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Volume 54, Number 33

UF Debaters
Sharpen Wits
Oraters Seek Verbal Victory
Over North Texas University
By 808 FISHER
Gator Staff Writer
First-string members of the UF debate squad Bill Big Biglow
low Biglow and Joe Fleming have sharpened their oratorical
skills this week in preparation for a nationally-televised
clash with North Texas State University debate team in
New York Saturday.
NBCs half-hour TV series Championship Debate is
pitting 16 top teams from all over the United States in
an elimination tournament. The winner will be determin determined
ed determined March 24. The U.S. winner will debate a team from
the British Debate Society in April.

The show will be televised at
12:80 p. m. (EST).
The network has assigned UF
the negative side of the argument:
"Resolved that the United States
Should remove all tariff bar barriers."
riers." barriers."
Biglow and Fleming will go
before an audience of mini minions
ons minions of TV viewers to speak about,
debate and defend their position
on one of the hottest issues of the
yearin a period of no more
than 13 minutes.
Well might they understand
what Woodrow Willson meant when
a friend asked him how long he
would prepare for a ten-minute

Students Set
Purim Carnival
By TOVA LEVINE
Gator Staff Writer
The second annual Hillel Purim
carnival will be presented Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, March 11 in the street and
courtyard of the Hillel Founda Foundation.
tion. Foundation.
The carnivtl, commemorating
the Jewish festival, will last from
4-8 p.m. and will feature booths
sponsored by fraternities, sorori sororities,
ties, sororities, and other groups.
Valuable prizes will be given
away, compliments of Gainesville
merchants. There will be a varie variety
ty variety of refreshments, including ko kosher
sher kosher hot dogs, soft drinks, can candied
died candied apples, and hamantoshen,
a poppy seed cookie. There will
also be a popcorn concession
stand.
One of the main features of the
carnival is the booth where facul faculty
ty faculty members may douse their stu students
dents students with water. Another popu popular
lar popular feature is the cake walk in
which the winner walks away with
his favorite home-made cake.
Immediately following the car carnival,
nival, carnival, from 8-10, Mr. Lee and
the Crescents will play for the
Purim dance inside the building.
All proceeds will be donated to
charity.
Friday evening Sabbath services
will he held at 7:30. Anyone who
wishes to help decorate for the
carnival should come to the Hillel
house Sunday at noon. There will
be no brunch Sunday morning.
The Hillel building, located at
18 N.W. 18th Street, is open from
741 Monday through Thursday
evenings.

Part-Time Cvftvre

'Wasteland' Sprouts Antenna
Only for a Few Hours Weekly

By DAVID LAWRENCE JR.
Gator Staff Writer
(See Editorial Page 4)
The UFs cultural wasteland is bar barren
ren barren no longer.
For three and one half hours a week,
that is.
Florida Union officials this week ob obtained
tained obtained the use of a television set on Tues Tuesdays
days Tuesdays and Fridays so students may watch
the Play of the Week and The Age
of Kings series.
Students will be able to view Un Uneasy
easy Uneasy Lies the Head, on educational
television station WUFT, Channel 5, to tonight
night tonight at 9 p.m. in room 324 of the Flori Florida
da Florida Union.
Tuesday viewing is limited to the
Play of the Week series at 9 p.m.
Total weekly viewing t ; me is three
hours and one half, split between the
90-minute Age of Kings spectaculars
and the
Prompted by Ed : *oria!
The move was proposed by the Flori Florida
da Florida Alligator in a Feb. 27 editorial,
which called for a television set placed
in the Florida Union for educational
viewing.
The television set, tuned only to Chan Channel
nel Channel 5, is a borrowed one obtained from
the Florida Unions fourth floor resi residence
dence residence area.
Tuesday viewing will be limited, how howtver,
tver, howtver, since room 324 is also reserved for

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speech. **Oh, about two weeks,"
1 said the President. "How long
would you take to prepare for a
two-hour speech, continued the
Shocked friend. *Tm ready for
that right now," said Wilson.
1 In preparation the whole squad
has been gathering material and
Interviewing UF professors. To To-1
-1 To-1 gether, Bill and Joe have devot devot-1
-1 devot-1 ed over 50 hours of concentrat concentrated
ed concentrated study to the subject.
"To debate successfully you
have to study everything availa available
ble available on the subject, try and figure
out what strategy the other team
will use and, above all, have
lots of experience," said Bill.
And Experience they have
Both started debating in high
schoolJoe eight years ago in Mi Miami
ami Miami Beach and Bill seven years
ago in Orlando. They estimate a
combined 1,200 to 1,600 meets in
their lifetimes.
Are they "shook up over hav having
ing having to debate on TV over a na nation-wide
tion-wide nation-wide hookup?
Bit Scared
"I know we will be scared at
first, said Joe, "but debating
has become such a reflex ac action,
tion, action, I know we will come
through.
"Its not a completely new
thing for us, said Bill, "we have
debated a couple of times on edu educational
cational educational TV s hows. "But to make
sure we will feel comfortable in
a studio atmosphere we have had
some dry-run debates with other
member s of the squad in the stu studios
dios studios of WUFT.
If Bill and Joe win this
match, they will be Invited
back for one and possible two
semi-final contests. The win winners
ners winners of these matches will com compete
pete compete in a final U. 8. contest
March 24.
(Continued on Page THREE)

UF Opposes City Rezoning
Os SAE, PKP Property

By BILL DOWLING
Gator Staff Writer
Two UF fraternities asked the
Gainesville City CouncU Monday
night to study the possibility of
rezoning the area at 13th St. and

Checks Quash
Party Rumor
A rumor that a political party
worker was attacked in Hume
Hall Wednesday night was
squashed through checks with
the Infirmary and Hume Hall
resident counselor.
Resident Counselor Bob Hen Hendry
dry Hendry said yesterday the rumor
should be "heard with serious
doubt." In the past when an in incident
cident incident akin to the one being
rumored took place, one side
would start to make a gireat
deal of hay about it and start
filing charges."
Checks with the infirmary and
the Health Center revealed no
knowledge about file alledged in incident.
cident. incident.
At press time no charges had
been filed.
"Nobody even knows the
boys name, if there Is one," a
party leader said.

Canaveral's Col. Powers
Climaxes Comm Week

Col. John A. (Shorty) Powers, :
information officer for Project
Mercury at Cape Canaveral
will be the final Communications
Week speaker at the Florida So Society
ciety Society of Editors (FSE) dinner Sat Saturday
urday Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at the Holiday
Inn.
Todays program includes a
speech by Phil Newsome, for foreign
eign foreign news analyst for United Press
International (UPI) at 8:35 a.m.
in the Hub. Stan Swinton, direc director
tor director of World Service for Associa Associated
ted Associated Press (AP) will talk at an

University Ave. from general re residence
sidence residence (R-5) to general business
(B-2).
Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Pi
Kappa Phi, the two fraternities
involved, are asking for the zon-

Legislative and Freshmen Council ses sessions.
sions. sessions. Because of a Legislative Council
meeting next Tuesday, the Play of the
Week will not be presented.
For students who feel classes and
homework already fill the cultural
gap, the Union plans to continue mak making
ing making available a television set in the Flor Florida
ida Florida Union recreation room, which \is
primarily used for network television
viewing.
Maybe Permanent
According to Project Coordinator Sid
Matthews of the Florida Union, if an another
other another television set is obtained, the Un Union
ion Union will reserve a special viewing room
and do the set wiring.
If we had another set, Matthews
said, it would make available many
more programs of a high caliber.
The maior ouestions still remains,
however. Nobody knows exactly where
another televi*v>" set will come from.
Shakespeare
Tonights presentation of the excerpt
from Shakespeares Henry IV, Part
11. Acts three, four and five, will be fol followed
lowed followed later this month by sections from
Henry V and Henry VI.
Included in this months Play of the
Week presentations will be Legend
of Lovers with PiDer Laurie and Robert
Loggia on March 20. and Medea star starring
ring starring Dame Judith Anderson on March
27.

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University of Florida, Gainesville Friday, March 9,1962

debate Monday in University Auditorium. At left,
unaffiliated hopeful John Grant answers question
thrown by Student Partys Bill Trickel. At right, Unit*
eds Jackson Brownlee outlines party platform.

300 Hear Candidates
Argue Platforms, Ideas

By BILL CURRY
Gator Editor-in-Chief
More than 300 students
heard the United and Stu Student
dent Student Party platforms read
and debated in University
Auditorium Monday night.
What was billed as a

11:50 &.m. luncheon sponsored by
the Florida Daily Newspaper As Association
sociation Association and the Florida Press
Association.
"Journalism In Retrospect"
will be discussed by a panel
of Journalism School alumni
including Malcolm Johnson, ex executive
ecutive executive editor, Tallahassee De Democrat;
mocrat; Democrat; Frank Karel 111. Miami
Herald; Fred Smith, Tampa
Tribune; and moderator H. G.
(Buddy) Davis, associate pro professor
fessor professor of journalism at the UF.
(Continued On Page TWO)

ing changes in hopes that it will
increase the sales value of theii
property.
SAE President Tom Donahoo
said the SAEs are planning to
sell their house and move to a
new location on fraternity row In
the fall of next ye&r.
We havent decided what type
of business we will sell to if the
rezoning is changed to business,
said Donahoo. But any action
we take will be in closest coop cooperation
eration cooperation with the interests of the
UF.
Not Suitable
Attorney William B. Watson Jr.
representing the fraternities at
Monday nights council meeting,
said because of the growth of
Gainesville and the increased traf traffic
fic traffic around the area in question,
the location is no longer suitable
for fraternity use.
However, Dr. Harry M. Phil Philpott,
pott, Philpott, UF Vice-President said that
the UF is against anything that
will endanger the value of the oth other
er other fraternity houses in that area.
Philpott said that ten yean
ago a 2W ft. buffer (non-busi (non-business)
ness) (non-business) mono was established by
city planners to preserve the
beauty of the area surround surrounding
ing surrounding the UF campus, and protect
students from heavily con congested
gested congested traffic.
The only area left open to bus business
iness business was along the Gold Coast
which was a business district be before
fore before the buffer zone was estab established.
lished. established.
Value Increase
Pi Kappa Phi Treasurer Grant
Sabin said that if their lot were
rezoned to business the value of
their property would increase to
at least $50,000.
If the rezoning isnt changed
to business, Sabin said, we will
not be able to sell our house for
enough money to enable us to
move to another location.
Donahoo said the SAEs face
a similar situation.
Possible solutions that would
meet the residents approval of
the surrounding area have not
yet been formally proposed.

presidential candidates

Presidential debate by the
Freshman Council was dom dominated
inated dominated by a discussion of the
two party platforms with
unaffiliated candidate John
Grant prompting the discus discussion.
sion. discussion.
The three candidates each gave
a ten minute speech and then
answered questions by the other
two candidates. Grant gave glimp glimpses
ses glimpses of his liberal platform and
pledged to take stands as a stu student
dent student government leader only
after the students indicated by poflll
that they favored them.
He stressed integration and
academic freedom requiring
stands.
Student Party candidate Bin
Tricked asked Grant what he
would do about integration if he
were student body president.
Grant said he would set up a com committee
mittee committee of advisors and poll stu student
dent student opinion before acting.
TrickeTs speech attacked the
United Party for its partisan pol politics
itics politics in blocking Student Party
Administration platform meas measures
ures measures in the Legislative Council Councilithis
ithis Councilithis year. He also defended the
Bullock administration from
changes in a United Party worker
information sheet. The sheet
stated Bullock cabinet members
were incompetent.
United Partys candidate Jack Jackson
son Jackson Brownlee asked Tricked what
problems he expected under the
trimester system. Tricked stressed
the need for a fuH-fledged sum summer
mer summer trimester student government
above other measures.
Brownlee called for an open opening
ing opening of channels to student govern government
ment government in his 10-minute talk. He
said the issue was not which phut phutform
form phutform was best but rather which
candidate could accomplish it.
If you want a hands-oflf stu student
dent student government, vote Student,
not United, he said.
Brownlee said he felt students
should express their opinions on

Sororities Present Sing
Tonight in Auditorium

Thirteen UP sororities will pre present
sent present the 11th Panhellenic Sing
tonight in the University Audi Auditorium
torium Auditorium at 7. The cost is twenty twentyfive
five twentyfive cents per person.
All proceeds will go towards the
support of Panhellenics scholar scholarship
ship scholarship and Korean orphan fund.
The presentation will be in the
form of a revue, rather than a
contest. In the past a trophy was
awarded to the outstanding sor sorority.
ority. sorority. There will be a variety of
musical numbers, including solos,
group performances and dances.

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Bullock Answers
Critics Monday

President Challenges SG Opponents 1
To Debate Administrative record

By DAVID WEST
Gator Executive Editor
Put up or shut up, prove
or remain silent, Student
Body President Bruce Bul Bullock
lock Bullock said Wednesday chal challenging
lenging challenging any party, candi candidate
date candidate or individual to come
to the Plaza of the Ameri Americas
cas Americas Monday at 8 p.m.
The statement leveled in a let letter
ter letter delivered to dorm residents
was in response to United Party
claims of "an ineffective student
Government during the past year.


academic freedom to the legisla legislators
tors legislators when Grant asked him how
he felt about the Johns Commit Committee
tee Committee and academic freedom.
A short question-answer session
from the audience fallowed with
the same question directed to
both Brownlee Mid Trick el draw drawing
ing drawing laughs.
They were asked, "Why should
I vote for you rather than other
candidates when you affl stand for
the same thing's?"
Brownlee said he feltt the peo people
ple people in Yds party were the answer.
"The candidate isnt as important
as the people who hove his ear,"
he said.
Trickel said the question was in invalid
valid invalid because he felt all the can candidates
didates candidates "didnt stand for the same
things. He also said his partys
candidates had more experience.

Kerns New
Information
Officer At UF

W. H. (Hoke) Kerns has been
appointed Director of Informa Informational
tional Informational Services at the University
of Florida, President J. Wayne
Reitz announced today.
A member of the University
staff since 1954, Kerns was prev previously
iously previously Head of Health Center Re Relations
lations Relations at the Universitys J. Hillis
Miller Health Center. He will as assume
sume assume the new post immediately.
The newly created position, Dr.
Reitz said, will replace the one
previously held by Alien O.
Skaggs Jr., News Bureau Direc Director,
tor, Director, who resigned recently to be become
come become Director of Public Rela Relations
tions Relations at Silver Springs.
(Continued On Page TWO)

Each sorority Is entitled to
eight minutes. The program will
be directed by emcee Tommy
Kennington, Phi Kappa Tau.
The Sing is sponsored to raise
money for the support of Lee
Choon Ja, a IS-year old Korean
girl, adopted lour years ago by
the Panhellenic Council.
Sing proceeds will also be put
into the scholarship fund for UF
women, both independent and sor sorority.
ority. sorority.
Chairman of Panhellenic Sing is
Diane Rudenberg, Delta Phi Ep Epsilon.
silon. Epsilon.

United Party distributed a paper
Wednesday night accusing Bullock
of "42 fOigotten promises in his
operation of Student Government.
"When Bullock speaks of politi political
cal political devises, it is notable that he
hasnt forgotten file saying when
in doubt attack, said Mac Mel Melvin,
vin, Melvin, United Party chairman.
"But he should have remem remembered
bered remembered there is another cliche
when in doubt dont," Melvin
added.
Both Ready
Ron LaFace, student Party
chairman said, "I am curious to
see whether the United Party will
dare to accept the challenge of
Bruce Bullock to meet with him
face to face.
"If Bullock really intends to
come, we will have someone
there, Melvin said,
meeting will give Bruce the op opportunity
portunity opportunity to refute the many mis misleading
leading misleading statements and half truths
United has been spreading about
the Bullock administration, La-
Face said.
Campaign Hinges
"The campaign hinges," the
United Party chairman said, "on
the ability of a candidate elected
to carry out his platform. Because
the Student and United platforms
are so similar this should raise


Council Gives OK
To Board Hopeful

By JACK HORAN
Gator News Editor
A special election law was en enacted
acted enacted by the Legislative Council
to allow Board of Student Publi Publications
cations Publications candidate Homer Spencfe
to be placed on the spring elec election
tion election ballot.
In an unprecedented move, the
council Tuesday night unanimou unanimously
sly unanimously waived the constitutional elec election
tion election laws Which states that no
candidates may be placed on the
ballot after qualification deadline.
Spence attempted to qualify
Feb. 23, shortly before the 5 p.
m. deadline. However, he mistak.
enly paid a party fee to United
Party officials and failed to qual qualify.
ify. qualify.
Co-Endorsed
Since Student and United par parties
ties parties registered only two candida candidates
tes candidates each for the three board po positions,
sitions, positions, they were willing to have
him placed on the ballot as a co coendorsed
endorsed coendorsed candidate.
Sec. of Elections, Don Anchors,
opposed the move prior to Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night because it violated the
election laws.
But both parties pushed for
Spences late qualification and
drafted the resolution which was
given two required readings by
the council. A third reading will
be given next week at a special
meeting.
Twe-Teajrs
Spences candidacy was push pushed
ed pushed because of his previous two twoyears
years twoyears experience on the board by
both publications and Student Go Government.
vernment. Government.
In other action, the council
gave two readings to an addition additional
al additional amendment to the finance laws.
The amendment reads: "The
student fees allocated to Intra Intramurals
murals Intramurals shall be administered by
the Faculty Director of Intramur Intramural
al Intramural Athletics in accordance with
the budget approved by the Leg Legislative
islative Legislative Council.
The council also:

Candidate
Speak
See Page S

Six Pages This Edition

serious questions on the basis of
past Student Party performance in
office as to the ability o£ the Stu Student
dent Student Party to execute a success successful
ful successful Student Government.
This campaign has generated a
great deal of interest among the
students, we are pleased that so
many students are asking about
the qualifications of the candi candidates,
dates, candidates, LaFace said.
During the week one presidential
debate wa s held and another fell
through. A debate planned by the
Pre Law club collapsed when
presidential candidates decided it
would be more advantageous to
spend time elsewhere on campus.
Fred Parker, United Honor
Court Chancellor nominee ask his
opponent Tad Davis to meet with
him for an Honor Court discus discussion.
sion. discussion.
Parker invited Davis to ap appear
pear appear Tuesday at 7:80 in the law
school auditorium to discuss is issues
sues issues relevant to the Honor Court,
Davis replied, I would be very
happy ito meet with Fred but since
he presented the challenge, I feel
that I should have the perogative
to name the place. I believe that
to encourage more people to come
it would be better if the discussion
were held ait the same time in
Broward Hail. I will be happy to
meet him there.

APPROPRIATED S3O per week
to finance the student bus, but
not to exceed S3OO for the rest of
the semester. A report stated that
the bus was carrying about 130
passengers a week.
APPROPRIATED S4BO for the
construction of a glass bulletin
board for general campus notices
near the Campus Club to Plants
and Grounds. The appropriation
was contingent upon paving and
providing benches by the board.
The board, planned by Sec. of Or Organizations
ganizations Organizations Barry Kuten, will be
six feet long and nine feet high.
APPROPRIATED SIOB to the
International Students Organiza Organization
tion Organization to defray expenses for the
rest of the semester.
APPROPRIATED S3OO for
three pharmacy students to at attend
tend attend a convention In Las Vegas.
APPROPRIATED $72 for
two microphones and an amplifi amplifier
er amplifier for the Honor Court room.
Trimester
Fees Stable
Registration fees for each trim trimester
ester trimester when the system goes Into
effect on the UF campus next
fall win remain the sam# as the
present semester rate.
Dean of Academic Affairs Ro Robert
bert Robert B. Mautz announced this
week each student will have to
pay slls for each of the 18-week
sessions.
Room rent in UF residence halls
will also continue to be about HOO
a trimester, Mautz said. Rent for
the special seven and one half halfweek
week halfweek summer sessions will be
about SSO.
According to Mautz, students
will not have to attend., all three
sessions, but priority in housing
assignments may be given to
those who plan to ao so. ..



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Monaging Editor, Editor
Applications Ready
Applications tor editor and man managing
aging managing editor of the Florida Alli Alligator
gator Alligator for the 1962-63 school year
must be picked up by Saturday
from Che Board of Student Pub Publications
lications Publications office in the Florida Un Union
ion Union basement.
Complete forms must be turned
in by Wednesday of next Week.

A Paid Political Advertisement
Meet
Tad Davis
Tad Davis is a 23-year-old Law
School Junior. He is presently
vice-chancellor of the Honor
Court, and has also served os
Justice and Assistant Attorney
General.
Davis received his B.A. from the
University of Florida in 1960,
was a Distinguished Military
Graduate, and was President of
his social fraternity.
He is a member of Pi Sigma
Alpha, honorary fraternity, and
Phi Delta Phi, international
legal fraternity.
Davis served the law school as
co-chairman of the staging com commitee
mitee commitee for the John Marshall
Bar Association skits, and
while in law school has ranked
7th in a class of 61.
Elect a man
with experience
Tad Davis
HONOR COURT
CHANCELLOR

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UF Voice Over 33 Years Old;
One of First Four in State

By CAROLE BARDELLA
Gator Staff Writer
Known as the Voice of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, WRUF is a 5,000 watt radio
station located on the UF cam campus.
pus. campus.
Alhough WRUF has its head headquarters
quarters headquarters on the fourth floor of the
stadium, it is not an auxiliary of
the School of Journalism and
Communications, according to
Program Director Ken Small.

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radio station, he said. Its lic licensed
ensed licensed under UF, but is self
supporting and definitely not a
teaching station for (broadcast stu students.
dents. students.
WRUF has had a long history
on the UF campus beginning in
1928 where the campus police are
now located. It was established as
a state station atthe request of
a group of citizens who wanted

to bring radio to central and north
Florida. At that time there were
only four radio stations existing
in the state.
For Engineers
Gainesville was chosen for
the station because the UF felt
it would give experience to en engineering
gineering engineering students.
The original slogan Voice of
Florida is still used.
WRUF bad its second home in
the administration building now
known as TJgert Ball. It remain remained
ed remained there until 1955 when it was
moved to its present location in
the stadium.
.
WRUF has two full time and
nine student announcers.
According to Howard Kelley,
production manager, WRUF stu student
dent student announcers are mostly pro professionals
fessionals professionals who are paid for do doing
ing doing a job. They do not receive
any class credit for the work they
are doing.
*"Those who work as announcers
for WRUF are not playing ra radio,
dio, radio, he said. < WRUF is the
real thing and not a training
school. It is no different from
any other commercial station.

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A 1951 graduate of the Univer Universitys
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Communications, Kerns is a na native
tive native of Umatilla, Florida. He has
received several citations for writ writing
ing writing and reporting, including the
St. Petersburg Times Trophy.

Don McDonald Likes Music
But No 'Be, Bop, Aloola'

Some people like rock n roll,
some like the blues, but it takes
a person of unusual taste to make
his hobby the music of dear old
dad. Donald MacDonald, 014
S- W. 6 St, collects unusual ma machines
chines machines which make music remin reminscent
scent reminscent of the 2os.
MacDonalds favorite machine
is his Reproduco, which looks
like a player piano with a super supercharger
charger supercharger blowing air into its side.
Tlrae-fat-One
The Reproduco is a player pi piano,
ano, piano, mandolin, and pipe organ all.
in-one. It is powered by two elec electric
tric electric motors that provide air for
the pipes and move the roll mus music,
ic, music, explained MacDonald.
I saw Reproduco for the
first time in Sarasota during my
high school senior field trip, and
I spent all my money putting nick nickels
els nickels in the thing so I could
hear its music, said MacDonald.
He advertised for five years be before
fore before finding a Reproduco that he
could buy. He bought a run-down
machine from an elderly woman
in Pittsburgh, and rebuilt it him himself.
self. himself.
I have been offered $7,600 for
the Reproduco, but I like the mu music
sic music so much that I dont want to
sell, he said.
MacDonalds landlady, Mrs.
Sue Simpson, is very fond
of Mm. She finds the music
from the Reproduco relaxing
and enjoyable, she said.

Sports Car Club
Holds Gymkhana

A sports car show will be held
in the area one parking lot behind
Tigert Hall, Sunday, March id at
1 p.m.
The fourth annual Concourse
DElegance is sponsored by the
UF Sports Car Club and the
Fine Arts Committee of the Flor Florida
ida Florida Uinon.
The show will feature special
interest cars, foreign and Amer American,
ican, American, according to Kathy Pierce,
Chairman of the Fine Arts Com Committee.
mittee. Committee.
The show consists of two events.
The Display will be held from 1
to 6 p.m. The Gymkhana, a driv driving
ing driving contest, will be held from 2
to 6 p.m. Entrants may compete
in both events.
Miss Pierce said the Sports Car
Show of last year was a success
and was followed by request for
the concourse on a larger scale
this year.
Cars to the display will be
classed on the basis of original
cost, each class competing se separately.
parately. separately. In the Gymkhana, cars
will be classed by engine displace displacement
ment displacement Sedans will not compete
with sports cars.

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"Mrs. Simpson is slightly deaf
so we get along fine, he said.
People can sing to the Repro Reproduce)
duce) Reproduce) from a block away, he said.
"I play my machine every af afternoon,
ternoon, afternoon, and I get requests from
the people across the street, but
hardly any complaints, Mac-
Donald said.
MacDonald, 4ED, is from Win Winter
ter Winter Haven and a member of
Delta Chi fraternity. Besides the
three Reproduces, he owns one
nickelodean, and one player pi pianoall
anoall pianoall of which he has rebuilt
from poor condition, he said.
MacDonald would like to put his
reproduco in a public place where
others could enjoy its music. He
has already installed his nickel nickelodeon
odeon nickelodeon in the Burger House, 1718
W. University Avenue, which any
student can hear for only five
cents. The other machines are
in his Winter Haven home.
Domes Selling Cookies
Saturday for Charity
Cakes and cookies will go on
sale in the Gainesville Shopping
Center, Saturday, March 10. to
provide personal spending mon money
ey money for a cottage of girls at Sun Sunland
land Sunland Training Center.
The Business Administration
Dames will sponsor the Bake Sale
which begins at 9 a.m. The
Bus. Ad. Dames A IBO sponsor a
Christmas Party for toe girl's
cottage every year.

Trophies will be awarded on the
basis of points accumulated from
judging of the two events, Miss
Pierce said.
Those who wish to submit an
entry should apply at the infor information
mation information desk in Florida Union. All
entrants are asked to have their
cars in "area one by 12 noon
Sunday. There is no admission fee
for the public.

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MacDonald plans to keep search searching
ing searching for other machines that play
the old-time music, He has been
offered $15,000 if he can find and
rebuild a Duplex, a rare kind of
Reproduco made in 1919.

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Andy Abemethy Battles Army
In Race for June 16 Wedding

By DAVID LAURENCE JR.
Gator Staff Writer
Its Andrea Abemethy vs. the U. S. Army in a race to
see whether the UF coed will get married June 16.
Figuring prominently in the pre-marital. picture is
Charley Wells, whos asking the Army soon for a 17-day
furlough so he can get married to Andy June 16.
The fate of 800 wedding invitations, already pur purchased
chased purchased by Andys parents and all bearing a June 16
date, rest on the Army decision.

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student body president last spring,
went on active duty in June of
last year and expected his tour
of duty to end in December.

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It didnt.
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for Wells when the Berlin crisis
arose Aug. IS. Wells unit, the

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reserve outfit in Gainesville,
was called up Oct. 15 for active
duty, and sent to Fort Sill, Ok*
lataoma.
According to Andy, a Kappa
Delta sorority member and a sen senior
ior senior in the College of Education,
her husband-to-be r. though I
dont know exactly when is
supposed to be released Oct. 15
of this year.
But he wrote and told m'e,
she said, that theres a chance
he-may get out earlier.
The Defense Department an announced
nounced announced last weekend an estimat estimated
ed estimated 2,500 college students called to
active military duty as reserves
or national guardsmen will be
eligible for discharge in July and
August.
Andreas hoping Charley is in included
cluded included in this group.
Wells, a June graduate of the
College of Arts, and Sciences who
had been accepted to the UF law
school, originally planned to re return
turn return here this year.
Prospects appear dim, how however,
ever, however, that hell be able to contin continue
ue continue his schooling unless the Defense
Department order affect* him.
Wells* plight is similiar to that
of numerous other UF students,
who also received notices of ac active
tive active duty tours beginning last
fall.
Included in the group is law
school senior Jim Quincey, who
resigned his position as president
of Florida Blue Key, leadership
honorary fraternity, when called
up by the Army.
Others in the undertermined
number of students notified of
active duty include Jimmy Fei Feiber,
ber, Feiber, Jerry Felder, Lee Frazer,
Fred Dickson, Warren Teddler
and UF physical education instruc instructor
tor instructor Capt. William Solley, who
heads the reserve unit.
Law Review
Editors Named
A six-man editorial board for
the spring semester has been
announced by the UF College of
Law for its legal public review.
Michael J. Freedman, a fourth (
year law student from Lakeland,
was appointed editor-in chief. Exe Executive
cutive Executive editors are William M.
Barr, Gainesville; Norman
Broad, Miami Beach; James H.
Gilbert, Fort Lauderdale; J. Fred
Parker, Tallahassee, and Fred Frederick
erick Frederick Peirsol, Daytona Beach.

IN THE DARK

'Four Horsemen' Vivid IVar Tale

By FRED SCHNEIDER
Alligator Amusements Editor
Conquest, War, Pestilence,
Death.
The Four Horsemen of the
Apocalypse is a powerful retell retelling
ing retelling of a family divided between
alliance to HiUer and neutrality.
The story opens in Argentina and
the main plot unfolds in a fall fallen,
en, fallen, yet unbeaten (Paris) France.
The strife of World War II is
once again retold 1 in a manner
that resembles Gone With The
Wind, in dramatic performance
and length.
Hitler
Glenn Ford and Ingrid Thulin
star. Lee J. Cobb and Paul Hen Henried
ried Henried are also in starring roles.

Lee J. Cobb is
a grandfather
who has gone
through the
turmoil of World
War I. He left
Germany t o
build a World of
Peace in Argen Argentina.
tina. Argentina. Hitler stop stopped
ped stopped him in 1938.
His family divid divided
ed divided against itself

W

again a* they Schneider
had in World
War I
Glenn Ford plays the roue who
has only time for wine, women
and song. His cousin Heinrich,
however has other ideas.

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WRUF Features
Top BBC Plays
UF radio station WRUF is pre presenting
senting presenting a series of British Broad Broadcasting
casting Broadcasting Corporation plays Sunday
and Wednesday nights.
WRUF Dir. Ken Small, said the
presentations are exceptionally
fine productions, flawlessly pro produced.
duced. produced.
The BBC World Theater plays
will be given twice: first on Sun Sunday
day Sunday nights over WRUF-FM, then
ten days later on WRUF. The
Sunday play begin* at 9 p.m.;
the Wednesday play at 9:05 p.m.

English Prof to Review
Novel 'Lord of the Flies'

The Lord the Flies,
by William Golding, will be re reviewed
viewed reviewed by Dr. John Penrod, As Assistant
sistant Assistant Professor of English, Mon Monday,
day, Monday, March 12 at 8:30 p. m. in
Room 324 of the Florida Union.
The book is a symbolic fable
about several English boys mar marooned
ooned marooned on a Pacific Island during
World War 11. The theme is built
around problems that confront
them as they try to achieve har harmony
mony harmony and friendship among them themselves
selves themselves while they await survival
and rescue.
The Lord of the Flies is re required
quired required reading for all C-32 class classes
es classes and psychology students.
Dr. Penrod is a member of the
C-3 staff and the English depart department.
ment. department. He also teaches C-5. He did
his undergraduate work at the
University of Pittsburgh and re received
ceived received his masters and doctorate
degrees from the University of
Pennsylvania.
The program is presented by

And so the ideological clash be begins.
gins. begins. Horsemen offers UFers a
counterpoint to such tripe
as The Commancheros, Once
Upon a War, and True Roman Romances
ces Romances of World War ll.*
Three Hours
She is a Swedish import. Ingrid
Thulin is a new star on the
American screen. Her debut in
this movie will only bring her
laurels and encore performances.
The movie is three hours of en enjoyment.
joyment. enjoyment. It contains a fascina fascinating
ting fascinating love story and an interesting
slant on patriots and war.
At the Florida Theater through
Wednesday.
Yul
Anna and the King of Siam.
This is a book that was the ba basis
sis basis for the musical The King
and I, starring Deborah Kerr
and Yul Brynner, at the State
Theater through Saturday.
This delightful tale with its
moments of hilarity and sadness
is interspersed with a quality that
is often missing from the musicals
that followed Its example.
Yul Brynner as the King of
Siam plays his part to the hilt.
Not for one moment is he Yul
Brynner, only the piqued King.
Deborah Kerr Is Anna for all
time to come. Her emotions are
that of a governess raised to the
favor of a powerful king.
Show time is at 1:00 p. m., t:-
20, 5:40, 8:00.

Joe Fleming,
Biglow Debate
On NBC IV
(OoMtaiMd from Page Onej
Th average reader, accustomed
as he is to TV prize s ranging
from trips around the world to
cash awards worth thousands of
dollars, might imagine that if the
team wins they will return "to
UF in new convertibles.
Even if Bill and Joe should go
all the way to the top and defeat
the British, they would not carry
away barrels of money.
Little Money
We rarely get anything more
than a Certificate of Award, a
gold key or a small trophy for
winning a debate, said Bill.
However, on Championship
Debate all participants are
awarded a set of Encyclopedia
Britannica. The debate society
sponsoring the winning team is
awarded SSOO and of course NBC
will pay all our expenses.*
Why Do They Do It?
For the experience, the educa educational
tional educational value, and for the oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to travel and meet peo people,
ple, people, said Joe
Lets face it, Bid added, this
TV debate will be an experience
we will never forget.

the Forums Committee of the
Florida Union Board for Student
Activities.

Auto Strikes
Frosh Coed
A UF coed was injured Satur Saturday
day Saturday night when a speeding vehic vehicle
le vehicle hit her as she crossed the
street in front of Jennings Hall.
Miss Andrea Joan Wolf, lUC,
is in satisfactory condition at the
Medical Center.
Witnesses told the police thatj
the car was traveling east on Ra Radio
dio Radio Road, at a high rate of
speed. Mies Wolf, who was
crossing the street, was struck
by the front left fender of the
car just as she sot to the cen center
ter center line.
Joseph Dobney Terry Jr., 3BA,
the driver, was charged with
reckless driving, striking a ped pedestrian
estrian pedestrian and causing a major ac-j
cident. He was released from!
Gainesville city jail on S6OO bond
pending trial.

At the Midnite show is Sepa Separate
rate Separate Tables for which David Ni Niven
ven Niven won the Academy Award.
The new State Theater policy is
' Couples Invited. The quality
of motion picture goes up while
the audience license goes down.
Viva la difference. Show -time
is 11:35 p. m.

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Saturday at Gator Hop
The Rovers, a new band on the
UF campus, will be the main
feature at this weeks Gator Hop.
The dance will be held from
8:30 12:30 p.m. Saturday in the
Broward Rec room. The Coed
Club will also be open.

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culture, cabbages and kings

ONE ITEM was saved from our
Cultural Wastecan this edition.
Before this issue we threw all an announcements
nouncements announcements of cultural television
events away . because we had no
assurance students would have access
to educational-tuned television sets.
Now we have assurances from the
Florida Union that a television set will
be tuned to The Age of Kings at
9 tonight. The set is located in the
Legislative Council hall on the third
floor of the Union.
The set will be tuned to the series
of Shakespearean plays each Friday

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THE FLAIL

Blood Boils: Miller Scans Scope

By JOHN MILLER
In hitting out against censor censorship
ship censorship and defending the rights of
all, there have been some pret pretty
ty pretty darn foolish things said.
And some horrible slop-bucket
stuff has been white-washed
under the protective mantle of
anti-censorship | campaigns.
The ultimate of this sort of

thing was set
down in print
in the editor editorial
ial editorial about
Scope (ALLI (ALLIGATOR,
GATOR, (ALLIGATOR, Feb.
27). I have
often felt the
urge to
write some something
thing something about
cope; every*
time I see a

copy my blood
boils. I have refrained from do doing
ing doing so. But, did I not fear cen censorship,
sorship, censorship, I would refrain no long-
For instance, the editorial
cites Scope as the campus
qualify literary magazine, A
magazine of, for and by UF
students. Not THIS student,
thank God! For if this is qual quality,
ity, quality, then our standards are in inlousy
lousy inlousy shape.
Scope has been, and is, the
product of a small clique of
minds interested in boost in g
their own egos and credit

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Managing Editor Tom Gibson
Business Manager Hendrik Browna
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Coed Editor Moryonne Awtrey man. Babs Lahna, Tova Levine. Fred Schneider. April
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among an intense in-group of
those who think they are,
but arent. A good 80 per cent
of it is filled with amateurish
rubbish, tripe that would not
get past any other reviewing
board in the country, college
or junior college.
The writing is poor, the layout
done with an eye toward the
modish, fad-ish and esoteric, ra rather
ther rather than the sensible and the
comprehensible, and the entire
effect is so ludicrous that any
public relations done for
this University by such a publi publication
cation publication compels me to hide when
it is mentioned in conversation
elsewhere.
* *
THE EDITORIAL credits the
wtiters for thinking creative creatively
ly creatively when at best they think on only
ly only a little and all of that is, ra rather,
ther, rather, imitative in the most
outrageou s and childishly done
sense. It (the editorial) claims
them as seekers after know knowledge
ledge knowledge when, in fact, they are
merely pretenders t 0 it. They
write, not about OUR interests,
but about their own narrow and
highly elevated spheres of in intellectual
tellectual intellectual attainment (or is it
pretension?).
A portion of the blame can be
attributed to the small Socie Society
ty Society of Friends whom I have
had occasion to refer to in col columns
umns columns past, usually as the cam campus
pus campus Pseedi Intellect!a

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.Editorials

and to the Play of the Week each
Tuesday on Channel 5 . Each Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, that is, that the Legislative Coun Council
cil Council does not meet.
THE LEGISLATIVE Council meets
this Tuesday. So we had to throw
away information on this weeks
Play of the Week.
A set COULD be tuned to educa education
tion education programs at all times. One prob problem
lem problem : The Union does not have a set to
spare.
The set that students can view to tonight
night tonight will be borrowed from the
fourth floor lounge of the Union. Pay Paying
ing Paying hotel guests live on the fourth
floor.
* *
SID MATTHEWS, assistant direc director
tor director of the Union, told the Alligator
that he would reserve a room in the
Union for cultural television perma permanently
nently permanently IF THE PAPER COULD GET
A TV SET.
Where will the set come from?
We can only underline the question
mark.
But, we hope that if the students
show an interest in the Age of
Kings tonight and next Friday, and
the Play of the Week when the
Council doesnt meet, that the set will
come from somewhere.
* *
MAYBE that SOMEWHERE could
be the reason the set will be dark this
Tuesday: The LEGISLATIVE COUN COUNCIL.
CIL. COUNCIL.
It could help us throw away our
cultural wastecan.

Friday, March 9,1962

group which set its own stand standards
ards standards of what constituted good
art and literature, -a value-code
far removed from earth
peoples, and, gaining control a*-
ter previous farcical failures
with such efforts as the Mag Magic
ic Magic Mountain Press, proceeded
to impose these abervations on
the student body in the guise of
a quality literary magazine.
* v*
UNFORTUNATELY, there are
some good writers in bad
company. John Grant, Warren
French, and a few others with
something valuable to say, dis dissipate
sipate dissipate the value of their work
by loosely choosing where to
say it.
If the sale of the magazine
wa s small, I think not that it
was disappointingly because the
UF students and faculty wont
buy a quality literary maga magazine
zine magazine but rather that they just
have not seen one yet and have
the good literary taste to know
it.
Im all for crusades, but if
we defend a publication, lets
make sure its worthwhile the
effort. Granted we now have
a literary magazine; now,
for heavens sake, g 0 put some
quality in it. And stop playing
intellectual little games!
After all, fellas, for that
price, Scope is a giveaway. And
considering whats in it, they
have to!

fS&f

"WISH SOMEONE WOULD FILL IN
THE DOTTED LINES"

Letters to the Editor

Women's Dorm Section
Protests Dress Proposal

EDITOR:
We have just finished read reading
ing reading Tuesdays Alligator article
concerning WISA President Ka Karan
ran Karan Ei'lers refusal to allow
women students another oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to vote on proposed cloth clothing
ing clothing changes.
* *
WE WERE fortunate enough,
to have Miss Eilers conduct the
floor meeting at which, we voted
on the proposed changes. We,
therefore, did not suffer from
the misunderstanding arising
from faulty communication be between
tween between WSA representatives and
the girls living in the dorms.
Perbapg your readers would
be interested in that meeting.
Miss Eilers informed this floor
that Dean Brady was disturbed
by the clothing situation and
strongly implied that we were
on the verge of losing the ber bermuda
muda bermuda privilege. Mis s Eilers told
Coed Defends
Bermuda Shorts,
PDA at Jennings
EDITOR:
I wish to state that I agree
entirely with Richard T. Reg Reger's
er's Reger's letter published in the Mar.
6th edition of the Alligator con concerning
cerning concerning the current controver controversy
sy controversy on the bermuda regulations.
* *
WE ARE at the University
of Florida to learn. As that is
our primary function it seems
we would tend t 0 concentrate
on it. The fact is apparent that
what an individual wears to
class is in no way indicative of
what or how much he learns.
The Administration and WSA
should keep this in mind.
I would speak a word against
the PDA (public display of a i
section) offense slip s currently
being given out at Jennings Dor Dormitory.
mitory. Dormitory. One good night kiss kissbut
but kissbut not two; or a little
offense slip will be given to
you is the rule being enforc enforced
ed enforced here at Jennings.
THIS IS a ridiculous ex extension
tension extension of the dormitorys pow powers
ers powers to regulate the women stu student
dent student body. No one, least of all
the resident hall counselors,
has the right, nor should they
have the authority, to restrict
kissing. The entire subject is ev even
en even taboo for discussion here
(i. e. a certain Mr. Carpenter).
The person who forces such
rules on the women student bo body
dy body will have t G grow up (and
soon) and realize that such a
thing as two or three good goodnight
night goodnight kisses do not constitute
a sexual offense on the pure,
young bodies of University of
Florida coeds.
Barbara Keller (1-UC)

MANAGING EDITOR'S NOTE

Hare You Heard the Rumor About..?

By TOM GIBSON
ALLS FAIR in love and war,
and politics we dont even men mention.
tion. mention. That seems to be the at*
titude on campus about now.
Thi s campus has turned out
prominent political leader s in
the past and will continue to do
so. Those of you who are ac active
tive active in campus politics might

us that revisions would be made
in the proposal according to our
suggestions and that the final
revised proposal would be sub submitted
mitted submitted to the women students
for their vote.
Our floor opposed the present
proposal but offered suggestions
for its improvement. Nona of
our suggestions are included in
the revisions to be added to the
regulations.
* *
PREVIOUS to this meeting
Miss Eilers had told certain
members of this floor that no
matter what the result of the
vote, if SHE wanted this pro proposal
posal proposal passed, it WOULD be
passed.
Obviously Miss Eilers wants
this proposal passed!
One member of this floor was
present at a discussion a few
days after the vote in which
Dean Brady said that she did
not object to the present regu regulations
lations regulations and that changes in
the regulations might not be
made.
Dean Brady said further
that WSA officers realized that
they had called for a vote on
this issue before they were ade adequately
quately adequately prepared and that they
were going to study the matter
further before making any de decisions.
cisions. decisions.
*
WE SUGGEST that further
study does take place and that
such study be initialed by a
second opinion poLl at which the
girls are allowed to choose be between
tween between the old regulations and a
change in those regulations.
If the result of that vote in indicates
dicates indicates that the girls want a
change, then, and only then,
should Miss Eilers proposal be
voted on.
We frankly feel that the Dean
o$ Women would be more liber liberal
al liberal toward us than Karen Eilers
and her proposal. Dean Brady
would at least allow us the de democratic
mocratic democratic privilege of a revote!
FOURTH FLOOR YULEE
(EDITORS NOTE: Letter bore
28 signatures with note that
four floor members were not
available and one refused to
sign the petition.)
Dress Could Get
Longer, Tighter
EDITOR:
May I remind those people
who would seek to legislate
taste that regardless of your
present action, those who of offend
fend offend in bermudas are going to
be just as offensive in a tight
dress, so try to accept the facts
of life!
RICHARD ANDERSON
Age 21, 2UC

well be among our leaders in
the future. In all probability the
habits you form now will stick
with you the rest of your life.
No one denies the unusual
happenings that occur in politi political
cal political campaigns. No one denies
the politician the opportunity to
take printed or verbal jab s at
his opponents. Charges and
counter charges are expected to
fly hot and heavy.
a
HOWEVER, malicious gossip
is a far cry from charges or
jabs. Unfortunately ther e are
some tenderfoot politicians
around who view politics as a
garbage pit.
Specifically, some garbage garbagemouth
mouth garbagemouth ha s conjured one ot the
rottenest rumors imaginable. On
second thought, to attack a
mans moral character isnt
rumor, its slander. Any thick thickheaded
headed thickheaded ninny who thinks this is
a clever political move is un undoubtedly
doubtedly undoubtedly warpped beyond help.
Another uncalled for form of
rumor spreading is the type
that attacks UF institutions. To
attack a man politically is nor normal.
mal. normal. To spread word that in
some way might destroy a need needed

YOU WERE THERE

Time Can Save World? PDA'ers, Too

By PAT CALLAN
No one died this week . no
babies were born in the dorms
. . nothing of news value has
taken place.
Some still hate Jews, others
laugh at Catholics.
There is talk of "war over the
media, yet people still read and
listen each day.
Glenn ha s finally gone back to
work ... a hero was born.
Speakers at the Communica Communications
tions Communications Week sessions used God
. Mother . and country to
bring tears to the students eyes.
They talked about good, dean
advertising . but how many

Dior Culprit,
Not WSA
In Fracas
EDITORS:

Unfortunately it seems Mr.
Richard Reger, 2UC, credits
UF coeds with an attribute
none, or few, apparently pos possess.
sess. possess. For it isnt the Womens
Student Association which de determines
termines determines what the Florida
fenrnie is or is not to wear; it
is a group of misogynistic Diors
and their disciples who set up
the rules and the hemlineswho
operate on the firm conviction
that no matter how ridiculous
a style they initiate in wom womens
ens womens fashions, the sheep w 11
follow.
Such designers do have
enough integrity not to label
such fashions attractive. Chic
is the term most often applied
a noncommital word if ever
there was one.
* *
FROM MY vantage point in
one of the departmental offices,
I daily watch the sheep come
and go. When the WSA voted
bermuda shorts in, I noted the
coeds interpretation of this per permission
mission permission a s obligation: a Flor Florida
ida Florida coed must wear bermuda
shorts. And the fact that bermu bermudas
das bermudas come in size 40 obviously
means a size 40 female is going
to look chic in them.
As one member of our staff
recently remarked, after watch watching
ing watching one such fashionable hor horror
ror horror ascend the steps to the
third floor of our building,
Girls ought t 0 have to be lic licensed
ensed licensed to wear shorts.
* *
IM SORRY, Mr. Reger, but
it isn't likely youll find indivi individuality
duality individuality on this campus, no mat matter
ter matter what the status of legality
may be concerning shorts.
Though I could argue that ban
or no ban, there is still an infin infinite
ite infinite variety to be found in the
les s frowned upon styles, it is
almost ridiculous to make such
a point. For you arent going to
find variety here.
Look at any girl and you
will see a pattern, not an indi individual.
vidual. individual. Her hair will be mat matted
ted matted stylishly, giving her head
the shape and appearance of a
frayed football; her eyelids will
be plastered down with so
much gook shell look as degen degenerately
erately degenerately sleepy at noon as she
does at 7:30 classes; the more
unshapely her legs, the more
eager shell be to display them.
* *
IF MY attitude sounds prud prudish,
ish, prudish, it isnt meant to be. Im
not that old and senile. But I
do advocate a coedsor any
other femalesdaring to be dif different,
ferent, different, to accentuate her attrac attractive
tive attractive elements and show the
good taste to cover up what
in so many cases desperate 1 y
needs to be covered,
GERRY MISKIMEN
5A3

ed needed organization is uncalled for
and unprecedented.
* *
NOW LETS FACE a few
facts. Who starts these seamy
rumors the presidential can candidates,
didates, candidates, the party chairmen, the
responsible top party mem members?
bers? members? Nope! Yet who usually
knows all about it? The chump
who listen s to it and eagerly
carries it on, thats who.
If a serious charge whispered
from ear to ear were true, it
wouldnt appear as rumor. It
would show up through proper
channels as a formal charge.
If you hear some of this whis whispered
pered whispered poison, try asking your yourself
self yourself a few questions- Why has hasnt
nt hasnt a formal charge been made?
Why should it wgit until the
middle of a political campaign
to turn up? Is the person telling
me this some kind of authori authority?
ty? authority?
Find out a rumor bearers
name. Ask him where he got his
information. MAKE HIM
PROVE IT. Remember, if you
listen to alleged information and
pass it on, you might be guilty
of helping destroy some per persons
sons persons character or a useful in institution.
stitution. institution.

ever practice what they preach?

Profess o r s
smiled as
guest speak speaker
er speaker s compli complimented
mented complimented the
knowl e d g e
their students
showed. Stu Students
dents Students laughed.
Every speak speaker
er speaker was hap happy
py happy to be here
on this cam campus.
pus. campus. Each

CALLAN

one said it as he stood before
his audience.
TELEVISION representatives
spoke of the 50 million people
who turn on and off their sets
nightly . and how good tele television
vision television is for America.
We should be thankful for
advertising, the hucksters said.
Look how wonderful the world
is today.
A United Nations correspon correspondent
dent correspondent warned the students of the

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C. (Author of Ratty Round The Flag, Boys u The Many
Loves of Dobie Gilhs , etc.)

UNITED WE STAND
The entire academic world is agog over the soccoag erf Am
Associated Colleges PlanACT, for short. I mean, you go to
any campus in the country these days and you will see students
and faculty dancing on the green, blowing penny whistles,
grabbing each other by the elbows and yelling, About that
ACP, Charleylike wowT
And who can blame them? The ACP is a plan no 4 only simply
brilliant, but also brilliantly simple. All it sr,*is a loose regional
federation of small colleges. Lets say, for example, that in a
given region we have a group of small colleges, each with its
own academic specialty. Small College No. 1, lets say, has a fins
language department; Small College No. 2, lets say, has a fins
science department; No. 3 has a fine music department; etc*, etc.
Well sir, under die ACP these various colleges federate. A
student in any one of the colleges can take courses in the spe specialty
cialty specialty of any of the other colleges andheres the beaaty parti
he wiH receive credit for the course at his boms eoftege. Thm
he enjoys all the advantages of a big university without losing
the comfy eoziness of a small college!
Well sir, you can see what a good idea the ACP is. I respect*
fully submit, however, that just because a tfung is good is no
reason not to try to make it better. Like, for instance, Mariboro
Cigarettes. Marl boros were good from the very beginning, and
people found out quickly and sales zoomed. But did tbs makers
of Marlboro say, Okay, weve got A mads. Lett*. Miax?
Well sir, if thats what you think, you dont know the pi afcenrf
They did not relax. They took their good Mariboans and kept
improving them. They improved the filter, improved the bind,
unproved the pack. They researched and developed tarefenfy,
until today Marlboro is just about the most admirable cigarette
you can put a match to. There are, in faet, some people who ;
find Mari boros so admirable they cant bear to pat a match to
them. They just sit with a single Mariboro In hand and admire
it for ten, twelve years on end. The makers erf Mariboro an of
course deeply touched by thisexcept for E. Rennie Hjgaiooa,
the sales manager.
But I digress. The ACP, I say, is good bwt It can be bettea.
Why should the plan be confined to amaM aofiegea? Why shook! :
it be confined to a limited region? Why not indbde aft eoftsge*
and universities, big and nmaft, whoever they met
Lets start such a federation. Let's sal II the SHfegpr Ano-'
eiated Colleges To Fnrrnrsgi Richer ftaktetwl Activity
BACTERIA, for short!
What a bright new world BACTERIA opens mp. Tafea,.fbr
example, a typical college stndent Hunrath ggrfooa (son,
incidentally, of the Marlboro sales manager). Hzmcath, a bright
lad, is currently majoring in buriey at the University c i Kan*
tucky. Under the BACTERIA plan, Hunrath eowld stay at
Kentucky, where he has made many friends, but at the cams
time broaden his vistas by taking a course in oonetatotiooai law
at Harvard, a course in physics at Caltech, a course in frnsflita
at Minnesota and a course in poi at Hawaii!
I admit there are still a few bugs in BACTERIA. How, ioc
instance, could Hunrath attend a 9 oclock class at Harvard,
a 10 oclock class at Hawaii, an 11 oclock class at Minnesota,
and still keep his lunch date at Kentucky? It would brf idle to
deny that this is a tricky problem, but I have no doubt American
ingenuity will carry the day. Always remember bow they
laughed at Edison and Fultonand particularly at* Writer
Clavicle who invented the collarbone.
* OMMMtiMMa
Three cheers for American ingenuity, which gave' m the
ACP, the collarbone and MGM. .. thats the Mighty Good
Makins you get in Marlboro, the filter cigarette with theun*
filtered taste. Settle back and enjoy one. You get a lot to Uka,

dangers that lie ahead if the
UN should fail.
A Ford Motor Company re representative
presentative representative told of£three new,
faster Fords to come next year.
No one mentioned the Edsel.
ONE SPEAKER "showed a
film. The breast of a woman
flashed on the screen . but
no one raised a finger to cen censor
sor censor it.
Jokes upon jokes were told
. . students laughed . and
the speaker grinned.... but
his message was forgotten.
The program will be hailed as
a success . everyone gets
a pat-on-the-back . and you
can count the broken arms.
HAVE YOU PDAed in Jenn Jennings
ings Jennings lately?
If you have, then you have
committed an against
the Jennings area code.
A PDA is a Public Display
of Affection. It metans that to
kis s your date morerthan once
in the lobby is strictly taboo.
Thi s is a petty issue to con concern
cern concern you with, but what do you
think the policy should be?
Professors and faculty mem members
bers members would agree with the re restriction.
striction. restriction. And some students
would als Q join them.
BUT HOW about the girl who
is in love or pinned . .such a
regulation would fiever seem
fair. And it would be out of
the question to ask a Florida
man hi s opinion . pinned
or otherwise.
If our coeds want to start a
college fad. why not just kiss
your date once ... but make
it last for hours m . and
watch the PDA go *out the win window.
dow. window.



[The Candidates Speak

JACKSON
BROWNLEE
United
Party
U&4

I HAVE discovered that many
students are unaware that stu student.
dent. student. government is responsible
for .the honor system. The Honor
Court tries offenders and admin administers
isters administers justice; hut the student go government
vernment government is responsible for the
administration of the Court it itself
self itself and is the source of the re revisions
visions revisions needed to insure that jus justice''is
tice''is justice''is done. The United Party
advocates the following neces necessary
sary necessary revisions:
First, we believe that justice
cannot be done if the Chancellor,
who serves as judge, knows, as
he does, the complete case hy s story,
tory, story, how and by whom the in investigation
vestigation investigation is made, and the na nature.,
ture., nature., of the evidence, before the
trial begins. He should decide on only
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dence evidence admissible in trial. To re remedy
medy remedy this, Chancellor and Attor Attorney-Generals
ney-Generals Attorney-Generals staff should be se separated.
parated. separated.
Second, we believe that a de defense
fense defense counsel is of little value af after
ter after the Attorney-General has got gotten
ten gotten the confession or all the infor information
mation information he wants. We advocate let letting
ting letting a defendant have a defense
counsel from the moment the
case is turned in. The defense
staff also needs adequate office
space and definite office hours.
In short, we want the Honor
Court Defense Staff raised to a
level of equality with that of the
Attorney-General.
Third, we want a just and
speedy trial, and this requires
that cases come to trial in a rea reasonable
sonable reasonable time. The present require requirement
ment requirement demands formal accusa accusation
tion accusation within 45 days after occur occurrence
rence occurrence of the event. Trial may be
a year laterand has been almost
that far off In some cases. This
must be corrected.
With an effective Chancellor and
a dedicated Student Government,
these revisions can be made. Tho
UNITED PARTY ig pledged to do
so.

m
k.M s<

JOHN
GRANT
Unaffilistad

YEAR AFTER year the same
pattern is evident in campus po politics.
litics. politics. The candidates get togeth together
er together in their respective parties and
discuss the safe vote-getting
issues. None are willing to chal challenge
lenge challenge the administration when
and where it needs challenging.
It has come to the point that
anyone who sees past the Cam Campus
pus Campus Club is ipso facto a rabble
rouser. If you are concerned with
Negro economic, social and edu educational
cational educational problems, you are a ra radical.
dical. radical. If you imply that the im image
age image of UF suffers because of se segregation
gregation segregation at the undergraduate le level,
vel, level, you are rocking the boat.
The critics do not understand

that toe inertia toward solving
integration problems is appalling
to most foreign students, toe fu future
ture future leaders of toe world whose
opinions shall one day be vital
to us.
Where was toe leadership when
the various Johns Committees har harrassed
rassed harrassed UF? Where was toe lead leadership
ership leadership when self-styled censors
invaded toe literature and art
field? Where are they now when
we have problems which need
judgment? They are standing
pata position which has histor historic
ic historic teiiure at UF.
Without the support of the fra fraternity
ternity fraternity blocs, winning is a tough
job. If there are enough interest interested
ed interested independents on campus to
vote on principles that job can
be done. I am depending upon
this interest.
If elected I promise a solid
stand on all issues, great and
small. I promise attention to eve every
ry every segment of the student body
without partiality, a promise
which would be impossible for
opponents to make.

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BILL
TIHCKEL
Student
Party

I HAVE NOT found any vali validity
dity validity in toe idea of an inde independent
pendent independent versus fraternity con conflict.
flict. conflict. It is false issue manufactur manufactured
ed manufactured by politicians in order to get
toe vote of the independent stu student.
dent. student.
However, it is worthwhile men mentioning
tioning mentioning two important facts about
the Student Party slate. There
are tour independent students in
the top seven positions on the
party ticket.
In the lower half of the slate
there are 44 per cent independent
student candidates. The indepen independent
dent independent student is well represented in
Student Party. No other campus
party slate represents the inde independent
pendent independent student as our party
does.
The Student Party platform

SOCIALLY SPEAKING

AEPi Honors
Basketballers
By SUE ROSE
Gator Society Editor
The AEPis will host high
school boys here for the state
basketball tournament this week weekend.
end. weekend. They will be given a sample
of college life starting with break breakfast
fast breakfast Friday morning and continu continuing
ing continuing through a party Saturd a y
night. Music for the party will
be provided by Bobby Lewis of
Tossing and Turning fame.
Roman Togas will be the cos costume
tume costume for the DUs and their
dates Saturday night. Mr. Lee
and the Crescents will provide
the music for the party.
On Sunday the Pikes celebra celebrated
ted celebrated Founders Day with a smok smoker
er smoker and a banquet. Hie main
speaker for toe day was bro brother
ther brother Neil Powell from Orlando.
On Sunday, The Chi Phi Fra Fraternity
ternity Fraternity received into its brother brotherhood
hood brotherhood seven new initiates. After
the ceremony a banquet was held
with the new brothers as guests
of honor.
Sixteen Sigma Kappa pledges
became members of the mystic
bond on Sunday. After their ini initiation
tiation initiation the new sisters w*ere hon honored
ored honored at a banquet held in the
sorority house.

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ideas from which the student
body may benefit. However, it
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A president must have experi experience
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WSA To Meet At Union

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Club activities slow down as
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W.S.A: Meeting Saturday at
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INTERNATIONAL SUPPER
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Swimmers Host Seminoles;
Revenge For Loss Sought

X. By ROBERT GREEN
-Assistant Sports Editor
JFjrart could turn out to be the
meet in the South this
yegr will take place on Saturday
aCfe:3o p.m. in Florida Pool as
swimming team meet
FSU's Seminoles.
SSe Gators have just returned
trjSEDt- New Orleans where > they
won their seventh SEC swimming
chiiunpiQnship in a row.
Z ~ FSU Leads
Tile two teams have been bit bitter-swimming
ter-swimming bitter-swimming rivals since the dual
meat series has started in 1956.
that time, FSU has won
eight .meets, the UF, two, and
there has been one tie. The Sem Seminoles
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row, including last months 61-54
defeat in Tallahassee.
Head Coach Buddy Crone feels
the Gators have a good chance
but wont go out on a limb and
predict a victory. On paper,
as a result of what happened
in the hut meet, we are under underdogs.
dogs. underdogs. However, on our showing
in the Georgia AAU meet, plus
our home pool advantage, we
should have a good chance.
In the Georgia AAU meet, the
Gators nosed out FSU and won
over them and a field that includ included
ed included Georgia and Georgia Tech.
State Unbeaten
The Seminoles will bring an
11-0 dual meet record into their
final dual meet of the year. They
have a string of 19 going which
started last season. Their main
strength lies in All-American can candidates

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didates candidates Paul Thompson and Lee
Bransford.
Against the Gators, Thompson
won three races, the 220 and 440
freestyle races, and the 200 but butterfly.
terfly. butterfly. The first two set meet re records.
cords. records. Bransford won twice, the
50 and 100 freestyle events, and
also anchored the winning 400
yard freestyle relay team.
Crone looks for a somewhat dif different
ferent different result this time. If Thomp Thompson
son Thompson swims the same races, all
three will be much closer. Liv Livingston
ingston Livingston (Jerry, 200 yard butterfly
swimmer) should be in better
shape, for one thing.
Diving will be another closely
contested event The Gators
Steve Mcride, an All-American,
and Lansing Price were upset by
FSUs Don Mongomery and Mark
Owen in Tallahassee. This mark marked
ed marked the turning point of the meet
as the Gators were leading in the
meet before this.

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Womens independent intra intramural
mural intramural basketball got underway
this week with the beginning of
the double elimination tournament.
The league is composed of all
womens dorms, the Newman
Club, Women Off Campus and
the Baptist Student Union. All
the tournament games are played
In the Norman Gym.
In the Sorority basketball lea league,
gue, league, Zeta Tan Alpha defeated
Alpha Delta Pi.
Newman Club topped S.W. Bro Broward
ward Broward in the finals of the table
tennis tournament.
In bowling, Alpha Chi Ome Omega
ga Omega defeated Sigma Kappa 588-528.
Chi Omega topped Phi Mu 656-
622. Chi Omega lost to Alpha Oml Omlcron
cron Omlcron Pi 585-591.
Hold Confab
Five southeastern colleges will
participate in a region eight
conference of Delta Chi beginning
today and lasting through Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. The Florida Chapter will
host more than 60 members at attending
tending attending from Florida State, Rol Rollins,
lins, Rollins, Auburn and the University
of Alabama.
Training sessions and discus discussions
sions discussions on problems in fraternity
organization and leadership will
be the agenda. Saturday, Delta
Chis will go to Camp Wauburg.
Officers of the Florida Chapter
in charge of the Conference are
James Fisher, fraternity advisor;
Glenn Morin, president; and Bill
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.. victor Phi Delta Theta fraternity basketball team
defeats Sigma Alpha Epsilon cage squad, 34-25, in
final, game of intramural play. In Blue League com competition,
petition, competition, Lambda Chis will meet Fijis Monday to de determine
termine determine the champion in that division.

PDT Tops SAE
For Orange Title
Employing a well run freeze
throughout most of the final stan stanza
za stanza Phi Delta Theta defeated Sig Sigma
ma Sigma Alpha Epsilon 34-25 to win
the Orange League basketball
championship.
Blue league teams Phi Gamma
Delta and Lambda Chi Alpha will
meet in their final game Monday
evening March 12, at 7 p.m.
Brothers Jim and John Ellis
combined for 23 points to help
the PDFs increase their first
place margin in the Orange lea league
gue league race. Jim hit for 12, John
U.
Tiny Joe Long led the Lionmen
attack with 12 points.
The Phi Delta went out at the
half way mark with a slim 16-15
advantage. One quarter later
they had managed to increase
their lead to two points 24-22.
With one minute gone in the fin final
al final stanza PDT went four points
ahead on a bucket by Jim Ellis.
They regained possession of the
ball after a shot by Long went
astray, then the freeze.
During the remaining five
minutes of the final stanza
PDT controlled the ball and
SAE began fouling.
The Phi Delts reached the fin final
al final round by smashing an out outclassed
classed outclassed Pi Yam squad 69-26.
The SAEs defeated Sigma Chi to
gain entrance into the semis.
Off Campus
In Off Campus play Georgia
Seagle posted two flag football
wins, defeating Newman 12-0 and
gaining a forfeit victory over
BSU.

A.M. Practice Slated
Saturday's football scrimmage
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hours because of the finals of the
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Welcome Visitors;
r -5 Miss. State Word
By MIKE GORA
Alligator Sports Editor
By MIKE GORA
Alligator Sports Editor
This weekend, when thousands of high school stu students
dents students stream onto the UF campus, is the best possible
time for UF students to promote the University of
Florida.
In this one weekend more good can be done to pro promote
mote promote good will throughout the state than the Blue
Key Speakers Bureau can do in a month of Sundays.
Thi& can be done if you take time out not to be
discourteous to our guests.
Go Gators
Saturday afternoon the Gator swim team goes
against Florida State at Florida pool. Many spectators
of the meet at Tallahassee questioned the validity of
the judging in the diving event.
Gator assistant coach Bill Harlan said Tuesday
afternoon, I think we*U win the diving.
At Tallahassee a capacity crowd of 800 cheered
the Seminoles; with the 2200 person capacity of UF
pool we can top this.
Sloan Will Watch
Coach Norman Sloan will be watching this years
high school tournament with more than carefree
abandon. There are several players in the state meet
this year that will gain serious looks from the Gator
mentor.
Reply From West
A letter has been received from the Reflector,
Mississippi State school newspaper. From the tone of
this letter, it is apparent that the student body of that
university would, if they were allowed to make a
free choice, choose to play in NCAA tournaments. At
the present time the Mississippi school cannot play
in integrated tournaments.
This further adds to the record of injustices that
have been inherited by the college age student from
anachronistic actions by elder state administrators.

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The first big spring sports
weekend gets under way
for UF teams as the Golf,
Tennis, and Baseball teams
face tough opponents. The
Track team will get into ac action
tion action on March 24.
The UF golf team travels to
Ocala tomorrow to meet Stetson
as the Gators try to pick up their
first win of the season.
In the opening match of the
season at Tallahassee, the Ga Gators
tors Gators suffered an lacing
at the hands of FSU. However
RehHng pointed to his fresh freshman
man freshman as the bright spot of the
day, since many of them scor scored
ed scored lower than varsity players.
For the Gators, Chip Ander Anderson
son Anderson and Richard Leckey were low
men with 73 strokes. Richard Lec Leckey
key Leckey and his brother Phil teamed
together to bring the Gators their
only win in team competition.
Tennis Team
The Tennis team gets down to
business in a hurry when it takes
on what should be its toughest
foe of toe season in Lamar Tech,
one of the best in the nation.
The Texas team, composed
mostly of foreign stars, has a
38-0 dual meet record for the
last three years, including three
straight this year.

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star and a conference champion
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The Gator baseball team will
open its regular season with a
weekend series against Miami in
the Magic City.