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But Harlequin, If Won't Hurt Long

Comedians caper in Florida Players
production of the Italian comedy,
/The Loves of Harlequin which op opens
ens opens Wednesday and continues through
Saturday in Norman Hall auditorium
From left:-Carol Ory, Charles Harper,
Keith Kennedy and Philip Giverson.
Performances will begin at 7:30
p.m. Wednesday and Thursday and at
8 p.m. Friday and Saturday.

Little Word
KHb Peels
No. 1 Rival
Orange Peel Acting Editor
Jack Horan learned this week
the Peels arch-rival hi college
humor magazine circles, had
"died.
Officials at Texas objected to
Texas Rangers use of an off offcolor,
color, offcolor, four-letter word in a rec recent
ent recent issue.
Hie Magazine is being read by
the University of Texas student
body but the Bangers editors
were all removed from their
posts.
The administration at Texas
said the word did not reflect
favorably on the University of
Texas.
The Ranger has been the
Peels arch-rival in national con contests
tests contests In the past. The Peel
placed second to the Ranger in
1960 and was rated first in the
own poll the same
year.
Horan said he disliked seeing
the Peels main competitor go
by the wayside and added he
Would not like to see the faculty
treat the Cfr&nge Peel in such
a manner.
Seminar Ta Be Held
A Life Sciences Seminar on an.
imal viruses and embryos will
be conducted by Dr. James D.
Ebert, of the Carnegie Institution
of Washington embryology depart department,
ment, department, Dec. 6, in Flint 101, at
SKk> pjn.

11l Antl-Cmtro Movement
"*** ' ** "
Cuban Students Appeal ter Aid

By IHUL CURRY
Gator Managing Editor
"Help us free Cuba."
Three members of an unorganised Cuban
revolutionary movement on campus repeated an
appeal made at the Florida-Miami football game
Saturday.
The trio were among 18 students who die*
tributes 8,800 leaflets bearing the appeal to
spectators at Florida Field. One member of
the group spoke on the public address system
on the student side of the field during half halftime.
time. halftime.
The speaker requested his name not be used
because he feared for his relatives in Cuba.
"You can use my name, one of his friends
said, "Castro already has my name on his Mack
list.
Alberto Crux said Castro got his name for be being
ing being one of the participants in last Aprils abor abortive
tive abortive invasion of the island country.
The third mbmber of the trio is Samuel Wein.
ste'
"We wanted to create an awareness of our
countrys plight and to keep the issue of what
is going on in our country alive, Weinstein said
in explaining the groups action Saturday.
They said they planned to announce soon speci specific
fic specific programs and instances as tt> what UF stu students
dents students ban do in order to help "free Cuba.
'Time is not on our side with the Cuban
situation getting worse daily. We felt we had
to make a quick appeal when we had the
chance to reach so many people at the last
footboH game of the year, Weinstein said.
They said they were interested in forming an
educational, not a political group at the mo moment.
ment. moment. ... .
"We need the resources and material to c ar aril
il aril on the fight in Cuba, they said, 'But per per'em

THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR

Diplomat to Address
Caribbean Conference

U.S. Assistant Secretary of State
Robert F. Woodward will be fea featured
tured featured speaker at the 12th Annual
Conference on the Caribbean
which begins on campus Wed Wednesday.
nesday. Wednesday.
The three-day meet is expected
to attract 300 Caribbean area
educators, diplomats and busi businessmen.
nessmen. businessmen.
Colombia Theme
Theme of the conference l a
Contemporary Colombia. Five
round table panels will discuss
Colombias political, economic and
sss Needed
For Elevator
A drive for money to complete
the elevator shaft in the Cen Century
tury Century Tower will be sponsored by
UFs Student Government.
According to student govern government
ment government secretary of public rela relations
tions relations Mike Parks, hopes are to
raise money to finish the shaft
and install an elevator so the
Century Tower can be open to the
public.
Student government had plan planned
ned planned to open the tower during
Homecoming this fall, but the
idea was killed because of the
unfinished elevator shaft, said
Parks.
A rough stairway leads to the
top of the tower, Parks explain explained,
ed, explained, but it is too dangerous for
public use.
A date has not been set for
the fund drive.

Reservations can be made between
three and five p.m. daily at the stu student
dent student service booth opposite the Hub.
They will be held only until 10 min minutes
utes minutes before curtain time.
Admission is free to students with
ID cards. High school students will
be charged 50 cents and others must
pay 75 cents.
(See PREVIEW, Page 3)

social problems. Other discussions
will center on Colombias history,
anthropolgy, geography and cul culture.
ture. culture.
With the current struggle of
political ideologies currently go going
ing going on in Latin America, the con conference
ference conference assumes greater impor importance
tance importance in providing knowledge
and understanding of that area,
said UF Director of the School of
Inter-American Studies A. Curtis
Wilgus.
Assistant Secretary of State
Woodward will speak at the final
banquet of the three-day confer conference
ence conference Saturday. Six journalists
from Colombia will also attend
the conference sponsored by the
UF, the International Petroleum
Company and the National Fed Federation
eration Federation of Coffee Growers.
Explore Experiment
After several years of political
revolutions, the leaders of Col.
ombias opposing parties decid decided
ed decided to divide their power and
serve alternate terms as presi president.
dent. president. Robert L. Gilmore and Fre Fredrico
drico Fredrico G. Gil will discuss Colom Colombias
bias Colombias experiment in bi partisan
government at a round table
meeting Thursday.
In addition to the round table
discussions, the US and Colom Colombian
bian Colombian delegations will each speak
twice at the conference. Wood,
ward and M. M. Brisco, presi president
dent president of the International Petro Petroleum
leum Petroleum Company will speak for the
United States. Speakers from the
Colombian delegation will be Be.
gota diplomats Mauricio Obre Obregon
gon Obregon knd Eduard Zuleta.

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haps most important, we need the moral sup support
port support of our fellow students and the American
public.
Explaining why they had not given their group
a name. Crus said, "Names are not important.
Previous attempts have concentrated more upon
the name of the group than upon the Idea.
Sam said the American people have been
sympathetic to the aatf-Cmtre cause but hue
not been given an opportunity to channel them
feelings into u means es aiding the move*
The groups leader said that they did not
have the complete backing of the entire Cuban
community dn campus. There are 74 Cubans
registered at the UF.
(See CUBANS, Page *) 4

University of Florida, Gainesville Tuesday, December 5# 1961

Bryant Promises Profs Voice
In State Education Decisions

Shelter Spots
Set for UF'ers;
Must Bring Food
By FRANK WESTMARK
Gator Staff Writer
Temporary student fall fallout
out fallout shelter assignments and
instructions were released
Monday in an official state statement
ment statement from the University
administration signed by
UF President Dr. J. Wayne
Reitz.
A permanent plan covering afl
operations of the University will
be issued early in 1962.
According to the statement, stu students
dents students should bring their own food
and containers for water, in view
of the possibility of a two week
stay in the shelter. Water will be
available at the shelter for filling
containers.
An attack warning will be given
immediately through the Con el elrad
rad elrad system on all radio stations.
In addition, the University is
presiding a warning system utiliz utilizing
ing utilizing the Century tower. Informa Information
tion Information will be released as soon as
the system is completed.
Until the completion of the
permanent plan, the following gen general
eral general program will be in effect:
(See SHELTERS, Page t)
Chancellors
May Be Paid
Chancellor of Honor Court will
be a paying position if an amend amendment
ment amendment to the Student Body Fin.
ance Law passes its second
reading before the Legislative
Council tonight.
The amendment, which passed
its first reading Nov. 21, will ap.
prove paying the chancellor S3OO
a year.
The bill was made retroactive
and Chancellor Bill Trickel will
receive a salary if tbe bill pass passes.
es. passes.
Trickel estimated he spends an
average of 16 hours a week on
his job.
Before a bill becomes a law it
must pass two readings in the
Legislative Council.

Students Cautioned
On Use of Drugs

A memorandum cautioning stu students
dents students to avoid the use of dexe dexedrine
drine dexedrine and similar stimul ati n g
drugs to enforce sleeplessness was
issued this week by Dean of Stu Student
dent Student Affairs Lesler Hale.
Dean Hale said the memoran memorandum
dum memorandum was circulated by his office
at the request of the Student
Health Service.
According to the memorandum,
use of the drugs without medical
prescription can result in the fol.
lowing harmful effects:
1) In healthy individuals it may
cause a state of extreme jitters
and anxiety, impair co-ordination,
and reduce ability for rational
judgment and thinking. This is
deceptive as the drug often in increases
creases increases the individual's confidence
in his ability to retain facts.
2) In a person not in good
health, the drug may agitate the
individuals basic disorder.
3) In persons who are emo emotional
tional emotional unstable the drug may pre precipitate
cipitate precipitate acute anxiety states and
periods of prolonged sleepless,
ness.
4) When taken in high dosage
with resultant prolonged periods
without sleep, severe hallucina hallucinations
tions hallucinations and mental derangement re requiring
quiring requiring hospitalisation have re resulted.
sulted. resulted.
Coed Recovering
From Overdose
Os Sleeping Pills
A 21-year-old coed was in good
condition Monday at the J. Httlis
Miller Health Cento* after fadrtiy
an ewerdoee of sleeping pills
Thursday.
The education senior was ad admitted
mitted admitted to the hospital In grave
condition late Thursday afternoon,
and dad not show signs of re recovery
covery recovery until Saturday morning,
according to Dean of Women
Mania Brady.

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GOV. BRYANT MAKES HIS POINT
Honor Court Plans
C-12 Test experiment

By TOM GIBSON
Gator Editorial Assistant
The Honor Court plans a two twofold
fold twofold experiment in Thursday
nights C-12 progress test
The exam procedure drawn up
by the Honor Court, Board of
University Examiners and the C C-12
-12 C-12 department, will provide the
court with material to help dis discover
cover discover violations of the Honor
Code and double check the me method
thod method of negative correlations used
to show cheating.
Compare Tests
A negative correlation is a
comparison of wrong answers any

Unlawful sale/ or dispensing of
dexedrine and similar drugs is a
felony in Florida and student vio violators
lators violators are also subject to disci,
plinary action by the University.

Third tyc Production
Fine Arts Quartet Performs Tonight

By GLORIA GALL
Gator Staff Writer
The Tine Arts Quartet will per.
form tonight in the University
Auditorium at 8:10 in the third
Lyceum Council production.
Chamber music, will be played
by Leonard Sorkin and Abram
Loft, violinists; Irvin Umer, vio violist;
list; violist; and George Sopkin, cellist.
Last spring the Fine Arts
Quartet toured Europe for the
third time. They continued their
international travelling in August
and September by performing in
Australia and New Zealand.
The Fine Arts Quartet press
reviews have included their
equal ufouid be bard to find**,
staggering technical dexterity",
outstanding musicians, blending
into one blessed voice", and from
Amsterdam, The highest praise
can scarcely suffice."
UF students will be admit admitted
ted admitted free upon presentation of ID
cards. Adults will be charged
two dollars and high school stu students
dents students one dollar.
This Fall the National Educa Educational
tional Educational Television Network is fea featuring
turing featuring Four Score a series of half
hour productions by the Fine Art*
Quartet. The quartet plays and
discusses, music by Haydn, Mo Mozart,
zart, Mozart, Beethoven, Shcubert, Men.
delssohn, Brahms, Debussy, and
Hindemith.
Previous to this series, the
group appeared on twelve hour

two students might give on an
exam. A high percentage of the
same wrong answers by two stu students
dents students is evidence of cheating ac accepted
cepted accepted by the court
The Honor Court hopes to gain
information from the experimen experimental
tal experimental exam which would reduce the
percentage of wrong answers ne necessary
cessary necessary to show cheating. But the
court would not release infor information
mation information on how the experiment
works.
Dr. John V. McQuitty of the
Board of Examiners and Ed Sha Shafer,
fer, Shafer, 6AR, have worked a month
on preparations for* the expert
mental test.
Same Test
The test will bis exactly the
same as others, Shafer said.
The directions will be a little
different. Shafer would not ela elaborate
borate elaborate on the differences in di directions.
rections. directions.
Results of the exam will not be
used to change future progress
tests, Shafer said. This will be
the only time the experiment is
used. The exam will be given in
Walker Auditorium and machine,
graded.

long programs on the educa-j
tional television circuit in Chica Chicago,
go, Chicago, HI., dealing with Beethoven
and Bartok.
Dave Garroway, of the Today
Fine Arts Quartet appear on his j

THE FINE ARTS QUARTET
... From Left, Sorkin, Loft, Ilmor and Sopkin


Coventor Demands
Procedures Change
By DAVID WEST
Gator News Editor
Gov. Farris Bryant Saturday asked for meetings be between
tween between his administration and university professors on fu future
ture future decisions concerning higher education in Florida.
Anyone who moves is bound to make some mistakes,
Bryant told Florida chapters of the American Associa Association
tion Association of University Professors at their convention on the
UF campus, but through these meetings I hope to curb


Bryant Raps,
Sings Praises
At Breakfast
Gov. Farris Bryant took a slap
at the states lone Republican
congressman Saturday.
The Democrat governor, speak speaking
ing speaking to 60 Young Democrats at a
Holiday Inn breakfast, said, Ov Over
er Over the years we have had one of
the most respected congressional
delegations with one exception,
too small to mention.
Bryant sang the priase* of the
states Democrats, pausing long
enough to enumerate scores of
accomplishments for Florida when
ever his party was in power.
Everything that Florida has ac accomplished
complished accomplished has been done under
tho Democrat Party, Bryant
said,
AD Democrats*
The governors speech wa a lib liberally
erally liberally sprinkled with allusions to
the states history. He reminded
his audience, Every Florida gov governor
ernor governor from the first to the
present has been a Democrat.
The Democrats, according to
Bryant, were providing Just
about everything in Florida. We
are providing the leadership, he
(See GOVERNOR, Page 2)


UF's S.S. Block Reelected
State AAUP President

The Florida Convention of the
American Association of Univer.
sity Professors adopted a consti constitution
tution constitution and elected officers in a
business session Saturday mom moming.
ing. moming.
Dr. S. 8. Block, a UF associ associate
ate associate research professor of the En Engineering
gineering Engineering and Industrial Experi Experiment
ment Experiment Station, was re-elected as
president of the association.
Others elected were William

show. Binoe then the group has
made encores. They have been
acclaimed the most popular mu musical
sical musical attraction on the Today show
during th* five-year span.
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many of these errors.
AAUP President Dr. 8. g. Block
said, "We are delighted over
Bryants proposal. The informal
consultations mentioned by the
governor will enable each to un understand
derstand understand better the problems
common to both professor* and
his administration.
Bryant said universities must
change procedures to meet near
challenges. % must not ding
stubbornly to procedures sim simply
ply simply because we have always
done it that way,' the governor
said. Often universities are so
busy they fail to look within
their own communities.**
The governor assured profes professors
sors professors top state officials would
preserve academic freedom.
However often the greatest
block between the student and
knowledge is the professor who
gives his eff-the-street opinion
without researching the subject,**
he said.
Plans New Ways
Bryant told the luncheon crowd
of 300 we must find new ways to
use the talents of our teachers.
Elimination of non-essen?lnl
courses, educational television,
year-round operation, greater u t: e
of student teachers and laigcr
classes are a means to that eni,
he said.
We must stop saying it c*r.
not be done, and start asking
how shall it be done?
This is a question that is
not solely peculiar to academic
communities but needg asking
throughout the state,** he said.
Florida professors are under underpaid
paid underpaid but the recent changes have
moved the pay scale to within
SIOO of the national average for
comparable institutions. It will
(See BRYANT, Page 2)


Haistead or me university of Mi Miami,
ami, Miami, vice president; Maurice
Vance, Florida State University,
secretary, and Marvin Ivey, St.
Petersburg Junior College, trea treasurer.
surer. treasurer.
The proposed constitution was
unanimously approved on the first
reading.
Earlier in the day discussion
groups were held on sabhtlcal
leaves, the trimester system and
academic freedom.

| mak| ing television appearances the
Fine Arts Quartet has worked
with radio communications. In
Chicago, they produced an 8
year weekly broadcast of ehsm-
I ber music.



Page 2

Governor
Hits GOP
In Speech
(Continued from Page ONE)
aid,''"and, necessarily, the mis mistakes.
takes. mistakes.
Among the accomplishments the
governor listed were progressive
insurance laws, making Florida
the insurance center of the
South; a park system providing
excellent facilities; the path bias,
ed by Democrats in industrial de development,
velopment, development, and one of the best
agriculture departments in the
nation. T 7
"Well Meet Expenses"
Bryant apparently wasnt wor worried
ried worried about Floridas solvency.
The governor said, "We should
be able to meet all our expenses
for this-and the next biennium.
We- have more unsued potential
tor taxation than any other state."
The governor referred to the
partys liberal and conservative
wings and said, "Os course
there is friction within the Demo Democrat
crat Democrat Party. This is the way it
should be tor out of friction and
debate come ideas and progress."
Bryant tsd Democrats to stop
apologizing and go on the offen offensive.
sive. offensive. He said, "We must move
forward. We have no time to
stop because the state is moving
too fast."
*
The governor was introduced by
Joe Chapman, president of the
tJF Young Democrats.
DAVID WEST
*-"!
Bryant Gives
Profs Voice
In Decisions
(Continued from Page ONE)
not be long before we go above
it, Bryant said.
Bryant told the educators he
realized lay boards of control
are fixtures; but are the best
form known now.
In calling for greater under understanding,
standing, understanding, he said some group
outside the universities must
handle the financial, long range
guidance and appointment areas.
"Each should try harder to un understand
derstand understand the background and
enviroment of the other. Work Working
ing Working together as a common team,
Floridas educational system
should soon become one of the
leaders of the nation, he said.

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Miomi Victory Recrates
It was almost reran 9 time on Florida Field Sat Saturday
urday Saturday as victory-drunk Hurricane fans mimicked
Florida State University fans who tore the goal post
down after garnering a tie with Florida two months
earlier. The Hurricane fans marched the field car-

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Text of Honor Court Changes

(EDITORS NOTE: The Florida
Alligator h required by tho Stu Student
dent Student Body Constitution to publish
all now rulings for Honor Court
procedure. Following is the text
of new rules of procedure of
panel proceedings.)
e e
BULB 1.
Adoption of Rule*Article IV, Section
408 (4)
a. Thoae rules are adopted in com compliance
pliance compliance with Article TV, Section 406,
subsection 4, of the University of
Florida Student Body Coaatitution.
b. These rules are to be effective
immediately upon adoption by the
Chancellor and nine (9) Justices of
the Honor Court.
c. All previous rules of procedure are
void, and are of no effect.
d. Theee m!eo shall be made known to
all Honor Court officials, to the
accused and Defense Counsel. These
rules are public records and ate
open to the public.
RULE S.
Cheating
a. Any student accused of violating
Article IV, Section 402 by cheating
shall bo tried by the Honor Court
for tho offense.
b. Tho offense of cheating is defined
as; the rendering or .taking of any
information with the intent of wrong wrongfully
fully wrongfully aiding yourself or another in
any quia, final examination, academic
paper, or other item of like or
similar nature which is considered in
any way in the determination of the
Anal grade.
c. All other parties aiding or abetting
any act falling under Rule 2, Section
B shall be liable as a principal and
subject to the penal jurisdiction of
the Honor Court.
d. The Honor Court Justices, upon
advice from the Chancellor, retains
the authority to classify action as it
sees fit, provided this shall not be
of an expost facto nature.
RULE S.
Stealing
a. The taking of the property of an another
other another without consent of the owner
and with the latent of depriving the
owner of tho use of said property
is stealing, as covered in Article IV,
Section 402 of tho University of
Florida Student Body Constitution.
b. The refusing to return property
within a reasonable time after request
by the owner or valid possessor, is
stealing under the Honor Code.
c. The malicious destruction, abuse,
or damaging of the property of an another,
other, another, without consent of the owner
is punishable as a violation under
Section 402.
d. Stealing la further defined as:
knowingly receiving stolen property
or retaining property after learning it
is stolen property.

e. Stealing . .* as disposing of
property of another or offering of
property of another for sale without
the consent of another.
t Knowingly negotiating a worthless
check or chocks of your own or
another is stealing.
g. The Honor Court Justices, upon
advice from the Chancellor, retains
the authority to classify action as
k sees fit, providing that it shall
not boos an expost facto nature.
BULB 4
Bad Cheeks
a. The passing of a bad chock is
negotiating a worthless chock or
checks of year own or another*.
b. Failure to make good a chock
after forty-eight (48) hours have
elapsed after notification will result
in a coat-rapt proceeding only under
Rule 5.
c. Tho Honor Coart Justices, upon
advice from tho Chancellor retains
the authority to classify action as it
sees fit providing that it shall not bo
of an expost facte nature.
BULB 5.
Contempt Powers of the Honor Coart
a. The Chancellor may. upon advice
and consent of tho Vico Chancellors
impose loss of credit for behavior or
conduct in contempt of tho Honor
Court in its proceedings, or for
failure to comply with an order of tho
Court, or tho Honor Court Rules of
Procedure. Contemptoos conduct of be behavior
havior behavior is not limited solely to that ex exhibited
hibited exhibited during any trial or proceeding
before tho Honor Court.
b. Contempt shall consist of: Any
action which tho Chancellor defines
as an unfair infringment upon the
dignity and rights of any member of
tho Honor Court; its staff, jurors,
witnesses; or defendsnts while in tho
presence of tho court.
c. Contempt shall further consist of:
tho violation of any eburt order
or writ deemed necessary and Issued
by the Chancellor in connection with
or in support of tho Honor System
of the University of Florida.
d. All properly subpoenaed witnesses
and summoned jurors who faU to
appear, may bo held In contempt of
court and subject to tho contempt
sanct'ong of the Honor Court.
e. Note Rule 4 ri. .Letters of noti notification
fication notification of bad check is an Honor
Court order.
f. Contempt sanctions shall not exceed
Six (6) Penalty Hours for a single
offense.
g. Appeal of all Contempt sanctions
shall be in the form of a written
appeal to the Faculty Disciplinary
Committee and Chancellor of the
Honor Court within forty-eight <4i)
hours, exclusive of weekends, of the
culmination of the contempt pro proceedings.
ceedings. proceedings.
h. The Honor Court Justices upon
advice from the Chancellor retains the
authority to classify action as it sees
fit providing that it shall not be of
an expost facto nature.

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game a Seminole Indian war canoe.
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BULB e.
Select tea es Vice CkaxeeUers >
a. The Vice Chancellors shall be
elected each semester by the Justices
among themselves at the first regular
meeting each semester. The Vice
Chancellort shall serve for a term of
on* (1) semester.
b. The Honer Court Justices shall
hove the power of recall, for a just
cause, of tho Vice Chancellors. Re Recall
call Recall shall be by two-thirds vote of
a quorum of nine (8) Justices. The
Justices from among their number
shall elect a new Vice Chancelor or
Vice Chancellors to fill the remainder
of the recalled Justice or Justices
terms.
BULB 7.
Procedural Pewars
a. No counsel may represent anyone
before the Honor Court unless he
is n student of the University of
Florida and under tho jurisdiction of
the Honor Court.
b. Tho powers of the Honor Court
hall include the power to require
witnesses to appear, but no witness
shall be required to testify against
himself.
c. The accused shall at all times
have the right to a fair and speedy
trial. Provided that the Attorney
General most file an information
within forty-five (49) school days
from the time of notice of a viola violation
tion violation of the Honor Code.
d. In all oases where the accused can
not or will not appear for trial within
a reasonable time, the Honor Court
aball have the power to conduct a
trial of the accused la absentia; pro provided
vided provided that in all such cases the
accused shall be represented by De Defense
fense Defense Counsel and that a plea of Not
Gnllty shall bo entered in hla behalf,
except in such cases where the ac accused
cused accused shall submit a request in writ writing
ing writing that a plea of guilty bo entered.
e. The Attorney General and Chief De Defense
fense Defense Counsel or their representatives
have the right to attend all hearings
and be heard at all hearings.
f. The Justices of the Honor Court
upon advice of the Chancellor retains
the authority to classify action as it
sees fit providing that it shall not bo
of an expost facto nature.
BULB S
Trial Procedure
a. Arraignment. All persons accused
of offenses against the Honor Code
shall be duely arraigned before the
Chancellor of the Court. At arraign arraignment,
ment, arraignment, the accused shall be required
to plead guilty or not guilty; silence
shall be considered to be a not guilty
plea. A motion for a jury trial
shall be made at the arraignment,
provided that the defendant may
waive Ms right to a jury trial at any
time before his trial commences. The
arraignment shall be conducted be before
fore before the Pre Trial Hearing.

1. Guilty Plea, Npoo the plea of
guilty, and the acceptance of the
plea by the Chancellor, the Chan Chancellor
cellor Chancellor shell set the date of Sumnury
Trial before the Chancellor and
Vice Chancellors to determine the
penalty.
3. Not Guilty Plea. Upon a plea of
not guilty, the Chancellor shall set
a date for a pre-trial hearing and
a formal trial.
b. The Pre Trial Hearing. The Chan Chancellor
cellor Chancellor shall cause to be held, a Pre-
Trial Hearing at least seven (7)
days prior to the trial. This Pre
Trial Hearing shall be held in all
cases except where waivered by
written stipulation of both respective
counsels. The purpose of the Pre
Trial Conference shall be to narrow
the issues thereto and dispose of any
motions not passed on. At this con conference,
ference, conference, the Attorney General shall
furnish the defense with a list of all
evidence and testimony it plans to
adduce on the trial. As a result of the
pre trial hearing, the Chancellor shall
issue any necessary orders or writs.
The Clerk mall cause to be kept a
record of all Pre Trial Hearings,
e. Summary Trial. A summary trial
shall be scheduled for all cases where wherein
in wherein a guilty plea Is entered and ac accepted
cepted accepted to determine the penalty. The
court shall be composed of the Chan Chancellor,
cellor, Chancellor, Vice Chancellors and the
clerk. The defense counsel may plead
mitigation and the Attorney General
may or may not refute mitigation,
d. Formal Trials.
1. The jury shall be selected at ran random
dom random by the clerk from the Student
Body at large in accordance with
the provision in the Constitution
The names shall be taken from the
student directory issued by the
Office of the Registrar at the be beginning
ginning beginning of each semester and shall
be twenty (20) In number unless
otherwise ordered by the Chan Chancellor.
cellor. Chancellor. Each person selected shall
be ordered to appear at a time
and place designated In writing by
the Clerk. No summons shall be
valid unless delivered at least
forty-eight hours prior to the time
of appearance.
2. At the opening of the trial, the
court shall conduct a preliminary
examination of the prospective jur jurors
ors jurors to eonslst of the following
questions:
a. Were you summoned by your
correct name?
b. Are you n full time student
at the University of Florida?
c. Are you a sophomore or upper
division student?
d. Do you have a 2.0 overall aca academic
demic academic average at the University
of Florida?
e. Are you a law student?
f. Are you or have you ever been
subject to any disciplinary sanc sanction
tion sanction by the Dean of Mens Office,
Dean of Womens Office, or the
Faculty Disciplinary Committee?
g. Have you been convicted of an
Honor Court offense or presently
under investigation?

1). Can you read, write, speak and
understand the English lang language?
uage? language?
I. Do you suffer from any physi physi
physi cal or mental infirmity which
would make you incapable of
rendering efficient jury service?
j. Do you believe in the Honor
System?
k. Do you know the defendant,
fls your acquaintance with the
defendant such as would embar embarrass
rass embarrass you if you wore required to
serve as a juror in this case?)
l. Are you related to the defendant
by blood or marriage?
m. Are you a fraternity (sorority)
brother (sister) or roommate of
the defendant?
n. Are you related by blood or
marriage to any of the counsel
in this ease?
o. Are you a fraternity brother
or roommate of any of the coun counsel
sel counsel in this case?
p. Do you have any Mas or prej prejudice
udice prejudice against the enforcement of
the Honor Code making punish punishable
able punishable the acts charged in the in information?
formation? information?
After preliminary questioning the
Clerk shall select by lot six ()
prospective jurors. The Attorney
General and Defense Counsel shall
conduct their voir dere examina examinations.
tions. examinations. Upon consolation the Clerk
shall swear the jury and the sub substance
stance substance of the trial shall begin.
There shall he allowed two <%)
peremptory challenge* to each
side for each defendant. Upon a
challenge for cause the Chancel Chancellor
lor Chancellor at his discretion shad strike
the challenged juror.
3. The Order of the trial Shan be as
follows:
a. Opening statement es the At Attorney
torney Attorney General.
b. Opening statement es the De Defense
fense Defense Counsel. (However this
may be deferred until the de defendants
fendants defendants Case In-Chief)
c. Student Bodys testimony and
evidence.

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New Degrees Proposed

The University of Florida Fac Faculty
ulty Faculty Senate voted to recommend
to the Board of Control that two
new graduate degrees be offered
by this institution.
The Senate, the Universitys
highest legislative body, approved
Graduate Council recommenda recommendations
tions recommendations that a Ph D. be offered for
studies in metallurgy, and a Mas Master
ter Master of Science in Engineering in
the same study area.
Final approval of the Senate
proposal rests with the Board
of Control.
Faculty action followed inten intensive
sive intensive study and a request from
the College of Engineering for
such degrees to meet the needs
of the profession, Florida, and
the southeastern states, in the
metallurgy field.
The study involved inspection
of University faculty and facilities
in the area of metallurgy, and
included the advice of two eminent
consultants: C. S. Barrett of the
University of Chicago and W. D.
Robertson of Yale University.
Excepts of a report recoin-

d. Defendant*! opening statement
' if applicable.
o. Defendant's case and evidence.
I. Closing arguments by the At Attorney
torney Attorney General.
g. Closing arguments by the De Defense
fense Defense Counsel.
h. Rebuttal by the Attorney Gen General;
eral; General; provided however, It the
defense offers no other testimony
except that of the defendant him himself,
self, himself, there shall be no right of
rebuttal by the Attorney General.
L Instructions to the jury by the
Chancellor.
j. Jury recess for deliberation
and verdict.
k. Rendering of the verdict by the
jury foreman.
l. Imposition of sentence if verdict
of guilty is found.
The vote of the jury shall be by
secret ballot. After rendition of the
verdict either side may poll the
jury.
RULE .
Rules of Evidence
a. Where*ver applicable the Rules
of Evidence shall be invoked.
b. Full depositions from full-time
faculty and administrative employ employees
ees employees of the University of Florida shall
be admissible in evidence provided
that any pertinent objections thereto
may be made at the trial.
c. Whereever possible documentary
evidence. .ah tyu.lu er
to trial.
d. Any Rule of Evidence may be
waived or altered by written stipula stipulation
tion stipulation of both counsels.
The correlation of wrong answers of
70% or more in C course tests shall
establish a case In Prime Facie evi evidence.
dence. evidence. The Attorney General shall
make the court judicially aware of
the Study of the Director of the Board
of University Examiners concerning
correlation.
RULE 10.
Limitations on Conn cels
a. The Assistant Attorney General
assigned to investigate and try a case
shall upon his appointment record a
written appearance la the Honor
Court file.
b. The Assistant Defense Counsel des designated
ignated designated to defend a case shall upon
his designation submit a record in
writing of appearance signed by him himself
self himself and the Chief Defense Counsel.
c. In all cases in which the accused
request specific defense counsel for
his defense, such request shall bo
honored by the chief Defense Counsel
unless at his sole discretion requested
counsel Is not deemed confident to
practice before the Honor Court.
d. No counsel shall have access to any
court file except that in which be
records an appearance. Ibis rule shall
not apply to the Chancellor, Vice
Chancellors, Attorney General or
Chief Defense Counsel or employees
of the Honor Court.
RULE 11
Impeachment of Justices,
a. By unanimous consent, the Chan Chancellor
cellor Chancellor and Vice Chancellors shall
submit impeachment charges to a

[ quorum of the Justices for lmpeedv
meat of any Justice found derelict in
his assigned duties. A full bearing
shall be held with the Attorney Gen Genera'
era' Genera' presiding. The Chancellor shall
designate an Assistant Attorney Gen*
e to presert the charges and sup supporting
porting supporting evidnece. The Chief Defense
Counsel shall be charged with de defending
fending defending the impeached Justice. A
verdict for impeachment must be by
three-fourths of the Justices present
providing a quorum of nine (9) is
present.
b. The' vacancy ahall be filled as
provided in Section 406 of the Student
Body Constitution.
BULK 12.
These rules may be changed at any
time by vote of nine (9) members of
the Court in compliance with the
Student Body Constitution.
Art Professor
Points Mural
The extremely rich industrial
background of Oc&la, will be
featured in the citys proposed
post office murals, gays the UF
art professor commissioned to
paint them.
Hollis H. Holbrook, who won
his first commission to paint a
post office mural in 1937, has
been approved by the U. S. Gen General
eral General Services Department to do
the work in Ocala.
He will Sketch designs for 18
panels, but funds are now avail available
able available for only one 7 by 20 foot
mural, he noted. Work win begin
next summer.

mending the degrees, and pre prepared
pared prepared by the consultants stated
that if advanced degrees in me metallurgy
tallurgy metallurgy were offered immediate immediately,
ly, immediately, the Department of Metallurgy
at the University of Florida would
rate among the best 15 graduate
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Unto the completion of the permanent plan, the following gen general
eral general program will In hi effect:

STUDENT GROUP
Married students, on campus
Married students, off campus
Married students, commuting
Single men
living in four-story
permanent buildings
Buckman Hall
Thomas Hall
Frame Halls R S
Frame Halls G D
Single men in fraternities on
University Avenue, west of
15th Street
Single men in all other
fraternities
Single men off campus
Single women living in
the north wing of Rawlings H
Hall
Single women living in perma permanent
nent permanent four-story buildings
Single women living in Grove
Hall
Single women in sororities
Single women off campus
The following instructions apply
ter Areas:

Concentrate in building corridors and room space below window
sill level.
Avoid top floors of all buildings and first floors at ground level.
Use basements below ground, but avoid space at any windows.
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standard marking its goal Friday. The naw dollar
sign standard, placed in the Plaza of tha Americas
on tha north side of Union Drive, replaces a ther thermometer
mometer thermometer which measured last years successful $20,-
000 drive. New goal is SIO,OOO. For every dollar
raised the federal government loans nine dollars for'
student loans.
Hot Passed For Scholars

The hat was passed at ttoe
game Saturday and when it came
back it contained $843 in bills
and about two gallons of change
for Dollars for Scholars.
The collection was taken dur during
ing during the third quarter of Satur Saturday's
day's Saturday's football game by mem members
bers members of the Freshman Council. A
card trick at the end of the half halftime
time halftime show Informed spectators of
the collection.
All the money taken in will go
UF Professor
Receives Honor
Dr. Henry C. Harris of the

Florida Agricultural Experiment
Stations has been named a Fel.
low in the American society of
Agronomy.
Harris received the award last
wsek at the societys annual
meeting in St. Louis, Mo. He was
cited for his 35 years in re research
search research on problems of plant nub
trition and soil fertility. He has
been in charge of the agronomy
isotopes and biochemical labors,
tory at the UF since 1964.

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metallurgy departments in the
country."
Such degrees, they said, could
put the Department of Metal Metallurgy
lurgy Metallurgy here among the top to
or 12, and in a unique position in
the southern states.

BUILDING
Leigh Hall (Chemistry Bldg.)
Engineering Building
Stadium, office sections
2nd, 3rd floors of same bldg.
Sledd Hall, section F, G, H.
Fletcher Hall, 2nd, 3rd, floors
Tolbert Hall, 2nd, 3rd floors
Sledd Hall, sections A, B, C.
Main University Library
Agricultural Library and Auditor Auditorium
ium Auditorium in McCarty Hall
Main University Library
2nd and 3rd floors in south wing
in Rawlings Hall
2nd and 3rd floors of same build building
ing building
Broward Hall, 2nd and 3rd floors
Law Library
Florida Gymnasium, basement
and locker areas.
to all buildings designed as she!-

into the Dollars for Scholars
student loan fund. To date over
I,oob students have benefitted
from the fund.
Charles PUlans, assistant chair chairman
man chairman of the drive, said the 1,000
more Mens Campus Pacs
have been ordered. They will go
on sals sometime before the
Christmas recess.
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Cause UF Police

To Hire Officers

By STAN BROWN
Gator Staff Writer
Cyclist beware, the Campus Po Police
lice Police have hired two additional
men to crack down on bicycle
violations.
One bicycle accident is report reported
ed reported to the police daily, and Lt.
K. V. Holliman estimated that
five bike accidents go unreported
each day. Holliman said care carelessness
lessness carelessness is the greatest single
cause of bicycle accidents.
For some reason, bicycle rid riders
ers riders think they dont have to obey
the traffic regulations, said Hol Holliman.
liman. Holliman. The mass of reckless
cyclist has gotten so bad that its
almost impossible to drive a car
on campus during the day, con continued
tinued continued Holliman.
Driving without proper lights
and speeding are the two most
common offenses among bike rid riders.
ers. riders. Riding the wrong way on
one.way streets, weaving in and
out of traffic and riding on the
UF Professor
Given Post
Dr. T. J. Cunha, head of the
Animal Science Department at the
University, was elected president
of the American Society of Ani.
mal Production at its annual
meeting in Chicago.
Cunha has been in charge of
animal nutrition, manage m en t
teaching and research in the Col College
lege College of Agriculture since 1950.
Since joining the faculty he has
written numerous articles and
publications in his field.
A member of professional and
honorary societies and a Fellow
in the American Association tor
the Advancement of Science, Cun Cunha
ha Cunha came to the University from
Washington State College.

Judy Lynn Prime Wins
Beauty Queen Contest

By ROBERTA WINN
Gator Staff Writer
Judy Lynn Prince UF sopho sophomore
more sophomore was crowned Miss Birth Birthplace
place Birthplace of Speed, in the midst of
antique cars and parades at Day Daytona
tona Daytona Beach recently.
Miss Prince will go to Daytona
in February to award trophies to
race winners at the International
Speedway* A s Miss Birthplace of
Speed, she will do publicity for
the speedway and her pictures
will appear in several racing car
magazines.'
Winning contests "is nothing new
to Judy Ljgpn, lister of Alpha
Chi Omega sorority. Her green
eyes, brows hair and shapely
figure hatred"taken ter to the win winners
ners winners position in the Miss Florida
East Coast and Miss Southland
contests.
She has been a Homecoming
princess twice at the UF and was
featured in the Orange Peel as
Long Sam.
I think the main thing that
has helped me place first in these
contests is being natural and sin.

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sidewalks are other frequent bi bicycle
cycle bicycle violations.
So far, we havent had any anyone
one anyone killed on a bicycle, but we
are expecting it to happen any
day, said Holliman.
Understaffed
In the past, the police force
has been so under-staffed that
they have ignored bicycle viola violations.
tions. violations. Now, with the two addition additional
al additional men, Holliman said the bicycle
regulations will b e strictly enfor enforced.
ced. enforced. Holliman said he didnt think
the Student Traffic Court would
be burdened by the increased en enforcement.
forcement. enforcement.
Really, the student caught vio violating
lating violating the bicycle regulations
doesnt have any legitimate ex excuse,
cuse, excuse, said Holliman. They all
know the rules, and when they
get caught, most of them just pay
the fine and forget it, he add added.
ed. added.
Too Many Bikes
The tremendous increase in bi bicycles
cycles bicycles is attributed to the auto automobile
mobile automobile registration that began
five years ago. Holliman said the
ratio of bikes to car s was al almost
most almost reversed before the car re registration
gistration registration began.
Holliman predicted that by the
time the student population reach reached
ed reached 20,000 cars would be ban banned
ned banned from the campus. He pre predicted
dicted predicted that one or two huge park parking
ing parking lots would be built around
the campus to hold all the cars.
Then the pedestrians and bikes
would have more room to oper operate
ate operate on campus. Holliman said the
existing parking lots would then
be turned over to the cyclists.
We know the student populat population
ion population will eventually reach 20,000,
said Holliman. Its time we start started
ed started planning for the bicycle and
pedestrian problems that will
come with the increased popula population,
tion, population, he said.

cere and not artificial. Another
important thing is knowing how
to walk and carry yourself well,
the 19-year-old beauty queen said.
Judy Lynn Prince ha s not won
every contest she has entered
though. I cant win a contest in
Tampa, the resident, of Land
OLakes and Tampa explains.
Ive, never won a contest there.
It does hinder your social life
though, Miss Prince said. I gat
a homecoming date at the last
minute this year and got a
blind date for Frolics last year. I
guess the boy* think Im busy
for these week-ends.
A major in communications, in
the advertising sequence, the
Florida beauty wants to act or
model. She has posed for bro brochures
chures brochures and advertising for the Di.
plomat Hotel in Miami Beach.
She has also worked for the Tam.
pa Chamber of Commerce during
the summer doing publicity for
the Gasparilla Festival.
She studied at the University
of Monterrey in Mexico after her
senior year of high school.

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Students toss tinsel on the tree at
the annual Florida Union Christmas
tree decorating party Friday even-

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Bund Topic Is Reich Revival

By APRIL STANLEY
Gator Staff Writer
Several guest speakers are slat slated
ed slated to speak to clubs this week.
Christmas plans are also under
way.
Space Report
Set. for Monday
An up-to-date Air Force report]
on Americas space program will
be given by Capt. C. J. Goree at
the UF Monday, Dec. 11.
The address, entitled Aero-
Space Activities at Cape Canav Canaveral,
eral, Canaveral, is scheduled for the Uni University
versity University Auditorium at s:ls p.m. It
will be followed by a 30-minute
movie.
Capt. Goree is currently assign assigned
ed assigned as a project officer in the At Atlas
las Atlas Booster Branch of the Mis Missile
sile Missile Test Center at Patrick Air
Force Base, Florida. He attended
Rollins College, entered the ser service
vice service in 1942, and has been award awarded
ed awarded the Asiatic-Pacific Theater
Medal with three battle stars,
among others.
The address, sponsored by the
Florida Union Forums Committee
and open to the public, was orig originally
inally originally to be delivered by Lt. Col.
Joseph J. Rosa, but he will bs
absent from the country at the
time.

BUND CLUB: Meeting Tuesday
at 7:30 p.m. in Florida Union 214.
Dr. Conrad Perst will speak on
The Revival of the Reich.
RECREATION COMMITTEE:
Meeting at 4* p.m. Tuesday in
room 116 Florida Union.
PI SIGMA ALPHA: Initiation
banquet Tuesday in Walnut Room,)
Student Service Center at 5:45
p.m. Dr. Byron S. Hollinshead will
speak on The Not So Ugly Amer American.
ican. American.
STUDENT OCCUPATIONAL
THERAPY ASSOCIATION: Busi-i
ness meeting to plan Christmas
activities, Tuesday at 7 p.m. inj
the rehabilitation area of the
teaching hospital.
FRATERNITY FACULTY AD ADVISORS
VISORS ADVISORS ASSOCIATION: Meeting
Wednesday at 7 p.m. in Medical
Science Building.
Alumni Donors
Slate Meeting
Charter members of the newly
formed Century Club of Univer University
sity University of Florida were guests of
honor at a luncheon Saturday,
Dec. 2 in the Blue Room of the
Student Service Center.
The Century Club, made up of
alumni and friends who have con contributed
tributed contributed SIOO or more to the Uni University
versity University AJaumni Association Loy Loyalty
alty Loyalty Fund, now has sixty-six
members.
More than thirty members and
guests attended the buffet lunch luncheon
eon luncheon prior to the Florida-Miami
game.
Special membership certificates
were presented to the r
members by Dean R. C. Beaty,
Loyalty Fund Director for tne
Alumni Association. All mem members
bers members of the group receive special
Association membership cards up upon
on upon making contributions to the
Loyalty Fund.

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PSI CHI: Meeting Wednesday at
3:30 p.m. in room 18, Benton. Re Refreshments
freshments Refreshments wiH be served at 4
p.m. The group will go to 4th
floor library to hear Dr. Winthrop
N. Kellogg speak on The Psycho Psychophysics
physics Psychophysics of Blindness.
DELTA SIGMA PI: Meeting at
7 p.m. Thursday in 212 Florida
Union.
MORTAR BOARD: Meeting in
Florida Union 200 at 6:45 p.m.
Thursday.
YOUNG DEMOCRATS: Meeting
Thursday, Fla. Union, 8:30.
GERMAN CLUB: Meeting at
8:30 p.m. in Florida Union 324
Thursday. Mr. Martin Dietrich,
professor at Miami University,
will speak on Berlin, A challenge
to the Western World.
PRESIDENTS CABINET: Meet Meeting
ing Meeting in Florida Union Thursday
at 3:30 p.m.
YOUNG REPUBLICANS: Meet Meeting
ing Meeting Thursday at 8:30 p.m. in Flor Florida
ida Florida Union 218.

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UF Enrollment Ranked
22nd in United States

The UF now ranks twenty-sec twenty-second
ond twenty-second among the top 30 colleges and
universities having the largest
enrollments of full-time students
in the nation.
The ranking was made public
Sunday night as Dr. Garland G.
Parker of the University of Cin Cincinnati,
cinnati, Cincinnati, gave the repots of School
and Societys annual enrollment
survey of 1,047 accredited univer universities
sities universities and four-year colleges.
School and Society, an educational
journal, has sponsored the annual
survey far 42 years.
Floridas rank was based on
12,332 students. Its fall enroll enrollment
ment enrollment has risen to 13,634.
National Trend
The most significant feature of
the current national enrollment
picture, said Dr. Garland, is
that last years all-time peak
in American collegiate attendance
has been topped this 'fall, with a
phenomenal increase in full-time
students.
Full-time students now number
2,257,921 of the grand total o!
3,215,427 full and part-time stu students
dents students in the 1,047 accredited*
schools, the survey found.
In the 1,017 institutions re reporting
porting reporting comparable 1961 and 1960
figures, there are 7.5 per cent
more full-time students largest
percentage full-time increase
smce 1955; 6.6 per cent more
in grand total; and 4.2 per cent
more part-time students, although
many urban institutions have de declines
clines declines in part-time enrollments,
said Dr. Parker.
Ninth Year
He noted this is .the ninth
straight year of increased Ameri American
can American collegiate enrollments.
Calling for an educational alert
to prepare for the impact of the
massive post-war years birth birthrate
rate birthrate three years from now, Dr.
Parker said the great bulge m
freshman registrants so long
awaited, has not yet arrived.
He explains the smaller increase
(5.4 per cent this year as com compared
pared compared to 11.4 per cent last year)
as reflecting much of 1961s unset unsettled
tled unsettled economic economic conditions,
limited capacities of many In Institutions,
stitutions, Institutions, and the relatively low
World War II years birthrate
Too, he adds, many freshmen en enrolled
rolled enrolled in junior colleges are not
included in this survey.
South Up
Regionally, the survey noted an
increase of 6.2 per cent in South
Atlantic states enrollment, reach reaching
ing reaching a total number of 265,101 stu students.
dents. students.
Dr. Parker examines his statis statistics
tics statistics by types of institutions. In
full-time students, teachers col colleges
leges colleges show a 14 per cent increase
almost double that of any other
category. Next come the large
public universities with a 7.6
per cent gain and third are the
independent colleges of arts and
sciences, with 7.2 per cent In Increase.
crease. Increase.
The fine arts, applied arts, and
music schools category, which
had an increase last year of

The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, December 5, 1961

only one per cent, haa gained
6.5 per cent. Independent tech technological
nological technological and related schools have
a full-time increase of 5.6 per
cent.
Notes Trend
Dr. Parker reported a trend
among freshmen to enroll in
arts and sciences and education,
a trend which he believes has
occured at the expense of two
other major and essential fields.
Business administration fresh freshare
are freshare down 0.5 per cent and engi engineering
neering engineering freshmen, down 0.4 per

Stands Empty
For Pep Rally
"No one showed up, explained head cheerleader Palmer Hen Henriksen
riksen Henriksen after cancelling Thursdays Beat Miami pep rally, slated for
7 p. m. in Florida Field.
On hand, according to Henriksen, were 10 cheerleaders, 30 band
members, 16 members of the football team and about 50 lans.
They didnt exactly fill up the stadium, he said.
We decided early last week to have the rally, ha said, -*and
made every effort to urge people to come. *
Telephone
Girl cheerleader* telephoned fraternity houses whfla the boys
called up sorority houses.
The event was announced over the radio and from sound trucks,
but, according to Henriksen, nobody seemed very intereeted ,and
some people even laughed at us.
He said that UF cheerleaders held a pep rally last year befor# the
Miami game with not very good results.
UM Has Spirit
The University of Miami devoted the entire week before the game
to building up school spirit for the event.
Henriksen said he realised progress tests were held Thursday
night and that people might have been more enthusiastic eloeer to
gametime.
Also, the late decision to have the rally which made it impossible
to announce the event in the Alligator have been partially
responsible for the small turn out, he said.
But I still think SOMEBODY should have come."
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Dean Scheduled to Reed
'Christmas Carol' Friday

The 28th annual reading of
Charles Dickens Christmas Ca Carol
rol Carol wiH take place Friday, ush ushering
ering ushering in the events or tne Christ Christmas
mas Christmas season at the UF.
The program, traditionally spon sponsored
sored sponsored by Sdgma Nu since 1932, will
be held in the University Auditor Auditorium
ium Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. It will be free
of charge to the public.
Dr. Lester L. Hale, dean of
Student Affairs, will read Dick Dickens'
ens' Dickens' masterpierce as he has for
more than two decades on the
University campus. His readings
have become part of the Christ Christmas
mas Christmas tradition in Gainesville as
weil as in several other Southern
cities.
Dean Hale came to the Univer University
sity University of Florida in 1935. He has di directed
rected directed dramatic work for the De Department
partment Department of Speech and headed




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cent, the survey indicated.
In grand-total enrollment, the
large public and private univer universities
sities universities as a group account" for
about 52 per cent of the nations
students.
In these categories are the
giants of higher education in
sixe, Dr. Parker commented.
The tendency to bigness, how however,
ever, however, is not a monopoly of the
huge institutions; in general, the
smaller schools are also growing,
he concluded.

the Speech and Hearing Clinic
of that department. He has di directed
rected directed dramatic work for the De Department
partment Department of Speech and headed
the Speech and Hearing Clinic of
that department. He has spoken
and read to numerous audiences
throughout the Southeast and is a
frequent contributor to profes professional
sional professional poumals.
The reading, sponsored by Sig Sigma
ma Sigma Nu fraternity, will be pre preceded
ceded preceded by several vocal selections
of the University Mens Glee
Club.
Mrs. Helen Bell Jones is or organist
ganist organist for the affair and Russell
Damburg will play the piano. Wil Willie
lie Willie Bodine, University organist,
will close the program with Christ Christmas
mas Christmas music played on the Davis
Memorial Cariilon in the Century
Tower.

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THE COMMISSION on Goals for
Higher Education in the South is a
seven-man group studying means to
improve educational opportunities
available to citizens of Southern
States. Last week the commission pre presented
sented presented a long list of recommendations
before the Southern Regional Educa Education
tion Education Hoard in a meeting in Louisville,
Ky.
Florida educators present at the
meeting were delighted to learn that
many.of the significant recommenda recommendations
tions recommendations made by the study group have
already, been implemented in Florida.
Among other things, the commis commissions
sions commissions recommendations called for
year-round operation of universities*
the development of a strong system
of two-year junior colleges and edu edueatftJal
eatftJal edueatftJal opportunities for persons fi financially
nancially financially unable to leave home for
additional schooling.
* *
! FLORIDA already has a strong and
expanding state-wide system of junior
colleges and it is well on its way to
achieving the other two recommenda recommendations.
tions. recommendations.
Gov. Farris Bryant remarked, The
recommendations laid before us might
well have been drawn from a blue blueprint
print blueprint of Floridas plans, for we are
and have been making progress in all
of the major areas covered.

SEVERAL CUBAN students on the
UF campus this week organized a
movement to regain freedom for their
homeland. It is not the first such
movement to be organized* on campus
but the sincerity and dedication of its
members certainly merits recognition
by American students.
Members of the still unnamed
movement say they will strive to
overcome the minor differences which
have splintered the anti-Castro move movement.
ment. movement. They will subordinate politics
and personal differences to the com common
mon common goal of regaining freedom for
Cuba.
Because they are educated people
who have witnessed the growth of
communism in their homeland, they
have a message which should be
heard by American students. And
are ready and willing to pro promote
mote promote their message.

- THE ATTEMPT to hold a pep rally
the UF-Miami football game
-failed miserably. Out of nearly 14,000
students, only 50 turned out to urge
their team to victory. The football
team, the cheerleaders and the band
~were there, but the students werent.
Members of the football team
would be better off never attending
this kind of pep rally. Instead of its
intended purpose, the rally showed
the team that the students apparently
had little interest in the outcome of
the g£me.
we cannot believe that
UF students are as lacking in interest
as this unfortunate incident would
lead one to believe.
One factor which undoubtedly cut
down-on attendance at the rally was

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Editorials

The goal of year-round university
operation will be nearer next fall
when all state universities are
scheduled to begin the trimester plan,
whbh will make it possible for stu students
dents students to receive a degree in three
years instead of four.
Another massive program is under underway
way underway to expand university extension
services. Plans recently announced by
Gov. Bryant call for enormous expan expansion
sion expansion of the off-campus educational
program, which will be,headed by a
man with rank equivalent to a univer university
sity university president. Plans include the
establishment of higher education
centers wherever needed to make un undergraduate
dergraduate undergraduate and postgraduate pro programs
grams programs available to persons who can cannot
not cannot go to the university campus.
* *
AS CAN BE expected with any ma major
jor major policy change, there has been
some expression of opposition to both
the trimester plan and the proposed
off-campus educational program. It is
comforting to njte, however, that
Floridas goals and long range plans
coincide with the recommendations
placed before the Southern Regional
Education Board.
We may argue about the means,
but it is reassuring that this group sup supported
ported supported the goals of Floridas long
range plans for higher education.

ONE OF THE projects proposed by
the group is an information program
that will explain a broad historical
view of the present situation in Cuba.
They want to explain and interpret
the many factors which lead to Cas Castros
tros Castros climb to power. Their informa information
tion information program began at the UF-Miami
football game where they passed out
pamphlets and spoke to students on
the public address system.
American students will find they
can benefit from the message of these
Cuban students. The story of our own
nations struggle for freedom has been
dimmed somewhat by the passage of
time and we sometimes need a re refresher
fresher refresher so that we will not become too
complacent. Complacency must crum crumble
ble crumble when we find that communism
exists within 90 miles of our boun boundaries.
daries. boundaries.

poor publicity. The late decision to
hold the rally made it impossible to
announce the event in the Alligator.
* *
AS A COMPARISON, University of
Miami students urged their team with
a carefully planned series of pep ac activities
tivities activities known as Spirit Week.
The UF pep rally may have suf suffered
fered suffered from poor publicity, but last lastminute
minute lastminute announcements on the radio
and from sound trucks could not have
gone unnoticed by the entire student
body.
It is unfortunate the rally was at attempted
tempted attempted without adequate publicity,
because now we do not know whether
to blame the students or the planners
for the failure.

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Tuesday, December 5, 1961

WaCE to &&INQ BEtTETR.^
Letters to the Editor
'Minute Men' in Florida
Are Not of Extreme Right

EDITOR:
In the article Undercurrent,
Military Influence Makes Poli Political
tical Political Stew, your columnist has
used the name Minute Man
as though all of the subversiv#
strain is here in Florida. I wish
to show you that the use of a
name may carry wrong conno connotations.
tations. connotations.
The Minute Men of America,
with headquarters here in Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, are not of the extreme right.
I am sure that Francis A.
Adams, Director General P. O.
Box 505, Stuart, Florida will be
glad to supply you with ample

Let's Have
A Moderate
EDITOR:
Although it isnt generally my
policy to engage in making re retorts
torts retorts to ADA radicals, Im al allowing
lowing allowing myself this exception af after
ter after having read for these past
weeks the liberal sat i r i c a 1
snobbery of Nancy Mykel and
John Grant.
I think it is unfortunate that
the Alligator allows two ultra ultraliberals
liberals ultraliberals to run off at the mouth
week after week, without some
kind of representation of the
other points of view.
Im sure there must be a po political
litical political moderate on campus
who could do a much more
intelligent job of representing
the conservative point that these
two individuals have done for
the liberal view.
My suggestion to the Alliga Alligator
tor Alligator is the removal of one of
these columnists and substitut substituting
ing substituting a more moderate viewpoint.
DOUGLAS M. MIDGLEY
Three Who
Are Willing
EDITOR:
* In reply to the letter from
4 4AS concerning the weekend
exodus from campus we should
like to add a postscript to her
letter.
We are in general agreement
with her sentiments but as a
self contained group of for foreign
eign foreign graduate students over overwhelmed
whelmed overwhelmed by the weight of our
research programs, we would
like to point out that we have
no chance to meet these sharp
senior girls who might help
us to dissipate the tedium of
Gainesville weekends.
We subscribe to the Ameri American
can American doctrine of being ready,
willing and able.
6AS
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evidence mat it is an organi organization
zation organization of service and loyalty,
and the spirit of American Pa Patriotism
triotism Patriotism are the watchwords of
thg Minute Men of America.
Tney are organized. They give
of their time and money to keep
before our people those Ideals
on which our American herit heritage
age heritage is based.
Like Jack Paar, I am all for
the free press and free expres expression
sion expression of views. But, in the re reporting,
porting, reporting, let us get the facts factsuse
use factsuse the proper names applic applicable
able applicable to the right wing extre extremists.
mists. extremists.
CHARLES G. GELTZ
Prof, of Silviculture
Major USAR. ret.

ARTIFACTS
Foreign Relations Hurt
By Action of Townsfolk

By NANCY MYKEL
Gainesvilles conservative
townsfolk are hurting the na nations
tions nations foreign relations in a
very real and concrete way.
Especially is this true in the
Caribbean area. Especially does
this come into focus every year
at Caribbean Conference time
on campus.
Roughly 60
per cent of the
Caribb ea n is
Negro. Neg-
roes are in po political
litical political power in H|f
several of the
countries, and H
Negroes occu- pp^
py scholarly
positions in the ILgk JH
Caribbean uni universifies.
versifies. universifies. And MYKEL
not one is in
the habit of attending the Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Conference at the Univer University
sity University of Florida.
Dr. A. Curtis Wilgus, direc director
tor director of Inter-American studies at
the UF, said he knew of no or organized
ganized organized Negro boycott of the
conference. I think its just
that they are afraid of being
embarrassed by lack of hous housing
ing housing facilities, he said. "The
word spreads rather rapidly
that Negroes can get a little
decent housing here.
Ball Rion, Florida Union, said that when
a group takes an entire floor
of the Union, any members of
that group are free to be housed
there, regardless of race.
The Union has only 15 sleep sleeping
ing sleeping rooms. About 4,500 persons
receive invitations to the con conference.
ference. conference. About 150 Caucasians
usually attend. If anything like
the proportional percentage of
qualified Negroes showed up,
there would be no room at the
Inn.
This is where the townsfolk
make their weight felt. Upon
occasion, I understand, one or
two of the commercial hotels or
motels in the area have been
approached, and they agreed to
house the visiting Negroes. Aft After
er After a few days deliberation (and
who knows what all else) they
withdrew the offer.
This year, at the conference
winch opens tomorrow, a Neg Negro
ro Negro from Georgia will be in at attendance.

THE FLAIL
Man Cannot Borrow All of His Ideas

. By JOHN MILLER
I sound off so often about
the attitudes of those around
me and the Weltanschauung of
my contemporaries, that it must
be difficult at times to figure
out my own premise. Some Sometimes
times Sometimes it must seem that I lay
claim to a presbyopia that I
cannot rightly justify.
Since, at in intervals
tervals intervals during . gOfl|
the coming I
weeks, I intend
to offer some f r Wjf
purely person- J| v fPlf
al opinions and \ \
observations on
our lives and Ilk
times and the
events that > I
prevade them, BPH
.ui juris, to- MILLER
day lets step
into my own mind for a mo moment.
ment. moment.
Cold in here, isnt it?
It follows that everyone must
hfcve a basic dictum on which
they predicate subsequent feel feelings,
ings, feelings, analysis, opinions, what*
have-you. In most cases, most
especially in the college environ environment,
ment, environment, these basic tenets of
thought are borrowed, stolen,
plagiarized. New ideas seem
good; they outweigh the advant-
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tendance. attendance. His name is Dr.
Bostick and Dr. Wilgus succeed succeeded
ed succeeded in finding sleeping accom accommodations
modations accommodations for him in the Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian Youth Center. At least
he thought he had succeeded.
A day or two later the Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian Center called and
withdrew their offer.
A student at the center told
me that pressure had been
brought to bear from the town
church. Rev. Will -Neville, at
the center, said he made what
he thought was a wise decis decision,
ion, decision, in the light of certain ex extenuating
tenuating extenuating circumstances which
he did not want t> disclose.
Dr. Bostick has finally been
housed through another agency.
What of the future? Especially
in the light of the rapidly de developing
veloping developing countries, are we go going
ing going to stand by while certain
ugly sections of our country
belie our nations integrity?
Dr. Wilgus said he would be
willing to work with a com committee
mittee committee set up to help find Neg Negro
ro Negro housing for the next confer conference.
ence. conference. He said he would help
publicize it, and that he felt th
word would spread very rapidly
through Caribbean countries if
facilities were made available
here.
I suggest that a committee
composed of one or two mem members
bers members from the Gainesville Coun Council
cil Council on Human Relations, Ameri Americans
cans Americans for Democratic Action, as
well as any of the local civic or
religious groups interested in
bettering relations between na nations
tions nations and between men.
This next year may well be &
crucial one in the Caribbean,
especially in the light of Cas Castros
tros Castros recent avowal.
I would be glad to act as a
cementing agent for anyone in interested
terested interested in cooperating in this
vital moral area,
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ages of the old because they
are new; they glimmer with
truth in the absence of proven
absurdity.
An aura almost of prescience
is assumed; yes, I fall prey
to it myself all too often. We
feel armed with the knowledge
that things will happen be because
cause because we can conceive of their
occuring. And, in this conceit,
we act in accordance with an
enlightened self-interest that
offers us little more than an
empty world in which all has
been rejected because none of
it suits our immediate imagin imaginings.
ings. imaginings.
OF SUCH DREAMS are fu futures
tures futures built, filled with castles
and hopes and ideals beyond the
realization of the life allotted
us. And so, too, fill we our bins
of memories in the sad and
slightly boring tea time of
our life. Os these things, alike,
do we regret when, in tasting
the fruit of our imaginings, we
find the acrid flavor of our mis missed
sed missed opportunities and over-look over-looked
ed over-looked utopias.
The smallest things we have
are worth far more than the
greatest things we imagine, if,
in imagining, we disgard all
we have in vain and hopeless
pursuit. We may all know the
pain of urticating ourselves with
the nettles of our dreams.
What then? Do we abandon
all plans, all dreams, because
of a vaguefelt impracticality, a
sense of futility in adhering to
the hopes of more than we are?
God, if we had the answer to
that question!
Some weeks ago, I was given
a paper by a very dear
friend. On it was written a set
of Ten Commandments. Since
that time, I have read them
over many times, changed one
completely, and felt a sense of
purpose enbodied in them that I
have seldom seen so simply
written. Maybe ... a rule of
thumb when the hand has lost
its grasp?
* *
I. Thou shalt do Thy damned damnedest
est damnedest in all that matters to Thee.
11. Thou shalt follow the mu music
sic music of Thine own drum.
HI, Thou shall own Thyself,
that Thou mayest give of Thy Thyself.
self. Thyself.
IV. Thou shalt keep Thy mind

MILLER

V y ( Author of Rally Round The Flag, Boys, The Many
* Loves of Dobie Gillrs, etc.)
"HAPPINESS CANT BUY MONEY
I have asked the makers of Marlboroan enterprising and
aggressive group of men; yet at the same time warm and lovable;
though not without acumen, perspicacity, and drive; which does
not, however, mask their essential great-heartedness; a quality
evident to all who have ever enjoyed the beneficence of their
wares; I refer, of course, to Marlboro Cigarettes, a smokt
fashioned with such loving care and tipped with such an easy easydrawing
drawing easydrawing £1 ter that these old eyes grow misty when I think upon
itl have asked, I say, the makers of Marlborothat aggregate
of shrewd but kindly tobacconists, that cluster of hearty souls
bound together by the profit motive and an unflagging deter determination
mination determination to provide a cigarette forever flavorful and eternally
pleasingl have asked, I say, the makers of Marlboro whether
I might use today's column to take up the controversial question;
Should a coed share expenses on a date ?
Yes, said the makers simply. We all shook hands then and
squeezed each others shoulders and exchanged brave smiles,
and if our eyes were a trifle moist, who can blame us?
To the topic then: Should a coed share expenses on a date?
I think I can best answer the question by citing the following
typical case:
Poseidon Nebenzal, a student at Oklahoma A and M, major majoring
ing majoring in hides and tallow, fell wildly in love with Mary Ellen
Flange, a flax weevil major at the same school. His love, he had
reason to believe from Mary Ellens sidelong glances and
maidenly blushes, was not entirely unrequited, and by and by he
mustered up enough courage to ask her the all-important
question: Will you wear my 4-H pin?
Yes, she said simply. They shook hands then and squeezed
each other's shoulders and exchanged brave smiles, and if their
eyes were a trifle moist, who can blame them?
For a rime things went swimmingly. Then a cloud appeared.
Mary EUen, it seems, was a rich gm and accustomed to costly
pleasures. Poseidon was bone-poor and be quickly ran out of
money. Unable to take Mary Ellen to the posh places she
fancied and too proud to tell her the reason, he turnea surly and
full of melancholy. Soon their romance, so premising at the
beginning, was heeded for a breakup. But at the last moment,
Poseidon managed to blurt out the truth.
Oh, beloved agrarian! cried Mary EUen, grappling him
dose. Ob, proud husbandman! Oh, foolish reaper! Why have
you not told me before? I have plenty of money, and I will
contribute according to my ability.
Poseidon, of course, protested, but she finally persuaded him
of the wisdom of her course. From then on they split ail expenses
according to their incomes. Rather than embarrass Poseidon by
handing him money in public, a joint bank account was set up
to allow him to write cheeks. Into this account each week they
faithfully deposited their respeetivs allowances3s eents from
Poseidon; 12300 from Mary EUen.
And it worked fine! They were happytruly happy! And
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and Thy heart open to all men.
V. Thy life is a gift, and not
an affliction; see Thou live it.
VI. Thou shalt laugh, even at
Thyself.
VII. Thou shalt not fail those
who have accorded Thee the
honor of Loving Thee.
VUI. Thou shalt forgive and
shield and carry all who love
Thee.
IX. Thou shalt not judge.
X. Thou shalt feel with all Thy
being ... Thou shalt love with
all Thy self. This is both Thy
Cross . and Thy Glory.
* *
It is not easy to learn the
simple fact that your life is
inextricably bound to those
around you. When all the em emphasis
phasis emphasis in the world is being laid
on self achievement, self
improvement, self attainment,
it is the hardest task imagin imaginable
able imaginable to remain cognizant of
the fact that by living, by the
fact of others, you have an ob obligation,
ligation, obligation, albeit often distasteful,
to share what you are and ac accept
cept accept what you are not.
It is necessary to make your yourself
self yourself a now instead of a
sometime. To be, instead of
wish. You cannot do that by
wholesale borrowing of the
stealing of the ideals others re represent,
present, represent, by the self-altered pla*
giarization of anothers con concepts.
cepts. concepts. If you do, you are either
a duplicate of success or fail failure
ure failure but nothing by and of your yourself.
self. yourself.
Never is it easy. Often is it
painful. Always it is impossible
alone. And by the end of life,
you are measured . not t
alone ... but by tmd against
those whose hand you have eith either
er either grasped or pushed aside.
After his death, this verse
was found in the family Bible
of Dag Hammerskjold:
The day you were born,
everybody was happy . .. you
cried alone. Make your life
such, that in your last hour all
others are weeping, and you
are the only one without a tear
to shed. Then you shall face
death calmly, whenever it
comes.
Lord Byron hag attempted to
become Matthew Arnold for a
few words. I hope the effect
has not proven, as so often,
ludicrous.



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Directory Supplement

BROWARD
South tost a Rooms Phone
Ground floor .. (32-52). .2,9228
Ist floor .. (1035-1052). .2-9417
2nd floor .. (2031-2052). 2-9273
3rd floor .. (3031-3052) .2-9295
4th floor .. (4031-4052)..2-9142
Southwest:
Ground floor ... (53-73). .2-9282
Ist floor .. (1052-1070).,2-9394
2nd floor .. (2053-2074). .2-9162
3rd floor .. (3053-3074). .2-9192
4th floor .. (4053-4074).: 2-9205
KThST*. (1001-1014). .2-9255
2nd floor .. (2001-2023). .2-9269
3rd floor .. (3001-lOU>. .2-9209
4th floor ..(4001-4023). .2-9494
Northwest:
Ist fleer .. (1091-1104). .2-9414
2nd floor (2080-2104). .2-9183
3rd floor .. (3081-3104). .2-9108
4th floor .. (4081-4104). .2-9450
GROVK j
lest (1-37) (75-1 ID. 2-9459
West (40-74e) (114-115) 6-9171
Annex (152-170)..2-9334
JENNINGS
All rooms 2-6381
MALLORY
1* floor (3-12). .2-9298
2nd floor .....(13-38)..2-9386
3rd floor (39-64). .2-9441
4th floor (65-90)..2-9348
RAWLINGS
All rooms 2-3621
1 ftVW i-
RIID
Ist floor ...n?B9-198) .2-9277
2nd floor . (199-124). .2-9389
3rd floor .. : (225-250) 2-9419
4th floor .. (251-277) .2-9396
YULiE
Ist floor ...(101-111). .2-9445
2nd floor .. (112-136)..2-9166
3rd floor .. <137-161) 2-9359
4th floor ... (162-186)-. .2-9311
BUCKMAN
A (1-12) .2-9343
B (13-36).2-9317
C (37-56)..2-9319
D (57-80) .2-9367
E ... ... (81-92) .2-9391
FLETCHER
J (141-156). .2-0326
K (157-162). .2-9312
L (163-178)..2-9219
M (179-192). .2-9372
N (193-208)..2-9358
0 (209-220).. 2-9111
P (221-236)..2-9134
R (827-346). 2-9200
S ...(247-262) .2-9888
FRAMS HALLS
1 k V-.
C .'. C (1-17). 2-9482
D ..> (1-17).. 2-9497
R ..4 (1-17) .2-9143
S ...* (1-17). .2-9485
GRAHAM
Ground floor (8-25) .6-9248
Ist fldor ... (104-132). >6-9267
2nd fldor . (204-232) .6-0272
3rd floor ... (304-332). .6-9282
4th floor ... (404-432). .6-9333
HUME*
East:
Ist floor ..(1001-1023) no phone
2nd floor .. (2001-2029). .6-2297
3rd floor .. (3001-3029). .6-9234
4th floor . (4001-4029) no phone
West:
Ist flodr (1090-1117). 2-9400

WELCOME TO A FREE LECTURE
'CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
AND EVERYDAY UVHK'
CHARLES mTcARR. C.S.B.
of Monte loir, Now Jersey
A member of the Christian Science Board of Lectureship of the Mother Church,
The First Church of Christ Scientist, Boston, Massachusetts.
TUESDAY DECEMBER 5
AT 8:15 F.M.
At the Wesley Foundation Chapel
Presented by
. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE COLLEGE ORGANIZATION
AT THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


(EDITOR'S NOTE: Th
Alligator has compiled the
following student directory
supplement in response to
complaints that the direc directory
tory directory did not give complete
information on dormitory
phone numbers. Because
many students did not
know their phone numbers
at time of registration only
their room numbers appear appeared
ed appeared in the directory. Dormi Dormitory
tory Dormitory phone numbers did not
indicate which rooms were
on which floors. Readers.
may find it handy to clip
this supplement and piece
it in their directory.)

2nd flour (2101-2128) ..6-9158
3rd floor (3101-3128) .6-9229
4H floor (4101-4125) .6-9236
East Control:
Ist floor . (1032-1053) no phono
2nd floor .(2033-2059)..2-9496
3rd floor (3033-3059) no phono
4th floor (4033-4059) .2-9412
Wost Control:
Ist floor (1062-1085) ..2-9400
2nd floor (2071-2098) .2-9401
3rd floor (3071-3098). .2-9372
4th floor (4071-4098). 2-9495
MURPHREE
A (426-440).. 2-9421
8 (441-455).2-9425
C .(456-471) .2-9435
D (472-491) 6-9144
E (492-507).. 2-9426

> s
(Continued from Page ONE)
He said some did not want to
get Involved because they had re relatives
latives relatives is Cuba and others place
their personal ambitions above
those of the freedom of Cuba/*
It is dangerous to be active
in such a group, he said, but it
is equally dangerous not to do
something right away. What a
wild risk!
The trio viewed the counter counterrevolution
revolution counterrevolution as a long battle how however
ever however the urgency of their work
made them comment that they
felt they had to do most of their
planning as they go along.
The stadium appeal was an ex example
ample example of their trying to get some something
thing something going,, according to the
group.
The leader had requested use
of the entire public address sys system
tem system but was told that they could

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Oil Wins 'Best in Show'

Mary Ann Iveys Motif No. 5
(above) was judged Best in the
Show out of 101 art works cur currently
rently currently showing in the annual Flori Florida
da Florida Union Student Art Show in
Bryan Lounge.
The exhibit which was judged
Sunday afternoon and sponsored
the Fine Arts Committee of the
Florida Union Board of Student Ac-
-

F (508-523)..2-9144
G (524-536)..2-9138
H (540-553) .2-9135
J (554-565). .2-9268
K (566-581 >..2-9390
L (582-597).. 2-9306
M (5198-613). .2-9364
NORTH
Ist floor ...(746-751) 2-9151
2nd floor ...(752-776)..2-9242
3rd floor ... (777-804). .2-9285
SIMPSON
Ground floor ... (5-36). .2-9118
Ist floor ...(104-132)..2-9262
2nd floor ...(204-232) .2-9313
3rd floor ... (304-332). .2-9428
4th floor ...(404-432) 6-9124
SLEDD
A (263-278) .2-9252
8 (279-294)..2-9184
C (295-308).. 2-9179
F (93-108). 2-9352
G (109-124). .2-9351
H (125-140) .2-9341
SOUTH
2nd floor ...(861-886)..2-0315
3rd floor ... (887-912). .2-9190
4th floor ~.(913-938) .2-9345
THOMAS
D (310-321).. 2-9180
E (322-341) .2-9177
F (342-365).2-9167
G (366-389)..2-9176
H (390-413). .2-9174
J (414-428) .2-9168
TOLBERT
Ist floor ...(618-633) .2-9280
2nd floor ...(634-661)..2-9213
3rd floor ... (662-689) 2-9220
4th floor ... (690-717)..6-9221
sth floor .. (718-745) .2-9182
TRUSLER
Ist floor .(104-132)..6-9120
2nd floor ... (204-232). .6-9136
3rd floor ... (304-332) .6-9142
4th floor ... (404-432) .6-9136
WEAVER
Ist floor .... (940-958). .2-9328
2nd floor .. (959-986) .2-9309
3rd floor .. (987-1014) 2-9275
4th floor (1015-1042) 2-9145

Cubans

not use it because of Ihe na nature
ture nature of their appeal.
They were very polite in re refusing
fusing refusing us, he said, saying he un understood
derstood understood the problem that such
an appeal may lead to other
groups wishing to use the system
at later dates.
In our educational campaign we
plan to stress the need for Ameri Americans
cans Americans to understand the reasons
that Castro was able to come to
power.
Castro didnt come from the
sky, Cruz said.
Only with this understanding
can American students really help
us, he said.
Referring to a split within the
Cuban community over what po political
litical political system should be best aft after
er after Castro is overthrown, Crus
said all they were interested in
was freeing Cuba. That is our
'first task, he said.

tivities will continue through Dec.
15.
In the painting division Marlene
Shaffers Still Life (top left)
was awarded first place. At left,
next to photograph, is a charcoal
drawing which won a first in other
media for Ella Gelvan.
Other awards went to Ann Har Hardy,,
dy,, Hardy,, John Johnson, Charles Thomp Thompson
son Thompson and Memet Larsen.

Campus Buildings
Named by Profs

What's in a name?
At the UF a seven-man facul faculty
ty faculty advisory committee is respon responsible
sible responsible for originating new names
for campus buildings.
The president appointed Memor Memorial*,
ial*, Memorial*, Necrology and Naming of
Buildings Committee, under the
leadership of Director of Hous Housing
ing Housing Harold C. Hiker, performs
the first step in the three fold
naming process.
Names, suggested by the com committee,
mittee, committee, are recommended to the
president of the university. He
makes recommendations to the
Board of Control, who officially
designated the name of the
building.
Two ground rules are observed
in the selection of names for
buildings, according to Dr. Har Harry
ry Harry M. PMlpott, vice. president of
the University.
No building may be named for
someone actively associated at the
University, although living people
may be so honored. Buildings are
named for appropriate people.
Anderson Hall was named for
Dean Anderson, at one time the
Coed Sells
Best Photos
The Museum of Modem Art in
New York has purchased four
prints of photographs taken by
student Shelia White.
Shelia, of Sebring, is currently
working for her masters degree
in the College of Education.
She won prizes lor her photo photographs
graphs photographs which havs been shown in
local, state, national, and inter,
national exhibitions.
She submitted a portfolio of fif fifty
ty fifty prints to the museum for
their critical comments. The mu museum
seum museum responded with an offer
to buy four of the prints and to
exhibit the group in a coming
show.

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Sciences.
Occasionally a building is
named for a person not defin definately
ately definately conntected with it. Dan
McCarty Hall is named for the
governor of Florida when the
funds for the buildings were al allocated.
located. allocated.
Womens dormitories designate
wives of governors of Florida, ex excepting
cepting excepting Rawlings Hall. It com commemorates
memorates commemorates Marjorie K. Raw Rawlings
lings Rawlings who left her estate to the
University at the time the build building
ing building was being built.
Most mens dorms names honor
outstanding staff and faculty of
the University. Bast, West, and
South Halls are obvious exception
to this rule.
Temporary buildings ar e desig designated
nated designated by numbers and letters
which are assigned as they are
added to the campus.
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Italian Comedy Visits Campus
With T he Loves of Harlequin'

(EDITOR'S NOTE: Bmhm of
the different nature of the Flor Florida
ida Florida Mayors' next production, the
Alligator asked Dr. August W.
Sta b, assistant professor of
speech and theatre, to give read readsrs
srs readsrs a preview of whot to expect.
The Loves of Harlequin" opens
Wednesday night. See story,
page one.)
*
By DR. AUGUST W. STAUB
The Florida Palyers produc production
tion production of he Loves of Harlequin
should be an important event.
Campus audiences will be pro provided
vided provided with an hilariou* evening
and will also enjoy the unusual
opportunity of seeing a come comedy
dy comedy done in the style of the corn cornmedia
media cornmedia dell arte.
Originating in the Italian Re-
I naiasance, the commedia dell dell{
{ dell{ arte was a form of theatre
in which small troupes of pro professional
fessional professional actors, each playing
a stock or type character, tour toured
ed toured Italy entertaining those un unable
able unable to attend the sumptuous
j court productions.

Arabs, Latins Will Dance
To Music of Byer's Band

UF Arabs and Latins will be
dancing Friday might and people
from the rest of the world are
invited to join them.
Latin-Arabian Night, sponsored
by the Arab Club and the Latin.
Space Is Topic
Os Dec. 11 Talk
Lt. Col. Joseph J. Rosa, U. S.-
A.F., will speak on "Aerospace
Activities at Cape Canaveral in
the University Auditorium at 8:15
p.m., Dec. 11.
Rosa is in charge of operation operational
al operational procedures and practices in
support of manned space flight
at the Cape. He holds an A.B.
in psychology from Brown Uni University
versity University and an M.A. in social
psychology from Columbia Uni.
versity. The lecture will be spon sponsored
sored sponsored by the Forums Committee
of the Florida Union.
Collage of Pharmacy
The College of Pharmacy has
received a $15,180 grant from the
National Institute of Health for
cancfer research.
The grant was awarded to Dr.
Francis E. Ray of the depart department
ment department of Pharmaceutical Cherais.
try. He will direct the project
and continue his studies of the
disease.

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Preview
Oonsumste Art
The term "commedial dell dellarte
arte dellarte means the professional or
consummate art of theatre, as
opposed to the amateur nature
of the court productions.
Also known as the improvis improvised
ed improvised comedy, the "commedia
was so called because the ac actors
tors actors worked only from a seen,
ario or plot outline, and Impro Improvised
vised Improvised their speeches as the
play progressed.
Ad Lib
If an actors invention failed
him for a moment, he could
always fall back on bits of
preplanned business known as
"lazzi, funny gimmicks much
like Jack Bennys violin playing.
As the "commedia became
more popular, famous compan companies
ies companies like the Gelosi toured Eur Europe
ope Europe and England. Outside Italy
the commedia was known as
the Italian Comedy, and as
such had profound influence on

American Club, will begin at 8
p.m. at the American Legion
Building, 513 E. University Ave.
Music will be supplied by Bill
Byers and his band.
Tho dance is free lor members
of the sponsoring clubs and their
dates, and members of other for.
eign student club s on campus will
be charged two dollars with dates.
Others must pay two dollars
stag and $2.50 with dates.
Tickets are on sale from three
to five p.m. daily at Room 808,
Florida Union and can also be
obtained at the door.

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Moliere and even on Shake Shakespear
spear Shakespear and Jonson.
Zanny Antic*
Today we still remember the
commedia in such words as
zanni, and in tho diamond-.,
patterned Harlequin costume.
It you enjoy combining odu-
cation with fun, an evening
with the commedia should be
an evening well spent.
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Page 6

FSU Next For Cagers

By ROBERT GREEN
Gator Sports Writer
The Gator Basketball team will face its third tough
foe of the season when it meets cross state rival, Florida
State in Florida Gym at 8:15 p.m.

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CUFF LUYK. .
Scoring Rebounder

THE SPORTS HUB I
-J -i Rough Season,
None Forget
By MIKE GORA
Alligator Sports Editor
One year later.
Sounds like a que line in a melodrama. Some melo melodramas
dramas melodramas have been funnier.
TO SECOND YEAR COACH Ray Graves it was a
hard pill to swallow.
TO LOYAL GATOR FANS and alums it was a season
for broiled crow and forget the salt.
FOR LARRY LIBERTORE it was full of bumps and
bruises, some outside some inside.
New Look Gone
The new look was gone. Replaced by sometimes seem seemingly
ingly seemingly shabby tricks. Some worked, more didnt.
That luck was gone.
Tech wouldnt be wrecked, but they repaid a debt.
Rice did it again.
FSU was better than usual.
LSU used HC to repay a debt of their own.
Gators cant beat Auburn.
Miami didnt choke. So it went, now the Gators have
some debts to repay
Graves wont forget, a lot of people wont.
Three Team Dream
Three teams and the depth to do it. A dream, per perhaps,
haps, perhaps, but thats the plan.
Toughened up line Jack Katz and Gerald Odum,
guards ala Miranda.
Return of three starting backs.
Russ Brown All America potential at end.
Return of Skelly.
Freshman names that are and arent familiar.
Billy Joe James, a hard running fullback from Sa Savanna.
vanna. Savanna.
Bill Richbourg another tough guard.
The names go on, the ability seems to be there.
The desire ought to be.
A faint glimmer breaks through, Graves thinks of
next year.
Its still this year.
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The Gators faced Rice on Mon Monday
day Monday night with the score not avail available
able available at press time and lost to
Duke, 80-8 on Friday night in
In the only FSU score avail-
Durham.
able, the Seminoles gave a cre creditable
ditable creditable performance in holding
Ohio State to a 72-67 win in Colum Columbus.
bus. Columbus. They stopped All-American
Jerry Lucas with just 11 points,
the second lowest total he has
ever had.
All Starters Bade
The Seminoles return all start starters
ers starters from last years team which
had a 14-10 record and gave the
Gators two hard battles. The
Gators won 74-67, and 75-74 last
season, the last game being won
in the last 21 seconds on a bask basket
et basket by Lou Merchant.
Ray Swain and Dave Fedor
are the big scorers for the Tribe.
Fedor had IS in his first game

against Ohio State. In that game,
he hit eight out of 10 field goal
attempts.
Hell play center with Swain,
who averaged 17 a contest, at for forword
word forword along with Rufus Ashworth.
Jack Davis and Tim Edney should
start at guards.
The Gators have taken seven
of the eight games played so
far.
In their opening game with
Duke, the Gators did a good
job in the first half, but fell
down in the second ae Duke
wrapped up file game in the
final five minutes. Cliff Luyk
had 21 points for file Gators.
However, Lou Merchant had an
off night and could only score nine
points. Sophomore Taylor Stokes,
in his first game as a starter,
came through with 16. Art Hey Heyman
man Heyman had 31 points for the night.
Duke Rebounds Well
In addition, he had 13 rebounds
to tie Luyk in this department.
However, the Devils, as a team,
dominated the rebounding. The
Gators, trailing in the game, tried
a full court press in the final
moments of the game, the Duke
took advantage of it for its big
victory margin.
UF Swimmers
Tough Tankers
Prospects look £ood for Flor Floridas
idas Floridas Fighting Gator Swimmers
as the Southeastern Conference
champions prepare to go after
their seventh successive confer conference
ence conference crown.
Our prospects this year are
the best they have been in the
last several years, said Swimm Swimming
ing Swimming Coach Ernest G. Crone. Hav Having
ing Having lost only one varsity man
we have 10 sophomores up from
last year who will really be a
help to us.
Hard To Stay Up
Staying on top of the heap in
the conference, however, 1* get getting
ting getting to be more difficult with pow powerful
erful powerful teams arising at Georgia,
Georgia Tech., Alabama, and Tu Tulane,
lane, Tulane, Crone pointed out.
crone looks to seniors co cocaptains
captains cocaptains Steve Mcride, All
American diver, and Bill Cullen,
individual medley, freestyle,
and backstroke specialist, to
provide point getting leader leadership
ship leadership for the Gatorg this season.
Other outstanding seniors are
Bud Floyd, a fast moving back
stroker and Don MacLanahan,
who specializes in the breast
stroke.
Freestyler Green
Juniors this year include lead leading
ing leading freestyler Terry Green who
set four varsity records last year
while accumulating the teams
highest point total of the season
with 147.75. Also being counted
on % last years Most Valuable
Swimmer, Eddie Reese, who
will compete in the Wjtterflj
stroke and the individual med medley.
ley. medley.
Other juniors are Harry Wil Wilder,
der, Wilder, Alan Lauwaert, and Jim
Proctor, freestyle sprinters, and
Jeff Oromaner, and Marc She Sheridan
ridan Sheridan breast strokes.

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INFANTE STREAKS .
With fake field goal pass from Bobby Dodd.
Four SEC Teams
In Holiday Bowl
The Southeastern Conference wound up another year
of football last Saturday, but four out of the 12 teams
are slated to see extra duty in up coming bowl games.

The nations number one team,
Alabama ended the season un unbeaten
beaten unbeaten and untied and will face
Southeastern co-champion Ark Arkansas
ansas Arkansas in the Sugar Bowl In New
Orleans.
SEC runnerup LSU will take on
Big Eight Champion Colorado in
Miamis Orange Bowl while Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi will travel to Dallas to
play Texas in the Cotton Bowl. All
these games will be on New Years
Day.
Tech In Gator
Georgia Tech and Penn State
win play to see who will replace
the UF as Gator Bowl Champions
in Jacksonville on December 30.
The final day of action saw form
coming to the forefront as the
favorites came out on top of their
traditional foes. Alabama edged
out LSU for the SEC crown by
finishing with a 7-0 conference rec record
ord record to the Tigers 6-0 mark.
Mississippi was third with a
5-1 record followed by Geor Georgia
gia Georgia Tech and Tennessee, both
at 4-3. The Gators ended in the
middle, sixth, With 3 wins and
3 losses, ahead of Auburn, Ken Kentucky,
tucky, Kentucky, Tuiane, Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi te, and Vanderbilt
in' that order.
Alabama crushed Auburn, 34-0,
in an awesome display of power.
Pat Trammell directed the of offense
fense offense and the Tide defenses never
let Auburn get past the Bama
34 yard line.
Georgia Tech downed for the
first time in five years in At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, 22-7. Halfback Billy Wil Williamson
liamson Williamson scored twice for the
Engineers before 47,098 fans.
Tennessee Wins
Tailbacks Mallon Faircloth and
Glenn Glass combined to give
Tennessee a 41-7 win over Vander Vanderbilt.
bilt. Vanderbilt. Faircloth scored on a 65
yard run and Glass ran a kick-

off back for a 93 yard TD. The
loss gave Vandy its worst sea season
son season ever.
Mississippi ran over Mississippi
State 37-7 behind Blly Adams
two TDs. State made a game of
it for a half, but Ole Miss scored
twice in the third quarter to
wrap it up.
In the only non-conference game
of the day, Miami downed the
Gators, 15-6. The story is covered
elsewhere on this page.

i
In Saturdays game with JU. The Gator Club stayed
undefeated as they beat JU 6-1. The team closes out
its season against the JU Squad next Saturday in
Jacksonville.
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Tennis Finals Set:
AEPhi, Tri-Delt Meet
By LYNDA ROARK
Gator Sports Writer
Alpha Epsilon Phi will meet Delta Delta Delta in
Sorority League tennis finals tomorrow at 4:40 p.m.
on the Norman Courts.

A double elimination basket basketball
ball basketball tournament will begin Mon Monday,
day, Monday, December 11 for the Sort Sortrity
rity Sortrity League. The tournament
will be drawn up Thursday,
December 7 at IS a.m. to Room
227 Florida Gym. Mary Kaace Kaacevitch
vitch Kaacevitch and Elisabeth dfera will
serve as managers from basket basketball
ball basketball competition.
Table tennis action will con continue
tinue continue for the Sororities with three
games scheduled for this week.
Game one-Delta Gamma vs. Al Alpha
pha Alpha Chi Omega, game two-Delta
Phi Epsilon vs. Alpha Delta Pi
and g/ne three-Phi Mu vs. win winner
ner winner of game two.
Independent League
Independent League volleyball
finals with WoCS competing with
N.W. Broward were played Mon Monday,
day, Monday, December 4.
%
Tennis is now the main sport
for the Independent Leagues. Six
games scheduled for this week
are.
MONDAY game one, Grove vs.
Newtoan dub; game two, Oen Oenter
ter Oenter Jennings vs. Reid Hall;
TUESDAY game three, East Jen-
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Gators Taste Bitter Wine


Field Quiet,
Crowd Gone
Florida Field was quiet now.
At one end of the field workmen
were disassembling the goal posts
in preparation for storing them
away and at mid field a small
boy ran across the 50 yard
stripe with a football tucked un under
der under his arm where only moments
before the Florida Gators and
Miami Hurricanes had waged grid gridiron
iron gridiron combat.
Down in the Miami dressing
room coach Andy Gustafson
beamed at the crowd gathered
around Mm and allowed as how
ms '(Janes nad played their
most satisfying win of the sea season.
son. season. I dont say that it was
our best game, I think we were
a little better against North Northwestern
western Northwestern but this is the game
file boys wanted.*'
Meanwhile Kay Graves and
staff were already looking ahead
to next year and what promises
to be a top notch Gator squad.
Contemplating Floridas dismal 4-
5-1 record for the season it can
be seen that there were bright
moments but they were few
and far between.
Larry Libertore played most
of the season hampered by a
variety of crippling injuries
and seldom was toe Gator first
unit in sound physical condition
for any game.
Dick Skelly was out for the en entire
tire entire campaign because of his now
infamous run in Albert the Alli Alligator
gator Alligator and Gerald Odum, Gerald
Stephens and Jack Katz, three
crushingly effective line men all
missed for a variety of reasons.
Their loss is emphasized in the
fact the Gatofs woes were attri attributed
buted attributed by many experts to be due
in part to the lack of a big line.

nings vs. S. Rawlings; game
four, 8.&.U. vs. W. Jennings;
THURSDAY game five, Mallory
vs. N. E. Broward; game six,
Winner of game one vs. Win Winner
ner Winner of game two. 9

BICE TO GET OB GIVE
GATOB SPOBT SHOP
1719 w. UNIVERSITY AVENUE* ON THE GOLD COAST"

UF Football Coach Ray Graves drinks bitter wine to today.
day. today.
It replaces the champagne he drank a year ago when
his Gators became the talk of the Southeastern Con Conference
ference Conference and Graves was toasted as SEC coach of

v
Now Champ
In Old Game
Prognostorgntoring hot
drawn to a close with tradi tradiditional
ditional tradiditional rivalries marking
footballs last stand.
Sports Editor Emeritus
Bill Buchalter took wild
stabs last week trying to
overcome the five game
advantage of opponent
Mike Gora, Alligator l
sports editor.
St. Pete Bill failed how however,
ever, however, picking only three
of nine collectively.
This dropped his final
average to .624. Gera fin finished
ished finished with a .732 mark
nine games up.
This marks the first
losing season in three
years of prognostagator prognostagatoring
ing prognostagatoring for Buehalter.
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Undefeated
footers Smash
JU Squad 6-1
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The UF Soccer dub posted its
sixth win of the season last week
and need only to win their final
contest Saturday to remain un undefeated.
defeated. undefeated.
Defeats JU
The team, captained by Mike
Kessler, defeated Jacksonville
University 6-1 in the contest Sat Saturday
urday Saturday morning on Fleming.
Willy Miles led the way in the
easy win by kicking four goals.
Louis Cadavid and Mauricio Flo Flores
res Flores had the other scores. Miles
leads the team In scoring with
11 goals.
Third Win
This marked the third win for
the Gator Club in two weeks.
Last week in St. Pet# the team
defeated two west coast athletic
dubs to eop the shampionship
trophy in the annual St Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg tourney.
Coach Moore
Team coach Alan Moore takes
his club to KackeonvUle this week weekend
end weekend to meet JU for the* season
ending game.
The soccer match will serve as
one of the focal points of the JU
Homecoming.*
The squad is sponsored by the
Intramural Department under the
Recreation Department

year in his first try.
The dapper Florida coach
guided the Gators to their most
successful season since 1928 last
year as they raced to a 9-2 rec record.
ord. record.
This season there in no joy in
Gainesville as the Gators struck
out with a 4-5-1 mark, their worst
since 1965.
Miami Made Difference
The University of Miami made
the difference. The Gators enter entered
ed entered last Saturdays game at .500. A
victory would have meant a win winning
ning winning season.
But Miami swept to a 15-6 tri triumph
umph triumph enfoute to the Liberty Bowl
and Florida began talking about
next year.
The Gators scored first after
Miami Halfback John Bahen
fumbled a fair catch attempt on
a punt and Florida Guard Jack
Thompson recovered on the
Hurricane 25-yard line.
FUUback Don Goodman toted
the final yard and the Gators had
a 6-0 lead.
A nifty fake field-goal attempt
moved the Gators along. With a
fourth down on the Miami 22,
Billy Cash came in to attempt
the kick with Bobby Dodd hold holding.
ing. holding.
But Dodd took the snap, moved
east, then fired a screen pass to
Undy Infante on the west side sideline.
line. sideline. Infante hustled to the three,
yard line and Goodman scored
three plays later.
Goat To Grace
Bahen went from goaf to grace
moments later when he sped 98
yards to touchdown-land with the
ensuing kickoff. That pushed the
score to 6-6 and it stayed that
way until halftime.
Miami changed things in a hur hur-5r
-5r hur-5r once the second half opened.
sing George Mira passes, the
Hurricanes moved 69 yards in
four plays to the Florida six. Here
Mira rolled out, was hit hard on
the right side, switched the ball
to his left hand and tossed to
Halfback Nick Spinelli on the end
zone.
Miami was ahead, 12-6, and the
Gators spent most of the third
period deep in their own* terri territory.
tory. territory. Tom Battens passing whip whipped
ped whipped some life into Florida near
the games end but a Beb Wilson
field goal gave Miami an insuiv
ance bulge and. its final margin.
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