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Volume 54, Number 21

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"OH, CHRISTMAS TREE, OH, CHRISTMAS TREE HOW BEAUTIFUL .
Mortar Board singers will carol at the traditional lighting of the Campos Christmas tree Sunday at
10*15 p.m.

"Christmas Under Tension"

Reitz to Present Yule Message

. Christmas will be related to
contemporary college life by UP
Pres. J. Wayne Reitz in his an annual
nual annual Christmas message to the
student body at 11 pm. Sun Sunday
day Sunday in the University Auditor Auditorium.
ium. Auditorium.
His talk, Christmas Under
Tension, will follow the Christ Christmas
mas Christmas tree lighting in front of the
Auditorium at 1:15 p.m.
Our purpose Hi to help stu students
dents students relate their college life
with the idea of Peace On
Earth, Good Will to Men, said
John Strickland, see. of religi religious
ous religious affairs, who will preside
over die event. He said the
ceremony is not a worship ser service.
vice. service.
New Entrance
For Stadium
The Athletic Department an announced
nounced announced today that one entrance
Instead of the proposed two will
be added to the student side of
Florida Field.
Coach Percy Beard said the
added entrances were considered
because the passages under the
tudent aide were very congest congested
ed congested during football games.
We plan to divert the stu students
dents students to another entrance that
will be constructed at the south
es
end between the stadium and the
brick retaining wall, Beard said.
If the new entrance, which will
be ready for next fall, does not
relieve the situation, Beard said
student* will be allowed to use
one of the entrances at the
north end of the field.
Deans Select
Hall of Fame
Floridas Hall of Fame candi candidates
dates candidates have been nominated and
will be selected by an all-faculty
committee in late January.
The candidates were nominated
by the deans of their colleges and
were sent application forms. The
candidates will be chosen by Dean
Lester L. Kale, Dean Frank T.
Adams, Dean Marna Brady, As Assistant
sistant Assistant Dean of Men Hayes Mc-
Clellan and Advisor to Organiza Organizations
tions Organizations William Cross.
UF Police Offer
Bicycle Storage
Students wanting to safely leave
their bicycles, motorscooter 8 or
motorcycles in Gainesville over
the Christmas holidays have four
choices for storage.
The campus police station pro provides
vides provides free outside storage. The
vehicles will be locked on racks
at th students own risk.
Streits Bicycle shop, 615 West
University Ave., will store bicy bicycles
cles bicycles for $1.50. Gainesville Bond Bonded
ed Bonded Warehouse, 740 NW 6th St.,
and Mizelle storage, 1040 South
Main St., will take care of bi bicycles
cycles bicycles and scooters for a $2 fee.

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THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR
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Singing by the Univ e r s i t y
Choir and Mens and Womens
Glee Clubs, scriptural readings,
and caroling by the audience


Voices Will Combine
In Handels 'Messiah'
On Sunday Afternoon
Nearly five hundred singers will combine talents to
present the Oratorio of Handels Messiah in the Flor Florida
ida Florida Gymnasium, Sunday, Dec. 17, at 4:15 p.m.
Four hundred members of the University Choral
Union and sixty members of the University choir will
make up the mighty chorus of college and high school
students, faculty and townspeople. The Messiah is
sponsored annually by the department of music of the
College of Architecture and Fine Arts.
Is Masterpiece
Its magnificence makes it a masterpiece of choral music, said
Director Elwood Keister, associate professor of music.
Handel wrote The Messiah in a 24-day burst of genius. He did
it practically without rest.
Because of the haste in which it was Written it was changed many
times and there is some controversy now as to which is the origin original,
al, original, Keister said.
The chorus will sing ten numbers in all including better known
choruses such as Come Unto Him, He Shall Lead his Flock,
For Unto Us a Child is Born, and The Glory of the Lord.
Climaxing The Messiah will be the Hallelujah Chorus presented
in the traditional standing manner.
> Standing Chorus
Keister said the tradition originated with the King of England
who, much impressed by the Hallelujah Chorus, stood up to listen.
It has been presented by a standing chorus ever since, the director
said.
Included In the University presentation wffl be two lesser known
choruses of the Messiah, And He Shall Purify and His Yoke
is Easy.
Ten solo parts will be sung by soloists Sherry Troy, soprano, and
Becky Daniels, alto, both of Gainesville and student soloists William
Clark, bass, of Jacksonville and John Day, tenor from St. Peters Petersburg.
burg. Petersburg.
The program will last about an hour and a half. The complete
wbrk would take almost four hours, Keister said. The singers will
be accompanied by the University Orchestra.
"HALLELUJAH, HALLELUJAH"
... Musician* combine for Handels Messiah*

will also be a part of the pro program,
gram, program, which Is sponsored by
the University Religious As Association.
sociation. Association. Thaxton Springfield,


University of Florida, Gainesville Friday, December 15, 1961

f pastor of the University Metho Metho|
| Metho| dist Church, will give the invo invocation.
cation. invocation.
Hie Christmas tree lighting
ceremony originated six years
ago when Mrs. J. Wayne
Reitz lit the first tree, donat donated
ed donated by Sen. Edward Fraser of
Maecfenny. His daughter was
attending the UF at that time.
The tradition is sponsored by
3fQsfer Board, womens leader leadership
ship leadership honorary society.
A tree will' be lighted on top
of the Hub also.
According to Dean of Women
Mama Brady, all UF women
students will be granted late
permits Sunday until 12:80 p.m.
so they can attend the program.
Dean of Divinity
To Speak Here
Inadequacies of a college edu education
cation education that excludes a religious
outlook will be explored during
Religion-in-Life Week Feb. 18-
28, according to Chairman Mike
Crews.
Dr. Liston Pope, Dean of the
Yale Divinity School, will be the
feature speaker at the 13th Annu Annual
al Annual Religion -in Life Convocation
Thursday, Feb. 22. in the Florida
Gym.
Crews said seven prominent
speakers will discuss the role re religion
ligion religion plays in the fields of hu humanities,
manities, humanities, biology and the physi physical
cal physical and social sciences. He said
the speakers will explore the
theme, Is Learning Enough?
Discussion and lecture sessions
will be held in dormitories and
fraternity and sorority houses
during the week. Crews said se several
veral several C-l and C-5 professors are
planning to let the speakers take
over several lecture sessions.
The week-kmg event is co-spon co-sponsored
sored co-sponsored by the University Religi Religious
ous Religious Association and the depart department
ment department of religion.

Gov. Farris Bryant's university
building bond proposal may re result
sult result in a cutback in the proposed
IS million expenditure for a new
Florida Union building.
Bryant recently assured stu student
dent student unions at three state uni univeratties
veratties univeratties top priority, but also said
he had soaled down total costs
from over $8 million to just over
$6 mttUon.
The governors release did not
expiabi a breakdown of the
scaled down t*** 1
Florida State University has
been aomreil a $2.7 million imion
leaving less than $4 million for a
UF union, not even including fi financing
nancing financing of one at Florida A AM.
In a press release assuring
moral obligation to student
ration buildings Bryant said be
was able to scale down the
costs from $8.3 million to about
$6.8 miHion.

Size of New Florida Union May Be Cut

Trimester Salary Plan
Protested by Professors

Seminole Editor
Announces End
Os Book Sales
Seminole sales will stop
today.
Yearbook sales, which
began in November, will
wind up today with an ex expected
pected expected 4,000 books sold.
Seminole Editor Bob Kent
expressed surprise that
more students did not buy
the Seminole. However,
this will not effect the qual quality
ity quality of the book as it stands
now, Kent said.
The Board of Student Publica Publications
tions Publications Monday passed a resolution
instructing the Rose Printing Co.
to proceed on a $27,000 printing
budget. This is the amount Rose
asked to print 4,000 copies.
Students have already paid $Z
each for the book in their activity
fees.
Books win be on sale in front
of the library and in the Florida
Union, according to Gary Burke,
sales coordinator.
The 1961 Seminole will feature
a more conservative cover than
last years, eight pages of color,
and a different organization, said
Kent.
Picture* ordered from Rappo Rappoport
port Rappoport Studios will be arriving
within the next few weeks.
In answer to complaints, Dave
Champion, Seminole photo co coordinator,
ordinator, coordinator, said that the order
blanks stated a six to eight week
delivery allowance. In many in instances
stances instances this time has not elaps elapsed.
ed. elapsed.

Health Head Says
Flu to Follow Yule

Over 800 students have been
inoculated against a flu epidem epidemic
ic epidemic expected on campus in Jan January.
uary. January.

We suspect that after the
Christmas Holidays, said Dr.
Samuel 8. Wright, student health
director, the flu will hit the
campus.
Wright explained that those
students going home to the areas
where flu cases have been re reported
ported reported might contract the virus
and bring it with them when they
return to the UF.
He said that no flu cases had
been reported in this area as of
Tuesday.
Type B flu, which is very con contagious,
tagious, contagious, has been reported in
South Florida, according to
Wright
He urged students to get the
two shots necessary for protection
from the flu either now or dur during
ing during the Christmas vacation.
Shots Fight Flu
The shots must be taken at an
interval of two weeks and will

The governors assurance to
student unions came the same
day that student government at
FSU was to decide bow they felt
about the bond proposal. The
group decided to bode Gov.
Bryant's plan.
The governor also claims that
the rations will be built faster un under
der under his plan.
Inclusion of the rations in the
governors plan can not possibly
help them. It can only hurt them,
said Bill director of the
Florida Union.
Rion said that to ltis knowledge
neither be nor the UF adminis administration
tration administration had been given any de details
tails details about toe plan.
He said that the mil* plan*
aing committee is preparing
schematic drawings and financing
plans based on the original con concept
cept concept for a new $5 million-plus
union in the absence of specific

Sparks at AAUP Meeting

Gator Goes
' St.Beaehnikf
This is the last Alligator
of the year. We have headed
to file beach for a bright*
Christmas but will be hack
on campus Friday, Jan. 5.
In the meantime we hope you
enjoy our gift to you and
your folks back home the
color supplement youll find
inside.
MERRY CHRISTMAS,
The Alligator Staff

Student Committee to
Study Dorm Fire Saftey

By JIM SRODES
Gator Staff Writer
A fire in one of the older mens
dormitories last week caused the
formation of an all-student com committee,
mittee, committee, to investigate fire safety
conditions in all mens dorm

provide immunization from flu
and head colds for one year.
Cost is threa dollars.

The university has enough flu
vaccine for only about 550 stu students.
dents. students. Paul F. Thompson, infir infirmary
mary infirmary pharmacist, has ordered
enough vaccine lor 225 more and
it should arrive around the first
of January.
Thompson explained that the
supply was extremely limited be.
cause the federal government
bought all the vaccine on the
market this summer for use in
military camps and industrial
centers. The government action
accurred after the U.S. Public
Health Service predicted that flu,
which recurs in cycles, was to
become a severe problem in Feb February
ruary February and March.
As it is a time consuming
process to make the vaccine,
Thompson said, file drug com companies
panies companies usually only make up one
batch a year.
He said that the makers of
(See FLU, Page S)

By Bond Inane Proposal

Gov. Bryant Pledges
Unions Foster
Union Director Soys
Leave Us Alone
information or alternative plans.
We wore proceeding fine an
our own financing program, begun
in 1961 by students, he said.
Hi 1961 students voted to levy
$8 a year toward construction of
a new Florida Union. In 1960 the
state legislature approved a $lO
a semester hike in student fees
to go into student union funds at
three state universities.
The current Florida ration fund
currently stands at about SBOO,-
000. Approximately $1.25 million

Pay Raise 'Out-of-Step'
With New Workloads
By FRANK WESTMARK
Gator Staff Writer
Trimester salary proposals received many individual
complaints but only mild official opposition at a meeting
of the American Association of University Professors
Tuesday night.
A token representation of UF faculty members listen listened
ed listened to a two-hour explanation of the trimester system
and salary proposals, passed one watered-down resolu resolution
tion resolution and went home.

The resolution, stirring no com.
ment from the floor, was passed
shortly after a discussion of tri trimester
mester trimester led by Dr. Robert B.
Mautz, dean of academic affairs,
and Dr. Stan E. Wimberley, as assistant
sistant assistant dean of the College of
Arts and Sciences.
The AAUP resolved that pro professors
fessors professors be given the choice of re retaining
taining retaining their present work year
and pay scale or working under
the new system.
Council To Confer
Dr. Vince A. Hines, president
of file local AAUP chapter, said
the chapter executive council
would have to approve the resolu resolution
tion resolution before it becomes official.

areas, according to Asst Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner of Housing Affairs John
Young.
The fire, spreading quickly
through Murphree G, prevented
several occupants from escaping
via the sections only exit. They
escaped through windows. Also,
Fire alarm equipment in the sec section
tion section failed to work properly.
The committee, composed of
members of the Men* Residents
Council, will begin interviewing
dorm occupants after the Christ Christmas
mas Christmas vacation, Young said.
Concerned With Equipment
Where UF fire marshall Chief
I. A. Shuler will be concerned
with the causes of dorm fires,
we will be concerned with fire
fighting and safety devices in the
dorms, Young said.
Young said even though the
dorms were supposedly built ac according
cording according to accepted specifications,
this alone does not prevent fires
or protect the men in case of a
fire.
Whether the fire was an ac accident
cident accident or not is not the question
with which we are concerned,
said Young. We want to know
what means the men have to
protect themselvee with if a ser serious
ious serious fire starts?
Win Recommend
After the committee evaluation
was completed, said Young, a
list of recommendations for alarm
systems and fire escapes would
be given to Director of Housing
H. C. Riker.
Young mid be did not know of
any steps the University may
have taken to provide Immediate
safety against another fire.

is needed to float bonds tor the
new union.
The unkm at FSU cannot pos possibly
sibly possibly be speeded up, according: to
Rion because they already have
their application to the Federal
Housing and Home Financing Ag Agency
ency Agency and will go along on sched schedule.
ule. schedule.
la 19fl the Board of Control
submitted a plan to the Legisla Legislature
ture Legislature which amounted to the sale
of Florida Union to the state as a
Classroom building for $400,000.
No one knows, but specula speculation
tion speculation is that the governor plans to
pool the union reserves from the
three schools and use it as shout
a $2.5 million down payment on
the proposed $26 million revolv revolving
ing revolving trust fund.
The governor also brought con confusion
fusion confusion last homecoming when he
told the Florida Blue Key ban banquet
quet banquet that there would be a
groundbreaking on a new Florida

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The resolution charged that
under the trimester system
professors would do 25 per
cent more work lor an 11 per
cent pay raise, in effect s
pay reduction.
The proposed 11 per cent pay
increase was passed by th s
Board of Control at a meeting
in Fort Lauderdale last Saturday.
However, the measure must be
approved by the State Board of
Education before it becomes of official.
ficial. official.
*0 Per Cent Now
Under the present system pro profeasors
feasors profeasors are required to teach Wb
semesters. They receive an addi additional
tional additional 20 per cent of their salary
for teaching a summer session,
which is optional.
However, under the new sys system,
tem, system, professors will be requir required
ed required to teach two and a half tri trimesters
mesters trimesters equal to approxi approximately
mately approximately two semesters and a
summer sessionreceiving an 11
per cent increase. Overall, this
amounts to a 9 per cent pay
cut.
Mautz explained that an addi additional
tional additional 20 per cent increase would
be in effect for professors teach teaching
ing teaching three consecutive trimesters.
Mautz said leaves of absence"
by professors could be work worked
ed worked out by the various department
heads and that his office would
honor them.
According to Hines, the new
salary arrangement will be
the lowest paid to any of tho
three colleges la the United
States currently operating on
the trimester plan.
The University of Michigan
gave a45 per cent pay increase
to faculty for going on tbs tri trimester
mester trimester system; the University of
Pittsburgh gave 88 per cent;
and Jacksonville University facul faculty
ty faculty received a 50 per cent pay
hike.
The first two trimesters, begin beginning
ning beginning Sept 1, will approximate two
compacted semesters.
Trj Trimester
The third trimester running
from May through August, win be
divided into three sections: a
full trimester and two half' tri trimesters,
mesters, trimesters, each about equal to one
present summer session.
According to Wimberly, differ different
ent different courses will be offered in all
three periods.
However, a course wig be
taught only once during the
trimester period regardless of
which seetloa It appejgSLinr
Wimberly said it would-be pos possible
sible possible for a student to take cour cour(See
(See cour(See TRIMESTER, Page S)

Union in six months. 4-
This would be imposilble, ac according
cording according to Rion because blue blueprints
prints blueprints have not been drawn up. A
year has been afloted uyarawtng
them up.
Rion said that the plan to use
student fees for classrooms would
be a break with traditional col college
lege college financing.
Traditionally, classroom budd buddings
ings buddings have been financed by state
appropriations and non-academic
buildings have been financed
through student fees. J
Student unions are open to
use by ad students,* be agfel.
However a classroom building on only
ly only benefits a certain segment?"
He said many alumni haw# cri criticised
ticised criticised the plan on the grounds
that money spent in paying their
childrens fees might possibly be
used to build classrooms at a
rival university. ...



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The Florida Alligator, Friday, December 15, 1981 j

UF Students Miss Boat,
Miss Alumni Contacts Too

By TOM GIBSON
Gator Editorial Assistant
Many UF students miss the
boat at graduation in failing to
join the Alumni Association, said
Bill Fleming, director of Alum Alumni
ni Alumni Affairs.
At senior orientations, potential
graduates are being told they
cant go anywhere in the state
without running across commu community
nity community leaders who are active in the
Ahimni Association.
Besides the 36 alumni organiza organizations
tions organizations in the state, Fleming said
the organizations in New York
City, Washington D. C., New Or Orleans,
leans, Orleans, Atlanta, Savannah and Bo Bogata,
gata, Bogata, Colombia, have many active
community leaders in them.
Lawmaking Alums
Fleming said in Washington,
D.C., six out of the eight con congressional
gressional congressional members from Florid?,
are members of the UF Alumni
Association.
Each year alumni are asked to
contribute the $5 minimum to the
loyalty fund. This automatically
makes them members of their lo local
cal local alumni group and puts them
on state and local mailing lists.
Fleming, Robert C. Beaty,
dean emeritus of student affairs,
and A1 Alsobrook, alumni affairs
administrative assistant, have

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been attending the senior orien orientations.
tations. orientations. To date, seniors in phar pharmacy,
macy, pharmacy, nursing, arts and 'scienc 'sciences,
es, 'sciences, business administration and
architecture have met, averaging
60 to 100 per cent attendance.
Help Dollars
At the meetings, Beaty ex explains
plains explains the alumni tie-in with
Dollars for Scholars. Os the $5
contribution to the loyalty fund,
all money above the operating
costs of the Alumni Association
goes to dollars for scholars. Mem Members
bers Members may earmark their contribu contribution
tion contribution to any scholarship fund on
campus.
In his addresses to the senior
orientations, Fleming lists the
advantages of membership in the
Alumni Association.
In addition to increasing the
value of your degree from associ association
ation association with community leaders
who are UF alumni, you receive
the Alumni Magazine quarterly,
said Fleming at the pharmacy
orientation. Our office on cam campus
pus campus is the outlet for your news
and views in the future.
Get Tickets Early
As an active Alumnus, each
year you will receive applications
for reserved seats at Gator Growl
and tickets to the two barbeques
during Homecoming and the
FSU game. Each year you are

also given opportunity in advance
of the general public to buy sea season
son season tickets for all home football
games.
Alter the Christmas vacation
seniors in law, education, journa journalism,
lism, journalism, engineering and physical
education will hold their orienta orientations.
tions. orientations.
Trimester
(Continued From Page ONE)
ses in all three periods of the
third trimester.
Wimberly cited the attitude
of students as a possible stumb stumbling
ling stumbling block.
A recent survey was made In
all biology and C-6 sections re requesting
questing requesting students feeling about
attending any period of the split
trimester or combination of per periods.
iods. periods.
Students surveyed returned 865
questionnaires.
Wimberly said approximately
59 per cent would have no
part of it About SI per cent
would attend die full term
and 17 per cent, the first
half of the term.
Less than 2 per cent would
have anything to do with second
section of the term.
Wimberly sa i d he certain certainly
ly certainly wasnt relying on such super superficial
ficial superficial figures, but if this trend is
indicative of what may happen,
the university will be in trouble.
Wimberly reported that the
schedule and calendar commit committee,
tee, committee, appointed by UIF Pres. J.
Wayne Reitz, had made four
recommendations that might al alleviate
leviate alleviate some of the pressure of
the new system.
One Graduation
First, the commencement ex exercises
ercises exercises would be cut to one grad graduation
uation graduation in the spring, not corres corresponding
ponding corresponding to any academic period.
Students graduating at other
times during the year would be
awarded diplomas without a for formal
mal formal University-wide ceremony.
Exams Might Shift
Second, exam schedules would
be revised. The final exam per period
iod period would be squeezed into a
brief, 6*day periodbeginning Sat Saturday
urday Saturday and ending Thursday with
four three-hour periods per day.
Grades would be due in the regi registrars
strars registrars office the following day,
Friday, at 5 p. m.
We have gotten into the habit
of referring to these exam per periods
iods periods as 'channels: channel one,
channel two, channel three and
the night channel, said Wim Wimberly.
berly. Wimberly.
Students taking C courses will
meet for final exams during the
night channel.
Theyre accustomed to taking
exam* at night anyway, Wim Wimberly
berly Wimberly said.
Third, registration during
Anal exam period would be
discontinued.
B students, or higher will
be allowed to complete regis registration
tration registration for the upcoming tri trimester
mester trimester before the end of the
trimestetr in which they are
currently enrolled.

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THE NOT SO SILENT KNIGHTS

Imbued with the Christmas spirit
and mundane motives to publicize
their magazine, the Orange Peel staff
serenaded dorm areas last night with
a medley of Christmas carols.
We were irked with the poor cov coverage
erage coverage the Alligator gave us, said

Hume Hall Loan Fund
Patterned After Tolbert

A short term loan fund, pattern patterned
ed patterned after a successful fund at Tol Tolbert
bert Tolbert Hall, is being set up by
Hume Hall council.
WUS Program
Is Now Forming
WUS the World University Ser Service
vice Service program, is now in the for formative
mative formative stages and is slated to be
as big a program as Religion in
Life.
WUS, an international Voluntary
organization, operates a program
of .material assistance and in international
ternational international education to aid the
world university community.
According to Bill Stanford,
chairman of the WUS committee
on campus, the regular drive will
be held sometime in the spring.
At present, a film explaining
the WUS projects in the Far
East has been shown to various
sororities, fraternities, religious
and in the Florida Un Union.
ion. Union. The film covers the phases
of work done by WUS and will
be shown Thursday in the Florida
Union, room 324, at 7:15 p.m. to
the general public.
The committee plans to bring
speakers to the Florida campus to
inform and educate the student
body about WUS before its big
Dollars For Foreign Scholars"
campaign in the spring, says
Stanford.
There are 41 countries partici participating
pating participating in the program and last
year the United States contributed
five million dollars worth of aid.
The committee for WUS will be
working through the University
Religious Association with the
URA serving in an advisory cap capacity.
acity. capacity.

Maurice Plumb, President of
the Hume council, said th plan
has been presented to Dean Hale
and the business office, and that
with their approval it should be
put into effect by early January.
He said some problems face
loan committee chairman Tom
Campbell. But workers with the
Tolbert Area fund have already
blazed a trail through the same
problems.
Plumb said some problems be being
ing being met are payment collection,
rule and bookkeep bookkeeping.
ing. bookkeeping. The money, to come from
the area council, will be kept in
a rotating fund. Plumb expects
to start with at least SSOO.
Plumb said the loans will be
for a term of two weeks. The
any profit will come for overdue
loans. Fines for overdue loans are
set at 25 cents the first day and
5 cents for each following day,
the total not to exceed 25 per
cent of the original loan.

Publications Board Sets
Laboratory Demonstration

A discussion and demonstration
of & type composition laboratory
for student publication us will
be sponsored by the Board of
Student Publications Monday.
The board has invited student
government administrators, mem members
bers members of the Legislative Council
and members of the University
administration to it# meeting at

Editors Don Addis and Jack Horan.
So we decided to communicate di directly
rectly directly with the students.
The groups carols centered
around topics such as radiation,
Gainesville merchants, and skizp skizpphrenic
phrenic skizpphrenic reindeer.

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Orange Peel-
Meeds a Shave
A furry" Orange Peel goes
on sale today.
Editor pro tem Jack Horan
said, The general format of the
UF humor magazine has been
tailored to make it furry'.**
He defined furry as being an
advanced stag of hairyness;
which in simple terms means of
more flashy and witty oontent.
Horan added, Th change In
format is solely one of arrange arrangement.
ment. arrangement. The features of ths mags*
zine will be the same.*'
The theme of the new Peel win
be Lets put the X Back in
X-mas.
Featured in the 40-page edition
will be a Christmas section of
jokes, cartoons and stories. Also
included is a 12-coed pin-up ca calendar
lendar calendar for the red-blooded Flor Florida
ida Florida man.
Unusual best describes the
two-part cover which is a Christ Christmas
mas Christmas card addressed to UF Pres.
J. Wayne Reitz.
Sales of the Orange Peel will
start Friday morning at nine dif different
ferent different campus locations. Price is
25 cents.

4 p.m. in zoom 206 of the Florida
Union.
A program explaining the pur
pose of the laboratory, the type of
work to be done, and a demon
stration is planned, according to
Board Chairman Hugh Cunning Cunningham.
ham. Cunningham.
The board will choose an edi editor
tor editor for the Orange Peel humor
magazine at its first meeting hi
early January.



Prof Invents Mechanical Lawyer

By STAN BROWN
Gator Staff Writer
Boisterous mechanical barri barristers
sters barristers developed by law profes professor
sor professor Kenneth L. Black are in invading
vading invading the solemn dignity of
attorneys ch ers.
Blacks met. ical document
writer is designed to relieve
the attorney of the tedious and
time-consuming job of research researching
ing researching and writing wills, mort mortgages
gages mortgages and other routine legal
documents.
Writing routine documents is
such a burden, the attorney
doesnt have time to adequate adequately
ly adequately research and prepare the
more important cases, said
Black. The machine is design designed
ed designed to relieve the lawyer of this
bufften.
like Player Piano
The mechanical lawyer works
like the old player piano.
All the information needed to
write a legal document i s re recorded
corded recorded on a roll of perforated
paper. The roll ig fed into a
machine attached to an elec electric
tric electric typewriter. The perfora perforations
tions perforations on the roll activate the
typewriter and the information
is transferred to a sheet of leg legal
al legal paper..
Black said the machine pro-

Group Stoop

Parties, Banquets
Signal Holidays

By APRIL STANLEY
Gator Staff Writer
Banquets and parties signal the
coming Christmas holidays.
ALPHA PHI OMEGA: Initiat Initiation
ion Initiation banquet Friday at 6 p.m. at
University Inn. The speaker will
be the president, Jack Block Blocksr.
sr. Blocksr. Pledges will be honored.
ARAB CLUB: Mr. James Batal
will speak on Obstacles in the
Way of Better American Relat Relations
ions Relations Friday night at 8 in Flor Florida
ida Florida Union, Room 324. The public
Is invited.
HELLENIC AMERICAN:
Banquet and dance at Univer University
sity University Inn Friday at 7 p.m. Mr.
Nicholas Stamathis, UF alumni,
will be the guest speaker.
STAMP CLUB: Meeting at 7:30
In Room 208, Florida Union. Fri Friday
day Friday night.
TRAFFIC AND SAFETY COM-
Bus Ad Begins
Tax Internship
Students in the College of Busi Business
ness Business Administration will receive
free professional advice in pre preparing
paring preparing their 1961 federal income
ax returns.
Beta Alpha Psi, honorary ac accounting
counting accounting fraternity, and the ac accounting
counting accounting department will intro introduce
duce introduce an income tax internship
program beginning in January.
The purpose of the program
Is to enable accounting students
to acquire practical experience in
interviewing taxpayers and pre preparing
paring preparing their income tax returns.
It will also enable students in the
college to obtain professional
service without paying a fee.
For the current year the ser service
vice service will be limited to students
enrolled in the College of Busi Business
ness Business Administration. 1
Details of the program will be
available early in January, ac according
cording according to E. G. Peterson, associ associate
ate associate professor of accounting, who
is supervising the project.

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It Writes Documents

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duces a document that is close
to being legally perfect. The
information on each roll is di divided
vided divided into paragraphs number numbered
ed numbered from 1-30. The paragraph
numbers on the roll correspond
to a keyboard of numbers on
the machine.
Punch Board
To get information from a
paragraph on the roll, the op operator
erator operator simply punches the cor corresponding
responding corresponding number on the key keyboard
board keyboard and the material is au automatically

MITTEE OF LEGISLATIVE
COUNCIL: Meeting in Florida Un Union
ion Union Room 114 from 4 to 5 p.m.
for faculty and students Saturday
night from 7 to 10 p.m. in Uni University
versity University Womens Club.
DESERET CLUB: Meeting
Monday night at 7:15 in Florida
Union Room L2O.
HELLENIC-AMERICAN: Meet Meeting
ing Meeting at 8:30 p.m. Monday in Flor Florida
ida Florida Union, Room 121.
PI MU PRE-MED SOCIETY:
Meeting in Medical Science Build Building,
ing, Building, Room 112, at 7:30 Monday
night.
REAL ESTATE CLUB: Meet Meeting
ing Meeting Modday at 7 p.m. in Florida
Union, Room 208.
SOCIETY FOR ADVANCE
MENT OF MANAGEMENT:
Meeting at 7 p.m. in Florida Un Union,
ion, Union, Room 212, Monday.
SPECIAL PROJECTS COM COMMITTEE:
MITTEE: COMMITTEE: Meeting in Florida Un Union.
ion. Union. Room 114 Monday at 7 p.
m.
URA: Meeting Monday at 3:30
p.m. in Florida Union, Room 218.
UNION BOARD: Meeting at 4
p.m. in Florida Union, Room 215
Monday.
WSA: Meeting in Room 210,
Florida Union at 7 Monday night.
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tomatically automatically typed on legal pa paper.
per. paper.
The machine never makes a
typographical error >and can
type three times faster than a
human, said Black. Once the
lawyer becomes familiar with
the content of the roll, the ma machine
chine machine will reduce his workload
by 75 per cent, he said.
Each paragraph on the roll is
thoroughly researched at the
law library. Every known case
pertaining to that paragraph
is annotated and cited. Each

Mystery Bush
Stops Students
An old professor stopped to
investigate a little rustle in a
bush in front of Building IP
He walked to one side of it;
then to the other.
The little bush quietly shook
again. The old professor finally
left.
Two coeds walked by ami
the bush shook again. Both
jumped and looked behind them
as they hurried a little faster
to fifth period.
The bush shook Violently as
a boy passed by. With one eye
on the bush, he continued on to towards
wards towards the library.
Soon the mysterious shaking
bush sparked about 200 students
in front of the library to a
study of spontaneous reactions.
Students watched the bush and
people passing it for several
hours.
Architecture students had
provided the fun by tying a
string around the bush and
pulling it through the window,
making the bush shake at every
passerby.
24-Hour Care, Available
Resident doctors" the J. Hil Hillis
lis Hillis Miller Health Center will be
on duty all night at the Infir Infirmary.
mary. Infirmary.
The change was made to facili facilitate
tate facilitate the care of students becom becoming
ing becoming ill >after regular doctors
hours.

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roll sent to an attorney has a
complete list of case annota annotations
tions annotations and citations as well as
a typewritten work sheet con containing
taining containing all the information on
the roll.
This machine was not de designed
signed designed to replace the lawyer,
it just relieves him of the bur
den of writing routine legal
documents. said Black.
Must Know Law
Unless the lawyer knows his
substantive law and knows how
to arrange the paragraphs to
fit his needs, the machine is of
no use to him, added Black.
Black and engineers from the
American Automatic Typewri Typewriter
ter Typewriter Company developed the ma machine.
chine. machine. The unit sells for $1,500
without the typewriter. Black
said any electric typewriter can
be used with the machine. To
date, there are 14 machines in
attorneys offices.
So far, the machine is only
used for legal work, but Black
said the machine can be adapt adapted
ed adapted to any business using type typewritten
written typewritten forms. Black said he
plans to take a leave of ab absence
sence absence to have time to expand
the uses of his machine.

Santa Claus Will
Skydive at Party

A skydiving Santa Claus and
his parachuting helpers will per perform
form perform at Stengel Field this Satur Saturday
day Saturday as Phi Kappa Tau fraternity
begins its third annual childrens
Christmas party.
Santa, Tom Mathis, will arrive
by parachute at 2 p. m. and give
candy to the children.
Members of the Gainesv ill e
Skydivers Club will perform be before
fore before an estimated crowd of
8,000, according to fraternity
party chairman Tom Moore.
Following the Stengel Field
program, the 100 underprivilege underprivilegeed
ed underprivilegeed children will be taken to the
fraternity house, where Santa will
give them presents and refresh refreshments.
ments. refreshments.

'to st and Found Man Says
Women Are More Forgetful
A man who should know from experience says that
women tend to be more forgetful than men.
Terry Miller, 2UC from Venice, supervises the
lost and found booth in the Hub from three to five
on weekday afternoons, which is dedicated to the
proposition that finders are not keepers.
During six months of service he has learned to
cope with unusual situations. He cited the time that
a pretty coed came to inquire about the disappear disappearance
ance disappearance of the bottom half of her two piece bathing suit.
He reports that more women than men lose things.
There are 45 womens umbrellas in the lost and
found booth and only one mans umbrella. He also
presides over a collection of jackets and coats, rings, I
watches, glasses and books.

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Seven sororities will help the
fraternity entertain the children.
They will also furnish girls to
decorate the Phi Kappa Ta u
house and wrap the childrens
gifts Friday night, said Moore.
Sorority and fraternity mem-
Jbers will pick up the children
Saturday and take them home
after the party.
! Assisting the fraternity are:
Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Epsilon
Phi, Alpha Omicron Pi, Delta Del Delta
ta Delta Delta, Delta Gamma, Kappa
Alpha Theta and Sigma Kappa.

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annual Florida Union Christmas Kiddy Party. Coed
pixies aided Santa as he gave out presents to chil children.
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Flu Vaccine
Now Available
(Continued From Pag^ONE)
the vaccine began increasing theii
output early this fall tcujnpet the
new demand and thejTare just
now beginning to catch up.
Wright said that students not
receiving inoculations can count
only on their natural jaisistances
to combat the effects
of flu.
He said there was nonspecific
cure known for influenfST It sim simply
ply simply knocks people flat and
there they stay for three days to
a week. |
The doctor said that advance
symptoms of an individual con-
tracting the disease were fever,
severe headache, sore muscles
and aching behind the eyes. La Later
ter Later effects include upset stomach,
diarrhea and severe headaches.
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LESLIE CARON
"Gold of Hit
Seven Saints"
CLINT WALKER
SATURDAY 12/16
"VIOLENT
SATURDAY'
VICTOR MATURE
"DESIRE IN THE
DUST"
PERRY MASON
'THE HOUSE OF
USHER"
VINCENT PRICE
SUN-MON., 12/17-1*
"THE APARTMENT"
JACK LEMMON
"ELMER GANTRY"
BURT LANCASTER
TU IS.-WED., 12/19-20
"WARLOCK"
RICHARD WIDMARK
"THE CAPTAIN'S
TABLE"
J JOHN GREGSOM
THURS.-FRI.. 12/21-22
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KIM NOVAK
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THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR

4

ONE OF THE bigger controversies
facing Gov. Farris Bryant is his pro proposal
posal proposal to finance new construction at
state universities with borrowed
money, using fees collected from col college
lege college students over the next 20 years
to pay off the revenue bonds.
Perhaps the proposal, whether ac accepted
cepted accepted or not, has been effective in at
least dramatizing to the public the
serious financial plight of the states
universities.
The last Legislature appropriated
money for the new construction, in including
cluding including four badly needed classroom
and science buildings for the UF, but
failed to levy the increased taxes
necessary to support the construc construction.
tion. construction. The proposal to borrow the
necessary money has therefore been
put forth as an emergency measure.
The current proposal is to take the
building fees paid by each university
student (about S2O a semester) and
use it as a basis for borrowing the
construction money. In other words,
the students would be paying rent on
their new classrooms;'the rent pay paying
ing paying off the bonds until they are re retired.
tired. retired.
* *
THE PLAN is not without preced precedent.
ent. precedent. The Board of Control has for
years issued revenue certificates to
build dormitories, laundries, infirm infirmaries
aries infirmaries and student centers at state uni universities.
versities. universities. These loans are being paid
back, not from Legislative appropria appropriations,
tions, appropriations, but from dormitory rentals,
student fees and miscellaneous in income.
come. income. Never before, however, have
student fees been used to pay for the
construction of instructional build buildings.
ings. buildings.
No one has seriously questioned
the need for the construction of new
buildings at existing universities or
for beginning work on the new state
university at Boca Raton. The con controversy
troversy controversy centers on the method of fi financing,
nancing, financing, not the need.

TWENTY-FIVE percent more work
for only 11 percent more money isnt
a bad deal if youre the tax payer
footing the bill.
But if youre a University of Flor Florida
ida Florida professor on the receiving end of
the arrangement, the situation looks
different.
And if youre a student you may
eventually get short changed.
The proposed 11 percent raise is a
faTce.
The so-called raise will compen compensate
sate compensate for the same work periodtwo
semesters and a summer sessionthat
professors now receive a 20 percent
increase for teaching.
In effect, under the new system,
the required two and one half tri trimester
mester trimester teaching period (10 months)
ivill result in a 9 percent pay cut.
All indications now point to the
state forcing such an arrangement on
professors in its four colleges. The
setup was approved by the Board of
Control meeting Saturday in Fort
Lauderdale. Now it goes to the State
Board of Education for final ap approval.
proval. approval.
# *
THE BOARD ruled that professors
and researchers at the UF and other
state supported schools should get an
li-percent pay hike when they go
onto the trimester system Sept. 1. Un Under
der Under the new system they must work
10 iponths a year instead of nine as
they now do.
The 11 percent raise only compen compensates
sates compensates for the extra month of work.
Under the trimester system, 10
months adds up to two and a half
trimesters. And the same amount of
work will be offered in each trimes trimester
ter trimester as is now offered in a semester.
This means that a professor working

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Bonds for Unions

Faculty Needs Unity

Editorials

However, the very basis of the
bond issues necessity was abandoned
when Gov. Bryant recently announced
he had altered the proposal to give
top priority to the construction of
new sutdent unions not classroom
buildings. Why was the priority of
the instructional facilities dropped
in favor of the student unions ? Gov.
Bryant will have to answer that ques question,
tion, question, but it appears that he has knock knocked
ed knocked the props out from under his best
argument in favor of the bond issue issuethe
the issuethe serious need for additional class classroom
room classroom and laboratory facilities.
* *
THE NEW PROPOSAL is also
puzzling in light of the fact that plans
for the UFs new sutdent center are
far from complete, while the archi architects
tects architects have already put the finishing
touches to plans for the UFs four
new instructional buildings. The Col College
lege College of Architecture and Fine Arts
has been threatened with loss of its
accreditation if it does not get its
new building soon.
Also, we find that financing ar arrangements
rangements arrangements for the UFs student un union
ion union have already been adequately
provided for without resort to a bond
issue. There is reason to doubt whe whether
ther whether the bond issue will speed con construction
struction construction of the student union, which
is scheduled to be started in March,
1963 under the present traditional fi financing
nancing financing arrangements.
We believe the UF is very much in
need of a new Florida Union. But a
bond issue is certainly not necessary
to build it.
Placing the student unions in top
priority on the bond issue has some somehow
how somehow misrepresented the needs of
higher education. Borrowing may
very well be the only answer to Flor Floridas
idas Floridas immediate university needs, but
the bond issue should be limited to its
original goal of providing classroom
buildings.

10 months must cover 25 percent
more material under the new system.
But he does it for only 11 percent
more money.
Tuesday night the local unit of the
American Association of University
Professors met and voiced timid criti criticism
cism criticism to the proposed scheme. The one
concrete result of the two and a half
hour meeting was a mildly worded
resolution. It resolved that professors
should be given a choice of whether
to continue working nine months a
year or to go on to the 10 month
scale.
When and if the AAUP executive
committee approves the single mildly
worded resolution, it is unlikely to
have much affect on the overall situ situation.
ation. situation.
* *
TO ACCOMPLISH the goals ob obviously
viously obviously recognized by most UF fac faculty
ulty faculty members will take a much
stronger, concentrated effort. The
goals seem obvious in view of the
handful of nays voiced against last
nights resolution.
If a concentration of voices arent
raised, the University of Florida will
be forced to live with the trimester
system and an 11 percent raise.
Professors will be forced to ac accept
cept accept 11 percent more money while
their counterparts at Jacksonville
University got 50 percent more
money when they went to the trimes trimester
ter trimester system. The University of Michi Michigan
gan Michigan professors received a 45 percent
raise and faculty members at the
University of Pittsburgh got 33 per percent.
cent. percent.
The professors must take their
stand and hold fast to it. If they
dont, the UF may begiu moving on a
downward path that might take years
to reverse.

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Friday. December 15. 1961

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What About That Class room "Emergency?"
MANAGING EDITOR'S NOTE
Deer Santa: UF Hopes You
Do Better Than Last Year

By BILL CURRY
When the University hangs its
stockings this Christmas, it will
be hanging them with the states
educational future at stake.
I dont know what Presidents
Reitz and Bullock are asking
for, but I would like to add a
few requests to Santas lists.
DEAR SANTA:
In case you havent been
keeping up on
priations PP for
our new unx- LUIvK I
versity build buildings
ings buildings and for faculty pay raises?
Well, you came through with
both.
We thank you for that. But
somehow things got fouled up.
The Legislature appropriated
the money for the new buildings
but failed to provide a means
of getting the money.
The faculty did get pay raises
but their stockings were filled
with gifts they didn't ask for.
They are still trying to find
out what to do with their new
toys that your new helper Far Farris
ris Farris Bryant has given them.
TAKE the trim ester for in instance.
stance. instance.
It does not fit very well. (In
fact, some students have said
that the next time you bring
us one that it be sanforized. It
looks as though it will put a
pinch on the students brains
and on the professors research.)
RETURNING to our request
for buildings. I must say that
your helper didnt quite follow
directions. He forgot to leave
the blank check. Now he re reportedly
portedly reportedly is trying to make up
by readying an expensive gift.
I have heard that he is buy buying
ing buying this years gift on the time
plan. Please tell him about
the sls million carrying charges.
I hope I do not sound bitter,
because I really am not. In
the past year I have been lucky
and so has the University in
many ways. I just hope that
this Christmas you will mend
the holes that last years gifts
placed in our stockings.
ABOUT the only thing that
would really help would be a
greater understanding of the
issues and an interest in the
issues. They are very confusing
but that is no reason for us to
turn our backs.
Please tell our student govern government

GET REAM.. GET Stfl"~

ment government leaders that they can help
.... that they SHOULD help.
Also encourage Dr. Reitz to
fight for the University so that
it wont be lost in the shuffle
of new universities, trimesters,
institutes of continuing studies,
and whatever else might be
dreamed up. We were proud of
him in his fight for the quar quarter
ter quarter system this year. Let him
know that we want Mm to stick
up for the betterment of Flori Florida.
da. Florida.
Well, I better not keep you
from preparing your sleigh any
longer.
Our stockings will be hung.
Please fill them with what
will be best for the University
and for Florida.
Thank you.
* *
IN COVERING the story
about the need for blood donors
at the J. Hillis Miller Health
Center, reporter Brance Buck
had a chance to aid a dying
girl. He heard hospital person personnel
nel personnel say they had an emergency
need for his type blood. He of offered
fered offered his help.
He hopes others will see
things the same way.
* *
It will be odd in Board-of-
Publicationsville if there are
objections to some of the new
Orange Peels content. A board
member is on the staff and had
some rather witty contributions.
All in all its a pretty good and
lively Peel.
* *
SOME SAY Student Party has
been billed as a mere tricked'
Expect an announcement of the
top two Student contenders by
the second week of January.
Meanwhile, back at United,
things arent so smooth in the
corral with several fraternities
riding political broncos.
At this point, it looks as
though Student is most solid
With a potential winner. But
then so did United with Charlie
Wells.
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YOU WERE THERE

It's Easy to Guess Your Christmas Gift

By PAT CALLAN
Tis the season to be jolly! It
happens every Christmas.
The radio stations are really
jolly because Gainesville mer merchants
chants merchants have been buying up all
the air time. Now there is no
time for any good music except
White Christmas and Jingle
Bell s (cha-cha-cha). W e give
you (the listeners) the latest in
music, news and advertise advertisements/'
ments/' advertisements/' is the stations theme.
Merchants are even more
jolly. Y o u,
their custom customers.
ers. customers. are pur purchasing
chasing purchasing all
those imprac- K
tical but high- sfcjj
ly profitable
items that ffl
sell only dur- I /
ing Yule time. HQ,
But why do
people buy
these items? . ..
How can norm- CALLAN
al people turn into such Christ Christmas
mas Christmas psychotics when it comes
to shopping?
Have you ever taken time
to walch one of these individuals
on a shopping spree? Lets
trace the steps of an individual
who has started his shopping
early.
For granny one buys dusting
powder. All the members of the
family buy her dusting powder.
UNDERCURRENT

Criticism Is Show of Good Readership

By JOHN GRANT
One of the most important
things which happens to a per person
son person when he goes through the
four grueling years of college
is that he is confronted with
facts and opinions on all sides
of him daily.
True, most
ored views, but
neverthel e s s,
would be hard reawt
to get through GRANT
college without thinking a little
bit about our political and so social
cial social philosophies. It is for these
reasons that uncomplimentary
names and shafts of inuendo
dart the editorial pages of the
Alligator. I have come under
fire as have the other column columnists
ists columnists for this sheet.
Bravo! What better show of
readership? For those of you
who wish to lance away in the
future, I have decided to give
you a unique opportunity by
advancing some of my strong stronger
er stronger beliefs for your review. If
you find them revolting be my
guest for I assure you that a
converse feeling is sometimes
felt at some of the tripe oth others
ers others put in print.
* *
FIRST, let me say that all
of my beliefs center about the
value of man. Not specifically
Floridian, or Southern, or Am American,
erican, American, but man. I feel just as
much sympathy for a Red Chi Chinese
nese Chinese starving as I would for
a starveling in Florida. Human Humanism
ism Humanism is the term for this be belief,
lief, belief, though it is most often
confused with treason, un-Am un-Americanism.
ericanism. un-Americanism. bleeding heart liber liberalism
alism liberalism and & dozen other mis misconstruances.
construances. misconstruances.
Once the reader understands
this much of the philosophy it
is easy to understand the sec second
ond second part of my beliefs, that ev every
ery every man is valuable, be he an
itinerant picker or a stock bro broker
ker broker on Wall Street. The only
catch here is that very few
stock brokers ever need the
GUEST COLUMN

No One Can Really Judge
Under Force of Emotion

By FRED PAUU
and JIM FORTUNA JR.
Recently, while wandering ov over
er over our shade bedecked cam*
pua, our eye s scanned what at
first seemed to be a white
algae clinging to shrubs, signs,
trees and even our ivy cover covered
ed covered halls of learning.
Upon eloner observation this
algae proved to be nothing
more than handbills of the Jos Joseph
eph Joseph Goebbels school of propa propaganda
ganda propaganda (though not as skill skillfull.
full. skillfull. Gad, thought, another
liberal dart?
*
THE BILLS cleverly asked
the question: What are Flor Florida
ida Florida profs good for. .if they
will not aid a victimized
assoc.?
Between these catchy head headings
ings headings appeared an etching of a
statue being despoiled by a
wee bird. Clever, huh? Below
this offspring of artistic skill
sprawled a comic strip (they
know who to appeal to, don't
they). The strip was a piager piagerism
ism piagerism of that woodsy philosopher
Pogo (wer still awaiting the
lawsuit).
The comic atrip, as was
the whole poison pen mess,
aimed at the recent firing of
Professor Hardemann. former formerly
ly formerly of Tampa University, due
to alledged John Birch pres pressure
sure pressure on President Dulo of
Tampa University.
Hardemanns crime, according
to the newspapers, was in

Poor granny, she feels like shes
nothing but a dust collector.
And then theres grandfather.
You might think the family
was suggesting something to
him with all the neckties they
give him. Hes not even sur surprised
prised surprised before he opens the
package. All wrapped necktie
boxes look the same.
*
HOW ABOUT MOTHER
(God bles s her)? Shes some something
thing something special. It takes a little
more thinking to come up with
something real impractical for
her. Nothing is ever too
good for mom, you say.
Either she receives some cos costume
tume costume jewelry that only Kitty
in Gunsmoke would wear, or
else you buy her a dinner bell
and candle snuffer to use when
dad hires a maid for her.
What about dads gift? Hes
the scapegoat of Christmas. He
works hard to send you through
college, in turn you want to get
him something to make him
comfortable. Something to show
your appreciation . like a
carton of cigarettes or a bottle
of after shave lotion.
You could get dad a necktie.
But then what could you get his
father. Better leave well
enough alone, or check with
Ann Landers. She has all the
answers to problems with such
importance.

help or good will of their leas leasers
ers leasers whereas quite a few pickers
seem to, especially in view of
the fact that the brokers and
pickers of the world seem eter eternally
nally eternally at each others throats 10
the unhappy consequence of the
picker.
Another part of the general
overlay of thinking that qual qualifies
ifies qualifies me for criticism in some
peoples eyes is the belief that
not all is perfect, and that
there is an air of danger about,
and that one of the main prob problems
lems problems is ignorance. Naturally
this demands education. I am
all for it. And in this respect,
I do not presume to be giving
an education to the reader, but
a view which he may challenge
for some reason or other and
thus think about. The end pro product
duct product could be educational for
he and me.
* *
THE LAST PART of the pic picture
ture picture centers about the belief
that no man i s perfectly tailor tailored
ed tailored for one or another philoso philosophy.
phy. philosophy. We overlap aomew here
along the line whether or not
we like to admit it. We also
change with timeor should.
Still, this doesnt make us
wrongor rightat any given
time, thus the continuum of
argument Politics, religion,
philosophy, these are the things
which try mens souls. Yet, to
stand in the stillwaters of sil silence
ence silence and say nothing when
you believe something is a
crime in the absence of action.
Citizenship is vital, personal
philosophies are vital and the
truth is vital, whatever it might
be.
For this reason I have come
to look upon opposition view*
as loyal opposition so to
speak. When I gnaw at the bit
is when it is all too obvious
that objective opinion has been
shed purposely for selfish rea reasons.
sons. reasons.
I have a friend who insist*
that ignorance is a crime. I
disagree with himelse we are
all criminal. Rather, selfishness
is a crime, and while I ma y
despise someone for showing
selfish tendencies, lets say in
wages, or in treatment of mi minority
nority minority groups, I can never hate
them for their ignorance for I.
pretend to be no judge of this
no demigod.

speaking out for those good
American pastimesthe UN,
UNICEF, integration, ad in infinitum.
finitum. infinitum.
The truthful news media gave
us this inside dope end the
victimized students gave us
their voice of dissent and cries
of We wuz foult.
*
WE GATHER that the
Students for Hardemann, au authors
thors authors of the handbill, despise
the John Birch Society, for its
hideous propaganda and pres pressure
sure pressure tactics. However, to the
casual observer these Harde Hardemann
mann Hardemann handbills (no doubt run
off by the thousands and lack lacking
ing lacking the Florida poster hang hanging
ing hanging approval) tend to make one
feel that he is being engulfed
in a snowstorm of white pa paper
per paper propaganda.
These handbills bring to mind
the question of which is
worse: extreme right or left
wing propaganda?
The answer i* best left up to
the individual and not to pub public
lic public opinion -forming Madison
Avenuers. If individuality is
a crime then perhaps our na nation
tion nation deserves to walk the way
of socialism, massism and lib liberalism.
eralism. liberalism.
Whether the Birch society is
right or wrong is now more
difficult to determine since it
ha been deluged in s wave
of ridicule, emotion, hatred,
unfounded prejudice. But alas,
the advice study, then judge"
will no doubt fall on deaf ears.

How about that little brother
or sister of yours. Usually you
select something for them you
wouldnt get for anyone else.
A doll for your sister that
with walk, talk, and wet.
And for sonny, how about a
miniature rocket that will go up
two hundred feet and is large
enough to house the neighbors
cat.
* *
YOU HAVE NOW reached the
big moment. What to get your
sweetie. Visions of sugar
plums and parked cars dance
before your eyes. <
For him, why not give a
sweater? Select one in baby pink
or canary yellow. Something
like that will always bring a
surprised look.
For her, well, your first im impulse
pulse impulse is usually suppresser. Her
parents probably wouldnt ap approve
prove approve of it anyway. It doesn't
look proper to have fancy, silk
undies under the tree.
So perfume is the number one
choice. Good things come in
small packages, the saleslady
tells you. You fall for that
standard Christmas line and
buy the gift.
As your girl opens the tiny
package that morning, her
eyes begin to sparkle, and sha
gives you a tender look. Your
reply in this stirring moment is.
I thought you needed it.

THE ATHENIANS greeted
Pompey on his return with So
far you may be deemed a God
as you confess yourself a
man. (Plutarch). Let thia be
a motto for me, then. I admit
to being a man, acknowledging
all the errors and inconsisten inconsistencies
cies inconsistencies that go along with it and
happy with it. My poet is the
poet of man and if I must an answer
swer answer to the name of radical,
bleeding heart, or whatever. I
would answer with the words
of a man greater than many
of us. No man is an island en entire
tire entire of itself; every man is a
piece of the continent, a part
of the main. If a clod be wash washed
ed washed away by the sea, Europe is
the less, as well as if a promo*
notory were, a s well a* if a
manor of thy friends or of
thine own were. Any mans
death diminishes me, because
I am involved in mankind, and
therefore never send to know
for whom the bell tolls; it tolls
for thee. (John Donne)
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COLLEGE
STUDENT
needs this
book
to increase
his ability to
learn
An understanding of the truth
contained in Science and
Health with Key to the Scrip Scriptures
tures Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy can
remove the pressure which con concerns
cerns concerns todays college student
upon whom increasing de demands
mands demands are being made for
academic excellence.
Christian Science calms fear
and gives to the student the full
assurance he needs in order to
learn easily and to evaluate
what he has learned. It leaches
that (k>d is mans Mindhis
only Mindfrom which ema emanates
nates emanates all the intelligence he
needs, when and as he needs it.
Science and Health, the text textbook
book textbook of Christian Science* may
be read or examined, together
with the Bible, in an atmos atmosphere
phere atmosphere of quiet and peace,at any
Christian Science Reading
Room. Information about Sci Science
ence Science and Health may also be ob obtained
tained obtained on campus through the
Christian Science
Organization at
University of Florida
F.O. Box 349! Univ. Sta.
Meeting Time
6:45r p.m. Sunday
Meeting Place
Fla. Union Sociol Popfh
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Teaching Hospital Looks to Students for Life Line of Blood Donors

By BRANCE BUCK
A little girl lies dying in the
J. Hillis Miller Health Center Centerhe
he Centerhe has leukemia.
She is kept alive by transfus transfusions
ions transfusions of blood given by donors.
The blood has to be fresh be because
cause because the platlets in the blood
will not survive refrigeration.
The health Center needs donors
every day of the week to keep
patients like this little girl alive.
We need 400 pints of blood

SX Has Heart;
Donates Blood
&
For Operation
Blood donated by members of
a UF fraternity was used to fill
a heart lung machine that al allowed
lowed allowed a childs heart to be stop stopped
ped stopped during a delicate operation
performed at the Medical Teach Teaching
ing Teaching Center Hospital Tuesday.
Members Qf Sigma Chi fratern fraternity
ity fraternity donated 12 pints of blood
to allow the youngster to under undergo
go undergo open heart surgery.
Blood Bank Director John B.
Henry said the Sigma Chi group
was the first Greek organization
to totally support such an opera operation
tion operation through blood donations.
However, he added that a
number of other fraternities have
made volunteer donations in the
past.
Dr. Henry said Sigma Chi rep representatives
resentatives representatives approached him seek seeking
ing seeking a fraternity service project
and arrangements were made to
have all the blood needed for the
heart operation contributed by
a minimum of 12 pints of blood,
members.
A relatively new and highly
complex surgical procedure, open
heart surgery is performed about
twice a week at the Teaching Hos- (
pita-1. Each operation requires a
minimum of 12 pints of blood.
New Board
Starts Paper
The newly formed Board of In International
ternational International Activities is publishing
a monthly newsletter for mem member*
ber* member* of the various internation international
al international clubs on campus.
The International Gazette, a six
page offset news sheet, will co coordinate
ordinate coordinate the happenings of the
various international clubs, the
board and general University in information
formation information concerning foreign stu.
dents.
Editor Sabodh Garg is a grad graduate
uate graduate student from Panjab Uni University
versity University in India. Garg formerly
edited Jyoti (Light), a literary
magazine at Ranbir College in
Sangur, India.

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a month just to carry mini minimum
mum minimum supply, said Chief Tech Technologist
nologist Technologist flora Goff.
She said the Health Center
needs at least 4,800 pints of blood
a year to carry on its functions,
but 10 per cent over this amount
Would be more adequate.
Doc. John B. Henry, director
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Referral Patients
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THEIR GIFT WAS LIFE

Two Sigma Chi fraternity members
look on as member Stewart Parsons,
4BA, Tallahassee, makes a blood do donation
nation donation for a child requiring open openheart
heart openheart surgery at the University Hos Hospital.
pital. Hospital. Watching while Mrs. Flora

Center News

Dances Galore in Store

By RONNIE SUE GOODMAN
Gator Religion Writer
This weekend dances and plays
will take place at the Centers in
connection with Christmas. This
is the last chance that the stu students
dents students will have to participate in
the Centers activities before the
vacation.
CATHOLIC STUDENT CEN CENTER:
TER: CENTER: Tonight the Center will
have its semi-formal Christmas
dance and party, entitled Mis Mistletoe
tletoe Mistletoe Magic. It will be held at
the Center, and will begin at
9 p.m. There will be live enter entertainment.
tainment. entertainment.
Saturday evening at 7:45 there

referral patients: patients with
unusual or complex cases, pati patients
ents patients who are sent here because
local facilities cannot handle
them, and indigent cases who are
sponsored by various welfare
agencies.
Fresh blood from a donor can
be kept only 21 days. Then it can
only be used for extracting blood
plasma. This is the reason the
center needs a continuous chain of
blood donors, said Henry.
Mrs. Goff added, Our donors

Goff, chief blood bank technician,
checks Parsons blood pressure are
left, Bill Rochat, lUC, Ft. Lauder*
dale; and right, Ralph Williams, 3EG
Miami. Sigma Chi members gave 12
pints of blood for the surgery.

twill be Christmas caroling and
fa party. The students will meet
at the Center.
Sunday evening a faculty recep reception
tion reception will be held at 8 in the
lounge at the Center.
EPISCOPAL UNIVERSITY
CENTER: The usual Sunday
schedule will be followed this
Sunday through noon. At 6 in the
evening there will be a Christina*
party, with a drama presentation
in the chapel at 8 p.m.
There will be Holy Communion
celebration Tuesday morning at
6:50, but no celebration Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday.

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no donoi £>, jiuu iicb.e uj -
We need 12 donors a day.
And we must be able to depend
on them, she said.
At present the center averages
eight donors, a day.
Some days we have no donors
at all, said Mrs. Goff, At pre present,
sent, present, we average 250 pints a
month.
Os this 250 pints about 140
pints come from the state prison
at Raiford.

PRESBYTERIAN UNIVERSITY
CENTER: Friday evening at 6,
a Christmas party will be given
for the children at Simland. Af Afterwards
terwards Afterwards there will be an in informal
formal informal gathering at the home of
WiH Neville.
Saturday at 8 p.m. members
of the Center will join the mem members
bers members of the Wesley Foundation for
caroling. A party will be held af after
ter after the caroling.
The regular 5 p.m. dinner
wont be served Sunday because
of the presentation of The Mes Messiah.
siah. Messiah. However, a special Christ Christmas
mas Christmas program will begin at 8:80
p.m.

Student Juries Find
Two Guilty of Cheating

UF student juries in the past
two week s have delivered two
guilty and one not-guilty verdicts,
Honor Court Chancellor Bill
Trickel said Wednesday.
A male student was tried Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, Dec. 3 for cheating on a
C-12 final. In presenting its case,
the prosecution attempted to re recreate
create recreate the seating arrangement
of the test in the court room.
Strong objections from the de defense
fense defense resulted in the entire court
moving lock, stock and barrel to
Peabody Hall where the test had
taken place.
Up-Hill fight
"After the trial got under
way, said prosecutor Clay Par Parker,
ker, Parker, ''it was an up-hill battle all
the way.
The student, found guilty, was
tried in absentia.
"Had the student been here, he
probably would have pleaded
guilty, said Trickel, "because
he admitted his guilt to the stu student
dent student who turned him in.
Last Sunday a student jury
heard charges against two stu students
dents students for cheating in IG 372
(Time and Motion Study Indus Industrial
trial Industrial Engineering).
Exam Changed
The prosecution based its case
on last minute changes in the
final. A student reported to his
professor that two students had
obtained copies of the final be before
fore before it was given. The professor
made minor changes in the com components
ponents components of the problems so the
answers would come out slight slightly
ly slightly different.
When the final was graded the
defendents made almost a per perfect
fect perfect score for the original answer
key, but failed it on the changed
key.
In their defense, said Trick Trickel,
el, Trickel, "the defendents talked them themselves
selves themselves into a circle by claiming
the test answers had been com common
mon common knowledge over a period of
years.
Not Guilty
Also last Sunday night, a sec second
ond second student jury found a defend defendant
ant defendant "not-guilty of cheating on a
C-12 test.
In summary trials, three stu students
dents students pleaded guilty and were so

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With 18,000-plus students on
campus, one person would only
have to give a pink of blood
once every three years to fur.
nish the center with an adequ adequate
ate adequate Mood supply.
Jean Curry, medical technolo technologist,
gist, technologist, said, It takes SO to 45
minutes for a person to give
blood.
After the donor gives blood, he
is* required to say at the center
for 15 minutes.

judged. Dockets number 79 and
80 were found guilty of cheating
on C-12 exams. Defendent num number
ber number 79 was given 4 penalty hours,
a failing grade in C-12 and
recommendation for removal of
record upon graduation.
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Henry described the three types
of donors as volunteer donor 9,
who give the blood; replacement
donors, who give blood to replace
that used by a relative or friend,
and professional donors, who are
on call and receive money for
their blood.
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wait between donations was re recommended.
commended. recommended. Because of this time
lag, the center needs a good ail ailed
ed ailed list of people willing to give
blood.
Donors must be 21 years old
or have written permission from
their parents.
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8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through
Saturday and Sunday from 1 p.m.
throughS p.m.

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Pledge Football Game Parties Help
Greeks Enjoy 'Christmas on Campus

By CAROL DULLER
Gator Society Editor
Seasonal festivities abound at
Greek addresses this weekend as
each group celebrates its own
4 Christmas on Campus.
The annual Nose Bowl foot football
ball football gaM£ between pledges from
Tau Epsilon Phi and Pi Lambda
Phi will be played Sunday at
Florida Field. The game will be
followed by victory parties by
both sides. Ed Robin will pro provide
vide provide the entertainment for the
Lavender .and White.
Trimmed Tree
Beta Theta Pi initiated its
Christmas celebration Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night. ADPis and Betas
gang carols at the homes of fa faculty
culty faculty and alumni and then trim trimmed
med trimmed the tree at the Beta house.

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Sunday the Betas will attend,
church with the KDs and that
afternoon will join the Tri-Delta
in a party for Sunland.
Later the Betas will host a par party
ty party on Fraternity Row.
Honor Mom
After holding a decorating par party
ty party last Sunday, the Pikes will
honor Mom Wildman at their
annual Christmas Dance Saturday
night.
Beginning at 6:15 Pikes $ and
dates will sing carols led by Dr.
Robert Carson, who will accom accompany
pany accompany with his viola. Dinner will
be served at 7 and at 9 Manzy
Harris from Tampa will begin
playing music for the closed par party
ty- party
Christmas Caroling
Monday night the Alpha Chis

Socially
i
Speaking
will stop by the Pike house for
coffee and do-nuts after their an annual
nual annual Christmas caroling.
The brotherhood of Delta Tau
Delta will exchange Christmas
gifts Friday night amid the in inevitable
evitable inevitable reminiscing.
Saturday afternoon the Delts
and dates will be served refresh refreshments
ments refreshments and be entertained by the
sounds of the Six Hits and a
Miss, followed by a steak dinner.
That night, with the musical aid
of the Mid-nighters, Delts and
dates will rehearse for New
years Eve and as they hully
gully, twist and generally swing
out.
The annual Phi Gamma Delta
Christmas Formal will be Satur Saturday
day Saturday night at the University Inn.
The Icemen will- play music to
set the holiday scene for the
dance.
Friday night the air will be fill filled
ed filled with Phi Gam songs as a
group departs from the Fiji Hut
for a hayride.
At a special Christmas dinner
Monday night steak will be serv served
ed served by candlelight for the Phi
Gams.
Delta Chi will hold its annual
Christmas Party for underprivi underprivileged
leged underprivileged children Saturday morning.
Decorating Ceremony
The same evening a Christmas
dinner for actives, pledges and

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their dates will be followed by a
tree decorating ceremony and
party.
Saturday is Pledge-Brother Day
at the Sigijna Phi Epsilon house.
SPEs are set to party with
yuletide merriment that evening.
Sig Eps wili go caroling for
alumni.
The Delta Sigs plan their
Christmas party for Tuesday
night. This Saturday the group
plans a combination dance and
hayride.
AEPis will also be partying
Saturday night to Texas Ray
and his band. Theme for the

Young Conservative Group
Starts University Chapter

. Acquainting the University with
the principles of conservatism, is
the goal of the recently organiz organized
ed organized Young Americans for Free Freedom
dom Freedom (YAF) chapter.
Robert Jones, student spokes spokesman
man spokesman for the campus chapter of
YAF, said an organizational meet meeting
ing meeting was held Dec. 6, and officers
will soon be elected.
The group plans to bring well
known politicians and educators
to the campus, and will also pub publish
lish publish a newsletter.
Early next semester, YAF and
the local Conservative Club will
sponsor the film, Red China Out Outlaw.
law. Outlaw. The movie, narrated by
Lowell Thomas, deals with Com-

Pledge Party is A Night in
Transylvania.
A Christmas party for SAE bro brothers
thers brothers and pledges will be given
by the Little Sisters of Minerva,
a national affiliate of SAE.
Twenty UF girls will bus for
lunch at .the SAE house and re refreshment
freshment refreshment will be served on the
patio.
Kappa Alpha Order will hold
its annual underprivileged
Christmas party Monday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon.
The party, which will honor
65 children, is a part of the KAs
community service program. Gifts
will be given from th e chapter.

munist Chinas aggressive ac actions,
tions, actions, said Jones.
A national YAF member, Jones
said that he found other nation national
al national members on campus who were
interested in forming a local chap chapter.
ter. chapter.
*We felt the need to present
a program by which students can
learn exactly what conservatism
is, said Jones.
The national organization was
founded Sept. 9, 1960 and is re restricted
stricted restricted to college students and
faculty.
YAFs National Advisory Board
members include: Gen. Mark W.
Clark; Sen. Barry M. Goldwat Goldwater,
er, Goldwater, R-Ariz.; Capt. Eddie Ricken Rickenbacker;
backer; Rickenbacker; Adm. Lewis L. Strauss
and Sen. John G. Tower, R-Tex.
A meeting for all interested stu students
dents students and faculty will be an announced
nounced announced after the Christmas holi holidays,
days, holidays, said Jones.
Dept. Head
Named to Post
Stanley S. Ballard, chairman of
the department of physics, has
been named Regional Counselor
for Florida by the American As Association
sociation Association by Physics Teachers
and the American Institute of
Physics.

School Children
Visit UF Heavens

The UF department of physical
sciences is carrying community
service to the high heavens.
The department has opened its
planetarium to groups of school
children in the Gainesville area.
L. >H. Roberts, director of the
planetarium and associate pro professor
fessor professor of physical science, said
the program tries to show that
star gazing is educational
and scientific as well as enter entertaining.
taining. entertaining.
Groups are given half h o ur
long tours of the planetarium.
The planetarium, located on the
third floor of Benton Hall, is a
relatively inexpensive setup. A
projector flashes the various star
arrangements and planets on the
underside of a dome. The ma machine
chine machine was valued at $1,500 ten
years ago when it was purchased
by the university. Roberts said

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In The Dark

Santa Claus Toots His Own
Horn Before Movie News

By FRED SCHNEIDER
Gator Amusements Editor
NORTH POLEWhy does San Santa
ta Santa have to laugh so much?
I ask this question after a suc successful
cessful successful performance as Santa
Claus at the Florida Union
Childrens Christmas Party.
All decked out in Santa garb
(and much distraught over the
fact that the suit needed no extra
padding) I happily sat toddlers

that it would probably cost about
2,500 if we had to replace it to today.
day. today.
The dome, which is ho me.
made, cost about SIOO to con construct.
struct. construct. But of cardboard and
stiips of plywood. The dome is
16 feet in diameter.
The planetarium is also used by
individual classes of UF students
in C-22 and occasionally by stu students
dents students in higher level astronomy
courses.
Greeks To Have
Old Time Feed
The Hellenic American Club
will have an old-fashioned Gre Grecian
cian Grecian Banquet and dance tonight
at the University Inn.
Guest speaker at the banquet
will be Nicholas Stamathis, UF
alumnus and practicing lawyer.
Stamathis is a member of Flor Florida
ida Florida Blue Key and the 1950-51 UF
Hall of Fame.
The banquet will begin at 7 p.
m. followed at 9 by the dance.
Jimmy Seaman and his band will
provide the music, which will in include
clude include selections from the score of
Never On Sunday.
Tickets are on sal in Room
308 of the Florida Union from
3:30 to 5 p.m. all this week. Tic Tickets
kets Tickets will also be available at the
door.

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on my knee and listened to their
answers to the rather hackneyed
question: Have you been a good
little boy (girl) this year?
There were some surprising an answers.
swers. answers. One young man told me
I hed been rotten and when I
asked if he intended to improve
he gave me a flat no.
Another young man disregarded
the question completely and ask ask;
; ask; ed what I had done with my
snowshoes. I tried to explain to
him that it wasnt snowingbut
he would have none of it. Final Finally,
ly, Finally, I told him that my reindeer
didnt like me in snowshoes or
bouffants.
Schneider Extravaganza. It
Russia stars Audrey
Hepburn, Mel Ferrer and Henry
Fonda Hook for May Britt).
The tale itself involves Napol Napoleans
eans Napoleans conquest of Europe and Iris
final try at Russia.
It will be shown in the Univer University
sity University Auditorium early evenings of
this weekend at 6:30 with another
showing 3 hours and 28 minutes
later.
The tale itself involves Napo Napoleans
leans Napoleans conquest of Europe and
his final try at Russia.
It will be shown In the Uni Uniersity
ersity Uniersity Auditorium early evenings
of this weekend with another
showing 3 hour s and 28 minutes
later.
Susy
Susan Slade is a loser.
Connie and Troy are back ooz oozing
ing oozing at each other again in a total totally
ly totally impossible plot that gets so
melodramatic that the theater
will probably be flooded with
tears from trite little coeds.
Susy has been seduced. It hap happens
pens happens that waymoving West. .
land she was on her way to Cali Califomia.

HC Justices ?
Have New Role
Honor Court justices have tak taken
en taken on a new rolethat of public
speaker according to Joe Flem Fleming,
ing, Fleming, chairman of the newly newlyformed
formed newlyformed Honor Court Speakers
Bureau.
The lessening of the justices'
judicial duties through constitu constitutional
tional constitutional revision, he said, has
freed them to spend time explain explaining
ing explaining the operation of the court and
honor system to groups on cam campus.
pus. campus.
The revisions release justices
from trial work and put them in
an administrative role.
Fleming said that the justices
have been speaking before so sorority
rority sorority pledge classes since early
November, and will reach fra fraternities
ternities fraternities and other groups in the
course of the spring semester.
Justice Bill Nelson calls the
groups reactions very favor favorable.
able. favorable.
Some people seemed to fear
the court. he said. They were
afraid theyd get their heads
chopped off.
We try to show them, he con continued,
tinued, continued, that this honor system is
a two-way street. They have a
responsibility to themselves not
to cheat and a responsibility to
others as well to report cheating.
So many people have the mis mistaken
taken mistaken idea that its not fair to
report another person. It is. of
course unjust not to report them,
he said.

fomia. Califomia. Wellshe gets kinda .
and Troy (rebellious soul that
he always plays) botches through
a scene where he valliarrtty
saves her, from suicide.
And Vamps
Come into the Laboratory
I vant to suck your blood.
Millarca has invaded Carmil Carmillas
las Carmillas body so Carmilla tries to
taste Georgias bloodshe gets
a little-bit nervii and says,. Uh
Uh, in a most resonant tone.
Vampires!
Thus we have Blood and Ro Roses
ses Roses at the State this week and
its in bloooooooody color.
Mel Ferrer stars. ...
Hark!
Hark! A night for the earn pus pusintellectuals.
intellectuals. pusintellectuals.
The Readers Theater (Which
means that everyone has little
books and reads all their lines
presents The Surface of Man."
One of the plays, by T. S. Eli Eliot,
ot, Eliot, is entitled Sweeney Agonis Agonistes.
tes. Agonistes.
The play involves two prosti prostitutes
tutes prostitutes (Doris and Dusty) who I be believe
lieve believe represent temptation for
lost souls. Among the group who
partake of their wares is Sween Sweeney,
ey, Sweeney, who is the only soul who has
a chance of being saved.
One of the principal symbol*
used in this oversized vignette if
an egg which connotates fertility.
The most horrible thing about
the production is that the most in incapable
capable incapable personage In the field
of actingone Fred Schneider
has a major part in the produc production.
tion. production.
Boo!
For those who have always se secretly
cretly secretly wished to Booo Mr. Sch Schneider
neider Schneider this is your big moment.
Mr. Schneider has promised to
autograpn all playbills after the
production.
The other production will be a
Yeats play called Calvary r
which will enwrap the reader- in
a series of irreligious affrontals
upon Christ by such noted in individuals
dividuals individuals as Lazarus, whom
Christ brought up from the dead.
In this little ditty Lax is kinda
mad about being disturbed.
The potpourri starts at 7:30
one night only next Monday.



Intra-Squad Meet
Set for Tankers
By MARYANNE AWTREY
Gator Spwts Writer
The potential of the Florida swimming team, aim aiming
ing aiming for its seventh straight Southeastern Conference
Championship, will be on display at ten Saturday
rooming in the annual Orange and Blue Meet at Flor-

i Coach Buddy Crone said, The
three toughest teams we meet
this year are outside the SEC
and our chances of winning the
championship again are good.
Intrateam Clash
Saturdays meet will pit the
Orange against the Blue, both
teams being made up of varsity
and freshman swimmers. This
meet will help us decide some
of the people we will carry on
oar first road trip, said Crone,
as well as help us pick a num number
ber number two backstroker.
It will give the boys a chance
for some experience in a meet
situation, which the varsity has hasnt
nt hasnt had recently, he continued.
Sixteen members of the var varsity
sity varsity team will return to cam campus
pus campus on Jan. 2 to work out for a
road trip to the University of
Alabama, Vanderbilt, and the
University of the South (Sewa (Sewanee),
nee), (Sewanee), Jan. 4-6.
The Gators have 14 dual meets
and five championship meets
scheduled this season. They will
be counting on seniors Bill Cullen
and Steve Mcride, co-captains,
as well as Bud Floyd, backstrok backstroker,
er, backstroker, and Dan MacLanahan, breast breaststroker,
stroker, breaststroker, to score well this sea season.
son. season.
Junior Standouts
Juniors include Eddie Reese,
last years most valuable swim swimmer;
mer; swimmer; Terry Green, holder of four
varsity records; freestyle sprint sprinters
ers sprinters Harry Wilder, Jim Proctor
and Alan Lauwaert; and Tom Ol Olsen,
sen, Olsen, freestyle distance.
Moving up from last years
strong freshman team are free freestylers
stylers freestylers Bill Grover, Buddy Hogan
and Alan Richter. Lansing Price
and Bill Olinger are expected to
do well in diving, and Jerry Liv Livingston
ingston Livingston is ranked high in the but butterfly.
terfly. butterfly.
Dick Farwell l expected to
torn in good times In the back backstroke
stroke backstroke events. Breaststroker Ed
Green and backstroker* Jim

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Ruppersburger and Charie Laub
round out the sophomores.
Crone cited FSU, the Univer University
sity University of North Carolina and North
Carolina State as the toughest
teams on the Gators schedule.
We expect a lot better showing
this year against FSU, he said.
Break FSU Jinx?
The Gators will meet FSU
twice, once here and once in Tall Tallahassee.
ahassee. Tallahassee. We havent beaten
them since 1987, said Crone,
butt this year we expect to do
a lot better.
Our freshmen beat their fresh freshmen
men freshmen last yea. and they should
help m raise our score.
We have been working out
wtth calisthenics and weight
training since Oct. 16, and in
the pool for about six weeks,
he said, and the boys have
developed lot of interest and
shown a lot of improvement.
There are 38 varsity swimmers
and 17 freshmen out for swimm swimming
ing swimming this year: The team is divid divided
ed divided into two workout groups for
practice each weekday afternoon
and Saturday mornings.
The hoys swim about 2000
yards a day, said Crone. Some
schools put more emphasis on the
time their teams work out each
day, but each of our boys gets
about an hour in the water at
each practice session.
Club Nows
The UF Barbell Club will hold
a power lift Contest Saturday, De December
cember December 16 at 1 p.m. in the re recreation
creation recreation room of the Florida Gym.
Admission is fre and specta spectators
tors spectators are invited.
The UF Gymnastic Club is ac active
tive active and open for membership.
With All American gymnast.,
Joe Regna, as coach, the club
practice Monday, Tuesday, Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, and Friday from 4 to 6 p.m.
Membership is open to anyone
interested in the sport and will willing
ing willing to work on it.

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. . will ring out loud and clear Sat Saturday
urday Saturday morning when the annual
Orange and Blue Inter Squad swim
meet gets under way. Both Buddy

I Dorm Champions to Ploy I
Grid Final on Saturday |
Playoff for the All Campus flag football crown goes
into its final stage Friday as champions of the four
dormitory leagues square off in the semi final round.

Hume champion, Cockrell meets
Graham Area champ Trussler 2
in half of the twin bill. Thomas H.
of the Murphree Area meets North
1 and 2.
The Winners will face each oth other
er other hi the playoff game Saturday
morning.

Fans Leave Florida Gym a Mess;
Cleaning Cost SI,OOO a Year
After the last buzzer has rung and the cheers die,
basketball fans depart the Florida Gym leaving it
looking like a tattered segment of a Harlem slum.
Bruce C. Coffin, foreman of maintenance at the gym
said, You cant blame the students for the rubbish
that is left behind, it is just the crowd at the games.
Coffin said the trash that is swept up after a basket basketball
ball basketball game fills two of the dumpsters that are outside the
grym.
He said, We start at six in the morning and it takes
three of my men four hours to clean up the rubbish,
mop up the coke stains and buff the floor.
Coffin said the situation wouldnt be so bad if the
rest of the building wasnt messed up, but coke cups,
cigarette butts and paper are scattered throughout the
building.
In addition to Coffins men, jOle Intercollegiate Ath Athletic
letic Athletic Department sends over eight men to clean up the
gym.
It takes 11 men four hours to clean the gym after
every game, a total of 44 man hours.
With the 2 te games this season, this will mean
that a total o hours are spent just to clean up the
gym after the s.
The minimu.il wage the university pays the men is
SI.OO, and some men get more. It will cost a thousand
dollars this year just to clean up the gym.
Coffin said no solution to the problem has been found.
He said that students could help by placing coke
cups and cigarette in the proper receptacles.
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Hume Cockrell meets the Crow
Indians Saturday morning in the
Hume volleyball finals,
Next week final pairings for
the volleyball action in the other
dorm leagues will be established.

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will have a lot to do with the success
of the Gator tankers Saturday and
throughout the year.

Gators Ink Two Linemen
The University of Florida has
added two top linemen to foot football
ball football scholarship. The duo 230-
pound tackle Larry Lamb of Fort
Myers and 205-pound guard
Charles Guassarian of Miami Edi Edison.
son. Edison.
Lamb was a standout for the
tough Green Wave Line and is
currently a center on their bas basketball
ketball basketball team. Guassarian was
named to the All-City defensive
unit as a middle guard. The Red
Raider averaged nearly 15 tackles
per game.

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TEP, PKT In Bowling Finale

Tau Epsilon Phi will pit its
powerful bowling punch against
the rising power of Phi Kappa
Tau tonight at Bowlero Lanes
for the Orange League bowling
trophy.
The swift-striking Teps rely
upon a brilliant three-way at attack
tack attack paced by anchor man Shel Shelley
ley Shelley Finman. veteran Mike Hirs Hirschenson
chenson Hirschenson and surprising Stew
Marcus.
Finman has been averaging
close to the 200 mark, Hir Hirchenson
chenson Hirchenson has been a steady 190
bowler and Marcus scorched
tile lane for a 286 game in including
cluding including seven strikes in succes succession.
sion. succession.
Steady Charles (Bearman) War.
ren and Larry Kleinfeld round
out the strong Tep team who
gained a final's berth via an ov overpowering
erpowering overpowering victory over Sigma
Alpha Epsilon. The Teps took
the measure of the Lionmen by
250 pins despite some fine bowl bowling
ing bowling by Bobby Poole and Roland
Gomez.
Phi Taus
The Phi Taus romped Alpha
Epsilon Phi to gain the final
round. They owned previous wins
over Beta Theta Pi and Pi Kap Kappa
pa Kappa Alpha.
Outstanding keggling achieve achievements
ments achievements this year included a rec record-shattering
ord-shattering record-shattering performance by
SAE against Pi Lambda Phi. Led
by blistering scores of 225 and
223 by. Poole, the Lionmen mop mopped
ped mopped the maples for a combined
two-game series of 1902 pins. This

Tlw FlsiMi ANffstor, FrMoy, December 15, 1981

is an all time intramural high.
To gain a semi-final berth, SAE
had downed Pi Lam and Kappa
Sigma. AEPi had taken the mea measure
sure measure of Phi Delta Theta and Sig Sigma
ma Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
Blue Action
Lambda Chi Alpha will face
Phi Gamma Delta and Pi Kap Kappa
pa Kappa Phi wiU meet Phi Epsilon Pi
in the Blue League tennis finals
scheduled for Monday, December
18.
Meet
The winner of these two
games will meet in the champ championship
ionship championship match Tuesday afternoon.
The league leading Fijis gain gained
ed gained entrance to the semis via a
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round win over Delta Sigma PM.
Lambda Uhi
The Lambda Chis defeated Tau
Kappa Epsilon in the second
round after drawing a bye in
first round play.
The TEKEs had defeated Del Delta
ta Delta Upsilon in opening ron n d
action.
Second
Blue Leagues second place,
PKP walloped Chi Phi in second
round play to gain entrance to
the final rounds while their op opponents
ponents opponents PEP have defeated Alp Alpha
ha Alpha Gamma Rho, and Delta Chi.
Tennis will be the last sport of
the semester for the Blue. Play
will resume with table tennis af after
ter after semester break.

7



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Cagers Clash with 'Canes After Big Win

Captain Merchant Thanks Fans ;
Looks Forward To Good Year

A sharp shooting ace and team
captain, Lou Merchant, is one of
the big reasons behind the Ga Gators
tors Gators assertion as a Southeastern
Conference basketball power.
'Merchant, a guard, stands six
feet tall and tips the scales at 175
pounds. He is a hard driver and
has become deadly with his one onehanded
handed onehanded jump shots.

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eyed shooting, he was named
to the pre-season AO-SEC and
All-Southern teams.
In spite of a broken jaw that
necessitated the wearing of a
face guard, Merchant averaged
17.6 points a game, fifth best in
the SEC.
FSU, Miss. State Best
Merchant named the Florida
State and Mississippi State games
of last year as the most important

games of his career.
Merchant stated that the team
could point to the fans as one of
the bog factors of the gators
winning season.
Its a lot easier to get out
there mid win, when yon know
the fans are right behind you.
Merchant is a senior, majoring
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to graduate in the spring of 1963.

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UFMeets Tall Miami;
Looks Next to Toamoy
By MARTIN EDWARDS
Gator Sports Writer
The UF basketball team will travel to Miami Satur Saturday
day Saturday night to wage war with the University of Miami
Hurricanes in Miami Beach Auditorium. Both teams
will enter the game with identical 2-2 records.

Miami lost iour sianers irom
last years team which went 30-7
and played in the National In Invitational
vitational Invitational Tournament. The lone
returning starter is guard Julie
Cohen, the Canes No. 3 scorer
last year.
Miami will field a tall team
with 7l Mike McCoy at center,
69 Lou Alix at one forward, and
67 Lee Woods at the other for forward.
ward. forward. 6o Kenny Allen will go
with Cohen at the guard slots.
The Gators evened their season
mark at 2-2 via a 71-06 upset win
over 10th ranked Wake Forest.

UF Plays Navy
In G 6 Opener
By ROBERT GREEN
Gator Sports Writer
While most of the UFs 13,000
students spend the week before
New Years Day relaxing and
partying, the Gator basketb all
team will be in Jacksonville pre preparing
paring preparing to take part in the annu annual
al annual Gator Bowl Tournament.
Other Teams
Other teams in the meet are
defeating champion Navy, Vander Vanderbilt,
bilt, Vanderbilt, and Virginia Tech.
The Gators took third last
in last years Tournament,
bowing to Navy in the semi-fi semi-final
nal semi-final game in overtime, and
beating Jacksonville University
and Georgia. The tourney was
a six team affair in 1960.
The team from the Naval Aca Academy
demy Academy looms as the favorite in
the meet with six of their play player
er player back from last year.
Lacks Big Man
Despite lacking a big man,
Navy still manages to win. Last
season they had a 10-9 record.
Back from that squad is Captain
Dave Tremaine, who averaged 14
points a game last season.
Hell be joined by A1 Hughes to
make the starting guards. Ron
Terwilliger and Bill Kirvan will
be at forwards with Mike Miga at
center. All three averaged about
10 points a game.
Virginia Tch does have
height, a6 -8 center, Bar- |
ry Benefield, and is a coming
Power in Southern basketball.
Joining Benefield in the start starting
ing starting lineup is forward Howard
Pardue, who averaged 30 points
for the frosh. Bucky Keller, a
starter with a 17 point average,
is at the other forward.
VPI Guards
Guards will be Leland Melear
and Bob Quesinberry. Tech could
be the surprise team in Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville.
Vanderbilt gets a new coach
Roy Skinnerand loses an All-
SEC center6-7 center Bill Depp.
To replace Depp and his 17 points
a game, the Commodores have
Griffiths.
The starting guards are as
short as Griffiths is tall. Bobby
Bland at 6-10 and John Russel, at
6 feet even are both good play,
makers.
The Tournament schedule will
match the Gators and Navy in
the opening game and Vander Vanderbilt
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test contest on Dec. 28. The winners will
meet on the 29 for the champion,
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An aggressive Gator start push pushed
ed pushed Coach Norman Sloans hust hustlers
lers hustlers to an early 14-7 lead. Car Carlos
los Carlos Morrison bagged nine of the
Gators points.
The Gators continued to battle
on even terms with the Demon
Deacons through the remainder
of the first half with center Cliff
Luyk and junior forward Tom
Barbee taking up the pace. The
halftime score showed the Gators
in the lead 33-24.
All American Len Chappell led
Wake Forest back to a fast start
at the start of the second half,
and with 12 minutes left the
score was tied at 38 all.
It was nip and tuck for the
next six minutes until Gator Cap Captain
tain Captain Lou Merchant hit a long
jump shot to push Florida into a
54-52 lead, which it never relin relinquished.
quished. relinquished.
For the next six minutes Flor Florida
ida Florida fans, some 7,200 strong, were
treated to a very fast-moving,
near-perfect shooting Gator team
which could do little wrong.
Center Cliff Luyk came through
with several clutch baskets and
eventually ended up the games
top scorer with 24 points. Luyk
also out rebounded Chappell, 10-7.
Big Cliff has now averaged 22.2
points per contest, and has pick picked
ed picked off 16 rebounds a game.
Captain Merchant spent Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night feeding his basketball
mates but still ended up with 8
markers, which reduced hi s sea season
son season average to 13.2 points per
game.
Barbee and jtmior forward Tay Taylor
lor Taylor Stokes both'played exception exceptionally
ally exceptionally well against Wake Forest,
and have identical averages of 9
points per contest, while Morri Morrison,
son, Morrison, the teams Mr. Versatile,
is hitting at a 6 point a game
clip.
All in all the Gators came of
age Tuesday night, and have
proved that they have the ability
to meet and beat any opponent
on its schedule. In just two
yearg Coach Sloan 6as built the
Gators into one of the Souths big
basketball powerhouses, a fact
which is shown by the full gym
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By MIKE GORA
Alligator Sports Editor ~
Someone once asked Gator basketball coach Norman
Sloan why he had chosen to play such a rough schedule
his first season.
Sloan replied that the experience gained playing such
cage powers as Wake Forest and Duke in pre-league
action would give the Gators valuable experience.
He added that in a few years the Gators would be
"bloodying some noses themselves.
Sloan was right on the first count, as the Gators
went on to do a flip flop of their poor showing of the
previous year while being an SEC contender.
Sloan probably didnt figure on the bloodying bit to
emerge so early in the game.
It didnt look like Wake Forest coach Bones Mc-
Kinney figured on it either.
McKINNEY WAS ONLY part of the show Tuesday
night. His parading up and down in front of the Wake
Forest bench, may have topped Sloans bench antics. It
was close, but referee Charlie Eckman, former coach
of the NBAs Detroit Pistons, possibly outdid them both
while controling one of the best games ever called in
the Gator den.
THE HUSTUNG GATORS no doubt were the main
attraction.
From the opening whistle the Gator squad out ran,
out shot, and out played the high ranked Deacons.
Some say you learn by losing, said head Deacon
coach McKinney, "I personally, would be happier get getting
ting getting educated by winning, he concluded.
Sloan would be the first to agree.
TOP RECRUIT IN WORKS
Gator football fans can look forward to the signing
of one of Northcentral Floridas outstanding high
school gridders in the near future. Say Sunday.
SIC Roundup
IsCotton'King?
Openers to Tell
By KEN KEYES
Gator Sports Writer

The Southeastern Conference 1961-62 basketball sea season
son season opens Saturday night, January 6, with all teams
playing rival conference members. Florida and Georgia
jump the gun, playing their SEC opener this Tuesday

night at Athens.
Kentuckys Wildcats, 2-1, start
the SEC circuit with rebuilding
Ga. Tech, 1-3. Rupp will be de depending
pending depending on stellar soph Cotten
Nash for scoring fireworks.
Miss. State, SEC champion
last year and currently sport sporting
ing sporting the beet record this year,
5-0, opens its SEC schedule
with the 2-1 Auburn Plainsmen,
loser to F.S.U. last Saturday
night, 66-58.

The Ole Miss Rebels, a sur surprise
prise surprise team so far at 4-0, meet
Alabama, 3-1, on January 6.
Strong Vanderbilt plays tra traditional
ditional traditional foe Tennessee at Knox Knoxville.
ville. Knoxville.
The Georgia Bulldogs play
their second SEC game at Tu Tulane.
lane. Tulane. The Dogs beat Ga. Tech
70-65 In a non-conference tilt last
weekend to raise their seasons
mark to 1-1.