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Volume 54Number K) 7
Johnson, Bryant Offer Challenges
# We'll Preserve Freedom
Vice President Pledges
By NEIL SWAN
Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson told a UF Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming audience Saturday that the United States will
not hesitate to use its full military strength to preserve
Johnson, speaking before a crowd of 1,400 at the
Florida Blue Key Banquet, said the nations military
strength is sufficient to deter any armed threat.
He pointed out that the United
States has mobilized large num numbens
bens numbens of National Guardsmen and
reservists, increased its air power,
stepped up the Polaris program,
accelerated the missile program
and strengthened the Berlin gar garrison.
The United States and the
free world cannot be defeated
militarily because retaliation
against attack would be swift,
certain and devastating, he said.
The audience burst into ap applause
plause applause when Johnson said that
the nations armed might would
be used without stint, without
fear, against the Communist
He said the Soviets are gam gambling
bling gambling that we will not use our
strength, but this gamble could
well go down in history as the
greatest miscalculation ever
But the Vice President warned
that another threat of internal
disunity faced the nation.
The Communists cannot defeat
America, he said. But Ameri America
ca America can be defeated by irrespon irresponsible,
sible, irresponsible, arrogant partisanship."
Divide And Conquer
He the Communists have
adopted the ancient strategy of
divide and conquer. They hope
to soW' disunity and dissension
so they can reap the rewards
of discord and pick off the free
world nations one by one."
He warned that the most ef effective
fective effective Communist tactic would
be to plant the seeds of doubt
and encourage them to grow
and flourish. Good Americans,
bHnded by partisanship, would
unwittingly carry out the Soviet's
plans, he said.
Americans, however, will not
be trapped by this tactic, John Johnson
son Johnson said. Our only reed enemy,
actually, is communism with its
allieshunger, disease, poverty,
ignorance and fear."
If we oontinue our course of
steadfastness neither provocative
nor afraid we can look forward
to the survival of freedom."
At the dose of his speech, John Johnson
son Johnson hinted that he would be wil willing
ling willing to return for future UF Home Homecomings.
Former Gov. Fuller Warren,
toastmaster at the banquet, kept
applause and laughter echoing
through the gym with one quip
after another during the three threehour
hour threehour program.
Following the banquet, the Vice
President attended Gator Growl
where he made brief remarks.
Nasser Answers UF Arabs
With Telegram, of 'Thanks'
United Arab Republic President
Gamal Abdel Nasser has answer answered
ed answered members of the UF Arab Club
with a telegram thanking them
for their wire backing his regime
in the recent secession of Syria.
The telegram delivered to club
Miami Medics Interview
Applicants for the University of
Miamis College of Medicine
should make an appointment at
the pre professional counseling
office, room 12, Flint Hall for an
interview with Dr. George T.
Dr. Lewis will be on campus
today and tomorrow.
Top News Prize
The Florida Alligator won first
place in the nation for its straight
college newswriting in competi competition
tion competition at the Sigma Delta Chi con convention
vention convention last weekend in Miami
The national journalistic society
awarded the paper a parchment
certificate for its entries, accord according
ing according to Randy Norton, UF chap chapter
ter chapter representative to the conven convention.
Cited among the papers port portfolio
folio portfolio was its handling of last
springs C-U syllabus incident,
which revealed that parts of the
campus published syllabus had
been lifted from other sources.
Researched by several staff
members, the story was written
to Nancy Mykel and Dick Hebert.
Hebert was managing editor at
the time. Editor was Jim Moore Moorehead.
Jitt* Quincey left for Ft. Sill,
Oklahoma Sunday with Homecom Homecoming
ing Homecoming and the presidency of Florida
Blue Key behind him.
Quincey, who served as the
pr esident of the organ i z a t i o n
wliich presented Homecoming, left
after serving as a rear guard to
see that the* troops of his reserve
units left town safely. The 305
Finance Unit left a week ago.
His successor will be chosen in
an election Thursday.
Campus Honor Week
President J. Wayne Reitz has
proclaimed this week as Honor
A spokesman from Delta Sig Sigma
ma Sigma Pi business fraternity said the
| president Muhammad Hu 11 aj,
I I received with appreciation
I your cable in which you have ex expressed
pressed expressed on >x>ur behalf and in the
name of your colleagues your
sincere patriotic feelings regard regarding
ing regarding events in Syria.
I am confident that the Arab
nation will attain its objectives
and that through the solidarity of
its sons the imperalists who are
the partiaans of separatism and
reaction will never realise their
nefarious ends. God give us sup support
port support and victory.
I extend to you all my sin sin.
. sin. cerest thanks together with my
ibest wishes for success and wel welj
j welj fare GAMAL ABDEL NASSER.
GATORS APPEARED ON THE NEW FRONTIER
University of Florida, Gainesville Tuesday, October 31, 1961
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... UF President Dr. J. Wayne Reitz, U.S. Vice Presi President
dent President Lyndon B. Johnson, and Florida* Gov. Farris
Bryant smile following Florida Blue Key Banquet
Friday evening. 1,400 politicians, alumni and guests
heard Reitz thank the legislature for last springs
faculty raises, Johnson warn Americans of partisan partisanship,
ship, partisanship, and Bryant tell of the future of Florida educa education.
Four Cited at Banquet it
FBK Honors Professors
Four UF professors were honor honored
ed honored for their scholarly works and
rese \rch contributions at the an annua*
nua* annua* Florida Blue Key Banquet,
Dr. Robert E. Carson, Dr. At Atmin
min Atmin H. Gropp, Dr. Ernest R.
Bartley and Dr. Ants Oras were
recognized by FBK for their aca academic
demic academic excellence and significant
contributions resulting in distinc distinction
tion distinction to themselves, this institu institution.
tion. institution. and mankind."
Dr. Carson, professor of hu humanities,
manities, humanities, was lauded for his ac accomplishment
complishment accomplishment in the field of art.
An artist whose watercolor paint paintings
ings paintings have been exhibited at num numerous
erous numerous universities, Carson, has al also
so also frequently lectured on mod modern
ern modern art, the relation of art and
music, and other associated to topics.
Dr. Gropp, professor of chem chemistry
istry chemistry and assistant dean of the
College of arts and Sciences, has
won national recognition in the
purpose of Honor Week is to give
the student body a special oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to examine the UF Honor
By understanding the past, pre present
sent present and future of tlie honor sys system,
tem, system, the students will be better
able to evaluate the merits of the
Honor System, he said.
WRUF will carry an hour long
program, On My Honor, Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday from 8 to 10 p.m. Speak Speakers
ers Speakers on the program will be Pre President
sident President Reitx, Dr. Donald J. Hart,
Student Body President Bruce Bul Bullock
lock Bullock and Honor Court Chancellor
The UF Debate Team will de debate
bate debate the objectives of the honor
system and how the objectives
are being met.
DSP will take a student opin opinion
ion opinion Thursday in front of the Lib Library
rary Library and the Student Center. The
poll is designed to learn student
opinion on the honor system ac according
cording according to a DSP spokesman.
DSP has requested participation
from all student organizations.
specialized fields of electro-chem electro-chemistry
istry electro-chemistry and chemical instrumenta instrumentation.
He has also served as a re research
search research consultant to business cor corporations,
porations, corporations, the U. S. Army Quar Quartermaster
termaster Quartermaster Corps, and the Atomic
Dr. Bartley, professor of poli*
Seniors who missed their ap appointments
pointments appointments for Seminole portrait
sittings may make them up from
Monday, November 6 through
T* Way November 8.
.embers and pledges of the
following groups that may have
missed appointments during Rush
Week may make them up after 7
p.m. on Monday through Friday,
October 30 through November 3:
Alpha Epsilon Pi, Alpha Gamma
Rho, Lambda Chi Alpha, Alpha
Tau Omega, Beta Theta Pi, Delta
Sigma Phi, Kappa Alpha, Georgia
Seagle. and Cooperative Living
Sitting times are 1 to 5 p.m.
and 7 to 11 p.m. Monday through
Thursday and 8 to 11:30 a.m. and
1 to 5 p.m. on Fridays.
Men should wear a dark coat
and tie and women should wear
a dark sweater. Everyone must
bring $1.50 to cover the cost of
The following is the sitting sche schedule
dule schedule for this week: Tuesday, Del Delta
ta Delta Gamma and Alpha Chi Ome Omega;
ga; Omega; Wednesday, Phi Mu and Kap Kappa
pa Kappa Delta; Thursday, Alpha Del Delta
ta Delta Pi and Alpha Epsilon Pi
pledges; Friday, Chi Omega and
Seniors whose names begin with
X. Y, and Z.
The photographer will be here
for the last sitting on November
9. Anyone who does not have his
picture taken before November $
will not appear in the Seminole.
A 23-year-old University es
Florida student was arrested Fri Friday
day Friday afternoon for selling bonded
Sheriffs Deputies said they
found 44 fifths of whiskey in the
home of Wesley Albert Patterson,
111 SW 3rd Ave., when they ar arrested
rested arrested him. m i ;-.r mi I
.And Theta Chi Float with Orbiting Beauties
'New Buildings Near,
Governor Says, Asking
Aid from Businessmen
By BILL CURRY
Gator Managing Editor
Ground breaking on new buildings for state univer universities
sities universities within six months was predicted by Gov. Farris
Bryant at the annual Florida Blue Key Homecoming
Banquet Friday evening.
Gov Bryant expressed confidence in almost immedi-
ate validation of his proposed
sls million bohd issue for new
In brief comments at the ban banquet,
quet, banquet, Bryant also called upon
business elements in the state to
aid Floridas higher education
by educated giving.
Bryant challenged Florida in industry
dustry industry to pledge one per cent of
their profits to supporting
tical science, is nationally noted
in Public Administration and ad administrative
ministrative administrative law and procedure.
Author and co author of
books, monographs, and periodi periodical
cals periodical N in the filed, he has also
served as a consultant to such or organizations
ganizations organizations as the Florida Bar
Association and the Alaska State Statehood
hood Statehood Committee.
He is listed in American Men
of Science, The Social Scien Sciences,
ces, Sciences, and Whos Who in the
South and Southeast."
Dr. Oras, professor of English,
is a native of Estonia who holds
a Bachelor of Literature degree
from Oxford University. Active
in many organizations, his books
include, The Critical Ideas of
T. S. Elliot, Miltons Editors
and Commentators 1695-1801,"
and The Estonian-Swedish Dic Dictionary.
Florida Players Production
Miller's 'Salesman' Opens Wed*
The assorted dreams and dis disiilusionments
iilusionments disiilusionments of Willie Loman will
be aired Wednesday through Sat Saturday
urday Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in the Norman
Hall Auditorium when the Florida
Four UF coeds have been se selected
lected selected as finalists in the 1962
Orange Bowl Queen contest.
They are 18-year-oldg Judy Lynn
Prince and Sally Dunn and 19-
year-Olds Genevieve (Gee Gee)
Wattles and Joanne Van Brunt.
Judy Lynn, an Alphi Oii Ome Omega
ga Omega sorority member, is a green greeneyed
eyed greeneyed brunette from Tampa; Sally
is a brown-eyed brunette from
Daytona Beach; Genevieve is a
brown eyed blonde from
Winter Park, and Joanne is g
brown-eyed brunette from Mel Melbourne.
There are 27 finalists selected
from among 150 entries. The
Queen and her court of four
princesses will be named after a
full day of judging Saturday.
Four Pages This Edition
the states education program.
Saying that the present UF cam campus
pus campus is but the beginning of what
is to be, Bryant cited indica indications
tions indications of the importance state of officials
ficials officials is placing on bettering
Florida education opportunities.
He referred to increased aca academic
demic academic salaries, extension divi division*
sion* division* reorganization, year-round
operation and his own sls million
bond construction program.
Under the sls million program
the University would receive three
new buildings: an architecture and
fine arts building, a general class classroom
room classroom building and a nuclear sci science
ence science building.
The governor also referred to
ground breaking of a new student
union in six months.
Bill Rion, director of the Flori Florida
da Florida Union, told the Alligator that
he was sure the governor was
referring to unions on other cam campuses.
We dont have any architectur architectural
al architectural plans ready yet." he said.
It would be at least 12 months
before we would be ready to
The $5 million student union
had earlier been slated for com completion
pletion completion in 1965.
UF President Dr. J. Wayne
Reitz said Sunday night that he
expected the exact figure of the
bond issues to be decided this
(See BRYANT, Page 8)
Players present Arthur Millers
Death of a Salesman.
Tickets can be obtained from
noon until 5 p.m. at the informa information
tion information booth across from the Hub.
Students will be admitted free up upon
on upon presentation of I. D. cards
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Phi Ton s, KD s
On New Frontier
Sweepstakes trophies in Phi Kappa Tau and Kappa
Delta houses will appear as reminders of the Gators
appearance on the New Frontier.
The fraternity and sorority were named winners of
the Homecoming sweepstakes Saturday after earning
the largest number of points in their categories.
Points were awarded for excellence in skits, floats,
house decorations, asd sponsorship of the homecoming
sweetheart and princesses.
J he x?i i Ta H skit showin Â£ life in the future with the
entire UF faculty, administration, and football team re replaced
placed replaced by machines, took first place in Gator Growl
Phi Tau also had the winning house decoration in
the Orange division a 56-foot replica of the Santa
Maria with a 70-foot mast. The decoration was also
named most original.
KD had second place sorori sorority
ty sorority house decorationsa 14 foot
fountain with a 12-foot mechan mechanical
ical mechanical gator and a thirsty tiger,
and second place float in the
sorority division a culinary
concoction called *'Tiger Stew.
Kappa Alpha Theta emphasiz emphasized
ed emphasized its position as the UFs
newest sorority with a float cal called
led called Thetas Appear on the Gator
Frontier. The float took first
place in the sorority division.
The Most Beautiful float
was entered by Delta Sigma
Phi. It symbolized Peace on
the New Frontier. missile
firing submarine with a Gator
on the observation deck.
Pi Kappa Phi had the winning
house decoration in the Blue
division a tiger about to be
beheaded on a mechanized, blood
The top sorority house decora decoration
tion decoration was constructed by Phi Mu.
A space-gator on an island con consumed
sumed consumed a tiger signifying the
race for space.
Phi Delta Theta and Alpha
Epsilon Phi were second and
third place winners in the Gator
The Phi Delt skit. UN Mer Merry-Go-Round.
ry-Go-Round. Merry-Go-Round. depicted the be beginning,
ginning, beginning, present, and future
phases of mankind, touching on
the Berlin situation. Castro and
The Kingsteine Trio at Large,
presented by A E Phi, was a
take-off on the balladeers and
featured a riot of the girls in
Reid Hall had the prize-win prize-winning
ning prize-winning decoration among the
girls dormitories a gator
suspending a tiger as fish bait
from a balcony. The theme
was Frontiers of the Deep.
The Mens dormitory winner
was Tolbert Area, with a tiger
in a beat-up car and Super Superman
man Superman Gator standing by.
Other winners were:
(See AWARDS, Page 3)
Cost of Seminoles
May Be Cut to $ 3
The $5 purchase price of the
1962 Seminole may be reduced to
$3 a student.
Student Body Treas. R. E.
Sheppard said that he will sub submit
mit submit a request to the Legislative
Council tonight to lower the price
which the students will have to
pay for their yearbook.
Sheppard said the proposed
cost cut was based on miscalcu miscalculation
lation miscalculation of Seminole printing costs
and would not effect the quality
of the book.
Kent said he anticipated more
purchases if the $3 price goe 8 into
A new system of obtaining the
and the cost for others is 75
AH seats are reserved.
Salesman tells of a man who
finds that the philosophy he has
been living is not valid in a mod modern
ern modern world. Unable to adapt to
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yearbook is being organised this
year, according to Gary Peacock,
Peacock said that students will
now buy their copies in advance
and would receive theen at the
end of the year. A sales cam campaign
paign campaign will begin Nov. 1, and will
end at Thanksgiving.
During this time students who
want to buy a will oay
for their book and receive a
receipt by which they will pick
up their book when it is dis distributed
tributed distributed in early May.
The 1962 Seminole will be a 364
page book, with 8 pages of four
color, and original pencil draw drawings
ings drawings of the campus as division
changing values, he comes to the
conclusion his only answer is
During its long run on Broad Broadway
way Broadway the play becams a classic
and is considered by critics ?
be a major contribution to Ameri American
can American drama.
Dr. L. L. Zimmerman, director
of the play said that it was chosen
partly because it is a part of the
TWs, he said, is m *line
with the Players policy of oc occasionally
casionally occasionally using works which will
fit in with University College
Oast in the starring* roies are
Kenneth Friedman as Willis Lo Loman,
man, Loman, the salesman; Tony Peari
and Randy Robbins as Biff and
Happy, Willies sons; and Stevelyn
Martin as Linda, his wife,
Also included in the east are
Walter Grainger as Bernard,
Iris Manuals as woman- m hotel,
Don Baker as Uncle Ben, Hal
Green as Howard, William Wren
as Stanley, Nancy Pe&riman as
Miss Forsythe, Carol BttaCrjft
Letta and Jill Davis as Peraiy.
Ronald Jenit of the speech staff
is set designer. ... T
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Editor-in-Chief Nail Swan
Managing Editor Curry
Business Manager Hendrik Browne
Tuesday Nows Editor David Watt
Friday Nows Editor Jan Lath rep
Ass't Nows Editor Maryaim# Awtray
Feature Editors Liiido Hamel, Lot Bussey
Editorial Assistonts Bobbie Flolsehme,
Tom Gibson, Noncy Mykel, Jack Horoa
Assistant Business Manager: Gary Burke
National Adv. Manager. Dave Champion; Office Maa Maaager.
ager. Maaager. 'Linda Merk; Advertising Sta: Buford CXiny.
Lee Ertert. David Hamilton; Advertising Layout; Carol
Stockstill; Circulation,Dick Clark.
Delta Sigma Pi business fraternity
is to be commended for its sponsor sponsorship
ship sponsorship of Honor Week. Several pro programs
grams programs during the week will provide
opportunities for students to examine,
discuss and evaluate merits of the
WE HAVE in the past expressed our
opinion that the UF Honor System
needs increased emphasis and under understanding.
standing. understanding. It is a system never before
faced by many students who come to
the UF. Honor means respect of gen generally-held
erally-held generally-held ideals. But how can honor
be widespread if it is not widely dis discussed
cussed discussed and understood ?
It is possible that many offenders
are not even aware that they are vio violating
lating violating the Honor System, for the Sys System
tem System extends to many more fields than
cheating. Honor extends into every
facet of daily life.
The Hone- System implies a free freedom
dom freedom that copies with unquestioned
acceptance of every member of the
University community. This freedom
must be accepted without reservation.
-COLLEGE STUDENTS and gradu graduates
ates graduates have earned, *or been given, a
number of labels down through the
ylaars. One of the latest is splinters.
comes from Claude Cole Colenran,
nran, Colenran, director of the special honors
program at Southern Illinois Univer University.
sity. University. He bases this label on the fact
that there is no such thing as a whole
man any more. Everyone is a splinter.
-An individual is a plumber, or a
sQrgeon, or an economist, or a
dfian, or a policeman not a
man at all, just a splinter. At least
this is Mr. Colemans idea.
HE HAS some legitimate points.
Splindid splinters are some of the
best minds of the nation, doing ex excellent
cellent excellent work within narrow limits,
whose total contribution leads to con confusion
fusion confusion and unhappiness. Most scho scholars
lars scholars work long hours turning out scho scholarly
larly scholarly articles for other blind scholars
to read it their own* fields.
According to Coleman, An econ economist
omist economist who has no understanding of
history or anthropology or psychology
is no economist at all.
It is, like Thoreau said, As if the
main object were to talk fast and not
to talk sensibly. Or, as Coleman
Best of THEM.
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Carol* Bardella, Nancy Bradley, (Benda Enmeen,
Card* Butter, Sue Allen Cautben, M. E. Cleveland,
Mike Coiodny, John Eichrodt, Mark Fardward, Rennie
Sue Goodman, John Grant. Tom Hoffman, Nancy Hooter,
G. P. Laarre, Jared Lebow, Bob Malone, Ann Me-
Adams, Larry McGough. Gary Peacock. Patti Pitta.
Find Schneider, Marty Scteam, Jim Srodoa, SaUf
Smith, April Stanley, Sandy Sweitear.
Sport* Editor: Mika Goto
Staff Writers; Robert Green, Ken Keyes, Fran War Warren,
ren, Warren, Lynda Roark, Martin Edwards, Vie Schnlder.
Its very existence depends now, as it
has for years, upon this unqualified
acceptance and practice by every
member of the community. Once it is
destroyed, either intentionally by
abuse or through unintelligent negli negligence,
gence, negligence, the Honor System cannot be
restored to its intended position.
THE UFS HONOR System -has
come under criticism from faculty and
students alike. The.criticism may not
be flattering, but it will very likely
lead to increased understanding and
respect for the system.
Student response to the recent Hon Honor
or Honor Court revisions was very encour encouraging.
aging. encouraging. It showed that students, when
presented with the problem and the
facts, overwhelmingly supported two
revisions which we believe will great greatily
ily greatily improve understanding and re respect
spect respect for the Honor System.
We believe the programs and de debates
bates debates scheduled during Honor Week
will further the acceptance of a sys system
tem system which is too seldom discussed.
constructed vocabularies so that they
can talk only to other splinters from
the same wood ...
A STRIKING example of this may be
found on coffee breaks around univer universities,
sities, universities, when faculty members take
breaks with their own collegues, with
the conversation remaining as narrow
as possible. And the students are led
along the same path until they too
become specialists, but nothing else.
If the economy is to reduce this na nations
tions nations citizens into a group of dull
obnoxious routine-followers, we need
to make some changes.
For a culture with greater stability
and individual happiness, we need to
break away from this growing pattern
of routine specialism. And the univer university
sity university is obviously the place where the
pattern is made.
LET US strive to avoid being forced
down the narrow path. Instead let
us broaden our classroom and extra extracurricular
curricular extracurricular structure. The faculty must
challange students to refrain from the
trail of limited scope, and in turn stu students
dents students need not only to respond, but
to put forth a challenge of their own.
(Reprinted from the UnivertUy of Texas
Tuesday, Qctobor 31, 1961
Letters to fAe Editor^
Gator Growl Should Not
Compete With 'Rawhide'
Homecoming is over, some
would even say dead, and it
seems that a few comments
need to be made.
jl have never heard an of official
ficial official declaration of what Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming is for, but I offer as a
purely subjective opinion the
idea that it should serve the
dual purpose of entertaining the
college student and offering an
opportunity for the alumni to
return to the scene of the
crime, so to speak. I think a
fair number of people would
agree to that. Therefore, some
criticisms are valid.
Please dont preach to us. Cer Certainly
tainly Certainly the UF has more than its
fair share of problems, but it
is not necessary to choose
Homecoming weekend to play
them up. At the risk of being
accused of frivolity, who wants
to hear about financial distress
and crowded classrooms in the
Belatedly I have received
news of the controversy over the
nature of drama criticism that
was raised by (Alligator col columnist)
umnist) columnist) John Miller, who has
succeeded in wounding me per personally.
I find most offensive his de derogatory
rogatory derogatory remarks about kanga kangaroos.
Since I am an Australian, I
expect I know more about kan kangaroos
garoos kangaroos than Mr. Miller, and I
hasten to assure him that they
possess those very qualities of
cuteness, docility, evasiveness
and stupidity that he so much
admires in critics.
Good heavens! Is nothing sac sacred
red sacred to The Flail?
GARY J. SCRIMGEOUR
Princeton, N. J.
Tell all UF students to be
good and SINCERE.
They will get buildings, facul faculty
ty faculty raises and a quarter system
if they are good students and
keep a well-cultivated pumpkin
midst of the biggest weekend of
If certain members of the
administration and/or other pu puritanical
ritanical puritanical elements within our
immediate society find some
traditional parts of Gator Growl
objectionable and unsuited for
televising, then I say to hell
with televising it!
Let 'em watch Rawhide in instead.
Another thing to do with Ga Gator
tor Gator Growl: lets remember that
this is for college students and
alumni, not for the Ed Sullivan
Show. Lets choose the acta ac accordingly.
cordingly. accordingly. Too much of the show
seemed to be aimed for the very
young in the audience.
The skits, Johnson* speech,
and parts of pre-Growl, along
with fireworks, ware all that
kept Friday evening from fiz fizzling.
With Quinfester System,
Dearee Takes 18 Months
By NANCY MYKEL
Following is a letter which
appeared in the Oct. 15th Tampa
Tribune, and which can speak
rather well for itself:
GAINESVILLE! If higher ed education
ucation education is to move forward in
the state of Florida, the Board
of Control is going to have to
expand its present policies.
Since the tax structure must
stay as it is no matter what,
let us establish a quintester
H system in our
univers i t i e a.
be able to
earn a B. A.
degree in a
year and a
pay five times
the present se semester
mester semester fee,
which will in-
MYKEL crease avail available
able available funds sub substantially.
stantially. substantially. Higher tuition will
also solve the problem of bur burgeoning
geoning burgeoning enrollments. Those who
cannot really afford a univer university
sity university education will enlist in the
ranks of unskilled laborwhere
they properly belong thus
bringing more industry to Flor Flor:da.
:da. Flor:da. Industry is a Good Thing.
Professors, being no better
than the rest of us, will spend
eight hours a day in classroom.
There they will be doing some something
thing something that you can really see
instead of spending their time
reading books, writing books,
reviewing books, thinking, etc.,
etc., all of which are quite
likely to be Not-so-Good or even
Liberal and Moderate, Tilings.
WE MUST appoint a curri curriculum
culum curriculum Curtailment Committee,
composed of thirty-seven veteri veterinarians.
narians. veterinarians. By disposing of Human Humanities
ities Humanities and Social Science and
concentrating instead on Techni-
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All Was Quiet on the New Frontier?
[ By BILL CURRY
rr WAS a rather uneventful
weekend. I read three books, did
two term papers and caught up
on my sleep.
So did everybody else.
We are all fresh and bright brighteyed
eyed brighteyed and bushy-tailed. We are
awake to the world .... ready
That opening was for the bene benefit
fit benefit of the professors. They wont
get further and I assure you they
are all snowed to the hilt.
WELL WE put on the show.
We supplied the entertain entertainment.
Now its time to pay. And
were waiting for someone else
to do the paying.
Lost in the
Homecom i n g
dent, were a
on higher edu- CURRY
cation by Governor Bryant
telling how the state could pay
for the *big show.
He called upon the business businessmen
men businessmen of state to do their share
in educating the youth of the
He called it educated giv giving.
ing. giving. and asked state industry
to pledge one per cent of its
profits to education.
Whats wrong # with taxing the
I am tempted to buy the ar argument
gument argument that the state cannot
afford to tax industry heavily
and at the same time try to lure
more industry to form a sound
I know a couple of professors
who could verbally shoot holes
tmough this theory. But if some
sort of'voluntary system could
be worked out, who would there
be to complain of legislators
representing the interests of the
states big businesses.
Tobacco interests in North
Carolina have voluntarily helped
their states higher educational
We get papers daily from
Texas, California and Michigan
from STATE-supported institu institutions
tions institutions telling of grants from pri private
vate private business to their schools.
Why should private business
pledge itself to aiding higher
With a rapidly growing state
industry will be growing more
and more people . people
cal Writing and Thermo Agri Agricultural
cultural Agricultural Economic Nuclear
Chemical Statistical Space En Engineering,
gineering, Engineering, we will get all of
the governments new projects,
instead of having to share them
with other states. Sharing, as
anybody knows, is a Commun Communist
ist Communist Tiling.
The proposed extension em empire
pire empire which is being established
to provide advanced degrees for
the businessman must be ex expanded
panded expanded to include the citrus citrusgrower,
grower, citrusgrower, the fisherman, the
Seminole and the phosphate
worker. Lets have an Exten Extension
sion Extension Division every place that
anybody wants one, so that the
person who cant be bothered to
go to a university can have a
university come to him. This
will be an Individual Rights,
and thus Good Thing.
IT GOES without saying that
University of Florida Press
must be put in its proper place.
These people get completely out
of hand, publishing books about
faraway places such as Mexico.
All the other university presses
are already printing books about
all sorts of foreign places where
people do not even speak Eng English
lish English lets keep our Press in
Florida. Unlike One World, a
Slate World is a Good World.
To the faculty members who
will leave because they are
Eored of Control, I say, Good
riddance. Likewise to students 1
who may object to my plans.
Without teachers and students,
our universities would be bet better
ter better off anyway, and we tax taxpayers
payers taxpayers would be relieved of a
With our children safely enroll enrolled
ed enrolled at Fodunk State Teachers
College, we will be free to turn
our campuses into splendid re retirement
tirement retirement resorts for old folks.
And that will be perhaps the
Best Thing of All.
who will tax existing facilities
and create new needs.
This same industry will need
recruits for jobs. And when
it comes time to get workers
they will turn to state institu institu.
. institu. tions.
One UF professor made the
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It has been alleged that coeds go to college for the sole purpose
of finding husbands. This is, of course, an infamous canard, and
I give fair warning that, small and spongy as I am, anybody
who says such a dastardly thing when I am around had better
be prepared for a sound thrashing!
Girls go to college for precisely the same reasons as men do:
to broaden their horizons, to lengthen their vistas, to drink at
the fount of wisdom. But, if, by pure chance, while a girl is
engaged in these meritorious pursuits, a likely looking husband
should pop into view, why, whats wrong with that? Eh? Whats
wrong with that?
The question now arises, what should a girl look for in a
husband. A great deal has been written on this subject. Some
say character is most important, some say background, soma
say appearance, some say education. All are wTong.
The most important thingbar nonein a husband is health.
Though he be handsome as Apollo and rich as Midas, w hat good
is he if he just lays around all day accumulating bedsores?
The very first thing to do upon meeting a man is to make
sure he is sound of wind and limb. Before he has a chance to
sweet-talk you, slap a thermometer in his mouth, roll back his
eyelids, yank out his tongue, rap his patella, palpate his thorax,
ask him to straighten out a horseshoe with his teeth. If he fails
these simple tests, phone for an ambulance and go on to the
If, however, he turns out to be physically fit, proceed to the
second most important requirement in a husband. I refer to a
sense of humor.
A man who cant take a joke is a man to be avoided. There
are several simple tests to find out whether your prospect can
take a joke or not. You can, for example, slash his tires. Or burn
his Mad comics. Or steal his switchblade. Or turn loose his
pet raccoon. Or shave his head.
After each of these good-natured pranks, laugh gaily and
shout April Fool! If he replies, But this is February nine nineteenth,
teenth, nineteenth, or something equally churlish, cross him off your list
and give thanks you found out in time.
But if he laughs silverly and calls you Little Minx! put
him to the next test. Find out whether he is kindly.
The quickest way to ascertain his kindliness is, of course, to
look at the cigarette he smokes. Is it mild? Is it clement? Is it
humane? Does it minister tenderly to the psyche? Does it
coddle the synapses? Is it a good companion? Is it genial? Is
it bright and friendly and filtered and full of dulcet pleasure
from cockcrow till the heart of darkness?
Is it, in short, Marlboro?
If Marlboro it be, then clasp the man to your l>osom with
hoops of steel, for you may be sure that he is kindly as a sum summer
mer summer breeze, kindly as a mothers kiss, kindly to his very marrow.
And now, having found a man who is kindly and healthy
and blessed with a sense of humor, the only thing that remains
is to make sure he will always earn a handsome living. That,
fortunately, is easy. Just enroll him in engineering.
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point recently that in reality
the American college is nothing
but an appendage of business
Bryant has asked for educated
giving. Educated tax legisla legislation
tion legislation or inferior schools are the
Pies, Pranks, Politics Spark HC
By MARYANNE AWTREY
Asst. News Editor
Gators appeared on the new
frontier this past weekend color coloring
ing coloring campus with pranks and leav leaving
ing leaving it in a blaze of glory.
The Homecoming that almost
wasnt, due to seating and skit
problems, went off very well
according to General HC Chair Chairman
man Chairman Bob Perry.
I dont know how the other
committee members feel, but I
am extremely pleased, said Per Perry.
ry. Perry. I cant praise the Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming Committee too much.
There were a lot of people to
look after, gald Perry, a lot
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of minor details, but I think that
it was the biggest and best Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming ever.
Security measures to protect
Vice President Lyndon Johnson
could have been a real headache
since workers did not have any
detailed information on Johnsons
plans until late Friday morning.
At Growl, Master of Ceremon Ceremonies
ies Ceremonies Dick Stratton addressed sev several
eral several remarks to the Vice Presi President,
dent, President, as Johnson, unbeknownst to
many members of the vast audi audience,
ence, audience, headed to the airport in an
early departure from Growl.
Florida Blue Key, Homecoming
sponsors, since 1923, has had
much practice in taking responsi responsibilities
bilities responsibilities for the big weekend. This
, I years celebration was unmarred
bjr the practical jokes of the past,
bat where were points when things
; went wrong.
A couple of pie-tossing clowns
in the parade got their signals
crossed, and a cream covered pie
that was intended for a clown
target missed its mark and land landed
ed landed on a lady in the crowd who
obviously had not expected such
a part in the show.
During growl, former Governor
Fuller Warren disappeared and
could not be found when he was
expected to make an appearance
while Dick Stratton presented an
imitation of him.
The statue of Dr. A. A. Mur Murphree
phree Murphree by the Library was not
neglected during the weekend.
As Homecoming swung into high
gear on Friday someone remem rememwith
with rememwith a sign announcing, The
great pumpkin is coming.
The assembled energies of the
students and alumni rose to a
peak on Saturday afternoon and
(Continued from Page ONE)
Fraternities: Blue division:
Floats: Ist, Phi Gamma Delta
a sunburst, map and globe re representing
presenting representing education, politics,
and space; 2nd, Delta Sigma
Phi New Frontier; 3rd, Tau
Kappa EpsilonGreek temple.
House decorations: 2nd, Tau
Kappa Epsilon Roman arena:
3rd, Lambda Ghi Alpha
Gators appear on the space
Orange division: floats: 2nd
Theta C3ii three spheres sur surrounding
rounding surrounding a globe; 3rd, Sigma
Nu tiger roast.
Sororities: Floats: 3rd Delta
Delta Delta Neptune with
mermaids. House decorations:
3rd, Delta Delta Delta tigers
like Kelloggs but Gators like
Campus organizations; floats:
Ist, Hume Hall girls on a goal
post; 2nd, building Construc Construction
tion Construction tigers swelter in a fall fallout
out fallout shelter; 3rd, Araib Club.
House decorations; Ist Flavet
I Gator orbiting Tiger foot football;
ball; football; 2nd, Newman Club, prairie
scene with gator pulling a cov covered
ered covered wagon.
(Continued from Page ONE)
It will be somewhere between
the sls million proposed by Gov.
Bryant and the $25 million recom recommended
mended recommended by Assistant Attorney
General Ralph Odum, according
The figure will depend on the
predicted revenue from student
fees, according to Reitz.
Odum said last weekend that a
$25 million program could be
completely financed from anti anticipated
cipated anticipated student fees and would re require
quire require no further legislation or fee
In bidding for pledges by state
industry for higher education
Bryant said industry should tax
itself for the sake of maintain maintaining
ing maintaining a quality education program
in the face of a population ex explosion.
The Committee of 100, a state
committee of businessmen, hss
pledged itself to campaign for the
one per cent. Monies achieved by
this means wall go to a yet-to-be yet-to-beformed
formed yet-to-beformed foundation and channelled
to individual institutions, accord according
ing according to Dr. Reitz.
Funeral Rites Held
For Ag Professor
Funeral services were held yes yesterday
terday yesterday for Dr. William Burleigh
Tisdale. 71. who died Thursday.
Dr. Tisdale was plant patholo pathologist
gist pathologist emeritus with the Florida
Agricultural Experiment Station
following his retirement as head
of the plant pathology department
at the UF in 1955.
then ebbed and died away. Late
Saturday a float burned at the
entrance to the University .
physical traces of Homecoming
191 are disappearing but memor memories
ies memories of the weekend linger on.
Coming Nov. 8
The Brothers Four, the singing
group currently riding the crest
of the folk singing wave, will ap appear
pear appear in the Florida Gym Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday night Nov. 8 at 7:45.
Lyceum Council has made spe special
cial special arrangements for their ap appearance.
pearance. appearance. Since The Brothers
have been making appearances at
college campuses around the
Since this is a special program
that is not included in the Stu Student
dent Student Fee for Lyceum, there will
be a $1 admission fee.
Tickets will go on sale tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow and will be on sale every
weekday between 2 and 5 p.m. at
the information booth across from
A limited number of tickets will
be on sale at the door.
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Meetings continue after Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming activities end.
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Meeting in Florida Union 324 at
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Meeting in Florida Union John Johnson
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day Thursday at 7:00 p.m. in room 212
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quarter on a 33 yard run by
Roy Wilkins, and added another
touchdown when Dwight Robin Robinson
son Robinson intercepted Larry Libertores
pitchout at the UP 28 and went
all the way to lead 13-0 at half.
Tigers Score Again
The Tiger g scored again on an
86 yard march in six plays cap capped
ped capped by a 16 yard pass from Lynn
Amedee to end Danny Newman
to the third period and ended the
scoring with a 33 yard field goal
by Wendall Harris, who also kick kicked
ed kicked two extra points.
These bare facts dont, howev however,
er, however, point out the way the nations
number seven team dominated
the days play to the sorrow erf
the huge Homecoming crowd.
Except for the first period
drive which carried to the LBU
10 yard line and futile last
ditch march which ended in an
LSU end zone interception, the
Gatorg couldnt gt their of offense
fense offense to work.
UP fans came to life on the
first drive as the Gators drove
from their own six yard line,
on the fine running of Don Good Goodman,
man, Goodman, Sam Mack, and Lindy In Infante,
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.. From the Gators. on this play when he picked
off Larry Libertores pitchout to Sammy Mack and
rambled 25 yards for a touchdown. Dwight (Robinson,
sophomore quarterback for LSUs Chinese Bandits)
stole the ball late in the second period and turned a
tight 7-0 game into a 13-0 breakaway. The play took a
lot out of the Gators enroute to a 23-0 LSU victory.
line. Three trys got five yards
and a cash field goal attempt was
The Tigers took over there and
went the distance for the first
score. Rush by Jimmy Fields and
Earl Gros set up the Wilkins run.
Pitchout: Doesnt Work
After an LSU field goal try was
short, the Gators took over on
their 25. On the first play, Lib Libertore
ertore Libertore ran his patented pitchout
play. However, when he threw the
ball to Maok, Robinson wss right
there and scored easily.
That just about wrapped up the
game as far as the Gators were
concerned for the Tigers were
able to substitute three almost
even team while Coach Graves
trouble getting two well elevens
The UF team did put on one
last drive behind quarterback
Tom Batten, who usally plays
In the shadow of LAbertore and
Dodd. Batten hit four out of
nine passes and forced two
LSU interferance penalties to put
the ball on the Tiger five.
Here the Tigers rose up and
ended the threat with their fourth
interception of the game. The
LSU defense was this way the en entire
tire entire game as it either dropped the
Gator passers for losses or inter intercepted
cepted intercepted the ball. UIF runners could
get nowhere either.
This was the worst loss for the
Gators since Georgia Tech smash smashed
ed smashed them, 28-0, in 1956. It
gives them a 3-2-1 record for the
year and a 2-1 mark in SEC play.
The Tigers won their fifth game
in a row after dropping the open opener.
er. opener. They are 8-0 in conference
SIC Round Up
Rebs, Tigers Prep
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Lopsided scores and broken
hopes marked the SEXT* sixth
In New Orleans Georgia Tech
showed that it will be a tough
opponent for the Gators next week
as the Jackets downed Tulanes
Greenies by a 35-0 count. The Tu Tulane
lane Tulane homecoming crowd witness witnessed
ed witnessed Tech quarterback Stann Gann
and a sturdy Tech line score ear early
ly early and keep on scoring while
only allowing 4 yard rushing on
the part of the Green Wave.
Food For Thought
Second ranked nationally, Ole
Miss gave the selectors food for
thought as they routed Vanderbilt
47-0. The Rebs, with depth and
talent to spare, are reading for
their counter with LSU next
The Bengals did some tuning up
themselves as they stomped Flor Florida's
ida's Florida's Gator 23-0.
Bear Bryants Alabama show showed
ed showed both Its offensive and defen defensive
sive defensive teeth in blanking the
Houston Cougars 17-0. The Tide,
led by senior quarterback Pat-
Trammel showed that it too has
the depth it needs to remain
a contender in a long SEC sea season
son season as Bryant played both se second
cond second and third units for most of
the fourth quarter.
Auburn went to the air Satur Saturday
day Saturday to share a 24-14 victory from
Hank Howards 20th ranked Clem Clemson
son Clemson Tigers. Another brilliant quar quarterbacking
terbacking quarterbacking job, this one by Bob Bobby
by Bobby Hut, enabled the Tigers to gar garner
ner garner their third victory of the sea-
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The Gators werent completely
winless during Homeco mi n g
weekend; Coach Alan Moores UF
Soccer Club saw to that with a
5-2 win over Rollins College on
The win gave the club a car carreer
reer carreer mark of 41-3-3 since its foun founing
ing founing of 1952.
Flores Scores First
Mauricio Fiores r co captain,
started the scoring off with a
penalty kick from 12 yards out
with 19 minutes gone in the first
45 minute half.
The Gators increased their lead
to 2-0 at halftime when Manuel
Willis took a pass from Alvera
Aguirre to score after 38 minutes
had gone by.
In the second half, Willis
scored again to make it 3-0.
George Kivett added another
gold and Willy Miles made it
5-0 with a booming 40 yard kick
past the Tar goalie.
The Rollins team scored in the
final minutes against the UF team
reserves to make the final count,
5-2. The Tars had a 3-0 record
going into the game.
The next game for the squad
will be in Jacksonville, November
11, before the Gator-Georgia foot football
ball football game. The Club will face
the powerful Jacksonville Univer University
sity University team.
son against two losses.
In about the only real SEC up upset
set upset of the week Georgia took the
measure of Kentuckys Wildcats in
a close 16-15 contest. The win
brought the Bulldogs up to a .500
mark for the first time this sea season.
son. season. A 52 yard field goal by Dur Durward
ward Durward Pennington of Georgia hi hilighted
lighted hilighted the game. In other action
Mississippi State defeated one of
the top small college teams in the
nation in Memphis State by a 23-
16 mark and Tennessees Volun Volunteers
teers Volunteers defeated another small col college
lege college giant in their annual clash
with Chatannooga 20-7.
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There was little joy in the Gator
camp this weekend, but what lit little
tle little there was was directed to toward
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gia Georgia Tech.
Head Coach Ray Graves said
that the UF halfback corps, rid riddled
dled riddled with injuries the past two
weeks, would be back to almost
full strength for next weeks*
Bob (the mover) Hoover, injur-
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led in a motorcycle accident,
Bruce Starling, injured in the Van Vanderbilt
derbilt Vanderbilt game, and Paul Vargecko,
hurt in the Rice game, all will
be ready to play.
Also, Larry Libertore should
be back to normal as he came
through the LSU game with no
injuries. The only serious casual casualty
ty casualty of the contest was end Tom
Gregory who suffered a rib injury.
Most of the Gators agreed
that the Tigers were by far the
best team they have faced this
year and well deserving of their
liigh national ranking.
LSU head coach Paul Dietzel
was high in praise of Libertore,
who he called one of the finest
option runners in the nation.
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Another bright spot for the Ga Gators
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es passes to set up the most serious Ga Gator
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ternoon. afternoon. Graves said Batten
should see more action this sea season.
Reason For Delay
The long delay of the game late
in the second period was caused
by a mistake in the scoreboard
clock. The cldck went back two
minutes and when Dietzel com complained
plained complained to the official about it, he
was given a 15 yard penalty for
The Tigers drew 185 yards in
penalties during the game to set
a new conference record.