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Volume 54, Number 7

IFC Upset
In Mix-Up
Happy Now
HC Block Seating
Cause of Greek Vows
There was almost no
Jtumors were fast and fu furious
rious furious this week due to a
mix-up between the Inter-
Fraternity Council and the
Athletic Department.
HDue to confusion concerning
eeating arrangements, for Home Homecojping
cojping Homecojping game the IFC passed a
resolution to have all fraternities
withdraw from homecoming ac activities
tivities activities unless the Athletic Depart Department
ment Department recind an order on seating
numbers and deadlines for game
The resolution was never pre presented.
sented. presented.
All to Have Seats
The mix-up was cleared up and
as it stands now, all fraternities
will have as mahy seats as it re requires
quires requires to seat its members and
their dates.
Originally the fraternities were
to have only tickets for the num number
ber number on their roles plus 60 per cent.
This according to Assistant Ath Athletic
letic Athletic Director Percy Beard is all
that is usually required by a fra fraternity.
ternity. fraternity. The other disagreement
was the deadline for obtaining
tickets. The IFC explained that
the original deadline of Thursday
night was not adequate time for
fraternity men to get their dates
I. D.
Beard extended the deadline un until
til until Monday night.
So it appears that their will be
a homecoming after all.
Greeks Coming
.The Gator Greek, the Inter-Fra Inter-Fraternity
ternity Inter-Fraternity Council newspaper will ar arrive
rive arrive with ten thousand copies
next Friday according to recently
appointed editor David West.
The paper which will feature
the fraternities aid to v Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming Witt be placed in all fra fraternity
ternity fraternity and sorority houses as
well as different locations about
West asked that all fraternity
men who wish to work on the
publication contact him at the
Kappa Alpha House.
Phys. Ed. Head
Gets Nat'l Post
Norma M. Leavitt, head of the
- Department of Required Physical
Education for Women, has been
appointed to a national commit committee
tee committee of the American Association
for Health, Physical Eduoation
and Recreation.
Mrs. Leavitt witt serve on the
Presidents Committee to Study
the Possibility of Youth Sports
Fitness Clubs, under the sponsor sponsorship
ship sponsorship of AAHPER, a department
of the National Education Associ Association.
ation. Association.

Campus Readying
For Big HC Rush

Studies disappear as 60,000 Ga
tors past and present get
ready to rush the New Frontier
next weekend.
Signs of the big push already
pepper the campus. Gator Growl
try-outs were a high-point of this
week (see story Pg. 1) and no
sooner will the Plaza of the Am Americas
ericas Americas be cleared of gear from
the skits than booths for the HC
AtUmni Reunion next Saturday
start going up.
In the back yards of Greek
houses platforms for floats be begin
gin begin to take on predictable
ottapes, while the fronts of hous houses
es houses are beco ming hidden by
muses of plywood scaffolds.
For a quick run-down of next
weekends events, see the Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming Preview schedule, pg- *
To Start With .
Festivities officially get under underway
way underway Friday afternoon with a pa parade
rade parade down University Avenue.
Gov. Farris Bryant, his cabinet,
University President J. Wayne
Reito, members of Floridas Con Congressional
gressional Congressional delegation and other
Visiting dignitaries wifi ride in
the parade.
Theyll be surrounded by mili military
tary military drill units, fraternity and
sorority floats and high schools
bands from all over the state,
phtt the University's own famed
Gator Band.
Following the parade, active
and alumni members of Florida
Blue Key and their Invited
guests will hear V. S. Vice Pre President
sident President Lyndon B. Johnson
.speak at the annual Blue Key
Banquet In Florida Gymnasium.
Floridas junior Senator George
Jut Smathers will introduce the
Tire-President, and former gover governor
nor governor Fuller Warren will be toast toastmaster
master toastmaster for the banquet.
The Big Show
The largest all student show
in the nation will be performed
Friday night for the 30th time
whga Gator Growl plays to a ca capacify
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Gator Growl Skit
Finalists Selected
There Were blankets on the ground, people chirping in the
trees and blue-jeaned youngsters running around. But, as one by bystander
stander bystander put it, It sure wasnt much like a Sunday-school picnic.

All wininng skits in Tuesdays
cleaned-up Gator Growl 1 try tryouts
outs tryouts will be touched up for good
taste before going on TV, said
Growl director Wayne Cobb.
People responded very well to
the clean up order, Cobb said.
But there are a few spots in
every skit that cant be shown
when they are put on at Gator
The three fraternities and
two sororities whose skits were
chosen are Phi Kappa Tau, Phi
Delta Theta, Phi Gamma Del Delta,
ta, Delta, Alpha Epsilon Phi and Kap Kappa
pa Kappa Delta.
Good Show
Try-outs went off just like
clockwork, said Cobb, with the 19
participating groups performing
alternately on two stages.
The hundreds of people watch watching
ing watching the show some startled
into it by the sight of Martians
and Mandarlans taring near the
Century Towerfound seats on a
first-come-first-serve basis.
Variety of Seats
Park benches filled rapidly,
then the top of a garbage bin binwhich
which binwhich later turned over on top of
its occupants was put to use.
Most people settled for soggy
seats on the grass.
The onlookers getting the most

Jacksonville television person personality
ality personality Dick Stratton will emcee
an honor roll of personalities
which includes U. S. Rep. D. R.
(Billy) Matthews, former Gov.
Warren, Dean of Student Affairs
Lester Hale aad national sports sportscaster,
caster, sportscaster, Red Barber.
Student talent, fraternity and
sorority skits, novelty acts,
music and precision marching
(See HC, Page 3)

w s
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||il ll
. through Gator Growl skit tryouts, keeping up a
steady stream of banter with the show's emcee.

attention were those who nestled
.in trees surrounding the try-out
area. The self styled birdies
stole the show by shouting com comments
ments comments to the campus at large,
then by exchanging banter with
the announcer.
a very nice crowd/
commented Cobb.
t ".1

Sweetheart Ball
Caps Weekend
A Twin-bill Homecoming Ball
Saturday night caps off UFs ga gala
la gala Homecoming festivities next
In the ballroom atmosphfsre .up .upstairs
stairs .upstairs in the Student Service Cen Center,
ter, Center, students will dance ,so the
music of the Bucaneers. The 15-
piece band will get things moving
at 8:30, augmented no# and
then by the bands vocalist,
Meanwhile the Centers,' £ main
floor will be turned into $a sup supper
per supper club. Folk singer Marcello
Truzri will take the floofevshow
spotlight, and a combo will fur furnish
nish furnish dance music. %
A high point of the evening both
upstairs and down will be the ar arrival
rival arrival of the Homecoming Sweet Sweetheart
heart Sweetheart and her court.
Mens Area Presidents Council
dance sponsors, will sell
for the Homecoming Ball each
day next week at the Informa Information
tion Information booth. Fee is $2.50 a Couple.
Tickets can also be purchased at
tne door Saturday night. ?.
The ball will provide a suitable
climax to the Homecoming 4 week weekend
end weekend for the independent student.
However we welcome and/expect
fraternity men and others to at-
tend, said John Flynn, HC Ball
chairman. ;

Friday, Oct. 20, 1961 Univorsity of Florida, Gainesville

funeral Tent
for Contest
Hie body under the funeral
tent in Cory Village was rath-,
er alive and lively.
Her name was Penny Nim Nimmons
mons Nimmons and her title, Mrs
Cory Village. The occasion
Was the annual picnic two
weeks ago for the Cory Vil Villagers
lagers Villagers with the joint Mrs.
The funeral tent had caused
questions when it was left
standing lor a couple of weeks
after the contest. Hie Village
picnic had been held near the
tent, and the contest was staged
under It during the picnic.
The picnic-beauty fegt folded
up and went home, but the
tent wa left standing.

Bullock Names Pope
Alumni Coordinator

Gator Staff Writer
Graduating seniors may now
receive true orientation for their
role as alumni through a Stu Student
dent Student Director of Alumni Affairs.
Student Body President Bruce
Bullock has named Wally Pope
to the newly created student gov government
ernment government position.
Pope met Wednesday with
the deans and directors of all
UF colleges for long-range
planning on the effort to help
students on the university level
Understand their potential role
as alumni.
Also present at the meeting
were Bill Fleming, executive dir director
ector director of the UF Alumni Associa Association,
tion, Association, and his assistant, A1 Also Alsobrook.
brook. Alsobrook.
Fantastic Potential
The potential for alumni sup*
port in this state is fantastic,
Pope said.
Bullock commented the plan
really fills a void in student
service and he hopes a success successful
ful successful program will erase the pop popular
ular popular image of an alumnus as a
person squeezed to support ath athletic
letic athletic events which is not the
Organize Soon
He said alumni affairs com committees
mittees committees will be organized as soon
as possible in each college through
which the program of indoctrina indoctrination
tion indoctrination will operate.
Seniors will be told what the
Alumni Association is and will
hear alumni speak at various
meetings throughout the year.
Bullock said that alumni have
actually called for this position.

Government Releases
Money to Cuban Students

The Universitys .87 Cuban re refugee
fugee refugee student* will receive about
$34,000 in- aid from the United
States government this semester,
according to foreign student ad advisor
visor advisor Dr. Ivan Putnam.
The money, a portion of the
governments emerg fund to
aid Cuban students attending
schools in the United was
recently released for disburse disbursement
ment disbursement by President J. F. Kennedy.

UF Profs Warn Board
Salary Hike Must Stay

FEE Finds
Few Friends
For Support
Budget Tabling
Temporary Action
Gator Editorial Assistant
The student fee allocation and
organizations budget was tabled
by the Legislative Council Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night, but will be considered
at a special session next week.
In order to attain passage, the
budget must have two readings.
Annually presented to the
Council for approval, the budget
consists of individual appropria appropriations
tions appropriations to campus groups, such as
the Lyceum Council or the
Orange Peel.
Hie tabling of the budget will
not necessarily delay the pass passage
age passage which is financially vital to
the groups concerned.
Grievances will be heard in the
Treasurers office this afternoon
for those organizations who felt
the allocations were unjust.
In other business, a proposal
to sell the Seminole to students
for $5 was tabled.
Tom Gibson and Jared Lebow
were approved for Board of Stu Student
dent Student publication posts; and
Paul Hendrick and Pam Hack
appointed to fill the offices of
defaulted Council members.
A Student Government Reevalu Reevaluation
ation Reevaluation committee was formed to
study the expansion of SG should
the UF increase its enrollment
considerably or should it be oper operated
ated operated on a year-round basis.
Appointed to the committee
were: Bill Norris, Don Cohen,
Joe Chapman, and Jim Larche.

They know that active alum alumni
ni alumni can be a great force fqr the
state and for the University, he
In the colleges of Engineer Engineering
ing Engineering and Law, the program will
probably work through the
Benton Engineering Socie Society
ty Society and the Josn Marshal Bar
Association, Bullock said.
Named assistant Student Direc Director
tor Director of Alumni was Mrs. Eve Peck,
a senior in the College of Law.
She will work with coed can candidates
didates candidates for graduation.
Human Albert
The UF will have a human
mascot before it gets a re replacement
placement replacement for Albert.
The mascot, slated to romp
in an alligator costume at the
Homecoming 'game Oct. 28, will
be chosen at the first meeting
of tiie Freshman Council Mon Monday
day Monday evening in the Florida
Reed Ellis, Freshman Presi President,
dent, President, said the person chosen
will be announced that night.

Students Plan Ceremonies
For United Nations Day

UF international students will
hold the Universitys first Unit United
ed United Nations Day ceremony Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday at 7 p. m. in the Plaza of
the Americas, according to Fer Fernando
nando Fernando Gimenez, commissioner of
foreign affairs.
Tentative plans for the event
include a flag-raising ceremony,

Grants-in-aid of SI,OOO per se semester
mester semester will be awarded to Cu Cuban
ban Cuban students who are in finan financial
cial financial straits. Dr. Putnam expects
to begin alioting funds within ten
In addition to these grants-ki grants-kiaid,
aid, grants-kiaid, the university will continue to
award the Cuban students a SIOO
discount on their out-ot-state tui tuition
tion tuition fee.

Control Board Gets Notice Today

i 2 Gridders j
I In Attident |
UF football players Bob Hoover
and Dick Skelly, both 20, received
minor injuries Wednesday when
they were involved in a motor motorcycle-car
cycle-car motorcycle-car accident in the 400 block
of West University Avenue.
Police reported the two were
riding on Hoovers motorcycle
when struck by an automobile
driven by Marjorie Watson of Mic Micanopy.
anopy. Micanopy.
They were taken to the UF Med Medical
ical Medical Center where Skelly was
treated for lacerations and re released.
leased. released. Hoover was held over overnight
night overnight for observation and treat treatment
ment treatment of lacerations.
The incident was not the first
involving the two Gator gridders.
Last spring they, along with end
Billy Cash, were captured at the
pen of Albert the Alligator.
All three were placed on dis disciplinary
ciplinary disciplinary probation for the alli alligator-wrestling
gator-wrestling alligator-wrestling incident but only
Skelly remains an probation.
United Fund
Sets Pledges
Team captains for the campus
United Fund Drive will begin
pledge collections Monday push pushing
ing pushing toward the $23,500 set as the
UFs quota.
A seven per cent increase in
this years quota over last
years was prompted by* pay
raises received by university fa faculty
culty faculty members and employes. The
$28,600 is over 25 per cent of the
Gainesville area goal.
Dr. Armin H. Gropp, campus
chairman, said that an effort
will be made to ask University fa faculty
culty faculty members and employes for
either monthly or quarter 1 y
pledges, rather than cash don donations.
ations. donations. Dr. Gropp feels that
pledge donations would be easier
to make than direct cash dona donations.
tions. donations.
At the kick-off coffee held
earlier in the week for Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville area United Fund Drive
workers, Dr. Frank Goodwin,
marketing professor, told the vol volunteer
unteer volunteer workers to meet the res responsibilities
ponsibilities responsibilities of mature citizens
and be willing to face the fuller
responsibility of a United Fund

Will Officials Help?

In-Red Buses May Get Rale Cul

UFs infant in-the-red bus sys system,
tem, system, now operating on a contin-.
uous basis five hours a day, re received
ceived received hope of economic salva salvation
tion salvation Wednesday, according to Stu Student
dent Student Body President Bruce Bul Bullock.
lock. Bullock.
A, promise by UF finance head
Ellis Jones to review rates charg charged
ed charged student government for buses
was labeled by Bullock as a pos possible
sible possible administration push.
BUllock said Ellis indicated
possibility of a lower rate on a
continuous operation basis to re replace
place replace $4-an-hour rates now
charged the students.

tiie singing of the UN anthem
and a speech by a member of
the UF administration.
The ceremony, sponsored by in international
ternational international student groups on
campus, will be open to the pub public.
lic. public.
Punch and cookies will be serv served.
ed. served.
Another recognition of the holi holiday
day holiday will be presented at the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist Student Center at S p.m.
p. m.
The program will consist of
three ten-minute films, about the
UN and a panel discussion with
Dr. Ivan Putman, advisor to for foreign
eign foreign students, Reuben Navarro,
Muhammad Hallaj and Humber Humberto
to Humberto Schenane taking part.
The League of Women Voters,
the American Association of Uni University
versity University Women and the American
Association for the United
Nations will sponsor the observ observance.
ance. observance.

New Raise Might Get
Axe in Year-Round Switch
Faculty members warned the Beard of Control this
week that UF education will hit a state of crisis if any
part of the new faculty raises is used to pay for costs
of year-round university operation.

Board Decides
System Today
Trimester or quarter system?
The decision comes today at a
meeting of the state Board of
Control in Tallahassee.
With the trimester system be believed
lieved believed to be the most likely de decision,'
cision,' decision,' UF officials travel to the
state capital to present their bid
for a quarter system for year yearround
round yearround operation.
Trimester Choice?
Dean of Academic Affairs Rob Robert
ert Robert Mautz and John Webb, UF fac faculty
ulty faculty advisor on year round opera operations,
tions, operations, have both predicted victory
for a trimester plan, backed by
Florida State University and the
University of South Floirda.
Mautz said the UF was obliged
to present its view on the system
involved. Florida A&M is also for
the quarter system with semester
UF President J. Wayne Reitz is
expected to reserve the right to
advocate the quarter system at
the board meeting, according to
The decision was forced by a
legislative mandate that universi universities
ties universities go year-round in order to
qualify for faculty raises. The
year-round move is an attempt to
make full use of campus facilities.
Whichever system is picked, the
question of faculty pay will remain
a question mark. Members of the
American Association of Univer University
sity University Professors drafted resolutions
this week which requested clarifi clarification
cation clarification of the states intent on the
salary question. (See story above).
The question is will the pro proposed
posed proposed raise be just a proportional
pay for professors working a full
year or an actual increase over a
full years salary?

At a nickel-a-ride we couldnt
possibly meet present expenses of
S2O a day, Ron Sarajih, project
chairman, said.
The buses are averaging 80 rid riders
ers riders a trip, bringing $lO a day into
the coin box.
Bullock praised Dean of Stu Student
dent Student Personnel Lester Hale for
his cooperation in trying to reach
a better rate.
We do not feel that this is a
student government job, Bullock
said, explaining that the only rea reason
son reason student government was do doing
ing doing it was to prove to the admin administration
istration administration that there was a need
and demand for such a system.

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Something to GROWL About!
... That's the special edition of the Florida Alligato#
out Friday, Oct. 27. You'll find full color photo* of tfii
Homecoming finalists, fireworks and floats. You'll road
of days whan students marched down University
Avenue in their pajamas. You won't want to miss this
issue. In order to bring the special Homecoming
edition, the Alligator will not publish this Tupsdsv.
P.S. You will probably wont more than one copy, if CT
remember that honor system colls for payment of HAL.
cents per additional copy, FHfafP*

Sea Page 4

Eight Pages This Edition

The resolution, sent to the
Board of Control, for its meet meeting
ing meeting today was drafted at a meet meeting
ing meeting of the UF chapter of the Am American
erican American Association of University
Professors Tuesday night.
Injure Morale
Such action would violate our
understanding of legislative In Intent,
tent, Intent, result in severe injury to
faculty morale . and be quite
unacceptable to the faculty, the
resolution stated.
It was resolved that what*
ever year-round system is adapt adapted,
ed, adapted, the faculty compense-tioiTtflJui
developed should aprovidq appro approximately
ximately approximately 13 per cent for merit in increases
creases increases for the academic ye£r
1962-33; this basic increment, fur furthermore,
thermore, furthermore, should be over and
above Any possible compensation
granted because of a kxnger work
Three resolutions in all were
passed at the years first meeting
of the AAUP, in McCarty Hail
Urged Reitz
A second resolution urged the
President of this University to
request of the Board of Control
and the Budget Commission that
the policies of faculty, compen compensation
sation compensation be made available to the
faculty members of this Univer University
sity University not later than December 1,
A motion was made to substi substitute
tute substitute asked for urged, but got
voted down by a voice vote.
Gov. Farris Bryant waa asked
in a third resolution to implement
a 1961 legislative act which would
bring university professors under
the Social Security system.
Guests at the meeting included
Alachua Countys legislative de delegation
legation delegation Sen. J Emory (Red)'
Cross and Reps. Osee Fagan and
Ralph Turlington.
Burt Ames, director of UlFUtti UlFUttiploye
ploye UlFUttiploye Personnel Service, and S.
Allen Niesen, assistant manger, of
the local Society Security office,
were guest speakers. Amea, Nie Niesen
sen Niesen and Turlington explained
some of the facts behind a bill
which would combine Social Se Security
curity Security with a teachers retirement

Indications of possible reduc reduction
tion reduction of rates can be found in the
following rates:
A bus Is rented to Plants and
Grounds at S9O a month. Used
for janitorial transportation, it
runs all day.
Cost of drivers, according to
the transportation department, is
$2 an hour.
The buses, maintaining their
previous schedule, are now also
running in between scheduled
Sara jin said that since student
government was having to pay
by the hour there was no anise
in running the bus on a half-time

Page 2

Ur Gets 'Mrs.' Tonight
A* 20 Go to Finals

The'TJF will get a Mrs." to tonight
night tonight as 20 finalists go through
their paces for the last phase of
the.Mra. UF contests.
- James Petersen, WUFT-TV pro produce
duce produce r'-director, will emcee the
program at the University Inn.
Contestants will be judged on
their appearance in sportswear
and cocktail dresses. The public
' is invited to watch this part of
The contest.
Twenty contestants have al already
ready already been through the initial

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- remove the pressure which con consterns
sterns consterns today's college student
~upon whom increasing de de*
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academic excellence.
Christian Science calms fear
and gives to the student the full
assurance he needs in order to
learn easily and to evaluate
what he has learned. It teaches
I that God is mans Mindhis
only Mindfrom which ema emanates
nates emanates all the intelligence he
needs, when and as he needs it.
Science and Health, the text textbook
book textbook of Christian Science, may
be read or examined, together
with-the Bible, in an atmos atmosphere
phere atmosphere of quiet and peace, at any
Science Reading
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portions of the contest. On Satur Saturday
day Saturday they met with the judges for
personal interviews at the Uni University
versity University Womens Club. Home Homemaking
making Homemaking skills were tested on
Wednesday at Gainesville High
The contestants, all married to
University students, represent the
following organisations: Mrs. Wil William
liam William H. Dilatush, Architecture
and Fine Arts Dames; Mrs. Reg Reginald
inald Reginald Fechtel, Alpha Tau Omega
fraternity; Mrs. Leland A. Davis,
Agriculture Dames, and Mrs.
Robert J. McManus, Arts and
Sciences Dames,
Mrs. Edwin H. Cheatham, Beta
Theta Pi fraternity; Mrs. Larry
Woods, Journalism and Commun Communications
ications Communications Dames; Mrs. John E.
Estes, Forestry Dames; Mrs.
Marshall E. Myer Jr., Educa Education
tion Education Dames, and Mrs. James L.
Bashaiw, American Institute of
Industrial Engineers.
Mrs. Harland D. Clements,
Business Administration Dames;
Mrs. Roger L. Edwards, Flavet
HI. Mrs. Ralph W. Nimmons
Jr., Oorry Memorial. Village; Mrs.
Frank W. X. Biglow, Delta Tau
Delta fraternity, and Mrs. Clar Clarence
ence Clarence Good son, Alpha Kappa Psi.
Mrs. James W. McCarthy, Phar Pharmacy
macy Pharmacy Dames; Mrs. Samuel C.
Gresham, Flavet HI; Mrs. Theo Theodore
dore Theodore F. Gray Jr., University Col College
lege College Dames; Mrs. W. Clay
Choate, Engineeriog Dames; Mrs.
Sidney F. Davis, and Mrs. Nico Nicolas
las Nicolas Dellepiane, ISO.

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'Campus Pack' Sales Kick Off Dollars Drive

Gator Staff Writer
A package of sundries plus a
box of peanut brittle plus a bas basketball
ketball basketball game add up to Dollars
for Scholars 1961.
Kicking off this years drive
will be the sale of a mens cam campus
pus campus pack later this month. Ac According
cording According to Jack Mahaffey, stu student
dent student body vice president and
chairman of the drive, the pack

Housing Probes
Off-Campus Area

Critical evaluation of off-cam off-campus
pus off-campus housing facilities in Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville has prompted Dean of Stu Student
dent Student Personnel Lester Hale to call
for action of UF housing authori authorities
ties authorities to establish uniform stand standards
ards standards for off campus housing.
Thomas G. Carpenter, assistant
director of housing, said the hous housing
ing housing committee meeting called by
Hale is to discuss the problems
of off-campus housing, such as
sanitation, rent and leases.
Establishing a uniform criteria
for rentals will involve a certain
amount of diplomacy, Carpenter
feels. 'if.
Standards Beneficial
We try to impress Gainesvilles
residents that such standards will
benefit both the town andt the

is a four-dollar value telling for
twenty-five cents.
The pack contains after-shave
lotion, men's deodorant, cold
tablets and various other sun sundries.
dries. sundries. A womens pack will be
sold in early November.
(hie Pack Per
The products that make up
the packs Lave been donated by
various manufacturers. There is
a limit of one pack per student.
The second project set up by
Mahaffey is a varsity vs. fresh-

university, Carpenter said.
Presently the Off Campus
Housing office, under the admin administration
istration administration of Carl B. Opp, can only
suggest to students residences it
thinks are in standard condition.
A Mat of recommended off-crmpus
housing facilities is available at
the headquarters for off-campus
housing, 1504 W. University Ave.
Housing Concerned
Carpenter said housing authori authorities
ties authorities are concerned with excessive
rents, poor sanitation and other
rental problems of students. We
are also concerned about students
who break leases and leave rental
property in a poor condition,
he said.
Housing has an inspector for
rental property available to stu students.
dents. students. Any property not meeting
standards set by th e housing au authorities
thorities authorities is not included on the
list that off-campus housing keeps.
Senior Seminole
Pix Rescheduled
Makeup sittings for seniors who
missed their scheduled Seminole
appointment will be permitted
from 8 to 12 a.m. Saturday.
Seniors whose names begin with
S and members of Pi Kappa Tau
and Chi Phi are scheduled for
sittings Monday, October 23. The
schedule for the rest of this
week is as follows:
Tuesday, senior# T. Sigma Al Alpha
pha Alpha Epsilon and Phi Epsilon Pi;
Wednesday, seniors U and V,
Thursday, seniors W, Georgia Sea Seagle
gle Seagle and Cooperative Living Or Organization.,
ganization., Organization.,
Men should wear a dark coat
and tie and women should wear
a dark sweater. The charge of
$1.50 will be necessary to cover
Sitting times are 1 to 5 p.m.
and 7 to 11 p.m. Monday through
AH seniors are also asked to
tell the typist if they are mem members
bers members of fraternities or sororities.

Conversational Novel
Written By UF Prof

A guide to courtroom conversa conversation
tion conversation in handbook form written by
a UF law professor has recently
been published.
The book, Dialogue of Jury
Trials, was written by Hayford
O. Enwall and is fresh off the
Michie Co. legal presses in Char Charlottesville,
lottesville, Charlottesville, Va.
Law School Dean Frank E. Ma Maloney
loney Maloney praised the publication as a
major step in unifying and stand standardizing
ardizing standardizing the legalese of jury
trials in Floridas state and fed federal
eral federal courts.
The book is aimed primarily at
law students and young attorneys
beginning their practices. It de describes
scribes describes the step-by-step procee proceeding
ding proceeding of both a civil and criminal
trial from the opening of court
to adjoumament. It also discusses

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man basketball game to be play played
ed played Nov. 90. Students will be ad admitted
mitted admitted to the game free, all oth others
ers others win have to pay a dollar.
Candy Sale
Instead of taking up a collec collection
tion collection as was done last year, boxes
of peanut brittle will be sold at
halftime, with profits going into
Dollars for Scholars.
Last year the UF reached its
two-year goal of $20,000.
Under the system now in ope operation

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JFK Appoints
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'Dean of the UF College of
Health Related Services Darrel J.
Mase was appointed- this week to
President Kennedys Panel on
Mental Retardation.
Dr. Mase left yesterday to at attend
tend attend the first meeting of the new newly
ly newly formed advisory group with the
President tomorrow.
The President announced the
formation of the panel at last
weeks press conference in Wash Washington.
ington. Washington. Kennedy said the United
States has a need for means to
cure ,& condition which affects five
million Americana, and strikes 600
times as many children as polio.
The announcement marked the
second major federal appoint appointment
ment appointment for Dr. Mase within a
month. Mary Switzer, director of
the federal office of Vocational
Rehabilitation, appointed Dr. Ma Mase
se Mase as consultant to her office last
Commenting on the announce announcement,
ment, announcement, Dr. Russell S. Poore, Pro Provost
vost Provost of the Us J. Hillis Miller
Health Center, of which Health
Related Services is & unit said.
The appointment is a distinct
honor to Dr. Mase, the Health
Center, and the university.

problems of proof and evidence,
showing how certain types of
evidence may be introduced,
authenticated and excluded or ad admitted.
mitted. admitted.
Education Students
Set Story Hour
Three College of Education stu students
dents students at the University of Flori Florida,
da, Florida, Myrna Hahn, JoAnne Heg Hegler,
ler, Hegler, Sally Spencer, will te&.the
stories at the 3-4 p.m. story hour
tomorrow at Gainesville Public
Selections are: The Three
Dears Visit Goldrocka The
Boy Who Cried Wolf, The
Ugly Duckling and The Three

To Handle 20,000 Students in 1970
SBO Million UF Expansion Studied

An SBO million UF physical ex expansion
pansion expansion program i under study
by University officials, with the
study expected to be completed in
April, according to UF Vice Pre President
sident President Harry M. Philpott.
"Initially, our projection is for
SBO million to take care of the
20,000 students expected about
1970, said Philpott. He added,
however, that there are Indefi Indefinite
nite Indefinite issues of the whole plan.
Need Replacing
In reviewing present facility
shortages, the vice pre s i do n t
pointed out that 15 per cent of
our classrooms and about 18 per
cent of our offices are wooden
It would require an outlay of
$lO million just to provide per-
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ration operation the federal government
matches every dollar the UF
raises with nine dollars.
According to Mahaffey, the
drive was scheduled to end when
the $20,000 goal was reached. But
it was discovered that by raising
more money the UF could take
greater advantage of the federal
money available.
Alums Contribute
Mahaffey has set this year's

manent facilities to replace tem temporary
porary temporary ones.
We have just completed $5
million worth of new dorms, Dr.
Philpott noted.
Still Short of Space
The new do Territories produced
new space for only about 700
students, since the university dis discontinued
continued discontinued use of five frame halls
and of triple rooms when the new
dorms were built.
According to Dr. Philpott, first
priority-in the expansion program
will go to buildings for the 00l-

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foal at glo,ooo. Alumni, who have
already collected about $50,000,
have lifted their goal to $05,000.
Approximatey 1,100 students
have benefited from the program
and another 800 applications have
yet to be processed.
Loans are provided at a three
per cent interest rate. The mon money
ey money does not have to be paid
back until five years after the
borrower graduates.

lege of Architecture and Fim
Arts, nuclear science and general
New School Projected
It will take $4.8 million just
for these three buildings," the
vice president said.
We hope to have, in the next
seven to eight years, a school ol
dentistry, he said, pointing out
that it is the only new school be being
ing being planned.
Most of the expansion will be
concerned with improving and ex expanding
panding expanding existing facilities.

I Cultural Calendar I

CLUB will show slides on Ger Germany
many Germany at a meeting at 8 p.m.
at 417 NW 13th St. Transporta Transportation
tion Transportation will be available at the Flor Florida
ida Florida Union entrance at 7:50 p.m.
STAMP CLUB members will
elect officers at a 7:30 p.m. meet meeting
ing meeting in Rm. 208, Florida Union,
tfew members are welcome.
The movie Cimarron will be
shown at 7 and 9 p.m. in the
Florida Union Auditorium.
Another movie, The Pride
snd the Passion, will be the fea feature
ture feature in the Hume Hall recreation
Room at 7 and 9:15 p.m.
Representatives from the SOC SOCIAL
Will interview interested students
'Who are eligible to take the Fed Federal
eral Federal Service Entrance Exam. Sign
up on Building H. Univ. Place Placement
ment Placement Service. V/
Representatives i n g
r i ,v.
M Meeting for.Worship
* Sunday, 11:00 A.M.
Room 116, Florida Union
Discussion Group
for University Students
Sunday, 10:15 A.M.
* Room 118, Florida Union
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Airplane Co., Dynatronics. Inc.,
and the Tennessee Gorp. will in interview
terview interview job applicants. Sign up in
Room 300, Engineering building.
FASHION Frolics will be held in
the Broward Recreation Room at
2 p.m. (See story, pg. 2)
The movie Cimarron will be
shown in the Florida Union Au Auditorium
ditorium Auditorium at 7 and 9 p.m.
The movie The Pride and
the Passion will be the feature
hi Hume recreation Room at 8
SOCIATION will hear Dr. C.
Camell speak on What is Liber Liberalism?
alism? Liberalism? at 7:30 p.m. in the Flor Florida
ida Florida Union. j
The movie CXmarron will be
shown at 2 p.m. in Florida Un Union
ion Union Auditorium.
ION ACTION will elect officers at a 7 p.
m. meeting in Rm. 212, Florida
Union. >
Florida Power Corporation will
interview job applicants. Sign up
in Rm. 300, Engineering build,
ing. > :
General Election Co., will also
hold interviews of applicants for
accounting and finance positions.
Sign up in Building H, University
Placement Service.
TUESDAY, OCT. 24: A faculty
concert will be presented in Uni University
versity University Auditorium at 8:15 p.m.
Featured will be clarinetist Jerry
Neil Smith, flutist Joan Templar
Smith, pianist Leonidas Sarakatan Sarakatannis,
nis, Sarakatannis, harpsichordist Willis Bodine
and cellist Marie Henderson.
UNITED NATIONS DAY cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies will be held in Plaza of
the Americans at 7 p.m. Inter International
national International students on campus are
sponsors. At 8 p.m. a program on
the United Nations will be pre presented
sented presented in the Baptist Student Un Union,
ion, Union, with the League of Women
Voters, the AAUW and the Am American
erican American Association for the UN as

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(EDITOR'S NOTE: It will be a big weekend and you won't want to miss
p a thing. Here's a preview schedule so you can prepare to make the mast of* i
Wm your Homecoming time.)
PREVIEW: '6l derland |
jj||9 0.m.-12 noon 7:45 a.m.-9:15 a.m.
Guided Tours of Campus; Starting Legal Fraternity Breakfasts
from Plaza of Americas Delta Theta Phi; University Inn
jgjil2:4s p.m.-2:15 p.m. Phi Alpha Delta; University Inn
|ljP Homecoming Pa rode; University Phi Delta Phi; Holiday Inn
ill Avenue 8:45 0.m.-10:30 a.m.
Florida Blue Key Smoker; Basement 9:45 0.m.-10:15 a.m.
mm. of Florida Gymnasium Alumni Reunion Program; Plaza of jp ;
*3:30 p.m.-5:30 p.m. Americas 'l
gjj| Guided Tours; Plaza of Americas x lO a.m,-11:30 a.m. ... m
jjjp4 : oo p.m.-5 p.m. John Marshall Bar Association m
mk Swimcapades Skits; Law School
fj§4:4s p.m.-7:45 p.m. 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
Jjjl Florida Blue Key Banquet; Main Alumni Legislative Barbecue; Flor |
jjjp Floor, Florida Gymnasium ida Gymnasium
lip p.m.-7:30 p.m. p.m.-4:30 p.m.
Mortar Board Ladies Buffet; Stu- Homecoming Game: Florida vs. m
mk dent Service Center L.S.U.; Florida Field
|§jjj6:ls p.m.-8:15 p.m. 8:30 p.m.-12:30 a.m.
Pre-Growl* Florida Field Homecoming Ball; Student Service gs
h:ls p.m.-8:30 p.m. Center
Welcome to Homecoming and In- SUNDAY, OCTOBER 29
traduction of Honored Guest 8:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m.
8:30 p.m.-10 p.m. Student Relijgious Center Sponsored R
Gator Growl Breakfasts

Cadets Now Attend Special Class

ROTC Drops 'Sick' Drill Excuses

Sickbay commandoes are facing
hard times on campus.
The so-called sick, lame and
lazy of the Army and Ai r
Force ROTC programs now at attend
tend attend "Mmited duty classes in
place of drill.
Male age 22-25 to share 5
room cottage. Ten minute walk
from campus. FR 6-3261 Est.
Black leather billfold. No mon money,
ey, money, just valuable papers.
Male student to work part time
in exchange for room rent. For
more information; Phone FR
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Avenue and inquire about com comfortable
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reasonable rates.
Ten NO to 650 iormate and semi semiform
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We have what we call a
'limited duty class for men
unable to attend drill, said M-
Sgt. Elmer L. Miller of the Ar Army
my Army ROTC. The program was put
into effect at the suggestion of
the infirmary.
Can't Drill? To Class
If a man is sick, he sees his
instructor. If the instructor thinks
the man is not able to drill, he
excuses him. But the man must
attend classes for the two-fr o u r
dTill period, Miller explained.
Classes are run by cadet offi officrs
crs officrs who are senior students. The
officers have lessqn plans and a
definite schedule to follow.
Infirmary Director Samuel S.
Wright said Ms office no longer
gives excuses to students to miss
If a person is iR, he is kept
overnight. If not, we send him
back to his instructor who will
then hold class for him, said
Dr. Wright.
Sick List Kept
We also send a list to ROTC

Coeds Can Leave Dorms
For Homecoming Weekend

Coeds living in dormitories will
be able to sign out for Homecom Homecoming
ing Homecoming weekend in Gainesville despite

of those that are bed patients in
tiie infirmary. As a result, we
have 30*40 lees people each Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday.
The new program, adopted
last semester, is definitely work working
ing working out well, Wright said.
Sgt. Miller added that a stu student
dent student can no longer explain his
absence from drill, by saying he
was confined in the infirmary.
Drop In Outs
The list sent to us by the in infirmary
firmary infirmary takes care of that prob problem
lem problem now, Miller said.
Since the adoption of the pro program,
gram, program, Colonel Thomas A. Gra Graham
ham Graham Jr., professor of military
science, estimates a 90 per cent
drop in students missing drills,
according to Miller.
Miller summed up the new
program this way: A student
eigher drills or attends two hours
of military classes during his
drill period or, if really sick, he
spends the night in the infirm infirmary.
ary. infirmary.

a rule to the contrary in'the lat latest
est latest Co-Edikette.
It was an error, Dean of
Women Mama V. Brady said this
week. Sorority girls living in the
dorms may sign out for sorority
The regulation was changed in
dormitory elections last spring
but the change was not noted in
this falls Co-Edikette.
The rule prohibiting women dor.
mitory residents to sign out on
bag weekends was set down in
the original Womens Student As Association
sociation Association constitution drawn up
when the UF first became co coeducational.
educational. coeducational.
The idea at that time was to
assure adequate space for Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming guests in Gainesville and
to erase the possibility of an ad adverse
verse adverse comment as to the liber liberality
ality liberality of the UF with its coeds,
Dean Brady said.
In spring WSA elections for
constitutional revisions the regula regulations
tions regulations was rules antiquated and no
longer necessary.

Big Push Underway

Gators Rush HC Frontier

(Continued from Page ONE) j
by the Gator Band and visiting
high school bands and one of the
Sunshine States biggest fire fireworks
works fireworks displays highlight Growl
. . which began hi the 30s
as a small bonfire and pep ral rally
ly- rally
The whole show will be tele telecast
cast telecast over educational stations in
Gainesville, Jacksonville, and
Breakfast, Then Skits
Saturday morning alumni mem.
bers of the University's three le legal
gal legal fraternities, Delta Theta Phi,
Phi Alpha Delta and Phi Delta
Phi, will hold their annual break breakfasts
fasts breakfasts preceding the alumni reun reunion
ion reunion on the Plaza of the Ameri Americas.
cas. Americas.
The reunion will feature regis registration
tration registration of alums with the colleges
from which they graduated and
an address of former state sena senator
tor senator Fred O. (Bud) Dickinson.
Coffee and donuts will be served
by hostesses from the University

'Biggest Ever'
Parade Planned
Gator Staff Writer
This years UF Homecoming
parade will be the largest and
most elaborate parade ever stag staged
ed staged at this university, according to
1961 Homecoming Parade Direc Director
tor Director Bill Hamilton.
Floats make a parade, and
tiie campus has respond e d
generously in extending their
efforts to build these floats,
sold Hamilton.
There will be 39 floats in this
years parade. Sixteen of the
floats have been entered by fra fraternities,
ternities, fraternities, seven by sororities and
16 have been entered by various
campus organizations.
Again this year, the entering
floats will be competing for the
many trophies given to outstand outstanding
ing outstanding entrants. Two new trophies
for the most original and the
most beautiful floats will be
awarded, this year said Hamil Hamilton.
ton. Hamilton.
In addition to floats, many
crack marching units will be
on hand to enliven parade ac activities.
tivities. activities. All band and march marching
ing marching units present will work
In conjunction with Richard
Bolles, director of the Gator
Band. Many of the states top
bands will take part.
Hamilton noted that there is
still time for any interested or organization
ganization organization to enter a float in the
parade. The deadline for entries
is 3 p. m., Monday, October 23.
Check Homecoming agenda for
time of parade activities.

Go To Jox
The UFs three Homecoming
Sweetheart contestants will spend
this weekend in Jacksonville as
guests of the citys Alumni Asso Association.
ciation. Association.
The girls, Annette Baker, Do Dolores
lores Dolores Loss and Judy Lynn Prince,
all hoping to reign over next
weekends Homecoming festivi festivities,
ties, festivities, will leave for Jacksonville
They will be hosted to two
television appearances, a tour of
a Navy ship, a trip to the Flor Florida
ida Florida Welcome Station and other
events planned by the Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville Alumni Association.
Accompanying the Sweetheart
contestants will be Bob Keim of
the Sweetheart staff, Homecom Homecoming
ing Homecoming Promotion Director Gary
Peacock and an undisclos e d

The Florida Alligator, Friday, October 20, 1961

Dimes. The reunion will be over
in time for the John Marshall Bar
Association skits.
Beginning at 10:30, the skits
wiH once again harpoon state*
no national politicians on the
hn* lawn.
Saturday afternoon,. Florida
Field will be crammed again as
thb GAtors battle the LSU Tigers.
Coach Graves charges will be out
t& please the expected 45,000 fans
Vsth a Homecoming football vic victory.
tory. victory.
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water show, a soccer game with
Rollins College, the Alumni-Legto Alumni-Legtolative
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, THE LEGISLATIVE Council's fail failure
ure failure to take action on allocation of stu student
dent student fees nearly resulted in a disaster
for the many groups who are anxious anxiously
ly anxiously waiting for approval of their an annual
nual annual budget.
The carefully prepared allocations
were tabled by the Council with
scarcely an attempt at discussion.
Council members said they needed
more time to study the proposed allo allocation
cation allocation of student fees.
Yet the only proposal which at attracted
tracted attracted much attention on the Council
floor was the change in financing of
the Seminole; a change which was
proposed by the Board of Publications
a month ago. It appears that some of
the Council members, didnt make
much of an effort to bone up on the
proposed Seminole changes before en entering
tering entering the meeting.
* *
Seminole editor Bob
Kent is trying to produce a $56,000
year book without a budget. But Kent
isn't alone in feeling that his plans
are being hampered by indecision.
Student Government has become
big business, dealing with an annual
budget totaling nearly $200,000. But
the-GounciFs failure to take action on
the allocations does not reflect the


Student Good Will Is Easily Destroyed

Traded with a Gainesv ill e
merchant the other day. Ive
been'around here for years, but
I never seem to learn.
I thought I needed an elec electrical
trical electrical gadget for a television
set, but wasnt sure. So I ask asked
ed asked the owner of a certain ra radio
dio radio shop if I could bring this
thing back if it didnt serve
the purpose.

SURE, he said. So I fished
in. Sure enough, I brought the
gadget back and didnt get
my-eneney. His rationale: You
can "take it out in credit. .
here?* This left me with a
choice of the appliance or
something else I havent any
use for.
The irony of the situation: I


fhird-And Final-Round On Reviewers

Two weeks ago, I discussed
the role of a critic and or
reviewer and the obligations I
felt he had toward his position,
readers, and the performers he
Said comment elicited res*
ponse in a Letter to the Editor
from Dr. Warren French, Asst.
Professor C-S. And his letter, in
turn, provokes further com comment
ment comment from myself.
I have no argument with, or
against, the main position of
French in his Letter. I argue
only against his emphasis in re reviewing.
viewing. reviewing. Still, the letter reflects
the very condescending air to
which I do object most vehe vehemently.
mently. vehemently.
I will maintain a difference
between the pure criticism of
the commercial stage, such as is
employed by
the profession
ai critics like i ;jR'
Brooks Atkin-
son and which
Mr. French H > jjf
seems to es- olk
pouse as the
only form of
correct review- J
ing, and the
techniques of
reviewing for a MILLER
college educa educational
tional educational theatre, wherein the thea theatre
tre theatre arts are the prime interest
of production as the play is the
prime focus of literary value.
Mr. French, I must disagree
that the reviewer has no busi business
ness business presuming to teU acton,
directors, producers, set-design set-designers
ers set-designers what to do for you did
this very thing by asserting in

|l| || 'll II Ml I Mlt THEN HOW COMB MY


let's Wait'

am in a public relations class.
One of our projects is to devel develop
op develop a publicity program for
Gainesville merchants.

THE ENTIRE town-gown si situation
tuation situation here is ridiculous. Some
merchants offer good buys
and have established good re relations
lations relations with students.
Others are obviously out for
all they can get.
New students many with
important buying power for
the first timedont want to
be taken. But they arent <
here long enough to pinpoint
specific good and bad shops.
So they ask for general opin opinions.
ions. opinions.
The result is a bad impress impression
ion impression caused by the few sharp sharpsters
sters sharpsters who infect the entire bus business

* your review that they had no
business doing this play in the
first place.

YOU SHOW a marked lack of
when you say that he should
not even be concerned with re reviews
views reviews unless (he) wishes to
know why the audience is or is
not coming. par particularly
ticularly particularly amateurs, are most
concerned with the review in
a very personal way, hoping to
learn from someone supposedly
in a knowledgable position to
teU them just what it was in
the performance that was wor worthy
thy worthy of developement and what
it was that took the audience
To suppose that the actor
does not wish the review to be
a critique, as well as a com commentary
mentary commentary on the literary value of
the play, is naive in the ex extreme.
treme. extreme. To believe that the au audience
dience audience does not wish for the
same thing borders on a com complete
plete complete lack of grasp of the
theatre goers (the average
theatregoer, not the doctorate
holder) interests.

THE REVIEWER must not, I
grant you, act as publicity
agent. Nor must he, I must say,
act as a decision-maker for the
audiences questions, as you
pose them, Should I attend? Is
it worth my time?
For hig opinion is only that,
IBS opinion, and what he finds
trivial from an esthetic stand standpoint,
point, standpoint, the audience may find
highly entertaining, even though
not educational.
I agree that the PRIME func functaon
taon functaon of g college drama depart department

big business approach to getting
things done.
Actually, the tabling of the propos proposals
als proposals will not postpone final budget de decisions.
cisions. decisions. Ae somewhat of an after afterthought,
thought, afterthought, the Council called a special
meeting to consider allocations next
week. Since the allocations require
approval at two successive meetings,
the final decision will not be post postponed
poned postponed due to tiie tabling. Neverthe Nevertheless,
less, Nevertheless, the Council's action amounts to
* *
in more problems for the Council,
Seminole editor Kent may now alter
his proposal so that students would
be charged $3 instead of $5 for their
yearbook. And a request to increase
allocations allowing the Alligator to
produce a regular magazine supple supplement
ment supplement may receive encouragement
from the Council's delay.
The Alligator's first such supple supplement
ment supplement a 16-page, full-color Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming special may be back from
the printer in time to distribute at the
special council meeting so that the
members will be able to preview the
product they're voting on.
Indecision calls for bigger, more
complicated problems.

iness business community.

OLDER STUDENTS are ex extremely
tremely extremely aware of this. When I
mentioned the electrical fiasco,
the reaction among my friends
was, Oh no! Hes a loser
and you picked the only bad
On the other hand a gas sta station
tion station operator recently made
a special trip to check a
friends car. Only a quick ad adjustment
justment adjustment was required, and NO
change was made.
The impressed student spread
the word:
Lets giv him our busi business.
ness. business.
And hes getting it. Thats
the sort of public relations
Gainesville merchants ought to
deal in.

ment department is to educate. I do not
agree with the narrow view
that this is its only function.
With the small summer student
body, the restricted working
and rehearsal time, and the gen general
eral general wish for something light
that prevails through the sum summer
mer summer months, a production such
as RAINMAKER, while not
great theatre, serves admirably
to entertain and keep alive and
stimulated the students interest
in theatre.
I is thi 3 balancing of a sea seasons
sons seasons bill with the light as
against the educational and in intense
tense intense that helps to make our
drama department a*! fine an
asset as it is to our University.
AS YOU state, if the review reviewer
er reviewer is an agent of the public,
I ask you not to assume all
of the publics attitudes and in interests
terests interests to be your own and re restrict
strict restrict your capacity as review reviewer
er reviewer by such limitations. It is
the reviewers obligation to
everyone, himself included, to
fairly judge and present even
those aspects which he does not
find himself in complete accord
and sympathy with.
One more thing. You say,
What the group has tried to
do, the obstacles it has over overcome,
come, overcome, the unusual aspects of
the production may deserve
sympathetic attention, but they
should be discussed in publici publicity
ty publicity releases.
They may be stated as goals
in publicity releases, yes. But
I shall forever hold it the re reviewer
viewer reviewer or critics responsibili responsibility
ty responsibility and privilege to discuss how
well such goals were fulfilled.

Friday, Oct. 20, 1961

1y jrw*
Student Government it Big Business
E Letters to the Editor
Women's Loss of Identity
Blamed on The Menfolk

A copy of your paper pass passed
ed passed my desk today bearing a
column by John Miller con concerning
cerning concerning American women los losing
ing losing their identity. A well-mean well-meaning,
ing, well-meaning, well-written piece of copy.
However, may I add to Mr.
Millers observation the fact
that what is wrong with Ameri American
can American womanhood today can only
be attributable to the distort distorted
ed distorted sense of values cultivated by
the American man. We have
allowed them to lose their
identity (Mr. Miller and myself
not included).
Surely the American man
today confuses tenderness with
weakness, gentleness with
strength and sensitivity with
manliness, whatever the hell
that is.
HE HAS become a bumbl bumbling
ing bumbling clod measuring his worth
by the model of his car and
his alcoholic capacity eager
to subordinate every vestige
of intelligent behavior, even
wiling (a good word for the C-3
list) to attain the favor of a
Usually any woman will do.
Man, dont you know they know
this and use it?

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Old Sneakers Next Year?

WHAT ARE we, a group of
men and women about to enter
the professional world or are we
still cutting out after class to
the malt shop with the high
echool gang?
If observations mean any anything,
thing, anything, were still in the malt
shop and rock-and-roll class.
Fall Froics, one of the chief
events of the semester, is be being
ing being turned into a gorified Bro Broward
ward Broward Hop. Pete Sealy must be believe
lieve believe that we have been wearing
our dinner jackets too much
lately and wants Fall Frolics to
be casual.
DONT misunderstand, I am
not encouraging formal attire
for Frolics but I do feel that
for the only all-campus dance

How many are guilty of loi loitering
tering loitering for hours about the halls
of the girls dorms? I suggest
it should be the opposite and
until they learn how to bring
that about they'll always be
hurting, one way or another.
No doubt a few have some something
thing something going for them but I sus suspect
pect suspect their mental and physical
energy and financial means
expanded are hardly worth the
short-lived ends which are
more often than not trouble troublesome,
some, troublesome, worrisome, frustrating,
and guilt-ridden. I believe the
girls know this but will not ad admit
mit admit it to themselves.

MORE WORDS here, Mr.
Miller, would only reveal that
which you and I already know.
If we suffer, wS suffer justly
in a society composed of mal malformed
formed malformed self-images. You and
I will not change the world but
that's all right as long as the
world doesnt change us.
Take pity on the girls, Mr.
Miller, for they cannot help
what they do. Kiss them when
they need it and spank them
when they need it for you are
their real strength. Just dont
hit them where it shows.

of the semester the IFC could
do better than flats and rock rockand-roll.
and-roll. rockand-roll.
I would rather see Frolics dis discontinued
continued discontinued than to have it chang changed
ed changed to a Broward Hop Extrava Extravaganza.
ganza. Extravaganza.
These Seeking Upper
Division Must Apply
Ah Universiety College students
who will be eligible to transfer
;o the upper division at the end
rs the current semester must file
an application in the Registrars
>ffice, 33 Tigert Hall.
The minimum requirements
are 64 hours of lower division
work including the pre-requisites
required by the upper division
school or college the student ex expects
pects expects to enter.


Grant 111 With Political Laughing Pains

At this moment, John Grant
lies gravely ill in the hospital,
suffering an extreme case of
flagellation of the humor bone,
Writhing In spasms of jocu jocularity.
larity. jocularity. Hence, I have condes condescended
cended condescended to All his place in Un Undercurrent
dercurrent Undercurrent this week.
I feel called upon to come to
his defense in this little matter
of being a reactionary. I ad address
dress address the defense to the three
sages who scarified the reputa reputation
tion reputation of Mr. Grant by calling him
Never let it be said that John
Grant does not have a sense
of humor. Not so in fact, his
ribs are particularly vulner vulnerable
able vulnerable to fit a split.
After reading the letter to
the editor by Peoples, Morris
and Evans, I dropped over to
see how my friend was taking
it. I found him at his home,
careening off of the walls in
gyrotic bursts of ecstasy at the
Quixotic logic of those three
pundits of Americanism who
enjoined against him.
Hear ye.
We think that John Grant
might learn something by ac actually
tually actually becoming acqua int e d
with the business world. It is
the loan companies that are op opposed
posed opposed to conservative monetary
Gentlemen, Mr. Grant would
never hint that loaning and loan
sharks are considered pan of
private or corporate enterprise.
He would not dare intimate the
GMAC is a conservative agen agency.
cy. agency. No good American could as assume
sume assume this.
But how peculiar it is that
Barry Goldwater did not initiate
the bill to lay bare deceiving
loan company policies. I would
think that a great liberal as
Goldwater would have beaten
that arch-reactionary Mr. Doug Douglas
las Douglas to the punch.

BOTH MR. Grant and I found
your character analysis of
Mssrs. Franklin Lincoln and
Jefferson tittilating, as did an another
other another deceased friend of mine,
(he died laughing poor chap).
Os particular merit was your


Lost Postcard Tells View of Native-Rites

Gator Managing Editor
Found a post card in the Cam Campus
pus Campus Club yesterday.
Let me read it to you.
Dear Boobie:
With all the training we had,
we were, really not prepared for
the crowded conditions which
are rampant both in the class classroo
roo classroo mand the bush.
We had no idea what under underdeveloped
developed underdeveloped really meant. It was
really a revelation and now that
we are over
really c a nt
blame the r
leaders. They LUKKT
appear to

Dogs, Artists Fill The Screens

For those who like seedy house,
boats, seedy people and a gener generally
ally generally seedy movie, the State of.
fers The Horses Mouth next
Alec Guiness, famed for hi s
River Kwai performance, has
managed to stab blindly toward
the witty and come up with a ra rather
ther rather dry movie. Dry is a polite
word used in finer circles in the
place of boring.
SUly Imitation
Those who like to see a per person
son person making a ridiculous imitation
of an artist who politely rips th#
heck out of a Victorian-interior Victorian-interiored
ed Victorian-interiored apartment, might find this sa*
tire amusing.
To be blunt, this movie should
hav* stayed in the archives and

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comment that, Many self-styled
liberals are diametrically op opposed
posed opposed to the basic concepts of
Jefferson, Franklin, Lincoln, and
others. Well, to this Mr. Grant
answers that Jefferson diame diametrically
trically diametrically opposed the great Ham Hamilton,
ilton, Hamilton, while Lincoln seemed to
have some opposition in the
form of the Lionic Mr. Douglas,
and, if one searched among the
Paris courtiers, he might find
an opponent for Mr. Franklin.
Jefferson would be delighted
with American business today,
it being a reflection of Ms
ideals of small, private enter enterprise.
prise. enterprise.
Congratulations on your his histrionic
trionic histrionic treatise on social welfare
and collectivization in industry.
May I inquire for the readers?
Statism and collectlvlsm
would surely be the result of
such a backward move (social
welfare legislation and collec collectivisation).
tivisation). collectivisation). Such policies didnt
work for Yang Mang or Louis
XVI or for Hitler.

THOUGH several hundred of
my reactionary colleagues and
I perused the archives, none
of us found a thing about col collectivising
lectivising collectivising industry in the Yang
Mang dynasty, In fact, we did didnt
nt didnt even find Yang M ng. As
for Hitler and Louig XVI in the
same breath, that is historical
Perhaps the most cogent in information
formation information your triumvirate pass passed
ed passed on to the reader is the fol following;
lowing; following;
We believe the way to eco economize
nomize economize ie to economize.
I hope the reader does not %
gloss lightly over this profundi profundity,
ty, profundity, it demands thorough inter interpretation.
pretation. interpretation.
As regards calling Mr. Giant
a reactionary, whats in a word?
Lexicography is a field of en endeavor
deavor endeavor peculiar to dictionary
makers, for this reason I sel seldom
dom seldom argue with a lexicograph lexicographer
er lexicographer about the meaning of a word.
Apparently however, the three
literary lights take issue with
the Websterites.
Mr. Grant is called a reac reactionary
tionary reactionary because he wants to

mean well. Its just that they
really have no control over the
The natives tell us that con conditions
ditions conditions are really at the mercy
of the Bored. They keep refer referring
ring referring to the Bored. Even the
campus attempt at newspapar newspaparing
ing newspaparing blames the Borde.

I GUESS by now you get the
clue that the natives are sup superstitious.
erstitious. superstitious. I dont have the
heart to tell them that there is
no Bored.
No native god eould have
that much power.
They even tried to tell me
that the Bored could tell their
teachers they might have to
work extra for no proportional
increase in pay.
See what I mean about the
* *
(In CASE you are wonder wondering:

been left alonehowever, some,
one in Gainesville likes the show.
That's the way it seemst h e
State has dug the celluloid up
three time# inside of a year. And
every time they have, tts man managed
aged managed to fall flat on its face.
1^ p* The cast ki kiggMg-:,
ggMg-:, kiggMg-:, volves such sot e
looking charac characm
m characm term that its no
R wonder t h e
WKmL movie ia more
P depressing than
§J funny. The Flick
Ijjwas .probably
% : P brought over
W Mg by Oare, In*.,
a non-profit or-
Schneider finiaation.
Then, for some unknown rea reason,
son, reason, the Florida Theater has de.

csrei* Bardoiia, Nancy Brachey. Glenda Fruitim
Carol* Butler. Sue Allen Cauthen. M. E. Cleveland.
Mike Cctodar, John Eichrodt. Tom Gibcca, Beattie Sue
Goodman, John Grant, Nancy Hooter, G. F. Laarra,
Jared Lebow. Bob Maone. Ana McAdams. Larry Me
Gough, Gary Peacock, Fred Schneider, Marty Sehram.
lohn Scbrtcker, Sally Smith, April Stanley.
Sports Editor: Miko Goro
Staff Writers; Robert Green, Ken Keyes, rraa Warn
ren, Lynda Roark, Phil Hevner.
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abolish corporations and re replace
place replace them with a nationalized
system of industry (according to
the Alligator letter). This hints
of some measure of change from
the old established order does
it not? But since the loud Birch
bark has made reactionary a
bad term, why not saddle dupe
Grant with the title? This is
a semantic miracle if one con considers
siders considers the dictionary term for
reactionary; One favoring a
return to an older order.
* *
WEBSTER IS in error no
Mr. Grant had only one real
complaint to make against the
little comedy, (or was it a
farce), written for hia benefit.
Mr. Grant insists that while he
is indeed interested in the wel welfare
fare welfare of the laborer, this does
not imply 100 per cent favor of
the massive labor unions. Nor
does he advocate violent over overthrow
throw overthrow of the business structure,
but a balance between the two
which is more conducive to
the well being of all involved.
This apparently is not best
handled by letting either labor
or management handle the is issue
sue issue singularly, and, since they
cannot seem to reach agree agreement
ment agreement much of the time, why
not hav# a mediatorsay gov government?
ernment? government?
Mr. Grants curiosity is also
raised on one point, he would
like the cautious triplex to
point out where he made the fol following
lowing following statement as quoted
from their letter; He hints that
corporations should be abolished
and replaced by a nationalized
system of industry. He wants
> a completely planned and regu regulated
lated regulated economy within a socia socialist
list socialist welfare state.
Please consider poor Mr.
Grants feelings and alleviate
his curiosity on these several
points, after all, he has been
through a lot. It isnt every
day that a man is slain by the
jawbone of an ass, and Phil Phillistine
listine Phillistine Grant was served a tri triple
ple triple does st that.

ing: wondering: They make their post cards
very big in this country.)
To continue:
With all the poor conditions
it is a relief that once a year
all the natives gather from
around the nearby provinces to
celebrate what they call

FROM WHAT they say, I ean
hardly wait. Already they have
started covering the fronts of
their huts with impressive
The other night they attended
auditions for skits, for what
they call Gator Growl.
The primitive pageantry was
outstanding. Just to show how
close they are to their ances ancestors,
tors, ancestors, some members in the
crowd took to the trees.
I am running out of space so
I will have to close now. Give
my love to the gang-

cided the children of the world
are going unnoticed. With this
in mind, they bring Bobby, a
mediocre doggy story, to their
screen. ;
Bobbys Tear* Trite
Scotland i* the setting for this
literally, shaggy-dog story. T*ars
are rampant and story trite a s
the real-life Bobby (so he is bill billed)
ed) billed) goes through his paces.
To show how far filmdom will
go to find a plot for a movie
this one regresses back to the
villian, the goody-goody and
all the kiddies who love little
This show really was designed
as a crier but somehow the
only individuals that will proba probably
bly probably ery are the 6-13 set, and lot*
of hick to thorn to their misery.

Broward Fire DriH
Sends Coeds Running

Awt News Editor
The man who said that a wo woman
man woman could never get ready to
go anywhere in less than two
hours obviously never watch watched
ed watched a fire-drill at a girl's dormi dormitory.
tory. dormitory.
For example; Broward Hall
at midnight Monday. It may
have been pandemonium in the

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halls when the fire alarm
But seven minutes later the
coeds, in coats, shoes and with
towels for protection from
smoke, had pulled up their
blinds, closed the windows
and fled outside for roll-call.
Not Always Smooth
It doesn't always run smooth smoothly.
ly. smoothly. There are the girls who lose

their shoes in their haste to get
down the stairs, the unfortunate
souls who have unwakeable'
roommates and the sleepy girls
who cant seem to find their coat
sleeves in the middle of the
Once out into the usually cold
night, hitches can still develop.
Wheres Hie Fire?
Last year at Rawlings Dor Dormitory,
mitory, Dormitory, when there was actual actually
ly actually a fire in a trash chute, shiv shivering
ering shivering coeds watching as fire
engines cruised up and down
13th Street looking for an en entrance
trance entrance to the dorm.
To further complicate matters,
as the girls stood on the grass in
their assigned places, the cam campus
pus campus sprinkling system came
to life and forced a hasty retreat
to dryer ground.
Standard Procedure
Procedure for fire-drills in all
the girls dorms is about the
same. Girl s shut their windows,
raise the shades, turn on the
lights and leave the dorm. Then
the floor fire marshalls check
each room to see that the occu occupants
pants occupants have left, and close each
The fire alarm rings until it is
sale to re-enter the building. Fire
drills are continued through the
year until the girls are able to
clear the buildings within the de designated
signated designated time.
5 UFers At
Union Meet
Five UF delegate attended the
annual convention of College Un Unions
ions Unions at the University of Virginia
last weekend.
Among the 160 representatives
from 23 Southeastern colleges and
universities were UF students
Mac Melvin, Bid Stanford, Jacky
Strickland, Dave Vogler and Jan
Gentry, assistant program direc director
tor director for Florida Union administra administration.
tion. administration.
Following up the conference, a
committee of evaluation has been
formed within the Florida Union
to make a study of present acti activities
vities activities and their relations to the
tastes of student and outside or organizations
ganizations organizations using Union facilities.
O'Connell Talks
Ai JMB Lunch
Florida Supreme Court Justice
Stephen C. OConnell spoke at a
John Marshall Bar Association
The organization of UF law stu students
dents students regularly invites members
of the Florida Bar to address
them on current topics.
Justice OConnell is an alumnus
of the UF and a member of Flor Florida
ida Florida Blue Key. Before his 1955 ap appointment
pointment appointment to the State Supreme
Court, he practiced law in Fort
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Smokers, teas, speakers and
election of officers highlight this
weeks club activities.
ALLIGATOR: Staff meeting at
4:30 p.m. on Friday in the Flor Florida
ida Florida Union room 14.
ARAB CLUB: Meeting in the
Florida Union room 116 at 7:30 p.
m. on Friday.
BLUE KEY: Meetings on Fri Friday
day Friday at 2:00 p.m. in room 215
Florida Union and on Sunday at
2:00 p.m. in room 114 Florida
GERMAN CLUB: Slides from
Germany shown at 8:00 p.m. Fri Friday
day Friday at 416 N.W. 13th Street.
Transportation will leave the
fUoridA Upion at 7;0 p.m.
PI LAMBDA THETA: Tea ser served
ved served in the Florida Union Johnson
Lounge from 5:00 to 6:00 p.m.
on Friday.
STAMP CLUB: Meeting at 7:30
p.m. Friday in the Florida Union
roam 208.
SIGMA TAU: A Smoker is sche scheduled
duled scheduled for the Florida Union Social
Room at 7:00 p.m. on Friday.

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ing Meeting from 10:45 to 12:80 p.m. on
Sunday in the Florida Union
rooms 116, 118, 121, and 123.
from 7:15 to 8:00 p.m. Monday in
the Florida Union room 220.
TIC DEMOCRATIC ACTION: Elections will be
held at the meeting Monday at
7:00 p.m. in room V> Florida
ing Meeting from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. in the
Florida Union on Monday.
p.m. on Monday, a (meeting in the
Florida Union Johnson Lounge.
speaker for the meeting at 7:00 p.
m. on Monday in room 208 Flor Florida
ida Florida Union will be Fred Arnold.
The subject of the talk will be
"Selling Old Houses.
Meeting from 8:30 to 11:00 p.m.
in room 121 Florida Union Mon Monday.
day. Monday.
CIETY: SOCIETY: Meeting Monday in the
Medical Science Building room
M-112 at 7:30 p.m.

Fashion Frolics
Shows UF Gals
Best HC Dress
Fall Fashion Frolics will give
UF coeds an authenticated look
at whats best for campus wear
this fall, and whats tops for
Homecoming, at 2 Saturday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon.
The show, in the Broward re recreation
creation recreation room, will feature mod models
els models from the Florida Union Host Hostess
ess Hostess Committee.
The fashion preview will show
appropriate wear for various
Homecoming activities, from
sportswear for casual parties to
dress styles for the Gator-LSU
game. All clothes in the show are
from Gainesville shops,
i Carol Popejay, a 6O Gator
cheerleader, will give commentary
through the fashion show. Re Refreshments
freshments Refreshments will be served by the
Hostess 'committee following the
UF Lab Players
To PortrayTevya
Florida Players Laborat or y
Group will present a one-act Te Tevya
vya Tevya and His Daughters, by Sho Sholom
lom Sholom Aleichem in November.
Mr. R. A. Keyworth, UF pro professor
fessor professor of speech, is directing the
production whose cast includes:
Mike Doyle, Larry Gordon, Traf Trafford
ford Trafford Mche, Judy Rose, Joan
Luckoes, Janet Lindke, Priscilla
Katz. Sharon Sjoquist and Marge
The show is scheduled for the
second week in November.

SAILING CLUB: Election of
officers will be Monday 1:00 room
220 Florida Gym. All interested in
sailing are invited.
UNION BOARD: Meeting in
Florida Union Oak Room from
4:00 to 5:30 p.m. Monday.
PI BETA PHI: Sorority mem members
bers members will be guests at a coffee
Saturday, Nov. 4, at the home of
Mrs. A. M. Rutledge, 3105 W. Uni University
versity University Avenue, from 10:80 a.m.
to noon. New residents may call
Mrs. Rutledge for further inf or ormatron,
matron, ormatron, 6-6427.

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Students Play 'Design
That Flag* Game
The UFs school flag is coming down.
A new flag, more a promos to the school itself* is
>eing sought to replace it in a design contest now under
The present flag features the Florida State Seal.
Twenty dollars will be awarded to the student
whose design is selected by a student government com committee
mittee committee to pick a new banner. Student Body President
Bruce Bullock will aid in the selection.
Second and third prizes of $lO and sls will also be
given according to Gary Tullis, chairman of the Com Commission
mission Commission on School Traditions.
All entries are to be submitted to Dr. Roy C. Craven
n Building C by Nov. 17. The committee will then choose
the best design and deliver it to a flag-maker probably
n Jacksonville, Tullis said.
The flag is to be flown at official occasions includ includng
ng includng athletic events.
There are no limitations in the design but entries
will be judged according to appropriate color ani}, inclu inclusion
sion inclusion of other UF symbols, said Tullis.
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Gtti&r. Society Editor
A rather quiet party scene this
week w£H lead, up to homecoming.
gEi>s, Delta Alpha Chis and
the Kappa Alpha Thetas will par party
ty party together. Friday night in a pro progressive
gressive progressive social. The social starts
with a dinner-at the SPE house
then goes to Panhellenic Drive
and the AXO house for coffee
and dessert.
The Delts will host a party that
Sigma. £hi Epsilon Goilegiates
and alumni honored their house
mother, Mrs. Lela McKinney with
a tea last weekend. Saturday
night Sig Bps .will have a hi-fi
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initiated last week, the same eve evening
ning evening as a social with Theta Chi.
KDs and the ATOs will party
tonight at a dinner social. Satur Saturday
day Saturday night Kappa Dehas will be
guests of the John Marshall Bar
Association tor a social.
Coffee hours at the Phi Mu
house will be every other Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night beginning this Thurs Thursday
day Thursday from 9:30 until 10:30.
Honor Sweetheart;
Thursday night Phi Mus and

Center News

Church Groups Plan
For Homecoming

Open House

Apparently this is going to be
a quiet weekend for the campus
student centers. This rest per period
iod period will probably last until
Homecoming weekend, when
things will be in full swing again.
TER: Saturday evening at 7 stu students
dents students will leave the center for
a hayride and weenie roast. There
are a limited number of tickets,
so make sure you get yours in
night Tonight at 7:30 there will be Sab Sabbath
bath Sabbath services. Kiddush will follow
the services. There will also be
Sabbath services Saturday morn morning
ing morning at 9:30.
Sunday morning at 9 there will
be a meeting of the advanced He Hebrew
brew Hebrew class. The beginning Hebrew

the Alpha Gampna Rhos socializ socialized
ed socialized honoring AGP sweetheart, Pat Patty
ty Patty Welsch.
The DPhiEs will hostess an
open house Friday night from 8
until 1. Phi Gams and DPhiEs
had a spaghetti and beer social
last week.
Also Friday night Delta Gam Gammas
mas Gammas will party with the Pikes.
The Pikes will hold a record par party
ty party following the social.
TTBPs will host the ADPis at
a social tonight.

class will meet and there will be
the usual brunch both at 11 a.m.
At 7 p.m. Sunday there is a
council meeting.
IAN CENTER: In addition to
Vesper services Tuesday and
Thursday, a party is scheduled
Friday evening at 8. Dress is
The bus will pick up students
at the dorms between 8:45 and
9:15 a.m. for all those who wish
to come to the center first for
coffee and doughnuts and then go
to church.
Sunday evening at 6 there will
be a dinner and worship service.
ATTENTION .* AH student mem members
bers members of the Reorganized Church"of
Jesus Christ of Later Day Saints
are asked to contact Fred Hart Hartford
ford Hartford from 7-10 p.m. weekdays. His
address is room 321, East Hall.

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Theta's Arent

Superstition didnt interfere
with the pledging of Kappa Alpha
Theta, the Universitys newest
The 13th national sorority on
campus, Theta began rush on
Friday, the 13th of October, and
pledged all 44 girls they bid. The
UF chapter now has 44 pledges
and tour sisters two colonizers
and two transfer sisters.
Sue Waite, one of the two colo colonizers,
nizers, colonizers, said that 220 coeds signed
up for the Theta rush.
This was a big surprise to
us, said Sue, speaking for her herself
self herself and co-colonizer Julia Free Freeman.
man. Freeman. We didnt expect nearly so
many to rush a sorority thats
just beginning. We were really
pleased when we got all 44 girls
we bid.

The new pledges will not be
without big sisters, although The Theata
ata Theata just csjme to the UF campus
this fall. She said there are a
number of Theta alumni in
Gainesville. Although out of col college,
lege, college, they will serve a s big sis sisters
ters sisters for the pledges.

The Thetas will hold their
meetings in the Florida Union.

Starling Wins
Writing Contest
i John M. Starling was today
named as winner ($300)
in a statewide legal writing con contest
test contest sponsored by the Lawyers
Title Guaranty Fund of Orlando.
Starting, a recent graduate of
the University of Floridas Col College
lege College of Law, submitted his paper
to the program while he was a
senior law student last Spring.
His prize-winning analysis in pro property
perty property law deals with co-owner co-ownership
ship co-ownership of property by a husband
and wife.
He graduated at the top of his
class last June, with a scholastic,
average of 3.69, the highest made
by any student attending the Col College
lege College since June of 1955.
Students Tell
UN's Values
A student from the Philippines,
one from Jordan and one from
Peru, will discuss the value of
the United Nations at a special
UN Day program Tuesday at 8
p.m. at the Baptist Student Cen Center,
ter, Center, 1604 W. University Ave.
Dr. Ivan Putman, adviser to
foreign students at the University
of Florida, will moderate. Panel Panelists
ists Panelists will be Reuben Navarro,
Philippine Islands: Muhammad
Hallaj, Jordan and Humbert
Schonene, Peru.
Sponsors of the program to fo focus
cus focus attention on the wide scope
of influence exerted by the UN
throughout tiie world are the
League of Women Voters, the
American Assn, of University
Women and the American Assn,
tor the United Nations.
UN Day has been proclaimed
by President Kennedy in a letter
to Mayor-commissioner Norwood
Hope, sponsoring organizations
The largest rehabilitation center
in the South is located in the J.
Hillis Miller Health Center at
More than a half million square
feet of floor space is contained in
the University of Floridas J. Hil Hillis
lis Hillis Miller Health Center.
The married student with his
own special financial problems is
becoming an increasingly import important
ant important part of the campus scene.

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Prof Speaks
On Berlin
Dr. John Spanier,, assistant pro professor
fessor professor of political science at the
University of Florida, will speak
at the Congregation BNai Israel
Sabbath Services tomorrow even evening.
ing. evening.
The Berlin Crisis will be the
speakers topic, to be presented
at 8 p.m. in the synagogue, cor corner
ner corner of SW 2nd Place and 2nd Ter.
Pincus Gross will conduct the
services. Hostesses for the Oneg
Shabbat will be Miss Sophia Mi Michaels
chaels Michaels and Mrs. Sam Rachmon.
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t Eat Words
Alligator Sports Editor
Before the current football season had begun the
Gator Bowl committee came out with the statement that
the outcome of the Georgia Tech-Auburn game might
go a long way in helping them choose one of the teams
m their December classic.
. Moment of Decision
This weekend will or might be the moment of de decision
cision decision for John Piambo and Co. providing that either
Tech or Auburn would accept an invitation from the
Gator Bowl and providing that neither Tech nor Auburn
succumb to the upset bug which has hit many of the na nations
tions nations top teams this fall.
Also to be considered is the fact that both teams
still have a couple of tough opponents to go through
including Alabama, Tennessee, the Gators, and cross
state rival Georgia for Tech, Alabama the Gators and
damson for the Tigers.
If this is confusing to you that any sane person could
go out on the snarled limb of football predicting even
before the players had drawn their equipment it should
be even more confusing to Mr. Piambo and his commit commitvv6*
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ketball water-basketball finals. The Phi Delts won the contest getting the Blues off and running in
the Orange Intramural League.

Skill Needed For
Sigma Delta Psi

Since 1927 the University of
Florida ha s been a chartered
member of Sigma Delta Psi, na national
tional national honorary athletic fraternity.
During this time many of the
universitys students have met
the national requirements and
qualified as fullfledged members
of the fraternity. Sigma Delta Psi
has often been called the Phi Be Beta
ta Beta Kappa of the athletic world,
and rightly should be. The re requirements
quirements requirements for admission into
Sigma Delta Psi are a challenge
to the athletic skill, physical fit fitness
ness fitness and personal determination
of each aspirant, and member membership
ship membership is afforded only upon suc successful
cessful successful completion of all of them.
These minimum requirements in
Cage Squad
Starts Work
Basketball dented king footballs
throne this week as Coach Nor Norman
man Norman Sloan greeted 12 varsity
candidates Monday.
And led by Capt. Lou Merchant!
they opened drills with a flou flourish.
rish. flourish. Calisthenics and running
highlighted the drills a 3 Sloan and
Asst, coaches Perry Moore and
James MacCachren worked to get
their perspiring aspirants in
Merchant and senior stand standout
out standout Cliff Luyk looked good in
the early drills as did Carlos
"Moose" Morrison and Joe
"Stringer" Metzger, a pair of
steady junior forwards.
Richard Tomlinson and Richie
Liebowitz paced the newcomers
along with Brooks Henderson and
Tom Baxley.
The first opportunity to see
the squad in action will be in
the annual Dollars For Scho Scholars
lars Scholars game which will be played
next month. The varsity will
face the B-Team and freshman
in what could be a preview of
Southeastern Conference cham championships
pionships championships to come in the future.
Coach McOachren is asking that
all freshmen interested in trying
out for the squad to report to
practice at 4 p.m. in the gym.
Tryouts are taking place on the
southend of the court while the
remainder of the squad works on
the north end.

each of the following events must
be met for
1. 100 yard dash in 11.6 sec
rods, 2. 120 yard low hurdles ir
16 seconds. 3. Running high jump
to the approximate height of
feet, depending on individ ua 1
weight and height, 4. Running
tfroad jump of 17 feet, 5. 1C
pound shot put for a distance of
30 feet, 6. 20 foot rope climb in
12 seconds, 7. Baseball throw of
230 feet, 8. Football punt of 40
yards, 9. 100 yard swim, free
style, in 1 minute and 45 sec seconds,
onds, seconds, 10. One mile run, in 6
minutes, 11. Handstand, 10 sec seconds
onds seconds or 160 average for three
games of bowling, 12. Front
handspring, landing on feet, 13.
Fence vault, at least chin high.
Being a member of an intra intramural
mural intramural championship team or
having won a varsity letter can
serve as a substitute for one of
the above requirements with the
exception of swimming.
In the last 10 years the Uni University
versity University of Florida has had only
a handful of students indicate an
interest in accepting the chal challenge
lenge challenge of Sigma Delta Psi. Os
group an even smaller number
has qualified. Many capable stu students
dents students have not attempted to gain
admission to Sigma Delta Psi be-
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cause they do not know of its ex extence
tence extence or they being the pro program
gram program and quit because of a lack
jf personal drive.
In an effort to stimulate a re reiewed
iewed reiewed interest in Sigma Delta
Psi the Intramural Department
will have someone available each
afternoon from 2:00 p.m. until
5:00 p. m. to test students.
For. additional information con contact
tact contact Mr. Spurgeon Cherry, Mr.
Alan Moore, or Graduate Assist Assisttants
tants Assisttants Phil Larson and Ken

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Sorat, Off-Campus, Dorm Leagues
Continue Play; Track Next For Men

Phi Delta Theata and Phi
Gamma Delta have taken the
first trophies in the 1961-62 intra intramural
mural intramural season with their respec respective
tive respective league victories in the water
basketball tournament.
Hie Phi Deltas defeated the
Kappa Sigma tem for the
Orange League tilt while the
PM Gams won over Lambda
Ohi Alpha for the Blue League
The DeR had a hard fight to
gain their second water basketball
title in a row. They defeated Sig Sigma
ma Sigma Nu in overtime to gain the
finals after defeating Delta Tau
Delta and SAE in their first two,

Fred Pitts Kappa Sigma
Joe McLeod Sigma Nu
Garry UebermanTau Epsilon Phi
John Tindall Theta Chi
Bill Gridley Phi Delta Theta
Monte Tariner Sigma Nu
Wayne Hudson Phi Delta Theta
Garry Klatt Phi Gamma Delta
Joe Thomas Chi Phi
Rob Hailey Delta Upsilon
Steve Smith Lambda Chi Alpsa

The Florid* Alligator, Friday, October 20, 1961

Kappa Sigma won over Sigma
Chi, Pi Lambda Phi, and Phi
Kappa Tau on their way to the
finals. In the championship game,
the Delts broke a 3-3 halftime tie
to win decisively, 12-3.
Blue Winners
Phi Gam had wins over Chi
Phi and Delta Upsilon before they
defeated Lambda Chi for the title.
LXA defeated Alpha Gamma
Rho, Pi Kappa Ph*, and Phi Ep
before their loss in the finals.
In sorority action, the double doubleelimination
elimination doubleelimination volley basketball
tournament is nearing Its cli climax.
max. climax. Two undefeated teams aft after
er after this weeks action. Zeta Tau
Alpha downed Chi Omega and
Delta Delta Delta won over
Kappa Delta.
Once defeated Alpha Epsilon
Phi dropped Delta Gamma from
play with the DGs second loss.
AEPhi will meet Sigma Kappa,
winners and eUminaters of Alpha
Chi Omega to determine the third
team in the finals.
In off-campus action, basketball
continued to take th e spotlight.
Baptist Student Union defeated
the Newman Club 29-15 with Russ
Allen scoring 18 points. Georgia
Seagle also beat Newman, 33-14,
with Earl Montgomery scoring 10

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Baby Gators, Miami
Play in Magic City

Gator Sports Writer
The 4th annual Kiwands Charity
between the freshman
lams of the University of Flor Flor\
\ Flor\ and the University of Miami
-Ml be played this Friday night
the Orange Bowl. This game
111 feature two top freshman
Hms as both are currently un unseated.
seated. unseated.
The annual series started In
f6B with a 20-8 Miami victory.
Florida bounced back in 1859
1d down the Hurricanes 36-6
fteUnd the top running of backs
Dick Skelly, Bob Hoover,
and Ltody Infante. Miami took
the 1980 game by one point, 15*
14 to take a M lead in the
Last week Miami defeated Mex Mexico
ico Mexico Poly-Tech 9040 and showed
a Strong ground attack, which Is
led by 180 pound halfback, Ron
Natteueei. The Hurricanes also
have a fins fullback in 205 pound
Norman Blanchard, and halfback
Walt Flurry adds a third top
runner In the Miami offense.
Large Cans line
The Hurricane line averages
20t pounds per man, and la con considered
sidered considered one of the finest in Mi Miami
ami Miami history. Leading this herald heralded
ed heralded line are tackle Dave Gardner,
guard Bruce Brinkos, and center
Don Afra.
The Florida freshman team

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Only one more game and Fm
aveA. So with that in mind, here
we zq with another week of up upsets
sets upsets that threaten to make all
football prognosticators turn in
heir point tally cards.
Florida over Vaady . Lib
should break lose in this one and
the Gators should roll 21-7. Ring,
gold should rest enough in this
one to be ready to go in Grand
Ole Qprey.
FSU over Richmond The
Seminoles should turn on their
sprinkler system again this week.
Notre Dame over Mich. State
. . I've got to go with an upset
somewhere. Besides Burk and
Jacohson have scored before for
the Irish and they should again.
Ga. Tech over Auburn. . The
lone season for this choice is
Grant Field. Tech always plays
brilliantly there. Berman, Hansen,
Robinson, etc. always make the
Engineers move along with Gann
at the helm. Head is at the helm
with Harvey, Sandy, Jenny, Don Donna,
na, Donna, etc. pulling strings.
Miss. State over Georgia .
This oould go the other way but
then m been upset prone be before.
fore. before. Komars Running will be
stopped this week.
LSU over Kentuoky . This
alto oould be an upeet as Woo Wooban
ban Wooban and Hutchinson are a battery
equal to Levitt end ChUbby Chec Checker.
ker. Checker. But the battle of Cats is in
Baton Rouge, nuff said.
Alabama over Term . Per Percentagea
centagea Percentagea say never to pick against
the Bear. Theyre probably right.
Maryland over Air Force .
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Ole Mias over Tulane ... The
Green Wave almost turned the
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wasted no time in showing that it
is one of the finest in Florida
history. The Gators dominated
their first game of the season,
and routed the Georgia Bulldogs
42-19. Floridas offense showed
very well, and the defense held
Georgia to four first downs.
Starting at ends Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night will be John Cor Corvey
vey Corvey and Ken Worth, who block blocked
ed blocked several Bulldog punts. At
tackle will be 245 pound
Dennia Murphy and John
Thompson, who both have look looked
ed looked exceptionally well In prac practice.
tice. practice.
Jerry Davis has shaken off his
recent leg ailment to return to
one guard position, and will be
joined by Rill Richboung to give
the Gators a fine pair of starting
guards. Roger Pettee will start
at center.
Three ID Shannon
Quarterbacking the team will
be Tom Shannon, who scored
three touchdown* In the Georgia
game. The halfbacks will be Lar Larry
ry Larry Dupree and Jerry Newcom Newcomber,
ber, Newcomber, who were two of the top
ground gainers hust Saturday.
Starting at fullback will be Billy
Joe James who rounds out the
Fridays game should prove to
be a real thriller and a crowd of
over 80,000 Is expected to be on

Alligator Sports Editor
Florida over Vaadethilt .
battle of quarterbacks, third
straight away night contest, se second
cond second Gator SE3C r win.
F.S.U. over Richmond . Sem Seminoles
inoles Seminoles rolling again.
Michigan State over Notre Dame
. . States number one and
after last weeks romp over rival
Michigan looks good to stay
Georgia Tech over Auburn .
Grant Field and a tough Jacket
squad to ax War Eagle.
LSU over Kentucky . Tigers
toning up for Gator test will have
to play a tough tune to slip by
Alabama over Tennessee
Tide will roll with Pat at quar quarterback
terback quarterback and Nat close behind.
Maryland over Air Force .
Terpe are trying to get back on
the win trail and should find the
Falcons no problem.
Ole Miss over Tulane .', The
haves and the have note of the
SEC meet. Greenlee no can
match Reb depth.
Open Date over Miami .
Oanes cant do anything light
Florida Frosh over Miami Frosh
. . Prediction of things to

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both the Gator Varsity and Freshman squads boast
tough tackles in their battles with Vanderbilt and the
Miami Frosh this weekend. Top left. frosh Dennis
Murphy; Lower Left . fresh John Thompson. Top
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Rice Best Game
Says Veteran Hicks

An imposing stalwart on the
beefy Fightin Gator line, is 64,
230 pound senior, ,L. E. Hicks.
Hicks, from Tampa, plays on
both offense and defense at left
In the Rice game, the Gators
had the rushing statistics, the
downs and the total offense, we
beat Rice everywhere, but on the
scoreboard, said Hicks.
The senior lineman said the
Rice game was the best played
game so far as the players being
up for it.
We feel bad about losing it,
but it doesnt affect us as far as
our standing in the conference is
concerned, and thats what
Hicks felt the big advantage
for Rice was playing on their
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here for our Homecoming.
We played LSU in their stadi stadium
um stadium last year and beat them. I
think well do the same thing
again this year, but on our own
Auburn will be the game I want
to win, said Hicks. Weve out outplayed
played outplayed them in statistics the past
thre years and have come out
on the short end of the score.
He felt that the Gator line
was coming into its own. Its not
the same Hne that went into the
first game with Clemson. Experi Experience
ence Experience is coming with each game.
Hicks felt the game against Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia in 59 was the game he re remembered
membered remembered the best.
We had them outclassed and
won by a real big margin. Be Because
cause Because of this we were able to
take more chances and do some
experimenting with the plays.
Hicks is a senior in Physical

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moover Hoover will not play in
Saturdays game with Vander Vanderbilt.
bilt. Vanderbilt.
Hoover was injured Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday in a motorcycle car col collision.
lision. collision.

Education and plans to graduate
in February. His future plans in include
clude include a commission as a 2nd lieu,
tenant and a tour in the service.
Following his service tour,
Hicks plans on giving pro foot football
ball football a try. He was drafted by
the Philadelphia Eagles in his
junior year.

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Saurians Fate Crucial
Commodore Contest

Gator Sports Writer
The Florida Gators enter the
make or break part of their sea.
son this weekend as they take on
the Vanderbilt Commodores in
Nashville, Tennessee. Game time
is 9:00 p.m. local time for the
SEC clash.
This game looms as a must
win for the Gators if they hope to
Old Foes Meet
As, Lineup Has
Six SEC Games
After a week off from confer,
ence action, the SEC returns to
action with a vengence this week,
end as six conference games
are on the schedule.
Alabama and Tennessee re renew
new renew one of the South's oldest
series as they meet in Bir Birmingham
mingham Birmingham for the 44th game
between the two schools. The
Crimson Tide is ranked fifth
in the nation this week, but
the Volunteers are the first
really to u gh team Alabama has
Old Rivals Meet
Two even older rivals meet in
Atlanta on Saturday as Auburn
and Georgia Tech have at it for
game number 64. The two schools
first met in 1892. Auburn has
taken the last two games by
scores of 7-8, and, 9-7.
Following this gams, Georgia
and Mississippi State will play
a night game on the same field.
State has been a surprise this
season, winning 3 games in the
first four, while Georgia has the
opposite record after losing to
FSU, 3-0, on Saturday.
L£*U, with three wins in a
row, meets Kentucky, with
two straight victories, in Ba Baton
ton Baton Rouge. The Tigers destroy destroyed
ed destroyed South Carolina, 42-0, last
week while Kentucky downed
Kansas State, 21-8.
Mississippi, dropped to num number
ber number two in the nation despite their
win over Houston, will attempt
to regain the top atop by beating
Tulane in a game at Jackson.
The final game of the weeks
finds the Gators at Nashv ill e
to meet Vanderbilt.

have a successful season. With
such powers as Georgia Tech, Au Auburn,
burn, Auburn, Miami, and LSU still to be
placed, a loss to the Commodores
could be fatal to hopes for an another
other another winning season.
The Commodores cant be tak taken
en taken to lightly either. They have
shown so far this season that
they have a much better team
than the one the Gators beat 12-0,
last year.
ho far Vandy has split four
games, beating West Virginia
16-6, and Georgia, 21-0, and
losing to Alabama, 35-6, and
UCLA last weekend, 28-21. In
all the games,- however, they*
have shown more offense than
last season when they failed to
score six times.
Star of the offense so far is
quarterback Hank Lesesne, who
is emerging as one of the top
passers in the SBC. In his first
four games, Lesesne has thrown
seven touchdown passes and com completed
pleted completed 30 out of 65 passes. Eleven
passes have been intercepted,
Johnson Leads Rushers
His favorite targets have been
end Bruce (Mike) Hammer and
halfback Jeff Starling. Fullback
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Creagh provide the running with
Johnson averaging 4 yards a car carry
ry carry last year.
The line appears strong with
several lettermen back including
Cody Blinkley, everyones choice
as the best center in the South.
Blinkley, who made 12 tackles
against the Gators last year, av average
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Tackle Dan Boone Is another
line stalwart for the Commo Commodores.
dores. Commodores. He missed last season
with an Injury but seems ready
to (day this year. Buddy Tho Thomas,
mas, Thomas, Mike Reese, and Bill Cor Corbin
bin Corbin give depth to the tackle po position.
sition. position.
Injuries will again hamper the
Gators victory efforts. Senior
linebacker Paul Vargecko has a
leg injury and will miss at least
the next two games. Cecil Ewcl
will probably miss the Vandy
game, also.
However, Floyd Dean, who has
missed the last three games,
returned to practice Monday and
should be ready for action this
week. Dean was the first string
tackle before his injury in tho
Clemson game. Halfback and
punter Haygood Clarke may also
see some action.