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THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR

Volwm 54 Numbar 8 Univanity of Florida, GainatvillaFriday, Octobar 27, 1961 Thirty-Two Paact This Edition

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li 95 Unit HC Parade

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Prettywnorftds, an elephant, and
a counter-spy are scheduled for
UFa Homecoming Parade at 12:*
45 today-.-*
Parad*-Coordinator Jon Willi William*
am* William* said today that thla year*
parade will see more participa participation
tion participation by-student groups.
"ThiaZwm -also be the biggest
parade-ensve ever had, with ov over
er over 95 separate units taking part.*
WlllianuMidded.
UF fraternities, sororities, and
will furnish
40 o£ colorful, girl-f ill e d
floats &Ohe parade. The Univer Universitys
sitys Universitys Gator Marching Band
and Air jg>rce and Army ROTC
drill teems will round out the
list of ittent talent in the par parade
ade parade whiMuwOi start from the
ROTC drill field and proceed
down University Avenue to Main
Street.
Five other drill teams are fea featured
tured featured intfce parade including the
Marine "Corps Color Guard from
the Jacksonville Naval Air Sta Station.'
tion.' Station.'
Furnishing music for .the

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bands from areas throughout
the state. Last year*# most ap applauded
plauded applauded band, Gainesville# fast faststepping
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Alumni To Tour Campus;
Heavy Traffic Expected

Annual Homecoming campus
tours will optimistically fight the
annual Hbmecoming traffic jam

will be back for a repeat perform performance.
ance. performance.
Williams said Herbert M. Phil Philbrick,
brick, Philbrick, author of, 1 Led Three
Lives, and former FBI counter counterspy,
spy, counterspy, will be one of the dignitar dignitaries
ies dignitaries riding in the parade. Phi 1-
brick will be in Gainesville next
week on # a speaking tour.
Other convertible-riding lumina luminaries
ries luminaries will include Governor C. Far Farris
ris Farris Bryant, U. S. Senator Holland
and O. S. Congressman Billy Mat Matthews.
thews. Matthews.
The elephant, on loan from .a
Jacksonville tourist attraction, is
part of a late-entered Kappa
Sigma Fraternity float A frat fraternity
ernity fraternity representative said the
pachyderm will appear if they
e .. aod **7. to curb the ani animals
mals animals instinct for chasing dogs.

Friday, according to tour chair chairman
man chairman Steve Powell.
The tours are scheduled to be
given in 15-minute cycles from
3:80 to 5:30 p. m. with the infor information
mation information booth at the Universitys
main entrance as -the starting
point.
Powell said that the tours will
be given only on Friday this
year because stadium bound
traffic caused problems in the
past.
The tours will be given in a
Volkeswagen bus.
He stressed the idea that,
while tours may be old stuff
for alumni, their families and
friends might enjoy a chance to
see the campus.
Also, he said, there are
many landmarks that will be new
for many alumni.
Tbe Health Center, fraternity
row and other points will be cov covered
ered covered fcy the tour.
Powell said the tour, sponsored
by Alpha Kappa Psi, professional
business fraternity, is being pre presented
sented presented on a larger scale than in
the past so that more alumni
and their greets can participate.
Students Begin
Army Duty Tour
The men of the Sosth Finance
Disbursing Unit, U.S. Army Re Reserve,
serve, Reserve, left this week for Ft. Sill,
Oklahoma where they will begin
a one-year tour of active duty.
About 80 per cent of the units
members are UF students.
While the present strength of
the unit. is classified, the author authorized
ized authorized strength is 31 officers and
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Swimcapades
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Ah altered version of the usual
Homecoming Swimcapades, di directed
rected directed by Florida Blue Key will
spalsh into action at 4 p. m. to today
day today at the University Pool.
The Swim Fins and the Aqua
Gators will present two synchron synchronized
ized synchronized swimming numbers, a com comedy
edy comedy relay and the ever-favorite
clown diving exhibitions by the
University divers.
Harry Shorestein, student direc director
tor director of recreation, is director for
the event.
According to Mrs. Jessie Lie,
Swim Fins advisor this years
show is sponsored by Florida
Blue Key because Homecom Homecoming
ing Homecoming festivities are scheduled
so early in the year that the
swim clubs could not produce
as large a show as they had
in the past.
The students felt that it would
be better not to put on a show
if they couldnt manage a large
one, said Mrs. Lie. Florida
Blue Key decided the show was
needed and that if the clubs
could contribute numbers it
would go on.
The Swim Fins and the Aqua
Gators will present a mixed num number,
ber, number, choreographed by Harvey
Meltzer and directed by Joanne
Griffiths. A number for skilled
girls, under the direction of Ap April
ril April Stanley and Yusty Braun and
choreographed by Connie Har Harris,
ris, Harris, will be staged by the Swim
Fins.
Fred Pitts will be in charge
of the clown diving routine.
A Night-Shirt Relay Race, di directed
rected directed by Mari Frances Tucker,
vice president of Swim Fins,
will provide further amuse amusement
ment amusement for spectators.
About 25 people are involved
in the show, unde** the over a 11
supervision of Bob Early, Aqua
Gator presideht and Yusty Braun,
Swim Fins president. Costuming
is in charge of Elinor Sheffield,
Swim Fins treasurer.
Spending Limit
On HC floats
Homecoming float expenses for
fraternities are this year under
a $l5O suggested maximum ac according
cording according to Boat chairman Bill
Hamilton.
Tlie expense limit was approv approved
ed approved by the Interfratern|ty Council.
.Hamilton said it is not. a law.
but any fraternity exceeding the
limit will be ineligible for troph trophies
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Faculty Selects
Hall Os Fame
Hail of Fame members will be
selected by an all-faculty com committee
mittee committee for the first time this
year, according to Seminole edi editor
tor editor Bob Kent.
In the past the Seminole has
been criticized for being prejud prejudiced
iced prejudiced because students were on
the final selective committee,
said Kent.
This year we are attempt attempting
ing attempting to make the choosing com completely
pletely completely impartial by enlisting Only
faculty for judges.
Kent declined to reveal any of
the judges because the list hem
not y*et been completed.
The Hall of Fame each year
chooses 24 outstanding seniors
who have contributed considera considerably
bly considerably to the UF through various
areas. Some of these areas are
politics, athletics, publications,
and scholastics.
To be nonlmated for this honor
a student must be a graduating
senior with a 2.0 minimum over overall
all overall average who has shown "ex "excellence
cellence "excellence in one field of endeaVor
and has taken an active part in
two others,

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Career Cues
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Hitch your wagon to
a growth industry industryand
and industryand grow with it!
Douglas Leigh, President
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way up moving quickly, expanding fast When you
Jain a company in one of the growth fields you have
something extra working for you... you grow up with it
To find out which industry is right for you, try this: Ask
someone ip a good investment office to give you a list of
the industries he considers 'growth industries. Data

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FBK Banquet Features
Johnson, Past Governors

Hie Vic* President of the Unit United
ed United States, two U. S. Senators, a
governor, and several past gover governors
nors governors will highlight the Florida
Blue Key banquet at 4:45 p.m. to today
day today -on the main floor of Florida
Gym.
The FBK banquet, traditionally
a gathering place for Florida poli politicians,
ticians, politicians, win take national scope
when Vice President Lyndon B.

Mortar Board
Hosts Wives
Cocktails, tomato juice vari variety,
ety, variety, will be served to wives of
Blue Key members on the terrace
of the Hub at 4 p. m. today while
their husbands attend the Blue
Key Smoker.
The cocktails will proceed
th Annual Mortar Board Ladiee
Homecoming Banquet in the Ban Banquet
quet Banquet Room of the Hub at 5 p.
m. More than 300 Blue Key
wives, Mortar Board alumni and
actives, and other guests gre ex expected,
pected, expected, according to Andrea Aber Abernathy,
nathy, Abernathy, chairman of the event
which is being sponsored by the
local chapter of Mortar Board.
Mrs. Harold Hiker, a former
of Gainesvilles Mortar
Board and Hall of Fame, will
speak on The Role of the Wom Woman
an Woman in Florida. Margie Reitz,
president of Trianon Chapter of
Mortar Board, will be the toatft toatftmistress.
mistress. toatftmistress.
Music for the banquet will be
presented by members of the Uni University
versity University Music Department.
After the buffet members of
Florida Blue Key will escort the
women to their seats at Gator
Growl.
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Johnson presents the major ad address.
dress. address.
The Texan, who will be intro introduced
duced introduced by U. S. Senator George
Smathers, is planning to give his
oratory after nearly two hours of
introductions and comments.
Serving as toastmaster for the
occasion will be former Florida
governor Fuller Warren. Warren
who got in politics at tiie UF
serving as president of the sopho sophomore
more sophomore class will carry on the ban banquet
quet banquet with comics and comments.
Among the 1,400 planning to at attend
tend attend will be the state legislature
Gov Farris Bryant, his cabinet,

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WIMPY'S DRIVE-IN
is now on the square
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1 WIMPY'S DRIVE-.IN. lt is NOT a COMPACT but on
Oversized UmOsine loaded,with extras tasty sauce, lettuce, tomato, mayonnaise, pickle and
onion). It's DELICIOUS TASTE makes for POWER
SMQOTH OPERATION giving YOU plenty of PEP and
ENERGY. :
One Wimp Burger will fill up
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OTHER MODELS FOR SALE
FOOT-DOG (all the way) 35c
Regular Burger L. 25c
Bar-B-Q Beef 40c
Pizza-Burger 50c
Steak Sandwich .... (with fries) 70c
Thick, tall, shakes 16 oz. 25c
WIMm DRIVE-IN
1040 UNIV. AVENUE
. FORMERLY THE GREATER BURGER

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Processing, plastics, and electronics are a few example*
Then pick the one you have a leaning* toward, and get
the names of the most progressive companies in that
field.
One thing Id like to point out from my own career is
. a growth industry may also be an old business thats
on the-verge of new development. Shortly after leaving
college I found this situation in the Outdoor Advertising
field. What my associates and I did was to employ color,
action and motion to dramatically personify the product,
brand or services being advertised. In doing so, we de developed
veloped developed the modern type Spectaculars that talked, blew
smoke rings, soap bubbles, etc.... signs that changed the
face, of Broadway and the famous Times Square area.
This is just one example. The really important thing
to remember is this: When you set your sights on a career,
aim for an industry that is going to grow, so you can grow
with it Its the difference between a rocket that blasts
off, and one that just sits there. Good luck!

and Head Football Coach Ray
Graves. The only change in past
years procedure, according to
Joe Ripley, banquet chairman,
will be the seating capacity. For Formerly
merly Formerly the seating capacity was
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The annual Florida Blue Key
Smoker in the basement of Flor Florida
ida Florida Gymnasium will precede
Banquet ht 3:30 p.m. \ w.
. Four UF professors will bOEe bOEecognized
cognized bOEecognized for having achieved
Academic excellence and rhade
significant contributions resulting
in distinction to themselves, their
university and mankind.'



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to Gator Grow! and Homecoming
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By JAN LATHBOP
Gator News Editor
Video steers Gator Growl to
a new frontier tonight, as 40,000
in person and a potential million
TV viewers see the spruced up
version of ths nations biggest
student-run extravaganza.
Cameras go on the air at 8:30
tonight when Jacksonville TV per personality
sonality personality Dick Stratton emcees the'
opening of Gator Growl. Richard
W. Bowles conducts a mass
band in the national anthem, and
WyFT-TV will beam the show
from Florida Field to education educational
al educational television stations WJCT in
If Was All
Started By FBK
Twenty-nine years, ago several
Florida Blue Key members hud huddled
dled huddled in an all-night think session.
What to name the big Homecoming
ing pep rally was the problem.
Legend reports that Kenneth
Skags (brother of UF news bur bureau
eau bureau chief and now a junior col college
lege college president) arose to depart,
sleepily muttering;
Oh, let the Gator growl!
The name stuck, and tonight
the Gator will growl over three
TV stations throughout the state
to a million-large audience.
Unknown Then
Red Barberin 1032 a little littleknown
known littleknown sports announcer on the
staff of WRUFemceed the first
Growl.
The show featured a pep rally,
a bonfire, intramural boxing fin finals
als finals and tumbling acts. And a
speech by a young Jacksonville
attorney named Fuller Warren.
Other entertainment in the first
Growl included a freshman foot football
ball football game, a polo match, dances
and the first breakfast sponsor sponsored
ed sponsored by Phi Alpha Delta, honor honorary
ary honorary law fraternity.
Bonfire Big Thing
Homecoming promotion chair chairman
man chairman Gary Peacock said the main
event originally was the bonfire.
Each freshman rat was expected
to bring his own weight in wood
for the conflagration.
Traditional topping for this
wooden sundae was a priwy.
The means of obtaining this arti article
cle article are not, however, included in
the records of Growl history.
In 1047 a huge wood pile was
gathered, only to be fired two
weeks in advance by a student
prankster.
The bonfire has, since been dis discontinued
continued discontinued because it was a safe safety
ty safety hazard.
Rockets Fizzle
Fireworks, however, are still
a major part of the Growl show.
Trouble has occurred in this
area also. Several times the fire fireworks
works fireworks display has been drowned
out. Rockets had been rained on
so much that they simply failed
to get off the ground.
Tonight Growl will face its.
largest audience yet, via televi television.
sion. television. Growl now has fraternity
and sorority skits and rock n
roll bands instead of tumbling
and speeches.
Planned and executed by thou thousands
sands thousands of students, .Growl has
grown since 1032 to the nations
largest student participant show
and possibly the worlds largest
pep rally. ________

Jacksonville and WEDU in Tam Tampa.
pa. Tampa.
Highlights
highlights of the gigantic
Homecoming pep rally are a
quintet of fraternity and soror sorority
ity sorority skits, and a climaxing ex explosion
plosion explosion of fireworks.
In between skits variety acts
will take over the open air stage.
Gatorettes will toss to the
crowd 1,000 miniature foot footballs.
balls. footballs. The favors are from
WJXT-TV" in Jacksonville, and
will start Strattons job for the
evening.
The Florida Gators, whose big
moment comes tomorrow, w 11
make an appearance, introduced
by their coach, Ray Graves. And
fans will let go with some pre pregame
game pregame cheers in a short-scale pep
rally.
The Homecoming Sweetheart
and her courts presentation is
another high point of Growl. La Later
ter Later in the weekend the Sweet Sweetheart
heart Sweetheart will reign over the Sweet Sweetheart
heart Sweetheart Ball.
Putting on the traditional skits,
the backbone of Gator Growl,
are fraternities Phi Delta Theata,
Phi Gamma Delta and Plii Kap Kappa
pa Kappa Tau; and sororities Alpha
Epsilon Phi and Kappa Delta.
Awards to the best skits will
be presented at the wind-up of
the show.
Talent entertaining between
skits will vary from the UFs
Women's Glee Chib and music
by the Gator Band to a Dixie Dixieland
land Dixieland band and a ballet num number.
ber. number.
Emcee Dick Stratton will step
out of his emcee role for an im impersonation
personation impersonation of former governor
Fuller Warren.
Fireworks Finale
The Growl show will wind up
with the Alma Mater, then the
big fire-works explosion.
Emcee Stratton, a sl UF grad,
has touched in every area of TV
production since joining WJXT in
19*51. Now a video sportscaster
and master of ceremonies on the
Open House show, he spent a
brief stint after college gradua graduation
tion graduation playing pro baseball in the
Florida State League.
It was Stratton who* origina originated
ted originated the Fergie Ferguson Mem Memorial
orial Memorial Award, annual UF
Homecoming game trophy pre presented
sented presented to the past season's
most outstanding foolhall sen senior.
ior. senior.
Its estimated that one out of
every four UF students had some
hand in planning or carrying out
the Gator Growl program. Over Overall
all Overall student chairman is Wayne
Cobb.
Shows Spruced Up
Because the show is to be vi video-cast,
deo-cast, video-cast, skits had to be spruced
up a bit. Risque humor, tradition traditional
al traditional when Growl was seen only
by people in th e stadium, was
swept out in the face of a state statewide
wide statewide audience.
Growl makes its third TV ap appearance
pearance appearance this year, but its the

Committee Heads
Wind Up HC Plans

With Homecoming festivities
getting under way at noon today,
the various committee heads are
busy wrapping up plans for the
many activities that are sched scheduled
uled scheduled for this weekend.
Plans for Homecoming yere
started early last spring with the
appointment of General Chair Chairman
man Chairman Bob Perry of Jacksonville.
Perry named his committee
heads soon after his appoint appointment:
ment: appointment: Joe Ripley., Florida Blue
Key Banquet; J. Ron Smith,
Special Functions; Jackson O.
Brownlee, Florida Blue Key Smok Smoker.
er. Smoker.
Also Joe Chapman, Alumni-Leg Alumni-Legislators
islators Alumni-Legislators Barbecue; Steve Gard Gardner,
ner, Gardner, Personel Division; Bob Hen Hendry,
dry, Hendry, Technical Division; Andie
Abernathy, Mortar Board Buffet;

SATURDAY & SUNDAY
6:45 & 8:45 P.M.
SUNDAY 2 p.m.
RIVER OF NO RETURN
MONDAY & TUESDAY
7:00 & 9:00 P.M
FLA. UNION AUDITORIUM

first time the show has been tap taped
ed taped for non-local distribu tio n.
WUFT producer-director, G. W.
Oil strap and John Heney are
in charge of directing tonights
video production.
Growl will be preceded tonight
by Pre-Growl, a miniature extra extravanganza
vanganza extravanganza in itself. Starting at
C *l6, Mickey Tarler and Jacky
Strickland will narrate a show
featuring precision marching drill
teams, top-notch high school
bands dance routines, rock n
roll numbers, vocal groups and
another pep session led by the
Gator cheering squad.
The Little Show
I
Before Growl
Gets Bigger
When the first of the 40,000
large crowd start filing into Flor Florida
ida Florida Field at 6 tonight for Gator
Growl, theyll be entertained by
five top high school bands, two
military drill teams and a host
of variety acts.
The Little shows called Pre-
Growl, and its fast taking on the
proportions of the nights main mainliner,
liner, mainliner, Gator Growl.
For two hours, from 6:15 until
8:15, Mickey Tarler and Jacky
Strickland will narrate the pre preshow.
show. preshow.
Gator cheerleaders will help the
crowd warm up for the big pep
rally (to come later) with a short
yell session. And the Fighting
Gators will make a quick appear appearance.
ance. appearance.
High school bands, picked this
summer, appearing on the Gator
frontier are from Fernand in a
High School, Englewood High,
Mainland High and Seabreeze
High.
Dazzling precision marching will
he executed by military drill
teams, the Billy Mitchell Drill
Team and the Gator Guard.
Entertainment will be dotted in
between bands and marching,
with a dance routine by Sharon
Testy leading off. The Code
Tooles will sing Jamaica Fare Farewell,
well, Farewell, and Charlotta Robertson
will do Charleston.
Sister Jennys Turn to Throw
the Bomb is the novelty number
scheduled by Bill Thorton. Little
Jake and the Blenders will con contribute
tribute contribute a rock n roll bit. Cur Current
rent Current hit songs Get Away John
and Michael will be the pro program
gram program when the Wayfarers sing.
A highlight of the Pr e Growl
show is presentation of Mrs. Uni University
versity University of Florida. Honor Guests
for Pre-Growl and Growl will
also be introduced.
A number by the Gator Band
will close the Pre-Growl show.

Bill Hamilton, Parade; Gary
Peacock, Promotions and Publi Publicity
city Publicity
, Charlie Miner#. Administrative
Assistant Division; Bob ( a -n,
Alumni Division; Wayne Cobb,
Gator Growl; Erv Shames, Fi Finance;
nance; Finance; Gene Brown, Honored
Guests.
Other people playing important
roles in HC6l: Assistants to
General Chairman Perry, Byron
Block and Bill Nelson; Carole
Pfecther, secretary; Selig Gold Golden,
en, Golden, Sweepstakes Chairman; Mar Marion
ion Marion Dolive, secretary; Mike Jack Jackson,
son, Jackson, Growl Seating Chairman;
Tommy Donahoo, Football Coor Coordinator;
dinator; Coordinator; Wilton Miller, Alum Alumni
ni Alumni Assistant; Jim Fairchild, Con Construction;
struction; Construction; Sally Vanderburgh, De Decorations;
corations; Decorations; Dick Evans, Publicity.

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In The Dark
Local Screens to Join Growl Idea
With Dog and Psycho Showings

By FRED SCHNEIDER
Gator Amusements Editor
Now, for those who have ask asked
ed asked for it Hollywood has rework reworked
ed reworked the original script from
Bambi," added an all human
cast and come up with a wonder wonderful
ful wonderful new movie entitled Psycho."
For those who have forgotten

what the original
Bambi" was
about, a little re refresher
fresher refresher is in or ord
d ord e r. Bambi"
was a tale of
great suspense
about a wayward
deer and his loft loftbank
bank loftbank friends all
of whom suffer
from acute an anthropomorphia.
thropomorphia. anthropomorphia.

Schneider

Psycho" takes this same
theme, plucks the main charac characters
ters characters from the woods, and places
them in a Victorian mansion-mo mansion-motel
tel mansion-motel combination (part of the new
American-Plan movement).
Thumper, the neurotic rabbit
with a twitch, takes on new depth
in a role as a psychotic killer
and a schizoid.
Thumper Thick
The plot really thickens when
"Thumper" indulges in a newly
designed game called Ill look
crazy and you look stabbed,"
which has since proved a very
marketable game for Hollywood
producers.
All this and more too, at the
Florida Union movie this week weekend.
end. weekend. This flick, in true phantas phantasmagoria,
magoria, phantasmagoria, stars Tony Perkins and
Janet Leigh.
The Troth"
For those who are tired of
lewd nudes, exposed broads and
cheap B movies, the state of offers
fers offers 8.8. in The Truth."
Such poignancy, such delicate
handling, as never before seen in
home movies.
This movie is heralded as

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Bardots greatest triumph. Os I
course', when one considers what
she has to triumph over, it can!
easily be seen that three minuted
of Bardot fully clothed would be ;
a triumph.
The movie is played up as a
kind of biography. The best re resemblance
semblance resemblance between this
and 8.8.s life story is the fact
that it portrays her as a neurotic
with nude tendencies.
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ROBERT MITCHUM
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RANDOLPH SCOTT
AND
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RORY CALHOUN
AND
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SUNDAY fr MONDAY,
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"The Pleasure of His
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DEBBIE REYNOLDS
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HC Brings F
By CUF CORMIER
political kettle may not be boiling over
during Homecoming, but it will definitely be simmer simmering.
ing. simmering.
Among the more than 40,000 UF campus visitors
this weekend will be the traditional gathering of the
states political colony several hundred strong.
An annual attraction for office holders *?nd
would-be candidates since 1924, many a trial balloon
has been released over the Homecoming scene through
the years. With Homecoming attracting a large per percentage
centage percentage of the states leaders in agriculture, finance,
commerce and various professions, a more conducive
atmosphere for political fence building and strategy
planning is hard to duplicate.
Personality Pays
In Floridas loose-knit Democratic party organi organization
zation organization office seekers must rely on personality to win
support, and with the influential old grads around,
handshaking will lay the groundwork for campaigns
two or three years hence.
UF political science experts view the occasion as
one of the most significant political gatherings of the
year.
This event gives future candidates an opportun opportunity
ity opportunity for some solid log rolling/ said Dr. J. E. Dovell,

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orida's Political Brew to Near Boiling

professor of political science. A politician loves a
crowd and this is an opportunity for them to mingle
with influential people from all over the state.
Dr. Manring Dauer, head of the political science
department, believes several offices will be at stake
this weekend.
Bids Open
Plums for which candidates will be bidding are
four new congressional seats to be offered in the 1962
primary election and pledges for future offices of
speaker of the house and president of the senate in
the state legislature.
An informal caucus is expected to pledge support
of a. senate president for the 1967 session, of the legis legislature.
lature. legislature. That office has already been pledged for the
63 and 65 sessions.
Likewise the job of house speaker is already
sewed up for the next term, but jockeying for the
honor in 1965 is likely to take place.
Dauer believes at least seven gubernatorial candi candidates
dates candidates will be feeling out their chances and lining up
support. He named Bud Dickinson, West Palm Beach;
Sen. Scott Kelly, Lakeland; Doyle Carlton, Wauchula;
John McCarty, Fort Pierce; Justice Stephen OCon OConnell,
nell, OConnell, Tallahassee; Mayor Haydon Bums* Jacksonville
and Sen. Cliff Herrell, Miami Springs.
While 1961 is not a baty-kissing year for Florida
politicians, it is a handshaking one. Gainesvilles Rep.
Ralph Turlington said even with no elections slated
next spring this must be considered an on year for
Homecoming politicking.
Votes Take Time
Campaigns can no longer be built in a year,
said Turlington. As the states population grows it
takes more time to lay the groundwork for a successful
campaign a candidate has to start working two or
three years ahead.
He added that this was the time to start collect collect
collect
Alumni Welcomed
At Plaza Reunion

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their alma mater at the alumni
reunion tomorrow morning from
8:46 to 10:30 in the Plaza of the
Americas.
The alums wi 11 register at
booths representing the college
or school from which they gradu-
Alum BarQ
Hosts Bryant
Governor Farris Bryant, UF
President J. Wayne Reitz and
Florida state legislators are ex expected
pected expected to join 4,000 alumni to
esft and chat at a barbecue be befor
for befor the homecoming game Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday.
A1 Alsobrook, assistant direc director
tor director of Alumni Affairs, said the
barbecue in Florida Gymnasium
will be a time to relax and
meet old friends. He said si x
serving lines wiU feed alums
from 11 to 1:30.
Only active members of the
UF alumni Association who have
contributed within the past year
to the Alumni Loyalty Fund are
included. Tickets have been sold
at $1.50 and none will be availa available
ble available at the door.
A simple format with no
speeches will be the order of the
barbecue. Alumni will park free
on the drill field, have lunch in
the gym, and then walk over to
Florida Field.

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from each college will be at the
booths to greet the returning
grads.
Former state senator Fred O.
Dickinson will be the featured
speaker and Congressman D. R.
(Billy) Matthews will emcee the
reunion.
Free coffee, doughnuts and or orange
ange orange juice will be served while
the Gator Band provides music.
Conrad Demro, president of the
Alumni Association, will present
a SIOO scholarship to the college
showing the largest proportional
registration of alumni.
Paper Clothing
To Be Displayed j
Disposable paper-base clothing,
plastic field tents and irradiated
food products will be among items
exhibited b Y the U. S. Armys
Quartermaster Corps at the UF
Military Building Oct. 30 Nov.
1. from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.
The display, which originates
from Ft. Lee, Va., is in a tour
of major colleges and universities
throughout the United States.
Other items to be displayed in include
clude include a model of the million-dollar
solar furnace at the Quartermas Quartermaster
ter Quartermaster Research and Engineering
Command at Natick, Mass., de dehyrated
hyrated dehyrated precooked meals and an
armored vest.
The exhibition is open to facul faculty,
ty, faculty, students and the public.

ing supporters, since few were already committed.
While the UF conclave is one of the most impor important
tant important legislative meetings of the year, it is by no means
the only one.
Vying for the honor of attracting the statea fa favorite
vorite favorite sons it rival FSO, which instituted Legislature
Appreciation Day only a few years ago. This year the
event was staged during the weekend of the FSU-
Georgia football game.
Other gatherings were sponsored by civic organi organizations
zations organizations in Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale, Sarasota and
Jacksonville.
Importance Grows
This year the UF gathering assumes more import-

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Schools Homecoming activities
with their annual Legal break breakfasts
fasts breakfasts at 7:45 Saturday morning.
Gov. Farris Bryant will address
members of Phi Delta Phi and
200 guests at the Holiday Inn.
Introducing the speaker will be
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In Saturday's Skit Session [
JMBA Takes Aim At Politicians

State politicos will be the tar target
get target of pot shots from Floridas
future lawyers when the John
Marshall Bar Association un unleashes
leashes unleashes its skit session Saturday
at 10:30 a. m. on the law school
lawn.
Satires on recent state and
national politics, the skits are an
annual Homecoming attraction.
State politicians in attendance
previous years have termed them
incisive and amazingly knowl knowledgeable.
edgeable. knowledgeable.
The five skits this year have
been organized through a collec collective
tive collective effort, said Charles Miner
Jr., one of several law students
responsible for writing and di directing
recting directing the skits. Robert L. Gib Gibson
son Gibson Jr. is chairman of the
group.
Miner said the program would
include a musical for the first
time in years. A take-off on Ok Oklahoma,
lahoma, Oklahoma, the skit is titled Tal Tallahassee.
lahassee. Tallahassee.

partmeik Departmeik at th e University Inn.
Introduction will be made by UF
law student Charles E. "ner Jr.
Former State Senator Fred O.
(Bud) Dickinson is scheduled to
speak at Phi Alpha Delta break breakfast
fast breakfast at University Inn. Introduc Introduced
ed Introduced by Florida Supreme Court
Justice Elwyn Thomas, Dickinson
will address an audience antici anticipated
pated anticipated at 250.
Other state notables expected to
attend include State Treasurer J.
Edwin Larson and State Attorney
General Richard Erwin.

ance with the presence of Vice President Lyndon B.
Johnson. With attention focused on the University, a
speech having international significance is a possibil possibility.
ity. possibility.
The Vice President, who will address a gathering
of the Florida Blue Key, has been preceeded here by
such figures as Alben Barkley, John F. Kennedy,
Stuart Symington and Sen. George Smathers.
Centers of attraction for lawmakers and office
seekers will be the Blue Key Banquet and Gator
Growl cci Friday, and the Legal Fraternity Breakfast,
Alumni Reunion and Alumni Barbeque on Saturday.
Saturday afternoon politics will take a back seat
to the Florida-LSU football game.

Last year Gov. Farris Bryant,
governor-elect at the time, was
chief target of the political sa satires.
tires. satires.
The hit of the morning along
national lines featured an in interview
terview interview with JFK in which he an announced
nounced announced his cabinetalmost all
Kennedy kin. The climax came
with the appearance of a myster-

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chair.
Kennedy cried, No, its not
Pope, its Pop. Then Pop prom promised
ised promised him the best administration
money could buy.
Dean Maloney said he hoped
for a turnout equal to la s t
years when the skitg attracted
over 2,500 on-lookers.



Partying Gators To Have A Ball -HC Style

Socially Speaking

Greeks Will Entertain Alumni

By CAROL DULLER
Gator Society Editor
Greek-sponsored cocktail par parties,
ties, parties, barbecues, and special bands
are planned to keep alums happy
and Homecoming a full, full week weekend.
end. weekend.
KAs and their dates will party
after Growl Friday night. Chi Sat Saturday
urday Saturday 1,000 Kappa Alpha alumni
are expected to join the collegia collegiates
tes collegiates for a banquet
the game.
Hillbilly
Back from Florida Field, the
group will dine at the KA man mansion
sion mansion and will party to a hillbil hillbilly
ly hillbilly theme that night. KAs will
have favors of moonshine jugs
for all attending yokels at
the closed party.
The Olympics of Western Mo Movies
vies Movies and Peanut Butter fame
will entertain at the AEPi house
at a party Saturday night.
AEPia will din e together infor informally
mally informally at the house after the game
Saturday. Friday night the J
Notes will play after Growl.
- The Sig Eps will start the
weekend rolling with liquid re refreshment
freshment refreshment and the Madhatters
playing for a casual party on Fri Friday
day Friday after Growl.
First Gehoter
SPEs will attend the game
with their newly acquired Geho Gehoter,
ter, Gehoter, first one on the UF cam campus.
pus. campus. Following dinner Saturday
night the Midnighters will play
tp the theme of a moon party
with casual dress.

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A six-piece band, the Newtones,
will provide entertainment for
Delta Upailon brothers, dates
and guests at Homecoming festi festivities
vities festivities Saturday night.
Following Gator Growl Friday
night DUs and dates will meet
for an informal record hop at the
house.
Pikes Rock
Pikes launch their weekend at
Growl together Friday, returning
from the show for a record par party.
ty. party. At noon Saturday collegiates
and alumni will have lunch at
the house before rttending the
game.
At 5 that evening, Pikes, dates
and alumni will eat barbecue. A
party that night will feature the
music of the J-Rockers.

Cent or Mews
Religious Groups Plan
Lively HC Weekend

By RONNIE SUE GOODMAN
Gator Staff Writer
This weekend the student re religious
ligious religious centers will be celebrat celebrating
ing celebrating Homecoming with picnics,
dinners, and get-togethers. Ap Apparently,
parently, Apparently, the prospect of a big

Phi Gamma Delta will provide
coffee and doughnuts for guests l
and alumni after Growl Friday
night.
Saturday night the Phi Gams
will party with the Carr-Toones,
and yvill welcome all guests and
alums.
Host Alumni
Deltg will host alumni all week weekend.
end. weekend. Coffee and doughnuts will
be served after Growl at the
house to go along with a jazz
combo and candle music.
The Delts and guests will eat
barbecue after the game and will
party casually that night with
Little Jake and the Blenders.
Theta Chis will welcome (alu (alumni)
mni) (alumni) at a reception at the house
Saturday morning. After a buffet

weekend is going to liven things
up at all the centers.
BAPTIST Student Center: The
Center is planning an outing this
Saturday at 3p. m. Earlier in
the day, between 11:30 and 1:30,
there will be a buffet dinner at
the center. Tickets for the din dinner
ner dinner are $1.25. All those interested
should pick up tickets at the Cen Center
ter Center sometime this week.
CATHOLIC Student Center: All
students wishing to ait in the
Center block should report to the
Center at noon Saturday.
EPISCOPAL University Center:
This Sunday at 8 A.M. there will
be Holy Communion, with a
breakfast following it at 8:46. At
9:30 A. M. the Center will hold
a discussion period. At 11:00 A.
M. there will be morning pray prayer
er prayer and Church school. The Cen Center
ter Center is having a supper at six
oclock Sunday evening. There
will be services of the Holy Com Communion
munion Communion at 8:50 A. M. and 5 P.M.
in celebration of All Saints Day
this Wednesday, Nov. 1.
PRESBYTERIAN University
Center: Friday at noon seats will
go on sale in front of the Center
for those wishing to see the par parade
ade parade sitting down.
Bus service will again be avail available
able available this Sunday morning for
those wishing to attend Church.
The usual Sunday night supper
will be served at 5. This time,
however, dessert will be served
at the home of Will Neville, and
will be followed by a discussion
session.

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lunch the group will go to Florida
Field.
Later in the afternoon Theta
Chis will have a cocktail party,
to be followed by an informal
party with the band of Texas
Ray Saturday night.
Ganias Featured
Tepa and dates will dance to
the rhythms of Duke Ganias in
an informal affair that will be
closed except to alumni, mem members
bers members and guests.
Friday night the Lavender and
White will dine together before
motoring to Gator Growl. A re reception
ception reception will follow.
A Saturday brunch honoring
alumni and other dignataries will
run from 11 a. m. until 1 p. m.
Ganias will provide th e strains in
the evening after the game and
a big meal.
Sigma Chis will host alumni
at a cocktail party Saturday
morning. A casual party that
night with the Roadrunners will
be closed.
Friday afternoon the Sigma
Chis will hold open house during
the parade.
Open House
Open house at the Phi Delt
house will be Saturday from 11
until gametime. Actives will vis
it with the alumni from 6:30 to
7:30 that evening and a party
Saturday night will be informal.
At the ATO house the Rovers
will play at a casual party Fri Friday
day Friday night from 11 to 1. Saturday
night another-informal party will
feature Big 'John and the Un Untouchables.
touchables. Untouchables.
GROUP SCOOP

Clubs Meet and Parly
For HC Aclivilies

Club activities for the Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming weekend range from a
barbecue to a reception. Regular
meetings continue.
BLUE KEY: Smoker in the
Florida Gym at 8:30 p. m. Fri Friday.
day. Friday. Judges Reception in the
Florida Union Johnson Lounge
from 3:30 to 5:00 p. m. Friday.
ALUMNI REUNION: Meeting
in the Plaza of the Americas on
Saturday at 8:45 a. m. Program
in the Plaza of the Americas at
9:46 a. m. on Saturday.
ALUMNI LEGISLATIVE BAR BARBECUE
BECUE BARBECUE at Florida Gym on Satur Saturday
day Saturday at 11:00 a. m.

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HC Celebration
The 1961 Homecoming Balf will
wind up festivities Saturday night
in the Hub from 8:30 to' 12:30
with a 15-piece band and a folk folksinger
singer folksinger providing music and en entertainment.
tertainment. entertainment.
The Buccanneers from Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, 15-piece band with' a
vocalist, will provide dancing
music upstairs. Marcello Truzzi,
folksinging University graduate
student, will appear downstairs.
The Homecoming Sweetheart
will be presented to the ball-go ball-goers
ers ball-goers during the evening.
John Flynn, chairman of the
ball committee, said that it is
expected to be as successful as
last years affair, it is for frat fraternity
ernity fraternity men as well as independ independents,"
ents," independents," said Flynn, and we hope
for a large attendance."
Dress will b e semi-formal.
Tickets for the ball, now on
sale at the information booth
across from the Hub, are $2.50
per couple. The Mens Presidents
Council is sponsoring the ball for
the second year.
UK Speaker
Addresses ISO
Anniversary of the founding of
the United Nations was observed
Monday by the International Stu Student
dent Student Organizations with a recep reception
tion reception and a panel discussion at the
Baptist Student Union.
ISO President Miguel Megias
said Byron S. Mollinshead, former
director of Technical Assistance
of UNESCO, spoke to the group on
the various branches of the UN.
The talk was followed by a
panel discussion on the different
cultural conceptions of the UN.
Dr. Ivan Putnam moderated the
discussion.

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CTV CTVVIL
VIL CTVVIL ENGINEERS: Meeting on
Monday at 7:30 p. m. in Building
E & I room 328.
A.P.0.: Meeting in Florida Un Union
ion Union room 208 at 7:00 p. m. on
Monday.
DESERET CLUB: Regular
! meeting Monday from 7:16 to 8:00
p. m in room 220 Florida Union.
FOOTBALL PLAYERS: Meet Meeting
ing Meeting Monday from 1:00 to 2:00 p.
m. in Florida Union.
MORTAR BOARD: Florida
Union room 208 from 6:30 to 7:-
30 p. m. on Monday, meeting.
PHILOSOPHY CLUB: Monday
meeting at 8:30 p. m. room 116
! Florida Union.
UNION BOARD: Meeting in
j Florida Union Oak Room from
14:00 to 5:30 p. m. on Monday.

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Runners-up Sn the annual contest which emphasizes poise, personality, home homemaking
making homemaking skills, and appearance are Mrs. Edwin Cheatham (left) and Mrs. James
L. lias haw.

Mrs. UF Pitked in Varied Tests

The ability to do a scorchless
iponing Job on a mans long longsleeved
sleeved longsleeved white shirtamong other
talents earned Mrs. Ralph W.
Nimmons, Jr. the title Mrs. Uni University
versity University of Florida" last Friday.
Mrs. Nimmons, sponsored by
Corry Village, heads a court in including
cluding including Mrs. Edwin A. Cheatham,
Mrs. Jaimes -L. Bashaw, Mrs. Ni Nicolas
colas Nicolas Dellepiane and Mrs. Rog Roger
er Roger L. Edwards.
Representing UF homemakers
for 1962, Mrs. Nimmons was
selected from 20 young '/iVes
competing in the annual contest
sponsored by University Dames,
an organization composed of
wives of students.
She was crowned by Jacquel Jacqueline
ine Jacqueline Orlando, last years Mrs. Uni University
versity University of Florida.
Mrs. Nimmons was chosen aft-
Corsage Sale
Slated for HC
Football fans will be able to
buy corsages on campus and in
the stadium this Homecoming for
the first time, according to con concessions
cessions concessions manager Alan C. Moore.
The UF Athletic Department
will receive a 20 per cent commis commission
sion commission on flowers sold anywhere
on campus. Proceeds will go for
feeding UF athletes at the train training
ing training table," said Moore.
In the past, vendors of the
chrysanthemum corsages were
not allowed on the campus. An
agreement was made last Monday
between Moore and William A.
Johnson, owner of a local florist,
giving Johnson exclusive rights to
sell corsages on UF grounds.
Johnson said that the 2,000 cor corsages
sages corsages he has ordered will be sold
for $1.50 apiece as in the past.
The arrangement will be per permanent
manent permanent if it works satisfactorily
Saturday.

The Florida Alligator, Friday, October 27, 1961

er participating in three contests
evaluating the poise, personality,
appearance and homemaking
skills of the contestants.
Homemaking talent tests call called
ed called for each contestant to demon demonstrate

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strate demonstrate her ability to iron a mans
shirt, hem fabrics, decorate cook cookies
ies cookies and sandwiches and select the
interior design of a room from
furniture, fabric and color-scheme
sample books.

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Page 6

UF's Big Show Gets Ready
For HC Carnival Weekend

Step right up folks and
see the Greatest Show On
Earth/ We have beauty
queens, a giant parade,
brassy marching bands, live
alligators and tigers and a
cast of over 5,000. Hurra,
hurra, hurra and see the
show. .
What the old-time big top bark barker
er barker might have j?aid applied well,
almost to his circus. Today it
can be applied to the 1961 Univer University
sity University of Florida Homecoming.
When the last dance is danced
Saturday "flight at the Homecom Homecoming
ing Homecoming Ball the work will be nearly
over but not forgotten.
Giant Crew
The 5,000 man Homecoming
crew includes the 26 fraternities
and 13 sororities at the university
and all other groups coordinated
by the Florida Blue Key.
In early May, Bob Ferry was
appointed general chairman for
Homecoming and leaders of the
15 various divisions were select selected

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The Florida Alligator, Friday, October 27, 1961

ed selected by the middle of the summer.
Publicity chairman Gary Pea Peacock
cock Peacock said, By the time school
opened, it was just a matter of
filling the holes.
The success of such an under.
taking the largest all-student
show in the world depends on
an early start and teamwork.
Senator George Smathers, D-
Fla., was contacted at the start
of the summer and, in turn, con contacted
tacted contacted Vice President Lyndon B.
Johnson about appearing for
Homecoming at the U of F.
Johnson tentatively accepted in
July and will join the rostrum of
the annual banquet of Florida
Blue Key. Smathers will introduce
the vice president while former
Florida governor Fuller Warren
will act as toastmaster.
Other Names
Other names included in the
6l HC are Senator Fred O. (Bud)
Dickenson, D-Fla., and' Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville television personality Dick
Stratton.
Dickenson is the chairman of

the governors committee of 100
and will deliver the feature speech
to this years Alumni Reunion.
Sponsored by the Alumni As Association,
sociation, Association, the Reunion is being
given larger effort than in
past seasons with a SIOO schol scholarship
arship scholarship going to the college with
the greatest percentage of rep representation.
resentation. representation.
Stratton will emcee the Friday
night Gator Growl spectacle be before
fore before an expected crowd of 50,000
at Florida Field.
Growl, under plans since sum summer,
mer, summer, is being directed by Wayne
Cobb. Growl will be carried by a
trio of state TV stations this year.
The stations are located in Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, Jacksonville, and Tampa.
Parade
The Homecoming Parade, slated
to get underway 12:45 p.m. Fri Friday,
day, Friday, was well along in the plan planning
ning planning stage when school began.
During the summer, high schools
with superior bands were invited
to perform for the festivities and
traffic routes were discussed with
the city police department.
With the 6l slogan The Ga Gators
tors Gators Appear on the New Fron Frontier
tier Frontier fresh in the minds of the
Greeks, -HC decorations were
started two weeks in advance.
Coach Ray Graves' Gator
football team, the real object of
Homecoming, has been prepar preparing
ing preparing since the opening of spring
practice for the HC game again,
st Louisiana State University.
Nearly 50,000 fans are expected
to bulge the 44,000 capacity sta stadium
dium stadium for the 2 oclock game
Saturday afternoon.
Approximately 60,000 visitors
are expected to pour into Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville this weekend to see the
game, parade, queen, Growl, and
all the trimmings.
With the many months of pre preparation,
paration, preparation, this years Homecom Homecoming
ing Homecoming should be lqng remembered
. . especially by the secretaries.
Why? Theyll be writing thank thankyou
you thankyou letters until Christmas.
Bridge Tournament
Slated Soon At Union
Twenty-five cents will get UF
students a seat in the all-campus
bridge tournament.
The tournament will be held
Nov. 9, in the Florida Union. Stu Students
dents Students will sign up by teams to
vie for the rotating trophy. Win Winners
ners Winners will be eligible to enter the
national intercollegiate bridge
tournament.
National Intercollegiate Bridge
Tournament and American Con Contract
tract Contract Bridge League rules will
be followed. Students are to sign
up in room 315, Florida Union.
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FSU To Get Goalpost--Finally

By SUE ALLEN CAUTHEN
Florida State University fans will re receive
ceive receive a token trophy a section of
Florida Field goalpost when UF Stu Student
dent Student Body Pres., f Bruce Bullock presents
the goodwill trophy during homecom homecoming
ing homecoming in Tallahassee.
Memento Os Tie
The trophy is a section of the Florida
Field goalpost which was torn down
during a melee following a Sept. 30
game between the two schools.
The 18-inch length is mounted on a
mahogany base and has FSU and Flori Florida
da Florida colors painted on opposite ends. The
3-3 game score has been engraved in its
center. If the trophy rotates, successive
scores may encircle the post.
Bullock says the idea of such a trophy
was first suggested to him by Dr. F. W.
Parvin, assistant to President Reitz,

Cify Ready for HC Crowds

BOOM Hits Gainesville

By DAVID AARON
T&e most spectacular popula population
tion population explosion in the state will
occur today.
Some 20,000 alumni and frienda
of the UF will pour into Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville for the annual Homecoming
weekend celebration. This sudden
mushrooming of the citys popu population
lation population by over 50 per cent has a
great impact upon many seg segments
ments segments of the community.
Motels and hotels will be filled
to capacity by visitors who had
the foresight to reserve rooms
months in advance. Others will
be lodged in over 100 Gainesville
homes though the efforts of the
Chamber of Commerce. Many
Homecoming guests will be hous housed
ed housed as far away as Ocala.
Restaurants will also feel the
brunt of the huge influx of peo people.
ple. people. Max Levin, a local restau restaurateur,
rateur, restaurateur, said that most eating
places should at least double their
weekend business.
He described the situation vivid vividly,
ly, vividly, After the ball game boom!
Well have to shut our doors a
dozen times before we close on
Saturday night. They dont stop
coming.
However, Homecoming is not a
financial blessing to all Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville businesses. T. D. Knighit,

chairman of the Merchants Di Division
vision Division of the C of C revealed
that retail sales during Homecom Homecomings
ings Homecomings are only about 60 pe r cent of
normal weekends.
Avoid Crowds
Knight, a department store
manager, said the parade on Fri Friday,
day, Friday, afternoon keeps
outside the stores. He estimated
more local people stay away from
downtown to avoid the crowds
than are offset by new customers
from out of town.
But he said Gainesville mer merchants
chants merchants strongly support the Uni Universitys
versitys Universitys Homecoming weekend
because of the long range bene benefits
fits benefits to the community. Knight
emphasized, The money spent
here by visitors ultimately helps
everybody in Gainesville.
One camera store owner jok jokingly
ingly jokingly lamented that he had only
seen one complete homecoming
parade in six years. Harold Ful Fuller
ler Fuller said that spectators keep him
occupied loading their cameras
with film.
Service stations are kept busy
for the entire week before Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming by students and residents.
Davis said all stations on main
roads from Ocala to High Springs
are favorably affected by the in increased
creased increased traffic.
C of C Spends $4,500
The Gainesville Chamber of
Commerce spends about $4,500 for
Homecoming. Manager Robert
Finkemagel said $l5O is given to
the IPC for the Homecoming
Queens float. Another $250 is do donated
nated donated to Blue Key for trophies.
Entertaining the state legisla legislators
tors legislators is the major project of the
organization. Finkemagel said this
is the first Homecoming that all
of the legislators will be housed
in Gainesville.
The Cos C will have a re reception
ception reception Saturday morning at the
governor, legislators, and other
top officials.
This weekend gives us the op opportunity
portunity opportunity to sell the UF to per-!
sons who affect its future. Fink-i
emagel stated.
Department store manager, 1
Tcpn Spencer, said the Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville merchants are participating
in a citywide decoration program.
The Order of the Eastern Star
(womens division of the Ma Masons)
sons) Masons) is in charge of renting the
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whom he ran into at a local drug store
the day after the game. The trophy was
designed and plans made for a presenta presentation.
tion. presentation.
Strengthen Ties
Bullock says, The significance of this
trophy is that it is the first to be pre presented
sented presented from one student body to another.
Because the two schools have now played
to a tie, we think this is the year to
make such a gesture. We feel that this
gift from Florida may strengthen friend friendshin
shin friendshin between the two schools.
Gary Tullis, Chairman of School Tra Traditions
ditions Traditions Committee, gives credit for work
on this project to subcommittee head,
George Mustakas, who will accompany
Bullock and to -George Swanger who
helped him. Mustakas appeared before
Legislative Council Tuesday night to ask
appropriations approval for expenses.

flags and banners to the stores.
With Homecomings increase
in social and commercial activity
the Alachua General Hospital is
expecting a heavier load of
emergency accident cases, espec especially
ially especially car accidents.
Hospital Set for Worst
M. C. Mustian, hospital admin administrator,
istrator, administrator, said that a disaster
plan will be in effect for the
three day weekend. In the event
of a catastrophe involving many
persons, the personnel on various
hospital staff units would pool
supplies and care for the injur injured.
ed. injured.
For Gainesville police, Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming will mean extra work this
weekend. Before and after Gator
Growl and the football, all per personnel
sonnel personnel will be on duty.
Chief of Police, William D. Joi Joiner,
ner, Joiner, expects heavy traffic and in increased
creased increased thefts of items from cars
to be his major problems. He
suggested that valuables could be
better protected by locking them
in car trunks.
During Gator Growl and the
football game, many cars are
parked on private property. Join Joiner
er Joiner warned that cars will be tow towed
ed towed away if they block driveways
to homes or damage lawns.
He commented on one perennial
Homecoming problem, This ne never
ver never fails. For various reasons,
people forget where they parked,
and report their cars as stolen.

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Creeks fight Time
As All Nighters
Rush Decorations

Take 50 men with a job to do,
add a schedule and a deadline with
setbacks and labor problems, and
what do you get?
A scramble to get fraternity fraternityhouse
house fraternityhouse decorations up in time for
Homecoming at the University of
Florida.
Gators appear on the New
Frontier is the Homecoming
theme but some decorations will
lampoon the LSU Tigers.
Decorations wont be as massive
and complicated this year because
the Inter-Fraternity Council set a
f#C Slows To
A Walk
Homecoming may begin fast
and furious, but from F'riday
evening on it will alow down to
a walk.
The number of pedestrians
and the amount of traffic al always
ways always slow things down at
homecoming. said Lt. Vernon
Holliman of the University Po Police
lice Police Department, and if you
are in a hurry to get some somewhere,
where, somewhere, you will be better off
walking.
Many of the campus police policemen
men policemen will even be walking
while on duty, when it will
avoid having the patrol cars
tied up in traffic.
Holliman said that traffic be before
fore before and after the football game
and at closing time for the girls
donm will be the worst.

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$l5O limit on fraternity decora decorations
tions decorations competing for trophies.
This definitely puts a cramp
m the plans of many of the fra fraternities
ternities fraternities because I know that last
year many houses spent hundreds
dollars on house decorations.
The limit set by the IFT? is too
low and doesnt give us room to
breathe, said Theta Chi house
decoration chairman Ken Fischer.
Man-hours and time spent on
designing the house decoradons
usually runs high with all-night all-nighters
ers all-nighters being called to ready the
decorations for judging.
Judging is usually based on
originality, animation and the way
decorations develop the Homecom Homecoming
ing Homecoming theme.
This year, as in years before,
some fraternities will have the
troops working round the clock
to meet deadlines.
We plan to spend the maxi maximum
mum maximum on decorations, said Sig Ep
house decoration chairman Geary
Reed. So far Id guess thjat
weve spent about 900 man-liout-s
on our decorations. There is talk
that if the present $l5O rule isnt
changed we wont bother to dec decorate
orate decorate the house next year.
Well invest that money in a
name band for a house party or
something along those lines.
Joe Phelan, Pi Kappa Phi, said
that the Pi Kaps werent going to
spend anywhere near the maxi maximum
mum maximum amount, but if we have Jo
stay up all night for two or three
nights to complete the decorations,
well do it.



140-Member Gator Band Is 'Gung-Ho'

When the half-time whistle blows
in Florida Field tomorrow, football
fans will look to the south goalposts
to see the entry of one of Americas
outstanding marching units, their own
Gator Band.
This years edition of the marching
band is composed of 140 members
who are enrolled in all the major
fields of study here at the university,
from agriculture to physical educa education.
tion. education.
Again this year the band features
its sixteen-member majorette corps,
the Gatorettes, the herald trumpets,
and the big bass drum, with the big biggest
gest biggest boom in Dixie.
Acting as a public relations agent
for the University of Florida, the band
represents more than $30,000 invested
in instruments, uniforms, and other
equipment.
'* Richard W. Bowles, director, said
that one of the most impressive as-
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pects of the Gator Band is its spirit.
I believe the spirit of the Gator
Band is second to none, said Bowles.
It is the most gung-ho band Ive
ever seen.
Backed by a rich and colorful his history,
tory, history, the band is seen annually by
more than a million people and has
been featured several times on nation nationwide
wide nationwide television.
Conrad Bauschka, assistant direc director,
tor, director, said that the public does not rea realize
lize realize the vast amount of planning and
preparatory work that goes into a
single half-time pageant.
The formations are conceived by an
artist, and worked out carefully on a
maneuver board before being mimeo mimeographed
graphed mimeographed and distributed to the indi individual
vidual individual members.
Most of the music played is created*
sspecially for a particular show and
may nevfcr be used again.
Bauschka said that a small army
of staff members, student specialists,
copyists, artists, and typists' has
worked for many hours before the
band takes the field for rehearsal.
The average band member spends
approximately 10 hours work rehears rehearsing
ing rehearsing for a six minute show.
Tomorrow, under the direction of
Head Drum Major David Brooker and
Assistant Drum Major Ed Jones, the
band will present their usual gridiron
pageantry with an audience participa participation
tion participation twist which invites handclapping
and vocal aid from the fans in the
stadium.
One of the hardest working groups
in the Gator Band is the majorette
Corps, the Gatorettes.
The sixteen girls which make up
the group dance and twirl to intricate
routines developed for the unit by the
choreographer, Nancy Hickerson of
Apopka, Florida, and her assistant,
Rosalee Finley of Jacksonville.
Between them, the Gatorettes have
amassed 349 medals and trophies for
their twirling skill.
Next week the Gator Band travels
to Atlanta for the Georgia Tech game
and the following week goes to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville for the Georgia game.

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biggest boom in Dixie perform at half-time. The average band
member spends about 10 hours rehearsing for each six minute snow.

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Tlw Florida Alligator, Friday, October 27, 1961

Band Features
'A Show for You'

By 8 ANDIE SWEITZER
Gator Staff Witter
Gators will appear on a new
frontier of music and motion to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow as 45,000 alumni, stu students,
dents, students, and patrons participate in
the biggest football halftime show
in the nation.
The Gator Band with drum
majors, David Brooker and Ed
Jones, and the Gatorettes, Univer University
sity University twirling corps, will be joined
by spectators at the Florida-LSU
game to present A Show For
You.
Highlighting the pre-game show
will be the presentation of the
IMI Homecoming sweetheart and
'her attendants, who have served
as official hostesses for Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming 6l.
Deep In The Heart Os Texas
will inttroduce the audience par participation
ticipation participation portion of halftime festi-

vities. Next will follow "Trumpet
Cha-Cha, an original number by
Gator Band Director, Richard
W. Bowie*. Audience will be
asked to respond at the proper
moment with cha-cha-cha.
As the final number in., the
show, members of the audience
will be invited to sing along at
the band does a drill to "Shine
On, Harvest Moon.
Two sweepstakes trophies will
be presented by Florida Blue
Key, one each to the mens and
women's organizations contribu contributing
ting contributing the most toward theYhiccess
of Homecoming. Judging will be
done on the basis of entries in
the parade, Gator Growl," n d
house decorations. Bob PCfcr y,
chairman of the Homecoming
committee, and Jim Quincyrpre Quincyrpresident
sident Quincyrpresident of Florida Blue
present the awards.

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Volume 54 Number 8

LBJ Appearance 'Rushed'

Vice President To Attend
Growl After FBK Banquet
By DAVID WEST
- Gator News Editor
Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson will make a
whirlwind appearance at the 1961 edition of UF Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming today, arriving at 4:30 p.m. and leaving shortly
after Gator Growl.
Johnson, symbolic of the 1961 Homecoming theme
Gators Appear on the New Frontier, is slated to speak
at the annual Florida Blue Key banquet in Florida Gym Gymnasium
nasium Gymnasium between 4:45 and 7:45 p.m. Topic of his speech
was not known at press time.

After his appearance at the
Banquet he will be ushered to Ga Gator
tor Gator Growl where he will be intro introduced
duced introduced to the expected 50,000 spec spectators.
tators. spectators.
The Texan may even have to fly
out of Gainesville while Growl is
still in progress, Blue Key officials
paid.
No reason was given for the
brief nature of Johnsons appear appearance.
ance. appearance.
Johnsons arrival by air from
Washington will be later than
earlier expected and will not al allow
low allow time for fanfare or official air airport
port airport greetings, according to Bob
Perry, General Homecoming
Chairman.
Perry, who will be Blue Keys
official greeter, expressed regret
that more students will not be able
to greet the Vice President.
The whole plan is being run so
tight that he will be rushed
straight from the airport to the
UF Gym.
Many Trophies
For HC Efforts
Nearly 40 trophies will be
awarded to various organizations
for their participation in the 1961
Homecoming festivities.
There are foffr divisions of com competition
petition competition Orange League frater fraternities,
nities, fraternities, Blue League fraternities,
sororities and a campus league
that includes Flavets, academic
and professional societies*, and
non-Greek social groups.
The three areas of competition
for all divisions are house de decorations,
corations, decorations, floats and Growl skits.
In addition, trophies will be
for the prettiest and
most comical parade floats.
Judges for house decorations
will be: Dean Robert S. Bolles,
Dr. James T. Lendrum. Dr. John
R. Spencer. Dr. Roy C. Craven
Jr., Dr. Charles E. Davis, Mr.
Ralph Sneeringer, Mr. Jack
Moore, Mr. Alvin V. Alsobrook,
Mr. Kenneth A. Christiansen,
and Mr. William E. Elmore.
Float judges are: Senator John
A. Sutton. Ben Leroy, and Terry
Lyle.
Judging on house decorations
will, begin prior to the fireworks
display at the end of Growl.

Leg Council Decides

Free Seminole Gone;
Yearbook Will Now Cost $ 5

By JACK HORAN
Gator Editorial Assistant
Students will now hav e to pay
$5 for their 1962 Seminoles.
The prois>sal was adopted by
the Legislative Council at a spe special
cial special meeting Tuesday night after
an alternative of $3.80 was dis discussed
cussed discussed and rejected.
The $5 change means that the
Bullock Asks
Bus Service
The City Transit Co., which op operates
erates operates the Gainesville city buses,
has been asked by Student Body
President Bruce Bullock to ex extend
tend extend their service between dowm dowmtown
town dowmtown and remote areas of the UF
campus.
In a letter to the company,
Bullock requested that the bus
line run a route down through
the Tolbert, Graham, and Hume
areas, by Jennings Hall, and to
the Health Center.
He said there was such a need
for a bus in these distant locales
to transport students downtown.
Bullock pointed out that a c i t y
bus would not run through the
classroom areas as they were
congested as i*.
Bullock said the bus lines had
been refused a franchise in the
past because of the route it
wanted to follow, but hoped it
would reconsider now and submit
an application to the Board of
Control for a franchise to oper operon
on operon campus.

THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR

Whirlwind Appears on New Frontier

Fair Weather
s
Fair weather is forecast for
the UF Homecoming festivities
which get underway today.
Slightly cooler temperatures
and not more than partly
cloudy skies was*the word from
the weatherman for the 60,000
persons expected for the events.

bertere May Met Play
Wounded Gators Ready to Battle
LSU's Tigers In Mam HC Event

By MIKE GORA
Alligator Sports Editor
Floridas fightin Gator football
team was delt another death blow
Thursday afternoon as word came
from Gator Boss Ray Graves that
spunky little Larry Litoertore, 138
pound quarterback has only a SO SOSO
SO SOSO chance of seeing any action in
Saturdays Homecoming clash
with the powerful Tigers of LSU.
Libertore was reportedly out
of practice for the early part
of the week after bruises sus sustained
tained sustained in the Gator-Vanderbilt
clash last week, but was pre presumedly
sumedly presumedly ready to roll against
LSU.
However a doctor examination
Thursday morning showed that
the little magician had improved
but not enough to be a definate
participant by game time.
The question now becomes can
extra effort, Homecoming spirit
and the will to win off set the rash
o f crippling injuries that leaves
the Gators without the services of
first team left-half Bob Hoover,
second team left half Bruce Starl Starling,
ing, Starling, and possibly safetyman Paul
White along with Libertore.
The answers will be apparent
at 2 p.m. Saturday afternoon, kick kickoff
off kickoff time for the HC classic.
Both teams have lost once to
mutual opponents. LSU fell to
Rice 16-3 while the Gators suc succombed
combed succombed 19-10, despite earning a
win in the statistics department.
Full Os Passes
Fans can look forward to seeing
the air full of Florida passes as

traditionally free yearbook is now
in the past. The total cost of the
publication is $7, of which the
remaining $2 will come from fee
allocations.
Rising production costs and
the theory that the student who
wants the Seminole should pay
for it have forced the legislators
to pass the measure.
In other action, the first read reading
ing reading of the fee allocation organiza organizations
tions organizations budget was approved with
no difficulty. The budget includes
the annual appropriations for dif different
ferent different activities on campus such
as athletics, publications, and Ly Lyceum
ceum Lyceum Council.
A supplementary magazine for
the Alligator, such as in todays
Homecoming edition, is provided
for in the budget.
Also 60 cents per student will
be set aside for one semester to
initiate a publications sinking
fund in order to purchase print printing
ing printing machinery in the future.
A second reading, which will
be given at next weeks meeting,
is necessary for passing the pro proposed
posed proposed budget.
The Council appropriated S4O to
cover the etching and mounting
costs of the goa 1 poet trophy,
a relic of the UF-FSU student
battle on Florida Field. Student
Body President Bruce Bullock
will present the trophy to FSU at
their homecoming Nov. 18.
Recently elected Council mem membens
bens membens were sworn in, altering the
political composition of the body.
Student Party now bolds a three*

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then attend Gator Growl in tha
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of Florida Fiold.

Bobby Dodd takes over the reign
at quarterback for the Gators. The
Tiger ground defense has been as
sticky as cold paper mache, giv giving
ing giving up a total of 18 first downs
and an average of seven points a
game through their first five con contests.
tests. contests.
On .the offensive side of the
ledger the Bengals have averaged
19 points a game.
The Gators will start with
Dodd at quarterback, Lindy In Infante
fante Infante and Ron Stoner at half halfbacks,
backs, halfbacks, and Don Goodman at
fullback.
Dodd, so far this season, has
played well and has completed
some key passes to set up Gator
scores. He is a strong, if not as
deceptive runner as Libertore and
has shown that he can really move
the team.

No Seats Left
For LSU Game
Standing room only at the LSU
game this week end.
Students who have not yet pick picked
ed picked up their tickets are out of
luck, the seats are full.
To get in, students who dont
have tickets must bring their un unpunched
punched unpunched ID cards to gate 13.
The standing room is in the north northeast
east northeast comer of the stadium.
Percy Beard, ip charge of stu student
dent student seating, said there are no
more date tickets available.

"ote edge over rival United on the
Council rolls. As of yet, party
floor leaders and whips have not
yet been selected.

He Led Three Lives

Counterspy To Appear

By LEA BUSSEY
Gator Feature Editor
Herbert Philbrick, whose
life has been portrayed in the
television series "I Led Three
Lives, will visit the UF cam campus
pus campus to deliver a lecture on
the Communist conspiracy in
America.
Philbrick, whose three
lives were citizen, Commu Communist,
nist, Communist, and counterspy for the
FBI, will speak on F re e edom
dom edom Under God, at 8:15 p. m.
Monday in the University Au Auditorium.
ditorium. Auditorium.
He will be speaking under
the auspices of the University
Lecture Series and the Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Freedom Under God Com Committee.
mittee. Committee.
Nine years of Philbricks life
were devoted to detecting Com Communist
munist Communist conspiracies.
The decision to go under underground
ground underground as a Communist while
working as an FBI counterspy
was a difficqjt one for Phil Philbrick
brick Philbrick to make back in 1040.

University of Florida, GainesvilleFriday, October 27, 1961


HC Skit Cleanup
Theatens Show;
But All Cads Well
By JARED LEBOW
Gator Staff Writer
Operation cleanup designed to clean up Gator
Growl threatened to result in having the show clean cleaned
ed cleaned right out of the Homecoming lineup.
It was widely rumored Monday that the Interfrater Interfraterity
ity Interfraterity Council was considering withdrawing from Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming as the result of an administration attempt to re remove
move remove questionable material from the Phi Gamma
Delta fraternity skit. Jim Larche, president of Phi

Infante, who along with Good Goodman
man Goodman make up the remnants of
what was at the start of the sea season
son season the first team backfield, is
the Gators leading scorer with
five TDs and is a powerful run runner
ner runner who knows what to do in the
open field.
Florida Falcon
Stoner, who led the Air Force
Academy in rushing two years
ago, will fill-in behind injured
Hoover and Starling at the other
halfback post. He has been a de defensive
fensive defensive specialist since coming to
UF but his past experience gives
Graves a dependable ball carrier.
At the fullback position the Ga Gators
tors Gators have their leading ground
gainer in senior Goodman. Don is
one of the top five rushers in the
SEC and last week against Vandy
was a major part of the Gator
ground game gaining 101 yards.
Starting for the Gators in the
line are ends Tom Smith and Sam
Holland. Both are excellent on
offense and defense. Smith made
a spectacular catch in last weeks
contest to move the Gators into
scoring position.
At the tackles are team Cap Captain
tain Captain and All-SEC candidate Jim
Beaver weighing in at 226 and
junior Floyd Dean. Dean re returned
turned returned from the injured list to
play a fine game last weekend.
Beaver has been a leader both
on offense and defense for the
Gator frontmen.
At the guards are Wade En Enziminger
ziminger Enziminger and veteran Larry Tra Travis,
vis, Travis, Enziminger has been a con conristant
ristant conristant performer so far this sea season
son season and has given plenty of
umph to what was supposedly the
Gator weakspot. Travis, who was
out most of last year with a
shoulder injury, has come back
strong to be a bulwark in the mid middle
dle middle of the Gator line.
Holding down the center spot
on the offensive unit is Bruce Cul Culpepper,
pepper, Culpepper, shaken up in last weeks
contest Culpepper is ready to go
against the Tigers.
(See OFFENSE, Page 16)

He was a young advertising ex-
ecutive on the threshold of a
promising career.
Physically, the burden of his
HERB PHILBRICK. ..
Speaks here Monday.

Gamma Delta, said that Dean of
Student Affairs Lester Hale first
asked that the skit be changed
Sunday afternoon,
Larche felt that this did not
give his fraternity enough time to
make any changes. The skit had
previously been selected as one of
the finalists for the Growl show.
The IFC and Florida Blue Key
met Monday night to discuss the
Phi Gam skit and the Alpha Ep Epsilon
silon Epsilon Phi sorority skit which had
been selected to appear In Growl
subject to changes.
Larche said at the IFC meet meeting
ing meeting that the Phi Gam skit must
go in Growl without changes or
not at all. He said 'his fraternity
would withdraw from all Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming activities if the skit wa s
removed.
Dean Hale defended his action
by saying, Blue Key pledged
whole-hearted support to the idea
that Growl needed control to
prevent inappropriate skits from
being presented.
Hale said he contacted Larche
Sunday afternoon and told him
certain lines would have to be
re-written. Larch'e replied that
there was not time to make the
changes Hale wanted.
Late Monday afternoon Hale
conferred with President Reitz.
They decided to turn the entire
matter oyer to Blue Key.
Blue Key ruled that the skit
would be presented without any
changes in its content.
Blue Key president Jim Quincy
said, Florida Blue Key feel* that
(See SKITS, Page 12)
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Steam Causes
Tigert Alarm
Reports of a fire in Tigert
Hall early Sunday morning
were qu e n che d when the
smoke was identified as
steam, escaping from a brok broken
en broken pipe in the basement.
An excited woman called the
campus police to report that a
large amount of smoke was es escaping
caping escaping from the rear of the ad administration
ministration administration building.
Two policemen were dispatch dispatched
ed dispatched to the scene but reported
there was steam, but no
smoke.
The extent of the damage is
unknown but the incident caus caused
ed caused a few architecture students
to panic at the sight of a fire firetruck
truck firetruck parked outside of Tigert
Hall in the wee hours of the
morning.

triple role was heavy. After ft.
day at work, Fhilbrick had to
spend long hours at Commu Communist
nist Communist cell meetings, planning,
writing, pamphlets, listening to
endless indoctrination lectures.
When he finally was able to go
home, he spent hours hidden
in an attic room, writing de detailed
tailed detailed reports to the FBI.
Even after he could relinquish
his roles as Communist and
counterspy, following his testi testimony
mony testimony in the trial of the eleven
top U. S. Reds in 1940, it was
some months until he and his
family could settle down to a
new life.
Notes and threats of retalia retaliation
tion retaliation poured in to him and for
several months the entire fam family
ily family was under FBI protection.
Philbrick is today continuing
his fight against communism.
One of his best weapons, in
Ms opinion is the lectures hi
which he can warn Americans
bow to recognize the Commu Communists
nists Communists and detect their infiltration.

DOLORES 'LOLLS I IN REGAL SPLENDOR

In the middle of everything is
Dolores Loll, UF homecoming
sweetheart for 1961. The Queen
and court from left to right are
Judy Lynn Prince, princess; Dolores
Elaine Loll, Queen; and Annette
Baker, princess.
Dolores, crowned at the Univer Universitylnn
sitylnn Universitylnn Thursday afternoon, is an

Trimester Year-Round Operation
Ordered for State Universities

By BILL CURRY
Gator Managing Editor
Floridas four state universities
will go on a trimester system of
year round operation next Sep September.
tember. September.
The Trimester plan was chosen
over the UF-sponsored quarter
system plan at a meeting of the
State Board of Control last Fri Friday
day Friday in Tallahassee.
The Board pledged careful con consideration
sideration consideration to faculty pay and
workload adjustments.
The plan, submitted by the
boards director, Dr. Broward
Culpepper, was approved on a 5-
1 vote. Dr. Ralph Miller of Orlan Orlando
do Orlando cast the lone vote for the UF UFsponsored
sponsored UFsponsored four quarter system.
Dr. J. Wayne Reitz, UF presi president,
dent, president, and Dr. George W. Gore,
president of Florida A k M, ar argued
gued argued for the four-quarter system,
during a two-hour debate.
Support for the trimester sys system
tem system came from Presidents Gor Gordon
don Gordon Blackwell of Florida State
University and Dr. John S. Al Allen
len Allen of the University of South
Florida.
The decision met a legislative
mandate calling for better utili utilization
zation utilization of university facilities by
aiming at even distribution of en enrollment
rollment enrollment over three grading per periods.
iods. periods. Each would be 16 to 16
weeks.
Graduate Sooner
Under the new system a stu student
dent student can graduate in less than
three years by going straight

Borrowing Brings
'Courtesy' Bikes

Courtesy bikes are being studi studied
ed studied fey the Honor s Court to curb
increasing bicycle thefts on cam campus.
pus. campus.
Students who find themselves
late for class are often tempted to
pick up the nearest bike and
leave it at their destination, a
spokesman for the Honor Court
said. Usually the student whose
bicycle has been stolen has to
wait a month or so until it shows
up at the campus police station.
The Honor Court has proposed
that the courtesy" or honor"
bike program be tried again. It
was attempted last summer but
failed. The plan is to take the
repairable unclaimed bikes from
the police station, fix them up,
and paint them an unusual" co color
lor color pattern of orange and blue.
Special Bike Backs
The bikes would then be, placed
in special racks around campus
for students who are late and out
of transportation.
Student Body President Bruce,
Bullock suggested having the
Gainesville Police arrest any one
seen rid i n g the conspicuous
orange and blue bikes off cam campus.
pus. campus. This wound tend to hold down
off campus students riding them
home.
Fraternities Help
Jim Hayburst, Phi Gamma Del Delta,
ta, Delta, is in charge of coordinating
the courtesy-bike" program.

through. Average student work
toads would be: trimester, 15-16
credit hours: special summer ses session,
sion, session, 6.
Provision for training public

Slate Universities May
Build With Tuition Fees

By CAROL BULLER
A proposal from Tallahassee to
pledge student fees to finance con construction
struction construction of university buildings
brought varied reactions from the
UF vice president and Gaines Gainesvilles
villes Gainesvilles legislator.
Governor Bryants proposed
bond Issue is for basic buildings
at the new university at Boca
Raton, new science buildings at
the Universities of Florida, Flor Florida
ida Florida State and South Florida, and
a new architecture and class classroom
room classroom buildings at the UF.
The 315 million issue would be
backed by money to be paid
from future legislative appropria appropriation*
tion* appropriation* to the Florida Development
Commission, which would issue
the bonds and hold title to the
new buildings until the debt was
paid.
Monday Assistant Attorney Gen General
eral General Ralph Odum suggested that

Hayhurst said the Phi Gamma Del Delta,
ta, Delta, Beta Theta Pi, and Pi Kappa
Phi fraternities are cooperating
with man power to put- the bikes
on the road.
About 50 bikes ought to be
ready for use in about a month."
Hayhurst said.
Funds to support the courtesy
bike" program in the future and
put more bikes out are antici anticipated.
pated. anticipated. The source of funds was
not given because the money isnt
confirmed yet.

Alligator Special Issue

] I jnn

Second Section

18-year-old sophomore from Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. The five-foot five Deta
Gamma was sponsored by the John
Marshall Bar Association.
The Queen also holds the title cf
Miss Jacksonville and was runner
up in the Miss Florida contest. Do Dolores
lores Dolores measures (See
Sweetheart, Page 12)

school teachers will be made by
offering two periods of seven to
eight weeks parallel to the reg regular
ular regular summer trimester.
(See MILLER, Page 12)

there are sufficient unpledged
fees to supiv'-t o $25 million rev revenue
enue revenue certificate issue.
UF students now pay sll3 fees
a semester, $11.50 of which goes
to a building fund. Odum said
by using the fees plus other
forms of student fees such as
health fees, It is assured that over
a 20-year period the universi university
ty university system will have S4O million
which can be used to back a rev revenue
enue revenue certificate issue.
Odum said this would not only
meet principle and Interest costs
of a $25 million loan but leave
enough money for building main maintenance.
tenance. maintenance.
15 Million," Bryjuit
Wednesday Bryant said he
thought the program should stay
at sls million.
UF Vice-President Harry M.
Philpott said, We need new
buildings desperately.
The $25 million plan would
mean a new student union build building
ing building sooner. He said the build building
ing building fee has been going toward the
new Student Union building for
a year and a half.
Odum said there is nothing re revolutionary"
volutionary" revolutionary" In pledging students
fees to borrow money for build buildings.
ings. buildings. He said in the past this
method has been used to con construct
struct construct dormitories, stadium addi additions,
tions, additions, demonstration school's, laun laundries
dries laundries and infirmaries.
He called the plan a sensible"
way to meet todays needs to today."
day." today."
State Representative Ralph
Turlington said Wednesday that
UF students may be paying for
new buildings at Boca Raton. ~
(See FEES, Page 12)

Today's special Homecoming
edition of the Alligotor contains
two regular eight-page sections
and a 16-page mogazine supple supplement.
ment. supplement. Present plans call for the
Alligator to begin publishing simi similar
lar similar supplements on q regular
bosis next semester. The Alli Alligator
gator Alligator stoff is grateful for the serv services
ices services of the journalism and art
deportment students and of iC B.
' V.
Meurlott, executive secretory of
the Board of Publications, in pre preparing
paring preparing the supplement.

TIGERS
VS.
CATORS
See Page 1

Page 9



HIE FLORIDA ALUmAZOR

Page 10

The Proving Ground

The Board of Control has reached
its decision on the trimester system
and the UF, along with Floridas
three other state supported universi universities,
ties, universities, will begin operating on a year*
round basis next September.

THE-CHANGE-OVER to trimester
operation will bring many changes to
Need Help?
LAST YEARS incident in which
three football players were placed on
probation for molesting Albert the
Alligator has apparently aroused in interest
terest interest at another state university.
Gator wrestling which at attracted
tracted attracted much attention in state news newspapers
papers newspapers and the Florida Legislature Legislatureis
is Legislatureis now recognized as an extracurricu extracurricular
lar extracurricular activity at Tampas University of
South Florida.
- *
A RECENT issue of the USF cam campus
pus campus newspaper which listed meetings
of student organizations points out
that gator wrestling is held every Sat Saturday
urday Saturday at 5 p.m. at the river. An Another
other Another column of the newspaper asks
for faculty members to apply as ad advisors
visors advisors to student sports clubs. Sure
enough, listed among the sports clubs
is the gator wrestling society.
If no one applies for the advisors
job, maybe the UF should send a
qualified expert to the USF.

-A MASSIVE spectacle awaits the
60,000 "Visitors who are expected for
the UFs 1961 Homecoming festivi festivities.
ties. festivities.
- The scope and size of the Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming preparations is staggering.
The preparations began some seven
months ago when general chairman
Bob Perry began organizing and mak making
ing making plans for the two-day show which
eventually involves the participation
of an estimated 4,000 students.
Homecoming means skits, talent
shows, fireworks, a parade, speeches,
football, political gatherings, bands,
pretty girls and parties.

THf FLAIL
Now It's Time To Examine the Men

BJr JOHN MILLER
Two weeks ago I unburdened
in my usual fashion
concerning that Acquisitive Ap Aphrodite;
hrodite;- Aphrodite; The American Woman.
And severaJ of the men students
stopped me during the week and
said something like: Atta
boy!* or GWve em hell or
My girl wont date me, fat fatmouth!
mouth! fatmouth!
Those who offered congratu congratulations
lations congratulations wrapped around the
stones didnt read the last line,
did they?
All does not ait complaisant
with "the jnen either. You
had to wear juh LIR
short pants or IVIIUI,,B
cold-feet trousers* known as
knickers. Some of you may re remember
member remember the old gambit, Knick Knickers
ers Knickers bring snickers, dear father
of mine.
Yes, we actually thought it
was a sign of manhood to be
permitted to oover our spindly,
hairy shanks with broadcloth or
gabardine and have a care careful
ful careful creaee the length of the leg
instead of elastic puckers at the
knees.
1 ~
* *
NOW IT seems there is no
occasion too august, no compan companion
ion companion sufficiently charming, to
make us wear anything that

THOSE
ijPBWF* -n - ~ 1 M !

Editorials Friday, Octobar 21, 1961

Homecoming 1961

comes lower than three inches
above the knee. Dances, dates,
dinners, receptions, parties .
all get the Bermuda Blitz. And
I pleaded last week for the
women to stop feeling superior.
Why, were Just bringing out
the mother instinct, I suppose.
It also seems that somewhere
in the heyday of the Cagney-
Bog&rt era, it became de rigeur
manhood to semi-articulate ani animalism.
malism. animalism. The arts of courtesy,
conversation, consideration and
clever conviviality were .. not
only lost, but banished.
Instead we value and esteem
other attributes which we pre presume
sume presume endear us to all: studied
unconcern for the wishes and
feelings of the companion weve
chosen to escort, humor that
imwt be marginally vulgar bor bordering
dering bordering on offensive, the ability
to oUt-shout and out-gussle any anyone
one anyone encountered (this takes the
place of knightly Jousts on a
field of honor to uphold ones
virility and manhood), and a
casualness toward any Sincere
emotional stirrings that makes
the most heart-felt compliment
seem a criticism.

I CANT set myself above
anyone else. If I didnt see
these things in myself, I
wouldnt know anything about
them.
And Ill be hanged if Ill date
any of you guys for the sake
of research. But, recognising
these traits in myself and a
few of my friends (former
friends now, I suppose), I can
write about them. If they dont
have personal application, for forget

the University and to its faculty and
students. It will result in an acceler accelerated
ated accelerated educational program in which
students will be expected to do the
same amount of work they now do in
a semester.
Florida is a rapidly growing state
and its public universities have felt
the impact of increased enrollments
and demands upon their facilities. The
prediction of even greater college en enrollments
rollments enrollments in the near future has led
educators across the country to search
for ways to modernize the academic
program.
The extensive junior college system
tried in other states and now being
organized in Florida may be ome
answer. The trimester system may be
another answer. It will result in in increased
creased increased use of university classrooms,
laboratories and other costly teaching
facilities. It will follbw students to
graduate in a shorter time.

FLORIDA is not alone with its
problems of higher education. But
Florida has taken the lead in breaking
with the traditional semester system
and adopting trimesters, which have
been tried at only one other major
institution.
Florida will be the proving ground
of the trimester.
Educators across the country will
watch the operation of the trimester
system with interest. And Florida
could very well prove to be the na nations
tions nations model for year-round academic
programs.

THE ALUMNI return to find that
the campus has again sprouted new
buildings. The students shift their
thoughts and exams to
dates and parties. The police brace
themselves and call out their reserves.
State politicians past, present and
hopeful. gather to hear the vice
president of the United States and to
make important behind-the-scenes de decisions.
cisions. decisions. Carefully prepared skits are
presented for the visitors and for
television viewers in three Florida
cities.

The UF Homecoming is without
parallel in the state of Florida. Its
something to be proud of.

get forget them. If they do, stop cus cussing
sing cussing me and do something about
yourself.
It is in no way unmanly
or sissy to be concerned for
a companion and to take the
trouble to comport yourself ac accordingly.
cordingly. accordingly. in fact, it is rather
enjoyable and rewarding. I
have read letters and columns
from male students complaining
about the lack of extroverted
friendliness and receptivity on
the part of the Florida Coed.
The battle waxed hot in last
springs Alligators, particularly.
*
DOES IT not seem reasonable
that a young lady who may an anticipate
ticipate anticipate no finer consideration
or conduct than she has received
in past performances would be
more than slightly reluctant to
let a new (bad) actor on stage?
(I am not maintaining that coeds
are not unfriendly, heaven
knows! If thou wouldst be my
peach of a girl, remove from
thy countenance the appear appearance
ance appearance of the pit!)
You will note that in last
weeks column, I refrained from
referring to the woman as a fe
male. Here, I have also tried
to refer to our subject as the
mall, rather than the man. It
is th q -ality that makes the
distinction that seems to have
gotten, if not Ibst. at least badly
blurred over.
If not so grotesque, it would
be amusing that the male now
seems to deem it necessary to
assume this facade in order
to build the very image that he
thereby destroys: that of being
a man.

Letters to the Editor
Look for Deeper Meaning

EDITOR:
For those who value skillful
adornment or affectation of ma material
terial material wealth, sophistication and
facades, Mr. Schneiders re review
view review of The Horses Mouth*
has been written.
(Fred Schneider is the Alli Alligator
gator Alligator movie critic.)
One of his objections is the
seedy and sore-looking na nature
ture nature of the setting and charac characters
ters characters of the film.
I assume that he used these
words in a derogatory manner,
apparently because the charac characters
ters characters are not dressed ivy-league
fashion, or even cooly, and are
not hypocritical enough to hide
their true selves from his sensi sensitive
tive sensitive eyes. If he is at all inter interested
ested interested in reality he might notice
that these elements predom predominate.
inate. predominate.
* *
APPARENTLY Mr. Schneider
has perceived only the most su superficial
perficial superficial elements o* the flm.
It contains a multitude of sub subtleties
tleties subtleties and makes many state statements
ments statements over and over about what
it is like to be an honest human
being.
To find it boring, dry, or fall fallen-on-its-face
en-on-its-face fallen-on-its-face would necessitate
being insensitive to and unaware
of what it means to value a
human being for himself and all
that is involved in being human.

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The Flea Vs. The Elephant

EDITOR:
SCOPES incisive essay on eco economic
nomic economic trends by John Grant
merits more than the sophomoric
sallies of a trip of laissez-faire
mystics (Alligator, Oct. 17). The
trios eighteenth century credo
is a mass of undocumented
banalities, long since aban abandoned
doned abandoned by most serious econo economists.
mists. economists.
To camouflage the utter whim whimsy
sy whimsy of their letter, the trio brands
Mr. Grant a reactionary,
bestowing the term liberal up upon
on upon themselves. This bit of se semantic
mantic semantic juggling merely adds to
the sophistry of their argument.
* *
WHY DOESNT our brave trio
challenge Mr. Grant's statement
that 1.6 per cent of the adult
population owns 30 per cent of
the entire wealth of our nation,
80 per cent of the corporate
stock and 90 per cent of the cor corporate
porate corporate bonds?
In 1953, T. Quinn, executive
vice president of General Elec Electric
tric Electric for many years, wrote that
he quit big business to expose
its evils.
On the subject of 58 corpora corporations
tions corporations with total gross assets of
$l5O billions, Mr. Quinn says:
Effective competition against

including the insignificances.
Such are the ridiculous ele elements
ments elements that Alec Guiness always
portrays with excellence. (May
I point out that he was famed
long before Bridge on the Riv River
er River Kwai.)
Mr. Schneider seems to ob object
ject object to the depressing nature of
the film. I am wondering what
elements in films he values.
Pertinence to reality cannot be
one of them, for if he ever both bothered
ered bothered to look at reality he might
find it abysmally depressing.
A MAUDLIN IDEALIST
More Trash
Containers
EDITOR:
The idea of keeping our cam campus
pus campus free from litter is important.
But students cannot possibly be
expected to carry miscellaneous
candy wrappers, milk cartons,
and pieces of paper around with
them all days.
The problem is simply this:
none (or very few) trash baskets
are located on the campus, away
from the main buildings.
I suggest that various baskets
or containers be placed through throughout
out throughout the campus area to foster
the habit of keeping the Univer University
sity University clean.
CHARLES J. HIRSH

these has become virtually im impossible.
possible. impossible.
Cameron Hawley (author of
Executive Suite) recently re remarked:
marked: remarked: Our inability to com compete
pete compete in world markets today is
less a matter of higher labor
costs than it is of . the most
fantastically complicated, gross grossly
ly grossly inefficient and ridiculously
expensive system of corporate
control to be found anywhere on
earth. (LIFE, June 2)
* *
TO CHARGES by Mr. Grant
that corporations foster planned
obsolescence, the sex image and
an archaic patent system, our
trio replies by placing the blame
for corporate short-comings upon
taxes, labor and socialism.
Os this often heard explana explanation,
tion, explanation, J. Paul Getty recently
wrote: Plaints of confiscatory
taxation, excessive labor costs,
and creeping socialism are, to
my way of thinking, sheer non nonsense.
sense. nonsense.
After asking if business dom dominates
inates dominates labor, or vice versa, the
trio concludes (vice versa!) that
the flea overpowers the ele elephant.
phant. elephant.
C. J. EICHMAN

UNDERCURRENT

Hans Christian And arson Rides Again

By JOHN GRANT
Youre too serious, cryptic,
sardonic and pessimistic Mr.
Grant. Why don't you write
something light and colorful for
the proletariat?
After all, it is Homecoming
week and theres no sense dis discussing
cussing discussing atomic warfare, the Ber Berlin
lin Berlin Wall, relations or
the like when we have more
important things at hand
namely, how to direct our bat battered
tered battered army of elevens against
the legions from LSU, the South
China Seas, and the bayous of
Baton Rouge.
With this stinging mandamus
wringing in his flabby ears, John
Grant, mental mortician, plays
Hans Christian Anderson for one
day.
Observe.
Once upon a time, many years
ago, in fact in ..
1935. a man ||jMj
saw the hand- pSPipi^p
writing on the Ip |B|
wall. There |
was in the tea Wx | Hf
leaves a grim I
revelation
war was on
the way.
Now this chap
was no hero by
nature; in fact, GRANT
by his own admission, he was
an outright coward and also
rather nervous about such ques questions
tions questions as death, militarism and
war.
Recognizing this poor indi individuals
viduals individuals limitations, one can un understand
derstand understand why he decided to don
his thinking cap and think his
way out of this tight world situ situation.
ation. situation.
" Thus, Mr. Gage (he had an
impressive historical lineage I
understand), retreated to one
of the best libraries in the
world and poured over maps,

..

the way.

ARTIFACTS

Prof Fired, Academic Freedom Suffers

By NANCY MYKEL
Academic freedom has been
dealt a low blow by the Uni University
versity University of Tampa because of
purse string panic.
University President David
Delo bowed to pressure from
superpatriots and fired Dr.
Thomas P. Hardeman, 36-year 36-yearold
old 36-yearold assistant professor of philos philosophy
ophy philosophy and religion at the Univer University
sity University of Tampa.
Upset when three John Birch Birchers
ers Birchers criticized Hardeman in let letters.
ters. letters. Pres. De Delo
lo Delo was quoted
as saying, We
are conserva- Mill
the line. Thi3
barrassing to %.
the university
right now when
we are start- t|A
ing a cam- RpL
paign to raise MYKEL
funds.
Hardenjan, it seems, made
the error of speaking openly in
favor of the United Nations
and UNESCO, the Supreme
Court, the Democratic Party,
foreign aid, defense expendi expenditures,
tures, expenditures, school desegregation, re repeal
peal repeal of the Connally Amend Amendment,
ment, Amendment, free speech and the Amer-
ican CiVil Liberties Union. In
Tampa.
And Tampa has four John
Birch Society chapters plus
Sumter Lowry, Lowry, a weal wealthy
thy wealthy Tampa businessman, arch archsegregationist
segregationist archsegregationist and retired Na National
tional National Guard general, is listed as
a member of the John Birch So Societys
cietys Societys Committee of Endors Endorsers.
ers. Endorsers. His son-in-law, another
b\g Right man. heads one of the
local Birch chapters.
* *
ONE OF the tetters sent to
Delo was from the Florida
Coalition of Patriotic Societies,
which charged that Hardeman
was following the Communist
Party line of appeasement, co coexistence,
existence, coexistence, and is advocating the
subjection at our constitutional
form at government to a World
Court.
Hardeman, who refused to be
intimidated by the Birchers, did
not keep his mouth shut as
Delo had requested. He attack attacked

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charts, and verbal descriptions
of all the remote areas of the
world.
*
HE KNEW exactly what he
wantednamely a desert island
type existence, you know, beau beautiful
tiful beautiful girls, coconut palms in the
tropical breeze and all that.
It took Mr. Gage about three
years to complete his investiga investigation.
tion. investigation. Finally, in & triumphant
mood, he emerged from the li library
brary library with the treasured infor information.
mation. information. He had found an island
so lush and beautiful that no
man could resist it The natives
Were the perfect combination of
friendly and beautiful. The fish fishing,
ing, fishing, though admittedly primi primitive,
tive, primitive, was ideal.
Gages heart palpitated with
impatience as he flagged a last
goodbye to America the beauti beautiful.
ful. beautiful.
Mr. Gage arrived in his desert
isle in 1939 and found it was
even more beautiful than he had
dreamed. At last, he was safe
in his remote little world
Guadalcanal.
* * |
SOME YEARS later, in fact,
in the year 1961, in the month
of October, another man. this
time in the suburbs of New
York had a similar flash of in insight.
sight. insight. After years of sweating
and fretting over his crystal
ball, he had come to the con conclusion
clusion conclusion that the war was finally
upon us. Now this man was no
coward, but he was no fool
either and so he began digging
out his cellar to make a bomb
rhelter out of it.
More the seer than the car carpenter,
penter, carpenter, he planned an elaborate
fallout defense which wasnt bad
in many respects. With his little
hammer and his big head full
of ideas he set to work. Soon
he had a very nice little re retreat.
treat. retreat. It was almost a perfect
defense against fallout. As fate
would have it, this was not
enough, however.
There was one minor struc structural
tural structural flaw in the building which

GRANT

ed attacked the Birchers and their front
organizations during March,
April and May. June 9 he re received
ceived received a note dismissing him.
With proper conduct he may
continue to receive his teach teaching
ing teaching salary until the expiration
of his contract Aug. 31, 1982.
All this happened just as he hewas
was hewas to come up for tenure, and
after he had been given a sal salary
ary salary raise.
The St. Petersburg Times had
quoted Delo as saying he be believed
lieved believed in academic freedom, but
with qualifications.
However, the University is
in a critical position at the mo moment,
ment, moment, particularly as within the
next month it opens its first
campaign for public financial
support in 10 years.
* *
THE FIRST reason Delo gave
for firing Hardeman was that
his . classroom instruction
has not been of such quality as
the University seeks.
When 100 students signed
statements to the contrary, Delo
changed his reason for firing
the young professor. It was
made on the basis of the func functioning
tioning functioning of the individual within
the university.
A UF graduate student, form formerly
erly formerly at the University of Tampa,
had Hardeman for a professor
and says hes first class.
The Tampa Tribune editorial editorialized
ized editorialized about professors and acad academic
emic academic freedom: He has a con constitutional
stitutional constitutional right to speak his
mind, yes; but he has no con constitutional
stitutional constitutional right to hold a job
at a particular school.
The Washington Post ran an
editorial this month by Lowell
Brandle, St. Petersburg Times
reporter, In which Hardeman
was quoted as saying:
Where reason is not left free
either to hold what are thought
to be erroneous opinions or to
combat them, then already we
have departed from the faith
of our fathers. It is unthinkable
that a faculty of a university
~. should be subjected to the
narrow criteria of these extreme
right-wing organizations.
*
LAST WEEKEND kt a meet meeting
ing meeting of the Florida Philosophical
Association Dr. Hardeman was

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any carpenter might overlook.
He forgot about fallin.
* *
AS A RESULT of this slight
oversight, the apartment house
which he owned fell in on his
fallout shelter and not only de*
molished his masterpiece, but
did the apartment house no little
harm as well. A greasy spoon
next door to the apartment also
collapsed into the cavity the
best laid plans of mice and men
often go astray?
Thank heavens that the but button-pushing
ton-pushing button-pushing military men in
White Sands. Nev., have not
been so inefficient. They have
built a country fair bomb shel shelter
ter shelter out there, something to be
proud of. I have often heard the
complaint that everyone does
not like theirs.
In fact, when you think of it,
if Russia has come to the point
of pushing atomic buttons which
in turn energize reflex systems
in America to push similar but*
tons, then it seems- logical Mat
we owe ourselves bomb protec protection.
tion. protection.
*
BUT THEN, everyone must
build his own bomb shelter and
protect his own life and that of
his familys, for this is private
enterprise and we do not want
big government interference en entering
tering entering into the picture do we?
And then, there is the question
of whether or not such low-lifes
as migrants, laborers and lib*
erals should be allowed to share
the same quarters with the great
white Anglo-Saxon Deities.
Well, theres no sense worrjf worrjfing
ing worrjfing about it anyway as the two
stories above point out. And
then, since Im Hans Christian
Anderson for the day, I may
as well presume that the prob problem
lem problem will be solved without panic
on either side. Who knows, per perhaps
haps perhaps Candide had the right idea
after all?

invited to deliver a paper, which
he entitled Philosophy in Ac Action;
tion; Action; Test Case Tampa. Last
year he delivered a paper in
which he urged philosophers to
come out of their ivory towers
and quit their medieval clap claptrap.
trap. claptrap.
Hardeman is now selling real
estate in Tampa. He has heap
offered teaching positions up
north, but is determined to stay
in his town and fight even,.4&
he said, if I have to drive a
truck.
Tampas act has put a black
mark on Floridas record of
academic freedom,, even though
the University of Tampa Is a
private institution.
True, the UF has had its Da Davidson
vidson Davidson and Havighurst incidents
but the administration managed
to maintain its integrity under
pressure.
(Charley Johns, as acting gov governor,
ernor, governor, insisted that President
Davidson of Louisville Univer University,
sity, University, a candidate for UFs presi presidency.
dency. presidency. sign a statement giving
his segregation views. With
Havighurst, groups began pres pressuring
suring pressuring the Board of Control
when it was learned that the
distinguished professor of edu education
cation education was coming here from
Chicago. It seems he too was a
liberal.)
In both cases the men in ques question
tion question chose to avoid an unpleas unpleasant
ant unpleasant situation by deciding not to
come to Florida.

WITH HARDEMAN its not so
simple. He lives in Florida. And
he says, "I for one could not
live with myself if I did not
stand my ground and fight with
all the vigor of my being against
domination of the academic
community by the Florida Coali Coalition
tion Coalition of Patriotic Societies, the
John Birch Society, the Commu Communist
nist Communist Party or any other group
seeking to purge those who dis disagree.
agree. disagree.
I feel that teaching should
not be the Inost hazardous pro profession
fession profession on earth and that a
teacher should not be made to
move from town to town at the
caprice of the Birch Society or
any other society.
The University of Tampa may
have a bulging purse, but its
got an even bigger black eye.



MANAGING EDITOR'S NOTE

Would You Let Your Own
Dough ter Go to The UF?

By BILL CURRY
DEAR ALUMNI:
Would you let your daughter
go to the University of Florida?
Apparently many of you
wouldnt.
According to
go to a school
that puts on
obscene shows CURRY
like Gator
Growl.
Letters appear to get results
and if they keep up we may
have a better ratio of coeds to
males on campus.
But do we really want your
daughter? At the expense of
a boldness that our University
expresses.
Now, I do not approve of ob obscenity
scenity obscenity as a means of express expressing
ing expressing boldness . We have bet better
ter better ways which we use .
academic achievement and re relative
lative relative academic freedom on
campus.
But are we heading for a
sterilization, not of activities
such as Gator Browl, but of
the climate of the University?
This year behind the scenes
of Homecoming there was a
constant undercurrent of rumor.
Twice the Greeks (who really
put on the big show) threatened
to deliver an ultimatumto pull
out of Homecoming unless they
got their way (first in seating
and then in a hassle over last
minute clean up of Growl skits.)
One could almost sense a false
hope among participants that
there would be no Homecoming.
The televising of Growl, which
was the excuse given for cen censorship,
sorship, censorship, was a convenient means
of exercising the clean-up de demanded
manded demanded in letters from parents.
Homecoming is in for a dras drastic
tic drastic change over the ne:rt few
years. Switch to the trimester
system next fall and increasing
academic toughness will take
their toll.
Reemphasis of Homecoming
into a more serious affair is a
much talked about alternative
to the present extravaganza.
But, be truthful. Would a
mammoth display of UF aca academic
demic academic feats (draw you to your
alma mater?
It all boils down to a mix-up
of images. Gator Growl lends
YOU WERE THERE

Cord Ploying Forbidden
In Hub, Sign Reader Finds

By PAT CALLAN
Was jolted by a sign in the
Hub recently. My first reaction
was to resist it simply because
it seemed to be just another
university regulation.
Positively No Card Playing,
it read.
A couple guys with me com complained
plained complained about it
too. Isnt the
Hub a place for
the students to By: jP||
relax, one
said. We. fjp
agreed.
So for 'five i
days I won- A
de-red why the W A
sign. asked M A
the m a n^/in
charge of/the C ALLAN
Hub to explain.
It seems that Food Service
has enough help so that students
now dont have to wait.
Because of this speedy serv service
ice service students with trays-in-hand
have found that the Hub Hold-
Overs were taking up all the
tables playing cards. This bot bottle-neck
tle-neck bottle-neck got back to Food Serv Service
ice Service and they retaliated with the
signs.
Maybe the same might work
if I put up a sign reading:
Definitely Need Tastier
Food.
* *
Overhead a guy cheerfully
telling someone that he likes
everything. .Gainesville, the
Dean of Men, Food Service,

feerthat ratca/oaT)

itself to what you want to be believe
lieve believe about college life. That it
is still rah, rah, rah.
vWe have other images that
are not put on television.
Ask Dr. J. Wayne Reitz and
he will show you confidential
Statistics and reports which
Show the UF to be tops in many
fields.
Yes, you might reconsider
sending your daughter here.
On the other hand, if you
dont want her to be exposed
to life and work you can al always
ways always send her to Florida* State
College for Women.
* *
DEAR LEGISLATORS and
other honchos:
Did you receive copies of last
year's Florida Alligator contain containing
ing containing stories about University stu students
dents students backing a drive last
spring called Florida Univer Universities
sities Universities Need Dollars (FUND)?
To refresh your memory:
Thousands of students signed a
petition and wrote letters to
you citing the crisis in higher
education to get more funds for
Florida universities for this bi biennium.
ennium. biennium.
I was disappointed to find out
that many of you misinterpret misinterpreted
ed misinterpreted our motives.
I have heard that the recep reception
tion reception to the drive was cool be because
cause because you thought that we the
students were being used by
ihe faculty and administration to
lobby for them.
Did it seem that ludicrous
that we were interested in the
future of our university ....
of our state.
I asked our student body pres president
ident president why student government
had done nothing in this area
this year. He replied that the
administration felt such activity
hurt rather than helped our
chances for favorable appro appropriations.
priations. appropriations.
And we are supposed to be
ACTIVE citizens when we grad graduate
uate graduate and become your elec electors?
tors? electors? ? ?
GATOR GRIN
Orange Peel editor Don Addis
has the best suggestion for a
school flag design Ive heard
yet.
He says he considered en entering
tering entering the following design
idea in campus competition for
a new flag:
Have a drawing of Albert
the alligator lying prostrate with
the motto, Go ahead, tread on
me.

lousy profs, all aspects of the
University, and other non-con non-conformists.
formists. non-conformists. .he plans to graduate
this year.
MEMO TO PLANTS AND
GROUNDS: Could your ex extremely
tremely extremely efficient department re replace
place replace the broken glass in the
Main Librarys front door. It has
been shattered since the begin beginning
ning beginning of the semester.
* *
The University of Florida
Medical Center has made great
strides in the field of medicine.
Many rare and special cases
I throughout the state have been
I brought here for successful
I treatment. ?
I Just the other day someone
I told me that the Medical Center
had two lions in observation for
some kind of bone trouble.
Yeah, but whose bones!
Speaking of two lions, I think
our leader, Bruce Noah Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, has the inside scoop on
some earth-shaking event. May Maybe
be Maybe history is going to repeat it itself.
self. itself.
He has gathered up two gators
(instead of one) and is calling
in his fold.
Scenes Id like to see. The
housing office have a fire drill
at. Broward Hall just when the
mens dorms decide to have a
panty raid.
And Senator George Smathers
stand up at the Florida Blue
Key banquet, and after a long longwinded
winded longwinded introduction, forget the
vice presidents name.

CVoo erALtf sHooLDtfr Bei
(so HARSH Oti THE F&SHMEftO
Cioowe / pick u/)
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UF Joins in Observing Land Grant Centennial

(EDITORS NOTE: The Uni University
versity University of Florida, a land-grant
institution, is* this year joining
in the national observance of
the 100th anniversary of the
passage of the Morrill Act. This
article, written for the FLORI FLORIDA
DA FLORIDA ALUMNUS, explains the
significance of the Act upon the
development of the University
of Florida.)
By DR. JOHN A. HARRISON
Professor of History
Something to enable' the
farmer to raise two blades of
grass instead of one; some something
thing something for every owner of land;
something for all who desire to
own land; something for cheap
scientific education; something
for every man who loves in intelligence
telligence intelligence and not ignor ignorance
ance ignorance
So ended Justin Smith Morrill
of Vermont, on the floor of the
United States House of Represen Representatives
tatives Representatives on April 20th, 1858 and
the something he was pas passionately
sionately passionately advocating was an Act
of Congress which would turn
over to every state in the Union
30,000 acres of land for each
member of Congress from the
state.
These lands were to be sold
and the proceeds from them were
to be applied to the:
Endowment, support and
maintenance of at least one
college in each state where
tile leading object shall be,
without excluding other
branches of scientific and classi classical
cal classical studies, to teach such
branches of learning as are
related to agriculture and the
mechanic arts, as the legisla legislatures
tures legislatures of the states may respec respectively
tively respectively prescribe, in order to
promote the liberal and practi practical
cal practical education of the industrial
cl*' res in the several pursuits
a*df professions of life.
aorrill was one of the voices
of portest against the very limited
opportunities for education in his
day.
A century ago, higher education
in the United States was the do domain
main domain of a handful of colleges and
universities whose main interests
lay in law, medicine and theology,
and whose doors were, in the
main, open to those with money
and of high position.
These schools had no care
for the fact that the livelihood of
the greater, indeed the overwhel overwhelming,
ming, overwhelming, majority, of Americans was

Prof Studies Guidance System of Turtles

By CAROL BARDELLA
Gator Staff Writer
Are turtles stargazers?
The U. S. Navy wants to know
and Dr. Archie Carr, marine
biologist at the UF, is helping
them find out.
Recently a species of reptile
known commonly as the green
turtle has created quite a stir
among biologists and the U. S.
Navy because of their mysterious
guidance sense.
It seems the green turtle is an
adventurous sort who each year
embarks upon many miles of
travel. In fact, one route he often
takes is from his home off the
shores of Brazil to the Ascension
Islands, 1,200 miles across the
Atlantic Ocean.
After much research and obser observation
vation observation Dr. Carr and other biolo bioloogists
ogists bioloogists are in agreement that these
green globe trotters are guiding
their own destination. It has been
mathematically proven they are
not just traveling at random.
These turtles know where they
are going and whats more they
get there.
Enters U. S. Navy and Dr. Carr.
If turtles can do it so can
the U. S. Navy.
For navigational purposes the
Navy has taken great interest in
the journeys of the turtles. They
seem to think the turtles know
something they dont about the
seas and they want to find out
what.
According to Dr. Carr, one of
the possibilities reached by ma marine
rine marine biologists is that the turtles

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stars.
It may sound incredible, Carr
said, but birds do it.
Dr. Carr has devoted six years
to the study of the life and habits
of the green turtle. He is now one
of the recipients of a grant by
the U. S. Navy to try to crack
the secret of the traveling turtles
and see if it can be applied to
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made from farming, the me mechanical
chanical mechanical arts and business; and
there was no provision for train training
ing training young people in these skills.
Nor did they have any interest
in the fact that the United States
and the world was entering an
age of increasingly complex ag agricultural
ricultural agricultural and engineering techni techniques.
ques. techniques.
* *
THE VARIOUS European coun countries
tries countries understood this; and in Eng England,
land, England, France and Germany, pro provisions
visions provisions were being made for the
kind of school Morrill envisioned.
Unless the United States did the
same it could not hope to com compete.
pete. compete.
It was felt that the States should
be enabled to provide adequate
scientific education in agriculture
and engineering to their young
people and to give them, in addi addition,
tion, addition, the kind of liberal education
that would enable them to go
about their business in an in informed
formed informed manner.
By assisting these people of the
states to achieve, by their own
industry, that which was denied
them a practical and liberal
education Morrill was setting
into motion the first system of
free higher education in the
world. The fact that this kind
of school was desperately needed
and that this kind of education
would create a society where
men do not decay, failed to
move President Buchanan, who
vetoed Morrills Act on terms
that seem startlingly familiar to
us today.
That is, such a bill would be a
violation of states rights, it
would establish unfair competi competition
tion competition for existing private schools
and it was unconstitutional since
the Congress was not empowered
to spend money for education.
* *
ODDLY ENOUGH, those reg regions
ions regions which stood to gain the
most by this act were opposed
to itthe West and the South
While the Eastern and North
Central states with the most
existing schools, and the least to
gain, voted for it.
The West was willing to re receive
ceive receive the Federal public lands
within their states; but preferred
to use them for purposes of land
speculation and stock grazing in instead
stead instead of selling them for colleges,
while the South viewed Federal Federally
ly Federally financed institutions as an in invasion
vasion invasion of their rights.
Morrill fought the veto and
lost, reintroduced his bill in 1861:,
saw it pass in 1862, and on July

2nd, 1862 it was signed into law
by Abraham Lincoln.
While the second and success successful
ful successful attempt could be credited
partly to the absence of Southern Southerners
ers Southerners from the Congress during the
Civil War, and partly to the in inclusion
clusion inclusion of provisions for training
reserve military officers, the pas passage
sage passage of the most influential and
far reaching educational act in
history during the terible days of
a civil war, nevertheless was an
enormous act of faith in the
American Republic.
It is the Morrill Act whose cen centennial
tennial centennial the University of Florida
at Gainesville will celebrate in
*.he Spring of 1962, and it is this
act which founded 68 land-grant
colleges and state universities in
the fifty states.
In 1870, the State of Florida
agreed to accept the act.
* *
PROCEEDS from the sale of
90,000 acres of federal land with within
in within the state were applied toward
an agricultural and mechanical
arts school which opened its
doors in 1884 at Lake City.
The school, known then as
Florida Agricultural College, is
the University of Floridas real
beginning, because in 1905, the
state legislature passed the Buck Buckman
man Buckman Act, calling for consolidation
of several state supported edu educational
cational educational units in the state to be
known as the University of Flor Florida
ida Florida
The Lake City school was the
foundation of this merger, and
the proceeds of the original fed federal
eral federal land sale, which has been
invested in eight per cent reve revenue-producing
nue-producing revenue-producing bonds, still bring
dividends which contribute to the
support of the University.
Among the other great univer universities
sities universities founded by the land-grant
Morrill Act are Wisconsin, Cali California,
fornia, California, Clemson, Rutgers, Cornell,
Georgia, Purdue, Ohio State and
Massachusetts Institute of Tech Technology.
nology. Technology. These are representative
of the state colleges and univer universities
sities universities which comprise less than
four per cent of the nations high higher
er higher schools, enroll nearly 20 per
cent of her students, grant al alguide

Turtle Extinction Fear
Results in US Goodwill

In history man has often extin extinguished
guished extinguished a creature important to
his own well-being.
When white men first came to
North America they found mil millions
lions millions of buffalo grazing our plains.
Tu the course of time the buffalo
almost completely disappeared.
When the first white men came
to the Caribbean they found count countless
less countless numbers of green turtles.
These turtles gave 3 or 4 pounds
of meat per animal and were
essential as food to the people.
To the men of the Caribbean the
green turtle was as important as
the buffalo was to the American.
When the turtle went the way of
the buffalo disaster struck the
islands were hungry.
Dr. Archie Carr, UF marine bi biologist,
ologist, biologist, realized this and decided
to do something about it. In 1956
he wrote a book called The Wind Windward
ward Windward Road/ and from this bookj
grew an organization known as
the Brotherhood of the Green
Turtle.
Actually the theme of the Broth Brotherhood
erhood Brotherhood is not turtles, but food. The
people of the Caribbean have long
suffered from a lack of sufficient!
food. The purpose of the Brother Brotherhood
hood Brotherhood is to save the green turtle
from destruction and to redistrib redistribute
ute redistribute it to aU the Caribbean
beaches to increase the supply of
protein for the people.
The Brotherhood now works
from a site in Costa Rica known
as Tortuguero. Tortuguero is the
one remaining nesting grounds of
green turtles, and from here the
eggs are taken, hatched, and put
in the Caribbean. Last year 30,C00
eggs were transplanted.
According to Dr. Carr, the wide widespread
spread widespread distribution of the little
turtles has brought good will and
grateful appreciation for America,
which is seen in the role of bene benefactor
factor benefactor to her neighbors through-

Morrill Act Helped
Development of UF

out the Caribbean. It is a prom promising
ising promising venture in practical inter-
Americanism.
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The Florida Alligator, Friday, October 27, 1961

most half of her doctoral de degrees,
grees, degrees, furnish half the nations
reserve officers and maintain
the largest educational programs
in the world.
Yet, beyond the mere statistics
is the fact that these land-grant
colleges and state universities
are, in state after state, the en engine
gine engine of public life, supplying the
motive power for the advance advancement
ment advancement of the states and opening
opportunities and futures to young
men and women. There is prob probably
ably probably no public institution in the
United States more closely united
to the people of the states or
which more closely shares their
hopes and aspirations.
* *
THE ACHIEVEMENTS of such
a school can best be put into
perspective by one question
Suppose the State of Florida had
r.o university at Gainesville? Then
conjecture the degree of ad advancement
vancement advancement in this state in farm farming,
ing, farming, stock raising, building, en engineering,
gineering, engineering, transportation, and
education of teachers, lawyers,
doctors, pharmacists, account accountants,
ants, accountants, and civil servants. Envision
Florida without the work of the
University and its graduates over
the generations, and if you have
a good imagination, you will not
reed any positive figures on re results.
sults. results.
The ideas behind the institution
come into practical fruition
through the work of these grad graduates.
uates. graduates. The land-grant school of
Morrill approximates, more close closely
ly closely than anything else, the old
American dreams of freedom,
eauality and opportunity.
It has organized whole bodies
of science and developed them
Into curricula; it has created,
literally, new professions, new
businesses and new industries.
It is an institution so conceived
that it faces confidently toward
both the past and the future. In

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Loves of DobuGiUtf, etc.)

THE DATING SEASON
I have recently returned from a tour of 950,000 American coU
leges where I made a survey of undergraduate dating customs
and sold mechanical dogs, and I have tabulated my findings
and I am now prepared to tell you the simple secret of successful'
dating.
The simple secret is simply this: a date Is successful when the
man knows how to treat the girl.
And how does a girl like to be treated? If you want to know,
read and remember these four cardinal rules of dating:
1. A girl likes to be treated with respect. .
When you call for your girl, do not drive up in front of the
sorority house and yell, Hey, fat lady! Get out of your car.
Walk respectfully to the door. Knock respectfully. When you?
girl comes out, tug your forelock and say respectfully, Good
evening, your honor. Then offer her a Marlboro, for what
greater respect can you"show your girl than to offer Marlboro
with its fine flavor and exclusive selectrate filter? It will in indicate
dicate indicate immediately that you respect her taste, respect her dis discernment,
cernment, discernment, respect her intelligence. So, good buddies, before
going out on a date, always remember to buy some Marlboros,
available in soft pack or flip-top box in all 50 of the United
States and also Cleveland.
S. A girl likes a good listener.
Do not monopolize the conversation. Let her talk while you
listen attentively. Make sure, however, that she is not herself
a good listener. I recollect a date I had once with a coed named
Greensleeves Sigafoos, a lovely girl, but unfortunately a listener,
not a talker. I too was a listener so we just sat all night long,
each with his hand cupped over his car, straining to catch a
word, not talking hour after hour until finally a policeman came
by and arrested us both for vagrancy. I did a year and a day.
She got by with a suspended sentence because she was the sole
support of her aged housemother. 4
8. A girl likes to be taken to nice places.
By nice places I do not mean expensive places. A girl does
not demand luxury. All she asks is a place that is pleasant and
gracious. The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, for example. Or
Mount Rushmore. Or the Taj Mahal. Or the Bureau of Weights
and Measures, find places like these to take your girl. In no
circumstances must you take her to an oil-cracking plant.
4. A girl likes a man to be well-informed.
Come prepared with a few interesting facte that you can
casually into the conversation. Like this: Did you know,
Snookiepuss, that when cattle, sheep, camels, goats, antelopes,
and other members of the cud-ehewing family get up, they
ways get up hind legs first? Or this: Are you aware, Hothpey
that corn grows faster at night? Or this: By the way, Loves*,
head, Oslo did not become the capital of Norway tall July Hy
1924.
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before dinner, your date will grow too torpid to eat. Some mew mewsave
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this double stance, it serve* tht
public In the broadest possible
way.
In its research into the world
of nature and its training of men
and women for public careers, it
is constantly working toward the
future. Yet it looks backward
just as constantly, for it knows,
as did Woodrow Wilson that:
The worst possible enemy to
society is the man who. with
a strong faculty for reasoning
and for action, is cut loose in
his standards of judgment from
the past .... universities
which train men to use their
minds without carefully estab establishing
lishing establishing the connection of their
thought with that of the past,
are instruments of social des destruction.
truction. destruction.
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state men and women who know
the probabilities of failure and
success; who can separate the
permanent from the transientr
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they have proved, and the hopes
they possess are prepared to
carry their part in life with an
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Through this balance of funda fundamentals
mentals fundamentals and specialized instruc instruction.
tion. instruction. the university plays a unique
and necessary double role. By
it* care for the past and for the
fundamentals, it is the most con conserving
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Page 12

Hiller, Reitz And Gore Remained
Adamant For Quarter System

(Continued from Page ONE)
Conceding defeat In hi* hid
for a quarter system. Dr. Reitz
assured the board the Univer University
sity University will do everything possi possible
ble possible to make the trimester work.
He-~said that the main consid consideration
eration consideration is not the system but pre preserving
serving preserving and recruiting a qual quality
ity quality faculty. He urged the Board
to preserve the integrity of the
state university system by work working
ing working load adjustment.
Deadline Set
After the meeting Dr. Culpep Culpepper

Trimester Plan Prompts
Wait And See Attitude

The Board of Controls deci decision
sion decision Friday to put state-support state-supported
ed state-supported universities on a trimester
operation has met a wait and
see attitude from officials of the
local chapter of the American As Association
sociation Association of University Professors.
President of the group, Dr.
Vynce Hines said that as long as
working conditions and salary ad adjustments
justments adjustments are fair, the AAUP
will be about as happy with the
trimester as the quarter system,
proposed by the UF.
Hines said the UF faculty was
split about 60-40 for the quarter

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per Culpepper said the board would aim at
a Jan. 1 deadline for decisions on
faculty salary and work period.
Reitz said the new system will
bring an educational speed up.
Students will do the same
amount of work in a trimester as
they currently do in a semester.
The new system is expected
to Increase classes from 50 min minute
ute minute periods to 55 minutes.
Dr. Reitz said during the de debate
bate debate that he does not think the
trimester system will be econo economical.
mical. economical. He said it will be expen expensive

system but that all faculty mem members
bers members were on the same side in
wanting equitable salary and
workload adjustment.
Hines and immediate past pre president
sident president Dr. Frederick Hartmann
attended Fridays meeting in Tal Tallahassee.
lahassee. Tallahassee. Two members of the
Florida State University AAUP
also attended.
On the whole, both delegations
were pleased with the meeting
and pledges by board members
to give careful consideration to
faculty adjustments, Hines said.

sive expensive to maintain year-round pro programs
grams programs with smaller enrollment
for classes and also run a paral parallel
lel parallel program for high school teach teachers
ers teachers during the summer.
Cites Experience
He cited the University of Pitts Pittsburghs
burghs Pittsburghs experience with the tri trimester
mester trimester plan. Reitz said that uni university
versity university has only 28 per cent en enrollment
rollment enrollment for the summer tri trimester.
mester. trimester.
I am very much concerned
with what it would do to faculty
recruitment, he said. There is
no proof that trimester will get
equal distribution.
The state teaching program ap apparently
parently apparently was one of the major
factors in the boards decision.
Dr. Culpepper, read a letter from
the Florida Education Associa Association
tion Association asking that, whichever sys system
tem system was picked, a teaching pro program
gram program be offered form June until
Aug. 10.
The UF sponsored plan would
not have been through until late
August. Dr. Reitz said, however,
that this could be overcome by
giving teachers tests earlier.
Also representing the Univer University
sity University of Florida were Dr. Harry
M. Philpott, vice president, a
delegation of AAUP members,
and Dr. John N. Webb, head
of the UF faculty committee on
year-round operation.
Trimester Will
Work Like This
Final examinations before
Christmas, a spring vacation and
a three and half week vacation
in August are features of the
newly adopted trimester calendar
approved by the Board of Control.
Under the system, effective next
September, registration for the
fall trimester will begin Sept. 5
with a shortened four-day orien orientation
tation orientation period.
Classes will begin Sept. 10 and
end Dec. 14. Examinations will
begin Dec. 15 and end Dec. 21.
Christmas vacation will end
with registration Jan. 8. Classes
for the winter trimester will be begin
gin begin Jan. 7. 3
Examinations for the winter tri trimester
mester trimester will be scheduled from
April 13 to April 18. Students
then will have a six-day spring
vacation before registration April
25.
Classes for the summer trimes trimester
ter trimester are to begin April 2 and end
Aug. 2.
The sun*ner trimester will also
be divided into two seven week
grading periods. The second per period,
iod, period, adopted to coincide with public
school teachers vacations, will
begin June 17 and end Aug. 9.

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G The state Board of Control ordered state sup supported
ported supported universities on a trimester system begin beginning
ning beginning next September.
G Under the system the yeor would be divided into
three trimesters, each containing about the same
amount of class and work as in a present semes semester,
ter, semester,
G Class length will be upped from 50 to 55 minutes.
G Classes will meet in about the same pattern as
befora with more emphasis on Tuesday and Thurs Thursday
day Thursday classes than before.
G Two half trimesters will be offered concurrent
with the summer trimester.
G Possible combinations and average loads (16 per
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Two Trimesters ... 32 hours average
Two Trimesters and
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Three Trimesters', . 48 hour averaga
G Carrying a normal load a student could graduate
in two and two thirds years.

Honor Jury Trial
Set For Nov. 20

By TOM GIBSON
Gator Editorial Ass't
Not guilty was the plea of
two UF students at a recent Hon Honor
or Honor Court hearing.
Not guilty pleas are common
to the Honor Court, but the two
students who gave these will be
the first two tried by an hon honor
or honor system jury. The trial will be
held the first week in November.
The two students are both
charged with cheating last semes semester.
ter. semester. Under the student body con constitution
stitution constitution the students names may
not be published.
The jury for the trial is now
being selected by Honor Court
Clerk Scott Anselmo. Students to
be on the jury have not yet
been informed.
None of the constitutional Re Revisions
visions Revisions recently passed have gohe
into effect yet. The Vice Chancel- j
lors will be elected Monday night
Fees
(Continued from Page ONE)
Turlington said the bulk of the
$23 increase of student fee goes
for general university costs in including
cluding including professors salary in increase.
crease. increase. The state takes in s3.mil s3.million
lion s3.million more from this sll3 increased
fee in a biennium, he said, and
called it a fonm of benefit taxing
students and their parents to go
to school.
The buildings are needed. I
hope they are built. But this
is not the best way, Turlington
said, It will not save money or
avoid taxes.
Turlington said the state needs
to increase its income, not go
further into debt.
Meanwhile, back in Tigert
Hall, Philpott said only that the
need for new buildings is made
evident to Tallahassee and the
legislature provides as it sees fit.
He said the UF is not in a posi position
tion position to judge.
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frc*n among the Justices.
The Committee to Define Hon Honor
or Honor Court Acta is meeting now to
determine what is cheat in g,
stealing, and passing of bad
checks. They will have all acts
defined by the first week in No November
vember November when the first jury trials
take place. Phil Wahalbon is com committee
mittee committee chairman.
Skits
(Continued from Page ONE)
the skit does not reflect vulgarity
or discredit the university in any
manner.
Hale said that his personal at attitude
titude attitude toward the skit still remain remained
ed remained the same, but he would abide
by the Blue Key decision.
Ann Rothenberg of Alpha Epsi Epsilon
lon Epsilon Phi said that her sororities
skit had been changed twice be before
fore before Sunday. That afternoon AE
Phi was asked to remove an en entire
tire entire scene.
Blue Key ruled that only one
line would have to be changed.
Earlier Miss Rothenberg had said
that her sorority was upset but
would make any suggested chan changes
ges changes in the interest of homecom homecoming.
ing. homecoming.
A meeting has been arranged
between Blue Key and adminis administration
tration administration officials to set down rules
for what will be considered good
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bad taste in future homecomings.

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HC Sweetheart
(Continued from Page ONE)
Runner-up Judy Lynn Prince
is also an 18-year-old sophomore.
Judy is from Land OLakes and
is the former Miss Florida East
Coast. She was sponsored by her
sorority, Alpha Chi Omega. The
green-eyed brown haired Judy
measures 36-23-36.
Runner-up Annette Baker, a 20-
year-old junior from St, Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, is the former Miss St. Pet Petersburg
ersburg Petersburg and Orange Bowl Prin Princess.
cess. Princess. Annette is an Alpha Delta
Phi and was sponsored by Alpha
Gamma Rho Fraternity. With
brown hair and eyes, the five-foot
six princess measures 36-23-36.
The UFs three Homecoming
Sweetheart finalistsAnnette Bak Baker,
er, Baker, Dolores Loll, and Judy Lynn
Princevirtually gave their week weekends
ends weekends to Homecoming when they
entered the Sweetheart contest.
The contest was held Oct. 6-7
at the University Inn. Immediate Immediately
ly Immediately after the finalists were an announced
nounced announced they left for an overnight
trip to Silver Springs where they
posed for publicity shots.
The next weekend the girls
went to Miami where they were
guests of the Carillon Hotel, the
Fountainbleau, the Seaquarium,
and the Miami Alumni Associa Association.
tion. Association.
After attending five days of
classes, the Sweetheart trio was
off to Jacksonville for. another pro promotion
motion promotion trip. In Jacksonville, they
made television appearances on
WJXT, and were saluted with an
ape call from radio station
WAPE.
While in Jacksonville the girls
were guests of the Holiday Inn
and attended the Florida Society
and Professional Land Surveyors
convention, and toured the USS
Faragut, a guided missile frigate.
This weekend, the girls will be
in Gainesville, but once agaifl,
they wont have much time of
their own. The trio will attend
all the major events of home homecoming.
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Speedsters Gayle Darville and
Harry Tuggle led Sigma Nu to
their first Orange League trophy
of the year while wins in the
4 J 0-yard relay and shot put cou coupled
pled coupled with strong second and third
places gave Pi Kappa Phi the Blue
League track crown.
The Snakes led by Darville
who won the 220-yard dash with
a time of 25.4 seconds and fin finished
ished finished a close third behind team teammate
mate teammate Tuggle scored 291/2 points
in dethroning the Sigma Chis
as Orange League brack champs.
The Sigma Chis who had taken
the track prize for two consecu consecutive
tive consecutive years could manage no bet better,,
ter,, better,, than a sixth place finish/ 18Ms
points behind the leaders.
Phi Delta Second
Phi Delta Theta, who won the
opening sport on the mural calen calendar,
dar, calendar, water basketball, finished a
close second to the Snakes to re retain
tain retain a slim margin in loop play.
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tween between Pi Lambda Phi Sigma Al Alpha
pha Alpha Epsilon, defending Orange
Loop champs, and Delta Tau
Delta all with 12 points.
In the Blue League a one-man
show by Delta Upsilona Gene
Baker, who won the 100-yard dash
with a time of 10.7 seconds, the
220-yard dash with a time of 23.9
seconds and the broad jump with
a meet-leading jump of 20.5 feet,
was not enough to keep Pi Kappa
Phi from copping its first step
on their way for a try at their
second consecutive Blue League
crown.
Rothchild Takes First
Ron Rothchild was a winner for
the Pi Kaps collecting a first in
the shot put event with a heave
of 42 feet BV2 inches.
The Pi Kaps also won the 440-
yard relay with a time of 48.8
seconds.
Orange and Blue mural action
resumes next week with flag foot football.
ball. football.

Zetas, AEPhi
In Final Match
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Undefeated Zeta Tau Alpha
meets Alpha Epsilon Phi next
week in the finals in the Sorority
Intermaural League.
AEPhls Amazons, who won
the volleyball crown last year
and finished third In file sorat
circuit will have to come from
behind a one game deficit if
they want to take the trophy
again.
The AEPhis have already lost
one game and will have to de defeat
feat defeat the Zetas twice for the
crown.
Other Action
In sorat action this week the
AEPhis defeated Chi Omega and
Kappa Delta; Chi Omega Defeat Defeated
ed Defeated Sigma Kappa; and the Zetas
defeated last years sorori t y
champion Delta Delta Delta.
In the Independent and Off
Campus Womens Leagues this
week, W. Broward, last
years league champions in both
volleyball and overall play, de defeated
feated defeated Reid Hall; Yulee de defeated
feated defeated East Jennings.
South Rawlings won by forfeit
over South East Broward; and
West Jennings forfeited to Cen Central
tral Central Jennings.
The sorority teams will begin
tennis play this week with all
but the two volleyball finalists
taking part in first week
iThe games will be played on the
! courts by Norman Hall.
Clubs Meet
Activity clubs can be a large
segment of recreational enjoy enjoyment
ment enjoyment for the UF student.
In the next few weeks many
clubs, under the sponsorship of
/he Intramural Department, will
be having membership drives.
Among some of the more ac active
tive active clubs that invite newcomers
to their meetings are the Fencing
Club, the newly formed Sailing
Club, the Judo Club along with
many others.
Anyone interested in becoming
a member of any of the several
UF activity clubs may do so by
contacting the Intramural Office
room 229 Florida Gym.

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leyball volleyball play. The sorat girls will wind up this event next week when Alpha Epsi Epsilon
lon Epsilon Phi meets Zeta Tau Alpha in the final round.
The Independent and Off Campus Womens Leagues are also currently involved
in a volleyball tourney.
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Involved in tuning up for Saturday mornings match with Rollins College are
Gator Soccer Clubs Co-Captains Mauricio Flores (left) of El Salvador and Mike
Kessler (right) of West Palm Beach.
The match will be held at 10 oclock Saturday morning on Fleming Field ad adjacent
jacent adjacent to the Florida Field.
Soccer Club Faces Tars

The UF Soccer Club will do its
share in Homecoming as it faces
Rollins College at 10:00 a.m. on
the Fleming Field (just behind
the football stadium).
The Club boasts of a truly
phenomenal record since, its found founding
ing founding in 1953. Playing against most
of the small college teams in the
state, where soccer is the varsity
sport, the club has a 40 win-3 loss loss-2
-2 loss-2 tie record.
Undefeated Last Year
Last season the club won five
and tied two. Included in the wins
was a victory over Jacksonville
University, Florida Inter-collegiate
Champions.
Rollins, another power in the
league, has a 8-0 record right
now. The Tars have defeated Stet Stetson,
son, Stetson, Florida Southern, and Emory.
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Moore of the Physical Education
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in international competition.
In some places, notably South
America, the game is so popular
that over 200,000 people have at attended
tended attended one game. In England,
millions of dollars are bet each
week on the outcome of the local
games.
Soccer is spreading in this coun country
try country now. Many colleges, notably
those in this state, too small to
support a football team, have
formed soccer teams as their fall
sport.
At the present time, Miami,
Jacksonville University, Florida
Southern, Stetson, and Rollins
have soccer as a varsity sport.
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the time is not too distant when
it will be varsity here, also.
This could come about if some
SEC schools would adopt the
sport, but this is not certain.
In addition to the Rollins game,
the Club will meet Jacksonville
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ber November 11 and December 9 in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville and November 18 and
December 2 in Gainesville. This
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FlagFootball
Orange and Blue Intramural teams will kick'off the
1961. flag football tourney Monday October 30.
Sigma Nu, winners of the tourney, for the past two
years along with Sigma Chi and Tau Epsilon Phi look
like top contenders for the Orange crown while Lamb Lambda
da Lambda Chi Alpha, Phi Gamma Delta, and Pi Kappa Phi
appear strong in the Blue.
The Snakes, with tailback Gayle Darville at the helm,
appear to be almost as strong as last years squad, al although
though although they have since lost All Campus star, Tommy
Pflegar.
Tom Tuggle and A1 Lopez Jr. are other standouts for
the Snakos.
Pent Back
Two years ago All Campus quarterback Vinne Pent
led the Sigma Chis into the Orange Leagurfinals only
to lose to the powerful Snakes. Last year Pent, Starred
at quarterback for a semi-pro outfit in South -Florida,,
this year the big man is back and just itching.to get
another shot at the Snakes. 7
Look for the Sigs to be fast and look for Pent to be
one of the best quarterbacks in the league.
Last years runners up TEP is depending on a bevy
of third year men in their hopes of bringing the foot football
ball football trophy back to fraternity row.
The TEPs shotgun offense features tailback Ken
Leavit and quarterback Howie Rosen at quarterback
along with speedsters Andy Kronstadt and Ed Robbin
as the split ends.
Other strong contenders for the football crown include
Phi Delta Theta and Alpha Epsilon Pi.
Both have fine passers and the speed necessary to
win in this fast flying contest.
Blue Leaders
Blue League leaders Phi Gamma Delta will have Gary
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Cagers Prep For Opener

By ROBBRT GREEN
Gator Sports Writer
Despite the fact that almost
everyone on the UF campus is
absorbed in the current football
season, a small, devout gToup of
men are hard at work preparing
for, of all things, basketball.
Basketball Starts Early
Yes, that sport which features
long men in short pants is almost
upon us.-This year, as a matter of
fact, the first basketball game for
the Gators will be before the foot football
ball football season is over.
This quirk in the schedule
comes about when the basketball
team meets Duke on December
1, and the football squad takes
on Miami the following day ip
Gainesville.
Last year, * the Gators led by
rheir new coach Norman Sloan
came from the depths of the con conference
ference conference to have one of their fin finest
est finest seasons in history.
Playing against some of the na nations
tions nations best, the Gators had a 15-11
record and a fourth-place finish
in the Southeastern Conference.
In addition, they won all nine of
their home games.
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Victims Impressive
Among their victims were Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi State, champions of the
SBC, Texas Tech, winners in the
Southwest, and powerful independ independent
ent independent Miami, later to go to the Na National
tional National Invitational Tournament.
The Gators also finished third
in the six-team Gator Bowl Tour Tournament,
nament, Tournament, losing only to champion
Navy in overtime.
Several members of that team
return as Coach Sloan hopes for
an even better year. Lou Mer Merchant,
chant, Merchant, all-SEC guard and team
captain, is the brightest of the
veterans.
Merchant has one of the dead deadliest
liest deadliest jump shots in the South
and is a strong floor leader.
Cliff Luyk, 6-7 center and num number
ber number two rebounder in the SEC,
will also be back* Luyk Is still
developing his potential and
could have a tremendous year.
Carlos Morrison should see
more action this year, as should
Joe Metzger. Both were frequent
starters last season and both had
twenty-point nights during the sea season.
son. season. Either, or both, could rise to
stardom this season.
The team was not without
lasses, however. Team captain
Bob Shiver, a consistent 15-to-20-
point man, and George Jung, the
teams 0-7 center and dependable
rebounder, both graduated.
In addition, Ronnie Poh, a fine
junior guard and floor man, failed
to return to school, as did Paul
Morton and Bob Paterson, two
fine freshman players.
Frosh Contributions
The freshmen did contribute two
players who should be a big help
this year. Eddie Clark, a 6-8 cen center,
ter, center, should give the team more
height and rebounding ability.
Taylor Stokes, who averaged 15
points a game last season, could
break into the starting lineup with
his fine jump shot.
Also expected to play a big part
in Gator plans this year are two
transfer students from junior col college.
lege. college. The two are guard Jim Jar Jarett,
ett, Jarett, who played for Central Flori-

da Junior College, and forward
Tom Barbee of Brevard J. C. in
North Carolina.
The Gators may need all the
help they can get this year for
they won't have the surprise ele element
ment element going for them as they did
In 1960-61. Their schedule also
calls for them to meet some of
the country's finest fives.
In addition to always powerful
Duke, the UF team will go
against Wake Forest, who could
have the number one team in the
nation this year.
Also, the Gators will face Rice
from the Southwest Conference,
plus two games each with FSU
and Miami. They will also take
part in the Gator Bowl Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament again, along with Vander Vanderbilt,
bilt, Vanderbilt, Virginia Tech, and Navy.
The Conference schedule will
have them meeting each team
once plus additional games with
Georgia, Alabama, and Auburn
for a total of 14 SBC games.
Eleven of the 23 games will be at
home with 10 away.
The away games were the Ga Gators
tors Gators biggest problem last year
as they won but three against ten
losses. However, if the team lives
up to its potential, the biggest
problem with Gator basketball
might be getting a seat at 7,000-
seat Florida Gym.

T ransf ers,
Frosh Eye
Nov. 20 Date
Gator basketball fans will get
their first chance to watch the
1961-62 edition of both the varsity
and freshman teams on Novem November
ber November 20.
On this date, in the Florida
Gym, the two squads will meet in
the second annual Varsity-Frosh
game. To add spice to the game,
the three un-playables of the
squad, three transfer students, will
be able to play for the frosh.
Finest Frosh?
The Freshman team has been
called by many, the finest ever
to play at Florida. While this re remains
mains remains to be seen, the team does
seem to have fine potential.
Two former Florida high school
players should see quite a bit of
action in the evening. They are
Stu Marcus of Miami Beach and
Vic Noreiga from Tampa Jeffer Jefferson.
son. Jefferson. Several out-of-state boys will
also get the nod.
Among these are Gary Goldberg
and Bob Hoffman from Chicago,
Rick Tomlinson from West Vir Virginia,
ginia, Virginia, Don Mason from New York,
and Bill Koss from Ohio.
The three transfers could be
the difference in the game. All
are unable to play this season
under the NCAA rules. The
three are Tom Baxley from
Maryland, Brooks Henderson
from New York University, and
Richard Leibowitz from Bran Brandeis.
deis. Brandeis.
Baxley, who played for North
Miami High, should be well known
to UF fans. He led North Miami
to the state basketball title in
1960 and set a Florida Gym record
with 57 points in one game.
Leibowitz averaged 20 points for
Brandeis in his freshman year
while Henderson was known as a
tough defensive player for NYU.
The Varsity will be led by all-
SEC guard Lou Merchant and 6-7
center Cliff Luyk. Hopes are high
for another season like last years
team which had a 15-11 season.
Admission is free to students but
peanut brittle will be sold during
the game with the proceeds going
to the Dollars for Scholars Fund.



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Tall Freshmen Cagers Lite
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Floridas tall and talented fresh freshman
man freshman basketball team has contin continued
ued continued to shine in recent practice,
preparing for the Dollars for
Scholars game with the varsity
November 20. The freshmen have
been going through some rigid
drills with the varsity the past
few weeks, and have continued to
show progress both offensively and
defensively.
Looking up for the Gators has
been 6 8 Robert Hoffman, who
has shown promise at the center
position. Hoffman is a fine re rebounder,
bounder, rebounder, and was voted the out outstanding
standing outstanding player in Chicago last
year.
Another top rebounder Is 6' 5"
Stewart Marcus, who has shown
great promise so far in prac practice.
tice. practice. Marcus is a fine ball re retriever,
triever, retriever, and should be among
the leading freshman rebound rebounders
ers rebounders this year.
Last year Marcus scored over
?0 points a game to become the
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County, to show that he is an
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B-Tearners: Unsung Gator Heroes

By FRAN WARREN
The men behind the scenes pro provide
vide provide the background for the varsi varsity
ty varsity Gator line. These unknowns
or B Squad members have the
task of getting the varsity ready
for each game.
In spite of not getting to play
up on the varsity, the spirit among
the team members of the B
Squad has not been dampened by
not making the big team.
We have an important func function
tion function that most people dont realize.
We are an important part of the
team. The B Squad provides the
offense for the varsity to run
against, said Norm Anderson,
B-squad tackle, from Miami.
There certainly isnt anything
wrong with being on the B-squad.
We are all proud of the unit and
it works together, said Dick
Camiletti, tackle from Steuben Steubenville,
ville, Steubenville, Ohio.
Each B-squad member must
have a good understanding of the
basic offensive patterns, since
they run nothing but offense
against the varsity. The B-squad
wont run any defensive plays
against the varsity Gators.
You learn a lot just running
offense. I'm on the B-squad be because
cause because of a transfer ineligibility and
I think this one year has taught
me a lot of things that would have
had to be learned through mis mistakes,
takes, mistakes, otherwise, said transfer
guard s Jack Katz.
Seriousness is usually the key keynote
note keynote for the B team, but humor
will break in when the going gets
a little rough.
For those members who sit

candidate for a starting forward
bferth.
Scorer Koss
Bill Koss averaged 20 points a
game at Manlius Prep in Ohio last
year, and is another top forward
candidate. Koss is 6 8 tall, and
is a fine rebounder.
Richard Tomlinson is one of the
most versatile athletes participat participating
ing participating in sports this year at Florida.
The 6 5 whiz played high school
football well enough to be named
to the high school All-American
team, and received 65 college
offers for his basketball ability.
Tomlinson plays either a forward
or guard position.
Gary Goldberg is one of the
top offensive threats found
among the freshman team can candidates
didates candidates this year. The 6 3
guard averaged 26 points per
game last year while playing for
Von Steuben High, a fact which
won him state-wide recognition.
Goldberg is one of the top pros prospects
pects prospects for a starting guard posi position,
tion, position, and should be listed high
among the offensive leaders.
Don Mason comes from New
York where he was recognized as

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Norm Anderson, top left, Rod Albaugh top
right, Gerald Odom, lower left; and Dick Gamil Gamilletti,
letti, Gamilletti, lower right; are members of the B* squad
which each week adopts a new guise to help the
Gators prep for their coming game.
All is not hard work however, says Odom, the
serious one of the group.

the outstanding playmaker in the
New York metropolitan area.
Mason is 5 10 tall, and should al also
so also be rated as one of the prime
candidates for a starting guard
position.
Several red shirts have been
working out with the varsity and
freshmen, among which is found
the top scorer in Florida two years
ago, Tom Baxley. Baxley scored
an amazing average of 32 points
per game while playing for North
Miami, and should be a top guard
prospect next year.
Best In South
And possibly the best basketball
player in the south is Brooks Hen Henderson,
derson, Henderson, the slim 6-3 transfer from
NYU. Henderson averaged 19.6
points-per-game for the Violets
and was a scheduled starter for
them this fall.
He was a former prep standout
at Coral Gables High School and
along with Baxley, could give the
Gators the finest backcourt duo in
America next year.
Richard Leibowitz averaged 21
points per game for the Brandeis
freshmen last year, and will be
a top forward candidate next year.
Leibowitz is 6 5 tall, and one of
the best rebounders among all
basketball candidates.
All in all, things' are looking up
for the freshman basketball team,
which should prove to thrill quite
a few spectators during the bas basketball
ketball- basketball campaign of 1961-62.

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some of the plays out, the team
has devised a time-occupying hob hobb>
b> hobb> of becoming agile in knee- j
switching. Some of the members j
have even become proficient in i
switching knees, and can go from
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cause because it isnt. We have to learn
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all the teams that Florida comes
against and that can add up to a
lot of plays to learn, remarked
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of impersonating the quarterbacks
of the other teams.
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that the B-squad is made up of
those guys not good enough for
the varsity and this just isnt
true, said Pete Smith. B-squad
tackle. lts made up of the play players
ers players who are injured and the in injury
jury injury would prohibit them from
running full speed, or players who
are ineligible for the varsity, by
grades or by transfer.
Wayne Macleroy and Gerold
Odom,, both felt that the most im important
portant important function of the B-squad
was to get the varsity ready, for
the next game.
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lf we should fall down and not
do our best then the Gators wont.
play at their best, said Macleroy.
Odom felt the time spent on the,,.
B-squad gave most of the team the
seasoning they needed to move,
up to the varsity.
Whether they play varsity or
not, the members of the Florida
Gator B-squad are the unsung he heroes
roes heroes behind the Gator eleven.



THI SPORTS HUB
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Gator Chances
Goto
By MIKE GORA
Alligator Sports Editor
If it is passible for the blearly eyed alum and student
to look through his road mapped eyes into the bright
sunlit football spectrums Saturday afternoon they might
realize that although the day might be a bright one it
could have been much brighter for Coach Ray Graves
and his staff had several unforseeable occurrences since
last December's victorious Gator Bowl triumph had re remained
mained remained unseen.
AT THE CLOSE OF LAST SEASON it was generally
accepted that the Gators had played a season of exciting
football and that prospects looked good for next year
though a tough away schedule faced Graves in his
sophomore year.
THEN DISASTER STRUCK in the form of a couple
of-. hatchet men in Dick Skelly, Billy Cash, and Bob
Hoover. After the smoke had cleared the Gators were
missing one of the most promising backs in the SEC in
Dick Skelly, and their mascotwas supposedly without
a tail. The latter for the information of alums and Clure
Mosher is not a fact.
Then again the ax fell knifing Gerald Odom, Frank
Lasky, Willie Lager, Jim Morgan, George Reinhart
among others because of poor grades.
Then as practice had started for the Gators first string
guard Jack Thompson was sidelined with a leg injury,
first string tackle Floyd Dean was then smitten in the
opening game with Clemson and missed both the FSU
and Tulane clashes.
IT MIGHT HAVE SEEMED to most people that the
Gators had had about their full measure of woes but the
fates were not with us.
Once again the Skelly-Hoover combo teamed up for
disaster. This time it wasnt their fault as the Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday before the Vandy game they were victimized in a
caf-motorcycle accident. Where was Cash? Popular
opinion leads to the conclusion that it is hard to ride
three on a cycle.
THIS LEFT THE GATORS HALF-BACK SHY but
more was yet to come as Bruce Starling was lost for
Homecoming with a knee injury sustained in last weeks
Vandy contest. Couple this with the fact the Larry the
spark Libertore is a doubtful starter and youve got more
than one reason to cry.
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Georgia Bulldogs once said, Frances Tarkenton was
bothered with a slight asthma attack last night and
didnt get much sleep.
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Right Mixture
Beats Vandy 7-0
By ROBERT GREEN
Gator Sports Writer
A stout defense and just enough offense #ere the
prime ingredients in the Gators uphill 7-0 win over
Vanderbilt last weekend in Nashville.

The lone score of the game came
in the second period when Larry
Libertore passed aight yards to
Lindy Infante in the end sone. It
was the fifth touchdown of the sea season
son season for the speedy halfback.
The score came after a spectac spectacular
ular spectacular double handoff-pass had put
the ball on the Commodore 10-yard
line. With the ball on the Vandy
4, Libertore handed off to In Infante
fante Infante who ran toward the line and
then returned to give the ball back
to Libertore.
Leaping Catch
The 138-pound quarterback then
passed to end Tom Smith who
made a leaping catch between
three Vandy defenders to set up
the score.
The TD ended a frustrated half
so the Gators who had marched
down the field twice before with without
out without scoring.
The first drive came after a
Vandy fumble on the opening
moments of the game, played In
chilly weather before only 18,-
000 fans. With the ball on the
Vandy 48, the Gators went down
to the 24 before Libertore
missed a pass on fourth down.
The Gators came back on the
running of Don Goodman. The
hard driving fullback ripped
through the middle of the Vandy
line for 101 yards in 19 carries and
almost single-handedly moved the
Gators from their own 26 to the
Vandy 28.
The drive stalled on the eight eightyard
yard eightyard line and Billy Cash attempt attempted
ed attempted a 15-yard field goal which was
wide.
After the Gators had scored,
f hev spent most of the rest of the
game preventing Vanderbilt from
tying the game. The first offensive
thrust came after the kickoff and
carried to the UF 13-yard line
before Bruce Culpepper intercept intercepted
ed intercepted a pass.
Poor Kicks
In the second half, poor UF
kicks gave Vandy several oppor opportunities,
tunities, opportunities, but each time the Gator
defense rose to the task and halt halted
ed halted the drives.
A lUyard kick by Don Ringgold
gave the Commodores the ball at
their 48 early in the second half,
but they promptly fumbled it back
on the Gator 40.
Another Vandy drive was
stopped when tackle Floyd Dean,
m his first game in a month,
threw Vandy quarterback Hank
Lesesne for an 11-yard loss. Dean,
along with guatds Jack Thomp Thompson
son Thompson and Bob Hosack, and center
Culpepper were the defensive
standouts of the game.
Ringgold also made a key play
when he recovered a bad snap
on the UF 10 attempting to punt.
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Ringgold was able to punt ont to
the Gator 46-yard line and pre prevent
vent prevent a possible catastrophe.
Vanderbilt had one last chance
when Goodman fumbled at the
Gator 37. However, the Gators
held and took over to run the
clock out. s
This was the second tJF victory
without a loss in SEX? play and
gave Florida a 3-1-1 season record.

Wide Awake Gators
Don't Use ", Sleeper"

Backfield coach Pepper Rodgers, considered the
author of the controversial sleeper play used against
Tulane, is the first to deem the name a misnomer.

W&MSm .. HA
PEPPER ROGERS
. . Gator Coach
How The Gators
Got Their Name
Where did Gators' come
from?
The traditional nickname of the
UF football team is th e Gators
but not many know where it
came from.
The nickname Alligator was
originated by Austin Miller, a
Jacksonville lawyer, 54 years ago
in the fall of 1907. Florida had
fielded its first football squad
one year previous in 1906.
U of.F Virginia
Miller, a native of Gainesville,
was attending the University of
Virginia at the time. His father,
Phillip Miller, who owned a com combination
bination combination drug artd station er y
store in Gainesville, was visiting
him.
While visiting his son, Miller
Sr. decided to order some
school pennants from the
Mitchie Co. in Qiarlottesville.
The Millers went to the Mitchie
Co. with their request and were
shown several samples of em emblems
blems emblems from other universities.
Upon questioning from the
Mitchie sales representative the
two MUlers realized that the UF
didnt have an emblem.
Young Miller suddenly sug suggested
gested suggested Alligators. He said
that it occurred to him because
no other school had it as an em emblem.
blem. emblem. and the alligator was na native
tive native to Florida.
Something New
The Mitchie sale. c iman said
that he had never seen an alli alligator
gator alligator before, and didnt know if
he could design one or not.
After an extensive search,
Miller found a good picture of
a Gator in the University of Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia library. He gave the pic picture
ture picture to Mitchie, and instructed
him to begin the pennant at
once.
The pennants were reatty by
the opening of the school term
in 1908.
It was in old MiUers store
that the pennants first appeared.
They were large blue banners
(6 ft. by 3 ft.) showing orange
alligators.
. Thus, the Fighting Gators
got their name.

Don Goodman . Gator man of the hour last wcca
against Vanderbilt as the Senior from Miami racked
up 101 total yards to take team offense leadership
from Larry Libertore.

In his words, First of all, this
wasnt a real sleeper, but -a flank flanker
er flanker play. We caught the Tulane
gridders coming out of their de defensive
fensive defensive huddle rather slowly and
took advantage of it.
Speaking of a real sleeper
play, he said that, Before the
rules were changed and there
was still free substitution, a
team could have three players
run onto the field and four would
depart. But, instead of all four
going to the bench, one player
would hesitate until the ball was
in play and then go downfield
for a pass.
Rodgers explains that no chi chicanery
canery chicanery was involved as the game
officials were notified at halftime
that the Gators were going to try
the play.
Play Questionable?
The play in question is the 44-
yard touchdown pass from quar quarterback
terback quarterback Bobby Dodd Jr., to full fullback
back fullback Jim ODonnell early in the
fourth quarter. This was the
clincher in the Gators 14-3 tri triumph
umph triumph over Tulane.
Rodgers, disclaiming credit
for the play, tells how the Ga Gators
tors Gators set it up. We ran a play
to the right side, with the left
end Sam Holland running
far downfield. He came back to
the huddle late, yelled for O-
Connell to go out, and we lined
up for another play.
Then, as ODonnell angled for
the sidelines, the Tulane defense
didnt really see him. As the ball
was snapped from center, he cut
sharply downfield and was all
alone as Dodd threw the pass.
New Twists Due
.
At this point Rodgers relaxed,
slumped back against the couch,
and stared dreamily at the ceil ceiling.
ing. ceiling. In response to future games
and any similar surprises, he add addeu
eu addeu that The Gators will be com coming
ing coming up with a few new twists for
every game.
But, remember, weve pulled
lot of plays that havent
worked, he added.
True, but Gator fans tend to
remember only the successful
ones.
. Pepper Rodgers gained his foot football
ball football knowledge while playing for
Bobby Dodds (Sr.); 1961-52-53
Georgia Tech teams. Ray Graves
wat, Dodds assistant at Tech. And
fdolball buffs will remember
Rodgers memorable play in the
Sugar Bowl, New Years Day,
1954.
As Techs star quarterback,
Rodgers completed 17 of 25 passes
three for touchdownskicked a
Leld goal and three extra points
ro lead the Ramblin Wreck to a
12*19 shellacking over West Vir Virginia.
ginia. Virginia. For his efforts, Rodgers
received the Most Valuable Play Player
er Player award in the game.

At this point Rodgers relaxed,
slumped back against the couch,
and stared dreamily at the ceil ceiling.
ing. ceiling. In response to future games
and any similar surprises, he add addeu
eu addeu that The Gators will be com coming
ing coming up with a few new twists for
every game.

Florida Field
Long History
When the Fightin Gators
take the field, they will continue
a 55-year history that began in
a pasture in 1906.
Early Gator fans and specta spectators
tors spectators had no modem concrete sta stadium
dium stadium to view the games from.
They either parked their cars
around Floridas open air field or
stood along the Bidelines to watch
the Gators in action. The fans
followed the progress of the ball
by walking up and down the field.
In 1923 Florida football moved
to Perry field, the present base baseball
ball baseball diamond. As the Gators pro produced
duced produced repeatedly fine teams the
number of Florida fans continu continued
ed continued to grow.
Capacity 1,800
Bleachers were constructed on
Perry Field to accommodate the
fans. By the end of the 1928 foot football
ball football season Floridas football field
had a seating capacity of about
1,800.
The basic structure of present
day Florida Field was begun in
1930. The first opponent to face
the Gators on Florida Field was
Alabama. (The game was the
occasion of the first UF home homecoming).
coming). homecoming). At the time Alabama
was rated one of the nations top
teams, and the Crimson Tide?
showed why, defeating Florida
20-0.
Today
There were no major additions
made to the Florida Field sta stadium
dium stadium until 1952. In that year the
west stands were expanded to
reach the stadiums present seat seating
ing seating capacity of 46,000. The ultra ultramodern
modern ultramodern press box, office and
class rooms in the interior of the
stadium were completed at the
same time.

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Frosh Edge Miami 14-8
To Tie Charity Series
The Florida freshmen football team picked up its
second straight victory of the year by defeating the
Miami freshman squad, 14-8, last Friday night. There
were 10,682 spectators on hand for the fourth annual
Kiwanis game, which saw Florida tie the series at two
games apiece.

Florida scored first by recov recovering
ering recovering a Miami fumble on the
Hurricane 18 and covering the
18 yards on S plays. Quarter Quarterback
back Quarterback Tom Shannon scored the
initial touchdown of the game
on a 10-yard end run and James
Hall added the extra point to
give Florida a 7-0 lead with 12
minutes remaining in the first
half.
The rest of the first half, and
the third quarter proved to be a
defensive struggle, until Gator end
Gary Lanier raced 51 yards with
an intercepted Hurricane pass for
Floridas second touchdown, to ice
the game with 13 minutes left.
James Hall kicked his second
straight extra point to pad Flori Floridas
das Floridas lead to 14-0.
The Hurricanes took the ensuing
kickoff and drove 75 yards to

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score their only touchdown of the
night. The final yard of the drive
was gained by John Wilbur on an
off tackle drive to give Miami its
lone six pointer of the contest.
Quarterback Ron Bertani then
passed to end Frank Felicione for
the two point conversion to end
the nights scoring.
Florida played its usual strong
defensive game, which caused
three Hurricane fumbles, and
three intercepted passes. Lead Leading
ing Leading the defense were linebacker
Miax Billnski, tackles Denny
Murphy and John Thompson,
and guards Jerry Davis and Bill
Rlchbough.
This victory gives Florida a
chance for its second undefeated
freshman football team In the last
three years.

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SEC Round Up
'Bama Leads Loop Play
'Ole Miss Nation's Second

Pour teams atill remain unde undefeated
feated undefeated in SEC play as the confer,
once season passed the mid-way
mark last weekend, while two
others have yet to register a win.
Alabama leads the pack with a
4-0 SEC mark, followed by LSU,
Mississippi, and the Gators, all
with 2 wins apiece. Georgia Tech
is next with a 1-1 mark with Ken.
tucky, Auburn, Vanderbilt, Geor Georgia
gia Georgia and Tennessee just behind at
1-2.
Mississippi State with no wins
and two losses and Tulane with
no wins and three losses bring
up the rear.
Top Game Here
Several games this weekend
could go a long way to determine
who will wear the conference
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crown on December 2. Top loop
game of the week will be in
Gainesville where the LSU Tigers
will meet the Gators. A complete
game story is elsewhere in the
paper.
Mississippi could have their
hands full when the Rebels host
Vanderbilt in Oxford. The Com Commodores
modores Commodores gave the Gators a great
fight before losing last weekend,
and in Hank Lesesne they have
a potential for an upset.
Georgia Tech, after three
tough foes h| a row, should have
an easier time of it in New Or Orleans
leans Orleans against Tulane. However,
the Green Wave is hungry for a
win and it's Homecoming there,
too, so Tech could run into an
inspired eleven.
In non-conference games, Ala Alabama
bama Alabama takes its high powered of offense
fense offense west to meet Houston in
Texas. The Crimson Tide should
improve their national number
five ranking after their big win.
Auburn takes on the tough Clem Clemson
son Clemson Tigers in Auburn, Mississippi
State faces Memphis State in
Memphis, and Tennessee gives
Chattanooga its annual defeat
from the Volunteers. In 31 games,
Tennessee has won 28, lost 1, and
tied two.
S
Surprising Weekend
The conference schedule had
six games last weekend, with
some surprising results. The big
shock of the day was Alabamas
34-3 rout of Tennessee. The win
was expected, but the margin of
victory wasnt as the Tide was a
slim favorite over their ancient
rivals.
Tennessee made a good start
as George Shuford kicked a 53
yard field goal, but Alabama took
the kickoff and drove to the win winning
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hind behind quarterback Pat Trammell.
He completed 13 of 19 passes for
156 yards and scored a touch touchdown.
down. touchdown.
Georgia Tech edged Auburn,
7-6, in a rugged defensive bat battle
tle battle in Atlanta. Auburn scored in
the final period and gambled on
getting two extra points, but
failed. The loss was the second
for the Tigers,, all but elimin eliminating
ating eliminating them from SEC title con contention.
tention. contention.
Kentuck put a scare into LSU
before bowing, 24-14, in the Tigers
Homecoming game. Quarterback
Jerry Woolum had completed 11
of 14 passes for 185 yards in the
first half, but was stopped in the
second half. One of the passes was
to end Tom Hutchinson on a 77
yard scoring play.
Fourth Win For LSU
After the Wildcats had come
from behind, Wendall Harris kick kicked
ed kicked a 25 yard field goal to put the
Tigers ahead, 17-14 at intermis intermission.
sion. intermission. LSU added another TD to
cement their fourth win in a row.
Mississippi put on an awesome
display of power as the Rebels
crushed Tulane, 41-0. Four of the
scores came after fumble recov recoveries.
eries. recoveries. The game was the twentieth
in a row for Ole Miss without
a loss.
Georgia scored in the fourth
period in Atlanta to edge Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi State, 10-7, in another
defensive contest. A field goal
by Durward Pennington was the
margin of victory. Pennington
also kicked his 18th consecu consecutive
tive consecutive point after touchdown, an
SEC record.
In the other game of the even evenng,
ng, evenng, the Gators got by Vander Vanderbilt,
bilt, Vanderbilt, 7-0, in Nashville to remain
undefeated in conference play.
Larry Libertores pass to Lindy
Infante for the score came after
a spectacular catch by Tom Smith
put the ball on the Vandy 10
yard line.

Offense Marks Tiger's Play

(Continued from Page ONE)
The Bengals that will appear on
the new frontier Saturday after afternoon
noon afternoon could be more explosive of offensive
fensive offensive unit than the Cannonized
group of the SB and 59 cam campaigns.
paigns. campaigns. |.\
Wendall Harris starting at one
half-back slot has been a hard
runner and blocker during this,
his third season of varsity ball,
could not be called the replace replacement
ment replacement of BiUy Cannon. However
the 190 pound senior is in his third
year as place kicking specialists
for the Bengals and leads the
club in total points with two touch touchdowns,
downs, touchdowns, three field goals and 12
extra points for a total of 33 mark markers.
ers. markers.
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much talked about deceptive type!

Forecaster Picks LSU
In Homecoming Fray
PROGNOS T GATOR
W L T Pet.
Gora 31 13 2 .734
Buchalter 29 15 2 .652

By MIKE GORA
Alligator Sports Editor
LSU over Florida . Lets
hope Im wrong with this break
with tradition. The Tigers are
three deep whilst the Gators, due
to injuries, are just about able to
call someone a second team right
half.
FSU over VPI ... The Semi Seminoles
noles Seminoles might find the going tough
at the Gobblers HC however Feely
and Co. should win.
Miami over North Carolina .
Miras back and the Canes have
had a week off to recoup.
Georgia Tech over Tulane .
The Campus Conscience rides
again, as the Jackets notch anoth another
er another win.
Kentucky over Georgia .
should be a defensive battle with
the Wildcats a slim 2 point favor favorite.
ite. favorite.
Michigan State over Indiana .
A lopsided victory would keep the
Staters in first place.
Purdue over lowa . Home
field Homecoming for the Boiler Boilermakers
makers Boilermakers are enough to set up an
upset of sorts.
Ole Miss over Vandy . Rebs
machine to roll again, they want
to be first.
Texas over Rice . the num number
ber number three Longhorns will have a
hard time with the Owls.
Pitt over Navy . another
upset. Panthers are hungry for
victory after four consecutive
lasses.
Colorado over Oklahoma ... It
aint like it used to be.
Auburn over Clemson . How Howards
ards Howards boys should have their hands
full holding cm to their no. 20
rating.
North Carolina State over Duke
. . Last game of the week and
last upset. The Wolverines are out
for the Devil.
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tunner and the man who can also
run right over you if he has to.
Starting at the other half-back
is junior Jerry Stovall successor
to Johnny Robinson at that spot.
Although not the deceptive run runner
ner runner Robinson was, Stovall can
be a powerful runner which he
showed by leading the team in
rushing last year as a sopho sophomore.
more. sophomore.
In Earl Gros the Tigers have a
pile driving full back of the Good Goodman
man Goodman variety. As a sophomore
Gros earned a position on the 59
squad, now as a senior he has
turned into one of the best inside
runners in the SEC. Gros is the
kind of full back who can be
counted on in the couple of yards
for a first down situation.
Quarterback Amadee
I Guiding this bevy of outstanding

By BILL BUCHALTER
Sports Editor Emeritus
3 Well, Im two games behind and
c thats two too many. So this week
; is a special Homecoming names
i column and away we go:
* Florida over LSU . This is
my blue plate special. And all
because a certain Celeste will put
. the go, go, go in Gelindo' who will
i have a big weekend. So will Good Goodr
r Goodr man and Dodd among others.
FSU over VPI . The Semi Seminoles
noles Seminoles should sneak by again this
I weekend . sort of like the Head
in the next few weeks.
Miami over N. Carolina .
| Upset No. 2 Mira should start
pitching passes like campus play playboy
boy playboy Mickey Herron and protege
Robin Hood. So should Harvey, the
lonesome TeP.
Ga. Tech over Tulane ... No
contest this week just like the
spring elections last year .
ask Dick Hebert, the self-styled
Atlanta Cracker who will be visit visiting
ing visiting this week. Other Engineers of
note are Berman, Hansen, Brdl Brdl:
: Brdl: liant, Emory, etc.
Kentucky over Georgia
Woolum s passes will be too much
for Homans, Portman, Madwomen
i Margoulis, etc. . .Hutchinson
is also far too tough for the Bull Bulldog
dog Bulldog defenders.
Mich. State over Indiana
The No. 1 team continues to roll.
Fran is still No. 1 also . .fea .feature-wise
ture-wise .feature-wise and other wise.
lowa over Purdue . The
Hawkeyes will soar like Berk
Saturday night . also look
for Eunice Wiggle to soar.
Ole Miss over Vandy This
should be a slaughter . sort
of like Annie Get Your Gun (for
Jeromethat is) . also a
slaughter if Sue D. doesnt get
her name in here. Also Carolyn
J.
Texas over Rice . This should
really be a tough one . With
such squirming backs as Gin
Lynnson and Dennis Schuller, the
Longhorns will be tough to bring
down. They are No. 3 right now
and they could move up with a
big win. That rhymes with Lyon,
and gin.
Navy over Pitt . Chief Petty
Officer Charles Warren of the
S. S. Platonic should lead this
win . . Also since Cecil is a
Navy man, this ones dedicated
to Delores. Also to Stan and Irma.
Colorado over Oklahoma .
Wdieners passing, Hildebrands
kicking to spell the difference.
Auburn over Clemson . .This
one could go the Other way. But
the Tigers should win one way or
the other . another big winner
this weekend is Gross, the LPhie
Dream-on-Man.
Duke over N. Carolina State .
the Devils to bounce back. And
speaking of Devils, there is Yvone,
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offensive talent is another talented
junior Lynn Amadee.
Amadee, who made his debut
against the Gators last year, is a
fine passer, completing 24 out of
59 for the Bengals so far this sea season
son season while doing a large part in
establishing the Bengals 19 point
a game average.
Ably backing Amandee is junior
Jimmy Field. While Amadee is
the man with the arm Field has
been called the better runner.
With their gaudy i point a
game average one might suspect
the Bengals to be an overly of offensively
fensively offensively prone club, not so. The
terrors of the bayos have limited

Full-Throttle Fullback Goodman
Key To Saurian Ground Game

By FRAN WARREN
A big, full-throttle full fullback
back fullback is one of the main keys
behind the Gator football
success. Don Goodman, Ga Gator
tor Gator fullback from Miami,
stands 6 feet tall and weighs
jin at 203 pounds.
e
Goodman has tallied 261 yards
rushing for the Gators to place
third in the SEC in rushing. Good Goodman
man Goodman has managed this without
ioosing any yardage.
Following Goodman on the
SEC charts is UP Llghtnin Lar Larry
ry Larry Obertore, fourth and Lindy
Infante, fifth.
Its no small feat to have three
men in the top five list of total
rushing yardage for the SEC. It
points up the fact that the Gators
are one of the top teams in the
conference, said Goodman.
Lead Against Vandy
In the Vanderbilt game, the
hard charging fullback managed
101 yards in 19 carries, to lead
the Gators in total yards gained
during the game.
I couldnt have done it with without
out without the blocking I got from the
front line. Those boys really took
their men out and opened the holes
for me to run through. It was
their game, too.
The Gators are up and ready
for the big game this week end
against LSU. Its not hard to
get up for a good team like
the Tigers and playing here
on our field and at Homecom Homecoming
ing Homecoming will be a big mark in the
Gators favor, Goodman said.
We are ready to take on LSU,
but we arent going to be able to
do it alone. The students and their
support can make or break this
game for us. Its their cheering
that gives us that extra something
to put the winning play across,
said Goodman.
Look Toward Tech
Looking ahead to the Tech game
next week, Goodman felt the game
would be rough. He said the Yel Yellow
low Yellow Jackets were always rough
when you have to play them in
Grant Field.
But to be truthful, Im not
looking too far ahead of the
Game this weekend. If we get
by LSU, and I think we will,
then, I think we can take Tech.
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their opponents to 35 points in
five contests for & 7 point a
game give away. While allow allowing
ing allowing their opponents only 18 first
downs.
Keys in the Bengal defense are
All American candidate Roy Win Winston
ston Winston a 230 pound Baton Rouge na native
tive native who Gator boss Ray Graves
calls the best guard hes seen this
season and a pair of lightning fast
tackles in Billy Booth and Bob
Richard.
The ends for the Tigers are
Gene Sykes and Jack Gates, two
fine pass catchers on the offensive,
and hard to get around on the de defense.
fense. defense.

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But right now the only thing
I want to concentrate on is the
Homecoming game.
Goodman felt that a real proof
of the power in the SEC came
when four of the top ten teams
in the nation were out of the
SEC. And at least tw r o more
teams were in the next ten.

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Some of the other defensive
standouts on the club are Chinese
Bandits Tommy Neck, who plays
defensive quarterback, and defen.
sive linebacker Gaynell Kinchen.
Filling out the LSU starting unit
are guard Monk Guliet and center
Dennis Gaubatz. Both are sea seasoned
soned seasoned veterans and fill the center
of the Tiger line more than ade adequately.
quately. adequately.
With such an awsom display of
talent and depth the Bengals were
rated to be the best in the South
in pre season polls whether or not
this is true is a mute question.
Whether the Gators can hold back
this powerful grid machine is not.

Goodman is a senior in Physical
Education and plans to graduate
in February of .63. His plans in include
clude include professional football, prob probably
ably probably with the Dallas Cowboys.
Among the other honors coming to
Goodman this year will include
a Christmas heir to the Goodman
name,