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Volumt 54 Number 13

Secretary Adams
Opposes Bonds
For Building
Secretary of State Tom Adams said in Tallahassee
this week that he's opposed to the new proposal for is issuing
suing issuing university construction bonds backed by Stu Student
dent Student fees and tuition.
Adams said, however that the plan is better than
Gov. Farris Bryant's original proposal which suggest suggested
ed suggested that the bonds be paid off from future legislative
appropriations.

GOPer Named
To Nat'l Post
Doug Midgely, president of the
UF Young Republicans Club, has
been appointed a member of the
National College Executive Com Committee
mittee Committee of the National Federation
of Young Republicans.
He was notified Wednesday
night by Craig Disttlehorst, region
3 organizational committee chair chairman.
man. chairman.
This is the second honor Mid Midgely
gely Midgely has received in the past
week. On Saturday he was ap appointed
pointed appointed Chairman of the State
College Committee at the Young
Republican convention in West
Palm Beach.
Midgely commented, I am glad
to have a chance to assist in es establishing
tablishing establishing a two party system in
the state of Florida. The Young
Republicans have honored me
with this vote of confidence.
Midgely!, as State College Chair Chairman,
man, Chairman, has appointed George Kruger
as- Secretary Treasurer of the
State College Committee of the
Young Republiean Club of Florida.
Directories'
Starts Today
New Student Directories will
be distributed free to dorm, vil village
lage village area offices and fraternity
and sorority houses today.
Off-campus residents may pick
up directories at the Information
Booth across from the Hub for
50 cents.
Others may purchase director directories
ies directories at the student government of office
fice office iq the Florida Union for sl,
according to Sam Zorn, directory
editor.
The directory will contain the
names, classifications, addresses
and phone numbers of every UF
student as stated on his registra registration
tion registration card, according to co-editor
Bill Buchalter.
Economic support for the books
comes from advertising included
in the directory, and funds from
student government.

Students T our UN

UF Delegates To Meet Nehru

Four UF students will be
among college students from all
around the United States to hear
Indian Prime Minister Nehru
sj>eak in a special conference at
the- United Nations this weekend.
Leaving Thursday for New
York were Jack Mahaffey and
Harvey Sharron, appointed by
Student Body Pres. Bruce Bull Bullock,
ock, Bullock, and Chuck Warren and
Ivan Diamond, selected for an
outstanding record in the senior
seminar in political science.
Secretary of Publicity Mike
Parks said the conference was
catted by the Collegiate Council
for the United Nations to pro provide
vide provide students with a view in
depth of the UN at this critical
moment in its history. Collegi Collegians
ans Collegians will hear Nehru speak con concerning
cerning concerning the roll of the UN with
neutral countries.
Delegate Harvey Sharron said,
I have never been to the UN.
I am looking forward to meeting
Nehru and the other delegates.
It is quite an honor to be chosen
to go.
Conference theme is 1961-UN
Year of Crisis.
UF representatives will fly to
New York from Jacksonville
Thursday morning. Thursday they
will attend a convocation at the
Hotel Commodore where Herman
Steinkraus, president of the Am American
erican American Association of the Unit United
ed United Nations, will speak.
ftom there the group will go
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As a member of the Cabinet,
Adams will get a chance to vote
against the proposal when it is
brought before the State Cabinet
for consideration within a few
weeks. The Board of Control has
already approved it.
The new proposal was advanced
by Asst. Atty. Gen. Ralph Odum.
It calls for erecting new univer university
sity university buildings, including at least
four buildings at the UF, with
money from bond issues that
would be paid off with uncom uncommitted
mitted uncommitted funds from students fees.
Adams said that Odums $27
million bond issue, unlike the
patent illegality of the Bryant
plan, was constitutional.
The secretary of state said at attorneys
torneys attorneys and bond houses in New
York declined to have anything
to do with Bryants plan when it
was explained to them. But Bryant
has reported that a Florida bank banking
ing banking group offered to buy the en entire
tire entire bond issue.
Adams said Gov. Bryant should
have provided leadership in the
last legislature if money was
needed to build more university
classrooms.
The legislature would have vot voted
ed voted the taxes needed for sls
million worth of new buildings
if Bryant had asked it to, Adams
said.
Some observers believe that
Adams nine page statement rep represented
resented represented one of the strongest cri criticisms
ticisms criticisms of a governor by a Cabinet
member in recent years.
Two Complaints
Adams listed two other ob objectionable
jectionable objectionable features of the bond
proposal:
It will take from four to seven
years to build up enough reserve
in the big pot to borrow the
money needed for the proposed
building.
Since the reason given for
nfieding the building is a big in increase
crease increase in the number of students,
tlus money in the big pot could
better be used to build dormi dormi
Jazz Conceit
Postponed
The Campus Jazz Concert, or*
iginally scheduled for Thursday
night, Nov. 9, has been indefinit indefinitely
ely indefinitely postponed, probably until the
second semester.
According to Bill Stanford, a
director of the Florida Union
Board of Student Activities, hold holding
ing holding the Concert this semester
turned out to be an impossibil impossibility,
ity, impossibility, due to Florida Union activity
conflicts.

to the United Nations building
where Parks said they will dis discuss
cuss discuss vital issues that are rele relev*\nt
v*\nt relev*\nt to the national viewpoint.
Saturday morning the students
may choose to attend one of three
panels: The Role of the Non Nonallied
allied Nonallied Nations in International Po Politics;
litics; Politics; African Development and
the UN; or the Problem of Chin Chinese
ese Chinese Representation.
Following the panels, Nehru
will address the group.

Fallout Precautions

Buildings Can Be Bomb Shelters

Many UF students might end
up in the Medical Center if
Gainesville were striken by radia radiation
tion radiation from an atomic attack.
They wouldnt be there because
they were sick, though.
The UF Medical Center is the
best building in Gainesville for
fallout protection, according to
building construction instruct o r
King Royer.
Sise Makes Shelter
Royer, also an instructor in a
Defense Department sponsored
short course being held here on
fallout protection, said the Med
Centers many stories, cement
floors and great size make it a
superior shelter.
According to a preliminary sur survey
vey survey made by Royer earlier this

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Interstate 10
To Jax May
Be Accessible
If the State Road Board gets
its way, travelers going to the
UF Georgia football game in
Jacksonville this weekend will get
to use the new 33-mile stretch of
Interstate Highway 10.
The board requested the con contractor
tractor contractor to open the road at the
urging of Ralph Rowers, board
member from Lake City. Powers
said the road had been complet completed
ed completed except for a four mile
stretch which had not shouldered.
Powers said that the contractor
agreed the road is safe for traf traffic
fic traffic and could be opened.
Opening of the route will allow
traffic originating in the west to
move from U.S. 90 onto the inter interstate
state interstate route at Sanderson and pro proceed
ceed proceed directly to the Gator Bowl.
Plans call for the highway to
be opened to traffic Friday morn morning
ing morning and closed again Monday
morning. The road should be per permanently
manently permanently opened in about a
month.

Parks said the conference dra dramatically
matically dramatically demonstrates the new
concept in the role of student ac activities.
tivities. activities.
* Nehru is most anxious to
speak with a group of American
student leaders and hear their
views, he said.
The UF was among major col colleges
leges colleges in the United States invited
to attend. A request was made
for six delegates but the UF
could only afford to send four.

year, the next best shelters on
campus are the older buildings
with concrete floors, such as
Sledd and Buckman. Their smal smaller
ler smaller amount of window space


Local Fallout Threat Comes
Months After Bomb Attack

Critical atomic fallout in
Gainesville might not come until
months after a nuclear attack,
said UF building construction in instructor
structor instructor King Royer in a speech
Tuesday night.
Royer, also a Civil Defense
short course instructor, told an
audience at Buchholx Jr. High

Univereity of Florida, GcimtvtllaFriday, November 10, 196|t

"THERE'S NO BREAKFAST CIKE THIS BREAKFAST"
Glimpses of lasi years annual Georgia-Florida
Alumni Breakfast in Jacksonville shows entertain entertainment
ment entertainment by jersey-clad "Singing Sweethearts" (above)
and a pep talk from Gator Head Football Coach Ray
Graves (left.)

Jax Alumni Breakfast
Tops Annual Gathering

Breakfast, music and banter wall
draw Florida alumni to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville for their annual gathering
before the. Georgia-Florida game.
The affair, sponsored by the
Jacksonville UF Alumni Club, is
expected to draw a crowd of 800
to meet, eat and cheer.
Jacksonville Alumni dub Pre President
sident President Ed Drew reports that Lou
Ritter, corngnissioner of highways
and airports in Jacksonville, will
serve as master of ceremonies for
the breakfast, which will be aired
over a statewide hook-up to more
than 300 of Floridas radio sta stations.
tions. stations.
The Gator Band, Cheerleaders
and Singing Sweethearts are slat slated
ed slated to perform for the crowd.
State Alumni Association Presi President
dent President Conrad G. Demro Jr., will
be on hand to present a trophy
to the Jacksonville or Alachua
County Club for having enrolled
the most members in their res respective
pective respective clubs. Last year Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville won the contest.
Special trophies also will be
awarded to Coach Buddy Crone
for his swimming teams 1960
Southeastern Conference champ championship.
ionship. championship. Coach William M. Potter
for his winning tennis team.
The event always brings sur surprise.
prise. surprise. Two years ago Georgias
fonmer head coach Wally Butts
popped in for a brief visit.
Following breakfast, hospitality
rooms will be set up in the
George Washington Hotel for those

Library Extends Hours;
(loses At 11 p. m. Now

An overflow of students during
the evening hours has caused the
library to extend its night hours.
The library has previous previously
ly previously closed at 10 p. m., will be op open
en open starting next week until 11
p. m.
Director of Libraries Stanley L.
West explained the change was
due to overcrowded conditions.
With this new change West hopes
that more students will be able
to use the facilities during the
evening hours.
Recently, nearly all the chairs
in the reading rooms have been
filled from 7:30 p. m. until 10 p.
m., the librarian said.
The biggest problems which

makes them superior to newer
buildings.
Royer said that the library
would also be a fairly good shel shelter.
ter. shelter.


School that the Gainesville area
might not be exposed to major
fallout initially after an atomic
attack.
He said that lighter dust par particles
ticles particles would stay in the upper
atmosphere until most of their
radio-activity had decayed.
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wishing to while away The hours
prior to the game.
Six blocks east of the George
Washington Hotels Gator Meet,
another group will be discussing
Gator Meat as the Georgia
Bulldogs Alumni and coaches hold
their annual breakfast.

International Activities
Board Sets New Trend

A new trend in foreign student
affairs was begun by the crea creation
tion creation this week of a Board for In International
ternational International Activities, according to
International Student Organiza Organization
tion Organization President Miguel Megias.
Megias said that the board will
coordinate the foreign student
programs on campus, promote In International
ternational International Week activities (to be
held in the spring semester) and
manage funds allocated to inter international
national international -student affairs.
Represented
Represented on the board will
be the ISO, Arab Club, Hellenic-
American Club, Latin American

have delayed the extension are
money and personnel. Currently
there is a problem in getting
qualified library assistants to
work the late hours, West stated.
Virginia Steen, library person personnel
nel personnel director, is currently inter interviewing
viewing interviewing student applicants and
making shifts within, the profes professional
sional professional staff in order to solve
the problem.
Nerw library hours will be: Mon Monday
day Monday thru Friday, 8:00 a. m. to
11 p. m.; Saturday 8 a. m. to
5:00 p. m. and 7 p. m. to 11 p.
m. Sunday 2 p. m. to 11 p. m.
The University college reading
room will continue to remain op open
en open until midnight.

He said that halls, bathrooms
and stairwells of the newer dor dormitories
mitories dormitories would also provide fair
protection for dormitory resi residents.
dents. residents.
Students would be packed in
pretty close, he said, But you
can get a lot more people in a
small area than you think.**
According to Royer, no plans
have been formulated for food
supplies for these areas, or for
the distribution of students to cer certain
tain certain buildings.
However, there is a Civil De Defense
fense Defense committee working on this
problem which will be ready to
announce assignment plans in a
few weeks.
Six building construction stu students
dents students under the direction of Roy Royer
er Royer plan to make a more exten extensive
sive extensive survey of university buildings
during Christmas vacation.

That k The Question

Two Gators 0r...
Not Two Gators

UFTraffk Court
Surveys UC
Driving Permits
Underclassmen and their par parents
ents parents will be questioned next week
in a student government survey
aimed toward reinstating off
campus weekend driving privi privileges
leges privileges for freshmen and sopho sophomores.
mores. sophomores.
Two thousand questionna ires
will be mailed to parents of so sophomores
phomores sophomores Monday to sample their
opinion on whether or not they
feel their children should be al allowed
lowed allowed to drive.
limited
Driving is now limited to up upperclassmen,
perclassmen, upperclassmen, sophomores with 3.0
averages and underclassmen liv living
ing living over one mile from campus.
The administration okayed a
three week trial period last spring
but has refused to allow the
driving privileges unless they are
justified by an evaluation survey.
(See TRAFFIC, P. 2)

Club, German Club, the student
government cafnmissioner of for foreign
eign foreign affairs, foreign student advi adviser
ser adviser Dr. Ivan Putman, and the
newly formed Indian Coud.
These responsibilities were pre previously
viously previously held by the ISO, which
was originally the only foreign
student organization at the UF.
The creation of additional
groups in recent years has led to
complaints that the ISO had lost
the right to decide alone on gen general
eral general foreign matters.
New Identity
According to Megias, the ISO
will take on a new identity as a
club rather than an organiza organization,
tion, organization, with membership open to
all foreign and American students.
He said that all coordinating
duties Will be left to the Board.
I believe, he said, that for
the first time foreign and Ameri American
can American students will be able to work
together effectively for the benefit
of the entire student bodyt.

Time Extended

UF Shows Poor Return

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STUDENTS SURVEY UNITED FUND GOAL
. 4 Jim Davis, Stanley Brown, Dava Champion

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JIM SHAPRO
. . Rhodes Candidate
Two UF Students
Candidates For
Rhodes Grants
Two University of Florida men,
selected as candidates for Rhodes
Scholarships, will be interviewed
by the state Rhodes Scholarship
Committee in Tampa on Dec. 13.
James G. Shapro, a senior Po Political
litical Political Science major from Miami,
will represent the University of
Florida, according to Dr. A. A.
Murphree, chairman of the cam campus
pus campus Rhodes Scholarship Commit Committee.
tee. Committee.
Nathan B. Simpson, a l&rst
year law student from Tampa who
is new to campus this year, is a
nominee of Washington and Lee
University.
Rhodes Scholarships were estab established
lished established in 1903 by the Will of Ce Cecil
cil Cecil Rhodes. Each year 32 men
from U.S. colleges and universi universities
ties universities are granted scholarships to
Oxford University In England.
Candidates for this academic hon honor
or honor are chosen on the basis of scho scholarship,
larship, scholarship, character, leadership and
physical vigor.
Shapros achievements include a
3.95 over all six con consecutive
secutive consecutive presidential distinguished
academic achievement awards,
membership in Phi Eta Sigma,
being vice president of Phi
Sigma Alpha, and receiving a
Harvard Tuition Scholarship for
the summer session of 6l.
He has served as president of
the Debate Society, represented
the University at a debate tour tour(See
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Eight Paget TMt Edition

Committee
Will Handle
Gator's Fate
By JACK HORAN
Gator Editorial Assistant
The question of whether
to have two alligator mas*
cots or not was handed to
the Faculty Executive Com Committee
mittee Committee by UF Pres. J.
Wayne Reitz Wednesday.
Conferring with Student Body
Pres. Bruce Bullock, Kelts was
presented with the results of a
straw poll taken In the fall elec elections.
tions. elections. Students expressed their
desire to have two six-foot alli alligators
gators alligators by a margin of 7-3.
Reptile curator Ross Allen of
Silver Springs has previously
agreed to furnish the University
with two gators whenever they
were asked for.
No Request
So far no request for the plated
beasts has been sent to Alien.
However, there are indications
that the administration may not
endorse the acquisition of new
mascots.
Bullock said Vice-Plres. Har Harry
ry Harry M. Phllpott showed him let letters
ters letters stating disapproval of the
past abuse to the retired mas-
cot, Albert.
They included mail from irate
animal lovers and humane socie societies.
ties. societies.
Reitz indicated the executives
committee decision should be
ready by next week.
Bus Fare Down
v
Pres. Bruce Bullock alee re reported
ported reported that Plants and Grounds
w;3l lower its bus rental rate
to Student Government.
Adjustment will be based on
the amount of revenue the cam campus
pus campus shuttle bus collects each
day.
Bullock also said that bus usage
by the students is increasing each
week.
Waiting For FSU
Student Government is still wait waiting
ing waiting to hear whether Florida State
will accept the goal post segment
presented to them in hopes of
establishing a revolving annual
trophy.
The 12-inch trophy, decorated
with both schools colors, was a
piece of the goal poet that was
battled for after the FSU-UF foot football
ball football game.

The United Fund drive on cam campus
pus campus has been extended one week
to give the faculty end staff
more time to reach the goal.
Originally, the campaign was
f to end Saturday, Nov. 11, but
campus chairman Annin H.
| Gropp said poor returns from
I the Medical Center have slowed
[ the progress of the drive.
I To date, $12,500 has been col-
I lected. The campus goal of $23.-
I 500 is 22 per cent f Alachua
Countys $105,000 goal.
The United Fund is depending
' heavily on the Medical Center to
| help the campus drive reach its
| goal. With 1354 employees, the
Medical Center has the largest
staff in the University.
Gropp said that he is pleased
with returns from the other ar areas.
eas. areas. Many of the team captains
have reported 100 per etnt.oon-
I tributions.
The team captains have a dif difficult
ficult difficult task; they are working
hard, and doing a good job,
Gropp said.
A group of students frc*n a Pub Publie
lie Publie Relations class have been
helping Dr. Gropp with the cam campaign.
paign. campaign.
A final progress report will
be given to the team captains at
j a luncheon Friday in the Blue
Room of the Hub.
Cancer Flick
Viewed by 3000
UF Physical Education students
are being shown films on cancer
I and its prevention tUe week. T ym
j Dean Dennis K. Stanley report reported
ed reported that more than 8,000 men stu students
dents students saw the films last week as
part of a aeries of lecturer or
the development of sound health
habits.
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Seminole Sales
For First Week
Move Mildly
The first week of Seminole
sales were satisfying and mild,
according to sales promotion dir*
ector Gary Peacock.
Students have been buying the
books directly from the Seminole
and Board of Student Publications
offices since Tuesday, Peacock
said, but few have used the
mail order plan of buying.
Under the mail order plan, a
student may send $3 and a self*
addressed, stamped envelope to
the Seminole, Florida Union, and
receive an official receipt by re return
turn return mail. When the books arrive,
this receipt will be necessary to
pick up a Seminole.
Peacock said he was pleased
with the response given the
group-buying plan by the Inter-
Fraternity Council Tuesday night.
Every fraternity agreed to use
the plan, which operates similar
to the bloc-seating plan at foot football
ball football games, except, as Peacock
said, Everybody gets a 50-yard
line seat.
February graduates should send
the Seminole office $4 and a self selfaddressed
addressed selfaddressed envelope along with
the address they wish to have the
book sent to. A receipt will be
mailed immediately and the
books will be mailed as soon as
they arrive.
In addition to the mail order
plan, books are on sale in rooms
9 and 11 in the Florida Union
from Itos p. m. daily. Dead Deadline
line Deadline for buying books is Nov. 21.
Chess Players
Capture Win
Three UF chess players won
first, second and. third places in
the Southern Regional Intercolleg Intercollegiate
iate Intercollegiate Chess Championship, held on
campus this week.
Alan Himber, Delray Beach,
won first place with a score of
five wins and no losses. Himber
won the Central Florida Open
held in Orlando last month and
the UF Chess Club champion championship
ship championship in a semester-long tourna tournament
ment tournament last spring.
Second-place winner was Bob
Cook, with a record of 4-1, and
Richard Wilson was third with
3% -1 Y.
The three winners will travel
to Washington, D. C. during the
Christmas holidays to compete in
the National Inter-colleg ia t e
championship.
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The University Libraries, com comprising
prising comprising the General Library and
11 school and college libraries,
contained 875,088 volumes and
were receiving 9,280 serials as
of June 30, 1960.

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I< this the school flag you want to be proud
of? If not, create a new one! The contest to de*
sign a new flag for UF ends Nov. 17. Cash
prizes of S2O, $lO and $5 will be awarded to
the top three entries. Submit entries to Dr.
Roy Craven in the Art Building. Winning flag
will be chosen by a committee of Bruce Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, student body president; Gary Tullis, UF
traditions chairman, and Dee Shinn, chairman
|S of the contest.

Fallout
(Continued From Page ONE)
However, when this dust fell,
it would get into food and water
more readily than the earlier
stronger radiation, while this
dust would be harmful if eaten,
it would be safe to touch, said
Royer.
Little could be done about it,
said Royer, but hope that v only
small amounts fall in this area.
According' to Royer, 35 per
cent of the national population
would be wiped out from atomic
blast and heat. Another 10 per
cent could be protected by ex extreme
treme extreme protection.
No provision is made for these
people in Civil Defense plans
now in progress.
Some 4 per cent could be pro protected
tected protected with heavy shelters. These
are included in CD plans.
Nearly 15 per cent of the pop population
ulation population could be protected by mo moderate
derate moderate shelters. This segment of
the population is being consider considered
ed considered in CD plans. The Gainesville
area is in this group.
Another 10 per cent would not
be touched by fallout, said Royer.
Actually, the amount of fall fallout
out fallout that might come to Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville would vary greatly with the
strength of the attack and wind
currents, said Royer.
He also stated that a rain could
bring down a great deal more
heavy fallout than would ordinar ordinarily
ily ordinarily fall.
The best protection from heavy
fallout would be a concrete shel shelter
ter shelter with walls two feet thick.
Royer said that one solution
would be a small, heavy shelter
in the corner of a concrete block
garage. This would be used dur during
ing during the crucial first 48 hours.
Then the garage itself might pro provide
vide provide enough protection.
Royer added that any protec protection
tion protection would be better than none.
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Rhodes
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ney held at West Point, been
orientation staff co-ordinator, held
the office of chief justice of the
student traffic court, is presently
chairman of Blue Key Speakers
Bureau, was a member of execu executive
tive executive council, was sec. and rush
chairman of his social fraternity,
Pi Lambda Phi, and all-campus
in fraternity in^ft-murals.
If he is granted the scholar scholarship,
ship, scholarship, Shapro says, I plan to read
for an Oxford B.A. in the honors
schools of philosophy, politics, and
economics, which is the equiva equivalent
lent equivalent of taking a masters degree
In political science. His specific
field of interest is international
Relations.
Simpson, an English major at
Washington and Lee, graduated
cum laude with a 3.3 over all
average. His achievements include
being on the deans list every
semester, being chief justice of
the honor court, editor of the
campus paper, member of the
executive council, president of
Scabbard and Blade, president of
Liberty Hall Society, Battle Group
Commander, member of O.D.K.
(equivalent to Blue Key), presi president
dent president of Kappa Alpha, social frater fraternity,
nity, fraternity, and a lettermaji in track.
Committees are set up on each
campus to nominate people whom
they feel qualify for this honor,
who have been students at the
school for at least two years.
These people are interviewed by
the state committee along with
state residents who are backed by
out-of-state schools.
The committee at the University
of Florida includes Dr. Murphree,
Dean Robert Mautz, Dean Ruffin
Jones, Dr. Robert Davidson.
Dr. George Wolff and Dr. Nathan
Starr.

Navy Offers ROTC
Plans For UF Males

Two long-range plans for enter entering
ing entering the Navy are available to
Florida men.
Naval Reserve Officers Train Training
ing Training Corps (NROTC) is available
to current UF students with app application
lication application deadline set for Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, Nov. 15.
Students who pass the NROTC
exam on Dec. 9 will have their
educations paid for by the Navy.
Students enrolled in NROTC
are restricted to certain majors,
mostly scientific, and must enlist
for two years in the Navy after
graduation.
NROTC applicants must not be
21 after July 1,1962. On a five fiveyear
year fiveyear major, the student must not
be 20 before the same date.
A Naval Reserve Officers Com Commission
mission Commission is the other alternative
open to the UF male, who wants
to go Navy.
A Naval Reserve Officers Com Commission
mission Commission is available to UF stu students
dents students who successfully complete
two eight week summer courses,
Lt. Commander John E. Carr,
of Gainesville Naval Reserve said
today.
Candidates selected by the
board are not restricted to any
particular major, nor do they
have to take any additional cour courses
ses courses at the UF.
Freshmen, sophomores and jun juniors
iors juniors in good standing with the
UF may apply for the program.
To be eligible, the student must
be aU. S. Citizen, be 17 years
old at time of enrolling and not
more than 27*4 at the time of
commissioning.
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Traffic
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Three thousand questionnaires
will sample underclassmen
thought on the issue later next
week. The questionnaires will be
distributed in several C-courses.
M 1
Heading the survey are Traffic
Court Chief Justice Fred Fein Feinstein
stein Feinstein and Ron Sarajian, former
member of the legislative coun council's
cil's council's committee on traffic and
parking.
The survey is being co-sponsor co-sponsored
ed co-sponsored by the student traffic court
and the committee on traffic and
I parking.



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New York City from Feb. 2 until
Feb. 11. All UF students, staff,
their husbands and wives, or
guests are eligible.
Humanities
The trip, sponsored by the Flor Florida
ida Florida Union and the Humanities
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fee includes rail transportation
with coach seats and hotel room
for seven days and nights. Also
included are a $4 New York Phil Philharmonic
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ers Four sang and cavorted be before
fore before an audience of over six thou thousand.
sand. thousand. The collegiate songsters
won three encores for their Ly Lyceum
ceum Lyceum Council performance.

of the Metropolitan Museum of
Art and a balcony seat at a
Broadway musical. It does not
include meals, personal Ips or
costs for additional entertainment.
Deposit Required
Reservations may be made in
the Program Office, Room 315,
Florida Union, and will be ac accepted
cepted accepted as long as there are plac places
es places on the tour. A deposit of S2O Is
required and is not refundable.
If the deposit is not paid by
Jan. 9, a concert ticket cannot be
guaranteed. The $65 balance must
be paid by Jan. 12. Checks should
be made out to the Florida Un Union.
ion. Union.
Mrs. Ray M. Botts, program di director
rector director of the Florida Union, and
Prof. Robert E. Carson of the
Humanities Department will be
tour leaders.
The group will attend various
afternoon activities while in New
York including the Sunday Carne-
UF Band Director
On National Board
Richard W. Bowles, director of
UF bands, ha s been appointed a
member of the National Advisory
Board of music educators.
The board is composed of near nearly
ly nearly 500 music educators and band
directors from high schools and
colleges across the nation, who
will meet by proxy to con consider
sider consider common problems and to
pool professional resources for
the benefit of music educators
everywhere.
Members of the board were
selected from several hundred
thousand music educators in the
United States, Canada and the
Philippines.

gie Hall concert, the Metropolitan
Museum of Art tour and a semi seminar
nar seminar discussion with a leading New
York playwright.
Free Time
Enough free ume will be avail available
able available for individual shopping and
sightseeing. Students may order
individual tickets to stage shows
and operas at the Metropolitan
Opera House.
All tour members will stay at
the Hotel Great Northern, 116
West 57th Street, three in a room,
triple beds with connecting bath.
Student Hurt
In Accident
Thomas W. Hurst, 621 Tolbert,
was hospitalized Monday after afternoon
noon afternoon when a Volkswagen ran into
his bicycle at the corner of Un Union
ion Union and Newell Drives on campus.
Hurst was taken to the Medical
Center emergency room for treat treatment.
ment. treatment. Doctors said that Hursts
right leg had been broken.
The car, driven by Thomas E.
Hammock Jr., was traveling north
on Union Drive when it struck
Hurst on the bicycle. Hammock
told the Police that when he got
out of the car, he saw the boy
lying on the ground injured. No
charges have been filed against
Hammock.
The rear fender, wheel and bas basket
ket basket on the bicycle were damaged
by the accident. The Volkswagen
was not damaged.
Investigating officer R. D. Mar Martin
tin Martin said one witness reported the
car had been traveling the wrong
way on the one way street be before
fore before the accident occured. Mar Martin
tin Martin said this report has not been
confirmed.

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ZHE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR

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FLORIDAS position as the nations
steppingstone to Latin America offers
the UF an outstanding opportunity
fop* cultural sharing and understand understanding
ing understanding with the nations to the south. The
University and various government
agencies are conducting programs
wijh such motives, but we find little
evidence of a sincere response or ac action
tion action on the part of UF students.
I ast summer, five Brazilian college
students visited our campus. Their
presence created little fanfare and
they were met by only a handful of
American students. However, the visi visitors
tors visitors were enthusiastic and they dis displayed
played displayed interest in everything Ameri American.
can. American.
The brief visit was responsible for
the establishment of a Student Gov Government
ernment Government project to carry out a pro program
gram program of cultural sharing between the
students of the UF and their counter counterparts
parts counterparts on campus throughout South
and Central America. The project be began
gan began with a good deal of interest and

FINANCING and distribution ar arrangements
rangements arrangements for the UF yearbook, the
Seminole, have been the subject of
much criticism in recent years. Some
students have complained that they
paicffor a book but did not receive
it. Others said they did not want a
yearbook and did not feel that they
should have to pay for it through stu student
dent student fees.
A compromise has been reached in
financing the Seminole so that a min minimum
imum minimum is now taken from each stu students
dents students fees. Those who want a copy
of the book will pay three dollars for
it;
'Z *
NEW arrangement should
ARTIFACTS

Gator Incident Prompts Faculty Action

(NOTE: The column Is eon*
Hnued.from last Issue. The nar narration
ration narration reoumes with statement*
by Dr. Daniel Ward.)
By NANCY MYKEL
'That night it was not pos possible
sible possible to tell how seriously the
alligator had been injured, be because
cause because of poor lighting. The fol following.
lowing. following. morning, before 8 oclock,
two largo pools of blood were
present in the pen, both in the
shallow end and in the deeper
water, where they had spread
out and partially mixed with
the water of the pool. Later in
the day, apparently because of
movement of the alligator, the
b-ood became further diffused
and indistinct.
A single injury was visible,
a cut on the left side of the tail
about one foot from the tip.
The ex extended
tended extended verti vertically
cally vertically for the
s K|hl height of the
tail, a d i s stanee
tanee stanee of per periM..
iM.. periM.. f; haps three
inches. The
depth of the
was about
one inch and
mAk gaped open
MYKEL- when the tail
was flexed to the right.
Although the tail was only
about three inches thick at the
point of the cut, the cut did not
penetrate deeply enough to ex expose
pose expose the bone. The depth of the
cut and the toughness of the
surrounding tissue suggest that
it was made by a blow of con considerable
siderable considerable force.
The investigating campus po police
lice police officer was R. A. Huckabee.
and the watchman whose office
Eichman callel from was J. J.
Kates, night supervisor.
The faculty disciplinary com committee
mittee committee met May 8. and heard
testimony from the witnesses.
Coach Ray Graves attended the
5-hour long meeting, which cul culminated

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minated culminated !n a decision which was
sent to Pres. Reitz.
* o o
THE COMMITTEE found that:
1. Mr. Skelly and Mr. Hoover
ate guilty of illegal entry into
the gator pen.
2. Mr. Skelly and Mr. Hoov Hoover
er Hoover are guilty of causing bodily
injury to the alligator.
3. Mr. Cash is guilty of aid aiding
ing aiding and abetting Mr. Skelly and
Mr. Hoover in their deeds.
. 4. All three were evasive
and contradictory in some
aspects.
Also, the faculty disciplinary
committee is of the opinion that
there was intent to cut off a
part of the alligators tail but
this waa not proven at the com committee
mittee committee meeting. The disciplinary
committee considers that the
three boys are equally at fault
in this incident.
"Therefore the Faculty Disci Disciplinary
plinary Disciplinary Committee recommends
that (all three) be placed im immediately
mediately immediately on disciplinary proba probation
tion probation to June 1, 1982.
Cash waa quoted by the May
sth Tampa Tribune as saying
the committee tried to trick
us up. They heard the rumor
that we tried to cut his tail off
and they tried for three and one onehalf
half onehalf hours to prove It.
* #
IN ANNOUNCING that the
trio had been placed on proba probation,
tion, probation, Pres. Reits said, Proba Probation
tion Probation proceedings are subject to
review from time to time and
may be modified in the light of
the individuals academic prog progress
ress progress and personal conduct.
May 10, the Florida Times
Union sports editor said. So
far as thousands of Florida
football fans are concerned, all alligators
igators alligators are expendable; good
halfbacks and ends are not.
His sentiment proved to be
that of many citizens, as nu numerous
merous numerous protesting letters came
into Tigert Hall.
Then, August 30, Pres. Reitz

CirciiUtiooby Sitmii Nil Futtrsity

Editorials

ideas, which, if carried out, would
place the UF in a position of familiar familiarity
ity familiarity and respect in the eyes of count countless
less countless students on foreign campuses.
College students, regardless of their
nationality, have a bond of common
interests which could very well be the
basis of a broad program of interna international
tional international understanding and good will.
* *
UNFORTUNATELY, the project
seems to have lost momentum. We
have tried without success to learn of
recent activities of the cultural ex exchange
change exchange program.
The five Brazilian students who
visited our campus probably went
home with glowing reports on the UF,
but how about the countless other
Latin American students who could
not visit us? The cultural exchange
program should be revitalized as one
attempt to inform the students of
Latin America that their counterparts
in the United States are interested in
them as friends and good neighbors.

bring an end to the grumblings about
the Seminole. It is imperative, how however,
ever, however, that every student knows and
understands the change in the dis distribution
tribution distribution system. Those who want a
Seminole must place their order be before
fore before the Thanksgiving vacation. The
extent of publicity and advertising of
the change have banished the validity
of complaints by students that they
didnt know they were supposed
to order, the book.
Students who want a Seminole
should order one at once. Those who
dont want one will not pay the three
dollar cost. This arrangement should
leave little room for complaint.

STAFF WRITERS
Carole BardeUa, Nancy Bradley, Glenda Brunson,
Carole Butler, Sue Allen Cauthen, Mike Cofodny.
Ronnie Sue Goodman, John Grant, Karen Hack. Tom
Homn. Nancy Hoofer, G. P. Laarre, Jared Lebow,
Bob Malone, Aan McAdams. Larry McGough. Gary
Peacock, Patti Pitts, Fred Schneider, Marty Schram.
£ Srodes. Sally Smith. April Stanley. Sandy Bwettxer.
Frank Westmark.
SPORTS STAFF
Sports Editor: Mike Goro
Staff Writer*; Robert Green. Ken Keyes. Fran War.
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Friday, November 10, 1961

called the Faculty Disciplinary
Committee to sessionalthough
no quorum could be obtained obtainedand
and obtainedand in the words of one commit committee
tee committee member, made the admin administrative
istrative administrative decision to allow Hoo Hoover
ver Hoover and Cash to play this year.
Skelly was not allowed to
play, however, for reasons the
UF was unable to divulge.
When asked to explain why
Skelly couldn't play, Pres. Reitz
said, I am willing to do this
within the limits of University
policy, which is not to divulge
records of students involved in
infractions of discipline and re regulations
gulations regulations Where such infractions
are not matters of police rec record.
ord. record.
. The sports writers were not
satisfied with this statement,
and finally Skelly himself listed
some of the reasons. Among
these was missing two days of
school when he attended his
brothers wedding.
* *
ANOTHER WAS that a boy
answered roll call for him in
class during summer school
without his knowledge.
Contradictory reports made at
the time of the alligator incident
was another reason he gave.
Earlier last year UF student
Harold Johnston wrestled Albert
and admitted it. He was put on
probation and lost his job.
Hoover, Cash and Ske\ly aie
all still receiving their full foot football
ball football scholarship of SI,BOO each.
The full scholarship at a
Southeastern Conference school
like Florida consists of tuition,
room, food, books and sls a
month laundry money.
The boys are not at fault any
further than their misdeed took
them.
What is at fault is the paradox
which higher education has been
drawn into in America. Double
standards have somewhat com compromised
promised compromised high standards, and
the bastard offspring is only
second rate.

iem.; ll#
There's Already Too Much Misunderstanding
In The World.
THE FLAIL

It Is Time To Try A Pollyonna Column

By JOHN MILLER
Be Nice! What are you. a
fidicai? What are you. a con conservative?
servative? conservative? What are you?
These are some of the com comments
ments comments Ive heard lately. Seems
Ive been a nasty and the world
is eager for reform. I must be
courteous, sedate, polite and,
for Heavens sake, complimen complimentary.
tary. complimentary.
So it is time for a Polly Pollyanna
anna Pollyanna column, written expressly
for the purpose of proving to the
world that I can be nice .
that I can be understanding .
that I can be insincere.
Now Why would I do such a
thing? Weil, my girl is being
insulted on the street, the Alli Alligator
gator Alligator office is
die the steady
flg 411 lons letters
ness and even
bellow Writ*
MILLER er, a mis misnomer
nomer misnomer indeed.
(By the way, Pat, thank you
for being my shield and buckler.
I looked into this Carnegie guy
you mentioned and I cant find
enough to insult him on to make
it worthwhile taking up a col column.
umn. column. Have you discovered he
has a secret affiliation With the
John Birch Society, or is there
something in his writings that
I've missed? He seems a little
goody-good-good to me!)
But I can raise controversy
even while being agreeable.
Like, I find Fred Schneiders
movie columns entertaining.
(See?) Or: I think we should
have strict equality before the
law for all and Dick Skelly
ought to be allowed to play so
we win our next game. Or: 1
really enjoy the world around
me but I feel it my duty not to
YOU WERE THERE

Everyone Has Problems at Exam Time

By PAT CALLAN
Had an assignment in photog photography
raphy photography the other day. Prof want wanted
ed wanted some pictures of MEN AT
WORK.
Being stationed in the stadium
building, I decided to tool on
over to Project Tolbert, bet-
Hter known as
the return of
the WPA of
the thirties.
It seemed a
natural loca locati
ti locati o n .
trucks, heavy
machin machinery,
ery, machinery, road
blocks, a big
mess, and
CALLAN everything else
needed by men
Who MUST be working.
However, after a futile search
for a subject at work, I came
to one conclusion. The\k must
be waiting for a miracle to hap happen.
pen. happen.
*
Did you read John Grant's
column last week? It was about
Philbricks speech. John de deserves
serves deserves a four point.
A friend had the same feel feeling.
ing. feeling. Yes. he said, we know that
communism is here. BUT
WHAT ARE WE GOING TO DO
ABOUT IT! How are we going
to stop it? Philbriek never did
say.
*
Everybody has problems.
Youve got problems. Your date
has problems. And your prof is
a problem.
Go into the Hub and listen to
the problems. Its like one, big,
happy psychiatric ward.
Look at the students on their
way to an exam. And look at
them on their return.
You can tell which ones stud studied,
ied, studied, and which ones didnt. The
first praises the prof, and the
latter condemns him;
*
A guy from your class says
hello to you and asks you
how you did on the test.
Hes not really concerned
about your welfare. Hes hop hoping
ing hoping you failed it, or -at least re received

let my delight show and thus
incite mass glee-hysteria in
those around me.
* *
PERHAPS I have been too
harsh in the past few weeks and
I should make amends. Maybe
a slogan campaign to counter counterirritate.
irritate. counterirritate. Reviews Are Better
Than Ever! (Thats a good
one.) Take A Kangaroo Home To
Lunch! (Racial problem there,
but national integrity will be
satisfied for a few.) Surveys
Prove More Men Like Girls
Than Any Other Kind! (Forget
those friends of yours.)
Or maybe a singing commer commercial
cial commercial series to spread goodwill for
me. Love Miller (dum-dum),
The Young Idealist (dum-de (dum-dedum
dum (dum-dedum de dum de dum dumdum-dum).
dum-dum). dumdum-dum). Insults The World
. . Right To Its Face. (Dum (Dumde
de (Dumde dum de dum dum
dum).
Nah! Oh, maybe: Have You
Tried Miller . The Angriest
Nut In The School? Maybe IU
even sponsor a program of mv*
self advertising myself. Since
that last one is sung to the old
Wheaties theme that used to be
on the Jack Armstrong program
(what the hell ever did happen
to the good old days?), I can
call the program. THE ALL ALLAMERICAN
AMERICAN ALLAMERICAN GRIPE!
But I digress.
*
I EVEN TRY to help out
around with suggestions, like,
if everyone is so unhappy with
this years Homecoming, lets
make next years really wild.
Lets hold it at Purdue. Or,
(heres a dandy!) lets make the
Plaza of the Americas into a
parking lot (Dya remember that
one? Its the only traditional
new idea on any United States
Campus. Ou, the old ones are
the best ones.)
I used to be always ready
with academic suggestions,
too. Years ago, I was the one
who suggested that our school
emblem should be a beagle

ceived received a lower grads than ha
did.
When your prof hands back
the next exam papers, whose
paper is it that falls to the
floor so that those around him
can see his grade. Its our curve curvesetter
setter curvesetter all right.
The guy that failed it does a
hand is quicker than the eye
trick and slips his paper into a
book as if he never took the test.
* *
Our roomie was aroused last
night by the sounds of female
voices singing Silent Night.
Thats not too unsual in our
area at 8 a m.
The shrill woke our Latin
friend who in turn asked what

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'FIRST >OJ TELL ME MXJR MAJOR.'

UNDERCURRENT

Goldwater Fighting Against New GI Bill

By JOHN GRANT
When Herbert Philbrtck spoke
at the UF, one erf the most in interesting
teresting interesting comments he made
was that there is no need to
worry about starting a third
world war; We are already in
it, he assured us.
With this information in mind,
it occurred to me that all the
poor troops now in service, or
who have served since the Ko Korean
rean Korean GI bill ran out, have been
cheated out of a chance for ed educational
ucational educational assistance.
Suppose Philbrick is right and
we are in some kind of war, be
it hot, cold, economic, psycho psychological
logical psychological or ex-
that our serv-
World War II
and the Ko- -
rean police GRANT
action
It seems that the Senate of
the United States is in agree agreement
ment agreement with me on thi# issue. In
fact a bill. (S-349) has been
passed by that august body pro-

hound reclining in slumber be beneath
neath beneath a tall tower with the
motto, LETT A SLEEPING
DOG LIE. They didnt accept
that one. Then I thought we
should make the goal posts out
of papier mache just in case.
Well, you know they didnt try
that one. either.
I even had an idea that boys
and girls became men and wom women
en women when they became young and
foolish but they get testy and
crabby and write letters and
comments and feel angry and
insulted while I became a con confused
fused confused and frustrated and write
columns that are nice and ex explanatory
planatory explanatory while still remaining
sarcastic and snooty.
* #
TO SHOW that I am reform reforming
ing reforming and putting others first from
now on, though, I will hereon ap append
pend append a list of topics for future
reviling so that you may rush
to your typewriters and get a
head start on writing letters to
the editor. It will not be neces necessary
sary necessary to read the column first;
apparently no one ever does.
TOPICS: Scope; the meaning
of informal dress at Frolics;
the meaning of the term fink
in the academic world; the li library
brary library situation; the preroga prerogative
tive prerogative of departmental grade gradechanging;
changing; gradechanging; short skirts on long longand/or
and/or longand/or short-legged women;
dorm rules for women; the new
conduct, innovations at the Uni University
versity University of Miami and will they
come to the University of Flor Florida;
ida; Florida; the problem of student gov government
ernment government and other sick humor
at the University of Florida.
Until that time, I leave you
with a series of Thoughts For
Young Collegians: Join a locai
Rate Group! Support your
country by abusing its free freedoms
doms freedoms
(There, now my girl wont be
hollered at anymore. Better
say goodbye to her. Goodbye,
my love, reading from left to
right . .)

the noise wu. His question con confirmed
firmed confirmed that we werent dream dreaming.
ing. dreaming.
So we went to the window to
investigate.
There's a giant out there,
the Latin said. Thats not unu unusual
sual unusual for our area either.
Rather than go outside and
face the giant, our Latin friend
called to the fair sex from the
window.
Get rid of the giant, and
come inside, he said.
By that time, the girls had
finished their song. They gath gathered
ered gathered their tent and rode off on
camels. Thats unusual.
So tonight, our whole area
is star gasing.

viding for just such benefits.
The bill, called the Veterans
Readjustment Assistance Act of
1961, has been passed by the
Senate in the first session of
Congress this year.
Eligible for benefits are any
who have served 180 days or
more between January 31, 1955
v termination date for the Korean
Bill) and July 1, 1963 when the
current compulsory draft law
ends.
The vet must have been dis discharged
charged discharged under conditions other
than dishonorable.
* *
PERHAPS THE most disap disap-
- disap- npw's for som '"H.
ers is that thoso werving the ? f
active duty as six-month *vserv *vservists
ists *vservists are not eligible for any pro provisions
visions provisions of the bill.
Here are some of the provi provisions
sions provisions of the bill as it stands
ready to go before the lower
house January 1,1962.
The veteran receives a day
and a half benefit (educational)
for every day in the service with
a maximum of 36 months entitle entitlement.
ment. entitlement. Payment is in monthly in installments
stallments installments of sllO for vets with
no dependents/ $135 for those
with one dependent, and $l6O
for those with more than one
dependent.
The bill also provides for
home loan assistance, vocation vocational
al vocational training, correspondence
courses, full-time institutional
on-the-job timning courses and
such courses as flight training.
Those who wish to take ad advantage
vantage advantage of the bill must do so
within three years of their dis discharge
charge discharge or within three years
or enactment of the bill if they
have already served their time.
They must complete their pro programs
grams programs within eight years of re release
lease release from the service or eight
years after their discharge. The
bill terminates in January of
1973.
* *
SOUNDS LIKE a pretty nice
deal doesnt it? I for one will
be willing to pay the extra
taxes to sefe such a bill passed.
There are about four million
people who will become eligible
for benefits by 1973 should it
pass.
It might be interesting to see

IftpOii Campos Max Shulman |
C v/ (Author of I Was a Teen-age Dwarf', The Many
Lotts of Dobie Gillis, etc.)
; ' S'
POVERTY CAN BE FUN
It is no disgraoe to be poor. It is an error, but it is no disgraoe.
So if your purse is empty, do not skulk and brood and hide
your head in shame. Stand tall. Admit your poverty. Admit it
freely and frankly and all kinds of good things will happen to
you. Take, for instance, the case of Blossom Sigafoos.
Blossom, an impecunious freshman at an Eastern girls
college, was smart, as a whip and round as a dumpling, and
scarcely a day went by when she didnt get invited to a party
weekend at one of the nearby mens schools. But Blossom never
accepted. She did not have the rail fare; she did not have the
clothes. Weekend after weekend, while her classmates went
frolicking, Blossom sat alone, saved from utter despair only
by her pack of Marlboros, for even an exchequer as slim as
Blossoms can afford the joys of Marlborojoys far beyond
their paltry price: rich, mellow tobaccos, lovingly cured and
carefully packed, and an exclusive selectrate filter. Croesus
himself could not buy a better cigarette!
However, Marlboros most passionate admirersamong
whose number I am paid to count myselfwould not claim that
Marlboro can entirely replace love and romance, and Blossom
v bSm
'4&pt x
Then one day came a phone call from an intelligent sopho sophomore
more sophomore named Tom OShanter at a nearby mens college. Blos Blossom,
som, Blossom, said Tom, I want you to come down next week for the
barley festival, and I wont take no for an answer.
No, said Blossom.
Foolish giri, said Tom gently. I know why you refuse
me. It is because you are pom*, isnt it?
Yes, said Blossom.
I will send you a railroad ticket, said Tom. Also a hard-
boiled egg in case you get hungry on the train.
But I have nothing to wear, said Blossom.
Tom replied, I will send you one suit of cashmere, two gowns
of lace, three slacks of velvet, four shoes of calf, five socks of
nylon, and a partridge in a pear tree.
That is raoet kind, said Blossom, but I fear I cannot
dance and enjoy myself while back home my poor lame brother
Tiny Tim lies abed.
bend him to Mayo Brothers and put it cm my tab, said Tom.
You are terribly decent, said Blossom, but I cannot
come to your party because all the other girls at the party
will be from rich, distinguished families, and my father is but
a hum We woodcutter.
T will buy him Yoeemite, said Tom.
V>u have a great heiart, said Blossom. Hold the phone
while I ask our wise and kindly old Dean of Women whether it
is proper for me to accept all these gifts.
>he went forthwith and asked the Dean of Women, and the
1 )ean of Uomen laid her wise and kindly old hand on Blossom a
cheek and said, Child, let not false pride rob you of happiness.
Accept these gifts from Tom.
Oh. bless you, Wise and Kindly, breathed Blossom,
dropping grateful tears into the Deans reticule. I must run
and tell Tom.
Yes, run, child, said the Dean, a smile wrinkling her wiee
and kindly old eyes. And ask him has he got an older brother.
# 1961 MaxSkuima

The makers of filter-tip Marlboro who bring you this col-
umn, are also the makers of non-Mter king-size Philip
Morris Commanders, who also bring you this column. Hava
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who opposed the bill in the Sen Senate.
ate. Senate.
Remember our old friend
Barry Goldwater. the great
voice of conservatism, the hero
of Newburgh, The Conscience of
a conservative? Well, as you
might have expected, Mr. Gold Goldwater
water Goldwater took umbarge to the bill.
Big government interference
you know. Here is wh?t he had
to say about it: 'the bill would
confer upon veterans whose
total military service occurred
durin v peacetime, benefits sub substantially
stantially substantially the same as those
benefits to veterans who served
during time of war.
The hazards erf war and oth oth?r
?r oth?r handicaps, experienced by
die veterans of World War II
and Korea, are not present to
the same degree during peace peacetime.
time. peacetime.
* 4
I DO NOT SEE how Gold Goldwater
water Goldwater can split a hair like wait waiting
ing waiting out a two year truce in a
mudhole in Korea or patrolling
the Berlin wall while Holmes
Alexander and Khrushchev
threaten war at each other.
Either duty is tedious and some somewhat
what somewhat nerve wracking. Either is
equally deserving of a like re reward
ward reward I should think.
It is difficult to imagine that
the troops would resent big
government interference with
their rights in gaining an oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity for education, despite the
aristocratic indignation of Gold Goldwater
water Goldwater and his two colleagues in
dissent, Winston Prouty and
John G. Tower.
Os course Goldwater, with his
fat-cat philosophy has just
enough mental suet to slow
down and eventually stop his
mental processes before they
get around to considering how
the bengficients might feel about
benefits.
I for one will be rooting for
an affirmative vote when the bill
goes to the house in January. I
might suggest that any of the
readers who caught the letter
writing fever while Philbrick
was here might have a chance
to relieve the pain by putting
:;j a line or two on behalf of
the young men who are defend defending
ing defending what we choose to call the
American way of life.



Road Projects
Fail Inspection

State Road Department inspec inspectors
tors inspectors refused for the second time
this month to approve UF road
improvements.
Road inspector G. D. Barnhart
said that construction by the
Manley Construction Co., Lees Leesburg,
burg, Leesburg, along Stadium Road frpm
Tolbert Hall to Fraternity Row,
One of the finest tributes to the
character of the students at the
University of Florida is the fact
that the Student Body is a self selfgov
gov selfgov erning group. UF catalog

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did not meet state standards on
road base construction.
A company spokesman said
the job was turned down because
recent rain had lessened the
density of the lime rock base
on which the pavement is to be
placed.
The official said that work on
the 800 yard stretch of road, be begun
gun begun in August, would probably
be finished in early December.
He added that the road would
probably be open to light traffic
by the end of next week.

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Male Poe Kits For Sale Soon

For a donation of 25 cents
to Dollars for Scholars. male
students next week can get a
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Faculty Club Seeks
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united only by the plumbing in
the walls. according to Dr. Cor Corbin
bin Corbin Carnell, vice president of the
Faculty Christian Fellowship.
Our organization attempts to
unite the various fields represent represented
ed represented on campus by holding month monthly
ly monthly luncheon meetings, Dr. Car Carnell
nell Carnell said.
Discussion at the meetings at attempts
tempts attempts to find common interests
among the diverse academic and
personal interests represented.
Often we are surprised at the
common ground so many of our
areas are founded upon, he said.
The Faculty Christian Fellow Fellowship
ship Fellowship is a national organization
which publishes the niagaz in e
Christian Scholar which can be
found in the humanities room of
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Club Activities Intensify

By APRIL STANLEY
Gator Staff Writer
Speakers, elections and regat regatta
ta regatta plans highlight this weeks
club activities.
ENGLISH: Dr. John A. Penrod
will speak on Academic Free Freedom"
dom" Freedom" at 7:30 p. m. Monday in
Bryan Lounge, Florida Union.
ISO: Meeting Friday from 7:00
to 8:30 p. ni. in Florida Union,
Johnson Lounge.
BLUE KEY SPEAKERS BU- j
No Conflict in
Trial Testimony
In the story of the first Honor
Court jury trial in the last edi edition
tion edition of the Alligator, the testi testimony
mony testimony of witnesses was conden condensed
sed condensed to avoid too much detail.
Noting a student reaction that
the stor / had presented the de defense
fense defense in a non guilty light, Al Alligator
ligator Alligator reporter Tom Gibson ex explained
plained explained that the most convincing
testimony for the offense was too
technical in nature to be present presented
ed presented concisely.
He referred to a chemistry pro- i
lessors analysis of the students j
answers, involving arrangement of
melting points of materials.
Quizzed Juror
Gibson said he later quizzed a
juror who said that it was the
professors technical test imony
that convinced the jury.
Gibson also said that the con conciseness
ciseness conciseness of his reporting had
created a non-existant contra contradiction
diction contradiction of witnesses evidence.
The testimony of James Matro Matrosky
sky Matrosky was so written that it appear appeared
ed appeared to be in direct contradiction
of Dr. George Ryschewiscth. Ry Ryschewitschs
schewitschs Ryschewitschs testimony said the
ten mistakes on the defendants
exams were identical,' and the
chance for coincidence was one
in a billion.
Not Un-Natural
Metroakys testimony said in
effect that mistakes of this type
were not un-natural when viewed
question by question on all 450-
500 exams. He also said when the
two papers were viewed side by
side, the mistakes are rare.
In the same story the defense
was quoted in the cross examina examination
tion examination of Ryschewitsch as asking
Thats a legal term, were you
coached by the prosecution? The
defense actually said, This is a
word peculiar to legal termino terminology,
logy, terminology, were you coached by the
prosecution?
The University of Florida is
.ocated in Gainesville, a city of
approximately 45,000, excluding
University students. Situated in
Northcentral Florida, midway be between
tween between the Atlantic Ocean and the
Gulf of Mexico, the city is known
as an agricultural and small in industrial
dustrial industrial center.UF catalog.

Sophisticated Swings Out
As 'Casual Keys Frolics

The days of a sophisticated fall
frolics are over.
Harry James has been replaced
by rock n roll, and instead of
formal gowns the girls are wear wearing
ing wearing school clothes and flat shoes.
Frolics chairman Wilson Atkin Atkinson
son Atkinson this week explained reasons
for the unprecedented casualness
for the concert-dance Nov. 17.
Atkinson said the frolics format
calls for a more informal dress.
It would be incongruous to sit on
bleachers to watch the concert in
a cocktail dress or formal, he
said. Nor do high heels and
rock n* roll dancing go together.
School Clothes OK
Last week Panhellenic presi president
dent president Flossie Copeland said

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REAU: Meetings Saturday, Sun Sunday
day Sunday and Monday at 2:30 p. m. in
the Florida Union, Rm. 215.
APO: Meeting at 7:00 p.m. on
Monday in Florida Union,
Rm. 208.
ALPHA CHI SIGMA: Meeting
in Florida Union, Johnson Lounge
on Monday at 8:30 p.m.
AMERICAN SOCIETY OSF CIV CIVIL
IL CIVIL ENGINEERS: Meeting at
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nice school clothes and flat
shoes are to be worn by women.
Atkinson said a shirt and 11 e
would be fine for men, but sug suggested
gested suggested that a good sport shirt and
slacks would be more appro appropriate.
priate. appropriate.
Atkinson said the frolics com committee
mittee committee has incorporated both the
concert and dance in order to
have a bigger turnout.
Concert Got Crowd
Until last spring, frolics never
had the support of the whole
student body. For the concert,
however, almost as many inde independent
pendent independent tickets were sold as
those bought by fraternity men.
Atkinson said with this format,
independents without dates may

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discussion of Thanksgiving Regat Regatta
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still come to see the show and
leave before the dance.
The evening starts at 8:30 as
a concert, with entertainment by
Comedian Woody Woodbury, cur currently
rently currently filming a TV show in
Hollywood. Following Woodbury,
whos from Ft. Lauderdale, the
Highwaymen will perform their
big hit song, Michael, and their
newest release. Gypsy Rover.
Master of Ceremonies for the
concert is Dutch Schaeffer of
WDVH radio.
At 11 p. m. the concert will bow
out to Joe Jones and bis rock
*n roll band for two hours of
dancing on the gym flOdf: Jones
best-known recording is You
Talk Too Much.
Frolics this fall is featuring the
lowest prices in the history of
the affair. Fraternity tickets are
$2.50 a couple and independents
will be charged $1.35 per person.
Tickets go on sale Nov. 12 from
11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the infor information
mation information booth across from the
Hub.
Frolics is sponsored by the In Inter-Fraternity
ter-Fraternity Inter-Fraternity Council. Committee
chairman is Wilson Atkinson. PI
Kappa Alpha. Other committee committeemen
men committeemen are Bill M&rr, Pi Kappa
Alpha, entertainment and John
Meyer, Pi Lambda Phi, in charge
of decorations.
Every enrolled student, having
paid his activity fee, is a mem member
ber member of the Student Body and has
equal vote in its government.
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Partying UF Greeks Jax Bound

Jacksonville will be the biggest
party -scene this week as Greeks
go en~ "masse to see the Gators
play Georgia.
Optimistic Phi Gams plan a
victory party after the game at
the Mayflower Hotel. Freddie
Harvey and the Rock n Roll
Kings-will play while the Fijis
twist, hully gully and also dance.
Brothers Four
The _Brothers Four were guest
of honor at the Fiji Hut this week.
After the main show, the Broth Brothers
ers Brothers entertained the local brothers
and pledges.
The Pi Lambda Phis are
also planning a gala post postgame
game postgame affair in Jacksonville. Pi

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Socially Speaking

Lam social chairman Bob Altman,
has assured one and all that in
addition to a big name band for
the party, he has obtained the
services of the Georgia Bulldogs
for the football game.
Pi Kappa Phis will entertain
actives and pledges of Kappa Al Alpha
pha Alpha Theta with a pizza party Fri Friday
day Friday evening on the Pi Kap patio.
5 Party in Jax
Saturday the Pi Kaps will go to
Jacksonville where they will sup support
port support the Gators and party at a
brothers home in the P.M.

Sig Bps will be entertained for
a buffet luncheon at the home of
Mayor Haydon Burns, a Sig Ep.

Hints For
Trip Guide
By LEA BUSSEY
Gator Feature Editor
With the mass exodus of stu students
dents students leaving for Jacksonville
and the Florida Georgia game,
many will be spending the week weekend
end weekend in Jax for the first time.
For those who are infrequent
visitors to the city on the St.
Johns River, here are some
hints as to how to get the most
out of the weekend.
Get Ready, Get Set
First and foremost leave
early. Get a head start. Traffic
for this weekend beccenes heavy
and congested by mid morning
because people from all over
Florida and Georgia will be
streaming into the city for the
traditional game.
If you are unfamiliar with the
new expressway system, leading
into Jax, find out about it.
Chances are the drive from
Gainesville will take at least one
and one-half hours.
Amusement-wise Jacksonville
offers the advantages and choices
of a big city.
Dining Tips
Students seem to patronize res restaurants
taurants restaurants such as Lebs, Lubenos,
and Bernies somewhat informal
and friendly for dinner or af after-date
ter-date after-date snacks.
For those who prefer a more
fonmal type of meal, there are
pumerous restaurants.
Florida Georgia weekend is
exciting but remember that
crowds will be bigger than ever.
Reservations are a good way of
insuring that places are kept.

For brothers not leaving town an
informal hi-fi party is planned.
Wednesday the Sig Eps had an
informal dinner party with the Chi
Omegas.
A beach party is planned for
KAs in Jacksonville before the
game. Afterwards, they will party
in Jax with the Five Knights.
The KAs socialized with the
Kappa Deltas Wednesday.
Post-Game Party
About 30 Theta Chis and dates
plan to sit in a bloc at the Gator
Bowl. After the game the group
will party at a brothers home.
For those not going, there will
be a listening party behing the
red door. s ,
Pikes and their dates will also
travel north to see the g*ne. Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night parties will be at
different Pike's homes in town
Tonight D Phi Es will socialize
with the Theta Chis for dinner
and dancing.
IN THE DARK

'Brothers 4' Draw
Onions From Critic

By FRED SCHNEIDER
Gator Amusements Editor
Have just returned from what
was billed as a performance.
In same, I managed to detect ev every
ery every earthy vulgarity that one has
refrained from ever mentioning
in mixed company.
There is no doubt in my mind
that The Brothers 4 have
brought to Gainesville the gist of
; poor taste. Cloaked in the aura
lof success from their record
Gi'eenfields, they came to
the UF as singers and decided
that they were also comedians.
If comedy is what was por portrayed
trayed portrayed in the Florida Gymnasi Gymnasium
um Gymnasium last night, then I would rath rather
er rather not laugh. It is high time
that UFers look for something
more than off-color humor.
The attempt at a standing ova ovation
tion ovation for this group was the most
noticable faux pas of evening.
Luckily, it was an almost at attempt.
tempt. attempt.
Movies
The State Theater has brought
another lewd-nude to the screen
billed as Sexsational Sabrina.
She is starring in a movie of
dubious quality called Magdal Magdalena.
ena. Magdalena.
The story line smacks of the
Biblical Magdalena, what with
the fall of innocence to the
depths of prostitution, and all
that.
One of the funniest scenes in
the movie involves Sabrina (as
Maggyi) taking a shot of heroin.
Her expression (an attunapt at
misery) tends to cause hysterical
laughing in the theater and an
increase in the sale of Turns.
Someone was trying to tell a
story with this flick but it hits
off-target.
The most horrible part of all is
that the picture is starring a sex sexbombshell
bombshell sexbombshell and expects a sober
attitude from the crowd when ehe
switches to a serious role.
Fanny
Fanny is a very long mov movie.
ie. movie. There are parts that could be
cut, but we are not supposed to
mention this.
Fanny has some very clev clever
er clever and humourous lines in it
. very aptly delivered by both
Maurice Chevalier and Charles
! Boyer.
The story is light and airy and
at times, very sad. Leslie Caron
is Fanny.
Originally a Broadway music musical,
al, musical, (now turned Drama), Fan Fanny
ny Fanny will be playing thi s weekend
at the Florida Theater.
Lil Abner
Last, but not least, as far as
! theyre concerned The Florida
Union Movies.
Lil Abner is another among
the many Broadway shows that
just didnt quite weather the tran transition
sition transition to a film.
The lines are funny, because j
they are so unfunny. I laughed
hysterically at lines that were
not supposed to be humourous.
There is a definite speech de-;
feet in the Dogpatchers and
is it ever played up.in the tnovie. |
Those members of the UF i

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j: can dishes will be served by jij
E[ costumed waitresses. Dr. .jij
11 Raymond Crist, professor of ||
*: geography, will discuss Latin jij
E; America following the meal. ||
Ji Charge is $1 for students j§
jj! and $1.25 for others. Reser- §
[i vations can be made today jj;
!i; in Room 315 of the Florida \\\
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Ross Allen Talks Here
The public is invited to attend
a program given by rattlesnake
milker Ross Allen for the UF
Forestry Club.
Allen, who gave UF its mascot,
Albert, will appear in Room 2,
McCarty Hall at 7:30 Monday
night.
'wenty-five cents will be charg charged.
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Speech Dept. who flinch at
speech defects used ip jest, will
definitely enjoy this flick.

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Campus Religious Groups Plan
I Relief for Exam-Weary Students

This weekend the centers are
planning discussions and pi c cnics,
nics, cnics, which will be welcome re relief
lief relief for students during exams.
CATHOLIC STUDENT CEN CENTER
TER CENTER : Saturday the center will
have a backyard bar-b-q and lis listening
tening listening party for the Georgia
game. Students will meet at the
center at 11:30 a. m. All you
can eat for 50 cents! At 8 p. m.
there will be a fund raising
dance at the center. Donation is
50 cents per person.
Sunday evening Father William
Trainer will give a lecture titled
; Annulment and Divorce: Is
iThere A Difference?
EPISCOPAL UNI VERSI T Y
i CENTER: The usual Sunday
schedule will be followed this
weekend.
Holy Communion Services will
be held Tuesday at 6:50 a. m.
and Wednesday at 5 p. m.
The second family night cover covered
ed covered dish supper will be held Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday at 6 p. m. in Weed Hall,
directly behind the chapel.
LUTHERAN STUDENT CEN CENTER:
TER: CENTER: Gamma Delta will have a
business meeting and discus discussion
sion discussion topic Sunday at 6 p. m. The
topic will be "God and Space.
Dr. Richard Hiers of the de department
partment department of religion, will speak
at the Lutheran Student Associa Associations
tions Associations supper meeting Sunday
evening. His topic will be "The
Logos Is It Greek to You?.
PRESBYTERIAN UNIVERSITY
CENTER: Tuesday and Wed Wednesday

nesday Wednesday at 4 p. m. study groups
will be conducted on "An Exam Examination
ination Examination of Basic Christian Be Beliefs.
liefs. Beliefs. These study sessions at
the center will continue for about
six weeks.
Vespers will be held Thursday
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In one of Tuesdays
Oran g e Intramural
play off games.
Andy Kronstadt (top)
shows how he scored
three TDs in the Sigma
Nu Tep game last week
as he moves for yardage
with a Kenny Levitt pass
against ATO. This was

typical in the Teps 25-6 the crowds in Sig KA
victory. playoff game. The Kappa
A fleet Kappa Sig (hot- Sigs meet the Teps next
tom) shows his heels to week in the semi-finals.
Sloan Cages Women For Meeting

Young, handsome, and married
cage coach Norman Sloan will
hold a basketball clinic just for
the gals.
Monday night, November 13, at
7:30 in the Florida Gym coach

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Sloan, assisted by assistant coach
Perry Moore, and frosh coach
Jim McCachem, wilt explain the
fundamental rules of basketball to
all interested young ladies.
No men allowed.

Orange and Blue League foot football
ball football ranks got narrowed down
considerably this week as the
top teams in each league prepare
for next weeks champions hi p
play-offs.
Independent League
The Independent League basket basketball
ball basketball tourney is also drawing to
a close as the Fletcher Ka t s
meet the winner of the Olympian-
Trailers game for the champ championship.
ionship. championship.
Volleyball is the next Off-
Campus League sport. Georgia
Seagle took the basketball tro trophy
phy trophy with a 6-0 record. Earl
Montgomery starred for the
Seaglites, as he scored 16 of
the 25 points In their final vie*
troy.
Orange League
In the Orange League bracket
one winners, Phi Delta Theta
meets Alpha Epsilon Pi winners
of bracket three and Tau Epsilon
Phi, winners of bracket two meet
bracket fbur winners Kappa Sig Sigma.
ma. Sigma.
The winners of these contests,
scheduled for Monday afternoon,
November 13, will meet in the fi finals
nals finals the following day.
Phi Delta Theta wrapped up
their bracket title by smashing Pi
Lambda Phi 31. 19 in a game
played Tuesday afternoon. The

Gator Cagers Work
Toward Duke Game

Floridas 1961 edition fighting
Gator basketball team is stead steadily
ily steadily working itself into shape for
the Dec. 1 opener with Duke
at Durham, N. C.
The Gator cagers have been
practicing since Oct. 15 for the
coming season.
Head coach Norman Sloan said
he is expecting a great year
from Lou Merchant and cliff
Luyk.
Captain Merchant
Merchant is the team captain
and was chosen as a member of
the Southeastern Conference first firstteam
team firstteam squad last season in his jun junior
ior junior year.
After winning but 6 of 22
games the year before, the
Gators bounced back and won
15 games out of 26 decisions.
They were picked to do no
better than the previous year.
Certainly, Sloans arrival was
instrumental in the fine record.
The youthful mentor has been a
highly successful coach. Sloan
was chosen by opposing coach coaches
es coaches as the SEC Coach of the Year
for his efforts.
Luyk Back At Centelr
Forming the nucleus for this
years team along with Merch Merchant,
ant, Merchant, will be Luyk, the 6-7 senior
center. Luyk was the second
leading rebounder in the confer conference
ence conference last year and was one of
the top scorers. 'n
Along with Merchant and Luyk
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team will be junior Carlos Mor Morrison,
rison, Morrison, and junior Buddy Bales.
Morrison is 6-3 and saw much
action last season at one of the

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Blues, as do the other three fi finalists,
nalists, finalists, go into the semi final
round undefeated. Led by Don
Rutledge and a host of speedy
frosh they look like a tough
horse to stop.
TEP took their third game and
bracket title Tuesday afternoon
as they crushed Alpha Tau Ome Omega
ga Omega 25-7.
The ATOs scored in the
first few minutes of play but
the TEPs under the direc direction
tion direction of coach Ed Robbin, and
field general Ken Leavit, came
back via tough defensive play
to gamer the win.
Defensively outstanding for
the TEPmen were Paul Cone,
Mike Grossman, and Andy Kron Kronstadt.
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AEPi moves into the final
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Kappa Sig Wins
Kappa Sigma posted wins over
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Delta Tau
Delta, and Kappa Alpha on their
way to finals competition. They
defeated KA in a play off
Thursday afternoon. Joe Campbell,
quarterback starred for the Kap Kappa
pa Kappa Sigs.

forward positions. He has trem tremendous
endous tremendous spring and rebounds cap capably
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ents. opponents.
Bales is the little man on the
team at 5-10 and is an excellent
ball handler and defensive player.
Several transfers have
brightened basketball hop es
for the future. Tom Barbee of
Brevard, N. C. and Jim Jar Jarrett
rett Jarrett of Orlando, have both look looked
ed looked impressive in drills, ac according
cording according to Sloan.
While pleasantly surprising bas basketball
ketball basketball buffs last season, with
their spirit and hustle, the team
began a home field unbeaten
streak which they hope to extend
this year.
Fans will get a chance to see
the team in action Nov. 20 in the
annual Dollars for Scholars ex exhibition
hibition exhibition game. This event pits
the varsity against the fresh freshman
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The Florida Alligator Friday, November 10, 1961

i
IIF-Georgia in Jax ;'Bama Leads SEC

By ROBERT GREEN
Gator Sports Writer
Tradition will be the attraction
Saturday afternoon when an
expected 50,000 fans jam into
Jacksonvilles Gator Bowl to
watch, the 30th meeting between
Georgia and the Gators.
Neither team is enjoying a good
Reason with the Bulldogs losing
four of their seven games and
the Gators all even so far with
a three win-three loss one tie
record. Both teams lost last week
with Georgia falling 32-7 to Miami
and the Gators being beaten 20-0
by Georgia Tech.
Still, both schools have many
aliynni in the area to impress,
plus the fact that a win is pre precious
cious precious to both squads. This should
make the contest a hard-fought
one. Tr
Georgla-Up and Down
Georgia, under new Coach John
Griffin, is experiencing an up and
down season. The Bulldogs, after
dropping their first two contests,
came back to win three of their
next four.
Last weekend, however, they

Monday Afternoon

Frosh Meet Tiger Cubs At Auburn

By MARTIN EDWARDS
Gator Sports Writer
The University of Florida freshman football team
has been going through its final stages of practice in
preparation for its season-ending football game with
the Auburn Tigers at Auburn, next Monday.

The Gator team so far has com.
piled a 2-0 record and is consider considered
ed considered by the coaches as one of the
finest freshman teams in Florida
history., Florida opened its cam campaigmpy
paigmpy campaigmpy walloping Georgia 42-19,
to live up to all its advance no notices,
tices, notices, and then polished off Mi Miami
ami Miami 14-8, for its second victory of
the season.
Florida will be out for its sec second
ond second undefeated season in tile
last three years, and will have
to defeat one of the toughest
frosh teams In the Southeastern
.Conference .to reach this goal..
Aubuirn has a record of one win
and one tie and is always tough
to beat at home.
Auburn Might
The Tigers have a strong line
which is led by tackles Don Heller
and A1 Rohlert. The Tiger defense
is the best in the conference as
only six points have been scored
against Auburn this year. Au Auburn
burn Auburn boasts of a great backfield
which is led by All Southern
quarterback Jimmy Sidle and last
year I ** top ground gainer in the
state of Florida, South Browards
Tucker Frederickson. The other
halfback will be Richard Ray and
another Florida product, David
Rawson, will start at fullback.
Florida, meanwhile, boasts of
a well-balanced squad, with
emphasis on team speed. Hie
Gators will start Ken Werth and
John Cory at ends, 245 pound
Dennis Murphy and John
Thompson at tackles, and Bill
Rlchboug along with Jerry
Davis at guard positions. Either
Roger Pettee or Max Bilinski
.will start ait center
Hit Gator backfield is an ex explosive
plosive explosive one, and will include Tom
Shannon at quarterback,* Larry
Dupreo-and Jerry Newcomber at
the halfs, and Billy Joe James
will start at fullback.
Shannon Leader
. Shannon has proved to be an
excellent leader and has tallied
four erf the Gator touchdowns this
season, to mix ntnning talent with
his passing ability to make him a
double threat quarterback.
Dupree la an explosive run runner,
ner, runner, and ripped off several 10
yard carries against the hapless

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played probably their worst game
of the season against Miami.
They gave up four fumbles, three
interceptions, and had a punt
blocked.
Lack of offense has hurt,
Georgia. Several of their bright brightest
est brightest stars graduated including
AU-SEC quarterback Fran Tar Tarkenton
kenton Tarkenton and halfbacks Fred
Brown and Bobby Walden.
Sophomore Larry Rakestraw is
attempting to fill Tarkentons big
shoes and is doing a fair job of
it so far. Fullback Bill Godfrey
and halfback Bill McKenny give
the Dogs running strength but
Godfrey was hurt in the Miami
game and may not play.
The line is experienced and
deep led by Captain Pete Case at
tackle. Case is another on the
injury list who may not play. End
Clyde Chillers is the best of the
flankers.
Great Kickers
Georgia boasts of a great kick kicking
ing kicking game., In their upset over
Kentucky, Jake Saye booted a 71
yard punt and Durwood Penning Pennington
ton Pennington set a conference record with

Bulldogs of Georgia. His half halfback
back halfback running mate Newcomber,
meanwhile, is the teams best
punter, and is the second lead leading
ing leading ground gainer on the squad.
James is one of the finest defen defensive
sive defensive performers on the team, and
is also an explosive runner. James
has been called on for quick kick kicking,
ing, kicking, and is a triple threat back backfield
field backfield member.
All in all it looks like there is
going to be a hard-fought fresh freshman
man freshman game come Monday up in
Alabama, and with this accumula accumulation
tion accumulation of talent perhaps the Gators
will reach their goal and go un undefeated
defeated undefeated for the second time in
three years.

Gators Fired Up For Georgia;
Ewell Keys Toughenend Defense

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a 52 yard field goal. Pennington
led the team in scoring the last
two years.
The Gators have lost their last
two games to national powerhous powerhouses
es powerhouses LSU and Georgia Tech and
failed to score in either game.
Their offense, expected to be the
UF strong point this season, has
been bogging down within sight
of the goal.
One player who should see
quite a bit of action this Sat Saturday
urday Saturday is quarterback Tom Bat Batten.
ten. Batten. The junior quarterback has
been playing behind Larry Lib Libertore
ertore Libertore and Bobby Dodd for the
past season and a half but has
come through in the last two
games.
Batten has sparked the most
serious of UF scoring drives in
the last two losses with only five
pass interceptions by the other
team stopping the drives. He has
completed 11 out of 23 passes in
the two games.
The Gators still have the po potential
tential potential for a scoring explosion and
this could be th6 week now that
Bob Hoover should be fully re recovered

HALFBACKS READY FOR'WORK. .
Are Gator frosh Jerry Newcomer and Dick Kirk.
Both will see plenty of action when the Baby Gators
invade Auburn, Alabama for a game with the Tiger
Cubs Monday afternoon.

Fraids Features
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By FRAN WARREN

The Fighting Gator defense, in
spite of pre season doubts, has
tightened up, making the Gators
a tough team to tangle with. One
of the big men behind the Gator
toughness is linebacker, Cecil
Ewell from Chicago, Illionis.
Injured Early
Ewell, a six foot, 198 pound
senior has had to sit out some
of the Gators games after re receiving
ceiving receiving a knee injury in the first
quarter of the FSU game.
Ewell felt that the Florida-Ga.
Tech game had fewer Gator of offensive
fensive offensive mistakes than any game
thus far.
The defense did a great job
too. But when youre playing
out of town and you have to
hold deep in the opponents ter territory,
ritory, territory, thats when the going
gets bad, said Ewell
The losses dont look good.
We did get beat by two terrific
teams, but it took some breaks
for them to do it, Ewell said.
Morale Up
Ewell felt that the team morale
was still up and said further that
the Gators were in the best phy physical
sical physical shape since the first of the
year.

covered recovered from his motorcycle ac accident
cident accident of three weeks ago.
Almost Full Strength
The Gators should also be al almost
most almost at full strength this weekend
with the return of linebacker Paul
Vargecko. Fullback Jim ODon ODonnell,
nell, ODonnell, in juried in the Tech game,
is expected to play. Guard Jack
Thompson and center Tom Kelly,
also hurt, are expected in the
game.
Anton Peters, who suffered a
slight concussion in the Georgia
Tech game is still on the doubt doubtfull
full doubtfull list at this writing.
The Gators have dominated
the series in the last nine years,
winning seven of the games.
Over all, Georgia is far ahead
with 25 wins against 12 UF wins,
and mae tie.
Last years game saw the Ga Gators
tors Gators score twice in the first per period
iod period before Georgia ran a play.
The Gators added another TD in
the third period to take a com commanding
manding commanding 22-0 lead. The Bulldogs
came back, however, to score
twice and threaten to tie the
game. The final score was 22-14.

I think well win the rest of
the games. Were going to get
fired up and come back to
win.
Ewell said that the Gators were
always ready for Georgia. He
thought the game would be a
tough one, but that the team was
ready to go against the Bulldogs.
The senior linebacker felt that
the Gator Eleven would come into
its own next year.
I know every year you always
say the next year will be better,
but this is one time the Gators
wont be kidding. Well have the
depth in the line that we need
and except for Don Goodmen,
the backfield will be the same,
said Ewell.
Ewell expects to graduate in
June of 62 with an Art and Sci Science
ence Science degree. He plans to go into
business with his father in Land
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SEC Leaders
Vs. Easy Foes
By KEN KEYES
Gator Sports Writer
Bowl hungry Southeastern Con Conference
ference Conference teams will attempt to
pad their records this weeke n d
and get in shape for tougher
games to come with some easy
foes.
Alabama, number two in the
nation and leading the confer conference
ence conference with a 5-0 record, will face
hapless Richmond, who will pro probably
bably probably get a bigger beating then
the one from Grant.
LSU may have some trouble
with an inspired North Carolina
team, which upset Tennessee last
week. The Tigers could be down
after beating Mississippi, but
Jerry Stovall and Wendall Har Harris
ris Harris should insure victory.
Out For Revenge
Mississippi will be out for re revenge
venge revenge after last weeks loss and
poor Chattanooga should have a
long afternoon. In other non nonleague
league nonleague action, Tulane will meet
Miami in a rare away game for
the Hurricanes.
Georgia Tech, high in the Or Orange
ange Orange Bowl selection list, visits
Tennessee in the SEC game of
the week. The Engineers should
win, but it may be a rough fight.
The up and down Volunteers have
a 3-3 record for the season.
Auburn, also considered by
many bowls, meets Mississip Mississippi
pi Mississippi State, still looking for its
first league win. Auburn is
5-2 for the year.
Kentucky will meet Vanderbilt
in a traditional game in Nash Nashville.
ville. Nashville. The two teams have been

Libertore
By Hard
By JACK HORAN
Injured?
His rubbery s'B frame doesnt
show it.
Except that Im sore, Im in
top physical shape, said Larry
Libertore, fleet quarterback of
the UF football team.
Libertore was injured in the
Vanderbilt tilt two weeks ago
when he was hit in the small of
the back with a helmet.
Did Not Hamper Play
He said the still-healing bruise
did not hamper his playing in
last Saturdays 20-0 loss to Geor Georgia
gia Georgia Tech.
Asked if the Fightin Gators
werent fightin any more, he
replied: We played the fifth
(Tech) and sixth (LSU) rated
teams in the .nation the 1 ast
two weeks. They were good. The
teams giving 100 per cent effort,
but our mistakes have hurt us.
Playing on the road, pointed
out Libertore, could be a fac factory
tory factory in losing. Its demoralizing
to lose, but, Its definitely not
the time to give up.
The crewcutted lad from Mi Miami
ami Miami emphasized that the Gators
have to get the winning fever
back. Well be playing Georgia
in the Gator Bowl Saturday, and
well win, he declared.
Libertore, who' rooms with*

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playing each other, off and on,
since 1896.
Tradition In Jacksonville
Another traditional game will
be in Jacksonville where Geor Georgia
gia Georgia and the Gators meet with the
UF team a slight favorite. More
on that game elsewhere in the
paper.
As conference play draws to a
conclusion, next weeks Alabama-
Georgia Tech game looms as the
deciding factor. The Crimson
Tide is undefeated in SEC play
with Tech and Auburn left to play.
Should Alabama finish with
an undefeated season. the
Tide would edge out LSU for
the championship by a half
game. 'Bama plays seven SEC
games, while the Tigers have
six. LSU has only Mississippi
State and Tulane left to play
in the conference.

Not Hurt
Tackeling
snaky halfback Lindy Infante,
admitted the newness of the
Gators razzle-dazzle type play playing
ing playing had worn off.
No More Surprise
We surprised therm last year;
now the surprise effect is gone.
Were going to have to win with
hard football.
He denied that the gang tackly tacklying
ing tacklying against him, which occurred
in several of last years games
had increased this season.
I havent noticed it too
much this year. But if some someone
one someone was smaller and wa get getting
ting getting away with something,
its natural ,to try and get him
Ball handling is not the future
plans for the Physical Education
major. Libertore hopes to work
with an insurance company after
graduation in two years.
But would he play professional
ball if he received a bid?
The spunky athlete paused for
a moment, then commented: I
dont know what Id do. I would
consider an offer, but it depends
upon the situation.
Then he laughed, I seriously
dont think anyone would draft
me. Why would the pro teams
take a 138-pounder when they can
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PROGNOS-T-GATOR RESULTS

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By MIKE GORA
Alligator Sports Editor
Florida over Georgia. .its been
a long time between drinks, but
the Gators will be out for Dog
meat. Watch for a repeat perfor performance
mance performance by Don Goodman.
The Citadel over FSU. .Semi .Seminoles
noles- .Seminoles will fall before the charg charging
ing charging soldier boys.
Duke over Navy. .the Middies
are still wondering how they beat
Notre Dame.
Georgia Tech over Tennessee
. .Vols dont have the depth
to stop Dodds bowlers.
Minnesota over lowa. .the
big Ten has become upset land
but lowas horses are all up
lame.
LSU over North Carolina. .
The Tar Heels have bitten off
more than they can chew more
than once this season, thi£ dish
of Bengals might be tou g h to
take.
Michigan State over Purdue
. .Staterg must be U P after
last weeks thrashing.
Auburn over Mississippi State
. .There still is only one foot football
ball football team in Mississippi. Tigers
are after a winning season and
need this one to do it.
Kentucky over Vanderbilt. .
Wildcats are on the win trail
again and if their sophs keep up
the good work they should have
little trouble with the Commo Commodores.
dores. Commodores. The Greenies are hungry
and just might pull an upset.
Missouri over Oklahoma. .Tig .Tigers
ers .Tigers of the plains to make Oaklans
Msh it were five years ago
again. Good bowl prospect to look
good against an old bowl hand.

W L T Percentage
47 l7 3 .689
, 44 20 3 .626
By BELL BLCHALTER
Sports Editor Emeritus
Fla. over Georgia .' This
week the Gator growls. Batten,
Lib and Brown to pace the action,
say 20-7.
FSU over the Citadel . Sor Sorry
ry Sorry Coach Sloan, Jack, but the
Seminoles are due for some
scalps.
Miami over Tulane . This is
a special dedication to a Miami
couple; Barbara apd Phil. Its
queen time in Miami, what else
can I say.
Navy over Duke . The Mid Midshipmen
shipmen Midshipmen are rolling heads lately
like Harry at twist time. They
may go bowling before it's over.
Ga. Tech over Tenn. . The
Rambling Wreck to go after its
prey like an Atlanta queen after
her King. This game is also dedi dedicated
cated dedicated to Jerry Davis and Lynn
Garvin and Atlanta.
lowa over Minn ... I have to
go with one upset. The Hawkeys
have lost two straight and should
bounce back like Lfcvin who is
also at a Loss for the moment.
LSU over North Carolina ... No
more miracles this week. The
Chinese Bandits are as tough as
Ginson.
Mich. State over Purdue .
The Spartans to bounce back this
week.
Auburn over Miss State .
The Tigers should claw to an
easy win. Also sharpening the
claws are Solly for Arlene, AEPhi
for Mike, etc.
Kentucky over Vandy . Ram Rampulla
pulla Rampulla to pull the wool-urn over
the Commodores eyes. Watch h'.s
passes and Homans, Berkwit,
Dree, Jacobsen, ex-parte Orseck,
Headman, Hansen . Etc.
Theyre all good at lossing and
receiving passes.
Missouri over Okla. . Mis Missou
sou Missou might be caught with their
spirit down this week but they are
still the better club. Speaking of
clubs, theyre forming one for
Snowflake, the executive secre secretary
tary secretary of the Chubby Checker and
Checkmate fan club.