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Flavet 111 Must Pay Past Federal Debt

Gator Staff Writer
A federal investigator early this
month informed Flavet HI Mayor
Lou Voelkel that the Village Gov Government
ernment Government Uncle Sam $610.00
for delinquent Social Security pay payments
ments payments due in 1960-61.
In an effort to meet the obliga obligation
tion obligation Voelkel asked for and was
granted $250 from Student Govera Goverament,


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Nash Croons
Saints Swoon
Sinners Spoon
Crooner Johnny Nash will pro provide
vide provide smooth entertainment at the
Third Annual Saints and Sinners
Ball/' highlighting Summer Fro Frolics
lics Frolics Saturday night from t to 1 at
the Holiday Inn.
For the saints", Nash will be
backed by Jim Carr and the Carr Carrtuneg
tuneg Carrtuneg of Gainesville. The Road
Runners from Orlando will make
with rock and roll and twist
sounds for the sinners."
A successful recording artist,
Nash first attracted notice when
Arthur Godfrey signed the singer
So replace Julius Laosa on his
television show. He recently con contracted
tracted contracted with Hecht-Hill Lancast Lancaster
er Lancaster to play the starring role in the
picture, Take a Giant Step."
Frolics will kick off Saturday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon at 2 with a fashion show.
Gainesville Donnigans" will
utilize 7 male and female models
to show how well-dressed UF stu students
dents students should be clad.
The fashion show and the Sum Summer
mer Summer Frolics Queen bathing suit
eompetition at 3 both poolside at
the Holiday Inn, will be open to
any and all, according to con contest
test contest chairman Don Denson.
The ban will also feature the
crowning of the Summer Frolics
Queen and a twist contest. Willard
end Anne Aldridge will entertain
with a dance exhibition. The Ald Aldridges
ridges Aldridges teach Florida Union dance
classes in addition to ruining their
Ocala studio.
Prises donated for hungry con contest
test contest winners include 2 Kansas
City steak dinners at Larry's Won Wonder
der Wonder House, 2 seafood dinners at
the Cedar Key Restaurant, 2 fried
ehicken dinners at the Gate House,
and spaghetti dinners at Man Manaros
aros Manaros Restaurant.
In addition. Rebel and Bowlero
Bowling Lanes contributed 6 free
games apiece; Melody Mart and
Gridleys 2 free record albums;
Mike's Book Shop, a $5 gift certi certificate;
ficate; certificate; Blanchs Beauty Salon, a
shampoo and set; and Ruther Rutherfords's
fords's Rutherfords's Jewelry store, an engrav engraved
ed engraved charm bracelet.
Tickets for the dance may be
purchased at the tables dotting the
campus or at the door. The tariff
Is $1.50, stag or drag.

ment, Goverament, one of few loans ever grant granted
ed granted by the Legislative Council.
Flavet HI, a community of
about 1500, finds it necessary to
employ a part time bookkeeper.
The bookkeeper engaged by the
Village in 1960-61, Delores Lincon,
neglected to withhold Social Se Security
curity Security from her own paychecks.
As a result the Village Govern Government,
ment, Government, who is responsible under

Umi versify of Florida, Gainesville, Florida Friday, July 20, 1962

Crosby To Fill New Position

Assistant News Editor
The UF expanded its adminis administrative
trative administrative staff by calling upon Law
Judge Harold B. Crosby to head
the newly created University Re Relations
lations Relations and Development post,
President J. Wayne Reitz announ announced
ced announced Tuesday.
The new position, according to
President Reitz, will fill a vital
need in developing additional un understanding
derstanding understanding and support for Uni University
versity University programs and its objec objectives.
tives. objectives.
Adjacent to directing the deve development
lopment development program of the University
Judge Crosby will have the res responsibility
ponsibility responsibility of coordinating the Uni University
versity University information and alumni
offices. He will also serve on spe special
cial special projects dealing primarily
with UFs long range plans.
"Jiidge Crort>y," commented
Reitz, because of his experience
as an attorney, judge, and edu educator,

Holiday Itui to Host
UF Beauty Pageant

Summer Frolics Queen aspirants
will don bathing suits 3 p.m. Sat Saturday
urday Saturday for a parade around the
pool at the Holiday Inn.
Contestants are Cynthia Wheeler
Betty Wigelsworth, Irene Wilde,
Mary Ruth Hazen, Judith Craw Crawford,
ford, Crawford, Ann Nihlen, Norma Jeanne
Tainsley, Suzanne McLaughlin,
Carol Zimmer, Mary Bennett,
Joan Haller, Carol Johnson, Jud Judith
ith Judith Nelson, Paula Sommese, and
Ellen Steehler.
The Queen contest will be con conducted
ducted conducted in three phases, the first
a personality interview at 10 Sat Saturday
urday Saturday morning at the General
Gaines Steak House of the Holi Holiday
day Holiday Inn. Contestants will be ra rated
ted rated on personality, voice diction,
general appearance, poise, and
all-over social deportment.
Criteria for judging the bathing
suit competition include beauty, fi figure,

Dentist Preps for Board of Control

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law, must now make good all
monies due plus pay a penalty of
V 2 per cent interest per month.
The error was found by Jan
Knight present Flavet m book bookkeeper.
keeper. bookkeeper.
Voelkel said, The .Village Is
indebted to Jan for haying detect detected
ed detected the discrepency. Had it nbt
been discovered and; reported to
she proper authorities .the debt

cator, educator, ig eminently qualified to
give emphasis, direction and ac acceleration
celeration acceleration to these programs."
Judge Crosby, a native of Jack Jack
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gure, figure, posture, poise, grace and
conformity, with no relation to
other qualifications. One of the
events lined up for the afternoon
segment of Frolics, the bathing
suit parade is open, free to all
Finalists will compete at 8:30
Saturday night in the evening
gown presentation at the Holiday
Inn. The Queen will be crowned
at the Saints and Sinners Ball,"
to be held at the Holiday Inn
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Contest judges are Mrs. Da David
vid David Branch, Gainesville Daily Sun;
Mr. Winn Brown, WGOG radio
station; Miss Barbara Chamber Chamberlin,
lin, Chamberlin, Blanchs Specialty Shop;
Sheriff J. M. Crevasse Jr.,
Gainesville Court House; Mr.
Alex Franks, Holiday Inn; and
Dr. Harry Kantor, UF Pci. pro professor.
fessor. professor.

Gator Editor-in-Chie*
Recently appointed State Board
of Control member Dr. Wayne
McCall has put in about 30 hours
of reading for his first board
meeting in Tallahassee yesterday.
The Ocala dentist said Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night he was still reading to
brief himself on material that
would take over six months mem membership
bership membership on the board to be know knowledgeable
ledgeable knowledgeable of.
Members of the UF Political
Science Department have recently
expressed concern over the ability
of a dentist on the board of control
to administer the needs of the UF
and the state. Questioning of Dr.
McCalls appointment has not been
directed at him personally, bat in
the form of, How can a dentist
know the needs of any field out outside

would have continued to increase
and we would have had to pay'the
full amount plus an additional 25
per cent fine if it had extended
into next year."
. In an appeal to Student Gov Government,
ernment, Government, Voelkel explained the
Village, treasury could pay the en entire
tire entire amount, but such a sizeable
withdrawal would leave him dan dangerously
gerously dangerously low on funds. He said

sonviUe, earned his bachelor <>*
laws degree with high honors from
the UF in 1948. He also completed
one year of undergraduate work
at the UF along with undergra undergraduate
duate undergraduate work at Northwestern Uni University.
versity. University.
He practiced law in Kissimmee
and Pensacola and in 1955 was
appointed Circuit Judge in the
First Judicial Circuit. He was re reelected
elected reelected to the post in 1956 with without
out without opposition.
Stepping down from the Bench
in 1960, Judge Crosby returned
to his alma mater to become pro professor
fessor professor of law and in 1961 he was
appointed assistant dean of the
College 0 f Law.
Governor Bryant earlier this
year appointed Crosby as one of
the state's Commissioners to pro promote
mote promote uniformity of state laws. He
also appointed to the Supreme
Court's committee for the study
of standard jury instruction.
In 1954 he served as a member
of the Governors Citizens Tax
Equalization Committee; in 1956-
57 as consultant to the Florida
Constitution Advisory Commission
and 1958-59 ag a member of the
Governors Study Committee on
Right of-way Acquisition.
The 43-year-old father of two
girl is the author of various
articles for legal publications and
periodicals and a member of a
number of professional organiza organizations.
tions. organizations.
Among these include: American
Bar Association, Florida Bar As Association,
sociation, Association, American Judicature So Society,
ciety, Society, Eighth Judicial Circuit Bar
Assocation, and is a former mem member
ber member of the Board of Governors
of the Florda Bar.
Crosby also serves as a mem member
ber member of the executive committee
of the Law School Admission
Test Council along with being
southeastern director of the Joint
Committee for the Effective Ad Administration
ministration Administration of Justice.
Serving as a pilot in World War
U, Crosby was recalled to active
duty during the Korean conflict.

side outside of dentistry?"
Dr. McCall said he does not pro profess
fess profess to personally know the needs
of all state organizations. Expres Expressing
sing Expressing great belief in the American
political system, he drew a para parallel
llel parallel to Congressional and legislative
means of gathering information.
He said members of these govern governmental
mental governmental organizations must rely
on fellow colleagues, lobbys, com committees
mittees committees and interest groups to ga gather
ther gather information for sensible legis legislation.
lation. legislation. These methods of infor information
mation information gathering are open at all
levels of government if members
will only use them, he said.
I want to go into the board
with an open mind," said Dr. Mc-
Call. I want to do a good job,
but J dont intend to do it alone.
I plan to seek advice whenever

the normal sources of revenue for
the Village are nill during the
Summer and he felt $250 additional
would be required to continue ope operation
ration operation of the Village.
Voelkel was then referred to
the Legislative Council with the
Student Body President Bill Trick Trickel
el Trickel and Vice-President Hugh Mc-
Arthur supporting his request. The
council heard the bill yesterday
and after deliberation passed the
$250 loan request with provision
it be repaid within six months.
Trickel and McArthur sent a
letter to the council which stated,
*Tt is our opinion that the Voelkel-
Flavet 111 bill deserves careful
consideration due to the unusual
circumstances provoking its intro introduction
duction introduction and due to the undesirable
consequences which might be im imposed
posed imposed upon 1500 students should
it fail/*
There was some discussion
among Council members about the
inadvisability of Student Govern Government
ment Government going into the loan business.
The explanation for so few loans
in the past was that student legis legislators
lators legislators wanted to avoid setting an
undesirable precedent.
Officials View
Union Facilities
Officials involved in the con construction
struction construction of the new Florida Un Union
ion Union returned this week from a 10-
day trip to view union facilities
at other universities across the
We took a complete tour of the
Union facilities at the schools and
sat down afterward and talked
over the good and bad points in
each union with officials from the
school," Rion said.
The group viewed the facilities,
equipment and design of the un unions
ions unions at the various schools visited.
Others on the trip were Pierce
L. Barrett Jr., and Jack Moore,
architects; Arnold Butt, UF con consultant
sultant consultant architect; Gay Welborn,
director of food service.
The ten-day trip took them to
Ohio State University, Bowling
Green University, Southern Illinois
University, Northern Illinois Uni University,
versity, University, University of Mexico and
Oklahoma University.
It has been brought to the at attention
tention attention of Leg. Council that peo people
ple people have been feeding the ani animals
mals animals in the pasture across from
the University Gardens on Ar Archer
cher Archer Road.
It has been shown that these
animals have a tendency to be
hostile without warning, since
they are now undergoing experi experimental
mental experimental techniques.
A child has been bitten there
recently by a horse. Therefore
it is requested that people In this
area refrain from feeding the


The 20 year veteran of Florida
politics and dentistry said the
chief information source' of the
board is through the executive
Director, Dr. Broward Culpepper.
In addition to reports to the board.
Dr. McCall plans to form a group
Os advisors from the several areas
the board has occasion to deal
These people are not to influ influence
ence influence me, but to advise me," said
Dr. McCall. Even though the
boards main source of information
is through the efforts of Dr. Cul Culpepper,
pepper, Culpepper, these people can be of
great value in keeping me up to
date in their fields/*
Dr. McCall said he is very much
in favor of teacher pay raises, not
only on the university level, but
for the entire education system.
(Continued on Page TWO)

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Epsilon PM; Panin StnawK, by Theta Chi; Cynthia Wheeler, by Mb Gamma; iceonj raw,
Judith Relnn, by DPC; Jaaa IfaH, by Florida Union Desk Assistants; Susan Mel ssgh

Hn, by Alpha Delta Pi; Judy
Crawford, by Second floor Mal Mallory
lory Mallory Hal; third row, Nonna
Jennie Tinsley, by The Sun A
Fun Club; Ann Nihlen, by Flori Florida
da Florida Players; Mary Bason, by
PM Kappa Tan; Betty Wigete
worth, by The Gentlemen Five;
Carol Zimmer, by The Summer
Gator; Mary Bennett, by PM Mu
Alpha; Carol Johnson, by PM
Gamma Delta.
Faculty Plays In
Longhair Conceit
A Faculty Concert will be pre presented
sented presented next Tuesday evening, July
24th at S:ls p.m. in the University
The program opens with Samuel
Teeters playing Mozarts Sonata
in C Major. Reid Poole is fea featured
tured featured nevt on the French horn
playing Sonata, F Major Opus 17
by Beethoven accompanied by
Tee tecs. Vocalist for (he evening
win be Guy B. Webb, bass-baritone
singing four selections by the Ger German
man German composer Hugo Wolf.
Teeter a returns to the piano to
play a composition by &eM Poole
entitled Fbr Preludes/
The concert ends with a brass
trio ensemble playing *Sonata for
Horn, Trumpet send Trombone* by
Francis Puulen, featuring Conrad
Bauschka on the trumpet, Reid
Poole on the French horn and Ri Richard
chard Richard Bowles on the trombone.
FR 6-4641

The Sommer Gator, Friday July 20,. 1962

Prof Explores
Kiddie Psyche

What a child becomes as an
adult depends at least as much
upon the way he understands and
interprets his parents actions as
upon what the parents themselves
do, say* Dr. Ira J. Gordon, pro professor
fessor professor of education.
The only rule for bringing up a
child should be the child himself,
Dr. Gordon says in a new book,
Human Development From
Birth Through Adolescence. His
moot recent publication was re released
leased released this month by Harper and
Bach child is unique and spec special,
ial, special, both in physiology and out outlook
look outlook on life. Dr. Gordon explains.
4 Because of this, what is right
for one child may be quite wrong
for another.
Parents mutt remember what,
seems fair to them may not seem
fair to a child. Fair treatment in
a family with more than one child
usually mesa* equal treatment,
says the educator, and, he adds
ruefully, it usually ends in being
tmfair to ah.
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should he continued into school,
say* the educator. Trying to teach
children subjects which they are
not prepared to receive ends only
in frustrating them.
We fool ourselves into thinking
were firming up the curriculum
but many of the children arent
getting all we think they are.
Presentation by the teacher is not
equivalent to understanding by
the child.
And, Dr. Gordon takes issue
with standard tests designed to
label the gifted and the nor normal
mal normal chd. The young people
themselves should be the ones to
decide if they can do advanced
work or not. They should not be
dtooouraged if they want to try
work which seems to bo beyond
them. Dr. Gordon says.
He remdly admits that individ individual
ual individual learning programs wffl place
an additional strain on teachers,
but, he says, innovations such as
team teaching and teaching ma machines
chines machines if we use them intelligent intelligently,
ly, intelligently, wHI lighten the load.

Dentist Appointed

(Continued from Page ONE)
He said we must pay our teachers
ind professors decent salaries or
well lose them. He said if a man
is outstanding he should be paid
according to his ability. f
: The most common question ask asksd
sd asksd Dr. McCall since his appoint appointment
ment appointment is, How will you have time
eit. M He said he has had time
it for the past 30 years and
doesnt see any change for the
As a matter of fact, said Dr.
McCall Til be putting more time
than ever into it. Being a member
of the board will be a challenge
for me. I guess Tm Just not satis satisfied
fied satisfied with doing one thing- i n
* Dr. McCall has seven sons rang ranging
ing ranging in age from four to 18. His

Fee Distribution
Allocated by SG

Gator Staff Writer
A more equitable fee alloca allocation,
tion, allocation, designed to cope with an in increase
crease increase in the number of students
and activities and the UFs tran transition
sition transition to the trimester system
was Student Body Treasurer Paul
Hendrick's description of the 1962-
63 Student Fee Distribution.
Hendrick described the fee sys system
tem system as an initial investment which
in their individual interests at no nominal
minal nominal cost. $14.50 from each stu students
dents students registration fee is allocat allocated
ed allocated to Student Government, which
in turn distributes the money
among the various student activi activities.
ties. activities. The total expenditure for the
first two trimesters next year is
estimated at $361,090.
Based hi part on the Fee Ex Expenditure
penditure Expenditure Evaluation survey made
last faH, next years allocation
was given final approval at the
Legislative Councils final meet meethag
hag meethag last spring.
Publications was allocated the
largest increase, based on the fact
that the Alligator, Seminole and
now-defunct Orange Peel finished {
one, two, three in the FEE survey,
and on the expectation that the
Gator would go daily in the
fell. The daily Alligator has since
been confirmed.

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youngest son is not yet in school
and his oldest son will enter Flo Florida
rida Florida State University in Septem September.
ber. September.
*lt looks like TO have a personal
interest in Florida education for
the next 20 years, said! the 43-
year-old dentist.
Looking to Floridas future,
Dr. McCall said the trend of in industrialization
dustrialization industrialization is only beginning
in this state. Industry is prone
to provide universities with grants
and trust funds. An effective board
of control can help steer theaa
funds to state as well as private
I know all of the board mem members
bers members and most of them personal personally,
ly, personally, said Dr. McCall. With their
help I feel I can be an effective
board member.

Largest cuts were taken by the
Baud and fee Debate Team, be became
came became Leg Cornell members felt
that they did not benefit fee stu student
dent student body as a whole as great greatly
ly greatly as other activities.
Fourteen of the twenty-two acti activities
vities activities received no change in per
student allocation, but with the ex expected
pected expected increase la the akat of the
student body, their actual dollar
amounts will rise.
Ribs fir Sandwiches

Prof Pay Raise
Says Dr. Reitz
Reports of 40 per cent aver average
age average salary increases for university
faculty members are not correct
UF Pres. J. Wayne Reitz said
Reitz said that by virtue of the
Budget Commissions action at
their meeting Tuesday, salaries
have reached a point 29 per cent,
above that of the 1959-61 bien biennsAum.
nsAum. biennsAum.
Included in this, is
an 11 per eent time adjustment
for the increased teaching time
under the trimester plan of oper operation.
ation. operation. This 11 per cent is in no
way a merit increase but pro-
Tri-mester Idea
Requires 2 Mew
Assistant Deans
With the tri-mester program just
around the corner two assistant
deans will be added to the admin administrative
istrative administrative staff sometime before
September, Dean of Academic Af Affairs
fairs Affairs Lester L. Hale has announ announced.
ced. announced.
An assistant dean of men will
be added, although this is not
exactly a new post. Dean Frank
Adams once filled this post but
for the last two years the position
has been vacant.
The other new position will be
an assistant dean of women.
Recommendations are now be being
ing being considered and a final deci decision
sion decision will probably bot be reached
until late August or early Sept September
ember September for the new positions.
Dean Hale said that personnel
from other universities and those
presently with the UofF are under
Saunders Off
To S* America
Dr. John Van Dyke Saunders, di director
rector director of UF*s Latin American
Language and Area Studies Cen Center,
ter, Center, has been named to serve as
a coordinator for a Peace Corps
project in Brazil.
The summer project, to be con conducted
ducted conducted at the University of Okla Oklahoma,
homa, Oklahoma, will train between 150 and
200 agricultural and technical
workers who will follow a pro program
gram program of area studies in Brazilian
culture, history and politics. In
addition they will receive inten intensive
sive intensive language studies in Portu Portuguese,
guese, Portuguese, studies in United States
government, history and culture;
health and medical training; phy physical
sical physical education, and technical stu studies.
dies. studies.
Dr. Saunders received his pri primary
mary primary and secondary education in
Brazilian schools. For ids Ph.D
degree from UP he specialized
in the sociology of Latin America.
Re has traveled extensively hi La Lathi
thi Lathi American countries and Is the
author of numerous books and ar articles
ticles articles concerning the area.
The Peace Corps project in Bra*
fcl will help in the development
Os the Ban Francisco Valley and
Ik similar to TVA work in this
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vides additional pay tor additional
work, Reitz said.
Apparently some confusion
has arisen regarding UF faculty
memoers salaries for the coming
academic year, Reitz said in a
prepared statement. Some re reports
ports reports have also inaccurately indi indicated
cated indicated that this percentage increase
was achieved in only one year.
Reitz explained that merit in increases
creases increases for the first fiscal year
following the 1959-61 biennium
averaged approximately 13 per
cent. Merit increases approved
yesterday by the budget commis commission
sion commission averaged approximately five
per cent.
On administrative and non-aca non-academic
demic non-academic salary scales, Reitz said,
These salaries at the UF remain
substantially below those levels
necessary to recruit and retain
competent personnel. Efforts will
be made in budget requests for
the forthcoming biennium to bring
teaching, administrative and non nonacademic
academic nonacademic .salaries to comparable
levels elsewhere, he added.
New Building
To Replace
OfM Flo vet I
* Gator Staff Writer
. The new nuclear science build building
ing building to be built behind the College
of Engineering will displace sev several
eral several of the frame structures in
Flavet I, according to Calvin C.
Greene, director of Plant and
G rewinds.
The frame buildings are a high
source of maintenance cost be because
cause because their estimated 10 : year life lifespan
span lifespan has been extended manyfold,
Greene said.
The buildings were originally in intended
tended intended as emergency facilities for
the military during World War 11.
The structures were picked up
from various military installations
and moved to the UF campus to
meet the housing needs of marri married
ed married students.
Eventually all of this area
will bow to the needs of an ex expanding
panding expanding central campus, Greene
said. The date for complete re replacement
placement replacement is the day when we get
enough money to construct new
Greene also was unsure as to
just what would serve as a re replacement
placement replacement for the frames. Greene
felt multi-story buildings would
not be advantageous in either a
practical or aesthetic sense.

Sirloin Fillet Mignon T-Bones
Priced SI,OO, $1.35, $1.40 and $1.95
% -95 cVi $1.35 Whfe Chicken for two- $2.50
Lunches 65c Dinners 85c
"gracious living everyday"
210 E. Univ. FR 6-7423

Man Fights With Insects

Gator Staff Writer
Man is destroyed more by in insects
sects insects than by war, according
to Dr. John T. Creighton, head of
the UF Entomology Department.
Insects kill more men than do
wars, and even in Wartime insects
cause a major part of the cas casualties,
ualties, casualties, Creighton said.,
Creighton listed as one of the
main reasons he entered entomo entomology
logy entomology was because are the
greatest limiting factor on social
and economic developments.
The science of entomology deals
with the study of the structure,
functioning, classification and re relationship
lationship relationship of insects to their en environment.
vironment. environment.
Creighton came to the UF in
1929 and since 1937 he has head headed
ed headed the Entomology Department.
Under his guidance the depart department
ment department has performed valuable re research.
search. research. It was the first to perfect
and use parathion as an effective
insect spray.
The department also did re research
search research in the factors affecting in insect
sect insect reproduction. It was first to
discover the effect certain miner mineral
al mineral deposits had on the reproductive
habits of insects.

Gator Band To Host
Clinic For Students

Eighty high school students
from around the state will have
the opportunity to explore their
musical interests at the Gatorland
Band and Choral Clinic July 22-
28 at the UF.
The clinic will provide student
contact with University specialists
in musical performance. Clinic
members will receive instruction
in music theory, musical perform performance
ance performance and stage techniques, and
Gator Speaks
Out Loud
WRUF has a talking gator.
The Summer Gator now
reaches students by air as well
as print. Every Thursday at
19 :5 p.m. WRUF presents
The Summer Gator on the
Air/* Hostess for this program
is Carole Barde Ha.
The Summer Gator on the
Afar is now in its second year.
The purpose of t be program is
to present students with the
latest campus news and hap happenings,
penings, happenings, plus occasional editor editorials.
ials. editorials.
Hear he Summer Gator
speak out loud.
Patronize Gator

TV Summer Gator, Friday July 20, 1962

The UF Entomology Depart Department
ment Department has graduated over 200
entomologists, which are a major
portion of the entomologists in the
state. The UF has the largest un undergraduate
dergraduate undergraduate entomology depart department
ment department in the nation and the only
one in the state. It receives $170,-

vvill attend forums on music edu education,
cation, education, professional music and re related
lated related vocations.
The clinic is to be conducted by
the Division of General Extension
of the Florida Institute for
Continuing University Studies in
cooperation with the Universitys
Department of Music.
Mrs. Hazel T. Morgan, youth ac activities
tivities activities coordinator for the Divis Division
ion Division of General Extension, will act
as clinic coordinator. University
Director of Bands Richard W.
Bowles will serve as clinic band
director, and Dr. Elwood J. Keiv
ter, University choir director, will
lead the chorus.
A concert by the clinic mem members
bers members will close the week-long ses sessions
sions sessions Saturday, July 28 at 6:45
p. m. in the University Auditorium
The event will be open to the pub public.
lic. public.
Students participating in the
clinic are in grades 10 through 12,
have recommendations from their
high school principals and music
director and at least two years
experience on a regular band in instrument.
strument. instrument.

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006 yearly in federal grants.
Creighton has traveled exten extensively
sively extensively abroad as a representative
of the U. S. government.
In 1948 and 1960, Creighton was
in Costa Rica for The Inter-
American Institute of Agricultural
Sciences as an Entomological Re Research
search Research Consultant.
While in Costa Rica, Creighton
assisted in the development of a
control for human skin grub, an
insect which gets under the skin
of humans and animals, causing
disease and great discomfort.
The grub has been eradicted and
a law has been passed requiring
life&tock to be sprayed with an in insecticide
secticide insecticide developed by Creightons
Creighton was sent to Thailand
in 1951-52 on a special economic
and technical mission. While in
Thailand, he traveled through the
kingdom and did much research
on the Indo-China border, which is
now riot-torn Laos.
Mrs. Creighton travels with her
husband, but stays in the capital
city of the country rather than
risking the dangers of the bush
When not busy with departmen departmental
tal departmental responsibilities, Creighton finds
time to relax by fishing and pur pursuing
suing pursuing other forms Os athletics.
Creighton, who ha?, no children
of his own, has a reputation with
his students for having a keen in interest
terest interest in them and refers to his
graduates as his grandchildren."
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sensible politics
The butcher, the baker, the candle-stick-maker as
well as a dentist from Ocala should be interested in
Florida politics.
Governor Farris Bryant recently appointed Dr.
Wayne McCall to- the Florida State Board of Con Control.
trol. Control. Dr. McCall, an Ocala dentist, has been active
in Florida politics for the past 20 years. We con congratulate
gratulate congratulate the Governor on his choice. We think;
Dr. McCall is one of the best qualified men in the
state for the job. >
THERE ARE those among us who disagree. They
say Dr. McCall is probably a fine man but what does
he know of the Board of Control.
In a lengthy interview with the doctor, we ques questioned
tioned questioned him from A to Z on the matter. His admis admission
sion admission of not being omniscient is a fourth of the hat hattie.
tie. hattie. His willingness to be informed is another fourth
of the battle. The last half of the battle comes in
the results of his membership on the board in the
next four years.
This is not to say that we will fully agree with
all of Dr. McCall's future beliefs, policies and ac actions.
tions. actions. Furthermore, should we disagree with the
doctor, we would not hesitate to so inform him. As
an agent of the mass media, we feel it our respon responsibility
sibility responsibility to keep him and other board members in informed
formed informed of the situation in our community.
STILL FURTHER in Dr. McCalls favor is his ac acknowledgment
knowledgment acknowledgment of the need for communication be between
tween between both elected and appointed government of officials
ficials officials and the people. .
We do not notice any particular political favori favoritism
tism favoritism in his appointment either. Dr. McCall present presently
ly presently holds the only major Florida board appointment
from Ocala.
We also like Dr. McCalls ideas on contemporary
public feeling. He has recognized the extreme move movements
ments movements in the country. With these movements he
has said there seems to be much of a pessimistic
feeling among todays youth. He has expressed a
desire to approach Floridas future with optimism.
We like Dr. McCalls philosophy, record and sen sensible
sible sensible approach to politics. Most of all we like the
fact that a dentist has taken an interest in govern government,
ment, government, both state and local.
WE FEEL that more people should take an in interest
terest interest in their government. This not only includes
professional people but every John and Jane Doe.
What the average citizen knows about govern government
ment government and its workings after he has been in his en environment
vironment environment for several years is something short of
nothing. Most people dont have the time.
We think it significant to note here that Board
of Control positions are not salaried in any way.
These men donate their time to the state govern government.
ment. government. How much time do you put into knowing or
helping your state or local government?
So we ask, why shouldnt a dentist or doctor or
business man or any one else for that matter, be
appointed to state governmental positions if they
have put their time and energy into politics. Par Particularly
ticularly Particularly if such people have demonstrated a good
record and a willingness to learn.
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Friday, July 20, 1962

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Jf &> IcflMMOM^p

Infirmary Offers Cure

My temperature wasnt high
enough and I could still walk.
These two qualifications en enabled
abled enabled me to return to my
room and bother my room-
The infirmary is so efficient!
In a state of near collapse
from ptomaine poisoning, I was
chicly in informed
formed informed that as
aBPPPBajMBfc 5 long as I can
mm walk I was
not entitled to
i"*! jfff special care.
*SO subtle.
JMJ Have you
ever had pto ptomaine
maine ptomaine poison poisonliUml
liUml! poisonliUml 1 ... 1 ing? Its wick-
Schneider e d.
Picture yourself sapped of
energy, not knowing what is
happening, worrying about a
test in Shakespeare, trying to
remember significant quotes,
and having your lifeblood
sapped out of you.
So sharp.
No, I wont go to the in infirmary.
firmary. infirmary. But you give in. You
hobble over to the institution.
Ive been poisoned, I said.
Oh, really, she answered.,.
Lie down, the doctor will be
with you shortly, she quipped.
So I relaxed in the health
A ghost lives in our house. .
Twenty years ago a UF pro professor
fessor professor disappeared. My room roommates
mates roommates and I are sure hes living
in the locked storeroom of our
off-campus dwelling which our
lease forbids us to enter. The
ghost doesnt |jg||||
disturb us, jJfl
however, be-
cause we are jflHf
used to strange jH
occurrences at
our house. m
For instance, ..
the other day
four feet high
entered our BARDELLA
house through an unknown pas-

clinic. That name is a mis misnomer.
nomer. misnomer.
The doctor ambles in and
gently shoves his hands into
my stomach.
Hurt, he asked. I was too
doubled up to answer.
Then you get invited in this
clean office with a picture of
Hippocrates examining a kid.
I think I might be safe, I
You go home and rest all
day and take these few thou thousand
sand thousand pills, he suggests. He for forgot
got forgot to include, If you dont
live till tomorrow, toughskies.
Out I go. I take the pills and
of course the Kaogoric. And I
wait. And I wait, and wait, and
I take my temperature, its
101. Go back?
Never, better to die and be a
martyr. T i
Oh, by the way, if you want to
know where I got the poisoning
at was from a local on-campus
eatery that keeps its french
dressing in an open container.
[ Better luck on your venture
to* the infirmary. If youre
sr&art youll give the infirmary
up for Lent. The doc that I
had was ticked off because he
was getting more patients than
one down the hall.

sage and went to sleep on the
divan. No one was alarmed.
Following suit, it isnt unusual
to come home and find four or
five unfamilar people sitting in
our living room . but who
These things made me think
recently how informal life is at
the UF . especially in the
Living within the realm of a
university . ghosts, white
dogs, strange people . it's a
delightfully casual life.
* *
Looking through a 1950 Semi Seminole
nole Seminole recently, some friends
and I laughed at the clothes
worn then . especially wom womens
ens womens fashions. /
It doesnt seem possible now,
but in a few years someone will
look at the 1962 Seminole and
get their laugh for the day.
I can just hear the epace epaceage-girl
age-girl epaceage-girl laughing at the bouf bouffant
fant bouffant hair styles, the short skirts
and spike heels so popular to today.
day. today.
Theyll probably get a real
kick out o< dirty tennis shoes,
bermuda shorts, shorts and slim
jims. \
It is even posible that they
will laugh and say, Look, they
wore dresses back in 62.
It seems that one generations
fashions often provide the suc succeeding
ceeding succeeding generation with a source
of humor.
.... Carole BardeDa

Conservative Comment

Defense loon
Needs Work
In my last column Mrs, Claire
Stryker was attributed as mak making
ing making a statement concerning the
dedication to peaceful inceptions
of the Soviet Government. A
typographical error was made
in the sixth paragraph by the In Insertion
sertion Insertion of the words, she said,
Mrs. Stryker did not make this
statement. My apologies to Mrs.
Through the National Defense
Education Act, Congress has
enabled the government to pro provide
vide provide funds for loans to college
students at low interest rates.
however, that in order for a
student to qualify for a loan he
must sign an oath of loyalty to
the United States and an affi affidavit
davit affidavit to the effect that he is not
a Communist.
These stipulations have been
denounced as being an infringe infringement
ment infringement upon freedom and dis discriminatory
criminatory discriminatory against those who
refuse tp sign such documents.
Some educators and students
have become so outraged that
several colleges have refused
the federal funds and thereby
prohibited students from avail availing
ing availing themselves of the loans.
It is difficult, however, to see
just whose freedom is being
violated by the NDEA stipula stipulations.
tions. stipulations. Both the government and
the student have the right to
contract with each other or re refuse
fuse refuse to contract with each other,
depending upon whether the
terms of the agreement are mu mutually
tually mutually satisfactory.
* *
IF THE student demands that
no conditions be attached to the
loan, the government is within
its right to refuse to enter into
the agreement.
And if the government im imposes
poses imposes conditions that are intoler intolerable
able intolerable to the student, the student
has the right to refuse to enter
into the contract. The freedom
to contract has not been abridg abridged
ed abridged because there is no coercion
However, when a university
or a faculty steps in and pro prohibits
hibits prohibits a student from entering
into a contract with the gov government,
ernment, government, the university has
abridged the freedom to con contract.
tract. contract.
Moreover, it is difficult to
see how the NDEA stipulations
are discriminatory. An individ individual
ual individual must be excluded against his
will if discrimination is to oc occur.
cur. occur.
However, those who refuse to
sign the oath and affidavit, do so
of their own free will. They have
excluded themselves.
* *
IT WOULD seem that those
who are so worried about the
signing of the affidavit that
they would prefer that the uni university
versity university refuse the NDEA funds
are infinitely more totalitarian
than the Congress which created
the stipulations. They would
presume to dictate a matter of
conscience to individuals.
Summer Gator
To the Editor
Names will be ..
. .withheld on request.
We reserve the right..
.. .to edit letters
Please sign all letters*
. i ..... M -


Student Leaders Balk

Five observers from UF are
going to Ohio State in August
to attend the convention of the
biggest and most influential un union
ion union of college students in the
country. The organization is the
National Student Association.
Its members are the student
governments of almost 400 col colleges
leges colleges and universities, represent representing
ing representing 1,000,000 American students.
Our university has never be belonged
longed belonged to the NSA, but has al always
ways always sent observers. This years
group, like others will consider
recommending that UF join,
after it sees what NSA is like.
Its the same old problem of
university student governments
no continuity from one year to
the next, eo each administration
has to decide the same ques question
tion question over and over again.
Actually, there shouldnt be
so much indecision about affilia affiliation.
tion. affiliation. The NSA is the group that
lobbies for students on Capitol
Hill, that represents us in in international
ternational international student meetings,
that gets widest publicity for stu student
dent student opinion all over the country.
Its cost is quite reasonable and
entitles university students to
low-cost world travel tours and
to a money-saving discount serv service.
ice. service.
The student government gets
the use of a complete admini administrative
strative administrative clearing service and we
all get representation at the
conventions, covered by national
news media.
At present the UF is a mem member
ber member of SUSCA, the Southern
University Student Council As Association,
sociation, Association, a kind of secessionist
outfit that us no good at
Its other members are far be behind
hind behind us in student organizational
experience and consequently we
wind up as big brothers at their
So far weve been avoiding
NSA for a rag-bag of irrelevant
reasons. The one that dismays
the campus politicians most
(since .theyd like to be real
politicians some day), is its sup supposed
posed supposed liberal views. This issue
was raised at last years con convention
vention convention by an outside group groupdescribed
described groupdescribed by the NY Times as
a front for the YAF using
walkie-talkies and William Buck Buckley,
ley, Buckley, they alienated most of the
delegates and scuttled chances
for a conservative balance in
the conventions resolutions.
Nevertheless NSA has con consistently
sistently consistently toned down its plat platform
form platform to conciliate Southern
members, and Bob Ripley and
FSUs Art Moore have both ob obeerved,
eerved, obeerved, NSA is THE college
student spokesman, if you dont

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like what it says, the only thing
to do is join it and try to in influence
fluence influence it.
The complaint about costs
is sometimes raised, but we al always
ways always send observers to NSA
anyway, whether we belong or
not, and were already paying
dues to SUSCA, so that cant be
a reason, just an excuse.
A third reason thats been ad advanced
vanced advanced is rather ominous. The
northern universities, they im imply,
ply, imply, are more independent of
their administrations, and there therefore
fore therefore can say things we dare not
This is what might be called
the fink point of view. Lets hope
its an adolescent phase south southern
ern southern campuses are through with,
and the UF is ready to play with
the big boys at last.
Gator Band
Has Concert
Sail, sail thy best, ship of
Democracy so sang the
Summer Choral Union in a
fine concert last Tuesday night.
This moving, patriotic work
for chorus and orchestra clim climaxed
axed climaxed the first performance of
the Summer Symphony.
The Sy m myear
year myear 6f£ Fin- CTFVFhK
nish composer 5 CVCr,a
died be&re it was performed.
In 1950 Thor Johnson, then
conductor 'Of the Cincinnati
Symphony heard the work in
Finland and brought it back to
the states. This delightful, mel melodic
odic melodic Wotk is quite a welcome
contrast to the contemporary
composers so often heard today.
The Concert program was well
chosen dnd Well performed and
both groups deserve congratu congratulations*
lations* congratulations* for fine work this sum summer.
mer. summer. v s
1 Coming Events
The Department- of Music fac faculty
ulty faculty will give a concert on July
24 presenting Samuel Tetters,
piano; Guy Webb, bass-baritone;
Conrad Bauschka, trumpet;
Richard Bowles, trombone; and
Reid Poole, horn. The program
will include works by Beethoven,
Mozart Francis Poulenc, Hugo
Wolf, and" the Department of
Music Head, Reid Poole.


Movie's Okay But Ushers Don't Rate

Take an assistant librarian,
add the seven-year itch and
you have the theme of Peter'
Sellers latest comedy hit.
Only Two Can ..Play at the
Stas£ f through Saturday 1s so-
phisticated, comedy in the raw,i>
Sellers latest comedy Id 4 f
formance as the librarfefi who :
sees girls around every comer* ?
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Challenges Conservative

The writer agrees with much
of what Robert L. Jones has to
say in the July 13 issue about sub subjecting
jecting subjecting the future of freedom to
Communist promises. Yet I would
also ask if the Young Americans
for Freedom stand for freedom for
such Americans as Martin Luther
King and his recent activities in a
city not too far away to the north
of Gainesville Albany, Georgia.
I would also ask if the
staunch supporters of freedom
in the Congress such as Senators
Goldwater and Tower or Con Congressmen
gressmen Congressmen Alger or Rousselot or
even our own Florida Congressmen
have suggested that we might im implement
plement implement Theodore Roosevelts Big
Stick policy in favor of Victor Raul
Haya de la Torre or Romulo Be Betancourt
tancourt Betancourt who have been having
actual fights with genuine Commu Communists
nists Communists and un-democratic authorit authoritarians-totalitarians
arians-totalitarians authoritarians-totalitarians in recent days.
It is no doubt a good thing to
haye another group such as the
YAF interested in preserving de democracy
mocracy democracy from the inroads qf com communism
munism communism much less Socialism.
At the same time, I would feel a
great deal more confident of the
value of these groups if some of
them would make a few statements
about preserving democracy from
the inroads of the totalitarians of

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The Summer Gofer, Fridoy, July 20, 1962

Bored by the humdrums of a
wife and two children, Sellers
is looking for excitement: the
excitement that only a woman
in his life could provide.
And along comes Liz. Shes
not THE LIZ of Rome fame,
but a formidable substitute.
Both Lizs are like the words
qf the song, . . willing and
eager and able to hold you.

one might call the Right. While
there are many groups who want
to save us from the left only a
few handful of groups and indivi individuals
duals individuals receive support for support supporting
ing supporting the extension of the material
and non-material benefits of the
Good Society to those groups ip
the United States and the Free
World who are blocked from ex exercising
ercising exercising their rights and abilities
by. those of the right.
Freedom in the widest sense
freedom from government domi domination,
nation, domination, freedom from church do domination,
mination, domination, freedom from class and
race rigidity are part and par parcel
cel parcel of the mainstream of Ameri American
can American democratic thinking. It cannot
be too strongly emphasized that
these who would support and fos foster
ter foster democratic forms of govern government
ment government for groups within our Am American
erican American society or foreign society
are deserving of support as much
as if not more than those
who see democracy only in terms
of the presence or absence of a
Communist threat. The writer
would therefore suggest that Flor Florida
ida Florida students think also in terms of
support for those freedom fighters
who have been fighting demo democracys
cracys democracys battles in such places as
Albany, Ga., Lima, Peru, or Car Caracas,
acas, Caracas, Venezuela.

Sellers is taken aback by her
obvious enthusiasm, but with
the gusto of a typical British Britisher,
er, Britisher, he meets the situation.
times have you been caught on
the bus standing dangerously
close to a voluptuous blonde
and become absolutely frustrat frustrated
ed frustrated by the situation?
OR: How many times have
you been parked when a cow
sticks his head in through the
window and all hell breaks
many times have you been in
the home of your favorite mis mistress
tress mistress when her husband comes
home unexpectedly?
Funny? These are just a few
of the situations that make On Only
ly Only Two Can Play at the State
a comedy hit long to be remem remembered.
bered. remembered.
Lest we forget, Spartacus
is at the Florida. But try not
to be there when it rains.
Those viewers watching the
movie Wednesday afternoon
were subjected to a ten-minute
interlude of an usher sweeping
the rain out of the theatre. This
doesnt make for good hearing
or viewing of the product on
the screen.
But I guess the management
realizes that when you have an
inferior product to sell, its best
to try and distract the viewers
Nevertheless, their offering
isnt a bad movie neither is
it a must see movie.
Spartacus is the type of
movie that requires at least
two boxes of popcorn, numer numerous
ous numerous Cokes, and a persevering
attitude to endure. In other
words, its LONG!

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Page 6

Junior College Officials Attend
FSU Workshop For One Week

Florida State University will be
the scene of the second
workshop held by 11 junior col college
lege college presidents and deans. The
administrators are from 42 junior
colleges, both public and private,
in 12 southeastern states. The
workshop will be held July 30 to
August 3. according to I>r. Robert
R. Wiegman, Director of the Jun Junior
ior Junior College Center at the UF.
The assembly will be concerned
primarily with the inter-change
of ideas and the pooling of re resources
sources resources for the improvement of
junior college administration in
southeastern states.
Dr. James Rice, of Stephens Col College.
lege. College. Columbia, Missouri, will give
the lead-off address of the work workshop
shop workshop on July 30. He will speak on
The Climate of an Institution/
The emphasis of the weeks in institute

Electron Concert
To Cure Cancer

A giant electron accelerator is
being used by the health center
for the treatment of certain types
of cancer.
Dr. Gordon Verity, Asst. Prof,
of Radiology, is in charge of the
Universitys 2 million volt Van de
Graaff accelerator which is used
to produce x rays for the treat treatment
ment treatment of cancer.
More Susceptible*
Any part of the body can de develop
velop develop a cancerous growth, said
Dr. Verity, but some parts are
more susceptible than others.
Among the most common types
are skin cancer, lung cancer, and
cancer of the intestinal tract.
There are only two ways of
curing cancer: surgery or ir irradiation.
radiation. irradiation. Cancer of the sto stomach,
mach, stomach, the colon, and most bone
cancers dont respond to radia radiation.
tion. radiation. Other types, such as skin
cancer and tongue cancer may
be treated equally well by both
Many types of cancer cells,
due to relentless growth, don't de develop
velop develop certain defense mechanisms
present in the normal tissues from
which they arose. These cancer
cells are therefore susceptible to
doses of radiation that would not
harm the normal cells. Cure rates
as high as 80 per cent have been
effected on certain types of can can.
. can. cers.
We treat about 25 patients a
day. stated Dr. Verity. The
average patient is under treat treatment
ment treatment for five weeks.
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stitute institute will be on the atmosphere
of the junior college as created by
faculty morale, release of faculty
potential, organization of the col college
lege college for effective instruction, aild
the co-ordinating role of the coi-,
lege administrator in these tasks.
Speakers include Dr. Joseph
Fordyce, president of Central Flor Florida
ida Florida Junior College at Ocala, ttho
will tie m faculty-student person personnel
nel personnel policies, administrative states statesmanship,
manship, statesmanship, and financial manage management
ment management with Dr. Rices central
The group held its first work workshop
shop workshop at the UF College of Educa Education
tion Education during the summer of 1961.
The institute is part of a multi multimillion
million multimillion dollar program for edu education
cation education financed by the Kellogg

is used mainly in cases of can cancer
cer cancer of the breast, some brain tum tumors.
ors. tumors. cancers of the esophagus,
bladder, testicles, cervix, lung and
various types of cancers of the
mouth and throat.
The machine accelerates elec electrons
trons electrons to very high speeds and
then shoots them at a target
made of tungsten metal, pro producing
ducing producing x-rays. These x-mys
are then beamed at the tumor.
The amount of radiation that
a tumor Is to receive is pre predetermined
determined predetermined by the use of a
phantom** mock-up made of
water, masonite, and other mat materials
erials materials with densities similar
to that of the human body.
Radium therapy is used in treat treating
ing treating cancers of the mouth, head,
neck, cervix and uterus.
The radium is usually placed in
a metal sheath to filter out par particles
ticles particles that are undesirable and
never ccnnes in contact with the
patients tissue. However, radium
needles may be planted in the tum tumor
or tumor and left there for several days
to emit radiation. In addition,
grains of radioactive gold may be
injected into the tumor by means
of a gold-grain gun. Although these
particles remain in the tumor,
thefr radioactivity deteriorates
Cobalt Bomb
A third way of irradiating tum tumors
ors tumors is by using of radioactive co cobalt
balt cobalt called a Cobalt Bomb. This
method is used for treating deep deepseated
seated deepseated tumors, as is the Van de
Graaff machine.
The bomb is constantly giv giving
ing giving off radiation and toe amount
and direction of toe rays is
controlled by a device like a
camera shutter. The radiation
; given off Is in the form at gam gamma
ma gamma rays, rather than x-rays,
but the destructive effect on can cancer
cer cancer cells is similar.
The main advantage of the co cobalt
balt cobalt treatment over the x-ray me method
thod method is that, due to the small size
of the cobalt source, it can be
rotated around the patient. The
Van de Graaff machine is very
large, and the patient must be ro rotated
tated rotated under its beam.

African Prof Attends UF

Gator Staff Writer
A UF chemistry professor un unknowingly
knowingly unknowingly helped a South Afri African
can African teacher decide to attend the
Gert Krynauw was a chemistry
teacher at the Sasolburg Techno Technological
logical Technological Institute in Sasol burg,
j South Africa. He had used Dr.
Harry Sister's text book, College
Chemistry A Systematic Ap Approach
proach Approach in one of his chemistry
classes. Sisler is the head of the
DF chemistry department.
When Krynauw decided to come
to school in the United States one
of the reasons he chose the UF
was because of Sisler.
I was interested in meeting
and talking with Dr. Sisler, Kry Krynauw
nauw Krynauw said.
Krynauw is attending the eight eightweek
week eightweek National Science Foundation
Institute sponsored by the United
States South Africa Exchange
While on the campus, Krynauw
also hopes to find UF coed Janet
Lindke to tell her that a photo photograph
graph photograph of her is circulating around
the other side of the world.
The photograph was published
in a supplement of a South Africa
newspaper which Krynauw read
the day he left for the United
Caller Scares
Flavet Women
'> 1
A 28-year-old man was released
from city jail this week on SSOO
bond in connection- with a* dis disorderly
orderly disorderly conduct charge lodged
last week for obscene telephone
calls to a Flavet Village woman.
Gainesville Police Chief W. D.
Joiner identified the naan as Henry
Clay Gardenhire HI of 809 SW
21st Ave.
Gardenhire was arrested July
10 partially clothed in the bed bedroom
room bedroom of the womans Flavet Vil Village
lage Village apartment. The woman had
followed police suggestions that
she let the caller come to her
.. i
Joiner said the woman had pre previously
viously previously received obscene tele telephone
phone telephone calls from a man who
identified himself as a doctor.
The caller asked intimate ques questions
tions questions and told the woman he
wanted to help her and her hus husband,
band, husband, according to police.
When the man called the last
time, the woman called police,
who staked out her home.
Detective Charles Snowden and
lit. Roy Thames of the City police
investigated the case, along with
Sgt. R. D. Martin of the campus

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States. So far he has failed in his
attempts to locate her, but he is
still trying.
Krynauw who speaks with a
British-accent said while he is
in the United States he hopes to
have the opportunity to clarify the
misconceptions some Americans
have of South Africa.
My country and the United
Wood Speaks
On Languages
Dr. Nancy E. Wood, specialist
on speech and hearing for the Uni United
ted United States Office of Education, will
speak at the University of Flor Florida
ida Florida Tuesday at 1;15,m Walker Au Auditorium.
ditorium. Auditorium.
Dr. Woods talk on The Fascin Fascination
ation Fascination of language is open to the
public. It is the last of the summer
series sponsored by the Univer University
sity University of Florida Lectures Commit Committee.
tee. Committee.
Author of numerous publications
arising from a program
on language disorders in children,
Dr. Wood was associate professor
at Western Reserve University of
the program for children with lan language
guage language disorders for the Cleveland
Hearing and Speech Center.
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States have many parallels in
their historical backgroundhe
said. For instance, our forefath forefathers
ers forefathers fought for their freedom
from England just as the fore forefathers
fathers forefathers of your country did. We
are also a freedom-loving coun country,*
try,* country,* he added.
Comparing the United States
and South Africa, Krynauw said
hair cuts are only 56 cents in
South Africa.
The sol burg Technological In Institute,
stitute, Institute, where Krynauw teaches,
was organised three years ago.
Krynauw said he enjoys the chal challenge
lenge challenge of building; up a college
from scratch.*
According to Krynauw the edu educational
cational educational systems in the United
States and South Africa differ
The universities in my coun country
try country do not offer courses like in
the United States, he said. We
have qualifying courses for bache bachelor
lor bachelor degrees, and a degree is
earned in three years. A BS re requires
quires requires nine qualifying courses,
and a BA requires eleven.
Krynauw considers the UF
campus police a unique kind of
service for a university to ren render.
der. render.
In South Africa we have only
the national police force. Here
you have state, local, and cam campus
pus campus police, he said.
A two-week tour of the United
States is included in the Ex Exchange
change Exchange Program where Krynauw
will visit Atlanta, Richmond,
Washington, New York, and Bos Boston
ton Boston before returning to Sasolburg.


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July 20 fir July 21
7 fir 9 P.M. 7 fir 9 PM.
Friday, 7-20
"Guns of Navarone"
Plus 3 Big Cartoons!
Saturday, 7-21
"3 Stooges
Meet Hercules"
"Gidget Goes
"Marines, Let's Go"
Sun. & Mon., 7-22, 7-23
"Honeymoon Machine"
"Heme From the Hiir
Tom.* Wo*., 7-24,7-25
"The tm plo Hills*
"Tender is The Night"
Thun. & M., 7-24, 7-27

By-Gone Days
Present in Dentistry

Gone are the days when Dr.
Yaakum pulled up his dust cover covered
ed covered blackboard and practiced den dentistry
tistry dentistry on the front porch.
However, the days at fearless
dentistry are atilt with us. Dr. J.
J. Denson, an alumnus of the TTF
and Johns Hopkins, and brother
of Don Denson, 3AS, recently per performed
formed performed a bit or home dentistry.
Pulling up la trout at an Ocala
convalescent home, Dr. Denson
went into the living room and met
his elderly patients.
'Are you. the doctor?" asked the
pajama-clad man.
"Hat's right/' replied Den Deneon,
eon, Deneon, swinging the patient, chair
,&nd allto face the sunlight.
With nothing more than lots of
confidence, steady hands and a
bag at tools the sine at m shaving
kit, Dennon began to inspect the
old mans mouth. With tools in
mouth, the old man chirped in incessantly,
cessantly, incessantly, "Chnt you use a file
and just file it down? fts just a
little msb, you know."
. Entertaining
As a ring of aged spectators ga gathered,
thered, gathered, Dr. Denson prepared to ex extract
tract extract the broken incisor.
tetetejp p A Hn PAf JWH iiwrw
said the eld man, "K lest have
any raotaey with me, youll have
to wait till my sen in Saute Fler*
Ma sends it sp."
SpaMny in a raspy voice and
biting dawn on the neeriia fifth of
novacaine, the old man arc! aimed
again, "Youve pat the wrong
tooth, youve got the wrong tenth.
You sure you can't just file it
Squeaky Subject
Once the an oath r tic had taken
effect, the old man never knew
his gum had been lanced. He esfy
squeaked when the forceps were
Senates tee prtre of the
tooth leaving the gum, he fussed
even more and continued to fuss
until the eomdmcent heme
mme handed htes ten broken
"Hes no different than most
other patients," said Denson. "Any
pain they experience is mostly in
their mind. Ive had children
laughing within minutes after Ive
pulled one of their teeth."
Dr. Denson said nothing is more
painful in dentistry today than h&v.
lag ones teeth cleaned.
Parents Painful
"One thing thats painful to me,"
said Dr. Denson, "is the parents
who wants one of his childs teeth
pulled because they dont want any
filings in his mouth. I dont like

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to pull teeth, theyre worth about
SI,OOO apiece.
On the subject of tooth pull pullteg,
teg, pullteg, Dr. Denson recalled the
tourist wha name In wftte an
abscessed tooth
He explained to the man that
s dentist can't tell exactly which
i tooth is the ha# one until the
swelling subsides and pate be becomes
comes becomes htalstod la can tooth, and
the man decided ft cancel his
vacation and go home.
A few minutes later, tee .mum
popped hock in tee office exclaim j
ing that his wife had a suggestion.
44 ftather than cancel our vaca vacation,
tion, vacation, said the tourist, "my wife 1
suggested pulling both teeth nearj
the swelling to he sure you get
the right one."
Denson advised the man to find
himself another dentist.
Registration for the first tri trimester,
mester, trimester, 1*62-63, for students cur currently
rently currently enrolled will begin at 1:00
p.m., August 7, and continue
through 12:00 noon, August 8. It
will begin again Wednesday, Sep September
tember September 8, at 8:00 am. and con continue
tinue continue through Saturday, Septem September
ber September 8, until 12:00 noon.
Applications must be filed in
tbs Office of the Registrar, Room
38, Tigert Hall, according to the
following schedule. (While the ap application
plication application must he filed at this
time, registration appointments
for students presently ea academic
or admissions probation,
who have attempted four semes semesters
ters semesters of college work and who do
not have a "C" average at the
University at Florida, and for stu students
dents students who have requested a col college
lege college transfer, must be postped
iiwrtt final action has been taken
on tee probation or transfer.) Thin
action win he taken between se semesters,
mesters, semesters, and appointments for this
group will be assigned for Septem September
ber September 8.
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M-Z 8:30 a.m.-12:00 noon, Wed.,
July 25.
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Graduate students (classified T)
full time staff members, Dee rm j
ber, 1952. Degree candidates, and
students with a 3.0 average at the
University of Florida, will he par par-31,
-31, par-31, through Friday, August 3, be between
tween between 8:00 a.m. and 2:08 p.m.

Players 'Play Rough

Gator Staff Writer
With the Keller house now es established
tablished established on the Norman HaH Aud Auditorium
itorium Auditorium stage, Summer Players
polish up their emoting tor next
weeks presentation of "The Mir Miracle
acle Miracle Worker."
The curtain win rise on the Wil William
liam William Gibson play about a blind
child Helen Keller at 7:30 p.m.
July 25 and 28 and 8 p.m. July
21 an# 28.
Actresses Diana Palfrey and
Margaret Kaler whs wore eye
pads around the campus to get the
"feel" of their roles, are now
equipped with knee pads for the
rough and tumble scuffling
winch characterizes the highly
charged scenes between Helen
and her tutor, Anne SuHivan.
At one point, the actresses roil
around an the floor, knocking
about chairs, tables, and whatev whatever
er whatever else happens to get in the

Anne also engages in some ver verbal
bal verbal scuffling with Helens father,
played by. veteran player Klip
Smith. During one scene, Mr. Kel Keller,
ler, Keller, who considers the tutor a ser servant,
vant, servant, demands better manners.
Whose?* sim asks.
Directed by Dr. John Kirk and
under the technical direction of
Ron Jerrit, "Mfraeit Worker"
tells hew Anne Sullivan helps the
> Mailbox Rental
Rates Lowered
Gator Staff Wetter
The low, revised beat rent rates
at the UF Post Office will remain
i effect until the completion of the
projected off-campus post office.
Box rental rates fell from $1.16,
$1.50, $2.25 and $3.00 to s*, S4B,
S.BO and SI.OO respectively, effec effective
tive effective April 1,1962. The reductions
in rental rates were ordered by thd
U. S. Post Office for all post
offices operating on the premises
of nonprofit institution*.
Upon completion of the new post
office, which win not be construct constructed
ed constructed on University premises, the or original
iginal original rates will go back ate ef effect.
fect. effect. Tbs building has a target
date for eoaptetion at January 1,
IM2. R will ba located oast of
MW 27th fit from NW Ist Ave. to
MW 2nd Ave.
t The new poatal facility will have
2200 private boxes and a
General Delivery window. It will
operate on the same procedures
as doss the present post office.
The building will have an area at
4,808 agnare test and wifl ha asr asrviced
viced asrviced hy six clerks and two su supervisors.
pervisors. supervisors.
rslnsaiifls Postmaster, Mr.
Paige Pinnell, said that a special
feature of the new post office will
be wattc-up boxes. Students and
other mailbox ranters wi be able
to collect their mail outside, with without
out without entering the building. The
walk-up boxes ares will be heated,
in cold weather, with special, in infra-rad
fra-rad infra-rad fixtures. |
Pinnell said that 19 parking spa- 1
ces will be provided outside of
the post office for 15 minute use. |

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r SUNDAY Southern Fried Chicken Dinner ........ Reg. $1.50 Spec. 90c
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I WEDNESDAY New England Fish Fry Hush Puppies, French Fries,
Cole Slaw, Tartor Sauce, Corn Fritters
THURSDAY Time for that Steak again at $ 1.25
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The Smwww Gator, Friday, July 20, 1942

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make her first difficult steps to toward
ward toward a normal life by teaching
her to "see through language.
Also featured in the cast are
Elinor Broome as Helens mother.

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Taylor Brooks as her half-brother,
Jo Edlin as Aunt Br, Myron Per Persoff
soff Persoff as Mr. Angnaaa, Ted Curry
as a doctor, Jennifer Par# more
as Martha, and Jamas Parra Parramore
more Parramore as Percy.

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Page 8

Three Manholes I
. Make A Star I
Gator Sports Editor S
If you could hit a ball three manholes, you were con considered
sidered considered an All-Star. In my entire stickball career I only
saw one person who could hit a ball three manholes, that
was Dolphy Dumjochzec (pronounced' Dumjochzec).
Stickball to my knowledge is a game native to the
streets of New York city. I have never been anyplace
else where the game is played. The only equipment re required
quired required for the game, are a stick (a broomstick without
the broom) a pink Spaulding rubber ball and a wide
For those of you who have never played the game,
the rules are simple. Stickball is a baseball without the
accessories, such as gloves, bases, grass, etc. The bases
we used were either drawn with chalk or painted on
the pavement. In our version of the game, the batter
would toss the ball into the air and swing. In some parts
of the city the game was refined to the point of using
pitchers, but I lived in a primitive section of the Bronx,
where you pitched to yourself.
Stickball requires great skill, in hitting, fielding, traf traffic
fic traffic dodging and police avoiding. Everyone liked stick stickball
ball stickball except the cops. At times it appeared they devoted
all their time to harrasing stickball players. I often
thought it would be wise for anyone robbing a bank in
the Bronx to hire a group of stickball players to get up
a game in front of the bank to be robbed. The police
would ignore the bandits and arrest the stickball play players.
ers. players.
Getting back to Dolphy, whose real name was Adolph,
a name which no one would dare use in the Bronx, I al always
ways always thought of his being to stickball what Babe Ruth
was to baseball. If there were a professional stickball
league, Dolphy would certainly be named the most val valuable
uable valuable player every year.
Even though there is no such league, Dolphy came as
close as is possible to being a professional stickball play player.
er. player. Dolphy spent all his spare time playing stickball.
While other kids were playing basketball or touch foot football,
ball, football, he was always in the street tossing up a ball and
hitting it to some kid he had gotten to field for him.
On Sunday mornings, the best stickball players on our
block would play the best stickball players from some
other neighborhood. The ages of the players ranged from
14 to 40. Dolph was always the best player on the as asphalt.
phalt. asphalt. His skill was often very profitable, since it was
common practice for the players to bet on the game.
Sometimes if the crowd watching were large, a player
who made enough side bets could rake in about twenty
Last summer I went back to the old neighborhood
after an absence of about seven years. I asked one of my
old neighbors if he knew what Dolphy was doing these
You guessed it, he still plays stickball most of the time.

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Bob Hoover, shown here diving over the FSU line, is one of seven letter men the
Getors will hove of the halfbacks this Fall. Other returning monogram winners ore
Lindy Infante, who last season led the Orange and Blue in scoring with 42 ponits; Dick
Skelly, who returns after a year's absence; Hagood Clark, Ron Stoner, Sam Mack and
Bruce Starling, a defensive specialist. Promising newcomers at the halves are sophomores
Dick Kirk, Alan Trammel, Jerry Newcomer and Alan Poe.

Mural News
The all-campus handball tourn tournament
ament tournament will start this Monday at 5
oclock. The tournament will be
single elimination.
The all campus softball season
is drawing to a close with only
one team still unbeaten. Flavet
111 B leads the league with a 5-0
Mural Softball Standings
Team W L
Flavet 111 B S
Driver Trainers I 1
Physics Dept. 4 1
Los Rojos Ojos 4 1
Reb Sox 8 8
Flavet 111 4 8
Blackfeet 8 8
Barristers 4 8
Cheat. l>ept. 8 4
Fletcher N 1 <8
Corry Cougars 1
Rah Harvard
The Florida Gators and the Har Harvard
vard Harvard Crimson have met on the
gridiron twice, in 1082. and 1828.
Both times the boys from Boston
were victorious winning 84-0 and
14-0. The loss in 1820 was one of
only two loses the Gators suffered
that season.

Gator Coaches
Switch Positions

University of Florida Athletic
Director and Head Football Coach
Ray Graves announced Saturday
four changes on the athletic staff.
Defensive Head Coach Jack
Green will become Assistant to the
Director of Athletics, Don Brown
will be a varsity Assistant Coach,
Bill Harlan will take over as Head
Swimming Coach and Perry Moore
will become an Administrative As Assistant
sistant Assistant to the Director of Athletics.
Green will continue his position
as defensive Ifead Coach besides
handling administrative duties.
Coach Green has had a great
deal of administrative experi experience
ence/ experience 9 Graves said* .And I am
fortunate to have a man with
his background. This will give
me more time to devote to oth other
er other demanding duties I have in
other areas/
Green joined the Florida coach coaching
ing coaching staff soon after Graves came
to Florida in 1960. He was a line
coach at Tulane from 1954 to 1950
before taking the Florida position.
He played his college football at
Army, where he made All-Ameri All-American
can All-American in 1944 and 1945.

Brown was an Assistant Fresh Freshman
man Freshman Football Coach last year, and
will now become Assistant Defen Defensive
sive Defensive Line Coach on the varsity.
Before returning to his alma
mater last year, he was Head
Coach at Lake City High School
from 1953 to 1960.
Brown was a letterman end
on the 1949* 1956 and 1951 Flor Florida
ida Florida football teams. He is a grad graduate
uate graduate of Miami Edison High
Harlan will replace Buddy Crone
as Head Swimming Coach. This
is merely a swap in assignments
as Crone will continue as Harlans
assistant, working as Diving
Im sure the Harlan-Crone com combination
bination combination will guide the Gators to
Swimming Championship. Theyre
both outstanding coaches and lead leaders
ers/ leaders 9
Moore, who serves as Assist Assistant
ant Assistant Basketball Coach to Norman
Sloan, has done various admin administrative
istrative administrative duties since ooming Is
Florida from the University of
Maryland last year.