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Student Government Pushes For Free Student Directories

By JACK HORAN
Gator News Editor
Student Government may have
its student directory printed free
next year.
This was made public in a Leg Legislative
islative Legislative Council meeting Tuesday

LIVES
OR
PENNIES?
See Page 4

Volume 54, Number 42

Spring Capers
Begin April 8

Pan-American Queen Crowned
Highlighting International Week

By PAM BISHOP
Gator Staff Writer
The crowning of a Pan-Ameri Pan-American
can Pan-American queen at the International
Spring Capers Ball April IS will be
one o# the highlights of Interna International
tional International Week, April 8-14.
Co-sponsored by Kappa Kappa
Psi band honorary and Board of
International Activities (BIA), the
ball will feature a 20 piece Ga Gator
tor Gator variety band and the crown crowning
ing crowning of King Ugly.
Other functions planned include
a Festival of Nations supper,
April 8 at 6 p.m. in the Hub,
and an International Debate April
10 on The Labor Union in Am American
erican American Society.'
The UF Symphony Orchestra,
conducted by Richard Bowles, will

Festival Feeds
Food of Nations
Food from all nations will be
the theme of the Festival o# Na Nations
tions Nations Supper Sunday at 6 p. m.
at the Banquet Room of the Hub.
The supper is the kick-off event
of International Week, April 8-
14. Tickets are on sale at the
Florida Union, Room 315, for
$1.50 apiece. Reservations may
he made at the Florida Union
Room, Room 315. Deadline is 5
pi. m. today.
The Banquet Room will be de decorated
corated decorated by the International Sup Suppers
pers Suppers Committee. They will also
serve as hostesses, dressed in
costumes representing the na nations
tions nations of the world.
Entertainment will be provided
by Nepalese musicians and a Cu Cuban
ban Cuban dance team.
The University Food Service
will cater the event. To guaran guarantee
tee guarantee authenticity o# cuisine, stu students
dents students from each country repre represented
sented represented at hte supper will super supervise
vise supervise the preparation of the dishes.

Davis to Select
Court Attorneys

Honor Court Chancellor Tad
Davis said today that members
of the defense prosection staff
will be chosen from the applica applications
tions applications by the end of this week.
Davis stated that there Is no
official deadline for applying for
the positions, and those not cho chosen
sen chosen will be used as assistants to
the new staff.
There are.no particular quali qualifications
fications qualifications for the job, Davis said,
except that the applicant must
be a law student. No previous
work on the court is needed.
The staff will be made up of
10 men and their assistants.
Each case reported to the court
is assigned to a justice and two
members of the staff. One mem member
ber member takes the side of the prosecu prosecution
tion prosecution the other, the defense. The
prosection is under the supervi supervision
sion supervision of the attorney general, and
the chief defense counsel super supervises
vises supervises the defense member.
Davis said it is the duty of the
Staff to be sure each case i s well
prepared and disposed of in trial
Contest for Title
'UMOC' Begun
The eve r-popular contest for the
title of Ugliest Man on Campus,
UMOC, is underway. A list of
UMOC candidates:
Frank Mecike, SX and AEPhi;
John E. Ball, ATO; Stan Blome Blomeley,
ley, Blomeley, Independent; A. Charles
Wilkes, DSPhi; George Keep,
Georgia Seagle; Don Brodback,
BN; Rick Gringras, LKA; Dick
Abel, PKA.
Prizes are now on display at
Hie north end of the Fla. Unions
first floor. Winners, determined
by your penny votes, will be pre presented
sented presented at the International Club

night when Sam Zorn, of Student
Government told the council that
a Texas printing company will
print 10,000 student directories at
no cost to Student Government.
. Zorn said the company makes
their profit selling advertise advertisements

THE FLORIDA ALLIG^T&R

stage a twilight Pan American
concert in the Plaza of the Am Americas
ericas Americas at 6:45 April 11. Talented
acts from all over the world will
participate in an International Ta Talent
lent Talent Show April 14 at 8 p.m. in
University Auditorium.
Reception Featured
Also featured is a Pan-Ameri Pan-American
can Pan-American reception for students and
faculty sponsored by the School
of Inter American Studies at 4
p.m., April 9 in Johnson Lounge
of the Florida Union. Dr. Fred Frederick
erick Frederick Hartmann, professor of In International
ternational International Relations, will lead a
forum, Image and Reality in U.
S. Foreign Policy, April 12 in
the Florida Union Auditorium.
A Florida State University-Flor University-Florida
ida University-Florida challenge Soccer Game is
slated for April 14 at 2 p.m. on
Florida Field. Both soccer teams
are dominated by Spanish-Ameri Spanish-American
can Spanish-American students. Soccer is a nation national
al national sport in Latin countries.
Pan American queen appli applicants
cants applicants will be interviewed in com competition
petition competition at the Florida Union April
6 and compete in a personality
and talent contest at 5 p.m. April
9 in University Auditorium. Appli Applicants
cants Applicants may be sponsored by any
campus organization or may
compete independently. Chairman
of the contest is Alberto Cruz,
vice president of the Latin-Am Latin-American
erican Latin-American Club.
The Council for International
Activities has sent past Pan-
American queens to various Span Spanish
ish Spanish speaking countries during
the summer. Tentative plan s have
been made for this years queen
to tour Venezuela.
Throughout International Week,
the International Speakers Bur Bureau
eau Bureau will talk at fraternity, sorori sorority
ty sorority and organizational meetings.
Displays of fine art items from
abroad will be exhibited in the
Florida Union Social Room.
Dr. Harry Kantor, professor of
political science, will speak on
The Present Crisi s in Latin Am America
erica America during commemeration of
Pan American Day April 13 at
6 p.m. in the Florida Union.

form or dismissed as soon as
possible.
We expect about 25 applicat applications
ions applications before the end of the week,
Davis said.

Ivy May Yield to Stairs
In Dorm. Fire Program

By JIM SRODES
Gator Staff Writer
Fire escapes should join the ivy of Murphree
Area according to the student committee which
investigated safety conditions in the men6
housing area.
The four recommendations handed to Hous Housing
ing Housing Director Harold Riker are under considera consideration
tion consideration by an administrative committee formed by
Riker.
Committee recommendations urged:
1. Replacement of fire extinguishers with a
carbon-dioxide type suitable for fighting electri electrical
cal electrical fires.
2. Inspection of wiring and other electrical
equipment at regular intervals.
3. Construction of fire escapes as an alternate
escape route for the single stairway construc construction
tion construction of the Murphree Area.
4. Regularly conducted fire drills and inspec inspections
tions inspections of rooms for possible sources of danger.
We've done our job by investigating the
conditions and now It's op to the administra administration
tion administration to take some concrete action*" said
John Young, chairman of the Fire Safety
Committee.
We have made several specific requests for
changes in conditions in the Murphree Area. We
arrived at these revisions after studying the
needs of the students along with how quickly
the changes could be made.
Housing Director Harold Riker said Ms com committee
mittee committee woutld look into conditions and t would de decide
cide decide on solutions using the student committees
recommendations as well as their own.
Delay Costs
The cost of needed changes was mentioned
by some of the administration officials con-

ments advertisements to local merchants for the
directory.
Extra Copies
Since only 5,500 would be giv given
en given to the student body (4,500
would go to the administration,
the council voted $285 to print an

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"BIG BERTHA" AND KAS ON GUARD AGAINST YANKEE TYRANNY

John McDaniel, Bill Young and Ed
Warwick prepare to start Kappa Al Alphas
phas Alphas return to a weekend in the tra tradition
dition tradition of the Old South.

May Primary
Deadline Now
Registration deadline for
Mays state primary is tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow.
All students desiring informa information
tion information concerning registration or
tration office may call the Alli Alligator
gator Alligator office in the Florida Un Union.
ion. Union.
A student is qualified to reg register
ister register for the primary if he has
been in attendance at the UF
since September, is a Ameri American
can American citizen and is 21 years old.
The supervisor of registra registrations
tions registrations office is located at 111
SE Ist Ave.
First Lady Bakes
First Cherry Pie
Student First Lady Kent H.
Trickel successfully baked her
first cherry pie Monday night.
Informed source a close to stu student
dent student Body Pres. Bill Trickel said
Mrs. Trickel was delighted with
the results of her first pie baking
attempt.
The informed sources said the
proof of the pie was in the eat eating.
ing. eating. Pres. Trickel was not pre present
sent present for comment.

cerned with the Murphree Area as the primary
cause of delay.
UF Fire Marshall L A. Shuler said that the
feeling among the administration was one of
deep concern over safety in the dorms but the
money necessary for any improvements came
from sources outside the universitys influence.
Its a sad tiling when money which so
often prevents the raising of the quality of
higher education most also be a source of
real danger to the lives of students," said
Young.
State statutes governing the construction of
school buildings at the UF are less restrictive
than others governing construction of other
building types.
Compare Statutes
Chapter 509 of the Florida State Statutes
on the construction of hotels requires every
building of two stories should have two means of
exit or a fire escape and those buildings of more
than two stories must have not only two means
of exits but also a separate outside fire escape
connected with each floor.
The state statute that applies to the Murphree
Area only requires a fire escape When there is
not two exits available for students.
I don't see why somebody living in a
hotel should have any more safety than I
do," grumbled one resident of Murphree G.
Young added the student committee issued a
challenge to the administration to take concrete
action immediately.
If they think were going to let this die
down now that our probe is over, theyre an
wrong, Young said.
If something doesnt happen soon, maybe
well start investigating why nothing is being
done."

University of Florida, Gainesville Friday, April 6,1962

Fla. Union Inn'
Dram Motel Ire

Some Gainesville motels will
be forced out of business if the
new Florida Union building hous houses
es houses a sizable number of guest
rooms, according to Alex
Frank, president of the Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Motel Association.
Tentative plans to incorporate
guest rooms in the new $4.9 mil million
lion million union have met with opposi opposition
tion opposition from Gainesville motel own owners.
ers. owners. Protest letters have been
sent by the Motel Association to
UF Press. J. Wayne Reitz, State
Senator Emory Cross and Repre Representatives
sentatives Representatives Osee Fagen and Ralph
Turlington.
Unfair Competition
Inclusion of 50 or 75 guest
rooms in the new union will pre present
sent present unfair competition, Frank
said Thursday night at a meeting
of association officers.
We do not believe this is
sound economic policy to create
government financed competition
for private business and, in ef effect,
fect, effect, stifle the source of tax rev-

additional 1,500 copies for stu students.
dents. students. This will be matched by
the same amount from the ad administration.
ministration. administration.
Zorn pointed out that the plan
now rests with the Board of Con Control
trol Control and the state printing lobby.

A "Parade of Southern Strength
down Unversity Ave. today will end at
the Mansion among the memories of
Mint Juleps and magnolia blossoms.

enue, Frank added.
Frank said that an adequate
number of motel rooms now ex exist
ist exist in Gainesville.
Motels Increase
In the past year motel space
has jumped from 330 rooms to
563 roomsan increase of 70
per cent. Hotel space includes ap approximately
proximately approximately 160 rooms.
Os course on a weekend like
Homecoming, I think it would be
very difficult to house every
guest in the city no matter how
many rooms are built, said War Warner
ner Warner Weseman, the associations
vice-president.
Frank said he did not know ex exactly
actly exactly how many guest rooms the
UF intends to put in the new un union
ion union quarters.
We have heard indications for
23 rooms up to 300 guest rooms,
Frank stated.
Florida Union Director Bill
Rion has said he hopes there
will be more than 15 guest
rooms, the number in the pres present
ent present union.
No Official Plans
There are no official archi architects
tects architects plans for the new union, so
it is hard to tell how much space
will be allocated for what, Rion
said.
Wayne Oobb, director of Flori Florida
da Florida Blue Key Speakers Bureau,
said it is his understanding tenta tentative
tive tentative plans call for approximately
75 guest rooms in the new union
building.
In a recent letter to Broward
Culpepper, exeutive secretary of
the State Board of Control, the
association said:
Although we are not in a
position to know exactly what
plans are being made in re relation
lation relation to guest rooms in the ;
new union, we are opposed to
the expenditure of any funds
at all for this purpose.
We feel very strongly that
whatever funds are, or will be,
available can be utilized to better
advantage in the improvement of
teaching facilities and equip equipment.
ment. equipment.

Sorry
Mr. Terry
The Florida Alligator wishes
to apologize for the use of iro ironic
nic ironic justice in the lead of a
story telling of an accident
which damaged a car owned
by Joseph Dabney Terry Jr.
The story in Tuesday's eeditkm
of the paper stretched a point
beyond good taste, to show
that Terrys car was involved
in an earlier accident which
hospitalized a UF coed.

A Florida statute requires
printing bids over SSO from state
universities to be let in the state.
UF Behind
Currently the administration is
pushing to have the statute waiv waived
ed waived and allow the Texas company

Students Support
Merit Pay Raise
Petition Slated For Tuesday
Said Destined for Trashcan

By DAVID LAWRENCE
Jr \
Gator Editorial Aset
The students opportun opportunity
ity opportunity to back professor pay
raises comes Tuesday, but
apparently their petitions
will end up in a state Cap Capitol
itol Capitol trashcan.
Students Tuesday will be able
to sign Tallahassee bound peti petitions
tions petitions supporting the faculty stand
on the merit pay raise dispute,
Secretary of Academic Affairs
John Young announced late Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday night.
Developments
Almost simultaneously with
Youngs announcement came de developments
velopments developments including:
1) The UF is going along with
a State Board of Control deci decision
sion decision last week to allocate $607,243
in merit raises for state univer university
sity university faculty members. University
personnel led by Pres. J. Wayne
Reitz originally had asked for
$1.3 million;
2) The complete UF budget, in including
cluding including merit pay raise provisions,
will be submitted to the State
Budget Commission about mid-
May.
8) The UF budget is fairly
weU completed as a whole in including
cluding including the merit pay section,
Dean of Academic Affairs Ro Robert
bert Robert B. Mautz said Wednesday.
Faculty member s however say
they havent given up.
Meet Bryant
In fact, local American Associa Association
tion Association of University Prof ess o r s
(AAUP) Pres. Seymour Block has
set up an AAUP-Gov. Farris Bry Bryant
ant Bryant meeting at an undetermined
date late this month.
We feel we can accomplish a
lot more by spelling the whole
matter out when we talk to Bry Bryant,
ant, Bryant, Block said.
Students apparently havent
given up.
In addition to Tuesdays peti petitions
tions petitions the Legislative Council
this week passed unanimously a

OVER PROTESTS
Seagle To Close For Year

By BEN GARRETT
Gator Staff Writer
Georgia Seagle Hall will be
dosed for the 1962-63 school year
despite strong opposition from
tile residents, according to J.
Francis Cooper, executor of the
Georgia Seagle Holland trust.
The March 29 decision of the
Board of Education of the Flor Florida
ida Florida Methodist Church to close the
hall and build a new one still
stands, Cooper said in a state statement
ment statement Wednesday.
Unsatisfactory
The present hall building has

Marion Co. Quits
UF Educational TV

Marion County has kicked out
educational television.
Swayed by a minority of public
school principals, the county re recently
cently recently voted to discontinue
WUFTs Educational Televis ion
(ETV) programs in that area.
The reason given was a lack of
funds in the Marion County bud budget.
get. budget.
Seven Counties
Alachua and six other counties
Bradford, Clay, Levy, Union,
Columbia, Putnam and part of
Suwannee will remain in the
game for the coming year.
Last year, only 25 per cent
of our school children were us using
ing using the program, said Harry
Hunter, audio visual adminis administrator
trator administrator of the Marion County
Board of Public Instruction. At
present, said Hunter, our bud budget
get budget does not allow for the in installation
stallation installation of television facilities in

to get the contract.
The councils recently-elected
members were sworn in and
Marsha Mallinger was elected se secretary.
cretary. secretary.
In other action, $450
ted to the Debate Clul e msTi
penses to the annua^sfcJStljaafli/^

resolution calling for the full re release
lease release of funds appropriated by the
state legislature for merit pay
increases.
Copies of the resolution will go
to Bryant, who i s chairman of
the State Budget Commission,
and the Board of Control.
Another resolution which would
have created a student com commission
mission commission to stimulate statewide in interest
terest interest in higher education im improvements
provements improvements was voted down be because
cause because of its similarity to the
student government Education
Analysis Committee.
Even Bryant, who has been
Open
oft criticized as a foe of high higher
er higher education efforts in Florida,
said this week, Its an open
question as far as Im concerned.
Nothing has been decided yet.
UF administrators, however, ap apparently
parently apparently think the pay raise fight
is over.
Shortly after the board reached
a decision last week, Reitz said,
. we (the UF) shall proceed
to develop our budgets in accor accordance
dance accordance with its (Board of Control)
decision.
At least several faculty mem members
bers members apparently didnt believe the
battle was over. The AAUP still
met in emergency session and
its leaders still said they were
optimistic.
All Over?
But Mautz Wednesday apparent apparently
ly apparently finalized the months-long saga

Reitz 1 Word on Peel Fate
Expected Next Week

The Orajige Peels fate may
be decided soon, according to UF
Vice Pres. Harry M. Philpot.
I think we can promise some something
thing something by the end of next week
anyway, said Philpot.
The Orange Peel has been un under
der under a suspension since last sem semester
ester semester because of what UF offici officials

not been satisfactory, and the
boys themselves have requested
a new structure, said Cooper.
The trustees of the board rea realized
lized realized when they voted to close
the house it might work a hard hardship
ship hardship on some boys who need fin financial
ancial financial help, said Cooper. But
they did set aside someone to
work with hardship cases in an
attempt to find financial aid from
other scholarship sources.
The trustees had considered
the matter for some time and
had before them recommenda recommendations
tions recommendations of a committee which has

the remaining schools.
The cost for broadcasting Chan Channel
nel Channel 6s ETV is borne by the coun counties
ties counties at the rate of $1 of the av average
erage average daily attendance based on
the preceding year. This means
that even those Marion County
schools that dont receive ETV
programs must contribute to the
costs of this service.
Disappointed
We are very disappointed in
Marion Countys decision, stat stated
ed stated Mrs. Oneida Carpenter, tele television
vision television coordinator, Alachua Coun County
ty County Public Schools, she is the liai liaison
son liaison between the schools and
WUFT.
All the principals of those
schools that are presently carry carrying
ing carrying this service voted to retain
if Only those administrators of
schools that lacked the facilities,
voted to discontinue the programs.
(Continued on Page THREE)

ern Student Government Associa Association
tion Association convention.
A proposed committee which
would publicize the UFs edu educatMqpfeneeds
catMqpfeneeds educatMqpfeneeds was rejected by
the coSul on the grounds that
|it' wasusurp the Educational
Committee.

Twelve Pages This Edition

of how much the UF will get in
merit pay raise increases.
The stand Dr. Reitz took last
week is the admin istra *4 o n
stand, Mautz said. The budget
i s fairly well completed as a
whole including the merit pay
section.
Mautz said the UF budget
would be presented about May 1
for board approval, with commis commission
sion commission action expected in mid-May.
petition
Student government, mean meanwhile,
while, meanwhile, is going on with its fight
for faculty merit salary increases.
According to Young, tables will
be set up in front of the College
of Business Administration, Pea Peabody
body Peabody Hall, Library, Campu s Club,
Student Service Center and Jenn Jennings,
ings, Jennings, Broward and Rawlings Dor Dormitories
mitories Dormitories for petition signing from
9:30 a.m, 2 p.m. Petitions will
also be circulated through dor dormitories
mitories dormitories that night by sorority and
fraternity members.
We expect about 5,000 signa signatures,
tures, signatures, Young said.
We feel that positive potion of
this sort can be very influentlnl
to| tho Board (of Control) mem members,
bers, members, and, therefore, we ask
all students to turn out and sign
these petitions in affirmation of
the student government and fa faculty
culty faculty stands, he added.

als officials called objectionable content
in the Christmas edition.
The Board of Student Publica Publications
tions Publications recommended to Reitz tho
Peel be continued with the pro provision
vision provision that the board will take
such action as necessary to min minimize
imize minimize the chances of any adverse
effect on the good public re relations
lations relations of the university. .**

studied the plan, said Cooper.
They finally took the action
Which they consider in the beat
interest of both the trust and the
cooperative.
Help Being Sought
Rev. Fred Martin of the First
Methodist Church said he was
working with other Christian
church ministers to find a way
to help the boys if the house is
closed.
All we want is just to live
here another year and to keep our
housemother, said Walker Lun Lundy,
dy, Lundy, member of the Georgia Sea Seagle
gle Seagle Hall governing board.
(Cooper has indicated Mrs.
Marguerite (Mom) Tye would be
replaced as housemother in the
new house by a married coUple.)
Greeks Interested
Cooper said a fraternity la In Interested
terested Interested in buying the old house
at the price set by the board.
The price was not released.
Seagle residents argued that
since money must be borrowed
to finance the new house, enough
could be borrowed to enable the
board to keep the old house
until the new one is completed.
The ball has functioned as an
economical cooperative l vinr es establishment
tablishment establishment for men studants of
limited means and hih ?
record. It presently houses 52
boys.
Each resident pays $45 a
month for room, board and social
activities. It is estimated resi residents
dents residents save from S3OO to S4OO a
year on room and board.
Established by Will
The hall was established under
the will of Mrs. Georgia Seagle
Holland, a wealthy Gainesville
resident.
The Board of Education el the
Florida Methodist Church has
both authority and responsibility
to manage the trust as tt deems
best. said Cooper.
4 i..

INTER INTERNATIONAL
NATIONAL INTERNATIONAL
GAZETTE
See Page 5-6



Page 2

Gator Coaches Sue Firm
For Redress of Injuries

Two UF football coaches burn burned
ed burned last year In an explosion dur during
ing during a fishing trip have filed suit
against the company that owned
the vessel.
The suit in excess of SI,OOO has

Band Highlights
Latin Numbers

The Gator Symphonic Band will
present a twilight concert in ho honor
nor honor of the UF International
Week Wednesday evening, April
11, at 6:46 p. m. in the Plaza of
the Americas.
Director Richard W. Bowles
has programmed several num numbers
bers numbers in Latin rhythms, in honor
of the occasion, including Ossers
Beguine for Band; the Mexi Mexican
can Mexican Hat Dance, by Partichella;
Yoders Relax, a rhumba; and
the Mexican paso doble, Gallo Galloto,
to, Galloto, by Santiago Lope. Joe John Johnson,
son, Johnson, graduate assistant with the
Gator Band, will share the con-

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been filed against the Tampa
Sand Sc Material Co., in Hills Hillsborough
borough Hillsborough County Circuit Court by
backfield coach Pepper Rodgers
and former end coach Jim Po Powell.
well. Powell. Powell is now athletic di director

ducting responsibilities with Mr.
Bowles.
A trio of trumpeters will also
be featured, including Robert San
Martin, of Tampa; Frank Young,
Miami; and Randall Dampier,
Lake Wales. They will play Ago Agostinis
stinis Agostinis The Three Trumpeters.
Other selections include the
American Overture for Band,
by Jenkins; Mannin Veen, a
Manx tone poem by Haydn Wood;
Bennets Suite of Old Ameri American
can American Dances, the popular Diz Dizzy
zy Dizzy Fingers, by Zez Confrey, fea featuring
turing featuring the entire clarinet section,
and Sousas* well known march,
The Pathfinder.

rector director and head football coach
at Hialeah High School.
Rodgers and Powell seek a jury
trial and are charging negligence
in the incident which took place
April 14, 1961.
The pair were on an UF alumni
sponsored fishing trip off Pass-a-
Grille Beach near St. Petersburg.
None of the other Gator coach coaches,
es, coaches, Jimmy Dunn, Jack Green,
John Donaldson, nor Tampa busi businessman
nessman businessman Ray Ellis, who were
injured in the blast, have said
they would fide suit.
Rodgers was severely burned
I about the shoulders, legs and
head. Powell suffered temporary
loss of vision. They claimed they
suffered mental and physical
pain and anguish and their
earning capacity has been per permanently
manently permanently impaired.
The suit charges that the ves vessel
sel vessel and its engines were fairly
new and manufactured by a com company
pany company of good reputation and such
a violent explosion would not
have occurred unless there was
negligence in the maintenance or
operation of the said engines by
the defendant.

BUT CLINICS ARE LIMITED I
1,000 UF Students Need Mental Help!

By GLORIA GALL
Gator Staff Writer
Individual psychological help at the UF is
limited.
Twelve thousand three hundred students are
granted the services of only two psychiatrists and
five psychologists by the state legislature. The
University Counseling Center and Mental Health
Clinic are the only two areas designated for
handling emotional problems.
Students with emotional difficulties that direct directly
ly directly affect their academic efficiency may see psy psychologists
chologists psychologists at the University Counseling Center in
Tigert Hall. If the problem does not affect scholas scholastic
tic scholastic work the student may visit the Mental Health
Clinic in the infirmary.
Watches Trends
The University Mental Health Clinic devotes
time to watching the trends of the student body
rather than stressing the individual help, said
Dr. Benjamin Barger, clinical psychologist at the
infirmary.
Individual counseling is the primary function
of the Counseling Center but most students are
unable to be seen because the Center is under understaffed.
staffed. understaffed. Fifteen counselors are working on doc doctorates
torates doctorates In psychology but only four full-time
clinical experts are available.
National statistics Show that five to eight per
cent of Americas student bodys have serious emo emotional
tional emotional disturbances, said Dr. Barger.
UF Students Need Help
According to these statistics 600-1,000 Florida
students need professional guidance to help un understand
derstand understand their emotional difficulties.
Last year only 300 students were counseled by
the Mental Health Clinic. The UF was unable to
counsel the lowest average of emotionally dis disturbed
turbed disturbed students listed by the national statistics.
The condition has improved in the past four

Team Develops
Artificial Heart

An engineer doctor research
team at the UF is well advanc advanced
ed advanced in the development of an ar artificial
tificial artificial heart The heart may even eventually
tually eventually replace human hearts
which have ceased to function
properly.
The two researchers, each con contributing
tributing contributing their own specialized
knowledge and training, have
completed one model which has
been successfully tested in a mock
circulatory system.
A second model is almost com completed.
pleted. completed. It will be tested on ex experimental
perimental experimental animals in the surgi surgical
cal surgical laboratory of the J. Hillis
Miller Health Center.
The project is the idea of Dr.
Kenneth Craze, fellow in thoracic
surgery, who hag been interest interested
ed interested in working on an artificial
heart since my residency, but ne never
ver never had the opportunity before
coming here.
Looking for an engineer to con-
Engineers Adjust
For Trimester
Industrial engineering courses
are being changed and evaluated
to fit the trimester system, said
Richard C. Vaughn today.
Vaughn, assistant professor at
Ihe UF, said a student might
theortically graduate in 3 to three
and a half years under the trim trimester
ester trimester system.
The amount of credits havent
been changed, he declared.
It still takes 160 credits to get
a degree in industrial engineer engineering.
ing. engineering. The hours are broken into
several categories, some of which
are industrial engineering courses,
special IG courses, basic math
and science, general and techni technical
cal technical and non technical cours courses.
es. courses.

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suit on the project, he posted no notices
tices notices in the College of Engineer Engineering
ing Engineering and landed Dr. Marvin F. Ei Eisenberg,
senberg, Eisenberg, an assistant professor of
electrical engineering, who once
considered studying medicine.
So far, the project has been
financed by the Engineering and
Industrial Experiment Station but
costs have been negligible because
the team was able to utilize read readily
ily readily available facilities on the cam campus.
pus. campus.
The heart is a cylindrical,
valveless, aluminum pump with
plastic tubing, powered by elec electricity.
tricity. electricity. The first model is about
twice the size of the final model
which Will probably be slightly
larger than a human heart.
Size wont be a big problem
though.
Theres more room than you
would think in the chest cavity
and this will be a case where you
can remove a lung without worry worrying
ing worrying about added strain on the
heart, Dr. Eisenberg explains.
The UF research team believes
artificial organs do not necessar necessarily
ily necessarily need to simulate natural or organs.
gans. organs.
Dr. Eisenberg likened the idea
to a little black box concept. We
dont care whats in the box as
long as it does the job.
Their major problem at present
is the right material. Theyre
still looking for a plastic that is
completely satisfactory for the
job over a long period of time.
The human heart beats 42 mil million
lion million times a year and the re research
search research team wants material that
will last at least five years.
But, Its only a matter of
time, says the engineer.
Both researchers are already
looking forward to new projects.
After the artificial heart project
is completed, they plan to begin
work on an artificial lung.
Theres no reason why it cant
be done, one said.

years. In 1959, Dr. Barger came to the UF as
psychologist for the Mental Health Clinic. Until
uj/
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First in a Series of Three

FSU Graduate
To Review Book
The Student Forums Committee
of the Florida Union is present presenting
ing presenting Floridian Mrs. Vinnie Willi Williams,
ams, Williams, noted author of Walk
Egypt in Room 324 of the Flor Florida
ida Florida Union, Monday, April 9 at
8:30 p. m.
Mrs. Williams will review her
book for C-32 students and the
general public.
She has received good reviews
of her book in the Saturday Re Review
view Review and the New York Herald
Tribune. Last year during Nation National
al National Library Week, Walk Egypt
was exhibited as one of thfe dish
tinguished books of the year.
Her first book, The Fruit
Tramp as well as Walk
Egypt were picked as Book-of Book-ofthe-Month
the-Month Book-ofthe-Month selections.
Mrs. Williams grew up in Flor Florida
ida Florida and graduated from St. Pet Petersbuug
ersbuug Petersbuug High School. After grad graduating
uating graduating from Florida State Col College
lege College for Women (now FSU), she
did social welfare work. She al also
so also taught journalism at FSU.

a
then Dr. Henry C. Schumacher, UF psychologist,
served 11,000 students.
Dr. Schumacher has previously worked with
the U. S. Public Health Service and with a com community
munity community mental health clinic. His field deals with
early identification and prevention rather than
remedial help.
Prevent Instead Os Cure
Early identification and prevention has be become
come become the foundation of the UFs approach to
mental health. The National Institute of Mental
Health granted the UF a two-year grant (Which
has been extended) to do research in mental
health. Dr. Barger joined the staff at this time to
do research while Dr. Schumacher handled indi individual
vidual individual cases.
The counseling center is also attempting to do
research. By studying the underachieving stu student
dent student the center hopes to help many students
before they call for help.
Aside from research the clinic and center as assist
sist assist the administration. The center previously
has been represented on the petitioning board but
this year will act only as a consultant in special
cases. Both the clinic and center assist resident
counselors as emotional and vocational problems
occur.
Confidential
Individual files are kept on all students coun counseled
seled counseled by the center and clinic. These are confi confidential
dential confidential and not available to academic counselors.
All students must come voluntarily to the cen center
ter center and olinic to be counseled.
Many students are referred to Us but he must
make the appointment voluntarily, said Dr. Ko Kol&rik.
l&rik. Kol&rik.
Students who come voluntarily may be coun counseled
seled counseled but realistically he will be placed on a
waiting list.

DG's 'Anchor'
New Pinmates

Getting pinned to a Delta Gam Gamma
ma Gamma girl is sure to mean being
tied down.
According to the Delta Gam Gammas,
mas, Gammas, the anchor along with its
pinmates get s frequent baths
this time of year which usually
result from the combination of
spring fever and traditional pinn pinning
ing pinning ceremonies.
Several fraternities have made
a practice of taking any mem member
ber member who gets pinned to a D.G.
and tying him to the big bronze
anchor in front of the Delta Gam Gamma
ma Gamma house.
Gets Watered
After the boy has been secure securely
ly securely tied to the anchor, his Delta
Gamma girlfriend is to come to
his rescue through the barrage of
water that the others stand by
and supply.
As a result the dry docked
anchor becomes drenched with
water and one more boy gets
anchored.
Mrs. Frank Maturo, Delta Gam Gamma
ma Gamma alum and wife of University

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of Florida Professor Frank Mat Maturo,
uro, Maturo, can be accredited with the
anchors appearance on the cam campus.
pus. campus.
Mrs. Maturo was the president
of the pledge class which gave
the anchor to the sorority in 1957.
The anchor represents the Delta
Gamma pin which itself is a gold golden
en golden anchor.
Expensive Anchor
It took a long time before we
found someone who had an anch anchor
or anchor to sell, but we finally got one
for $l5O from a ship in Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, said Mrs. Maturo.
She said it hadnt been there
any time at all before it was
competing with the CAE lion
as a recipient oi pranks.
Although it was immediately
set in concrete, it has been tow towed
ed towed away several times. 4
The Delta Gammas said that
last spring a few over zealous
Phi Delts uprooted it one night
and took it away in a truck, but
after a few tears from the girls
they kindly brought it back.



Interior Designer Speaks
Tonight at Health Center

Interior designer William Pahl Pahlmann
mann Pahlmann will speak at 8:15 tonight
in the J. Hillis Miller Health Cen Center
ter Center auditorium.
Creator of the interiors of the
Forum of the Twelve Caesars
restaurant
New York
Rockefeller WSs£ :
ter, the Colum-f ||Bj|
bus Hotel
Miami and sev-fl.
eral of the>
store chain s, Wfc
Pahlmanns ap-i|l||
pearance will be
the highlight of
UF's w Ji
in progress in- PAHLMANN
terior design conference.

UF, Orlando Vie
For Tech School

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Orlando group for the location 6f
the proposed Florida Institute of
Technology.
Dean Joseph Weil, College of
Engineering, said the state must
decide whether it is better to
build such a school on the foun foundations
dations foundations existing at the UF or to
establish another independent in institute.
stitute. institute.
By putting the technological
school on campus, he said, the
state could save millions of dol dollars
lars dollars by taking advantage of the
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Pahlmann is one of the two or
three top designers in the world,
said interior design chairman G.
Dale Everett.
Specializing in designing the
interiors of private clubs,
restaurants, hotels and depart department
ment department stores, Pahlmann is also
active in designing furniture,
fabrics and floor coverings, Ev Everett
erett Everett said.
A recent collaborator on the
interior of the Four Seasons res restaurant
taurant restaurant in New Yorks Seagram
Building, Pahlmann is currently
designing the ballrooms, restaur restaurants
ants restaurants and cocktail lounges of the
New York Hilton Hotel which is
scheduled for a 1963 opening in
Rockefeller Center.

other colleges and facilities the
UF offers. On the other hand,
said Weil, an independent insti institute
tute institute would be better able to se secure
cure secure financial support.
Weil said the College of Engi Engineering
neering Engineering has gained a reputation
as one of the top engineering
schools in the Southeast, and
could lend this prestige to the
technological institute. Also, Weil
said, Gainesville is in the cen central
tral central part of the state and is sur surrounded
rounded surrounded by a tremendous amount
of developing industry.
The publicity the UF is getting
from controversy over merit pay
raises could be detrimental to
Floridas chances of getting the
Institute of Technology, he be believes.
lieves. believes.
Weil said he hopes the legisla legislature
ture legislature will approve funds for the
institute at its next session. Re Regardless
gardless Regardless of where the school is
located, he said, Florida must
have a school of technology that
could compare with such excell excellent
ent excellent schools & s Maryland Institute
of Technology and California In Institute
stitute Institute of Technology.

Pahlmanns interiors always
reflect his sure sense of good
taste and the needs and point of
view of the occupants, said
Everett.
His trademark is his combina combination
tion combination of contemporary and tradi traditional
tional traditional furniture and accessories
to form a distinctive and harmon harmonious
ious harmonious whole.
A native of San Antonio, Tex-,
as, Pahlmann received his art
education in Paris and in New
York at the Parson School of
Design.
Prior to World War H he de designed
signed designed some exhibition rooms for
the Lord and Taylor department
store in New York which were
much acclaimed.
These Pahlmann rooms as
they came to be known were a
turning point in Pahlmann* car career.
eer. career. In 1946 he founded his own
firm, William Pahlmann and As Associates.
sociates. Associates.
He has since done much work
in the eastern United States, Tex Texas,
as, Texas, Florida, The Britist West
Indies and South America.
Last year he completed a
two-and-one-half year tenure
as president of the resources
council of the American Insti Institute
tute Institute of Interior Designers.
Close Scrape
Injures Child
In Flavet II
A 3 year-old Flavet girl was
bruised about the legs and hips
late Monday evening when an au automobile
tomobile automobile craped her as she was
playing in a dirt road behind her
home.
Tracy Ann Blaisdell, Apt. 360-
F Flavet n, is resting and in
good shape after the mishap. She
was rushed to the emergency
room of the J. Hillis Miller Med Medical
ical Medical Center by the driver of the
car. She was X-rayed and exami examined,
ned, examined, but doctors found no broken
bones.
Linda Steinfield, the driver of
the car, was turning into the dirt
road that leads to her apartment
when the accident occurred.
Kids were playing in the road
as usual, and as usual I stopped
to let them get out of the way,
said Linda.
I did not count the number of
children as they moved away
from the car and evidently Tracy
was still sitting in the road.
I was only doing about five
miles an hour. Then the child
cried out, I almost died!
Thank goodness she was not
seriously harmed. If that road
were paved this might not have
happened.

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This seems to be the motto of the Hon. Duncan U.
Fletcher, as he frowns down from his position on tha
north wall of the main library between tha first and
second floors.
Fletcher, who was a U.S. Senator and Southern
lawyer, stands proudly behind a heavy lectern on
which rests an almost as heavy law book; but not as
heavy as the lawyers foot.
The artist, Storre, has painted Fletcher with the
lectern resting on the toes of the Senators right foot.
Hence the reason for the frown.

High Rent Rates Said
Major Housing Battle

Housing has become a hectic
situation for the more than 6,000
off-campus UF students.
Rent payment policies cause
most of the problems, according
to Carl Opp, head of off-campus
housing.
A real difficulty arises when se several
veral several students rent a house to togehter.
gehter. togehter. If one drops out before
school ends a conflict between
landlord and occupants usually
gether. If one drops out before
Because of arguments springing
from rent difficulties, many stu students
dents students have been forced to pay
the first and last months rent
in advance.

The average landlord prefers
married couples to single people
. .in some cases they will even
charge less rent to married stu students,
dents, students, Opp said.
Makes Problems
Changing from an off-campus
apartment to on-campus married
housing, has spawned many pro problems.
blems. problems. Opp said this Is because
the students lack foresight. If the
married couple would make ar arrangements
rangements arrangements for their rent to ex expire
pire expire when their appointment to
housing on-campus came up, it
would help considerably.
Most married students dont
plan ahead, so they lose money
in off-campus rent or turn down
the appointment for married
quarters and go the bottom of
the housing list.
A change in regulations in the
near future may improve the sit situation,
uation, situation, Opp said. Under the new
plan, when a married couple reach
the top of the list they will tell
the UF, in advance, if they can
move in immediately. If not,
the couple will retain their status
on the list and when they are
able to make the switch they
will be given the next available
apartment.
Richard Pahalek, assistant
manager of the Gainesville
Chamber of Commerce, said, T
havent had any problems recent recently
ly recently concerning housing for UF stu students.
dents. students. .
Formerly the off-campus stu students
dents students wrre considered beatniks,
Opp continued, . .but no more.
He added that there are several
reasons why they want indivi individual
dual individual apartments and rooms.
Better study conditions is the
primary motivation for off-cam off-campus
pus off-campus living, according to Opp. Sev Several
eral Several students can rent an ap apartment
artment apartment and cut the cost of living

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Eyes Open at Health Center
As Corneas Offered to Blind

By PETE LISTON
Gator Staff Writer
Eyes for the blind can be
pledged at the J. Hillis Miller
Health Center.
The North Florida Eye Bank
For Restoring Sight holds the
promise of sight for an estimat estimated
ed estimated 30,000 persons blinded by cor corneal
neal corneal defects, said Mrs. Peggy

Murphree Blaze
Haults Fire Bugs

The series of major fires in
the Murphree area may account
for the decrease in deliberately deliberatelyset
set deliberatelyset Hires in that mens residence
area, according to Glenn A. Fel Felix,
ix, Felix, residence coordinator of the
Murphree Hall area.
Students have seen what fire
can do and are becoming aware
of the seriousness of the fire
hazard situation. said Felix.
A trash shute fire Monday in
Murphree A again raked over
the coals the problem of deliber deliberate
ate deliberate fire-starting by students.
Not Serious
Usually a trash shute fire
is not serious and its not always
proven if they are deliberate or
not, commented Felix, but
fires start at one time or another
in all the areas.
In the Murphree area each sec section
tion section has a trash shute which is
accessible to students on each
floor. The newer mens dorms
have a sprinkling system which
is located in each trash shute.
Firebugs Escape
So far we have been unsucess unsucessful
ful unsucessful in catching those few culpits

considerably by cooking.
Women who live off-campus
have obtained the highest grade
point average of any single group
of students, Opp stated. He point pointed
ed pointed out that very few of these wo women
men women are freshmen.
Because the UF cant provide
the necessary space that some
students need for their assign assignments
ments assignments theyve moved off-campus.
Opp said this is particularly true
of architecture and engineering
majors.
Book Explains Legal
Side of Engineering
The Legal Aspects of Engin Engineering,
eering, Engineering, a new book by Richard
C. Vaughn, will be published this
month by Prentiss-Hall Publish Publishing
ing Publishing Co.
The book offers a thorough cov coverage
erage coverage of legal topics related to
engineering and explains the em emerging
erging emerging role of the engineering
manager and the field of mau maufacturing
facturing maufacturing engineering.
Vaughn received a Master of
Industrial Engineering degree in
1965 from the University of Tole Toledo
do Toledo and joined the UF staff in 1957
as an assistant professor of In Industrial
dustrial Industrial Engineering.
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The Florida Alligator, Friday, April 6, 1961

Bowman, executive secretary of
the North Florida Eye Bank.
Lenses Transplanted
Eye s are pledged so that upon
the death of the donor the eyes
are transplanted to a person with
corneal defects.
The idea of the eye bank is
to make available to qualified sur surgeons
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who persist in setting fire to the
trash shutes to smoke out the
other students as a prank. stat stated
ed stated Felix.
We are attempting now to ac acquaint
quaint acquaint the students with the fire
hazards as they exist and most
are responding favorably. Fel Felix
ix Felix added.
The fire ins|>ection team went
through the dorms last month
found that the accumulation of
clothing in the closets and cer certain
tain certain electrical devices were a po potential
tential potential fire hazard.
We have been checking on
things that could more easily
start a fire. said Felix. Again,
it is hard to say what is a fire
hazard.
Marion County
Stops ETV
(Continued from Page 1)
We hope they con join us in the
near future.
ETV programs, piped mainly
to elementary schools and a few
high schools, with plans for recep reception
tion reception on the junior high school
level, consist of lectures and de demonstrations
monstrations demonstrations in the areas of art,
music, science, Spanish, humani humanities
ties humanities and high school chemistry.
Future plane call for programs
in other areas.
Most are Pleased
Most of the counties seem
pleased with this service, said
Mrs. Carpenter. Theyve been
able to offer material in their
schools that was unavailable be before.
fore. before. Its been especially satisfac satisfactory
tory satisfactory in those schools that lack
special teachers for these sub subjects.
jects. subjects.
In the classes, the teacher sup supplements
plements supplements the TV lectures with dis discussion,
cussion, discussion, experiments and lessons.
It makes the teachers work
harder, stated Mrs. Carpenter,
because the children are more
stimulated than under the usual
conditions.
The North Central Florida ETV
Project was started in 1959, with
those counties immediately sur surrounding
rounding surrounding Alachua County partici participating.
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that patients may see again,
said Mrs. Bowman.
The age and cause of death
have no bearing on the eyes, said
Mrs. Bowman. If the corneal tis tissue
sue tissue is healthy, it will be wel welcome,
come, welcome, she said.
There is no disfigurement after
the removal #f donated eyes. The
eyes are removed, from the de deceased,
ceased, deceased, and then material is sub substituted
stituted substituted so that there i s no appar apparent
ent apparent change, she said.
Eyes Are Anonymous
Eyes cannot be donateTTo spe specific
cific specific individuals, because the pa patient
tient patient is never to know whose eyes
he has. Relatives of the >< donor
will not be told who has the eyes
either, Mrs. Bowman explained.
Eyes must be removed from
three to four hours after death.
They can be used for corneal
transplants for approximately 48
hours, she explained.
Free passage is provided for the
eyes by all major airlines and
Trailways Bu s Lines. Eyes can
be flown to any part of the Unit United
ed United States within a few hours, pro provided
vided provided it is on the establish e d
route, she said.
Not For Sale
There Is no charge for the eyes
or for the removal of eyes. It is
impossible to buy or sell eyes,
she explained.
Money can be donated to the
Eye Bank instead of eyes. The
bank is wholly dependent upon
the support of the public, -a n d
the donations are deductible
from federal income taxes,-JMLrs.
Bowman said.
A film, Boy with a Bliriffiofai.
is available to UF service-*Uibs.
The film depicts a young bojrwho
received an eye from a donor.
For information concerning the
film, call Mrs. Bowman at the
med center, room C-509.
Card Carriers
Persons who donate their eyes
are given a card to put in their
wallet. The card authorizes any anyone
one anyone to notify the eye bank upon
the death of the donor.
Donations for eyes are .accept .accepted
ed .accepted in room C-509 in the Fv Hil Hillis
lis Hillis Miller Health Center. AJSKoint*
ments can be made by phoning
6-3211, extension 5402.
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Me nOIDA ALLIGATOR ft Ik* ffltlal italnt uti piftr of tho University of FteHie atl I* pakltshei iwry
UMIIJ M< Friday morning except Anting fcoliAays and vacation periods. The FLORIDA GATOR la entered aa aecead
olaas natter at the United States Feat Office at GainesvUl e. Florida. Offices are located la Rooms 3, 10 and 15 ta
the. Florida Union Bailding Basement. Telephone Uaiveroit y of Florida FR 6-3261. Ext. 3081. and request either editorial
ffleo or easiness office.

FINAL installment of a series on
fire safety appears on page one this
edition. We feel the series produced
spme interesting recommendations
apd also some deadly facts.
' / The most important recommen recommendation
dation recommendation gleaned from the investiga investiga;
; investiga; ttons by the Alligator staff writer
and the student government fire
safety committee is that the Mur Murphree
phree Murphree area dorms should have more
than one means of exit in case of fire.
During investigations at no time
was the need of fire escapes denied.
In fact quotes indicated otherwise.
IJere are some of the quotes:
Fire escapes would be nice too,
but you have to consider the cost in a
case like this, said University Fire
Marshall I. A. Shuler.
Shuler continued, Its easy enough
to say that one life saved is worth all
the money we can spend, but the ones
who control the money we would
have to spend aren't going to let it
go that easy.
We werent aware that state sta statutes
tutes statutes could be evaded on the grounds
17 <6 f cost.
FLORIDA Statute 235 on the mini minium
um minium urn standards for construction of
state-supported school buildings re requires
quires requires that every building over two
or more stories must be provided with
at least two completely separated
The Murphree area sections have
~one stairway only.
The statue also demands that eas eas-ily
-ily eas-ily accessible outside fire escapes
.shall be provided where adequate
£Xits do not exist.
Murphree area sections have inade inadequate
quate inadequate exit* and do not have outside
fire escapes of any kind.
We are told by Director of Housing
Harold Riker that a committee of the
fire marshall, state architect, director
of Plant and Grounds and the UF

WE WERE impressed with the ap apparent
parent apparent lack of partisan politics in the
* meeting of the Legislative Council
.-Tuesday evening. It was refreshing
not to see the wholesale swinging of
heads, looking for the party signal.'
We believe in the two party sys system,
tem, system, but we also believe that a con continuation
tinuation continuation of a minimum of partisan
politics in our legislative chamber is
in the best interests of the student
body.
.We were particularly impressed
with the apparently democractic han handling
dling handling of the election of the councils
aecretary and the non-partisan atti attitude

THC fLORIDA ALLIGATOR

Editer-in-Chicf Bill Curry
- M*itogi 9 Editor Tom Gibson
Business Mansgor Hondrilc Browne
EDITORIAL STAFF

Executive Editor David West
A*s*r* P.t Tunstoll
New* Editor Jack Horoii
editorial Assistant David Lawrence, Jr.
Cood Editor Maryonna Awtrey
BUSINESS STAFF
ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGE*: LE* KGGERT
Advertising Staff: Tom Hoff min. Davit Hamiltaa. Jared
chmr,M KH Skidowskl; David WWt WWt***
*** WWt*** Carole Powers, Trevar Hoston, Pete Desoto,
Sondy Mitchell: National Advertising, Faye CorbeiUe,
Office Managers. Cindy Morris. Valerie Crandatli
Circulation, Bill Herbert, Subscriptions, Borneo Massey,

GATOR GRIN
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pennies or lives?

virgin or virtue?

Editorials

business manager would be called by
him in the near future to study the
recommendations of the student com committee
mittee committee findings.
Riker said he was worried about
the matter and would try to work out
a practical solution as soon as pos possible.
sible. possible.
WE HOPE as soon as possible is
faster than the action we saw taken
last year in Benton Hall. The third
floor of Benton was condemned for
classroom use because it was a fire
hazard but is in use as classroom
space anyway because of crowded
conditions.
We also hope that as soon as pos possible
sible possible is faster than a disaster could
occur in one of the Murphree area
dormitories.
We are reminded of the quote by
a resident of one of the two sections
who luckily escaped death in fires last
semester: I dont know what would
have happened if Id 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.
Or the quote from a resident who
escaped by sheet from the second
floor: Im not too worried about be being
ing being burned up because I could get
out of the dorm the same way again.
Im just glad I dont live on the
fourth floor.
AS SOON as possible should be
this weekend.
Until the committee tells us with
full conscience that fire escapes are
not needed we will be waiting for an
answer to human demands.
The state Board of Control may
pinch pennies when it comes to giv giving
ing giving Floridas youth a decent educa education,
tion, education, but we find it hard to believe
they would pinch pennies knowing
that lives were at stake.

tude attitude shown in passing business.
Maybe this was the result of a
fresh council which has not yet
learned how to catch the signals. We
hope, rather, it is a sign of maturity
for our student government.
Another good sign is the invitation
by vice president Hugh McArthur for
the Alligator to attend his partys
caucus before each councils meet meetings.
ings. meetings. It is a sign that pure partisan
politics is not going to get the upper
hand this year.
Well be watching eagerly for ver verification
ification verification of these hasty, but we hope
not faulty, generalizations.

STAFF WRITERS
Carole Bardella. Pamela Bishop, Put Callan. Bill Dow Dowling.
ling. Dowling. Lea Ferris, Bob Fisher, Bill Fuller, Ben Garrett.
Rannie Sue Goad map. Jo Bat* Hart, Ken Keyes. Baba
Labna. Tava Levine, Pete Listan. Bill Price, Sandy
Re then berg. FTed Schneider, indy Shay. April Stanley.
Fete Supove. Sandy Swltaer. Sara Todd. Sandra Taylor.
Mary Lon Warren.
SFORTS STAFF
Sports Editor: Mike Goro
Assistant Sparta Editor: Robert Green
9tmlt Writer*: David Berkowtta. Phil Heavner, Gary
Rice, Graver Reblasoa, Via Schneider.

Friday, April 6,1962

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UF Stiff, But
Not for Stiffs
An article in the recent
Orange Peel issue was intended
to be humorous actually point pointed
ed pointed to one of the sorest spots in
Floridas educational system.
The state of Florida does not
have any institution with a
school of mortuary science and
funeral directing. There are
many who dont realise that
presently an apprentice embal embalmer
mer embalmer must go o tain obtain the education necessary to
the requirement of his license.
This is not only putting a
hardship on the student by sub subjecting
jecting subjecting him to out-of-state tui tuitions
tions tuitions and housing problems, but
it retards Floridas funeral
homes from acquiring such im improvements
provements improvements that mortuary sci science
ence science facilities would afford.
The nations thousands of fun funeral
eral funeral homes could very easily
keep a steady supply of students
and doubtlessly the State Board
of Funeral Directors and Em Embalmere
balmere Embalmere would readily accredit
a high caliber mortuary science
college in this state.
JOHN WIDEMAN

THE FLAIL

New Spring Seems Bleak
For Academic Quartets

By JOHN MILLER
Spring hsus sprung and in its
midst are the weighty problems
of PDA, professors salaries
and work loads, campus* liter literary
ary literary censorship and banishment,
rules governing the wearing of
clothes, et al.
In fact, its a darker spring
titan those in recent years and
all cry, Foul, Unfair. Nau Naughty,
ghty, Naughty, in greater volume than
our tender ears are wont to
hear. To which a toll off a ser series
ies series of Trash and Rubbish
aimed at what seems a cave cavelish
lish cavelish blight.
I. E.:
TRASH to clothing rules. It
may shock some of our august
educators and guanders-of-our guanders-of-ourmorals
morals guanders-of-ourmorals to find out that the boys
are well aware of what a girls

figure (e.g.:
body) looks
like! We are
not at all shak shaken
en shaken by the sight
of legs peeking
from beneath
shorts or
skirts. Under Underneath
neath Underneath these
childish ideas
of decency
and proprie-

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fOHHH %
MILLER

ty there remains only infan infantilism
tilism infantilism being loudly proclaimed
by the rule-makers. Fashions
are an established fact. They
retail in respectable stores and
are purchased by respectable
parents and offspring. Not a
one of them axe out of place on
the current social scene. So
whats the fuss?
RUBBISH! To the PDA fur-

letters fg Me Editor^

Students Decide Future

EDITOR:
Can there be any serious
doubt about Florida being in
the heart of a great econo economic,
mic, economic, industrial, and population
boom? And with the advent of
the space age, the states pre present
sent present growth will look like a
mild gust compared to the hur hurricane
ricane hurricane which is to follow.
Florida i on the thresh'hold
of greatness, soon to take
her place in the inner circle of
the other financial and political
giants in other section* of
America.
Yet as glorious as the future
appears for our state, we can cannot
not cannot sit idly feasting in the pre present,
sent, present, and expect the future to
take care of itself, We must
build an educational base on
which Florida growth can be

or. Men and women, boys and
girls, will forever be aware of
a sex difference and the de delight
light delight of its investigation. My
mind may be warped but far
better it be a healthy and un unashamed
ashamed unashamed adventure than one
driven under cover to dark
cars.
PREPOSTEROUS! to the
banning of PEEL, the censor censorship
ship censorship of magazines. PEEL at attained
tained attained -regard and stature
among other institutions com comparable
parable comparable to ours, (and in some
cases, better). Is Zuber, then,
the cultural level to which we
are training ourselves by our
efforts and education here?
* 0
UNBELIEVABLE! th e deal
being handed oitr faculty. And
this is the real, the only real,
problem we face. And all this
junk Ive written today (and it
is junk) is only to work up to
this.
It is past time, long past time,
the state officers and person personnel
nel personnel placed in their positions by
the parents of our students re release
lease release that it is to them that
they have an obligation. No one
with an ounce of the sense God
gave a stone goose on a rainy
day can avoid the inescapable
fact that only ill earn come from
the stand taken in detriment to
At this time, it is the duty of
every student to inform his or
her parents FULLY on the is issues,
sues, issues, to prepare them on the
matter from the schools side,
as well as the state administra administration.
tion. administration. The faculty, the University
administrations, can only pro protest
test protest . and then quit when the
situation become* intolerable. If
they do. it is we who suffer.
But the weapon Is in our
hands. It was the votes of our
parents, in part, and their
friends to complete, that placed
the current administration in
office. In future elections, their
votes will maintain or unseat.
This is our weapon for now; our
own votes are our weapon for
later.
We owe a lot to our faculty.
Our parents and families owe
as much. The VOTE is the
voice that will be listened to.
Make certain that those who
weild It make their voices heard
in upholding the kind of a school
we must, with the kind erf edu educators
cators educators necessary for its survival
and growth as Floridas proud proudest
est proudest institution*.

stablized and from which future
development can go forward.
The greatness of Florida must
be built on the rock of higher
education if it is to long sur survive.
vive. survive.
Because of the importance of
this state* future to both the
Floridians and the Americans of
tomorrow, it is essential that we
as students of the University
of Florida and citizens of Flor Florida
ida Florida enlist our aid to those who
are battling for Higher Educa Education.
tion. Education.
We can be a great help in
obtaining for the state univer universities
sities universities in Florida, the money
that is so desperately needed.
Lets talk to the people at
home, make them aware of our
educational needs, get them to
band together and urge the
Governor to release the already
appropriated funds for Higher
Education.
Let* work with student gov government,
ernment, government, Florida Blue Key,
and other campus leadership
to illustrate to Tallahassee how
Important we believe higher
education, is to our future, and
that money must be made avail available
able available this year if our universi universities
ties universities are to survive.
Lets work as individuals in
any capacity we are needed.
This is not a battle for higher
education as an entity in itself.
Rather this is a battle for the
future of Florida, for our fu future.
ture. future. If the battle is to be won,
it is the youth of this state
who will have to win it.
Lets go to work!
CHARLEY WELLS

MANAGINC EDITOR'S NOTE

It Takes So Little Effort
Yet It Might Mean Much

By TOM GIBSON
Theres a well defined seg segment
ment segment of the UF that to date
has been very loosely absorbed
into campus life.
Im referring to the everyday
affairs of the foreign students
on campus. By "very loosely
absorbed, I dont mean they
dont fit in. I mean they have
been pretty much left to their
own devices to being & part of
the UF.
They have done a good job
of groping their way through
language barriers, red tape,
traditions, and social life, all
of which comprise a dimly lit
path. But Why should such a
path be dimly lit when theres
a light switch wonting to be
used.

THE LIGHT SWITCH
comes in the form of some 12,-
000 American UF students. Put
an American in a foreign coun country
try country and he cant tell enough
about what its like home. Put
a foreigner in America and its
like pulling hens teeth to get
the American to say a word.
Florida Blue. Key and Mortar
Board have joined together to
institute the Buddy Program.
Very simply, this is a program
in which you take a few min minutes
utes minutes of your time, meet a for foreign
eign foreign student, and turn on the
light for him during the semes semester.
ter. semester.
Chances are we spend more
time telling our friends back
home about the UP than wi
do our foreign students. This is
wrong! Its as wrong as two
left shoes.
* *
THE DRIVE to sign students
up as sponsors has been pub publicized
licized publicized for a few weeks now.
Os less than 60 applicants, 64

YOU WERE THERE

Looking for o Crip School?
Don't Flirt at Journalism

By PAT CALLAN
The Journalism School offer*
the easiest courses on the cam campus,
pus, campus, a pre-oned student told
me.
Im in the school, so I natural naturally
ly naturally disagreed with him.
He said that engineering and
medicine are the harde s t
schools on campus because he
and his roommate, are engin engineering
eering engineering students, study eight
hours a day, seven days a
week.
31Y ROOMMATE, a former
Journalism graduate, and pres presently
ently presently a law student, agreed
with them.

I HAVE heard argument*
like this ever since I first
came to this university.
It used to be my opinion, that
the College of Education offer offered
ed offered the easiest courses on cam campus.
pus. campus.
*
But now, its hard to *ay
which is the
"iTip" school,
an d which
isnt.
When the
nightly bull
sessions begin,
and some en engineer
gineer engineer in g or n
pro M
m
that his course m fIH
of study is the CALLAN
hardest, hand him the typewrit typewriter,
er, typewriter, or Russian language book
and ask him to trade with you.
I would like to carry a slide
ruler around with me during
the day, but instead I carry
a copy pencil. Both make deci decisions.
sions. decisions.
The former makes a decision
that is by formula s
and equations. The latter
makes a new decision each
time it adds or deletes a word.
Os course, there are th o se
students who are outstanding in
any subject they take, but thess
are not the students I am talk talking
ing talking about.
*
WU HAVE probably aeen
students come to this university
determined to enter engineer engineering,
ing, engineering, but after failing in chem chemistry
istry chemistry and math, decide to en enter
ter enter a different college.
Today, doctors, lawyers, and
UNDERCURRENT

Splits Education Plans
Schizophrenic Leader

By JOHN GRANT
The faculty pay issue has sub subsided,
sided, subsided, despite the hopeful ob obfuscation*
fuscation* obfuscation* of some of the hang hangers
ers hangers on among the faculty. The
fact i 3 that the Governor, per
usual, provided too much not
in ability, nor integrity, but in
his obstinate determination and
the political power to see his
stand followed to its illogical
conclusion.

THE PR*CE of professional
dignity Is high. One wonders if
it is worth it since a constant
barrage of humiliations have
been visited upon this cam campus
pus campus over the years despite the
austerity of the faculty and
the profession.
Horatio Alger tells u th*
story will come out marvelous marvelously
ly marvelously in the end. Dare we hope that
the Governor will suddenly see
the light and realize that there
is a direct correlation between
wages and quality, between pay

of them have come from Uni University
versity University College. Bravo for you,
UC. It seems, the people in up upper
per upper division that know mora
about the UF just dont havs
the time. That argument doesnt
hold water when people like
Bill Trick*] and Jackson
Brownlee find the time.
Representing 2,500 to 2.700
students, the Greeks have pro produced
duced produced a grand total of 23 appli applicants
cants applicants for foreign student spon sponsors.
sors. sponsors. The sororities have out
done the fraternities 13 to 10.
Wow!
And what differencs should
all of this make to you? Why
take the time to sponsor a
foreign student? Well for one
thing its probably one of the
kindest things you can do while
youre here. Also you might
learn something about some
other corner of the world while
youre at it.
*
ANOTHER LITTLE insignifi insignificant
cant insignificant reason is the impression
foreign students get when they
first arrive. Believe it or not,
the United States Is serving
propaganda au gratin by the
boat load to foreign countries
around the world Tins country
is asking our world neighbors
to believe many good things
about us.
By participating in the Buddy
Program, you have a chance
to send a piece of Word-of Word-ofmouth
mouth Word-ofmouth U. S. advertisement back
to some country. And you can
bet your bottom dollar a spon sponsored
sored sponsored foreign student will talk
about it when he goes home.
A phone call to room 814,
Florida Union (Blue Key office)
will get you an appointment to
sign up as a sponsor. Fifteen
minutes of your time is enough
to fill out the application and
be interviewed. Why put It off?

engineer* ar* the idol* of the
American public. Its a natural
for a freshman to want to en enter
ter enter one of these career fields.
To be a newspaper man. a
physical education instructor,
or a county farm agent eems
like Mickey Mouse profess professions
ions professions to these idol aeekers. But
is* it?
When I first came to this uni university,
versity, university, I wanted to be a for forest
est forest ranger. The next semester,
I decided to enter business ad administration.
ministration. administration. After failing in
both those areas, I went into
Journalism.

SURE, the work is less diffi difficult
cult difficult to do. A lot of the time
is spent talking with people.
People is what Journali s m
thrives on, not theories, for formulas,
mulas, formulas, and equations.
Look at education. That col college
lege college probably ha* more stu students
dents students in its school than any
other on campus. Does this
mean it Is the crip college?
Students in education will
someday have to teach the
same grade year after year,
and still try to make it in interesting.
teresting. interesting. Sounds difficult to
me.
Look at our college profes professors.
sors. professors. Many of their students
know more now than the pro professor
fessor professor did when he wa* In col college.
lege. college. And yet, he has to teach
them.

I GUESS the journalism pro professors
fessors professors oould load their stu students
dents students down with a dozen writ writing
ing writing assignments* nightly, but
will that make the college hard harder,
er, harder, not hardly.
To the engineering students,
hours of work art given to him
because he must have the for former
mer former to build on to the future
assignments.
With journalism, each assign assignment
ment assignment is new. Sure, the same
sports stories occur annual 1 y,
hut not always a Babe Ruth or
Roger Marls.
I think what a person wants
to do in life would determine
this answer. Certainly, one of
the most pathetic sights to see
is an engineering atudent tak taking
ing taking an English writing course
or a physical education subject.
Which is th hardest college
In thds university? I think it's
journalism.

and production, and between
cash and dedication, (Hmmm)
and he will recant in a burst of
passion and overpay every everyone
one everyone and be happy to do it.
e e
PERHA*B as a victory cele celebration,
bration, celebration, the peoples choice
has fled to Japan (not Vene Venezuela
zuela Venezuela as erroneously reported
in the infamous red Gator
last monday).
Despite the great distance
put between the Governor and
his home state, he has not left
the problem behind. The issue
will flare up again next year,
as it did last year, because the
problems are still going to be
here. In the meantime there

GRANT

lead even the casual observer
to expect little in the line of
direct action. If action should
come, it will apparently have
to be silent and travelling a cir circuitoui
cuitoui circuitoui political route. It is be below
low below the dignity of the profession
to engage in open jousts with
the etate leaders (with anyone
in fact) hence, a certain
measure of effectiveness is im immediately
mediately immediately lost PERHAPS to be
regained in the long run.

BUT HORATIO Alger is dead,
and apparently so is the charit charitable
able charitable fate Os the happy ending.
It it equally strange that he
should announce the great need
for expanded junior colleges
throughout the state to fit the
increasing educational needs
while at the same time failing
to acknowledge that the gradu graduates
ates graduates of these colleges must by
default end up in our state Uni University
versity University in large number thus
increasing the work load and
decreasing the teaching quality
at this bottleneck.'
Os course this was the pur purpose
pose purpose of the trimester master masterplan
plan masterplan to relieve the ever in increasing
creasing increasing load, but the faculty
has spent the better part of a
month telling us it wont. This
brings up a third paradox.
How Se It that the Govmior
professes Mch tremendous re respect
spect respect for the professors but Is
disinclined to heed their con considered
sidered considered opinions on matters in
which they more than anyone
should know the More. THU
ANSWER is simple our lead leader
er leader is a schisophrenic wanting
oil ths finest ideals to fulfill
themselves, but wanting evsn
more to jump directly in ths
way of their progress.
Well, interesting n not helo heloful!
ful! heloful!

is some hope
that the facul faculty
ty faculty might pull
together and
offer an active
solid front
next year- but
dont hold your
breath, the
statistics and
the hist or i e
nature of fac faculty
ulty faculty personnel



Can American Students Face The Challenge?

By REUBEN N. NAVARRO
I have been asked questions about my experiences
in this country, particularly in this university by my
counterparts in Europe, Asia and Africa and each
time I was forced to relate why the Florida student
has not yet come to full stature, why he is out of touch
with the world, why he does not feel any sense of
communion with his fellow-students from other parts
of the world, why he cannot come to grips with the
crucial issues of his milieu, and why he seems to fail
to live in the spirit of his age. .
* *
IN SPITE of the teniptation to compare the Ameri American
can American student in general with his counterparts around
the world, I have always tried to be charitable and
specific in describing him before European, Asian
and African audiences keeping always in mind that
there is the West Coas; UCLA variety, the Ivy League
intellectual-utopians, he Mid-Western firendliness
and the Southern university lethargic atmosphere.
Still there is that temptation to describe the regional

U.S. Set Ideal
For Goan Action

By SiBODH K. GARG
When a little moje than three months ago the
armies of the Republic of India marched into the
tiny Portuguese endive of Goa thus putting an end to
five centuries of enAavement, the action was greeted
with enthusiasm the world over with the exception of
some former colonal nations of Western Europe and
the United States.

The redemption of which!
lead to so much
against India involves pie follow following
ing following legal and moral] considera-

tions/ (1) is
|qo| different
Ifroni India; (2)
| are/the people
of poa Portu-
Igule citizens;
dis India ex-
IhJst all peace peace|f#
|f# peace|f# means before
IdHering armed
Mtion in Goa?
ft) does this ac acpon
pon acpon of India

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constitute a viw-tion of Interna International
tional International Law ans set a dangerous
precedent in jk use of force?
In the fotlowiw, we shall exam examine
ine examine these poi one by one and
try to react an understanding
based upon
Differ#* From India?
In order / hoodwink the world
Into believi that Goa is a part
of Portuga/Portugial started call calling
ing calling Gao Jie Indian province of
late as 1949. The
chdldishnf* of this attempt was
clearly fposed when the United
Nations general Assembly in
their Solution number 1514
(XV) yearly stated that Portu Portuguese
guese Portuguese possessions were colonies
and though their resolution num number
ber number f*2 (XV) called upon the
colonll powert to transfer all the
powJ to the natives without any
reservations.
Itns significtnt that the claim
Ci (ndia to Gba has not been
chjpenged by any nation except
So>th Africa d Portugal.
Are Goa£ Portuguese?
*The people of Goa are ethni ethnically,
cally, ethnically, cultural/ and linguistically
and indeed fr any other stand standard
ard standard the sam#as the people of the
rest of Ind£ Their language is
Konaki t dialect of Marathi
Exposing die myth of two na nations,
tions, nations, Dr. Corner Jack, Amer American
ican American joumMst who was present
in Goa di/ing the peaceful Bat Batyagraha
yagraha Batyagraha e1955 writes **. . and
so this arth that Goa is vastly
different ulturally does not hold
Granted, there are
some dtural differences as
there as among the various sec sections
tions sections ofthe Indian Union As Assam
sam Assam ai Punjab to name only
two I recently visited. Surely
Assam* no less different from
Indi&fuw Goa.
t .ify in Goa was a nightmare
for | of its patriotic citizens.
Arrets without trial, expulsion to
Afrif, are only a few of the
of the treatment met
by drtugal to people it claims
as -s citizens. This is however
nofrery surprising, for Portugal
Dr. Salazer is itself a fas fascii
cii fascii regime and the concept of
iifrty has not reached even the
Finland so far.
the fact that people of Goa
per submitted to the torturous
jgime of Portugal is demonstrat demonstrati
i demonstrati by more than thirty uprisings
nee 1664 when Rev. Manol Cas Casro,
ro, Casro, the vicar of Bieholim, Goa,
vrote to Sivaji (a southern Hin Hinju
ju Hinju King) for help against the
Portuguese ruler.
The claim of Dr. Salazar re regarding
garding regarding Portugals civilizing mis mission
sion mission in Goa, and Goa being an
indispensable base for the spread
of Christianity, are more than
ludicrous.
Goa does not have a single
University. Goans, for all practi practical
cal practical purposes, depends upon Uni University
versity University of Bombay for higher
education. As for Christianity, In-1
dia not only has the second larg- j
e.4t Christian population in Asia, j
but has more Christians than the
whole population of Portugal.
Christianity came to India more
than 1700 years ago when it was
unknown to fascist Portugal. St.
Thomas, one of the twelve apos apostles
tles apostles of Christianity, has remained
lor centuries a cherished name in
India.
For those interested in statis statistics,
tics, statistics, one may state that the popu population
lation population of Goa is not prominently
Christian but Hindu. (Hindu 61
per cent, Christian 37 per cent,
others 28 per cent)
Finally the Goans were treated j
during the" British rule in India j
just like the inhabitants of any
4Cootimied On Page SIX)

U.S. Leadership Lures
Student To Schools
By Dr. Ivan Putman
Guest Columnist

According to the annual census conducted by the
Institute of International Education, there were nearly
70,000 people from more than 140 countries and
. political entities in the United States for educational
purposes in the fall of 1960. More than 33 per cent
came from the Far East, 18 per cent from Latin Amer America,
ica, America, 16 per cent from Europe and 14 per cent from
the Near and Middle Bast.

In this census the UF ranked
thirty-third among U.S. colleges
and universities in the number
of foreign students enrolled.
They Come To UF
Most people ask Why do
foreign students come to the
United States and to the Uni University
versity University of Florida? They come
to this country for many rea reasons.
sons. reasons. Moot important is the
tremendous need for education
in most of the developing areas
of the world. In a few countries
no facilities for higher educa education
tion education are available, and in most
countries of Asia, Africa and
Latin America the institutions
that do exist cannot begin to
meet demand.
Therefore a great many of tile
students must go abroad if
they want to study. Thousands
of them go to Europe because
education is less ex pensive
there, because of the close
ties that have existed between
their countries and European
nations, and because many of
them know European languages
better than they know English.
However, in spite of the ad advantages
vantages advantages of European study,
thousands of foreign students
do come to the United States.
Major reasons are: (1) the
reputation of the United States
for world leadership in science,
technology and social science
(2) the availability of scholar scholarships
ships scholarships to help solve the finan financial
cial financial problems (3) curiosity
about this young nation which
has risen to world leadership
so quickly.
Increasing Reputation
We presently have 460 foreign
students from nearly 70 coun countries
tries countries at the UF, more than
twice the number we had ten
years ago. This increase has
been due to many factors., in including
cluding including (l) the fact that the
Florida climate is similar to
that of many countries from
which our students come (2) the
good report that former stu students

From Arrows to Atoms: Peace in the 'Age of Overkill

By CHARLES J. EICHMAN
Wars can be prevented just
as surely as they are provoked,
and we who fail to prevent them
must share in the guilt for the
dead. Those words of warning
were spoken not be a profession professional
al professional humanitarian or radical, but
by General Omar N. Bradley.

It is surpris surprising
ing surprising and disap disappointing
pointing disappointing that
movements aim aimed
ed aimed at prevention
of nuclear war
are widely re regarded
garded regarded with sus suspicion
picion suspicion in the
U. S. Rather, it
should be obvi obvious
ous obvious that the
threat of nuclear

EICHMAN

war crosses all ideological lines.
We face a danger unlike any anything
thing anything in the past.
The world expects of Ameri America
ca America not just bigger and better
ICBMs. It looks to her for
leadership or at least part partnership
nership partnership in bringing an end to
the arms race. We can no long longer
er longer look on bemused at the in inhumanity
humanity inhumanity of man, although at
times the irony cannot be
avoided.
There is a new game on the
market, a competitive game for

(The writer, chairman of the editorial board of
the International Gazette, was formerly editor-in editor-inchief
chief editor-inchief of the tri-lingual college paper of the Univer University
sity University of the Philippines. He has studied or travelled
to universities in Africa, Asia, and Europe. Mr.
Novorro holds o Master of Science degree from ftftp
Florida and is currently working for his Ph.D.)
NAVARRO BPPL
phenomena which overlook those universities that are
exceptions to the situation. 4
In fairness to those who do not belong to the gen general
eral general category of students in Florida, I will say that
1 am fully aware that there have been recently heroic
attempts to awaken this university from its century of
lethargic existence; that in the last decade there
have been in this country signs of dynamic affirma affirmation
tion affirmation of their calling as students in the midst of a
changing world.

Intentional
AR'TTTTF
vrAXiJBi X X JEf

dents students have given of the Uni University
versity University abroad; and (3) the
Universitys reputation with
the U.S. and foreign govern governments
ments governments and other agencies that
sponsor foreign students in this
country.
A measure of the increasing
international reputation of the
UF is the fact that in 1961-62
the Foreign Student Office will
have processed more than 10,-
000 inquiries and applications
from foreign students compared
with 4,000 three years ago.
Proud of Growth
We are of course proud of our
growing stature, and happy to
receive students from all over
the world. For many hundred
of years the presence of a cos cosmopolitan
mopolitan cosmopolitan student body has
been an important criterion of a
mature University, and we are
happy that our University at attracts
tracts attracts students from the far cor corners
ners corners of the earth.
But perhaps, our most im important
portant important reason for welcoming
students from abroad is that
their presence emphasizes the
international dimension of edu education
cation education which we believe should
be an important part of the
educational experience of every
student of this world of ours.
The presence of students from
many nations on a campus pro provides
vides provides a kind of laboratory of
international under t a n d i n g,
practical experience in interna international
tional international human relations, to our
total student body.
Mutual Concerns
International Week is a time
when attention of the entire
campus is focused on our mu mutual
tual mutual international concerns. Stu Students
dents Students from many countries
work together on the various
events, contributing knowledge
and understanding of their own
cultures, and gaining knowledge
and understanding of others.
This kind of educational exper experience
ience experience could well prove to be the
most important of our time.

two or more teams. The set costs
a minimum of 10 percent of
your gross national product per
year. .The name of the game
is Thermonuclear War, justs R.
P. Wolff (New Republic, 1961).
Why must America have a
large role in the peace race? One
reason is that she is a great
power. What she does or does not
do affects the whole world. This
is the reason for some of the ap apprehension
prehension apprehension abroad, reflected by
J. F. Kennedy (Sept. 7, 1960):
The people of the world 'sincere 'sincerely
ly 'sincerely wonder how strongly America
desires peace. They are afraid
of diplomatic policies that teeter
on the brink of war. They are
[dismayed that our negotiators
I have no solid plans for disarma disarmament.
ment. disarmament. .
Millions for Defense. .
The cost of defense and war
is a considerable waste. America
spends about 10 percent of its
gross national product on defense.
About 80 percent of the nation national
al national budget goes for hot and cold
wars. In contrast all the legisla legislative
tive legislative and judicial functions of gov government
ernment government and the expenses of the
executive branch hardly amount
to 2 percent. t This gives some
idea of the vast sums involved in
defense and war.
Again, if it could be reallocat reallocated

Vol. 11, No. 4 Friday, April 6,1962
Tho Florida Alligator in connection with International
Week activities ho* shored pages five and six of this edition
with the stoff of International Gazette, monthly foreign
student newspaper of the University of Florida. The Alliga Alligator
tor Alligator assumes no responsibility for material appearing in this
issue of the Gazette.
EDITORIAL STAFF
ED,TOR Sobodh K. Garg
ASSISTANT EDITORS Miguel A. Megiat
Reuben N. Novorro
Business Manager ..~ John E. Young
Circulation Manager Harpol S. Mour
The International Gazette Editorial Staff gratefully
acknowledges the assistance as Mrs. Nancy Mykel in pre preparing
paring preparing this issue.

emphasize Future

Earn Education, Plus Degree

By ALVARO AGUIRRE D.
There is no question that
the demand for leadership is
on the increase throughout the
world. As our civilization pro progresses
gresses progresses to more and more com complex
plex complex forms, with fast develop developments
ments developments in the technological
fields, it is evident that the
leaders of tomorrow will have
to be better prepared than
those of yesterday.
* *
It is logical to suppose that

persons who
have had the
advantage of
a univers it y
education will
be called upon
for leadership
within their
com munities.
This fact car carries
ries carries with it
not only a
privileged po-

; ImML wm
AGUIRRE

sition but also a tremendous
responsibility that should not
be overlooked.
*
IN THOSE years when a
student has an enquiring mind,
he should make an effort to
come in contact with different

ed reallocated to the lowest economic fifth
of our people, they would sudden suddenly
ly suddenly be on a par economically with
the uppermost fifth, the elite. As
another example, the amount go going
ing going for defense could provide free
housing for all Americans. Thus,
the fact cannot be escaped
that peace would allow these
huge amounts to go for more
constructive purposes. We would
at the same time free our econo economy
my economy from what Prof. Lawrence
Abbott calls "a serious problem
. .a highly unstable form of
demand.
The noted sociologist, C.
Wright Mills (deceased last
month) used the military me metaphysic
taphysic metaphysic to explain the na nation's
tion's nation's blunders of the fifties
and our present reluctance to
take the lead in the peace
race. Mills may be outspoken
on this Issue but he is hardly
alone.
On March 23, 1960, the follow following
ing following editorial appeared in the
News and Observer (N. C.): All
this talk about more atomic wea weapons
pons weapons being of great importance
to national security is dangerous
nonsense. The same people do doing
ing doing that talking also tell us. cor correctly,
rectly, correctly, the U. S. has more than
enough such weapons to destroy
the worldand so does Russia.

Although what 1 will describe is my general im impression
pression impression of students in Florida, it may well be the
case with students in the South and perhaps, of stu students
dents students in this country.
* *
THIS IS NOT a diatribe against any ultra-right ultra-rightist
ist ultra-rightist or neo-fascist movement in this country. I have no
quarrel against them. I am less annoyed by them
than by students who are dormant and apathetic
vegetables. While some liberal students here find
the former rather entertaining and pathetically hum humorous,
orous, humorous, I find the latter alarming.
I expect very little promise out of a state citizenry
that is more concerned with its state universitys
athletic crisis rather than its educational (and par particularly
ticularly particularly today, low professors pay) crisis.
And I expect the death of the essence of a uni university
versity university where students refuse to dialogue with the
world, who ask such questions which reflect his
every day problems as: "Where can I park my car?
I am getting fat, how can I reduce ? How did you

ideas, different ways of think thinking,
ing, thinking, so that he can gain a
broader outlook and a wider
range of perspective.
This situation will help him
to determine and make firmer
his own opinions and will give
him a chance to understand
better the point of view of
those who think differently than
he does.
Here at the UF we have un unlimited
limited unlimited possibilities for the
free exchange of ideas. We
have a number of faculty mem members
bers members who have traveled abroad
and can give their impressions
of problems and solutions which
they have found elsewhere.
We also have a large enroll enrollment

INTERNATIONAL WEEK DEDICATED TO
DR. AND MRS. IVAN J. PUTMAN
Following is the full text of the officiol stotement issued
by Board of International Activities President Alvarro Aguirre
dedicating the 1962 International Week to Dr. and Mrs.
Ivan J. Putman:
"Recognizing that Dr. and Mrs. Ivan J. Putman have
contributed more than anyone elese to
the welfare of the foreign student community on this
campus
the promotion of better relations between various na national
tional national groups and creation of on International atmosphere
the Board of International Activities herewith dedicates
1962 International Week to them."

A-

Progress Said Not
Domestic I n Scope
By HANS LANKUTIS
The greatness of a university depends on the ideas
that circulate through it. This is all that a university
has to sell and is intended to sell. Academic studies
present ideas in a formal format to be ingested (and
digested), but they really have no life until they are
tested and tried by students.

In the past, this University
has been lacking in the dy dynamic
namic dynamic testing of ideas. It has
made great advances in tech technological
nological technological fields, but has never
become Intellectually curious.
This intellectual curiosity should
emanate from the student bo body.
dy. body.
Symbolic Significance
The past eleotion shows that

ment enrollment of students from other
regions of the United States as
well as an increasing number
of students from countries all
over the world.
*
LET US make sure that we
take full advantage of the fav favorable
orable favorable conditions in this uni university.
versity. university. Through our interest in
the international prog ram,
which strives to promote under understanding
standing understanding among students from
different parts of the world, we
will be enriching our experience
and preparing ourselves* to
serve better on any position of
responsibility which may be giv given
en given to us later on in life. Lets
prepare for the future.

It must be recognised that
there are powerful forces in the
U. 6. so intent upon perfecting
more deadly weapons that they
do not want any kind of agree agreement
ment agreement with Russia, on the subject,
no matter how well safeguarded
it might be. Those forces can be
defeated. So wrote the editor of
one of the Souths largest news newspapers.
papers. newspapers.
Can Science Save Us?
It is now the vogue to say
that social scientists should have
a detachment bordering on emo emotional
tional emotional anaesthesia and dehuman dehumanized
ized dehumanized perception, no matter what
depths of inhumanity are reach reached.
ed. reached.
To a humanized sociologist, it
is difficult to distinguish
peaceful acts such as the bomb bombing
ing bombing of the civilian population of
Hiroshima and Nagasaki from
abominations such as the exter extermination
mination extermination of all the males in Lid Lidice,
ice, Lidice, Germany, in reprisal for the
slaying of Heydrtch. Both are
examples of social disorganization
in their most disruptive form. It
seems obvious that the antithesis
of civilization and human life is
involved in both instances.
In December, i 960, the munici municipal
pal municipal government of Hiroshima an announced
nounced announced that more than 25 per percent
cent percent of the citys population were

Tla Florid# AlKfotor, Friday, April 6,1962

make out last night? No wonder the students hers
do not feel any sense of communion with fellow :
students around the world even if they practically
study the same courses, use almost the same text
books and play the same pranks.
NO SENSE OF COMMUNION
What is this "sense of communion that I speak
of? Let me describe it to you rather than define it,
for it can only be measured by the quality of ones
experience rather than ones articulateness. When
Hungary was in agony, there were "silent marches
in almost every German university town in behalf of
their comrades. Students in Asia volunteered to fight
for Hungary under any government or world gov government
ernment government that would listen to the appeal for help
from Budapest. Students demonstrated when the UN
and the U.S. merely "condemned the aggressors.
We love our country, but we cannot be parochial
in this world. Our patriotism is merely a tiny truth
compared to the gigantic threat of communism and
the overwhelming confrontation of our ruthless and
hostile world. The West is so far away from us (and
just how far away was revealed fully in the plight of
the student-led Hungarian revolution).
CAMPUS ISSUES
Yet, are real issues absent from our campus? Nay. we
merely insist that they are not present here. In my two and
one-half years of stay here, the Berlin crisis pushed us at the
brink of nuclear war, the Hardeman case came up, freedom riders
and sit-in demonstrations challenged the South, the quality of
Higher Education Was threatened by Tallahassee, crisis after
crisis came, yet our campus politicos worried more about the
number and appropriate names of alligators in the pen. fraterni fraternities
ties fraternities and sororities haggled their votes for a more favored foot football
ball football seating bloc, coeds and deans debated about the legal
measurements for Bermudas, PDA, etc. .
where do you stand?
In a luncheon-forum at the University of Dakar in Republique
du Senegal, I was asked by a Marxist student during the height
of the Bizerte, Angela and Algerian crises these questions: What
is the stand of the American student in the Angola question?
What is his position as a citizen of a NATO-member countw

the mental climate is now con conducive
ducive conducive to a greater dissemina dissemination
tion dissemination of new ideas. The past
election was a sign that some something
thing something new is wanted in the uni university
versity university atmosphere. This sup support
port support wag not so much for a
platform or ideas (which are
not revolutionary) as for the
symbolic significance they had
for the campus.
Through the foreign students
this University has the poten potential
tial potential to initiate the spread of
international ideas. Domest i c
ideas and events are often
more fully understood when
examined in an international
light. View 9 that shape them themselves
selves themselves opinion will be bet better
ter better for having been tested
through a world view.
The International Gazette
can and will become a campus campuswide
wide campuswide circulating paper through
which these international views
can be aired and compared
with domestic views, to further
initiate this Internationa] spirit
foreign lands should not merely
sell their customs, history
and culture,, but should pres present
ent present and defend their views on
contemporary world situations
from the context of their cul cultures.
tures. cultures.
This is probably the most
important function that the for foreign
eign foreign students could perform
for the University. Further in interest
terest interest will arise once the for foreign
eign foreign students extend the chal challenge
lenge challenge of ideas to American stu students
dents students and vice versa.
Laboratory In Ideas
It is my f&m belief that a
University should provide more
than an academic and social
education. It should also be the
laboratory in which ideas about
international politics, ideology,
and culture can be tested and
disseminated.

still affected by radiation sick sickness.
ness. sickness. The Reuters dispatch add added:
ed: added: In recent years, the num number
ber number of deaths attributed to radio radioactivity
activity radioactivity has increased. Fear and
shame of radioactivity sickness
has driven many Japanese to sui suicide.
cide. suicide.
To make matters worse, Gener General
al General Mac Arthur has stated: We
did* not need the atom bomb. .
in the war against Japan. (N.
Y. Times, Dec. 28, 1960).
The Age of Overkill
The horror of the larger ther thermonuclear
monuclear thermonuclear bombs fascinates pa pathological
thological pathological personalities. They
read with glee that a 20 mega megaton
ton megaton warhead would set fire to a
500 to 1000 square mile area.
There is thi s cheerful line in a
report to Gov Rockefeller: The
initial heat effect. .is so intense
that it can ignite combustible ma materials
terials materials and inflict second degree
burns more than 25 miles away.
In Community of Fear, Har Harrison
rison Harrison Brown and James Real es estimate
timate estimate that the U. S. and the
U.S.S.R. together possess explo explosive
sive explosive material corresponding to
about 60 billion tons of TNT, or
about 20 tons of TNT for every
inhabitant of the world. The le lethal
thal lethal capacity of these bombs is
so tremendous that some have

the Bizerte crisis? I hesitated
for a moment, not knowing
really what to say because deep
down in my mind I realize that
there is no collective opinion or
even interest among American
students in these questions. In
effect, my reply was something
in the order of. It is not that
he (the American student) is
apathetic, he just doesnt give
a damn. .
THE NEED FDR
A REAL DIALOGUE
What separates the Florida
student from his counterpart
around the world is neither his
mastery of the how courses
nor his scientific and technolog technological
ical technological proficiency, for he ranks
superior than mast of them. It
is that he does not address the
world nor confront the injus injustices
tices injustices in a defiant and loud voice
such that his condemnation or
protest, without the slightest
doubt, could be understood in
the heart of the simplest man
and in the process, find his kin kinship
ship kinship with the students of the
world. His situation reminds me
of one described by Dr. Samuel
H. Miller two years ago at a
Convocation Address at the Har Harvard
vard Harvard Divinity School:
When the climate of a cul culture
ture culture changes, people are so pre preoccupied
occupied preoccupied with their traditional
habits and ways of looking at
things that they do not see what
is happening before their eyes.
Revolutions come and go, states
and empires fall, miracles rise
from the ruins, yet they read
their daily papers, eat and
drink and sleep, suffer their
sorrows, as if everything re remained
mained remained the same.
BIA Slates
Travel Tallcs
m
International week will include
an International Speakers Bureau
which on request will provide
speakers for local groups and or organizations.
ganizations. organizations. Foreign students and
U.S. students who have travelled
abroad will serve on it. These
speakers will select their own
themes unless specific requests
are made.
Dieter Plasse, co ordinator of
the Bureau said, At this time,
despite the warm response from
fraternities and sororities, the
number of available speakers
seems larger than the number re required.
quired. required. *..
He added, If the program Is
successful, the BIA will establish
a pool of speakers who will be
available to talk on specific. .Is*
pice of International Interest.

termed this the Age of Over Overkill.
kill. Overkill.
Tile Absolute Terror
Another horrible possibility' is
that someone will panic dt&jag a
false alert and trigger World
War 111 accidentally. In pec.,
i 960, The Boston Traveler con contained
tained contained thi 8 vivid acoount: For
three American businessmen, 20
minutes produced the absolute
terror of a Russian missile* at attack.
tack. attack. .As I recall, Peterson
said, we were told if Nq. l
flashed, it meant only routine ob objects
jects objects in the air. If iio. 2
few more unidentified objects, but
nothing suspicious. If five Bash Bashed,
ed, Bashed, Peterson continued, .an
attack was likely.
The three executives watch watched
ed watched the screen, and as they did,
the numbers changed from 1
to 2. After a pause, it advanc advanced
ed advanced to No. S. The number* con continued
tinued continued to move, advancing to
4, triggering the giant defease
command Into action.
When the numbers rose to
four, Peterson said, *'k e y
NORAD generals came running
from their offices. They converg converged
ed converged on the room it seenfed to
take only seconds.
(Continued on Page SIX)
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-Positive Action Needed
For 'Good 7 University

-By MIGUEL A. MEGIAS
Columnist John Grant, has pro proposed
posed proposed a student rally to protest
Governor Bryants alleged inter interference
ference interference with the raises of the
salaries of UF professors.
*
Mr. Grants proposal seems to
have come at a very appropriate

time. Only two
weeks ago the (
candidates for]
offices of Student
Government de declared
clared declared ad nau nausea
sea nausea that they
alone would pro provide
vide provide UF with
dynamic leader leadership,
ship, leadership, the bast
Student Govern Government,
ment, Government, an effec-

MEGIAS

tive voice throughout the state
and some other campaign-con campaign-concocted
cocted campaign-concocted promises.
Now, gentlemen, here is an ex excellent
cellent excellent opportunity to demonstrate
to the students who elected you,
- the sincerity and honesty of your
promises. I believe, and many
share my opinion, that Mr.
Grants proposal is worthy of at attention.
tention. attention. Intelligent students who
are now dormant because of the
triviality of the issues undertak undertaken
en undertaken by Student Government would
very much like to see some action
on issues of importance. Certain Certainly
ly Certainly the question of professors sal salaries
aries salaries is of great importance.

Does Subterranean Existence
Face Americans in Cold War?

(Continued from Page FIVE)
Then, the number rose to five.
Peterson and friends were hustl hustled
ed hustled into another office. Almost
stunned, they waited through 20
minutes of absolute terror. A
few days later, the explanation
for the false alarm was a
radar echo from the moon.
Another possibility i s that a
mentally disturbed person could
trigger a war. As to the chances
of that occurring, consider this
little gem: One of every 4 disa disability
bility disability retirements in the Ai r
Force during 1959 was granted
for psychotic or psychiatric rea reasons,
sons, reasons, according t Army, Navy
and Air Force Journal, May 14,
1960.
And in the next four years, a
dozen or more nation s will be
equipped with fission and fusion
bombs.
Peace Mongering
A few positive movements have
ajfJJbared on the horizon. One is
the appearance of a number of
excellent books alerting the pub publijOo
lijOo publijOo the unparalleled dangers of
the Age of Overkill. Perhaps the
best of these are Bertrand Rus-
BeUe Common Sense and Nu Nuclear
clear Nuclear Warfare, Seymour Mel Melman's
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THIS UNIVERSITY, if it is
ever going to be a good one,
needs more positive action. The
crowded condition of the class classrooms,
rooms, classrooms, the dilapidated and dan dangerous
gerous dangerous state of some of the UF
buildings, the lack of freedom of
expression in student publications,
the sub standard living condi conditions
tions conditions for off campus housing,
the inadequacy of the few shops
located in Gainesville, etc., are
only a few of the things that
could possibly interest a dynamic
and progressive Student Govern Government.
ment. Government. How about taking action
on some of these issues?
It might be worthy to note that
in other countries, even in other
states of the union, student gov governments
ernments governments are noted for their
strength and dynamism.
In Venezuela, for instance, a
sit-in demonstration is going on
right now. Three hundred Vene Venezuelan
zuelan Venezuelan students have chosen a
hunger strike as their only means
of protest against arbitrary mea measures
sures measures taken by the Venezuelan
government.
In my own country, Spain, a
student led demonstration against
Francos hated fascinst regime
(in 1955) ended in death and im imprisonment
prisonment imprisonment of most of the lead leaders.
ers. leaders. Similar actions appear daily
in the universities of many coun countries,
tries, countries, Guatemala being the most
recent one.
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Philip Noel-Bakers The Arms
Race.
A heartening sign was the
formation of SANE (Commit (Committee
tee (Committee for a Sane Nuclear Pol Policy).
icy). Policy). Among Its membership
are such luminaries as Prof.
Allport, James Baldwin, Harry
Belafonte, Jerome Frank, Er Erich
ich Erich Fromm, Brig. Gen. Hester,
Walt Kelly, Lewis Mums o r d,-
Walter Reuther, David Reis Reisman,
man, Reisman, Louis Untermeyer, Bru Bruno
no Bruno Walter, Pablo Casals, Steve
Allen, Sorokin, Chisholm, Maur Mauriac.
iac. Mauriac. Myrdal, Schweitzer, and
many others.
These men, through SANE, hope
to educate the public to the possi possibilities

WHELE W'E do not advocate
such extreme measures as sit-ins
and hunger strikes, we feel never nevertheless
theless nevertheless that the weight of stu student
dent student opinion should be made clear
to the men in power, be it in
tlje capital of the state or even
in the capital of the nation. This
is the only way in which abuses
can be corrected, or as in the
present case, better conditions for
universities can be obtained.
When a matter that is about to
impair the functioning of the Un University
iversity University to impair it beyond
any subsequent remedial mea measures
sures measures is about to happen, stu students
dents students should be concerned; they
should talk with their leaders,
and some positive action should
result.
A well organized rally, con conducted
ducted conducted in an orderly manner so
as it reflect the seriousness of the
situation, would very effectively
provide such action. Petitions,
circulation of literature and
other matter are alternate means
of implementing the same basic
idea of protest.
* *
AS A FOREIGN student in this
country I couldnt have the moral
strength to initiate such protests.
It is up to the American students
to preserve their own democratic
principles. but deep in my
heart, if such protest Were made,
I would sincerely support your
views, Mr. Grant.

bilities possibilities for peace, disarmament,
and cessation of testing.
Another positive movement for
world peace is being carried on
by certain church groups and in
particular by an international
movement known as humanism.
With headquarters in Utrecht,
Holland, the International Hum Humanist
anist Humanist and Ethical Union has
member groups in most of the
nations of the world, in this coun country,
try, country, its the American Human Humanist
ist Humanist Association.
Do-It-Yourself Civilization
Dr. Seymour Melman, author of
The Peace Race, has written
efforts now being made to condi condition
tion condition us all to accepting the inevi inevitability
tability inevitability of thermonuclear war.
Along with thi s devaluation of
human life, there have appeared
tailor-made fallout shelters and
a plgthora of books and kits for
a do-it-yourself civilization.
New Jerseys Gov. Mey Meyner
ner Meyner spoke plainly at a Democra Democratic
tic Democratic party luncheon on ,Mar. 19,
1960: If a city like San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco or Newark or Los Angel Angeles
es Angeles or Trenton were to be hit by
a few megaton nuclear bombs,
everything in the Civilian Defense
handbook would go out the win window.
dow. window.
The Gentle Patter of Fallout. .
We have spoken already of the
incubus of a shelter program.
What a distortion of facts has
been resorted to in an effort to
promote shelters.
James Newman, editor of Sci Scientific
entific Scientific American, has satirized
the false security afforded by shel shelters:
ters: shelters: There is the gentle patter
of fallout on the roof; one is
shielded from the blast; the light
of a million suns does not pene penetrate.
trate. penetrate.
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U.S. Sympathzies Late' For Goa

(Continued from Page FIVE)
other province of India. Nothing
else can account for the large
number of Goans in Indian pub public
lic public life. To quote only a few
names that may be familiar to
you Frank Moraes, the veter veteran
an veteran journalist, ad Archbishop
Cardinal Gracias are both
Goans.
Peaceful Means exhausted?
The charge that India did not
exhaust all peaceful means be before
fore before ordering her armed forces
to Goa is not only a misleading
statement but a willful distortion
of the facts.
Two years after her independ independence
ence independence in 1949, India opened a Le Legation
gation Legation in Lisbon with the speci speci
speci e of, negotiating the fu future
ture future of Goa. When met by blunt
refusal India withdrew its lega legation
tion legation in 1953. Thereafter, negotia negotiations
tions negotiations were tried through friend friendly
ly friendly powers.
In 1954, a peaceful disobedi disobedience
ence disobedience was launched from inside
and outside Goa. Unarmed volun volunteers
teers volunteers went into Goa. They were

Mother is preparing a casser casserole.
ole. casserole. The radio is on. Splendid.
But when does one come up. .?
Even more troublesome is the
the effect of fire and heat, a
subject which none. .hag seen
fit t discuss. I lay this omis omission,
sion, omission, of course, to delicate feel feelings.
ings. feelings. The subject of being
cremated alive Is understanda understandably
bly understandably discomforting.
The statement by LIFE maga magazine
zine magazine that 97 percent could survive
an attack has been challanged by
Linu.s Pauling. I said that a
statement closer to the truth
would be that 96 percent of the
American people would be killed
in a nuclear war. . Pauling
cites half a dozen governmental
studies to support hi R view. He
then shows that LIFE used figur figures
es figures from the Holifield hearings of
1961 which pertained to casual casualties
ties casualties if American military bases
alone were bombed, not cities.
Without doubt, the cumulative
effect of irrational anti-Commun anti-Communism
ism anti-Communism on the one hand and anxious
shelter buying on the other may
lead American s to assume an en entirely
tirely entirely subterraneau existence. Ev Even
en Even then, one might ponder whe whether
ther whether Khrushchevs threat to bury
us has not come true after all.
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fired upon by Portuguese au authorities.
thorities. authorities. Twenty -two were kill killed
ed killed and 225 were wounded. Unde Undeterred
terred Undeterred by international opinion,
the fascist regime of Dr. Sala Salazar,
zar, Salazar, let loose a reign of terror,
arson and violence.
To quote Dr. Homer Jack, who
as already mentioned was a wit witness
ness witness to these ignoble murders, of
August 14-15, 1955, An American
cannot comment on Goa without
feeling very uncomfortable about
American policy towards the
whole question of Goa. I must ad admit
mit admit that Ido not know what this
policy is, but the very fact that
Ido not know means that we
Portugalthat we dare not cri criticize
ticize criticize what she is doing, colonial colonialwise,
wise, colonialwise, in Africa or Asia.
I know the revolting events of
August 15, are bound to make
the American people more sym sympathetic
pathetic sympathetic to the Indian claim of
Goa. I think in time and I hope
in short time this sympathy will
change the American foreign pol policy.
icy. policy.
But alas! the realization came
too latejust six hours before ac action
tion action wa s started in Goa by Ind Indian
ian Indian armies, and even then, no
Americans have no policy, or
worse yet it is one of being so
tied to our sister NATO nation
specific proposals were made. By
1961 the patriotic sentiment in
India had built to a feverish
pitch and an unarmed batch of
Satyagrahis was ready to march
into Goa.
Two alternatives were open be before
fore before Government of India, either
to let these people be shot down
by Portuguese authorities as in
1955 or alternatively to end this
ludicrous state of affairs by
marching her armies into Goa.
In the present instance the
second alternative as the com- j
ing events would prove it short shortly,
ly, shortly, wasf thought to be better. In
the whole action, only 22 lives
were lostan almost bloodless
victory.
International Law
The present International Law,
is a product of the Colonial Per Period,
iod, Period, made for the benefit of colo-i

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nial nations and as such it does
not cover any way to achieve the
freedom of the slave nations from
their colonial masters.
We will perhaps do well to re remember
member remember that the last two world
wars were fought for colonies
and that democracy versus dic dictatorship
tatorship dictatorship is a misleading label to
describe these.
The charter of United Nations,
it is true, limits the use of
force: but the Charter is not an
exhaustive document and what
is not covered by the Charter is
not necessarily illegal. The very
fact that the Charter contains no
provisions under which a peace peaceful
ful peaceful change in Goa could have
been brought about shows that
these limitations on the use of
force have not been necessarily
breached in the present case.
Violent change is necessary
when peaceful change is not pos possible.
sible. possible. Indias liberation of Goa is
then certainly no greater breach
of law than the American Re Revolution.
volution. Revolution. It is perhaps most apro apropos
pos apropos to end with these remarks of
ambassador B. K. Nehru The In Indian
dian Indian action does not open the way
for aggression on other peoples
property; it serve as a precedent
for an exceedingly limited pur purpose,
pose, purpose, namely the right of the peo people
ple people to use force in throwing off
the yoke of a foreign government.
And in this it does not create a
precedent, but merely follows the
precedent set by the American
Revolution itself.
Ghetto Minds
Sloping down
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Patient white fire
The moon arches over
Ghetto minds
Peering through uncer-
tain cracks
That divide continuum
Into single slits
By PAT BUTLER

Week for Everyone
The idea of a world society is neither new nor the
product of a particular age. From Platos Republic to
Wilson's League of Nations the idea has lived in dif different
ferent different forms.
Never before today when the world is threatened
by nuclear destruction has there been a greater need
for realization of such a world society.
The increasing number of people travelling from
one part of the world to another, the economic help
for underdeveloped countries and the student-ex student-exchange
change student-exchange programs are pointer in the direction of a
greater international understanding.
While you may not be able to travel to Paris or
Caracas here is an opportunity for you. The Univer University
sity University of Florida celebrates from April 8-16, an In International
ternational International Week, opening an opportunity to learn
about other cultures. We certainly hope that you may
find the week full of ideas.
The International Week is for you. It is the result
of the joint efforts of foreign and American students.
It is the product of all those who have in previous
years helped build an international community on
this camnus.
We wish you happy entertainment.
The Gazette Editors
Compare With Foreign?
(Continued from Five)
ruins, yet they read their daily papei* eat and drink an suffer their sorrows, as if everything! remained the same. Thov
are supported by the structures of th{ past, to which they have
been accustomed, and the new age cjcming into being rises un unseen
seen unseen ah about them. They are anachronisms, belonging to an another
other another age yet living in this one.
In the words of Albert Camus, the arogram for the future is
either permanent dialogue or the solenn and significant putting
to DEATH of any who have experience! dialogue.
THE CHALLENGE W{ FACE
We in Asia, and those students I m do not ask you students to join us in :rmed resistance against
communism and the diabolic forces of o r times. We are also a
brave people, yet we are not probably weth a Third World War.
What deepens our despair is that the tate of affairs and pro protests
tests protests in our countries are unknown here ir simply fall on deaf
ears. And this makes the sufferings of tho* who fight even more
terrible and agonizing.
This is why, together, we need the mor.t support of every in intellectual
tellectual intellectual who lives in freedom, who can ore to look at reality
in the face and criticize falsehood with impulty, who can dare to
be who he is in the midst of the 20th centun
Paradoxically, it was the Communists, grants, dictators. Im Imperialists
perialists Imperialists and colonialists who forced us to teek the essence of
our being in our times when they tried to asapiiate us into their
political and economic systems, for these thing merely deepened
our despair and intensified our search for mining.
The diabolical forces in history exist everywhere flagrantly
in a totalitarian regime and surreptitiously ii an affluent so society.
ciety. society. I do not hurl my challenge to my Amecan friends with
contempt, but I make my final plea with Camus. . W e are still
waiting, and I am Waiting, for a grouping of all lose who refuse
to be dogs and are resolved to pay the price that iust be paid so
that man can be something more than a dog. .
I have spoken only of what I know and of whatt have experi experienced
enced experienced and the anguish and deep longing which t*y awaken in
me. I dare you to live today and to leave the and tradi tradition
tion tradition opium that has made you lethargic for almost* century
to intercede and speak in behalf of men, women andihtldren who
suffer and are stripped of their humanity. .

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'Mono' Cases Increase
While Spring Advances

4 *lt*s a kissing disease,* said
Dr, Samuel S. Wright, specialist
In internal medicine at the Uni University
versity University Infirmary.
Whether the cause is affection

Campus Religious Association
Aids Chilean Dormitories

Children in a little schoolhouse
on the countryside of Greece are
learning the three Rs through
Religious Association.
The URA ig a member of the
World University Service Pro Program,
gram, Program, said SheU Clyatt, URA
president. In connection with
the WUS, we helped purchase a
mimeograph machine which the
Bus Ad Bureau
Researches
Economic Life
From shrimp boats to trailer
parks.
This is the wide area studied
by the College of Business Admin Administrations
istrations Administrations Bureau of Economic
and Business Research.
Recent studies by the bureau
are ascertaining the efficiency
and possible capabilities of the
shrimp industry in the Gulf of
Mexico.
We are also studying the ef effects
fects effects of mobile home s on Flor Florida's
ida's Florida's economy, said Dr. C. C.
Osterbind, bureau director.
Since its beginning in 1948,
the bureau has focused increas increased
ed increased attention on economic re research
search research in Florida, Dr. Osterbind
added.
Mainly concerned with Floridas
economy, the bureau also has a
program of applied and basic re research
search research for governmental, civic,
and private organizations.
The bureau has a five-member
professional staff in addition to
correllating faculty and graduate
student research.
In recent years a significant
part of the bureau's work has
dealt with personal income and
population in Floridas counties,
tha states building permit activi activity,
ty, activity, and county retail sales, Dr.
Osterbind said.
We are also making a study
for a United States congressional
committee to assist states, coun counties,
ties, counties, and cities in determining a
sound policy for borrowing mo money,
ney, money, he added.
Various studies of the bureau
have been financed by federal
and state agencies and the Ford
Foundation.
Bureau findings are published
In monthly reports, the Florida
Construction Review, and econo economic
mic economic leaflets.

UF To Provide
Study Facilities

Assistant Director of Housing
T. G. Carpenter said the UF
hopes to provide study-room lib libraries
raries libraries similar to the one in the
Graham area in all new dorms.
Carpenter said one of the chief
complaints of dorm residents and
counselors is that the dorms do
rot have adequate study facili facilities.
ties. facilities. The Graham library pro provides
vides provides a quiet, comfortable, air aircopditioned
copditioned aircopditioned place for students to
study. It also contains refer reference
ence reference books and materials relat related
ed related to the C-coures.
The Graham area also has
study lounges on each floor, as
do most other dorms. Jennings
also has a library. Carpenter
said, but it is not as large as the
Grahams.
Pat Jones, co-ordinator for the
Graham area, said most of the
students who use the library are
not residents of the dorm. Many
fraternity men and residents from

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or not, mononucleosis is taking
its toll of the student body. In Infirmary
firmary Infirmary beds have been called
into extensive use for mono pa patients.
tients. patients.

Greek people used to make cop copies
ies copies of a textbook for the chil children.
dren. children.
The WUS is a student sponsor sponsored
ed sponsored organization which has mem members
bers members -in universities all over the
world. It contributes funds for
backward countries along with
church organizations, though the
work it performs is purely edu educational.
cational. educational.
Funds from the WUS helped
rebuild the dormitories that were
destroyed in the Chile earthquake
a few years ago, said Clyatt.
Dormitories in their sense were
much like the army barracks we
have in this country.
The URA plans a fund rais raising
ing raising drive for the end of this se semester
mester semester after a campaign to edu educate
cate educate UF students on the merits
of WUS.
A faculty student committee
headed by former student body
president Bob Park has revised
next years Religion-in-Life Week.
The new plan, according to Clyatt,
Is to spread the URA-sponsored
week out over the whole year.
Instead of having it condens condensed
ed condensed into a short time as we us used
ed used to, we plan t have speakers
at regular intervals througho u t
the year, said Clyatt.
The URA is also sponsoring an
infirmary visitation committ e e
this semester, though not in a re religious
ligious religious context. This committee
will visit students at off hours
during the day and attempt to
fill any of the bed-ridden itu itudents
dents itudents needs.
Only Alternative
Is To Write Book
About the only alternative to
a Ph. D. is to write a text book
for a course, declared Richard
C. Vaughn, assistant professor of
industrial engineering.
Vaughn said his book Legal
Aspects of Engineering will be
in the bookstores Friday, April
6.
He said the book was written
for any engineering atudent, whe whether
ther whether he be a civil, aeronautical,
industrial, mechanical or chemi chemical
cal chemical engineer.
Most books on legal engineer engineering
ing engineering are lousy, he declared, and
Ive already started on another
one.
He said the first book took
about three and a half years to
write and expects to finish an another
other another book, An Introduction to
Industrial Engineering in about
three to four years. He has al already
ready already finished the first chapter of
the second book.

other arena use the library, while
most Graham residents use the
study lounges.
The library is an extension of
the main library and is staffed
by a student librarian from 7-9
p. m. on Sunday through Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. Jones said the library is.
kept open until early morning
hours during examination periods,
when it is most used.
Jones said during finals the lib library
rary library is usually filled. The rest of
the time, he said, it is less than
half full.
Gazette Welcomes
International Mail
The Editor of the INTERNA INTERNATIONAL
TIONAL INTERNATIONAL GAZETTE welcomes any
suggestion, letters and articles.
Address all mail to: Sabodh K.
Garg, P.O. Box 2157, University
Station. The deadline for the next
issue of the Gazette is April 25,
1962.

The most obvious symptoms
are a feeling of fatigue, head headaches
aches headaches and swollen glands. Accord According
ing According to Margie Hillis, head nurse
at the infirmary, it lasts from
three to six weeks and the only
real cure is lots of rest.
The fact that its springtime
may have some bearing on the
increase oi cases, said Dr.
Wright.
Mrs. Hillis said the causes of
mononucleosis are considered un unknown
known unknown by some authorities.
I dont know how I caught
it, said Gilbert Backenstoss, one
of the suffering students.
Administrative Assistant of the
Infirmary, Margery Thomstroff,
said, So far, no one has com complained
plained complained about the spread of the
mononucleosis infection.
ISO To Elect
New Officers
The International Student Or Organization
ganization Organization will hold elections of
officers April 27.
ISO president Miguel A. Megias
aaad, Only paid members shall
be eligible to run for any offic offices-.
es-. offices-.
Membership fee is one dollar
per semester. He added, Any
person with a semesters mem membership
bership membership in the organization is eli eligible
gible eligible to run for any office with
the exception of the president, for
which the requirements are one
year membership on the execu executive
tive executive council.
Those interested in running for
any office fftvould contact Mr.
Herman Franco. Chairman of the
nominating committee. A copy of
the ISO constitution may be ob obtained
tained obtained from Kathy Umsted, secre secretary
tary secretary of the organization.

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an examination of the family doctors role in a new
television series, You and Your Doctor. The first
of the two part-series will be broadcast on Channel
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Student Speech
Helped by Clinic

Students with speech problems
can be helped.
The Speech and Hearing Clin Clinic.
ic. Clinic. housed in Tigert Hall, i s avai available
lable available to students with speech and
hearing disorders.
Students who still use baby
talk, such as lisping or pronounc pronouncing
ing pronouncing rs like ws are one of
our major problems, said Dr.
McKenzie Buck, director of the
Speech and Hearing Clinic.
Students, who are recommend recommended
ed recommended by their professors, or who
seek advice on their own, receive
treatment in one of eight spec special
ial special rooms maintained in Tigert

Hall for therapy.
We are here to help students
who want to be helped, said
Buck. We give the student the
prescription for his defect, but
it is up to him to cure himself.
Usually a couple of half-hour
sessions each week are enough
to help a student. If more time
is needed he may seek therapy
anytime between 8:30 a. m and
5 p. m. at the Clinic.
Other types of disorders treat treated
ed treated at the Clinic include stutter stuttering.
ing. stuttering. cleft palate, hearing defects
and brain damages that affect
speech or hearing.
Clinic services have also been
made available to children living
in the area.
Student services of the Clinic
are paid for in part out of stu student
dent student fees, and the student seek seeking
ing seeking treatment is not charged any
additional fees.

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Kappa Alpha's Secession
Kicks Off Big Weekend

By SUE ROSE
The Kappa Alphas secession j
from the Union is the biggest
event on fraternity row this week weekend.
end. weekend. The other Greeks are having
various costume and theme par parties.
ties. parties.
The asassi nation of General
Sherman at the Florida Theater
Thursday night during intermis intermission
sion intermission before the last feature will
start off the Kappa Alphas an annual
nual annual Plantation Ball weekend.
The fine southern gentlemen
will parade down University Ave Avenue
nue Avenue Friday afternoon at 8 p.m.
This will be followed by their
traditional Secession Ceremonies.
Friday night the KAs and their
Gator Sailing
Club Launched,
Meets Monday
The Gator Sailing Club is going
to sea. .on an area lake.
The Intramural Department
has agreed to purchase three fi fiber-glass
ber-glass fiber-glass Penguins. Purchase or orders
ders orders have been sent out and de delivery
livery delivery is expected in a few
weeks.
The boats will be for the use
of members who have passed the
required swimming test and boat
handling examinations which will
be set up.
Plans are being made for a
team to participate in the South Southeastern
eastern Southeastern Intercollegiate Sailing As Association
sociation Association (SEISA) Regatta at Rol Rollins
lins Rollins College on April 14 and 15.
Anyone who Ls interested in
sailing that weekend or in sup supplying
plying supplying transportation should call
Roger Straub at FR 2-9405.
Competition should be good
and the weekend will be well
spent, according to a club mem member.
ber. member.
The club will have a meeting
at 7:30 p. m. in room 220, Fla.
Gym. on April 9.

The Florida Alligator, Friday, April 6, T 962

dates will take part in a Share Sharecroppers
croppers Sharecroppers Stomp at the house. The
Plantation Ball at the University
Inn Saturday night will climax
the traditional weekend.
The boys will wear the uni uniforms
forms uniforms of Confederate officers and
privates. A beard shaving brunch
win be held on Sunday morning.
The DUs are planning a Peo Peoples
ples Peoples Party at the lakeside home
of a DU alumnus. The festivi festivities
ties festivities will include; swimming, ski skiing,
ing, skiing, football, and a Bar-B-Q. A
square dance will be lead by
Brother Bill Waeld in the evening.
The Fiji* are dressing as re revolutionary
volutionary revolutionary characters Saturday
night. They wall party to the
rocking sounds of J. B. Davis

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and the Counts.
Phi Taus will treat their dates
to a date night dinner at the
house Friday evening. A party
will follow with The Icemen
providing the entertainment.
Saturday morning the Taus and
their dates will leave for Cres Crescent
cent Crescent Beach. A cook out on the
beach will be the main activity
of the day.
The D Phi Es are holding their
once a year weekend
and Saturday nights. A formal
banquet at the Gainesville. Coun Country
try Country Club Friday night wiir start
and the Crescents will provide
off the big weekend. Mr: Lee
and the Crescents will provide
the music.

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IN THE DARK

Wig h Qua I ity Ma rks
Adult Movie at State

By FRED SCHNEIDER
Alligator Amusements Editor
Plunged! Into the abyssmal
depths of mental disorder. Per Perversion!
version! Perversion!
This is the delicate subject that
The Mark deals with. This is
the theme of a most intimate
movie.
2 Stuart Whitman received an
academy award nomination for
his performance in The Mark.

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Only seeing this
motion picture
can give you the
feeling that this
nomination will
not be the end
of the laurels.
So adult a mo motion
tion motion picture
could not go un unnoticed.
noticed. unnoticed. It
seems amazing
that the two

main stars are American cinema cinemagogues.
gogues. cinemagogues.
Maria Schell, in perhaps her
finest performance, will sweep
you into the reality and rawness
of two people, in love, in agony.
Respect
Suddenly youre viewing a man
who is undergoing arjti has under undergone
gone undergone deep psychological delvings.
A man who has almost committ committed
ed committed himself to perversion.
This encompassing tale of the
battle to win back respect and a
place in society through psychia psychiatry
try psychiatry and self help will astound
the viewer.
A magnificent voyage into the
reality of psycho analysis is the
offering at the STATE THEATER
through Saturday.
High Quality
On Sunday the STATE THEA THEATER
TER THEATER offers a different type of
high quality entertainment.
Madame Butterfly, Puccinis
most popular opera, will head
the bill.
Kaoru Yachigusa and Micheka
Tonaka star in this most en enchanting
chanting enchanting tale of a Japanese-
American romance that must
stand the test of societal bans
and general disapproval.
The music will lift the listener
to the level of this most beauti beautifully
fully beautifully performed Opera.
There is American Narration
to fill the viewer in on the story,
as it progresses.
Shakespeare
At the Florida Union Movie we
fond a C-5 special.
But this special is not just the
run of the mill type. It isnt Alice
in Wonderland, nor is it Oedipus
Wrecked.
Sir Laurence Olivier stars in
Hamlet Shakespeares greatest
drama.
It seem s hard to believe that
anyone before Olivier would at attempt
tempt attempt to do something that only
Sir Laurence could do. It is hard
to believe that anyone in the
near future wall try to do a re remake
make remake without Olivier.
Loser
Many women feel that Paul
Newman (of motion pict ur e j
fame) is the essence of the Ris Rising
ing Rising and Setting Sun.
If this is so, then Sweet Bird
of Youth is obviously the sett setting
ing setting sequence.
One cannot say that Youth
i s entirely bad. However, realis realising
ing realising that the Florida Theater is
known to let you stand in line
for two hours just to let you
walk in, in the middle of a movie
that turns out to be a loser, can
sometimes cause dismay.
IS you are looking for sex
be ready for settle for closing
curtains. If you are looking for
action expect movie theater
saddle sores.

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other engineers like him in Bell Telephone Companies
throughout the country, help bring the finest communica communications
tions communications service in the world to the homes and businesses of
a growing America.

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Interior Designers D isplay at UF

By APRIL STANLEY
Gator Staff Writer
A costume ball highlights club
activities this weekend.
LATIN AMERICAN CLUB:
Meeting Friday in Florida Union
114 at 7 p.m.
STAMP CLUB: Meeting at 7:30
p.m. on Friday in Florida Union
208.
STUDENT INTERIOR DE DESIGNERS
SIGNERS DESIGNERS : Meeting in Florida

CENTER NEWS

Houses Host, Internationals

By RONNIE SUE GOODMAN
Gator Staff Writer
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE: There
will be a meeting Sunday even evening
ing evening at 6:45 in room 218 of the
Florida Union.
HILLEL FOUNDATION: Friday
night services begin at 8. There
will be a guest speaker from the
department of philosophy to speak
on The Philosophy of Religion.
WESLEY FOUNDATION: Fri Friday
day Friday at 6:30 p.m. there will be a
.dime dessert. Forum hour begins
at 7. An International Student
Supper will be held on Saturday
at 6:30, tickets are on sale at the
Foundation. There is a sandwich
seminar ever Tuesday afternoon
at 12:45.
BAPTIST STUDENT UNION:

Union rooms 116, 208, 218, and
212 from l to 5 p.m. on Friday.
FILMS COMMITTEE: Meet Meeting
ing Meeting Saturday at 1 p.m. in Flor Florida
ida Florida Union 114.
GARGOYLE: Annual Beaux
Art s Ball, Gargoyle will be
Saturday at 9 p.m. Location will
be disclosed upon payment of
$2.50 per couple to members and
pledges or Robert Woodward
Building E room 179.

There will be a pancake supper
tonight at 5:30. All the pancakes
you can eat for 25 cents. On Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, April 8, international stu students
dents students from Europe and Asia will
be guests at breakfast from 8:30
to 9:30.
EPISCOPAL UNIVE RS IT Y
CENTER: The last session of the
Lenten Study Program, The
Church in the World, will be
held this Sunday.

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HONOR COURT: Meeting Sun Sunday
day Sunday in Florida Union 324 at 4
p.m.
PI SIGMA EPSILON: Meeting
in Florida Union 116 on Sunday
at 4 p.m.
FILMS COMMITTEE: Meeting
Monday at 10 p.m. in Florida
Union 220.
FOREIGN STUDENTS SPON SPONSOR:
SOR: SPONSOR: Meeting at 3 p.m. in Flor Florida
ida Florida Union 200 on Monday.
FORUMS COMMITTEE: Meet Meeting
ing Meeting in Florida Union 324 on Mon Monday
day Monday at 7:30 p.m.
1.F.C.: Meeting Monday at 7 p.
m. in Florida Union 212.
Kappa Psi Meeting in Flor Florida
ida Florida Union 218 on Monday at 7
p.m.
SPECIAL PROJECTS C QM QMMETTEE:
METTEE: QMMETTEE: Meeting at 7 p.m. in
Florida -Union 114 on Monday.
UNION BOARD STAFF: Meet Meeting
ing Meeting Monday at 3:30 p.m. in Flor Florida
ida Florida Union 215.
GATOR SAILING CLUB: Meet Meeting
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members bring one dollar dues.

G argoyle Promises
Bone-Chillng Dance

The Theme is Macabre!
The place is far, far away.
The directionsyoull have to
pass Rubys.
All this adds up to the Beaux
Arts Ball, an annual event for
the students of Architecture and
Fine Arts, that is presented by
Gargoyle Honorary Fraternity.
This year all UFers are invit invited
ed invited to attend this costume affair
which is designed to chill the
bones of the non-believers in the
super-natural.
Appearance of Count and Lady
Dracula is as good as assured.
The Ball is going to be held in
a dark, dreary building that
smacks of a post-Civil War sa safront
front safront just wreak s of Bela Lugosi
and the Phantom of the Opera.
A member of Gargoyle com com"
" com" Tartuffe" is
Presentation
Os Players
Tartuffe will be presented by
the Florida Players May 9 12
at Norman Hall Auditorium.
The farce by Molieri will be
presented in two acts with Ro Robert
bert Robert A. Keyworth, speech instruc instructor,
tor, instructor, directing. It is one of Moli Molieris
eris Molieris most popular plays and
was presented first in the court of
Louis XIV. In it Molieri made a
scathing attack on the church and
its politics.
The plot concerns Tartuffe who
gains entrance to Orgons house household
hold household under the pretense of being
an extremely religious man. He
then sets about to seduce Elmire,
Orgons wife, and to usurp Or Orgon.
gon. Orgon.
Dan Wilson, plays Tartuffe. It
is his first role with the Florida
Players. Larry Gordon, plays
Orgon; Sandra Belk. Elmore;
Susan Beath, Dorine, a maid;
Barbara Conrad, Mariane, Or Orgons
gons Orgons daughter: Randy Robbins,
Valere, Marianes fiance; Richard
Schuster, Damis, Orgons son;
Mimi Carr, Pernelle, Orgons mo mother.
ther. mother.
Ronald Jerit, technical director,
has said that the set will look
like a big, big, birthday cake.
Mary Stephenson is costumer and
will design all the womens cos costumes
tumes costumes in accordance with the
styles of that time.
Tickets will go on sale May 2
at the information booth across
from the Hub. Tickets will be free
to students. For reservations or
information call extension 2671.
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11:30 P.M. |
Yul Brynner & Kay Kendall U
"Once More if
With Feeljng"
STARTS WEDNESDAY!
The WINNER of
BEST ACTRESS AWARD
CANNES FILM
FESTIVAL 1961
SOPHIA LOREN
Academy Award Homlnatloa!
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menting on the ball said, It is
not often that professors and stu students
dents students join together for such rio riotous
tous riotous good fun. This year we hope
to make it more fun than ever.
I personally will be hooping it
up. Oh, if youre a prudedont
come.
Larry Medlin, President of Gar Gargoyle
goyle Gargoyle said. Professor Campbell
of the Architecture Dept, threat threatens
ens threatens to come in long, red un underwear.
derwear. underwear. He'll do it too. Faculty
and students join together in this
annual affair.
The building where this activi activity
ty activity is going on.
The abandoned building hosting
this affair is about a mile past
Rubys (a familiar landmark).
The only information present 1 y
available concerning the exact
location is that, Its near the
howling, whining whistle of the
midnight train.
Anyone interested in attending
this event should contact Bob
Woodward or Larry Medlin in
Room 179 Bldg. E.
Medlin summed up by saying,
There will be entertainment (a
local group) which will add to
the parade of costumes and the
final prize for the best costume.
Oh, soft drinks will be served.
The cost of Tickets is $2.50.
Anyone who wishes transporta transportation
tion transportation out to the ball should make
arrangements with Bob Woodward
at the time of the ticket pur purchase.
chase. purchase.
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FRI. ONLY
"The King (jr Four
Queens"
SAT. ONLY
"I Passed for White"
And
"Devil at 4 PC lock"
SUN. MON. TUES.
"The King & I"
Deborah KerrYul Brynner
"Country Girl"
Grace KellyWm. Holden
WED. THURS. FRrl.
"Four Horsemen
of Apocalypse"
"Scream of Fear"
(amanui
flsngjfrasMl
Friday 4-6
"THE HUSTLER"
Paul Newman
ALL HANDS ON DECK
Pet Boone
Saturday 4-7
"TREASURE OF
RANCHO VILLA"
Rory Calhoun
"FOX FIRE"
Jeff Chandler
"ALL THE FINE
YOUNG CANNIBALS"
Robert Warner
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday
4-8, 9, 10
"THE KING AND I"
Yul Brynner
"I'D CLIMB THE
HIGHEST
MOUNTAIN"
Susan Heyward
Wednesday, Thursday, H
Friday 4-11, 12, 13
"FOUR HORSEMEN
OF THE APOCALYPSE"
Glenn Ford
"A Cartoon Carnival"



JM Faculty to Aid
Area Press Meet

School of Journalism faculty
members are among the partici participants
pants participants in a three-day state conven convena
a convena tion of high school journalists
'which began Thursday night in
"'Jacksonville.
"The JMers are scheduled to
* lecture, conduct clinics, and
' Judge yearbook and newspaper
Crown Leaves
Job Opening
For Secretary
'A job opportunity for the
'position of Student Government
secretary of labor was announc announced
ed announced Monday afternoon by SG Pres.
'William Trickel.
1 Recently appointed SG Secret Secretary
ary Secretary of Labor William E. Crown,
a 2 UC from Clearwater, resign resigned
ed resigned from his new position Mon Monday
day Monday afternoon because he felt that
he did not have enough time to
devote to the position.
Crown said that he was current--
ly handling three major positions
in hi* fraternity (Sigma Nu), and
carrying 17 hours in the UP. He
said that because of this, he did
Wt think that he would be able
to adequately handle the job of
secretary of labor.
said that he would have
at replacement for Crown by the
middle of this week.
I am glad that Crown realis realised
ed realised his capacity when he did,
Trickel said, and, circumstances
being what they are, I think he
made the best possible decision.
Crown had replaced the position
formerly held by Ned Service, Pi
Kappa Phi.

Craft Shop Artists Create
Student Jewelry, Mosaics

One of the few places a Mudent
may find UF coeds armed with
chisels and saws is the Florida
Union craft shop.
Sawing, twisting, hamm e r i n g
and nailing,, coeds satisfy esthe esthetic
tic esthetic desires. and course require requirements
ments requirements on projects ranging from
undistinguishable wooden figurtn figurtn-b
-b figurtn-b to abstract painting, say craft
Shop personnel.
UF Activities
Biennial Report
- In Progress
J
A report of the activities at the
UF during the past two years is
being compiled for distribution in
mid summer.
The biennial report, similar to
that of a corporate report, will
give the public an idea of the
significant activities that have
occurred at the University.
'I
The booklets! will be distribute i
ed to alumni, the legislature,
Chambers of commerce, public
schools and the UF faculty.
We have an obligation to keep
the people informed of what were
doing. said George W. Corrick,
former assistant to Pres. J. Wayne
Reitz.
Corrick is chairman of the com- j
mittee compiling the report. The
committee will meet with admin-:
istrative councils which include j
all deans and directors, They will,
be provided with forms which will
inform the committee of happen- j
lugs in particular areas.
A report is required by the
State to be used primarily for his historical
torical historical reports. The report gives
the committee an opportunity to
present its information in a more
attractive form.
ISO to Show Flicks
From New Zealand
The International Students Or- j
ganization will present films from i
Afew Zealand Friday. 7:30 April
in the Florida Union Bryan
Lounge.
All American students are in invited
vited invited to come. A social and free
Refreshments will follow.
University of California
AGRICULTURAL
STUDY TOUR
to the
South Pacific
JULY BAUGUST 19, 1962
Full credit courses aboerd Matson luxury
liner Mariposa, with cells at Hawaii,
Tahiti, Rarotonga, Fiji, Simoa end field
trip in New Zealand. Optional side trip
to Australia. Courses in plant and soil
sciences and home economics taught
t> top-level regular faculty members.
For details write to
University of California
Agricultural Study Tour
442 Post Street, San Prune item

contests at sessions of the Flor Florida
ida Florida Scholastic Press Association,
meeting at the Robert Meyer Ho Hotel.
tel. Hotel.
400 Students
The etate convention brings to together
gether together some 400 high school news newspaper
paper newspaper editors, writers, and their
adult sponsors for a test of skills
that will cover all phases of pub publication
lication publication procedures.
JM Faculty members attending
the convention are: Rae O. Wei Weimer;
mer; Weimer; Kenneth A. Christiansen;
John Paul Jones; H. G. Davis
Jr.; Hugh W. Cunningham Jr.;
Dr. Joe B. Vogel; and J. B.
Webb.
Weimer will introduce one of
the conventions featured speak speakers,
ers, speakers, U. S. Rep. Leslie C. Arends,
R-111., at the Saturday closing ses session.
sion. session.
Party Whip
Arends is the Republican party
whip in the House and is the sen senior
ior senior Republican member of the
House Committee on Armed Ser Services.
vices. Services. He has served 14 consecu consecutive
tive consecutive terms in Congress.
Jones is coordinating judge for
the convention contests which will
be held Friday morning. Later in
the day Christiansen wall address
the high school advisers.
Gives insights
According to Webb, the conven convention
tion convention gives high school students in interested
terested interested ih journalism an insight
into the problems they will face
when they enter the profession.
The lectures and contests will
be on topic s related to newspa newspapers,
pers, newspapers, radio, and television activi activities,
ties, activities, he said.
Other featured speakers at the
convention include: M. Stanton
Evans, editor of the Indianapo Indianapolis
lis Indianapolis News; W. J. Hamrick, senior
vice president of Gulf Life Insur Insurance
ance Insurance Co.; and James H. Couey
Jr., general manager of the Tam Tampa
pa Tampa Tribune.

The Florida Union craft shop is
open to students who desire to
be creative but dont know how
to go about it, according to Craft
Shop assistant Mrs. F. W. We Weber.
ber. Weber.
Students here do everything
from making fraternity paddles
to soldering together broken bi bicycles,
cycles, bicycles, Mrs. Weber says.
Some of the crafts the shop has
available for students are leath leather
er leather working, painting, woodcarv woodcarving,
ing, woodcarving, copper etching, pottery mak making,
ing, making, photography, copper enamel enameling
ing enameling end jewelry making.
Any student can come in and
produce an attractive, economi-

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'Daring' Dancer
Gives Lessons

Students and enthusiasts of the
modem dance will have a chance
to take lessons from an interna internationally
tionally internationally famous artist at the UF
Friday and Saturday.
Merce Cunningham, one of the
outstanding male performers and
choreographers in the field of cre creative
ative creative dancing, will conduct a
three-day clinic under the spon sponsorship
sorship sponsorship of the College of Physi Physical
cal Physical Education and Health.
Cunningham will deliver a pub public
lic public lecture and demonstration Sa-
Prof Advises
On Pollution
A UF professor will join two
other top United States experts
on water conservation problems
at a meeting of the Organization
for European Economic Develop Development
ment Development (OEED) in Paris, France,
April 16 to 16.
Dr. James* B. Lackey, research
professor in sanitary science, will
be the only academic member of
the delegation. The other two
delegates come from the United
States Geological Survey and the
Public Health Service.
The group will discuss water
pollution problems on the Euro European
pean European continent which have arisen
from heavy industrial and popu population
lation population growth.
The OEED is an organization
of 17 European states, the United
States and Canada. The meeting
is underwritten by the Organiza Organization
tion Organization for Economic Cooperation
and Development.
The United States will be par participating
ticipating participating in the conference as
a member-group for the first time
since joining the organization
last year.

i j cal article which would be per per.
. per. j feet for a gift or for personal
use, Mrs. Weber maintains.
A student is only required to
pay for tire material he uses in
the craft shop. Instruction of the
f various crafts is free,
i If they need craft instruction,
we will gladly help them, she
explained, otherwise, we let
i them work on their own.
The craft shop is open Mon Monday
day Monday through Friday, from 2-5 p.
m. and 7-10 p.m. at night, and
on Sunday from 7-10 p.m.
Many unusual projects are
made by UF students according
to Mrs. Weber.

turday evening at 8 p. in., in
the University Auditorium, under
the co-sponsorship of the Univer University
sity University Public Lecture Series.
A former soloist with the Mar Martha
tha Martha Graham Company, Cunning Cunningham
ham Cunningham has been called the most
daring experimenter in the field
of modem dance. He was one of
three international dance figures
awarded the Dance Magazine
Award in 1961. The others were
Igor Moiseyco, Russian ballet
master and Maria Tallohief, Am American
erican American ballerina.
All of Cunninghams sessions
will be of the participation type
except for lecture-demonstrations
each evening. On April 5 and 6
the sessions will be held in the
Womens Gym, beginning at 8
p. m. A Saturday afternoon ses session
sion session is scheduled for the Florida
Gymnasium.
All sessions will be open to the
general public and no admission
will be charged.
Afoms Alter
Floral Color
If you see a carnation plant
with both red and white
blooms on it, don't go on the
wagonChalk it up t 0 nuclear
energy.
This and other experiments
are being done by irradiation in
nuclear reactors around the
country.
The UFs Agricultural Cobalt Cobalt-60
-60 Cobalt-60 Irradiator is believed to be
the largest of its kind In the
world and part of its duties is
the effect of irradiation on
seeds.
Recent chrysanthemums ex experiments
periments experiments at the UF gave over
100 different flowers with
blooms that ranged in color
from white to bronze and apri apricot.
cot. apricot.

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The pages are yellow. The
names, forgotten. Volume one,
Number one.
This was the birth of a news newspaper.
paper. newspaper. The Florida Alligator. Es Established
tablished Established in September of 1912 by
G. T. Garrett
Garrett had been Inspired to
start a school paper from ex experiences
periences experiences he gained as a mem member
ber member of a newspaper from a
smaller school.
The University of Florida had
relied on a literary magazine
the Florida Review, as a source
of news. This proved inadequate.
The first staff, G. P. Garrett;
manager editor, R. W. Shakle Shakleford;
ford; Shakleford; athletic editor, W. McL
Christie; society editor, Sumpter
Leitner; business manager, and
Uriel Blount; circulation manager
organised and published the four
page weekly.
Print The Truth
In the maiden issue Garrett said,
We accept all just opinion and
will always print the truth.
Garrett felt that the papers
main purpose was to foster clean
athletics and uplift the campus
morals through the power of the
press.
The paper got off to a bad!

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start by printing the motto, The
Best and the Neatest in the
South which through some print printing
ing printing mistake was smeared in all
issues.
Leitner, the business manager,
stated in a note to the student
body, Please support the adver advertisers
tisers advertisers as they in turn support
the paper.
Gets Foothold, Grows
And support them they did. The
paper gradually got a foothold
and increased from four to six
pages and doubled the advertisers
in three years.
The first staff went on to big bigger
ger bigger and better things. Shekleford
became a Tampa lawyer. Blount
New Zeeland Featured
At ISO Meeting, Social
The International Student Organ Organisation
isation Organisation (I tonight, April 7, in the Johnson
Lounge of the Florida Union at
7:30 p.m.
Films from New Zealand wall
be shown, and a short social get
acquainted function will follow.
The officers of ISO welcome any!
American or foreign students who
wish to attend the meeting.

The Florida Alligator, Friday, April 6,1962

went to West Palm Beach to
work for an engineering company.
Leitner also went into law. Gar Garrett
rett Garrett settled down and became a
cattle rancher.
In his closing editorial Garrett
summed up the first year of the
Florida Alligator with, The Alli Alligator
gator Alligator is the best advertisment
that the university has ever had.

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viting inviting membership to qualified his history
tory history students.
Pres. Ralph Peek, said students
must have 15 hours in history
(C*ll and C-12 count) and an
overall grade average of £.75. a
3.0 grade average is required in
the history courses.
Students who meet the qualifi-
cations and are interested should*'
sign the list on the bulletin board
outside the history office, 109
Peabody. A $12.50 initiation fee
must be paid before initiation.

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Page 10

Foreign Students
Will Spenser Effort
For Financial Assists

World University Service
(WUS) will back a Dollars for
Foreign Scholars campaign,
April 30-May 4, according to
WUS chairman Bill Stanford.
The group is affiliated with the
University Religious Association.
World University Service in-
UF Scholars
£ I
Campus residents who received
a 3175 or better grade average
laet semester were honored at the
Housing Departments Scholarship
Banquet at the Student Service
Center last week.
The company you keep is
rare, Dr. Kenneth Christiansen,
director of the UFs educational
television system, told the group.
We have been successful in pen pentrating
trating pentrating apace, but the hardest
thing for us to penetrate yet is
the human skull.
I hope you will go forward
with the light of learning falling
over your shoulders and not shin shining
ing shining in your eyes, said Christian Christiansen.
sen. Christiansen.
Medals were presented to the
159-honorees and special plaques
were presented to the section in
each, resident area with the high highest
est highest scholastic average last semes semester.*.
ter.*. semester.*.
The first floor of South Rawl Rawlings,
ings, Rawlings, Central J. of Jennings, first
floor of Grove, Graham 1, East 1
of Hume, Sledd B, and South 1
were winners of the plaques,
eludes student groups from 41 na nations
tions nations who have Joined to com combat
bat combat many of the terrific needs

'Bad Man of UF Police Dept.
Receives Raise In Status

The badman of the UF Po Police
lice Police Department has moved up upstairs.
stairs. upstairs.
Douglas Benedict for two years
gave more tickets to students
than any of his fellow officers.
He is now Desk Sergeant.
According to Police Chief A. I.
Shuler, Benedict was promoted to
desk sergeant from patrolman be because
cause because of has uncanny ability to
detect parking violations.
Former Ranger
Benedict, 23, Joined the UF po police
lice police force because he always

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of fellow students throughout the
world, Stanford said.
Nations Contribute
Each participating country must
contribute S3OO a year in order
to keep its membership. Only
member countries are qualified to
receive financial aid.
Twenty live cents in Amer American
ican American money will buy a student
three meals in Greece, said
Stanford in explaining the con conditions
ditions conditions of many of these stu students.
dents. students.
Reputable Group
World University Service is a
reputable organization that has
functioned since World War I and
is patronized by such groups as
CARE, Stanford said.
Only 16 per cent of the total
amount of funds contributed in
the United States goes for admin administrative
istrative administrative purposes, which seems to
be representative of their good
intentions, said Stanford.
Groups Widespread
About two-thirds of the univer universities
sities universities in the U. S. have WUS
groups on campus. These groups
are subordinate to regional of offices
fices offices in the United States and a
central committee in Geneva,
Switzerland.
An annual congress in Geneva
decides priority as t how and
who the appropriations will be
given to, Stanford said. The mo money
ney money i s then used to provide such
things as housing, medical care
and food for /these students, ac according
cording according to Stanford.
This is entirely a student ef effort
fort effort for other students and we
hope UF students will support the
program, said Stanford.

wanted to be a policeman. He
was a ranger in the Fla. Fores Forestry
try Forestry Service for two years prior
to his coming to UF.
I really wanted to be High Highway
way Highway Patrolman, but they have to
be at least 5 feet 9, said thr;
5-foot-6 protector of-the-peace.
New Duties
Benedicts duties as Desk Ser Sergeant
geant Sergeant have taken him from the
realm of giving tickets. He now
handles all complaints, directs all
the police cars via a two-way ra radio
dio radio beside his desk and reportedly
sometimes voids the ticket of a

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Plantation Ball is On
Save Your Confederate Money
The KA's Aren't Licked Yet

With a rebel yell. .a cannon
blast. .and an unfurled stars
and bars, the Southern Gentle Gentlemen
men Gentlemen of Kappa Alpha Order will
at 3 p. m. today march west on
University Ave. to defend chiv chivalry,
alry, chivalry, right, honor and the glory
of the Confederacy.
They will stop but twiceonce
for a salute to the Confederate
Memorial on the downt own
square and a second time to wire
President Kennedy of their inten intentions
tions intentions to secede from the Union
for 48 hours.
Last night, General William Te-

lucky student having a valid
excuse.
Mild Manner
Benedicts mild manner is not
noticed at first because he packs
170 hard pounds into his 5-foot 5-foot-6
-6 5-foot-6 frame. The Michigan bom
policeman said his physique was
due to the two years as a forest
ranger.
According to Benedict, the most
tickets are given for parking out
of area. The second place goes
to tickets for parking over the
yellow line, he said.
Monday, Wednesday and Fri Friday,
day, Friday, said Shuler, are the days
that most tickets are issued. Stu Students
dents Students have more classes on those
days, he said.
A new decal for cars register registered
ed registered will be issued during the sum summer
mer summer session, said Shuler, and will
be shaped like an octagon.

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cumseh Sherman Was assassi-|
nated at the Florida Theatre
while making a threat of Union!
violence to the citizens of
Gainesville.
Couldnt Tolerate*
We felt we could not tolerate
any yankee violence, said Gen General
eral General Gary Hollis, C.S.A., who
is also KA president. That is
why we must march in protest.
The parade will culminate in
a Ceremony of Secession, a Kap Kappa
pa Kappa Alpha tradition for over 20
years.
Issues Edict
I will issue a proclamation
withdrawing Fort Kappa Alpha
from the Union for 48 hours,
Gen. Hollis said. Then we will
adjourn to the veranda for cold
coon and collards.
Sharecroppers Stomp, a re return
turn return to the colorful plantation
life of the old South, will be Fri Friday
day Friday everting.
KAs Take Trip
Saturday, according to Planta Plantation
tion Plantation Ball Co-chairmen Bill Dowl Dowling
ing Dowling and Bob Kent, there will be
a trip to a lake near Keystone
Heights, with black-eyed peas
and combread as the main
course.
Then we will regroup at the
Mansion for barbecue, southern
style, said Kent.
The University Inn will be host
to the KAs Saturday night when
they hold their Plantation Ball.
Men will wear authentic Confed Confederate
erate Confederate and Southern Gentlemen
uniforms, and ladies will dress
ante-bellum.
Prizes Awarded
Prizes will be given to men
with the best beard, most unusu unusual
al unusual beard, and best sideburns.
Presentation of the new Kappa

Alpha Rose and her Rosecourt
will also be Saturday night.
During the spring Plantation
(Old South) Ball weekend is
staged at practically every KA
chapter in the country, according
to Hollis.
Each chapter has a little dif different
ferent different variation, said Hollis,
but basically they are all the
samea return to the glory of the
confederacy for the weekend.

Doctors to Watch First TV
Operation From UF Med Center

WUFT television cameras for
the first time peered into the op operating
erating operating room of the J. Hillis Mil Miller
ler Miller Health Center recently and
witnessed a true drama of life
or death.
A conference group of some
150 doctors watched Dr. Paul
Harrington of Houston, Texas
perform two major operations
via closed-circuit television.
The group was composed of or-
UFers Walking
Advertisements
The young men wearing sand sandwich
wich sandwich boards around campus late lately
ly lately displaying the merits of local
merchants apparently arent per permanent
manent permanent walking billboards.
They are new pledges of Alpha
Delta Sigma ADS, undergraduate
professional fraternity for adver advertising
tising advertising majors.
ADS Pres. Dave Champion said
as part of initiation, the new
pledges are required to contact
different local merchants and
sell each side of the sign for
$12.50.
The money the men get for the
ads is used to pay fraternity
dues, Champion said.
They wear the signs for a
week and then give them to the
merchants to display in their es establishments.
tablishments. establishments. Mine has been hang hanging
ing hanging in a local barber shop for
two years, he added.
The pledges design and make
up the boards which they wear
until initiation, which was held
last Sunday. Initiated into the I
fraternity were John Demmi, 2
UC; Wade Edwards, 3JM; Hal
Hunter, 3JM; Pete Liston, 4JM;
Sandy Mitchell, 4JM; Lomax Sea Sealy,
ly, Sealy, 2UC; Charlie Prince, 2UC,
and Sam Zorn, 3JM.

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Former All-Male Bastion Stormed
By Invasion of Weaker Sex

By BILL FULLER
Gator Staff Writer
The UF Law School is being
stormed by the largest horde
of women students in its history,
and the men reportedly love it.
Eight women are currently en enrolled
rolled enrolled in the law school with
four graduating this year.
Judy Maddox, ILW, said, I
like law school, but I dont think
there are any disadvantages be because
cause because I am a girl in a predomi predominantly
nantly predominantly mans field.

Code Requires
Parking Space

Although there is no law
which will prohibit the College
Inn (C.1.) from being re built
on its present location, the own owners
ers owners will have to meet the re requirements
quirements requirements specified in the city
building and zoning codes, city
building official Tom Henley said
Tuesday.
Henley went on to explain that
in effect, this will mean that
there will have to be off street
parking provided, if the C.I. is
re-budlt in its present location.
This is in accord with a city
building code which states that
any building which is over 50 per percent
cent percent destroyed in a catastrophe,
I must meet the requirements of
a new building before being re reconstructed.
constructed. reconstructed.
Must Have Parking
To meet the requirements of a
new building in the present lo location,
cation, location, the Cl will have to be in
accord with a city ordanance in inacted
acted inacted in 1958 which states that

thopedic doctors gathered for a|
symposium on Scoliosis.
The symposium was sponsored
by the Florida Crippled Chi 1-
drens Commission and presented
by the Universitys College of Me Medicine.
dicine. Medicine.
Two Operations
Dr. Harrington performed two
separate operationsone in the
morning entitled Instrumenta Instrumentation
tion Instrumentation in Paralytic Scoliosis, and
another in the afternoon, Instru Instrumentation
mentation Instrumentation in Idiopathic Scoliosis.
Besides being viewed on closed
circuit, the operations were tap taped
ed taped by remote control in the
WUFT studios and are to be us*-
ed on the Jacksonville education educational
al educational station.
Using Films
The Jacksonville Hospital Edu Education
cation Education Program, Inc., plans to
use the films in their post-gradu post-graduate
ate post-graduate program for doctors and
nurses. The program is set up
with the help of Channel 7, which
is part of the National Education-
Gargoyle Sponsors
Annual Beaux Arts 801 l
Annual Beaux Arts Ball will be
held April 7 at 9 p.m. The dance
is sponsored by the Honorary Fra Fraternity
ternity Fraternity for the College of Archi Architecture
tecture Architecture and Fine Arts and Gar Gargoyle.
goyle. Gargoyle.
The Versa Tones will provide
dance music for the event. Tic Tickets
kets Tickets are $2.50 a couple and can be
bought from any Gargoyle mem member
ber member or pledge or from Robert
Woodward in Room 179 Build Building
ing Building E.

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Os course, sometimes & girl
in class causes changes in pro procedure,
cedure, procedure, but on the whole girls
get as good a chance as do the
men, she said.
Professors will sometimes be begin
gin begin a comment, and then stop
when they remember there are
girls in the class, she said. It is
also easier for the professor to
remember the few girls names,
and the girls are called on in
class more often than the men.
Male law students are some-

there must be provisions for off offstreet
street offstreet parking.
City Zoning Clerk Chester
Smith said, there are circum circumstances
stances circumstances under which this ordan ordanance
ance ordanance may be waived.
Smith said in certain hard hardship
ship hardship cases, an appeal can be
made to the City Board of Ad Adjustment
justment Adjustment which will decide Wheth Whether
er Whether or not the ordinance should
be suspended.
Cl Might Be Hardship
Smith went on to say that since
the Cl has been in its present
location for so long, the board
might consider this a hardship
case. However, this remains to
be seen.
Henley, acknowledging that an
appeal can be made, said he felt
the requirement would have to be
met.
I feel that over 50 per cent
of the building was destroyed,
said Henley, and according to
my interpretation of the code,
they will have to conform.

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WUFT Television Director K.
A. Christiansen said from the sta stations
tions stations standpoint, the filming was
an opportunity to check out tech technical
nical technical problems in a remote loca location.
tion. location.

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times suspicious of girls, but we
are usually treated very well,
she added.
Miss Maddox is a graduate lot
Agnes-Scott College for Wons>n
where she received her degree in
history and political science. licr
home is Wauchula.
Miss Jo Linz, 3LW, from Kan Kansas
sas Kansas City, Mo., said the men make
it very comfortable for the gisls,
but the girls are the object of
many law school jokes.
Frequently one of the men will
ask them why they arent home
cooking, or tell them they are in
the wrong place, she said. M e n
tell the girls law students are
looking for a wife with an interest
in something other than law, so
they might as well quit, Miss
Linz said. $
Guys Wonderful
Mias Linz, a graduate of Grin Grinnell
nell Grinnell College in Grinnell, lowa,
said the guys are wonderful, but
I still feel as conspicious as a
bull in a chin-a closet.
Martin Page, ILW, said, I Hke
to see smiling faces in the 1 iw
school, particularly those witlfjbt
beards.
Page said girls are accepted
and dont cause much commo commotion.
tion. commotion.
More Coeds, Please
Jay Gebhardt, ILW, said he be believed
lieved believed more women should ehiiv
law. *-
They are nice to have around,
and they are needed to work wtih
juvenile delinquents and female
offenders, he said.
Law School f)ean Frank E. Ma Maloney
loney Maloney said the girls often are bet better
ter better students than the men. He
said he would like to see more
women in law.
We are delighted to have them.
There are very good opportun opportunities
ities opportunities for women in law, he said.
Maloney said few women be become
come become trial lawyers in Florida,
and most go into office practice.
One of our graduates, Mrs.
Delphine Strickland is a research
assistant for Chief Justice B. K.
Roberts of the Florida Supreme
Court, and another woman gra graduate
duate graduate is slated to become a re research
search research assistant for another Jus Justice,
tice, Justice, he said.



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Hot Gator Nine
Aims for First

First place in the SECs Eastern Division will be at
stake this weekend when the Auburn Tigers move into
Perry Field for a crucil two game series with the Gator

baseball team.
The two teams are separated by
only one-half game in the divis division
ion division standings with Auburn having
a 4-0 record, and the Gators, 4-1.
Fridays game will start at 3
p. m. and Saturdays contest gets
under way at 2 p. m.
Undefeated Tigers
Auburn is undefeated this year
with a 6-0 record including two
strong wins over a good Florida
State team. The Tigers have pow power
er power to spare and ample pitching
and defense.
Third baseman Wayne Fowler
leads the hit parade for Auburn.
He smashed three homers in one
game against FSU in leading the
Tigers to a 12-7 win.
Left fielder Jim Nichols is an another
other another powerful hitter as is right rightfielder
fielder rightfielder veteran Bill Breakfield.
Shortstop Otis Bibbs is another
hard hitter and a good fielder
too.
The pitching staff is headed
by Dave Boyd, who will pro probably
bably probably work Fridays game
against either C. W. Price or
Jim Biggart of the UF staff.
Should either of the Auburn
starters run into trouble, relief
pitchers Gay den White or Larry
Dempsey are available for duty.

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Assistant Sports Editor

The Gators will go to Auburn
for two more games on April 20
and 21 to complete the four
game set.
The Gators warmed up for
their big series with a double doubleheader
header doubleheader sweep of Furman on
Wednesday. The Gators won
the first game, 3-2, ane the se second,
cond, second, 11 5, to run their winning
streak to seven games in a
row. The twin wins ran their
overaU record to H*3.
A1 Lopez, Jr. won the first
game with a seventh inning sing single
le single that sent Norm Lado home
with the winning run. Eddie
Clark gained the victory with a
well pitched four hitter.
Gator bats boomed in the sec second
ond second contest as Bob Coleman and
Tom Moore both hit home runs,
the first of the year for the Ga Gators
tors Gators at Perry Field.
Moores blast was a 360 foot
smash over the right field fence,
the first homer over that section
of the field in four years. Two
men were on base at the time.
Coleman also had a triple and
a single to go along with his ho homer.
mer. homer. He batted in four runs.
Jim Biggart, the surprise of
the pitching staff, got the win
with three innings of one-hit re relief.
lief. relief. He is now 3-0.

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From left to right they are: Ray
Bennett (7), Jim Biggart (16), Art
Ondich (10), C. W. Price (19), Jerry
Nicc4son (23), Henry Farmer (25),
and Eddie Clark (24). Not pictured is
Jim Elliott.
Biggart is the surprise of the staff so
far. The sophomore righthander has
an earned run average with 1.28 runs
per game. He has a 3-0 record after
winning the second game of Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday doubleheader with a three inning
relief job.
Jerry .Nicolson is behind Biggart in
ERA with 3.66. He has a 2-1 record
and is slated to start Fridays game
with Auburn.
C. W. Price, one of two left handers
on the staff, had a 4-0 record last year
and also doubled as an outfielder. This

UF Basepath Demons
Give Opposition Fits

The Gator baseball team is
using the Chicago White Sox
theory of get on the basepaths and
go. So far this season this has
caused more than a few head headaches
aches headaches to opposing pitchers, catch catchers.
ers. catchers. and coaches.

Freshmen Play FSU
After First Defeat

The Freshman baseball team,
no longer undefeated after a
heart-breaker Monday, will tra travel
vel travel to Tallahassee this weekend
for a two game series with the
Florida State Freshman.
The Frosh lost their first
game of the season after
winning seven in a row. Flor Florida
ida Florida Southern Junior Varsity
gave the Baby Gators their first
defeat, 7-6.
Freshman coach P. A. Lee said
he Would probably go with pitch pitcher
er pitcher Ray Rollyon in the opener
Friday afternoon and come back
with Lance Lanier on Saturday
against the Seminoles. Lanier has
a 2-0 record.
Lanier started against Southern
but did not get the loss. The Ga Gators
tors Gators had rallied to go in front, 5-

The Florida Attestor, Friday, April 6,1962

PITCHING STRENGTH

Through the first 14 games
Gator baserunneirs have been
responsible for 66 stolen bases.
Third baseman Tom Moore
leads the thieves with 17. Moore
had a big day last Friday against
Georgia as he swiped six.

8, in the seventh inning and seem seemed
ed seemed to have the game in hand.
Southern Strikes Back
However, Southern struck back
when Jim Jenks blasted a three
run inside-the-park home run to
put Southern in front again, 6-5.

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season he has a 2-1 record.
Art Ondich is another surprise to.
Coach Dave Fuller. He started his first
collegiate game against North Carolina *-
and went all the way for a 3-1 win. -*
Eddie Clark was the top hurler 0n.,,,
the freshman team last season and hr r
slated for heavy duty this year as a re relief
lief relief pitcher and spot starter. He won'
Wednesdays first game against Fur-
man with a four hit 3-2 win. Clarks*
record is now 2-1.
Sophomore Jim Elliott gained his
first win over the weekend as a relief
pitcher against Georgia.
Henry Farmer and Ray Bennett are
used in relief primarily. Bennett has
not yet seen action, while Farmer has
appeared in one game with no results resultsas
as resultsas far as a win or a loss. T\

The diminutive) third baseman
also holds the Gator RBI lead
with 15, homeruih lead with one,
(in a tie with Charlie Bean and
Bernie Haskins), triples with,
three, and runs scored with 18.
Haskins Leads
He is second in the
partment (.347) to right fielder
Bernie Haskins Who leads with a
.409. Haskins is also well up in
the steal parade tied for third
with 10 with second baseman Car
rol Lanoux. v
AJ Lopez ranks second in_ihe,
base stealing department with
12.
Other Gators who have boosted
Floridas league leading stolen
base mark are left fielder Doll
Ringgold with keven, short
Ron Birchall with six, first base baseman
man baseman Ed Braddy with two w and
utility infielders Bob Coleman and
Norbert JLado with one each.

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(Top left) Charles Oates, hurdles; (top right) Charles Goodyear, two miler; (lower left) George Leach, dashes; (lower right) Pete
Rowe, hurdles and 440.

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(These rules axe to be effective upon their publication in both the Orange
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violator normally would be entitled to full driving privileges. In addition,
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Quarterfinals Held for Dorm League Table Tennis;
Handball Starts in Orange League, Ends in Blue

Quarterfinals get underway to tonight
night tonight in Dorm League table ten tennis
nis tennis in the Hume Area. All other

areas will begin play next week.
Hoopies Meet Winner
At 5 p. m. tonight the winner
of the Righam Hoopies game
meets the winner of the Gaddum
Little match. Winner of the Tur Turlington-Cockrell
lington-Cockrell Turlington-Cockrell contest will be
matched against the winner of
the Jackson-Keppel game.
Victor of the Heath-Crow match
will battle the winner o* the Ted Tedder-Abbott
der-Abbott Tedder-Abbott game at 6 p. m. Also
at 6 p. m.' is a match between
the Farrah-Bristol winner and the
Yeaton-Enwall winner.
Matches will be scheduled
so that there should be no
conflict with the basketball
schedule. There are no basket basketball
ball basketball games scheduled for this
weekend In the dorm leagues.
Four sports remain on the dor dormitory
mitory dormitory league calendar. They
are Tennis, Softball, Handb all
and Swimming.
Orange and Blue
Handball moves on towards
the finals as PKP meets TKE
and AGR meet s the winner of the
DSP-XP match on Monday in
Blue League play.
The Delta play the Pi Lambs ip
Orange League Action. Sigma Ch)
will play the winner of the AEPi
KS game. Both games are on

tonday.
Tuesday will find the winner
of the PKP-TKE match playing
DU and PEP playing the winner
of the GR-DSP or XP games.
Blue League finals will be play played
ed played on Wednesday.
The TEP-SAE winner will play
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Judo Tourney
Here Saturday
The UF Judo Club will host the
Florida Invitational Judo Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament Saturday In the Florida
Gym.
Weigh in time begins at 8 a.
m. with the matches beginning
at 9:30.
There will be trophie 3 award awarded
ed awarded to champions in each the 140,
160, 180 and heavyweight classes.
There will be a plaque awarded
to the winning team.
Lunch, for participants will be
served from 12 noon to 2 p. m.
with the afternoon matches begin beginning
ning beginning at this time.
All spectators are welcome and
encouraged to come.
The UF Judo Club under the di direction
rection direction of coach Dick Reisinger
has been one of the most active
of the UF athletic clubs this
year.

SN and PKA plays PDT in Or Orange
ange Orange League action on Tuesday.
UF-FSU Soccer Match
On Florida Field
The Florida Soccer Club, which
has been undefeated since 1958,
goes after its 52 victory against
three defeats and four ties, in a
match against FSU next Saturday
April 14.
The match will be played on
Florida Field, and is planned as
one of the highlights of Interna International
tional International Week. %
The Gator 00-captains are Mike
Kessler and Mauricio Flores.
Alan Moore coaches the UF
squad.

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Smash William and Mary
In MU-Week Oath

Fresh from its first win in two
years, the Gator track squad will
attempt to make it tw 0 in a row
this Saturday at the Florida track
when it plays host to Georgia
Tech.
The Gators, who lost all five
dual meets last year and their
opening meet this season, defeat defeated
ed defeated William & Mary, 80%-34%,
Wednesday afternoon to break
their losing streak.
Gators Favored
The Tech meet will start at
1:30 p.m. on Saturday and the
Gators should be favored off their
showing in Wednesdays meet
and in the Florida Relays.
The Gators were ninth in the
Relays with one first and a se second
cond second as well as several other
places. Tech could only get three
points in the meet.
Top Engineer cinderman is
Ron Ablowich, SEC champion
in the 120 yard hurdles. He
should get strong competition
from Pete Rowe and Charles
Oates of the UF squad.
In the William & Mary meet,
the Gators took 11 out of 14 first
places on the way to their win.
Dashman George Leach got two
of those firsts with wins in the
100 and 220 yard dashes.
Hale Double Winner
John Hale was another double
winner with victories in the shot
put and javelin. Rowe took both
the low hurdles and the 440 yard
dash.
Charles Goodyear took the two
mile run, Jerry Wilson, the broad
jump, Oates, the low hurdles,
and Wendall Willis, the high jump
in a tie with the William & Mary
jumper.
The Gators, if they win, stand
a good chance to make it three
Netters Win 2;
Practice for
Next Road Trip
The UF tennis team looks for forward
ward forward to two weeks of practice be before
fore before its next match on April 20.
The Gator s will play Georgia on
gia Tech on April 21. The Tech
match is at Atlanta.
Wednesday afternoon the Ga Gators
tors Gators shut out Hope College 9 -0
at Gainesville. Tuesday the net netmen
men netmen beat Furman. 7-2. Against
Furman the UF won five of six
singles matches and two of three
doubles matches.
Against Hope College, Jim
Shaffer and Fred Shaya took the
measure of Norm Hess and Ar Arlyn
lyn Arlyn Lanting, 6-3, 6-1. Mike Culli Cullinane
nane Cullinane and Richard Collins down downed
ed downed Stan Vugteveen and Dave Ny Nykert
kert Nykert 6-3, 4-6, 6-0. Ron Rebhuhn
and Jerry Pfeiffer topped Bob
Hoffman and Dave Zwart, 6-2, 6-2.

in a row with a win over Mi Miami
ami Miami next weekend in Miami. They
make their last appearance at

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Why No A and M?
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X' By MIKE GORA
Alligator Sports Editor j
It was not Percy Beard who made it impossible for
Florida A and M to participate in the Florida Relays.
It w r :as not Athletic Director rtay Graves who made
it impossible for Florida A and M to participate in
the Florida Relays.
Both of these men have shown that they have the
best interests of the University in mind. Both are re respected
spected respected in the coaching field for being honest human
beings. 1 t# lu
Mr. Beard has distinguished himself as UF track
coach since 1939 and as a coach on U. S. Olympic
teams.
Whether or not these gentlemen wanted Negroes
to run in last Saturdays meet would, have nothing
to do with whether the Negroes ran in the meet or
not.
In Dr. Reitzs position to okay such a move would
have been impossible. Dr. Reitz, under the Board of
Control system, doesnt have the authority to make
such a move.
In a state whose political leaders wouldnt enjoy
seeing a blackman on a track with w r hites unless h 4
was setting up the hurdles, the hands of progressive
leadership are tied.
In a state whose Board of Control ignored thd
wishes of professional educators when it came to re revamping
vamping revamping the university system; w r hose legislature has
time to pass spoof bills making alligator wrestling
legal and worth three college credits; whose gov-*
ernor reflects his decision of cutting alloted pay
raises for university professors while touring Japan;
people who think and try to progress are not heard.
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home on Thursday, April 19,
against Florida State on Florida
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