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Volume 54, Number 24

PBK Taps
Five Coeds,
Two Males
Seven graduating sen seniors
iors seniors were tapped for mem membership
bership membership in the UFs chap chapter
ter chapter of Phi Beta Kappa this
week.
The group which will be initiat initiated
ed initiated into the oldest scholastic so society
ciety society on Peb. 3, are: Alice Cox,
English; Doris Knowlton, history;
Ann Day Price, mathematics;
Jean & Sehuh, English; Lewis
and Rose Arnold, English and
James Sh&pro, political science.
All of the current tappees have
above 8.6 averages.
Married Couple
Included in the tappees is a
married couple, the Arnolds, who
met in University college and
married shortly after completing
a Shakespere course.
To be a candidate for Phi Beta
Kappa, a student must maintain
at least a 3.5 average in his up upper
per upper division studies, and must
have courses embracing all the
areas of general education.
Dr. Robert G. Blake, faculty
sponsor and math professor, said
this spread of course must include
courses in science, history, hu humanities
manities humanities and languages.
Selective
41 'Professional excellence in a
chosen field doesnt mean auto automatic
matic automatic membership, Blake said.
We want proof of general overall
scholarship, and frown an nar narrowness.
rowness. narrowness.

Employment Brighter
For February Seniors;
Salaries Higher in '62

By FRANK WESTMARK
Gator Staff Writer
The overall job picture for
February graduates looks bright brighter
er brighter than last year, UF Placement
Service Director Maurice E. May Mayberry
berry Mayberry said Thursday.
More employers are visiting
the campus thi a year, and salar salaries
ies salaries following a steady increase
average two to four per cent
higher, he stated.
Half Employed
Roughly 50 per cent of the ap approximate
proximate approximate 600 seniors will have
jobs at the time of graduation.
Twenty five to thirty per cent
will enter graduate school and
military service, and the remain remainder
der remainder will be unemployed.
Companies tend to be as selec selective
tive selective as in the past or more so.
There ha s been a trend since
the 1958 recession for companies
to hire personnel to fill specific
positions, rather than hiring a
backlog or pool to be drawn

Former Student
To Speak Here

A man once President of the
UF student body, clerk of Honor
Court, football player, and honor
graduate of law school will speak
during Religion-in-Life Week Feb February
ruary February 18-28.
Rev. Harry Parham graduat graduated
ed graduated from the UF in 1947, after
attaining an honorable record. His
background will assist him in pre presenting
senting presenting the Religion in Life
Week theme, Is Learning
Enough? with a down to-earth
treatment.
Football players and law stu students
dents students will have an opportunity to
hear Rev. Parham at special dis discussion
cussion discussion meetings. He will also
apeak at university wide pro programs,
grams, programs, seminars, discussions and
luncheons.
After graduation from the Uni University,
versity, University, Rev. Parham spent se seven
ven seven year s in private practice of
law in Bradenton and a year as
Manatee County Judge. In 1954
he attended Candler School of
Theology at Emory University
and upon graduation became min minister
ister minister at Lake Placid Methodist
Church, where he is presently
nerving.
Professor To Spook On
Role Os U.N. In Congo
Oscar Svarlien, professor of
history and political science, will
speak next Thursday to the
Gainesville chapter of the As Association
sociation Association for the Advancement of
the United Nations.
The speech will be delivered to
the general public at 8 p.m.,
Jan. 18, at the Wesley Founda Foundation.
tion. Foundation. The professor will speak on
The Role of the United Nations
in the Congo.*

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Students patronize the new Jen Jennings
nings Jennings Hall Cafeteria which opened
early this week.
The new cafeteria, which is the
in any girls' dorm on campus,
is full of new equipment and modern

Ag Provost Fifield Retires
After Thirty Years With UF

By CAROL BULLER
Gator Staff Writer
Willard M. Fifield UF pro provost
vost provost of agriculture, has an announced
nounced announced that he will retire in
June after 30 years of asso association
ciation association with the University.
Fifield will become manager
of the Florida Agricultural In Institute,
stitute, Institute, Inc., which includes
companies which manufacture
fertilizers, insecticides and re relate
late relate d agricultural products.

from as jobs become available.
Top Fields
According to a Department of
Labor document, Opportunities
are multiplying fastest in occupa occupations
tions occupations requiring the most educa education.
tion. education.
The number of workers in the
fields of engineering, medidine
and health, science and business
management are predicted to in in(See
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UF Debate Team
On National TV

The UF Debate Team will ap appear
pear appear in a new NBC television
show, Championship Debate, on
March 10.
The program, which debuts
February 3, plans to present out outstanding
standing outstanding college debate teams in
action.
Talks Censorship
Florida will debate wife North
Texas State College on censorship

United Knows
But Won't Tell?
United Party definitely has
someone in mind to carry the
banner, according to Party
Chairman Wally Pope.
In a statement Thursday,
Pope said, the candidate is
more representative of the stu student
dent student body than anyone the Stu Student
dent Student Party might be currently
considering.
Pope would not reveal the
candidates name or whether
or not the person had any fra fraternity
ternity fraternity affiliation.
The candidate might be
named for Tuesdays edition
but we might wait until next
semester before announcing our
choice, he added.
Nothing new has developed in
the Student Party, according to
a party spokesman.

Lost Chance
For NY Trip
Its not too late to sign up
for the eleventh annual New York
Trip sponsored by the humanities
department.
The deadline has been extend extended
ed extended until Friday in an attempt to
allow 100 people to make the
trip. So far, 98 people have sign signed
ed signed up for the trip.
The cost of the trip 885 includes
transportation by rail, hotel ac accommodations,
commodations, accommodations, and a ticket to the
New York Phtihannonic Sym Symphony.
phony. Symphony.

facilities.
According to D. W. Harrell, man manager
ager manager of the cafeteria, it is the most
modern on campus.
Harrell said that in the first three
days of operation almost 2,000 meals
were served.

Aims of the institute include the
encouragement of research and
education in agriculture.
Replaced Reitz
The provost has held the top
agricultural position at the Uni University
versity University since 1955, when he suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded Dr. J. Wayne Reitz who
was named UF president. Prior
to being provost, he held posi positions
tions positions as director, assistant di director
rector director and horticulturist with
the experiment stations.

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PROVOST RETIRES
. . Willard M. Fifield

of literary materials. It has not
been decided yet which side of
The March 10 show will be air aired
ed aired at 12:30 p.m.
According to Debate Team Di Director
rector Director G. P. Mohrmann, the team
was chosen for television partly
because of their recent success
in the Wake Forest Tournament
in Winston Salem, N.C. They
won the championship by defeat defeating
ing defeating 26 entries.
The two members of fee win winning
ning winning team were Bill Bigalo and
Bill McCormick.
Big Team
People dont seem to be
aware of the fact that Florida
has one of fee strongest debate
teams in the country, Mohr Mohrmann
mann Mohrmann said. The team has been
outstanding in the last couple of
years, winning almost all the
tournaments of any importance in
the South.
Mohrmann stated that he hopes
to create enough interest to get
the debate carried by a Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville TV station so it can be seen
locally.

UF To Build $500,000 Monkey Dorm

By CAROL BOLUS
Gator Staff Writer
Hans for immediate construc construction
tion construction of long-delayed half-mil half-million
lion half-million dollar primate research fa facility
cility facility on the UF campus were an announced
nounced announced tide week by Pres. J.
Wavne Reitz.
To be located on University
property at the west end of
campus, Reitz said the lab will
house some ISO primates mon monkeys,
keys, monkeys, apes and chimpanzees
for use in research by the medi medical
cal medical center and the psychology
department.
Ten For One
Plans for the laboratory were
clinched this week when the State
released $50,000 to match more

University of Florida, Coinosyille Friday, January 12, 1962

Belts said, Provost Fifield*#
retirement will be a distinct
loss to the University. He is a
dynamic leader and has served
the University and the States
agriculture since 1932, when he
became an assistant horticul horticulturist
turist horticulturist with the Agricultural Ex Experiment
periment Experiment Stations.
A graduate of the UF, Fi Fifield
field Fifield was president of Alpha Ze Zeta,
ta, Zeta, honorary agricultural fra fraternity,
ternity, fraternity, the first editor of fee
(Florida College Farmer, presi president
dent president of fee Agricultural Club
and president of Delta Tan Del Delta
ta Delta social fraternity.
While in college he served as
vice-president of his senior class
And was named to Florida Blue
Key.
Hard To Leave
It was a tuogh decision to
make, Fifield said, of his leav leaving,
ing, leaving, considering feat the UF
has been his whole profes professional
sional professional Hfe. His first position
came in 1930 as a graduate as assistant.
sistant. assistant.
He recalls fine relationships
throughout fee University and
wife my colleagues In agricul agriculture.
ture. agriculture.
I have watched the Univer University
sity University grow, said Fifield. I
have been a part of the pro process.
cess. process.
The provost said the deciding
factors were feat he could re remain
main remain in Gainesville since the
institute is transferring its lo location
cation location here, and he could still
work closely wife the Univer University.
sity. University.
Part of his job, he said, is to
keep the membership informed
of Univeilnty research results.
Man Os Tear
In 1956 the Progressive Farm Farmer
er Farmer magazine named Fifield
Man of the Year in Florida ag agriculture.
riculture. agriculture.
Fifield received the dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished service award In
1953 from the Florida Seeds Seedsman
man Seedsman Association and in 1959
from the Flotrida Fruit and Veg Vegetable
etable Vegetable Association.
Other posts held,by Fifield in include
clude include past president of Rotary
Clubs at Homestead and
Gainesville and of the Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville chapter of fee Reserve Of Officers
ficers Officers Association. He is a mem member
ber member of fee Soil and Crop Science
Society of Florida, fee State
Horticultural Society, fee Amer American
ican American Society for Horticultural
Science, Potato Association of
America and the Florida Acad Academy
emy Academy of Sciences.
Anything he wont miss about
the University? The fiscal
and budgetary problems of ad administrators,
ministrators, administrators, Fifield said.

Federal Money Involved

*>*** $500,000 ill federal funds
which the College of Medicine
had been promised.
Belts said the ten tows re return
turn return wfll be made pasaMe by
two greats bom the National
Institotea of Health.
The find, grant of SOB,OOO will
be used with the state appropria appropriation
tion appropriation for construction of the colony.
The second grant is a seven-year
support grant which totals s4*B,-
017 to completely support opera operation
tion operation of the lab which holds pri privilege
vilege privilege of renewal.
Only One Other
Dr. Wilse Webb, professor of

Legislative Council Kills
'
SG T rimester Revision

Want to Wait andSee'
Summer Session s Effect
Attempts to put Student Government into a year yearround
round yearround operation in the trimester system were defeated
in the Legislative Council meeting Tuesday night.
The Council knocked out two proposed constitutional
changes and tabled the rest of the proposed revisions
indefinitely.

The deleted proposals called for
1) electing 10 at-large representa representatives
tives representatives to fee CouncU during fee
summer trimester, and 2) requir requiring
ing requiring Student Government officers
to attend school all three trimes trimesters.
ters. trimesters.
Law student Mort Perlin, who
led the opposition said he saw
no reason why Student Govern Government
ment Government cant function effectively
under the Slimmer Steering Com Committtee.
mitttee. Committtee. We dont even know what
the summer trimester will be like.
This would mean that seniors
and men with military obligations
during fee summer would be pre precluded
cluded precluded from serving as Student
Body president, he argued.
Secretary of Legislative Affairs
Bob Harris stated that he didnt
think fee Council members realiz realized
ed realized what they did (by voting down
the proposals). Were trying to
set a basic foundation to work
wife under the trimester system.
General confusion on fee mean meaning
ing meaning of tri-m ester system brought
the tabling on fee revision, said
Harvey Sharron administrative as assistant
sistant assistant to the President.
The OouncU must be educated
Into visualizing what fee tri-mes tri-mester
ter tri-mester system means, he added.
Sharron was not present at the
meeting Tuesday but helped in
the drafting of the revision of the
constitution. A study has been
made of universities in California
and Pittsburgh who are under the
present tri-mester system.
The revisions were not pat patterned
terned patterned after these universities as
In the case of Pittsburgh the uni university
versity university is located in an urban
area, stated Sharron.
Suggestions or new plans for
the constitutional set-up were call,
ed for by Sharron, before fee
Cowell meets in February as

By Court Study

Frosh, Soph Driving Backed

By EVIE BUZZELL
Gator Staff Writer
A renewal of a trial program al allowing
lowing allowing freshmen and sophomores
week-end driving privileges, was
recommended by chief justice of
fee Student Traffic Fred Fein*
stein, Wednesday.
First adopted last spring, the
program is no longer in effect
The recommended program
phomores sophomores to register their own
vehicles. It would give them per permission
mission permission to drive cars on week weekends
ends weekends which are already legally
registered in Alachua County.
Another Try
In an evaluation report to fee
Committee on Traffic and Park Parking,
ing, Parking, Feinstein stated that the pro program
gram program merited another chance for
a trial basis beginning next se semester.
mester. semester.
The main point raised against

Long Delayed

psychology, said the only similar
primate laboratory in the region
is managed by Emory Universi University
ty University at Orange Park, Fla. Howev However,
er, However, the Orange Park Lab does doesnt
nt doesnt have tiw advantage of being
closely coordinated with medical
facilities as the UF lab will be.
Dto UF lab will be oue of the
major primate colonies in the
Southeast, he said.
The lab will give the University
an opportunity to seek out re research
search research grants which would not
be awarded without a primate
laboratory in operation, Webb

the University begins the tri-mes tri-mester
ter tri-mester in September and details must
be worked out before then.
Majority floor leader of Legis Legis(See
(See Legis(See TRIMESTER, Page 2)

institute Studies
Man's Relations

The fifth annual Human Rela Relations
tions Relations Institute, sponsored jointly
by the University Religious As Association
sociation Association and the Gainesville
Council of Human Relations, is
scheduled for today and Satur Saturday
day Saturday in the Baptist Student Union.
The of Human Relations Around fee
World, \ Will include students
from various countries as speak*
ers. Sessions will begin at 7:30
p.m. today and at 9 a.m. Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday.
Among the special speakers will
be Assafra Fre Hiwet from the
ancient African nation of Ethiopia.
A panel discussion will be con conducted
ducted conducted Saturday morning with the
Rev. Thaxton Springfield as mo moderator.
derator. moderator.

ROTC Parade
Honors Seniors

The graduation parade for the
UF Army and Air Force ROTC
will take place at the parade
grounds Saturday, at 11:30 a.m.
Major Robert P. Hollis, U.S.
Army Ret., will be the honor honored
ed honored guest for the troops.
Hollis, associated wife fee col college
lege college of Engineering, will review
fee cadets.
Neil Schopke, commander of the
Air Force Wing, stated I am
really looking forward to this pa parade,
rade, parade, as it marks the graduation
of another class of fine future
officers for the Air Force.

the program concerns pressure
that would be placed an legally
registered driven to lend out
their can. Violations incurred
by file borrower will be charg charged
ed charged to the persons in whose name
the ear is registered.
No increase in traffic problems
should result from fee program.
Feinstein reported that there
would be no increase in the num number
ber number of automobiles on campus, as
C-51 Evening Music
Radio station WRUF will pre present
sent present C-51 music for humanities
studentg during the evening thia
week.
The music, presented each
evening in conjunction with the
humanities department, will be on
the air Tuesday, 9:30-11:30; Wed Wednesday,
nesday, Wednesday, 8:05-11; Thursday, 10:05-
H; and Friday, 8:05-9.

Private Grant Cinches Deal

said.
Needs To Expand
Dr. Webb said thus far the psy psychology
chology psychology laboratory has been con confined
fined confined to work with smaller ani animals
mals animals such as rats and hamsters.
The lab would be a real oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to expend the departments
physiological and comparative
program.
He said we of the firto pro projects
jects projects to be undertaken by the
psychology department will be
to expand work on central ner nervous
vous nervous control in dominance be bei
i bei faavtor.

Proposals Tabled

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SPEAKER LABELS COMMUNISM 'CANCER'
. . Rep. Walter Judd Speaks Here

Minnesota Republican
Warns US People
Os Communist Cancer

A Republican congressman called for a tough, unrelenting policy
of isolation toward the cancer of communism in a Tuesday night
speech here.

Rep. Walter H. Judd of Minne Minnesota,
sota, Minnesota, a doctor and former China
medical missionary, repeat e d 1 y
termed communism a ruthless,
malignant cancer.
He called on the people and
leaders of the U.S. to awake to
this threat.
Make Mistakes
Judd said every U.S. president
from Franklin D. Roosevelt to
John F. Kennedy had made the
same mistake believed the
Communists would cease attempts
at world domination once they
felt secure and unendangered.

well as there rarely being a traf traffic
fic traffic problem on weekends.
Results Polled
The results from the question questionaires
aires questionaires distributed among the pre present
sent present sophomores class and their
parents were also presented in
fee report
Os the questionnaires returned
30 per cent of file students
claimed they took advantage of
the program. There was little
difference in grade point aver averages
ages averages as compared to first se semester,
mester, semester, Also, 86 per cent of the
students wished to see the pro program
gram program continued.
Parents favored fee program on
fee poll, with 56 per cent of them
urging that it be continued.
The recommendation also sug suggested
gested suggested feat the program be sub subject
ject subject to weekly review and evalu evaluation
ation evaluation and that it can be termi terminated
nated terminated at any time.

Dr. George T. Harrell, dean of
the College of Medicine, said four
projects in the field of neurology,
neurosurgery, pediatrics and ob obstetrics
stetrics obstetrics are awaiting completion
of the lab before further study
can take place.
Closest To Mas
The primate, as the animals
closest to man, Dr. Harrell said,
are the only animals on which
many types of research directly
applicable to human disease can
be carried out.
The laboratory will be construct constructed
ed constructed with $43,000 released by the
State Cabinet at a meeting Jan.
9. The Cabinet released $7,000
earlier fo Planning and architec architectural
tural architectural stw

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We have been a long time
learning our lesson, Judd said.
Its been so hard for our people
to understand we are dealing with
a malignancy.
Its to 0 late to remove it, he
said. The only thing we can do
now is isolate it, while selling
our ideals.
Suggestions
He suggested trade barriers as
one means of isolation. /
j! The Communist objective is
world domination; ita strategy ie
permanent revolution, he said.
Communism is a cancer threa threatening
tening threatening the free world. Only the
medicine of dynanamic determi determination,
nation, determination, increased imagination, in initiative
itiative initiative and moral action can
combat it and prevent its rapid
spread.
There isnt, hasnt been, and
cant be a change in Communist
objectives, he said, because
Communists truly believe they
cant have peace until private en enterprise
terprise enterprise is abolished.
Religion
They cant change, he said.
Communism is their whole life lifework,
work, lifework, their religion and they
wont change, especially while
theyre winning.
Judd said he wouldnt trust the
Communists until they freed their
iron curtain colonies and depend dependably
ably dependably showed they have abandon abandoned
ed abandoned their program of world con conquest.
quest. conquest.
Citing the recent United Na Nations
tions Nations vote of 61-33 against admit admittance
tance admittance of Communist China as
proof countries would follow, the
United State# when it showed" re resolution
solution resolution and leadership, Judd
said, Americans should start
fighting Communists instead of
trying to understand them.
Answering a few questions from
the floor, Dr. Judd advocated the
Oongresstonally proposed Free Freedom
dom Freedom Academy to fight profession professionals
als professionals with professionals; endorsed
the Peace Corps as a positive ap approach,
proach, approach, but thought that a re reexamination
examination reexamination of personnel and
training requirements is needed
to make it more effective.
We are sending over* inno innocents,
cents, innocents, and they are sending! US
professional agents, he said.
j Campus to Hove
Polling Place
The Alachua County Commis Commission
sion Commission this week received a report
that the UF has agreed to pro provide
vide provide a polling place for voters re residing
siding residing in newly created Proctoct
31 on campus.
The University has not yet an announced
nounced announced location of the campus
polling place.
Most UF students have previ previously
ously previously voted at J. J. Finley icjjpol
in Gainesville.



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Attitudes Key To Better Jobs

(Oonttnaed from Page ONE)
crease overloo per cent by 1975.
While this, may be true, out outstanding
standing outstanding men regardless of
their fields have "more than
their share of job opportunities,
said Mayberry.
Stress Person
Employers are emphasizing the
total individual" in employe se selection.
lection. selection. They no longer rely
wholly on scholastic averages or
any other single factor to guide
them in selecting capable per persons.
sons. persons.
Graduates are being screened
on the basis of their personality,
experience, potential ability and
appearance a* well as their
grades.

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AN tOUAU OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
J25T5 GIIIIIHID
GENERAL. DYNAMICS I ASTRONAUTICS
MOO KEARNY VILLA RO. SAN DIEGO 12. CALIFORNIA
.

Tfct Florida Alligatv' Friday, January U, 1962

Grades have been historically
emphasized for aspirants entering
scientific research fields. But sch scholarship
olarship scholarship weighs less in the se selection
lection selection of non-technical employes
whose personality and other at-

IFC Donates To Victims
Os Murphree Hall Fire

The Interfraternity Council
gave $l5O to UF students who
lost their wardrobes in last
months Murphree Hall fire, ac according
cording according to IFC President Pete
Sealey.
Mike Houchard, 4BA; Luis
Juarbe, lUC and Lane Lester,

I tributes are foremost.
I "A positive attitude Is the key
to landing a good job, Mayber Mayberry
ry Mayberry said.
Employers are seeking gradu graduates
ates graduates who have confidence in

3ED lost all of their clothing
when fire destroyed their closet
in room 524 of Murphree G. The
three roommates were not pre present
sent present when the fire occurred Dec.
7.
The IFC voted to take money
from their general fund and help
students replace clothing destroy destroyed
ed destroyed by the fire.
The $l5O donation was turned
over to Dean of Student Affairs,
Lester Hale. Hales office distri distributed
buted distributed the money among the
three students.
Houchard, Juarbe and Lester
are staying with friends while
their fire damaged room is be being
ing being repaired.
Trimester
(Continued from Page ONE)
lativ Council Dick Gober men mentioned
tioned mentioned the possibility of a media mediative
tive mediative committee to form a joint
revision. Members of both politi political
cal political parties would attempt to work
out the problem together.
A mediative committee is not
a necessity," said Sharron, "but
we must educate the Council to
the actual problems of the tri trimester.
mester. trimester.
According to reports from the
meeting it was not party factions
which defeated the revision. It
was general confusion, he added.
Sharron proposed no way to
educate the Council but express expressed
ed expressed hope that a plan and serious
consideration of what the tri trimester
mester trimester system will mean by the
members would occur in the fu future
ture future weeks.

NOW AT SHELLEY'S
BAGELS
CREAM CHEESE
and LOX
Served Friday, Saturday and Sunday
424 N.W. 13th St. FR 2-6582 or F* 6-9286

themselves, have a chosen direc direction
tion direction and have an understanding of
their capabilities.
Applicants who express the at attitude
titude attitude of what they have to of offer
fer offer the employer, land the choic choicest
est choicest positions. Too often graduates
approach the employer with the
negative attitude of what they
can get from him."
Graduation Invitations
At Campus Bookstore
Graduation invitations are now
available at the Campus Book Bookstore.
store. Bookstore. They are priced at 15
cents for dutch fold and 35 cents
for booklet type.
All profit from the sale is to
go to the Dollars for Scholars
fund, according to Mel Green,
SGA secretary of Finance.

Naff the Weather

UFers Are The Villians

The cold weathers no threat
to 'outdoor vending machines, but
the students sure are," said R. J.
Kip, repairman for Auto-Matte
Vending Inc.
Standing in a sheltered alcove
of Leigh Hall, Kip turned his back
on the 40 degree wind and pon-

Glee Club Holds
Conceit Sunday
The Womens Glee Club will
present its annual campus con concert
cert concert at 8 p.m. Sunday in the Uni University
versity University Auditorium.
The program features original
work for womens voices with
numbers by Byrd, Pergolesi,
Brahms, and Clokey.
The Glee Club will make its
concert tour during the semester
break. The tour will take them
down the West Coast of Florida
and on to Key West, including
some fourteen concerts.

No More Singing For Easy
Honor Points In Chorni Union
Choral Union, that one-night-a-week music course
where students mumbled to music for one semester
hour of A, is no longer a refuge for the honor point
needy, according to the Unions director, Elwood J.
Keister.
Dr. Keister announced today that the activities of
the Union would be expanded and entrance require requirements
ments requirements for tile course would be raised for the next
semester.
The Union will be giving two separate concerts
this year, instead of the usual one/ said Keister.
Both concerts, The Creation by Haydn and In Inaugural
augural Inaugural Address by graduate student Russel Dan Danberg,
berg, Danberg, who based his composition on President Ken Kennedys
nedys Kennedys Inaugural Address, will be given during the
Fine Arts Festival this spring.
We also are going to insist that members of Choral
Union have at least two years of previous exper experience,
ience, experience, said Keister. This ought to keep those who
.arent really sincere about the work out.

derad his sick orange-juice ma machine.
chine. machine.
I dont know if this trouble is
the work of students or just one
of those things," said Kip, cant
ever tell at this time of the year."
Kip said the greatest amount
of tampering with vending ma machines
chines machines on campus goes on close to
finals every year. Machines are
pried open and juice taken, money
stolen, and sometimes just plain
vandalism, Kip said.
The repairman for the Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville firm said the cold weather
is no threat because the machines
are built just like refrigerators.
The cooling unit runs continuous continuously
ly continuously and is thermostatically con controlled.
trolled. controlled. The hollow walls of the
machine are filled with fibre
glass for insulation.
You never heard of vegetables
freezing in a refrigerator did you,"
asked Kip.
Kip said company officials spec speculated
ulated speculated the troubles close to finals
was accounted for by large num numbers
bers numbers of students expecting to flunk
out. Since they dont expect to be
around they dont care what they
do, Kip said.
Finding a money shortage with without
out without a break-in is rare said Kip.
The machines have a rather ef effective
fective effective device that puts the de deposited
posited deposited coins through three tests.
First if the object dropped in
the coin slot doesnt have a cer certain
tain certain weight it wont pass through
a trap door. Next, if its a wash washer,
er, washer, it becomes impaled on a
prong aimed at where the hole
in the washer would be. Finally
the coins have to pass through
a series of magnets that will at-

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tract slugs.
I tike the new push button
machines, said Kip, These old
models get jammed sometimes
and a person can clean the ma machine
chine machine out on one coin.

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UF Represented
At Annual FSU
Fraternity Meet
Florida State University held its
second annual Fraternity Council
retreat at Panacea, Fla., last
weekend, with UF representa representatives
tives representatives attending.
Representing the UF at the re retreat
treat retreat were Owen Schwaderer and
Michael Oolodny. Both men are
active in IFC at the University.
The purpose of the retreat was
to discuss problems and situat situations
ions situations arising from initiation of the
tri-mester system at all institu institutions
tions institutions in the state.
Florida and FSU will work to together
gether together in solving common pro problems
blems problems affecting campus life and
academic environ ementg that
might arise next September, ac accroding
croding accroding to Oolodny.
I feel these meetings with
Floridas States IFC will be very
successful for us because we
have a stable fraternity system
here, and we can further profit
by observing how FSU handles
its problems, said Oolodny.

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Friday arid Saturday
7 and 9 P.M.
Sunday 2, 7, 9 P.M.
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Monday and Tuesday
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watcher does, we must rely oo his word. Therefore, who*
an experienced girl watcher tells yon he saw nine bears*
tiful girls while on his way to class, be wu nine beautiful
girts. And when he tells youhisPafi Mall is the Cigarette
of the century, befieve him. It is.

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FRIDAY, JAN. 12
"CARRY ON
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TWO ENGLISH COMEDIES
SATURDAY, JAN.I3
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"SANCTUARY"
' LEE REMICK
"THE SUNDOWNERS"
ROBERT MITCHUM
SUN. THRU THURS.,
JAN. 14 THRU It
"THE GUNS OF
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GREGORY PECK
8 BIG CARTOONS
STARTING FRI., JAN. 19
"BEN HUR"
CHARLTON HESTON
I ROAD RUNNER CARTOONS



New Housing Program
Will Be More Flexible

By SANDY SWEITZER
Gator Staff Writer
Plan 8 introducing more
flexibility and elasticity into the
off-campus housing program are
linderway, according to Carl B.
"Opp, director of Off Campus
housing.
7 Presently 1,555 people handle
rental property in Gainesville.
Student ideas on desirable
Rousing must be adjusted to the
*social, academic an£ market sit situation.
uation. situation. The Off-Campus Housing

SUMMER
JOBS
IN
EUROPE
Write To: American Student
Information Service, 22 Ave.
Do La Liberto, Luxembourg

CSSF*. 2nd Quart E|lE|! Os
or Gallon PP Extra
w Gallon B Cost
With Each One You Buy. I
Prices Stort at $2 qt. 55.98 Gal. 1
Mary Carter Paint Store I
501 N.W. Bth Avo. Gainesville, Fla. FR 6-7588
Consult us for passage on tho new
S. S. FRANCE
. and money-saving ideas for your trip
fgSjjjj&j WORLD TRAVEL SERVICE
*sfl£r:Bo6 W. University Art. Phone FR 6-4641
e
VOLKSWAGEN I
SALESSERVICEPARTSBODY SHOP
Miller-Brown Motor, Inc.
1030 E. University Ave. FR 2-3582
s \^'.
The jhriwasitu lnnl
LAST BLAST
BEFORE FINALS
... BACK BY STUDENTS DEMAND
JF
FRIDAY NIGHT
OPEN HOUSE
January 12 f 1962
With
Little Jake and The Blenders
sl.oo Per Person
9 'til 1 p.m.
Couples Only
Casual Dress
Set-Ups Sold
Coffee Shop Open 'til 12:00
... YA' ALL COME!

r-'TETs-.
Mm
U.S. ROUTE 441 SOUTH
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
PHONE FR 2-6333

Section trie s to do this with an
interview referral system, said
Opp.
Quality Demanded
The demand for quality is in increasing
creasing increasing and the rate schedule
is shifting upward/ according to
Opp.
New equipment available to
the Off-Campus Housing office
will formalize physical, man management
agement management and proceedural stand standards.
ards. standards. Handbooks for prospec prospective
tive prospective off-campus residents are
part of the revamping, said
Opp.
An address-o graph machine
will be used to make a plate for
each different type of accommoda accommodation
tion accommodation at each address, along with
details and information on the
rental contact.
A prospective off-campus resi resident
dent resident will be able to find out
exactly what is available to meet
his specifications.
Gives More Time
We will have more time for
fringe problems. We hope to

have the plan in full operation
by fall/* said Opp.
The Address-o-Graph will serve
as a mass mailing mechanism.
A bulletin is planned for people
with rental property which will
include a UP calendar, demand
trends and management informa information.
tion. information.
Opp has been working with
Commissioner of Off-Campus
Housing Ben Zimmerman to
find ways to promote better
communication and organization
among off-campug residents.
The trimester system and VA
Hospital will probably interest
builders and investors in provid providing
ing providing more housing here, said Opp.
The University has no additional
housing in sight, but a rise in
student population i s predicted.
Prospects are good for more
modem housing but there is a
problem in trying to eliminate or
convert older units/ said Opp.

Recently At FSU

Charley Johns To Return?

Recently publicized investiga investigation
tion investigation of homosexual activities on
the FSU campus and in Tallahas Tallahassee
see Tallahassee has touched off speculation
whether the legislative investiga investigators
tors investigators might return to the UF
campus.
State Sen. Charley E. Johns,
member of the investigating com committee,
mittee, committee, said in a recent interview
that the committees work is
secret and refused to comment on
future plans of the committee.
Controversial
The committee was the subject
of some controversy on the UF
campus when it conducted an in investigation
vestigation investigation of sex deviates here
in 1959. As a result of that in investigation,
vestigation, investigation, 15 instructional and
staff members left the Universi University,
ty, University, and an undisclosed number
of students, allegedly homosexu homosexuals,
als, homosexuals, were also asked to leave.

Geography Prof
Takes Position

Dr. Donald R. Dyer has ac accepted
cepted accepted a position with the U.S.
State Department after ll years
on the UF faculty.
Dyer, a geography professor,
will succeed Arthur F. Biggs as
Geographic Attache for Latin
America. He will be stationed in
Rio de Janeiro with the American
embassy.
Dyer will be responsible for
gathering maps and geographical
information on all the Latin Am American
erican American countries. His resignation
was turned in to the University
last week. He received his PhD
in geography from Northwestern
University.

NAVIGATION IS
OUR BUSINESS
AC SPARK PLUG
The Electronics Division
of General Motors
Our currant projects include development and production of Inertial
Guidance Systems for the TITAN 11, THOR and MACE missiles. We are
also the Systems Integration Manager for the modified B-52C&D Bomb Bombing
ing Bombing Navigation System. In the commercial field, AC has developed and
is now producing a new mobile radiotelephone. Research and develop development
ment development programs include navigation systems for mobile ICBMs, space
vehicles, supersonic aircraft and ocean-going vessels.
AC is seeking qualified engineers and physicists to fill permanent posi position*
tion* position* in Milwaukee, Boston and Los Angeles. You may qualify for employ employment
ment employment if you have a BS or MS degree in Electrical Engineering, Mechani Mechanical
cal Mechanical Engineering or Physics. Advanced positions are also available for
men who are completing their doctorates with specialization in naviga navigation
tion navigation and related fields.
To provide a transition from academic learning to practical carear
development AC offers the following training programs:
MILWAUKEE
Career Acceleration Program A twelve-month program with formalised
classroom instruction given in conjunction with rotating job assignments
in Manufacturing, Reliability and Engineering. Courses include:
Ballistic and Cruise Missile Basic Principles of Inertial
Laboratory Sessions Guidance
Advanced Servomechanisms Semi-conductor Technology
Principles of Airborne Digital Probability and Statistics
Computers Philosophy of Reliability
Field Service Program Two- to four-month classroom and laboratory
training on inertial guidance systems or bombing navigation systems.
Domestic and foreign assignments follow completion of program.
BOSTON
Advanced Concepts Research and Development On-the-Job Training
Program AC's Boston, Laboratory is engaged in developing advanced
inertial guidance equipment primarily for apptkotioa in narth-boand
vehicles.
LOS ANGELES
Advanced Concepts Research and Development On-the-Job Training
Program AC's Los Angelos laboratory is occupied with advanced
guidance research for space vehicles and ballistic missiles, plus ad advanced
vanced advanced research in special purpose digital computers.
See yeer College Piocsment Office fordmg ae appointment im a personal
Interview with 6m Gsrsl Meters end AC Representative.
CAMPUS INTERVIEWS
Thursday & Friday, January 18 & 19,1962
If unable to apply in person send rfisume to Mr. G. F. ftoasdt.
Director of Scientific end Professional Employment, Dept. 5753,
7939 South Howell, Milwaukee I, Wisconsin.
An Equal Opportunity Employer
Met year Pfaceamat Officer Im ACs near fmplsymser tracker*
AC SPARK PLUG
Tbt Electronics Division of General Motors
MILWAUKEE LOS ANGELES BOSTON
AChiever Inertial Guidance System* for Titan 11, Ther and Mm. tombing
Navigation Systems for the t-SKAD and S-47. ACWewerfene Mobile
Kadiotolephone Systems.
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SINGER WINS STANDING OVATION
Metropolitan Opera star Rise Stevens earned a
standing ovation from a standing-room-only audience
of 3,000 Monday evening in University Auditorium.

The secret investigating com committee
mittee committee was set up in 1956 to
examine racial organizations and
later spread its investigations into
Communist and homosexual activ activities
ities activities in the state.
Program
Gov. Farris Bryant recently an-

Well Known Accounting
Prof to Teach at UF

Mr. Accounting will teach at
the UF next semester.
Dr. William S. Paton, CPA
from Michigan, will be a visit visiting
ing visiting professor and H. Warner
Ring Foundation Lecturer at the
UF. He will teach History of Ac Accounting,
counting, Accounting, and Developments in
Accounting Theory.
Dr. Paton is a pioneer in the
development of a comprehensive
theory of accounting, such theory
relates the practice of accounting
with our economic system, said
Williard E. Stone, head of the
Accounting Department College of
Business Administration.
Paton, mentioned in Whos
Who in America, is the author

Student Centers Inactive
During Pre-Exam Week

By RONNIE SUE GOODMAN
Gator.. Staff Writer
This weekend will be a quiet
one for the Student Centers.
With exam s approaching, many

nounced the start of a state-wide
program aimed at identifying and
rehabilitating homosexuals.
We are going to have to come
out in the open and let the people
know the dangers and how to pre prevent
vent prevent it, repress it and provide
rehabilitation, Bryant said.

or co author of 20 books and
almost 100 articles in profession professional
al professional journals. He has taught at
Harvard and the Universities of
Michigan, Chicago and California.
Many honors have been given
to Paton, including membership
in the Accounting Hall of Fame
at Ohio State University and Fel Fellow
low Fellow in the American Academy of
Arts and Sciences. He has been
editor of the Accounting Re Review,
view, Review, director of research and
president of the American Ac Accounting
counting Accounting Association.
Paton is married, has two
children and lives in Ann Arbor,
Mich.

Centers are not planning any ac activities
tivities activities until second semester.
BAPTIST STUDENT UN UNION
ION UNION : The Center will be used
for the Human Relations meeting
Friday and Saturday evening.
These meetings are non-sectarian,
and all students on campus are
invited to attend.
EPISCOPAL UNIVER SI T Y
CENTER: The regular Sunday
schedule will be followed this Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday.
HILLEL FOUNDATION: Sab Sabbath
bath Sabbath Services will be held Fri Friday
day Friday at 7:30 p.m. There will be a
sermon and discussion on The
Jewish View of Christmas. Elec Elections
tions Elections will be held this Sunday
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the
center. That evening at 7 there
will be a Student Council meet meeting.
ing. meeting.
WESLEY FOUNDATION: The
regular Sunday evening forum
hour and supper will take place
this Sunday. During exams the
Center is planning no weekend
activities, but the recreation room
will be set up for studying.

AT SHELLEY'S
"THE SANDWICHES
ARE
THE MEATIEST"
'THE PIZZA
ARE
THE CRISPIEST"
'THE SHAKES
ARE
THE THICK(IEST)"
"DELIVERY
THE SPEEDIEST"
CALL
SHELLEY'S
NOW
FOR FREE DELIVERY
FR 2-6582 or FR 6-9286
11 chi. to 1 e.m. 7 Days 424 N.W. 13H St.

Gator Gras Expected To
Grasp Mardi Gras Spirit

The carnival gaiety of Mardi
Gras will frolic through this
springs Gator Gras.
Sponsored by the Florida Un Union
ion Union Board for Student Activities,
GatorGras will take place Mar March
ch March 16-26. The highlight of the 10
days of activities will be the an annual
nual annual carnival and talent show
March 17 in front of the Univer University
sity University Auditorium.
The event will resemble a car carnival
nival carnival midway, with booths spon sponsored
sored sponsored by sororities and fraterni fraternities.
ties. fraternities.
Big Name On Campus
This year an entertainer will be
brought to campus as part of
Gras instead of the usual speak speaker.
er. speaker.
It has not been decided yet
what entertainer we will have,
General Chairman Franklin Ritch
said, but we are hoping for a
big name. We really want Gras
to be topnotch this year.*


Trip to Nassau
Is Top Prize In
Talent Show

A trip for two to Nassau is the
prize for the winning entertain entertainment
ment entertainment in the Gator Gras talent
show March 17.
The winners of the talent show
will receive tickets for two on
the annual Florida Union trip to
Nassau at Easter.
The talent show is an integral
part of the annual Gator Gras and
will feature talent from the stu student
dent student body at large, said Clay
Parker, chairman of the talent
show division of Gras.
We hope that the usual array
of talent, including dancers, vo vocalists,
calists, vocalists, and comics and other tal talent,
ent, talent, will appear again this year
as in the past/ Parker said.
Parker said the talent will be
judged on stage appearance, orig originality,
inality, originality, audience appeal, show showmanship
manship showmanship and ability displayed.
This judging will be done, if pos possible,
sible, possible, by instructors from the
speech and music departments
and two students.
Having instructors from the
fields of music and drama we
can get professional opinions of
the talent, and by having two
students we can get student re reactions
actions reactions to the talent, said Park Parker.
er. Parker.
Students wishing to appear in
the talent show should make ap applications
plications applications in the Program Office
of the Florida Union, room 315.
KA's Honor Murphreo
In Sunday Party
Kappa Alpha will honor A. A.
Murphree in a Sunday reception
at the Kappa Alpha Mansion.
Murphree, winner of the annual
Delta Sigma Phi outstanding fa faculty
culty faculty advisor of the year award,
is in seventh year as the frater fraternity
nity fraternity advisor.
Dr. Harry Ptulpot, Mrs. Myr.
tie Trawick, and K. A. President
Merrel Stainton win receive the
guests.

PROPANE
U- 64$
Cook and Hoot Water
Low Cost
FR 6-5110

The Florida Alligator, Friday, January 12, 1962

Many other activities also will
be a part of Gator Gras, accord according
ing according to Ritch.
Gator Gras is not one specific
activity, but encompasses many,
he said. Any event that occurs
during the 10 days is considered
part of the festival.
Myriad Os Activities
Included in Gras is the annual
Military Ball, the Engineer
Agriculture Fair and the Lyceum
presentation of Jose Greco on
March 26.
During the spring semester
there are no football games and
very few big events,' Ritch said.
Gator Gras is, in essence, a

TONIGHT 7:30 P.M.
"A JEWISH VIEW Os
CHRISTMAS"
HILLEL FOUNDATION
16 N.W. 18th St.

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If V FRIDAY AND
MONDAY NITES
VAN HEUSEN "VANTAGE"
WHITE DRESS SHIRTS
REGULARLY 5.00.
NOW, FOR THE FIRST
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week or so of activities all com coming
ing coming together with the idea of
breaking the monotdhy of the
spring semester. The purpose is
fun.
Ritch stated that 1962 will be
Gator Gras fourth yes Tr.
We hope in the long run Gras
will turn out to be a springtime
Homecoming, he said.

Rome'
Hair Stylist
319 W. University
PHONE 372-5549

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JIE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR

Page Four

ANNOUNCEMENT of plans to
form-"* Merchant-Student Relations
Division to investigate and mediate
student disputes with local merchants
i§ encouraging. The MSRD, cur currently
rently currently awaiting approval of the
Gainesville Chamber of Commerce,
would be a cooperating agency be between
tween between the UF Mayors Council and
the Chamber.
The MSRD is an important step
forward but it is also a spur towards
another step to better relations be between
tween between the student body and the city
of Gainesville.
/
The step: for UF student govern government
ment government to join and participate in the
Gainesville Chamber of Commerce.
Os course the Chamber is primarily
a businessmens organization but it is
perhaps the best meeting ground for
representatives of the student body
and the city. And the UF student
body, through its student government,
does conduct business with these mer merchants.
chants. merchants. The student body as individ individuals
uals individuals represent a massive business ele element
ment element to local merchants. Why not
let our student government become
their voice with these merchants ?
* *
FOR A MINIMAL fee the student
government could join the Chamber.
The UF student body president could
appoint a representative to attend its
meetings and report back. This repre representative
sentative representative would act as a cushion be between
tween between the two groups and serve as
an important means of communicar
tions.
It is this present lack of communi communications
cations communications between merchants as one
group and students as another which

A Florida man needs no introduc introduction
tion/ introduction 1
When that statement originated
sometime in the UFs past, it repre represented
sented represented the Universitys striving to de develop
velop develop the person as well as the in intellect.
tellect. intellect. It meant that a Florida stu student
dent student had received a polish of bear bearing
ing bearing and personality which he reflect reflected
ed reflected in many waysmost obviously in
his personal appearance and dress.
* *
BUT IT IS evident even to the cas casual
ual casual observer or visitor that many UF
students neglect their dress. How a
person dresses is his own business and
were not suggesting that a coat and
tie is necessary at all times. And
were not suggesting that the Uni University
versity University create new rules of student
conduct to require certain standards

FLORIDAS recent industrial
growth, particularly in highly tech technical
nical technical fields such as electronics and
space technology, has touched off re repeated
peated repeated demands for increased techni technical
cal technical instruction. Much of tfie demand
centers on ways to further the tech technical
nical technical education of engineeres already
employed by the pew industries, and
proximity and a\ftiiability of the in instructional
structional instructional facilities to the industrial
site is an important factor.
demands are reflected in a
recent-report of the Florida Council
of 100 which recommended that a
new university oriented to the scien scientific
tific scientific and technical fields be estab-
the Orlando-Cape Canaveral
area, that a new scientific research
institute be set up and that engi engineering
neering engineering schools be provided at the
Univensity of Florida and the new
university to be built at Boca Raton.
* *
We find the Councils recom recommendations
mendations recommendations short-lsighted and pos possibly
sibly possibly even harmful. We have prev previously
iously previously pointed out that the UF al already
ready already has many of the technical fa facilities
cilities facilities required by the new industries
and is the logical site for further ex expansion.
pansion. expansion. The Councils recommenda recommendations
tions recommendations would result in a scattering of
facilities that would be costly and in ineffectual.
effectual. ineffectual.
J. Wayne Reitz recently
commented on demands of certain
groups, to establish a new state in institutelof
stitutelof institutelof technology:
They apparently do not realize
that the University of Florida posses posseses
es posseses air institute of technology, al although

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often leads to misunderstanding and
unnecessary animosity. There have
been occasions when both groups
have been disappointed with the
others participation in cooperative
civic or charitable projects. The citys
United Fund and the Universitys Dol Dollars
lars Dollars for Scholars drive are two proj projects
ects projects which would profit from in increased
creased increased cooperation between two of
Gainesvilles most vocal and active
groups, the students and the mer merchants.
chants. merchants.
In addition to the business aspect
of the student-merchant relationship
is the important aspect of public re relations
lations relations both are actively engaged
in promoting themselves and their
community. Why shouldnt both
groups profit from increased coopera cooperation
tion cooperation and joint planning ? Preparations
for such activities as football week weekends,
ends, weekends, Gator Gras and Homecoming Homecomingwhich
which Homecomingwhich have their impact upon both
the students and the city-would be
improved by student representation
on the Chamber.
* *
PARTICIPATION in the Chamber
would also greatly increase the sta stature
ture stature and service of student govern government.
ment. government. A well-established and contin continuing
uing continuing relationship between represen representatives
tatives representatives of the city and the student
body would aid the objectives of both
groups.
If the UFs student government is
to effectively serve its students, it
should give serious consideration to
increasing its voice and representa representation
tion representation by joining the local Chamber of
Commerce. It is also a proposal that
both student political groups should
consider when preparing platforms.

of dress. The UF is remarkably lib liberal
eral liberal in its rules of student conduct
and wed like to keep it that way.
We do feel, however, that the ap appearance
pearance appearance of students should reflect
taste and dignity, which in too many
instances it fails to do.
* *
WE REALIZE that this complaint is
directed to a minority of students.
But it is a very prominent minority
whose improper dress often presents
a distorted and mistaken image of the
University to visitors. The desire to
appear casual can be overdone.
Students must become aware of this
problem before it can be solved. Its
up to the individual to present himself
to the public in away that reflects
taste and dignity and which fits the
situation.

though although we do no call it that. Our com combination
bination combination of basic science departments,
along with the College of Engineer Engineering
ing Engineering constitute such an institute. To be
sure it needs to be strengthened, but
here again, Im dismayed when cer certain
tain certain people conclude erroneously
that we are inferior to an institution
such as Georgia Tech.
* *
ONE ARGUMENT for scattering
and expansion of the states techni technical
cal technical instruction was presented in a
recent editorial in the Tampa Trib Tribune:
une: Tribune:
At the University of Florida at
Gainesville, the state has an engineer engineering
ing engineering school which ranks among the
top three in the Southeast. Its prin principal
cipal principal disadvantage is that it is remote
from the industrial areas which could
benefit from nearby scientific labora laboratories
tories laboratories and classroq^ns.
The Tribunes editorial goes on tp
warn against over-emphasis of provid providing
ing providing technical instruction at the cost
of the states overall program of
higher education. But the reference
to the UFs disadvantage of remote remoteness
ness remoteness is certainly open to question.
It may be true that the UF is dis distant
tant distant from the industrial centers
but its greatest advantage is that it is
already in existence. The ambitious
programs proposed by the Council
would bring the University to the in industrys
dustrys industrys door, but it would do so
at tremendous cost. And we cant
help but believe that an extensive
scattering of technical teaching fa facilities
cilities facilities would result in a watered watereddown
down watereddown product.

Friday, January 12, 1962

Why Not Join Uo?

YOU WERE THERE

Cold Doesn't Go With Shorty Skirts

By PAT CAJ^LAN
Have you learned to do the
TWIST? It takes a couple of
hours to get the knack of things,
but then . Well how much
trouble do you think Arthur
Murray and his wife might have
trying to teach it.
Were wondering if the twist
is part of Kennedys physical
fitness program. And if so, will
the results be covered by
his medical aid program. Thats

one way of
keeping
this craze
around for a
long time.
Blessed b e
the cold wea weather,
ther, weather, for it
shall inherit
Gain esville.
And if it keeps
up much long longer,
er, longer, most of our
Miami stu-

CALLA? 4

dents will return to Sun Tan
U.
What happens when cold wea weather
ther weather hits this campus.
First of all, it gets pretty
(censored) cold. Secondly, it
doesnt take students 20 minutes
UNDERCURRENT

Political Views Are Reversed by History

By JOHN GRANT
Rumor has it that at last a
conservative viewpoint is about
to be registered e in a regular
Alligator column next semester.
Glad tidings if true.
The principle gripe on this
campus has eternally been that
apathy reigned supreme. Per Perhaps
haps Perhaps opposing view side-by-side
might relieve the chronic syn syndrome
drome syndrome of Gatorville apathy.
Let us set the stage then for
the coming clouds of rhetoric
with a marginal analysis of the
opposing views. Just what is a
conservative, a radical, a reac reactionary
tionary reactionary and a liberal?
As history points out, there is
no such beast perse. Let us take
for example the liberals of Jef Jeffersons
fersons Jeffersons time. What was the hue
and cry? The government that
governs least governs best.

Leafing back
to the pres present,
ent, present, we find
that the liber liberals
als liberals depend
upon the
strong central
government to
bring about
their hopes hopessocial
social hopessocial welfare,
integration etc.

W y x : &

Another exam- GRANT
pie is found
in Marshall, that arch
conservative who held out
aguinst liberalism for about
three and a half decades. Mar Marshall
shall Marshall strained at the bit to estab establish
lish establish and maintain federal au-

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to go from class to class like
they claim it does during warm warmer
er warmer weather.
Next, we dont see our dear
coeds wearing bermudas to
class, and we guess that many
of them wish the hem line would
become lower.
Nothing kills a guys image of
a coed quicker than when he
sees her come to class wearing
a short hemed skirt with her
blue knee caps showing.
When do you think the hot cof coffee
fee coffee vending machines jam? On
one of these cold mornings, you
say. But look how perfect the
cold Coke machine puts out.
The gods are surely against us.
* *
How nice it would be if the
Universitys educational TV sta station
tion station would run a special pro program
gram program for students. The title,
and its a long one, might read
Whats it like in old Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville when all the students are
gone.
A show something on the
theme of Death Valley Days
would fit the situation. They
could show how easy it is to
find a parking place in Gaines Gainesville.
ville. Gainesville. Something similar to find finding

thority over state and all else,
using the Supreme Court as a
vehicle to perform this task.
He would make a poor conser conservative
vative conservative today.
There are endless compar comparisons
isons comparisons which might be made to
show that the liberal and the
conservative thread have be become
come become hopelessly entangled
through the passage of time.
Terminology then is rather
meaningless if we take the his historical
torical historical approach to justifying
our views.
At best, if a person under understands
stands understands his philosophy fairly
well, he will find that both ele elements
ments elements are included in it to
some degrees, generally speak speaking,
ing, speaking, that conservatism today is
lined up with big business and
is typically what might be
called economic conservatism.
Liberalism on the other hand
is thought of as embracing nun
universal policies both at home
and abroad. Expendatures for
social welfare and aid to needy
foreign nations are typically li liberal.
beral. liberal. Restrictive expenditures
for both of the above are
generally called for in the con conservative
servative conservative camp.
There are dozens of areas of
thought to consider in compar comparing
ing comparing the two streams of thought
in America. The isolationists are
usually put in the conservative
camp while UN, Peace Corps,
and Alliance for Progress back backers
ers backers might be thought of as lib liberal
eral liberal because they would go out outside
side outside the nation to meet the pro problem

ing finding a place to park in the
desert.
Another scene could show how
easy it is to aim a cannon
down the middle of University
Avenue and fire it without wor worry
ry worry that the shell Would hit any anything
thing anything until it got to the presi presidents
dents presidents home.
The program would need &
good narrator. Someone like
Ranger Reitz and hie side
kick, Chester Hale.
The show probably wouldnt
win an Emmy award, but it
would be very educational, cast castwise.
wise. castwise.
* *
Saw in an editorial taken from
FSUs Flambeau that a group
on that campus is thinking
about passing a regulation re restricting
stricting restricting the hours that fresh freshmen
men freshmen coeds can use the bath bathroom
room bathroom facilities.
The editorial seemed to de denounce
nounce denounce such a regulation by
saying that a coed has enough
intelligence to know when to
trip the plunger. (We should
hope they do).
But why argue about the reg regulation.
ulation. regulation. An epidemic of 12 hours
virus would put an end to that
nonsense.

blem problem of foreign relations rather
than depending upon American
military and economic power to
stay off the Communist threat.
On the social plane the liber liberal
al liberal is most often associated with
integration especially in the
South while the Southern segre segregationists
gationists segregationists are considered conser conservative,
vative, conservative, in that they resist the
changes imminent in the South Southern
ern Southern social order.
Doubtless anything I have
said or might add could bring
argument from liberal or con conservative
servative conservative as to where the line
is drawn etc., and I do not in intend
tend intend to go about drawing any
lines. There definately are tre tremendous
mendous tremendous overlapping areas of
philosophy. For example, many
economicly conservative people
find themself in the liberal
camp as concerns race relat relations.
ions. relations. Conversely, many local so social
cial social welfare liberals put their
faith in conservate economic
foreign policies. And while it is
generally accepted that the Re Republican
publican Republican Party represents the
conservative view there are
again many, many reserva reservations.
tions. reservations. What it all boils down to
in the final analysis is that with within
in within the individuals mind, he con constantly
stantly constantly votes the split ticket, ac accepting
cepting accepting this or that liberal trend
and rejecting others for conser conservative
vative conservative themes. It is the overall
pattern which eventually casts
him with one lot or another.
The regretful happenstance of
political polemics is that on
either side you have reaction reactionary
ary reactionary and radical viewpoints.
They are healthy in themselves
except for the fact that they
generally disallow any opposition
in all form whatsoever.

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MANAGING EDITOR'S NOTE

Is Campus Politics Really
Just a Game for a Few?

By BILL CURRY
Campus politics ... a means
to an end? ... or an end in
itself?
With spring politics breath breathing
ing breathing down our necks it would be
advisable for us to ask our po political
litical political friends (?) and ourselves
this question.
* *
EVEN STUDENTS who dont
give a damn for the games
of campus politicians might ask
the same question. Their dont
give-a-damn attitude could
change upon study.
The campus political apathe apathetic
tic apathetic are composed primarily of
two groups:
1. Those who look at things in
such a long range that nothing
such as student politics can fit
into a slot of importance.
2. Those who

are not involv involved
ed involved and thus
do not identi identify
fy identify themselves
with the
games.
Having once
been a mem member
ber member of the sec second
ond second group
and at times

Ml'1
CURRY

tempted to
flatter myself
by joining the elite of the
first group, I cant side with
some politicians who look upon
the independent student body
as geeches to be prodded and
perhaps duped into voting.
The politicians rationalize that
that they are the only ones who
taste of the hard ruthless
world while they are in school
because they wheel and deal
with people and have the ex experience
perience experience of being wheeled and
dealt.
*
THE APATHETIC rationalize
that they are getting a pure
college education. They flatter
themselves that they are above
games.
If they are above it all, they
deserve congratulations.
But how many are above the
experience?
And dear hardened poll pollticos,

fl^ottCansU2M
C. V* (Author of Rally Round The Flag, Boy&'\ The Many
Loves of Dobie Gillis\ etc.)

RING IN THE NEW
Are you still writing 1961 on your papers and letters? Ill
bet you are, you scamps! But I am not one to be harsh with
those who forget we are in a new year, for I myself have long
been guilty of the same lapse. In fact, in my senior year at
college, I wrote 1873 on my papers until nearly November of
1874! (It turned out, incidentally, not to be such a serioua
error because, as we all know, 1874 was later repealed by
President Chester A. Arthur in a fit of pique over the Black
Tom Explosion. And, as we all know, Mr. Arthur later came
to regret his hasty action. Who does not recall that famous
meeting between Mr. Arthur and Louis Napoleon when Mr.
Arthur said, Lou, I wish I hadnt of repealed 1874. Where Whereupon
upon Whereupon the French emperor made his immortal rejoinder, Tipi
que nous el tyler tu. Well sir, they had many a good laugh
about that, as you can imagine.)
But I digress. How can we remember to write 1962 on our
papers and letters? Well sir, the best way is to find something
memorable about 1962, something unique to fix it firmly in
your mind. Happily, this is very simple because, as we all know,
1962 is the first year in history that is divisible by 2, by 4, and
by 7. Take a pencil and try it: 1962 divided by 2 is 981; 1962
divided by 4 is 490-1/2; 1962 divided by 7 is 280-2/7.This mathe mathematical
matical mathematical curiosity will not occur again until the year 2079, but
we will all be so busy then celebrating the Chester A. Arthur

"lou. I wish I hadn't of repealed 1814"

bi-centenary that we will scarcely have time to be writing
papers and letters and like that.
Another clever little trick to fix the year 1962 in yeur mind
is to remember that 1962 spelled backwards is 2691. Year
spelled backwards is raey. Marlboro spelled backwards is
oroblram. Marlboro smoked backwards is no fun at all.
Kindly do not light the filter. What you do is put the filter end
in your lips, then light the tobacco end, then draw, and then
find out what pleasure, what joy, what rapture serene it is to
smoke the filter cigarette with the unfiltered taste. In 1962, as
in once and future years, youll get a lot to like in a Marlboro Marlboroavailable
available Marlboroavailable in soft pack and flip-top box in all 50 states and
Duluth.
But I digress. We were speaking of the memorable aspects
of 1962 and high among them, of course, is the fact that in
1962 the entire House of Representatives stands for election.
There will, no doubt, be many lively and interesting contests,
but none, IU wager, quite so lively and interesting as the one
in my own district where the leading candidate is none other
than Chester A. Arthur! .1
Mr. Arthur, incidentally, is not the first ex-president to come
out of retirement and run for the House of Representatives.
John Quincy Adams was the first.' Mr. Adams also bolds
another distinction: he was the first son of a president ever to
serve as president. It is true that Martin Van Burens son,
Walter Blinky Van Buren, was at one time offered the nomi nomination
nation nomination for the presidency, but he, alas, had already accepted
a bid to become Mad Ludwig of Bavaria. James K. Polks son,
on the other hand, became Salmon P. Chase. Millard Fill Fillmores
mores Fillmores son went into air conditioning. This later was known as
the Missouri Compromise. oimmhmm

In Missouri, or anywhere else, there is no compromise with
quality in Marlboro or the new unaltered king-size Philip
Morris Commander The Commander does something now
in cigarette makinggently vacuum cleans the tobacco for
flavor and mildness. Get aboardt You*U be welcome.

ticos, pollticos, we know how much you
enjoy your games. Wouldnt it
however be more ftm if you
had more people playing?
The average student doesnt
know what the third floor is,
what the Big Four are, or eveq
what Florida Blue Key ia when
he arrives on campus. And un unless
less unless encouraged he never really
knows their effect on his col college
lege college days. .i
Mixing with the third floorers
(The third floor of the Florida
Union is the home of student
government and thus of campus
politicos.'), one sees something
beyond games.
Perhaps if one understands
their maneuvers, they became
interesting and worthwhile.
i r% I
* *
r
ENTER: question at hand.'
Is campus politics a means or
an end in itself? ~
'if**
Objective study should indi- f
cate that the majority of those
in the games do consider It
an end. To them it is only a
means in reaching the end of a
successful political or legal ca career
reer career on the outside world.
Perhaps we should be con.
cemed, however, that if these
politicians take a utilitarian
outlook now what will their
feeling be when they are in pub public
lic public life where they will be con confronted
fronted confronted with the same problem.
Student politics may well be
a stepping stone. It can be a
stepping stone for all of us. .
as citizens and humans.


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To the Editor
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Names will be .
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YAF Now at UF;
Right of Middle

I By TOM GIBSON
Gator Editorial Assistant
A new campus political organi organization
zation organization is now in the process of
drafting its constitution.
The Young Americans for Free Freedom
dom Freedom (YAF), a conservative or organization,
ganization, organization, is described by Pre President
sident President Ron Dykes, ILW, as some somewhere
where somewhere between the middle of the
road' and extreme right.
Describing YAFs political po position
sition position is difficult, said Dykes,
no* ,-matter how carefully it is
done, others will tend to locate
it by their own beliefs.
Sharon Statement
YAF is a national organization
formed in September of 1960.
They base their beliefs on the
Sharon Statement drawn up by
100 delegates representing 44 col colleges
leges colleges in Sharon, Mass.
the Sharon Statement is
on:
The God given free will of
men, i.e., freedom from arbitr arbitrary
ary arbitrary force; that there Is no poli political
tical political freedom without economic
freedom; that the purpose of
government is the protection of
freedom through internal order,
provision for national defense,
and the administration of jus justice;
tice; justice;
That beyond this point, gov-

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That the Constitution is the best
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Genius
That the genius of the Con Constitution
stitution Constitution is the division of powers
and reservation of states rights or
the rights of the people in areas
not delegated to the Federal Gov Government,
ernment, Government, that the law of supply
and demand is the best means
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Greatest Enemy
That we can be free only as
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sovereignty and that the people
concertedly defend their rights
against all enemies; that com communism
munism communism is our greatest enemy
and we should fight for vic victory
tory victory over instead of coexistance
with it;
The YAFs national advisory
board includes Senator Spessard
(Dem-Fla.) Holland and Repre Representative
sentative Representative Walter H. Judd (Rep.-
Minn.) who recently spoke here.

In The Dark

Champagne Jelly, Tomatoes, Nudes
And Humor on the Screen This Week

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Gator Amusements Editor
Champagne jelly almost cap captures
tures captures the feeling.
Perhaps a free-form Pearl or
a Kiwi with wings came a little
closer.
There is a certain something
and nothing can quite match the
feeling of coming in contact
with Holly Golightly.
She lives in New York. Living
above her is Paul Varjak, writ writer
er writer and gigilo. Still further up is
Mr. Yunioshi who doesnt really
care for Hollys carryings-on.
Loves Everybody
Holly herself entertains lavishly
and always loses Loses Key. She
loves everyone and is on the
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JFK Eases Draft Quota

By STAN BROWN
Gator Staff Writer
President John F. Kennedys
Jan. 5 order to reduce draft
quotas to pre-Berlin crisis le levels
vels levels is apparently easing the
draft jitters on campus.
Most stu (l ents wor ryfng
about the draft are either do doing
ing doing poorly in school or dont
know how to get a student de deferment,
ferment, deferment, said Gainesville Se Selective
lective Selective Service clerk Florence
Hutson.
Mrs. Hutson, said freshmen
in the upper half of their class,
sophomores in the upper two twothirds,
thirds, twothirds, and juniors and seniors
in the upper three-fourths of
their classes are eligible for a
2-S student deferment. This
classification makes the student
draft-free for one year.
The 2-S classification can be
renewed yearly, but it does
make the student draft-eligible
until age 35. If the student
falls below the required class
standing, the 2-S rating will not
be renewed according to Mrs.
Hutson.
Ace In the Hole
Students receiving' their in induction
duction induction orders during the school
year do have an ace-in-the-hole,
according to Mrs. Hutson. She
said all students are entitled to

it. And of course there is Cat,
who is, of all things, a cat .
and she has adopted him tem temporarily
porarily temporarily of course.

Paul Varjak,
writer et Gigilo
does as all who
know her do
he falls in love
with this delight.
Ah, but that Is
where Sally To Tomatoes
matoes Tomatoes comes in
just how
youll have to
find out for
yourself.

Heart Rending
Holly Golightly is delightful.
Shell steal your heart away just
as sure a s shooting.
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a .1-SC deferment that lets
them finish the academic year
w* before being drafted. But, the
l-SC deferment is good only
once and wont be given until
the student gets his induction
orders.
Marriage doesnt change draft
classifications. However, if the
registrant has children, he gets
a 3-A classification that defers
Idm unless a national emer emergency
gency emergency arises. Mrs. Hutson said
a 3-A classification can be
granted If a registrants wife Is

Holly and George Peppard is a
perfect Varjak. And New York
is a wonderful backdrop for
Breakfast At Tiffanys at the
Florida Theater this weekend.
As briefly as possible well
mention Natures Paradise, at
the State Theater. How about a
quote? Im so glad to get it
off my chest. (Is it a wart?
No!) Im a nudist! And she is
all of 58 years old, so everyone
go see this sex-er.
A Switch
Usually In The Dark con confines
fines confines the reviews to only a few
theaters. But well jump out of
our realm of clanishness to
mention Hume Room where
sophisticated football play er
meet.
Through a wonderful freak of
fate, Hume offers the Golden
Age of Comedy perhaps the
funniest movie of the century.
The greats of the 20s and 30s
Laurel and Hardy, Will Ro Rogers,
gers, Rogers, Harry Langdon all per performing
forming performing in their funniest and
greatest movies Friday and
Saturday. Ive personally seen
this four times and intend to
laugh again this Saturday.
Wow!
There i 8 a Cartoon Carnival at
the Florida Union Hurrah,
Hurrah! This is strictly to re relieve
lieve relieve the tension before we lose
half of our friends to the wiles
of the IBM Flunkenstein gay
farewell.

Schneider

DRAPT
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pregnant.
Actually, students that have
not been in the service are less
likely to get called then the
people in the reserves, said
Mrs. Hutson.
About half the men In local
reserve units we UF students.
The Army Reservists got parti particularly
cularly particularly worried in September
when Gainesvilles 305th Finance
and 886th Ordinance units were
called to active duty.
001. Thomas A. Graham Jr.,
assistant professor of military
science, said Army ROTC en enrollment
rollment enrollment increased 50 per cent
this year. He said thi s years
enrollment is the largest since
the Korean conflict in 1951.
Concerned With Draft
I feel part erf the increased
enrollment is due to the stu students
dents students concern with their draft
status, said Col. Graham. The
students realize they might get
drafted, and they feel they bet better
ter better take advantage of this train training,
ing, training, Graham said.
Local recruiting stations have
also felt the effects of the
Berlin Situation. The Army,
Navy and Air Force Recruit Recruiting
ing Recruiting Offices all reported sub substantial
stantial substantial increases in applica applications
tions applications for their Officer Procure Procurement
ment Procurement Programs.

GROUP SCOOP
Exams Slow
Social Life
By APRIL STANLEY
Gatin* Staff Writer
Club meetings diminish as exams
approach.
U.R.A.: Meeting Friday at 8:30
p.m. in Florida Union 118.
A.P.O: Meeting at 7 p.m. Mon Monday
day Monday in Florida Union 121.
AMERICANS FOR DEMOCRA DEMOCRATIC
TIC DEMOCRATIC ACTION: Meeting in Florida
Union 212 at 7 p.m. on Monday.
DESERET CLUB: Meeting Mon Monday
day Monday in Florida Union 220 at 7:15
p.m.
FRESHMAN COUNCIL: Meet Meeting
ing Meeting at 7 p.m. Monday in Florida
Union 324.
INDIA CLUB: The 12th anniver anniversary
sary anniversary of the Republic of India will
be celebrated at the Baptist Stu Student
dent Student Union, Jan. 26, at 7 p.m. The
program will include music, films
and refreshments. The public is
invited.
SPECIAL PROJECTS COMMIT COMMITTEE:
TEE: COMMITTEE: Meeting in Florida Union
114 Monday at 7 p.m.
UNION BOARD: Meeting Mon Monday
day Monday in Florida Union 215 at 4
p.m.
W.S.A.: Meeting at 7 p.m. Mon Monday
day Monday in Florida Union 210.

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Type A Positive Needed

Blood Reserves Are Low

Blood reserves at the Health
Center have reached a critical
level.
Miss Flora Goff, Chief Techno Technologist,
logist, Technologist, said, In the first eight
days of this month, weve used
137 pints of blood, which has
dropped our reserves to the cri critical
tical critical level.
She said the reason the re reserves
serves reserves were so low was the de decrease
crease decrease in donors over the holiday
period.
D.C. Cant Supply
Mips Goff said, We called
Washington for blood but they
couldnt respond. So then we call called
ed called around the state, but we got
only seven pints.
Miss Goff said the Jacksonville
Blood Bank, which is one of the
major suppliers of blood, had to
put out a city wide appeal for
blood because their supplies were
so low.
She said, This week we have
three open heart surgeries which
are going to require 46 pints of
Foreign Jobs Available
Prospective educators will have
an opportunity to apply for po positions
sitions positions with overseas military de dependent
pendent dependent schools.
An Army representative will
be on campus to interview those
interested Sunday, Jan. 20 and
21. Appointments can be made by
calling the Educational Place Placement
ment Placement Office, 100 Norman Hall,
extension 2894.

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A positive blood, and this blood
must be freshly drawn.
Supply Depletes
With the 46 pints of blood re required
quired required for the three operations,
the center will have used 183
pints of blood in the first 11
days of the month.
At this rate, the Med. Center
Blood Bank will need a minimum
of 560 pints just to supply the
regular needs of the center.
Miss Goff said that the center
does at least two open heart
surgeries a week and each oper operation
ation operation requires 16 pints of blood
less than 24 hours old.
She said the center needs a

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donors who will supply blood
whenever needed.
Miss Goff said, All a person
has to do to get on the donor
list is to come down,
and give a phone number -wtfiere
he can be reached,
Donors must be 21 or have
the permission of their parents.
The Blood Bank is open "from
8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through
Saturday and 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. on
Sunday.
Miss Goff said that the best
time to enlist would be from 8
to 5, but donors would be- wel welcome
come welcome any time the bank is Open.

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Page 6

Frosh Tankers, Varsity Cagers Play

Dade JC Visits Florida Pool;
Varsity Takas Time Out For Finals

By MARYANNE AWTREY
Gator Sports Writer
Floridas undefeated swimming
team met the University of Geor Georgia
gia Georgia in an SEC meet at Florida
pool Thursday afternoon. #
Results of the freshman and
varsity meet were not available
at pres* time, but will appear in
the next edition of the Alligator.
The varsity defeated the Uni University
versity University of Alabama in an SEC
contest on Jan. 4. They are bid bidding
ding bidding for their seventh consecutive
conference championship this sea season.
son. season.
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Tin Worlds AlKfatee, Friday, Jssasry U, IP6I

The Florida freshmen are sche scheduled
duled scheduled to meet Dade County Junior
College at Florida Pool Saturday
afternoon at 8.
Freshman Captain Doug Stark,
who had a brilliant high school
swimming record at Miami Jack Jackson,
son, Jackson, is expected to be one of
the outstanding Florida swimmers
in the next few years, according
to Assistant Coach Bill Harlan.
Stark is the latest in a long
line of outstanding swimmers
from Jackson, said Harlan, be beginning
ginning beginning with Roy Tateishi, and
including Terry Green and Bill
Grover.
Tateishi was a Florida stand standout
out standout in 1959 and 1960.
Green, a junior, holds several
varsity records, and sophomore
Grover is a freestyle sprinter.
Coach Crone and I expect Bill
Rigdon, butterfly; Ray Fordyce,
backstroke and individual med medley;
ley; medley; and Art Swenson, freestyle
sprinter; to be among the strong
freshman swimmers this season,
said Harlan.
Diving for the freshmen will be
Craig Colling, Naples, and Bill
Olinger, Gainesville. OUnger dove
for the freshmen during' second
semester last year, and win be
on the freshman team for the
rest of the current semester.
Other freshmen are Jack Jones,
freestyle distance; G. Saveli,


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Chuck Warren of Tau Epsilon Phi returns a
shot in the TEP Phi Tau match Tuesday evening.
The Taus won the match and took another step
toward their second straight Orange league cup Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday night when they defeated AEPi 3-2.

breaststroke; and Dennis Shea,
distance.
The next varsity meet for Flor Florida
ida Florida will be against Tulane Univer University,
sity, University, in Gainesville on Saturday,
Feb. 8.
Hot 'Cats Hot
SEC Hoop Race
Kentucky, LfiU, and Tulane
turned in impressive wins last
Monday to remain tied for the
SEC basketball lead, while the
Gator a went deeper into the lea league
gue league celler.
Kentucky, led by sensational
sophomore Cotton Nash who scor scored
ed scored 31 points, blasted Vanderbilt,
78-69, in Nashville. Larry Pursi Pursiful
ful Pursiful also was hot with 19 points.
LSU grabbed its second win by
out scoring Georgia, 76-58 in
Baton Rouge. Tulane, behind Jim
Kerwins 18 points, downed the
Gators, 59-47, for its second lea league
gue league win.
Mississippi State lost a chance
to stay in the League lead when
its game with Alabama was post,
poned because of icy roads.
The game was re-set for Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night.

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Frosh Doing Well,
Have 2-1 Record
The University of Florida freshman basketball team
will resume its regular season activity next Monday
night when it meets Brevard Junior College in the Flor Florida
ida Florida Gym.

By MARTY EDWARDS
Gator Sports Writer ...
To date the Baby Gators have
posted a 2-1 mark for regular
season games. The frosh opened
up the season on a successful
note by defeating St. Leo Junior
College 86-76.
F.S.U. then handed the squad
its lone defeat by a 64-57 count,
Teams Gain
Ping Pong Semis
Monday afternoon and evening
in the basement of the Florida
Gym the semi final rounds in
both Orange and Blue League
Table Tennis will be played.
In the Orange Phi Delta Theta
will play Pi Lambda Phi and
Sigma Mu will face Alpha Ep Epsilon
silon Epsilon Pi.
League leading Phi Delta Theta
defeated Sigma Chi Wednesday
evening to gain semi play while
their opponents defeated Sigma
Alpha Epsilon also Wednesday
night.
Sigma Nu defeated Beta Theta
Pi and Kappa Sigma to gain final
play while their opponents; PKT
defeated TEP and, AEPi.
In the Blue circuit Pi Kappa
Phi meets Lambda Chi Alpha
and Phi Epsilon Pi meets Phi
Gamma Delta in their semi final
round.
Finals in both Orange and
Blue tourneys are scheduled for
Tuesday, January 16.

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and the Baby Gators then bounc bounced
ed bounced back to trounce Central Flor Florida
ida Florida Junior College 83-59.
The leading scorer for the
team is 65 forward Richard
Tomlinson, who is carrying a
15.3 scoring average. Tomlinson
is also the teams leading re rebounder
bounder rebounder with 14.7 rebounds per
game, and has shown great
potential as a future groat so
far.
510 guard Donnie Mason is
second to Tomlinson In the scor scoring
ing scoring department with a 14.3 aver average.
age. average. Mason, a former All City
performer for Columbus High in
New York City, has a deadly
shooting eye and has tl\e teams
top foul shooting percentage at
.778.
Bill Koss is an all aronhd
performer with a scoring av average
erage average of 11.7 points per game.
Koss was an All City player in
New York two years ago, while
starring for Manilus Prep. The
6B forward has grabbed off 9
rebounds a night to add to his
Versatility.
The teams Mr. Big is 69
center Robert Hoffman, former
Chicago all-star. Hoffman has
proved his worth to the team
by his toughness under the boards
when it counts. He has averaged
8 rebounds a contest to go along
with his 11.3 scoring average.
The freshman team as a unit
has done quite well for itself sta statistic
tistic statistic wise while compiling the
2-1 mark. The Baby Gators have
outscored their opponents 75.3 to
66.3 and have outrebounded them
47 to 35.
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For Use by Students
The University of Florida keeps
sports equipment in the basement
of the Florida Gym that is avail available
able available to all card-carrying stu students.
dents. students. i
According to equipment mana manager
ger manager Louis C. Davis the equipment
on stock is valued at between ;
$40,000 and $50,000.
| Some of the equipment avail- i
able to students includes tennis
rackets, golf clubs, hand ball
gloves, baseball equipment, vol volley
ley volley balls, soccer balls, hand balls, 1
footballs and fishing tackle.
The check-out room is located
in the Florida Gym basement and
is open dining school months.

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Shufflin' Tigers, Crippled Gators
Meet In Battle of Rebuilders

By ROBERT GREEN
Gator Sports Witter
Crippled but still fighting, the
Gator Basketball team seeks its
first Southeastern Conference vic vicory
ory vicory this Saturday night against
a tough Auburn team. Game
time is 8:19 p.m. in Florida Gym.
The Gators have an o*3
conference record after last Mon Mondays
days Mondays loss to Tulane, 59-47 in New
Orleans. In addition, the team
may be without the service of
forward Tom Barbee for the
game and also for the Alabama
game the following Monday.
Barbee twisted his ankle last
Sunday in a work out prior to
the Gators* game. He missed
tile Tulane game and is expect expected
ed expected to be out of action for the
Miami contest, played last
night, and the two SEC games
on the weekend.
This, plus the earlier losses of
Joe Metzger and Jim Jarrett,
both of whom quit the team,
gives the Gators only eight heal healthy
thy healthy players for the series.
Carlos Morrison will probably
be the starting forward in Bar Barbees
bees Barbees place along with Taylor
Stokes. Cliff Luyk will go most
of the way at center with Clark
and Joe Meigs ready for use
there. Guards will be Lou Mer Merchant,
chant, Merchant, Buddy Bales, Neal Cody,
and Gene Sadler.
Auburn will bring a tough
team to town, despite early sea season
son season predictions to the contrary.
Hie Tigers have undefeated
Mississippi State a tremendous
battle on Saturday night, losing
in the last minutes, 51-48.
In early games, the Tigers
had defeated LSU, FSU, and Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia Tech, all teams which have
beaten the Gators this season.
The Virginia Tech win was for
New Weigh!
Theory Studied
Florida line coach Jack Green
isnt going to coach at Army any
time soon, but hes whipping the
football ranks into shape much
as an Army man, with a new
weight program for sophomore
and junior football players.
Football players ard concerned
about keeping in shape with
spring practice just around the
corner because the gaps on the
line and in the backfield left by
graduating seniors will have to be
filled by the players remaining.
A new theory of weight pro programg
gramg programg has just been developed
says Green and its so new that
even the weight expert who is
helping to set up the Universitys
programing doesn't know about
it.
The new idea is called isome isometric
tric isometric contraction and was recently
heralded in Sports Illustrated
Magazine. Green is so impressed
with this new theory that if he
can find an expert on the sub subject
ject subject to come and tell the foot football
ball football team about it he will be de delighted.
lighted. delighted.
Green admitted that LSU had
experimented with this weight
theory and was highly successful.
He also added that not only i& it
good for football players or ath athletes,
letes, athletes, but even a housewife or
student could benefit greatly from
this weight program.
While the football players get
in shape for the spring practice
just ahead, isometric contraction
remains a possible choice as
Floridas secret Football weapon
in *62.
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Bowlers interested in trying out
for the AMF sponsored Collegiate
Bowling Tournament in Gharlotts Gharlottsvilie,
vilie, Gharlottsvilie, Virginia should contact
r00m315 in the Florida Union.
AMF will pay all expenses for
five bowlers to attend this an annual
nual annual match February 16 and 17.

the Birmingham Oassio title and
was an easy 67-58 win for Au Auburn.
burn. Auburn.
Leyton Johns is the top man
for Auburn. The 6-7 center
should have quite a battle with
the UFs Luyk. Outside of Johns,
the Tigers dont have much
height Billy Tinker, 6-1, and
Mack Kirckland, 6-6 will be at
forwards with Bill Ross, 6-1, and
Larry Chapman, 6-0 at guards.
Auburn will run their celebrat celebrated
ed celebrated shuffle offense which looks
for one good shot.
*Bama Not Much
Alabama is not expected to do
too much this year\ although the
Tide started their SEX? season off
with a win against Mississippi.
Center Holland Floyd, 6-7 is
their top threat while 5-8 guard
Darrell Estes makes a lot of
points from the outside.
Hinton Butler is another return returning
ing returning guard who should start. For Forwards
wards Forwards will probably be Reece
Carr, 6-5, and Howard Smith.
In last years action, the Ga Ga
Ga
Luyk Leads OF
Through the Tulane game, the
Fighting Gator basketball
team had won only 3 of 10 starts,
but received some fine support
from several key players.
One of the big bright spots in
the Gator attack has been 67
center Cliff Luyk, a sure-shot
choice for All SEC honors. Luyk
is averaging 19-8 points a game;
third best in the conference. Big
Cliff is also right around the top
in the rebounding department with
15.8 snags a contest, the lea leagues
gues leagues second best average.
Junior Tom Barbee has come
of strong lately, but is currently
out of action with a pulled leg
muscle. Barbee will probably re return
turn return to action against Alabama,
Monday night. The 64 forward
is hitting the nets at a 9.4 chip.
Carlos Morrison netted 13 in a
fine game against Tulane, and
has played some fine all-around
ball all year. Morrison is picking
off 6 rebounds per contest, and
averaging 7.3 points.

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