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Volume 54, Number 29

Profs Ask
For Place
To Relax
Members Discuss Need
For Recreation Area
By PAT OAIXAIf
Gator Staff Writer
Faculty members war* ft*-
elty club facilities in the new
Student Union a panel disclosed
Tuesday night at the American
Association of University Profes Professors
sors Professors meeting in the Law School
auditorium.
The panel discussed the possi possibility
bility possibility of having a faculty club
either on or off campus.
Marvin F. Eiaenberg, Bill RUm
and Arnold Butt made up the
panel.
Butt, an assistant architect, toOd
AAUP members the faculty needs
a place for recreation and din dining
ing dining separate from the student fa facilities.
cilities. facilities.
Failed In Past
In the past, Butt said, attempts
have been made to establish a fa faculty
culty faculty club, but none were success successful.
ful. successful. The frame building that now
bouses the credit union was once
used for a faculty dub.
Rion* Florida Union director,
said there were two things that
are necessary for continuing a fa faculty
culty faculty dub once it has been estab established.
lished. established.
First there must be a hea heavy
vy heavy food service demand from
which the profits help to meet
dub expenses.
Second, faculty members
(See AAUP, Page 9)
Players Offer
Oedipus Rex
As Spring First
Oedipus Rex, first Florida Play Players
ers Players production of the semester,
will feature a 15 member chorus.
The play, to open March 21,
features A1 Wehlburg as the ill illfated
fated illfated Oedipus, Sara JoEdlht as
Jo casta; Tony Pearl as Creon,
Phil Giber son as Tiresius; Lar Larry
ry Larry Gordon as the priest; George
Phelps as the first messenger;
Larry Director as the second mes messenger;
senger; messenger; Bob Pendel}, Herdsman;
Sally Anne Harrington, Antigone;
and Marion Pontak, Ismene.
production work has started,
and publicity director Joann Hel Helming
ming Helming said that there are openings
for technical workers. Those in interested
terested interested should call ext. 2671.
A. W. Staub, professor of
speech, will direct the play, a
major Florida Players production.

Nuclear Building
To Go Up Soon

The new nuclear science and
engineering building will be avail available
able available to all UP department# wish wishing
ing wishing to engage in nuclear research,
according to Dr. George K. Da Davis,
vis, Davis, UP director of nuclear acti activities.
vities. activities.
Davis said he expected the Col Colleges
leges Colleges of Medicine and Engineer Engineering
ing Engineering would be especially interested
in using the new facilities.
Primarily For Research
The new building, to be built
in two years, will be primarily
devoted to research, said Dr. Ro Robert
bert Robert E. Uhrig, acting head of the
Department of Nuclear Engineer Engineering.
ing. Engineering.
UP Pres. J. Wayne Reits*s di directive
rective directive regarding use of the build building
ing building states no department may use
the new facilities* unless actively
engaged in nuclear research.
The building will have five
stories, with 70,000 square feet of
floor space. It will be situated
next to and south of the nuclear
reactor building, behind the Col College
lege College of Engineering.
Several research labs are plan planned
ned planned for graduate students in nu nuclear
clear nuclear physics, chemistry and bio biology.
logy. biology. The third floor will bouse an
IBM 709 computer.
Financed by Bonds
The building will be financed financedlike
like financedlike the proposed new student un union
ion union and architecture buildings

UF To Get Counseling;;
Guidance Institute Grant

A recent $210,000 grant from the
U. S. Education Office has clear cleared
ed cleared the way for a Counseling and
Guidance Institute at the UP be beginning
ginning beginning next September.
Purpose of the Institute is to
prepare secondary school counse counsejons
jons counsejons with special skills for dealing
with problems encountered with
secondary school students.
According to Dr. Robert Strip Striphead
head Striphead of the College of Edu Educations

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Appearing as Moses in an original
oratorio by UF humanities professor
Dr. Didier Graeffe is James Palmer.

'Education Not Enough'
Convocation Speaker Says

The most important result of a
college education is that of find-
direction for life and devedop devedopity
ity devedopity positive intellectual and spirit spiritual
ual spiritual leadership for the world, Dr.
Liston Pope, Dean of the Yale Di Divinity
vinity Divinity School, said Tuesday in a
University wide Religion-In-Life
Week Convocation.
Basing his talk on the week-

by the $26 million bond issue for
state university construction was
approved last Friday by the Board
of Control. The Board earmarked
$1.63 million for the nuclear
building.
Leaders Set
Trainee meet
A Leadership Training Confer Conference
ence Conference for campus leaders, the first
of its type here, will be held
March 4, conference director Louis
Gomes announced yesterday.
Keynote speaker for the 2-7 p.
m. conference will be Dr. Ernest
Bartley of the UP political sci science
ence science department. Bartley will
speak at 4 p.m. in University
Auditorium.
According to Gomes invitations
have been sent to student gover government
nment government officials, fraternity and sor sorority
ority sorority officers and dormitory lead leaders.
ers. leaders. '
In addition to Bartleys talk,
discussion groups will meet to dis discuss
cuss discuss organizational go a 1 s,
program and member problems,
public relations and publicity pro problems,
blems, problems, role of faculty advisors
and budgetary and financial pro problems.
blems. problems.
A buffet supper in Bryant Lounge
Florida Union at 6:49 p.m. follow followed
ed followed by a conference evaluation ses session
sion session will end the day 8 activities,
according to Gome*. s
Further details will be announc announcled
led announcled next week, Gomez said.

cations Educations personnel services and In Institute
stitute Institute director, the new contract
will bring the total amount re received
ceived received by the UF to $700,000. The
program began two years ago.
About 5,000 brochures, accord according
ing according to gtripling, will* be mailed to
prospective candidates this week.
Stripling said 30 graduate students
representing six southeastern
states, Puerto Rico and the Vir Virgin
gin Virgin Islands will be selected.

long theme Is Learning Enough,
Dr. Pope told a convocation, In Intellectual
tellectual Intellectual development is rudder rudderless
less rudderless at best and dangerous at
worst when isolated from moral
conviction and personal commit commitments
ments commitments that are religious in charac character,
ter, character, -he added. The modern col college
lege college curriculum is like the face of
a compass, pointing in every di direction,
rection, direction, but with no needle by
which to chant ones course.
Lecture Series
Dr. Popes speech was sponsored l
by the University Lecture Series.
A divided mankind and a di divided
vided divided atom cannot co-exist in indefinitely
definitely indefinitely on the same planet, 1
Dean Pope stated. We need to
find an abiding moral habitation
for ourselves, and an abiding
spiritual home to which we can
invite a distraught humanity. This
is no easy achievement for those
who have been taught to doubt
rather than 'to believe, to dissect
rather than unify, he explained.
We are conditioned to be in intellectually
tellectually intellectually nearsighted and skep skeptical
tical skeptical of terms like value and
faith and vision. We are more
Interested in seeing through things
than seeing beyond them, he ex explained.
plained. explained.
Responsibility
Those in colleges and univer universities
sities universities cannot escape a certain re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility for mans situation in
the contemporary world, Dean
Pope declared. Because fragmen fragmennation

Lyceum Offering
First Symphony

The Detroit Symphony Orches Orchestra
tra Orchestra will appear at 3 p.m. Sunday,
in the Florida Gymnasium.
Under the direction of Paul Pa Paray,
ray, Paray, the orchestra will present
a program of selections ranging
Board Seeks
.
New Editors
Editor and managing editor of
the 1963 Seminole will be chosen
on the basis of their plans for
the Seminole within the trim trimester
ester trimester system, according to Board
of Student Publications Secretary
K. B. Meurlott.
March 12 is the deadline for
filing applications and written
plans for the yearbook. Applicat Applications
ions Applications may be obtained in room 11
of the Florida Union.
Meurlott said the hoard would
request candidates to give written
plans for modifying the Seminole
for year-round operation. t
Recent surveys we have tak-;
en give some indication that a
new concept of yearbooks may
be in order Anyway, he said.

For story on the play which ends Re Religion-in-Life
ligion-in-Life Religion-in-Life Week activities see page
seven.

nation fragmennation of knowledge is so far ad advanced,
vanced, advanced, there is bite in the ob observation
servation observation that a university is a
city of God that is all suburbs, he
said.
Dean Pape said a new concern
about religion is emerging among
young people. He said hard ques questions
tions questions are being asked about the
fundamental- objectives of life and
about the legitimacy of values and
standards for morality. They are
seeking an adequate basis for their
individual lives, he said.
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from the early classical compos compositions
itions compositions to 20th century numbers.
The program will include Ov Overture
erture Overture to Tannhauser by Wag Wagner,
ner, Wagner, from the romantic period;
Beethovens Seventh Symphony,
a classical selection; Adagio by
Samuel Barker; Prokoviev;
and Bacch&nale from Samson
and Delilah by St. Saens.
Reid Poole, head of the depart department
ment department of music, said, Bacchanale,
a twentieth century composition,
is a sensous dance, provocative
and sensitive.'
Conductor Paray has appear appeared
ed appeared an campus before with the
Pittsburgh Symphony.
The Detroit Symphony's appear appearance
ance appearance here is its last stop in the
state, after an extensive tour of
southeastern Florida.
Registrar Ailing
Registrar R. S. (Dick) Johnson
seems on the way back to health,
following a weeks serious illneaa
Informed UF sources said that
Johnson, who was taken to Ala Alachua
chua Alachua General Hospital last week,
is now apparehtly recovering.

University of Florida, GainesvilleFriday, February 23, 1962

Council OK's Revisions
For Trimester System

Council Passes
Resolution
Backing Peel
A resolution supporting the Or Orange
ange Orange Peel was unanimously pass passed
ed passed by the Legislative Council
Tuesday night.
The Peel resolution called for.
the continuation of the suspend suspended
ed suspended campu s humor magazine and
any influence by the U!F adminis administration
tration administration should be in an advisory
capacity.
Student Board of Publications
member Jared Lebow a aid
there will be an Orange Peel.
Lebow made the statement
Wednesday night after a spe special
cial special meeting with a board sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee composed of Dr.
..Ralph Thompson and Homer
Spence.
Lebow mOt a letter of Pee
recommendations will be sent to
UF Pres. J. Wayne Reitz.
Action Deferred
Reitz deferred action of the con controversial
troversial controversial publication upon re request
quest request from the board to study
the magazine. Th# board is cur currently
rently currently attempting to find a way to
regulate the roguish and objec objectionable
tionable- objectionable humor sometimes found
in ths magazine.
No action was taken at the re regular
gular regular meeting of the board Mon*
day.
-* <
Resolution
The council resolution stated:
The Legislative Council as a
group representative of the stu student
dent student body of the University of
Florida believes:
1) That the Orange Peel is a
student publication which pres presents
ents presents to the student body a type
of humor generally representative
of student tastes;
2) That as a student publication
the Orange Peel should continue
to be written, edited, and publish published
ed published by properly qualified students
of the University of Florida;
3) That any influence exercised
by the University administration
upon the Orange Peel should be
in a purely advisory capacity;
and
4) That publication of the Orange
Peel should be continued as soon
as possible.

Candidate Qualification Deadline Today;
Student, United Slates in Final Stages

By DAVID WEST
Gator Executive Editor
Qualification deadline at 5 p.
m. today, forced campus politics
into all night meetings this past
week to decide on candidates for
the more than 40 elective offices.
Secretary of Elections Don An An
An
Student Says
United Foiled
United Party efforts to grab
Student Party factions has am amounted
ounted amounted to no success in the last
week/' said Ron LaFaee party
spokesman Wednesday.
He said United Party had fail failed
ed failed to achieve success in offering
high positions on their slate to se several
veral several Student Party groups.
In committee meetings during
the past week, the slate was de derided.
rided. derided. It was presented in a gen general
eral general party meeting Thursday
night at the Tri-Delt house.
Bill Trickel, party nominee for
president, said our party mem members
bers members have pledged to run a clean
campaign." -.
Bfil Trickel announced in a re recent
cent recent party meeting that he had
appointed Ron Safsjahi to handle
his campaign ami Barry Kutin bad
been chosen campaign manager
for vice presidential nominee Hugh
McArthur.

Subject to Student Body Approval

Qualifying Date
Set For Today
Registration deadline for
March 15 spring elections is to today
day today at 5 p. m.
Candidates for office should
qualify at the Treasurers of office
fice office in the Florida Union, ac according
cording according to Don Anchors, Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of Elections.
Anchors said that election
officials are needed and any anyone
one anyone interested should sign up in
room 310 of the Union. Offici Officials
als Officials will be paid 75 cents an
hour.

AAUP Requests
'Second Rate Pay 1

"Make Florida second rate" is
the plea of Dr. Vynce Hines, pre president
sident president of the UF chapter of the
American Association of Universi University
ty University Professors.
Right now professors salaries
are just mediocre, but they could
be moved into the B grade',
Dr. Hines told AAUP members
Tuesday night in the Law School
Auditorium.
Hines is directing his plea to
the Board of Control meeting in
Tampa today in hopes that the
board will consider pay increases
for UF professors.
"Its through this proposed in increase
crease increase the universitys pay scale

Code Cites Odd Offenses

Dont spit in church or you
might wind up in jail. Its
against the law in Gainesville
to spit in a church, states the
Gainesville Code of Ordinanc Ordinances.
es. Ordinances.
It is illegal to gamble, beg,
play games on city streets, ride
on fenders or bumpers of cars,
erect political posters on gov government
ernment government property within the ci city
ty city limits, or to follow within 200
feet of fire trucks, the code
states.
The penalty for drinking in
cemeteries is not more than
SSOO fine and up to 60 days in

chore reported Thursday very few
candidates have applied for quali qualification
fication qualification with his office. Once
again this year it appears that
there will be a big rush at the
last minute, after everything is
settled." Neither Jackson Brown Brownlee,
lee, Brownlee, United Party candidate for
president, nor Bin Trickel, Stu Student
dent Student Party choice for the post,
have registered as candidates, as
of Thursday evening, Anchor said.
Now Rules
The campus will take a dif different
ferent different look this year during elec elections
tions elections due to the new rules. There
will be only one piece of a partys
poop per tree, and then only on
trees with branches
eight feet or above. The litera literature
ture literature placed on trees must be
of an index card weight accord according

News Bureau Receives
Science Information Prize

The UP News Bureau has won
the Distinguished Science Infor Information
mation Information Award for outstanding
efforts among Southern universi universities
ties universities to promote public understand understanding
ing understanding of university research."
Announcement of the award was
made this week by the Southern
Regional Education Board
(SREB).
'a Entries from the UP News Bur Bureau
eau Bureau included primarily feature
stories written during the fall se*

Proposals Involve SG,
Publications' Changes

Major changes involving student
government and publications may
be voted on by the student body
March 15 as the result of Tuesday
Legislative Council action.
If the proposed constitutional
amendments pass a second Legis Legislative
lative Legislative Council reading next Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, they will be subject to stu-

wffl be able to compete with the
wage scales of government and
private firms, he said.
Higher outside salaries are
causing many professor s to leave
the teaching profession for more
pay, Hines said.
The increased teaching load this
fall due to the trimester system
will cause additional instructors
to leave if they dont receive ad additional
ditional additional pay increases, Hine s add-
If the board approves the pro proposed
posed proposed increases, then the UF pay
scale win move into the B
grade" of the Rational AJKOP
universities, Hines said.

jail, states the code.
Not even trains escape the
code. It is unlawful for
trains to block city streets for
more than five minutes. No pro provision
vision provision is made for slow mov moving
ing moving trains, however.
It is unlawful to congregate
on the sidewalks without first
getting a permit from the ci city
ty city manager, nor is it legal for
a person to carry a white
cane with a red tip, unless he
is blind.
The Code states that it is
illegal to carry a slingshot,
brass knuckles, or a firearm
while committing a crime.

ing according to the rules prepared by stu student
dent student government and approved by
Dean of Student Affairs Lester L.
Hale.
Anchors requested anyone in interested
terested interested in serving as an election
official to apply in room *l9, Flor Florida
ida Florida Union. Applicants for the 1.76
per hour post must be able to work
Cor five consecutive boors.
Both parties have indicated they
will present their platforms to
the students within the next week.
The candidates for the March 15
election will be presented in the
Alligator Tuesday.
No Jumps
At press time neither party an announced
nounced announced the addition of any groups
to their rosters. It seems pretty
well sri," said Btudent Party Co-

mester dealing with research in
speech defects, the quantum the theory,
ory, theory, turtle navigation, nuclear ac activities
tivities activities and sleeping patterns.
News Bureau Director Allen O.
Skaggs Jr., who recently announc announced
ed announced his resignation, said, I am
particularly pleased with the type
of team effort this honor reflects
for the UP on the part of the
staff of the News Bureau and the
Office of Health Center Rela Relation*/*
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dent body approval at the March
15 elections.
Under the proposed student go government
vernment government changes* many as the
result of the trimester system go going
ing going into effect next September,
the student body president, vice
president and treasurer would be
required to go to school for the
three terms.
In addition, the council approv approved
ed approved a motion to put themselves in into
to into year-round operation. Summer
trimester Council members would
be composed of remaining mem members
bers members and students named by the
student body president.
Tuesdays proposed changes in involve
volve involve several student body cab cabinet
inet cabinet positions. The post of Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of Elections would be abolish abolished
ed abolished and included under the Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of Interior post. New posi positions
tions positions would be Secretaries of In International
ternational International Affairs and Married
Student Affairs.
The major publication change
would give the Board of Student
Publications power to remove stu student
dent student editors by two- thirds vote
with Legislative Council approv approval.
al. approval. The Board now has only the
power of impeachment.
In addition, the Council approv approved
ed approved the elimination of the Honor
Court Chancellor and the student
body president from the Board
of Student Publications electoral
board, which selects student edi editors.
tors. editors.
Constitutional amendments if ap approved
proved approved March 15, will go into ef effect
fect effect March 20.
In other action, the council:
Approved a Womens Student
Association special request of S2OO
for convention expenses.
Approved a Gator Variety Band
request of S9O.
Appointments
In other action the Council ap approved
proved approved the appointment of David
West to the Board of Student Pub Publications
lications Publications and George Mustaka* to
the popt of secretary of student ac activities.
tivities. activities.
West replaced Tom Gibson who
was forced to resign from the
Board when elected Alligator man managing
aging managing editor. Mustakas replaced
Ron Dykes in the c a bi ne t post.

chairman Ron LaFaee.
With the addition of the for*
eign students in the United Party,
leaders on both sides indicate they
feel that victory lies with the in independent
dependent independent student vote.

United Queries
Foe's Moves
United Party moved into full
swing this week with meetings of
the slate, platform and st e e r ring
ing ring committees.
At a party meeting, held at the
Sigma Chi house Tuesday night
Chairman Mac Melvin ch?r~ed
the Bullock administration with an
attempt to present false qualifica qualification
tion qualification for a candidate. Referring to
the Legislative Council action
Tuesday night in wh oh a pca~ : ble
Student Party slate candidate ap apj
j apj pointment to ecreary of student
activities was approved. Melvin
said they are preparing George
Mustakas with misleading qualifi qualifications
cations qualifications for a top five position."
Way Pope, Uniteds fraternity
chairman indicated that he felt
that this was a move to pacify
party problems.
In other party business, Nelson
Mora, former Commissioner of
Foreign Students Affairs was of officially
ficially officially welcomed by the party
as was Ron Dykeft an independent
politician.



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AAUP Discusses Plans
For Faculty Members

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most agree to pay a certain
amount of monthly dues.
Club location, a wide range of
programming and the interior de decor
cor decor of the club are other factors
to be considered for the success successful
ful successful club, Rion added.
Rion said the new student Un Union
ion Union building approved by the
Board of Control last week might
have room for a faculty club.
Students First
However, the new union will be
primarily for student entertain entertainment/
ment/ entertainment/ Other activities will be
secondary, Rion said.

Negro Student
Says UF Best

The UFs lone Negro law stu student
dent student picked the UP over Harvard
and would do it over again.
Willie George Allen, considers
himself Just one of the boys.*
Accepted at Harvard, Allen and
his'Wife Enid decided the UP
would best meet their financial
heeds.
Had I the decision to make
again, he said, I would still
choose the Up. I like it here,
I Uke a* part of the whole
mgfceup.
Staked in the top third of his
estfgr the law major has a 2.4
overall. Hoping to become a
polttfcian in the future, Allen said
helicoks upon the UF as 'the
moat-politically conscious camrus
haOVer been on.
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Eisenberg, an engineering in instructor,
structor, instructor, said the two basic prob problems
lems problems of establishing a faculty club
are money and interest of the
faculty..
If the faculty lacks interest
in the club, Eisenberg said,
then toe club will never suc succeed.
ceed. succeed.
The money for the club could
be deducted from faculty pay paychecks,
checks, paychecks, provided the person ag agrees
rees agrees to it, Eisenberg said.
Eisenberg compared the pro proposed
posed proposed faculty club to a military
club. Both serve as a means for
entertainment, he said.
A questionnaire will be sent to

Btudents here, he said, have
a terrific interest in campus,
state and federal politics, and
this is good.
After graduating from Florida
A AM in 1986, Allen served with
the Army as a first lieutenant.
In the Army he decided to enter
law school.
I applied for admission to the
UF just before X got out of the
service. It only took three weeks
for me to be accepted, Allen
said.
No Negro applicants are pre presently
sently presently pending admission to the
UF, according to the registrars
office.
Allen is 26 and the father of
three children. His Wife, Enid,
is a registered nurse at J. Hillis
Miller Hospital,

ail faculty members in the near
future, to find out if they want a
club, Eisenberg said.
From the results of the ques questionnaire,
tionnaire, questionnaire, the AAUP committee tor
the faculty club will determine
what type of clnb the faculty de desires,
sires, desires, he said.
WSA To Host
State Conclave
Problems of womens student
government will be aired when
the UF Women Students' Associa Association
tion Association plays host to a state con convention
vention convention of the Intercollegiate As Association
sociation Association for Women Students on
March 10.
e
Seventeen schools in Florida
and Georgia will participate in
workshops and discussion groups
in the Florida Union. Miss Joan
Odell, Assistant to the State Dis District
trict District Attorney, will be guest
speaker.
UF chairman Bonnie Naughton
said such areas of womens gov government
ernment government as rules and regulations,
discipline, and communications
between women students and the
governing body, including publi publications
cations publications like WSAs Coedikette,
will be main topics in discus discussions.
sions. discussions.
All women students at the Uni University
versity University may attend the functions.
Those wishing to participate in
the discussion groups or the
workshops are requested to sin sinup
up sinup at the Dean of Womens of office.
fice. office.

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WINTER INSTITUTE....
From left are Dr. Olle 1. Elgerd, director of
the Winter Institute in Optimum and Adaptive
Control System Theory, Demonstrating the UF's
analog computer to chemical engineering grad graduate
uate graduate student, Bruce Fairchild of Gainesville.

Peace Corps, CIA Set Interviews

If its a "cloak and dagger ca career
reer career youre looking for, or may maybe
be maybe a typist or stenographical po position,
sition, position, the UF Placement Service
may be able to help you.
Thats the, report .from Place Placement
ment Placement Service Director Maurice
Mayberry.
To back Up hi* statements,
Mayberry has scheduled inter-

Bridge Lessons Begin
With Famous Anecdotes

A man shot his wife during a
bridge game in Mississippi.
Mrs. Betty Jones, who gave a
complimentary bridge lesson, told
the prospective UF bridge s tu tudents
dents tudents of the Famous Mississippi
Bridge Hand case in which a
man drew a gun and shot his
wife during a dispute over bridge.
The man was never brought to
trial.
In another game, said Mrs.
Jones, a man dropped dead from
a heart attack over a hand of
bridge. The other participants sim simply
ply simply rolled him out of the way,
found a substitute and continued
the hand.
Still another illustration of
bridge players zeal occurred

views for students with rep
resentati ves of the PeS c o
Corps and the Central Intelli Intelligence
gence Intelligence Agency (CIA).
CIA officials were here yester yesterday
day yesterday and will be here today for
scheduled interviews with indivi individual
dual individual students. Conferences today
will be in room 210 of Florida
Unibn.

about three years ago in Kansas,
Mrs. Jones said. A sectional bridge
tournament was scheduled with
260 players expected A blizzard
swept the area and all transpor transportation
tation transportation was halted, but 255 of
bridge-playing souls managed to
show up for the tournament.
Mrs. Jones has been teaching
the class, sponsored by Florida
Union Student Activities Board,
for eight years. The course con consists
sists consists of free introductory lesson
and ten additional lessons. The les lessons
sons lessons are held from 7:00 8:00
Tuesday nights.
At present, course is unaccred unaccredited,
ited, unaccredited, but Mrs. Jones says she
hopes to get it accredited in the
future.
-She says many of the students
take up bridge for financial rea reasons,
sons, reasons, reasoning that it is much
cheaper to invite friends to their
house to play bridge than to go
out.
Mrs. Jones said bridge is a good
therapy for people who are frus frustrated
trated frustrated and maladjusted.


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Summer Trimester Brings
Benefits To UF Students

By NANCY MYKEL
Gator Staff Writer
Special benefits will be offered
to entice students into attending
UFs summer trimester next year,
according to Dean Robert B.
Mauti of Academic Affairs.
Through an attractive curricu curriculum,
lum, curriculum, housing priorities and an
adequate scholarship and loan
program, the UF hopes to effec effectuate
tuate effectuate the legislative intent, that
there be equal student enrollment
in each of the trimesters.
Dean Mauts outlined the more
concrete plans in a report from
his Schedule and Calendar Com Committee.
mittee. Committee.
More Attractive
To provide a more attractive
curriculum, students will be per permitted
mitted permitted to take courses in any com combination
bination combination during the third trimes trimester
ter trimester and either of the eight week
periods, according to the report.
The 16-week summer trimester,
beginning in April, will operate
alongside two 8-week programs de designed
signed designed for school teachers and
others with special interests.
Air-conditioned building lea
way toe legislature might
give additional support to the

About 20 students, according
to Mayberry, signed up for the
Thursday and Friday interviews
with CIA officials.
CIA positions open to qualified
applicants, Mayberry said, includ included
ed included document analysts, economists,
personnel officers, junior officer
trainees and secretarial and cler clerical
ical clerical posts.
I mzri
I For Statuot |
The ghost of Dr. A. A. Mur Murphree
phree Murphree in the form of the
Gainesville police department
apparently silenced at least two
of its tormentors last week, both
of them former UF students.
Charles F. Lindsay Jr., and
John C. Freeman, both last se semester
mester semester 2 UCs who were sus suspended
pended suspended from school after disas disastrous
trous disastrous final examinations, decid decided
ed decided to vent their emotions Feb.
12 upon the often abused sta statue
tue statue of Dr. Murphree, former
UF president, between the li library
brary library and Peabody Hall.
The red paint foray re resulted
sulted resulted in the arrest of Lindsay
and Freeman by city police,
who said the pair signed a
statement, saying both planned
to pull a prank if they flunk flunked
ed flunked final exams.
Lindsay and Freeman were
charged with disorderly con conduct,
duct, conduct, police said.
According to Dean of Men
Frank Adams, the UF took no
action because the two were
not UF students at the time
of their arrest.

program, the report sug suggeets*
geets* suggeets*
An abrupt change in cultural
pattern is being Attempted in
the new program, said Mautz.
He expressed concern that stu students
dents students do not yet realise the im impact
pact impact of the fast-approaching tri trimester
mester trimester system.
Recommended changes to begin
Weaver Names
UF's Lendrum
Housing Administrator Robert
C. Weaver has appointed UFs
James T. Lendrum to an eight eightman
man eightman advisory committee for the
Federal Housing and Home Fin Finance
ance Finance Agency.
Lendrum, head of the UF de department
partment department of Architecture, ia &
member of the International
Building and Research Council,
the Building Research Advisory
Board, and the advisory commit committee
tee committee for Building Research of the
U.S. Bureau of Standards.
A consultant on housing for
Time and Life magazines, Len Lendrum
drum Lendrum has served as a project
director for housing studies in
South America and Asia.

Starting salary ranges from
14,040 to $13,310, depending upon
degrees, experience and other
qualifications.
According to Mayberry, the
CIA is interested primarily
in students majoring in fields
Including mathematics, phy physios,
sios, physios, liberal aria, economics,
transportation, Journalism and
the social solenoes.
The March 13*1$ visit hy the
Peace Corps representative follows
a disappointing turnout Feb. 17
when only four applicantsthree
of them UF studentsshowed up
for a downtown Peace Corps ex examination.
amination. examination.
We expected several dozen
students applying at the very
least," Mayberry said. **l oant
really think of any reason for the
pooor turnout.**
According to Mayberry, his
office was hi charge of pub publicity
licity publicity and placed placards and
notices in living areas and on
campus bulletin boards.
Openings available in the corps
include secondary school teachers,
housing construction, English tea teachers,
chers, teachers, nurses, adult literacy, ag agricultural
ricultural agricultural extension and statistic statistical
al statistical research. World areas slated for
Peace Corps volunteers are Af Africa,
rica, Africa, Near and Far East, Latin
America and Southeast Aria.
Volunteers receive a living al allowance
lowance allowance covering food, clothing,
housing, medical care and miscel miscellaneous
laneous miscellaneous needs and a termination
payment es S7B for each month
served.

with the trimester system include
a one-week examination period
with up to four exams possible
per day.
Two- hour exams may be con considered
sidered considered by each college, howev however.
er. however.
New Changes
Proposed registration changes
include the provision that 3.0 un undergraduates,
dergraduates, undergraduates, graduate students,
seniors planning to graduate at
the en.d of the next trimester,
school teachers and University em employees
ployees employees bt allowed to complete
registration prior to the beginning
of exams.
Stricter registration proced procedures
ures procedures are recommended In an another
other another area, however.
Once a section has been clos closed,
ed, closed, it should not be reopened dur during
ing during the sectioning operation in
the gymnasium. It is felt this
policy will reduce the traffic in
students shopping for desirable
hours.
One non-compulsory commence commencement
ment commencement ceremony will take place on
the last Saturday of May or the
first or second Saturday of June.
Degrees may be swarded infor informally
mally informally when the student completes
his degree requirements.
The first trimester will be begin
gin begin Sept. 10, 1081; the second
on Jan. 7, 1963; the third
trim eater and first session on
April 39, 1963, and the second
session on June SO, 1963.
Dean Mauts said he hoped each
student would Inform himself as
to the trimester calendar.
Dames Planning
Annual Dance
For March 29
The University Dames annual
Sweetheart Dance will be held at
9 p. m., March 39, at the Holi Holiday
day Holiday Inn.
Quest of honor will be Mrs,
Penny Nlmmons, 1961 Mrs. Uni University
versity University of Florida. Five former
Mrs. University of Floridas will
also be honored: Mrs. Martha Fi Fiefferman,
efferman, Fiefferman, Mrs. Barbara Do S
Franklin, Mrs. Adalaide Few,
Mrs. Doris Oglesby, and Mrs. %
Jacqueline Orlando.
Ticket price is two dollars per
couple. The Vea-saTones will
play. Free babysitting will be
available. Those desiring the
free baby sitting service, should
call Mrs. Vee Meyer, FR 6-3068.
The Architecture and Fine Arts
Dames are sponsoring the dance.
For tickets call Mrs. William Lu Luger,
ger, Luger, FR 24993.
Cheering Tryouts Open
To Coordinoted Student
practice sessions for cheerlead.
lag tryouts will begin at 4 pun*,
Monday, Feb. 36, at Florida
Field.
Any student whs Is coordlnwA.
4, and has a two point avuaee
is eligible to toy out.



Reading Prof Warns:'Dont be Misled by Speed Reading Claims :

This article could be read in
less than five seconds, an or ordinary
dinary ordinary book in 10 to 20 minutes,
claims a reading institute which
demonstrated a t Gainesville
High School Thursday night.
*Dr. George Spache, director of
the UF Reading Laboratory and
Clinic, repudiated this claim.
He said such reading speeds
with complete comprehension and
retention is physiologically im impossible.
possible. impossible.
Spache is past president of the

Food Service
Sends Cooks
To School
A ten week food personnel
training course is under way in
the UF food service under the
auspices of the Alachua County
health department.
Some 800 persons employed by
the food service from floor mop moppera
pera moppera to administrators are en enrolled
rolled enrolled in the course. Classes
are instructed by means of pic pictures,
tures, pictures, films and actual bacteria
cultures.
Food service director C. B.
(Gay) Welbom said ts the em employes
ployes employes can see with their own
eyes it might ting a bell. Roll
call begins every session.
The training course meets once
a week, with one class in the
morning and one in the afternoon.
Employes are expected to attend
while they are off-duty. Classes
are held in the athletic training
room.- i
'
Borne of the sessions include
communicable diseases, food poi poisoning,
soning, poisoning, food protection, personal
hygiene and housekeeping and
pest control.
Instructors are all registered
sanitarians, two of whom come
from Jacksonville. Final certifi certificates
cates certificates will be awarded by B. C.
Pafford, Director of Environment
tal Sanitation at the Alachua
County Health Department. Grad,
uation Day is April 11.
It is all in the interests of bet better
ter better service, more efficient oper operation,
ation, operation, and a cleaner job, said
Welbom.
Students Vie For Grant
A $1,200 scholarship will go to
the winner of Florida Power Corp.
10th annual Scholarship for Lea Leadership
dership Leadership essay contest.
Related to the 1962 Land Grant
Centennial celebration, this years
general essay theme is Centen Centennial
nial Centennial of Higher Education. The
high school winner of the state
contest will be awarded the scho scholarship
larship scholarship at .either the UF or Flor Florida
ida Florida A & M.

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General Telephone has tripled its size in the test To help yoa grow with the company, the Genera!
10 years expects to double its size again in the Telephone System provides planned training pro pronext
next pronext decade. With expansion such as this, there grams, and encourages and aids an individual in
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International Reading Associa Association.
tion. Association.
Claims
The reading institute claimed
with proper training (cost: $1.50),
an average reader could in increase
crease increase his skill. .with complete
comprehension, from 5,000 to 15,-
000 words per minute.
The average college fresh freshman
man freshman reads about 350 words per
minute.
If we interpret the term read reading
ing reading to mean reading most of the
words on a page, Spache said,

W

Students Watch Glenn
The great white eye draws a crowd of stu students
dents students to the Florida Union basement, who wit witness
ness witness Lt. Col. John Glenns history making or orbital
bital orbital flight around the Earth.
Here, Glenns voice is heard on tape as he
talked with his fellow astronaut at the Austra Australia
lia Australia tracking station.
Sign on the wall tells the overflow crowd in
the TV room there is More TV in room 324.
The often vacant TV room was crowded
from early morning till Glenns flight ended in
early afternoon.
As Glenns flight began at 9:47 a.m., some
of the faithful viewers rushed outside to get la
glimpse of the Atlas missiles vapor trail barely
visible in the glare of the sun.

Union Board Plans Play
Wauburg Play-Day, a mass or organizations
ganizations organizations picnic will be held
May 5.
Sponsored by the Florida Union
Board Recreation Com mi 11 ee,
Play-Day involves mych may mayhem
hem mayhem in the areas of fun and

then it would be impossible to
attain reading speeds faster than
800 to 900 words per minute.
Sldm Reading
According to Spache, The hu human
man human eye can only cover about one
inch of a line at a time. Any
greater speed than around 900
words per minute involves omit omitting
ting omitting words and lines, the tech technique
nique technique recognized by most author authorities
ities authorities as skimming, not heading.
An assistant at the UF clinic
said the campus clinic only sug suggests
gests suggests skim reading as a prelimi preliminary

Day in May
amusement.
Marty Gallant, chairman of the
Recreation Committee asks all
those who are interested in
Play Day planning, to apply
at the Program Office (315) Flor Florida
ida Florida Union.

nary preliminary to reading. Skimming fam familiarizes
iliarizes familiarizes the reader vaguely with
the subject and helps him to get
an overall picture before search searching
ing searching for details, he said.
According to UF clinic, spoke
men organized skimming and
reading the first and last
lines of each paragraph only
covers about 20 per cent of
of the content of the material.
This in no way could prepare
the reader for a quiz on the mater material
ial material that he skimmed, Spache
said.

Professor Writing Text
Like A 'Story Book'

A new textbook is being writ written
ten written by a UF professor which is
supposed to read more like a
story book instead of a textbook.
The author of the new book is
one of the oldest instructors in
Businesg Administration, Dr.
Frank W. Tuttle, professor of
economics.
Because Dr. Tuttle has taught
economics since 1935, he is rely relying

Jr Colleges To Increase

A report by three UF College
of Education professors and a
member of the state Depart Department
ment Department of Education predicts
growth of junior colleges should
place them within commuting
distance of 99 per cent of the
Library Rents Pictures
Students may borrow pictures
from the University Library.
A circulating picture collection,
which contains reproductions of
Klee, Picasso, Renoir, Ter Borch,
and Kandinsky, is available to
students, faculty, and staff mem members
bers members for fees of SI.OO, $1.50, or
$1.75 per semester.

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ing relying on his experience to help
him write a more adequate ex explanation
planation explanation of economic develop developments
ments developments and relations.
His book, An Economic His History
tory History of the United States, is de designed
signed designed to give future economic
students a general understanding
of American economics from the
colonial period to the present.

states population in the next few
years.
UF professors making the re report
port report were Willis LaVire, Harvey
Meyer and Robert Wiegman, in
addition to James Wattenbarger
of the state department of educa education.
tion. education.
The report traces the growth
of the junior college movement
in the state and predicts an en enrollment
rollment enrollment increase from 21,583 in
1961 to 57,000 in 1970. According
to the summary, which was pub published
lished published in the current Economic
Leaflet by the UF S Bureau of
Economic and Business Research,
the number of junior colleges will
expand to more than 50 in 1970.

In experiments which we
conducted testing the effects of
a reading institute similar to the
one now demonstrating in Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, we found comprehension in
skimming was weak, said Spa Spache.
che. Spache. Average scores for a true truefalse
false truefalse exam were around 50 per
cent. Scores this high have been
obtained on true false tests by
mere guessing.
UF Clinic
The UF Reading Clinic, begun
in 1950 by Dr. Spache, has recen recently
tly recently begun offering a course in

Florida vl California

Possible Move Sparks Feud

A threatened move of the Mer Mercury
cury Mercury man-in-space project to Cali California
fornia California from its present Cape Ca Canaveral
naveral Canaveral site has brought a king kingsize
size kingsize rebuttal from UF scien scientists
tists scientists and engineers, who say
Floridas weather is better.
The UF answer this week came
in reply to a suggestion by Rep.
Gordon L. McDonough R.-Calif.,
who said the move should be
made because of adverse weath weather
er weather conditions of Floridas east
coast.
After several delays because of
bad weather, the Mercury space
iraft with Lt. Col. John Glenn in
the nose cone orbited the Earth
three times Tuesday and landed
safely in the Atlantic Ocean.
Advantage?
According to Florida State Cli Climatologist
matologist Climatologist Keith BUtson, Super Superficially,
ficially, Superficially, California would seem to
have the advantage over Florida
as far as the weather is concern concerned.
ed. concerned. California has more clear
days.
But Butson said figures show
while Cape Canaveral has an an annual
nual annual average of 98 clear days
and California, 172, the Florida
fog usually lifts early in the day,
with Californias fog often lasting
the entire day.
In addition, UF scientists and
engineers cite the tremendous
amount of funds invested in
the Cape Canaveral project.
The Atlantic Missile Range
took millions of dollars and many
years to set up, Dr. David Wil Williams,
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skim reading. This is for students
who have no trouble with norami
reading and wish to improve their
preview reading, Spache said.
Most of the clinics efforts are
directed at helping readers
who are having trouble with
comprehension and retention
at normal speeds.
The clinic uses a Perceptoscope
to aid students in developing pro proper
per proper reading patterns. It flashes
portions of sentences on a screen
in predtermined intervals to im improve
prove improve phrase recognition. It al also

fessor, said this week. You cant
create something like that easi easily.
ly. easily.
Added Thrust
Another reason listed by Wil Williams
liams Williams against the proposed move
is the added thrust available to
missiles when launched from the
Florida site.
In Florida, missiles can be
launched from west to east over
the Atlantic Ocean, thereby using
the earths velocity as its rotates
counter clockwise on its axis
to give the missile added thrust,
Williams said.
California, on the other hand,
would have to launch missiles


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ple sample book, lighting up portions of
the sentences at a time to guide
the eye in the proper path down
the page.
We can increase the average
readers speed to 500 word s a mi minute
nute minute or more, Spache said. Thbr
is an efficient, safe speed for col college
lege college wort?.**
Most people kre misled by
startling reading claims by speed
reading institutes, is that what
the institute is calling reading, we
know a s skimming.

toward the west with the earths
velocity opposing the missile.
An extra 10 per cent thrust
would be needed to counteract
this force, said Williams.
Comments from UF engineers
and scientists came this wefik dur during
ing during the first nationwide Institute
on Optimum and Adaptive Con Control
trol Control Theory of Aerospace Naviga Navigation,
tion, Navigation, which ends Saturday.
More than 140 rocket control ex experts
perts experts are attending the College
of Engineering-sponsored meeting.
Institute director is Dr. Olle I.
Elgert, head of the Graduate
Simulation and Control Program
at the UF.

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The Cultural Wastecan

A notice from WUFT, UF educa educational
tional educational television station, came into the
Alligator office the other day .
and wound up in the wastecan. The
notice told of a series of play&-of-the
week featuring the works of such
playwrights as Ibsen, Strindberg, and
O'Neill. The reason the note went into
the circular file was that our readers
the students would more than
likely not have access to television sets
on which to watch these programs.
* *
LAST WEEK the Alligator carried
a very large advertisement announc announcing
ing announcing a commercially-sponsored series of
Shakespeare's historical plays entitled
the Age of Kings. We thought about
the small number of students who
would be able to see the series.
Television sets are located in the
new dormitories, in most fraternity
and sorority houses and in the base basement
ment basement of the Florida Union but they
usually are most likely tuned to Bo Bonanza"
nanza" Bonanza" and Hawaiian Eye" than
Hamlet" or Eyewitness to History"
. and rightly so for the student
who wants jto take a pure entertain entertainment
ment entertainment break.
* *
YET this is a university campus. .
supposedly the most culture-oriented
segment of the state community .
a campus which boasts an educational
television station as one of its educa educational
tional educational attractions.
Things came into focus Tuesday
when the television room of the base basement
ment basement of the Florida Union was crowd crowded
ed crowded with students watching the Glenn

Rubbing Right Elbows

A plea by the campus chapter of
the American Association of Univer University
sity University Professors for a faculty club, if
answered, could do much for the
academic side of UF life.
Prpfessors now have little chance
to rub academic elbows outside of
their respective departments, leaving
the campus with distinct partitions be between
tween between academic fields.
* *
CRITICISM is often leveled at the
administration for a lack of coordi coordination
nation coordination of goal for the university
among the various schools and col colleges.
leges. colleges. A faculty club could do much
to set up a psychological network
which would, if used right, key the
university to a more unified academic
pursuit.
Students often find themselves
stimulated by professors in different
departments but are frustrated to find
that most professors share no cross
campus fame among professors. Stu Students
dents Students get the word" about the good
professors from each other but sense
a lack of continuity when being ad advised
vised advised by their counsellors.
**
THEN there is the morale point. If
professors did mix they would be able
to swap ideas about improving the
University and ultimately +heir own
lot.

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Editorials

THE FLORIDA ALIMaTOR

Fridoy, February 23, 1962

orbital shot. Students were so inter interested
ested interested in the news event that the
Florida Union had a sign telling stu students
dents students that there was more TV in
Room 324 of the Florida Union."
* *
STUDENT INTEREST in this his historical
torical historical event made us wonder if maybe
there might be a segment of the stu student
dent student body interested in the limited
number of programs cited as worth worthwhile
while worthwhile in Federal Communications
Commission Chairman Fred Minows
famous speech, The Cultural Waste Wasteland."
land." Wasteland."
Then we thought how we would
feel going to the recreation room of
Hume Hall or any other hall and twist twisting
ing twisting the channel selector to a philoso philosophical
phical philosophical discussion when the room was
crowded with study-worn students
wishing to watch the latest episode of
the perils of the covered wagon crowd.
*
ROOM 324 flashed in our minds;
There is a television set in Room 324
of the Florida Union. Why not have it
quarantined for special cultural and
educational programs so that the stu student
dent student who wants to see these special
shows can be sure of seeing it without
having to hurt anyone's feelings.
And what about planning the tele television
vision television menu ?
We would suggest having a com committee
mittee committee of the Florida Union Board set
a weekly schedule of programs using
requests from students. The Alligator
would gladly publish such a schedule.
It would be a relief to get nd of our
cultural wastecan.''

Plans for the new Florida Union
may not be able to include a faculty
club. Right now, we are sure Union
Director Bill Rion has about every in interest
terest interest group on campus asking for a
cut of the pie. If there is not room in
the new Student Union building there
are other possibilities.
President J. Wayne Reitz mention mentioned
ed mentioned the possibility that 4he south
wing of the present Florida Union
could be turned into such a club, when
illustrating the possible uses of the
building when the students move.
Regardless of its location a faculty
club would be a step toward a greater
1 University.
Fleeting Fancy?
This afternoon the Third Floor w ill
be about the busiest during the year
w ith candidates qualifying with* the
Secretary of Elections for the student
body election.
* *
WE WOULD like to wish all of the
prospective student government lead leaders
ers leaders the best of luck in the coming elec elections
tions elections and remind them that the cam campaign
paign campaign is not an end in itself.
We only wish the Third Floor would
be as busy after elections as it will be
in the coming weeks.

/
Here's Answer to The Untouchables'
... TV Sets, That Is
UNDERCURRENT
Minister Stages 'Great Awakening'

By JOHN GRANT
Gainesville High School waa
the scene of a "Great Awaken Awakening
ing Awakening Wednesday night. This po political-religious
litical-religious political-religious revival was per perpetrated
petrated perpetrated upon a mesmerized
audience single-handedly by a
Major Bundy, a Baptist minis minister
ter minister and retired major.
Rolling off an archive of fact,
inuendo and fancy, the major
descriimated these horrid Com Communist
munist Communist dupes who hide among
the ominous shadows of govern government
ment government buildings, campuses and
pulpits! According to Bundy,
the Communists have, infiltrat infiltrated
ed infiltrated these segments of society to
the danger point. You know,
the Philbrick bit all over
again.
Had the au audience
dience audience been
dent master of
iaughing up hi>
maintaining a
steady move- /*daut
mentor th. GRANT
lower mandible which was Her Herculean
culean Herculean in itself considering the
length of time it occilated.
Had the listener been blind
he would have heard a steady,
flowing vocabulary, gross if not
grand and well modulated, a
voice whcih had practiced the
theme so often that it was near
letter perfect. It changed from
a confiding, secretive voice to
a booming Elmer Gantry ver version
sion version when the speaker wished.
It was something out of the
eighteenth century.
What a strange image of rea reality
lity reality these anti-Communist lectur lecturers
ers lecturers have. Gainesville has been
witnessing an almost contin continuous
uous continuous display of them in recent
months, although around the
country more and more voices
are heard against them, not
the least of these the Presi President
dent President himself.
Bundy chose a winning combi combination
nation combination for these parts, an alli alliance
ance alliance with God and a blown up
conspiracy theme. Naturally,
any but the fundamental relig religious
ious religious views could not be tolera tolera'
' tolera' ted. Certainly anyone has a
right to belive Darwin was
but this man inform informed
ed informed us that interpretation of the
Bible in the modern manner is
the mark of communism. Biolog Biologists,
ists, Biologists, look to your microscopes!
*
One wonders at the images
inside the heads of the nodding
listeners, middle aged or older,
eager for answers.
What* wrong with this world
they dont understand. Conspi Conspiracy!
racy! Conspiracy! The college professors,

ministers, editors, et al, how sa satisfying
tisfying satisfying to be told that they are
all Communist dupes.
At UF, Bundy said a radical
had duped University officials
by getting on the Religion-in-
Life Week program as a major
speaker. Thi s statement was
sandwiched between charges of
communism and hints of the
great conspiracy. Who was this
radical, Bqndy said Copy
down this name, L-I-'S-T-O-N
P-O-P-E, Liston Pope. We are
going to send the University of officials
ficials officials proof that this man is
a radical! Bundy then attack attacked
ed attacked Pope for about fifteen min minutes.
utes. minutes. At the question and an answer
swer answer period after the sermon,
a student asked for specific
proof of Popes Communist af affiliations.
filiations. affiliations. We never said Dr.
Pope was a Communist! It
turned out that the radical that
has duped the University offici officials
als officials wa s merely a religious re reform
form reform interpreter of the Bible.
Bundy cited the Bible as his
supporting source. When ask asked
ed asked how to tell a Communist
minister from others, he re replied,
plied, replied, By the word of God.
This left the impression that
anyone who interpreted the Bi Bible
ble Bible in less fundamental terms
than Bundy was ipso facto com communistic.
munistic. communistic.
The capper came when the
question and answer time fin finally
ally finally came. Bundy would not
YOU WERE THERE

Wear Smile to Class,
Nothing Else Needed

By PAT CAULAN
Theres a small sign over at
the campus bookstore that reads
something like this:
TO BE WELL DRESSED.
THE BEST THING YOU CAN
WEAR IS YOUR SMILE.
if that was all a student wore
to class, you wouldnt find many
smiles, but just look at those
sheepish grins.
Even those instructors that
always talk while looking out
the window would break the
habit. The teaching profession
might become a pleasure.
No more
running off for ffl
higher pay!
Ah yes.
wouldnt the J
campus be- SBiKiMyBW
come exciting.
We would be become
come become realists.
Students M
wouldn't sleep V
through their
classes, espe. V ALI
cially the lab sections. Even
crowded classrooms would be a
pleasure.
AH of this sounds foolish, and
surely it would never receive
the approval of the Dean of
Womens office.
* *
r But something just as foolish
took place the other night at
the AAUP (American Associa Association
tion Association of University Professors)
meeting . very, very dull too.
The professors feel left out.
They want a faculty dub. A
place where they can play
games, drink coffee, and GET
AWAY FROM STUDENTS.
They want a place to dine
where waiters would serve them
exotic meals on pure, white linen
tab* aioths.

allow argument frdm the audi audience
ence audience (democratic style). Rath Rather,
er, Rather, he told the audience no one
had an argument with him, but
with his undisputable facts. If
you wished to press the point,
he was willing to wire Wash Washington
ington Washington free and set up a situa situation
tion situation whereby you might carry
on the argument under oath.
He suggested you write here,
there and yon for such proofs
as needed to convince your yourself.
self. yourself. I will not argue with
smart alecs, he said.
To further protect himself
from possible criticism Or ver verbal
bal verbal attack, he limited the ques questions
tions questions to those written on cards
by anyone in the audience who
wished to submit a card. He
then disposed of the questions
as they were pertinent to the
Communist conspiracy. Neat
trick. Even this was not
carried out for when he was ask asked
ed asked to name a gfcudenf whom he
claimed arrived from New
York at the same time as the
Operation Correction film,
showil Monday, he stated he
could not do so because an
investigation was underway
on the matter and we would
No doubt hear of it in the
near future.
The logical inference from
this is that the ADA, who spon sponsored
sored sponsored the film was linked up
with a subversive henchman.
Flattering, but fictional.

One professor wanted to know
if something more than coffee
could be served . The silence
was ear shattering.
He's a newcomer to the cam campus
pus campus and didn't realise the type
professor this campus fosters. A
real pity!
The professors feefl this cam campus
pus campus should offer them the same
facilities as the Ivy league col colleges.
leges. colleges.
Is the grass really greener on
the other side?
Professors . you are mak making
ing making a mistake! If you want to
get away from students, quit
teaching. Go to work for big
business. Become a BIG deal.
There once was a zoo keep keeper
er keeper that loved his work at the
zoo, but he couldnt stand the
animals. It didnt take the ani animals
mals animals long to realize his discon disconcent.
cent. disconcent.
The same holds true on tlns
campus. It doesnt take stu students
dents students long to discover a profes professors
sors professors lack of interest.
Youre not doing yourself a
favor by leaving the campus for
better salaries. You're doing the
students a favor.
Look at the professors who
have devoted students . fol followers
lowers followers . and admirers. That
type of professor has more than
one who leaves even hopes to
have,
Why not invite a student to
your home. Go to his. Drink with
him . coffee . beer . .or
orange juice (Bryant would like
that).
Do you want something to do
in this dull town? Do you want
a place where you can have
fun? Do you need a faculty
club for ail this?
Why not look at your followers
. there's your fun.

THE FLAIL

Miller Picks Cautious Path'
Down Matrimonial Road

By JOHN MILLER
Came I back from the honey honeymoon
moon honeymoon and to a welcome surprise.
It is that perhaps most of you
are single? At any rate my
friends (both of them) and I
have received many nice com comments
ments comments on last weeks attempt to
pick a cautious path down the
matrimonial road and these lead
me to try to continue.
Thus, todays column is entit entitled:
led: entitled: THE WEDDING DAY or
The Rude Awakening!
They tell me there is a longer
day in a mans
have to see it
to believe K. MILLER
The people Who devised the
hellish practice of marriage ce ceremonies
remonies ceremonies must have taken les lessons
sons lessons from those little dispensers
of Salvation who wore the black
hoods during the Inquisition. The
groom is not allowed to see the
bride on the day of the wedd wedding
ing wedding until she and her father
advance down the aisle toward
him in the middle of the cere ceremony.
mony. ceremony. Its just a devil of a
nerve-wracker, fellas.
You find yourself sitting alone
and trying to remember things:
(I) was she really as pretty
as you think? (2) how much
did you have to drink the night
you popped the question (3) were
you the one who popped it in
the first place?' (4) does she
have a wart on her nose?
And you dont think of any of
the answers!
Arrival at the church does
not help a bit. The guy you have }
asked to sing Oh Promise Me
shows up dressed in blue jeans,
with an electric guitar under his
arm, and then dies laughing at
the look on your face when he
enters the room. Then he goes
into another room, changes into
proper attire and (ten minutes
before the start of the wedding)
announces he has to go home
for his music. And he lives in
Tallahassee.
The minister is a great help,
too. He's the only cheerful one
in the entire building and he
keeps smiling at you as if hes
thinking, Ha ha! Another fam family
ily family for tithing! And your best
man keeps asking one of the
ushers for the ring and talk talking
ing talking to him as though he was
the groom.
The music starts and you
know the mothers and fathers
have been seated. The song ends
and it is time to enter the
sanctuary in this order: groom,

MANACING EDITOR'S NOTE

Advisor Board Change
Could Start Tradition

By TOM GIBSON
The recent student publica publications
tions publications turmoil has almost stimu stimulated
lated stimulated some interest on campus.
The Legislative Council deserves
plaudits for passing its hands handsoff
off handsoff publications resolution.
A few students have written
letters to the editor. Board of
publications member Jared Le Lebow
bow Lebow said there wifi be an
Orange Peel. Ex-Peed editor
up with any GIBSON
concrete proposals to keep the
controversial rib ttokfler on
its feet.
We certainly hope die eub
rosa proposals drawn up by a
Board of Student Publications
committee will be acceptable
to all. Committee Chairman Le Lebow
bow Lebow said the proposals will not
be released until the next meet meeting
ing meeting of the board in two weeks.

T H E ADMINISTRATION
claims all past attempts to
tone-down the Peel have ended
in slamming the barn door
after the horse is out. Some
faculty member* of import have
claimed past Peel editors to be
immature.
Well so What! Lets bear hi
mind that Peel editors have had
nothing but tradition to guide
them. So what are we gonna
do, assign a faculty member to
guide future Peel \ editors!
Pretty soon we would have to
form a Board of Faculty Pub Publications.
lications. Publications.
Besides, faculty advisors with
direct control smacks of cen censorship
sorship censorship And censorship and stu student
dent student publications at the UF
just dont get it. This journal journalist
ist journalist holds that student publica publications
tions publications are publications of the
students, by tbe students and for
the students.

TO KEEP the situation this
way, how about a board of stu student
dent student editors: A male student
who would probably be willing
to publish anything: A female
student who would be shocked
at the male students taste;
A married male student to com compromise
promise compromise the two. To be effec effective,
tive, effective, this board of student edi-

best man, minister. And the
second you are through the door
and in sight of congregation,
entirely helpless, you hear the
best man whisper under his
breath that the minister had to
go check on something and is isnt
nt isnt there yet. Either way, the
congregation almost gets to wit witness
ness witness a murder. If the minist?r
isnt there, youll kill him; if
he is, youll kill the best man!
Then comes a curious thing.
During the interminable time
when the ushers and brides bridesmaids
maids bridesmaids process, you can see no nothing
thing nothing and no one in the church
except four people: your par parents
ents parents and her parents!
Your father has an expression
that says but one thing: Im
glad I had a son and dont
have to pay for all this. Your
mother has a more sweet and
kindly thought. Her face is mir mirroring:
roring: mirroring: At last my baby will
have someone to take care of
him. (Her baby is 26 years old,
has lived on his ow r n since hes
17, and will wind up doing all
the cooking in the
because all the bride can serve
is crisp soft-boiled eggs.)
Across the aisle, her fathers
face is more menacing as he
thinks: You arent good enough
for her and cant possibly treat
her right and Im gonna get
you! And her mother? Ho,
fellas, theres the clincher! I
can hardly wait to see how they
set up home and help them take
care of the house and grand grandchildren
children grandchildren and oh! theres so much
I can do to take things off their
hands a d run for them .
etc, etc. and fellas, dont you
wish you were somewhere else?
All say, Amen!
But it happens and its won wonderful.
derful. wonderful. Later you and your bride
will curl up and read through
the ceremony because you won t
remember a single vow or n
single word you said, either of
you. And all the relatives will
complain that not being able to
hear you say the vows cause
you spoke too softly (tell them
to come back tomorrow and
youll do a shouted matinee per performance).
formance). performance).
And youll wind up hating
four good friends because of
the really vicious tricks people
seem to find to play on newly newlyweds.
weds. newlyweds. And youll find a greater
number of new friends who will
temper these tricks with kind kindness
ness kindness and concern.
And by some mysterious ma magic
gic magic for the following three days
of the honeymoon, waitresses,
clerks, people on the beach, ho hotel
tel hotel managers, et al will come
up to you and say, Youre
just married, arent you? and
youll never figure out how they
know.
Unless you look into her eye
Or catch a glimpse of your yourself
self yourself in the mirror.

tors would have to okay every everything
thing everything the editor-in-chief wanted
to print.
If this group of editors can cannot
not cannot decide on a certain item
to be printed, then why not
have them consult a commute#
from the Board of Student Pub Publications.
lications. Publications. A student majority
committee.
m
UF THE administration still
-fears an out-going editor will
publish material he didnt have
nerve enough to print be before,
fore, before, then install this board of
editors ait mid-term. Not at the
end of a term, but mid-term.
Surely U Peel material were
at the mercy of four to six
students, there would be enough
maturity to keep student horsee
in student barns.
Letters
No Bermuda
Vote Unfoir?
EDITOR:
Ours is culturally a democra democratic
tic democratic nation where a person has
the right to decide what he ehall
do. unless by so doing, he en endangers
dangers endangers society In which he
lives.
We believe that every man
has the right to vote as Ms con conscience
science conscience dictates and that his
vote decides* how this nation
shall be run.
A week ago the girls in my
dorm were called to a meeting
to vote on a proposal to re restrict
strict restrict the wearing of bermu bermudas.
das. bermudas.
Most of the girls were op opposed
posed opposed to tMa proposal. We were
then told by our WSA repre representative
sentative representative that it had been state stateed
ed stateed in a WSA meeting that If Ifwe
we Ifwe did not go along with this
proposal, Dean Bradv was pre prepared
pared prepared to ban bermudas com completely.
pletely. completely.
Needless to say. this influ influenced
enced influenced a large number of girls.
I have been told that mine was
not the only dormitory in which
this happened
We were told in effect that
our vote can be overruled at
any time and does x\o good at
all unless it goes along with
the administration.
I believe that either the
schools should stop teaching tile
students that we are living in a
democracy or should start liv living
ing living up to it!
MARY ANN C. LBTFORD
111



Reader Asks, 'What Price Censorship?'

EDITOR:
I speak of edition No. 26 of
the Gator. May it go down in
the annals of time along with
the other famous and infamous
editions with its own name.
Shall we call it the "Censorship
Edition?"
- Lets start looking at this
tfeing realistically. "Scope"
and "Peel" are (have been) stu student
dent student publications. The "F-Book"
and the "Student Directory"
WERE student publications. The
Seminole and Gator are still
Student publications.
SCOPE AND PEEL will not
be student publicationsif they

Only Artistic Necessity
Dictates Writer's Style

EDITOR:
While acknowl edging that
Frank Hannolds name is thus
correctly spelled, I would like to
add a few other amendments to
my statement in John Grants
column in last Fridays ALLI ALLIGATOR.
GATOR. ALLIGATOR. Throughout the admin administrative
istrative administrative comments on the
BCOPE censoring. I detect an at attitude
titude attitude that the writers and
Scope Picture
Evokes No Evil,
Student Soys
EDITOR:
The female employees of the
UF print shop have overstepped
their bounds. I find it difficult
to imagine how a certain photo photograph
graph photograph could be called "objec "objectionable"
tionable" "objectionable" by any one who opens
a magazine.
I have recently seen the pho photograph
tograph photograph which was banned from
Scope. It is presently on dis display
play display in the photo lab in build building
ing building X A woman dressed in a
fully buttoned shirt and long,
loose fitting pants, is shown ly lying
ing lying in grass.
Anyone who could possibly
think that there must be some
evil overtones to this photograph
must have a terribly warped
mind. I shudder to think what
Would happen to such a per person
son person when confronted by the per person*
son* person* at the seashore.
The above mentioned photo
does not attempt to evoke an
evil image, it does have an in interesting,
teresting, interesting, and artistically pleas pleasing
ing pleasing format.
So why should this photo photograph
graph photograph be removed from a publi publication
cation publication that is aimed at the high higher
er higher intellect, when every week
millions of people open maga magazines
zines magazines and see photographs which
are calculated to make the be beholder
holder beholder believe that the woman,
is an natural, except for her
"Bpring maid" sheet. This type
of photo i s definately playing
on sex and nothing else.
It is certainly amazing that
an institution of higher learning
could be composed of individuals
who would be blind to the artis artistic
tic artistic value, and see only the
imagined implications that are
made up by some oversexed,
minor employee.
EDWIN C. SYMMES JR.
4 ARF
Past Student
Sees Florida
Top School
I am a former student of the
University of Florida. I now
attend the Universsity of Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi (Ole Miss), and recent recently,
ly, recently, just before Christmas, I
stopped by the University otf
Florida on my way home to see
and make sure that I really
loved the University of Flor Florida
ida Florida as much as I thought I
did. As I set foot on campus.
I almost cried, for I realized
in two minutes how much I
had missed the school and ev everything
erything everything it stood for.-
I do not know if you get
many letters of this kind, but
I want the students to know
what a privilege it is to attend a
their hands. I know that many
of the students do not realize
what a privilege it is to attend
school such as Florida, for
they just take it for granted as
I did la-jt year. The Century
Tower bells were always a
symbol of the school spirit for
me. Also, the faculty, is one
of the finest. V - /
Three professors stand out
in my mind as great men and
women. If I may ment ion
them, they are: Pedro Villa
Fernandez, Miss Dusenbury
and a man who never taught,
me, but who is a friend of all
students, Dr. Carson. There
are so many, many people who
I think of so often as fine peo people,
ple, people, but it would take a page
to list them.
I do not wish to denounce
the school I attend, for I res respect
pect respect all institutes of higher
learning, but I know in my own
mind that one could never find
a finer school, with finer peo people,
ple, people, than at the University of
Florida.
When Florida plays Ole Miss
in basketball, Ill b e routing
for Florida in my heart.
CAROL liLOCH
F. S. I DO believe there m an

are publications at allin the
very near future. Dont fool
yourself into thinking the pow powers
ers powers that exist on your campus
and mine do not have plans in
mind for the Seminole and Ga Gator
tor Gator as they have aired for the
'pair of magazines. They have
expressed their view that the
publications should operate to
advance "the good public rela relations
tions relations of the University. (What
in the world do they have a
news bureau for, then?)
FROM ALL THESE frag fragments
ments fragments of fact we have at pres present,
ent, present, lets try to tie the past in into
to into the future. More than ever

editors were trying to "get
away" with as much as they
could. By contemporary stand standards,
ards, standards, the censored material con.
tained relatively little that might
what little it did was there
not for abscenitys sake, but
from artistic necessity.
I have this weekend re reexamined
examined reexamined the pieces in question,
and I am more than ever out of
patience with their suppression.
Paul MacMillans poem is a
droll work that in terms
commonplace among todays
student with the age-old
struggle between the visionary
artist and practiced minded
woman, a theme that endeared
James Turber, for example, to
millions. Miss Pearlmans ad adventure
venture adventure into the mind of a schi schizophrenic
zophrenic schizophrenic is, I grant, sick: but
so are many of our students
today apd so apparently is
the local administration, bludge bludgeoned
oned bludgeoned into a fog by the Talla Tallahassee
hassee Tallahassee penny pinchers. My
earlier judgment of Frank Han Hannolds
nolds Hannolds story stands; it is too
complicated to analyze in its en entirety
tirety entirety here.
I should like, however, to
make clear my conviction that
these three works although
of varying merit can only of offend
fend offend those guilty of the kind
of rapacious self seeking
these works admirably expose.
These authors are trying to
"get away" with as much as
they can only to the extent that
they seek to cast a merciless
light on those who sacrifice oth others
ers others feelings to their own petty
greed for power.
WARREN FRENCH
Asst. Professor
of English

United Fraternity Member
Calls Gator 'Partisan Press'

EDITOR:
I have watched the approach
of the student elections with
something less than enthusiasm.
I have never felt that campus
politics warranted the attention
they get, and the littering of
the campus with throw-aways
and handbills has alway g seem seemed
ed seemed to me a needless defacing.
Since there are people who con consider
sider consider these political campaigns
to be of some import, however,
perhaps this is to be tolerated.
But I am concerned with some something
thing something far more important than
the acquiring of a temporary of office,
fice, office, namely the integrity of col collegiate
legiate collegiate journalism.
I have watched with growing
animosity your coverage of pre preelection
election preelection proceedings and your
references to the possible candi candidates
dates candidates of each party. In one case
you have mentioned name after
name in a confusing array,
while simultaneously inferring
that the other party had a
candidate who was a shoo-in for
the nomination. You mentioned
in a lead article (front page,
right) that a certain Mr. Tric Trickel
kel Trickel looked like a cinch for one
partys slate. You also inferred
that the other party was very
confused as to whom to put
up against this stalwart. Upon
Praise Sells
GOP Status;
Not Blame
EDITOR:
R must require some mea measure
sure measure of bravery to be minority
group spokesman in our intel intellectual
lectual intellectual arena of Democrat-ori Democrat-oriented
ented Democrat-oriented Gatorville but the Repub Republican
lican Republican cause is sold short in its
maiden appealing the editorial
column (Guest Column 2-20).
The Guest Columnist drops the
ball for the cause by: v
1, Naive notation of politi political
cal political inconsistencies. These are
omnipresent in all campaigns
regardless of which party
plays the game.
.v. l Thoughtless attack of some
prolific minds, and their associ association
ation association with a pro-action involve--..,
ment group like the ADA., v
If the program of the Young
Republican is that of negative
trivia and uncreative slander
then there still remains a vac vacuum
uum vacuum to be filled by a truly
competitive party ; offering vi vitality
tality vitality and positive platform pro promotion
motion promotion (Can you conceive of
rising to the clarion call of the
enthusiastic proponents of pre preservation
servation preservation of the status quo?)
The Republican Party has a
big chunk invested in our Am American
erican American Heritage, but you cant
sell your product by knocking
your competitor.
ED aOLQMAN IAS

before I feel that the hiring of
an executive secretary to publi publications
cations publications was a step towards
censorship. That censorship is
already taking form, is it ndt?
In a word, alarm all free think thinking
ing thinking students to arm themselves,
lest their futures be the same
as the state of affairs cur currently
rently currently at FSU where the press
is muzzled and guided along a
milky-way by the all knowing
profs and administrators. And
this in the name of free dissem dissemination
ination dissemination of information!
All in all, I appreciated the
play you gave the press-muz press-muzzling
zling press-muzzling stories. Bold. Outright
At the least, a recognition of
importance. But what I did not
appreciate was the editorial
handling.
MY MAIN OBJECTION is to
the function of the student edi editorial
torial editorial board you propose. A nice
sounding creation, if nothing
else. But what would you have
it do? Turn over att ques questionable
tionable questionable material" to the
faculty members of the Board
of Student Publications? What
would that solve except more
completely remove from
students all powers of decision?
You would not even allow stu student
dent student members of the board (who
are at least tokens of student
mentality although sometimes
we wonder how much they do
represent students at all) to
have, a hand in deciding "ques "questionable"
tionable" "questionable" matter.
*
If you cherish democracy,
dear gators, if you cherish the
right to an education that is free
of pressures from without, if
you cherish these the right
of learning why and of learn learning
ing learning the art of making decisions
in the light of full and truthful
information you cher cherish
ish cherish these hard-won gifts, do not
let them be eaten away by
those who would rule the world
themselves, who would decide
for every man what every man
should know, hear, see or read.
They started with the pub publications
lications publications which are least adapt adapted
ed adapted to an expression of princi principles,
ples, principles, opinion and to leadership.
They are moving up the scale
toward the top, the newspaper
which is the embodiment of
free speech, opinion and leader leadership.
ship. leadership. Dont let them do lit in any
way, shape or form. It is not
a matter of giving them enough
rope to hang themselves with.
Once they have the rope
which they are currently gath gathering,
ering, gathering, they will use it to hang
you.
C.C.

examining the page further, I
encountered a description of a
possibly credible honor court
case in which a student had
suddenly turned conscientious
about cheating last year and
turned himself into the honor
court. One man, one worthy de defender
fender defender of our noble honor sys system
tem system labored in the small hours,
bringing the facts of the case
light. And who was this Sher Sherlock
lock Sherlock Holmes of honor and in integrity
tegrity integrity none other than the
same sfr. Trickel who just
happened to be the main to topic
pic topic of your lead story, which
just happened to be mainly con conjecture.
jecture. conjecture. How fortunate for him
that your paper decided to run
a lead story on his nomination
likelihood at the same time that
he was doing such a service to
the university. What a coinci coincidence!
dence! coincidence! How strange! How pre preposterous
posterous preposterous
A more recent article an announced
nounced announced with headlines and a
two column picture that this
same gentleman had indeed, as
you had anticipated, won his
partys nomination. At the same
time it was stated that the oth other
er other party hadnt decided on a
candidate.
It sounded to me very much
as though your story had been
deliberately written to make the
other party sound unable to
make up its mind or to produce
a candidate capable of opposing
Trickel.
I have had some experience in
collegiate journalism, and I can
distinctly remember the pains painstaking
taking painstaking care with which campus
politics were handled. It is very
hard to be impartial, but a
newspaper should either take a
clearly defined position or stay
out of the whole mess. Your pa paper
per paper has either been subject to
some very bad judgment and
poor journalistic taste, or else
it ha* been used as a political
instrument while remaining be behind
hind behind the mask of journalistic im impartiality.
partiality. impartiality.
I am convinced it is the lat latter
ter latter case, and whenever that oth other
er other party with its inadequate or
hard to choose candidate does
choose him, I shall vote for him.
I shall consider it a vote for
journalistic integrity and hones honesty.
ty. honesty.
f ,C. Douglas Taylor,
,V : 4AS V, >/., S v;
EDITOR'S NOTE:
We believe your fraternity PM
Delta Theta' will want you to
vote for the Hatted candidate
regardless Os 4 journalistic Inter Intergrlty.
grlty. Intergrlty. The Alligator intends to
be impartial. However, we do
not feel that we should restrict
honor court news nor fa to tell
the truth which was that United
did not have a saadtdate until
last week. We do not feel this
to be s reflection of your partys
candidate. We welcome criticism
of our election coverage, but are
aet sensitive Is purely partisan
srilMMe,

WE'RE DELIGHTED
. with the response to our news stories end
editorial comments. We ore happy to be able to print
so much student opinion and reaction.
HOWEVER:
... the letters in this edition ore too long. In the
future, when letters to the editor ore written, they
must be 300 words or lessone typewritten, double*
spaced page. If the letters we receive ore not the
prescribed length they wiH be edited to 300 words.
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EDITOR:
I hope that the letter from
C. Errol Hicks (3IED) criticiz criticizing
ing criticizing the recent showing of the
film "Operation Correction" is
not typical of the kind of teach teaching
ing teaching methods in which Mr. Kicks
is being trained. Quite obvious obviously,
ly, obviously, to any individual who has
seen the film, Mr. Hicks either
failed to attend the film show showing
ing showing or was too busy reading his
copy of the National Review
in the dark auditorium to notice
the sound-track (which was the
only element significantly chang changed
ed changed from the earlier "Project
Abolition).
RE THE SUPPOSEDLY "un "unanswered
answered "unanswered questions": 1) The
obvious reason for the American
CXvii Liberties Union (of whom
Mr. Hicks, in his amazing ad admission
mission admission of ignorance, said "who "whoever
ever "whoever they are) attempting to
expose this hoax upon the Am American
erican American people is guaranteed to
each United States citizen by
our Constitution.
The House Un-American Acti Activities
vities Activities Committee, although a
legislative body, has taken it up upon
on upon itself to act in a judicial
manner. This is a Constitutional
issue upon which many persons
would side against the HUAC
including President Harry S.
Truman, "T h e Washington
Post," the "New York Times,"
and even nowPresident Kenne Kennedy
dy Kennedy has said, "The legislative in investigations,
vestigations, investigations, designed and often
exercised for the achievement
of high ends, have too frequent frequently
ly frequently been used by the Nation and
the State as a means for effect effecting
ing effecting the disgrace of private per persons."
sons." persons." Mr. Hicks questions
the motives (not the arguments)
of the Americans for Democra Democratic
tic Democratic Action in showing this film.

Although this is, of course, ad
hominem argumentation and in invalid,
valid, invalid, I might note that I am
not and never have been a mem member
ber member of ADA, so I hope maybe
Mr. Hicks will not. put me on
his "suspect persons list" with without
out without consideration of my reason reasoning.
ing. reasoning.

2) MR. HICKS REFERS to
the students as an indignant
and noisy mob. Indignant, true,
but the question of their noisi noisiness
ness noisiness *nd their "mob" quality,
so fraudulently presented in
"Project Abolition was one of
the main points stressed and
clarified by the film "Operation
Correction." The facts still are
that the hearing was declared
to be an open one, despite ad admissions
missions admissions being restricted, and
that the crowd was not a "mob"
but an orderly group of picket picketers
ers picketers (Again, their constitutional
Right!). If Mr. Hicks had taken
the trouble to watch the film,
I am sure this "unanswered
questions" would be inexcus inexcusable,
able, inexcusable, particularly since even J.
Edgar Hoover admitted distor distortion
tion distortion hi the editing of "Project
Abolition.

S) The third question of Mr.
Hides again assumes the foots
to have been those false falsefled
fled falsefled in "Project Abolition." No
one, certainly not I nor the ADA
would be against the anti
Communist fight. The argument
is one over means, not ends.
Wt are all, I hope, opposed to
the Communists because of then*
Mr. Nixon recently acknowledg acknowledged,
ed, acknowledged, we cannot fight the Com Communist*
munist* Communist* with their own totali totalitarian
tarian totalitarian methods. We are against
the Communists because of their
own abuse of the freedoms of
the individuals as beautifully
defended in our own Constitu Constitution.
tion. Constitution. How can we defend these
rights by suspending them? We
must fight the Communists with within
in within ogr. American democratic
Constitutionally defined S3To S3Totems
tems S3Totems .of means, not with Com Communist
munist Communist tactics. If we use totali totalitarian
tarian totalitarian methods against our ene enemies.
mies. enemies. how are we different from
them? Our whole legal system is
based on the concept that it is
better that some guilty go free
H M is necessary to ***** area

one innocent. Would you reject
these basic libertarian ideate?
*
Finally, Mr. Hicks casts sus suspicion
picion suspicion at the-, Americans for
Democratic Action for showing
the film. Surely this is final cul culmination
mination culmination in the game of guilty guiltyby-association,
by-association, guiltyby-association, the well publiciz publicized
ed publicized argument of the John Bir Birchers
chers Birchers which even casts an in inquisitorial
quisitorial inquisitorial eye at President Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower and the late John Fos Foster
ter Foster Dulles. Is everyone who does
not agree with the opinions of
Mr. Hicks (who apparently does
not trouble himself to listen to
any of their arguments pos possibly
sibly possibly in fear of some sort of
liberal contamination; also un under
der under suspicion? Then that includes
me for writing this, and pos possibly
sibly possibly this newspaper for printing
it, and watch out, dear read reader!
er! reader! you may be next.
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Club Surprised By 'Primitive' Actions

EDITOR:
Posters of the German Club
announcing films or political
lectures have frequently been
scribbled on with comments, in indicating
dicating indicating the author really be believes
lieves believes a new HI Reich will
be created very soon and the
German Club favor s this devel development.
opment. development.
The German Club, like oth other
er other international student clubs
has been created with the obj objective
ective objective of organizing social ac activities
tivities activities and informing about
Germany, fts culture, etc.
We believe strongly that it
should also be its objective of
discussing political issues which
are (or should be) or more
general than only German con concern.
cern. concern.
The hatred which speaks
from the statements on the pos posters
ters posters does not encourage the
German Club to very much
further work. Even in a
time whenfollowing the Shir Shirer
er Shirer publications much anti-
German publicity is being
made in this country we are
surprised to find such action on
a university campus.
Furthermore these nocturnal
commenters like to cite Nietz Nietzsche
sche Nietzsche in connection with state statements
ments statements concerning the crimes
of the Nazi Regime. Like Hit Hitler
ler Hitler misused Nietzsches philos philosophy
ophy philosophy to a great extent, its com complexity
plexity complexity seems to go far beyond ~
the intellectual capacity of these
students.
Whether or not a whole na natio
tion natio including every single ci citizen-can
tizen-can citizen-can be held responsible
for what is done by an unscru unscrupulous
pulous unscrupulous dictator and his clique
remains to be judged by his history.
tory. history.
Young Germans today con consider
sider consider this to be a serious ques question
tion question and have shown themselves
to feel responsible for build building
ing building a better future in their own
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country. They also recognize
their duties in striving for bet better
ter better international relations. They
are willing to discuss this dark
part of the history of their na nation
tion nation alsothough they them themselves
selves themselves are not able to find .all
answers for their own questions

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Variety Band Appears

The Gator Variety Band will
appear in a stage band clinic at
4 p.m. today, in the Daytona
' Beach Seabreeze High School Au Auditorium.
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... w Appearing with the band will
be trumpeter Don Jacoby, who
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ing including the* composition written for
him by Bob Seibert, A Cake for
Jake. He will also demonstrate
rehearsal techniques, phrasing,
and stylings peculiar to the jazz
idiom.
Selections to be performed, in
addition to the Jacoby features,

will include stock arrange arrangements,
ments, arrangements, and special numbers writ written
ten written for the Gator Band. Director
Bauschka will premier an ori original
ginal original composition entitled, Cliche
Blues.
Variety Band director Conrad
Bauschka i s the Assistant Direc Director
tor Director of bands at the University,
and was formerly a featured
trumpeter with the U. S. Military
Academy Band.
Band personnel include James
Hale, percussion instructor, Jerry
Neil Smith, woodwind instructor;
Frank McGill, area trombonist;
Gene Bardo, string bass; Dick
Cecil, pianist; Gene Gris so n,
trombonist, and other advanced
students and faculty members.
Jacoby appears through the
courtesy of the Conn Oorp.
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Rory Calhoun
"Captain Chino"
John Payne
Sun. Mon. Tues.
"River Os No Return"
Marilyn Monroe
"Con Con"
Frank Sintara
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Dr. John Dunkle, C-21 professor, difference in time zones ground the
demonstrates one of the many depart- world.
mental props. This one is used to show

Darts, Lighting Show Students
Reality Behind 021 Theories

By STAN BROWN
Gator Staff Writer

The blow gun is aimed .
Poof . The dart trips an
electromagnet ... A can drops
from the wall 30 feet away .
The dart hits the can in mid midair
air midair as Dr. John R. Dunkle de demonstrates
monstrates demonstrates Newtons Law of
Gravity.

r
Rube Goldberg demonstrations
like this arent unusual in 021,
according to the smiling lectur lecturer.
er. lecturer. Dunkle said th e blow gun and
similar demonstrations help stu students
dents students visualize th e principles of
physicial science.
4 The more closely We can re represent
present represent reality, the better students
can visualize the principles and
problems, Dunkle said.
Cant Visualize
One of the greatest difficulties
students have with 021 is not
being able to visualize the prin principles
ciples principles discussed in the text book,
according to Dunkle. He said
once students learn to visualize
the problems, the course gets
easier and more enjoyable.
Some of Dunkles demonstra demonstrations
tions demonstrations are colorful, as well as
spectacular. In one demon demonstration,
stration, demonstration, the lights are doused,
an ultraviolet light comes on
Mid the wails and celling burst
into a purple, orange and gold
display of the stars in the Zo Zodiac.
diac. Zodiac.
When the C-21 faculty feels a
principle needs clarifying, they
create a rough model of the de demonstration
monstration demonstration and use it for a se semester.
mester. semester. If the demonstration helps
the class, Dunkle said he jazzes jazzesup
up jazzesup the model and adds the stunt
to his repertoire.
Dunkle said creating the visual
demonstrations is often frustrat frustrating.
ing. frustrating. After spending several after afternoons
noons afternoons sketching the Zodiac on the
walls and celing of the lecture
hall, a University work crew
came in, repainted the interior of
the building and obliterated Dun Dunkles
kles Dunkles masterpiece.
Students Curious
Students are basically curious
and have a desire to learn new
things, according to Dunkle. The

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more students learn about a sub subject,
ject, subject, the more interesting the
subject becomes. But, he said if
learning becomes a dull and ted tedious
ious tedious process, the desire to learn
can be destroyed.
I try to make C-21 interesting
by utilizing visual aids to help the
students learn the subject, said
the wiry instructor. Im enthus enthusiastic
iastic enthusiastic about teaching science, and
I guess my enthusiasm carries
over to my students, he said.
. C-21 is designed to teach the
students the various aspects of
the physical environment that
have Influenced the development
of civilization, according to Dun Dunkle.
kle. Dunkle. He said this knowledge is
essential to every educate d
person.
Dunkle started teaching at the
University in 1949. He said teach teaching
ing teaching science is not as difficult as
it wa s 10 years ago because high
schools are offering more science
courses and giving students a
more adequate preparation for
college work.
Latham Sets
Monday Talk
The group basis of politics is
the topic of & three-day series of
lectures here by Dr. Earl Latham
beginning Monday, Feb. 26.
Latham, appointed by President
John F. Kennedy to the Execu Executive
tive Executive Council of the Administra Administrative
tive Administrative Conference of the United
States, is holder of the Joseph
B. Eastman chair in political
science at Amherst College. His
talks in the field of urban pro problems
blems problems will be given Feb. 26, 27
and 28 in McCarty Auditorium, 8
p.m.

In The Dark

Cowboy Flic Said
Loser This Week

By FRED SCHNEIDER
Alligator Amusements Editor
When John Wayne puts together
a losing picture, it usually loses
straight down the line.-
'The Commanchero is a
John Wayne loser.
And so we sit through a picture
with a plot that resembles a cross
between Hopalong Cassidy and a
Marshmallow Sundae.
The elements involved are
strictly archaic.
There is the wrongly accused
murderer who keeps bopping Mar Marshall
shall Marshall John Wayne over the head
and escaping. There is the allur alluring
ing alluring woman element. Ina Balin,
whose performance is strictly
low tide.
The really corny part of this is
that she is the indominatable wo woman
man woman and is eventually going to
head a tribe of real no-goodniks.
She remains clothed of course, in
a light gingham jumper from
Saks.
Suffer
The lines suffer from didactic
delivery due to (most likely) not
enough rehearsals and a strictly
low budget production.
The type of
L. U. by' on
wfuJ Indian or- Inhn.jdon
row huzzah,
huzzah!
To all of this the assassinating
Indian offers: If they werent
paying me so well to run around
in this get-up, Id go back to
Brooklynwhere I belong.
To all of this one can only ask
why John Wayne didnt retire 10
years ago.
The Commancheros at the

Socially Speaking

Greeks Start off with Parties
As Lamba Chi Goes 'Mafia 1

The Greeks are starting out the
semester with a round of theme
parties.
The Lambda Chis are comme commemorating
morating commemorating their Italian bred bro brothers
thers brothers Saturday night with a Maf Mafia
ia Mafia party. Dress will be gangster gangsterland
land gangsterland for the men and dark pedal pedalpushers
pushers pedalpushers for the girls. Entertain Entertainment
ment Entertainment will be supplied by the Ro Rovers.
vers. Rovers.
Delta Upsilon will initiate eight
new brothers this weekend. Initia Initiation
tion Initiation ceremonies are Saturday mor morning
ning morning at the Catholic Student Cen Center.
ter. Center. The celebration is at the
Holiday Inn Saturday night. The
Versa tones will play for pledge
formal.
The Chi Omegas socialized with
the Phi Delta Thetas Friday night

Florida Theater thru Wednesday.
Rocco
At the State Theater the bill billof-fare
of-fare billof-fare is a little more to the taste
of the young sophisticate.
Rocco and his Brothers a
travelogue into various states of
depression, heads the bill.
Rocco is another in the ser series
ies series of Italian ID movies. Ev Everyone
eryone Everyone is completely oversexed
and undernourished. But who
cares about starving to death
its strictly a case of: What a
way to go!
The story revolves around Roc Rocco
co Rocco who is a do-gooder. He and
his family have moved to the ci city.
ty. city. Somehow the city is not pav paved
ed paved with gold and the whole family
degenerates into an oblivi ou s
mass of corruptionall of which
is partly because of a domineer domineering
ing domineering Mama.
A dramatic coup. Depression in
its most well-acted form.
Beautiful
Odysseus, Odysseus wherefore
art thou Ulysses.
If you are confused and ark a
C-5 student, you are among the
many.
Ulysses which is the Roman
version of Homers Odyssey, is
being shown Friday and Saturday
at the Florida Union.
What does one say when one
feels a lack? Perhaps, I feel
a lack. But even this does not
thumbsketch the movie.
Dubbed! Ah, thats a gem of a
word. The whole movie is a mass
of lip movement without sound, co coordination.
ordination. coordination.
In this type of movie one feels
he is missing the racy and
really juicy tidbits. For three min*
ute s of lip-movement we hear:
Hello, kid.
The color is beautiful. A round
of applause for the rainbow. -Two
hurrahs for Mr. Techniorigina Technioriginator
tor Technioriginator of Technicolor.
Kirk Douglas stars and in actu actuality,
ality, actuality, his hammy performance al almost
most almost makes this Swashbuckling.
But, one still feels the lack-

with beverage and pizza. The new
ly elected officers for the Gh i
Os are: Sandy Smith, president,
Sara Lynn Alday, vice president,
Judy Montgomery, secre secretary,
tary, secretary, Cheerie Morgan, treasurer,
and Flo Alford, pledge trainer.
The Alpha Delta Pis Marion Do Dolive
live Dolive and Sharon Sitesreceived
Panhellenic Service Certificates.
Ann Parrish is a candidate foi
Sigma Phi Epsilon sweetheart.
The newly elected officers of
Tri Delta are: Vicki Smith, presi president,
dent, president, Bobby King, vice president,
Ann Militana, treasurer, Johanna
Dowling, recording secretary, and
Peggy Neal, corresponding secre secretary.
tary. secretary.
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Melbourne, chairman of mens discussions; ? a point during informal discussion this
Shell Clyatt, Lake Worth; Karen Hack, recep- week.

"Moses In The Desert"

Graeffe Presents Oratorio

-By CAROLE BARDELLA
<** Gator Staff Writer
"Moses In The Desert, a spo spo|

Club Sees Clear Sailing
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room 223 of the Florida Gym.
Any one interested in joining is
invited to attend. Sailing know knowledge
ledge knowledge is not necessary.
bast semester the clubs first
activity was an outing on Lake
Wftqjaerg- Approximately 30 stu student
dent student participated in the sailing
fun, along with student advisors
and teachers, one penquin, one
suicide, two sailfish, and one moth
&§gt- craft.
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| spo| ken oratorio by Dr. Didier Graef.
fe, will be presented at 8:30 p.m.
[today University Auditorium, as a

I Southeastern Inter-Collegiate Sail.
ing Association, hopes to promote
l more sailing interest at the Uni University.
versity. University. The Association sponsors
t intercollegiate sailboat racing
throughout the southeastern Unit United
ed United States.
Other members of this organi organis
s organis zation are sailing clubs of Geor Geor
Geor gia Institute of Technology, Flor Flor;
; Flor; Ida Presbyterian College, and
i Duke University.
A form of sailing instruction
will be discussed at the first
meeting and a future sailing
date will be set.

conclusion to Religion-flln-L if e
Week.
Moses In The Desert is the
third part of a biblical trilogy,
written by Graeffe. The first parts
of the triology have been present presented
ed presented in previous years at the UF.
Daniel, performed two years
ago, won. national recognition in
a contest sponsored by Union
Theological Seminary and the
National Broadcasting Company.
The second play, Lots Wife,
presented last year in Gainesville
and Jacksonville, was preformed
with a new choreography at Ste Stephens
phens Stephens College in Missouri, Feb. 18.
All Is Spoken
The new work, Moses In The
Desert, will be spoken by four
soloists and a speaking chorus ac accompanied
companied accompanied by a percussion en ensemfble
semfble ensemfble and a brass quartet.
James Palmer will speak the
part of Moses; Betty Joe Edward Edwardson,
son, Edwardson, Miriam, Moses sister, and
Willie Reader, the brother, Aar Aaron.
on. Aaron. John Miller will be narator,
while Graeffe Will take post at
the conductors stand.
My purpose is to restore the
idea of the oratorio to its orig original
inal original intent which is oratation.
said Graeffe. This is the proper
art form to depict the relation be-
CENTER NEWS
RONNIE SUE GOODMAN
Gator Staff Writer
The Student Centers are not
turning in their schedule plans
to the Gator Office. We cannot
phone each center every week.
It is up to each Center to send
in the news to be published in
the Gator, by noon Tuesday.
HILLEL FOUNDATION: Feb.
23, at 7:30 P. M., Dr. Sylvan
Schwartzman, a professor at the
Hebrew Union College, will lec lecture
ture lecture on Being Jewish for
What? Immediately following
this lecture, he will conduct a
discussion. Everyone is invited to
attend.
BPISCQPAL UNIVERSIT?
CENTER: A six weeks series on
Christianity and Communism in
the World Today will begin on
Sunday, at 9:30 a. m. in Weed
Hall. Sundays topic is Commu Communism
nism Communism as Opposed to Democracy,
presented by Dr. Franklin Doty.
Psi Chi Sets
New Officers
National Honorary Society in Psy Psychology,
chology, Psychology, has elected officers for
the coming year: John Currie, pre president;
sident; president; Mary Kimmel, vice- pre president;
sident; president; Nancy Hooter, secretary;
Bill Greene, treasurer; and Beryl
Thomas, social chairman.
Installation ceremonie s will be
held tonight in the Oak Room,
Florida Union. Psychology majors
and minors will also be initiat initiated.
ed. initiated.

tween any leader and his peo*
pie.
In the oratorio percussion is
presented for emphasis. Con Contemporary
temporary Contemporary idomatic English and
biblical usage are mixed and
references are to modern places
and times.
Molds Crowd
The theme of the oratorio is
Moses molding a crowd of non nondiscript
discript nondiscript paupers into the chosen
people, according to Graeffe.
When the oratorio starts, the
crossing of the Red Sea has al already
ready already occurred. The job now is
for Moses to mold the chosen
people before they reach the pro promised
mised promised land. The oratorio is prim primarily
arily primarily taken up with this mold molding.
ing. molding.
A whisperthe word of God Godends
ends Godends the play, Graeffe stated.
Graeffe said each part of his
trilogy was written in a differ different
ent different medium. The second part is
a dance pantomime with narra narration
tion narration and music while the third
part to be presented Feb. 23 is
a spoken oratorio with percussion.
The trilogy, although in se sequence,
quence, sequence, is not chronological.
All parts are from the Old Tes Testament,
tament, Testament, and each deals with one
single great character who acts
between the people and God
Daniel, Lot, and Moses.

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'Mr. Lee'To flay
For Gator Hop
The first. Gator Hop of spring
semester will be held from 8:30
to 12:30 p.m. Saturday In the Bro Broward
ward Broward Recreation Room.
Mr. Lee and the Crescents will
provide the music. The Coed Club
will he open during the dance.
This is the first of nine dances
planned for the semester, accord according
ing according to Bil Finney, Gator Hop
chairman. The dances are for
the benefit of the student body,
sponsored by student govern government,
ment, government, he said.

On Cqvaf Footing

WOmen; New Careers Open

Women and men can be on
equal footing in the search for
jobs, according to a panel of
placement officers to discuss
Career Opportunties for Women
Feb. 27 in the Florida Union.
The Careers for Women forum,
to be held at 8:30 p.m. In Room
324, is sponsored by the Wo Womens
mens Womens Student Association (WSA.)
Panel members for the short
forum will be placement director,
Maurice Mayberry; Dr. Ruth Al Albrecht,
brecht, Albrecht, of Arts and Sciences; Dr.
James Carr, assistant director of
placement in education, and Dr.
William B. Moore, director of
academic counselling.
Dean Mama Brady will be
moderator.
Often women students will grad graduate
uate graduate with a liberal arts degree
to get a broad background, Dean
Brady said.
And then when they graduate,
they find that they are not pre prepared
pared prepared for any specific career. We
hope to be able to introduce wo women
men women students to new careers
Oyster Roast
Group Plans
An oyster roast in Austin Cary
Forest will be sponsored by the
Forestry Club for its members at
7 p.m; Monday.
Tickets are on sale in room
306, Rolfs Hall: Si for oysters;
60 cents for hot dogs and $1.25 for
both items.
Prospective members are invit invited
ed invited to attend.
A bus will leave Rolfs Hall for
the Forest at 8:30 p. m.

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Fencing Group Begins
Classes Next Month

Touche.
Shades of Errol Flynn will he
seen on campus Friday, March 2,
when the UF Fencing Club holds
its first class.
According to fencing instruc instruction
tion instruction Hunter Jackson, the club has
been in existence for many years.
Due to a lack of skilled mem members,
bers, members, it has been only mildly ac active
tive active in the last two years.

ones they might have previously
considered as for men only.
According to Toba Ulman, chair chairman
man chairman of the WSA Career Oppor Opportunities
tunities Opportunities committee, purpose of
the forum is to acquaint UF wo women
men women with and to discuss career
opportunities for careers in busi-

GROUP SCOOP
Swim Fins Meeting Monday

By SUE ROSE
Gator Staff Writer
dubs and organizations on
campus meeting this week are:
GATOR STAFF: Meeting at 4:30
p.m. today in the Alligator office,
Florida Union.
SWIM FINS AND AQUA GA GATORS
TORS GATORS : Production staff and board
meeting at 5:30 p.m. Monday in
Room 201 of the Florida Gym.
PI SIGMA EPSILON: Meeting
at 4 p.m. Sunday, in Room 116,
Florida Union.
INDIA CLUB f Meeting at 3:30
p.m. Sunday, in Room 212, Flor Florida
ida Florida Union.
UNITARIAN FELLOWSHIP:
Meeting at 10:30 a.m. Sunday in
the Florida Union.
KAPPA PSI: Meeting at 8:30
p.m. Monday in Room 218, Flor Florida
ida Florida Union.
PHI CHI THETA: Meeting from
2-6 p.m. Monday in Room 200,
Florida Union.
ALPHA KAPPA DELTA: Meet Meeting
ing Meeting at 7 p.m. on Tuesday in the
Florida Union.
AMERICAN FINANCE ASSOCI ASSOCIATION:
ATION: ASSOCIATION: Meeting at 7 p.m. Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, In Room 121, Florida Un Union.
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Our main objective is to get
the club started again, he said.
We want any students, facul faculty
ty faculty members, or towns-people who
are interested in learning to fence
to attend the class. No experi experience
ence experience is necessary and there is no
cost. All the equipment is pro provided.
vided. provided.
Jackson said that the olub is
also interested in getting in touch

ness, education, languages and
other fields.
The panel members will ex explain
plain explain the purpose of the operation
of the various UF placement bur bureaus.
eaus. bureaus.
An open question answer period
will follow the discussion.

SIGMA LAMBDA CHI: Meeting
at 7 p.m. on Tuesday in Room
208, Florida Union.
UJFt.A.: Meeting from 3:30-6 p.
m. on Tuesday in Room 215,
Florida Union.
DESERET CLUB: Meeting at
7 p.m. on Monday in Room 116,
Florida Union. Election of officers
will be held.
FLORIDA SPELEOLOGICAL
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324, Florida Union. Everyone is
welcome to attend.
UNIVERSITY LIBERAL FO FORUM:
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experience fencing as an in inspiration
spiration inspiration to beginners.
Once the club is organized, plans
are to hold local competition be between
tween between members, plus meets with
other clubs and universities.
Jackson, who has been fencing
for four years, said the sport is
quite safe. The foils used have
padding on the end to blunt the
point and masks are used to
guard the face against possible In Injuries.
juries. Injuries.
There is a great deal of mis misunderstanding
understanding misunderstanding about f e n c i n
Jackson pointed out. This Js
mainly due to Hollywood.
He said that when most
get a foil in their hands for the
first time they want to start
slashing around like they have
seen in the movies.
Fencing is very precise
sport, governed by rules and re regulations.
gulations. regulations. Jackson emphasised.
There is definitely no jump#
on tables or swinging from chan chandeliers."
deliers." chandeliers."
All fencing in America Is under
the Amateur Fencing League-of
America which is broken down
into regional divisions. If the UF
team shows success in its local
competition it will try to enter
the Southern Championship Divi Division.
sion. Division.
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T J. Dr. Reitz?
yV, By MIKE GORA
Alligator Sports Editor
Mississippi State has the best basketball team m
the Southeastern Conference, proven by last week s
UP Yet Kentucky wm represent the, SEC m the NCAA
tournament because of some antiquated laws which
prohibit teams from the great
from competing in tournaments which would make
possible the competition against Negroes.
We have often heard the Negro m the*outhU-
ed a second class citizen, restnctvie laws of the
type employed by Mississippi makes the SEC a sec secBy
By secBy sending our second best team, whether it be m
basketball, in baseball (as it was in the case of UF
going to the NCAA District two years ago, after losing
Uie SEC championship to Mississippi State) or ur any
other sport the SEC lessens its.chance to gam national
In*a recent election Dr. J. Wayne Reitz was named
President of the SEC. It would be a feather in the cap
of the UF president if he were able to perauade the
Mississippi confederates to abolish these self-discrum self-discrumtory
tory self-discrumtory laws. This would not be out of line for Dr. Reitz
since he is a representative of a liberal, Southern
state*
Three Name Question
The UF Gator football team is going with the three
team system next fall. Coach Ray Graves feels he has
the depth to go with the system that has proved itself
atLSU. .
The question in many minds is what will
name his threesome. Jake Gaither at Florida A&M
calls his teams Blood, Sweat, and Tears.
His second three teams carry the nick names
Faith, Hope, and Charity.
The Chinese Bandits has already been used by
.someone, and Albert, Alberta, and Old Albert prob probably
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Swimmers Away, Cagers Home with Vandy

Tankers In Georgia
Break 8 Records
By MARYANNE AWTREY
Gator Sports Writer
Eight varsity and pool records fell Tuesday as the
Gator swimming team defeated Texas A&M, 64-31, at
Florida Pool.

The 400 y a l medley relay
team of Dick Farwell, Jeff Oro Oromaner,
maner, Oromaner, Harry Wilder and Jerry
Livingston set a new pool record
of 3:54.5. Terry Green won the
220 yard freestyle, and the 100-
yard freestyle for a new varsity
mark of :SO.B.
Bill Grover took the 50-yard
freestyle, and Alan Lauwaert
placed second. Eddie Reese
set a pool and varsity mark
In the 200 yard individual med medley
ley medley with a 2:00.0, co-captain
Bill Cullen placing second.
Livingston turned in a 2:10.3
in the 200-yard butterfly for a
pool record, Lauwaert taking sec second.
ond. second. Sophomore Farwell splashed
to a pool and varsity mark in
the 200-yard backstroke with a
2:10.3, breaking his own record.
Texas Only Win
Texas only win came in the 400-
yard freestyle relay. Floridas co-
Captain Steve Mcride won the
diving event easily with 263.95
points, second place going to Lan Lansing
sing Lansing Price of Florida.
This was Floridas eighth victory
of the season, the only defeat com coming
ing coming at the hands of Florida State
last Saturday.
The Gator swimmers will face
the University of Georgia in Ath Athens,
ens, Athens, Friday, and will compete in
the Georgia AAU meet on Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday.
Hie Gators have swum Geor Georgia
gia Georgia 36 times, beginning in 1931.
They have wo% 29 of these
meets, lost 15 and tied 2.
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The Gators hold Florida-Geor*
gia meet records in the 400-med 400-medley
ley 400-medley relay, 220-yard freestyle, the
200-individual medley, the 20
yard butterfuly, the 20-yard back:
stroke, the 440-yard freestyle, and
40 yard freestyle relay.
Florida swimmers are likely to
knock down some of these marks
in the SEC meet Friday.
The next meet in Florida pool
will be Monday, against Miami.
UF Bowlers
Place Fourth
The University of Florida fin finished
ished finished fourth in the Regional Col College
lege College Bowling Tournament held
at the University of Virginia in
Charlottsville, Virginia. Only 30
pins kept the Gators out of sec second
ond second place.
Ray Martinez and Darrell Rohn
led the Florida team in doubles,
placing third in &e tournament-
Mike Hershehsohn and Alan Par Parker
ker Parker placed eighth in doubles.
Martinez finished fifth in the
tournament and qualified for Na National
tional National Tournament in Des Moines,
lowa, on April 6 and 7- Ray also
captured fifth place in singles.
Barry Reeble, Rohn, Parker,
Marines, and Hershensobn com comprised
prised comprised the University 6f Florida
entrants in the tournament,.

Orange and Blue Cage Teams
On Road To Tourney Crown

The first round and half of the second round of bas basketball
ketball basketball competition in both Orange and Blue Leagues
have been completed leaving three one and a half
rounds of bracket play before the semi-finals.

In bracket I PI Laihhda
Phi has a 2-0 record recording
wins over Pi Kappa Alpha and
Phi Kappa Tau. The lams beat
PiKA by a 34-30 count Monday
evening and came back to de defeat
feat defeat PKT Wednesday evening 34-
30.
In bracket II Sigma Nu and
Sigma Chi each have 2-0 records.
The Sigs defeated Kappa Sigma
Monday evening 38-13, and Beta
Theta Pi Wednesday evening 38-
29 to tie for bracket leadership
with 9N. The Snakes had defeat defeated
ed defeated the Betas Monday evening 32-
26 afd Kappa Sigma Wednesday
evening 44-29.
These two teams will square off
Tuesday evening for the cham championship
pionship championship of their bracket.
In bracket 111 Kappa Alpha
defeated Alpha Epsilon Pi 30-26
and Phi Delta Theta defeated
Sigma Phi Epsilon 42-25 in
games played last Tuesday

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SEC Roundup
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Maroons Lead SEC
Cats, Auburn Close
Mississippi State and Kentucky had to struggle on
Monday night, but both won to stay 1-2 in the tense SEC
basketball race. Auburn also won and stayed within

reach should either team fa]
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Mississippi State played Geor Georgia,
gia, Georgia, on the bottom of the league
with a 1-9 record but still had
to fight to win, 83-74.
Allan Johnson started hitting
late In die game and pulled the
Bulldogs to within seven points.
State held on, however, and up upter.

evening.
1 Also played Tuesday evening in
bracket IV Tau Epsilon Phi de defeated
feated defeated Theta Chi by a 38-18 count
and Sigma Alpha Epsilon defeat defeated
ed defeated Alpha Tau Omega, 32-25.
Games next week feature
PKA vs. PKT, SX vs. SN, PLP
vs DTD, and KS vs. BTP on Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday evening.
On Wednesday A*i V 4. PDT,
KA vs. SPE, TX vs. SAE and
TEP vs. ATO.
Blue League
In Blue League play this week
league leading Phi Gamma Delta
defeated Chi Phi 28-25 in a game
r played Monday evening. Other
Blue results include Delta Sigma
: Phi over Delta Chi 26-21, Pi Kap Kappa
pa Kappa Phi beating Phi Epsilon Pi
23-9, Tau Kappa Epsilon over Al Alpha
pha Alpha Gamma Rho 18-4.
Wednesday evening Chi Phi de defeated
feated defeated Delta Upsilon, 30-26 and
Lambda Chi Alpha defeated Pi
Kappa Phi 34-14.

The UF Judo Club invites people interested in partici participating
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organization.
. .Meeting each Monday, v Wednesday, and Friday be between
tween between 4 and 6 p.m. in the Florida gym, the Judo Club
is one of the most active of the many clubs at UF.
No previous experience is necessary, and club ad advisor
visor advisor coach Dick Reisinger conducts lessons for all club
members.
The club participated in invitational matches in St.
Petersburg and Jacksonville during first semester and
plans to enter further meets this spring.
' Club president is Martine Carrol.
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ped itg record to 10-1 in the
SEC.
Johnson had 23 points, high for
the game. Charles Adairuek had 15
for Georgia while Leland Mitchell
had 17 for State and Joe Dan
Gold had 14.
Wildcats Win
Kentucky came from behind to
whip Vanderbilt, the Gators foe
on Saturday night, 87-80 in Lex Lexington
ington Lexington before a crowd of 11,000.
Vandy led most of the first half,
but the Wildcats caught up and
went in front, 40-31 after 20 mift miftutes
utes miftutes of play.
Vandy tied the score at 78-78
with 1:38 to play, but free throws
by Scotty Basler and Cotton Nash
saved the day for the Rupp-men.
Nash had his best night of the
year, hitting 15 out of 31 field
goal attempts and 8 out of 12 free
throws for 38 points.
Auburn, a game behind State
and Kentucky, smashed Tulane
in New Orleans, 81-64, to stay
In contention for either the title
or an NCAA berth. Layton
Johns and Bill Chapman each
had 23 points for the Tigers.
Auburn now has a 0-2 SEC re record
cord record and trails State, with a 10-1
mark by a game. Kentucky is 9-1
and meets Auburn this weekend
in Alabama.
In other games, LSU outscored
Alabama, 60-60 as Lewis hit 22
for LSU. Bill Booth had 17 for
the Tide. Georgia Techs Recks,
who came to Gainesville on Mon Monday,
day, Monday, beat Tennessee 67-50 for their
fourth win in a row.
And, the Gators won a thriller
with Cliff Luyk sinking two free
throws with one second to play to
edge Mississippi, 63-62.

Tech Here Monday,
FSU Wins Again
By ROBERT GREEN
, Assistant Sports Editor
If the Gator basketball team is going to have a win winning
ning winning season, it will have to sweep the final three game
home stand of the year starting off with tough Vander Vanderbilt
bilt Vanderbilt this Saturday night at 8:15 p.m.

On the following Monday, the
Gator s will face an improving
Georgia Tech team and will close
out the season against Georgia a
week from Saturday.
The Gators ended their away
games for the year with a 79-
56 loss to Florida State after a
62 win over Missississi Mon Monday
day Monday in Oxford. This leaves the
team with a 9-11 record overall.
Vanderbilt will bring an experi experienced
enced experienced team into town with seven
lettermen on hand from last
seasons squad which tied Kentuc Kentucky
ky Kentucky for second place in the SEC.
This season the Commodores have
not done quite as well, but they
boast of the only defeat of Miss Mississippi
issippi Mississippi State this season, a loo loose
se loose drubbing.
Gave Cats Fight
They gave Kentucky a great
fight on Monday, leading early
in the game, and tieing the score
78-78, before losing 87r80. Last
season, Vandy blasted the Ga Gators,
tors, Gators, 77-60.
Guard Bobby Bland directs the
Commodore attack and is a fine
outside shooter. John Russell will
be at the other guard with Bob
Scott and Ray Clark at forward.
Ron Griffiths will be at center
Seagle Posts
Double Wins
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Georgia Slagle posted two ear early
ly early tourney wins to move into the
favorites position in the Off-Cam Off-Campus
pus Off-Campus Flag Football tournament.
The Seaglites blasted Newman
Tuesday afternoon 20-6. In open opening
ing opening round competition the New Newman
man Newman Club won a forfeit decision
over BSU and Seagle had beaten
CLO 13-6.
CSLO posted a forfeit win Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday when the BS squad failed
to show for the second time in
in two days.
Games next week BSU will
meet Georgia Seagle and CLO
will meet Newman on Monday,
with BSU playing Newman and
CLO playing Georgia Seagle on
Tuesday afternoon.
Georgia Seagle is currently lead leading
ing leading the Off Campus League.

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replacing All-SEC Bill Depp.
Georgia Tech got off to a poor
start but the Engineers have won
their last four including a 59
50 win over strong Louisville and
a 67*50 defeat of Tennessee oyei
the weekend. Tech is just be behind
hind behind the Gatoors in league stand standings
ings standings with a 4-7 record.
Mike Thomasovich* Techs
fine 6-4 forward leads the
Recks with a 13.3 average. Cap Captain
tain Captain -forward Josh Powell is se second
cond second with a 10.4 average in 22
games. Guards will be John
Cher and John Herbert with 6-
6 Alan Nass at center.
The Gators games this week
were a study in contrast. On
Monday night, Cliff Luyk hit two
free throws with one second left
to beat Mississippi, 63-82. Against
Florida State in Tallahassee, the
Gators never had a chance as the
fired-up Seminoles smashed the
UF five for the second time
this year, 79-56.
Luyk had 25 points against the
Rebels and set up the winning
free throws on a driving layup at attempt
tempt attempt after the Rebs had taken
the lead with 12 seconds to go.
Morrison had 13 points including
all 10 of the Gators points dur during
ing during one period of play.
Against State, Luyk had 21 and
Morrison had 19. State led at
halftime 36-26 and had a 30 point
lead at one time during the sec second
ond second half. The Seminoles were un unstopable
stopable unstopable using a combination of
fast breaks and deadly accuracy
from the floor.
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