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Volume 54, Number 34

Gras Migrates
Inland to Plaza
| Talent Show
In Auditorium
Gator Gras is moving from its two-year location in
Graham field to the Plaza of the Americas.
General Gras Chairman Franklin Ritch said the
new location of the Gras is to provide a more centralized
area for student participation.
University Auditorium will house another Gras first firstfor
for firstfor the first time since its inception, the Gator Gras
talent show will be held in the auditorium.

Dollars for Scholars fund yrill
receive all the funds raised by
Gator Gras talent show and carni carnival.
val. carnival.
The outstanding, student lead leader
er leader win be selected and an announced
nounced announced at the Student Leaders
banquet in the Hub Friday nighty
Ritch said. have
been submitted by various cam campus
pus campus organizations.
The two- hour talent show will
begin at 8 p.m. Saturday. Finalists
will be announced in the Thursday
edition of the Alligator.
Jackie Strickland will emcee
the talent show.
Concurrently with the talent
show, the Gator Gras Carnival
will offer 25 booths which will
only give away prizes.
Students will purchase tic ticket
ket ticket books for fifty cents/' Ritch
said. Each booth will require
at least two ticket. The talent
show will cost two tickets."
Prizes will include movie pass passes,
es, passes, free meals at local restau restaurants,
rants, restaurants, record albums, all donat donated
ed donated by local merchants.
We have a wide variation in
themes of booths, this time, said
Ritch.
They range from how to pass
progress tests to PDA (public
display of affection) booths.
To heighten the carnival at atmosphere
mosphere atmosphere there will be colored
lights, a midway, hotdogs, and
soft drinks, Ritch explained.
Tommy Trotta will be bark barker
er barker for the midway, encouraging
the customers to try out the
booths.
Texas School
Downs Gators
3-0 in Debate
In a 3-0 decision, the UF de debate
bate debate team lost to North Texas
State University on NBCs TV pro program
gram program Championship Debate ini
New York Saturday.
Veteran UF debaters Bill Big Biglow
low Biglow and Joe Fleming were assign assigned
ed assigned to negative side of the ques question:
tion: question: Should the United States
abolish all tariffs?
The judges said the disad disadvantages
vantages disadvantages we gave didnt apply to
the specific proposals at hand,
said Big-low.
Prof. G. P. Mohrmann, debate
team coach, said that despite the
loss he found great satisfaction in
the fact Biglow and Fleming were
able to anticipate and counter the
strategy of the other team so
well. The debate went exactly as
planned, he said.
NBC presented Fleming and Big Biglow
low Biglow with a set of Encyclopedia
Britannica and the UF debate so society
ciety society with $250.
The network paid all traveling
expenses of the team and Mohr Mohrmann.
mann. Mohrmann.

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Penny Harrell and Big Boy" team up to advertise
the Agriculture Fair. Featuring scientific farming,
the fair will run from March 23 through 25.

THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR

Highlight of the midway, accord according
ing according to Wilson Atkinson, carnival
chairman, will be a turtle race
with Quinielas.
Trophies will be presented to
the groups sponsoring the most
original booth and the most
money-making booth.

Union Spate Question Gets
Settlement in Near Future

By DAVID LAWRENCE JR.
Gator Staff Writer
Disagreements between cam campus
pus campus organizations over whos en entitled
titled entitled to space and how much in
the long awaited Florida Un Union
ion Union building may end soon.
Union Director Bill Rion said
yesterday final selections should
be made within the next few
weeks.
Preliminary plans for the new
student union to be situated south
of the Physics Building and west
of Dan McCarty Hall, accord according
ing according to Rion, indicate facilities will
include guest rooms, a bowling
alley, ballroom, a musical listen listening
ing listening area and two theaters.
Rion is chairman of a special
student faculty committee,
which will decide what organi organizations
zations organizations will be alloted space
and how much in the Florida
Union.
Included on the committee are
UF Vice Pres. Harry Philpott,
Business Manager W. Ellis Jones,
Dean of Student Affairs Lester
Hale, Loyalty Fund Director R.
C. Beaty, UF Consulting Archi Architect
tect Architect Jefferson Hamilton, Depart Department
ment Department of Religion head D. L.
Scudder and students Joe Phillans
and Joe Ripley.
Target date for Union comple completion
tion completion i s tentatively set for fall,
1965, according to Rion.
Not Sure Yet
Were not exactly sure yet
just what groups will get space,
Rion said, but weve got a pret pretty
ty pretty good idea.
According to Rion, committee
choices are based on campus
needs, logical facilities including
recreation and food areas and
student desires a s indicated by
previous surveys here.

Military Men Set
'Cadet Only' Ball

Advanced Air Force and Army
ROTC cadets will present their
1962 version of the Military Ball
March 24.
For the first time the annual mi military
litary military dance will be open only to
junior and senior ROTC cadets.
In past years the ball was open

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Wm IjK
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WE ARE THE GIRLS FROM OLE FLORIDA
'Alpha Chi Omega sorority members sing a cheer
during the annual Panhellenic Sing last Friday eve evening
ning evening in the University Auditorium. All thirteen cam campus
pus campus sororities participated in the non-competitive sine.

About seven surveys taken by
the UF since 1950, Rion said,
have shown students want and
will probably get:
1. A theater for movie presen presentations,
tations, presentations, lectures and meetings;
2. A 300-350-seat theater for use
by drama groups including the
Florida Players;
3. Hall, lounge and gallery space
for arts and crafts exhibits and
receptions;
4. A crafts workshop, snack
bar and recreation area, which
would include a bowling alley, ta table
ble table tennis area and pool and bil billiards
liards billiards facilities;
5. Meeting rooms for student
government, publications and for foreign
eign foreign students,
i. Reception lounge and ad administrative
ministrative administrative offices.
Controversial
More controversial, according to
Rion, is just how much space will
be set aside for guest rooms.
The present Union building on
Buckman and Union Drives in includes
cludes includes 15 hotel rooms, but we
hope to have more in the new
building, Rion said.
According to the Union ahead,
hotel rooms have drawn student
resentment in the past because of
feelings a student union should
be only for students and not to
make money.
But Rion contends guest rooms
are not only for the purpose of
making money, but also a Junc Junction
tion Junction the university should per perform.
form. perform. It brings people where the
students are, he added.
Theres bound to be some
giving and taking, Rion said,
but the basic planning takes
place for the student.
According to Rion, much of the
present plans are based on archi-

to all UF students.
Reason for the change, accord according
ing according to dance chairman Ron Gras Grassi,
si, Grassi, is the annual money losses
suffered by the military depart department
ment department despite campuswide ticket
sales.
About 500 cadets and dates are
expected at the dance at the Stu Student
dent Student Service Center, Grassi said.
Furnishing music beginning at
;30 p.m. is the 18-piece Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville Naval-Air Station dance
orchestra.
Highlight of the evening will
be the crowning of the Military
Bali Queen by guest of honor Gen.
George T. Duncan, Army Fourth
Corps commander. Other special
guests will be UF Pres. J. Wayne
Reitz and Vice Pres. Harry Phil Philpott.
pott. Philpott.
A field of 10 contestants for the
queen will be narrowed down to
five finalists Thursday hi the
Florida Unions Johnson Lounge at
7 p.m. Originally, 23- girls tried
out.
Queen contestants and sponsor sponsoring
ing sponsoring organizations include: Jackie
Braun, Alpha Epsilon Pi; Libby
Baker, Delta Tau Delta; Cindy
Goodrich, Alpha Chi Omega; Joan
Korodin, Sigma Alpha Epsilon;
Jane Ughtcap, Phi Gamma Del Delta.
ta. Delta. Delores Loll, Delta Gamma.
Also, Judy Marvin, Phi Mu;
Barbara Roman, Pi Lambda Phi;
Priscilla Sanborn, Sigma Nu, and
Phoebe Snider, Sigma Chi.
Final selection of the Ball
queen will be by voting of junior
and senior Army and Air Force
cadets.
In addition to dancing and the
crowning of the Military Bag
queen, cadets will also partici participate
pate participate in a grand march and at attend
tend attend a special banquet in the Stu Student
dent Student Service Center prior to the
dance starting at f p.m.

Udiversify of .Florida, Gainesville Tuesday, March 13, 1962

tectural drawings done by senior
College of Architecture students
five years ago.
Rion said hes hoping an archi architectural
tectural architectural firm will he hired in the
next four-six weeks to draw up
final Union plans. He estimated
architectural drawings would take
about a year to complete, with
two more years alloted for con construction.
struction. construction.
The Florida Union is one of a
trio of UF buildings approved re recently
cently recently by the State Board of
Control under $25 million bond
program to aid construction at
state universities.
Included in the $8.2 million in
tjy funds it $1,752,700 for an
architecture building, $1,620,589
for a nuclear science structure
and $4,799,711 for the four-story
Union complex.

U.S. to Launch
Next Space Step

By 808 LATE
Gator Staff Writer
Our next big step in the space
program, is to launch a manned
spacecraft into an 18-orbit, 24-
hour trip around the earth, said
Lt. Col. John (Shorty) Powers,
Project Mercury information offic officer,
er, officer, in a Communications Week
banquet speech at the Holiday Inn
Saturday.
He explained that because the
earth wobbles slightly on its axis
spacemen must make 3, 18 or 24
orbits to insure descent from the
right level so the craft will land
at the proper point.
Also we must start eliminating
some of the automated equipment
now used, he said. We want
the pilots in control.
Maa-Kated
In answer to critics who say
that the projects scientists have
been overly cautious, Powers said
that each step was necessary
to the next and that unlike guid guided
ed guided missile projects each separate
component of the spaceship has
to be man rated and stamp stamped
ed stamped as such. We never forget that
we will have a man up there,
he said.
He said that perhaps the best
long range outcome of the three
space flights is that we now have
a flight experience space team/
Powers termed this team as
those men who are able to face
the tremendous challenge of
management, technology and
tracking.
Over MW companies are
involved In the space program,
Buddy Plan
To Reopen
A foreign student sponsors plan
will again extend the personal
hand of friendship to incoming for foreign
eign foreign students.
Applications are now being ac accepted
cepted accepted for sponsors of students
who will arrive this summer and
fall.
Under the buddy plan, students
are matched as closely as possible
by age, maturity and status in
school, said Luis Gomez, head of
the program. Gomez explained the
main idea of the program is to
help foreign students feel at home
and learn campus liie
Florida Blue Key (FBK) has
also taken an interest in the pro program.
gram. program. FBK member Homer
Spence said his organization in intends
tends intends to push this program as
much as possible.
Applications may be turned in
to the Blue Key Office in the Flor Florida
ida Florida Union. Interviews will be
scheduled March 27-29.

Candidates Near End
Os Grueling Campaign

Singing, Stomping
Mark Final Stretch
By DAVID WEST
Gator Executive Editor
With elections Thursday, the campaign enters its last
week with debates, a folk singing pep rally, and of
course more dorm stomping by all candidates.
John Grant, unaffiliated candidate for president, an announced
nounced announced Sunday he is planning a tenth-round punch
Wednesday night with a pep rally featuring semi-pro semi-professional
fessional semi-professional folksingers. Grant explained This I hope
will give people an election-eve view on where I stand.
I am not able to go around to all the dorms.

*
'Gator Slates
Three lssues r
Politics
Alligator news coverage will
be stepped up for politics this
week with three editions of the
paper and a special election re returns
turns returns radio program.
The paper will be distributed
on campus election morning
(Thursday ) and Friday morn morning
ing morning with complete election re returns.
turns. returns.
The newscast will originate
from Bryan Lounge in the Flor Florida
ida Florida Union. An annual event,
the party is open to the public.
Winning and losing candidates
traditionally make appearances
at the party when returns are
in.
The party will be carried by
radio station WRUF from 8:05
p.m. until final returns.

said Powers, to see that they
make deliveries on schedule
takes lots of direction and
follow through. Now we have
an experienced team who have
found ways to meet this chal challenge.
lenge. challenge.
Powers said the technological
challenge often involves develop developing
ing developing from theory many new elec electronical
tronical electronical and mechanical devices
and many new manufacturing
techniques.
He noted that many of these de devices
vices devices and techniques have been
passed on to provide industry and
are now benefiting the U.S. con consumer.
sumer. consumer.
Man Trackers
To get the tracking station we
had to negotiate with many na nations,"
tions," nations," he said. Now our network
covers the world we are able
to track our man at all times.
Powers said the U.S.S.R. has a
dark side in the orbital path
of her spaceships during which
she can maintain only voice con contact
tact contact on certain frequencies.
He termed our tracking net network
work network as remarkably efficient
and effective. When I stand in
the control center and hear those
guys come up, it really gives
me goosebumps, he said.
The banquet was sponsored by
the Florida Society of Editors and
climaxed Communication Week.

Trimester Amendments Need
Two-thirds 'Yea! for Passage

Proposed amendments to the
UF student body constitution are
designed to ease the student gov government
ernment government gently into the trimes trimester
ter trimester system beginning next fall,
according to Secretary of Legis Legislative
lative Legislative Affairs Bob Harris.
Students will go to the polls
from 8 a.m. 6 p.m. Thursday to
vote on the proposed constitution constitutional
al constitutional amendments.
According to Harris, only one
lever will be provided on voting
machines for the amendments.
At least 25 per cent o t the stu student
dent student body must vote on the
amendments, Harris said, with
two-thirds favoring the adoption
for the proposed revisions to pass.
If the entire amendment sec section
tion section is approved, according to
Harris, it will go into effect Mon Monday.
day. Monday.
A major change from the pre present
sent present constitution, Harris said, in-

The rally will be held in
the McCarty Auditorium at
8 p.m.
Sunday night United and
Student Parties held last
minute meetings to plan
strategy for the ensuing
four days. At United party,
chairman Mac Melvin
strongly urged his members
to stop any rumors. If
you dont want to be ethi ethical,
cal, ethical, moral and pragmatical
about the Uniteds cam campaign
paign campaign sret out of the Party.
Melvin reminded the members
that no vote is assured until a
man pulls a lever, Get out and
get that non-committed vote, even
if it means a little sacrifice on
your part, he urged.
At the Student Party meeting
. held at the A E Pi house, Ron
LaFace heard reports from his
campaign managers, cited several
prominent members to speak in including
cluding including Bill Norris, who laid the
burden on the campaign on the
independents. "It's up to you win
or lose.
With tree pooping started Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, over two thousand dollars
worth of printing will be put up
and tom down down in the next
few days. These new rules are
only making it more expensive to
run a campaign, a party trea treasurer
surer treasurer said.
John Grant stated All my
poop is hand made. By doing
this we can keep our cost down.
So far we have paid S2B, but we
have $22 dollars outstanding.
In action last Thursday, the
Benton Engineering Council en endorsed
dorsed endorsed Clyde Kiker, United Party
candidate for vice president, in a
vote 12-11. The decision wa 8 then
made unanimous. Kiker is an en engineering
gineering engineering student.
Student Party Chairman Ron La Lai
i Lai Face charged United with V emp empty
ty empty slogan throwing. United slo slogan
gan slogan seems to be Restore Student
Government. Yet the only pro proposal
posal proposal they have come up with
is to conduct poll after poll after
poll aSter poll. No action just polls.
Polls of student opinion are use useful,
ful, useful, but concrete action* such as
that promised in Students plat platform
form platform is absolutely necessary, he
said.
Candidates for Honor Court
chancellor will discuss the Honor
System at 8 p.m. Wednesday in
Broward Halt.

volves legislative government dur during
ing during the summer trimester.
Under the present bylaws, a
Summer Steering Committee
an executive legislative combi combination
nation combination runs student govern government
ment government during the summer months.
The imposed revisions call for
a third trimester Legislative Coun Council.
cil. Council. The 40-member body would be
composed of regular council mem members
bers members attending th third trimes trimester
ter trimester with the remaining ones ap appointed
pointed appointed by the student body pre president
sident president with majority approval of
the second trimester Legislative
Council.
Fall and spring trimester coun councils
cils councils will remain at a 70-mem 70-memher
her 70-memher capacity.
On the executive side of the
student government picture, pro proposed
posed proposed revisions include provisions
for the student body pesident,

SOPH CLASSH
POOP'S GOING UP
.... All trees with
branches at least eight
feet above the ground are
destined for one piece of
party poop each.

Grant Announces
Political Platform

John Grant, unaffiliated candi candidate
date candidate for student body president,
announced his platform Sunday
night.
Student and United party plat platforms
forms platforms were published last week.
Grant workers will distribute
his official platform on campus
today. A condensation of his plat platform
form platform follows:
John Grant pledges to:
1.) Provide leadership which
will defend student and faculty
Dr. Mollegen
Will Lecture
Dr. Albert T. Mollegen, New
Testament Language and Litera Literature
ture Literature professor at Virginia 8 Pro Protestant
testant Protestant Episcopal Seminary, will
speak here Friday on The Role
of Reason in the Christian
Faith.
Rev. Mollegens talk begins at
8:15 p.m. in the Medical Science
Building Auditorium of J. Hillis
Miller Health Center.
Author of Christianity and
Modem Man: The Crisis in Secu Secularism.
larism. Secularism. he i 8 also a contributor
to several religious publications.
Rev. Mollegen i 8 also a member
of the board of directors of the
Washington School of Psychiatry.
Rev. Mollegens talk here is
sponsored by the University Re Religious
ligious Religious Association.
While at the UF, Rev. Mollegen
will also speak Friday, Saturday
and Sunday to delegates to the
Faculty Christian Fellowship state
conference.

vice pesident and treasurer to
serve all three trimesters.
A more controversial section,
according to Harris, provides for
succession to the vice-presi vice-presidency
dency vice-presidency by the Secretary of Leg Legislative
islative Legislative Affairs instead of the Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of the Interior.
We felt this was necessary,
Harris said, because the Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of Legislative Affairs works
much more closely with the vice
president than does the Interior
Secretary.
According to Harris the Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of Legislative Affairs pre prepares
pares prepares Legislative Council min minutes
utes minutes and agenda and works under
the vice president, wh serves as
council chairman.
The Secretary of Interior is in
charge of campus charity drives,
and student housing.
In addition, the Secretary of

Candidates
Speak
See Paget 2-3

Six Pages This Edition

ISG President
Hopeful Set
Victory Drives
Thursday night thousands of dol dollars
lars dollars and man hours will be count counted
ed counted in the form of votes and a stu student
dent student body president Will be an announced.
nounced. announced.
But until then the three presi presidential
dential presidential candidates are planning
a grueling week, attempting to
hit their peak at the right mom-
I ent.
Bill Trickel, Student Party
! choice, is continuing dorm stomp stomping
ing stomping and hand shaking tours in an
effort to meet the voter.
Jackson Brownlee, Uniteds
pick, is seeking to meet and
express his views to as many stu students
dents students as possible.
John Grant, the question mark
in both parties figuring, is con continuing
tinuing continuing to attend classes, accept accepting
ing accepting donations and doing without
forced fraternity labor.
Not A Majority
Secretary of Elections Don An Anchors
chors Anchors explained for a candidate
to win he must only have a plural plurality
ity plurality advantage not a majority.
This means it is extremely un unlikely
likely unlikely that there will be a run runoff,
off, runoff, he said.
Monday night, after press time,
Bruce Bullock was to have met
with any on-comers in a running
debate on his administration dur during
ing during the last year.

rights against administrative and
legislative infringements including
such issues as Academic Free Freedom,
dom, Freedom, the Johns Committee,
Censorship, etc.
2) Implement a national and
international cultural exchange
program with the emphasis on
exchange both ways. Contacts
have been established in major
U.S. Universities. Foreign contacts
are in the offing.
Scholarship and Loan Funds
3) Tak e steps to change House
Bill 314 s 0 that the annual $lO,-
000 in campus spending fines
stays on the campus instead of
going downtown to city police.
This would bring approx. SIOO,OOO
in federal matching funds to
UF.
4. Favor petitioning for the in inclusion
clusion inclusion of the following statements
in the next UF catalogue:
A. All college of UF, including
their facilities, are open to all
students regardless of race or na national
tional national origin.
B. No campus organization or
affiliate whose constitution or
charter denies membership on
grounds of race, religion or na national
tional national origin shall be recognized
by the University of Florida. Ex Existing
isting Existing constitutions and charters
with such restrictions shall strike
those restrictions within one
year.
5. The student government
should assist Negro students in
adjusting to campus life, and stu studies
dies studies should be undertaken immed immediately
iately immediately in anticipation of foreign
Negro students and faculty ex exchange
change exchange personnel, and their life
on and off campus.
(Cottoned on Page FIVE;

Interior would take over the job
of supervising and coordinating
elections, and the post of Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of Elections would be abo abolished.
lished. abolished.
Reason for this, Harris said, is
to eliminate a cabinet post re requiring
quiring requiring little major work.
Two new cabinet positions
the Secetarles of Intern?t onal
and Married Student Affairs
are also proposed amendments to
the student body constitution.
The Secetary of International
Affairs, formerly a commissioner
post in student government, would
serve as liaison agent between in international
ternational international students and govern governmental
mental governmental bodies.
The Secretary of Married Stu Student
dent Student Affairs would be created to
coordinate married students pro programs
grams programs including safety with stu student
dent student government plans.



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The presidential candidates were each asked the foHow-
JJ9 Questions and given 10 inches in which to answer.
Candidates were not required to use all of their allotted.
space.
1 ( Student government is* a jumping block for state
politics. Comment.
2( The largest single apportionment of student fees is
for athletics. This amount is set by the administration.
Do you feel this is just*

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In the past, Student Govern Government
ment Government has produced many of the
political leaders of this state. Dan
McCarty-and George Smathers
were stu3ent government leaders
here, te-mention just a few.
Therejs no doubt in my mind
that student government
provider an opportunity for ad administrative
ministrative administrative and executive train training.
ing. training. The activities of student
government are somewhat similar
to state-government functions.
However some people con consider
sider consider iUjt *''jumping block" for
stats politics. These people some sometimes
times sometimes "use student government
tor personal agigrandaaetmeint. I
Rural Counties Flogusd
By Hookworms
Floridas rural panhandle coun counties
ties counties have more hookworms than
other parts of the state. Each
adult hookworm produces 10,-
000 eggs in a lifetime of many
months.

Professor Says KKK
Importance Declining

* By LOU FERRIS
Gator Staff Writer
"The Ku Klux Klan is no long longer
er longer a political force in the South,
according to a UF professor.
Dr. Donald E. Williams, associ associate
ate associate professor of speech, tape re recorded
corded recorded Klan speeches during the
1960 presidential campaign.
He reports the Klan as having
neither a political party nor a
candidate it can support.
Williams results were publish published
ed published in the Southern Speech Jour-
Not Secret
"I taped the speeches at Klan
meetings. The meetings were open
to th e public, in fact, an Atlanta
radio station in Stone Mountain,
Georgia, also taped the meetings.
It was no undercover operation,"
Williams said.
In making his study, Williams

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Boeing, for instance, is a major contractor on such advanced
programs as the Saturn S-1B advanced first stage booster, the
Dyna-Soar manned space glider, the solid-fuel Minuteman I CBM,
add the Bomarc defense missile system. Boeing is also the
worlds foremost designer and builder of multijet aircraft, includ including
ing including the eight-jet B-52H missile bomber, the KGI3S tanker tankertransport,
transport, tankertransport, the C-135 cargo-jet, and the famous Boeing 707, 720
and 727 jetliners. In addition, Boeings Vertol Division is one
of Americas leading builders of helicopters.

Tha Florida Alligator, Tuesday, March 13, 1961

BillTrickel
Student Party

think the test i s "How much has
the individual contributed to stu student
dent student government," not "how
much has he gotten from it.
I am running for the office of
president because I am confident
that I can utilize my experience
for the betterment of student gov government.
ernment. government.
The question of the administra administrations
tions administrations influence on student activity
fees has been raised.
I feel that the control of the
student activity fee* should be
only In the hands of the Legis Legislative
lative Legislative Council.
This is not to say that ath athletics
letics athletics should or should not be
cut but that the Legislative Coun Council
cil Council has the right to the allocation
of fees.
This is certainly an area where
I can wage an effective campaign
on the behalf of student govern government
ment government for the interests of the stu students.
dents. students.
I promise to fight vigorously
against any outside regulation o*
student activity fees.

also polled 02 editors from south-1
em newspapers and studied news newspaper
paper newspaper stories on Klan activities.
Williams said he made the stu study
dy study during an election year be because
cause because it was a good time for the
Klan to make an issue of Integra Integration.
tion. Integration.
"The Klan appeal was out of
tune with reality. They offered
no program of action which
would persuade men in 1960,
he said.
Williams said the K1 a ns
lack of persuasion was borne out
by the attendance at rallies.
Would Deceive
A Klansman told reporters
3,000 Klan amen would attend a
Danville, Virginia, meeting. Local
newspapers reported 350 in atten attendance
dance attendance and the crowd dwindled
to 100 by the end of the meeting,
Williams said

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JM,:.^

It is true that Student govern governments,
ments, governments, wherever they exist in
high schools and colleges, are
training grounds for future poli political
tical political leaders. This is how it should
be. Professor V. O. Key, Jr., of
Harvard University has often
pointed out in his studies of Am American
erican American Political Parties the enor enormous
mous enormous complexities and scope of
Americas political machinery on
all levels. The point he and other
scholars frequently make i s that
few people realize how much ex experience
perience experience and expertise is neces necessary
sary necessary to make democracy work.
All of us agree elections of our
government officials are essential
to democracy; it is naive and un unrealistic,
realistic, unrealistic, then, to criticize student
government on all levels because
they train our future political
leaders Its a good thing they
do!
Budgeting for intercollegiate ath athletics
letics athletics and handling the finances
involved is highly complex and
requires experience and long term
knowledge. Student government is
not adequately staffed, experinc experinced,
ed, experinced, of knowledgeable to handle

He said the meetings of Klans Klansmen
men Klansmen were social rather than poli political
tical political affairs.
Ninety per cent of editors
polled answered the question,
"How do you think your com community
munity community in general, looked upon
the Klan in 1960?" with the
word, "Negatively."
Williams said he studied the
speeches as a student of public
address, not as a political ana analyst.
lyst. analyst.
Race Appeal
"I was interested in the kind of
speech appeal used on Klan mem member*.
ber*. member*. The central idea of many of
the speeches was racial integra integration,
tion, integration, he said.
The speeches were hardly per persuasive
suasive persuasive though references to vio violent
lent violent action were both overt and
intimated, he said.

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United Parly

this task. Apportioning student
fees is an integral part of the
process. Those who irresponsibly
cry that the administration is tak taking
ing taking away student autonomy or
powers that student government
should have, should first ask if
there is any reason for student
government to do this, And next,
if student government can do this
efficiently and well.

Whether Doer
Or Spectator,
Twist' Great

"The Twist is & fad for the
few who can do it; for the rest
it is a spectator sport.
J. F. Waglow, UF social dance
instructor, feels the Twist is no
different from the many dance
crazes which have sprung up in
the past.
According to Waglow, the
Black-bottom, Charleston, and
the Rhumba were at first frown frowned
ed frowned upon because of their sugges suggestive
tive suggestive motions. For this reason, it
is "only natural" that something
as different as the Twist would
receive some scorn.
In comparing the Twist to oth other
er other dances, Waglow cites one main
difference, there is no contact be between
tween between partners. Because of this,
the Twist ceases to be a "lead
and follow situation" and becomes
"endurance" it is a good acti activity.
vity. activity. For the rest it is something
"worth watching.**
In calling the Twist a dance,
Waglow feels this is a misnomer.
Since there is no basic dance pat pattern,
tern, pattern, it is simply "body action in
response to music."
Waglow feels the individuality
of the Twist leads to its great
popularity. For the people with
an "individual activity.
Ant Outnumbers Pests
There are more species in the
ant family than any other of the
household insects.

The main object of any uni university
versity university should be to turn out edu educated
cated educated people. This is not best ac accomplished
complished accomplished by pouring the Mons
share of money into athletics.
I do not favor de-emphasis of
athletics anyone who has
watched the frat boys thumbing
Tides for one or two blocks along
stadium road realizes the wis wisdom
dom wisdom of President Kennedys mes message
sage message on athletics.
However despite the glamor
and excitement of major sports
and the need of athletics, I am
not convinced that a diploma earn earned
ed earned in a winning year means any
mor e than one earned in a losing
year.
I am convinced that the Legis Legislative
lative Legislative Council should have more
to say in deciding how much stu student
dent student fee money should go into
athletics. Presently, the adminis administration
tration administration puts the issue before the
council but only accepts its deci decision
sion decision if the budget fits administra administrative
tive administrative demands! Only last year
the Leg Council had its decision
on this matter reversed by the
administration. If this is to be
the policy of the administration,
why have the Leg Council go to
all the work of passing judgment
in the first place.
Not only is this unfair, it is
a display of a lack of faith as

Cheating on C-12 Exam
Nets Student Conviction

A UF student was convicted
of giving and receiving aid on the
C-12 final examination Sunday.
The defendant received a failing
grade in C 2; ten penalty hours
and a severe reprimand.
Five students were involved in
the offense. Three had previously
confessed and been sentenced,
and one was acquitted. The de defendant
fendant defendant convicted Sunday had pre previously
viously previously been tried, hut tfte^nWt

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John Grant
Unoffiliated

well as a breach of contract ethi ethically
cally ethically if not in fact.
An old saying at UF is that
the presidency of the student bo body
dy body is the first step to the Flor Florida
ida Florida Governorship. Thi s implies
huge stakes in local campus poli politics.
tics. politics. Perhaps this is why the
parties lay so much money on the
line.
I believe that most of the top
level campus politicians are In Indeed
deed Indeed shooting for political recog recognition
nition recognition throughout Florida while
still in school; hence the tendency
to listen very attentively to the
dictates from Seedville.
This fosters a peculiar situation.
How can a candidate act in good
faith when he has two interests
at heart. There are times tfhen
the situation demandg judgment
at the expense of either the Pork
Chop legislature or UF. The dan danger
ger danger i s that the candidate will be
too busy considering his political
future to act in the interest of his
colleagues at the University. The
John* Committee hoaxes provide
an example.
Can the President of the Stu Student
dent Student body fly two banners? Ii he
cannot, will he be big enough to
think of the University before he
thinks of his political career. His History
tory History seems to point out that
he will not!

trial ended in a hung jury.
The prosecutions case hinged
on a 96.4 per cent correlation of
wrong answers.
During the trial, the Jury was
taken to Walker Auditorium, the
scene of the offrense, to recon reconstruct
struct reconstruct the situation.
The jury returned the verdict
after deliberating only five min minutes.
utes. minutes.

HUGH
MocARTHUR
Student
Party

Since the Student Party nomi nominated
nated nominated me for vice president I
have attempted to meet every stu student.
dent. student. To those whom I have met,
thank you for the interest you
showed in discussing the cam campaign
paign campaign with me. To those I have
not met, I appreciate this oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to introduce myself.
Independent Junior
I am an independent, a junior
in Arts and sciences, 23 year* old,
and married. Since the vice vicepresidents
presidents vicepresidents most important task is
presiding over the Legis 1 a t i v e
Council, I would like to mention
first that I have served as a
member of the Council.
My other relevant Student Gov Government
ernment Government experience includes being
a Traffic Court Justice and a
member of the Constitutional Re Revision
vision Revision Committee.
In public relations, I have work worked
ed worked on the Committee of 67, which
lobbied the Florida Legislature for
higher UF appropriations. As a
member of the Blue Key Speak Speakers
ers Speakers Bureau, I spoke to civic
groups throughout the state.
Only One Promise
The Legislative Council spends
over $400,000 of your money each
year, if I preside over thi* Coun Council
cil Council it will not be controlled by
any special interest or pressure
group, but will truly represent the
whole student body. This is my
promise to you.
I urge you to compare quali qualifications
fications qualifications and experience. I will
appreciate your support. Regard Regardless
less Regardless of your choice, pleass vote.
Good student government is the
result of active student participa participation.
tion. participation.

VICE PRESIDENT

CLYDE
KIKER
United
Party

The Student Body Constitution
provides that the Vice-President
shall serve as presiding officer
of the Legislative Council. This
single prescription is the most
pressing official obligation.
The Vice President must be
all things at once. His responsi responsibility
bility responsibility to inact the program initi initiated
ated initiated by the President requires his
knowledge of the attitudes and
Legislative Council. In this respect
he must be a proponent. But, the
Vice Presidents principle res responsibility
ponsibility responsibility to the Legislative Coun Council
cil Council is to insure that the serious
business before it is handled in a
manner consistent with rules of
order and the protection ot minor minority
ity minority rights. His ruling must reflect
absolute impartiality.
Thus we have the conflict. The
Vice Pesident ig the proponent.
The Vice President must be im impartial.
partial. impartial. This dichotomy results in
great strain and responsibility,
and places a premium on hones honesty,
ty, honesty, tact, and long standing ex experience
perience experience of working with other
people. I feel that my background
in the field of public administra administration
tion administration qualifies me to undertake
these responsibilities of student
government.
A less dramatic, but much more
involved revision of the constitu constitution
tion constitution states that the Vice-President
shall generally assist the Presi President
dent President in the conduct of govern government.
ment. government. The proper application of
this provision usually determines
the extent of success or failure
accruing from a one year term
of office. Under this classification
of responsibility, tradition has en engendered
gendered engendered projects such as Dollars
for Scholars, special commissions,
investigation committees and all
other immediate problems which
do not logically fit under one of
the presidential appointed cab cabinet
inet cabinet positions.
These are the responsibilities
that take the majority of the Vice-
President's in the office time.

0m



GEORGE
MUSTAKAS
Student
Patty

Ac jour Student Party candi candidate
date candidate for Treasurer, I have met
and talked with many of you
recently. My feet hurt and my
hand is all shook out, but I can
honestly aay that I have enjoyed
meeting the members of the stu student
dent student body I hope to serve.
Managing $400,000 of your mo money
ney money Se big business, your busi business.
ness. business. As the only candidate for
this office with practical experi experience
ence experience and an educational back background
ground background in financial management,
1 sincerely believe that I am best
qualified to serve the student bo body
dy body as Treasurer.
In tbi campaign my opponent
has made eight promises. Two
of these holding public hear hearings
ings hearings and issuing monthly re reports
ports reports art current practice
which will certainly be continued
whoever im elected. Two more
emphasis on action and re revamping
vamping revamping of finances are by
themselves meaningless.
Perhaps they are intended to
refer to the famous FEE polls.
If so, I would like to point out
that so changes were recommend recommended
ed recommended as a result oft FEE, and, in indeed,
deed, indeed, none could have been car carried
ried carried cut by the time the results
were finally compiled.
The remaining four promises
made by my opponent are be beyond
yond beyond the power of student body
Treasurer. The Lyceum Council
atone has the power to control
the choice of programs to pro provide
vide provide more popular Lyceum pro programs.
grams. programs. The Seminole pro-
Mem i e in the hands of the Stu Student
dent Student Board of Publications and
the Legislative Council.
I make only one promise to
manage your money in a business businesslike
like businesslike manner.

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URER

TREA

PAUL
HENDRICK
United
Party

IS THE ADMINISTRATION
OF YOUR MONEY IMPORTANT
TO YOU? You pay $29 a year
for student activities. Your Trea Treasurer
surer Treasurer is your one guarantee of
wise management mid progressive
use of your money.
WHERE THE TOTAL $400,000
in activity fees Is spent can make
the difference between a campus
of stagnation and a campus of
excitement and stimulation.
AS AN INDEPENDENT, I be believe
lieve believe that most students possess
many similar basic interests. We
value: 1) a full and useful edu education;
cation; education; 2) opportunities for en enriching
riching enriching experiences; and 3) ade adequate
quate adequate social and entertainment fa facilities.
cilities. facilities.
COMPARATIVE MATURITY,
EXPERIENCE and attitude are
the core issues of this campaign.
I hope you will analyze our re records.
cords. records.
IF YOU DO elect me your
Treasurer, you can expect this as
a beginning:
1. MORE POPULAR LYCEUM
PROGRAMS (like Shelley Berman
and the Kingston Trio).
*. REVITALIZED DOLLARS
FOR SCHOLARS (more complete
Campus and Alumni drives).
3. DORM MAID SERVICE (in
mens dorms not served, in co cooperation
operation cooperation with Housing).
4. MORE WEEKEND SOCIALS
(stronger support of interdorm
social* and Broward Hops).
8. FOOD SERVICE IMPROVE IMPROVEMENTS
MENTS IMPROVEMENTS (we will voice needs di directly
rectly directly t 0 management).
5. COMPLETE REVISION OF
STUDENT FINANCE (to facili facilitate
tate facilitate needed progress).

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HONOR COURT CHANCELLOR

Hk bT* H I

TAD
DAVIS
Student
Party

For thirty years the Honor
Court remained idle. In the past
ye&r, the sacred cow was given a
kick.
It was found that many changes
were necessary. They were made.
As justice from the College of
Law and as Vice Chancellor, I am
aware certain changes in the me mechanics
chanics mechanics of the Court are still ne necessary.
cessary. necessary. Among these is a
greater integration between the
Law School and the Honor Court,
which may be achieved by rotating
the members on the Attorney Gen General
eral General Staff and the Defense Staff,
enabling the same person to pro prosecute
secute prosecute as well as defend cases.
Also necessary is a more effec effective
tive effective use of the Justices.
One of the most important du duties
ties duties of the chancellor is develop developing
ing developing and building the system in
the minds of students. Therefore,
producing a more effective Ho Honor
nor Honor System.
Effectiveness is a product of re respect.
spect. respect. Respect is a product of
FULLER understanding. Such an
understanding might be accomp accomplished
lished accomplished by weekly Alligator re reports
ports reports stating the number of
cases reported, the number dis dismissed
missed dismissed and verdicts rendered.
Also it can be accomplished by
publication of the mechanics of
the Honor Count and better co cooperation
operation cooperation by the faculty in ex explaining
plaining explaining the value of the Honor
System.
When speaking of the Honor
System, it must be remembered
that it should remain above poli political
tical political petiness. To do otherwise is
to bring disrespect and to dilute
from the effectiveness of our Ho-

HONOR COURT CLERK

Hb JHb

HANK
HAESEKER
United
Party

During the past few weeks, I
have enjoyed meeting and talking
with a great many of you. I
have welcomed the opportunity
to answer your questions concern concerning
ing concerning my qualifications and ideas
about the Honor System, and hope
that I will have the opportunity
to see many more of you before
the campaign is over.
The Honor System, here at the
University, can function properly
only when we have an alert and
responsible court. It is for this
reason that I sincerely hope that
you will give careful considera consideration
tion consideration to your vote for the positions
of leadership, and that you will
make an effort to know as much
as possible about each candidate.
I am strongly committed to the
principles of our Honor System
and feel that proper leadership
can do much to correct present
problems. The court not only has
the responsibility of dealing with
offenders of the system, but also
of presenting to the entire student
body a better understanding of
responsibility to the Honor Sys System.
tem. System. To neglect either is to fail
in ones responsibility.
Because of the seriousness of
an Honor Court conviction upon
the individual, we should each
concern ourself with seeing that
the best possible leadership is
done to the Individual and
student body in every honor court
proceeding.

FRED
r ARKER
United
Party

My Fellow Students:
The Honor System at Florida
is a wonderful thing, highly re regarded
garded regarded throughout the state. But,
there is always room for im improvement.
provement. improvement.
For example, Honor Court trials
take too long. They can be short shortened
ened shortened appreciably without any sac sacrifice
rifice sacrifice in fairness. If I become
Chancellor, before every trial I
will have an informal conference
with prosecution and defense. We
will hash out what both sides
need to prove and see what both
sides will admit. Anything both
sides admit need not be proved.
Instead of putting on five or six
witnesses and taking two-and-a two-and-a-half
half two-and-a-half hours, a simple statement
coiild be read to the jury in two twoand-a-half
and-a-half twoand-a-half minutes. It would re ad:
Both sides agree on the following
facts: A, B, C, etc. This proce procedure
dure procedure would save time and elimi eliminate
nate eliminate a great deal of confusion on
the part of the jury. They would
not be confused by the unneces unnecessary
sary unnecessary witnesses and could devote
their full attention to the real
question guilty or innocence.
This procedure ha s been follow followed
ed followed in the state courts for many
years with great success. Al Although
though Although space does not permit
here, there are many other pro procedures
cedures procedures of the state courts that
could easily be Incorporated into
the Honor Court to make our sys system
tem system more efficient and, at the
same time, more fair.
My administration as Chancellor
will be devoted to the constant
improvement of the system. I wel welcome
come welcome the challenge.

DICK GOBER
Student Party
On March 15, the students of
the University of Florida will
go to the polls to select the
people who will serve them as
their representatives in student
government for the coming year.
In my opinion the best method
is a comparison of the previ previous
ous previous records of each candidate.
Those who have served well in
the past are most likely to do so
in the future.
In order to acquaint the students
of the University with my quali qualifications,
fications, qualifications, I would like to list a
few of tha more important items.
I have: achieved a classification
of 3AS with a 3.9 over all aver average;
age; average; served on the Legislative
Council as majority floor leader;
been under secretary of la labor;
bor; labor; been a section adviser; ser served
ved served as an orientation group
leader; been a discussion direc director
tor director ftor Religion in Life Week;
worked as Director of Intramur Intramurals
als Intramurals in Hume Hall; and served with
the U.S.A.F. for three and one
half years.
The honor court fulfills a ma major
jor major need on the campus by in instilling
stilling instilling self respect and respon responsibility
sibility responsibility in the university student.
With the constitutional revision ori originated
ginated originated by Bill Trickel, the honor
court has obtained a status never
before achieved. As clerk, I will
do everything in my power to
help maintain this high tradition
and to implement the honor code
in an effective manner.
As a Student Party independent,
I urge you to study closely the
records of the candidates you sup support.
port. support. Above all else I hope that
the students of the University of
Florida exercise their duty and
their privilege on March 15 and
VOTE.

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STUDENT
govelmeht
MEANS SERVICE
.
STUDENT GOVERNMENT MEANS
SERVICE IN THESE WAYS
* Conceives, organizes, and directs pro- u.f. appropriations
grams for student action in critical areas dollars for scholars
STUDENT BUS
* Investigates student problems, publi- housing commission
nd pr motes their JnKSSr? helith comm.
* Charters organizations necessary for U *nw SITY RELIGIOUS
the general welfare of the student body athletic council
3 7 WOMEN'S STUDENT ASSN.
MAYORS' COUNCIL
* Disburses funds derived from the stu student
dent student activity fees to those causes and lyceum council
projects best able to serve student inter- publications
ests
* Maintains high ethical standards for honor system
the students of the University of Florida honor court
* Trains state and national leaders to three U FORMEif TORS
keep Florida the Leader of the South governors
HOW HAS STUDENT GOVERNMENT
SERVED THIS YEAR?
Throughout the year countless student organizations and activities call on the services of
Student Government. They may seek advice, guidance, supervision ... or just the money neces necessary
sary necessary to perform additional service to the student body. Here are a few such beneficiaries of btu btudenf
denf btudenf Government thfs year. .
ALLIGATOR Rotary Club Liotoii Albert &
Intramurals U.F. Alumni Association ArtsVestlval Coordination
ORANGE PEEL FUND Florida Blue Key Special
Gator Band Student Charter Flight Comm. Projects
HOMECOMING Senior Invitations ORIENTATION PLANNING
Cheerleaders Class Rings COMMITTEE
Debate Team DOLLARS FOR SCHOLARS Organizations Chartering
SCOPE Lost & Found Service CIVIL DEFENSE COMMITTEE
SEMINOLE Year Round Operation Study Meat Judging Team
Florida Players Student Football Seating Billy Mitchell Drill Team
FLORIDA UNION Board of International Activities Gator Guard
Student Bus PEACE CORPS RECRUITING Student Delegates to UN
Men's Glee Club Committee on Fire & Safety Architecture Design Show
Athletic Council Gator Flag WELCOME WEEK
Foreign Student Activities UF-FSU Goalpost Trophy Am. Soc. Mech. Engineers
Gator Hops AREA COUNCILS Conv.
Livesttock Judging Team University Orchestra Am. Assn, of Law Students
LYCEUM COUNCIL Productions Moot Court Competition Conv.
HONOR COURT INTERNATIONAL GAZETTE Law Review Workshop
Village Improvements Summer Employment SUSGA Publications Workshop
Women's Glee Club Alumni Assn. Orientation COMMITTEE ON STUDENT
Mayors' Council Housing Surveys & Improvements HEALTH
University Religious Assn. PRESIDENTS' RETREAT STUDENT HEALTH BROCHURE
Area Presidents' Council Infirmary Survey International House Planning
Women's Student Assn. FRESHMAN COUNCIL Comm.
Publications Laboratory Food Service Survey BOARD OF STUDENT
STUDENT INSURANCE STUDENT DIRECTORS ACTIVITIES
University Choir TRIMESTER SURVEY Building Construction Convention H
Student Conventions PROFESSOR EVALUATION TRAFFIC & PARKING
BOARD OF STUDENT COMM. COMMITTEE
PUBLICATIONS Student Lobby for Appropriations Election Operation & Supervision
1.5.0. So. University Student Govt. STUDENT TRAFFIC COURT
CHRISTMAS ON CAMPUS Assn. Land Grant Centennial
Military Convocation Collegiate Council on United \ Committee
RELIGION IN LIFE WEEK Nations Organization Bulletin Boards
Florida Blue Kev Speakers U.R.A. T.V. Studies LEADERSHIP TRAINING
COMMITTEE ON STUDENT Summer Frolics CONFERENCE
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The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, Marsh 13, 1962

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JHE FLOtIDAJALUGATOR

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Member Associated CeHffiete Press vi
JThe FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official itatei bows paper 4 the Uoirersity at FlerMa ui Is pobilsheA orory
and Friday morning except daring holidays and ra estio periods. Tho FLORIDA GATOR is entered os second
eSjs matter at the United States Post Office si Golacavill e. Florida. Offices are located in Rooms S, 10 sad 15 ia
tho. Florida Union Building Basement. Telephone University of Florida FR S-L Rxt. *S*l. and rofnost either editorial
oCRoo w hnslness office.

twistin' the year away

ANNOUNCMENT that Military Ball
will be limited to advanced ROTC ca cadets
dets cadets and indications that Spring Fro Fro
- Fro lies will be a la pops concert leave the
- UF with the fate of twistin the year
away.
.w Closing of Military Ball to the pub public
lic public was a particular disappointment.
* *
EARNING a large turnout as a
semi-formal dance last year, Military
Ball was reportedly closed because
the'lpaying public did not kick in
enough last year to make it worth worthwhile.
while. worthwhile.
Financial reasons also have made
the Inter-Fraternity Council aloof
from the idea of a formal or semi-for semi-formal
mal semi-formal dance. To draw a good crowd to
its Frolics, the IFC would have to
have a low price on their tickets. This
would make the fraternities have to
bear, the brunt of the cost. But the
sponsoring fraternities offer their own
entertainment on Frolics weekends
anyway so they cant be expected to
underwrite the big evening.

thanx 'faculty member'

IN THE ALLIGATORS mailbox
this week was a note from a faculty
member asking the paper to give the
professors a chance to show their ap appreciation
preciation appreciation to the student body by
starting a campaign to buy a tele television
vision television set for the Florida Union. The
plea was made in response to an edi editorial
torial editorial in last Fridays paper saying
that the Union needs a television to
reserve for cultural and educational
programs such as the current plays playsof-the-week
of-the-week playsof-the-week and An Age of Kings
series.
It would be presumptuous for the

YOU WERE THERE

'There Is Nothing Like Four Dames'

By PAT CALLAN
When a female appears on
the scene, things take on a new
outlook.
When four females move into
the next apartment, real chaos
begins. Especially when the liv living
ing living area had been previously
all male residents.
The joining walls are paper
thin .. not a sound goes un unheard.
heard. unheard. Sort of lake living in the
Flavets, but not married.

When your
room'ds dark,
and JCU think
no 8f; e is
around -to dis disturb^your
turb^your disturb^your
Bleep, ~ a fe fern
rn fern a 1 £ voice
cri e out
What dfd you
ay! '.You
jump right out
of bed.

But then you realize It is only
the girt- next door speaking to
her roommate. Such frustra frustrations
tions frustrations are tough to take.
* *
SO, WITHOUT even putting
your ear to the wall, you listen
to the -eonversation.
Howjv r as your date, one fe female
male female voice says.

Editor-In-Chief Bill Curry
Managing Editor Tom Gibson
Business Manager Hendrik Browne
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(Wg ''lF THE COACH'V'NAW...I ALWAVSX ass.
V Awn 'VaOTTI c 6AP V CATCHES VOU } DO IT AND HE \

Wonderful, another says, he
took me to .
A sound like r vacuum clean cleaner
er cleaner interrupts the conversation,
and later you discover they had a
hair dryer running. Ita a more
effective way of jamming the air
ways than what the enemy could
use.
For the first few days guys
would knook at the door and ask
which apartment the girls live
in. But now, the new location has
become known, and no one asks
for information.

BUT THE GIBUS also cause
a shake-up in the other living
areas. Foul language is cut to
a minimum, and there is no
more running between apart apartments
ments apartments in just a towel like the
good old days.
Everyone has seemed to have
taken up football again, for
most every afternoon some of
the guys are playing catch in
front of their apartment. Coach
Graves, you might have a new
motivational secret.
The females seem unimpress unimpressed
ed unimpressed with all the activity that
sprouted up since their en entrance.
trance. entrance. Maybe this fa the way

CALLAN

THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR

.Editorials

SO THE UF, once the haven of big
campus-wide dances, is left without a
formal event.
Debate the merits of such a per personally
sonally personally expensive dance and the rea reasons
sons reasons which arise are equally personal
and optional.
Id like to get dressed np; I dont
have a chance all year to feel like
a real lady, one coed said. Last fall
similar comments drew letters to the
editor challenging coeds to dress a
little better on regular dates. Dress
doesnt make one a lady, one writer
said. But, kid them to the hilt, the
fact still remains: The UF student
body does not have a campus wide
formal dance to which the coeds can
look forward.
Add
NEXT FALL when student govern government
ment government is looking around for ways to
help the social life on campus they
might choose one dance to under underwrite
write underwrite so the campus wont spend next
year twistin the trimesters away.

students to restrict such a drive to the
faculty because they might give only
because they feel obligated. This edi editions
tions editions two dollar donation was made
with altruistic reasons which are ap appreciated
preciated appreciated more than an entire duty
drive.
d d
THE PAPER has set up a fund for
contributions for the set. If the Legis Legislative
lative Legislative Council sees the faculty interest
in such a project, maybe they might
match any funds which might be col collected.
lected. collected.
Thanks, again, a faculty member.

Tuesday, March 13, 1962

all males react where ever girls
are.
Its a pity they dont realize
how much good they have done
for our area.
* *
LAST WEEK many high
schools were represented on the
campus due to the state basket basketball
ball basketball contest.
Many of the games were as
thrilling as Florida games, but
when r, e school lost, the re reaction
action reaction was quite different.
As I was passing a carload
<4 students, whose team had
just lost, there were many of
the students crying because
their team had gone down in
defeat.
Was it immature for them
to cry, or is it something some someone
one someone would expect from high
school students?
If someone were to cry after
a Florida loss, what would your
reaction be? Maybe if you give
him or her another drink, it
might cheer them up, you say.
Lets hope that those high
school students come to Flori Florida,
da, Florida, and bring with them the
school spirit they showed.
It would be a nice change to
see a tear shed, instead of a
lot of gripes.



'Do-Gooders'
Waste Time
EDITOR:
The basic value of the politi political
cal political debates is allowing the area
residents to become familiar
with the candidates and their
patforms, both from their
speeches and answers to ques questions
tions questions put to them by residents.
Unfortunately, the candidates
do not always use their time
Wisely presenting their platform,
but in tearing down the cam campaign
paign campaign of the other candidate (s).
A more serious problem is when
party do-gooders ask such
obvious questions as, Tell us
how good you did in your last
office, and, Isnt your honor
point average better than your
opponents? This completely
wastes the question period which
is so limited and certainly is
embarassing to candidates.
But even if this could be elimi eliminated,
nated, eliminated, there is not really enough
time for the area residents to
adequately determine the can candidates
didates candidates intents. It may, there therefore,
fore, therefore, be wise to allow extension
of political curfew until most
senible questions have been put
forward. One hour was not en enough
ough enough for Wells and Bullock; it
certainly cant suffice for three
candidates! There is nothing to
make residents stay during pre previous
vious previous study hours; and if
the candidates cant afford the
time now, they certainly cant
afford it when elected.
ROSS SHULMISTER
5 EG
Our Interests?
EDITOR:
Miller Scans Scope (ALLIGA (ALLIGATOR,
TOR, (ALLIGATOR, March 8): They
the writers for Scope write,
not about OUR interests, but
about their own narrow and
highly elevated spheres of intel intellectual
lectual intellectual attainment (or is it pre pretension?).
tension?). pretension?).
t
Just what are OUR interests,
John Miller?
ALAN HIMBER, 4AS

Got Serious, Mr. Midgley

EDITOR:
Regarding Douglas Midgleys
column of March 6, was he ser serious?
ious? serious?
* *
I AM NOT a member of the
ADA, but I feel compelled to de defend
fend defend them against some of Mr.
Midgleys more flagrant accusa accusations.
tions. accusations.
Midgley attacked the ADA
because (he said) they used
sit-ins, emotional demonstra demonstrations,
tions, demonstrations, protest marches and other
means of pushing emotion to the
summit and reason to the cel cellar,
lar, cellar, in campaigning for the
rights of man (Negroes).
Mr. Midgleys basic mistake
was failing to (or not wanting
to) distinguish between the dem demonstrations,
onstrations, demonstrations, which were used to
protest disobedience of the laws
of the land (integration), and
the reasons given for this law,
amply cited by the ADA as well
as the President, the Supreme
Court and most of Congress.
Where is the failure to use rea reason,
son, reason, Mr. Midgley?
IT IS interesting to note that
approximately one-third of the
column was devoted to pointing
out that one founder of the ADA
was once an official of the Young

Letters to the Editor

Scope Increasing Quality;
Criticisms Not Justified

(EDITOR'S NOTEs Thn fal fallowing
lowing fallowing letter was written by the
editors of Scope Magazine in re response
sponse response to criticism of their maga magazine
zine magazine by columnist John Miller in
Friday's Alligator.)
Mr. Miller:
From within the veil of words
in your column which appeared
in the Alligator, we were able
to decipher three points criticiz criticizing
ing criticizing the people who have defend defended
ed defended Scope, and the Staff of Scope.
These were, first, that the qual quality
ity quality of Scope is akin to some
horrible slop-bucket stuff, sec second
ond second that the publication is con controlled
trolled controlled by an esoteric in ingroup,
group, ingroup, The Magic Mountain
Press (characterized by far farcical
cical farcical failures), and, hence, that
its dam foolish to hit out
against its censorship.
o o
WE BELIEVE that censor censorship,
ship, censorship, in any form, is an evil
and the mere fact that some
people believe the object of cen censorship
sorship censorship is sub-quality does not
detract from this inherent evil.
The people who have attacked
the censorship of Scope have
done so, we feel, out of a spirit
of enraged justice. Therefore
the quality of Scope is irrelevant
to the issue of censorship.
Magic Mountain Press is net
and never nas been in control
of Scope. Wc have in the past
published material written by
members of M.M.P. The ma majority
jority majority of this material was writ written
ten written by Lawrence Hetrick who is
presently working on a fellow fellowship
ship fellowship in creative writing at Johns
Hopkins University and Mr.

Communist League, although he
renounced Communism. Assum Assuming
ing Assuming this is true, what does that
make the ADA? Even more im important,
portant, important, what does that have to
do with the local chapter of the
ADA?
Mr. Midgley gives his only
hint at the beginning of the
paragraph, when he says, Al Although
though Although I would not go so far as
to say that the ADA is neutral
to communism or pro-Ooanmun pro-Ooanmunist
ist pro-Ooanmunist . An innuendo worthy
of McCarthy, himself.
WILLIAM HADDAD 2UC
ADA Attack
'Not Factual'
EDITOR:
Mr. Midgleys polemic against
the ADA contained certain er errors
rors errors that justify a public cor correction.
rection. correction. It was incorrect that
the ADA has avowed unilateral
cessation of nuclear bomb test testing,
ing, testing, in apparent disregard for
our national security.^
This is a distortion of the of official
ficial official resolution of the ADA on
this matter, which reads as fol follows:
lows: follows: Disarmament, Item 10:
We suggest that our government
give consideration to unilateral
initiatives which might improve
the atmosphere for multilateral
disarmament negotiations pro provided
vided provided that they do not impair
our national security. I hope
Mr. Midgleys readers will no notice
tice notice how this differs from his
assertion.
Mr. Midgley points out that
one of ADAs members was
once a member of a Commu Communist
nist Communist group. I would Hite to point
out to Mr. Midgley the follow following
ing following passage from ADA Princi Principles:
ples: Principles: As democrats we uphold
full civil liberties and civil
rights, including academic free freedom.
dom. freedom. for everyone, and oppose
Communism, Fascism, and all
other authoritarian ideologies
which would deny these liber liberties
ties liberties and rights of anyone.
CHARLES J. EICHMAN

Hetricks work will soon appear
in Suwannee Review.
Apparently a few, other than
this small esoteric in-group,
recognize his personal merit as
a writer. Also, as a minor cor*
rection, M.M.P. has not been
characterized by failures. The
organization has sold out all
editions released and is still
very actively in existence.
Since you point out that Dr.
Warren French is a good writ writer
er writer we want to mention that his
writing has appeared also in
Magic Mountain Press. Rather
than assuming perhaps you
should ask him if this disipates
the value of his work.
* *
SCOPE IS not a literary mag magazine
azine magazine but is in fact a,general
'interest magazine. As to the
quality we will not debate your
personal taste. We have worked
to present the best of available
material. We agree that there
is much room for improvement,
and we feel that each issue has
shown an increase in quality.
If this is a genuine concern
of yours, feel free to do some something
thing something more dynamic about it
than muttering in the halls. Our
office is open and we appreciate
any constructive comments, con contributions,
tributions, contributions, and criticisms.
ROBERT FICHTER
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THE 'RIGHT' SID*

YAF Philosophy Wrong
With 3rd Party Nature

By DOUGLAS M MIDGLEY
The Young Americans for Free Freedom,
dom, Freedom, if perhaps our most con conservative
servative conservative campus organizations.
1 must admit that my own
political philosophy makes me
much more in tune with this
group, than with the ultra-lib ultra-liberal
eral ultra-liberal ADA.
The eharon Statement, adopt adopted
ed adopted by the YAF in conference at
Sharon, Connecticut. September,
1960, perhaps best represents
their point of view.
APPARENTLY, political and
economic freedom are inter
woven, with the duty of govern government
ment government being to protect these free freedoms
doms freedoms through the preservation
of internal order, the provision
of national defense, and the ad administration
ministration administration of justice. Heavy
emphasis is placed on the tenth
amendment to the Constitution,
which reserves primacy to the
several states or to the people,
in the areas not specifically
delegated to the Federal Govern Government.
ment. Government.

'Let Us Help'
Prof Asks
EDITOR:
In the matter of recent pay
raises, the students did all they
could for the professors. In the
matter of the TV set (better:
sets) needed for the Florida
Union, I think that, were the
possibility publicly suggested to
them, the professors would be
more than willing to provide the
needed. How about giving us a
chance to prove It?
If youll announce that the Al Alligator
ligator Alligator is accepting contributions
from faculty only, I suspect
that youll be able to provide
the students with the best set
on the market.
(Hasty aside to Pat Callan:
The boldface does not betoken
snobbery. They are intended
to emphasize the fact that the
faculty should be given a chance
to carry the ball unaided.)
A FACULTY MEMBER
(EDITOR'S NOTE: Two dollars
were included in "a faculty mem member's
ber's member's letter. Please read related
editorial.)

-- m \i
The Alligator Welcomes ...
Letters to the Editor
Please sign all letters ...
... and limit them to 300 words
Names will be withheld on request
We reserve the right...
... to edit letters.
... for space purposes

YAFs economic policy is es essentially
sentially essentially one of a free market
system, allocating resources
through the free play of supply
and demand.
IN KEEPING with my philo philosophy
sophy philosophy that the two party sys system
tem system is best for this country, 1
cannot support this group, for~ls
seems to be assuming a third
party nature. It is my under understanding,
standing, understanding, that the local campus
organization, has even given
consideration to running their
own candidates for political of office.
fice. office. How absurd!
THERE IS ample room within
the Republican Party, for in instance,
stance, instance, for people who wish to
work for the betterment of so society
ciety society and government, through
the furthering of conservative
principles. There is no need to
Work outside this framework.
The Republican Party h&s
been, and I hope always will
be. the true spokesman for mod moderate
erate moderate and conservative govern government.
ment. government. Rather than deserting the
Republican Party to its liberal
wing. I suggest to those in
YAF. that through their work
and efforts within the Party, a
united effort can be presented
that will have greater assurance
of being in a position to provide
the type of government we be believe
lieve believe is best.
United together, a rational
conservative effort can prevail
divided, as the maxim goes,
we fail.
THE DEMOCRATIC Party in
this last election joined forces
with the ultra liberals, it is time
that the moderate conservatives
joined the Republican Party, not
merely in the sense of voting for
it, (which has generally been the
case anyway) but in the sense of
working for it.
There is no such thing as a
Southern Democrat who bet better
ter better represents the moderate
conservative governmental point
of view, than the Republicato.
For example, does Billy Matt Matthews,
hews, Matthews, our Southern Conserva Conservative
tive Conservative Democrat vote for a con conservative
servative conservative speaker of the House
of Representative? He does not.
He votes for the Democrat, Re Regardless
gardless Regardless of his political philoso philosophy.
phy. philosophy.



Group Scoop

Clerk To Speak

* By APRIL STANLEY
*. Gator Staff Writer
,§pcakers and initiations high highlight
light highlight club activities this week.
AMERICAN FINANCE ASSOC ASSOCIATION:
IATION: ASSOCIATION: Meeting Tuesday at 7 p.
m. la Florid* Union 121.
"BLUE KEY SPEAKERS BUR BUREAU
EAU BUREAU : Meeting in Florida Union
824 front 4 to 5 p.m. on Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday and Thursday.
GAMMA SIGMA EPSILON:
Meeting in Leigh 142 on Tuesday.
".PRE LAW: S. Morgan Slaugh Slaughter,
ter, Slaughter, Clerk of the Circuit Court of
the Fourth Judicial Circuit, will
speak on organization and proce procedures
dures procedures used in the clerks office
on Tuesday at 7 p.m. in Law
Building 104,
- RECREATION COMMITTEE:
Meeting Tuesday at 4:15 p.m. in
BSorida Union 218 for all interest interested
ed interested in Camp Wauburg Play Day.
- UNIVERSITY RELIGIOUS AS ASjSOCIATION:

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ernment, government, but when I arrived on the third floor cf the
Union to sign up I was sickened by the old maid hustle hustlebustle,
bustle, hustlebustle, the girlish whispering, the wooden handshakes,
the pasted-on grins, the general stench of greecL hy hypocrisy
pocrisy hypocrisy and well-deserved suspicion.
We could use a new system; where student government
is no longer a prep school for high level hustling, the
issues are more vital than who wins the game of foot football-stadium
ball-stadium football-stadium musical chairs, the motivation is more
noble than favor-swapping, the campus leaders are
more than eggplants with ears, and politics is less im important
portant important than statesmanship.
Candidate John Grant has a head on his shoulders. It
may be years before we get another such chance to
S u Qrt sfudent politics on a better path. If we stick to
the old path, we deserve everything we step in.
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jSOCIATION: ASjSOCIATION: Meeting at 3:30 p.
m. on Tuesday in Florida Union
215.
YOUNG REPUBLICANS: Meet Meeting
ing Meeting at 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday in
Florida Union 324 and Thursday
in Florida Union 116.
CHESS CLUB: Meeting Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday at 7 p.m. in Florida Union
215.
DESERET CLUB: Meeting at 7
p.m. on Wednesday in Florida Un Union
ion Union rooms 116, 118, 128, 210, 220.
. FLORIDA SPELEOLOGICAL
SOCIETY: Meeting in Florida Un Union
ion Union 312 on Wednesday at 7 p.m.
PHI GAMMA DELTA: Initiation
in Florida Union Auditorium at
7 p.m. on Wednesday.
UNIVERSITY WOMENS CLUB:
International Relations Group will
meet in M-U2 at 3 p.m. on yjfed yjfedneaday.
neaday. yjfedneaday.
ALPHA KAPPA DELTA: Meet Meeting
ing Meeting Thursday in Florida Union
Johnson Lounge at 7 p.m.
AMERICANS FOR DEMOCRA DEMOCRATIC
TIC DEMOCRATIC ACTION: Meeting at 7 p.m.
on Thursday in Florida Union 116.
DELTA SIGMA PI: Meeting in
Florida Union 215 on Thursday at
7 p.m.
MURPHREE AREA HALLS
COUNCIL: Meeting Thursday in
Florida Union 218 from 8:80 to
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Grant Announces
Political Platform

(Continued from Page ONE)
6. Support th proposed student
publications Composition Lab.
7. Better working conditions for
Alligator personnel before consid considering
ering considering the tri weekly expansion.
Either the staffers should get aca academic
demic academic credit for this work or the
paid staff should be increased.
Social Problems
i.) Instigate a professional ana analysis
lysis analysis of the counseling situation
with an eye to expanding the pro program.
gram. program.
9. Back the other candidates
stand concerning ID cards for
student wives, with the addition additional
al additional provision that children over 12
be admitted on the date ticket
with their parents to all athletic
events,
10. Recommend extending the
check in time for freshmen
girls from 10:30 to 11:18 so that
they may use the library until
its new 11 p.m. closing hour.
11. Favor furnishing dormitory
facilities during holidays to ac accommodate
commodate accommodate students who are un unable
able unable to go home.
12. Push for weekly student
dances with live music. The Gator
Hop does not meet the social
needs of the independent student.
18.) Support the proposed Fa Faculty
culty Faculty Club.
14. Support the proposed Inter International
national International Club in the Florida Union.
Business
15. Establish a student commis commission
sion commission for the analysis of prices,

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values, services, food, etc. This
commission might make monthly
analyses and publish reports on
the best deals in town, warning
of the places which fail to follow
fair trade practices.
16. Encourage Off Campus
Housing to analyze and publish
a report on health and safety con conditions
ditions conditions of various rental proper properties
ties properties and on sub standard rentals.
17. Establish a Campus Book
Exchange similiar to the one now
operating on a smaller scale in
Flavet. One of the first proposals
I would make as president would
be to establish this venture in
the Hub.

Barry Leads
Research
Establishment of the nations
second Regional Rehabilitation Re Research
search Research Center was begun this
week at the UF S College of
Health Related Services.
Research coordinator for the
center is Dr. John R. Barry.
According to Health Related
Services Dean Darrel J. Mase, ob objectives
jectives objectives of the center will be to
initiate, aid and coordinate re research,
search, research, bath within the J. Hililis
Miller Health Center and in dis district
trict district vocational rehabilitation of offices
fices offices in the southeast.
The regional center is sponsor sponsored
ed sponsored by a grant from the Office
of Vocational Rehabilitation in
the U. S. Department of Health,
Education and Welfare.
Mase said successes at the UF
and University of Minnesota re regional
gional regional research centers may be
followed by the creation of simi similar
lar similar programs in other areas of
the nation.
OCS Representatives
Arrive Here This Week
Senior men and women interest interested
ed interested in attending the Navys Offi Officer
cer Officer Candidate School at Newport,
R. 1., may speak with and sub submit
mit submit applications to representa representatives
tives representatives in the Fla. Union fr o m
9 to 9, March 12-16.
OCS is a 16-week program lead leading
ing leading to a commission as ensign in
the naval reserve and three years
of active duty for men. Active
duty tours for women are only
two years upon completion of
OCS.
OCS classes will convene in late
June, August and October
of this year. Seniors must gradu graduate
ate graduate before they may be enrolled
at Newport.

In Man's field

Radios First Lady Proves
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'Women Have Minds. Too'

By SABA TODD
Gator Staff Writer
Will one of you girls help
me fasten my dress?
The low, forceful voice speak speaking
ing speaking was that of radios first
lady, Pauline Frederick, UN
correspondent for NBC, as she
prepared for a UF appearance
March 5.
Gracious in a multicolor e d
sheath set off by a brand new
Florida tan, the down to-earth
new* woman appeared unaf unaffected
fected unaffected by the demands of a
five minute interview between
planes and a Communications
week banquet.
A vital voice today in U.N.
reporting, Miss Frederick re recalls
calls recalls that breaking into a mans
profession required determina determination
tion determination and a sturdy pair of shoes
in the 19405.
Listen, Not Talk
Radio newsmen had th e Vic Victorian
torian Victorian attitude that womans
place was in the kitchen, and
a 8 far as hard news was con concerned,
cerned, concerned, a woman should lis listen,
ten, listen, not talk, she said.
She remembers numer 0u s
auditions for radio executives
and their gentle reproaches:
Its not the work, Miss Fred Frederickyou
erickyou Frederickyou do have the back backgroundbut
groundbut backgroundbut you have a wom womans
ans womans voice. A womans voice
just doesnt carry authority.
In these rejeetions she heard
an echo from 1938 when after
six years of newspaper experi experience,
ence, experience, she obtained a part time
job assisting radio news com commentator
mentator commentator H. R. Baukhage.
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Was insiMant
But the good-looking brainy
gal from Pennsylvania insisted
on a radio career, first conning
occasional NBC interviews and
then covering politics for NBC.
She was the first woman to re report
port report political events for the lat latter
ter latter network.
It's always been news for
me, she said, ever since I
was high enough to reach a
typewriter.
In high school she covered
school and social activities for
three Harrisburg papers and at
graduation faced the choice of
continuing a newspaper career
or entering college. She prefer preferred
red preferred to try American University
in Washington, D. C., major majoring
ing majoring in political science and stu studying
dying studying international law for her
masters degree.
But her history professor ad advised
vised advised a job in journalism rath rather
er rather than law. There are too
many lawyers already, espec especially
ially especially In Washington, he
told her.
Her first journalistic venture
was to interview the wives of
foreign diplomats. On calling
the Czechoslavakian Legation
for an appointment with the
Ministers wife, she was ques questioned
tioned questioned by the secretary as to
where the article would ap appear.
pear. appear.
Dependa on the story I get,
Pauline replied.
She got the interview and
tried the same approach to one
with! the Chinese Ambassadors
wife. Her stories accepted by

the Washington Star led to a
weekly feature for that paper.
In the mid 1930s she cover covered
ed covered the State Department for U.
S. News (now U. S. News and
World Report) and was a repor reporter
ter reporter for North American News Newspaper
paper Newspaper Alliance. In 1945, as
World War n came to a close,
she served as foreign corres correspondent
pondent correspondent for the alliance, and in
1947 she shared the U. N. beat
with ABC commentator Gor Gordon
don Gordon Fraser.
Flew A Mission
A mans world faced her at
everj? turn. She was the only
woman among 135 men on a
B-29 mission to Uruguay for
that countrys presidential inau inauguration.
guration. inauguration. She was the only Am American
erican American woman commentat o r
(NBC) to cover the Korean cri crisis
sis crisis for the UN. At one time
she was the lone woman at a
state dinner given by the Sec Secretary
retary Secretary General and attended by
73 men.
But being one of lew females
in a field until recently reserv reserved
ed reserved for men appeals to this viva vivacious
cious vivacious woman.
I adore all the attention!
she exclaimed. But although I
enjoy being feminine, I dont
expect favors. My job as repor reporter
ter reporter comes first.
And a serious reporter she
is too. Her assignments have
included the major crises in
Korea, Suez, Hungary, Mi d-
East, Laos and the Congo, and
it was her job to depict the
month following the death of
U.N. Sec. Gen. Dag Hammer Hammerskjold.
skjold. Hammerskjold.
She marked the trial verdict

The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, March 13, 1962

for the German war criminals
and Alger Hiss. She has inter interpreted
preted interpreted Big Four Conferences
and national political conven conventions
tions conventions and elections.
As UN correspondent for
NBC radio and TV, she appears
on the Huntley-Brinkly report,
Meet the Press, and Emphasis,
news specials and daily radio
news broadcasts.
It's important that women
know of national and interna international
tional international events and what they sig signify,
nify, signify, Misg Frederick stress stressed.
ed. stressed. They had better keep up
with the news if they want Am America
erica America safe for their families. A
womanB listening carries auth authority.
ority. authority.
This alert and well-informed
lady was voted one of the
world's ten most admired wom women
en women in a recent Gallup poll. She
was the first woman ever to be
elected president of U.N.s Cor Correspondents
respondents Correspondents Association and has
won numerous awards as out outstanding
standing outstanding woman in radio and
TV.
When she organized her own
television show-in 1954, she was
commended by Faye Emerson
in the New York World Tele Telegram
gram Telegram and Sun. Pauline Freder Frederick.
ick. Frederick. .this good looking brainy
gal has been doing a crack
job on NBC radio. .why not
her own TV show?. .There is
room for a few ladie s to talk
about something besides cook cooking
ing cooking and fashions. Women have
minds too.

If they dont
beat you on the
scoreboard,
they beat you
physically...
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Crafts Shop
Sets Weekend
Hobby Show

The Crafts Shop and Fine Arts
Committee will sponsor a hobby
show March 16, 17 and 18. Any
student or member of the staff or
faculty is eligible provided he
fills out an entry blank in- the
Fla. Union Crafts Shop.
All hobbies, collections or crafts
which may be safely displayed"in
a reasonable amount of space
should be submitted to the Crafts
Shop. Materials should be prop-
Stu dents who want tier dem demonstrate
onstrate demonstrate hobbies during the show
should make the arrangements
at the time of entry.
Display and demonstration* will
be presented by the Tandy
Leather Co. and the Union. Craft Craftshop.
shop. Craftshop. Further informatioai may
be obtained by calling the Pro Program
gram Program Office, ext. 2021.
Young Republicans Help
During May Primary
The UF Young Republicans ars
planning to help in the May pri primary.
mary. primary.
% O
The GOP'era in conjunction with
a statewide movement by the Jun Junior
ior Junior Chamber of Commerce is of offering
fering offering Information about registra registration
tion registration procedure. Also, the Young
GOPs are offering free rides to
fegistration stations.
For information sail Doug Mid Midgley
gley Midgley at 2-9436.

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Swimmers Smash Seminoles, 63-32

Soli Baseball Team
Win Over Weekend

* Gator spring sport teams had a mixed weekend as
the tennis team suffered a 9-0 loss, the baseball team
iplit two games with Miami, and the golf team downed
Stetson in Ocala.

Lamar Tech, 1961 collegiate
world tennis champs, whitewash whitewashed
ed whitewashed the Gator netmen 9-0, Friday.
Ihe win extended the Tech winn winning
ing winning streak to 40 straight matches.
The loss left the UF 1-1 for the
Reason.
" Jim Schaffer, playing the num number
ber number one spot, was the only Gator
to take an individual set. The Ga Gator
tor Gator captain edged South African
J?avis Cupper John Maloney, 7-4,
before bowing to the Tech ace,
6-2, 6-2, in later sets.
Even Record
The golf team also moved its
record to 1-1 for the year with an
15%*8% win over Stetson in Oca Ocala.
la. Ocala. Chip Anderson and Richard
£eckey were low men for the
match with par 72s.
; UFs baseball squad snapped
back to take the final game of a
two game get with the University
of Miami at Miami Saturday a$
they stopped the Hurricanes be behind
hind behind the combined seven hit pit pitching
ching pitching of J. W. Price and Sam
Biggert.
Miami had won the first game
played Friday afternoon as they
came out on top in a 14-10 slug sluglest.

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The Florida Alligator, Tuatday, March 13, 1963

lest. sluglest. Miami hurler Robert Ward
aided his own cause as he con contributed
tributed contributed a bases empty homer
which put the game safely out
of reach in the fourth inning.
Wards clout was followed a few
minutes later as his teammate
Larry Wilson home red with a
man on base.
The UFs Bemie Haskins led
all hitters as he singled in each
of four successive trips to the
plate. Jay Kotzen had three hits
for the Hurricanes.
Run Through Canes
In Saturdays triumph the Ga Gators
tors Gators ran through three Hurricane
pitchers enroute to their win as
the Miami hurlers issued 14 free
passes. This coupled with Charlie
Beans grand slam home run pro provided
vided provided almost all the offense that
was needed.
Starter Dick Mumak started
the game and was unable to re retire
tire retire a single batter as he walked
the first three Gators to face
him.
In events this week, the Gator
baseball team takes on Rollins
Wednesday and Thursday at Per Perry
ry Perry Field. The tennis team meets
the University of Pennsylvania on
the UF courte and the golf team
starts play in the Florida In Intercollegiate
tercollegiate Intercollegiate meet at Ocala.

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. . Smashed a sacks full homer in Saturdays game
with Miami. The Gators won the contest to split the
weekend series with the Canes.

Flovet 2 Wins
Pin Tourney
Flavet II with 6,176 pins topped
Kajppa Psi by 58 pins to take the
Independent League intramural
bowling tournament.
The Fletcher Kats with 6,074
pins, finished third and the
Playboys finished fourth with
5,992. The Kats earned 118 in intramural
tramural intramural points to stretch their
league leading total to 528
points. The Playboys trail toe
Kats by 10.
Single high team score for the
tournament was 1710 pins scored
by the Kats and single individual
high score for a round was by
Richard Carr who toppled 426 pins
with games of 258 and 168.
Georgia Seagle captured toe
Off campus league football
title to increase its Off Campus
League lead. Seagle with 720
points leads second place CLO
by 165 points. Seagle has plac placed
ed placed first in every Off Campus
sport.
This afternoon at 4:45, finals in
Dorm League bowling will get un under
der under way at Bowlero Lanes. Semi Semifinals
finals Semifinals were held yesterday.

THE SPORTS HUB
-sPi Evans Writes;
3 Best Tourney
' By MIKE GORA
Alligator Sports Editor

Dick Evans, prep writer for the Mi Miami
ami Miami Herald, dipped to the bottom of
the barrel last Sunday and came up
with a column condemning the lack of
programmed entertainment provided
for visiting high school students dur during
ing during the basketball tournament.
Mr. Evans must not have done
much research cm the subject
Saturday evening, there was both
a Broward Hop and a dance at
GHS that welcomed visiting stu students.
dents. students. Several announcements
were made to this effect over the
Florida Gym P.A.
Several UF fraternities sponsored
planned rush weekend for the visi visitors,
tors, visitors, featuring parties, trips to Lake
Wauberg, and movies of past Gator
football games.
Basketball coach Norman Sloan
gave a talk to high school students,
at the invitation of Tau Epsilon Phi
fraternity. Sloan spoke of what he
thought were some things that had to
be done to insure a successful college
career.
Eva ns column debunking
Gainesville facilities, strangely
coincided with a story, also by
Evans, that the officials of the
Miami Beach Auditorium were
interested in getting the state <
tourney for their arena.

SAE Aims At Orange Title

Orange and Blue League intra intramural
mural intramural teams betgln-vatleyball play,
second sport of the semester,
this week.
Defending league champion, Sig Sigma
ma Sigma Alpha Epsilon, has dominated
the sport for the past two years
in the Orange. The Lionmen
boast one of the finest set up
men in the league in Hugh
Starns, and along with Lion Spike
artist Tiny Joe Long the SAEs
should be tough again this year.
The Blue League rates as a
toss up with the strong competi competition
tion competition between league leading phi
Gamma Delta, Pi Kappa Phi
and Lambda Chi Alpha.
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BILL GROVER
. . Flashed to upset victory in the 50 yard free freestyle
style freestyle to spark the Gator swim team to smashing
63 32 win over F$U.

Surely the Miami area would give
the tournament much more whole wholesome
some wholesome surrounding. Look at just two
of the advantages. Many more hotels
and night clubs for the students to
go to. Miami is not what could he
called a dry county.
Not to mention the distance teams
from the panhandle would have to
travel to get to the Beach.
That Mr. Evans fully researched
the wild night, he mentioned in
his column cannot be denied.
That Mr. Evans* views concerning
UF preparation for the influx of high
school students had any connection
with his story on the Beach Auditor Auditorium
ium Auditorium proposal is, at this point, an un unfair
fair unfair presumption. Evans, however,
might have given his column more
thought.
Best In Interest
The Basketball tourney last week weekend
end weekend has been called the best in inter interest
est interest and ball playing by FHSAA com commissioners.
missioners. commissioners.
Coach Sloan must have snotted at
least a few ball players that he would
be glad to have on the Gator fresh freshman
man freshman rostfer next season.
Two of the top prosoects in the
state must be Richard Peek (6-11)
of Fscemhia High of Pensacola and
Gary Keller (6-91/2) of AA champ
St. Pete, Dixie Hollins.

which wa g the first event of the
semester Phi Delta Theta in increased
creased increased thedr league lead by de defeating'
feating' defeating' SAE in the finals.
The Blue League basketball fin final
al final was played Monday evening
between Lambda Chi Alpha and
Phi Gamma Delta.
The Orange and Blue League
fraternities will play four more
sportg this semester.
Following the Volleyball tourna tournaments
ments tournaments the fraternities will parti participate
cipate participate in a single elimination
handball tourney. Softball is the
next sport and will be played by
brackets. Each team playing at
least three games.

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Back to Back Upsets \
Key Win Over Rivalsi
By ROBERT GREEN
Somebody just asked me how I liked the meet/*
said a still dripping Swimming Coach Buddy Crone;
It was fabulous.

Crone spoke these words mo moments
ments moments after the Gator swimming
team had tossed him into the pool
for winning his greatest victory,
63-32, over arch rival Florida
State before 2500 roaring tons at
Florida Pool.
The win was the first for the
UF tankers after eight straight
losse s to FSU and gave them a
12-1 dual meet record for the
year. It also broke a string of 19
dual meet victories of FSU in including
cluding including last months 61-34 win ov over
er over the Gators in Tallahassee.
Two Upsets
The key to the meet were back
to back upsets in the 200 and 50
yard freestyle events by Terry
Green and Bill Grover. Green
edged FSU All American candi candidate
date candidate Paul Thompson and Grover
beat out another All American
hopeful, Le e Bransford.
This came, after the Gators had
taken an expected victory in the
400 yard medley relay as the
team of Dick Farwell, Jeff Oro Oromaner,
maner, Oromaner, Jerry Livingston, and Har Harry
ry Harry Wilder set a meet and pool
record time of 3:50.6.
Then Green pulled ahead of
Thompson and held off a fast
finish by toe FSU captain to
win. Grovers narrow win over
Bransford upped toe UF lead
to 18-7. Greens time of 2:04.4
set a meet, pool, and varsity re record
cord record while Grovers :22.7 tied
the mark set by Bransford in
the first meet.
Eddie Reese continued the vic victories
tories victories with an easy win in the
200 yard individual medley and
Lansing Price upset teammate

Hollins Wins State

Dixie Hollins High School off St.
Petersburg won its second succes successive
sive successive State basketball crown with
an easy 66-39 win over Landon
High of Jacksonville in the class
AA finals of the State Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament held at Florida Gym on
Saturday night.
In contrast to Heflins easy win,
Aipapka and Columbia High of
Lake City staged a thrilling over overtime
time overtime game with Apopka winning,
58-56, to gain class A honors.
ZephyrhiUs won the class B
final with & 60-58 win over
Blountstown and Paxton edged
Campfoellton, 56-55, in the "C
final.

Steve Mcride in the diving &s
the UF finished 1-2 there. Mark
Owen, who took first in Tallahas Tallahassee,
see, Tallahassee, came in third.
Price put on an almost flaw flawless
less flawless performance in winning over
All American Mcride for the
first time this season, Mcride
will be the only Gator who scor scored
ed scored in the meet to graduate. Price
is a sophomore.
Beaten Again
Thompson, who won three
events in the last FSU-UF
was defeated again by Jerry Liv Livingston
ingston Livingston in the 200 yard butterfly
in another meet and pool record
breaker. The time was 2:07.0.
This win put the Gators ahead,
36-16. FSU took two of the next
three events with Bransford win winning
ning winning the 100 free and Bill Du&l,
the 440 freestyle.
Farwell, however, set a meet
record in the 200 yard back backstroke
stroke backstroke and Reese won his se second
cond second event of the day when be
chopped more than a second off
the varsity time for the 200
yard breakstroke.
The Seminole s tried to gain
some consolation by loading their
400 yard freestyle team with
Bransford and Thompson in the
final event. However the Gajor
team of Livingston, Grover, Wil Wilder,
der, Wilder, and Green cam e through to
set a new varsity record of 3:25.6
to put the final touch to the
Gator victory.

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