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Volume 54, Number 40

Davis Picks
Crumbley
Atty. Gen.
Walter S. Crumbley, was ap appointed
pointed appointed honor court attorney gen general
eral general Tuesday by newly-elected
chancellor, Tad Davis.
Crumbley, 3LW, has been
assistant attorney general, and
is a member of the Delta Theta
Phi legal fraternity. He received
his degree in industrial manage management
ment management and is a member of Alpha
Kappa Phi business fraternity.
A veteran of four years in the
United States Marine Corps-, he
served as a legal officer. He is
currently a captain in the Mar Marine
ine Marine Corps Reserve.
Davis announced some changes
in Honor Court procedure.
There will be a combined attor attorney
ney attorney general and defense staff
rather than separate staffs. Ap Applications
plications Applications are being taken for
the staff positions at the present
time. The staff will work under
the direction of Crumbley and
chief defense counsel, Tony Cun Cunningham.
ningham. Cunningham.
Davis said the new arrange arrangement
ment arrangement will give the staff a wider
range of experience and prevent
lop-sided situations where one
side is more qualified than the
other.
Another innovation, said Dav Davis,
is, Davis, is the justices will be used to
investigate cases. A justice will
be assigned to each case. He will
conduct his own investigation and
make the evidence available to
both the prosecution and the
defense.
In assuming his responsibilities
as chancellor, Davis said his pri primary
mary primary purpose is to make sure
the Honor Court is kept before
the students at all times.
He said he would attempt to
remove himself from becoming
involved with cases until the trial.
He said the less he knows about
the facts of a particular ca&e be before
fore before court time, the better he
would feel about it.
Jamieson
To Direct
Orientation
Mike Jamieson, a freshman law
student, has been named director
of orientation for the coming
yeajr.
In an announcement from the
Dean of Mens office, Bill Cross
noted Jamiesons service to ori orientation
entation orientation as former technical co coordinator
ordinator coordinator and associate director.
A member of Florida Blue
Key, he has served as an Hon Honor
or Honor Court Justice and steward
of Phi Delta Theta. Jamieson
was recently initiated into Phi
Delta legal fraternity.
Other appointments were:
Pete Sealey, associate director,
Mac Melvin, technical coordina coordinator,
tor, coordinator, Bill Stanford, office manag manager
er manager Jack Blocker, traffic coordina coordinator
tor coordinator and Fred Lane, staff coordi coordinator.
nator. coordinator.
As director, Jamieson will
be responsible for coordinating
all branches, from the Presi Presidents
dents Presidents welcome to the testing of
the expected 4,500 incoming fall
students.
There will be some changes
in the program to adapt to the
trimester system. One of these
will probably be the elimination
of one day, Jamieson said.

No Improvement Seen In Fire Safety

r By JIM BRODES
Gator Staff Writer
Room 684 Murphree G has a new coat of yellow
paint and the three students living in it think it
is one of the best rooms in the dormitory.
You wouldnt even know there was a fire here
last semester, said Ed Bing. 6 BA from Sarasota.
Burned Out
On December 7, a blaze of undetermined origin
starting in one of the closets of 524, burned out
the room and spread to an adjoining suite before
firemen brought it under control.
This fire and another in the Murphree Area in
January, have been the subjects of one student
government investigation and are scheduled for
another check by administration officials.
The student committees investigations, under
the direction of John Young of the housing com commission,
mission, commission, raised the question of the adequacy of
fire prevention and escape devices in the Mur Murphree
phree Murphree Area.
Part of the committees recommendations to
Housing Director Harold Riker included a change
in the kind of fire extinguisher used, the addition
of fire ladders to the area and a complete in inspection
spection inspection of wiring.
Fire Marshall
University Fire Marshall I. A. Shuler said he
had hot seen any of the recommendations handed

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WHAT A MESS
... is the gutted interior of the College Inn which was destroyed by an early
morning Wednesday fire. Gainesville firemen fought the blaze for three hours
before it was brought under control. Bathrobe-clad students cheered as the
flames sent pieces of the roof tumbling in, smashing the contents of the store storecafeteria.
cafeteria. storecafeteria. The fire, called the worst in six years, also damaged the adjoining
College Inn Barbershop.

Penny Vote Nominates
'King Ugly' in UF Election

By CAROLE BARD ELLA
Gator Staff Writer
UMOC is coming Saturday night
at the Gator Hop.
This mysterious sign has been
displayed at various spots on
campus for the past week.
According t Q Jack Blocker,
member of Alpha Phi Omega
(APO) service fraternity, UMOC
stands for Ugly Man on Campus
and is a contest sponsored by
APO.
Blocker said that all students
interested in entering UMOC have
to be sponsored by a campus or organization
ganization organization such as a sorority, fra fraternity
ternity fraternity or dormitory.
Not For Ugly Men
The purpose of UMOC Is not
to pick anyone who i s physically
unattractive, he said. The idea
is for students who participate to
dress up in all sorts of weird
costumes to give the appearance
of ugliness.
Blocker said that the contes contestants
tants contestants in their Ugly Men getups
will campaign around campus for
vote s starting next week. Votes

Trickel Fills SG Posts;
Interviews Not Finished

More posts were filled and oth others
ers others left open while Student Body
President Bill Trickel interviewed
and appointed.
Trickel announced the follow following
ing following appointments:
Secretary of the interior, Joel
Sachs, AEPi; secretary of organ organizations,
izations, organizations, Danny OConnel ATO;
secretary of married students,
Todd Goodwill, independent; sec secretary

will cost a penny apiece, and
will be accepted by the contest contestants
ants contestants themselves or cast at the in information
formation information booth across from the
Hub.
The student receiving the
most votes will be crowned King
Ugly.
Blocker explained that votes
are not limited to just a penny.
Donations of all amounts will be
accepted.
Scholarships
APO uses the money from
UMOC for two tuition scholar scholarships
ships scholarships awarded annually to stu students
dents students on the basis of need, ser service
vice service to campus and scholarship.
According to Blocker, APO had
planned to chose King Ugly at
Spring Frolics. This has been the
procedure in the past.
The three top candidates chosen
a s the ugliest will be awarded
numerous prizes donated by
Gainesville merchants plus a
UMOC plaque.
Applications can be picked up
at the Florida Union information
desk.

retary secretary of labor, Bill Crown, Sig Sigma
ma Sigma Nu.
Other appointments include: To Tony
ny Tony Greer, director of alumni af affairs.
fairs. affairs. Kappa Alpha Order; Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner of social affairs, Jack
Hogue, independent.
Trickel said he would make
other appointments when he fin finished
ished finished interviewing the applicants
and scholastic averages had been
verified

i First in i Three-Part
Series on Fire Safety
Conditions on Campus
to Director Riker but he feels present safety de devices
vices devices are adequate if residents make proper use of
them.
On investigating the fire in Murphree G we
found it started in one of the closets but were
unable to determine the cause. We found no reas reason
on reason to believe that electrical wiring had anything
to do with it as the nearest source of electricity
was eight feet from the estimated start of the
fire.
Shuler added there was little danger of the fire
spreading to other sections or into the stairway
of the section because fireproof material was used
in the wall construction of those parts of the hall.
Nice, But Costly
Fire escapes would be nice too, but you have
to consider the cost in a case like this.
Most of the residents of section G were consid considering
ering considering the cost of recleaning all their clothes and
tidying up soot covered class papers.

University of Florida, Gainesville Friday, March 30, 1962

V Little Pig
Plays Tennis
A pink little pig of the four fourfooted
footed fourfooted variety showed up for
the game at the tennig courts
across from Jennings Hall
Monday.
The police were dispatched to
eject the cute, but unwanted par participant.
ticipant. participant. By the time they ar arrived,
rived, arrived, the pig had retired.
Alas. The would be tennis
player was found dead behind
Yulee Hall that night. He had
succumbed to the blows of an
unknown assailant.

'Gator Head
Re-Appointed
Bill Curry was re-elected Alli Alligator
gator Alligator Editor by the Board of Stu Student
dent Student Publications Monday.
Curry, 21, is a senior in Jour Journalism.
nalism. Journalism. He has been editor of the
Alligator for one semester and
a summer.
Elections for managing editor
for the fall trimester were de delayed
layed delayed for a two-week period due
to changes in board policy.
Three managing editors will be
elected for the fall and winter
trimesters. The Board of Student
Publications made the change
due to plans submitted for a tri triweekly
weekly triweekly or daily Alligator.
Forms for candidates for man managing
aging managing editor are available in the
Board of Student Publications Of Office.
fice. Office.

Said one fourth floor resident of the section,
I dont know what Would have happened if I'd
gotten caught up here. Right now there is only
one way out of here, down the stairs, and if it
happens again I might not make it out in time.
Joe Fiore, 2UC from New York, added, All the
smoke from the first floor came right up the stair stairway
way stairway like a chimney. You could get asphixiated
trying to get out that Way.
Escape
One of the residents who made ft out the hard
way was Wayne Nalls, 4JM from Ocala. Nalls
who lives on the second floor of the section left
his room and went down to 524 When he heard
there was smoke seeping under the door.
It didnt look too serious with the door locked so
I rang the fire alarm and went back upstairs.
About two minutes later Nalls heard people outside
the dormitory shouting to him to get out. When he
tried to go down the stairway he found the hall
filled with smoke.
It was so black you couldnt see the light on
the ceiling. I wasnt about to walk down those
stairs into something so I knotted some sheets to
a bed and climbed out the window.
Im not too worried about being burned up be because
cause because I could get out of the dorm the same way
again. Im just glad I dont live on the fourth
floor.

Reitz Speaks on Pay;
AAUP Ponders Action

Campus Chapter of Ameri American
can American Association of University
Professors held a closed meet meeting
ing meeting last night to decide wheth whether
er whether to take further action in
the current salary dispute.
Chapter secretary D. E. Wil Williams
liams Williams said the meeting; had
been closed to offer the fullest
and freest expression to mem members.
bers. members.


Control Board Quashes
Full Merit Pay Request

By DAVID LAWRENCE JR.
Gator Editorial Assistant
Hopes of UF faculty and ad administrators
ministrators administrators for $1.3 million in
merit pay raises apparently were
smashed Tuesday by the State
Board of Control.
Instead the board approved
$607,243 in merit raises #or state
university faculty members
less than half the amount re requested.
quested. requested.
Shortly after the board reached
a decision in the Tallahassee ses session
sion session with the Council of Univer University
sity University presidents, including UF
Pres. J. Wayne Reitz, Florida
Gov. Farris Bryant gave his ap approval.
proval. approval.
Meet Halfway
Bryant, less than a week
earlier, had hinted a compromise
might be worked out between
state capitol sources.
Apparently there wasnt a com compromise.
promise. compromise.
Heaping what one faculty
member her called insult on
injury,* the board lopped sls,*
800 off the $623,000 figure strong strongly
ly strongly criticized by faculty mem members
bers members last week.
Whether Tuesdays action by
the board will bring a further re rebuttal
buttal rebuttal #rom UF faculty and ad administrators
ministrators administrators apparently is *till
anybodys guess.
Action Undecided
Immediate Past Pres. Vynce
Hines of the American Associat Association
ion Association of University Professors (AA (AAUP)
UP) (AAUP) here said yesterday, What
action well take, if any, is not
known.
Naturally, were quite upset
about this, he said, but we
just dont know what we can do
yet.
Reitz, who has led the UF We-
Want-More-Money vanguard to
board meetings, said yesterday
he was greatly disappointed.
This doesnt allow us to use
the full amount of our legisla legislative
tive legislative appropriation for merit sal salary
ary salary increases.
The Board of Control, howev however,
er, however, has made its decision, and
we shall proceed to develop our
budgets in accordance with their
decision. he said. It will permit
us to move forward salarywise
but not to extent we had hoped.
Cat Hung
It looks like the cat is hung.

Late Thursday afternoon UF
President Dr. J. Wayne Reitz
called a general faculty meeting
to explain the current status of
the salary question.
Reitz said the decision had
already been made by the
Board of Control and the Uni University
versity University would have to maks
the best with what it has.
We have a commitment to
k

newly elected AAUP Pres. Sey Seymour
mour Seymour Block said yesterday.
Only major escape gap left
by the board Tuesday apparently
was $700,000 in reserve funds to
be used to attract outstanding pro professors
fessors professors and to reward exceptional
merit on an individual basis.
Meanwhile, UF organizat ions
were mapping last ditch plans
yesterday to try to convince
state officials of the need for $1.3
million in merit salary increases.
Telegrams to the State Bud Budget
get Budget Commission, which will vote
Tuesday on the controversial

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A sextet of derbies crowns six con contestants
testants contestants for the Sigma Chi Derby
Queen. One of the 13 contestants will
be announced Saturday night as
queen. Above left to right are Joanne
Van Brunt, Sue Michael, Evelyn Han Hanna,
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inspire and teach students with without
out without abatement, Reitz reminded
the over 700 faculty members
present.
The meeting was largely a re rehash
hash rehash of the issue on a person personal
al personal level.
Both Student Government and
the campus chapter of Ameri Americans
cans Americans for Democratic Action in investigated
vestigated investigated forms of student sc sc
sc

plan, began going out last night
from various campus organiza organizations.
tions. organizations.
The telegram idea wag the
brainchild of an Americans for
Democratic Action (ADA) Politi Political
cal Political Action Committee meeting
late Wednesday night.
ADA members hinted further
action may be in the offing.
We want to see just how many
professors will actually quit at
the end of this semester, Dean
said, if the Bryant plan goes
through.

tkm but were not encouraged bf
the faculty.
Both group* still are plan planning
ning planning action.
Student government plans tor
action on the revised salary
raise for professors are slated
toward the next biennium, said
Student Body Pres. Bill Trick el.
I have been in contact with
Florida State Universitys stu student
dent student body president, Bobby
Byrd, Tridkel said. We are
hoping; to arrange a meeting
with Bryant.
In the meeting, Tricked' a&id
that the presidential duo would
"'present the administration and
faculty viewpoint and ask why
the decision had been made as
H was.
'"We feel that the etudfnt
viewpoint is very close to
of the faculty hi this cajff,
Trickel said.
Speech Tests Held Soon
Appointments Available
Speech screening testg will* be
held April 6th and 16th. Appoint Appointments
ments Appointments can be made in room 166
of Norman Hall.
Speech appointments for admis admission
sion admission to the College o# Education
and the Advanced Professljftn&l
Sequence ar now being rtiadi
in room 100 of Norman Hall.

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an Swan Schwartz, Karen Lee Stevens, Rote
Marie Parham, Janet Lindke, Louis#
Foster and Lucienne Pirenian. Not
pictured is Merri Johnson.

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Professor Receives
Professional Honor
Dr. Theodore Landsman of the
UF College of Education has been
elected a member-at-large of the
executive committee of the South Southeastern
eastern Southeastern Psychological Association.
The po?.t is one of the highest
professional honors accorded psy psychologists
chologists psychologists of the Southeast. Dr.
Landsman is professor of educa education,
tion, education, and associate In the Univer University
sity University Counseling Center.

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Foote to Head
College Group
01 Pharmacists
Dean Perry A. Foote of the UF
College of Pharmacy was install installed
ed installed a g president of the American
Association of Colleges of Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy.
Dr. Foote was elected vice
president of the 62-year-old asso association
ciation association last year. The organiza organization
tion organization consists of 77 accredit d
schools and colleges of pharmacy
throughout the United States, Can Canada,
ada, Canada, Puerto Rico and the Philip Philippines.
pines. Philippines.
He is the recipient of two na national
tional national awards: the Dr. J. Leon
Lascoff Award from the Ameri American
can American College of Apothecaries for
outstanding contributions to pro professional
fessional professional pharmacy in the Unit United
ed United States, 1646, and the Rexall
Trophy presented to our deans
in 1957 for outstanding achieve achievement
ment achievement in pharmaceutical educa education.
tion. education.
Foote completed his graduate
and undergraduate work at the
University of Wisconsin, receiv receiving
ing receiving his Ph. D. in pharmaceutical
chemistry in 1628.
In 1939 he was appointed direc director
tor director of the School of Pharmacy at
the UF. When the school became
a college in 1649, Foote was
named its dean.
He is author of a book dealing
with pharmacy and co-author of
six others.

Remodeling to Ease
Purchasing of Books

Self-service book buying will be
the result of a $23,000 face-lifting
now under way at the Campus
Shop and Book Store.
The remodeling, which will add
approximately 5 to 6 hundred
square feet of shopping space,
was prompted by surplus book
reserve and profit monies ac accumulated
cumulated accumulated over the last few
years.

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Band Grook Pledget 5
At Formal Ceremonies
Tau Beta Sigma, honorary band
sorority for women, held its for formal
mal formal pledging of the semester lest
Sunday.
Joanne Sims, Judy Ford, Karen
Swindell, Jerry Stanbal and Pat Patty
ty Patty Zander took the oath of pledg pledging
ing pledging from Tau Beta Sigma presi president,
dent, president, Karen J. Ellers.
A coke party for the new mem member*
ber* member* followed.

The self-service procedure is
a trend in college campus
stores," said Sam P. Getzen, dir director
ector director of UFs campus shops and
book stores.
Getzen said the conversion was
an effort to eliminate the crowd crowded
ed crowded book rush at the beginning of
each semester and the necessity
of hiring temporary help.
Included in th change will be:
an expanded paper back selection,
movement of the art department
from the first floor to the second
and elimination of the rear en entrance.
trance. entrance.
I doubt If there will be any
appreciable decrease in student
help", said Getsen, "also, the
store will remain open through throughout
out throughout the entire construction period.
"Come September, UF students
will be eble to walk, pick up,
pay for and leave. .with mer merchandise
chandise merchandise practically untouched by
our staff", Getsen seid.

Representation
For UF Students

Student# will now attend dess dessm
m dessm in precinct Si.
For the first time in ite history
the UF is included in a voting
district and all 21-year old stu students
dents students who have been in attend attendance
ance attendance at the UF since September
will be able to vote in the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic Primary May 3.
It is not a move to encourage
students to vote. Elma Bethae,
Alachua County supervisor of re registration
gistration registration said, but it will be
available for them if they care
to vote.
To be able to vote a student
must register on or before April
7 at 21 8. E. Ist St.
To register a student must be
able to swear he or she:
Has been a resident of Florida
for one year.
Has been a resident of Alachua
County for at least six months.
Is 31 years of age. Mrs. Beth Bethea
ea Bethea said a dorm resident is con-
FU Director Appointed
To College Union Group
William E. Rion, director of the
UF Florida Union has been ap appointed
pointed appointed to the six-member Inter-
Association Committee of the As Association
sociation Association of College Unions.
Rion will assume this post at
the Associations 39th annual con conference
ference conference at Purdue University, Ap.
ril 1-4.
The Association is composed of
500 colleges in the United States
and seven foreign countries. The
purpose of college unions is to
train students in citizenship, soc social
ial social responsibility and democratic
leadership.

LUCKY STRIK£ fmgggj
| ; [grittA GO NEAR THE WATER. Spring is the time when students start thinking about
Mr V Ctan* i\ water fun. We say: Splash up a storm. Hava a lark. But please be careful. Each
jwar, a tew caraloss students get water on thsir Luckies. Imagine their remorse!
|H \a.:a/ \ I magi no yours if you were to spoil a Luckythat groat cigarette that college
wi >... .\ students smoke more of than any other regular. So have a swell time at your
favorite watering hole this spring. And keep your Luckies dry.
CHANGEf TO LUCKIES and get some? taste* for a change!
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sidered bonafide resident of Ala Alachua
chua Alachua County.
H a student is registered in
another county it will only take
a matter of a few days for us to
cancel registration in his home
town and register with us, Mrs.
Bethea said.
For a UF student to register,
it would mean a loss of votl n g
rights in the home town for a
period of six months during
which time he would have to
restablish residency.
In the election May 3, register registered
ed registered voters will vote on the Ala Alachua
chua Alachua County delegation to the
state legislature. Currently in
the race are: Red Cross (incum (incumbent)
bent) (incumbent) and Ed Peck for sena senator,
tor, senator, Osee Fagan (incumbent), and
Ralph Turlington (incumbent) for
representative.

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UF to Receive
Nuclearuilding

The UF will have a $1,850,000
fall-out shelter. A nuclear science
building with radiation-removing
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The five-story structure will
house radiation studies and nu nuclear
clear nuclear research activities from all
over the campus, said Davis. It
wall provide almost a city block
of area for research in nuclear
physics, nuclear chemistry, ra radiation
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waa taken until Gov. Bryants
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Th building will be radiation radiationfree.
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its units will remove radiation from
the air so that experiments can
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phere, atmosphere, Davia said. The building
can be used for a fallout shel shelter
ter shelter in case of an attack, he said.
The other two buildings to be
constructed are a new stu student
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the College of Architecture and
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Image of Israel
Shown at Union
By SARA TODD
Gator Staff Writer
Israeli Culture Week in exhibits
and discussions was an attempt
to present an image of Israeli
thought and approach to prob problems,
lems, problems, cultural and otherwise,
which bedevil the world toda' .
Yehoshua Trigor, vice-consul of
Israel for the Southeastern United
States, thus summarized the pur purpose
pose purpose of the cultural exchange
sponsored by the University of
Florida Religious Association this
week.
Our emphasis on education
and hope and determination to
meet the challenge presented by
a sadly neglected soil are the
principal elements of Israels
success story, said Trigor.
An exhibit of Israel graphics
and drawings from the Boston
Public Library through the work
of leading Israeli craftsmen de depicted
picted depicted various aspects of Israel
life and progress.
Three other Israeli representa representatives
tives representatives attended the weeks activi activities,
ties, activities, lecturing and discussing
their countrys position in the
world today. These include Zeev
Z. Dover, consul of Israel for
Southeastern U. S.; Dr. Imman Immanuel
uel Immanuel Ben-Dor, professor of Bibli Biblical
cal Biblical Archaeology, Emory Universi University;
ty; University; and Dr. Aviad Yafeh, consul
of Israel and Director of the Is Israel
rael Israel Office of Information in New
York.
Today 40 years after its es establishment,
tablishment, establishment, this comparatively
small country with modem agri agriculture,
culture, agriculture, up-to-date industry and
democratic government can right rightly
ly rightly be described as a power plant
for progress, Trigor said.
He expressed the hope that
Israeli week will develop into a
yearly affair in which Israel and
other countries will focus the at attention
tention attention of students on aspects of
life in far removed countries.

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Stork May Visit
Albert, Alberta

There may be need for a baby
shower in the little pen next to
the UF Century Tower.
"March, April, and May is the
mating period for alligators,
said UF grass crew foreman Les Leslie
lie Leslie W. Melvin. "Gators usually
mate first when theyre 8 or 9
years old.
UF alligator mascots, Albert II
and Alberta were estimated to
be around "8 or 9 years old
by Ross Allen when he donated
them this year. Its now the end
of March. Theyre both red
blooded UF "Gators. .
"Ive been checking the pen
when I feed them every Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday and Saturday, said Melvin.
"So far there hasnt been any
real sign of a little one but Ive
been hoping.
He explained that alligators lay

eggs and then bury them in the
mud to incubate. Since there
isnt any logical place in their
pen to do this, hes planning on
placing th e eggs in a nest of
dirt and straw if theyre laid. The
heat held by the dirt and straw
would serve to incubate the eggs.
Melvin was in charge of caring
for Albert I during much of the
old gators hectic career. He has
seen old Albert survive everything
from an attempted tail chopping
to a four-bicycle bombardment by
a visiting group of high school
students.
In regard to the safety of the
new pair of mascots, Melvin
said: "We havent had too much
trouble with people harming the
new gators. I think th e students
are a little fonder of this pair
since the student body voted to
have them.

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Students Cheerdd
During Cl Burning

A scorched tube of toothpaste,
a charred book and some unuse unuseable
able unuseable razor blades were among the
items flushed out by the water
used to fight the College Inn
fire early Wednesday morning.
Students gathered around the
flaming building watching and
cheering as firemen worked for
three hours to control the blaze.
One fireman, without breaking
rhythm, turned the fire hose
away from the blaze, sprayed the
chanting crowd, and then pointed
it back towards the Are. The
chanting increased.
One student climbed a ladder to
take a picture. His actions anger angered
ed angered the fireman but pleased the
crowd.
The crowd, some dressed in
bathrobes and pajamas, were
hoping their checks that they had
recently cashed were adding fuel
to the flames.
Two nuns were afhong the
crowd. The Catholic church next
to the flaming building escaped
damage.
Owners J. P. Ahrano and C.
K. Hammon said they have not
established the extent of the dam damages
ages damages nor have they any plans for
rebuilding at this time.
The College Inn had become a
tradition on the UF campus.
Many of the men residents in old
dorms would cross University Ave Avenue
nue Avenue for their evening meals, but
now they are left scattered about
the campus.
The fire was reported to the
Gainesville Fire Department at
2:27 a.m. by a University stu student.
dent. student. It had already destroyed
most of the building before the

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fcre trucks arrived, one fireman
said.
When the flaming roof collap collapsed
sed collapsed the crowd cheered.
The fire wa s picturesque as the
flames reflected from the wet
pavement, but no color pictures
were made.
Today the College Inn is just
a shell with boards over the door doorways
ways doorways and windows.
Some curious students stop and
look through the spaces between
the boards to see what igHeft igHefta
a igHefta scorched tube of toothpaste, a
charred book and some unusable
razor blades.
Booths Here
For Primary
For the first time, election
booths will be on campus for the
Democratic Primary.
Students who have registered
for the primary will be able to
cast their votes for a number of
local positions as well as for
State Legislative positions.
Hats in the ring for the three
state posts include incumbent
members Red Cross, Ralph Tur Turlington
lington Turlington and Osee Fagan. Oppos Opposing
ing Opposing Cross for Senator will be
local timberman Ed Peck, an un unsuccessful
successful unsuccessful write-in candidate -for
a legislative spot In the fall of
1960.
Deadline for voter registration
is April 7.

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academic vaudeville

DEFEATS:
Institute for Continuing Studies.
Trimester System.
Bond Proposal.
And now, merit pay raises.
Time may prove any of the above
to have been false issues, battles not
worth fighting, battles on which the
University took wrong, foolish, self selfish
ish selfish stands.
Time, however, will not be able
to overcome the total effect of the
measures on the confidence of THE
University of Florida aid now upon
- its faculty.
mu*"
* *
THE PROFESSORS said that
they would be reluctant to work
under the trimester system without
the raises approved by the 1961 Leg Legislature.
islature. Legislature. Apparently this has been
interpreted by the Boahd of Control
as a reflex reaction from the profes professors
sors professors ... A feign ... A performance.
And it follows that at later times
on new issues the faculty chorus will
be allowed to use the stage of pro protest
test protest and then signaled to the wings
for another act, a later issue.
Quite frankly, vaudeville leaves the
student audience frustrated when the
show had been billed a tragedy. .
a tragedy for higher education.
* *
THE UNIVERSITY presidents have
said the faculty would leave for other
universities. The faculty, collectively
has echoed the cry.
The student and state press have
~ come to the facultys defense. The
Alligator backed the raise for two
_ reasons.
The first was moral. The faculty
had been promised the 51.3 million
in merit raises by the 1961 Legisla Legislature.
ture. Legislature. Then, they were told they would
be hired for whatever it took to hold
them, not what they were necessarily
worth.
The second reason was practical.
The students who graduate from this
university want to be able to be proud

THE FLAIL

Daytona Beach: 'Where the Men Are?

By JOHN MILLER
An article in todays (Wed (Wednesdays)
nesdays) (Wednesdays) Florida Times-Union
quotes a college student from
Ohio as saying that Daytona is
the greatest place and people
leave you alone and they ap applaud
plaud applaud you on the beach. Ohio
Students being MaMMai
fairly MiUrra' SBBHBhBHBk
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checked things j|B||
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that this year B
the Boys may B 'JS&
be in Ft. Law Lawderdale
derdale Lawderdale b u t
the men. stu students
dents students and girls
are going to U , FD
be in Daytbna. MILLtK
Why? Ft. Lauderdale has be become
come become a real skull-crusher for
young adult activity: restricted
recreation areas, planned con contests.
tests. contests. plastic ID tags issued to
students with proper campus
identification and these plastic plastictags
tags plastictags being the necessary key
for admission to activities. Its
worse than Jennings Hall!
Daytona, on the other hand,
reverses the situation and is

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of their degrees. Anything which
would subtract from the value of a
University of Florida degree is to be
opposed. Nothing subtracts like poor
quality instruction.
POOR QUALITY instruction. The
students have been told it is coming
. if the merit pay raise is not passed.
Is it coming? The current belief is
that it will be a gradual process. An
attrition of better faculty is said
to be in order. The leaving profes professors,
sors, professors, supposedly, will be replaced
generally with lower quality recruit recruitments.
ments. recruitments. How are the students to know
this is really true? When every issue
is a last stand for higher education
truths gradually blend into propagan propaganda.
da. propaganda.
It is clear-cut that student rally or
no student rally, Tuesdays Budget
Commission meeting will vote for the
lesser merit raise.
With this in mind, it is apparent
that only a firm commitment from the
faculty would have any effect on
Tuesdays meeting. Only if there is
some strong guarantee, that come
September the state universities will
be without top professors will the
result of Tuesdays meeting be differ different.
ent. different. And then that might not make
any difference.
We thought of having a telephone
answering service take the names of
professors who do not plan to stay,
but realize that we were not the ones
to undertake the mission . only to
encourage it. Were sure the students
will do anything they are called upon
to do.
We are not encouraging the pro professors
fessors professors to leave.
We feel that the public should
know to what extent they will leave
in June. If the public were given
more than a reluctant sign it could
bring pressure on what appears to be
a helpless, hopeless Tuesday and .a
critical period in Florida academic
history.

betting they will come out on
top. Thanks to the Daytona
Junior College and City Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Stan Nass, the only
change in the area will be
an increase in the number of
activities available and the im importation
portation importation of top talent to provide
entertainment.
I called Mr. Nass in Daytona
Monday night and he told me
that the town has about 7.000
college students enjoying them themselves
selves themselves there now, and they ex expect
pect expect an influx of 10.000 to 30,-
000 students during the peak
time from April 13th through
tlie 21st. So far, and we all
hope it holds, there has been
no sign of any riots, wild fro frolics.
lics. frolics. or unmanageable incidents.
Could be because the students
have learned a few things from
the Lauderdale crack-down.
Most likely, its due to Nass
intelligent ideas and open-hand open-handed
ed open-handed leadership into what can be
a mess but what will probably
be a great vacation.
Daytona Junior College stu students
dents students plan a giant Luau on the
beach for all the college folk in

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Assistant Sports Editor: Robert Green
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Friday, March 30, 1962

town just before Easter; Street
dances on the boardwalk with
the music furnished by live
bands started last Tuesday
night; the Sunday before Easter
will feature an all afternoon
jazz concert at the Boardwalk;
Hank Ballard and the Mid Midmghters
mghters Midmghters started playing nightly
for dancing at the Pier Casino
last night and they will be there
through Easter; The night of
the 18th features a Pete Foun Fountain
tain Fountain concert; the night of the
l&th features a Dave Brubeck
concert.
These are only the major at attractions
tractions attractions as one Florida town
prepares to trade an investment
in entertainment for some ma mature
ture mature behavior from its guests,
in the hope that everyone will
be treated as tourists and
adults, not kids ... if they
warrant such treatment.
In every barrel there are a
few rotten apples and Daytona
isnt expecting a spotless rec record.
ord. record. But do hope to get
as good as they are giving and.
in comparison to Lauderdale, I
hope they get their wish.

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UNDERCURRENT

Rally Here May Irritate Gov. Bryant

By JOHN GRANT
Here are some of the facts
on the hottest issue on campus
today, the trimester faculty pay
issue. The faculty gripe, voiced
through the American Associa Association
tion Association of University Professors,
Florida Chapter, is that they
are being loaded with about 25
per cent more work with a

Letters to the Editor^
Writer Says Exceptions
Sometimes Best for All

EDITOR:
Rules and regulations at the
University exist because they
regulate individuals and activi activities
ties activities to the advantage of the
University, as an institution,
the faculty or the student.
When a rule or regulation
serves as a deterent to what
is to the best interest of all
parties concerned, an exception
to the rule should be made.
* *
WHEN AN administrator is
unable or willing to recognize
the need to make an exception
to the rule he is failing to per perform
form perform his proper function. When
he dogmatically adheres to a
rule because it exists and ig ignores
nores ignores the logic of a situation, he
is a bad administrator. Such
an administrator is Assistant
Dean of Men Hayes K. McClel McClelland.
land. McClelland.
Largely as a result of work working
ing working a great many hours last
semester, I found myself at se semester
mester semester break with a 1.78 aver average.
age. average. I had been offered a job
on campus which would allow a
great deal of time for study.
I was told by Dean McClelland
that I would be unable to ac accept
cept accept this job because I did not
have a 2.0 average.
I explained that if I had to
work off-campus again I would
be forced to take a job working
many hours and would have
just as difficult a time bringing
up my average. To work on
campus would permit me more
time for studying.
* *
WHEN I asked who was re responsible
sponsible responsible for the rule that one
must have a 2.0 average to
work on campus, he told me
the Student Employment Com Committee,
mittee, Committee, of which he was the
chairman. He said further that
he merely took orders from this
committee.
After a great deal of thought
I decided that the logical thing
to do was to bring my case to
the attention of the members
of the Student Employment
Comm ittee. Investigation re revealed
vealed revealed that apparently no one,
save Dean McClelland knew the
names. McClelland finally stat stated
ed stated that the names of the com committee
mittee committee are classified and not for
public knowledge.
*
I PROCEEDED to Dean

promise of only 11 per cent
more pay.
There wa s a # ray of hope that
the AAUp would use its influ influence
ence influence to alter the decision of the
Executive Council of the Board
of Control (l.e. Bryant) and
bring about a commensurate
raise. The AAUP however, came
out with an Interesting if not

Adams office. McClelland told
me that the Student Employ Employment
ment Employment Committee had existed at
one time last semester, had
made the rules and then dis dissolved
solved dissolved itself, and that the only
administrator of this rule was
he, and that there was no one
to whom one could petition.
DID such a committee ever
exist? WHY are the names of
the members kept secret? And
finally: WHY is it impossible
to get a straight story from the
honored Assistant Dean of
Men?
PETER E. WEBBER
'Friend' Says
Miller Didn't
Examine Scope
EDITOR:
In reference to a recent ser series
ies series of articles on Scope, I would
like to comment that it seems
inappropriate and presumptive
of Mr. Miller of The Flail
to assume a friendship with
me, which he has not. in mak making
ing making a case against Robert Fich Fichter
ter Fichter and Anthony Colson, my
friends o# many years. Mr.
Fichter and Mr. Colsons com comments
ments comments concerning me were the
simplest of facts, while Miller
violates good tastes, a thing
not unusual for him
If Miller wanted to do a cri criticism
ticism criticism of Scope, why didnt
he examine the material there therein
in therein and talk about it. The pet petty
ty petty tactic s 8111(1 personal attacks
of Millers articles are the last
recourse of a mind flailing
desperately for something to
rant about. The one virtue of
an article by Miller is that it
can be used as a kind ot exer exercise:
cise: exercise: count up the logical fal fallacies
lacies fallacies and mistaken assump assumptions
tions assumptions and the list will read like
the index of a book on faulty
thinking.
If the writing of French,
Grant and a few others and
myself is not to be accounted
in judging Scope, then how
does Miller propose to judge
it?
LAWRENCE HETRICK
Baltimore. Md.
'Non-white' Cut
Appalls Asian
EDITOR:
As an Asian visitor to the
UF I am much appalled by the
attack on a non whites* in
your issue of this day. (March
15). I have had some bad ex experience
perience experience on this campus, es especially
pecially especially in the area where you
keep young, uninformed male
undergraduate students-r Hume
Hall. Since I have been very
courteous to white visitors in
Formosa, I did expect to be
considered less-than-equal here
in the U.S.A., but I was wrong.
Upon nay return to Catawba
College next week, I shall sug suggest
gest suggest that our administration
not send foreign representatives
to Florida in the future. I shall
like to know the name of name
withheld.
WAN TI LIN

exciting resolution which did no
more than clear up some of the
State Budget Directors mislead misleading
ing misleading figures.
*
IF THIS IS the full extent of
the AAUP protest it is not
very encouraging.
There are several points to
consider in this issue. First,
the faculty is going to be forc forced
ed forced to cram two regular semes semesters
ters semesters and the equivalent of a
summer semester into the per period
iod period normally given to handling
only two semesters. This will cut
down on research and class pre preparation
paration preparation time and result in low lower
er lower quality teaching. Some of the
more talented and disgruntled
men will probably leave*the UF.
They will be replaced by men
of less stature. This means a de decrease
crease decrease in the quality and mean meaning
ing meaning of a UF diploma.
*
WITH THIS UNHAPPY pros prospect
pect prospect in mind, several students
on campus including myself and
the new student body president
got together for a discussion of
the possibilities of a student pro protest
test protest against Bryants action.
The immediate success of such
a protest is in question. First,
the AAUP would not openly un undersign
dersign undersign it, nor would the pro professors
fessors professors committed to AAUP ac action
tion action (or inactivity) openly sup support
port support it although they might fa favor
vor favor it. Many of those faculty
men who might lead a protest
have committed themselves to
act within the AAUP frame framework
work framework which is apparently li limited
mited limited to one mild correction
of statistics.
* *
IN THE MEANTIME the ac activated
tivated activated popular support through throughout
out throughout the state and at th e Uni University
versity University will be allowed to fizzle
out. This seems a waste of sup supporting
porting supporting opinion.
The alternative is to approach
the non-AAUP Faculty members
to speak on protest on an indi individual
vidual individual basis. If enough big
names are willing, it could be
a significant event even though
it will not actually effect the
decision of the Governor, (too
late).
* *
SOME OF THE faculty feel
that this rally might damage
relations with Bryant, but this
is questionable since there are
no regulations in the first place.
More likely it will irritate him
perhaps even cause him to re reflect
flect reflect on the future potential of
student opinion.
In the meantime you will pro probably
bably probably hear som interesting
ideas about the students role in
this matter. The ADA, a poli political
tical political action group on campus
has decided to tap student opin opinion
ion opinion for such a protest. This
group will contact professors
who might be willing to speak
publicly at such a rally. It could
be most interesting if the stu student
dent student body of the other state uni universities
versities universities come in on it.
* *
ONE THING WHICH can be
expected immediately is the dis distribution
tribution distribution of protest sheets at the
various living quarters to list,
student dissent on paper to send
to the governor. This move is
sponsored and endorsed by the
student government whose pre president
sident president appears to be willing to
take some initiative in the mat matter.
ter. matter. My congratulations to Mr.
Trickle.
The rest is up to the faculty
and students. The most encour encouraging
aging encouraging aspect of the whole thing
seems to be that the student
body at UF i s very interested
in their faculty and willing to
do more than the faculty Itself
in this case. This is not as
common a circumstance a*
might be supposed, and one
which the faculty appreciates
very muchdespite their stoic
behavior.
Should such a rally be forth forthcoming
coming forthcoming it would of course be
imperative that it be carried off
in a manner reflecting the seri seriousness
ousness seriousness of its intent. A low lowlevel,
level, lowlevel, riot-like rally would be
detrimental to the name of the
UF as well as completely des destructive
tructive destructive to the principles invol involved
ved involved in the protest.

YOU WERE THERE

A Final Toast to the C.1.;
A Look at Landmarks

By PAT CAUAN
Wake up! Wake up!
The C.I. is on fire!
Two guys tried to wake me
so I, too, could see the burning
of the College Inn. But neither
could get me out of the sack.
So, while I slept, the C.I.
burned, and burned until there
was nothing left to burn.
And now, a dark cloud set settles
tles settles over Gainesville, as A UF
tradition went up in smoke.
Gone are
those Dodge i
City chairs
made famous tjp|K
by the C.I.
Neither man
nor his seat ||j
could wear
them out. but
a little bit of SV w
made m
ashes of them.
Gone are CALLAN
those student-size servings of
pie and cake and the prices,
too.
Gone are those Western ome omelets
lets omelets made with pickle relish,
and the hot turkey sandwiches
topped with beef gravy.
* *
GONE ARE the Big Orange
drinks and the five-cent cups of
coffee.
Gone are the one-way doors
that always confused the new newcomer,
comer, newcomer, but never the frequent
visitor.
Gone are the Sunday morn mornings
ings mornings when you can sit in the
C.I. and read the comics and
eat blueberry hot cakes, and
drink their coffee that is good
one week and terrible the next.
Gone is the old lady who
never let you read the maga magazines
zines magazines without paying for them
first, fihe must have been a
very unhappy person.
Gone are the flashlight bat batteries,
teries, batteries, shoe polishes, playing
cards, and alarm clocks. What Whatever
ever Whatever you needed, the C.I. had
it.
* *
* WAS IT a good fire. I
asked.
The best and most beautiful
fire you would want to see.

MttShoinian
C v-/ (Author of 1 Was a Teen-age Dwarf*, "The Many
Loses of Dobie Gillis, ate.)
EDUCATIONAL TV: ITS CAUSE
AND CURE
A great deal of nonsense has been written about MuofTtiona!
television. Following is my contribution:
It has been said that television allots no desirable viewing
hours to educational and intellectual programs. This is simply
not so. For instance, you can see The Kant and Hegel Hour*!
every day at 4 a.m. This excellent show is followed at 5 a.m.
by Kierkegaard Can Be Fun. For such lazy scamps as lie
abed beyond that hour, there is a splendid program on Sunday
mornings at 7:15 called Rirds of Minnesota, Except Duluth.!
So much for the myth that TV gives no prime time to educa educational
tional educational programs. Now let us deflate another canard: that TV
is not eager to inject intellectual content in all its program*.
If you have sat, as I have sat, with a television planning
board, you would know that the opposite is true. I was priv privileged
ileged privileged recently to witness a meeting of two of TVs topmost
program developersboth named Binkie Tattersall.
Binkie, said Binkie to Binkie, if there is one thing I
am bound and determined, its that were going to have intel intellectual
lectual intellectual content in next seasons programs. 7
Right! replied Binkie. So let us put on onr thinking
caps and go to work.
I forgot my thinking cap in Westport, said Binkie,
I have a better notion: let us light a Marlboro.
But of course! cried Binkie. Because the best way to
think is to settle back and get comfortable, and what is tbs
cigarette that lets you settle back and get comfortable??^
I said Marlboro, answered Binkie. Werent you listening?*
A full-flavored smoke is Marlboro, declared Binkie.
Rich tobacco, pure white filter, a choice of pack or bog.
What is better than a Marlboro?
A Marlboro and a match, replied Binkie. Got one If!
Binkie had, and so they lit their good Marlboros and settled
back and got comfortable and proceeded to cerebrate. |
First of all, said Binkie, we are going to avoid all the old
We will have no domestic comedies, no westerns, no
private eyes, no deep sea divers, no doctors, and no lawyers.*
Right! said Binkie. Something offbeat.*!
'Thats the wordoffbeat, said Binkie.
They smoked and cerebrated.
You know, said Binkie, there hw never been a series
about the Coast and Geodetic Survey.
Or about glass blowers, said Binkie.
They fell into a long, torpid silence.
You know, said Binkie, theres reaffy mrfTiMt wmrryf"#Mfc
4 bkrf, mfar udUbfate pfcatftv.
a cfieh* situation provided, of course, it's offbeat.
Right! said Binkie. So lets my we do a serin about
guy whos a family man with a whole bunch at lovable kids
who play merry pranks on him.
Yeah, and hes also a eowboyf said Binkk.
And a deep sea diserf said Binkie.
" With a Urn- degree, said Binkie.
f*lus on M said Binkie.
"And he runs a delectwe agency,* suid Bmtw.
Binkie, said Binkie to Binkie, weve done It again !*!
They shook hands silently, not trusting themselves to speak,
and lit Mari boros and settled back to relax, for Marlboro u a
cigarette not only for cerebration, but for settling book with within
in within act, for all occasions and conditions, all *nd
all seasons and reasons, all men and women. e iw?mml
see
This column k sponsored sometime* mmwosuAy by Mm
makers of Marlboro ttho incite you to try their An* Attfr
cigarettes, available in king-size pack or dip-top boa at
tobacco counters in aU Si states.

I went by the College Inn In
the morning to see how good a
job the fire had done, and I
was impressed. To use the ex expression
pression expression loosely, it looked as if
someones finger had guided
the flames to every corner.
The Gainesville Daily Sun re referred
ferred referred to the C.I. as a student
landmark. That was consider considerate
ate considerate of them.
What would the headline*
have said if thirty or forty stu students
dents students had been trapped in the
building, and died in this stu student
dent student landmark.
Would the students still cheer
each time the flame* chased
the firemen back from the
building?
Would the students still fish fishout
out fishout the items that were flushed flushedout
out flushedout with the hot, darkened
water?
*
SOMEDAY, some students
will die in just such a fire.
When human flesh bums, the
odor stays with you. and you
dont want to taste food of any
type for days.
The next time youre in Ben Benton
ton Benton or Walker Hall, think of
what would happen if the
ground floor caught fire, and
three hundred students had to
come down three flights of
stairs.
Would the Gainesville Sun
call that building a student
landmark?
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Interior Design Meeting
'Fikst of Its Kind in U.S!

By 808 FISHER
Gator Staff Writer
The theme of UFs First Inter Interior
ior Interior Design Conference will be set
Monday when an exhibit of the
latest in home furnishings opens
for a 6-day show in the social
room in the Florida Union Build Building.
ing. Building.
Called Design 62, the exhibit
will act as a backdrop to the first
such conference ever held in the
United States.
The conference will begin April
6 with an evening registration for
conference guests at the Universi University
ty University Inn and end April 7 with a
picnic at Camp Wauberg.
Scheduled to participate in lec lectures,
tures, lectures, round table discussions and
conferences are executives and de designers
signers designers from Biggs Furniture Co.,
Erwin Lambeth Furniture Co.,
David and Dash Fabrics of Mi Miami,
ami, Miami, VSoske Carpeting Co.. Wun Wunda
da Wunda Weve Corp. the Bigelow Car CarpetingjCop>.
petingjCop>. CarpetingjCop>. and others.
Richard C Murphy, vice-presi vice-president
dent vice-president and treasurer of Richard
Plumers Inc. of Miami, will ad address
dress address a luncheon meeting April 6.
That evening interior designer Wil William
liam William Pahlmann will speak at the
J. Hillis Miller Health Center au auditorium.
ditorium. auditorium.
Students and faculty from 15
colleges and universities through throughout
out throughout the South have been invited
to attend.
It would be impossible for in individual
dividual individual schools to bring so many
internationally known designers to
each campus for conferences and
lectures, said Interior Design
Chairman G. Dale Everett.
The only answer was to bring
together students from all over the
southeastern United States for a
large regional conference.
Since this is the first time a
conference of thi s type has ever
been attempted, it will be closely
watched by the educational com committee
mittee committee of the American Institute
of Interior Designers. The or orrganization

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national conference in Seattle in
April, according to Everett.
The design 62 exhibition will
Krebs Cites
Three Jobs
For NASA
The biggest misconception
a'bout rockets and space travel is
that a rocket must have some something
thing something to push against in order to
move, said Dr. Robert Krebs Sa Saturday.
turday. Saturday.
Krebs, senior lecturer for the
National Aeronautics and Space
Administration, said Nefwtons
Third Law about action and re reaction
action reaction disproved the misconcep misconception.
tion. misconception.
Lecturing for NASA at the En Engineers
gineers Engineers Fair, Krebs used a blank
pistol, black powder, a balloon,
model satellites, model rockets
and liquid oxygen in his demon demonstrations.
strations. demonstrations.
He traced rockets from Wong
Hus unsuccessful attempt to fly
with rocket power in China 1,000
years ago to Glenns orbital
flight, Feb. 20, 1962.
Krebs said NASA, formed in
1968, has three jobs to do: ex explore
plore explore space for peaceful purpos purposes,
es, purposes, make its findings known, and
apply the findings.
Krebs cited NASAs achieve achievements
ments achievements and said Saturn, the
rocket that may put man on the
moon, developed 1 and a half
million pounds of thrust.
That may not sound like much
to you, Krebs declared, but to
match it, youd have to put 17,-
000 diesel engines on the same
track, all pulling together. The
Saturn is 300 feet high.
He said the United States hopes
to have a man in orbit every 60
days, beginning with Glenns
flight.

feature the latest designs in fur furniture,
niture, furniture, fabrics, rugs and acces accessories
sories accessories from the United States,
the Scandinavian countries, Italy
and Corsica, said Everett.
Our purpose in having the
show was to expose students, vi visitors
sitors visitors and people living in the area
to the very latest developments in
materials and design in interior
furnishings, he said.
Some very fine pieces were not
included in this years exhibit not
because they were not still of good
design but because they were not
the very latest in design.
Everett said that a similar ex exhibit
hibit exhibit last year wa a s 0 successful
it was decided to make the show
three or four times larger and
to incorporate it into the interior
design conference.
The exhibit will be open to the
public from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
April 2-7. Some exhibition pieces
will be offered for s ale. Admission
is free
Both the conference and the ex exhibit
hibit exhibit ar e sponsored by the College
of Architecture and Fine Arts and
Student Government.

Long-Sought Reapportionment
May Get Supreme Court Help

By LOU FERRIS
Gator Staff Writer
The long sought after goal of
reapportionment by population is
seen by UF political scientists.
The U. S- Supreme Court ruled
in a Tennessee case, Monday, the
courts can intervene when urban
Florida Union
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By PAM BISHOP
Gator Staff Writer
Reservations will continue to be
taken for the Florida Union
sponsored Easter trip to Nassau
until the beginning of the holi holidays.
days. holidays.
Deadline on deposits for the
Florida Union-eponsored flight to
Europe out of New York this
summer is May 1.
The SS Florida sails from Mi Miami
ami Miami to Nassau April 20. The three threeday
day threeday trip will cost SSB with all
meals furnished on board.
Tentative dates for the round
trip flight from New York to Lon London;
don; London; Leave June 14; return, Au August
gust August 27. Those making the trip at
the group discount will pay S3OO
and save $176. Deposits are re refundable
fundable refundable until June 11.
Although the Florida Union will
not sponsor a European tour,
arrangements may be made with
J. G. Naplor, assistant professor
of Arts and Sciences, who will
conduct a tour, Europe Past and
Present, which will emphasize
art on the continent and be avail available
able available to those making the flight
arranged by the Florida Union.

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areas feel theyve been discrimi discriminated
nated discriminated against by rural-dominated
legislatures,
Dr. Ernest Bartley, professor of
political science, said the deci decision
sion decision gives & new stimulus to the
battle for reapportionment.
Usually this type of decision
has a moral and psychological
effect on legislatures. Reappor Reapportionment
tionment Reapportionment will come, but slowly,
Bartley said.
Apportionment in Florida is pre presently
sently presently based on county size. Re Reapportionment
apportionment Reapportionment would probably
base representation on population
size of each county, he said.
Bartley said th e apportionment
in Florida is one of the worst in
the nation.
What the Supreme Court has
done in the Tennessee case is tell
the lower courts they could hear
evidence in malapportionm en t
claims. This opens the way for li litigation
tigation litigation of the same type in this
state, Bartley said.
Presently, Gov. Farris Bryant
and the legislature has submit submitted
ted submitted a plan for reapportionment to
to be voted on in the November
elections.
It (the plan) is rather innoc innocous
ous innocous and I am hoping it will be
defeated. It is not a step towards
adequate apportionment, he said.
Bartley also said rural domin domination
ation domination of the legislature has pre prevented
vented prevented the growth of higher edu education.
cation. education.
Dr. J. E. Dovell, professor of
political science, also said Flor Floridas
idas Floridas apportionment is the worst
in the United States.
Dade County has three repre representatives
sentatives representatives for one million people
and counties with 15,000 have one
representative in the House of
Florida, Dovell said.

He said Gov. Bryant wouldnt
do anything about the situation be because
cause because of the governors reappor reapportionment
tionment reapportionment amendment Coming up
in the November election.
Graduate assistant to Dr. Bart Bartley,
ley, Bartley, Gerry Coffel, said there
are significant ramifications to
the ruling.
If a federal court forced a
state to reapportion, more mon money
ey money would be spent in the urban
areas. The reason is the large ci cities
ties cities would have dominant repre representation
sentation representation in the legislature, Cof Coffel
fel Coffel said

Players Slate 'Tartuffe'
Final Production of Year

Florida Players has selected Mo Molieres
lieres Molieres French comedy Tartuf Tartuffe
fe Tartuffe as its final major spring pro production.
duction. production. Scheduled for May 9-12,
the play i s a comedy of charac character
ter character showing the effects of religi religious
ous religious hyprocrisy on a wealthy mid middle-class
dle-class middle-class Paris family in 1663.
The central figure of the play
is the sinister Tartuffe, a holy
fraud posing as a pious man.
Directed by Robert Keyworth,
2 UF Students
Win Fellowships
Two UF engineering students,
Chester D. Kylstra, Gainesville
and James D. Milton, Lakeland,
have been announced winners of
special Atomic Energy Commis Commission
sion Commission fellowships for graduate stu study
dy study during 1962-63.
The selection included 220 stu students
dents students from 34 states and Puerto
Rico who are studying for mas masters
ters masters or doctors degrees in nu nuclear
clear nuclear fields. The fellowships are
administered by the Oak Ridge
Institute of Nuclear Studies, a
non-profit educational corporation.

Originator
Os Honors
Will Leave
4F s
The man who started UF
honor courses is leaving this fall.
Humanities professor W. H. Til Tilley
ley Tilley has accepted a teaching po position
sition position at Davidson College in
North Carolina.
Keep Moving
Tilley said he chose Davidson
because it was an outstanding
institution, and although the UF
is a good school, one should not
stay in the same place too long.
He also noted that he would
receive a pay cut if he taught
only two semesters of the trimes trimester
ter trimester system.
First Honors Section
A teacher in the humanities de department
partment department for 12 years, Tilley orig originated
inated originated honor s sections in 1951.
Honors were not offered by other
departments until several years
later.
These first honors courses con consisted
sisted consisted of outside study on philoso philosophic
phic philosophic and literary works by inter interested
ested interested students.
Average Freedom
Tilley said he considered the
amount of academic freedom at
the UF about average for a state
institution and certainly not dis disgraceful.
graceful. disgraceful. He said he believed
Davidson might allow greater
freedom but he couldnt be sure
until he had taught there.
Prior to joining the UF faculty
in 1949 Tilley, whose major is
English, taught at Roosevelt Col College
lege College in Chicago one year and two
years at the University of Chica Chicago.
go. Chicago.
Ph.D Candidate
In 1958, receiving a Danforth
Foundation grant, he took a years
leave from Florida to work on his
doctorate at the University of
Chicago. He expects to receive his
Ph.D this summer.
Tilleys most recent work, The
Background of The Princess Cas Casanassina
anassina Casanassina is a scholarly study
of the Henry James book in rela relation
tion relation to the social sciences. It was j
published by the University off
Florida Press in 1960.

Tartuffe will feature Dan Wil Wilson
son Wilson as Tartuffe; Larry Gordon
as Orgon, head of the household;
and Sandra Belk a s Orgon* wife
Elmire.
Other members of the cast are
Carol Elias, Barbara Conrad,
Randy Robbins, Richard Schus Schuster,
ter, Schuster, Mimi Carr. Eleanor Broome,
Robert Penjdell and Stewart
Bakst.
Mary Stephenson is designing
costumes and Ronald Jerit ar arranging
ranging arranging the set.
Following its first presentation
for Loui s XIV in 1664. the king
under pressure from the church
banned the play for five years.
After the ban was lifted, Tar Tartuffe
tuffe Tartuffe saw sensational and lasting
success.
Florida Players will revert back
to the box set the convention conventional
al conventional stage setting with three walls
for the two-act play, according to
Joanna Helming, publicity direc director.
tor. director.
Reservations for Tartuffe
may be made by calling Ext.
2671. will be admitted
free with I D. cards.

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The Animal Versus Jose Greco,
Who Comes Out Second Best?

' By FRED SCHNEIDER
> <}ator Amusements Editor
From the Turtle? he asked.
Beg your pardon?
'What is it The Snail or
something like that.
--lm sorry I dont understand
what youre referring to.
* Your school paper what is
its name?
Oh! The Alligator."

GROUP SCOOP

: Clubs Invite Students
?To Weekly Meetings

By APRIL STANLEY
Gator Staff Writer
- Meetings for interested candi candidates
dates candidates spot this weeks club activi activities.
ties. activities.
ART DEPARTMENT FACUL FACULTY
TY FACULTY AND CANDIDATES: Meet Meeting
ing Meeting Friday in the Florida Union
"Oak room at 4 p.m.
PHYSICAL THERAPY CLUB:
Meeting at ~12 p.mT in Room B
of the J. Hillis Miller Health
Center Main Cafeteria on Friday.
All junior and senior physical th therapy
erapy therapy students and other interes interested
ted interested students are invited to at attend.
tend. attend.
FOREIGN STUDENT SPON SPONSORS:
SORS: SPONSORS: Meeting Sunday in Flor Florida
ida Florida Union 118 at 7 p.m.
1.5.0.: Meeting at 8 p.m. in
Florida Union 212 on Sunday.
BUSINESS OFFICE EMPLOY EMPLOYEES
EES EMPLOYEES COUNCIL: Meeting Monday
at 1 p.m. in Florida Union 208.
FILMS COMMITTEE: Meeting
at 10 p.m. in Florida Union 220
on Monday.
GERMAN CLUB: Meeting in

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The Florida Alligator, Friday, Merch 30, 1962

Yes, well, I knew it was
some sort of animal."
So began the interview with the
world reknowned Flamenco dan dancer,
cer, dancer, Jose Greco.
Greco is about medium height.
His hair is black and combed
straight back. His overall sta stature
ture stature is thin yet muscular from his
many years of dancing.

Florida Union 116 in Monday at
8:30 p.m.
KAPPA PSI: Meeting Monday
at 7 p.m. in Florida Union 218.
REAL ESTATE CLUB. Meeting
at 7 p.m. in Florida Union 208
on Monday.
SOCIETY FOR ADVANCE ADVANCEMENT
MENT ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT: Meet Meeting
ing Meeting in Florida Union 212 at 8:30
p.m. on Monday.
SPECIAL PROJECTS COMMIT COMMITTEE:
TEE: COMMITTEE: Meeting Monday in Flor Florida
ida Florida Union 114 at 7 p.m.
UNION BOARD STAFF: Meet Meeting
ing Meeting in Florida Union 215 on Mon Monday
day Monday at 3:30 p.m.
W.S.A.: Meeting at 8:30 p.m*
on Monday in Florida Union
212.

Misunderstanding of Time
Causes Some 111 Feelings

A misunderstanding of curfew curfewhours
hours curfewhours last Monday night at Jen Jennings
nings Jennings Hall caused ill feelings be between
tween between the nightwatchman and
students.

What do you tffink of the UF,
Mr. Greco?
Oh, Ive been here before.
You dont remember me probab probably.
ly. probably. How old are youl7?
Huh? Oh, no Im 22.
Well, you cant tell youre
so round you will be glad
of this some day, Greco said.
Yes, someday. As I was
saying Mr. Greco, what do you
think of UF?
Well, its a beautiful school
but they have very poor facilities
for their music department. Are
they going to do something about
it? he asked.
I understand that were to get
a new Fine Arts School.
Oh, but you need a new audi auditorium.
torium. auditorium.
Well, I dont know anything
about that. Do you find it hard
working under a basketball net
on top of tables?
Ob yes, but it is even worse
for my company. They are not
used to this type of thing,
Greco answered.
We have just come from the
Dade County Auditorium in Miami
and there we found such excellent
facilities.
But, the thing that I and my
company really ar e enjoying is
the response of the students to
our dancing. So few students know
anything about Spanish dancing
and yet we get an encore for
every numberit is wonderful,
he said.
Then thi s isnt th e usual res response
ponse response of the audience.
Oh, we get a good response
but nothing like this. Why there
is no room for any more people
out there, he answered gleefully.
No, its a capacity crowd.
Well, I do believe that every
student out there is placing him-

Campus policeman H. L. John Johnson
son Johnson who acts as a substitute guard
in the Jennings area on Monday
and Tuesday night was not in informed
formed informed of the 11:30 curfew last
Monday night.
When Johnson told male stu students
dents students to leave the area before
tile curfew time, the students
complained to Lt. Vernon Holli Holliman
man Holliman of the campus police.
Campus Police Chief Audie I.
Shuler said that Johnson was a
relief man, and perhaps misun misunderstood
derstood misunderstood the rules. The situation
would be corrected immediately,
he added.

Socially Speaking
Chi Phi Feed Starts Weekend
Theme Parties Set For Houses

By SUE ROSE
Gator Society Editor
An annual fraternity weekend
and a round of theme parties lead
this weekends social events. Ini Initiation
tiation Initiation has been the biggest event
on Panhellenic Road this week.
The Chi Phis annual weekend
will begin with a banquet held
at the University Inn Friday
night. The new Sweetheart, the
housemother, all pinned girls, and
the new officers will be honored.
A Roaring Twenties party
Saturday night at the house will
bring the weekend to a close. En Entertaining
tertaining Entertaining will be the Rhythm
Rockers and the Fabulous Chan Chanteers.
teers. Chanteers.
The D Us. are having an 111-

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self on the stage with the per performers.
formers. performers. They are able to get
into the mood of abandon and
frivolity. We feel it as we
dance, he commented.
This is such a help to us be because
cause because this type of dancing is so
emotional. We like to feel that
our work is being thoroughly ap appreciated.
preciated. appreciated.
Mr. Greco, I notice you have
a very varied company. They
take in all the different phases of
Flamenco Dancing.
Dancers Vary
This was taken into considera consideration
tion consideration when we got together. We
have the little one, who appeals
to college audiences. The pretty
girls, the sophisticated element,
the singer, the youth, and the
touch of class. All of this is re represented
presented represented in our company, Gre Greco
co Greco said
How long have you been with
this company?
How long have I? How long
have I been with this company?
You should be asking me how
long this company has been with
me, he jested.
Well that s what I meant .
It sounds as though I joined
them rather than vice-versa.
Suppose we just forget the
question Mr. Greco.
A man suddenly walked in from
outside. His face went white and
he said something to Greco in
Spanish. It sounded frantic.
Excuse me, Greco said,
But youre sitting on my cos costume
tume costume for my next number. It
makes my manager nervous.
He has to Iron them.

Satan Never Sleeps' Capitalizes on Indecision
Purple Noon' Offers Different Entertainment

By FRED SCHNEIDER
Alligator Amusements Editor
It is easy to be undecided,
but Satan Never Sleeps capita capitalizes
lizes capitalizes on indecision a little bit too
much.
Perhaps the indecision is mine.
I cant decide whether Sleeps
is entertainment or tripe.
Clifton Webb does a magnifi magnificent
cent magnificent portrayal
of the suspi suspicious,
cious, suspicious, witty and fH
caustic Catholic l|pp|
Missionary. aj
en gives a fair fairme
me fairme n t of a 8
young, and be- t
fuddled priest. } l
But, one must Schne|der
not forget that all these ele-

Eagle party Saturday night. Ev Everyone
eryone Everyone has been invited to dress
as some unlawful character.
House decorations and a band
will set the mood for the party.
The Phi Taus start off their
weekend with an exchange dinner
with the AOPis tonight. Saturday
night the Taus will pick up their
dates in a horse-drawn hay wag wagon
on wagon and return to the house for
a Wild West party.
Wednesday, the Kappa Alpha
Thetas will be dinner guests at the
Phi Tau house.
The Zetas will socialize with
the Delts Friday night at the
Delt house.
The D Phi Es had an exchange
dinner w r ith the Pi Lams Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night.

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Jose Greco Dance Troupe which perfctrmed here
Monday night.

ments plus the fine oriental ac actress,
tress, actress, France Nuyen, cannot make
a Pearl Buck story an all-around
pleaser.
Women will most likely enjoy
the movie. Some men might even
find it entertaining. There are
witty line s and some superbly
clever dialogue but these are too
often offset by marshmallow.
Missionaries
The plot line involves two mis missionaries
sionaries missionaries and a Catholic mission
in China. The tale thickens when
the Communist Liberators, move
in. They 'lay the part of green
iconoclasts and heathens and in
the middle of th e burnings and
hustings the leader and former
Christian decide s to add Rape to
his merits.
The confusion isnt confusing,
its melodramatic. Especi ally
when the Russian assessor de decides
cides decides that something i s rotten in
the Missionary School in China.
There is the constant sacchrine
of Pearl Buck and the never end ending
ing ending blast of propoganda about
Christians and Communists Per Perhaps
haps Perhaps it could be considered a
good movie in that melodrama
often becomes too mellow.
Different
At the state Purple Noon
offer s a different sort of enter entertainment.
tainment. entertainment.
One might call it a diabolical
improbability.
The whole story is about a
murder (or tWo) and how
smoothly Alain Delon maneuvers
escape plans.
Money is the root of all evil
and this picture capitalizes on
evil.
Learn in one easy lesson, how
to convert lire into dollars. Or.
better yet, how to film an entire
Italianmmov e with one camera cameraman.
man. cameraman.
The plot is a teaser, the acting
ia well done and the end is
the coup de grace.
For those who love movies
chock full of symbols, have a
ball. For the other non-intellec- j
tuals who did not enjoy Oedipus
Rex. without symbolism this mo movie
vie movie is still well done.
Delinquent
The Florida Union Movie offers
the most distasteful tidbit this
weekend.
Remember, only you can pre prevent
vent prevent celluloid tripe.
It Started With A Kiss is
Columbia's
Choir On
Florida Tour
The Ambassador Choir of Col Columbia
umbia Columbia Bible College. Columbia,
S. C., will present a concert of
sacred music tomorrow night at
the Alliance Church, University
Ave. and Fifth Street N. E.
The program, conducted by G.
William Supplee, head of the
schools music department, will
begin at 7:30.
The forty-voice choir, which
toured the southwest part of the
United States during Christmas
vacation, are on a spring tour of
Florida.'
Selections from Handels Mes Messiah
siah Messiah and John Stainer* Cruci Crucifixion
fixion Crucifixion are included in the pro program
gram program as well as arrangements of
familiar hymns and anthems.
Pastors A. A. Baesenberg and
R. G. Thompson, local hosts to
the choir, invite the public- to the
i concert.

playing at the Florida Union
Movie this weekend.
The plot-line involved a girl
who is looking to marry into
wealth. She fears if she kisses
the wrong man that shell fall in
love, with him and he would not
be rich. Then she kisses the
wrong man.
The synopsis cannot personify
the triteness of this flick. One
has to have poor taste to see it
even on a bet. Debby Trite stars.
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JOHN WAYNE
"THE BIG GAMBLE"
STEPHEN BOYD
SATURDAY 3-31
"A PRIVATE'S
AFFAIR"
SAL MINEO
"CARRY ON
CONSTABLE"
ENGLISH COMEDY
"THREE
MURDERESSES"
ENGLISH COMEDY
SUNDAY, MONDAY fr
TUESDAY, 4-1, 2, 3
"THE APARTMENT"
JACK LEMON
"ELMER GANTRY"
BURT LANCASTER
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY,
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Center News

Film Depicts
Church's Life

By RONNIE SUE GOODMAN
Gator Staff Writer
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE: A film
entitled The Story of Christian
Science will be shown Tuesday
in room 215 of the Florida Union
at 7 p.m.
EPISCOPAL UNIVERSITY
CENTER: The last session of the
Christianity and Communism
series will be Sunday at 9:30 a.m.
in Weed Hall. Dr. Manning Dauer
will conduct a panel discussion
with Dr. Doty and the Rev. Dick,
man, chaplain at South Florida,
on the panel.
HILLEL FOUNDATION: Sab Sabbath
bath Sabbath services will be held tonight
at 8. There will be a special
guest speaker. Sunday morning
there will be a brunch from 11
to 12:15. Sunday evening Israeli
dances will be taught at the Cen Center
ter Center at 7:30. At 8:30 social danc dancing
ing dancing will be held. A meeting is
scheduled for 7 p.m. Sunday.
The Center is open for study
hours Monday through Thursday
evenings, from 7 to 11.
LUTHERAN STUDENT CEN CENTER:
TER: CENTER: The Lutheran Student As Association
sociation Association is planning a hayride
tonight from 8 to 12. The desti destination

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With police? What sudden mob impulse can moti moti;
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women into a rampage of destruction? Perhaps its
new way to let off steam ... a savage kind of
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0 From left, Clay Parker,
Foreign Student Sponsor
Program Coordinator
0 lisa Bauer, from Ger Germany
many Germany and her sponsor
Rosemary Parkel
0 Alberto Laverde, a for foreign
eign foreign student
0 Student Body Pres. Bill
Trickel and Rafael
Quintana who is spon sponsored
sored sponsored by Trickel
Faculty Quintet
Offers Concert
A faculty concert presented by
the Department of Music will be
held in the University Auditorium,
Tuesday at 8:15 p. m.
The presentation features Sam Samuel
uel Samuel Teeters at the piano; Guy
B. Webb, bass-baritone and Reid
Poole on the French horn. Russ Russell
ell Russell Danburg and Lynda] Smith
will play accompaniments.
The group will play Beethov Beethovens
ens Beethovens sonata Pathetique, Dir Dirge
ge Dirge by John Webster, The Lord Lordly
ly Lordly Hudson by Paul Goodman
and Miniver Cheevy by Edward
Arlington Robinson.
Orientation Applications
Available for Positions
Applications for summer and
fall orientation positions are
available in the Dean of Mens of office,
fice, office, 128 Tigert Hall.
Mike Jamieson, director of the
program, asks all interested stu students
dents students to make arrangements for
an interview starting April 9.

BThe hottest spot in town
Wednesday was not the
College Inn.
The hot-spot award
when to a plasma torch in
the Induction heating lab
in the College of Engineer Engineering
ing Engineering where a blue flame
created temperatures ex exceeding
ceeding exceeding the surface of the
sun.
Researchers watched
through welders helmets as
ionized Argon gases were
forced through a quartz
tube and a magnetic field
to produce temperatures up
to 20,000 degrees F.
Bruce Mathews, research
associate of electrical engi engineering,
neering, engineering, said the terrific
heat will be used to perfect
testing methods for re-en re-entry
try re-entry heat problems of space
vehicles.
As far as I know, Mat Mathews
hews Mathews said, UF. is the only
institution now working on
this type project. It is being
done for the Air Force.
COLLEGE INN Mathews explained that
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FBK And Mortar Board Sponsor

Foreign Student Plan
Volunteers Needed

More than 430 foreign students
mean 430 responsibilities for UF
students. This is where the For Foreign
eign Foreign Student Sponsor Program
take s over say sponsors.
Most of the experiences a for foreign
eign foreign student will have in the U.
S., and especially at UF, are
new, and perhaps at variance with
his native culture. At the very
least, his new life is confusing.
Because the foreign student is
a guest at UF, American students
have certain responsibilities as
hosts and hostesses.
In 1960 Mortar Board took the
lead in fulilling these responsibi responsibilities.
lities. responsibilities. A committee was appoint appointed
ed appointed to contact new women stu students
dents students entering UF from foreign
countries. Each member of Mor Mortar
tar Mortar Board was assigned as a
sponsor for one of the new stu students.
dents. students.
The new students were introduc introduced
ed introduced to all the facets of life at UF:
the campus, registration, housing,
places to eat. Prog tests and elec electrographic
trographic electrographic pencils, football, dating
custom s and social life, clubs,
and the grading system. Through Throughout
out Throughout the semester sponsor and
guest progressed together, each
learning from the other. The For Foreign
eign Foreign Student Sponsor Program
was successfully inaugurated.
Under the direction of Bill Hol Hollingsworth,
lingsworth, Hollingsworth, Blue Key joined in
the program in 1961 to provide
sponsors for foreign male stu students.
dents. students.
Although the Foreign Student
Sponsor Program is successfully
underway, Mortar Board and Blue
Key alone cannot provide enough
sponsors t Q meet the programs
needs. From the beginning, stu student
dent student volunteers have been relied
on to carry out the program. At
least 100 more volunteers will be
needed for the coming year, said
Hollingsworth.
Emphasizing the need for addi additional
tional additional sponsors, program coordi coordinator
nator coordinator Clay Parker said, Every
mature and responsible UF stu student,
dent, student, simply for being an Amer American,
ican, American, has a responsibility to the
foreign student. Without a spon sponsor
sor sponsor the average foreign student is
forced to keep to himself and
sometimes receives a distorted

image of the American student
and college. One friendly relation relationship
ship relationship can have a big effect when
the foreign student returns to his
country to work or to govern.
Student Body President Bill
Trickel, a foreign student sponsor,
said, The American student at
UF must realize the importance
of making our international stu student
dent student welcome at the UF. The For Foreign
eign Foreign Student Sponsor Program is
one of many ways in which we
can become acquainted with our
international student, and at the
same time help them to under understand
stand understand us.
The sponsors rewards are great
for the small amount of time and
assistance hi s position requires.
The foreign student becomes well
integrated into UF life after
helpful attention has been given
him when he first arrives and
during the early days of the se semester.
mester. semester. A close friendship is es established
tablished established early and grows
through occasional meetings
throughout the semester. The stu student
dent student sponsor friend becomes an
important link between two coun countries.
tries. countries. The foreign student is his
friend, his pupil, and his teach teacher.
er. teacher.
An early entrant in the pro program,
gram, program, John Day, 4AS, called his
sponsorship a great experience.
Days protege wa s Vu Kuac Kha
of South Viet Nam. Vu Kuac had
been in the United States only a
few days when Day met him.
When he arrived at the UF Day
spent much of Orientation Week
helping Vu Kuac through regis registration
tration registration and familiarizing him with
the campus.
Day said, We saw each other
frequently during the early part
of the semester and then less of often
ten often later on. Kha is at UF on a
Viet Namese government scholar scholarship
ship scholarship which he won in a national
test with other Viet Nam high
school students. As a result, he is
grateful to be here and studies
hard. He never takes a day off.
In talking about the friendship
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my responsibility as sponsor to
mean being a friend and I tried
to help Kha whenever he needed
it. Kha had studied French in
high school and was somewhat
familiar with western life; but he :
did have trouble understanding'
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though we only see each other
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still good friends.
Potential sponsors are inter interviewed
viewed interviewed and assigned a foreign
student, or they may ask for a
student from a particular coun country.
try. country. Special consideration is given
to personal interests, field of stu- |
dy, age, and marital statu 3 ofcj
both students.
Many of the foreign students
are married and have brought
their families with them. Married
American students, knowing the
responsibilities married life en entails,
tails, entails, can best serve a s sponsors
to the foreign married students.
Because a large percentage of
the foreign students enter the
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eering, American sponsors from
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ed. But there are foreign students
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and they all need sponsors.
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The Florida AHlfdior, Friday, Marsh id, 1962

UF Batsmen Face Georgia 'Dogs;
Aim to Stretch Streak, SEC Record

By DAVE BERKOWITZ
The UF baseball team will
be trying to stretch its winning
streak to six games when it
takes on Georgia, at Athens, in
a two game series, today and
Saturday.
The Gators ran their record
to 8-S by defeating Florida
Southern, Tuesday, at Perry
Field.
In the Southeastern Conference
the Gators have a 3-1 record.
The only SEC loss came at the
hands of the Bulldogs when they
met the UF in Gainesville.
Coach Dave Fuller will star his
two senior pitchers against the
Bulldogs. They are right hander
Jerry Nicolson and left hander
C. W. Price.
Nicholson beat Georgia here in
the first encounter when he struck
out 11 to help the UF to a 6 3
win. His overall record is 2-1, and
he has a 3.66 earned run aver average.
age. average. Price also boasts a 2-1 rec record
ord record with a 4.50 ERA.
Right fielder Bernie Haskins is
leading the Gators in the bat batting
ting batting department with a .447 aver average.
age. average. He leads the team in stolen
bases with eight.
Jerry Nicolson is helping his
cause by batting .333. Len

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a .323 average and is tied with
Tom Moore for the RBI lead.
Both have 10 RBIs.
The only two Gator homeruns
belong to Haskins and first base baseman
man baseman Charlie Bean.
Undefeated and sporting a 0.00
ERA is Art Ondich. In his only
start he pitched nine innings
against North Carolina and with without
out without allowing an earned run.
Biggart 2-0
Jim Biggart has a 2-0 record in
one start and four appearances
in relief. His ERA is 1.28, having
given up only 3 runs in 21 1/3
innings.
In the last four games, Gator
pitching has given up only five
runs for a 1.25 average per game.
The next home appearance of
Netters Lose Twice;
Face Amherst Today
The UF tennis team hopes to
get back in the win column to today
day today when they face Amherst af after
ter after a week in which the Gator
team lost two of two matches.
Tuesday the Gators lost to Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian 5-4 to give them a 6-3
season mark.
UF had lost the weeks opener
to Duke on Mondav.

the Gators squad will be in a
double header with Furman at
Gainesville on April 4.
Freshman Nine
Play Saturday
The UF Freshman baseball
team goes after another vic victory
tory victory tomorrow when it plays Cen Central
tral Central Junior College at Perry Field.
The game will be played at 11
a. m. to permit players to at attend
tend attend the Florida Relays.
The Baby Gators met St. Johns
Junior College yesterday but the
results were too late for publica publication.
tion. publication.
Prior to yesterdays game the
Gators were undefeated with a
5-0 record. Wednesday they down downed
ed downed Brewton-Parker College, 4-3,
as the Gators tied it, 3-3, in the
sixth and scored the winning run
in the eighth.
In the first five games the
Freshman scored 37 runs on their
opponents, while holding the op opposition
position opposition to only seven.
Freshman Coach P. A. Lee says
that he has been very pleased
with the fine hitting and pitching
the team has been getting and
that it should improve as the
boys get more experience.
Monday, the Frosh face the
Florida Southern JVs at Perry
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Meet's 19th Running
Attmcts 1200 Athletes

By ROBERT GREEN
Assistant Sports Editor
The highlight of the spring
sports season, the Florida Re Relays,
lays, Relays, will have its 19th running l
this Saturday afternoon at the
Florida Track before an expected
crowd of more than 5.000.
Over 1200 athletes representing
close to 100 universities, colleges,
junior colleges, and high schools
from all over the country will
take part in the annual extrava extravaganza.
ganza. extravaganza.
New Events
This year there will be 29
events with two new ones added.
These are the hop, step, and
jump, and 250 yard hurdles. This
features three feet hurdles plac placed
ed placed 40 feet apart.
Among the schools entered this
year are SEC champs LSU, Duke,
North Carolina, Maryland, Au Auburn,
burn, Auburn, Florida State, Georgia Tech,
and Georgia. High school teams
will be mainly from Florida with
several from Georgia and Ala Alabama.
bama. Alabama.
Trials in the high hurdles,
shot put, 100 yard dash, broad
jump, discus, 880 relay and 250
yard hurdles will begin at 9:30
a.m. with the finals in all
events starting at 1:30 p.m.
Because of the large number of
entries in the high school event,
standards have been set up to
limit the number of athletes and
keep the- meet to a one day
event.
These standards include a mini minimum
mum minimum time of 10.4 seconds in the
100 yard dash, and minimum
throws of 46 feet in the shotput.
and 130 feet in the discus.
Top Track Men
Some of the more outstanding
track stars in this years Relays
include two miler Jerry Nourse,
of North Carolina; Ron Ablo Ablowich,
wich, Ablowich, of Georgia Tech. SEC hur hurdles,
dles, hurdles, champ; John Belitza, pole
vaulter from Maryland, who has
topped 15 feet; Dave Segal, Bri British
tish British Olympic star from Furman;
and Don and David Styron of
North East Louisiana State.
The two Styron brothers were
voted the most outstanding per performers
formers performers at the 1960 relays. Don
Styron is currently the world re record
cord record holder in the 220 yard low
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The Tri-Delts defeated Alpha
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hurdles.
Gator trackmen who are ex expected
pected expected to do well in the meet
are George Leach in the 100
and 220 yard dashes, John Hale
in the ja v elin, Charles Oates in
the hurdles, and Wendell Willis
in the high jump. Willis won
that event In last years Re Relays.
lays. Relays.
The Florida Relays was origi originated
nated originated by UF track coach Percy
Beard and first held in 1939. It
has been going ever since with
the exception of the war years
and has featured some of the
countries finest track men.
Among these were Fortune Gor Gordien
dien Gordien of Minnesota who held the
world record for the discus in
1949, Dave Sime of Duke and an
Olympic dash star in 1956. Bill
Alley of Kansas, an Olympic ja javelin
velin javelin performer, and Jim Beatty
of North Carolina who competed
in Olympic 5000 meter events.
Sime Record Holder
Sime holds the Relays record
for the 100 yard dash along with
Dave Styron. Both ran the dis distance
tance distance in 9.5 seconds. Alley

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holds the javelin record with a
toss of 243 feet 7*2 inches set in
1960.
A top feature of the Relays is
the awarding of the Kearney*
Raybun Memorial Trophy present presented
ed presented to the outstanding athlete of
the meet. Last years winner was
Richard Crane of Auburn.
Kearney and Raybun were co cocaptains
captains cocaptains of the 1910 UF track
team. Both were killed in action
in World War II and three of
their teammates, Bill Thompson,
Bill Richardson, and Ben McGa McGahey
hey McGahey combined to set up the
award.
UF Golf Squad
At Tech, Ga.
The UF golf team goes on the
road this weekend sporting a 5-2
record and looking for its sixth
and seventh victories.
Friday the Gators meet Georgia
Tech and Duke in a three way
match in Atlanta. Saturday the
Gators travel to Athens to meet
the. Georgia Bulldogs.