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Faculty Views Year-Round Schooling as Multiplicity of IFs. .. IFs. .. IFs

By TOM GIBSON
Gator Staff Writer
The UF faculty agree that year 'round school is
good IF ...
Theyre wondering:
If theyll get a proportional pay increase.
If theyll receive adequate time off for research
work to restimulate themselves.
If there will be too much control from outside au authorities.
thorities. authorities.
And if the whole change will result in an inferior
UF. Consensus of the faculty is that the quarter system
will be okay if they are not forced into unfavorable
conditions. The doubt arises from some unanswered
questions from the Board of Control.
Quoting from a newspaper clipping, Dr. Ernest
R.' Bartley read, Governor Bryant was asked if the
state universities being put on a year round basis
would cause a mass exodus of professors. I don't think
so, but if it did good riddance, Bryant said.


Tigert Hall,
Faculty
In the Dark
Staff Plans Uncertain
For Year-Round Work
By NANCY MYKEL
Gator Staff Writer
Tigert Hall hasnt any
answers concerning faculty
staffing patterns next year
when the UF swings into
year-round operation. The
administration, too, is wait waitfog
fog- waitfog
They dont know what kind of
calendar the Board of Control will
pass on at its October 20 meeting,
and they hesitate to work out in
detail a plan which may not ma materialize.'
terialize.' materialize.'
The faculty will get $1,224,000
more in salaries if UP goes on a
year-round basis beginning next
September, and if it doesnt there
will be a pay cut totalling $764,.
000.
UF Pres. J. Wayne Reitz said
it was his understanding that the
extra $1,224,000 will be used pri.
marily for the raising of faculty
salaries, and that any salary ad adjustment
justment adjustment for the year-round oper.
ation will be taken care of by the
next legislature.
Several staffing possibilities
were outlined tentatively by Dean
Robert B. Mautz, of Academic
Affairs.
One possibility would be to
convert all the faculty to the an.
nual year salary basis, with an
oppropriate adjustment for con conversion,
version, conversion, he said.
There are a number of disad.
vantages to this plan, however,
and one is that it would make it
more difficult to compare our sal salaries
aries salaries to those of other institutions.
And we want some basis for com comparieon,
parieon, comparieon, he said.
Another possibility he outlined
was to retain the faculty on an
academic year basis and compen compensate
sate compensate for either two tri-mesters or
three quarters with adjustments
for increased work load, and then
employ faculty for the third tri trimester
mester trimester or fourth quarter.
(See TIGERT, Page t)
Dr. Harlow Dies
Os Heart Attack
Dr. Justim Edwards Harlow,
Jr., 53, UF Counseling Center
Head and associate professor of
psychology died after he was
stricken with a heart attack at
his home Tuesday evening.
Characterized by students and
faculty members alike as having
an interest in students and their
problems, Dr. Harlow joined the
UF faculty in 1948 as assistant
professor of psychology. He be became
came became associate professor in 1954
and head of the Counseling Cen.
ter in 1959.
He was president of the, Florida
psychological Association, a mem.
ber of the board of directors of
the Alachua County Associatior
for Mental Health and was active
on campus in the administration
of the program of the Florida
Council for the Blind. He received
his undergraduate and graduate
degrees from the University of
Pittsburgh and his doctorate from
the UofF.
He is survived by his widow,
two children, two brothers and a
sister. Funeral services were held
yesterday afternoon at 4 p.m.
at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church.
Interment was at Hillcrest Mem Memirhri
irhri Memirhri Park.

Nasser, Si! Syria, No!
UF Arab Club Protests

The Arab Club voiced its un unanimous
animous unanimous condemnation of the pre pretent
tent pretent Syrian Government in a tele telegram
gram telegram sent Friday to United
Arab Republic President Gamel
Nasser.
Protesting the secession of Syria
from the UAR, the telegram
reads in part: Hie selfish se separatists
paratists separatists have committed an un*
forgivible crime against the Arab
nation. The selfish reactionaries
will ultimately fail because Arab
unity lives within our hearts.'
The telegram is signed in the
name of University of Florida
Arab students by Muhammad
Halai, president of the club.
Included in the group are a
MUrter of Syrian students, scene

4? :'
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR

Voluma 54, Number 4

A GAL AND HER GUYS, ALL 2 and 2/10
Janie Gardner seems pleased and maybe a bit
puzzled over the new male-female ratio at UF t 2.2
men to each coed.
Facts Sure To Please:
More Shes For Hes

UF coets take heed! For every
woman on campus this semester,
there are 2.2 men.
The significance of the 2.2 male malefemale
female malefemale ratio lies in the fact that
University women used to pride
themselves in the fact that
THREE men would come runn running
ing running in the "good old days.
But cm the other hand, if a male
entered the School of Nursing he
would find a ratio of 48-1, favor
of the coeds. Or if a woman
scaled the heights of the Univer University
sity University Law School, she would find
the odds 6 Registration Record
All this and academics too, in
a record year for registrations at
the UF. A total number of 13,.
634 the highest number for any
one semester at the University Universityare
are Universityare on hand. Included in this list listing
ing listing are 1,40 l graduate students
and 7,403 members of Universi University
ty University College.
Arts and Science is the largest
upper division school with 1,509
students. Right on its educational
heels are Education with 1,110
and Engineering with 1.102.
The smallest is Forestry with
i 51 while the College of Nursing
and Law are the lone schools
without graduate students.
Back Te Ratios
But back to ratios. Arts and
Science males bold only a 2.5-1
advantage over their female coun counterparts.
terparts. counterparts. Journalism and Com Communication
munication Communication males have a 4*l
lead, Physical Education and
Health a 2.6 m, all the way to
Engineering with 182-1.
But the growth in the Universi University
ty University and its 15 colleges has al almost
most almost equalized the coeducational

on scholarship from the Syrian
government.
Adnan Aswad, a Syrian scho scholarship
larship scholarship student, declared that he
is completely in agreement with
the telegram.
Becaus e some trailers take ov over
er over the country, that does not
mean that the Syrian people are
beind them, he said.
Even though I am on a scho scholarship
larship scholarship from the Syrian Govern Government,
ment, Government, I will not go back there
while it remains separate from
the United Arab Republic, he
added.
Damascus is my capital, but
I will return to Cairo and wait
until my country U i free again.

Bartley said he deplored state governments that
knew nothing of running an institution of higher edu education
cation education delving into the academic affairs of such an
institution.
Bartley said, I*ll give you odds of two and a half
or three to one that the state adopts the trimester sys system.
tem. system.
I will not accept a 12-month contract, Bartley
said. Even though the Board of Control has reached
no decision on the year round operation, the things
they are saying tend to make us think otherwise.
A second clipping from the June 30th Tampa
Tribune read: Dr. J. Broward Culpepper, executive
director of the Board of Control, said a decision would
have to be made next year as to whether professors
who are now being paid on a 10-month basis, will re receive
ceive receive extra pay for working on a 12-month basis, and
how much.
This statement inherently assumes all professors
are going on a 12-month basis, Bartley said, as if

problem. This figure is further
simplified with nearly one quar quarter
ter quarter of the men on campus being
married.
Growth Affected
Enrollment has also affected
the growth of several of the col.
leges. Arts and Science, Business
Administration, Education and an
journalism and communica ti o n
have shown the steadiest gain
among the upper division schools.
Nursing could be credited with
the biggest jump with 29 new ad additions
ditions additions this year. The largest nu numerical
merical numerical jump from last year was
in Arts and Science with 140.
The school that decreased the
most was the agriculture school
which diminished by ten men, one
more than was lost by the Archi.
tecture department.
Back on additions rather than
subtractions, the school of Journa Journalism
lism Journalism and Communications picked
up 41 new majors to the school
to show a healthy increase. Busi Business
ness Business Administration also made a
beautiful gain with 74 new addi.
tions. rlf

Fuller Warren Choice
For FBK Toastmaster

Former Gov. Fuller Warren willi
be toastmaster for the annual!
Florida Blue Key Banquet during!
the UFs Homecoming celebration,!
Oct. 27-23; Homecoming Chairman
Bob Perry announced today.
Gov. Warren will share the*
spotlight at the banquet for state
leaders with U. S. Vice President
Lyndon B. Johnson and U. S.
Sen. George A. Smathers (D-
Fla).
A native of Blountstown, Warren
got his start in politics at the
University where he was president
of the sophomore class and claim claimed
ed claimed to know more students* names
than anyone etsa on campus.
While at the University, he was
known for his speaking ability
and seldom missed an occasion
to address his fellow students.
When only 21, Warren was
elected to the state legislature
from Calhoun County. At 23 he
was a delegate to the Democratic
National Convention and at 26
was elected to the Jacksonville
City Council on which he served
three terms. Later he was elected
to the legislature from Duval
County.
And in 1946, he was inaguarated

University of Florida, Gainesvillt, Friday, October 6, 1961

Names Proposal
Independent
01 Amendments
Students Vote Thursday
To Decide HC Question
The controversial propos proposal
al proposal to publish names of stu students
dents students convicted by the Hon Honor
or Honor Court will be voted on
independently of other con constitutional
stitutional constitutional amendments in

next aatisfacnext Thursdays election.
Bob Harris, chairman of the
constitutional revisions committee,
said students will have three
choices to accept or reject three
major portions of the Student
Body Constitution revisions.
The choices will be:
1) Whether to publish Pie
names of students convicted by
the Honor Court.
2) Whether to accept other
Honor Court revisions which
call for a general re-organiza re-organization
tion re-organization of the court.
' 3) Whether to accept other
revisions concerning Student
Government finances and other
minor changes.
Students will vote yes or
no on each of the three por portions
tions portions of the revisions.
Harris said three choices were
being provided so that the fate of
the less controversial amend-
I ments would, not hinge on the
proposal to publish names of con convicted
victed convicted students.
Honor Court Chancellor Bill
Trickel has announced that *a
public discussion on the Honor
Court amendments will be held
at 7 p.m. next Thursday in the
Law School Auditorium.
FBK Blanks
Now Available
Applications for membership in
Florida Blue Key are now avail available
able available at the information desk of
the Florida Union. Deadline for
submitting applications is Oct. 20
To apply, a person must have
participated in three fields of ex extra-curricular
tra-curricular extra-curricular activities and dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished himself in one field.
Significant participation in ex extra-curriculars
tra-curriculars extra-curriculars at any college oth other
er other than the UF will count as UF
participation in a minor activity.
But candidates using this credit
must also participate in service
activities at UF. v

as governor of Florida. After
his four years in office, he prac practiced
ticed practiced law, his current profession
in Miami.
He is the author of three books
and was a Naval gunnery officer
in World War 11.
FULLER WARREN
... HC Toastmaster

there were *ny question as to whether we would be
paid for it or not.
A third Tampa Tribune clipping of August 16
read: Bryant said he was anxious that the Board of
Control understand that when the school personnel
are placed on a 12-month schedule, it will not auto automatically
matically automatically mean there will be pay increases for the ad additional
ditional additional two months of work.
I repeat, said Bartley, even though the Board
has reached no decision, we are still desperately fight fighting
ing fighting the situation.
Dr. Harry H. Sisler, head of the chemistry de department,
partment, department, said, I have had several higher offers, but
I stayed because I want to do what I am now doing.
IF a man is to teach extra time he must Jbe paid
a proportional increase. Unless an increase is more
than proportional to the extra time, there has been no
salary increase.
Dr. Vynce A. Hines, professor of education, said,
I prefer teaching to administrative work, and I am

*
Bus System Starts Tuesday;
Campus ShuttleFive Cents

By MARTY SCHRAM
Gator Staff Writer
A campus-wide bus system,
linking sorority row and distant
dormitory areas with the center
of campus, will begin operation
Tuesday.
The Student Government-spon Government-sponsored
sored Government-sponsored project is designed to al alleviate
leviate alleviate the campus traffic situa situation
tion situation and to provide relief for

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_ Tolbert
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. . will take Florida student* from outlying point* on the route to Pbody Hall
in the heart of the campus. The map .how. .top* m dorm areas and Sorority
Row, and the path buses will follow on campus. ...
QUALIFIED YESTERDAY
Sixtv-Three File for SG Posts

<
By JACK HORAN
Gator Editorial Assistant
Qualification deadline yester yesterday
day yesterday found 63 students filing for 33
posts up for grabs in student
government elections next week.
Student Party filed 30 candidates,
United Party 26. Seven studepts
will run without party affiliations.
Both United and Student politi political
cal political parties filed slates of candi candidates
dates candidates yesterday for the Oct. 12
fall elections. Thirty Legislative
Council seats and three Honor
Court posts are open.
Student is running a full slate
comprised of 22 independents and
eight fraternity candidates. Each
will be from a different living
area.
New party officers were in installed
stalled installed by Student last Monday
night, while United will pick its
officers in the neai* future. Stu Students
dents Students new chairmen are: Ron
Sarajian, fraternity co-chairman;
Bill Holt, independent co-chair co-chairman,
man, co-chairman, and Suzanne Brady, soror sorority
ity sorority chairman.
Open party meetings for each
will be held Sunday night. Re Respective
spective Respective slates of candidates will
be announced then.
A new experiment in nomi nominating
nating nominating independent candidates for
campus electoral offices has been
inaugurated by United Party, ac according
cording according to Mac Melvin, indepen independent
dent independent co-chairman.
Becker Named
Pharmacy Head
Dr. Canaries H. Becker, a spec specialist
ialist specialist m the manufacturing and
development of pharmaceutical
products, has been named to head
the UF*s Department of Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy.
Dr. Becker succeeds Dr. William
J. Husa, who retired in June. The
promotion was announced by Col College
lege College of Pharmacy Dean Perry A.
Foote.
Dr. Becker earned his doctorate
here in 1940, then taught at Du Duquesne
quesne Duquesne University where he be became
came became head of the Pharmacy De Department
partment Department before returning to Flor Florida
ida Florida aa an associate professor in
1*47.

students who must trudge long
distances to early morning
classes.
Express service will be pro provided
vided provided for the first three class
shifts each morning and twice
during the lunch breaks.
The cost? Five cents per
trip.
Route To Dorms
Two buses will make stops at

Instead of independent office officeseekers
seekers officeseekers being selected by party
caucuses, representative? from the
different dorms assembled and
selected candidates for the fall
election.
This way. said Melvin, each
man will first b e responsible to
the dorm which nominated him.
Independents will have someone

I a JURY SYSTEM/ PiHHSi LAWYERS
Revisions Up For Approval I

By TDM GIBSON
Gator Staff Writer
Student Government moves to
beef-up the honor system in include
clude include proposed constitutional re revisions
visions revisions which would make the
Honor Court more like civil
courts.
The revisions, which face stu student
dent student approval in elections Oct.
12, would establish a student
jury system, create a pool of
defense lawyers, and duplicate
other court devices.
Hie juries in the past were
composed of student justices
who held their posts for an en entire
tire entire term. Now they would be
composed of six jurors screen screened
ed screened from 15 students chosen at
random for each court session.
Also the juries would be strip stripped
ped stripped of their power to pass sen sentence.
tence. sentence. They would only render
verdicts. Proposed posts of two
vice-chancellors, would help the
chancellor pass sentence after
the student jury has reached a
verdict, according to Honor
Court chancellor Bill Trickel.
This would make the chan chancellor
cellor chancellor more like a judge, Tric Trickel
kel Trickel said.
Another proposed post at attorney
torney attorney general would have a
two fold job.
First, he would act as a de detective
tective detective to investigate an offense.
Second, he would act as a
state's attorney to recommend
that a case either be brought
to trial or dismissed.
The proposed position of pre presenting
senting presenting counsels would be the
honor courts district attorney.

pleased with the human relations aspect of my job.
I would leave the UF if there is an excessive
interference of internal UF affairs by groups or indi individuals
viduals individuals who at most should be concerned with general
policies.
Also, Hines said, if the faculty were being
made victims of sharp or unfair practices on the part
of higher authorities such as the Board of Control or
the State Cabinet, I would leave. For instance, if the
proposed pay raises were used to pay for extended
periods of work rather than for raises.
Dr. John V. Webb, professor of economics, said,
I stayed with the UF after higher paying offers be because
cause because I like the academic life.
Working conditions and salaries rate close for
number one consideration of staying. 1 think I would
put more emphasis on the working conditions. How However
ever However I won't say that things couldn't get tough enough
for me to leave," Webb said.
(See TFs, Page l)

the Hum and Tolbert areas,
sorority row, Jennings Hall and
near Rawlings Hall. The trips
will terminate at Peabody Hall.
The bus system, a plank of
Student Body President Bruce
Bullocks campaign platform, is
not a new concept on campus.
Two years ago a shuttle bus sys system
tem system was tried and discontinued
after R failed to get a aatisfac aatisfacnext

to go to when offering suggestions
or airing gripes.
He hoped this method of choos choosing
ing choosing men would become a bi bipartisan
partisan bipartisan presentation since a
precedent has been established.
It Is less a political gimmick
and more a milestone, noted
Melvin.

Position of defense counsel
would be the students lawyers.
lawyers (law students) will
be appointed by a chief de defense
fense defense counsel, but the student

'Surprise' Problem Faces
18 Mrs. UF Contestants

The Mrs. University of Florida
contest went into high gear
Thursday night at meeting to
familiarize judges and contestants
with the rules and agenda of the
contest.
Sponsored by the University of
Florida Dames, the contest, will
be conducted in three phases-
Poise and personality, homemak homemaking
ing homemaking and appearance win deter determine
mine determine th eventual 1961 Mrs. Uni University
versity University of Florida.
Results of an individual inter interview
view interview with the judges will deter determine
mine determine the entrants scores on the
poise and personality phase of
the contest. In the homemaking
section the contestants will be
given a surprise problem In
each of four *** prepara preparation,
tion, preparation, interior decoration, sewing
and basic household skills.
The object of the surprise
problems is to allow each contes contestant
tant contestant to "bin* in her own area, as
well as to demonstrate skills in
other fields, said Mrs. Dell
Brown, one of the contest chair chairmen.
men. chairmen.
This year we eliminated the
bating suit competition because
husbands objections mad* it dis-

Six Pogo This Edition

lory student response.
Failed Because
Ron Scurajian, co-ordinator of
the new transportation project,
blamed the past failure on a lack
of publicity and a bus route that
was far too long and complex.
These problem# have been
ironed out, Sar&jian said, by the
establishment of an express
route and a publicity campaign
to familiarize students with ths
service that is available.
Needs Support
It is important that the en entire
tire entire student body cooperate on
this project, Sarajian said. If
the project receives a satisfac satisfactory
tory satisfactory response, it will be con continued
tinued continued into the old winter
months, when a warm ride is al always
ways always appreciated.
The two buses for the project
will be furnished by the Univer University
sity University transportation department.
This project is a splendid ex example
ample example of the fine cooperation
that the student government has
received from the administra administration,
tion, administration, Bullock staid. I hope that
it wont die due to a lack of stu student
dent student cooperation.
BUS SCHEDULE
MORNINGBuses bound for Pea Peabody
body Peabody Hell leave:
Hume area of 7:00, 7:15, 8:05,
8:20 ,9:10, 9:25.
Panheilonic Drivo it 7:15, Bi2o,
9:25.
Noon buaesBound for Hume and
Ponheilenie areas, leave:
Peabody Hell of 11:55 end
12:40.
Union Done* Tonight
The Florida Union will throw
open its doors for a dance and
open house tonight. Dancing will
begin at 8 p.m. in the social room
to the music of the Rovers.
Refreshments will be served and
visitors will be welcome in the
craft shop, the music rooms and
all recreation areas of the build building.
ing. building.

will have his choice of lawyer.
This system of jury, Judge,
detective, states attorney, and
lawyers, will more exactly fol fol(See
(See fol(See CHANGER, Page 9)

Boult to ftnd contestants, sht
continued.
The final phase of the contest
will be held at the University Inn
on October 30, at 8 p.m. At that
time the 18 contestants will be
judged in sports wear and cock cocktail
tail cocktail dresses.
Prises for the winner and four
finalists will be donated by
Gainesville merchants. In the past
ail the prizes were given to win winners.
ners. winners. This year they will be dis distributed
tributed distributed among all finalists.
HC Sweetheart
Judging Begins
Thirty four campus beauties
will vie for Homecoming Sweet Sweetheart
heart Sweetheart in judging tonight and Sat Saturday
urday Saturday at the University Inn. The
public may attend the contest
from 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday.
Three finalists chosen in the
contest will spend Saturday even evening
ing evening at Sih*;r Springs.
The Hdhiecoming Sweetheart
and her court will be announced
Thursday. Oct. 38.



Page 2

Ws' A Big Word Where
Fatuity Is Concerned

(Continued from Page ONE)
Dr. Wilse B. Webb, head of the
psychology department, said, I
have had "two or three chair chairmanship
manship chairmanship offers for as good if not
better pay than I am getting
now. I have a two-fold reason
for .staying:
'First I have a responsibility
to a rather good staff that came
in with me, and my decisions
would affect them.
- \
Secondly, last year was a good
year in the first biennium. We
received adequate raises with
promises for more in the future.
Added to this was the fact that

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pressure from students and fac faculty
ulty faculty made it look like the UF
could become a great Univer University.
sity. University.
I would leave If the W ines inester
ter inester or quarter system shows
any loss In salary level and or
doesnt permit reasonable raise
in salary.
I would algo leave If either
system required that hiring be
done on a 12-month basis. Com Competent
petent Competent men cant and wont
work 12 months out of the
year., Webb said.
Dr. Manning _J. Pauer, chair chairman
man chairman of the Political Science De-

partment, said, Sure Ive had
higher job offerswith the fe federal
deral federal government, but Ive found
my work at the UF more satis satisfying.
fying. satisfying.
To Tough To Stay?
Dauer said, I would leave the
UF if it looked like the teaching
load got so heavy that I could
do a more adequate job else elsewhere.
where. elsewhere. If I had to sign a con contract
tract contract that bound me to year
'round work, it would be too
tough for me to stay. Im not in interested
terested interested in teaching more than
one out of three summers.
A good teacher has to be
a combination of professor and
researcher, and some of this
research must be done by the
teacher himself. This can only
be done on time off.
Dr. Lyle N. McAllister, head
of the history department, said
I've been with the UF for 10
years, and I know my way
around now. My wife and I have
a lot of friends here, and we
dont care to leave after invest investing
ing investing 10 years.
It could become too tough
for me in several ways, McAl McAllister
lister McAllister said. First of all the con constant
stant constant expanding of the UF makes
the facultys obligations bigger.
With no increase in staff, the
situation will eventually reach
a breaking point. Any year-round
operation that isnt carefully and
rationally planned could only
increase this trend.
Also, we in history like to
regard ourselves as profes professionals.
sionals. professionals. As professionals, we
think we know how a good
history program should run.
But when too many rules and
regulations become too inhib inhibiting,
iting, inhibiting, we cant do our jobs the
way we think they should be
done, particularly when we
arent consulted about the
changes.
No one knew until late sum summer
mer summer what his salary would be
when we should have known by
last June. This just aint the
way universities are run.
McAllister added, Its im impossible
possible impossible to plan anyt king
around here. We get half
through the planning and some someone
one someone changes the signals.
H. G. Davis, assistant pro professor
fessor professor of journalism, has worked
in higher paying fields of journa journalism
lism journalism and then returned to his al alma
ma alma mater to teach.
Fringe Benefits
Davis said, I stayed with the
UF because I lake the fringe
benefits. I also enjoy the liberty
to speak out which was lacking
in newspaper work.
Ive been here for seven
years. I taught one summer out
of seven and it left me blah for
September. There are distinct fi financial
nancial financial advantages in summer
teaching, but I would rather have
the two months off. This quar quarter
ter quarter system can turn the faculty
into vultures of the ivory tower.
I would leave if thos e tames
arrived when I couldnt spend
enough time with my students,
i, e., enough personal attention.
The five-year old Brumbaugh
report, which I call the Bry Bryant
ant Bryant work-load plan, is kind of
a preposterous thing. You cant
work a seminar for a senior
students character building on
a man-hours basis.
Bryants managing of the pre present
sent present affairs is comparable to
managing them with a 10-foot
pole. In light of his superior edu education,
cation, education, Bryant has displayed a
marked lack of understanding,
Davis said.
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The Story in Brief
ANNOUNCEMENT of general plans but
no details far year-round operation of state
universities beginning next fall has left mem members
bers members of the UF faculty and administration with
a feeling of uncertainty and an intense interest
in further decisions of the Board of Control.
THE BOARD has not yet worked out de detailed
tailed detailed plans for the year-round operation or
even decided whether it will be accomplished
through academic tri-mesters or quarters.
UNTIL A working plan is announced by the
Board the administration can do little to begin
the massive change-over in staffing, course or organization
ganization organization and, possibly, pay procedures that
will be required.
FACULTY members generally appear to ac accept
cept accept the proposal of year-round operation hut
are eagerly awaiting further developments that
will determine whether they will receive pro proportional
portional proportional pay increases for any additional work
involved through the change-over.
PROFESSORS are concerned whether an ac accelerated
celerated accelerated school year would result in reduced
time for their research activities. Others said
that recent developments had lead them to be become
come become wary of an apparent trend towards in increased
creased increased control of university affairs by non-hni non-hniversity
versity non-hniversity authorities.
THE BOARD will meet next Thursday to
consider the full-year scheduling problem.
THE TWO stories on this page delve deeper
into the reactions and thoughts of faculty mem members
bers members and administrators as they await the de details
tails details of year-round scheduling.

Tigert Hall Blank
On Staff Patterns

(Continued from Page ONE)
The extra employment would
be at a percentage of the faculty
member'! academic year salary,
he said. Twenty per cent are
employed for summer school on
this basis now.
Dean Mautz stressed that all
his guessing was mere specula speculation,
tion, speculation, and until he knew the kind
of calendar UF would operate on,
no full study could be worked
out.
Somehow or other I believe
the present faculty can be stag staggered
gered staggered in such away as to take
care of the students demands,
he said.
Not all of the UF's faculty
would be affected by the new
year-round operational basis,
Mautz explained. A large part of
the faculty now gets 12 checks
for 11 months of work.
Those on the annual year pay
basis include department heads,
deans, administrative personnel,
nursing, medical and health-rela health-related
ted health-related services people. Also on that
basis are those faculty members
who are employed in organized
research activities such as the
agricultural experiment station or
statistics laboratory.
Faculty members who get only
part of their salary from state.
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Mike Crews Religion in Life
Week chairman.
Students interested in working
are asked to fill out an applica application
tion application blank. Applications are avail available
able available in the Religion-in-Life Week
office, Room 211, Florida Union,
or at the Florida Union informa information
tion information desk.
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also on the annual year basis, he
said.
Approximately 72$ faculty mem members
bers members in the Education in General
budget wno will i>e most affected
by any calendar change, as they
currently receive 10 checks cov covering
ering covering 9 months work.
We have not considered the
problem of faculty compensation
as yet in terms of adjustment,"
Mautz said, citing uncertainty
about the calendar as one reason.
Besides, we want to establish
a calendar which will be educa educationally
tionally educationally sound. We do not want our
thinking to be overly influenced
by purely financial considerations.
We always had faculty com compensation
pensation compensation in mind, but the educa educational
tional educational considerations have been
primary, he said.

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Changes Strengthen Court

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low the form of justice dealt in
civil courts, Trickel said.
Students will also be made
to understand that when they
apply to the UP for admission,
upon acceptance they will auto automatically
matically automatically be obligated to the
honor code. In the past, said
Trickel, it has been possible
for a student to defend himself
by saying, 1 never took the
oath.'
The revisions also provides that
the honor court may define what
is cheating, penalize a student for
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Profits from sales of the books,
priced from five cents to a dol.
lar, will be used to buy books for
the Gainesville Public Library.
Mrs. John P. Baxter, chairman
of the sale, said that a variety
of books will be available, includ.
ing text books, encyclop e d 1 as,
cook books and Bibles.
The annual membership drive
of the Friends of the Library is
also being conducted at this time.
Copies of the new bulletin explain explaining
ing explaining the functions of the group are
now available for those interest interested
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falsely accusing an innocent stu student,
dent, student, and bring a student to trial
who has left school to escape
the honor court
Trickel said the false accusation
clause comes under contempt of
court. Contempt of court is not
confined to the actual court
room, Trickel said. Failure to
follow an Honor Court order to
make good a bad check comes
under contempt of court also.
The revisions provide that
names of guilty students be pub published,
lished, published, the chancellor be a law
student with 20 hours, summary
trials replace formal trial pro proceedings
ceedings proceedings for students who plead
guilty, and two new justices
from the Colleges of Nursing and
Health Related Services.
Other articles of the proposed
constitution would make spring
and fall elections a week later,
allow students from an area with
more than one representative to
vote for all of them, separate stu student
dent student fee* from student funds, and
provide separate finance sections
for Blue Key Homecoming de department,
partment, department, athletics, intramurals,
and the Florida Union. Th e stu student
dent student bodys legislative council will
still approve money allocation.
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WRUF Begins New
' Quality' Programming

By JAN LATHROP
~ Gator New* Editor
A new roeter of "quality pro programming
gramming programming began this week on
WRUF-AM, a direct result of the
Friends of WRUF movement
formed last spring.
Fall programming is geared
high in serious music, with at
leagt thre e new shows planned
to air the best in classical music,
according to station director Ken

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Small. Complaint* last year hit
the lack of serious music.
Small first revealed the new
schedule at a meeting Sept. 7 of
the Listeners Council, the new
name of the re-organiezd Friends Friendsof-WRUF.
of-WRUF. Friendsof-WRUF.
Besides the music programs,
WRUF initiated "Performance
Wednesday night, which will be
devoted to both lav* and record recorded
ed recorded drama. The first offering Wed-

nesday was Shakespeares Ham Hamlet,
let, Hamlet, performed by the Oregon
Festival of Arts.
Each Wednesday, Small said,
the 8-10 p.m. slot will feature
dramatic recordings, readings and
workshop presentations of the
Gainesville little Theatre. A one oneact
act oneact play by the Little Theatre
group is tentatively slated for
next Wednesday night.
Small said when the feature on
"Performance lasts only an hour,
a documentary will fill out the
time slot. First slated is Revo Revolution
lution Revolution in Latin America.
A two-hour show of straight
classical music is the fare for
Tuesday nights, from 8 to 10.
Small said the show will he di directed
rected directed by Elmer Fletscher,
WRUFs new classical music con consultant.
sultant. consultant. On* complaint voiced last
spring was that serious selections
were sometimes ill-chosen by stu student
dent student announcers.
Another feature in th* classical
i music line is "Listening with
Reid Poole, heard Thursday
nights from 8 to 10. This show,
first heard this week, features
representative pieces from each
! major period of serious music.
Also, the first, eight programs
I each will include one of Beetho Beethovens
vens Beethovens symphonys.
Between selections, Poole, UF
music department director, com com}
} com} ments and explains the selections.
On Mondays at S;3Q p m. Mu Music
sic Music From Interlachen is slated,
another serious music feature.
And regularly scheduled each
i Monday and Friday is Music
With the Masters, from I to 9
| p.m.
Direotor Sunall said WRUF will
broadcast live pickups from fa fa!
! fa! culty, orchestra and band con concerts,
certs, concerts, and from Lyceum Council
shows whenever permission can
be obtained from artists. He said
I WRUF will also try to pick up
any other professional show stag staged
ed staged on campus.
A new quarter-hour show at
7:4fl on Tuesday nights features
Small himself in Let Me Speak
to the Manager." Another 15-
minute spot, initiated this sum summer,
mer, summer, is "Alligator on the Air,
op Ifturadays at 10:16 p.m.
NEC Helps
Besides local program changes,
j NBC, of which WRUF is an as as!
! as! filiate, changes its format this
Sunday night on Monitor. The em emphasis
phasis emphasis is to be on news in depth,
with less entertainment.
NBC WRUF are also featuring
| the World Series, which started
Wednesday.
Small said the station is trying
to arrange use of BBC re-runs
as well a* quality program fea features
tures features from other sources.
He said the next meeting of the
Listeners Council will be Oct. 12
at 3 p.m. in the WRUF confer conference
ence conference room. He said anyone inter interested
ested interested in up-grading WRUF pro programming
gramming programming should attend.

iP^twtaiMnen^Has
Promising Outlook

By JOHN EICHBODT
Gator Cultural Writer
Between liv* performances, tap taped
ed taped video shows, films and can canvas,
vas, canvas, entertainment fare at the
UF is shaping into a rich sea season.
son. season.
WUFT-TV, the university's edu educational
cational educational television station, leads
off with such pertinent offerings
as the weekly serious of Crane
Brintons Anatomy of Revolution,
showing every Monday evening at
8.
And not to bypass drama,
channel 6 scheduled Festival of
the Aria every- Friday at I p
This series features a var variety
iety variety of classic plays submitted
by BBC.
Tonight the presentation is Co Colombe,
lombe, Colombe, by Jean Anouilh, a Ilf lit
satire and comedy on love, mar marriage
riage marriage and puritanism.
Another series, slated for Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday nights at 8:30, is Pablo Ca Casals
sals Casals Master Class. In each show,
Casal selects on* of hi* outstand outstanding
ing outstanding students to perform major
mu steal works and then discusses
the performance.
Alligator will publish the sche schedule
dule schedule of Channel 6s program each
week. Television set* are located
in most dorms and in the Flor Florida
ida Florida Union.
Lyceum Council ha* schedul scheduled
ed scheduled its first recital, the Lukten Luktenberg
berg Luktenberg Duo, for Tuesday, Oct.
10 at 8:15 p.m. in the Univer University
sity University Auditorium. Admission is
free upon presentation of stu student
dent student I.D.
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The student centers are now
working out schedules and rou routines
tines routines for the entire semester. Lec Lecturs,
turs, Lecturs, seminars and other activi activities
ties activities will be planned for months
ahead so that students can make
plans without conflicting arrange arrangements
ments arrangements to worry about.
BAPTIST STUDENT UNION:
There will be a fellowship con conference
ference conference .Sunday evening after
church.
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CATHOLIC STUDENT CEN
TER i Lectures have been changed
from Monday nights to Thurs Thursday
day Thursday nights. This Thursday night
ai 7 there will be a class in
classical and Christian philosophy.
Non Catholics are invited to
attend.
The lecture schedule of visiting
priests begins Sunday, Novembei
12. The full schedule for the se semester
mester semester will be announced at a
later date.
The Newman Club will have s
picni Saturday, October 7, at
Goldhead State Park.
EPISCOPAL STUDENT CEN CENTER:
TER: CENTER: Sunday, October g, Holy
Communion services will b e held
at 8 p.m., after which there will
be a breakfast. At 9:30 that
morning there will be a discus discussion,

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sion, discussion, and morning prayer is at
li.
There will be a supper at 8
Sunday evening.
Tuesday, October 10, at 6:50
a.m. Holy Communion services
will be held Wednesday, Oct. 11,
at 5 p.m.
The drama group will meet
every Tuesday evening at 8 id
Weed Hall, directly behind the
Chapel.
LUTHERAN STUDENT CEN CENTER:
TER: CENTER: There will be a supper for
the LSA at 5:30 Sunday evening.
Afterwards there will be a panel
discussion. .-i
PRESBYTERIAN STUDENT
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held October 13-15 at Camp Mont Montgomery.
gomery. Montgomery. A nominal cost furnishes
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sions. discussions. There will atap be time for
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Vesper Services wUI be held et
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A bus will take students from
the dorms to the Center for free
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and worship service will be held.
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Sunday evening Vesper Services
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How About A Ride?

We e&nt help but wonder how stu students
dents students will accept the campus bus serv service
ice service which will start next week. Will it
b a dismal flop as was a similar at attempt
tempt attempt two years ago or will it help to
serve transportation needs on a rapid rapidly
ly rapidly expanding campus and become an
accepted part of the campus routine ?
Perhaps the present attempt has a
better chance of survival than the pre previous
vious previous one because of the decision to
use express buses and the fact that
the campus has grown some in the
past two years.. At any rate, a project
involving a good deal of effort and
one which attempts to serve the stu students
dents students is up for their approval.
The gripes about transportation and
traffic problems on campus have been
heard fior years and will probably be

Its no- news that higher education
Is becoming costlier every year, but
comparative national figures give a
graphic view of just how deep the
bite is going. The American Council
on Education reports that from 1952
to 1960 the cost of attending a public
institution jumped 35 per cent while
the cost of living index rose only 11.5
per cent.
** *
AVERAGE annual fees for state
residents attending public universities
have climbed to $215 compared with
S7B some 20 years ago. This means
that UF student fees of sll3 a semes semester
ter semester or $226 a year are only
slightly above national average. The
statisticians didnt attempt to compute
the cost of books, clothing, food, hous housing,
ing, housing, travel and just plain spending
money.
tuition fees at the nations pri- 1
vate colleges and universities offer no
comparison to the figures at the public
schools. The national average for tui-
THE FLAIL

Hits Condescending College Ploy Critics

I have armed and prepared
myself for writing this column
by scrupulously avoiding any
armament and all preparation.
Why?
I in po way intend to point
a finger at any particular in individual,
dividual, individual, nor to decry the ef efforts
forts efforts and good will of any one
person' by what I say today.
And aQ,'.avoiding all specific re research,
search, research, I can say what I feel
to be true while having the
greatest chance of avoiding li libel
bel libel suits and vicious blows upon
the nose.
, Having thus
prepared i you
May**Rsviewer
... or Critic, MILLER
aa they ali
seem to hope to be.
We deal, my dear ones, with
the local garden variety of this
strange beast; the one known
as Criticus Pompousassius. To
this species falls the task of
reviewing the four annual Flor Florida
ida Florida Players production and tel telling
ling telling us, in print, what happened
on stage.
To the dismay of many, we
almost invariably read what the
reviewer thinks went on the authors mind, (2) in the
'determination and goals of a
College drama department, (3)
in the critics education (actu-

THOSE
nf i'pus Someeeml fww'r m ku. for -nwr 1 poujjd cwe.'ll

Editorials

Education Costs

al and self-estimated), and (4)
in the minds and or hearts
of the audience.
'* *
RARELY DO we find out
what the performance was like.
Oh, we do get a string of the
reviewers handbook of adjec adjectives
tives adjectives which includes well
paced, creditable job, and
fine style, whatever they
mean.
And then we are treated to
off-the-cuff lectures on the style,
failings, and seldom-heard-of
additional works of the author.
We are treated to criticism of
the director, th e design of the
set, the makeup and the gener general
al general execution of the inner-in inner-intent
tent inner-intent of the play.
Ail very erudite.
Strangely enough, I know of
no one (save the reviewer) who
is interested in these things. A
few timely comments on the
educational aspects of the di direction
rection direction and execution by the
crews are never taken amiss,
leading as they do to further
understanding of the works po potentialities
tentialities potentialities by all concerned.
I do, however, deplore the
too-obvious condescension with
which these pieces are often
written ... the attempts to al almost
most almost assert out loud that the
reviewer knows better and saw
all too easily that the point was
missed,
* *
NO ONE expects professional
theatre from a college cast.
Very often they get it anyway,
as has often been the case with
the Florida Players; Little good
is done for either the casts or
the audiences when a reviewer,
supposedly aware that he is

STAFF WRITERS
Carole Bardella, Nancy Brachey, Carole Buller,
Sue Allen Cauthen, Bill Buchalter, M. E. Cleveland,
Mike Colodny, John Eichrodt, Tom Gibson, Ronnie Sue
Goodman, John Grant, Nancy Hooter, G. P. Laarre.
Jared Lebow, Bob Maone, Ann McAdams, Larry Me-
Gough, Gary Peacock, Fred Schneider. John Schricker,
Sally Smith.
SPORTS STAFF
Sports Editor: Mike Goto
Staff Writers: Robert Green, Ken Keyes, Fran War Warren,
ren, Warren, Lynda Roark, Phil Hevner.

heard for a good many more years but
a bus system seems to us to be a logic logical
al logical solution to a good many complaints.
And we cant see how anyone can ar argue
gue argue about a five cent toll. Although
initial service is limited to outlying
dormitory areas, it will be expanded
if the trial period proves successful.
Personal attitudes toward the bus
service will be an important factor in
determining its fate. Some may think
bus-riding is out of character for a
college student, or, as they would put
it, Its not Ivy.
But if the bus service is dropped for
lack of support, theres no valid basis
for complaint on those cold or rainy
mornings well face this year. You
probably wont get another chance for
another two ye are.

tion at a private school is SI,OOO a
year plus the so-called incidentals
or living and eating expenses.
But, as climbing UF registration
figures show, the rising costs have not
diminished the number of students
clammering for higher education. If
Dad cant foot the bill, theres plenty
of other ways to get the money for
the four-year plunge.
* -U
SCHOLARSHIPS help some stu students
dents students and loans from various sources
are turning the tide for others. Stu Students
dents Students still work their way through
school and the co-op plan of alternat alternating
ing alternating semesters of work and study is
growing in popularity.
Regardless of how its financed, the
degree earned by todays college stu student
dent student will at least mean he can expect
larger life-time earnings than the
friend who gave up after high school
earnings that will probably be
hard-taxed to put next generations
Joe College through the same mill.

watching amateurs doing their
best, proceeds to judge them
by professional standards which
he knows they will not meet.
It serves to prove that the
reviewer has asserted his know knowledge
ledge knowledge and demonstrated a cap capability
ability capability to delineate professional
work. It does not serve to im improve,
prove, improve, instruct, or encourage the
group that gets a pompous and
snide working-over.
To this end, it is hoped in
this corner that this seasons as assortment
sortment assortment of assistant professors,
graduate students, et al, who
are called upon to have the
privilege of instructively re reviewing
viewing reviewing and constructively cri criticizing
ticizing criticizing the efforts of the stu students
dents students and directors, will avoid
the hazards and pitfalls of the
past. We will grant their posi position
tion position as savant if they will, in
turn, speak to us" with under understanding
standing understanding and instruction on
these matters.
* *
EVEN FURTHER, it is hop hoped
ed hoped that the Starrs and Strikers
of the English department, men
with something to say and a
most wonderful way of saying
it, may be persuaded to lend
thedr knowledge and time to
such chores. It is, alas, true
that the very ones who do the
most appreciated jobs are also
usually those whose schedule
does not permit the addition of
such functions.
But we hope ... we hope.
By the way. did you expect
me to say something flumy
again? (The again is said
optimistically.)
Alright.
Kangaroo!

Friday, October 6, 1961

It May Not Stop Again For Another Two Years.
betters to the Editor
Upset By Band's Action

EDITOR:
I hav e returned from a week weekend
end weekend trip to Gainesville. I enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed the visit but two things dis disturbed
turbed disturbed me.
First, tiie brawl after the
game. I realize that both schools
hav e a small number of rowdy
drunks and poor losers. It was,
of course, unfortunate but no
really great shock or surprise
to see them fighting on the
field. However, when the
band played the national an anthem
them anthem in an attempt to quiet
things down, the UF band be began
gan began playing Dixie. When the
FSU band tried again with the
Alma Mater, the UF band again
showed its feelings by starting
what sounded like a fight song.
To me, this well organized,
mass attempt at riot incitation
wets the most shocking part of
the incident. Although th e mass
gator chant of hit em again
clearly showed how your stu student
dent student body took the loss, it was
the action of your band, an or organized,
ganized, organized, official representative
of your university, which most
deeply shocked and surprised
your visitors.
Secondly, I read on the front
page of your mullet wrapper
that because they are tired of
seeing the school mascot dese desecrated,
crated, desecrated, patriotic Sigma Nu
was volunteering to keep Albert
under 24 hour protection from
potential assailants. You point-

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YOU WERE THERE
First-And Last-Chance
To Defend The Goal Posts

By PAT CALLAN
The spontaneous riot that
developed after the game Satur Saturday
day Saturday was cosmopolitan affair,
I understand from talking with
a Latin-American friend of mine.
The way he
put it. You RRjpi£;
gnngoes have
no guts. It was aRr
the Latins who
led the charge ; ft -HH
to keep FSU
from taking I
our goal posts M
then the JR
North Amen- M M
canos follow- Os
ed.~ CALLAN
The flights were good hay haymaker
maker haymaker affairs, according to oth other
er other students who claim they
were spectators. And a drama dramatic
tic dramatic version will doubtless be
: ecorded in UF legend along
with the 52, 53, and 99 panty
and beer riots.

ed out that many FSU students
could b e in town and some of
them may try to harm Albert.
Now while you may print any anything
thing anything you wish, you can change
neither the past record nor the
facts, which are, that your stu stupid
pid stupid reptile has received much
worse treatment from his fellow
students than he has from vi visitors,
sitors, visitors, most especially from
FSU.
PEYTON L. WYNNS
Down With
The. Signs
EDITOR:
I would like to see the newly newlyerebted
erebted newlyerebted signs before most of
the campus buildings removed.
How can a freshman or trans transfer
fer transfer student attain a spirit of ad adventure
venture adventure or a sense of discov discovery?
ery? discovery?
The easy-to-read maps were
a step in the wrong direction,
but now, signs! If a student
cannot find his appointed build building
ing building unaided, he does not deserve
a college education.
CHARLES P. GOODYEAR

But a word of warning: the
administration was caught by
surprise. It wouldnt b e safe to
assume anything more.
From now on and the ad administration
ministration administration has a long, long
memory for such things, home
games with FSU will probably
be heralded by an ominous mis missive.
sive. missive. It will evolve from a high
echelon committee of faculty
and students charged with pre prej
j prej venting broken heads from be be|
| be| coming a Florida, Tradition.
The statement will begin with
I an all-embracing air such as
I Any student, involved in any
act which results in the commis commission
sion commission of any .
Then it will run the gamut
of heinous crimes centered
around defending goal posts.
It might even list th e possi possible
ble possible punishments everything
abort of hanging
The upshot of it will be that
no student will be allowed to
punch a visitor in'the nose, no
matter how much the so-and so-andso
so so-andso might deserve it.
Then the disciplinary people
will be armed with rightousness.
No matter how imaginative an
excuse youve dreamed up to
explain your broken knuckles
and black eye, theyll point to
some clause that snares you.
But stripped of diplomacy, the
clear import will be: When
youre in those old school
days bull sessions, youll enjoy
yourself more chortling about
the first affair, rather than
explaining why you w*rnt
around for the third one.*

UNDERCURRENT
A Study in 'Classical' Newspapering

By JOHN GRANT
Every scholar and historian
should pick up a copy of The
Putnam Sun, a Palatka intel intellectual
lectual intellectual journal the like of
which is seldom seen any anywhere.
where. anywhere. This little piece of Am Americana
ericana Americana paints a vivid, brilliant
picture of the national and lo local
cal local scene.
Moderation and Americanism,
couched in pleasing biblical
tones are
sprinkled gen genr'
r' genr' delight. rRAhIT
Even the ads \jKAW
are interesting as tms article
will point out.
If you think this writer has
been a bit too eulogistic about
said work of art, perhaps the
perusal of a few choice lines
will swing you over.
Here are some of the better
passages from the front
page of the Sept. 14, 1961 issue:
* *
THE PINKS, punks/ and
perverts, to use the words of
Tom Amderson of Farm and
Ranch magazine, who dominate
the press, radio and TV as well
as the Washington bureaucrats
who fall into this category must
have had a fit at the tre tremendous
mendous tremendous ovation and enthusias enthusiastic
tic enthusiastic reception which greeted the
opening session of project
Alert in Jacksonville on~Sept.
9th. This admirable enterprise,
sponsored by the local Jaycees,
is an attempt to alert the
nation to the dangers of com communism
munism communism both external and that
arising from the activities of
our home grown domestic
pinks, punks, eggheads, dogood dogooders
ers dogooders and just plain LIBERALS!
Does the reader catch the
flavor? Certainly, its classi classicism
cism classicism reincarnated in journal-*
ism; but read on: The paper
offers sage advice on the use
and protection of bomb shel shelters.
ters. shelters.
* *
Many shelter owners and
those having country homes re report
port report that, if the time ever
comes they will take in as
many friends and neighbors as
possiblethen close the doors
tight! But to keep them closed
and their families protected is
another matter! That will need
arms and ammunitionand the
help of your neighbors.
"The only sensible solution to
this problem is that a number
of neighborhood families, those
living adjacent to each other,
combine to form a tight self selfsufficient
sufficient selfsufficient protective and fight fighting
ing fighting unit. Not more than 10 to
15 persons to the unit; organized
neighborhood by neighborhood;
block by block, precinct by pre precinct
cinct precinct .

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protection to prevent being
overrun and their families
taken over by those who have
nothing.
* *
THE READER may be false falsely
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simply to save his hide in case
of emergency; not so. What he
is actually asking for is simply
more collective no, no, co cooperative
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stress.
But enough literary satiation,
what about the backbone of the
paper the ads. I promised
they would be interesting, judge
for yourself.
* *
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and business makers. AN qualified applicants will re recetve
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information about Western Electric, write College Rela Relations,
tions, Relations, Western Electric Company, Room 6106, *22
Broadway, New York 3S, New York. And be sure to
arrange for a Western Electric interview when out
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IS YOUR COLLEGE EDUCA EDUCATION
TION EDUCATION HOLDING YOU BACK?
Preventing your acquaintance
with the occult arts? I offer
free high IQ. pamphlets also,
for a dollar, I will compute
your horoscope and answer
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* *
Doubtless at tms point the
reader is anxious to know who
the great patriot is that put
this anti-pink, red, punk, per pervert
vert pervert piece of granduer together.
At the present all we have to
go on is what we are told by
the Palatka Daily News editor editorial
ial editorial of Sept. 5, 1961, and a simi similiar
liar similiar description in the Miami
Herald.
* *
IS IT NOT to be expected
from a man who spent the most
crucial years of our nations
history behind bars for a crime
against his country to be a
vengeful person? He not only de destroyed
stroyed destroyed his own distinguished
career, but the goodnna e of
his forebears who had served our
nation with distinction.
It seems a cruel twist of fate
that a man with such prophe prophetic
tic prophetic foresight shoilsi have nego negotiated
tiated negotiated his way into a cell. It
seems even more of a tragedy
that his paper and dozens of
rags like it suffer relentless cri criticism
ticism criticism from humorless moder moderates
ates moderates and liberals. After all,
whats wrong with a little joke?



CROUP SCOOP
Picnics, Debates Spark
Club Get-Togethers

Club activities this week range
from picnics to labor debates.
Some organizational meetings are
still being held.
DEMOLAY: Chevalier members
call Bill Slippy Jr. at 6-2003 to
set date for annual meeting obli obligation.
gation. obligation.
DEBATE SOCIETY: Professor
Deloney of the law school will*
speak about "Labor Legislation
tt the meeting Friday at 3:30 p.
m.in Room 357, Tigert Hall.
STUDENT OCCUPATIONAL
THERAPY ASSOCIATION: There
will be a picnic at 11:00 a.m.l
Saturday. Meet at Norman Hail
with lunches. Drinks will be furn furnished.
ished. furnished.
SOCIETY OF FRIENDS: A
meeting will be held on Sunday
from 10:45 to 12:30 p.m. in Florida
Union Rooms 116, 118, 121 and
123.
UNIVERSITY LIBERAL RELI RELIGIOUS
GIOUS RELIGIOUS ASSOCIATION: There
will be a meeting in the Florida
Union Johnson Lounge from 7:30
to 11:00 on Sunday.
DESERT CLUB: A meeting will
be held at 7:00 p.m. in Room 116

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Florida Union on Monday.
ALPHA KAPPA PSI: There will
be a Smoker from 7:00 to 10:00
p.m. in the Florida Union John Johnson
son Johnson Lounge on Monday.
FOOTBALL PLAYERS: A meet meeting
ing meeting will be held from 1:00 to 2:00
on Monday in the Florida Union.
REAL ESTATE CLUB: There
will be a meeting on Monday in
Room 208. Florida Union from 7:00
to 8:30 p.m.
SWIM FINSAQUA GATORS:
Discussion of Homecoming show
and announcement of those to
| swim are the program for the
meeting Monday in Room 201.
Florida Gym at 7:30 p:m. All in interested
terested interested please attend.
UNION BOARD: A meeting
will be held from 4:00 to 5:30
p.m. in Florida Union Room 215 on
Monday.
THE GREEK GREEKS (to dif differentiate
ferentiate differentiate from fraternity and so sorority
rority sorority members) of the Hellenic.
American Club are sponsoring a
Grecian Holiday Saturday at
Oowpen Lake.
Guests include the Arab Club,
the Florida Players,: faculty and
visitors.

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Tan Epsilon Phi (foreground), and
0$ Pi Lambda Phi (not in picture) con con./
./ con./ I 3p||S& '9** % > elude their rush programs with one ol
** Sgi 1 the most colorful pledging ceremonies
on the UF campus.
**** Prospective pledges descend the
* ||B? JB / T- hills from Hume, Graham, and Tolbei*t
: mm- Areas to join new and old friends
*" WjSa in a new way of life in the three Greek
BBSiIBWi yy^^Bi.w/ r # Iti Houses.
In The Dark
Sex Rears Its Smiling Face
On Local Screens This Week

By FRED SCHNEIDER
A young virgin, Tokyo Rose.
and Robert Mitchum join hands,

J entertainment wise, on Gainesville
| screens* this week.
I Your friend and mine, Tokyo
Rose, (Hello Americans, this is
your friend Tokyo Rose, how
come you no surrender, hah?)
and Caroll Baker (Raby doll) j
meet for an exciting sequence in
Bridge to the Sun at the Flor Florida
ida Florida Theater next week.
Caroll Baker portiays a young
backwoodsy lass who caused a wee
bit of excitement when she packed
up all her cares and woe and mar married
ried married a Japanese, played by James
Shigeta.
The meat of the movie lies in
the adjustments that this Ameri-1
can maid has to make. Then of j
course, there is the fact that they
were married before World War-
Two and after the outbreak
Americans were not very popu popular
lar popular with the Japanese.
Although the picture has such
ominous recommendations as The ]
Good Housekeeping Seal of Ap Approval,
proval, Approval, which would probably
keep even Dick Hebert away,
one should put these ov.t of
mind and see the movie, regard regardless.
less. regardless.
Bergman Specialty
The Virgin Spring. an Inge Ingemar
mar Ingemar Bergman specialty, will be
showing at the State next week.
Although the action of this dra drama
ma drama makes a snail look like Jet
plane, one should not let this
stop them from seeing the show |
after all, what are a few |
yawns, between friends?

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) In actuality, this is one of
(the greatest dramas ever produc.
led by Bergman. But, there are a
| few drawbacks.
I For instance: Have you ever
Iseen a young, chaste little girl
brutally raped by some wayfar wayfarj
j wayfarj ing strangers and then pleasant,
ily beaten to death with a Se Sei
i Sei quoia stump?
Again: Have you ever viewed
a young man violently regurgita regurgitating
ting regurgitating on the screen at such an
angle that you unconsciously
reach for your handkerchief?
Sheltered Life?
Bergman realizes that this view viewers
ers viewers lead a sheltered life and in.
! eludes such little tidbits as these
for the vicariousness of the ex experience.
perience. experience.
But these are minor details that
one can overcome by not eating
four hours before show-time.
For pure allegory, Bergman has
never been better. The acting is
superb and the soundgdubbed in
which usually results in five
minutes of lip movement just to
say Hello.
At the Florida Union Movie, Ro Robert
bert Robert Mitchum appears in The
Enemy Below a rather tense,
nail chewing war drama that
will have the staunchest individu individual
al individual perspiring.
This is one of the few movies j
in which Mitchum manages to
act and not resemble a garnish garnished
ed garnished pillar.
Any further details will ruin the
movie.

Socially Speaking
Greeks Sigh! Rush Ends

By DEE SHINN
Rush is over and its time to
show off new members, as Greeks
honor their newly won pledges.
Pi Kaps will party Saturday
night to the sounds of Bill Fouts
and his Combo. Partying for the
first time as fraternity men, new newest
est newest Pi Kappa Phis will be hono honorees.
rees. honorees.
New Phi Tau pledges will be
Cavorting Saturday night to the
Combo Kings. The band will play
on the open air patio as Phi Taus
and dates dance.
Also showing off their new
pledges are the Pi Lams with a
record party Saturday night.
Festivities at the Delta Upsilon
house this weekend will feature a
Lawn Cleanup party Saturday
night. Assorted surprises will be
cached inside rolled up newspa newspapers
pers newspapers for brothers, pledges and
guests to find.
DU brothers Rob Hailey and
Bill Gravett will entertain on the
lawn with guitar and banjo music.
Following these Clever Capers,
Annual Shoots
KA, Seniors
All seniors whose last names
begin with E and members of
' Kappa Alpha Fraternity are
scheduled to have their Seminole 1
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Men should wear a dark coat
and tie and girls should wear a
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whose last names begin with F
and members of Delta Tau Delta
Fraternity; Tuesday, seniors G
and Pi Kappa Alpha; Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, seniors H, Sigma Phi Epsi Epsilon
lon Epsilon and Tau Kappa Epsilon;
! Thursday, seniors I and J and
Tau Epsilon Phi; and Friday,
seniors K and L and Sigma Nu.

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a record hop will be held inside.
Phi Gams will swing both nights
to recorded music while the delta
so enjoyed the Holidays from Or Orlando
lando Orlando last week that they will
rock out to the same tunes again
this weekend.

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Gators-Wave Meet
In New Orleans
By ROBERT GREEN
Gator Sports Writer
tThe unbeaten but once tied Gator Football team
will attempt to get back on its winning ways tonight
wheh Coach Ray Graves squad goes to New Orleans to
meet Tulane.

Kickoff time for the opening
SBC contest for both squads is
9 p. m. (BST) in the Sugar
Bowl.
The Gators and their fans
are still smarting from last
Saturday's unexpected 3-3 tie
with underdog Florida State
and a big win is needed to
help restore, morale. Tul an e
will go Into the game looking
for Hs firs} victory of the sea seaon,
on, seaon, after toeing the first two.
They felh to Stanford in the
opener in California, 9-7, and
gave Alabama a great fight last
week before falling, 9-0. This
will be the first home game for
the Green Wave.
Stern Test
Once agaip the Gator line will
face a stern test. The Tulane for forward
ward forward wall averages 218 pounds per
man. Ed Reynolds leads the way
at tackle, weighing 246. Pre-sea Pre-season
son Pre-season All-American Gus Gonzales
is 228 and anchors the line at
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In the hackfieid, however, the
Greenlee are much weaker.
Tom Mason, their great back
of last season, is gone as

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- K IM " ~ 1
is their fine quarterback Phil
Nugent. Ted Miller will proba probably
bly probably take over for Nugent al although
though although he ig being pressed by
sophomore A1 Burgueries, a
freshman star last season.
Gorden Rush has moved from
fullback to half to replace Mas Mason.
on. Mason. He was the third best rush rusher
er rusher on the team last year. Adrion
Colon, a defensive back most of
last year will be at the other
half with either Larry Stein or
Bill Ary at fullback.
Oemson Form
The Gators will be hoping that
their offense will be back to the
form of the Clemson game, bas based
ed based on the running and passing of
Larry Labertore plus the run running
ning running of Bob Hoover, Lindy
Infante, and Bob Goodman. The,
defense will be helped by the un unexpected
expected unexpected return of Floyd Dean
at tackle. Dean missed the FSU
game.
In addition to Dean, who will
be replaced by Fred Pearson, in
the event he cant play, tackle
Jim Beaver and center Bruce

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BRUCE CULPEPPER, veteran UF center will need
to be at his best tonight when the Giators face Tulane
in New Orleans Sugar Bowl. The Green Wave line
averages 218 pounds a man, but Bruces coaches have
confidence that he will get the job done.

Culpepper are on hand to bol bolster
ster bolster the UF line. Culpepper, in
particular, has been doing a fine
job as the teams only veteran
center.
The U* team is within one
game of tieing the season series
between the teams. The Gators
have 5 wins against 6 losses and
two ties. They have won the last
three' games in a row, including
last seasons 21-6 win in Gaines Gainesville.
ville. Gainesville.
Mural Action
Readies Start
The Intramural program gets
into full swing Monday, Oct. 9 as
three leagues open play.
In the Orange and Blue frater fraternity
nity fraternity leagues water-basketball be begins
gins begins with fury with some of the
top teams seeing action as Sigma
Nu and Tau Epsilon Phi, the
number two and three teams at
the end of last season, square off
in what could be one of the rough roughest
est roughest games in the tourney.
Pi Kappa Phi, and Phi Gam Gamma
ma Gamma Delta two pre-season Blue fav favorites
orites favorites open their run for the
money this week.
In the sorat circuit volleyball
is the first sport, it will also be begin
gin begin Monday afternoon October 9.
The Independent, Off-Campus,
Mens Dorm, and Womens Dorm
and Independent League will
open next week.

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PROGNOS-T-GATOR RESULTS
W I. T Pet.
Gora 13 3 2 .777
Buehalter 10 ,* 6 2 .611

By MIKE GORA
Alligator Sports Editor
Florida Over Tulane . Ga Gators
tors Gators Bounce back on their way to
another Graves season. Watch for
Libs arm and a half-back reverse
pass.
Miami over Navy . Middies
arent up to Bellino and Co.
Canes can can cause warning in
South.
Bama over Vandy . Theres
a Bear Trap awaitin for the Com Commodores
modores Commodores and anyone else who
comes upon the Crimson Tide
this season.
Auburn over Kentucky . Tigers
to whup Wildcats in feline battle.
LSU over Georgia Tech .
upset but home is where the
fourth quarter is.
Pitt over Washington . Big
line smart backs make for a win.
ning Pitt eleven. Huskies dont
have it this year.
Purdue over Notre Dame .
Hate picking against Irish, how however,
ever, however, this is the weekend of the
boilermaker.
Clemson over North Carolina .
. Howards fellers to win one.
N.C. down after victory over
State.
Syracuse over Maryland . Da Davis
vis Davis the pride of the east to romp.

I Reitz Rough
In Grid Debut
Who said Dr. Reitz wasnt a
football fan? The distinguished
University president showed his
mettle on the UF practice field
Wednesday afternoon, and after
viewing his performance from his
tower, Coach Ray Graves was ser seriously
iously seriously thinking about offering him
a scholarship.
Clad in a very un-football-like
suit and tie, Dr. Reitz neverthe nevertheless
less nevertheless impressed onlookers with his
passing and pass receiving. The
only unfortunate incident occur occurred
red occurred when Dr. Reitz informed
those present that he had used
up his eligibility.
By the time he finished,
might have used up all of Doc
Lankfords linament also.
UF Teams Meet
The UF swimming team will
hold an organizational meeting
Wednesday October 11, at 4:15 p.
m., at the north end of Florida
pool.
The golf team will hold a meet meeting
ing meeting on Monday, October 9, at 7:00
in the basement of Florida Gym.

By BILL BUCHALTER
Sports Editor Emeritus
Instead of namesdropping in
this socialistic jock column this
week, I would like to drop a few
remarks about what people are
saying on campus.
For instance;
Florida over Tulane. .say 14-
7. .speed to b e the difference
with Sallie and Margie cheering
and Lib rurihing and Bobby pass passing.
ing. passing.
Miami over Navy. .The Hurri Hurricanes
canes Hurricanes are a Friday night team
which reminds me of the songs
th e little man is singing. .
Peg of m y heart and Never
on Saturday.
Bama over Vandy. . This one
will be closer than people think
but then not many know that
pear is really a vegetable, ex except
cept except Sandy.
Auburn over Kentucky. ..The
Tigers are on the prowl like Sid
the kid, Sue Allen, Linda, Jan,
Head, Collins, etc.
Ga. Tech over LSU. .This one
is going against the grain but
a Loughridge field goal will de decide
cide decide it.
Washington over Pitt. .The
Huskies have recovered from the
opening day loss and march to toward
ward toward the Rose Bowl again.
Notre Dame over Purdue.
The Irish have all the luck, just
ask Karen, Claudia, Cohen, Dr.
Bartley, Yecko and Bat-1 ad y,
Camel and Rodney, etc.
Clemson over N. Carolina. .An
upset? Perhaps but the Tigers
have- a man whos a mover,
particularly in the sno-con e age.
Syracuse over Md. .1 could
lose this one over a political has hassle
sle hassle involving a frigid penguin and
a Broward legislator but in the
long run, the nose will have
his mink coat. .or Tom Nugent
will not dot his I for him.

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SBC ROUND-UP
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Seven Unbeaten On Snot

Three teams will open their
Southeastern Conference schedules
this weekend while two others will
outside the loop to meet non nonconference
conference nonconference football foes.
In addition, seven of the SECs
12 teams can boast of undefeat undefeated
ed undefeated records going into Saturdays
games.
Prime Interest
Os prime interest for UF fans
is the Gator-Tulape clash tonight
in New Orleans. The Green Wave
is 0-2 in gaimes while the UF
team has a win and a 3-3 tie
with Florida State. This will open
the Gators SEC season.
Last year, the Saurians had a
5-1 SEC mark, their best ever.
They finished one-half game be benind
nind benind Mississippi.
Those same Rebels seem
strong again with impressive
wins over Arkansas and Ken Kentucky.
tucky. Kentucky. They are over-whelming
favorites to add win number
three against Florida State in
Oxford.
Alabama, also unbeaten, travels
to Nashvill e for a night game
with Vanderbilt, The Comma Commadores,
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last year, have already won two
out of two this season behind the
fine quarterbacking of Hank Le Lesesne.
sesne. Lesesne. This should be one of the
top games of the week,
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The other top clash will be in
Baton Roug e when Georgia Tech
and LSU meet. Tech is in the top
ten after their smashing 24-0 win
over Rice. The Tigers came back
to beat Texas A&M for a one oneone
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Auburns offensive minded Ti Tigers
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and Mississippi while Auburn top topped
ped topped Tennessee, 24-21, in a wild
one last week.
Tennessee will attempt to get
on the right track when they
host surprising Miss is s i pp i
State. State has won both its
starts, against non conference
foes. However, Tennessee should
even its record by Saturday at
five oclock.
The final SEC gam e of the week
matches the Georgia Bulldogs
against ACC foe South Carolina
in Athens. Word is that new coach
Jim Griffin is on the spot after
two lop-sided losses and only one
touchdown in two games. A win
is a most for him this Saturday.