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Volume 54 Number 4$

'Orange Pulp' Seized;
Editors Face Discipline

By DAVID WEST
Gator Executive Editor
The Orange Pulp was dis distributed
tributed distributed Sunday night and two
students will face the Faculty Dis Disciplinary
ciplinary Disciplinary Committee Thursday.
One hundred copies of a pam pamphlet
phlet pamphlet calling for a compromise
on the Orange Peel banning were
passed out before the remaining
000 copies fell into the hands of
the UF Police.
; The Orange Pulp, published
by two Clearwater students during
Easter vacation, was in violation
of .UF regulations concerning dis distribution
tribution distribution of unauthorized materi material
al material on campus, according to Dean
of Men Frank T. Adams.
Editor of the pamphlet, Joe Cas CasteUo,
teUo, CasteUo, 2TCJC, called the incident a
farce. We do not feel we should
have to defend the Pulp but ap apparently
parently apparently Thursday we will.
Castello along with art editor
of the publication, William Sykes,
were called into Adams office
Monday morning and were ques questioned
tioned questioned by Advisor to Organizations
Bill Cross and Adams for two
hours.
Adams said he did not have
any quarrel with the content,
but it was the timeliness of the
distribution which caused con concern.
cern. concern.
Cross said he enjoyed the pub publication
lication publication but it was against Uni University
versity University policy and the boys would
have to go before the discipline
committee. I became biased
against the boys and felt the dis discipline
cipline discipline committee could do a bet better
ter better job of investigation.
Castello said he bad left a let letter
ter letter for Pres. J. Wayne Reitz, but
he, to my knowledge, never re received
ceived received it. The University police
went and got the letter. Accord According
ing According to Castello, the letter ex explained
plained explained to Dr. Reitz the purpose of
the pamphlet was to publicize a
compromise on the Peel.
The compromise suggested by
Castello was a faculty censorship
hoard to supervise the publication
of the Peel for one year.
Castello said he was passing
out the Pulp when a student
policeman grabbed his shoulder
and ordered a patrol car to pick
him up.
They locked me in the car and
when we arrived at the police sta station
tion station I sat and waited until Chief
Schuler arrived and asked if I
was the subversive character.
I didnt laugh.
The police then asked where

UF 'Play Day'
A Play Date

By SANDY TAYLOR
Gator Staff Writer
Gators will play on the shores
of Lake Wauburg this Saturday
from 11 a m. until 4:30 p.m. (hir (hiring
ing (hiring the annual UF Play Day.
Mike Shafer, chairman of the
Florida Union Board recreation
committee, said that Play Day
is an all out fun day for UF stu students,
dents, students, including every facet of
campus life. Events testing skill,
hick and beauty will be featured
throughout the day.
A main event of the day will
be the crowning of Miss Wau*!
burg. Campus organizations de-j
siring to sponsor a contestant
should turn in applications to
Room 816 of the Florida Union
by Wednesday.
Miss Wauburg will receive a
6-100 wardrobe and a personal
trophy. The organization sponsor sponsoring
ing sponsoring the winning contest will be
presented with a rotating Miss
Wauburg trophy.
Other events of the day include
canoe racing, canoe Jousting, a
greased watermelon race, bait baitcas
cas baitcas ting contest, turtle race and
the UF Judo finals. Hie winner
and first three runners up of
each contest will receive points,
with an over-all winner win be
announced at the end of the day.
Shows will be presented by the
Gator Ski Cli*> and the Triangle
Flying Club.
Shafer said that arrangements
have been made for free bus ser service
vice service to and from Camp Wauburg.
Schedules for the seven bus stops
will be posted around campus this
week. He also announced that
WDVH radio will broadcast from
Camp Wauburg from 1 to S pm.

More Friday
. On Statutes
Part two of an AlHgator aerie
by staff writer Bill Dowling on the
tatus of manslaughter statutes
In Florida will resume in Fridays
edition.
Space limitations and further
Investigation dictated its dele deletion
tion deletion from this edition.

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the pamphlets were and I in informed
formed informed them. They then appre apprehended
hended apprehended Bill Sykes with about 900
copies and signs calling for peo people
ple people to go to Anderson Hall.
The two signs are now in Adams
office.
Castello said once students ar arrived
rived arrived at Anderson they would
have been given copies of the
pamphlet.
Dean Adams said the police
now' had the remaining copies and
would not release them.

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Not coordinated, but zealous. Thats what
the publishers of the ill-fated Orange Pulp had to
say about it. Cartoonist for the above front coyer of
the mimeographed publication combined editorial
effort with a dig to express the Pulps feelings on
the Orange Peel situation.

Board To Hear
Peel Revisions

By BEN GARRETT
Gator Staff Writer
A revised charter for a
humor magazine at the
UF will be presented to
a meeting of the Board
of Student Publications
Planning and Editorial
Committees Wednesday,
but whether it will be the
Orange Peel remains a
question mark.
The revised charter was
drawn up by a committee from
Student government and stu student
dent student publications.
UF Pres. Dr. J. Wayne Reitz
declined to comment, saying he
did not wish to influence the
decision of the Board of Stu Student
dent Student Publications.
The board has final authority
to accept or deny the revised
charter. Wednesdays meeting
is not a regular meeting of the
board and no final action can be
taken at that time.
Members of the revision com committee
mittee committee were Student Body Pres.
Bin Trick el, Orange Peel Man Managing
aging Managing Editor Jack Horan, Al Alligator
ligator Alligator Editor Bill Ourry, Alli Alligator
gator Alligator Managing Editor Tom
Gibson and Homer Spence, a
former member of the Board
of Student Publications.
According to Gibson, the
charter recommends a board of
student editors to act as a six sixheaded
headed sixheaded editor. This board
would be made up of the two
editors of the Alligator, the Sem Seminole
inole Seminole editor, Scope editor and

Rioters Face UF and-or Court Discipline

EDITOR'S NOTE: This is Hi*
first of a series mi Hie legal, so social,
cial, social, and personal consequences
of student riots.
By DAVID WEST
Gator Executive Editor
If a student is arrested for par participation
ticipation participation in a riot he may face
local courts as well as the UF
Discipline Committee, according
to Municipal Court Judge Wade
Hampton.
Hampton, a UF law graduate,
explained that whenever a student
participates in a riot, he is
breaking several state statutes as
well as UF regulations and may
end up in prison for 12 months
and pay SSOO.
Florida Statute 807.01 states:
All persons guilty of riot shall be
punished by imprisonment not to

The idea for the Pulp came
after the protest demonstration
last week and cost about S3O, Cos Costello
tello Costello said.
Castello said he didnt know
what action the Disciplinary Com Committee
mittee Committee would take. Adams and
Cross told me we could be kick kicked
ed kicked out of school.
Cross denied the boys were ever
threatened with suspension or ex expulsion.
pulsion. expulsion.
I will probably feel the effects
of this later but right now I think
it is a farce, Castello said.

two editors of the Orange Peel.
The revised charter also con contains
tains contains procedures for impeach impeachment
ment impeachment and removal of the maga magazines
zines magazines editors for printing ma material
terial material not unanimously approved
of by the Board of Student Edi Editors.
tors. Editors.
The name of the magazine has
been left blank in the revised
charter, but student govern government
ment government is encouraging thu
name Orange Peel somewhere
in the title, Trickea said.
Reitz has said he would sup support
port support action on the part of the
Board of Student Publications
in chartering a new campus
magazine of satirical content.
Reitz stated in a letter to
Trickel he felt the need for a
student humor magazine but
that he does not favor a maga magazine
zine magazine under the Orange Peel
banner.
Im afraid the Orange Peel
has achieved a certain reputa reputation
tion reputation that no mechanical devices
such as a censorship board
could change, Board Member
Ralph Thompson has said.
Spence said he doubted the
board would recharter the Peel
anyway without indications
from Reitz that he would allow
the magazine to print under the
Orange Peel banner.
The Peel was originally sus suspended
pended suspended last January when the
magazine was between editors.
The board revoked the maga magazines
zines magazines charter by a 4-2 vote
after a dosed meeting with
Reitz on April 16.

exceed 12 months and by fine
not to exceed S6OO.
The law defines a riot as an
unlawful assembly where three or
more persona meet to commit a
breach of the peace.
Hampton said that in the past
the UF and the local authorities
have worked closely with rioteers,
and the UF notifies city officials
when they feel help is needed.
But once a student is arrested
he is dealt with in the same man manner
ner manner as local citizens.
The following steps to safeguard
students were decided upon Fri Friday
day Friday in a student administration
committee to prevent such action:
1) If a potential riot form s all
living areas would be notified

University of Florido Gainesville, Tuesday, May 1,1962

Tom C. Clark
Guest Speaker
For Law Day
US Supreme Court Justice Tom
C. Clark will address Florida
lawyers and jurists during the UF
College of Laws second annual
Law Day program, May 4 and 5.
Justice Clark will deliver the
dedicatory address for the new
wing of the College of Law Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, May 5. Law Day begins
Friday with a reception and re reunion
union reunion dinners for six classes. The
classes being honored are those of
1928- 29, *3O, *4B, 49 and *SO.
UF President J. Wayne Reitz
will preside over the dedication
ceremonies and State Treasurer
J. Edwin Larson will accept the
new law building on behalf of the
citizens of Florida.
Law Day, traditionally held May
1, has moved its celebra celebration
tion celebration to the weekend to accom accommodate
modate accommodate an extended program.
A workshop on the relationship
of law to psychiatry is scheduled
for Saturday. The workshop will
be led by Dr. Jay Katz of Yale
University and Dr. Andrew S.
Watson of the University of Mi Michigan.
chigan. Michigan. Both are psychiatrists and
lawyers.
Psychiatrists from the UF Col College
lege College of Medicine will join pro professors
fessors professors from the College of Law
in the sessions.
Jurists attending the program
will take part in a special work workshop
shop workshop on the uses of the pretrial
conference in criminal cases. A
special judiciary luncheon is
scheduled for Saturday noon with
Chief Justice B. K. Roberts of the
Florida Supreme Court presiding.
Dean Robert Farley of the Uni University
versity University of Mississippi College of
Law, visiting professor at the UF
this semester, will be toastmaster.
New ISO
Officers Plan
Social Revamp
Fahed Barazi of Syria was
elected president of .International
Student Organization (ISO) Friday
night. He and his cabinet intend
to revamp ISOs entire program.
Cultural and social programs
to promote the exchange of ideas j
between international and Ameri- j
can students at the UF have been
entirely inadequate, stated the
new president. The ISO, which
should have provided the means
to this end, has failed completely
during the last few years. It has
been stagnating, and with it, the
status of international students
on campus.
One of our main objectives for
the coming year will be to en engender
gender engender a national dignity in every
international student on campus
through a stepped up cultural
and social program, Barazi con continued.
tinued. continued.
The ISO cabinet used to call
for a meeting and then sit down
and talk for two hours without
reaching a definite plan of action.
We want to bring the ISO back
to life; it seems to have been
dead for the last three years.
I think that the combination
of social life and cultural ex exchange
change exchange plus a more lively and
interesting presentation of ISO
functions to attract student notice
and participation will accomplish
this purpose, Barazi concluded.
Also elected Friday night were
Rafael Quintana, vice-president;
Adel Hilwani, treasurer; Helen
Weber, corresponding secretary;
and M&ryanne Awtrey, recording
secretary.
Installation of officers will be
combined with a social featuring
El Chico and his band Fri Friday
day Friday night at Rawlings Hall.

By DAVID LAWRENCE JR.
Gator Editorial Assistant
Dr. Byron Hollinshead, con consultant
sultant consultant to UF Pres. J. Wayne
Reitz on the Role and Scope
study here, is expected to be
named interim or permanent
University College dean with within
in within a few days.
Hollinshead succeeds retiring,
70-year-old dean Winston W.

DR. BYRON HOLLINSHEAD

Mascot Alberta Dies;
Survived by Albert If
Alberta is dead. And her death can
be chalked up at least partly to student
shenanigans.
University police received a Dead
alligator report Saturday night. It is
estimated that the gator died sometime
Saturday afternoon.
Alberta had been ill for several
weeks, following the pouring of soap
powder into her pen, according to N. R.
Lake, UF superintendent of grounds.
It affected both her and her pen penmate,
mate, penmate, he said. That sudsy stuff is aw awfully
fully awfully hard on their hides.
Lake said the gators had been fight-
ing frequently and the suds irritated a
wound on Albertas tail.
A representative of the Ross Allen
Reptile Farm, which donated the gators
to the UF several months ago, gave Al Alberta
berta Alberta a check-up Thursday and reported
she was suffering from pneumonia.

and resident officials would be
stationed at the doors to notify
the leaving students of a po potential
tential potential riot. Students would be
asked to show identification but
would not be contained or quizzed
as to destination in any manner.
2) Student Government and UF
officials would be notified to gath gather
er gather at certain points. From there
they would proceed to the place
of potential trouble.
3) UF police would be notified
and would proceed to the scene
of the gathering.
41 If in the opinion of the po police
lice police the crowd constituted a dis disturbance
turbance disturbance of the peace, the stu students
dents students would be ordered to disfean,
immediately. After five minutes
all persons left would be consid considred

Hollinshead May Get
University College Dean

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. . UF Swim Fins and Aqua Gators in a synchronized water show feat. There
are nine members in the picture. Count them. The show was at the UF pool Fri Friday
day Friday night. (Photo courtesy of Sam Johnston.)

Little, head of the lower di division
vision division program since 1937.
He (Hollinshead) has not
been appointed as yet, Reitz
said last night, but an an announcement
nouncement announcement should come with within
in within a few days.
According to Reitz, the UF
administration has not decided
whether to name Littles succes successor
sor successor interim or permanent dean.
Appointments o f permanent
deans of UF colleges and
schools are subject to State
Board of Control approval.
University College, a pioneer
program in the lower division
general education field, was
established in 1)935. Taught in
the program are American In Institutions,
stitutions, Institutions, the physical sciences,
English, mathematics and logic,
the humanities and biology.
Little# retirement is effective
June 30.
Hollinshead came to the UF
last August, as consultant to
Reitz on the Role tmd Scope
study, a current self-evaluation
program designed to establish
guidelines for future UF expan expansion.
sion. expansion.
Listed in Whos Who in
America, Hollinshead was bom
in Medford, N. J., receiving his
bachelor of arts degree from

red considred an unruly mob.
5) At this point all efforts to
disassemble the crowd by words
would cease and all non-partici non-participants
pants non-participants would be assumed gone.
The police would start methods of
force to prevent a full stage riot.
Its this point we never want
to reach again, said UF Police
Chief Audie Shuler, but If we
have to break up a crowd we
are prepared.
One week ago this point was
not reached. Students gathered to
protest the banning of the Orange
Peel, at one point it appeared
to be getting out of hand, said
Dean of Men Frank T. Adams
but the students who appeared
to want a riot more than an
Orange Peel were soon weeded

Brown University in Providence,
R. I. An English major, he re received
ceived received Kis masters degree from
RuckneH University in Lewis Lewisburg,
burg, Lewisburg, Pa.
The 60-year-old educator has
received two honorary docto doctorates
rates doctorates a doctor of letters de degree
gree degree from Miami University in
Oxford, Ohio, and a law doc doctorate
torate doctorate from Grinnell College
in Grinnell, lowa.
Prior to his Role and Scope
study assignment, Hollinshead
worked with the American
Council on Education in Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, D. C., which recom recommends
mends recommends educational changes for
colleges and universities.
Hollinshead also has served
as Director of Technical Assis Assistance
tance Assistance for the United Nations
Educational, Scientific and Cul Cultural
tural Cultural Organization (UNESCO),
in Paris, France, and on the

Edututors Tour
UF Futilities

The UF is being graded.
Representatives from the South Southern
ern Southern Association of Colleges and
Schools will end an Inspection
tour of UF facilities Wednesday
and then turn report cards in to
UF Pres. J. Wayne Reitz.
The 20 member Southern As Association
sociation Association team of educators arriv arrived
ed arrived here Sunday to begin a four fourday
day fourday evaluation of various phases
of higher education efforts.
Required for accreditation pur purposes
poses purposes every 10 years, the inspec inspection
tion inspection Is connected with self selfevaluation
evaluation selfevaluation studies now going
on at the UF.
Association committee members
began a series of conferences yes yesterday
terday yesterday with UF personnel. A pre preliminary
liminary preliminary report on the commit committees
tees committees findings will be presented to
Reitz Wednesday followed by a
later complete written report.
The UFs current self evalua evaluation
tion evaluation programs began in July,
1960, as the State Board of Con Control
trol Control authorized a Role and
Scope study to make projects
and establish guidelines for ex expansion.
pansion. expansion.
Chairman of the Role and
Scope program is UF Vice
Pres. Harry Philpott. Dr. Byron

out and the group went into the
University Auditorium hashed
out the problem and when they
came out they went in 18 different
directions.
Student Body Pres. Bill Trickel
said he felt students have a right
to express themselves even in
mass demonstrations so long
as the demonstrations are mature
and constructive. But such demon demonstrations
strations demonstrations at night often get out of
hand and are neither constructive
nor altogether safe.
Trickel suggested that when an
issue which students feel strongly
arise, Student Government will
call a mass meeting in the Flor Florida
ida Florida Gym.
This is the type of protest
held recently by the faculty in
connection with merit pay raises.

The
Wrong
Woy?
See Page 4

Six Pages This Edition

Rockefeller Foundations Com Commission
mission Commission on Finance Studies for
Higher Institutions.
Little, a graduate of the Uni University
versity University of Mississippi in 1914
and a Mississippi native, served
as an artillery battery com commander
mander commander in the World War I
Battle of the Argonne.
For 10 years after the war,
Little attended the three-month
summer sessions at the Uni University
versity University of Chicago and received
his masters degree there.
His Florida educational ca career
reer career includes teaching experi experience
ence experience at DeSoto County High
School in Arcadia and princi principal
pal principal of a St. Petersburg high
school.
Joining the UF in 1031 u
a professor of education, Little
took his only leave of absence
during World War H to teach
military government.

Hollinshead came here last Au August
gust August as special consultant to
Reitz on the study.
We should have the Role and
Scope study out within another
night. According to Hollinshead,
the study is completed and al already
ready already sent /to a local printing
firm.
The self evaluation programs
cover a five-year period ending
June 30 of last year.
Another major evaluation pro program
gram program was completed in March for
the Southern Association. The
four volume study was pub published
lished published in April and is available to
UF students and personnel in the
library here.
Areas covered in the Associa Association
tion Association directed study include his history
tory history of the UF, purpose and or organization
ganization organization of the study, resident
graduate and undergraduate pro programs,
grams, programs, faculty, student personnel,
physical plant and facilities, re research
search research programs and special ac activities.
tivities. activities.
The last of a trio of self-evalua self-evaluation
tion self-evaluation is the Digest of Un Unit
it Unit Reports, which will be present presented
ed presented later this year to the Board
of Control.
All three reports cover the same
basic areas.
Chairman of the Association
committee is Dean Jack R. Wil Williams
liams Williams of Clemson College.
Members included on the com committee
mittee committee are Dr. Judson C. Ward
of Emory University, Father
A. E. Doyle of Loyola Univer University,
sity, University, Porter Kellam of the Uni University
versity University of Georgia, Dean Truman
M. Pierce of Auburn University,
Dr. Henry T. Claric of the Uni University
versity University of North Carolina, Tho Thomas
mas Thomas E. McDonough of Emory Uni University,
versity, University, Dean Frank S. Kaulback
of the University of Virginia.
Dean Pa/ul M. Heffeman of Geor Georgia
gia Georgia Tech, Dean John Wade of
Vanderbilt University, Pres.
Frank G. Dickey of the University
of Kentucky, Dr. Louis A. Pardue
of Virginia Tech, Dean James E.
Foy of Aitoum, W. C. Tucker of
University of Tennessee, Dr.
George A. Gullette, Pres. D. W.
Colvard of Mississippi State, Dr.
Dale R. Carver of Louisiana State
University, Dr. J. Eugene Welden
of the University of Chicago, Hen Henry
ry Henry Clepper of the Society of Ameri American
can American Foresters and Gordon Sweet
of the Southern Association.
Gator Extends
Award Deadline
The deadline for the annual Al Alligator
ligator Alligator Man of the Year award
has been extended to Wednesday.
This year, students and faouy
are requested to help select the
Man of the Year. Last year
was the first year that the entire
student body was asked to sen-1
in nominations.
Possible nominees may include
any person in the state who has
contributed signiflcantfly to high higher
er higher education in Florida over the
past year, especially with regard
-to the UF. The man does not
have to be or have been a stu student
dent student or faculty member of the
UF.
Judging and final decisions will
be made by the Alligator staff.
Nominations should be sent to
the Alligator office, Room 8
Florida Union, and postmarked by
midnight.



Page 2

Biologist's Sea Turtle Paperback
Hits Best Seller List in Russia

A book about turtle* may re reward
ward reward its author with royalty pay payments
ments payments In caviar for UF biologist
Dr. Archie Carr. He faces such a
possibility now that hes learned
his "Windward Hoad", written in
1056, has become a beet seller in
the Soviet Union.
The book called attention to the
plight of the sea turtle for sur survival.
vival. survival.
"kaet week I got a letter from
Moscow written in Russian," said
Carr. The only word* in English
aid, The Windward Rood so I
knew it was about my book."
Through a Russian language
translator on campus, Dr. Carr
learned the letter was from a Rus Russian
sian Russian admirer who had translated
the book into their language.
Navetrennaya Dorogo" is now
in paperback edition and has ob obtained
tained obtained wide diffusion among So Soviet
viet Soviet readers, the letter said.
"My publisher is going to at attempt
tempt attempt to negotiate for a settle settlement,"
ment," settlement," said Dr. Oarr, "but frank frankly
ly frankly I dont anticipate much suc success."
cess." success."
"However, I have high hopes of
getting a trip to Russia and per perhaps
haps perhaps bringing back some caviar
in part payment," he quipped-
The news from Russia is only
the latest of a chain of events
Carr set in motion when he wrote
the popular book seven years ago.
He was happy enough about the
literary recognition it received
Oirf Rescued
At Wauburg
An unidentified girl was rescued
by a lifeguard at Camp Wauburg
Saturday when she apparently
tired while taking a swimming
test and sank from view.
Robert Louis Voelkel, 2UC, was
administering the teat and Jump Jumped
ed Jumped in and brought her to the
ehore. Another student, Craig Mac Macintosh,
intosh, Macintosh, i BA, reached the girt at
the seme time as Voelkel.

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    the OHenry and John Burroughs
    awards but still better, he had
    a means of focusing attention on
    a project to which he has dedi dedicated
    cated dedicated Mi life-
    Cary |g concerned with the ex extinction
    tinction extinction f the gyeen sea turtle in
    the Caribbean area and has de devoted
    voted devoted many years studying the
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    UF biologist Archie Carr is amazed reading a recent letter from Russia to
    !tani that his Windward Road is a best seller there. Published here in 1955,
    the book explores the plight of the turtle as a vanishing species, Carr had ns
    previous knowledge it had been translated by the Russians. The green turtle
    would prefer any royalties be paid in fish.

    For centuries the giant sea tur turtle
    tle turtle has served as an abundant food
    supply for coastal inhabitants, and
    crews of Spanish galleons, Eng English
    lish English raiders and pirate ships. Stor Stored
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    insured a fresh meat supply on
    the long voyages originating from
    the Spanish Main.
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    turtle who provided the moM aen*
    venient food supply, since ply
    the female ever comet ashore,
    and than only to lay he? egg* at
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    CIOA R E T T

    FAA Presents
    Urban Planning
    Symposium
    A symposium discussing the ex expanding
    panding expanding services and responsibili responsibilities
    ties responsibilities required of the architect in
    the development of urban plann planning
    ing planning will he presented Thursday,
    May 9, m campus.
    Conducted by the UF Depart Department
    ment Department of Architecture, the meeting
    win be held at i p-ro. in pan
    McCarty Auditorium.
    The symposium is sponsored by
    the Associate Student Chapter of
    the Florida, Association of Archi Architect*
    tect* Architect* (faa). Thy FAA l the state
    unit of the American Institute of
    Architects (AIA).
    Keynoting the symposium will
    be an address by Bruce Graham
    f the Chicago architecture firm,
    Skidmore, Owing*, and Merrill.
    Moderating a panel on the ur.
    ban planning will be James T.
    Landrum, head of the UF De Department
    partment Department of Architecture. Pane Panelists
    lists Panelists include Dr. Richard Dewey,
    head of die Department of Socio Sociology
    logy Sociology from the University Os New
    Hampshire; Hiram Williams, as aselstant
    elstant aselstant professor of adva peed
    painting of the UF, and Dr. Clay Claytan
    tan Claytan Curtis, associate professor of
    real estate, also from the UF.
    The symposium is open to the
    public.
    Mora, Cruz To
    Head Latin-Am.
    Nelson Mora of Venezuela was
    re elected president of Latin-
    American Club Thursday night.
    Re-elected vice-president was Al Alberta
    berta Alberta Crm of Cuba.
    New officers are Frank Glinn of
    Hollywood, secretary; Rene Ca Cabrera
    brera Cabrera of Cuba, under-secretary;
    Marie Ordonez of Honduras, trea treasurer;
    surer; treasurer; and Pat Jansen, Panama,
    editor of the plubs newsletter,
    "The Latin Way".
    The clubs first goal will be to
    continue bringing more American
    students into the elub, according
    to Mora. Social and cultural ac activities
    tivities activities will also be expanded,
    "Latin American Club partici participated
    pated participated as a group in the interna international
    tional international Talent Show for the first
    time this year and won first prize
    in the foreign division," said
    Mora. "We hevp also assumed the
    sponsorship of the annual Pan-
    American queen contest."
    Tentative plans for next fall in include
    clude include instituting a turtoring ser service
    vice service for students taking Spanish
    courses and sponsoring dances
    with a Latin theme at the Club
    Rendezvous.

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    Rare Books, Manuscripts
    Available to UF Students

    The Special Collections Depart Department
    ment Department of the University of Florida
    Library was established in 1960
    by John L. Buechler. It was es established
    tablished established to aid the graduate stu student
    dent student in doing research work, said
    Mrs. fi. B. Mclntyre, librarian.
    The department has a rare book
    collection that contains a con contemporary
    temporary contemporary poetry collection, a
    creative writing collection, and a
    manuscript collection.
    Available in the rare book col collection
    lection collection are first editipns of works
    by William Butler Yeats, Robert
    L. Stevenson, Charles Dickens,
    Walt Whitman, Harriet Beecher
    gtowe, Mark Twain, and Marjorie
    Kino an Rawlings.
    In the contemporary poetry col collection

    lection collection first editions Q t the works
    of 20th century English and Am American
    erican American poets are available. Includ Included
    ed Included are poems by Robert Frost,
    Edith Sitwell, and Osbert Sitwell.
    The creative writing collection
    includes approximately 300 vol volumes
    umes volumes by contemporary authors,
    with emphasis on Florida authors.
    Original manuscripts are also
    available for some of the books.
    Mrs. Mclntyre says that the
    Special Collection Department pro probably
    bably probably has the largest collection of
    the works of Marjorie Kinnan
    Rawlings. When M.K. Rawlings
    died she left her personal libr library
    ary library to the University of Florida.
    There are also a number of man manuscripts
    uscripts manuscripts and personal letter of

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    collectors often give parts of their
    collections to the department.
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    Mark Twins Eves Diary and
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    of the Bible. There is also a pre-
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    Camping Group Lured to V/oods;
    Sponsored by School of Forestry

    By NANCY HAMILTON
    Gator Staff Writer
    Wood smoke drifting 1 as i 1 y
    through the pines.
    Bacon sizzling over an open
    fire.
    The smells of spring lure the
    Florida Camping Association fam families
    ilies families back to nature."
    Trailers, station wagons and
    family cars loaded with camping
    gear and Junior's comic books
    roftled into Camp Crystal Lake
    last weekend.
    Too often," suggested Dr. Ken Kenneth

    Book Will Treat
    Engineer Law

    If a building contractor excav excavates
    ates excavates on the lot next to yours
    and your bouse begins to crack,
    It isnt necessary to wait until it
    slides into tha pit before starting
    legal action.
    You can atop the digging, at
    least temporarily, with a court
    injunction.
    This and dozens of similar ex examples
    amples examples were used by a UF en engineering
    gineering engineering professor in compiling
    a textbook.
    Richard C. Vaughn, author of
    Legal Aspects of Engineering,"
    aays most of hi# ideas iif the new
    book came from questions his stu students
    dents students asked in a course he teach teaches
    es teaches on engineering ethics and le legal
    gal legal procedures.
    Why does an engineering stu student
    dent student need to know law?
    He really doesnt," aays Vau Vaughn.
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    neth Kenneth R. Swinford, of the UF School
    of Forestry, *the average Amer American
    ican American family has the time and mo money
    ney money to see a lot of our country
    at reasonable cost, but lacks the
    know-how."
    The camp out, the fourth the
    group has held, was designed to
    get people together people
    who really anjoy camping and
    provide the know-how necessary
    to make family camping a safe
    and satisfying experience.
    Pitching a tent, rolling out
    sleeping bags, cooking meals was

    make a lawyer out of anyone,
    but it does prepare future engin engineers
    eers engineers to recognize situations
    which are serious enough to re require
    quire require the services of a lawyer."
    Begining this summer the book
    will be used as a text at the
    College of Engineering.
    During the three and one-half
    years he worked on the book
    engineering professor Vaughn
    worked closely with College of Law
    faculty and utilized the research
    facilities of the College of Law-
    Library.
    The book includes judicial opin opinions
    ions opinions to give insight to legal rea reasoning,
    soning, reasoning, and discusses bodies of
    law concerning contracts, torts,
    property, sales and patents.
    The 87-year-old professor, who
    holds degrees from the Universi Universities
    ties Universities of Michigan and Toledo, join joined
    ed joined the UF faculty in 1957.

    to be a joint family project.
    Everybody pitche* in and does
    their share, said the associations
    temporary chairman, E. C. Milli Milligan,
    gan, Milligan, of "Ocala. Kids seem to like
    doing chores when theyre camp camping."
    ing." camping."
    Family camping, according to
    Milligan, fosters a spirit of friend friendship
    ship friendship and togetherness often lost in
    the hustle and bustle of modern
    living.
    Veterans of camping met neo neophyte
    phyte neophyte campers and gave them the
    benefit of the mistakes they have
    made. Experts were on hand to
    give the how" and why" of
    camping experiences.
    Supervised activities, such as
    swimming, fishing and riflery are
    planned for small fry, as well as
    for adults. This gives Mom and
    Pop a chance to relax and swap
    camping tips with their neighbors
    while Junior is in swimming.
    The Florida Family Camping
    Association grew out of an idea
    presented to the staff of the School
    of Forestry in the fall of 1960.
    the idea behind our move movement,"
    ment," movement," said Swinford, one of the
    originators, is to teach families
    the camping skills they should
    know to explore the wonders of
    parks, forests and other wide open
    spaces available for camping."
    The first family camping work workshop
    shop workshop was held at Camp Crystal,
    located near Highway 100, four
    miles north of Keystone Heights,
    in April, 1961. The outgrowth of
    this meeting was the organization
    of the association. A similar camp campout
    out campout followed in September, anoth another
    er another in November and one in Feb February
    ruary February of this year.
    Additional information may be
    obtained from Prof. Charles G.
    Geltz, School of Forestry.

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    THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR

    Page Four

    STUDENT GOVERNMENT lead leaders
    ers leaders and President J. Wayne Reitz
    have asked for mature demonstra demonstrations
    tions demonstrations and exhibitions on matters which
    cause student concern. Last Sunday
    night two students distributed a
    pamphlet which called for a com compromise
    promise compromise on the Orange Peel situa situation.
    tion. situation.
    * The idea was a sound one. It called
    for a faculty committee to review the
    Peels progress for one year and
    after that year to lift the probation
    if the Board of Student Publications
    was satisfied.
    Dean of Men Frank Adams said he
    did not mind the content but it came
    at a bad time and was against Univer University
    sity University regulation for an individual stu student
    dent student to distribute literature and put
    up banners without first obtaining per permission

    UF President Dr. J. Wayne Reitz
    decision not to comment on a new
    charter for the Orange Peel because
    he does not want to influence the de decision
    cision decision of the Board of Student Publi Publications
    cations Publications is disappointing. In this case
    his silence speaks louder than words.
    Dr. Reitz has openly said that he
    does not favor a humor magazine un under
    der under the Orange Peel banner. He has,
    however, taken a very commendable
    step in recognizing the need for a
    campus humor magazine.
    Student leaders, however, feel that
    the name Orange Peel should be
    included in the title of a new humor
    magazine. They base their argument
    on principles and have drawn up a
    new charter for the magazine which
    would change the content of the
    magazine drastically. A board of stu student
    dent student editors would be listed on the
    masthead of the magazine and would
    have to vote unanimously on all ma material
    terial material to be published. The same board
    w-ould review the magazine before it
    was distributed and should it discov discover

    ! Alberta is dead.
    The following quoted material
    from the Alligators editorial page
    on December 8,1961 is sufficient com commentary
    mentary commentary :
    Whether or not you are for or
    against the decision to definitely get two
    alligator mascots to replace Albert one
    has to admire Dr. Reitz for referring the
    final decision to the students.
    With all the pressures he has been
    under because of mascot incidents it

    LEGISLATIVE Council members are
    urged to vote tonight in favor of paying
    a $250 bill incurred by the Board of
    Student Publications outside of the
    boards constitutional authority.
    The bill was tabled- at the last meet meeting
    ing meeting of the Council. It is in the best in interests
    terests interests of the student body that the bill
    be paid with the understanding that
    the Council is doing so not to advocate
    bypassing the student body constitution
    but rather to show that the students are

    FISCHER

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    the wrong way?

    another apPEEL

    'nuff said

    pass it

    Editorials

    mission permission from the proper authorities.
    WE DO NOT necessarily disagree
    with the rule of obtaining permission
    beforehand, but to halt distribution
    of literature which is admittedly okay,
    simply on the matter of timeliness ap appears
    pears appears wrong. And to call the matter
    before the disciplinary committee,
    causing embarrassment to the stu students
    dents students as well as their families just on
    the matter of timeliness is unreason unreasonable.
    able. unreasonable.
    We believe the students had a
    sincere interest in the Orange Peel,
    they signed their names to the publi publication
    cation publication and were cooperative when
    questioned. They made the mistake of
    not going through proper channels.
    If they had gone through proper
    channels would their action have been
    approved ?

    er discover any material not passed by the
    board would have to give majority
    approval before the magazine would
    be distributed.
    Should anything be printed with without
    out without the Board of Student Editors ap approval
    proval approval then the editor of the Orange
    Peel would be automatically called
    for impeachment with the Honor
    Court ruling on his removal (au (automatic
    tomatic (automatic if it is proved that the editor
    did not submit the material for ap approval.)
    proval.) approval.) The second verdict would be
    on actual content of the material. If
    the Honor Court found the material in
    violation of the magazines charter it
    would turn the editor over to the
    Faculty Disciplinary Committee.
    Student leaders have decided that
    there is a principle involved and that
    the name Orange Peel represents
    more than the previous content of the
    magazine does.
    We feel that this principle is worthy
    of Board of Student Publications ap approval
    proval approval when the board meets to de decide
    cide decide on a new magazine.

    was really surprising that he did not
    recommend abolishing the tradition.
    But by placing it in student hands it
    became a student problem.
    Student government leaders had to
    pledge that the first incident against
    our new mascots would result in the ab absolute
    solute absolute abolition of the tradition.
    Any decision now about the mascots
    will be made not by the administration
    but by the actions of the student body.
    THE STUDENTS have made the de decision.
    cision. decision.

    reasonable and responsible.
    WE RECOMMEND that the bill be
    passed with a rider stating that the Leg Legislative
    islative Legislative Council will not pass any further
    legislation which openly refutes its au authority
    thority authority on such matters.
    Furthering of current derision on pay payment
    ment payment of the bill will only serve the pur purposes
    poses purposes of those who would like to see
    Student Government left without stu student
    dent student authority and thus without respon responsibility.
    sibility. responsibility.

    Tuesdoy, May 1,1962

    Is tha Southern Regional Accrediting Evaluation Team viewing a real univer university
    sity university or one without expressed student responsibility?
    ARTIFACTS

    Everything's Up to ? in Dixie County

    By NANCY MYKEL
    The legislative vote otf each
    person in Dixie County is worth
    that of 69 Miamians. In other
    words, theoretically, the influ influence
    ence influence of each Dixie County per person
    son person is 69 times more power powerful
    ful powerful than that of someone re residing
    siding residing in Dade County.
    The Dixie County Advocate,
    owned by Sheriff A1 Parker
    and L. V. Parker, is the offi offifrom

    cial organ and
    only newspa newspaper
    per newspaper published
    in Dixie Coun County,
    ty, County, serving an
    area of more
    than 6,000 per persons.
    sons. persons. More
    than 81 per
    cent of the
    voters sup supported
    ported supported Bryant.
    Has weight-

    MYKEL

    ed voting power produced an
    aware, enlightened populace ex exerting
    erting exerting its responsibility in a
    law-abiding progressive county?
    One B. F. Dyal, in a history
    of Dixie County research paper
    now in the Library of Florida
    History, said, The public wel welfare
    fare welfare and safety of the citizens
    of Dixie County has been a
    force. Dixie County has long
    enjoyed the dubious distinction
    of being one of the roughest
    spots in the state.
    SUNDAY night, April 8, a
    UF professor and his wife were
    returning from Dixie County,
    when a car tried to force them
    off the road.
    It came back and succeeded
    in forcing the professors car
    in shallow water alongside the
    highway. The professor got out.
    The car came back, stopped,
    and three teen-agers advanced,
    one opening a knife.
    The professor knew judo
    and was able to take the knife

    LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    Education Committee Backs Incumbents

    EDITOR:
    The Education Analysis Com Committee
    mittee Committee of Student Government
    is charged with continuing stu study
    dy study of the University of Floridas
    total program. We feel the Ala Alachua
    chua Alachua County Legislative Dele Delegation
    gation Delegation is of great importance

    Reader Defends Columnist

    EDITOR:
    Nancy Mykel was the object
    of a personal attack in your last
    issue. It seemed to me unwar unwarranted
    ranted unwarranted and undeserving of pub publication.
    lication. publication. Factual corrections are
    one matter. Calling a writer
    incompetent and too lazy is
    another affair. If anything is the
    case, it is that Mrs. Mykel is
    too skillful a reporter, TOO
    energetic a researcher and TOO
    mindful of supraordinate princi principles
    ples principles for the dikes of certain
    campus cliques.
    I am sure that her detractor

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    from offifrom the boy, but in the process
    he broke the boys arm.
    By this time the professors
    wife had taken the gun from
    the glove compartment. She
    gave it to the professor to hold
    on the three until a passing mo motorist
    torist motorist summoned help.
    He filed charges and returned
    to Gainesville.
    And then it began. The phone
    rang continuously, he said.
    People cajoling, pleading, and
    threatening him to withdraw
    the charges. (The boy with the
    knife was nephew of one of the
    most powerful men in the coun county.
    ty. county. A second wa g another poli politicians
    ticians politicians son.)
    FINALLY someone who iden identified
    tified identified himself as a member of
    the Board of Control called, tell telling
    ing telling the professor to drop the
    charges or lose his job.
    Several members of his fami family
    ly family are state-employed. It was
    clear that they would all be
    out of work unless the charges
    were dropped against the Dixie
    County boys. So said the my mysterious
    sterious mysterious caller.
    The professor comes from a
    foreign country, and has not
    been an American citizen for
    very many years. He did not
    question the authenticity of the
    board of control caller. He
    dropped the charges.
    He may have dropped them
    anyway, figuring that a broken
    arm was price enough to pay.
    But the facts remain that he
    was intimidated into withdraw withdrawing
    ing withdrawing charges.
    .* *
    THE STORY has leaked out
    around campus. Reporters on at
    least three state papers have
    tried without success to get
    enough meat for a straight
    news story.
    The Dixie County sheriff told
    a reporter that he knew nothing
    about the matter.

    in our attempts to provide qual quality
    ity quality education at the University.
    We feel these men represent us
    as citizens of this county. Dur During
    ing During the past month the commit committee
    tee committee has investigated and con considered
    sidered considered the qualification plat platforms
    forms platforms and records of the eandi eandidates

    only wishes what he said were
    true, so that the Alligator
    would be equivalent to Home Homeroom
    room Homeroom News Grade 13-16.
    Well, fortunately for the news newspaper
    paper newspaper and for this university,
    we have Mrs. Mykel. Those of
    ue who can remember some
    of the Alligators from years past
    know of what I speak. Be Believe
    lieve Believe me that it is a welcome
    change to look forward to the
    editions and one column in par particular
    ticular particular Artifi&cts which.
    seems forever onto some *resh
    and farsighted news story.
    A FOREIGN STUDENT

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    And so it is sinking into ob oblivion.
    livion. oblivion. The tragedy is not that
    friends of the boys, whether pow powerful
    erful powerful or uninfluential, tried every
    way they could to get the charg charges
    es charges dropped.
    The tragedy is that a profes professor
    sor professor should believe that a board
    of control member could fire a
    professor for choosing to exer exercise
    cise exercise his rights as an individual
    citizen.
    I dont believe the caller was
    a board of control member. He
    did.
    * *
    LEST THERE be a misunder misunderstanding
    standing misunderstanding in my conclusions from"
    these facts, let me spell them
    out:
    1. The AAUP should make
    sure all the faculty know their
    rights in the community, and
    by whom and for what they
    can be fired. (The AAUP should
    not have to do this, but the ad administration
    ministration administration is kept to busy
    with red tape and paperwork to
    have time.)
    2. All students returning to
    their homes should be encour encouraged
    aged encouraged to take an active interest
    in their local government.
    A common reaction to dis discussions
    cussions discussions of thi s incident around
    school ha s been that Dixie
    Countys no worse than a lot of
    others.
    Which makes the story even
    sadder.
    All this isnt about one coun county
    ty county and one professor# rights.
    It s about a much larger pro problem
    blem problem crystallized in concrete
    terms before us in this in instance.
    stance. instance. Being complex, the sit situation
    uation situation can tell us many things.
    Due to typogrophcel error,
    Delta Sigma Phi wat called "Del "Delta
    ta "Delta Sigma Pi" in the April 17th
    "Artifacts" column. One is e so social
    cial social fraternity, the other an
    honorary.

    dates eandidates for the State Legislature.
    On the basis of our investiga investigation,
    tion, investigation, the committee feels a re responsibility
    sponsibility responsibility for offering an opin opinion
    ion opinion on the vital position of
    State Senator and Representa Representative.
    tive. Representative. We strongly recommend
    to our fellow students the in incumbent
    cumbent incumbent legislative delegation
    which includes Senator J. Em Emory
    ory Emory Cross, Representatives Osee<
    Fagan and Ralph Turlington.
    These men, we feel, have ser served
    ved served the University of Florida
    well. Their record of accom accomplishments
    plishments accomplishments deserves their re return
    turn return to the legislature.
    We urge all registered stu students
    dents students to give them their sup support
    port support and vote in the coming
    election. The committee feels
    they have earned the support
    of the UF students by their past
    performance. The committee
    feels this record of accomplish accomplishments
    ments accomplishments for the University will
    be continued if these able
    men are returned to the leg
    islature.
    SHELL CLY ATT*

    THE RIGHT SIDE

    Demos Deserted South,
    Now Party For Liberals

    By DOUGLAS M IDG LEY
    Emerson Rupert, the Repub Republican
    lican Republican candidate for the United
    States Senate, in a speech de delivered
    livered delivered to a Republican gather gathering
    ing gathering last week end in Jack Jacksonville
    sonville Jacksonville made a statement which
    I think worthy of repetition.
    In essence it is this: the Sou Southern
    thern Southern Democrat* havent desert deserted
    ed deserted the Democratic Party the
    Democratic Party deserted
    them. The Democratic Party
    is no longer the party of the
    conservatives, it is the party of
    the liberals. A quick survey of
    the current Democratic adminis administration
    tration administration is sufficient to prove the
    point.
    First, Kennedy has over 30
    ADA advisers on his staff and
    if anything can be said about
    the ADA at all, it can be stat stated
    ed stated quite emphatically that this
    group is by no means conser conservative.
    vative. conservative.

    Second, a recent book entitled
    The Ldberail Papers prepared
    by twelve Democratic members
    or former members of the House
    of Representatives, in conjunc conjunction
    tion conjunction with 22 other Democrats
    who are not identified, stands
    for such things as: United
    States sponsorship of Red Chi Chinese
    nese Chinese admission to the United
    Nations; expulsion of West Ger Germany,
    many, Germany, Italy, Scandinavia and
    France from the NATO alli alliance;
    ance; alliance; demilitarization of the
    West German Republic and re recognition
    cognition recognition of East Germanys
    puppet regime; and etc. This
    too, can in no way be consid considered
    ered considered conservative.
    It is time the Jeffersonian
    Democrats woke up from their
    slumber, recognizing that they
    have been deserted by their
    own party. It is not a dirty
    proposition to stand up for the
    Republican Party but it is
    rare in the South to hear any anyone
    one anyone do it! Perhaps the reason
    lies in the fact that it is easier

    THE FLAIL

    Writer Denies Collusion,
    Claims Critics Lack Taste

    By JOHN MILLER
    Well, this seem# to be the
    Miller-hunting season, doesnt
    it? Along with Mykel-hunting
    and Grant-baiting. Gosh, gang,
    weve become a national pas pastime.
    time. pastime. Oh well, if breach of taste

    seem# to be
    my major fault
    this year, lack
    of it charac characterizes
    terizes characterizes my cri critics.
    tics. critics.
    And, heaven
    knows, that
    puts us in good
    company
    doesnt it?

    I
    MILLER

    I almost hesitate to drag an
    innocent by- stander into this
    column, even to say some something
    thing something nice. Because even then
    I wind up accused of family
    collusion, racketeering for the
    benefit of poor Dads pocket pocketbook.
    book. pocketbook. Would that I could.
    e
    This year, beyond many
    earlier fault-finders' expects-
    tions, the campus and town
    has been stole to applaud some
    of the finest educational TV
    work available. .all from the
    cameras and studios of our
    own Channel 5. With only rare
    lapses, both programming and
    technical work has started at
    a high level and consistently
    improved.
    (I am not now, nor have 1
    ever been, a member of said
    channel; my parents have no
    connection; communication stu students
    dents students hate me universally,
    Too!)
    In particular, one might sel select
    ect select the oft-and highly touted
    Age Os Kingg series and The
    Play Os The Week, on Fridays
    and Tuesdays respectively. But
    there has been much delight in
    the presentations of various
    fine arts, the N 0 Bells Ring
    (the showing of which was in-

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    to hide behind a Democratic re registration.
    gistration. registration.
    * *
    One student commented to
    me the other day that it was
    true that he is a Republican,
    but he registered Democrat. The
    reason he gave for doing this
    was that he planned a poli political
    tical political career, and said that he
    didnt want to wait until he
    was eighty to be elected. I
    pointed out to this individual
    that many counties in the state,
    such as Sarasota and Pinellas
    regularly elect Republicans to
    office, and that George Pet Petersen,
    ersen, Petersen, the Gubernatorial candi candidate
    date candidate in the last election received
    40.2 per cent of the votes. I fur further
    ther further pointed out that Florida
    has voted for a Republican
    President in the last 3 elect elections,
    ions, elections, and hasn't voted for a De Democrat
    mocrat Democrat since FDR.
    *. *
    There are many students dn
    campus who openly support the
    Republican Club, but there are
    many more who privately main maintain
    tain maintain their Republicanism to the
    last dying breath, and publicly
    with equal vigor. Some of these
    students are in positions of in influence
    fluence influence on the campus. Appar Apparently
    ently Apparently they dont mind comprcK
    mising their principles for li limited
    mited limited gains.
    I suppose it is easier for con conservatives
    servatives conservatives to mouth the Demo Democratic
    cratic Democratic credo, when the Politi Political
    cal Political Science Department is
    crawling with Democrats, most
    of whom can be judged as li liberals.
    berals. liberals. I suppose too, it is
    much easier to let a Democra Democratic
    tic Democratic professor make puns and
    denunciations of the Republican
    Party without interruption and
    objection. But failure to object
    .to this sort of thing fa again a
    compromise of principle and
    I dont feel the necessity of apo apologizing
    logizing apologizing for being a member
    of a party whose presidential
    candidate lost the election by
    merely 112,801 votes out of the
    68,883,341 votes east.

    deed a service), and many oth other
    er other nights of rewarding view viewing.
    ing. viewing.

    NOT ONLY that, the pres presentation
    entation presentation of local news and in interview
    terview interview shows has been of #uch
    quality that the consciousness
    [ of student work is most fre fre,
    , fre, quently absent fa the viewer,
    | The occasional fluffs ars only
    those inherent in the compli complication
    cation complication of the work and are
    far less frequent than one
    might feel a right to expect,
    In short, we have the pleas pleasure
    ure pleasure of watching young men
    in the preparation of a fins
    career, maintaining a prestig prestigious
    ious prestigious level of performance and
    learning, fa the process, those
    elements of fins programming
    which may, when they take
    their professional places, help
    Mr. Minows wasteland become
    one long and pleasant oasis.
    From this student, then,
    comes the suggestion that we
    might all profit from a sharp sharper
    er sharper focusing of the eampus at attention
    tention attention on what local TV *#
    to offer. Hie recent flare of in interest
    terest interest In obtaining more TV 1
    sets for student viewing prompe
    me to hope that more me will
    be made of them.
    a
    I ALSO hops that tha sta stations
    tions stations programmer* have tak taken
    en taken notice of the new series*
    Festival of th# Performing Arts,
    that to being filmed and spon sponsored
    sored sponsored by the producers of
    the King* and Play series. The
    new show (TIME, April 1*)
    will feature such artists as Se Segovia,
    govia, Segovia, OasaJs, Georgs London,
    Mieheal Flanders ft Donald
    Swan, and many others, with
    almost unlimited freedom In
    performance.
    As we weekly watch Shakes Shakesspeare
    speare Shakesspeare and Play of the Week,
    it would be wonderful to hops
    we might look forward to this
    new series, too, when ft is re released
    leased released and Obtainable.



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    CULTURE
    ON
    CAMPUS

    By SARA TODD
    Gator Staff Writer
    Music, lectures and film pre presentations
    sentations presentations are cultural activities
    on campus this week.
    screen to tonight
    night tonight 'With a C*3 special 'Death
    of a Salesman, and Play of
    the Week on educational televi television.
    sion. television.
    Arthur Millers salesman with
    his dreams of the past will star in
    the C-3 movie shown fqr the last
    time tonight at 7 and 9 in the
    FU Auditorium.
    ' Blame The Butler
    As'jriay of the week, Strind Strindberg
    berg Strindberg on Love features two dra dramas.
    mas. dramas. In the first Miss Julie, the
    proucT*Aristocratic daughter ol a
    count, falls from "her position to
    an affair with the handsome but butler,
    ler, butler, Jean.
    The, butler becoipejs dftndnating
    and arrogant when Miss Julie
    maks_him her eqtigl as a lover.
    She begs him to run away with
    her and he condemns her tqr
    lack 6f courage when ghe is afraid
    to go on ahead alone. As the
    Miss Julie torn by
    fear b.nd remorse for her actions
    decides to carry out the one act
    that Will save her name.
    The second play is a monolo monologue
    gue monologue in which Mrs. X meets Miss
    Y in' a case on Christmas Eve.
    By reviewing the relationship be between'herself
    tween'herself between'herself and Miss Y, and
    Miss Y and the faithful Mr. X,
    Mrs. X realises that Miss Y must
    be hes husbands mistress and toe
    dominating influence on Mr. X's
    life and ultimately b** own.
    Thetwo hour television pro program
    gram program can be #e@p in FU 824 at
    9 p.m.
    Music in the piasa
    Music i 8 ori tomorrow-s agenda
    with a twilight concert hy the
    University Concert Band. Conrad


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    i will be discussed.
    FLORIDA ANTHROPOLOGY
    CLUB: Meeting Friday, t p.m.
    in McCarty Auditorium. Dr.
    Charles H. Gilliland win present
    a lecture and a film entitled
    Archeological Exploration of
    Yemen.
    INTERNATIONAL STUDENT
    ORGANIZATION: A dance will
    follow the presentation of new
    officers at a social in Rawlings
    Hall Recreation Room at g p.m.
    Friday. Chive# Rand will play
    for the daneers, everyone is in invited.
    vited. invited.

    Bauschka will conduct the musi musical
    cal musical program at 6:45 in the Plaaa
    of the Americas.
    Op Thursday humanities profes professor
    sor professor Dr. Robert E. Carson will
    lecture on contemporary affairs
    in FU 324 at 8:30 p.m.
    Age of Kings" on television
    Friday night presents, The Dan Dangerous
    gerous Dangerous Brother" the 14th play In
    a serie s of Shakespeareg histori historical
    cal historical dramas. As Edward IV suc succeeds
    ceeds succeeds Henry VI a s ruler, the dead deadly
    ly deadly struggle for the throne contin continues.
    ues. continues.
    Big, Bad Brother
    Villainous Richard, Duke etf
    Gloucester, poison* the ailing
    Kings mind against their brother
    George, Duke of Clarence, and or orders
    ders orders him drowned in a barrel of
    wine. The shocking news of Ri Richards
    chards Richards marriage to Lady Anna,
    widow of the mundered Prince of
    Wales, Henry VTs son, proves fa fatal
    tal fatal to Edward IV.
    His elder son succeed# him as
    Edward V but not for long. Ri Richard
    chard Richard arrange# to be appointed
    Lord Protector and plots to over overthrow
    throw overthrow toe hoy King.
    Tha program which can be
    viewed in FU *24 begins at t p.
    m*
    Neat Monday at 8 p m- to the
    Law Auditorium Col. Harold Bach Bachman,
    man, Bachman, profassor ef mu music,
    sic, music, will present a faculty lecture.
    His topic will he The Role of
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    . . Judith Ann Huff, senior in chemical engineer engineering,
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    a degree in ehemieal engineering from the Univer University
    sity University of Florida College of Engineering. Judith is at attending
    tending attending the UF under the Florida Industries Co Cooperative
    operative Cooperative Plan, working for DuPont Chemioal Cor Corporation
    poration Corporation and attending classes alternate semesters.

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    For Engineering Co-ed

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    By KARL KRJSTOFFER&ON
    Gator Staff Writer
    The "engineering" womanis uct
    juet an allusion to femtotoe man maneuvering
    euvering maneuvering when applied to Judith
    Ann Huff, senior In chemical en,
    gtoeering.
    Judith Will be graduated in
    June from toe College of Engin Engineering
    eering Engineering at toe top of her class ti
    pht maintains her 3.79 grade av avrage.
    rage. avrage.
    gfee recently became the first
    woman from toe University of
    Florida $0 receive toe National
    Engineering Hnor Society's fan
    Beta Ft Woman# Badge.
    Judito is president of toe UF
    chapter of the Society of Women
    Engineers, a member of Sigma
    Tau Engineering Honor Society,
    and treasurer of the American
    Institute of Chemical Engineers
    on campus-
    She admit# her Chosen profes profession
    sion profession is unusual for a girl. I en enjoyed
    joyed enjoyed chemistry in high school
    more than any other subject,
    she explained. I couldn't see any
    reason for not taking it in col college.
    lege. college.
    She said her biggest problem
    was choosing between chemistry
    and chemical engineering. She
    phose engineering because it was
    offered a great practical utility.
    In spite of what you hear, I still
    believe women have a place

    12-15 hour week, and $285.6| per
    month for a 20-hour week.
    Graduate assistants usually con conduct
    duct conduct elementary labs and dis discussion
    cussion discussion groups. They are under
    the supervision of ap experienced
    faculty member, but rarely do
    those members interfere with the
    teaching. Grades are usually de decided
    cided decided in collaboration with these
    toll-time faculty members.
    This program is a very im important
    portant important part of graduate educa education,
    tion, education, said Smith. If the students
    cannot attain the financial aid they
    need at the UF, thfey wilt go
    elsewhere for their graduate work.
    In order to get better graduate
    students, he said, the UF must
    compete with other universities in
    offering financial aid.
    There is also competition in se.
    lecting graduate assistants. Smith
    said those chosen for assistant assistantships
    ships assistantships are the ones with the best
    undergraduate averages.

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    alongside men in engineering,"
    she said-
    Although she works and studies
    in a mans field, she says being
    a woman has its advantages.
    She said men are more willing to
    help a woman.
    "Maybe thats because ehival*
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    Her main problem with men in
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    their refusal to take her serious seriously
    ly seriously at first. Some of them made
    bets that she wouldn't make it.
    "When I started making better
    grades than they did, that all
    changed," said Judith.
    Judith has been attending col college
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    Co operative Plan, one in which
    engineering students attend school
    a semester and then work a se semester.
    mester. semester. She i s the only woman at
    the UF enrolled in the plan.
    Her assignment is with DuPonts
    Savannah River Plant in Aiken,
    S.C. She has already accepted an
    engineering position with them af after
    ter after graduation.
    She said the co op plan made
    her realize the importance of a
    degree in industry, and supplied
    the determination to stay in
    school whenever she became dis discouraged.
    couraged. discouraged.
    She applied for the plan in 1958,
    but was n t accepted until the
    spring of 1959. Most engineering
    firm s have no facilities for wo women,
    men, women, she explained. They hesi-
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    The national executive secretary
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    groundbreaking date for the fra fraternitys
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    have the idea that all a woman
    wants to do is get married.
    DuPont apparently had other
    ideas. Judith will have completed
    15 month* work experience with
    them by graduation, and she
    hope* to be employed in the nu nuclear
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    She was born in Cass City,
    Mich., and moved to Leesburg af after
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    Page 6

    Gators Take Eastern Title
    With Sweep of Road Trip

    By ROBERT GREEN
    Assistant Sports Editor
    Refusing to wilt under pressure,
    the Gator baseball team complet completed
    ed completed a clean sweep of a four game
    road trip and clinched the South Southeastern
    eastern Southeastern Conference Eastern Divi Division
    sion Division title on Saturday.
    The Gators downed Tennessee,
    8-3, while second place Auburn
    was losing to Kentucky, 7-4. This
    put the UF 2 x As games in front
    with two games to play. The
    teams conference record is now
    12-3 and is 19-5 overall.

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    The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, May 1 y 1962

    It was an uphill fight for the
    Gators after they lost twice to
    Auburn the weekend before to
    cut their lead to one-half game.
    After starting toe trip with a
    5-1 win over Kentucky, the Ga Gators
    tors Gators went on to eliminate the
    Wildcats from the race with a
    9-1 victory. Auburn split with Ten Tennessee,
    nessee, Tennessee, moving the UF lead to
    1% games.
    Moving over to Knoxville, the
    Gators won the Friday game 8-2
    while Auburn beat Kentucky, 5-0.
    The clincher came on Saturday
    with help from Kentuckys Cotton

    Nash, who hit two three run
    homers to help beat Auburn.
    The Gators will now meet the
    Western Division winner in a
    best of three games series to
    decide the conference champ champion.
    ion. champion. The winner will go the
    NCAA District tournament to
    gain a berth in the College
    World Series in June.
    Mississippi State is leading in
    the west, however, and if the
    Maroons win, the Gators will be
    assured of the District berth since
    State will not play because of
    their segregation rule.
    Jim Biggart picked up Satur Saturdays
    days Saturdays win with 6 2-3 innings of
    two hit relief. He took over for
    starter Henry Farmer in the third
    inning.
    The Gators had jumped off to a
    five run lead in the top of the
    first inning, but Tennessee came
    back to score three in the bottom
    of the first. Len Scheinhofts bases
    loaded double wa s the big UF
    blow. Beraie Haskins had a tri triple
    ple triple in the seventh when the Ga Gators
    tors Gators got two runs.
    Eddie Clark survived a sha shaky
    ky shaky start in Fridays game when
    he gave up a homer in tike first
    and another run in second inn inning.
    ing. inning. After that he settled down
    and pitched shutout ball for the
    rest of the game.
    A1 Lopez and Scheinhoft had
    three hit in the game and Don
    Ringgold hit a two run homer in
    the first inning.
    C. W. Price went all the way
    in Thursdays win over Kentucky
    and hit a home run, a double,
    and a single to back up his seven
    hit hurling.
    The Gator s will end their SEX?
    season with two games against
    Georgia Tech on Fridav ar urday Saturday at Gainesville. They also
    have games left with Rollins and
    Florida State.
    'Canes Swamp
    Gator Netters
    Local tennis fans got a first
    hand view of why the University
    of Miami has an unbeatable ten tennis
    nis tennis team as the Hurricanes easily
    won over the Gator squad, 7-2, at
    the varsity courts on Saturday.
    Jerry Pfeiffer had a hand in
    both erf the UFs points as he
    won the number six single match
    over Joe Schwartz, 6-4, 6-2, and
    then teamed with Ron Relbhuhn
    to win the number three doubles.
    The two beat Schwartz and Hugh
    Quinn, 5-7, 6-1, 6-1.
    In the number one match, Jim
    Shaffer put up a good fight be before
    fore before bowing to Rodney Mandel Mandelstam,
    stam, Mandelstam, 8-6, 6-4. Shaffer was down
    2-5 and at match point in the
    first game before he rallied to
    tie the score at 5-5.
    The victory was the 101st win
    in a row for the Canes who are
    on a six match road trip.
    On Friday, the Gators downed
    Rollins, 6-3, at the UF oourt,
    winning four singles and two dou doubles
    bles doubles matches.

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    who helped Coach Dave Fullers Ga Gator
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    vision Division title this season. The Gators
    will meet the Western Division cham champions
    pions champions in a three game series to de determine
    termine determine the overall SEC winner.
    From left to right: Tom Moore bat batted
    ted batted over .300 all year long, played a
    steady game at third base, and was

    Booters End Unbeaten Year
    With 7-0 Win Over Ft Stewart

    The UtF Soccer Club ended its
    season on a winning note Satur Saturday
    day Saturday afternoon as the Gator boot booters
    ers booters blanked Ft. Stewart 7-0 on
    Fleming Field.
    Ft. Stewart is an army base
    in Georgia and most of the team
    members are army personnel.
    The win gave the Gator club an
    overall 53-3-4 record since the club
    was formed in 1953.
    The UF squad scored three
    times in the first half and came
    back with four counters in the
    second period.
    Manuel Willis was the clubs
    leading scorer booting three
    goals past the Ft. Stewart goal goalie.
    ie. goalie.
    Co captain Maurice Flores,
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    Auburn handed the Gator track
    team its fourth loss in six dual
    meets as the UF squad fell, 75
    2-3 5O 1-3 at Auburn on Satur Saturday.
    day. Saturday.
    Corky Frost paced the Tigers
    to the win with three victories.
    He won the low hurdles, high
    hurdles, and the broad jump.
    George Leach won the 100 and
    220 yard dashes for the Gators.

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    Holschauer, and Rodigo Cavadid
    added one goal each.
    Action was torrid in the 90
    degree plus weather. One Ft.
    Stewart player fainted and had

    UF Golfers Dump Pair;
    Conference Meet Next

    The UF Golf Team preped for
    the SEC Meet ait Athens, Geor Georgia
    gia Georgia May 3,4, 5 last weekend with
    victories over FSU and The Cit-.
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    Hot shooting Harry Root fired
    a six under par 66 Saiturday to
    lead the Gators over The Cita Citadel
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    A1 Lopez, Jr., center fielder, had
    five hits in the two game Tennessee
    series; Ron Birchall did a fine job at
    shortstop and made many key hits
    during the season.
    Second baseman Carol Lanoux was
    the other half of the Gators double
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    The match Saturday was the
    fourth meeting between the two
    teams. The UF has won each
    time.

    Friday the Gators had defeated
    the Seminoles 23-4. The two week weekend
    end weekend wins give the Gator squad a
    16-4 record.
    Roots 66 was the best round
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