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Volume 54, Number 38

Re-Vote Gives Student
42 Legislative Spots

Trtekel Plans
To Announce
Cabinet Places
i j
It* all over-part two.
In re-elections Tuesday, 8t u udent
dent udent Party grabbed the remain remaining
ing remaining branch of Student Govern Government
ment Government by winning a 42-24, (63 per
cent), majority in the Legisla Legislative
tive Legislative Council.
The re-vote caused by faulty
voting machines saw Student Par Party
ty Party win three Lyceum Council
spots (Michele DeHart, Barry
Diamond, Lou Ann Levinson). El Ellen
len Ellen Scholosser (United) took the
other position.
Board of Student Publications
positions were given to Mike
Gora (Student), Lou Ferris (Stu (Student)
dent) (Student) and Pat Tunstall (United).
In other elections;
Sophomore Honor Court: Ted
Crona (S), 519; Dee Shinn, (S),
634;
Freshman Honor Court: Bill
Barnett (S), 622; Carven Angle
XU), 706.
Arts and Science Legislative
Council: Dain Rouge (S), 150;
Harvey Goldstein (S), 159; Le Leroy
roy Leroy Moe (S), 143; Karen
"Murph Stanford (S), 160; Ktek
Cohen (U), 148;
Education Legislative Council:
Peggy Boyd (U), 85; Dick Gross
(U), 74; Betsey McDougald, (SI,
67.
Sophomore Legislative Council:
Judy Gillis (U), 525; Chip Block,
(S), 552; Neil Haynie (S), 563;
Jim Hickland (S), 540; Michael
Klingman (S), 526; Lanny Last Lastinger
inger Lastinger (S), 547; Phyllis Leavy
(S), 546; Fred Pierson (S), 548.
Freshman Legislative Council:
Reed Ellis (S), 871; Buddy Jac Jacobs
obs Jacobs (S) 859; John Ritch. (U), 780;
Hugh Wilson (U), 671; Craig Swan Swanson
son Swanson (S), 654; Bruce Jacobus
(U), 637; Joe Rorkson (S), 637;
Cindy Adams (S) 636; Chip Bris Briscoe,
coe, Briscoe, (S), 631; Howard Glicken,
(S), 624.
Bill Trickel, newly elected pre present
sent present of the student body, indi indicated
cated indicated he would announce a por portion
tion portion of his cabinet over the week,
end.

Council OK's
Election Votes
In Confusion
By JACK HOKAN
Gator News Editor
A confused, helter skelter Leg Legislative
islative Legislative Council managed to can canvass
vass canvass the March 15 election results
and partially approve the March
20 results Tuesday night.
In a two-hour session, punctu punctuated
ated punctuated with three quorum calls and
political taunts among the mem members,
bers, members, the outgoing council also
passed a resolution to urge UF
Pres. J. Wayne Reitz to push for
theater space in the new Florida
Union instead of 100 more guest
rooms.
More Hotel Rooms
Speaking for the theatre, Wayne
Cobb said that Bill Rion, Union
director "wants to add 100 more
hotel rooms.
Cobb said the proposed theatre
would hold 3,400 people and would
be available for other activities as
well.
Student Body Treas Clarence
O'Neill told the council he veto vetoed
ed vetoed the $lO9 appropriation which
was allocated to the Internat International
ional International Students Organization last
week- An attempt was made
to override the veto, but It fail failed
ed failed to gain the necessary two twothirds
thirds twothirds vote.
After two quorum calls were
taken, a third call showed the
lack of a quorum to conduct bus business.
iness. business.
Chairman Jack Mahaffey then
reminded the group of their con constitutional
stitutional constitutional duty to canvass the
election. Then he recessed the
meeting for 80 minutes. The coun council
cil council was reconvened in special
netfioa to approve the just-tabu just-tabulated
lated just-tabulated election results.
The new council can canvass
their own results by merely ap approving
proving approving the minutes to Tuesdays
meeting.

After the votes were counted Student Party retained
control of all three branches of Student Government.
EXECUTIVE: President Bill Trickel (Student) Vice
President, Hugh McArthur (Student) Treasurer#
Paul Hendrick (United).
JUDICIAL: Chancellor of the Honor Court, Tod
Davis (Student) Clerk of the Honor Court, Dick
Gober (Student).
LEGISLATIVE: A Student Party majority in the Leg*
illative Council.

Alumni Classes
Here For Gras

"Parents Day is an effort to
bring parents more into the pic picture
ture picture of UF affairs, said Frank
W. Bean, publicity chairman for
Gator Gras.
Seven Classes
Seven alumni classes will return
to their ol alma mater this week weekend.
end. weekend. Beginning their activities this
Friday, alumni will represent the
Classes Os 1922, 1942, 1943, 1947,
and 1952. Highlighting the re-union
will be the class of 1912 marking
50 years since tiiedr graduation.
Alumni Day
Saturday has been proclaimed
University of Florida Alumni Day.
Saturday will also mark Homer
Hooks first day as president of
the Alumni Association.
"More people than ever before
have been invited to attend Par Parents
ents Parents Day, said Gras Chairman
Franklin Ritch. In the past only
parents of freshmen have been in invited,
vited, invited, but this year an attempt
was made to reach every one
either through personal contact or
by newsletter.
Parent Social
A get together for parents and
alumni this Saturday at 8:30 a.

Agri-Science Fair Opens
Today in McCarty Hail

By BEN GARRETT
Gator Staff Writer
"A Century of Progress in Agriculture will
be the theme of the Agri-Science Fair opening
today in Dan McCarty Hall.
The 1962 fair emphasizes science in agriculture
and displays the latest in technical achieve achievements
ments achievements in agriculture, along with horticultural
and veterinary science exhibits, according to Joe
Gruel, publicity chairman for the fair.
Space Snack
Foods especially prepared for astronauts to
snack on as they soar through space will be
displayed in McCarty Hall. The Food Technology
Lab on Radio Road will house other exhibits.
-Sounds of native insects will ring in the ears
of fair visitors at one booth, and colored chicks
will hatch before visitors eyes at another.
An educated jukebox will answer questions
on agriculture posed by visitors. A picture win window
dow window lamb will show how the animals body
functions internally.

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University of Florida, Gainesville Friday, March 23, 1962

m. in the Social Room of the
Florida Union will begin the day.
Refreshments will be served.
Other Event*
Other events will include cam campus
pus campus tour s by Blue Key speakers
at 10 a.im. followed by a Military
Review at 11 on Florida Field.
An Alumni Faculty barbe barbecue
cue barbecue will be held at noon in the
gym. Parents are asked to parti participate.
cipate. participate. Tickets are $1.50.
Orange And Blue
At 2 p.m. the Orange vs. Blue
football game is scheduled for the
Florida Field and the Florida vs.
Vanderbilt baseball game at Per Perry
ry Perry Field.
From 4 p.m. until 6 p.m. fra fraternities,
ternities, fraternities, sororities and dorms will
hold open house to initiate parents
into the traditions of the UF, ac according
cording according to Ritch.
Need More Alumni
"These activities are planned
for the benefit of both parents and
alumni, said Jane Gentry, assist assistant
ant assistant program director of Florida
Union. At present more parents
have responded than alumni.
Steve Powell, chairman of Par Parents
ents Parents Day, expects a large turn turnout
out turnout for the event.

Much of the SIOO,OOO plus worth of machinery
on display will be in operation. The milk plant
in the Dairy Science Building will be running
during the fair for visitors to see milk being pro processed
cessed processed and made into ice cream.
One exhibit will feature an award-winning dis display
play display of tropical flowers. Another will have the
latest crop spraying helicopter on display.
The fair is being held in conjunction with the
Land Grant Centennial Celebration. Jan Lindke,
queen of the Centennial, will hostess the fair.
Career Day
Career Day on Saturday Will be the College of
Agricultures day to recruit new students. An
expected 500 high school and junior college stu students
dents students will tour the fair and be shown a movie
titled Careers in Agriculture.
The Agricultural Engineering Building will host
an open house during the fair.
The fair will run through Sunday. Hours are
Friday, 1 to 9 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m. to 0 p.m.;
and Sunday 1 to 5 p.m.

WSA Votes
No Bermudas
In Classroom
By BEN GARRETT
Gator Staff Writer
N 0 Bermuda shorts may be
worn to classes next semester.
The Women Students Associa Association
tion Association (WSA) Council passed the
UF proposed changes in womens
clotMng regulations by a 24 to 8
vote in a meeting last Monday.
8 Dissenters
The dissenting votes came from
Yulee, Grove, Alpha Chi Omega,
Alpha Delta Phi, Alpha Epsilon
Phi, Alpha Omicron Pi, Sigma
Kappa and Phi Mu.
The council, made up of re*
presentatives from sororities,
dormitories and women off offcampus,
campus, offcampus, accepted all the new
changes as they stood after their
last revamping.
The official new regulations are
as follows:
Streetwear only may be worn
in public on campus Monday
through Friday until 5 p.m. Af After
ter After 5 p.m. week-days, all day
weekends and during final exams
dress shall be "at the discretion
of the individual student, ac according
cording according to the new regulations.
Curlers Taboo
Taboo at all times in public plac places
es places will be extreme sunback dress dresses,
es, dresses, low necklines, hair curlers
(with or without a scarf), short
shorts and sunbathing apparel.
Bermudas and the like may be
worn anytime on campus during
the third semester in the sum summer,
mer, summer, provided blouses are tucked
in and the individual instructor
approves.
Karen Eilers, WSA president,
emphasized the new regulations
will not go into effect until next
September. The regulations will
affect girls only while they are on
campus.

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JOSE GRECO
and his troupe of Spanish dancers, singers and
musicians will perform for UF students Monday in the
Florida Gymnasium. Above, Greco is shown with sev several
eral several female and male members of his all-star cast,
while below he and three other male members dem demonstrate
onstrate demonstrate an intricate dance routine.
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City Rezones Greek Land
Over Reitz's Objections

By BILL DOWLING
Gator Staff Writer
Leo, the Sigma Alpha Epsilon
lion, may get a gas pump in his
ear.
The Gainesville City Commis Commission
sion Commission Monday night voted 4-1 to
rezone the comer of 13th St. and
W. University Ave. and permit
construction of a service station
on the land now owned by SAE
and Pi Kappa Phi.
Objections arose from UF Pres.
J. Wayne Reitz and Vice-Pres.
Harry M. Philpott who attended
the meeting. They requested that
action be delayed until they could
work out a plan suitable to the
fraternities and the UF. Their re requests
quests requests were denied.
The UF has not made any fur further
ther further public moves concerning the
rezoning. Philpott said Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday that the UF had "no com comment

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ment comment to make on the situation at
the present time.
SAE Pres. Orrin Kowen said
that the SAEs still did not know
where they stood, and would not
know until they had heard from
their national housing corpora corporation.
tion. corporation.
"I do not know who the buyer
is, KoWen said, "but I do know
that he is the same person who
is backing this local rezoning.
Pi Kappa Phi Treas. Grant Sa Sabin
bin Sabin said that "the sale of our
property is being handled by a lo local
cal local party who wished to remain
anonymous.
Higher taxes for tftie property
was the main reason the City
Commission gave for rezoning the
land. According to the Commis Commission,
sion, Commission, fraternity property is tax
exempt, but a business zoning
would "put it on the city tax
rolls.

Fair Features Rockets,
Glenn Space Capsule

By PAT CALLAN
Gator Staff Writer
Todays Engineering Fair shows both sides of
tomorrows future With rockets and fallout shel shelters
ters shelters leading the list of weekend exhibits at the
engineer building.
A facsimile of John Glenns Mercury space
capsule and a Saturn rocket are on display at
the hanger. The fallout shelter disigned and con constructed
structed constructed by the civil engineering students is on
display behind the main engineering building.
Produced By Students
The Fair, produced by students in the College
of Engineering, is displaying projects of the dif different
ferent different engineering societies.
Three prizes will be awarded to the best en entries.
tries. entries. Four judges will award a First Prize of SSO
and a trophy, Second Prize is $25 and a ribbon
and Third Prize winner Will receive a ribbon,
according to Fair Publicity Director Paul Hun Hunter.
ter. Hunter.
Last year, 25,000 people visited the fair, but
we expect more this year due to the several
state high schools that are planning to attend/'
said Paul Hunter, publicity chairman.
The National Aeronautics and Space Adminis Administration
tration Administration exhibit concerns the Saturn Project and

Six Pages This Edition

G/eco Troupe
To Click Heels
Monday Night
By SARA TODD
Gator Staff Writer
Heels tapping and castanets
clacking, Jose Greco and his
company of Spanish dancers, sin singers
gers singers and musicians will perform
Monday night in the final produc production
tion production of the 1961-62 Lyceum
Council.
The Italian bom flamenco
artist and his company, the lar largest
gest largest ever to travel under the
Greco banner, have scheduled a
program of both new dance s and
old favorites in the Spanish gypsy
mood.
Dances All-Inclusive
Grecos definition of Spanish
dances as "an all inclusive
term take s in flamenco, classi classical
cal classical and regional dances. Greco
said the program Monday night
will include selections from all
three categories.
Prima ballerina Lola de Rhon Rhonda
da Rhonda will be a highlight of the pro program.
gram. program. Five new members of the
troup will make their debut at the
UF presentation.
In Florida on its tenth trans transcontinental
continental transcontinental tour, the Greco com company
pany company will tour Europe and Scan Scandanavia
danavia Scandanavia this September.
Greco, who made his U. 8.
debut in 1951, was the major
dancing star of "Around the
World in 80 Days, and has
entertained for President Ken Kennedy.
nedy. Kennedy.
When Greco toured Denmark, a
Copenhagen newspaper gave this
account of hi* performance:
"We tore the house apart. We
laughed and we cried. We cheer cheered,
ed, cheered, we shouted, we stamped our
feet and finally we smothered
the dancers with flowers.
Appealing To Any*
Newly elected Lyceum Council
president and former publicity
chairman Tish Bates described
the approaching performance as
"a fitting climax to the Councils
work this year and a program
appealing to any type of audi audience.
ence. audience.
University students will be ad admitted
mitted admitted on ID cards to the pro production
duction production Monday night at 8:15 in
the Florida Gymnasium. Tickets
may b e purchased at the door.

related fields. This project is the largest space
vehicle under development in the United States
according to the NASA.
The display Includes different stages of the
rockets, fuel systems, boosters, guidance and
control systems and future missions of the Saturn
rocket.
The Saturn Project is one of the 18 exhibits
being displayed by state and national industries
in the areas of science and engineering at the
fair.
Otto the robot will again greet the visitors,"
said Hunter. This is the 17th annual showing
of the Engineering Fair, he added.
TV Nose Cone
Hunter said a space orbiting nose-cone with ft
television camera is an extra feature at the fair.
Other exhibits at the fair include: cutaway
models of late model cars, a gas turtrine car
engine, a scale model of a modem farm, crude
oil distilling, and a plastic foldable airplane wing.
The training atomic reactor is opea to the
public. This building is located behind the En Engineering
gineering Engineering building.
The fair will be open from noon to 10 p m. to today
day today and Saturday, and from 2 to 8 pm. on
Sunday.

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... do last minute work in preparation for the
opening today on the annual Engineering Fair. Week Weekend
end Weekend exhibits center around rocketry and the latest
advances in engineering techniques.

Public Meeting
Held to Explain
Misconception
By PAT TUN STALL
Gator Assistant Editor
Misconceptions held by
faculty members and the
public will be explained to today
day today at a special called all allfaculty
faculty allfaculty meeting sponsored
by the American Associa Association
tion Association of. University Profes Professors
sors Professors (AAUP).
The B"p.m. meeting in Walker
Auditorium is to prevent miscon misconceptions
ceptions misconceptions how much time are wo
putting in, how much extra work,
how we stand with regard to uni universities
versities universities of comparable size ac according
cording according to AAUP President Dr.
Seymor Block.
The meeting today arises from
reaction to Gov. Farris Bryant*
recently publicized statements re regarding
garding regarding faculty pay increases.
Bryant stated that an 11.7 per percent
cent percent salary increase across the
board, and a 7.5 per cent merit
pay raise plan is a backward
approach. What should control
is how much money is required to
do the job.
There is no magic in a per percentage
centage percentage formula of 3.8 or 7JS per
cent. (State Budget Director Har Harry
ry Harry Smiths plan for the legislature
would mean a 3.8 percent in increase.)
crease.) increase.)
We want to get the story
straight,' Block said. "The fac faculty
ulty faculty has yet to be heard from.
We cant just tell them to come,
but we can invite them. 1
Block, who was recently elect elected
ed elected president of the University
chapter of the AAUP, said that the
meeting will follow a This is a
misconception, this is the fact
form.
Some things have been said
which are simply contrary to
fact, he said. Some things can
construed in one way its just
a matter of having all the facts
with which to judge.
AAUP vice president Dr. John
DeGrove said the prevailing mis misconceptions
conceptions misconceptions regarding faculty
salaries and Work loads present a
grave threat to the future of high higher
er higher education in Florida and to
each faculty member In the stats
universities.
Action is needed and needed
now. he said.
Deadline Set
By Blue Key
Applications for membership in
Florida Blue Key, honorary ser service
vice service fraternity, are available at
the information desk of th e Flor Florida
ida Florida Union.
The deadline for submitting ap applications
plications applications is March 28, To be eli eligible
gible eligible for consideration, a person
must have participated in three
fields of extra-curricular activites.
He must have distinguished him himself
self himself in one field.



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Grant Organizing Party

John Grant, unsuccessful candi candidate
date candidate for student body president,
is organizing an independent cam campus
pus campus party*-
Grant, unaffiliated, received 1,-
017 votes out or 7,000 cast in
the March 15 elections.
IXie first major step for the

- CONGRATULATIONS TO
Bill Trickel
President of Student Body
and
BEST OF LUCK FOR
THE COMING YEAR
FROM THE GANG AT
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new party will come next fall,
according to Grant.
We are going to endorse and
zupport as many independent
candidates as possible for the fall
legislative council election s,
Grant said. I want the indepen independents
dents independents to know that a party is ac-

tually in the making.
Those who can qualify as candi candidates
dates candidates will form the nucleus of
the party.
Grant hesitated to say whether
he would run for the office again
next year.
I cant answer that now. But
I will say there are at least three
outstanding, qualified independents
who will be available for the
job next election.
Next year, out of this nucleus
and from other independents will
be formed an entire independent
slate. Theres a demand for it.
With only eight days of campaign campaigning,
ing, campaigning, I received more votes than
any unaffiliated candidate before.
This is an indication that the
student body is reedy for an in independent
dependent independent party.
Working with the knowledge
we gained in the past election
and with an equal start in cam campaigning,
paigning, campaigning, theres no reason why
an independent cant be sitting at
the presidents desk next year,
he said.

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Slide Rule Wins
In Court Case

By CAROLE BARDELLA
Gator Staff Writer
Force times acceleration equals
not guilty.
UF Industrial Engineering in instructor
structor instructor James E. Deuel found
out yesterday one of the many
uses of a slide rule outside the
classroom.
Deuel, who appeared in Muni Municipal
cipal Municipal Court on charges of exceed exceeding
ing exceeding the speed limit on campus,
applied his slide rule and en engineering
gineering engineering knowledge to disprove
the testimony of the arresting
officer.
Deuel pleaded not guilty, and
then mathematically explained to
Judge Wade Hampton, that if he
had been going 35 mph on Stad Stadium
ium Stadium Road as charged, the officer
would have had to average 60
miles per hour to catch up with
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been traveling 20-25 m.p.h., which
is within the speed limit, to reach
him the officer would only have
had to go 45 m.p.h.
The officer could only admit to
exceeding 35 m.p.h. during the
chase, but did not know his ex exact
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The slide rule won and Deuel
was found not guilty.*

URA Sets Change
In Religion Week

Year around religious activi activities
ties activities will replace the present
Religion-in-Life Week program on
the UF campus beginning with the
adoption of the trimester system
here next fall.
University Religious Association
announced yesterday the year-long
schedule will culminate in a
Religion-in-Life Week Jan. 20-24 of
next year.
Recommendations for the new
setup were drawn up by a spe special
cial special student faculty committee
headed by Dr. Hooper Wise of
the C-3 Department and Dr. Ri Richard
chard Richard Hiers and Dr. Austin Creel
of the Department of Religion and
Shell Clyatt, chairman of URA.
According to Clyatt, major rea reasons
sons reasons for the change include:
1. The present program would
not effectively serve the UF on
a year-around schedule;
2. The setup would increase stu student
dent student involvement in the program.
Proposals for the year long
schedule were adopted unanimous unanimously
ly unanimously recently by the URA Cabinet
composed of representatives of
campus religious organizations.
Religious activities will be spon sponsored
sored sponsored by the URA throughout the

UF Info Director
Elected to Post
W. H. Kerns was elected secre secretary
tary secretary treasurer of the South Southeastern
eastern Southeastern District, American College
Public Relations Association Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday.
Kerns, Director of the Informa Informational
tional Informational Services at the University,
was elected at the close of a
two-day conference held in Lex Lexington,
ington, Lexington, Ky.
He also accepted an award for
the UF as top winner of a science sciencewriting
writing sciencewriting competition sponsored by
the Southern Regional Education
Board.
Dean to Serve
On Commission
Dean Joseph Weil of the Col College
lege College of Engineering will serve as
a member of the Engineering
Committee of the Interstate Oil
Compact Commission in 1962.
Weil was appointed by Oklahoma
Governor J. Howard Edmonson,
alter Gov. Farris Bryants re recommendation.
commendation. recommendation.
The commission, a S 3 state or organization,
ganization, organization, is concerned with oil
and gas conservation in the Unit United
ed United States.

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and drama major from Ft. Gor Gordon,
don, Gordon, Ga. Miss Lightcap is a
20-year-oiid junior in English
and advertising from Atlanta.
Another 19-year-old beauty, Miss
Baker, is a sophomore in bus business
iness business education from Lock Lockbourne
bourne Lockbourne Air Force Base, Ohio.
The queen will be chosen by
advanced cadets from Army and
Air Force R.O.T.C. The judges
chose the girls from 23 contes contestants.
tants. contestants.

school year, according to Clyatt.
The present campuswide religious
convocation will be included in
the Religion-in-Life Week. Well
have about three major speakers
that week, Clyatt said.
Six Seek
Gator Posts
125 SI XSEEK Gator Posts
The Student Board of Publica Publications
tions Publications will elect students for the
posts of editor and managing edi editor
tor editor of the Alligator Monday.
Candidates for the positions
have submitted a written report
on their plans and ideas con concerning
cerning concerning the Alligator.
K. B. Meurlott, executive sec secretary
retary secretary of the board said the re reports
ports reports will be considered as well
os the experience, of the appli applicants.
cants. applicants.
Candidates include: Incumbent
Editor Bill Curry, editor; Tom
Gibon, incumbent Managing Edi Editor,
tor, Editor, a candidate for both posi positions;
tions; positions; Lou Ferris, a candidate for
both; David West, Jack Horan,
and David Lawrence Jr., all can candidates
didates candidates for the managing editor
post.

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Dollar Squeeze
Closes Dance
To Campus
CAROLE LATE
Gator Staff Writer
Advanced ROTC cadets and
thedr dates wdl dance to the music
of the 18-pdece Jacksonville Naval
Air Station Dance Orchestra Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night at the annual Military
Ball.
According to Military Ball Chair Chairman
man Chairman Ronald Grassi, this years
Ball will be limited to advanced
Army and Air Force ROTC ca cadets
dets cadets and their dates. In the past
the Ball had been open to all UF
students.
Financial Sqoeete
Grassi said that the Ball has
been closed this year mainly be because
cause because of financial reasons. In the
past four years enough tickets
have not been sold to cover the
cost of the event, he said.
Last years Military Ball put
the ROTC Department into debt
and the advanced cadets had to
pay up to $7.50 each to make up
for it, he said.
Grassi cited the competing
events the Engineering Fair,
Parents Weekend and the Florida
Players Production as rea reasons
sons reasons why there has not been a
bigger turn out for Military Ball
in the past.
He said now that Frolics has
been cancelled there has pressure
on the ROTC Department to open
the Ball to the entire campus.
Military Ball has been planned
six months in advance and it
would be impossible to open it
now, he said.
Ties To Bermudas
Grassi said that another reason
the Ball will be closed this year
is that in the past people came
ito the semi formal event dress dressed
ed dressed in every type of outfit, in including
cluding including bermuda shorts and ten tennis
nis tennis shoes.
There was a definite lack of
compliance to regulations, he
said.
Military Ball Banquet will be begin
gin begin at 6 p.m. in the Hub with Gen General
eral General George T. Duncan, Command Commander
er Commander of the Fourth Corps, as guest
speaker.
Talent Show
Following the banquet, cadets
and dates will move downstairs to
where they will be entertained by
the four top acts of the Gator
Gras Talent Show.
Dancing will begin at 8 p.m.
and will break at 10 for crowning
of the Military Ball queen.
From 23 original queen contes contestants,
tants, contestants, the judges have narrowed
it down to the three finalists
Dolores Loll, Libby Baker and
Jane Lightcap.
According to Grassi the only
two civilians appearing at Military
Ball this year will be UF Pres.
J. Wayne Reitz and Vice Pres.
Harry M. Philpott.

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JESSE STUART
Kentucky Poet
Jesse Stuart
Loves to Write
The love of writing is Jesse
Stuarts prime motivation of life.
The famous poet and novelist
from the Kentucky mountains
spoke Tuesday in University Au Auditorium.
ditorium. Auditorium.
The teachers who advised him
that he was too scatterbrained to
write a novel probably changed
their mind when Trees of Hea Heaven
ven Heaven was published. It sold 3D,-
000 copies and exhausted critics
supply of laudatory adjectives.
Os writing, Stuart says, It
guides you. If you like to write,
you will be a writer. He once
wrote 42 poems while sitting in a
cemetery during church service
While in college, he finished a
399 page autobiography in 11
days without skipping a class.
Stuarts successful formula for
writing a novel: Choose a sub subject
ject subject you are thoroughly familiar
with, but be original dont inii.
tate; gather material from your
knowledge and experience
(Change the names so you dont
get lawsuits pinned on you."');
keep the people in character; and,
pursue the idea like a wolve wolverine
rine wolverine pursues her prey,

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Bruce Bullock
Reviews Year
Prexy Outlines Administration
SG Failures, Accomplishments

By DAVID LAWRENCE JR.
Gator Editorial Assistant
Major accomplishment of 1961-
62 Student Government has been
the good communications enjoyed
between the administration and
Student Govt, according to past
Student Body Pres. Bruce Bullock.
Bullock stepped down from the
presidency Thursday night u>
make way for newly elected Bill
Trickel.
The main reason for the good
eommunications, Bullock said
this week, lies in our marshalling
all facts before we go to the ad administration
ministration administration with any requests.
Bullock listed his ideas of ma major
jor major accomplishments and failures
of the 1961-62 Student Govt, year
just prior to going out of office
Thursday night.
Included in accomplish m e n t s
listed were:
1. HONOR COURT REVISIONS:
Adopted last fall as a constitu constitutional
tional constitutional amendment, the article pro provides
vides provides for a jury system to re replace
place replace the former method of hav having
ing having Honor Court Justices decide
on the guilt or innocence of an
accused student.
2. STUDENT BUS SERVICE: A
shuttle bus arrangement to take
tudents living in outlying campus
areas to classrooms and back, the
system began last fall under the
Bullock administration.
We felt this filled in a major
gap here, Bullock said. But it
could be listed as a partial fail failure,

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ure, failure, he added, in that it is &
job for the university, not the stu students,
dents, students, especially with trimester
coming, next fall and shorter time
available for students.
3 STUDENT DIRECTOR OF
ALUMNI AFFAIRS: Created ear early
ly early in the Bullock administration,
the establishment of the office of
student alumni affairs was design designed
ed designed to bridge the gap between
student and alumni life, accord according
ing according to Bullock.
4. LEGISLATIVE LOBBYING.
Shortly after Bullock took office
last spring, he helped organize
a Florida Universities Need Dol Dollars
lars Dollars (FUND) drive to convince
legislators of state needs for high higher
er higher education.
We think we did well, Bul Bullock
lock Bullock added, and we know we
didnt hinder the UFs fight for
more money.
Failures, according to Bullock,
included:
BOOK FAIR: Set for either the
Florida Union or the Plaza oi the
Americas, the book fair was de designed
signed designed to save students money by
letting them barter with one
another in gelling and buying text textbooks.
books. textbooks.
We had this system when I
first came to school (1951), Bul Bullock
lock Bullock said, but the plans fell
through when the book fair chair chairman
man chairman dropped out of school.
STUDENT BUS: A partial fail failure,
ure, failure, according to Bullock, be because
cause because it is a job for the uni university,
versity, university, not the students.

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Israeli Culture
To Be Shown

By SANDY ROTHENBERG
Gator Staff Writer
The University Religious Assoc Association
iation Association and the Hillel Foundation
will sponsor an Israeli Culture
Week, March 26-29.
Several archeological findings
from the Holy Land dating back
5,000 years will be displayed in
the Florida Union. Other (show (showing*
ing* (showing* will depict Israels culture
through posters, photographs, and
arts and crafts.
Prof. Austin Creel, URA, advi advisor
sor advisor and Yehoshua Trigor, Vice
Consul of Israel are in charge
of coordinating the weeks pro program.
gram. program. There will be a guest
speaker appearing every evening

Deadline Nears
For Union Jobs
Applications are now being tak taken
en taken for director of the Florida
Union Board and chairman of
the dance committee.
Applications are also being tak taken
en taken to fill positions on the follow following
ing following committees: Dance, films,
Fine Arts, Forums, undersecre undersecretaries,
taries, undersecretaries, Special Projects and Rec Recreation.
reation. Recreation.
The deadline for filing is Mon Monday,
day, Monday, March 26 at 5 p. m. in room
315 of the Florida Union.

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during culture week.
Monday: Zeev Z. Dover, Con Consul
sul Consul of Israel, Southeastern Unit United
ed United Coffee hour: 3:30 p. m.
Florida Union Social Room.
Tuesday: Yehoshua Trigor, Vice
Consul of Israel Coffee hour:
3:30 p. n\., Florida Union Soc Social
ial Social Room.
Wednesday: Prof. Emanuel Ben
Dor, Emory University Coffee
hour: 3:30 p.m. Florida Union
Social Room.
Thursday: Aviad Yafeh, Consul
of Israel in New York.
During the day, the speakers
will lecture to various classes,
fraternities, and other groups.
Thi s is the first culture ex exchange
change exchange to be arranged with a
foreign country. If successful, it
will be followed with ones from
other countries.
Student Win
Scholarship
Miss Judith Judson, junior, is
the winner of a SSOO D. A. R.
scholarship, an annual award giv given
en given to an occupational therapy stu student.
dent. student.
Mrs. Ashmead White, Presi President-General
dent-General President-General of the National Soc Society
iety Society Daughters of the American
Revolution wrote Miss Judson in informing
forming informing her of the award.
Miss Judson was in competi competition
tion competition with students from all 50
states.
Mrs. Roy C. Jones, Regent of
local Himmarshee Chapter, D. A.
R. made the presentation on be behalf
half behalf of national officials.
The occupational therapy scho scholarship
larship scholarship is the only one of its
kind awarded by the D. A. R. in
the nation this year.
Art Magazine Features
Photography Instructor
Jerry N. Uelsman, photography
instructor in the department of
art, is one of several artists se selected
lected selected for the current issue of
Art in America.
The special issue, New Ta Talent:
lent: Talent: USA is devoted to repro reproducing
ducing reproducing work of persons of high
artistic achievement.

First Lady's Title
Said Misleading-
Lydia Bullock Says Presidency
Means 12 Months 'Orbital Flight'

By LYDIA BULLOCK
Would Be Staff Writer
C&mpUg First Lady is a ra rather
ther rather misleading title for the wife
of th President of the Student
Body. More accurate would be Of Official
ficial Official Morale-Booster, Telephone
Answerer, Late Supper Preparer
and Sp u r-of-the-Moment-Offi r-of-the-Moment-Offieial-Function-Goer!
eial-Function-Goer! r-of-the-Moment-Offieial-Function-Goer!
Communications between hus husband
band husband and wife are rather limited
when your spouse is at the beck
and call of 14,000 students not
to mention the faculty and alum alumni.
ni. alumni. The most standard form of
greeting between us for the past
year was a note saying, I wont
be home for dinner, or Ban Banquet
quet Banquet tonight. Can you be ready
by six?
The most rewarding part of be being
ing being First Lady is the oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity of meeting so many won wonderful
derful wonderful people students, alumni,
and faculty. I really did meet a
lot of marvelous people, though
one Gator staff writer-once call called
ed called me a mystery woman, ana
accused Bruce of keeping me hid hidden.
den. hidden.
Needed Nepotism
I sometimes wished Bruce had
indulged in nepotism I would
have loved to have been his sec secretary.
retary. secretary. But its just as well that
he decided an efficient office
would be more important than
having a hot lunch served on a
tray. I didnt get to change the
decor of 810 Florida Union, either.
I wanted to find some good
prints for his office, and to fur furnish
nish furnish it with some really anthentic
UF antiques perhaps a desk
made from the rafters of Floyd
Hall.
Future Presidents wives should
guard against too much emotion emotional
al emotional involvement when th e opposi opposition
tion opposition criticizes their husbands!
Its difficult to remember tha f
its all a part of campus politics,
and rarely anything personal is in intended.
tended. intended.
I Like FSU
I would like to say that Bruce
did establish good relations with
The Florida State University. As
an alumna of that institution,
there was nothing I enjoyed more
than sitting in the midst of the
Student Govt section at Florida
Field cheering my head off, while
the Seminoles tied the Gators! I
guess that was the loneliest time
of the year, but all is forgiven
. now. Bruce took the gag off
right after the game.
Split Second Timing
We missed the Georgia-Florida
Alumni Breakfast in Jacksonville.
Bruce had been up all night at a
Florida Blue Key tapping session.
He came home at 8 a.m., chang changed
ed changed clothes and we started to
drive to Jax. He fetll asleep at
Keystone Heights. I drove the rest
of the way, while the car radio
described the breakfast, and I
heard Dr. Reitz make our ex excuses.
cuses. excuses.
There were many times during

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the year when I was left to my
own devices while the men talked
policies, programs, ad infinitum.
But these times were atoned for
when the discussions took place at
our apartment, sometimes into the
wee small hours.
Hes My Man
I have one overall impression
of the past year. It is one of
tremendous pride in my husband,
all the things he managed to do,
with the help of many people; not notwithstanding
withstanding notwithstanding my outbursts regard regarding
ing regarding the lack of time he spent at
home.
We hadnt been married a year
when Bruce was elected, perhaps
that was why I was pretty selfish
about wanting his company. But
who could argue that being so
busy has made the past 12 months
seem lik e an orbital flight. Be Before
fore Before long well be leaving the UF.
Perhaps we shall be twisting our
way out! Thats one thing I could
do as a First Lady that Jack Jackie
ie Jackie Kennedy cant!

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Tuesday and Friday morning except during holidays and vacation periods. The FLORIDA GATOR Is entered as second
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Q. What makes a campus pret pretty?.
ty?. pretty?.
'7 A. Trees and grass and ivy- covered
buildings.
Q. What makes a campus ugly ?
A. Men and money and gasoline
stations.
"TTS A particular shame when a
familiar landmark is eradicated from
a community, especially when the
main motivation is apparently a lit little
tle little more tax money.
...The Gainesville City Commission,
disregarding the fringe appearance
of the UF campus and seeking ways
to sweeten their kitty, voted Tuesday
to rezone residential property adjac adjac;
; adjac; ent to the campus. The UF protested,
but to no avail.
The residential area was converted
to a business district by a vote of 4
to 1.
The property that was rezoned is
the home of two UF fraternities
Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Pi Kappa
Phi. They want the money to move
to locations on Fraternity Row.
LN OTHER WORDS, these two ivy ivycovered
covered ivycovered fraternity houses will soon be
razed to make way for a brand new,
sparkling, beautiful filling station.
Sounds fine, doesnt it?
OH For Ivy
But this seems to be the general
philosophy of Gainesville. Dont give
a hoot for the students or the Uni University,

a class for professors today

AT 3 P.M. today, when same of
us will be packing to head home for
the weekend and others will be hurry hurrying
ing hurrying to our 3:oss or elsewhere, a
group of professors will gather in
Walker Auditorium to clear up some
misconceptions as to salary scales,
merit raises, and other issues relating
to pay under the trimester system.
American Association of Univer University
sity University Professors chapter representa representatives
tives representatives have indicated that todays
meeting will be of top news signifi significance.
cance. significance. The wire services and fop Tal Tallahassee
lahassee Tallahassee correspondents are reported reportedly
ly reportedly to attend. We dont know what the
professors will do. We dont know if
it is of top news significance. We do
know however, that the issue is of
top importance to the future of high higher
er higher education in the state . the new
bond proposal included.
THE IMPORTANCE of the salary
problem can be illustrated by picking

~ THE ZUBER P-TA isnt the only
group with its public relations eyes
on the University. The following edi editorial
torial editorial appeared in the Rochester (N.
H.) Courier under the title A Dillar
A Dollar, A Ten Oclock Scholar.
Student government leaders at
the University of Florida, we read,
have set up a campus bus system on
the complaint of students that their
dormitories are too far from the
Universitys class buildings making
them late for class.
These poor, sore-footed young youngsters
sters youngsters shouldnt be deprived of their
sihall-hours bull sessions where they

Editor-in-Chief Bill Curry
Managing Editor Tom Gibson
Business Manager Hendrik Browne
EDITORIAL STAFF
Executive Editor David West STAFF WRITERS
Assistant Editor Pat Tunstoll Carole BtrdeUft, PmeU Bishep. Pat e*!Ua, Bill Dewliiig,
kl.w. EJi,.. HAran Leu Ferrii. Bob Fisher, Bill Falter, Ben Garrett. Ronnie
j ** Sue Goodman. Baba Lahna. Devin Lawrence Jr.. Torn
Coed editor Moryonne Awtiey Levine. Pete Liston, Sandy Rethenberg. Fred Schneider,
Rliruirrr PTA rp April Stanley. Sandy Sweltser, Sara Todd. Sandra Tay Tayj
j Tayj dUSINES) 5TArr lor, scary Lon Warren.
Advertising Staff: Dava Champhion. Ton Hoffman. SFORTS STAFF
DaTld Hamilton. Lee Eggert. Jared Lehow, Charles gj; u kAIUm
Prince. Joe Dt, Jie Patanella, Karl Skadowtkl, Dava ipOftS Editor. MHCG UOffl
Whitfieldi National Advertising. Faye Corhelie: Office Assistant Sports Editor: Robert Green
Manager. Carole Powers: Clrcaiation, BUI Herbert: Sob* Staff Writers: David Berkowits. Phil Heavner, Gary
script ions. Romeo Massey Klee, Grover Robinson. Vie Schneider.

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Editorials

versity, University, theyre merely passing
through.
The University has an attractive
campus. Its probably one of the pret prettiest
tiest prettiest natural locations in North Cen Central
tral Central Florida, and certainly the most
beautiful in Gainesville. Plants and
Grounds spends $230,000 annually for
the upkeep and landscaping of the
UF proper. A committee exists sing singularly
ularly singularly to study and plan the beauti beautification
fication beautification of the grounds to make the
UF a scenic and enjoyable place to
live.
BUT HOW pretty would Brigitte
Bardot be if she bedecked herself
in shabby clothes?
By the same token, the UF cannot
keep a decent apearance if the fringe
area surround the campus is devoid
of such traditionally collegiate struc structures
tures structures as the SAE and the PKA
houses.
And what will happen is that the
values of the bordering property
will decrease forcing the owners to
ask the city to rezone their land to
business.
THE RESULT will be a huge shop shopping
ping shopping center of some sort to compete
with the azaleas and pine trees across
the street.
How happy would the commission
be then as they watched their coffers
overflow. How happy the alums
would be when they came back for
Homecoming to find the cherished
brown gables gone, a true Florida
tradition.

out one of its chronic results now. The
delayal of pay decisions by the Board
of Control and the Budget Commis Commission
sion Commission has left the University in poor
shape to compete on the academic job
market. According to Dr. Manning
Dauer, head of the department of po political
litical political science, the usual time to hire
professors for the fall term is in De December.
cember. December. It is almost April and he has
no contracts signed. Why? Because
he is unable to tell how much pros prospective
pective prospective professors will be paid. There
is no rate of pay even for this summer
session. Dauer termed the recruit recruitment
ment recruitment situation critical, adding that
some of the PhDs graduating from
the UF this spring will be going else elsewhere
where elsewhere because they have something
definite . something the UF cant
offer.
WELL BE listening for the pro professors
fessors professors voices this afternoon. Speak
loudly so you will be heard. And good
luck.

can determine the future of the world
and the virtue of a coed.
If an eight oclock or nine oclock
class is going to cut in on their much muchneeded
needed muchneeded sleep, something should be
done about it.
PROFESSORS should realize that
a drowsy student cannot absorb the
education necessary for him to keep
this nation strong and great.
Not for these boys to buck through
snowdrifts to borrow a book, as Lin Lincoln
coln Lincoln probably did.
But then, there arent any snow snowdrifts
drifts snowdrifts in Florida.

Friday, March 23, 1962

BELCH

UNDERCURRENT

Student Leaders: Today
You Can Prove Worth

By JOHN GRANT
Congratulations to UF chap chapter
ter chapter of the American Associa Association
tion Association of University Professors for
finally coming out on their
own behalf. In the past th e sil silence
ence silence has been deafening in the
face of some flagrant indignities
cast upon the faculty.
THE ISSUE this time is pay
raisesalways worthy of com comment,
ment, comment, but this time perhaps ev even
en even worthy of action.
With the added weight of the
trimester work load the faculty
expected & commensurate in-

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crease in pay.
This increase
apparently is
not forthcom forthcoming.
ing. forthcoming. It seems
that the mas master
ter master economist
of Florida, our
Governor is
about to com commit
mit commit the penny
wise and
pound foolish

act of watering down the raises.
The Governors logic is hidden
behind a hail of statistics pro provided
vided provided by State Budget Direc Director
tor Director Harry Smith Which seem
to prove somehow that although
an extra semester has been
added, the professors are only
working a few days more than
now and do not rate a large in increase.
crease. increase. This is interesting con considering
sidering considering the fact that it takes
some planning, some readjust readjustment,
ment, readjustment, some shifting of responsi responsibility
bility responsibility and rescheduling, some
revisiosn well, you get the
idea.
One wonders why the govern governor
or governor ever bothered to make the
following statement:
"I cant emphasize strongly
enough how important it is that
we develop a program in high higher
er higher education that is compara comparable
ble comparable to what is being done here
in the are a of space. (He
must be referring to our early
space efforts!)
Bryant has the legal arsenal
to force about anything he
wants through what he does
not have is the power to do
it gracefully. The question of
whether or not the raises
will be given as promised or re reniged
niged reniged upon will not be answer answered
ed answered tomorrow (Friday at 3
m. March 23) at the AAUP
meeting. For the present the
battle line s are not clear 1 y
drawn.

YOU WERE THERE

Collan Gives Inside Scoop on Inflation

By PAT CALLAN
A UPI story about Prince Princeton
ton Princeton University was sent in by
Karl Geitner 3EG? It pertains
to the PDA at Jennings Hall.
It seems that the Princeton
men are now allowed to have
young ladies, we call them
coeds, in their dorms until mid midnight
night midnight on Fridays and Saturdays.
Last April the Princeton stu students
dents students rioted to win an extension
of the curfew that was origin originally
ally originally 9 p.m.
And do you know that some of
the students complained about
the new extension.
Here at florida the trend
seems to be going is the other
direction. Coeds wont be wear-

The meeting is to clear up
misconceptions about the
raises, i. e. to lay bare the
facts o* the case and clear
away the statistical fog Budget
director Smith has laid down.
It remains to be seen what ac action
tion action will be taken should the
the governor remain adamant
to needs of the faculty he is
supposed to serve as governor.
Should this be the case, (there
i s little doubt it will), the next
question is, what will the
AAUP do?
UNTIL the problem reaches
a head, no one will know what
student support will be, but
this seems like the first chance
for the new government to
meet their responsibility head
on and support the faculty.
Just what form of support may
best accomplish the AAUp ends
might best be left up to the
judgement of that body.
That the AAUP is interested
in such support is evidenced by
the fact that variou g student
leaders have been invited per personally
sonally personally to attend. This seems
a merger of interests long ov overdue.
erdue. overdue.

to Me f
Coed Ponders Reason
For One-Kiss-Only Rule

EDITOR:
If the public display of affec affection
tion affection is objected to I wonder by
whom and why. Obviously not
by those participating in the
giving and receiving of affec affection.
tion. affection. This leaves only those
not participating. Either those
not participating are objecting
because it offends them person personally
ally personally or because they are consi considering
dering considering the possibility' of offend offending
ing offending others (parents, tourists,
money donors, etc.)
If the non participants are
offended personally perhaps this
view' would quickly be changed
should they ever become parti participants.
cipants. participants. As to offending some
abstract group (parents, tour tourists,
ists, tourists, etc.) there are rarely ev ever
er ever any of these people' in this
area at the hour in quest i o n.
When they do occur perhaps

ing burmudas to classes any
more. Nor can they kiss more
than once in front of Jennings.
Soon, somebody will want this
fine institution to revent back to
a pre war system and get rid
of the coeds all together.
Our coeds are having their
inner secrets revealed, publicly.
If you build a better mouse
trap, advertise. Thats exactly
what Wilsons Department Store
did in a recent issue of the
Alligator.

YOU MIGHT have noticed the

inflatable bra
advertisement.
With a % r
alone . Tres
Secrette gives
you a natural naturally
ly naturally beautiful
line ... is
your secret
. . cieffes
detection!
Wilson's must
be trying some
inflati o n a r y

CALLAN

method to help them get over
the hump.
There are a lot of this type
of advertising filling magazines,
newspaper and television
screens.
Some show a girl wearing one
that stops a train. Other s say
you can sleep with it on. There
is probably a bra for every oc occasion.
casion. occasion.
But just let the Orange Peel
try to slip one of those ads in
the magazine, and the issue
would be banned.

THE FLAIL

If Mag Representatives Call You...

By JOHN MILLER
I offer the following tale for
what it is worth. I make no
accusations or allegations. If
you are a student, have a
phone, and plan a limited bud budget,
get, budget, you might find it inter interesting.
esting. interesting.
* *
LAST'WEEK, my wife and I
received a phone call. It was
from a magazine subscription
service and they offered us the
following deal: a 4 month sub subscription
scription subscription to LIFE and LOOK for
35 cents a week, with three ad additional
ditional additional magazines of our choice
to be received free for the same
period. At this price, which
amounted to $1.50 a month, we
would receive all five maga magazines
zines magazines for 4 months. A route
man would collect that amount
from us at our door each month.

That was
the whole
deal. I asked
q u e s tions.
Having been
assured that
we would
be under no
pressure for
further sub subscriptions
scriptions subscriptions and
that we would
be required

*
MILLER

to pay nothing
else, we expressed our interest
and were told a representative
would call on us to sign blanks
and contract.
He did, The contract we were
to sign called for a charge of
$2.95 each month for a period
of 24 months. In the contract
it wa s specified that: No ver verbal
bal verbal agreements can be recog recognized.
nized. recognized. In short, whatever you
were told on the phone was of
no value and would not be con considered
sidered considered as bondable upon the
company.
*
WE ASKED the representative
why we were given a different
deal on the phone when the
printed contract didnt mention
anything like it. He disclaimed
all knowledge of what we were
told on the phone. He explained
that they hired local girls lor
the telephone canvassing and I
had either misunderstood or she
had quoted things wrong.
I was irked but, rather than
start a family discussion on our
small budget in front of a
stranger (who would?), I
signed. After he left, my wife
and I decided we didnt like
things at all when they were
conducted in that manner and
we resolved to call and cancel
our order. The man had told us
they were maintaining offices at
the Hotel Thomas.
We called. The Hotel Thomas
had never heard of them Neith Neither
er Neither had the White House (Hotel).
A check with the Chamber of

their feelings of offence would
decrease also should they be become
come become participants.
May I, however, offer the fol following
lowing following suggestions byway of
consolation to the present par participants.
ticipants. participants. If the one-kiss allow allowance
ance allowance applies only to mouth
kisses, perhaps if there is still
some affection to be express expressed
ed expressed it could be through kisses on
the nose, cheek, and so on.
Since objection is to the dis display
play display of affection in front of the
dorms, men and women could
gather in the street (city pro property?)
perty?) property?) to express their affec affection.
tion. affection. Until a time limit (admin (administered
istered (administered by referees with stop
watches) is placed on the one
kiss, the obvious solution is to
prolong the kiss until all the
affection is used up.
A PDAer

I DONT believe that a store
should outwardly advertise such
a product in the present man manner.
ner. manner. Here are my suggestions.
II the ad would read some something
thing something like this: Girls! Come
see w'hat Wilsons Department
store has for you that will make
the guys want to hold you.
Or, How to keep your head
above water and still be a hit
at the dance.
By writing the ads in this
manner, the guys wont know
what makes coeds so neat
looking. Nor will they know you
do it with air alone.
One final note to the guys who
might be planning to pin a coed
in the future . CAREFUL
*
THERE IS a special exhibit
at the Agri-Science Fair that
should warm the hearts of the
integrationists. The students will
be hatching colored chicks.
The process might be called
pre destination.

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For information leading to
the arrest and conviction
of unknown persons or per person
son person who, upon Feb. 28th,
1962, stole a personal di diary
ary diary from the apartment of
Mr. D. C. Carlton.
CALL FR 6-5465

Commerce revealed that the
representatives were not cur currently
rently currently registered as in town, but
that ours wag not the first com complaint
plaint complaint received. A call to the
telephone company finally secur secured
ed secured the companys Gainesville
number.

A FULL DAY of phoning ob obtained
tained obtained nothing but a busy sig signal.
nal. signal. The operator checked. The
phone was not out of order or
in use. Someone had left the re receiver
ceiver receiver off.
By this time I was hot and,
working with Don Richie o 4 the
Gainesville Sun, investiga t i o n
proceeded. I finally, the next
day, got a call through to the
local representative. She inform informed
ed informed me very curtly that she
would not discuss things on
the phone, I could not cancel
my subscription. I might return
whatever they sent m e at a la later
ter later date if I saw fit, I must
see her in the office except she
wasnt planning to be in the
office.
I informed her that I was irk-

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A recent and most heartening development in American college
life has been the emergence of the artist-in-res:dence. In fact,
the artist-in-residence has become as familiar a sight on campus
as Latin ponies, leather elbow patches, Rorschach tests, hula
hoops, and Marlboro cigarettes.
And we all know how familiar thal isl mean Marlboro ciga-
rettes. And why should it not be familiar? Why, where learning
1 is king, where taste is sovereign, where brain power rules
supreme, should not Marlboro be everyones favorite? The same
good sense that gets you through an exam in Restoration Poetry
or solid-state physics certainly does not desert you when you
come to pick a cigarette. You look for a flavor that is flavorful,
a filter pure and white, a choice of pack or box, a lot to like. \ou
look, in short, for Marlboroand happily you dont have V) look
far. Marlboro is available at your friendly tobacconists or vend vending
ing vending machine, wherever cigarettes are sold in all fifty states and
Las Vegas.
But I digress. We were speaking of the new campus phenome phenomenonthe
nonthe phenomenonthe artist-in-residencea man or woman who writes,
paints, or composes right on your very own campus and who is
also available for occasional consultations with superior students.
Take, for example, William Cullen Sigafoos, artist-in-residence
at the Toledo College of Belles Lettres and Fingerprint Identifi Identification.
cation. Identification.
As we all know, Mr. Sigafoos has been working for many years
on an epic poem in rhymed couplets about the opening of the
Youngstown-Akron highway. Until, however, he went into
residence at the Toledo College of Belles I stores and Finger Fingerprint
print Fingerprint Identification, his progress was not what you would call
rapid. He started well enough with the immortal couplet we all
know: They speed along on [wheels of rubber J rushing home in
time for subber ...
Then Mr. Sigafoos got stuck. It is not that his muse deserted
him; it is that he became involved in a series of time-consuming
episodesa prefrontal lobotomy for Irwin, his faithful sied
dog; fourteen consecutive months of jury duty on a very com complicated
plicated complicated case of overtime parking; getting his coattail caught in
the door of a jet bound for Brisbane, Australia; stuff like that.
He was engaged in a very arduous job in Sanduskyposing
for a sculptor of hydrantswhen an offer earne from the Toledo
College of Belles Lettres and Fingerprint Identification to take;
Up residence there, finish bis magnum opus and, from tone to y
tone, see a few gifted students. \ *
Mr. Sigafoos accented with pleasure and to three dhort yeani
completed the second couplet of his Youngstown- Akron Turnpike
epic: The kigkwety is mode of solid concrete and at the toll station you l
get a receipt. a
I
Then a few gifted students came to visit him. They were a
prepossessing lot- the boys with corduroy jackets and tong,
shaggy beards; the girls also with corduroy jackets bat with
beards neatlv braided.
What is truth?" said one. "What s beauty?" said another.
Should a writer live first and write later or should be write
and do a little living in his spare time?" said another.
How do yon find happinessand having found it, hoar do
you get rid of it?" said another.
Whither are we drifting?" said another.
I dont know whither you are drifting," said Mr.
but as for me, lam drifting back to Sandusky to pose for the
hydrant sculptor."
And back he went, alas, leaving only a fragment of his Youngs
town-Akron Turnpike epic to rank with other such iwoom iwoompleted
pleted iwoompleted masterpieces as Schuberts Unfinished Symphony, the
Venus de Milo, and Singers Midgets. ** mmmi
* *
Take cheer, good friends, from one masterpiece that is com complete.
plete. complete. We, refer, of course, to Marlboro cigarettes, Fitter
end and tobacco end are both as good as tobacco artistry
and science can make thanu r~

ed and that she would read all
about it. Within 20 minutes, I
received a long distance phone
call from the regional manag manager
er manager in Orlando who was quite
eager to arrange anything I
might like in order to appease.
He inform s m y check and
contract are in the mail back to
me right now. Doesnt under understand
stand understand the mix up, doesnt run
a fly-by-night operation, has
valuable reputation, etc.
* *
AS OF NOW, my hands are
washed. Mr. Richie and, for all
I know, the local police, are
carrying on, Th e fact remains
that I was presented
ate misrepresentation over the
phone and had to go to great
lengths to cancel out.
This telephone canvas is still
going on. The companys per permit
mit permit does not expire till May
16th. While I am certain you
would normally get all the
facts in such a situation, I might
suggest that if you get such a
call .



'Oedipus Rex' Praised
As Rewarding Theatre

By c WARREN FRENCH, HU).
Gator Guest Writer
Qseek drama may be resurrect resurrected
ed resurrected today as a museum piece or
staged as a still vital ritual in
mans search to come to terms
with the mysteries of his exis existence.
tence. existence. The former treatment is
exemplified by a still remember remembered
ed remembered -local production of Medea,
f c 1 *
Prof to Give
U. N. Speech
VThe Changing Face of the
Nations will be the topic
otf a speech by Dr. Frederick
Hartmann at the Wesley Foundat Foundation
ion Foundation Annex Monday night, March
23.
Dr. Hartmann has been at the
UF since 1948 and is a professor
of science.
The talk is sponsored by the
Gainesville Chapter of the Ameri American
can American Association for the United
Nations.

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ifoir would
you forecast
your next
few years?
% the young man planning Ns fife realizes
as never before that in today's world his own
future is tied inevitably to America's future.
How can he serve both?
Many college graduates, both men and women,
are finding a rewarding answer on the Aero Aerospace
space Aerospace Team as officers in the U. S. Air Force.
Here is a career that is compelling in its chal challenge
lenge challenge and opportunity. And it is away of life

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which was about what one ex expects
pects expects in a place where the human humanities
ities humanities are too frequently treated as
a branch of enbalming.
Director August Staub, Set De Designer
signer Designer Ron Jerit, and Costume De Designer
signer Designer Mary. Stephenson have had
the temerity, however, to at attempt
tempt attempt the more difficult second
course with Sophocles somber
Oedipus Rex, and the reward rewarding
ing rewarding result is a kind of exciting
theatre rarely observed here.
While full credit must be given
the cast for labor s beyond the
call of duty, the production is a
directorial triumph. Staub has had
the kind of imaginative vision that
the brooding drama demands, and
he ha s exerted every effort to
realize his conception on the
stage.
Jerits stark, tilted set helps the
audience gain the needed sense of
participation in the proceedings,
while Miss Stephensons extraor extraordinarily
dinarily extraordinarily effective costumes add
the proper ceremonial bearing to
the occasion. Only the make-up
needs to be a. bit less conspicu conspicuous

ttwrf holds the unsurpassed satisfactions that
come with service to country.
As a college student, bow can yon
become an Air Force Officer?
If yon have not completed Air Force
Officer Training School provides an opportu opportunity
nity opportunity to qualify for a variety of vitally needed jobs
in the Aerospace Age. A graduate, of this three threemonth
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For full information including the chance to
obtain graduate degrees at Air Force expense
see the Air Force Selection Team when it visits
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ous conspicuous to make the production as
nearly unified in conception as
we are likely to find in the col college
lege college theatre.
If there is any room for im improvement,
provement, improvement, it is only because
Staubs demands have overstrain overstrained
ed overstrained the experience and voices of
the cast. The chanting of the
choru s is haunting, but the un untuned
tuned untuned speeches of the principal*
often reduce a noble quarrel to a
quibble.
Only in the climactic scene in
which Oedipus confronts his shep shepherd
herd shepherd saviour destroyer is the
emotional pace attained that en enables
ables enables the audience to forget en entirely
tirely entirely the absurdities of the legend
and feel the pity and terror the
Greek drama can evoke. I am
inclined to think that to produce
a play like this today one should
have the text recorded and the
action pantomimed.
One does not go to this play,
however, to be entertained, but
to participate in an austere ritual.
August Staub and his talented co coworkers
workers coworkers have done in this produc production
tion production what the college theater
should do suggest the pro profound
found profound resources of the theater. The
measure of the intelligence of the
audience will be the enthusiasm of
its response.
City To Pave
Lot Needed
The University and the alty of
Gainesville may join forces to al alleviate
leviate alleviate parking problems on W.
University Ave. by building a
parking lot across from the UF
Campus.
Mayor-Commissioner Norwood
Hope proposed at a city commis commissioners
sioners commissioners luncheon last Friday that
the commission ask UF officials
to provide a lot somewhere on
the north side of University Ave.
In return, the city could agree
to pave and maintain the park parking
ing parking area, he said.
The commission took no action
on Hopes proposal.
Bill Dowling Elected
Seminole Editor for '62
Bill Dowling, 3JM, was elected
editor of the 1962 Seminole Mon Monday,
day, Monday, by the Student Board of Pub Publications.
lications. Publications.
S
Dowling was the copy editor
last year and has been on the
Seminole staff for the past two
years. He is currently a staff
writer for the Alligator.
Also elected Monday wag Lee
Sharp as managing editor of the
Seminole.

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PLAYERS PRESENT
. . Oedipus Rex feels the curtains of doom drop dropping
ping dropping around him, tonight and Saturday, at 8, at Nor Norman
man Norman Hall Auditorium. A1 Wehlburg stars as Oedipus,
in the Florida Players presentation of Sophocles
tragedy.

Socially Speaking

UF Centennial Fete
Held Founders Day

SUE ROSE
Gator Society Editor
Founders and parents appear on
campus at Greek celebrations this
weekend. Florida alumni and fra fraternity
ternity fraternity meng families will take
part in observance of Land Grant
Centennial Week, while brothers
and dates plan and party with
them.
The Chi Phis will celebrate their
annual Founder* Day this week weekend
end weekend for their twenty-seventh an anniversary
niversary anniversary on campus. Alumni the
state have been invited to attend
a smoker tonight.
Activities on Saturday include
meetings in the morning, the
Orange and Blue football game
in the afternoon and a party
Saturday night honoring the
visiting alumni.
Delt Rainbow
Delta Tau Delta will crown the
1962 Delt Sweetheart as the high highlight
light highlight of their traditional Rain Rainbow

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bow Rainbow Weekend. One of the five
contestants: Libby Baker, Pam
Jackson, Dianne Neral, Leslie
Rivers, and Diane Smith, will be
presented the title by last years
Sweetheart, Mrs. Bonnie Holli Holliman.
man. Holliman.
The crowning will be followed
by an informal dance Saturday
night. The weekend starts with a
hayride Friday night for the Delta
and their dates.
The Phi Gams will socialize
with the AOPis Friday night.
Little Jake and the Blenders
will provide the music. Little Jake
will stay for a party for the Phi
Gams and their dates at the Fiji
Hut.
KA Chi O Social
The Chi Omegas and the KAs
had a social Friday. The Chi Os
initiated new sisters this week.
The best pledge award went to
Jan Jordan, and the most im improved
proved improved scholarship to Carol
Thornton.
The TEP S will host parents at
annual Parents Day this week weekend.
end. weekend. Recently pinned girls will be
serenaded at the Tep House
Saturday.
Founders Day
Lambda Chis kick off the offi official
cial official celebration of their anniver anniversary,
sary, anniversary, observing Thursday as
Founders Day, at 6:30 today
with the Phi Delta Thetas in a
basketball game.
The Phi Delts and the Lambda
Chi s are having a joint party
after the game. Saturday marks
the official ground breaking
ceremony from the Lambda Chi
House on Fraternity Row. Satur Saturday
day Saturday night they will have a smor smorgasbord
gasbord smorgasbord banquet, followed by a
formal dance at Silver Springs.
Lambda Chi Crescent Girl will
be crowned a* ~e party by last
-ears sweetheart.
The Phi Mus and the Latin Am American
erican American Club will party at the Phi
Mu house tonight. Chivos Combo
will play and a floor show fea featuring
turing featuring Mexican folk dances, a cu cuator
ator cuator and accordion presentation,
and a piano performance are on
tap.

fia The Dark

Funny British. Comedy
Features Shy Professor

By FRED SCHNEIDER
Alligator Amusements Editor
Bizarre and raucously funny i
the only comment one can maxe
concerning The Bachelor Flat.
This hilarious comedy centered
around a British professor of Ar Archaeology,
chaeology, Archaeology, takes its turn at the
eternal confusion of shy men and
aggressive women.
Terry-Thomas stars as the

prof with some something
thing something that draws
women to him
like bees flock to
nectar.
However, our
prof is engaged.
To Mrs. Bush Bushmiller
miller Bushmiller (Celesce
Holme) no less.
The complica complication
tion complication is that Mrs.

JR*

B. hasn't feued Schneider
up about Libby
(her 17-year-old daughter) and so
the prof knows nothing about his
middle-aged bride-to-be.
Libby shows up and the fun
begins.
Can-Can
The antics are hilarious, the
comedy is sophisticated and the
whole thing is enjoyable through,
out.
At the State is Folies Ber Bergere
gere Bergere a jaunt into the musicale of
France. Some story line, Jots of
Can-Can and nothing overly excit excit;an

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ing.
Next Wednesday at the State,
Purple Noon the all time French
thriller that promises to have peo.
pie falling out of the baJcony with
excitement.
Thing
At the Norman Hall Theater we
find another comedy. Something
to the effect of Oedipus Rex,
or ia it Oedipus Wrecked?
The whole thing seems to be

Centers Observe Lent

By RONNIE SUE GOODMAN
Gator Staff Writer
CATHOLIC STUDENT CEN CENTER:
TER: CENTER: Rosary will be said Mon Monday
day Monday through Thursday at 5:30 p.
m. On Friday evening at 7, there
will be Stations of the Cross and
Benediction. There ia a Newman
Club meeting Sunday at 7:30 p.
m.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE: There
will be a Christian Science Or Organization
ganization Organization meeting on Sunday at
6:45 p.m., in room 218 of the
Florida Union. Tuesday, April 3,
there will be a film In room 215
of the Florida Union, at 7 p.m.
The title of the film is The
Story of Christian Science.
EPISCOPAL UNIVER SIT Y
CENTER: This Sunday the Len-

;an excit;an agglomeration of an overly
I loud chorus drowning out each
others lines, plus constant claw clawings
ings clawings at the main character. Per Perhaps
haps Perhaps Im not artistic but it would
that Oedipus Rex* should
be retitled Loud Chorus with a
King.
I seem to remember that So Sophocles
phocles Sophocles was the modem Creek
tragedian. Wasnt it Aeschulus who
i relied on the chorus?

ten Study Program at the Chapel
will be held from 7:30 to. 8:30
every' Sunday evening until -April
8.
KILLEL FOUNDATION: Sab Sabbath
bath Sabbath services will be held Friday
evening at 7:30, featuring the
Israeli Vice Consul, Mr. Tri Trigor.
gor. Trigor.
On Sunday morning at 11, there
will be a brunch. Israeli dancing
will begin at 7:30 p.m., and so social
cial social dancing at 8:30 p.m. Tho
dancing wil be preceded by a
short business meeting.
WESLEY FOUNDATION: Fri Friday
day Friday evening at 6:30 there will be
a dime dessert. Fbrum Hour,will
begin at 7, with Ted Reiser speak speaking.
ing. speaking. Open hou.se begins at '8:30.

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Page 6

Sports Galore This Weekend

By ROBERT GREEN
Assistant Sports Editor
The hard hitting Gator baseball
team will attempt to improve its
1-1 SEC Eastern Division record
with & two game series against
Vanderbilt after winding up a non nonconference
conference nonconference series with North Car Carolina.
olina. Carolina.
The Friday game will start at
3:00 p.m. while the Saturday tilt
has been moved up to 11:00 a.m.
so it will not conflict with the
Orange-Blue football game.
In addition, North Carolina,
who finished the two games with
the Gators on Thursday, will
play Vanderbilt at 10:00 a.m. on
Friday at Perry Field.
Two Ace
The Gators swept two games
from Vanderbilt last season, winn winning
ing winning 7-5, and 6-0. Coach Dave Ful Fuller
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aces, CL W. Price and Jerry Ni Nicolson
colson Nicolson against the Commodores.
Price lost the Wednesday game
against the Tarheels and has &
1-1 record as does Nicolson.
The hitters ar e making the big
noise for the Gators with six re regulars
gulars regulars batting over .300 going in into
to into the first six games.
Shortstop Berate Hacking Is
off to a great start with a .520
batting average. Carol Lanoux
has a -833 mark and catcher
Len Scheinhoft Is hitting JlB.
Right behind them are Eld
Braddy, .313; Charlie Bean, .304;
and Don Ringgold, .300. Ringgold
has eight runs batted in and Bean
has seven t lead in that depart department.
ment. department.
The Gators used their batting
power to good advantage in the
first game against North Carolina
but found it wasnt enough as the

Tar Heel 9 rallied for a 13.9 win
after the UF nine had jumped off
to a 6-0 lead.
The loss dropped the Gator re record
cord record to 4-3. Price was the loser
in relief of starter Jim Elliott
while Bob Cox won in relief for
North Carolina.
Fast Start
The Gators started fast and
made single runs in the first and
second innings. Carolina, playing
their first game of the season,
wasted scoring chances in the
early innings with bad baserun baserunning.
ning. baserunning.
Len Scheinhoft added two more
runs in the third inning with a
long double to the base of the left
field fence to make the score, 4-0,
and Ringgold doubled over third
base in the fourth frame to up
the score to 6m.
Elliott had been pitching a
fine game till then, but the roof
fell in In the top of the fifth
inning when the Tar Heels bat batted
ted batted around for seven runs to
take the lead.
They upped that to 9-6 with two
more runs in the sixth inning, but
the Gators fought back to tie
the game at 9-9 in the seventh.
The Tar Heels then put the
game on ice with a four run out outburst
burst outburst against reliefer Price in the
eighth.

Golf Team
Duels Navy
The UF golf team takes on the
Naval Academy today in a match
to be played at the Timuquana
course in Jacksonville.
The Gators played Springfield
College at Gainesville yester yesterday
day yesterday and Georgia Tech on Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. The results of the Spring Springfield
field Springfield match were too late for to todays
days todays edition.
A 17-10 victory over Tech gave
the UF its second win of the
season against tw c defeats. Chip
Anderson led the Gators with an
even-par 72. Bill Ploeger of the
Engineers was the medalist for
the day with a one-under-par 71.
Ploeger defeated Phil Leckey
3-0 and Richard Leckey of UF
beat Buddy Baker 8-0. Tech
won best Ball.
Harry Root (F) stopped Franke
Landrey 2% to % and Anderson
topped Jo e Lane 3-0. Florida won
best ball.
Marlen Vogt (F) defeated Rob Robbie
bie Robbie Horak 3-0 and Roy Humphreys
of Tech downed Sandy Reese 2-1.
Best ball was tied I*4-1%.
Netters to Meet
Navy Today
The Gator tennis team *hoots
for its fifth win of the season
when it meets Navy today at
Jacksonville.
On Monday the netmen face
Duke and Tuesday the Gators
play Presbyterian. Both games
are in GainesvdMe. Presbyterian
was the last team to beat Miami.
Coach William Potters charges
ran their record to four wins and
one loss by trouncing Georgia Tech
8-1 at the UF courts. The Ga Gators
tors Gators won five of six single mat matiches
iches matiches and swept the doubles mat matches
ches matches from the Engineers. Only UF
loss this season was to Lamar
Tech who dawned the Gators 9-0.
In singles matches Jim Shaffer
(UF) defeated Duke Douglas, 4-6,
7-5, 6-4 and Francisco Montana
(UF) stopped John Barrow, 6-1,
6-2. Mike Oullinane (UP) came
from behind to down Bob Mose Moseley,
ley, Moseley, 2-6, 6-4, 7-6 and Fred Shaya
topped Stuart Eads, 3-6, 6-2, 6-3.
Donnie Lander was the only Tech
winner as he downed Ron Reb Rebtouhn,
touhn, Rebtouhn, 9-7, 6-3 and Jerry Pfeiffer
(UF) defeated Mike Van Houten,
6-4, 7-5.

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. Both the Gator baseball team and football team
can boast powerful one two punches this weekend.
Gator third baseman Tom Moore (above-left) is
currently hitting at a .311 clip. Shortstop Bernie Has Haskins
kins Haskins (above-right) leads the Gator batsmen with a
whopping .520 average.
Florida Gridders Lindy Infante (below left) and
Larry Libertore (below right) will provide a one-two
gridiron punch Saturday afternoon in the annual Or Orange
ange Orange and Blue game.

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Fijis, LXA Aim
For Blue Crown

The Blue League volleyball tour tournament
nament tournament draws to a close Tuesday
afternoon when bracket one
champ meets the champion of
bracket n.
After two weeks of action Phi
Gamma Delta holds the edge in
bracket I with & 8-0 record. Chi
Phi still ha g a shot at the final
berth with a 8-1 mark.
In bracket n Lambda Chi Alpha
sports a 3-0 mark with Tau Kappa
Epsilon and Pi Kappa Phi tied
for bracket second place with 2-1
records.
Monday afternoon AGR meets
PGD, DSP plays DX, LXA meets
TKE and DU plays PEP.
The Orange League volleyball
tournament drew to a close
Thursday evening when Sigma
Alpha Epsilon met Tau Epsilon
Phi in a repeat of last years
finale. The score of this match
was not available.
This evening in Florida Gym
24 teams from Hume and Tol Tolbert

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bert Tolbert Areas kick off the first round
of bracket play for their dorm
leagues.
At 7 p.m. Hume action will take
place on all four courts as Gad Gaddum
dum Gaddum faces Turlington, Heath plays
Enwall, Cockrell meets the Hoo Hoopi
pie Hoopi s and Bigham battles Farrah.
An hour later eight more Hume
squads will battle in the Florida
Gym as Little takes on the Hard Hardheads,
heads, Hardheads, Keppel plays Abbott, Jack Jackson
son Jackson tests the Purple Gammas and
Tedder vies with Crow.
Tolbert Area leader, North 8,
faces tough Weaver 4 and 9 p.m.
in the first round of Tolbert area
games. Other Tolbert games in include
clude include South 2 vs. Weaver 1,
Weaver 3 vs Weaver 2 and Tol Tolbert
bert Tolbert 2 v s Tolbert 4.
There have been some correc corrections
tions corrections on Saturdays schedule due
to the Military Review at 11 a.m.
If teams are unsure of thedr
schedule, they should contact the
Intramural Department.

Cindermen Host
Nova I Academy
In Morning Meet
The UF track team opens its
dual meet season this Saturday
morning as it meets Navys
Midshipmen at 11 a.m. on the
Florida track.
Second In ACC
The Gators, who two weeks ago
placed second in the nonoonfer*
ence division of the Atlantic Coast
Conference Indoor Meet at Cha Chapel
pel Chapel Hill, will meet a strong Navy
squad that has been running in
indoor meets during the winter
months.
The Navy team is particularly
strong in the pole vault and shot
put events.
The Gators will counter with
strengths in the javelin, high
jump, and mile run contests.
The next event scheduled for
the Florida track i 8 the annual
Florida Relays.
This meet boasts some of the
finest college track teams in the
country. This year Northeast Lou Louisiana,
isiana, Louisiana, along with LSU, loom as
strong favorites.

Orange, Blue
In Spring Tilt
Saturday afternoon on Florida
Field the UF football team nears
the end of their spring practice
period when the Gators divide
up for the annual Orange and
Blue inter-squad game.
Slated to return for the Sat Saturday
urday Saturday scrimmage are safety
Bruce Starling, who has been
sidelined for most of the Spring
with a leg injury and Bob (the
Moover) Hoover who had been
placed on the injured list after
last Saturdays scrimmage with
a displaced elbow.
Hard running halfback Dick
Skelly will miss the Orange and
Blue gam e because of a knee in injury
jury injury also suffered in last weeks
practice.
The squad will be divided up
without consideration of the three
team system which will be em employed
ployed employed by the Gator in the Fall.
Senior quarterback Larry Lib Libertore
ertore Libertore will guide one of the units
while Tom Batten will quarter quarterback
back quarterback the other squad.
Soccer Club Looks
For Wins In Georgia
The UF Soccer Club will go af after
ter after its 50 and 51 wins in a row
this weekend vtfhen the team
travels to Ft. Stewart Georgia to
play the base team on Saturday
and Sunday.
The two teams met in an ear earlier
lier earlier game at Gainesville with the
Gators winning, B*l. The next
game for Coach Alan Moores
Club will be in early April
against the FSU Soccer Club.
Journalism School Gets
Rice Scholarship Funds
Grantland Rice Schol a r s h 1 p
fund s totaling 81,500 have recent recently
ly recently been given the School of Jour Journalism
nalism Journalism and Communications by
the Sunshine Park Racing Associa Association,
tion, Association, Oldsmar, Fla.
S
The awards are made In me memory
mory memory of the late Rice, the dean
of sportswriters. Winners will be
announced in September.

I THE SPORTS HUB
nTI Why Ploy?
IC v J3_ Midnight Golf
1 By MIKE GORA
w Alligator Sports Editor
Will Florida play FSU on a home and home basis
in future grid campaigns. Speculation around the
state answers this question affirmatively. FSU, it has
been said, INSISTS that we begin play on this basis
The fact remains that many people feel that the
Gators shouldnt play the Seminoles at all. Look at
it in this way: if we win we were supposed to win,
if we lose weve been upset.
This risk can, however, be offset by the monetary
gain from this contest if the game remains in Gville.
TO THE WOODS
Once again this weekend the UF will host a horde
of guests. There are the people that pay the bills.
Parents and alum.
One typical question, which may be asked of the
young ladies by their mothers, in Jennings Hall, is
what does PDA stand for and what is its purpose.
The correct answer for a typical Jennings co-ed
might be, PDA stands for Public Display of Affec Affection,
tion, Affection, for which we receive offense slips. The purpose
of PDA prosecution is to drive the girls and their dates
away from the lighted Jennings area and onto the
dark golf course.
LOTS OF ACTION
The Orange and Blue game Saturday afternoon
could resemble a second civil w r ar.
The personnel of the two teams will not be playing
for the glory of old Florida, not yet that is.
The boys will be fighting for positions on next sea seasons
sons seasons three team system.
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