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Trickel To Spur FUND Program in Fall

By LARRY WOODS
Gator Staff Writer
Student Government will re*
Vive the defunct FUND committee
next September with the ambition
of impressing state legislators
Florida Universities Need Dollars.
FUND expired at the end of
the last regular legislative ses session,
sion, session, but SG Pres. BUI Trickel
plans to put new life into the com committee
mittee committee this fall. The committee
endeavors to bring to bear not
only the needs of this univer university,
sity, university, but the needs of all schools
of higher learning throughout the
state.

THE SUMMER GATOR

Voi. *4 No. 3

University College Head
Supports U. S. System

Americas chief concern should
be to continue to foster change
and experimentation within her
schools and colleges, according
to Bryon S. Hollinshead new Dean
Os the University College (UC).
Hollinshead replaces Dean
Winston W. Little who retired
June 30 after thirty-one years
of service to UF.
Hollinshead was formerly di director
rector director of the Technical Assistance
Department of UNESCO, and
more recently served on the
American Council of Education.
Commenting on education in
general Hollinshead said, The
European system is to try to
educate as many as possible. The
European system offers a high highly
ly highly traditional curriculum to the
few who can qualify by examina examination.
tion. examination. The American system starts
where the student is and tries
to relate his education to his
needs and aspirations.
The most significant differ difference
ence difference between American and
European education is that our
schools and colleges, in general,
are more closely related to our

Hamilton Retires
After 14-years
Jefferson M. Hamilton retired
from his post of consulting archi architect
tect architect to the UF June 30.
A staff member for the last 14
years, Hamilton has been largely
responsible for the present plann planning
ing planning of the UF campus. Also, he
was directly responsible for the
preliminary architectural plann planning
ing planning of most major buildings dur during
ing during the last 12 years.

His overall vi vision
sion vision of the basic
campus expan expansion
sion expansion plan started
during the presi presidency
dency presidency of the late
J. Hillis Miller in
1948 and was em embodied
bodied embodied in the
then five year
plan" of univer universi
si universi t y develop development
ment development & devel-

opment that today totals over
$70,000,000 in buildings alone.
Hamilton did the basic planning
on such modem campus buildings
as Tigert Hall; the women's re residence
sidence residence hall complex; the J. Hil Hillis
lis Hillis Miller Health Center, includ including
ing including the Medical Sciences building,
the 420 bed Teaching Hospital, and
the Pharmacy Wing; the addition
to Florida Field; the Military Sci Science
ence Science building; the College of En Engineering
gineering Engineering and Nuclear Reactor
buildings; the College of Agricul Agriculture
ture Agriculture buildings; the Physics
building; the Student Service
Center; the Century Tower; and
the men's residence hails, among
ethers.
(Continued on Page THREE;

University off Florida, Gainesville-Friday, July 6 1962

HAMILTON

Working hand in gove with
FUND will be the Committee of
67, a group of students acting as
liaison men in each of the 67 coun counties
ties counties in the state.
COme September the Commit Committee
tee Committee of 67 will host a barbeque
here on campus for state legisla legislators
tors legislators at which time they hope to
get acquainted with the men they
will lobby before in the spring of
1963.
The Committee of 67 acts very
much like the Speakers Bureau,
where the student goes out to re represent
present represent the University in each of
their respective areas.

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times. They are more suscepti susceptible
ble susceptible to the forces of change and
indeed they help to bring changes
about.
Preparation for citizenship in
a modem democracy requires a

UF Constitution OK'd

The UF Senate approved a new
constitution for the 109-year-old in institution
stitution institution subject to approval by
the Florida State Board of Control.
The constitution, subject to the
auhority of the Board of Control,
governs the University.
Complete revision of the official
document was brought about be because
cause because the University had outgrown
the old constitution, officials said.
Modernization
Revisions modernized academic
and administrative procedures en encompassing
compassing encompassing such items as faculty
tenure, the function of various Uni University
versity University officers and relationships
between personnel and organiza organization.
tion. organization.
The University constitution has

Frolics Queen
Contest Open
Applications for the Summer
Frolics Queen Contest are now
available at the Florida Union
Desk.
Applicants must be enrolled
in the Summer term a t the UF.
A fee of $3.50 must be paid by
all entrants or their sponsors.
Girls may enter on their own
or under the sponsorship of
some campus organization.
The queen will be chosen on
merits of beauty, personality
and poise. Prises will be award awarded
ed awarded the winner. For further in information,
formation, information, call Don Denson,
chairman of the Queen Contest,
FR t-4105.

Still another committee working
along with FUND is the Educa Educational
tional Educational Analysis Committee, the on only
ly only committee presently active.
This committee undertakes to
investigate each of the individual
educational needs throughout the
state and produce survey mater material
ial material to back their findings.
Trickel has appointed fellow law
student Shelton Clyatt as chair chairman
man chairman of the Educational Analysis
Committee, who in turn has ap appointed
pointed appointed John Grant to work on
the operation.
FUND was originally organiz organized

curriculum designed for all sorts
of abilities, Dr. Hollinshead be believes.
lieves. believes.
enrollment of nearly five times as
enrollment nearly five times as
many students proportionately,
the colleges of America today
encompass all social levels, all
income levels, a great variety of
races and creeds, and nearly all
ranges of ability and interest.
Hollinshead said further,
Obviously there is no perfect
education to prepare the student
for the 1960s for the 19905. But
an education which relates to the
abilities of the individual which
relates to his personal and spe special
cial special interests, seems more likely
to meet the requirements than
one in which a ministry of educa education
tion education hands down a traditional
curriculum from a central of office.
fice. office.
There is no such thing as a
single best pattern of education
and never will be, but by constant
experimentation we may get
closer to the ideal, Hollins Hollinshead
head Hollinshead concluded.

been amended periodically but this
is the first time in 15 years the
document has undergone a com complete
plete complete rewrite, officials said.
The constitution gained the ap approval
proval approval of the faculty Senate, the
Universitys highest legislative
body, following a three-year study
by a faculty committee headed by
Dean of Academic Affairs Robert
B. Mautz.
'Meets Tests
Dean Mautz said the new docu document
ment document is general and fundamental
law and "meets the traditional
tests of sound constitutional doc doctrine
trine doctrine in this regard."
He said it was designed to re reorganize
organize reorganize the Senate in terms of
composition and structure so that
it wiH be a representative and
more effective legislative body.
The new constitution provides
that 50 members of tenure from
the ranks of resident associate and
assistant professors proportion proportionately
ately proportionately represent the various col colleges.
leges. colleges. They are to be elected by
their college faculties. Under the
old constitution the Senate was
comprised of only full professors,
deans and directors.
Dean Mautz said the right of
the faculty member to participate
in the government of the acad academic
emic academic community was guaranteed
in the new document, and that
concepts of academic freedom
were strengthened.
A systematic program of self-ev self-evaluation
aluation self-evaluation of each college every sev seven
en seven years became part of the con constitution
stitution constitution in the ratification.

ed organized in an attempt to influence the
legislature by student protest. Tric Trickel
kel Trickel has related the organization
will keep the same objective in
mind.
Os the many problems facing
FUND, the big thorn in the side
has been the insinuation that
BUND is in many respects a
professors puppet.
Bruce Bullock, past president of
the student body, feels that, Any
group representing the interest of
the professors will inevitably be up
against this sort of problem since

Foreign Sponsor
Program Failing

12 Pages

By FRED SCHNEIDER
Gator Managing Editor
Fifty per cent of incoming UF
foreign students are sponsorless.
According to Alvaro Aguirre,
Director of the Summer program,
forty-eight new foreign students
have entered this summer and

only twenty-two
have sponsors.
A 11 hou g h
there were twen twenty-five
ty-five twenty-five applica applications
tions applications from poten potential
tial potential sponsors we
were only able
to place twenty twentytwo,
two, twentytwo, Aguirre
said.
The problem
lies en the fact

that the sponsors program tries
to place students according to their
proposed major and since most
foreign students are entering Agri Agriculture
culture Agriculture or Engineering this should
be where the biggest draw is. How However,
ever, However, this is not the case.
Actually there are many fresh freshmen
men freshmen and sophomores who apply
for sponsorship and many of them
are undecided on major fields.
It is important to match the for foreign
eign foreign students with a sponsor who
will be majoring in the same area.
They have a common plane for the
initial meetingfrom this common
ground we hope a friendship will
grow.
Eventually the foreign student
who has been befriended this way
becomes a public relations instru instrument
ment instrument for this program and for UF.
Most of all he stimulates other
foreign students to be receptive
to the program, Aguirre said.
At present the sponsor program
has had good results on a limited
scale. The participants on both
sides have been satisfied, but there
are increasing numbers of foreign
students.

Bulletin Board Project
Foils Under Policy Ruling

By BEN GARRETT
Gator News Editor
A policy ruling requires Stu Student
dent Student Government to contract with
Plant and Grounds for all small
construction projects on cam campus,
pus, campus, according to UF Vice Pres.
Harry Philpott, chairman of the
Campus Planning Committee.
It is much easier to deal with
Plant and Grounds in the case of
small jobs than requesting bids
from outside contractors, Philpott
said in explaining the policy.
A question recently arose be between
tween between SG and Plant and Grounds
over the cost of a lighted bulletin
board erected in front of the Cam Campus
pus Campus Club.
The first estimate from Plant
and Ground* to construct the bul bulletin
letin bulletin board was a reported $485.

V-. A. v ,,
mm:*,
AGUIRRE

the legislature immediately thinks
the organization has risen from
the professors lobbying in the
classrooms.
Bullock also said that FUNS
has enjoyed a measure of succes#
in the past but was far from t
complete success.
Where the committee has won
much respect from educators and
legislators alike has been in the
methods employed in getting its
message to the proper channels.
Student petitioning and personal
contact with the legislature were
cited as outstanding examples.

We have contemplated having
girl sponsors for boys and vice viceversa,
versa, viceversa, Alvaro commented, But
nothing concrete has been done in
this area.
What we wished to do with
this type of project would be an
expansion of contact with the so social
cial social life at UF by the foreign stu student.
dent. student.
Other problems plague the spon sponsors
sors sponsors program.
One example is sponsor assign assignments.
ments. assignments. We had already assigned
the incoming foreign students with
sponsors. However, many students
who were supposed to enter this
summer could not make it.
Thus comes the problem of re reassignment,
assignment, reassignment, Aguirre said.
* For instance, of the 4& incom incoming
ing incoming there were 10 from Cuba, 7
from Colombia, and 5 from Vene Venezuela.
zuela. Venezuela.
These Latin American students
received the least amount of spon sponsors.
sors. sponsors. We assigned most of the
twenty-two sponsors to students
from Korea, Syria, Spain, Greece,
South Africa, Italy, and Indonesia.
This does not mean that these
students should not have sponsors
or that they do not need sponsors,
but they are close enough to the
cultural background of Florida so
we eliminated them before those
coming from countries further
away.
We are moving toward a solu solution
tion solution of the problem in one area.
Elder M. Sumner has been asked
for assistance in coordinating the
program in the dept, of agricul agriculture.
ture. agriculture. This Is one of the big areas
in which we need to concen concentrate,
trate, concentrate, he concluded.
Aguirre urged openminded stu students
dents students interested in expanding their
background in other cultural areas
to apply at the Florida Blue Key
office for a position as sponsor
either next fall or for this summer.

Invoices in the Student Treasur Treasurer's
er's Treasurer's Office, however, show SG was
billed $589.63.
Student Body Pres. Bill Tric Trickel
kel Trickel has previously stated that in
his estimation the cost of con construction
struction construction of the bulletin board was
quite high.
Requisitions for such construc constructions
tions constructions go through several appro approvals
vals approvals before they are finally sent
to Plant and Grounds for construc construction
tion construction to begin.
The plans must first go through
the Campus Development Commit Committee,
tee, Committee, which in turn sends them to
the Architecture and Planning
Board. This board determines if
they meet with required specifi specifications.
cations. specifications. The Legislative Council
must then approve funds for the
construction before it is finally
begun by Plant and Grounds.



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Infont's Eyesight Restored
With Middle-Aged Eyes

The sight of an infant is restor restored
ed restored with the eyes of a middle ag aged
ed aged woman. And the miracle" is
credited to the newly established
North Florida Eye Bank for Re Restoring
storing Restoring Sight, Inc., centered at the
UF*s J. Hillis Miller Health Cen Center.
ter. Center.
Organized March I by the Uni University
versity University and the Lions Clubs of
North Florida, the bank is head headed
ed headed by Margaret Bowman, execu executive
tive executive secretary, and Dr. Herbert
Kaufman, chief of division of oph ophthalmology.
thalmology. ophthalmology.
No Cost
Bye surgeons receive the eyes
without cost Transportation Is
provided by commercial airlines
and the Red Cross. Affiliated
with the National Eye Bank in
New York, the Gainesville office
is the second to serve Florida, pre preceded
ceded preceded by a bank in Miami.
According to Mrs. Bowman*
corneal transplants are neces necessary
sary necessary |n cases where the cornea
has been damaged by disease
or injury. Health Center resear researchers
chers researchers are investigating methods
of curing other types of sight
No eye is ever wasted/* she
said. If the cornea cannot be
transplanted because of disease or
damage, it is used in the research
department. **
Most Successful
Visual ability and age have lit little,
tle, little, if any bearing on the sight
donations if the corneal tissue is
healthy, she added. Surgical

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transplants must take place within
48 hours after death of the donor
and have been successful in 90
per cent of all cases attempted.

Local Law Enforcement
Exempts ROTC Buildings

A federal fortress with police
immunity is held by one depart department
ment department at the UF.
In some cases the buildings
which comprise the Reserve Offi Officers
cers Officers Training Corps (ROTO are
not within the jurisdiction of
local law enforcement agencies.
However, the ROTC buildings
cant be used as a haven for
wanted criminals. I A. V. K. Hol Holliman,
liman, Holliman, of the campus police de department
partment department said Monday, If &
person commits a crime outside
these buildings and then tries
to use them as protection from
the law t because theyre federal
property, we can get him.
It is the responsibility of the
commanding officer of the ROTC
program at the UF to call in who
ever he wants to solve a crime
committed within his department.
The Army Intelligence or the Fe Federal
deral Federal Bureau of Investigat ion
can be employed if the comman commander
der commander feels that its necessary.
A crime involving the ROTC
buildings does not come under
local police jurisdiction. However,
the campus police and local law
enforcement agencies are used

Study Yields
Light Cement
By A. J. IVIE
Gator Staff Writer
Research and development are
two of the key words in the
fields of engineering. In conjunc conjunction
tion conjunction with the State Road Depart Department,
ment, Department, the CSvil Engineering De Department
partment Department of the UF college of
Engineering is now at work on a
research project that may affect
the whole state.
The project, number 9026 in a
series of projects, is concerned
with the compared performances
of lightweight and normal weight
concretes so that engineers fami familiar
liar familiar with standardized structural
design procedures will have re representative
presentative representative values for use with
lightweight concrete when choos choosing
ing choosing materials for use in the con construction
struction construction of highways.
In the experiment now taking
place, a lightweight aggregate
called Solite is being compared
with the limestone aggregate
presently used in the prestressed
bridges of Florida. Solite is an
expanded clay aggregate pro produced
duced produced in a rotary kiln. Its chief
advantage is that it can with withstand
stand withstand heavier loads than con concrete.
crete. concrete. It will also reduce trans transportation
portation transportation costs involved in haul hauling
ing hauling the concrete beams from
factory to job sight.
Michael A. Cassero, teach teaching
ing teaching associate in the Civil Engineer Engineering
ing Engineering Department, Dr. R. W. Kluge,
Head of the department, and Don Donald
ald Donald A. Sawyer, Assistant Profes Professor,
sor, Professor, believe that the project will
determine the exact nature of
prestressed concrete and what can
be expected of it in the construc construction
tion construction of bridges.**

in minor offences concerning the
department.
The only time that the feder federal
al federal authorities were called in was
about 10 years ago, on a gun
theft,** Lt. Holliman continued.
A burglar broke into the gun
room at ROTC headquarters and
stole a number of pistols which
were never recovered.
Speculating on the break in
Lt. Holliman said, Those pis pistols
tols pistols were probably used to help
supply a South American revolu revolution
tion revolution which was going on at that
time.**

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Top Scientists Meet-
Nuclear Rockets Zoom!

The TJF, looking toward nuc nuclear
lear nuclear power advances in this space
age, has attracted some of the
countrys leading scientists to
participate in a new and ad advanced
vanced advanced summer course* in nuc nuclear
lear nuclear rocket propulsion.
The eight-week course, open to
a selected group of scientists and
engineers from all parts of the
nation, is sponsored by the Uni University's
versity's University's Nuclear Engineering
Department in the College of En Engineering.
gineering. Engineering.
It is being conducted under a
grant from the National Science
Foundation.
Authorities in the field of nuc nuclear
lear nuclear rocket propulsion participa participating
ting participating include Dr. Robert E. Bus Bussard
sard Bussard and Dr. Glen Graves of Los
Almas Scientific Laboratory; Dr.
Alan Stenning, chairman, De Department
partment Department of Mechanical Engin Engineering
eering Engineering of Princeton; Dr. John
Kalvinskas of Rocketdyne, di division

Musit Department To Present

The Department of Music has
announced that its summer pro production
duction production will be a pair of operettas
by the well-known American com composer
poser composer Gi&n-Carlo Menotti. The
Medium* and The Telephone.*
Both the two-act Medium* and
the one-act Telephone will be
offered August 2 and 2 at New
P. K. Yonge Auditorium under
the direction of Dr. El wood J.
Keister, Curtain time will be
8:15 pjo. Details on the cast will
be announced at a later date,
said Keister.
Menotti, a Pulitzer Prize winnez

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vision division of North American Avia Aviation.
tion. Aviation.
Included in the course, possibly
the first of its scope and caliber,
will be material gained from
grounded experimental rocket
propulsion system (KIWI) devel developed
oped developed by the Los Aim os Scientific
Laboratory.
Under the direction of Dr. Ro Robert
bert Robert E. Uhrig, head of the De Department
partment Department of Nuclear Engineering
at the UF and Dr. Clayton W.
Watson, assistant professor in
nuclear engineering, the course
will provide training in the tech technology
nology technology of high density nuclear
reactors and integrated reactor reactorpropulsion
propulsion reactorpropulsion systems.
Afternoon laboratory periods
will include heat transfer, nu numerical
merical numerical methods, rocket vehicle
design, reactor design, aerospace,
high temperature studies, radia radiation,
tion, radiation, materials and engine de design.
sign. design.

for his Saint of Bleeker Street,
(1854), first won national acclaim
with The Medium, a dramatic
opera dealing with a woman
caught between the world of reali reality
ty reality and the supernatural. The
Telephone is a light farce center centering
ing centering around the efforts of a suitor
constantly interrupted by phone
calls. Most of the action takes
place on the phone.
This will be the third Menotti
work presented by the Music De Department
partment Department in recent years. The
Old Man and the Thief was of offered
fered offered during the summer of 1858.



Book Count Yields Few Thefts

' Recent inventories el UF lib library
rary library books have shown the honor
system to be quite effective, said
W. G. Harkins, associate director
el the library.
He said for the first time la iff
yearn an inventory was taken; of
certain sections el tile library.
The inventory included books
from the literature and social
science sections, which are be believed
lieved believed to bo the two most need
arena si the library.
First count showed books had
the stolen but Harkins believes
the total number of missing books
Is not critical.
We have no real way of know knowing
ing knowing if books have been stolen un unless
less unless a student asks for a book
and it cant be located," Harkins
said.
A complete inventory of near neariy

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Intelligence, good-looks, kind kindness,
ness, kindness, a clean-cut appearance, an
outgoing personality and consid consideration
eration consideration for others best character characterise
ise characterise the ideal UF maleor so at
least an Alligator survey of UF
coeds indicates.
While asking UF women to des describe
cribe describe the ideal UF male, poll pollsters
sters pollsters found the above qual qualities
ities qualities most frequently mentioned.
However, there were some sharp
and significant differences of opin opinion.
ion. opinion.
Kay Kenny, 4AS, felt that the
ideal UF male should be a real
swinger who wears Levis and
flip-flops and who lives to Twist.
He can smoke if he wants to,
but hes gotta drink and he's gotta
be over ffO," said Miss Kenny.
Pat Powers, SED, said the ideal
should have an I. Q. of over 140.
he adept at self-expression and
love Irish whiskey/*
Miss Powers observed that
i *l.Q.s ranging in the 140s and a
preference for Irish whiskey go
hand-in-hand.'
Martha Balikian, 4BA, said Mr
Ideal should possess the virtue of
honesty and that he should be
ambitious but not necessarily
rich."
Iris Marante, SED, who placed
herself foursquare against "finks
Pfrd gnomes," said the ideal should
have a broad range of interests
including sports, politics and
theater."
Miss Marantz added that he
should be tall, dark and handsome,
vote the Democratic ticket, and
have green eyes, a good sense of
humor and an easygoing manner.
Freshmen Jo Bunch and Dell
Callan both agreed that ducktail
haircuts would not suit an ideal
UF male. Miss Callan favored
extremely short hair while Miss
Bunch condemned the flattop on
the grounds that Mr. Ideal must
have some hair on his head!
To prove her point Miss Bunch
Cited actor Yul Brynner. 'T don't
see what ad this fuss is over him,"
she said. Brynner is bald and it is
impossible for a man to be sexy
without Jiairand after all an ideal
male xxmst be sexy."
The University of Florida has
been named to receive a graduate
study fellowship by the United
States Steel Foundation.
The fellowship, which carries

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iy neariy one million books is way be beyond
yond beyond our budget and would take
several years."
The door checkers" in the lib library
rary library do prevent some loss of
books, according to Harkins, but
serve mainly as a good psycholo psychological
gical psychological tool.
He said their function is Is
remind people Is check out their
books, not to search lor stolen
books.
The library believes this policy
is one that benefits good public
relations and at the same time
goes along with the Honor Sys System
tem System at the UF," he said.
The library estimated the cost
involved in setting up stricter
book checking to be more than
it would cost to replace the miss missing
ing missing books.
The special collections room

a maximum benefit of $7,200 for
doctoral level study, goes to
3irt Lee Browning Jr., of Miami
Beach who is finishing work on
* master's degree tit history this
mbert Patrick, noted historian
A research assistant to Dr. Re Resummer.
summer. Resummer.
and graduate research professor
jf history at the University,
Brownings specialization is 19th
century American history. He wilj
begin work on his doctor of phil philosophy
osophy philosophy degree this fall,
The Foundation established 00
;uch fellowships which are cur currently
rently currently divided among private and
Hiblic institutions. The University
of Florida award was among the
iff per cent given for study in the
humanities areas.

Yellowed Gator Pages
Tell Tale of By-gone Days

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. Garret *ll.
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

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takes a few more preventive mea measures,
sures, measures, acoording to Mrs. Patricia
B. Mclntyre, assistant rare
collection librarian.
Mrs. Mclntyre said although all
students are entitled to use the
rare books, it is library policy
to offer tours of the room to all
new faces that come in."
These books are seldom avail available
able available for outside use, and when
they are cheeked out, the re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility is strictly that of
the user.
Harkins reported in his five
years at the UF he has caught
only one student taking books.
Although the theft of one book
is serious, we don't feel the pro problem
blem problem is critical enough or out-of out-ofline
line out-ofline with that of other libraries,"
said Harkins.

Campus Planner
Retires
(Continued from Page ONE)
Planning for the modern cam campus
pus campus started in the late 1940s when
it became apparent that rapidly
rising college enrollments would
put tremendous pressure on the
Gainesville campus.
During the period that Hamilton
has served as consulting archi architect,
tect, architect, the book value of the physi physical
cal physical plant, including buddings im improvements
provements improvements and equipment, has
quadrupled and is expected
soon to exceed one hundred mil million.
lion. million.
President J. Wayne Reitz paid
high tribute to Hamilton saying, i
His retirement, although highly
deserved, will leave a void on
the campus which will be difficult
to replace. His early vision of the
needs and demands of immediate
expansion, has provided an order orderly
ly orderly and unique plan for the Univer University
sity University of Florida that has blended
well the old and the new into a
campus of extraordinary beauty
and educational dignity."

organized and published the four
page weekly.
Print Die 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
start by printing the motto, The
Best and the Neatest in the
South" which through some print printing
ing printing errors was far from accurate
in many issues.
Leitner, the busines manager
stated in a note to the student
body, Please support the adver-i
Users as they in turn support the
paper."
'

Tlm Smr Gatw Friday, July 4, 1942

Agronomy Adviser
L Here from Cambodia

By PETE SUPOVE
Gator Staff Writer
Dr. S. C. Litzenberger, who vi visited
sited visited the UF this week, is an ag agronomy
ronomy agronomy adviser to the Southeas Southeastern
tern Southeastern nation of Cambodia. Work Working
ing Working under the State Department,
Litzenberger is helping to direct
Cambodia's growth through mod modern
ern modern cultivation of her soil.
Litzenberger is responsible for
well-being and progress of all
Cambodian students studying
agronomy in the United States.
He is well known to the ten Cam Cambodian
bodian Cambodian students at the UF, who
are all majoring in agronomy.
Litzenberger is here to confer
with the local advisers of these
students.
Litzenberger said that one of
Cambodias main difficulties is a
lack of trained personnel. He said
that all his efforts and the efforts
of the United States in this aid pro program
gram program are directed toward the
time when Cambodia has her
own managers for agricultural
development.
Litzenberger explained that al although
though although part of the State Depart Department's
ment's Department's program is involved with
supplying direct aid, the primary
concern is with the education of
the Cambodian populace.
One of the UFs ten Cambodian
students, Sok Thong Doeung, will
be the first Cambodian to return
to his country with a master's de degree
gree degree in agriculture. I

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too much money

There has been a mistake made. The new bulletin
board in front of the Campus Club did not cost
$485. It cost $589.63. This information merely makes
matters worse.
A representative of a local construction company
made a Guesstimate* of what the bulletin board
should have cost. Indeed, the present structure would
have cost between $450 nd $485 to build. Add to this
the fact that instead of $485, the bulletin board cost al al.
. al. most $590, we still have an unnecessary situation.
j * *
THE POINT to be made here is the fact that the
bulletin board we have just isn*t worth that much
money. According to the representative of the con construction
struction construction company, it could have been built cheaper.
Until we have an exact estimate of what the
board should have cost, we will not comment further
on it. Even more important, we do not wish to knock
Plant and Grounds further until we hear and print
Plant and Grounds* side of the story.
* *
* *WE HAD FULLY plarined to run their side in
this issue, but Calvin C. Greene, Director of Plant
and Grounds, was on vacation. The story will run
next issue.
However, there are a few questions we would like
to find the answers to:
1) Why must Student Government be restricted to
Plant and Grounds for construction and labor?
2) At what level does such a ruling come from
(i.e. within the UF, Board of Control or State Leg Legislature)
islature) Legislature) ?
3) Why are Plant and Grounds services so expen expensive?
sive? expensive?
4) Why was such an expensive bulletin board de designed
signed designed when one could have been built cheaper?
5) What steps must be taken to allow Student
Government and other student organizations to con contract
tract contract off-campus for construction or other work?
* *
WE WOULD have it clearly understood that we
are not trying to expose anyone or anything. How However,
ever, However, we do feel it deplorable i when precious student
funds are spent needlessly. Time and time again, re representatives
presentatives representatives of various student organizations have
presented themselves before the Legislative Council
seeking additional funds.
Most organizations that are fee-supported find it
difficult to get along on what Student Government
allocates them. Few students realize the difficulties
involved in distributing student fees fairly to the var various
ious various organizations.
Who is to say how much student money is being
spent on over-priced projects. This does not mean
that all of the blame should fall in one area.
j**
REGARDLESS OF where the discrepancies lie, we
intend to find them. If there is any way in which
money can be saved we hope to find this also.
We hope in seeking the answers to these questions
that we will receive the help and cooperation of all
people and organizations involved.
THE SUMMER GATOR
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The SUMMER GATOR Is the official student newspaper of the University and is
published every Friday morning during the summer session. The SUMMER GATOR
is entered as second class matter at the United States Post Office at Gainesville,
Florida. Offices are located In Rooms 8, 141 and 15 in the Florida Union Building Base Basement.
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The Summer GatorFriday. July 6,1962

Managing Editor's Note
'Man Who Likes Roads'
Ignores Educations Needs

By FRED SCHNEIDER
Gator Managing Editor
What has happened to the
faculty pay raises?
Thats like asking whatever
happened to Judge Crater or
Amelia Earhart nobody seems
to know.

But, I know
someone who
knows. Its the
man who likes
to build roads.
He knows.
Educat ion!
Lag, lag, lag
Do some something!
thing! something!
So finally we
do something.

Florida goes trimester, makes
the same prof do the same
amount of work in a shorter
amount of time. Clever?
Then the man who likes to
build roads decides to cut pro professors
fessors professors salaries.
Oh, Floridawith government
comprised of logicians.
Then everyone signs petitions,
students rollerskate till their
feet virtually melt.
And the man who likes to
build roads smiles accepts the
petitionand. so what?
So we look at the road that
the man who likes to build
roads is building.
And the cheated professors
look at the road. Something is
amiss.
There is another road just

QUOTES FROM QUINCY

Mod Name
By GARY PEACOCK
Since Friday the thirteenth falls
on Friday next Friday, it seems
only proper and fitting that this
weeks column be devoted to a re review
view review of campus names.
Much misunderstanding has aris arisen
en arisen in the past about names
columns being too esoteric and
not containing a big enough varie variety
ty variety of names.
If after reading todays sampl sampling,
ing, sampling, you think your name should
have been included, send it along
with 25 cents to the. Alligator. If
you would not-like to have your
name appear in the Alligator, send
25 cents without your name.

Schneider

a few short miles away. It runs
the same waywhy its almost
parallel!
Hmmm, there is one thing
wrong. The new road that is
being paved with monies from
professors pockets well, this
new road goes directly into
Floridas capital.
The other road (built with
federal funds) falls a wee bit
short.
And people all over the state
cry, We dont want new roads
we want to keep our professors."
And people all over the na nation
tion nation cry, Florida? Their schools
of higher learning are going
to pot."
And the teacher population
dwindles. Then everyone is sur surprised
prised surprised when our rank according
to universities fall.
But I know someone who isnt
surprised.
It seems funny that the man
who likes to build roads is elect elected
ed elected by the people. He doesnt
listen to them. Isnt that
strange ?
It seems so strange that the
man who likes to build roads
.doesnt listen to the thousands
of letters, etc., that come to
him.
And everyone site back and
accepts. We cant do any more
but go Republican next elec election."
tion." election."
And the man who likes to
build roads goes right on doing
what he damn well pleaeee.

Dropper Drops Again

SO HAPPY BELATED Choral
Union Concert Day:
To Ray Graves who hopes 1960
will return in 1962 ... To Charley
Johns whos finally making news
again ... to Don Addis, Ken Fis Fischer,
cher, Fischer, and Jack Horan who wish J.
Wayne would give them something
to laugh about ... to Charles
Fang, Spragg Lewis room-mate
To all former members of Ori Orientation
entation Orientation Group No. 96, just to get
that out the way early ... to
Sam, the Thirsty Gator ... to Bob
Woodruff wherever he may be .
TO THE BLUEBIRD OF HAP HAPPINESS
PINESS HAPPINESS .
To the Brush, Spookie, 80, Gup Guppy,
py, Guppy, Popsicle, Goofy Bird, Big Red,
Lad a Dog, Juicy Lucey, Mrs.
Whetstone* Little Farris, Murray,
Little Dave, Zotz, 800 Radley, An Angel
gel Angel Chavez, the Red Pig, Captain
Tootsie, Little Beaver, Little
Lightning, and Little Black Sambo
To the man who shot Liberty
Valence, the meanest man' south
of the north picket . *cept for
one . to Pat ;TunstaH,> girl
nurse ... to Jane-Jane-Jane
who quit drinking ...
TO THE PEACHTREE PALACE
residents % . ..

At 3 in the morning many things
appear out of focus serious
things often seem funny.

I was in a not notsd
sd notsd all-night res-j
taurant about a
week ago when I
>beerved four]
students having
% great time .]
laughing and
pointing. I
sought their
source of amuse amusement
ment amusement and dis- ]
covered a man,*
quite elderly, sit sitting
ting sitting across from

them. The man was spilling food
on himself as he ate.
The hour was late and everyone
was tired. I began to laugh at
the scene and the clever remarks
being made. The whole event was
obviously funny.
My amusement continued
throughout a hamburger, french
fries and a coke. A half hour had
passed. By this time the four stu students
dents students had engaged the man in a
conversation, asking him such
questions as, Youre quite an
important man in town, arent
you?"
To my amazement he answer answered
ed answered each jest seriously. He had no
idea he was being made a joke.
The humor began to fade.
At three in the morning many
things appear out of focus, but by
3:30 they often suddenly appear
quite clear . some things arent
funny at any hour.
* *
Whatever happened to Pinky
Lee?
The. other day I was remenisc remeniscing
ing remeniscing with some friends about our
heroes of a few years back .
the Lone Ranger and Tonto, the
Green Hornet, Baby Snooks and
the Fat Man.
The era of radio has passed .
but who can ever forget Lamont-
Crastou and the Shadow knows,"
Gangbusters and the Phantom?
Allens Alley, Inner SanCtom
and Amos and Andy?
As we looked back we agreed
that these fictional characters
played an important part in our
early lives . they helped us
towards a fanciful imagination
and sense of humor.
What has happened to Pinky
Lee and his counterparts?
Im afraid they have all been
replaced by television and Captain
Kangaroo.
, . Carole Bardella

To John Laslie who has the re remarkable
markable remarkable talent of lending his
convertible to girls, who, in turn,
have the remarkable talent of
carting football players around in
his car .
To Trish Reynolds who smokes
cigars ... to the little men inside
the IBM machines . .to the many
quiet high-schoolers on campus
and their equally pleasant teach teachers
ers teachers ... to everyone who has ever
taken Marriage and the Family
and never snickered . Tom Tommy
my Tommy Kennington who went to the
Newberry Watermelon Festival .
To Mrs. Kirk, Suzanne, Susan,
Jane, Dot, Ann, Nancy, Rose, Lee
Jan, Jo Ann, Helen, Kathy, Gail,
Karen, Janet, Jennie, Marian, Pat,
Lisa, Elfreda, Karen, Bobbie, Lou Louise,
ise, Louise, Mary, Pam, Lee Ann, Linda,
Libby, Marilyn, Carol, Jean, Joan,
Connie, Sharon, Odessa, and the
rest of the girls
To Dean Hale who likes to see
his name in the paper ... to Steve
Gardner, the worlds greatest lover
... to Buddy Hardee of the sum summer
mer summer partying crowd ... to Chief
Shuler, ace campus ranger and
protector k>f lost soiild .*.
Finally, to everyone who wad- j
ed this for and either found or }
didnt their depend-
fog on their desires.

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HALF NOTE
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Mobil Fomily
Comes to UF
[ By JACKIE STEVENS
A big, black, bus will arrive
here on Tuesday, Ady is, loaded
with three children, a driver,, one
prize Basenji dog and two musi musicians.
cians. musicians. They wtmk up the Nelson
and Neal* husband-and-wife pia piano
no piano team a group which has
played nearly I*ooo conceits cm
two continents in 10 years.

Nelson and
Neal have be become
come become almost as
for their
family life as
well as their
music. They
have solved the
problem of how
to have a busy
concert career
and home life as

well: They simply carry family
and home with them! After spend,
big seven months on tour, the
Neals spend each summer with
their children in Paris, Tenn. As
October aproaches their $40,000
custom bus-home is crammed
with everything from lighting
equipment to special school sup supplies
plies supplies for tutoring the children.
The fascinating life of these ar artists
tists artists has been featured in many
national magazine* and on televi television.
sion. television. Mr. Neal has written an
autobiography Wave As You
Pass which takes its title from
a sign cm the back of their bus.
9 i
Two years ago the Neals enter entered
ed entered a 1 period of musical change.
All transcriptions were eliminated
from their repertoire and they be began
gan began looking for something new.
Today they present North Ameri American
can American and Twentieth Century pre premieres
mieres premieres of lost or forgotten ori original
ginal original works by s uch composer* as
Schubert; Mendelssohn, Liszt and
Brahms. The lost Don Juan Fan Fantasy
tasy Fantasy for Two Pianos*' by Franz
tiszt has been re-discovered by
the Neals and will be included in
their new programs. Over half of
their itinerary is return engage engagements
ments engagements for their public has discov discovered
ered discovered this fresh, new sound and
like it.
k R. Jordan
Receives Prize
L. R. Jordan, director of the Uni University
versity University of Floridas Teaching Hos Hospital
pital Hospital and Clinics, was named to
membership this week in the Am American
erican American College of Hospital Admin Administrators.
istrators. Administrators.
Membership in the ACHA is one
of the highest professional honors
to be achieved in this field, and
Is awarded on the basis of oral and
written examinations of nominees
to the honorary society.
Jordan, who successfully passed
both examinations, will be instal installed
led installed at the associations national
convocation in September.
Nomination for membership in
the College is based on experience,
and recommendation by associates
and hospital administrators
throughout the country.
Equally well-known in the field
of business administration, Jordan
is the current president of the na national
tional national professional fraternity. Al Alpha
pha Alpha Kappa Pal, and has lectured
extensively around the nation in
the areas of personnel and man management
agement management for both industry and
medicine.
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IN THE DARK

Hollywood Spiels Out Some Old Story

By H. T. REID
. IF THERES A WAY to make a
movie different, Hollywood pro producers
ducers producers are avoiding it.

Last week we
.had James
Stewart as Sen Senator
ator Senator Stoddard.
.This week he is
Mr. Hobbs. In
both movies
somebody tears
up his flash flashback
back flashback dictation:
first a reporter,
now a steno stenographer.
grapher. stenographer.
Hollywood, oh

Hollywood, what next!
Jerry Walds Mr. Hobbs Takes
A Vacation is based on a typical
American family and their striv striving
ing striving for togetherness.
Stewart as Mr. Hobbs portrays
a Sit. Louis banker and grand grandfather.
father. grandfather. Maureen OHara Is agile
in the role of Mrs. Hobbs.
One really bright point of this
picture is Lauri Peters. Dread Dreadfully
fully Dreadfully concerned with having
"weirds for parents, she rises
above the triteness of the situa situation
tion situation and makes a foremost im impression
pression impression on the viewers.
Lest we forget, Fabian, rock n
roll singer turned actor, presents
an added attraction for the youn youn
youn Med Students
File By July 6
All pre-med, pre dent, pre*
physical sod pre occupational
Therapy and Medical Technolo Technology
gy Technology students should register with
the Pre-Professional Counseling
Office, Room 12 Flint Hall, Mon Monday
day Monday through Friday. Deadline
for summer registration is Fri Friday,
day, Friday, July 6,1962.
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File To Enter
Upper Division
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
STUDENTS
I i t
AH University College students
who will be eligible to transfer
to the Upper Division at Hie Mid
of the Bummer School Semes Semester
ter Semester must file an appUcation in
the Registrars Office, Room Si
Tigert Hall, immediately. Hie
minimum requirements are St
hours of Lower Division work
including the pre-requisites re required
quired required by the Upper Division
school er college the student may
expect to enter.

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ger set Wald considers Fabian a
first rate actor.
WHILE WE MIGHT debate the
legitimacy of this appraisal, we
must admit that Fabian is on the
scene. But really how does one
become a first-rate actor in pic pictures?
tures? pictures?
Valerie Varda may not know
how to act, but as a voluptuous,
bikini-clad maiden on the
beach, she is superb. Valerie
has forgotten it takes more than
a sumptuous figure and long
blond hair to become an actress.
Next time you make a picture,
why not try out for Whistlers
mother? The character training
might make you a better ac actress.
tress. actress.
MARIE WILSON (of Irma
fame) has returned to the screen
as one-half of a couple, who
dont drink, smoke, swim, sun sunbathe,
bathe, sunbathe, play cards or enjoy
sports.
The viewers wonderment with
this couple is dissolved when Wil Wilson
son Wilson and Stewart get trapped in a
steamed-up bathroom with no
door knob. Whats the significance
of the doonknob? Well, without
them very few doors have been
opened. x
NEVER INTENDED to be &
drama for serious consideration,
Mr. Hobbs Takes a Vacation
at the Florida brighten* the dol doldrums.
drums. doldrums.
I Sweet Bird of Youth depends
on big name people, a script by a
renowned writer, and hope that
the public will be gullible
enough to attend.
Hollywood should learn that
there is another topic for films
beside the decadent South. It
gets quite firing to keep seeing
and seeing the same old story.
THE FAILURE OF this picture
is not the fault of the performers.
Paul Newman, Geraldine Page,
and especially Madeline Sher Sherwood
wood Sherwood (of Gat on a Hot Tin
Roof fame) provide credible
and acceptable performances.
, The fault with this movie lies
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The Summer GatorFriday, July 6, 1962

with Tennessee Williams. If you've
seen one of Williams products
youve seen them all.
FROTHY HUMOR, sex and ro romance
mance romance are prevalent when Terry-
Thomas Celeste Holm, Tuesday
Weld, and Richard Beymer take
to the screen in Bachelor
Flat.
Concerning itself primarily with
the age old tale of will love with withstand
stand withstand all, this picture manages to
escape the ordinary and delves
into the hilarious realms of com comedy.
edy. comedy.
Terry-Thomas, known for the
gap between his teeth, portrays a
professor of Archaeology at the
chic Beverly Hills College. Unlike
an ordinary professor, Thomas
appeals to the female college stu students.
dents. students.
BUT THE PROFESSOR has
committed himself to Celeste
Holm. Holm has the role of a
prominent fashion designer and
her work takes her off-screen
more than she is on-screen. Due
to her prolonged absences, she
has permitted the professor to
live In her plush beach house.
Thomas permits Richard Bey Beymer,
mer, Beymer, a cynical young law stu student,
dent, student, to peril his trailer in front
of the beach house.
All might have been perfect
bliss had not Tuesday Weld arri arrived
ved arrived unannounced. Thomas doesnt
know Tuesday is Celeste's daugh daughter
ter daughter and his reaction to her story
is sympathetic.
Matters are complicated when
we see Weld sleeping in Thom Thomas
as Thomas bed, cooking for him and
out unmentionables to
dry. Thomas takes this last act
as the straw that breaks the
camel's back, starting the
comedy riot.
Bachelor Flat and Sweet
Bird of Youth share the bill at
the State through Saturday.

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Dr. Riley Dies
After 43 Years
Os UF Service
Dr. Bert Clair Riley, 70, dean
of the General Extension Divi Division,
sion, Division, died June 29, the day before
he was to retire after 43 years of
service to the UF.
Born in Rockford, HI., on Nov.
12, 1891, Dean Riley came to
the UF in 1919 and organized the
General Extension Divison and
was named its dean.
UF Pres. J. Wayne Reitz paid
tribute to Riley as one of Flor Floridas
idas Floridas great men. Through his im imagaination
againation imagaination and leadership the Gen General
eral General Extension Division was built
into one of the finest adult edu educational
cational educational programs in the nation,*
Reitz said.
Dean Riley founded Blue Key,
the national honor fraternity. He
was president emeritus and na national
tional national executive officer of this
group which has honored more
than 40 thousand student leaders
in over 100 college and univer university
sity university chapters all over the coun country.
try. country.
Just this month the Florida
State Board of Control in an offi official
cial official resolution recognized him as
a man of vision, determined ac action
tion action and integrity who served
the state with distinction.
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By TIM KEEL
Student Body Pres. Bill Trickel
this week listed the accomplish accomplishments
ments accomplishments of Student Government
since he took office in March.
The list follows:
Publications:
The publications Laboratory is
being supported against outside
commercial interests.
The Alligator is definitely to
become a daily.
Married student affairs;
Financial Support of the Vill Village
age Village Mayors Council is to be
continued.
Sheltered school bus stops
have been or are being erected.
I.D. cards have been provided
for students wives.
Housing:
Transportation of students in
remote housing areas is being
continues. >
International Students:
Creation and support of an
International Center at the UF
Continued support of the
Board of International Activi Activities.
ties. Activities.
Chartering of the office of Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of International Affairs.
The encouragement of more
International Suppers on cam campus.
pus. campus.
Improved arrangements for
campus housing during the holi holidays.
days. holidays.
Student Service:
Establishment of student re representation
presentation representation on the Faculty Dis Disciplinary
ciplinary Disciplinary Committee.
Compilation of a list of baby babysitters.
sitters. babysitters.
Student Government sponsor sponsored
ed sponsored help sessions before progs
and finals.
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The Summer Gofor-Friday, July 6,1962

IBM 709' Dedication
Lauds Versatile Computer

The brightest hope for helping
mankind is the use of powerful
data processing devices, comput computer
er computer specialist Dr. G. Truman Hun Hunter
ter Hunter said in the dedicatory address
for the UFs new Computing Cen Center
ter Center Saturday morning.
Available knowledge is increas increasing
ing increasing rapidly but the ability to use
and comprehend it is lagging be behind,
hind, behind, Hunter explained. It is
only recently that machines have
been available to do the arithme arithmetic
tic arithmetic and other information handling
activities which can release men
to do meaningful thinking type
jobs which only people can do.

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Dr. Hunter is educational pro program
gram program administrator for Interna International
tional International Business Machines Corp.,
whose 709 high-speed digital cal calculator
culator calculator is a prime tool in the Com Computing
puting Computing Center.
You have been given an in information
formation information processing tool more
powerful than anything known or
dreamed by past generations. It
is up to you to use it wisely and
make your contributions to edu education,
cation, education, science, and industry,
Hunter told the assembled univer university,
sity, university, state and industry represen representatives
tatives representatives attending the ceremonies.
Pres. J. Wayne Reitz presided at

the dedication and made formal
acceptance of the computer. The
Rev. Thaxton Springfield of the
University Methodist Church gave
the invocation and the dedicatory
prayer.
The Computing Center is pri primarily
marily primarily a service organization to
the university and the state, the
group was told by Dr. John E.
Maxfield, director of the Cen Center
ter Center and head of the Department
of Mathematics.
The facility is managed by Bur Burton
ton Burton M. Woodward. The Center
maintains a small staff who serve
as consultants and do a limited
amount of contract programming.

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Biologist Bags Bones

A two- million-year-old fossil
bed has been found near Gaines Gainesville.
ville. Gainesville.
Dr. Clayton E. Ray, UF biolo biologist,
gist, biologist, believes the "bone yard"
found by skin divers in a nearby
river bed is the greatest ever
found in the state.
One of the finders, Robert Alien,
said there are many fossil areas
about six to eight inches under a
layer of algae in the riverbed.
Allen said the largest wa.s about
bo by SO feet.
We have hardly scratched the
surface,*' Allen said, but to pro protect
tect protect the discovery from careless
amateurs he refused to pinpoint
the exact location of the find.
The deposits range mostly from
10,000 years to tw Q millions years
old, but some shark teeth were
estimated to be as much as 25
fnillion years old, according to
Ray.
Ray also revealed the indentifi indentifieation
eation indentifieation of a small extinct, prong pronghorned
horned pronghorned antelope extracted from
tee deposit. It is the first time
that this antelope has been found
east of central Texas,* Ray said.
The identification follow s the
earlier fossil dtacovery of a giant
flesh-eating bird the size of an
ostrich from the same deposit re recently
cently recently identified by Dr. Pierce
Brodkorb, UF biologist. Dr. Ray
feels that the bird and the ante antelope
lope antelope are the most exciting finds
in Florida in the last 30 years.
Along with the bird and ante antelope,
lope, antelope, great quantities of fossil
found in the same locality have
been turned over to the Florida
State Museum. Moot of the fossil
belong to species already known
and it is only a matter of iden identifying
tifying identifying them, Ray said.
Fossil identified in addition to
the bird and antelope include
parts of a giant bison, two spe species
cies species of camel, an extinct
horse, a giant land tortoise, a

Additional Lanes To Relieve
Stadium Entrance Bottle Neck

By LARRY WOODS
Gator Staff Writer \
' New entrances on the student
aide of Florida Field will he built
this summer to alleviate the bot bottle
tle bottle neck football crowds of past
seasons.
Percy Beard, assistant athletic
director, related the new entrances
will be built on the south end of
the student stai*d s and will consist
of a battery of some five or six
kuies.
When Floridas Fighting Gators
take the field against the Yellow-

trimester Offers Mew Tests

A new program in academic ac acceleration
celeration acceleration will be inaugurated at
the University of Florida this fall
to coincide with the initial trimes trimester.
ter. trimester.
Referred to as advanced place placement,
ment, placement, the program will allow en entering
tering entering students to take advanced
courses in 18 subject areas.
The subject areas include Eng-
Mat, American and European
history, French, intermediate
and advanced German, Latin
and Spanish, along with mathe mathematics,
matics, mathematics, chemistry, biology, and
physics.
Students must first take special
tests administered by the College
Entrance Examination Board be before
fore before they can qualify for the ad advanced
vanced advanced courses.
Examinations administered by
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THIS FOSSIL FIND IS BIG
The horn core of an extinct pronghorned antelope is measured
by Dr. Clayton E. Ray, University of Florida biology professor.
The fossil Is part of a massive deposit of pre-historic animals
recently found near Gainesville and now under study at the
Florida State Museum. Dr. Ray said this is the first time evidence
of this extinct antelope has been found east of Texas.

giant beaver the size of a black
bear and a 150-pound rodent.
In explaining the theory of the
deposits, Ray thinks it is the re result
sult result of normal dying along the
river bank. The bones are not
more than 200 yards from where
they washed into the river, he
said.

Jackets from Georgia Tech on
Sept. 39, football fans should find
it easier to file into the stands.
Past football seasons have found
hundreds of students and fans on
the outside looking in when kick kickoff
off kickoff time rolled around. The conges congestion
tion congestion at the existing entrances did
not allow spectators to enter the
stands fast enough.
The Athletic Department, who
is building the entrance lanes,
feels that the main problem of con congestion
gestion congestion will now be relieved.

the board will be prepared by a
committee of five personnel,
three from the college level, and
two from high school personnel.
The tests will cover both es essay
say essay and objective questions and
students will be allowed three
hours to complete each examina examination.
tion. examination. Language examinations in include
clude include a listening comprehension
phase utilizing a tape recorder
to test the student's ability to
understand the language spoken.

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Peel Editor
Now Posting
By PAM BISHOP
Gator Staff Writer
Don Addis will boss the new
$30,000 publications laboratory ap approved
proved approved last week by UF Pres. J.
Wayne Reitz.
Former Orange Peel Editor Ad Addis
dis Addis was hired in May by the
Board of Student Publications to
direct the process which will en-

ADDIS

according to Addis and K. B.
Meurlott, executive secretary of
the Board of Student Publications.
A 1962 UF graduate in adver advertising
tising advertising design, Addis worked for
two and a half years on an Ar Army
my Army newspaper in Germany, "the
Wacom Courier", and graduated
from the Armys Inform ati on.
School. While wearing khaki, he
won 14 cartooning awards from
the Armed Forces Press Service.
A professional free-lance car cartoonist
toonist cartoonist since his tour of duty end ended
ed ended in 1967, Addis has seen his
work published in such magazines
as "Playboy", "Show Business
Illustrated", "Campus Illustrat Illustrated",
ed", Illustrated", "Help", "Campus Howl",
"Modem Man", "E s c a p a d e",
"Popular Boating", and "Teen".

able campus
publications to
switch from let letterpress
terpress letterpress printing
to offset.
Fasting up the
pages before
sending them to
the printer
should life
quite a bit of
time and money
in the long run,

The Summer GatorFriday, July 6,1962

Famous People
To Bend UF Ear

Attorney General Robert Ken Kennedy
nedy Kennedy and author Tennessee Will Williams
iams Williams may lecture on the UF
Campus next fall, according to
Florida Union Forums Committee
Chairman Rick Cohen.
Its not official yet, but we
have feelers out to bring Bobby
Kennedy next fall, said Cohen.
He said no definite commit commitments
ments commitments have been made, but the
Attorney Generals office has an answered
swered answered letters and requested
more specific dates.
Wed also like to get Tennes Tennessee
see Tennessee Williams up from Key West,
(jtohen added.
Kennedy and Williams are
among the prominent men that
the committee has in mind as lec lecturers
turers lecturers in the Forums Committee
presentations.
i
Book Exchange
Means Savings
Student Government has ini initiated
tiated initiated a book exchange program
to help students save money
on text books.
Students wishing to sell or trade
books should register the books
with the SG office, which will in
turn put them in contact with
other students who come by the
office wishing to buy the books.
SG will recommend a price but
it is not necessary that all books
be exchanged at that price. SG
will not deal directly with the
books themselves but will mere merely
ly merely maintain a reference catalogue
of students with books for sale.
Previously students have had to
deal with area bookstores for their
books. Student Government and
the administration have both re received
ceived received numeroous student com complaints
plaints complaints about the high cost of
books.

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Cohen said the response to book
reviews this semester was sur surprising
prising surprising and said the student body
as a whole seemed to be inter interested
ested interested in seeing more of the same
type presentations.
Committee will be
active during summer school,
said Cohen. The group plans to
ask visiting professors to lecture
on their fields.
A Florida Series to coincide
with election year is planned for
the fall. The series will be design designed
ed designed to give the student a view of
Florida as seen by outside speak speakers.
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The outsiders will d i scuss
Floridas tourism, politics and in industry,
dustry, industry, Cohen said.
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. . Bui they cannot tempi the new all-girl AFROTC Angels/*
Only the Air Force wil receive it's share of la femme, next year.

U rdf or.,led Angels
Adorn AFROTC

Next fall there may be angels
on the drill field. They wont have
any halos, but will be members
No Speoka
Do Engleesh
Florida language teachers are
going native.
From 8 in the morning until 10
at night this summer at the UF,
these language teachers hear no
English, speak no English, see no
English.
A highly select group of Flor Florida
ida Florida French teachers and Spanish
teachers have joined SO other tea teaehers
ehers teaehers from 10 states in an eight eightweek
week eightweek foreign language study to
police up their language facility.
They listen, speak, think, eat, and
sleep in the foreign tongue they
teach throughout the school year.
At the campus dining table it is
passe le pain for the high school
teachers of French, If they say
pass the bread, they will go
hungry. If they yell help they
will be safe as Little Red Riding Ridinghoods
hoods Ridinghoods at the bedside of the big
bad wolf. But with Au secours,
they are secure.
With emphasis on linguistics, the
Foreign Language Institute here is
now in its second year of pro providing
viding providing Florida teachers with a
fresh approach to the study and
teaching of French and Spanish.
The teachers' textbook is a tape
recorder. Like the child they learn
by ear.
For the 27,000 Spanish students
and the 0,000 French students in
Florida this will mean learning
the language like the native learns
like the baby painlessly learns
his first dada.
For the Florida language teach teacher
er teacher it means the development of
native fluency and competency in
the language and new powers in
motivation, says the Institutes
director, Dr. Irvin Wershow, as associate
sociate associate professor of Spanish at
the UF.
The eight week concentrated
study ts conducted by 12 profes professors
sors professors and 12 native-speaking drill
masters.
There is more to it than just
the language, said one teach teacher.
er. teacher. We will go back home with a
greater knowledge of the people
and culture of the Spanish and
French speaking peoples of the
world.
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of a coed drill team.
According to C&pt. William C.
Taylor, assistant professor of Air
Science, During the fall trimes trimester
ter trimester we hope to organize an all allgirl
girl allgirl drill team. They will be call called
ed called the Angel Flight. We haven't
made up the requirements for
membership yet, but probably any
single coed will be able to join.'*
The auxiliary will be sponsored
by the Arnold Air Society, an hon honorary
orary honorary fraternity for advanced Air
Force ROTC cadets.
In addition to marching in pa parades,
rades, parades, the members of the flight
will also act as hostesses for
various campus functions.
Membership in the flight is vo voluntary
luntary voluntary and does not require
membership in the regular ROTC
program, ibis means that the
members will not be required to
attend the ROTC classes and wont
be obligated to join the Air
Force.
The flight will meet once a
week.
The uniform hasnt been chosen
yet, but C&pt. Taylor said Wed Wednesday,
nesday, Wednesday, The uniform will be
different from the standard Air
Force womans uniform.
There is a $2.50 initiation fee
and $2.60 annual dues. In addi addition,
tion, addition, Angel flight members are
affiliated members of the Air
Force Association and pay $2.50
annual dues.
The Angel Flight is a national
organization which was formed
several years ago and has flights
at colleges and universities across
the country. Both the University
of Miami and Florida State have
such flights.
The Governing Body is the Na National
tional National Conclave, made up of re representatives
presentatives representatives from each area and
flight. The national commander,
a colonel, is elected by a general
assembly of Angel Flights and
serves for one year.

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$95,000 to Eye Breathing
Part of USAF Research Grant

Hold your Breath!
The UF announced last week
the receipt of a $95,000 research
grant from the United States Air
Force.
The research will be into the
breathing problems met at vari various
ous various atmospheric conditions. Dr.
Arthur B. Otis, head of the Col College
lege College of Medicines physiology de department
partment department will conduct the stu study.
dy. study.
There are many different as aspects
pects aspects of the project, said Otis.
The study of the mechanics of
breathing and the effects of the

Frosh get Sneak Preview
Os Campus and Trimester

An early look at college life
is in store this summer for Sep September
tember September freshmen bound for the
UF.
Parents and incoming freshmen
were invited to one of 12 two-day
early registration sessions intro introducing
ducing introducing the new students to first
year courses of study and orient orienting
ing orienting them to campus life.
Hie first of the sessions was
scheduled June 21-22. Others fol followed
lowed followed on June 25-26; June 28-29.
Seven two-day sessions are slat slated
ed slated in July and two in August, the
last ending Aug. 10.
During the two days students
are counseled on their academic
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Deadline for entries is July 16.
According to the contest rules, it
is possible for students to win
all five top prizes, which include
a four day stay at the Grand
Bahama Hotel, in the Bahamas.
It is required by the rules that
a student win one prise.
AU entries should be mailed
or brought to the Florida Blue
Key office in the Florida Union.
The Judge for the contest will
be named in next weeks Sum Summer
mer Summer Gator.
The winner will be announced
in the last edition.
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nature of the atmosphere is just
one phase/*
Other studies will include the
study of the physiological and pa pachange,
change, pachange, in fl=Hwk fl=Hwktory
tory fl=Hwktory tract due low / oxygen
context The -affects of hypoxia
(low oxygen content) on certain
organs and tissues of the body,
will be studied, especially to de determine
termine determine the critical oxygen con concentration.
centration. concentration. The critical oxygen
concentration Is that content be below
low below which the organs cannot
function properly.
The tolerance of animals to low

program, register for the fall se semester
mester semester except for payment of fees,
tour the campus, get their first
sampling of dormitory life and
meet University officials.
This will be the fourth consecu consecutive
tive consecutive summer for the early regis registration
tration registration program. Last year 1,653
incoming freshmen and their par parents
ents parents came to campus for the pro program.
gram. program. This is an increase over
the preceding year by more than
1,000, and represents more than
half of the present freshman class,
i Conferences with counselors,
parents and administrative offi officials
cials officials will enable the students to
think through important choices
involved in preparing for a car career
eer career and selecting courses, said
Dr. David Stryker, program coor coordinator.
dinator. coordinator. He said freshmen thus
avoid the hazards of last minute
decisions in the rush of fall en enrollment.
rollment. enrollment.
During the two days, parents
and freshmen are housed at a
nominal fee in Hume Hall. The fee
includes meals available at the re residence
sidence residence hall. Parents are given
separate quarters to permit stu students
dents students to share domiitory life with
other students.
Participation in the program is
limited to those students who have
received an official application
form for the early registration
program.
Summer registration does not
replace participation in orientation
week conducted by upper-division
students each fall.
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oxygen will also be studied, with
emphasis on the new-born ani animals.
mals. animals. An effort will be made to
determine if the new-born have u
gfrda&er tolerance to loW oxygen
when the parents live in a simu simulated
lated simulated low oxygen atmosphere.
A study will also be conducted
to determine the effects of hypox hypoxia
ia hypoxia on kidney function in an assort
to localize the functions and struc structures
tures structures that are especially sensi sensitive
tive sensitive to low oxygen content, ex*
plained Otis.
Another aspect of the study is
to determine whether inhibiting
certain red blood cell enzymes im improves
proves improves animals* ability to mus muscular
cular muscular exercise in a low oxygen
state.
The project is expected to re require
quire require two years. Experiments will
be conducted using both humans
and animals.
An Air Force altitude chamber
and a body plethysmograph wtt
be used in the tests. The altitude
chamber is capable of simulating
altitudes up to 76,000 feet. The
plethysmograph measures pres pressure
sure pressure and volume changes in the
lungs when breathing is taking
'place.
UF Professor
Receives Grant
Alvin B. Biscoe, Jr. instructor
in finance at the University of Flo Florida
rida Florida has been named to receive a
Ford Foundation fellowship in bus business
iness business administration.
Biscoe is one of the 108 graduate
students and faculty members at
48 universities across the nation
who will receive such fellowships.
The recipients were selected
from nominations submitted by
102 institutions.
The purpose of the fellowship is
to strengthen college and univer university
sity university teaching in economics and
business administration and to
support. research on significant
problems in these fields.
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The 1962 Summer Frolics will be held Saturday,
July 21. Labeled the 'Third Annual Saints and Sinners
Ball", the occasion will center around the Holiday Inn.
Starling at 10 a.m., the first phase of the Queen
judging will be a personality interview. Coffee and do*
nuts will be served the judges and contestants.
At 2 p.m., pool-side at the Holiday Inn. the second
phase of the Queen judging will be a beauty parade in
bathing suits. Immediately following this will be a var variety
iety variety of contests open to any student who wishes to
enter.
Included in the contests are such things as water watermelon-eating,
melon-eating, watermelon-eating, apple-bobbing in the pool, belly skids
and others. Prizes will be awarded the champs.
After the individual contests, a pool-side fashion
show will be held.
That night, the finalists in the Queen contest will
present their poise to the judges and guests at the
dance. Prizes will be awarded the Queen of Summer
Frolics.
Don Denson, queen contest chairman, said applica applications
tions applications for contestants may be picked up at the Florida
Union Desk. He said an entrance fee of $2.50 must be
paid either by the entrant or the organization spon sponsoring
soring sponsoring her.
Entertainment chairman Dick Gober said the theme
of the dance will be the "Third Annual Saint's and Sin Sinners
ners Sinners Ball."
'The last two times we've had such an arrangement
people have liked it," said Gober. The idea behind it is
two types of music. For the saints, a casual tempo
dance music. For the sinners, rock and roll, twist or
what-have-you.
During the evening an exhibition of ball room danc dancing
ing dancing will be performed by Willard and Ann Aldridge.
The Aldridges teach the dance lessons in Florida Un-

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Saints And Sinners

ion. They also have their own studio in Ocala. i
Aldridge said he and his wife will exhibit a few of the
popular ballroom dances and a Spanish dance. The Span Spanish
ish Spanish dance, Paso Doble, is a dance depicting the bull
fights. The man dances the part of the matador and the
woman alternates between the part of the cape and
the bull.
J. H. Hintermister, owner of the Holiday Inn, has of offered
fered offered his two motel wagons to provide transportation
to. and from campus for those afoot. Also, Hintermister
has donated a steak dinner f6r two in his General
Gaines Steak House as one of the frolics prizes
Chairman of solicitations, Howard Margolis, said
that Windy's Barbershop has donated the tickets and
posters for advertising the dance.
Chairman of publicity Tommy Kennington said a spe special
cial special effort is being made this year to attract the marri married
ed married students and tne teachers taking summer courses at
the UF.
In the past," said Kennington, these people seem
to have been forgotton. They are just as much a student
as anyone else. By guaranteeing as much smooth dance
music as rock and roll, we hope to make the dance more
attractive to them."
Tickets for the dance will be on sale, July 16-20 for
1.50, stag or drag. The dance will last from 0 p.m. to
la.m.
Other key members of Summer Frolics are Monty
Trainer, chairman of competition, and Lou Ferris, tech technical
nical technical coordinator.
General Chairman of Summer Frolics Tom Gibson
said this is the biggest event of the summer term. He
said all possible effort is being made to provide a good
time for as many students as possible.
If the Summer Frolics staff continues at their pre present
sent present pace; this is going to be the biggest and best Sum Summer
mer Summer Frolics we've ever had," said Gibson.



66 Year Old
Handballer
Yeah, I've seen him around a
lot, quipped one of the regulars.
That old man really gets
around.
Actually, Linton is just that
old guy of 66 who hasnt missed
a week of handball at the UF
courts in 14 years.
Linton is not currently a stu student,
dent, student, although his slightly young younger
er younger wile take s 032. He used to
be a student, taking courses in
the College of Agriculture for six
years.
Professionally, Linton is a farm farmer.
er. farmer. He and his wife operate a pe pecan
can pecan orchard on nearby Earle Earleton
ton Earleton Beach.
A retired chief radioman with
80 years in the Army, Navy and
Coast Ouard, he recalls having
discovered the game of handball
while serving in the Navy in 1016.
At that time Linton was on base
boxing and swimming teams.
My commanding officer told me
I would get killed boxing, he
said, and he suggested I find
another sport. I started playing
handball and have ever since.
While conducting his own phy physical
sical physical fitness program, Linton
likes to feel that he is influencing
the younger set. I want to show
these boys I can still get around.
After all, Im over three times
older than most of them.
ber of the Cooperative Living Or Organization,
ganization, Organization, his sponsor.
Five years ago he won the cam campus
pus campus intramural singgles cham championship,
pionship, championship, merely to be disquali disqualified
fied disqualified when discovered not a mem member
ber member of CLO.
Several years ago the Physical
Education Department filmed his
game for use as an instructional
guide in the classroom.
Among his list of past victims
range a long line of defeated phy physical
sical physical education instructors and
basketball coach Norm Sloan.
Still, probably his highest
praise echoes from the cham chambers
bers chambers of those box-like courts on
most any afternoon. Sure, Ive
seen him a lot. .that old guy
really gets around.
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Elm This Corner
Sport Catches On
Like House Afire
By JARED LEBOW
Gator Sports Editor
Firewatching is fast replacing football
.a
ing spectator sport on the UF campus. Nothing brings
crowds of students rushing out of the dorms cheering
like a good old fashioned conflagration does*
This fact became apparent last spring when a sec section
tion section of Murphree Hall caught fire. A hard core of
rabid fire watching fans was created that night. Ine
big attraction for the fans was not the fire or the
bright red fire trucks, it was Wayne Nalls escape
from his second floor room.
Nalls, a Gator halfback who never did much on
Florida Field, put on a sterling performance for the
fire watching fans, when he tied several sheets toget together
her together and climbed from his window accompanied by the
cheers of the onlookers. Nalls room wasn't on fire, but
the fans were so overjoyed by his death defying escape
that they overlooked this minor detail.
The crowd watching the Murphree fire was a small
avant garde group of fire fans. The sport really caught
the public's fancy at the burning of the College Inn.
This one had everything the expert fire watcher
dreams about, drama, size, brightness, lots of big fire
trucks and a losing effort on the part of the local fire
fighters. People wno had laughed at the idea of fire
watching being a great spectator sport now became con convinced
vinced convinced and rabid fans themselves.
\
Technique Established
A technique of fire watching and a fire watchers
etiquette was established the night of the Cl fire. A
rapport was developed between the spectators and the
participants. The fire assumed the role of the under underdog
dog underdog home team and the fire fighters became the heavi heavily
ly heavily favored, and disliked, opponents.
A set of rules were created, the most important
being one always roots for the fire and not for the fire
fighters unless it is your room which is aflame, in
which case rooting for the opposition is permitted-
A constant flow of chatter is expected from the on onlookers,
lookers, onlookers, but it is considered poor form to say anything
nice to a fireman or policeman. Cheering is required
any time the fire grows larger or a part.of the build building
ing building collapses. Fans applaud when the firefighters smash
a window or break in a door.
One fireman at the Cl fire decided the game worked
both ways. He was situated atop a ladder overlooking
the burning building with a high pressure hose. in hand.
At regular intervals he would turn his attention from
the fire and spray the cheering section with liberal
amounts of water.
Since the Cl fire there have been several outbreaks
of flame on campus, leading a suspicious person to
suspect that some of the fans are taking a more active
interest in the sport.
Football Still Tops
Even though fire watching has made some inroads,
football still remains the most popular sport on campus.
Even in the heat of summer, football is the most talked
about sport in Gainesville.
The announcement that 260 pound tackle Frank
Lasky has been readmitted to the UF has sparked many
conversations on the prospects of the 62 Gator team.
Lasky is one of five newcomers joining 29 returning
lettermen and 47 promising sophomores.
Others joining the team after a years absence are
GeraltpOdom 218 pound tackle, who was a starter on
the 1060 squad; Dick Skelly, who could be the greatest
halfback in UF history and fullback Willie Lager.
Jack Katz, a 212 pound transfer student who had to
sit nut last season, has nailed down one of the starting
guard positions.
Mississippi State must really be frightened of the
Gators- For their opener they play the UF and then for
their second game they face powerful Tampa U. But
Miss. State has nothing on its sister school when it
comes to scheduling breathers. Old Miss plays such
toughies as Memphis State, Chattanooga and Houston.

The Summer Gator-Friday, July 6,1962

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FIGHTING GATORS 1908 EDITION
The Go tort ore shown here with conch Jock Forsythe
following the 1908 season. The UF finished the year
with o 5-2-1 record. The Orange and Blue beat the Jax
A.C. twice, the Gainesville A.C., Stetson and Columbia
College. Losses came at the hands of Rollins and Mercer.
A second game with Stetson finished in a scoreless tie.
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Seven Tall Frosh
Sign With Sloan

University of Florida basketball
coach Norman Sloan and his as assistant
sistant assistant Perry Moore have com completed
pleted completed a banner year in basket basketball
ball basketball recruiting.
When the practice bell rings in
the Florida Gymnasium this Octo October,
ber, October, seven scholarship freshmen
will be on hand.
The seven men are: 6-11 Ri Richard
chard Richard Peek of Pensacola Es Escambia,
cambia, Escambia, 6-10 Gary Keller of St.
Petersburg Dixie Hollins, 6-7
Frank Wicker of Hollywood
South Broward, 6-2 Dan Goolsby
of Apopka, 6-5 Edd Poore of
Knoxville, Tenn., 6-6 Laue Boyd
of Gainesville and 5-10 Bruce
Moore of Akron, Ohio.
Were very pleased with the
group of boys who have decided
to attend the University of Flor Florida
ida Florida on baseketball scholarship,
Sloan said.
We have the makings of a fine
freshman team for next year.
The biggest of the seven is
Peek, a highly sought-after cen center.
ter. center. He scored 730 points last
year and pulled down 527 re rebounds
bounds rebounds ... all Pensacola area
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points in a single game five
times last year.
Keller, at 6-10, led his high
school team to two straight Class
AA state championships. He aver averaged
aged averaged almost 32 points per game
last season for Dixie Hollins, and
had offers from 65 colleges and
universities.
Wicker is a rugged 6-7, 200
pounder with plenty of college po potential,
tential, potential, according to Sloan. He
averaged 20 points per game last
season.
Goolsby led Apopka to the State
Class A championship with a bril brilliant
liant brilliant state tournament. He scored
648 points last season and has the
potential to be an outstanding
guard in college.
Poore is one of the finest ath athletes
letes athletes to come out of Knoxville in
many years. He averaged 29
points per game in basketball for
East High, and made All-Ameri All-America
ca All-America End in football and was out outstanding
standing outstanding in track and baseball
as well.
Boyd was the Player of the
Year in the Gainesville area last
season. At 6-6 he has plenty of
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