in some cases may not be
easily overcome. In addition the
fraternity man must neglect his
studies and then push extra hard
to make up lost ground.
Too Soon
According to Bill Cross, Advis Adviser
er Adviser to Fraternity Affairs, "Its to
early to get a true picture of the
value of the new rush program.
Evaluation can only accurately
be made at some later date.
Edv Shames, president of Pi
Lambda Phi and vice-president
of the Inter-Fraternity Council,
commented, If there is a grw,t
amount of dissatisfaction, next
years program will have to adopt
certain changes. It would be un unfair
fair unfair to judge the system by the
results of a single year. The true
test Will come in the quality and
quantity of men pledging fra fraternities
ternities fraternities this semester.
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New Orleans
Trip Planned
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A trip to New Orleans is being
sponsored by the recreat io n
committee of the Florida Union
Board Oct. 6-8.
The trip, which costs S4O, in includes
cludes includes transportation, two nights
lodging and a ticket to the Flor Florida-Tulane
ida-Tulane Florida-Tulane game Saturday night.
Interested students may apply in
room 315 of the Florida Union.
A minimum of 30 students is
needed.
Sightseeing in the Mardi Gras
town will be a feature of the
three-day weekend. The bus will
leave Gainesville at 12:30 a. m.
Friday and will return Sunday
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By LYNDA ROARK
Gator Sports Writer
Jennings dorm will add three
teams to the Womens Intramural
program this year, bringing the
number of women participating
close to 2,000.
This program which provides
an opportunity for every women
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of competitive recreational sport
or activity, has 17 independent
teams, composed of dormit or y
groups, religious organisations,
and off-campus students, as well
as 12 sorority teams.
Organization Next Week
These leagues will begin or organizing
ganizing organizing next week for volleyball,
the first sport on the Intramural
calendar. In addition to volley volleyball,
ball, volleyball, tennis, basketball, table
tennis, bowling, softball, swim swimming,
ming, swimming, and, this year, either golf
or archery will be offered to any
women student interested.
Directed by Roby Lee Pye,
Die program encourages stu student
dent student participation in the vari vari*ou
*ou vari*ou fields of athletic endeavor,
and in Hie planning, administra administration,
tion, administration, and execution of the pro program.
gram. program.
. A native of Mexia, Texas, Miss
Pye received her B. S. degree
from Stephen F. Austin State
Teachers College and her M.A.
at Texas State College before
coming to the UF.
Assisting Miss Pye are Karolyn
Bagg Foreman, student director;
Carolyn Matthews, office direc director;
tor; director; and Helen Zipperer, officials
chairman. These officers in ad addition,
dition, addition, to the sports managers
make up the Womens Intramur Intramural
al Intramural Board.
Student Managers
Each sport offered by the de department
partment department is supervised by a stu student
dent student sports manager. Managers
are chosen on the basis of cred credit
it credit hours, manager recommenda recommendation,
tion, recommendation, applicants general andi
specific qualifications, and gener general
al general evaluation.
Managers for this year are:
archery, Mary Hembree; basket basketball,
ball, basketball, Elizabeth Cifers and Mary
Kancevitch; bowling, Janet Weh Wehmeyer;
meyer; Wehmeyer; softball, Judy Nelson
and another to be elected; swim swimming,
ming, swimming, Jo Ann Griffths; table
tennis, Barbara Marquasrd; ten tennis,
nis, tennis, Davida Kopelowitz; volley volleyball,
ball, volleyball, Marty Salinero; and golf,
Ann Danford.

FLORIDA GATORS FSU SEMINOLES

Name
Tom Smith
Fred Person
Wade Entaminger
Bruce Culpepper
Larry Travis
Jim Beaver (Opt.)
Sam Holland
Larry Libertore
Lindy Infante
Bob Hoover
Don Goodman

Action Starts
Jobs Open
The Independent and Off-Cam Off-Campus
pus Off-Campus League intramural athletic
teams will begin play on Monday,
October 9, with basketball. The
Dorm Loop seasons will start one
week later on October 16.
Games will be held on Friday
afternoons and Saturday morn mornings.
ings. mornings. In all groups, the winners
will receive both individual medals
as well as team trophies.
Stiffest competition should
come in the Dorm leagues. The
Murphree and Tolbert Areas will
provide twenty-four squads each.
The new Graham Area and Hume
Hall will field twelve, squads.
The Off-Campus league is made
up of the various organizations
near the campus. Intramural of officials
ficials officials would like to see more en encouragement
couragement encouragement by the different
leaders of these groups to pro provide
vide provide more active participation.
Keener competition should come
also from the Independent League
squads.
Officials are badly needed for
the events. Those who desire to
earn some extra money may reg register
ister register at the intramural office be between
tween between now and the beginning of
the season.

Soccer Begins
The UF Soccer, club will open
its season on October 28th as it
faces Rollins College at Graham
Field. The 10:00 a.m. game will
be part of the 1961 Homecoming
activities.
Co-Captains for this season are
Mauricio Flores and Mike Kess Kessler.
ler. Kessler. Coach is Alan Moore of the
Physical Education department.
Although not a varsity team,
the club plays several games
each fall with teams from Rollins,
Florida Southern, and other small
colleges in the state.

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PROGNOS-T-GATOR RESULTS
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By MIKE GORA
Alligator Sports Editor
Florida over FSU . Gators
were tough against Clemson
should score three more against
Scminoles. Score wont be as
close.
Tennessee over Auburn .
A home court and Glenn Glass
at tail back to defeat War Ea Eagle.
gle. Eagle. Auburn wont lose many
but theyll lose this one.
Alabama over Tulane .
Bears Tides out for Greenie hide.
Tulane couldnt stop Indians last
week will be lucky to stay on the
field this week. Say 35-7.
Georgia Tech over Rice .
Rice is tough. Tech has an un unbelieveable
believeable unbelieveable record at Atlantas
Grant Field. Could go other way,
a field goal may spell the differ,
ence.
Miami over Penn State .
Eastern football to be jolted
again. Mira, Miller, and Wilson
to team up for victory.
LSU over Texas A. ft M.
Tigers out to prove that they
have what the experts thought
they had.
Notre Dame over Okalohoma ..
. . Irish on the rise. No more
2-8 records for what will be become
come become known as Budka and Co.
Clemson over Maryland .
Terps are tough, but Clemsons
tougher. Tigers to score two
against AOC opponents.
Ohio State over TCU . Woody
Hayes unveils his predicted Rose
Bowl contenders against one of
the tough South Western Confer Conference
ence Conference Contenders.
Ole Miss over Kentucky
Cats cant move Rfebs can.

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QB
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FB

Name
Jim Daniel
Tom Slicker
Jim Sims
Bruce Darsey
John Levings
Don Donatelli
John McOonnaughhay
Eddie Feely
Happy Fiek
Tom Hillabrand
Marion Roberts

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. By BILL BUCHALTER
Sports Editor Emeritus
There's no use passing the
buck. Last week was the worst!
Ive ever had predicting and
theres no place to go but up. .
I hope. So lets quickly drop the
names and the games.

Florida over FSU. .Lib and
Co. to roll this week. I wont pre predict'
dict' predict' a score but look for the Ga Gators
tors Gators in the end zone galore. This
one is for Coach Graves and the
staff.
Tennessee over Auburn. .One
of my two upsets of the week.
This one is in Knoxville and
Auburn has had trouble getting
started this year. Hie Tigers
are powerful but the Vols have
Bob Woodruff and a potent field
goal kicker.
Alabama over Tulane The
Bears bite is worse than his
bark.
Georgia Tech over Rice. .At .Atlanta
lanta .Atlanta is a tough town to score in,
on or off the gridiron and Tech
is looking for national power. A
field goal will decide it and Billy
Loughridge had two last week
from, over 35 yards. This is for
the Atlanta group, Sara, Bobby
Jr., Arlene, Merril, Gary P., Su Susan,
san, Susan, Faye, etc. etc. .
Penn State over Miami The
class of the east to out] as t
the Canes and their night*] I f e
antics. Speaking of nightl if e,
theres Betty, Martha, Kaye,
Mary, Sue, Alene, Peggy, Car*
los, Bonnie, Susan, Jennings,
Head, April, etc. .etc.
LSU over Texas A&M Tigers
howl in their own back-yard sorts j
like the sororities during rush
week; right Sallie, Princess.
Karen, Jackie, Joy, Claudia, Eng,
Lynn, Linda, etc. .etc.
Notre Dame over Oklahoma
Budka and Kutin to pace the win
as the Irish regain national rat rating.
ing. rating. Little Nordy figures in there
prominently also.
Maryland over Clemson .
Nugent will dot Frank Howards
I again this year In a real
whiz-bang game. This game is
for the big and small (Chuck
and Berk) and for one and
all. It could be a great one.
Ohio State over TCU the!
Frogs will not make it two up upsets
sets upsets in a row.
I
Mississippi over KentuckyThe ;
Rebel QBs call signals similar to |
a successful astronaut launch-:
ing. By the way, Robin (and not j
hood) got launched this week. Al Also
so Also launched was????.
Harriers Practice
The first cross country meet of
the season will be against the
University of Miami over the UF
course October 15th.
Coach Percy Beard is counting
on a heavy turnout of juniors and
sophomores to fill out the squad
which has been depleted by grad graduation.
uation. graduation.
SEC meets with Georgia and
Auburn are also on the current
schedule.

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Gators, FSU Go For Two

~-v THE SPORTS HUB
Farmer Frank
X Never Learns
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/ By MIKE GORA
Alligator Sports Editor /
While walking across Florida Field after the
Clemson victory I overheard one of their big tackles
complaining to one of their coaches and an avid alum
that the best team didn't win.
This feeling was also restated by fearless Frank,
the farmer, Howard in a silent Tiger dressing room a
few minutes later to a small group of pressmen whose
job it is to follow the losers.
Th Tigers were bigger and stronger, but not bet better,
ter, better, cause we bad more points.
Mr. Howard should by now know that the biggest
isnt always the best. Once upon a time back at the
University of Alabama around 1929 or so when Frank
was a little 210 pound tackle he had a run in with an another
other another 138 pounder. This fellow didnt like Frank to
be pushin his little brother around. Frank was fat,
and a little while later he was flat, on his back that
is. The little fellow happened to be a transfer student
from N.Y.U. and national intercollegiate welter-weight
shamp.
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The Florid* Alligator, Friday, September 29,, 1961

By ROBERT GREEN
Gator Sports Writer
After a hard earned opening
victory over Clemson, the Fight Fightin
in Fightin Gator football team goes for
number two when they meet FSU
at 2 oclock this Saturday at Flor.
Ida Field.
The Seminoles will be seeking
their first win in the intra-state
series which began in 1958.
FSUs upset hopes lie in their
good passing attack led by for former
mer former Gainesville High star, Ed Eddie
die Eddie Feely. His favorite target,
end Fred Grimes, worked out
this Monday after suffering an
injury, in the opener with
George Washington, and is ex expected
pected expected to play Saturday.
The Tribes defense looked good
in their opening 15-7 win over
the Colonials two weeks ago.
Larry Led The Way
Theyll both have to be pretty
good, along with the rest of the
FSU defense, to stop Larry Lib Libertore
ertore Libertore and the other fine backs
who led the way to a 21-17 win
over Clemson last Saturday after,
noon.
Libertore was the difference in
the two teams as he ran for 66
yards and passed for 95 more to
s£t up the three UF scores. Half-.
back Lindy Infante scored all
three touchdowns.
The first came late in the
first period to wipe out a 3-0
Clemson lead pn a field goal
by Lou Armstrong. Libertore
hit Infante with a25 yard pass
to put the ball on the Tiger 20,
and two plays later, found him
in the end zone for an 18
yard scoring toss.
A fumble recovery by Tom
Kelly set up the next score. From
the Tiger 44, the Gators made a
first down and then Libertore took
off on a twisting 25 yard run to
put the ball on the eight. Four
plays later, Infante dove over
from the one. Cash made the se second
cond second of his three conversions de.
spite a hobbled pass from center.
Clemson scored early in the se second
cond second half to cut the UF margin
to 14-10, but the Gators came
roaring back after the kickoff. Li Libertore
bertore Libertore again came through as he
and Bob (the Mover) Hoover com combined
bined combined on a 43 yard pass play to
put the ball on the one yard line.
Infante did the rest.
The Tigers scored again, with a
minute and & half to go in the
game, but by then the game was
out of their reach.
Against FSU, tackle Fred Per Person,
son, Person, a 225 lb. sophomore, will re replace
place replace Floyd Dean. Dean was in-
Jured and will not play at all
this week. The rest of the squad
had only minor bruises except for
trainer Sam Lankford who broke
a bone in his foot in a sideline
accident.

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SBC ROUWP-UP
Rebs, War Eagles Hit The Road

By JARED LEBOW
* Gator Sports Writer
The football season gets into
full swing this Saturday with all
twelve of file Southeastern Con Conference
ference Conference teams slated to see ac.
tion.
Out of the NCAA doghouse aft after
er after five years of probation a bowl
hungry bunch out Auburn War
Eagles travel to Knoxville to
tangle with Tennessee.
While the ban was in effect
Auburn won 41 of 50 games. What
they will do now with the add added
ed added incentive of a bowl bid should
cause rival coaches to lose plen plenty
ty plenty of sleep.
Mississippi, defending SEC
champion journeys to Lexing Lexington
ton Lexington for its annual brawl with
Kentucky. Ole Miss trounced
Arkansas 16-0 and Kentucky
bowed to Miami 14-7 last
week.
Georgia and Vanderbilt meet
at Athens and power laden Ala Alabama,
bama, Alabama, fresh from a 32-6 slaugh slaughter
ter slaughter of Georgia goes to Mobile to
battle with Tulane.
Tech-Rice
In non-conference action Geor Georgia
gia Georgia Tech comes back across coun country
try country from a successful visit to
Los Angeles, where they over overwhelmed
whelmed overwhelmed Southern Cal 27-7, to
meet the* nations number two
team Rice in Atlanta.
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Golden Arm

poll of conference members to
walk off with the title, is still
licking its wounds after a 16-3
defeat at the hands of the
Rice Owls.
This week the Bengals will try
to bounce back against another
Southwest Conference foe Texas
A&M.
In other games Mississippi
State, a team that picked up 361
yards in it's 6-0 victory over Tex Texas
as Texas Tech, meets Houston and Flor Floridas
idas Floridas Gators meet FSUs Semin Seminoles.
oles. Seminoles.
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When Florida State and Florida
tangle Saturday at Florida Field,
it will mark the fourth contest
in the budding intra-state rivalry.
The Gators won the first three
but all the games have had odd
twists to them. The series open opener
er opener was in 1958 when Jimmy Dunn
led a superior Gator eleven to a
21-7 victory. In 1959, Jack West Westbrook
brook Westbrook was the difference in an
18-8 win while in *6O, Billy Cash
provided the 3-0 edge.
The first cpntest saw Tom Nu Nugents
gents Nugents multi-formation Seminoles
scare the Gators with a kickoff re return
turn return to the Florida 10-yd. line.
Westbrooks offensive and de defensive
fensive defensive play pulled out a boring
second contest which saw the
Seminoles under Perry Moss.
And last fall, Cash a Tall Tallahassee
ahassee Tallahassee lad booted a 35-yard
field goal to win the game. His
die Feely, the Sminole QB. That
game was played under Bill Pet Peterson
erson Peterson who will be back for his

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'Seminoles Up'
Says End Smith
by \
Fran Warren
There were a lot of first game mistakes, but this
first win over Clemson was a big one for the Gators,
said Tom Smith, a senior left end from Atlanta, Georgia.

Smith played football for Grady
High School in Atlanta and
made the Ga. All-State Team.
In looking over last weeks 21-
17 victory over Clemson, Smith
said the win got ttve Gators off
on the right foot for a new sea season.
son. season. The Clemson win was the
Gators 10th victory out of the
last 12 games.
The Clemson game was defin definitely
itely definitely no breather like some first
season games. The Tiger team
was tough and those linemen
were a lot bigger than we
thought they were going to be,
said Smith.
Practic scrimmage since the
Clemson win has concentrated on

pass defense since the Tigers
threw for 190 yards against a us usually
ually usually strong Gator pass defense,
said Smith,
Smith feels that Uie coming
game with F.S.U. will be hard
fought.
FSU always plays over their
heads when they play UF. They
play against us like we were their
only opponents for the year, but
were going to beat them. pre predicted
dicted predicted Smith.
Smith a senior in Physical Edu Education
cation Education plans on entering the ser service
vice service with a commission as a sec second
ond second lieutenant following gradua graduation.
tion. graduation.