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Volume 54, Number 15

Student Directory
Distribution Halts;
Contains Beer Ad
By BILL CUBBY
Gator Managing Editor
A beer advertisement on the back cover of the 1961-
62. student directory has caused the administration to
ban distribution of about 300 remaining copies.

Publication of the advertisement
Violated a Board of Control rul ruling
ing ruling that no state university pub publish
lish publish alcoholic beverage advertise advertisements,
ments, advertisements, according to Dr. Fayette
Parvin, administrative assistant
to UF President Dr. J. Wayne
Reitz.
Reitz and Student Body Presi President
dent President Bruce Bullock will confer
on the fate of the publication
when Reitz returns from a busi business
ness business trip.
Over 6,700 copies of the Stu Student
dent Student Government-sponsored book
had been distributed before it
came to the attention of Tigert
Hall officials.
Bulk of the remaining copies
had been slated to be turned over
to the campus book store for dis distribution
tribution distribution to administrative and
faculty offices.
Bullock said he did not know
the ad was running until he saw
It in the distributed directory. He
added that he was aware of the
Boards ruling because of a sim similar
ilar similar situation during Homecoming.
He said Florida Blue Key had
been denied permission to accept
advertising revenue from two
Florida breweries to finance the
Gator Growl program.
I regret that we went over the
rule, Student Government Vice
President Jack Mahaffey said,
adding that he did not agree
With the Boards ruling.
Mahaffey, with Editor Sam
Bom, was responsible for the
directory.
I dont think the rule reflects
progressive thinking, he said.
The appearance of the ad wont
lead anyone astray.
Children know the latest TV
beer jingles by heart, he added,
*T dont see why when a person
gets to college he is suddenly so
susceptible.
I am very happy that the ma majority
jority majority of the students got their
Dean Little in Hospital
Dean Winston W. Little, dean
of the University College, is at
the University Medical Center re recovering
covering recovering from what his doctors
term an exploratory operation.
Dean Little* doctors said that
the eperation was performed in
order to determine the cause of
a ringing in the ears the Dean
had been suffering from for
some time.

Democracy Said
Best Weapon

Democracy is Americas sec secret
ret secret weapon for the cold war,
Dr. Ernest R. Bartley told an
WSA Prexy
Quits Because
Os Marriage
Dianne Fisher resigned as pre president
sident president of the Womens Student
Association Monday night be because
cause because of plans for her December
marriage.
Vice president Karen Eilers
was promoted to the presidency
by appointment of the executive
committee at the Monday night
WSA Council meeting.
l did not anticipate a wedding
!n December when I was elect elected
ed elected to the office last spring, and
it is with regret that I resign.
But I feel it is better for
all concerned that I do so, Di Dianne
anne Dianne told the Council.
The Council i 8 off to a good
start and I know that Karen
will be able to carry out and
further develop our plans for
WSA this year.
Dianne has been active in WSA
for the last three years. She is
a senior, majoring In nursing
and a member of Mortar Board.
She plana to finish her senior
year and will attend meetings as
an ex-officio member of the
Council.
Karen, 3 Ed:, served as presi president
dent president arid vice-president of her
dorm, and is member of the
Judiciary Committee. The ma major
jor major problems facing WSA this
year, she feels, are involved with
adapting it to the tri-mester sys system.
tem. system.
Cora Randall, 4 Ed., has been
appointed the new vice-president.

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copies before the administration
shopped distribution, Mahaffey
said.
Directory editpr Sam Zorn said
he checked with the UF Pur Purchasing
chasing Purchasing Department* and asked
their opinion on the advertise advertisement.
ment. advertisement.
They said there was nothing
wrong with running it.
Zorn said he didnt understand
how his publication came under
the Boards ruling.
We are financed by student
government fees and by adver advertising,
tising, advertising, he said.
The advertisement by the local
beer distributor netted Student
Government SBS. Cost of the
books publication was $2,100,
with about SBOO coming from ad advertising.
vertising. advertising. The rest came from
student government fees.
Zorn said his philosophy in se securing
curing securing the ad was to stimulate
national advertising in the publi publication.
cation. publication.
He said it was part of a long
range plan to get enough in na national
tional national advertising to pay for the
lutire book in a few years.
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DOLLARS FOR
SCHOLARS
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audience at a Florida Union For Forum
um Forum Wednesday night.
Bartley, UF political science
professor, is a recent recipient of
the Florida Blue Key Outstand Outstanding
ing Outstanding Teacher Award.
Democratic Weapon
Military, economic and psycho psychological
logical psychological devices dominate methods
of warfare. The U. S. has the
weapon of democracy, which
cannot be possessed or duplicat duplicated
ed duplicated or duplicated by communism,
Bartley said.
If democratic freedom is prop properly
erly properly used, it will be more power powerful
ful powerful than any psychological, eco economic
nomic economic or military weapons. No Nothing
thing Nothing would delight the Commun Communists
ists Communists more than to see democracy
destroyed, asserted Bartley.
He outlined four anti-democrat anti-democratic
ic anti-democratic influences, operating within
the U. S. and endangering the
democratic system, although they
are not Communistic oper operations.
ations. operations.
Harmful Themes
Radical right and left wing
groups harp on themes of Am Americas
ericas Americas sell-out to communism
the continual use of the big lie
technique, development of the
theory that all educated people
are suspect of being Communists
and the censorship of literature.
Bartley cited the John Birch
Society as an example of a right
wing group.
Democracy is the belief in the
worth and dignity of each indivi individual
dual individual and the right of full and
free inquiry, defined Bartley.
Americas enemies understand
democracys strength only too
well, the political scientist warn warned.
ed. warned.
But these strengths will not
be crushed by subtle warfare of
th? enemy; rather destruction
will come only by failure to real realize
ize realize the weapon of democracy and
use it, stated Bartley.

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Casual Frolits Highlights
Comedy, Folk Singers

A renovated Fall Frolics debuts
at 8:30 tonight in Florida Gym,
spotlighting a combination con concert-dance,
cert-dance, concert-dance, both with a new in informal
formal informal air.
Frolics, a traditionally semi semiformal'
formal' semiformal' event, goes casual to tonight
night tonight as men wear slacks and
Basketball Tilt
Set tor Monday,
Aids Scholars
By ROBERT GREEN
Gator Sports Writer
The second annual varsity varsityfreshman
freshman varsityfreshman basketball game for the
Dollars for Scholars program will
be held in Florida Gym next
Monday night, but the real win winners
ners winners wont be wearing basket basketball
ball basketball uniforms. Itll be the students
who benefit from the profits of
the game.
The game is free to all stu students
dents students with I. D. cards. All others
will be charged SI.OO admission.
In addition, sorority girls will be
selling boxes of candy costing
SI.OO also. All profits from the
candy and game, as well as the
concessions, will go to the fund.
This is only one of many ac activities
tivities activities to help the fund. The
Federal government will give
nine dollars for every one the
students raise. Loans are given
to students who can qualify on
the balds of need and scholar scholarship.
ship. scholarship.
Last year, the first for the
game, saw S2OO raised for the
funds. With the fine showing of
the team last season, a much
larger crowd is expected for
Monday night. Representatives
of Dollars for Scholars sold tic tickets
kets tickets during the Jacksonv ill e
Alumni meeting last week, and
at the Gainesville Quarterback
Club this Monday night.
Sloan Conducts Clinic
The program will get underway
at 7:45 p.m. in Florida Gym as
(See CAGERS, Page Sj

Peel Editor Storms Out In flurry Os Wit

Orange Peel Editor Don Addis has re resigned
signed resigned after holding that post for two
years.
The pithy humorist, who has become
somewhat of an institution with the Peel,
gave school work and the fact that the
thrill is gone as reasons for quitting.
Addis, who contributed to the Peel be before
fore before becoming a student in 1958, stabil stabilized
ized stabilized the sometimes-banned humor maga magazine
zine magazine and has managed to publish four
issues a year, with a special Homecoming
issue this semester.
The HC issue was my magnum
opus; anything else would be anti-clima anti-climatic,
tic, anti-climatic, said Addis, pointing to the 64-page
publication.
His Orange Peels were rated the na nations
tions nations top college humor magazine by
two polls.
Meanwhile, Managing Editor Jack
Horan has assumed duties as acting edi editor
tor editor and is currently editing the Christ Christmas
mas Christmas issue.
. Addis, advertising design senior, ex explained
plained explained why he resigned. My work in ad
design takes all my free time, I could not
operate at maximum efficiency at both
the Peel and my studies.
Besides drawing the Them strip for
the Alligator, Addis is nationally known

University of Florida, GoinesvHllaFriday, November 17, 1961

I sport* shirts and women don
school dresses and flat shoes.
Big reason for the change goes
back to the concert-dance combo,
[said Frolics chairman Wilson At Atkinson.
kinson. Atkinson. During the two-and-a*
half hour concert featuring co comedian
median comedian Woody Woodbury and
fok singers The Highwaymen,
students will sit in bleachers.
When Joe Jones and his rock
n roll band take over the dance
portion of the evening, Fro Frolicers
licers Frolicers will twist and rock and
semi formal attire would han handicap
dicap handicap dancers.
Not Easy Feat
It i* impossible to sit and lis listen
ten listen to a concert and then dance
to a rock n roll band in for formalf
malf formalf or oocktsil dresses, said
Atkinson.
Comedian Woody Woodbury
will start Frolics concert half
at 8:80 for an hour-long comic
spiel. The Highwaymen, of
Michael fame, come on stags
at 9:30, and their performance
will nm until 11 when the Jones
combo takes over for dancing.
Another traditional feature of
Fall Frolics will be absent to tonight.
night. tonight.
Miss Fall Frolics has been re renamed
named renamed Miss IFC and wont be
presented until Spring Frolics.
Atkinson gave no reason for
the change, but explained that
the winning coed actually is
sweetheart of the University fra fraternity
ternity fraternity system. She i s not merely
a queen for a weekend.

New Curfew
For Frolics
Dorm and sorority hours for
the Frolics weekend will be 1:30
a.m. on Friday and Saturday.
Dean of Women Myrna Brady
explained the change to these
hours from the 2:30 Saturday cur curfew
few curfew of other years.
The Interfratemity Council felt
these hours were more desirable.
They wanted to make the ad adjustment,
justment, adjustment, she said, to extend
the Friday curfew and maintain
the regular Saturday curfew, and
I feel that it make s sense.

Since Frolics is split into two
parts said Atkinson, stags can
come singly to the concert por portion
tion portion without having the stay for
the dance.
Tickets for Frolics are on sale
today in the information booth
next to the Hub, and some will
be available at the door.
Independent singles cost $1.85,
and tickets for fraternity couples
are set at $2.50. The Inter Interfraternity
fraternity Interfraternity Council, Frolics spon sponsor,
sor, sponsor, will uae any profit from the
event tor the IPX; general fund.
The dance will last for two
hours, from 11 p.m. to 1 a.m.,
thus meeting the dorm curfew
at 1:80 a.m.

Students Hear Nehru

By CAROL BULLER
Gator Staff Writer
Four UF students returned from
a United Nations conference this
week and said they would like
to look into the possibility of a
UN sponsored group on cam campus.
pus. campus.
Delegates
Delegates Harvey Sharron, Jack
Mahaffey, Chuck Warren and
Ivan Diamond hearej Indian
Prime Minister Nehru tell them
to accept co-existence with Russia
as a fact of life in a speech
that was part of the two-day con conference
ference conference sponsored by the Collegi Collegiate
ate Collegiate Council for the United Na Nations.
tions. Nations.
Sharron said the four delegates
will suggest that student govern government
ment government look into establishing a
chapter of the OCUN on campus.
Through national affiliation the
University could get top names
in delegations to come to the
campus/ he said.
Model Group
Warren said possible programs
of the local organization would
include seminar* and model
General Assemblies to discuss
pressing issues.
During the weekend meeting in

Addis Says Thrill Is Gone

'RETIRING' ORANGE PEEL EDITOR DON ADDIS
. . With Mifliaas Ha Has Edited ia Background

UN Group Proposed

Seminole Lacks
Money; May Be
Cut In Content

Post Office
Still Searching
For New Site
By FRED SCHNEIDER
Gator Staff Writer
The UF Poet Office at the Hub
scheduled to move last spring,
will remain at its present loca location
tion location on a month to month ba basis.
sis. basis.
The decision as to where it
will move, when it does make
the transition, is still forthcoming.
Poet Office officials have not
signed a new year-long contract
with UF, a* had been rumored.
They have arranged with UF to
keep the Post Office at it* pres present
ent present location (at the Hub) until a
new building is erected.
Rumor Not True
Originally, it was thought Post
Office would move to a new sta station
tion station in back of the Florida
Bookstore. According to John
E. Nutting, Real Estate officer
for the Post Office, that no
site near, or having anything to
do with the Florida Bookstore,
has been picked out.
(See POST OFFICE, Page S)

New York, some 1,500 college
students heard speeches by sev several
eral several delegations including the
Russian ambassador and repre representatives
sentatives representatives from Ireland and the
Philippines. Professors from Yale
and Columbia introduced panel
discussions in which collegiates
discussed the problem of Red
Chinese membership in the Unit United
ed United Nations, the role of non-allied
Fla. Demos Said
'Complacent'
Florida need* a two- party
system to help squelch the com complacency
placency complacency adopted by the Florida
Democrats, Dr. Junius E. Do Dovell
vell Dovell told Young Republicans at
a meeting Tuesday night.
Calling for a sweeping re-or re-organization
ganization re-organization of the party in state
government, Dovell, UF politic political
al political science professor, said,, Flor Florida
ida Florida is run by a pulverized whole.
We dont have one Governor we
have six each one a cabinet
member.

for his cartooning in Playboy and Teen
magazines.
Both frank and eloquent, his tart com comments
ments comments in the Peel frequently stabbed
campus pecadillos and sacred cows.
Addis left some pithy advice for his
unchosen successor.
Be independent, he candidly asserted
Never yield to any UF or outside pres pressure
sure pressure groups. Because if you do, you
might as well put their names on the
masthead as editor.
He classified the editorship as an indi individualistic
vidualistic individualistic endeavor.
Editing is a personal thing. Dont be become
come become obligated to campus groups or poli politicians.
ticians. politicians. Dont take any guff from the
Journalism school. To hell with style
books.
A native of Hollywood, Calif., and
Hollywood, Fla., Addis is married and
has two children. He still plans to con contribute
tribute contribute to the Peel before graduating this
June. Ill be hanging around as Editor Editorin-exile,
in-exile, Editorin-exile, he warned.
Although he has no immediate plans
after graduation, he intends to become a
commercial artist.
At least. Ill be getting more money
for my cartoons than the reel pays me/
he said.

May Require Additional
* S
Appropriation of Funds
By FRANK WESTMARK
Gator Staff Writer
The Seminole piay be cut back in number of pages
for lack of funds, K. B. Meurlott, executive secretary
of the Board of Student Publications said Wednesday.

FSU To Get
'Goal Post*
Student Body Pres. Bruce
Bullock reported that Florida
State ha decided to accept
the goal post trophy Inau Inaugurated
gurated Inaugurated by the UF Student
Government.
The trophy, which was part
of the Florida Field goal post
tom down in a post-game fra fracas
cas fracas with FSU student*, Sept. SO
will be presented by Bullock
at FSUs homecoming this
weekend.
Bullock said he conferred
with Bobby Byrd, FSU stu student
dent student body president, about es establishing
tablishing establishing the trophy on a re revolving
volving revolving basis. The winner of
the annual UF-FSU tooth all
game would take possession of
the post segment, with the
game score etched on it.
In the meantime, the trophy
will remain at Tallahassee.

nations in the UN, and African
development.
Delegates also did a little sight sightseeing
seeing sightseeing on Times Square and ban banqueted
queted banqueted in the Empire State Build Building.
ing. Building. They were conducted on Spe Special
cial Special tour* of the UN headquar headquarters.
ters. headquarters.
Student Government sponsored
Mahaffey and Sharron and the
UF administration financed poli political
tical political science representatives War Warren
ren Warren and Diamond. The delegates
will submit a full report of the
meeting to student government;

Forestry Director
Resigns To Teach

Dr. C. M. Kaufman has resign resigned
ed resigned as director of the UF School
of Forestry, announced President
J. Wayne Reitz and agricultural
Provost W. M. Fifield this week.
Kaufman will continue his ad administrative
ministrative administrative duties until a s u c ccessor
cessor ccessor is named, Fifield said. No

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EACH DAY
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Eight Pages This Edition

Meurlott said 5,500 copies of the
yearbook would have to be sold at
the new price of $3 to break even.
Seminole sales director Gary
Peacock reported less than 1,000
j copies sold as of Wednesday
with deadline in one week,
Nov. tZ.
Meurlott said the original year
book budget was based on the
sale of 4,000 copies at $6 each.
Since the legislative council re reduced
duced reduced the fee to $3, the budget is
out of balance.
Elther-Or Question
If we fail to sell enough books
to avoid deficit spending, we will
either have to get additional ap*
propriations from the legislative
council or reduce the number of
pages and use of color to cut
costs, he said.
Peacock said The sales lag Is
partially because fraternities and
sororities havent bought their
copies yet. They will do so next
week, he added.
Peacock said he still anticipat*
ed a total sales figure of around
5,000 copies.
Board chairman Hugh W.
Cunningham Jr., UF journalism
professor, said it was not the
Boards Intention to dip Into the
publications reserve fund to fi finance
nance finance the Seminole this year.
The reserve fund was nicked
for SII,OOO last year to pay off the
Seminole deficit, said Cunning*
ham. This board cannot sit idly
by and let an uninformed Legis*
lative Council deplete the reserve
fund, he stated.
Chronic Dilemma
Cunningham said the dilemma
over publications funds cannot be
resolved as* long as the student
administration changes every
year.
R. E. Shepard, Treasurer of the
student body, said he was not
aWare that the Board of Student
Publications was unhappy with its
budget.
(See SEMINOLE, Page S)

date hat been set for fining the
position.
Will Remain
Kaufman, who ha* been head
forester for 10 years, will remain
at the University and devote full
time to teaching and research.
He has had administrative su supervision
pervision supervision of the Forestry Ranger
School at Lake City plus respon*
sibility for Austin Cary Memor Memorial
ial Memorial For net near Gainesville. Kauf Kaufman
man Kaufman is currently a member of
the Committee on the Advance Advancement
ment Advancement of Forestry Education of
the Society of American Forest Forestere.
ere. Forestere.
Director At Carolina
Prior to coming to the Univer University,,
sity,, University,, Kaufman served as acting
director of the Division of Forest Forestry
ry Forestry at North Carolina State and
also as a professor.
At the University of Minne Minnesota
sota Minnesota he served in the capacities
of extension forester and re research
search research assistant In forestry.
Kaufman i nationally known
in forestry circles. He has serv served
ed served as chairman of a number of
important committees, including
the Florida Forestry Council, For Forestry
estry Forestry Teaching and Research of
Southern Reigonal Education
Board, Southern Forest Tree
Improvement, and the Council of
Forestry School Executives.
I MIAMI TICKETS
AT GATE THREE
Football tickets for the
Miami game Dec. 3, are
being given out at gate three
of the stadium from 2 to 4:10
p.m.
Tickets will be given out
today and tomorrow and next
week through Wednesday.
Students must pick up their \
tickets before closing time
Wednesday.



Page 2

sth Amendment Works
In Honor Coart, Too
H Students have every right to keep their mouth* shut, Ac According
cording According to John Fletcher, chief defense counsel for the Honor
Court.
People called before the Honor Court often just dont know
their right*, he said. They are entitled to free defense counsel.
A* a matter of fact, he added," the Court* constitution re requires
quires requires that every defendant have such aid."
Students called before the Court can be assigned counsel by
contacting Fletcher or the Honor Court office, Room 306 in the
Florida Union.
Fletcher said that persons appearing before the court may
take the Fifth Amendment and refuse to testify against them themselves.
selves. themselves.
are usually notified of their rights as soon as they
are -told to appear, he said. But sometimes theres a slip-up
and often tney dont find out that help i* offered almost until trial
time."
Fletcher heads a staff of 20 to 30 law students who act as
counsels to students brought before the court.
Deans Attend Land Grant Meet

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mtnrH. ArmtnrH. Gropp left Gainesville
Runrfay morning to attend the
754fc-annual meeting of the Amer AmericayT'Association
icayT'Association AmericayT'Association of Land Grant
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Kansas City, Mo.
Page and Gropp, dean and as assistant
sistant assistant dean of the College of
Arts and Sciences, respectively
were asked by UF President J.
Wayne Reitz to attend the meet meeting.
ing. meeting.
President John F. Kennedy is
tentatively scheduled to address
the meeting at a Sunday night
banquet.
Dr. Page is a regular mem member
ber member of the steering committee of
the American Association of Land
Grant Colleges and State Univer Universities.
sities. Universities.

Group Stoop

By APRIL STANLEY
Gator Staff Writer
Initiations and slides docket a
week of regular club meetings.
ALPHA KAPPA PSI: Initiation

Business, Sociology, History,
Professors and Students
The Federal Mediation Cr Conciliation Service will pre present
sent present a mock Mediation Session at 7 p.m., Nov. 17 in
the'Medical Center Auditorium.
The Southeastern Regional Director and four commis commissioners
sioners commissioners will simulate a near strike situation where
union and management call in the Mediation Service
to reconcil their conflicts.
Alpha Kappa Psi
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urges YOU to attend

Clubs Initiate Pledges

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BARGAIN FROM
HEAD TO TOE
Campus pacs featuring
toiletries for men are cur currently
rently currently on sale at the in information
formation information booth across
from the HUB. Profits
from the sale will go to
Dollars for Scholars.

Saturday at 1 p.m. in Florida
Union, rooms 218, 324, 220, and
Johnson Lounge.
AMERICAN MATHEMATICAL
SOCIETY: Meeting in Florida

Coating a quarter, the
pact.are a regular $4
value. With over 5,000
already sold, Student
Government plans to sell
them today and Monday
from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.
or until they sell the re remaining
maining remaining 3,300. The pacs
are donated by a national
advertising agency.

Union, Brian Lourlge at 9 p.m.
Friday.
STAMP CLUB: Meeting Friday
at 7:30 p.m. in Florida Union,
room 208.
FLORIDA DENTAL SOCIETY:
Meeting in Medical Science Build Building,
ing, Building, M-112, from 8 a.m. to 5:00
p.m. Saturday.
FRESHMAN COUNCIL: Meet Meeting
ing Meeting Sunday at 4 p.m. in Florida
Union, room 121.
TAU BETA PI: Meeting in
Florida Union, room 324, Sunday
at noon. Initiation at 2 p.m. Sun Sunday
day Sunday in Florida Union, room 218.
ALPHA PHI OMEGA: Meeting
at 7 Monday night in Florida Un Union,
ion, Union, room 200.
DESERET CLUB: Meeting Mon Monday
day Monday in Florida Union, room 220
at 7:15 p.m.
PHI CHI THETA: Meeting in
Florida Union, room 215 at 7 p.
m. Monday.
PI MU PREMEDICAL SOCIE SOCIETY
TY SOCIETY : Meeting Monday night in
Medical Science Building, room
112. at 7:30.
HELLENIC-AMERICAN CLUB:
Dr. John Hall, Asst. Prof, of Hu Humanities
manities Humanities and amateur underwater
archaeologist, will show color
slides of Greece, Through the
Ages, Monday at 8:15 p.m. in
Florida Union, room 324. All are
invited.

Human 'Alberts' All Turn Tail

Alberts human impersonation
at football games has been a
flop, according to Reed Ellis,
president of the freshman class.
Ellis said that for each foot football
ball football game, he tried to get some someone
one someone to dress-up in an alligator
costume and run across the field
during the half-time show.
Everytime I would get some someone

'Good-Looker' Robs S3O
From Murphree Residents

A good looking stranger
is being sought in the November
6 robbery of S3O in cash from
student* in Murphree L mens
dorm.
Tom Shutts, section advisor,
said that at about 7:40 a.m. he
was sitting in his apartment when
he noticed the door slowly open*
Sisler Tours
U. S. Colleges
Dr. H. S. Sisler, Head of the
UF chemistry department, has
been touring universities in the
United States under the sponsor sponsorship
ship sponsorship of the A9merican Chemical
Society.
The ACS at the University has
been listening to lectures by uni university
versity university staff while Dr. Sisler Is
on tour.

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one someone lined up, they would chicken
out, Ellis stated.
Because of complaints by the
cheerleaders that the human
mascot was interrupting their
show, the Executive Council of
the freshman class decided in its
meeting Monday night to do
away with the impersonation of
the schools mascot, Albert, lin-

ing and a man looking in.
When the man saw Shutts he
inquired as to the whereabouts of
Jack Bell. There being no Jack
Bell, Shutts directed him to Dave
Bell on the 4th floor.
Later Carl Geitner reported to
Shutts that he was missing sls.
Almost immediately Dave Bell
came down and reported sls had
been taken from his wallet.
Shutts description of the man
is: six feet, well built, 20-23 years
old, tan complexion, wearing
black tee shirt and black pants.
He was neat and good looking,
but did not appear to be a college
student, Shutts said.
Officer Geni E. Watson, of the
Campus Police, surmised that
the man figured hed be taken
for a student.
He added, This is an old tech technique
nique technique and it apparently worked
here.

less the cheerleaders wanted to
incorporate the act into their
program.
We felt the mascot bit wasnt
adding anything to school spirit,
but was only a joke of some kind
that was laughed at, said Ell Ellis.
is. Ellis. If the cheerleaders want to
take it over, that will be fine;
otherwise we wont have the
mascot anymore.
Ellis again stated the biggest
headache with the whole act was
getting someone to do it. He said
it should be a person who is will willing
ing willing to do the job all the time,
and who has some acrobatic abi ability.
lity. ability.
Ellis also said the costume has
been a hindrance from the begin beginning
ning beginning because everytime the wear wearer

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head would come off and em embarrass
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I think the costume should bs
professionally made so the indivi individual
dual individual using it could run around
and turn somersaults without
fearing it would fall apart, he
commented.
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Argument* on 'Nirvana*

UF Lawyers Competing
In National Moot Court

Verbal fire from UF law stu students
dents students will be directed at a myth mythical
ical mythical South American nation in
regional rounds of national moot
court competition today in Atlan Atlanta.
ta. Atlanta.
The attacks by Florida students
will be judged against those of
law students from other Florida,
Georgia, Alabama and Tennessee
law colleges.
The mythical nation, Nirvana,

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is accused of illegally taking oth other
er other nations property lying inside
its borders.
Representing the UF, will be
the three man team of Talbot
DAlemberte, Selig Goldin and
Kermit Kindred. They were
chosen in local moot court com competition
petition competition last spring and have
worked on arguments for the Nir Nirvana
vana Nirvana case since late August,

; according to DAlemberte, team
j captain.
The three have each submit submitted
ted submitted a brief or outline of the ar arguments
guments arguments they plan to present in
the contest.
Awards will be given for the
best brief submitted, for the best
individual courtroom presentation
and for the best and second best
over-all performance.
Compete
The competition is under the
direction of the Young Lawyers
Club of New York. Winners will
be given a berth in national com
petition next spring.
Sitting in judgement of the ar arguments
guments arguments and the rights of Nir Nirvana
vana Nirvana will be Atlanta attorneys
and judges.
Post Office
(Continued from Page ONE)
Nutting said, We are going
to try to stay where we are
until we have somewhere to go.
We couldnt possibly operate
in the middle of the street.
The present Post Office is an
inadequate space for post office
operation, according to Nutting.
Were Going
The UF would like us to get
out and we would like to get out
and we shall as soon as our
new station is built, said Nut Nutting.
ting. Nutting.
Although no one knows how
long the Post Office will re remain
main remain where it is, a spokesman
claimed that it would proba probably
bly probably be moved out in less
than a year.
The cost of the new off-campus
building to house the University
Station will b e $60,000 to SBO,-
000 and the building will be sim simply
ply simply designed.
The land that is at the top of
the list of possibilities to be us used
ed used is located at the corner of
Ist Ave. and 17th St.
The spokesman added a state statement,
ment, statement, If the station is not
completed in a year, we will
have to move out, irregard irregardless.
less. irregardless.
Seminole
(Continued from Page ONE)
With the exception of chang changing
ing changing the cost of the Seminole
from $5 to $3, the Legislative
Council approved the Boards
budget as read. At that time
the budget was balance* 1 the
Seminole was on a sound b'* ds
and the Board members were
satisfied, said Shepard.
Shepard said the Legislative
Council changed the Seminole to
$3 because it was felt the reduc reduction
tion reduction in cost would increase sales
enough to make the same amount
of money either way.
The final reading of the budget
will be held i t the next council
meeting, said Shepard. Argu Arguments
ments Arguments concerning adjustment can
be heard and decided on then.

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WHO SAYS IT'S A WOMEN'S WORLD?
. UF Nursing Student Ray Massa Studies with Fellow Students
Former Paratrooper Jumps
Into UF School of Nursing

By BEN GARRETT
Ray Massa is a lone man in
a womans world.
Ray, 40, i s the only male
in the upper division of the Un University
iversity University Medical Centers Col College
lege College of Nursing.
At the age of 35, after teach teaching
ing teaching school for 10 years ,in
Haines City, Fla. Massa, a Ma Major
jor Major Ret. in the Anmy Paratroop Paratrooper
er Paratrooper Corp, chucked it all and
dedicated his life to the nurs nursing
ing nursing profession.
Why?
This is a question. I have of often
ten often been asked, Massa said.
I guess it all started when I
worked in the infirmary at the
orphanage as a boy.
I always had a yearning to
be a doctor, but, for an orphan,
that was just about impossible.
I took up education instead, but
I was never really satisfied in

UF Symphony To Present
Concerts At Auditorium

The UF Symphony Orchestra
will present three concerts on
Monday and Tuesday in the Uni University
versity University Auditorium.
The orchestra will present a
concert Monday in conjunction
with the humanities department.
Students enrolled in C-5 courses
will be required to attend the
concert at 8:15 p. m. Some of
the selections are included in the
C-5 music study guide.
The first concert 9 a. m., Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, will be for all sixth grade
classes in Alachua County.
The second concert, at 8:15 p.
m., will be for the general pub public.
lic. public. Admission is free.
The orchestra, conducted by
Edward Troupin of the Up Mus Music
ic Music Department, will play Cupid

One day when a friend was
looking for a good anesthetist
for his wife who wag facing
major surgery, he jokingly ask asked
ed asked me, Why dont you become
one, Ray? Youve always been
interested in such things.
The idea immediately appeal appealed
ed appealed to Massa, and he told his
wife his plans.
I thought he was crazy at
first, Irene, Massas wife,
said. I felt ashamed to tell
our friends Ray was going into
nursing. Now Im only ashamed
of myself for feeling that way
once.
Come graduating day next
June, Massa plans to pack up
his wife, and four-year -old
daughter, Holly, and head to
Norfolk General Hospital in Nor Norfolk,
folk, Norfolk, Va. There he will take
special study for 18 months in
a last step toward making his

and Psyche, a ballet overture
by Hindemith; Concerto in A
Major by Mozart, featuring cla clarinet
rinet clarinet soloist Jerry Neil Smith, a
UF music instructor, and Symph Symphony
ony Symphony No. 4, by Dvorak.
The Sonata Story by UF hu humanities
manities humanities instructor Dr. Didier
Graeffe, will also be played. Dr.
Graeffe has written several piec pieces
es pieces of music since hes been
at UF.
The 66-piece symphony orches orchestra
tra orchestra i* made up of students, fac faculty
ulty faculty and residents of Gainesville.

LUCKY STRIKE
presents: M
UWKVmfcm C HOMECOMm
HJwfl. ¥ WEEKEND"
WHAT DOES AN OLD GRAD LIKE BEST ABOUT HOMECOMING? Next to shaking
hands, he likes reminiscing. About fraternity parties, girls, sorority parties, girls,
off-campus parties, girlsand, of course, about how great cigarettes used to
taste. Fortunately for you, Luckies still do taste great. (So great that college
students smoke more of them than any other regular cigarette.) Which shows
that the important things in college life stay the same. Parties. Girls. Luckies.
CHANGE TO LUCKIES and gel some teste for a change!
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dream of becoming an anesthe anesthetist
tist anesthetist come true.
In the meantime, whats it
like to be the only male in a
class?
It doesnt affect me at all,
Massa said. "Im just another
student. Our relationship is
strictly on the professional level
and everyone receives me quite
well.
Doctors react th same, Ray
said. They accept you for what
you are a nurse. Sometimes
they are interested in why you
decided to enter nursing and
are quite helpful.
When people are sick and
you are doing something for
them, they receive you quite
well, he remarked of patients.
Mrs. Lois N. Knowles, assist assistant
ant assistant dean of the College of Nurs Nursing,
ing, Nursing, said about Massa:
Gives Strength
He is an interested, motivat motivated
ed motivated and pretty well dedicated in individual.
dividual. individual. Sometimes I think he
actually gives his patients
strength by the way in which
he treats them and talks to
them.
A warm friendship has grown
between Massas family and one
of his former patients. Each
student in advanced nursing was
assigned an obstetrical case to
follow through to delivery.
At first the husband of my
patient was reluctant, but later
he gave in and we became good
friends. Now the baby is six
months old and our families get
together often for outings.
For just such reasons as this
one, Massa said he haas found
the nursing profession warm,
gratifying, and satisfying.

iw* noffda Alligator, Friday, Novomeer rr, 1961

Coed Loses Bathing Suit

Has anyone seen the bottom
half of a red bathing suit in
the Broward parking lot late lately?
ly? lately? A pretty freshman has ap appealed
pealed appealed to the Alligator for help
in finding it.
I hope its not up on some
boys wall as a souvenir, she
said. Its a valuable suit and
I'd give a reward to get it

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It seems she lost the suit on
her way to Swim Fins prac practice
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while she was wearing it, how>
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a pretty blond happy, write the
Alligator and let us know
where the bottom half of the
suit is.

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THE

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-Plans for trimester operation of the
University beginning next fall are
far from complete and no one is yet
feady to predict the effects of the
change-over.
Even at this early stage, however,
there is one possibility presented by
trimester operation which should
please both students and faculty
streamlining of the UFs registration
system.
* *
TENTATIVE operating schedules
prepared by the Board of Control call
not only for a speed-up in the educa educational
tional educational process but also a reduction in
the amount of time devoted to final
examinations and registration. Some
means will have to be found to mod modernize
ernize modernize the registration process.
In the past, students have been re required
quired required to spend exasperating hours
and sometimes days in the process of
registration. Those who do complete
registration in a reasonable length of

UNDERCURRENT

Doctors Practice on Legislature Floor

By JOHN GRANT
One of the most interesting
features in this complex nation
of ours is the terrific competi competition
tion competition between the many factions
in business, politics and ofch ofch"Mer
"Mer ofch"Mer pursuits of interest.
One of the more interesting
manifestations of such competi competin
n competin is the lobbying and pres pressure
sure pressure tactics, followed in push pushing
ing pushing favorable legislation
through.
I have nev nevgressmen
gressmen nevgressmen and
ever since I rBAkiT
' first discover- '***" 1
ed that con congressional
gressional congressional favors could be
bought with the universal sol solvent
vent solvent money.
I survived the dissolusion dissolusionment,
ment, dissolusionment, just as I came to accept
the fact that the corner cop
somehow had a right to pinch
apples from the fruit stand
while I got a load of rocksalt
in the britches for filching a
Baldwin from the orchard Ap Apparently
parently Apparently the cop had something
I lackednamely pull.
Pull is all part of the game
of course, and men are often
measured by their skill in ob obtaining
taining obtaining favors in government
as well as in business.
Perhaps the reader would
like to know who is most will willing
ing willing to put up the most cash
catch the eye of the right
congressman at the right time?

YOU WERE THERE

25 Cent Goody-Box Means Clean Men

By PAT CALLAN
Sign your name, present your
1.D., and pay out 25 cents.
This seemed to be the key to
cleaner males on campus as
they stood in line at the student
service booth by the Hub wait waiting
ing waiting their turn to receive a box of
goodies.
Campus-Pac is the name
for this advertising gimmick.
_ The money
-these pacs
bring in will
go for the
eternal fund,
Dollars for
'Scholars
- Bu t some-
Where under
ail this M
njirt dagger M
ju y Stic- muPHi
£ m. O n e CALLAN
UjJ gh t bet
ttoat the WSA (Womens Stu Student
dent Student Association) lurks. Their
slogan r Help clean up our
males.
Now..half the males on cam campus
pus campus will have Right Guard
tmderarms, Brylcream lit little

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Editorials

Streamlining

YOU MAY NOT be surprised
to know that the AMA leads
the field by a wide margin.
In the first six months of
this year the AMA laid out
$147,000 for the prlviledge of
shading legislative opinion.
Now this highly acceptable pro procedure
cedure procedure is apparently nothing to
be ashamed of in America in
1961, still, the AMA gave up
the figure grudgingly for some
reason.
According to a news feature
in the Miami Herald, Nov. 13,
1961; The Association said it
was submitting the information
under protest. The Associa Association
tion Association said it did not believe it
was subject to the federal law
regulating lobbies, but indicat indicated
ed indicated it did not want to chance
what it described as severe
penalties incident to violation
ot the Act, even in good
faith.
Here we have a queer dilem dilemma.
ma. dilemma. The biggest lobby in the
nation suddenly cant under understand
stand understand why it should be includ included
ed included in the federal law regulat regulating
ing regulating lobbies! Further, this lob lobby,
by, lobby, one of the Nations most
efficient in most ways, isnt
able to figure out whether or
not it is subject to said 1 a w.
One would think that a few dol dollars
lars dollars could be put aside to make
the necessary discovery, espec especially
ially especially if it were a face saver
for the AMA.
What are the issues that the
AMA paid so dearly to pro promote,
mote, promote, or to oppose in legisla legislation
tion legislation under consideration this
year?

ONE OF THE top considera considerations
tions considerations on the list was opposi opposition

tle little dab will do ya heads.
Stanback headaches, and
NR all vegetable laxatives.
Think about it studs! You'll
all smell alike, look alike,
ache alike, and have other con conformities
formities conformities . just alike.

You've seen a guy come out
of the barber shop just a cus cussin
sin cussin about the lousy haircut he
received.
Hell tell you that Gainesville
barbers are no comparison with
hia hometown trimmers in
Pahokee or Two Egg.
Hell never go back to that
butcher again, he threatens.
The comments range from
why cant that idiot give me
a flat-top with my round head
to all I asked for wag a round
haircut for my square head.
However, lets look at this
problem from the barb er a
side.
When you leave the shop, the
barber probably says to himself.
THAT haircut should keep that
5.0.8. from coming in here
again.

Some sweet young thing from

Friday, Novmbar 17,1961

time are forced to mark time while
the rest of the student body funnels
through the gym. Faculty members
are reduced to clerks, performing
the routine chores of handing out
course assignments. Lower-division
counselors cannot operate at best ef efficiency
ficiency efficiency when both they and the stu students
dents students are under the pressures of the
massive process of registering.
* *
NOW WE HAVE an opportunity
to reorganize the registration pro process.
cess. process. Everyone involved would be hap happy
py happy to see the University take advan advantage
tage advantage of the opportunity and go all the
way in revamping the process. Great Greater
er Greater emphasis on pre-registration and
early counseling would help relieve
the last-minute pressure. Some large
universities go so far as to handle the
entire registration process through
the mail. Whatever form it may take,
registration under the trimester sys system
tem system should prove to be an improve improvement
ment improvement over the present process.

tion opposition to the President* propos proposals
als proposals for the Medical Care
*or the Aged under the
Social Security system.
The AMA also opposed liberal liberalized
ized liberalized Social Security benefits
for the disabled and several
bills for expanding medi cal
treatment under the Veterans
Administration.
Odd as it may seem at first
glance, the AMA opposed Soc Social
ial Social Security benefit* for physi physiians.
ians. physiians. But perhap* this isnt as
peculiar as it seems for if the
AMA conceded such beneficient
legislation, it would follow that
others should be given further
benefits as well. Besides, how
many physicians can you name
who are really in desperate
need of Social Security bene benefits?
fits? benefits?
On the positive side of the
ledger the AMA supported bills
to provide construction grants
for medical schools, give pro professional
fessional professional men a tax break on
income set aside for retire retirement,
ment, retirement, and grant tax deductions
for lobbying expenses! This
last issue is quite understand understandable
able understandable in view of the terrific ex expense*
pense* expense* the AMA runs up in
trying to gain an advantage ov over
er over its opposition on the legis legislative
lative legislative floor.
Yet, don't you find it a little
hard to swallow that the pur purchase
chase purchase of legislative favoritism
should go in a a tax deduction
of all things? Why this noble
pursuit should be exempt
seem* a little difficult to figure
out!
Sometimes in following the
actions in the AMA, the thought
occur* to me that Hippocrates
has been handed an onion.

Jennings area sent the Alligator
movie critic, Fred Schneider, a
box of onions in the mail the
other day.
That seems like a normal way
to express your opinion.
But sweetie, Fred is one
step ahead of you. He writes his
column on onion akin already.
e e
And yes, there is a rumor go going
ing going around campus that the
Jacksonville Alumni Club dis dislikes
likes dislikes our coach.
Why shouldn't they!
Coach Graves has his and our
team playing a six minute game
making it tough for the old
timers to have enough time to
bend their elbows at the
worlds largest cocktail party.
Coach, some of us remember
the night when you were in introduced
troduced introduced to the students at a
Florida basketball game.
When you said that ... we
will play an offensive brand
of football, the kind of football
the fans want to see, and the
players want to play ... I be believed
lieved believed you.
And I still do.

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Bolter. Sue Allea Cauthen. Mike Celodny. Runute Sue
Goudaaan. John Grant. Karen Hack. G. P. Laarre.
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Pits. Fred Seknrider. Marty Sekrau. Jins grades. April
Stanley, Sandy SweMter. Frank Westsaark.
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Utaff Writers: Rekert Green. Ken Keyes. Fran War Warren,
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"Just think, on of our finest traditions may
become o thing of the past."
Letters to Me f Use of Political Labels
Is Sometimes Misleading

EDITOR:
Enjoyed reading very much
the story headlined Conserva Conservatives
tives Conservatives Are The Silent Genera Generation
tion Generation on page 5 of the Nov. 7
issue of The Alligator.
As far as I am concerned,
however, a few additional points
need to be made lest the story
leave a misleading Impression.
In the first place, it should
be emphasized that that par particular
ticular- particular piece of writing was
NOT a news story and NOT a
feature story.
It was, in fact, a column,
opinionated for the most part,
and therefore subject to the
purposes of the writer (senior
journalism student, notwith notwithstanding),
standing), notwithstanding), and therefore equally
significant for what was left out
of it &* well as for what was
put in.
It struck me, also that Mr.
Stuart needs to be a little more
explicit in his use of termino terminology.
logy. terminology. Labels can be dangerous
things. All too often, tags such
as liberal, conservative
and others are bandied back
and forth today without too
much regard as to what they
actually mean and often with without
out without being accurately applied.
Most of us probably assume
Mr. Stuart was talking in poli political
tical political terms, that his conser conservative
vative conservative is the Barry Goldwa Goldwater
ter Goldwater type, roughly, and his lib liberal
eral liberal more or less along the
lines of Hubert Humphrey
and indeed, how many of us
know just exactly where these
two gentlemen stand on a great
many issues? but to my
mind his usage i* much too
narrow and incomplete.
No less an authority than
Websters New Collegiate Dic Dictionary
tionary Dictionary agrees with Mr. Stuart
in citing conservative in part
as characteristic of a political
party which favors the conser conservation
vation conservation of existing institutions
and form* of government.
If we assume the liberal is
the antithesis of Mr. Stuarts
conservative, then Webster's
is on hi* side again in defining

Apathy Can Be Overcome

EDITOR:
I feel that some comment
should be made upon your re reprinting
printing reprinting of Peter Stuarts arti article
cle article (Conservatives Are The
Silent Generation). This glor glorification
ification glorification of the social apathy
among the mass of todays stu students
dents students is a perfect reflection of
the know-nothing anti intellec intellectualism
tualism intellectualism *o present upon our
nation's campuses.
It would be quite one thing
to say that the general polit political
ical political indifference reinforces the
status quo and thereby acts
as an anchor for conservatism
and against liberal social
change, but it is another mat matter
ter matter to say (as Stuart does) that
the latent social opinion of
these persona is conservative.
The liberal argument has
been consistently the attempt
to enlighten the apathetic to
their own self-interests; but the
conservative position has been,
generally, one of encourage encouragement
ment encouragement of apolitical attitudes.
Burely, the latent attitudes oi
many persons are conservative,
but we would argue that they
are conservative largely be because
cause because they art latent.
Once the individual who is
apathetic delvee into the so social
cial social issues, and only then, he
will gain the perspective of re reality
ality reality which creates the liber liberal
al liberal rebellion; acceptance of the
status quo (which the article
has labled latent conservatism)
is a natural aspect of apathy.
Acceptance can only turn to

liberal in part as, not
bound by orthodox tenets or es established
tablished established forms in political or
religious philosophy; indepen independent
dent independent in opinion; NOT CONSER CONSERVATIVE.
VATIVE. CONSERVATIVE.
However, Websters goes on
to add, having tendency to
democratic or republican, a3
distinguished from monarchical
or aristocratic, forms.
Now, if the existing insti institutions
tutions institutions and form s govern government
ment government at stake are democra democratic
tic democratic or republican, then it seems
the conservative and the li liberal
beral liberal wouldnt have too much
trouble getting together, does doesnt
nt doesnt it?
The trouble is, Mr. Stuart's
idea of a liberal seems to be
that he is one who indulges in
far-out antics and is a spend spendthrift,
thrift, spendthrift, a welfare statist; but a
true liberal may be none of
these things at all.
He may very well be a fol follower
lower follower of what Mr. Stuart call called
ed called the John Locke Thomas
Jefferson creed of individual individualism
ism individualism and private enterprise.
Websters, again, cites lib liberal
eral liberal as befitting a man of
free birth; . generous; boun bounteous;
teous; bounteous; openhanded; . not
narrow or contracted in mind;
broadminded.
There are many genuine lib liberals
erals liberals in this world who are not
spendthrifts, not welfare sta statists,
tists, statists, not far out. Some of
them are conservative politi politicians.
cians. politicians.
The key to our salvation lies
not in embracing stolid, apathe apathetic,
tic, apathetic, blind, conservative stands
against the movement of life,
nor in taking on heady, ill
inspired, liberal notions of
change for changes sake, but
in adopting and practicing
the high-minded, true-hearted,
libertarian precepts which Tho Thomas
mas Thomas Jefferson and John Locke
and Noah Webster have
set down in black-and-white for
u.
JIM MOORHEAD
Ocala

questioning when there is in intellectual
tellectual intellectual conflict; you can
not have this conflict witho u t
examination of the issues.
MARCELLO TRUZZI

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how many turns Me you
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Frolics Isn't Only Chance To Dress Up

By JOHN MILLER
Lets see where my nose is
stuck in and it doesnt belong
this week.
Fall Frolics! Yes. Could
mention that its tonight and
the prices and the floor show
and band and all that stuff.
But thats my business. I want
to write about something thats
none of my business. The dress
for women (girls. .ladies;
cross out two) on this fine
evening.
dress decision. MILLER
You see, I
didnt know. And I dont think
they do, either.
Frolics is the one weekend
when we can really get dressed
up. My dear young lady, no
one forbids you to dress up at
anytime. The rather aggressive aggressively
ly aggressively casual attire usually assumed
is your choice, not your re requirement.
quirement. requirement. And on this weekend,
of all 1 weekends, I feel sure your
date would be most pleased to
see you dreamed up and eas easily
ily easily identifiable as a woman, for
a change.
Who wants to dress sloppy
on Frolics weekend? Strange Strangely,
ly, Strangely, I have heard no edict re requiring
quiring requiring sloppiness, either.
Dresses suitable for movie
dates, yes. Dresses suitable
for classes, yes. Flats instead
of spikes, yes. But if you are
sloppy on movie dates and at attending
tending attending classes, perhaps this
weekend shall provide an edu educational
cational educational strain on the imagina imagination
tion imagination and result in an upgrading
of everyday appearance, rather
than an excessively ratty-look-
GUEST COLUMN

Foreigners Don't 'Dig' American Slang

(EDITORS NOTE: The an anthor,
thor, anthor, Sid Mittra, came to the
UF as a graduate student In
1957 from his home in Bom Bombay,
bay, Bombay, India. During his stay at
the UF he has written for the
Alligator, presented a program
of classical music on WRUF and
served as student government
commissioner for foreign af affairs.
fairs. affairs. On Nov. 29 he will pre present
sent present a program of classical mu music
sic music of India on WUFT, the uni university
versity university television station. He is
presently on the faculty of the
UF economics department and
studying for a PhD in econom economics.)
ics.) economics.)
By SID MITTRA
Who are you?
I am Sid Mittra from In India.
dia. India.
The hell with you.
That is the way I was warm warmly
ly warmly welcomed by my new room roommate
mate roommate at Sledd Hall four years
ago. He was a wealthy Am American
erican American from Palm Beach and
had & deep Southern accent. I
was then new to this country
and was obviously startled. But
that was only the beginning. I
have learnt many American
slangs since then. Some of these
slangs are extremely confusing
to foreigners, especially if the
newcomer happens to be from
the East.
I recall my first experience
in Gainesville. It was supper
time. As I walked out of my
hotel, the lady at the informa information
tion information desk smiled at me and
said: Behave yourself, now.
This shocked me to death for
this expression was to be used
in my country only when a per person
son person seriously insulted a lady. As
I found out later, I was way
off the track.
* *
The foreign students adviser
at one of the northern universi universities
ties universities told me an interesting story.
As he welcomed a student from
Korea, he asked: I see that
you wanted to go to Florida,
but came here. How come?
Come by train and taxi, was
the abrupt reply.
I was down at the Barnett
Bank one morning looking for
change for SIOO. The clerk had
a hard time understanding me.
But when he did. he inquired:

ing crowd tonight.
Now mind, I am not advo advocating
cating advocating informal dres s for Frol Frolics.
ics. Frolics. There ia somethipg about
formally attired coeds, singly
or in groups, that has an en enchantment
chantment enchantment attainable nowhere
else that I can imagine. You
look beautiful (Honest to Pete.
I am not being facetious) and
the closest thing to unabashed
pride we men know is to have
you by our side at such occa occasions.
sions. occasions.
But is the female mind and
the feminine resource so severe severely
ly severely taxed by this new rule that
it should provoke the dismay
and comment that it has? No
one has said you MUST wear
the most plain and uninventive
item in your wardrobe. Are
there not such things as cock cocktail
tail cocktail frocks, heels in fashion fashionable
able fashionable mode, dressy ensembles,
without resorting to all o u t
formal evening gowns and slip slippers?
pers? slippers?
Unwittingly, the attitude por portrayed
trayed portrayed is that it is impossible
for a young lady to look her
best in anything other than full
battle array. Nonsense! With
my own beady eyes, I have
seen dozens of girls who would
grace the arm of their escort
proudly at almost anytime. It
is a quality they have as wom women.
en. women. not a quality that is hang hanging
ing hanging in the closet waiting for
the proper moment.
Or is it that without the ar armor,
mor, armor, there is fear that you do
not have this quality? My dear,
you were probably asked as a
result of the impression and
appearance you made when
you had dress (ed) sloppy
for classes. Why do you think
you havent or cannot main maintain
tain maintain that attraction?
Actually, the root of the fur furor
or furor seem s to be that tradition
has been struck at. And
I agree. It has been struck at
in several ways, however. Un Unfortunately,
fortunately, Unfortunately, there is nothing
that can be done about the two-

How do you want this busted,
sir?
Once I met a Yankee from
Rhode Island. One day when
I was frantically trying to stu study,
dy, study, this hep cat dashed in
and harped: Sid, lets go to
chow.
Go to what?
Dog it- Wont you ever learn
to understand plain English?
Lets go eat.
Sorry, I have work to do.
You square, he said as he
left, You dont have a ghost
of a chance to survive in this
country.
* *
This happened on a local car
lot. After having failed to start
the car the salesman was in interested
terested interested in selling, he said:
Beats me. Sometime it do
work, sometime it dont.
Where ig your grammar?
The man replied sadly: She
died a couple of years ago. She

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night Frolics of days gone
by. The weekend is the only one
available and conflicts on the
University calendar force festi festivities
vities festivities on the public level to
be curtailed.
But the general public, mean meaning
ing meaning the independents, suffer for
it on a weekend that is one of
the great attractions of the fall
semester. If one is a Greek,
fine. Saturday night means par parties
ties parties at the house and that
group is satisfied.
What then maintains any
thing special in the weekend
for those who are not Greeks?
Movies? Long walks? Short
walks? Sitting down and star star'
' star' ing? How about the fellow who
a girl up for Frolics from
his home town? What does he do
with the rest of his special
weekend after the first eight
hours after she arrives and the
Friday night dance is over?
Cant excuse it by saying the
weekend is for the Greeks. If
that is sc, they shouldnt
let any independents in or they
shouldnt try to jack up the
admission for independents. Fro Frolics
lics Frolics is the last campus wide
bash left; Homecoming sure
wasnt, not much at all.
The fraternities and sororit sororities
ies sororities can rightfully claim leader leadership
ship leadership on this campus. They
should then fulfill its obliga obligations.
tions. obligations. To sponsor a weekend
for the campus is not enough
if the prime concern is only to
benefit the fraternities and
their membership.
There is a duty to make the
student body as a whole able
to enjoy this traditional week weekend
end weekend to the fullest, to offer to
everyone on campus a program
for Frolics that shows the
scope, ability and imagination
of the IFC and its membership
being brought to bear in an
effort to build the entire Uni University
versity University life into a memorable
and cherished experience.
And then I stepped down
from my soapbox.

was 70, you know./
It is difficult to judge how
loaded I am with American
slang. Perhaps I have learned
enough to carry on conversa conversation
tion conversation with any average Ameri American.
can. American.
However, the usage of such
words as pretty is still be beyond
yond beyond my comprehension. A
thing may be pretty good,
pretty bad, pretty easy,
pretty difficult, pretty nice,
pretty ugly. and finally,
pretty pretty.
As I approached the fag
end of my student career in the
States, I recall with amuse amusement
ment amusement the sixty four dollar
expression of my roommate
from Waycross, Georgia. When
I asked him what the expres expression
sion expression take it easy meant, he
promptly replied: Our slangs
are specifically designed to con confuse
fuse confuse the damn foreigners.



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Socially Speaking

Creeks Brace Up for Activities
Os Frantic Frolics Weekend

-By CAROL BULLGR
Z Gator Society Editor
FnoHckliig Greeks are getting in
a heyday mood already with spe special
cial special party plans for this
big weekend.
T&S Kappa Sigs are holding
their fourth annual Playboy Par Party
ty Party Saturday night. Order of the

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evening includes dinner for Kap Kappa
pa Kappa Sigs and dates followed by
a beauty contest to select the
1961 Kappa Sig Playmate.
After the contest and a social
hour, the Playboys take over.
Dance Concert
Pi Kappa Phi will attend the
dance-concert Friday night and

then return to the house for a
closed party. Saturday Pi Kaps
will hold open house for invited
guests and alumni.
That night the group will frolic
to sounds of the Madhatters in
another closed party.
Phi Gams will party informal informally
ly informally after Frolics Friday. Dough Doughnuts
nuts Doughnuts and coffee will be served
upon return from the gym.
Hi-Fi
Saturday night the Fijis will
hear the Six Hits and Miss.
Sig Eps plan a casual hi-fi par party
ty party following Fall Frolics. Satur Saturday
day Saturday night the Jets will play
at a Roaring 20s party, at the
SPE house.
Saturday night Pikes return to
the house for the music of Gor Gordon
don Gordon Henderson and his Blue
Rockers.
Mysterious gremlins will con convert
vert convert Phi Epsilon Pi into a horror
house this Saturday evening as
Phi Eps spook it up to the
music of the Versa-Tones.
Earlier in the afternoon the an annual
nual annual Phi Ep pledge-brother foot football
ball football game and barbecue will be
held at the Austin Cary Memor Memorial
ial Memorial Forest.
Slumming It
Sigma Chis and dates will
dine together before Frolics Fri Friday
day Friday night. Saturday night the
Sigs will host a hobo party.
Sorority news is of new initiates
and a new pledge president.
Eight girls were welcomed in into
to into Panhellenic sisterhood at the
Tri Delt house this week. Peggy
Neal received the best pledge
bracelet and Mary Frances Tuc.
ker received the scholarship
award.
Zeta Tau Alpha honored their
eight new sisters with a banquet
Monday evening. Eight girls
were initiated Nov. 12.
Linda Ramsay was selected
president of her pledge class by
Kappa Delta pledges. Suzanne Ro Robinson
binson Robinson is vice-president; Anne
Goedard, secretary, and Mary
Eastland, treasurer.

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Twist Is an Asset
To Campus Dancing
By LEA BUSSEY
Gator F e ature Editor
Take a towel and dry your back and with your right
or left foot put out a cigarette.
With these motions you're doing the twist."
The dance craze that has hit the campus full force,
has become increasingly popular at parties and socials.
According to fraternity social chairmen, people w T ho
were at first hesitant to make the big move are now
twisting with easeand without being self-conscious.
But the twist is not new.
Civil War Started It
It origins were traced back to the Civil War, accord according
ing according to Sonny Brooks, part-owner and instructor at Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Murrays Dance Studio in Jacksonville. The twist
recently revived in Europe and made a trans-Atlantic
gyration to New York the self-acclaimed twisting
capital."
People stand in line for hours outside of New York
clubs to watch the celebrities twist," says Brooks.
The dance has spread west and south, and is doing
well all over the country. A few states have banned it
however, because it is too expressive."
OK IN D. C.
But Washington society seems to have sanctioned it
and many couples over 40 have asked to learn it, he
added.
According to Irving Waglow, associate professor of
physical education and a social dance instructor, the
twist is not yet in."
I think the twist is somewhat of a passing fancy.
Those with inhibitions stay on the sidelines/ I think
people should get out and dance rather than be specta spectators.
tors. spectators. To me its just plain exercise."
More people dance the hully gully, which originated
in the Islands and has been around for about a year," he
added. The hully gully is fun and the nice part about
it is that you dont need a partner."
The newest dances, according to one cool cat, are the
Mashed Potato" and The Fly," soon to make their
appearance at the UF.
4-nd that could be another new twist.
Arab Student Hit By Car
A foreign student was hospital- El-Batal was riding east when he
ized in the Medical Center with was struck from behind by the
a fractured skull after being car.
struck by a car while riding a El-Batal was taken to Alach Alachbicycle
bicycle Alachbicycle on University Ave. Tues- ua General Hospital and then
day night. transferred to the Medical Cen-
Salah El-Batal, of Syria, was ter. The bicycle had no lights or
hit in front of the Kappa Alpha reflectors and El-Batal was
house about 11:30 p. m. Tuesday wearing dark clothes at the time
by a car driven by Phillip Allan of the accident.
Wolff. A report from the Gaines- No charges were immediately
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A Show-Stopper

Players Are Plagued

By JIM SRODES
Gator Staff Writer
The show must go on.
But as far as the UF's Florida
Players are concerned, the show
might not go on this time.
With the Dec. 6 opening date
getting closer of their production
of A Little On the Side, the
Players have been plagued with
rehearsal problems.
Assistant director Loretta
Friedman said the usual diffi difficulties
culties difficulties with costumes, scenery
and handling of the large cast of
25 has been added to by the fact
the principal characters have been
changed three times.
If there are any more troubles,
director Ronald Jerit said the
presentation would be delayed.
The play is based on a series
of 15th Century one-act plays
devised by traveling mistrals. The
original title of the drama was
'Messiah' Soloists Picked
Soloists for the Music Depart Department's
ment's Department's presentation of Handel's
Messiah, scheduled for Dec. 17
in the Florida Gym, have been
announced.
Soloists will be Sherry Troy,
soprano; Becky Daniels, con contralto;
tralto; contralto; John Day, tenor, and
William Clark, baritone. The
Messiah will be presented
With a chorus of over 400, a *uH
symphony orchestra and soloists.
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C enter News

Thanksgiving Dinners Set

By BONNIE SUE GOODMAN
(EDITOR'S NOTE: Student
enters have net been turning in
the information for this column.
For neVvs to be printed, it should
be placed in the manila envelope
en the bulletin board in the Gator
office by noon each Tuesday.)
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TER: CENTER: The Newman Club will

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The Florida Alligator, Friday, Novembtr 17, 1961

have an International dance this
ISaturday at 8 p.m. Admission is
free and refreshments will be
served. There will also be live
entertainment.
EPISCOPAL UNIVERSITY
CENTER: This Sunday at 8 a.m.
Holy Communion Services will be
held. At 8:45 there will be a

breakfast, with a discussion per period
iod period following at 9:30. Morning
Prayer and Church School will
be held at 11.
There will be a supper at 6
p.m. in the Center.
Holy Communion Service will
be held this Tuesday at 6:50 a.m.
There will be no Wednesday ser service.
vice. service.
This Sunday evening at 7 p.m.
the Education Commission of the
Chapel will hold an open meet meeting
ing meeting with Dr. Kolarik, acting head
of the Counseling Service.
Thanksgiving Day at noon there
will be a celebration of the Holy
Communion to be followed by a
Thanksgiving dinner in Weed
Hall. Those wishing to attend
should sign up in the Center.
PRESBYTERIAN UNIVER.
SITY CENTER: There will be a
dinner at 5 p.m., after which a
talk will be given by Dr. Herbert.
Thanksgiving vespers will be
conducted Tuesday at 9:30 p.m.
by Melissa Price.
UNIVERSITY LIBERAL
FORUM, formerly the University
Liberal Religious Association, will
meet Sunday Night, November
19th, in the Johnson Lounge of
the Florida Union. Dr. A. Diedier
Graeffe will lead the discussion.

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. Ernest Hamilton Lives Off of Student Integrity
An Apple a Day,
But All Don't Pay

By SANDY SWEITZER
Gator Staff Writer
IOU notes, dollars and half dol dollars,
lars, dollars, cigarettes and hair clips
are some of the things Ernest

Hamilton finds when he collects
receipts from Honor System ap apples.
ples. apples.
How effective is the Honor Sy System?
stem? System? Os the 290-350 sold each
day, Hamilton reports that a
quarter of them are unaccounted
for in the days receipts.
On Credit?
Often the money does not come
out even. Hamilton feels this
might result from people who put
in uneven amounts of money or
pay for their apples on ,a credit
basis.
Hamilton, 3BA Flavet H resi resident,
dent, resident, purchased the honor apple
concession for $l5O this fall un under
der under the auspices of Hayes Mc-
Clelland, assistant dean of men.
Any UF student may bid for the
concession and a bill of sale is
awarded the winning bidder.
Distributes at Dawn
At 6:15 am. Hamilton drives
his car around the campus to*
distribute about 350 apples in his
four apple boxes. He collects un unsold
sold unsold fruit at about 5 p.m. He es estimates
timates estimates that he spends about
two hours per day working on the
various phases of the job.
Hamilton recently moved a
box from the Engineering Build Building
ing Building to the Hub because of the
high percentage of loss which oc occurred
curred occurred at the former spot.
Lost Half
Boxes have also been tried at
Matherly and Anderson Halls,
but there was a 50 per cent loss.
Hamilton is considering the pos possibility
sibility possibility of getting vending ma machines
chines machines for the fruit.
I dont want to offend those
who have been honest, but l won wonder
der wonder if vending machines might
remedy my problem, said Ham Hamilton.
ilton. Hamilton.
What happens to the extra ap apples?
ples? apples? Hamilton reports that he is
getting tired of eating apple pie,
apple strudel, apple dumplings,
apple turnovers, apple cake and
just plain apples.
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In The Dark

'Back St/ Takes Back Seat;
Critic: Is It A 'Hiss-or-a-Miss?'

By FRED SCHNEIDER
Gator Amusements Editor
Sounds heard during various
parts of the dialogue of Fanny
Hursts Back Street, starring
Susan Hayward and John Gavin,
appearing this weekend at the
Florida Theater:
She: I cant go on without
you I wont let you
(Kiss..fade out)
He: I dont know how long we
can go on like this.
She: It doesnt matter as long
as we have those few moments
together.
Audience: Hssssssssssss
Gin
He: (to his wife) Darling, why
dont you give me a divorce?
IH give you everything I
own. (Content: Chain of De Department
partment Department stores)
shaving.
Schneider The Boy:
Does it hurt?
He: No baby, not anymore.
Audience: Hssssssssssss
She: Hello Paul
He: Hello Rae
Audience: Hssssssssssss
Cliches
He: I think you have had plen plenty
ty plenty of champagne.
She: What are you going to do
about it.
He: Nothing.
She: Great Zot. .nothing?
Audience: Iccccch!
(Then the clincher-oo)
She: All the cliches of life are
true.
Audience: (In unison) Whatre
they kidding? Boooooooooooooo!
There is much more. It gets
much worse. People left in drove. 3
.. mostly before the picture was
over.
The word trite is too grad gradiose
iose gradiose for this killer-diller.
Zap!
Zap Zap! Dust!
That is what happens when you
get in the way of the super superdeath-dissolving-ray
death-dissolving-ray superdeath-dissolving-ray and port portable
able portable roullette wheel combi combination
nation combination gun.
They came from .. Holly Hollywood.
wood. Hollywood. These monsters from the
unknown. In little contact lens lensshaped
shaped lensshaped ships.
Well blow them up with A Abombs.
bombs. Abombs.
Booooom!
It didnt hurt them help helphelp!

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War of the Worlds is one of
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as far as effects go.
The picture itself offers an hour
course into genm warfare and
the wonderful advantages of the
Mickey-Mouse gas mask-and mask-andusing
using mask-andusing .a- lot -of extras combi combination.
nation. combination.
Its enjoyably ridiculous, at the
Fla. Union Movie this weekend.
Masterpiece
The State has finally brought
Saturday Night and Sunday
Morning to Gainesville.
Someone had to do it a mas masterpiece
terpiece masterpiece such as this cannot
be forgotten.
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FRIDAY, NOV. 17
"PEPE"
"CANTINFLAS"
"THE WILD ONE"
MARLON BRANDO
SATURDAY, NOV. 18
"NO NAME ON THE
BULLET"
AUDIE MURPHY
"LOVE IN A
GOLDFISH BOWL"
TOMMY SANDS
"THE WORLD OF
SUZIE WONG"
WILLIAM HOLDEN
STARTING
SUNDAY, NOV. 19
"EXODUS"
PAUL NEWMAN
EVA MARIE SAINT

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morrow tomorrow theory.
He prostitutes his best friend's
wife, makes time with a'jfcoody a'jfcoodygoody
goody a'jfcoodygoody named Doreen (the chasto
little thing) and ends uprever upreversing
sing upreversing everything all for the sak*
of a picnic.
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Kappa Sig, Pi Kap Win Crowns: Tennis Next

Sorat Tennis
In Progress
On the women's mural scene
the sorority firls wind up tennis
play next week. While the Inde Independent
pendent Independent and Dorm Women's vol volleyball
leyball volleyball tournament draws to a
close.
Earlier in the week Alpha Ep Epsilon
silon Epsilon Phi defeated DPhIE and
Zeta Tau Alpha defeated Alpha
Chi Omega.
Table Tennis
Table Tennis play will begin
in the Sorat Circut next week.
The drawings will be held
Monday, November 18 in room
227 of tiie Florida Gym.
Table Tennis will be played in
a single elimination tourney and
..will begin the Monday after the
Thanksgiving break.
Five To A Team
Each team will consist qt five
players. One singles and two
doubles matches will be played,
the winning team must win 2 of
the three matches.
Womens Independent
The volleyball tourney in the
Womens Independent ind Dorm
League is expected to draw to a
close shortly after the return
from Thanksgiving.
N. W. Broward is currently
leading the league with a five
win and no loss marie while sec second
ond second ranked Yules boasts a four
and one record.
Dorms Close
Grid Races
The Mens Dorm Leagues are
moving toward a close of their
flag football program.
.Own Leagues
Each dorm area contains i t s
own league, leaders in the Mur Murphree
phree Murphree area are Murphree A in
the bracket one with a 8-0 rec record,
ord, record, Murphree D in bracket 2
with an overall record of 3-0 and
Thomas D with a 4-0 mark in
bracket 8.
Graham Area
In Graham Area, Graham 4 cur currently
rently currently leads with a 4-0 mark.
Trussler 2 leads its division with
a 8-1 mark while Simpson 4 owns
the top mark in the Simpson
league with a 3-1 mark.
Homaless Bowfgrs
Defeat Georgia
Unknown to most people, there
were two UF victor eg in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville last weekend.
An impromptu UF bowling team
walked off with a 2-790-2287 vic victory
tory victory over the University of Geor Georgias
gias Georgias bowling team In Jacksonville
Saturday.
Top men for the unsanctioned
gator team were Jim Wooten, lUC,
with 835 and Barry Biebel. 2UC,
585. Up front for the Georgia
keglers (as bowlers are often
called were Charles Finch, 531,
and Jim Ham, 518. Others on the
gator team were Darrel Rohn,
lUC; Roger Kay, 2UC; and James
Ruppersberger, 2UC.
The UF team was hastily put
together when they received a
long distance 'phone call from
the University of Georgia team
last week. The bowlers would like
to form a UF sponsored team to
compete with other schools.
Team spokesman Darrel Rhon
said there are teams at Auburn,
University of Georgia, FSU, and
most of the big ten schools.
We have our own shoes and
balls, Rohn said, all we need
now Is money for shirts. Travel
would be no problem because we
need only five to seven men on
a trip.
Physical Education coach Wil William
liam William P. Bens said there are sev several
eral several other sports clubs interest interested
ed interested in socker, fencing and Judo
who want to form competitive
teams, but there is a limit to
the money available for such
things.
Benz didnt say that a bowling
team was impossible but the de decision
cision decision would be up to Coach Spur Spurgeon
geon Spurgeon Cherry and Dean D. K. Stan,
ley, head of the physical educa education
tion education department
Other schools around the state
have stayed away from collegi collegiate
ate collegiate bowling teams. Benz said.
This is probably due to the
gambling involved in the sport
Bowlers everywhere will play
Jackpot games and maybe bet a
little on the side. The professional
; teams wouldn't be interested in
{playing a UF team tor ton.
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Fred Griffith, center for Orange League champion
Kappa Sigma* goes for a good gain against finalist
Phi Delta Theta.
Griffith played well throughout the game catch catching
ing catching for many short gainers, to move the Kappa Sigs
toward their 12-6 final win.
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Booters Win;
Off To St. Pete

The always powerful Florida
Soccer Club, with a three game
winning streak going for it, tra travels
vels travels to St. Petersburg today to
take part in the West Coast Soc Soccer
cer Soccer Championships.
Four Team Tourney
The tournament will take place
on Friday and Saturday. Besides
the UF team, the St. Petersburg
Soccer Club, the Tampa Interna Internationals,
tionals, Internationals, and the Tampa Independ Independants,
ants, Independants, will take part.
All of these teams have old older
er older and more experienced play players
ers players on them, including many
players who played In Europe
and South .America where the
game is emphasized more.
The Club took its third win of
the reason last Saturday morn morning
ing morning when it defeated the Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville University team, 5-2 behind
Willy Miles who booted three
goals. The game was played in
Jacksonville before the Gator
Georgia football game.
Miles Scores
Miles kicked all three of his
goals in the first 45 minute half
to give the Gators a 44 lead
at halftime. His first came with
10 minutes gone, followed by an another
other another seven minutes later. After
a goal by A1 Aguirre, Miles
added another Just before the
half.
JU came back in the second
period to make, two scores,
but it wasn't enough to over overcome
come overcome the UF team's steady
play. Juan Hemades added an
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insurance goal for the final
Gator score.
Besides Miles and Hernades,
other stand out players for the
Club were Fred Shaya, Frank
Gay, Tom Cadavid, and Oroesto
Ordonez.
The Oub, coached! by Alan
Moore of the UF Physical Edu Education
cation Education department had beaten the
Dolphins before in Gainesville,
as well as their season opeifer
with Rollins.
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Kappa Sigma coupled A tough
defense with a smart offense to
defeat Phi Delta Theta 12-6 in
the final and became the flag
football champs of the Orange
League.
Last Second TO
The Kappa Sig a had defeated
Tau Epsilon Phi on a last second
TD jpn the semi final round Mon Monday
day Monday while the league leading Phi
Delta got to the semi finals via a
win over Alpha Epsilon Pi Mon Monday
day Monday afternoon.
A hard rash on the part of
Soett Enselmo kept the pres pressure
sure pressure on the Phi Delt quarter quarterback
back quarterback and enabled the Kappa
Mgs to knock down many pass passes
es passes and to Intercept 2 mis misthrown
thrown misthrown heaves.
With the two teams tied 6 6
after the half the Kappa Sigs
took charge and drove down the
field finally driving across from
the five on a flat pass to Jack
Yerdy.
PUT Rum Out of Time
The point was missed but the
12-6 margin was all that was ne necessary
cessary necessary as the Phi Delta gave up
the ball on downs and then ran
out of time.
Don Rutledge played an out outstanding
standing outstanding game for the Phi

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Delta, catching many passes
and playing well on defense,
Rutledge was a constant thorn
in the side of the victorious
Kappa Sigs.
The second place finish keeps
the Phi Delta on top of the mur mural
al mural standings. They had previous previously
ly previously taken the water basketb all
trophy and had finished a close

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Fred Griffith KS
Ron Birchall PDT
Gayle Darville SN
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Tom Moore PKT
Howie Rosen TEP
Larry Wasserman .. TEP
Jim Duncan KA
Joe Shaffer PKP
Terry Rooke PKP
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Nu.
PiKaps Win In Blue
In Blue League, Pi Kappa Phi,
last years Blue champs, copped
the flag football title Tuesday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon by downing Alpha Gam Gamma
ma Gamma Rho by a 28*12 counts.
The Pi Kaps built
around the throwing of quar*
torback Joe Shaffer, marched
through the AG B defense
with practically no resistance.
Shaffer threw for all for TD
and extra points.
One of his moat consistent re receiver
ceiver receiver was fullback Terry. Roark
who scored two of the TDs.
Olay Rusher
On defense the Pi K&ps depend*
ed heavily on rusher Hank clay to
put the pressure on the AGR pass-,
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Basketball Coach Norman Sloan
will conduct a rules clinic with
the help of the. players. Follow Following
ing Following an introduction of the two
teams, the game will begin at
5:15 p.m.
This will be the first appear appearance
ance appearance for the varsity, hoping to
better last years record, and the
freshmen, touted as one of the
finest frosh teams in UF history.
The yarsity opens its regular
season December 1 against Duke.
The varsity, coached by As Assistant
sistant Assistant Coach Perry Moore for
the game, will have several
members from last years team
thf* finished fourth in the SEC
p* ad a 15-11 record against
some of the nations best

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Hu Florida Alligator, Friday, November 17, 1961

teams. Included in those wins
were nine games without a
loss in Florida Gym.
Top returnee is team captain
Lou Merchant, who will start at
guard. Merchant has been mem memtioned
tioned memtioned as a possible All-American
this year after a fine season last
year. He led the team in scor scoring
ing scoring and averaged 17.5 points a
game as he made the All-SEC
team. Merchants specialty is a
jump shot from 20 feet out or
more. He is also a fine floor
man.
Veteran Luyk
Another returning veteran is
center Cliff Luyk who was se second
cond second in the conference in re rebounds
bounds rebounds and had a 15 point aver average.
age. average. The 67 senior has a fine

hook shot. He made the "shot of
the year last season when his
basket beat Mississippi State in
the last four seconds.
Joe Metzger, who started sev several
eral several games last year, will give
plenty of experience to the for forward
ward forward position. His expected
running mate, Carlos Morrison,
another top reserve last season,
is injured and the other starter
will either be Taylor Stokes, up
from the freshman team, or jun junior
ior junior college transfer Tom Bart>ee.
The other guard position is
still up for grabs with Buddy
Bales, ineligible last season,
Neal Oody, a non letterman
from the 1960-61 team, and Jim
Jarrett, another junior college
transfer, all contending. Anoth Another

er Another member of last years frosh,
EkKUe Clark, will hack tip
Luyk at center and his 6-B* o*
height should be a Gator asset
this year.
The freshmen, coached by
James McCachren, will be agu agumented
mented agumented for this game with three
transfer students ineligible under
NCAA rules from playing for the
varsity this season. All three may
start and should see plenty of ac action
tion action if an all frosh team is
named.
Transfer Threats
The three transfers all have
pressive qualifications. Forward
Richie Leibowitz played on the
varsity as a freshman at Bran Brandeis
deis Brandeis and had a 21 point average.
Guard Tom Baxley, who led
North Miami to the state cham championship
pionship championship two years ago, broke all
Maryland freshman scoring re records.
cords. records.
Brooks Henderson, who pl a 7*
ed for Coral Gables in high
school, had a 19 point average
for the New York University
frosh last season. Hes a 6-9 for forward.
ward. forward. All three players wffl
work out with the varsity team
after Mondays game.
The frosh boast of height to
spare and a starting lineup could
have 6B Bob Hoffman at cen center,
ter, center, 6B Bill Boss and Bs Ri Richard
chard Richard Tomlinson at forwards, and
Donnie Mason at guards.
Bama, Ole Miss,
LSU To Bowls
Bowl bids are in the balance
and conference rankings are on
the line as all major clashes in
the SEC are family affairs this
weekend. The spectre of upset
hovers over Bowl prospects of no
less than five SEC teams.
Alabama, the nations No. 2
team with an 8-0 record and the
pacemaker in the SEC, takes
on Georgia Tech, surprised last
week by Tennessee, 10-6. A bid
to the Orange BoWl rests on
Techs performance this weekend.
Paul Dietzels powerful L.S.IJ.
Bengals, currently ranked No. 4,
host hot Mississippi State, fresh
from its stunning upset victory
over Auburn, 11-10. Jerry Stovall,
Wendell Harris, Roy Winston and
Co. should rack up their eighth eighthstraight
straight eighthstraight victory and their choice
of Bowls,.
No. 6, Mississippi, returned to
favor with the sportswriters as
a result of its 56-0 mashing of
Chattanooga, travels to Knoxville
to meet spoiler Tennessee.
Visitor role in the Cotton
Bowl depends on this one.
Always tough Auburn, loser of
two games by one point, bids fair
to administer another licking to
the already soundly thrashed
Georgia Bulldog at its house at
Athens.
In a match of also rans, Tu Tulane
lane Tulane meets Vanderbilt in the su sugar
gar sugar Bowl. Tulane, with a head of
steam after its 6-0 loss to heav heavily
ily heavily favored Miami, Is favored by
two over a battered Vandy team.
Kentucky steps outside of both
its league and class to take a
breather with Xavier of Ohio.


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W L T Percentage
Gora 53 22 3 .697
Buchalter 49 26 3 .646

By MIKE GORA
Alligator Sports Editor
Alabama over Georgia Tech
. This one could be a toss up.
Tech up after loss to Vols. Bry Bryant
ant Bryant smelling roses. Shades of
Johnny Mack.
Oklahoma over Army . Soon Sooners
ers Sooners are on the move, a little late
this year but just wait. Cadets
to fall.
Notre Dome over Syracuse .
The Pompano Bean Picker to lead
the Irish over arch rivals.
Michigan State over N'Western
. . Staters to try and get back.
Ratings are a funny thing.
LSU over Mississippi State .
Dogs fooled me last week,
this time theres no foolery afoot
with the somewhere else than Su Sugar
gar Sugar bound Bengals.
Auburn over Georgia .
Plainesmen might have a hard
time handling the win hungry
Bulldogs. Could be a good indi indication.
cation. indication.
Ole Miss over Tennessee .
The miracle of Knoxville not to
be repeated, Rebs are too tough
for Vols.
Minnesota over Purdue .
Just a hunch along with the
rest of the heavy betters.
Texas over TCU . Number
one team in the country to stay
there, this has been said before.
Longhorns to keep up big score
average.

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Loss Spoils Unbeaten Season

By MARTY EDWARDS
Gator Sports Writer
The University of Florida fresh freshman
man freshman football team ended its sea
son with a 22-17 loss to Auburns
Baby Tigers at Cliff Hare Stad Stadium,
ium, Stadium, Monday afternoon. The de defeat
feat defeat gave the Baby Gators a fin final
al final season record of 2 wins and l
defeat, and also spoiled the
froshs chance for the second un undefeated
defeated undefeated freshman football team
in Florida history.
Auburn scored the first touch touchdown
down touchdown of the game when half halfback
back halfback Billy Edge took the open opening
ing opening kickoff on his 13 yard Hne
and raced 87 yards to score.
Gators Come Back
Florida then came back to do-

By BILL BUCHALTER
Sports Editor Emeritus
You can yell at me these next
few weeks. Im going for all the
upsets. The way Im going
though, Ian the one wholl be
upset.
FSU over Miss. Southern. .
This could be a close one but the
eyes have it for the Indians.
Army over Oklahoma. .this
is the only time I like the Army.
Alabama over Tech. .Sorry
girls but the pass-receiving trio
of Homans, Hansen and Jacob Jacobsen
sen Jacobsen should not see to much ac action
tion action this weekend with the hard hardcharging
charging hardcharging Bamans.
Notre Dame over Syracuse. .
This is a toughie but Ginson and
Drue should squirm to the TDs
for the Irish.
Mich. State over Northwestern
. .The Spartans should soften
up the Wildcats for Miami and
a very sandy-eyed Teddy bear.
LSU over Miss. State. .It
cant happen twice in a row al although
though although Portman and Margulis are
Auburn over Georgia. .A re revenge
venge revenge battle dedicated to Defun Defuniak
iak Defuniak Davey, the midgit politician.
Ole Miss over Tenn. . The
Knoxville special will be derad deraded.
ed. deraded.
Purdue over Minn. .Ive lost
every week betting against Minn.
Texas over TCU. .It should
be a brilliant weekend for the
Longhorns.

minate the second and third quar quarters
ters quarters and scored two touchdowns
and a field goal via long drives.
Florida scored its two touch touchdowns
downs touchdowns in the first half with full fullback
back fullback Larry Hess gaining the first
score on a one yard plunge and
quarterback Tom Shannon passed
six yards to end Ken Werth for
the second touchdown. Quarter Quarterback
back Quarterback James Hall added both extra
points.
A Florida third quarter drive
was stopped deep in Auburn
territory so Hall came off the
bench to boot a 22 yard field
goal, which put Florida in the
lead 17-7 at the end of the third
quarter.
Auburn came back in the
fourth quarter behind the passing,
of quarterback Jimmy Sidle and
the running of Tucker Frederick Frederickson
son Frederickson and David Rawson to pick up
two touchdowns on long drives.
Sidle passed 10 yards to end Jim Jimmy
my Jimmy Speegle* for one touchdown,
and ran 12 yards himself for the
other.
Team Speed And Defensa
All in all the Baby Gators team
has lived up to all advance no notices,
tices, notices, and may place a dozen or
more boys on next years var varsity.
sity. varsity. The freshman team has been
sited for its team speed, hard hardrunning
running hardrunning backs, and top defense,
which includes hard tackleing.
The defense was led by centers
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Max Bilinski and Roger Pettee,
guards Jerry Davis and Bill Rich Richbough,
bough, Richbough, and tackles Dennie Mur Murphy
phy Murphy and John Thompson.
The offense has rolled up yard
after yard of gainage, and tallied
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in just three games. Most'of the
backs on the first two froeh
strings will be candidates lor the
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