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U.F proper and usually are placed along sidewalks.
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Student Lobby Group
Gets Council Approval
By DAVID WILKINSON
SELL got a nod of approval aft after
er after acceptance of a proposed char charter
ter charter by the Legislative Council
This means SELL, which
stands for Student Educational Le Legislative
gislative Legislative Lobby, has to go-signal
- to proceed with a program of
of contacting state legislators in
the spring to plead for legislation
favorable to higher education.
Before making the trek to Talla Tallahassee,
hassee, Tallahassee, SELL plans to *lay a
groundwork of preparation this
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This will be done by a policy
committee consisting of six to 20
student members who will alter
a course the student lobbists can
go by. The committee will have
individuals that are familiar with
the realm of politics in the state.
John Strickland, chairman of
SELL, said that the organization
will have a well-planned pro program
gram program before they get near the
We will not go off half cock cocked,
ed, cocked, he said. By this spring
we expect to have an informa information
tion information file tha/t will equal any educa educational
tional educational lobby in the state.
Strickland emphasized, that al although
though although SELL is a student group,
it will work closely with the ad administration
ministration administration in achieving its
objectives for higher education.
Strickland named student offi officials
cials officials who will help in promoting
SELL. Executive Secretary will
be Marcia Mallinger, Director of
Publicity, Gftry Tullis and Direc Director
tor Director of Researoh and Information,
The student > lobbists will be
named later, as will members of
the policy committee.
Friday Deadline Set
Deadline to qualify for fall elec elections
tions elections is Friday, Sept. 21, in the
Student Government office in the
Thrity Legislative Council mem members
bers members will be elected during elec elections
tions elections Thursday, Oct. 4. Ten of
these will come from off-campus
living areas, which include frater fraternities
nities fraternities and sororities. Twenty will
be elected from campus residents.
Vol. 55 No. 5 University of Florida, Gainesville Thursday, September 20, 1962 12 Pages This Edition
Council to Action
In an unprecedented state of
the campus message, Student
Body Pres. Bill Trickel address addressed
ed addressed the first Fall Legislative Coun Council
cil Council meeting Tuesday night re requesting
questing requesting money and cooperation
for his Fall program.
Trickel told the Council that al although
though although it had not been thorough thoroughly
ly thoroughly organized in the past, it should
wisely use its power to investi investigate
gate investigate and legislate.
GO TO THE dorm council
meetings and get the pulse of stu student
dent student needs, Trickel advised.
Briefly Trickel outlined a pro program
gram program which he wanted Council fi financial
nancial financial support.
(1) $2,000 to pay for part of a
movie which will depict the needs
of higher education, arid SSOO for
Educational Analysis Committee
(2) An undesignated amount for
the new Courtesy Bicycle program
which will start within a few
(3) MONEY FOR THE support
of a new International Center to
be located on campus.
Trickel also urged the Council
to support the constitutional revi revisions
sions revisions which are designed to aid
Student Government into the tri trimester
mester trimester system.
United Political Party Folds,
Student Picks Desoto
united Party, tne ur senior po political
litical political organization, has dissolved,
according to Mac Melvin who re resigned
signed resigned as party chairman Monday
The party which began in the
spring of 1960, called it quits when
Uniteds fraternity and indepen independent
dent independent leaders could not find a clear
cut party leader who would ac accept
cept accept the job for the fall elections,
Up for grabs in the October fall
elections are 30 Legislative Coun Council
cil Council positions, 15 on campus and 15
No candidate in' the dorms
should run a campaign expecting
bloc vote support from the old
Uniteds fraternities or the old
guard independents. Its pretty
much everyone for himself. There
is a possibility that several fra fraternities
ternities fraternities may get together and
back several candidates, and the
independent faction may remain
active, but no organized party ac activity
tivity activity is anticipated, Melvin said.
The titular head of the oppos opposing
ing opposing Student Party and the presi-
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The direct appeal to the Coun Council,
cil, Council, which can bottle up or pass
a presidential program, may be become
come become more popular if it is suc successful.
aent or tne student Body, Bill
Trickel. expressed deep disap disappointment
pointment disappointment when he was informed
of United Party's decision.
Conflict has always engender engendered
ed engendered enthusiasm, Trickel said,
and with the programs we have
planned we can not operate as
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By MARYANNE AWTREY
Gator Editorial Assistant
A one word change in the
charter of the New Orange Peel
may delay its appearance on casA casApus.
The Legislative Couifcil passed
the charter of the magazine Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night after amending it to
read that the officers of the New
Orange Peel shall be appointed
by the Electoral Board of Stu Student
dent Student Publications/' rather than
by "the Board of Student Publi Publications."
The charter was passed last
spring by the Board of Student
publications stating that the of officers
ficers officers shall be appointed by the
Board of Student Publications.
THIS DISCREPANCY IN the
form of the charter as approved
by the Legislative Council and by
the Board of Student Publications
must be adjusted before the mag magazine
azine magazine can begin publication.
In other action, the council
passed special requests for funds
totalling $3,889, including a re request
quest request authorizing payment of sal salary
ary salary to a secretary already at work
for the Traffic Court.
$1,769 yearly. salary was ap approved
proved approved for a full-time secretary
in the Traffic Court. Steve Freed Freed
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efficiently with a one party plan
which causes apathy.
Trickel expressed specific con concern
cern concern with the constitntional revi revisions
sions revisions which are to be put to a
vote this month. Without an ac active
tive active campaign it will be hard to
get the need turnout to vote on the
Pete DeSoto, newly eleoted
chairman of the Student Party
termed the break-up an unfortun unfortunate
ate unfortunate incident to those who are in interested
terested interested in a good clean, dual par party
ty party system.
One passed United Party Work Worker
er Worker said that several fraternities
were attempting to form a work working
ing working agreement for the fall cam campaign.
The United Party formed vic victoriously
toriously victoriously in IMO around past pre president
sident president Bob Park.
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that EVERYBODY knew that SEMINOLES are being sold
all over campus ... eight places, to be exact.
All you have to do is look for the SEMINOLE tables
at the following places: ~~
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- Plaza of the Americas Campus Club Hub and Florida Union.
Buy your new SEMINOLE today ... only two dollars.
IFC to Retreat
Heads for River
To Discuss Plans
The Interfraternity Council
(IFC) heads to Paradise Point
tomorrow for their first retreat.
as they move into the trimester
schedule, according to Ron La-
Face, IFC president.
The first session, planned for
Friday evening will be a general
gripe session with the rest of
the weekend being patterned
around the gripes in their respec respective
tive respective areas.
The entire weekend'will be con conducted
ducted conducted by the IFC with no speech speeches
es speeches planned by faculty members,
excepting a devotional period Sun Sunday
day Sunday morning which will be con conducted
ducted conducted by Dean of Student Affairs
Lester L. Hale.
Invited to the retreat include
all fraternity presidents and
major committee chairmen.
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man, commissioner of traffic and
safety, pointed out that the secre secretary
tary secretary was badly needed in the of office.
PAUL HENDRICK, Student
Body treasurer, explained the
departure from /the usual proced procedure
ure procedure of requesting salary funds,
then hiring the employe, was due
to a breakdown in communica communications
tions communications during the beginning of
The council passed the salary
allocation with the provision, that
it be adjusted in this case to al allow
low allow for the week the secretary
was not employed.
An Honor Court salary request
was referred to a special 'ccpimit 'ccpimittee
tee 'ccpimittee for study. Requested was SIOO
a trimester for the Attorney Gen General
eral General and the Chief Defense Coun Counsel,
sel, Counsel, and $75 a trimester for the
Clerk of the Honor Court.
HUGH MCARTHUR, St u udent
dent udent Body vice president, ap appointed
pointed appointed a committee to study the
request after council member
Bill Birchfield and treasurer Hen Hendrick
drick Hendrick pointed out the request in involved
volved involved a question of policy on stu student
dent student government salaries.
The question is where this will
lead, said Hendrick. This is
more than a financial decision, it
involves an executive decision on
how far to carry salaries in stu student
dent student government.
$2,000 was allocated to FUND
(Florida Universities Need Dol Dollars)
lars) Dollars) to help produce a color and
sound film. An additional $3,700
to be supplied through the ad administration
ministration administration or other sources.
IF THE $3,700. is not supplied
within six weeks, the student gov government
ernment government allocation will be return returned
ed returned to the general fund. The Flor Florida
ida Florida Development Commission will
produce the film.
The Honor Bike progrepn was
allocated SIOO for initial equip equipment
ment equipment outlay. A rider attached to
this approval stated that if the la labor
bor labor for the project is not supplied
by fraternities, or by the Student
Government Service Organiza Organization
tion Organization (which is being developed
now) the money will revert to the
men will assem assemble
ble assemble Friday after afternoon
noon afternoon at the re resort
sort resort 55 miles
south of Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville /to discuss
have arisen du during
ring during the past
year and to
miap plans for
Coeds to Gardens for
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Thirty five of Floridas cutest
coeds will leave the campus Sat Saturday
urday Saturday morning for the Homecom Homecoming
ing Homecoming Sweetheart Contest at Cypress
The entire bill for the contest
which will begin with bathing suit
competition on Saturday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, will be picked up by the
Gypress Gardens public relations
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ami, Miami, cant remember where
his next class is. Actually,
this is all a bit of trick
photography by Gerald
Needs Local Talent
Gator Growl, the largest all stu student
dent student show in the world needs
talent from the campus and the
Gainesville area. Talent tryouts
will be held Oct. 3 in the Univer University
sity University Auditorium from 7 to 11 p.m.
Go to the Gator Growl office,
room 308 of the Florida Union,
to pick up an application.
with Your Breakfast!
Now he St. Petersburg Times gets
here at the crack of dawn. 'That means
you can have the latest sports, the news
of the world and all the goings-on along
the Suncoast right while you're dipping
into the second cup of coffee.
the same as delivered at homejust
55c a weekwhether you live on-campus or
elsewhere in- town. Just phone 372-4532 and
order The Times started in the morning,
S&t. Petersburg Suites^)
M.OtUDA'S (IST WWSrtWI
Three girls will be chosen as
Homecoming princess but the
name of the finalist will be held in
secret until a week before the
festive weekend, Oct. 19-20.
The coeds entered and their
sponsoring organizations are:
QUINN FLOOD, ALPHA GAM GAMMA
MA GAMMA RHO; Bobbie Young, Alpha
Omicron Pi; Barbara Demming,
Alpha Delta Pi; Susan Gaisford,
Kappa Alpha Theta; Carol Weis Weisbaum,
baum, Weisbaum, Delta Phi Epsilon; Joy
Graham, Sigma Phi Epsilon; Bar Barbara
bara Barbara DuParc, Phi Mu; Sharon
Testy, John Marshall Bar As Association;
sociation; Association; Joyce Bleidner, Sigma
Chi; Beth Meadows, Zeta Tau Al Alpha;
pha; Alpha; Susan Ensign, Kappa Alpha
Order; Lynell Glass, Alpha Tau
Also entered in the Homecoming
Sweetheart Contest: Mary Wil Wilder,
der, Wilder, Sigma Kappa; Priscilla San Sanborn,
born, Sanborn, Sigma Nu; Jo Beth Hart,
Pi Kappa Alpha; Gayle Bauer,
Beta Theta Pi; Weslie Ann Mid Middendorf,
dendorf, Middendorf, Delta Delta Delta; Ka Karen
ren Karen Lee Roberts, Alpha Chi Ome Omega;
ga; Omega; Jane Lightcap, Delta Tau Del Delta;
ta; Delta; Virginia Jasper, Delta Upsilon;
Susan Helman, Alpha Epsilon Phi;
OTHERS VYING for the title:
Gail McCaleb, Phi Kappa Tau;
Tilda Webb, Chi Omega; Linda
Love, Grove Hall; Suzanne Hil Hilliker,
liker, Hilliker, Phi Gamma Delta; Kim
Lassiter, Chi Phi; Bonita Stacks,
Delta Sigma Phi; Nancy Estes,
Alligator; Gee Gee Wattles, Del Delta
ta Delta Gamma; Becky Quinn, Kappa
Sigma; Rhoda Jacobs, Tau Epsi Epsilon
lon Epsilon Phi.
Enroll Your Children at ...
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Phone FR 2-2589
When hubby graduates, the im impact
pact impact is annually felt at Alachua
The seasonal loss of 14 employ employees
ees employees can be attributed to the regis registered
tered registered nurses and aides hus husbands
bands husbands getting their degrees and
Hospital Administrator M. T.
Mustian explained those UF em employes
ployes employes are rapidly being replac replaced
ed replaced by newcomers to the campus.
Mustian reported the hospital
has already employed 11 replace replacements
ments replacements on the staff.
Dance and Dinner Buffet
Plenty Delicious Food-Buffet from 5:30 8:00 pm
FIVE HOT ENTREES
VEGETABLE FIVE SALADS
RELISHES FOUR DESSERTS
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Gators Go Daily on Air Also
When the Alligator goes daily it
Will reach students by air as well
Starting Oct. i WRUF will pre present
sent present "Alligator on the Air" at
10:05 p.m. every Monday, Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Announcer for this program will
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signed designed to present students with
the latest campus news. The pro program
gram program has been on the air for
over a year.
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One of the UFs lesser known extra extracirriculars
cirriculars extracirriculars is the Air Force ROTCs Rhudy
The team represents the local Air
Force Cadet Wing, and competes against
Wings at other colleges during the school
Postal matches (shooting and mailing
score cards to your opponent have been
Nursing Referral Grant' Is $76,000
A statewide public health nurse
referral system, the first of its
kind in the nation, will be develop developed
ed developed by the UF College of Nursing
under terms of a grant announc announced
ed announced in Washington today by Rep.
Billy Matthews. D-Fla.
The U. S. Public Health Ser Service
vice Service grant which provides $21,936
for the first year, and an estim estimated
ated estimated $76,000 over a three year per period,
iod, period, will provide a referral sys system
tem system of at-home nursing care for
patients of the Universitys Tea Teaching
ching Teaching Hospital.
The Tennessee Corporation, a large multi-plant chemical
producer, is seeking chemical engineers and chemists to man
its fast growing development, research, and production
Mr: J. J. Wimberly, Administrative Director of the Tennessee
Corporation, will be at the University Placement Director's
office on October Bth. He will advise you how you can make
a successful career with Tennessee.
R, H 2 S TA.TT RAJNT
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TO CARRYOUT ORDERS
It will enable the College to con continue
tinue continue and expand the unusual plan
as a research project.
The plan will offer nursing care
to every patient whose illness
requires continuled attention in t!he
Teaching Hospital, regardless of
financial abilities. Mrs. Remillet
emphasized the plan is to be pri primarily
marily primarily a research project. She
said it pays the salaries of nurs nursing
ing nursing and clinical personnel who
will follow-up and report to the
Hospital and to the patients fam family
ily family physician on the value of at athome
home athome nursing care.
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scheduled with North Carolina, Princeton,
Alabama and Miami. They are carried out
under the auspices of the National Rifle
Association and the Air Force.
The team is under the supervision of
Major William R. ODell. Team coach is
Airman First Class Ozie B. Toole, and
team commander is Cadet 2d Lt. Bennie
Li. R. (Rush) Jordan, director
of the University of Florida Teach Teaching
ing Teaching Hospital and Clinics, was ad advanced
vanced advanced to membership in the Am American
erican American College of Hospital Admin Administrators
istrators Administrators at its 28th annual convo convocation
cation convocation ceremony here recently.
Also at the meeting, Charles
Loar, assistant director and man manager
ager manager of patient accounting at the
Teaching Hospital was installed as
a nominee to the College.
The College, now in its 29th
year, was founded for ithe purpose
of providing recognition to men
and women who are doing out outstanding
standing outstanding work in their profession professional
al professional careers as hospital administra administrators.
FOR SALE Cushman Eagle,
windshield and* large book box.
$125. Phone 6-2764 evenings. (5-
MALE STUDENT waiter part
time. Hours 4:30 to 10;30. Must
be 21 or over. Call 376-9335. (5-
WILL CARE FOR your children
in my home while you go to
the opening football game Sept.
29. Phone 376-8766. (5-8-e)
FOR SALE Beautiful trailer lot,
ready to move on, Aradonda
Estates, Archer Road, 75 x 156
ft.. Deep well, septic tank, con concrete
crete concrete patio, 2x10x55 ft. Electric
service on. St. Augustine lawn.
Phone 6-9711. (5-St-c)
HELP WANTED Cashiers for
noontime and weekends. Experi Experience
ence Experience preferred, male or female.
Apply to Food Service Payroll
Office. (5-2 t-c)
FOUND Man's eyeglasses in
front of Military Bldg. Contact
T. L. Morgan, 234 R, Flavet HI.
FOR RENT Corner room, 2
blocks from campus, double or
single. Call David Brunson at
Ext. 2861 between 8 and 5 week weekdays.
days. weekdays. (5-ts-c)
FOR SALE by owner 1958 MGA,
like new condition . must sell.
Phone 376-8480 after 3 p.m. (5-
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dition. condition. Call Richard, FR 2-1771.
FOR SALE MGA 1958, SBOO.
Engine overhauled, new tires
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Non-technical Jobs Up
June brought a banner year to
UP graduates, according to Mau Maurice
rice Maurice Mayberry, director of the
Universitys placement service.
A report from the placement
service which brings employer and
prospective employee together,
said that a number of
June graduates secured employ employment
ment employment before receiving their diplo diplomas.
A poll, including over two-thirds
of the 1,300 graduates, showed that
44 per cent had accepted definite
employment before graduation, 26
per cent were going into grad graduate
uate graduate school and 10 per cent were
going into military service.
The most significant job oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity increases were in the non nontechnical
technical nontechnical fields: agriculture,
business administration, journal journalism,
ism, journalism, and liberal arts. Os the spec specific
ific specific majors accounting had the
most significant increase. How However
ever However the largest number of job
openings were for marketing and
Mayberry said that the tech technical
nical technical graduates continued at the
same high level of demand, part particularly
icularly particularly those in mathematics,
chemistry and physics.
The University placement ser-
Cuban Wins sss
A UF Cuban student, Orestes
Va.squez, won SSO in Wilsons de department
partment department store drawing last Fri Friday.
In The Tradition
oi The Male
Suitably garbed, you
reflect an inner heart
when you walk forth as
tho the sun had risen to
see you alone. We con contribute,
tribute, contribute, with tabbed
collar, box pleated
back, and tapered
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1117 W. University Avr
vice has its headquarters in Build Building
ing Building H. Many colleges operate
branches of their own. Students
should register at the placement
office one year before graduation.
As the job opportunity occurs the
placement service arranges for
the prospective graduate to get in
contact with the employer.
Although there are opportunities
throughout the country, 60 per cent
of UF graduates remain in Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. More graduates in technical
fields, education and pharmacy
remained in the state than in pre previous
vious previous years.
Future placement positions seem
promising for non-technical as
well as technical graduates. Along
with the record demand for grad graduates
uates graduates in almost every field, May Mayberry
berry Mayberry said that starting salaries
showed an increase of sls to $25
per month above June of last
According to Mayberiy, no mat matter
ter matter how many openings there are
the gi*aduate who is best qualified
is the one who will get the job.
He said that the talent most
sought in prospective employees is
management potential and comm communications
unications communications ability. Grades are
still important, but employers
placed more stress on campus
activities and leadership qual qualities,
ities, qualities, Mayberry said.
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FSU Professor I
Kills Self With I
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UF-FSU News Service
A 41-year-old Florida State
English professor shot himself to
death at his Tallahassee home last
Dr. James T, Cox. a creative
writing teacher, was discovered by
his wife when she came home to
remind him of a scheduled class.
No suicide note was found.
Cox received his Ph.D. from the
University of lowa, and came to
FSU in 1957. As an undergradu undergraduate
ate undergraduate at the University of North
Carolina, he won the Thomas
Wolfe Memorial Award for short
stories in 1941 and 1942.
Floida State is now offering first
and second year instruction in.
Chinese during the fall trimester.
Ten students have enrolled in
first year Chinese while five are
in the second year course.
Construction of Florida States
new Student Union complex will
start around the first of the year.
Estimated at $2,618,000, it will
not be completed until April, 1964.
The Union will feature
Olympic size swimming pool.
Thursday, September 20,1962 The Florida Alligator
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The Florida Alligator Thursday, September 20,1962
no flowers, please
The passing of a political party on campus is not a
time for mourning, nor of celebrating. It is a time to
look back at the events and the people that gave the party
the life that it will carry to political limbo.
More important it is a time of concern ... Concern that
out of the confusion of the dead party, a new party will
rise to keep alive the two-party system which has char characterized
acterized characterized University of Florida politics.
ALTHOUGH AT times the two-party system deserves
curses for extremes of competition it creates, the overall
value of the system can be justified on a pragmatic basis.
FIRST, IT is closer to the reality of the outside world,
(at least outside of the South,) and thus proves a better
training ground for students going into political life. This
same reality enters the regular student's life... serving
as a training ground for the voter.
SECOND, BY virtue of there being two parties there
are more positions for more students widening the
possible envoivement of the student body.
Perhaps the most valid argument for the system lay
in its being an effective check on student leaders. If
there is only one party, then the promises made at elec election
tion election time need not be fulfilled. If the promises are subject
to the loyal opposition, then promises must be fulfilled
or else the persons surrounding the candidate will lose
in later races.
And in the area of promises, the independent student
and other spiritual minorities' on campus become more
important in a two party system. Parties created to serve
the fraternity system must vie for the independents vote,
and more important must fulfill the promises for the in independent.
THE DEATH of United Party is not to be mourned
or celebrated. It is to be with concern. It is almost a
certainty that a rival party will form before spring
elections. Effective student government depends on it.
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student newspaper of the University
ml Florid* mi will be published dally except Monday and Saturday beginning Sept.
& ItttTOE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is Entered as second das. matter at the
United States Post Office at Gainesville. Florida. Offices are located in Rooms t. 10
and 15 to the Floilda Union Building Basement. Telephone University of Florida.
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Opinions voipod in personal columns on this page do not necessarily reflect the
sfrinlons of the editors. Only editorials are the official voice of the paper.
Editor-in-Chief ... J. Bill Curry
Managing Editors Jack Horan, David West
Business Manager Gary Burke
Sports Editor . Jared Lebow
Ass't Managing Editor ... David Lawrence Jr.
Editorial Assistants Sandy Sweitzer, Ben Garrett,
Fred Schneider, Phil Krug (Photo Coordinator).
Staff Writers Pam Bishop, Carole Bardella,
Ronnie Sue Goodman, Ken Keyes, Tova Levine, Pete Supave, David
Wilkinson, Larry Woods.
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UF Students 'United
For Two- Party Way
Traditionally politics in the United States has been con conducted
ducted conducted according to the two party system to insure democ democracy
racy democracy and representation of diverse opinion.
At the UF too, politics have followed this line during elec elections
tions elections and throughout the year. Some schools, such as the
University of Alabama and Florida State University, have
in their political histories periods of one party domination.
In order to find out how students at the UF feel about
their political system, the Alligator has interviewed student
political leaders concerning the efficacy of the two party
DANNY OCONNELL: To practice democracy we need
at least a two party system, maybe a third for kicks. You
can narrow opinions to two focuses to present an issue prop properly.
erly. properly. Im in favor of it.
BILL NORRIS: There should be a two party system.
It gives students an opportunity to chose between people.
You end up with better candidates and better student govern government.
CHARLIE WELLS: I think that there should be a two
party system. It aids jn the development of ideas and a sense
of responsibility, in those who work in student government
and those who were not elected. If there are not two parties,
one party would rule the roost. This* indicates that what
they're doing is accepted which is not always the case. There
should be action by those who are not elected and this can
only be done by representation in party factions on campus
in and out of student government.
RON CACCATORRE: I think the campus is like any anywhere
where anywhere else. One party takes the right of choice from the vot voters.
ers. voters. In?* two party system the voters are guaranteed a choice
between two people.
RON LaFACE: I definitely feel that two political parties
are healthy for the campus. When one party has a name and
another party is running a slate without a name, it is in
effect a one party system.
by Milt Bloc*
By ROSALIE FILSINGEIt
SPORTS CAR CLUB:, Florida
Union Room 121, 7-8:30 p.m. to today.
ALPHA KAPPA DELTA: Flor Florida
ida Florida Union, Johnson Lounge, 8:30-
11 p.m. today.
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LOWSHIP: FELLOWSHIP: Florida Union Room
218, 7-8:30 p.m. today.
YOUNG REPUBLICANS: Flor Florida
ida Florida Union Room 218, 8:30-11 to today.
day. today. 1
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The recent column by David
West shedding tears for Charley
Johns' thankless task was about
as amazing as anything that has
ever appeared in the AJligator. I
assume West has a brain, if S o,
he is the first possessor of one
that I ever heard attempting to
defend Charley Johns.
It was funny to see the front
pages of the big Florida news newspapers,
papers, newspapers, the day after Wests
column, blossoming out with head headlines
lines headlines announcing that the Board of
Control had slapped down Johns
latest silly sally against the Uni University
versity University of South Florida.
THE BOARD could not be ex expected
pected expected to call ex-conductor Johns
a slobbering idiot, but they left
little doubt which end of the horse
the Johns Committee has looked
like since its return from Tampa.
Mr. West, meet the Boarcf of Con Control.
Anyway, what WeÂ§t said is that
a Farris Bryant aide named Bruce
Garwood told him the Florida
Childrens Commission has un uncovered
covered uncovered the way homosexuals op operate,
erate, operate, and that we have Johns
to thank for publicizing such
West never seems to realize that
Garwoods information, which ap apparently
parently apparently relates to queer camp
counselors,, methods of snaring
kids, might be entirely inapplic inapplicable
able inapplicable to homosexual professors at attempts
tempts attempts at seducing college stu students.
THE WAY they go about it.
West says Garwood said is: 1
Infiltrate a youth group; 2. Offer
the kids a beer; 3. Several meet meetings
ings meetings later show nude pictures. 4.
Show normal sex acts; and 5.
After perhaps six weeks bring
Now, I dont know how far down
this road to ruin other students
have been taken, but no professor
of mine has even even offered
me a beer. Maybe they dont think
TO ESTABLISH that Johns ever
did anything to protect children
from homosexuals is going to
take a lot more proof than Wests
closing sentence about Johns piak piaking
ing piaking people sit up and take no notice.
When the Senator was here a
few years back, a lot of us sat
up and took notice that many of
the alleged homosexuals who dis disappeared
appeared disappeared were the same people
Johns had been trying to get rid
of on Communist charges.
IN COURT, a professor can
prove hes no Communist. But to
prove hes no homosexual, its his
word against that of Johns paid
informers, and every word goes
in the papers. Better to resign
quietly and so we lost some
brilliant and challenging instruc instructors.
DONALD H. GRUBBS
CHESS CLUB: Florida Union,
Oak Room, 7:30-11 p.m. Friday.
GIRLS RIFLE TEAM: Military
Building, 7 p.m. today. "
LATIN AMERICAN CLUB: So Social
cial Social Room, 7-11 p.m. Friday.
ORDER OF ATHENA: Florida
Union, Johnson Lounge, 4:30-5:30
p.m. Friday; 2-4 p.m. Saturday.
UF BUSINESS ADMIN ISTR A A.TION
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Dry but Terse Prof Sounds Off
By PAT HECTOR
Why arent there any trees in
Urban*? I asked.
Elm Blight, was the dry,
terse answer of Dr. Ward Hel Helstrom,
strom, Helstrom, 67 English professor at
the University of Florida.
Helstrom w*ho has an innate
sense of humor about everyday
Life that is unsuspected in some someone
one someone who did their doctorate thesis
on Hardys Judas the Obscure.
And far from leading a stodgy ex existence
istence existence in a musty library, Hel Helstrom
strom Helstrom has led a very active and
GRADUATING FROM North Northwestern
western Northwestern University in 1952 with
one of their last Bachelor of Sci Science
ence Science degrees in Liberal Arts, Hel Helstrcim
strcim Helstrcim found himself working as a
rod man f stake pounder) on a
surveying crew at a rocket powde r
Then heading for California, he
got sidetracked in Silver City, New
Mexico where he was an assis assistant
tant assistant milkman; he helped de deliver
liver deliver milk. As Helstrom put it,
Dont ever get stuck in Silver
After finally seeing California,
he returned, to the University of
Illnois to become a teacher.
When Helstrom received his
PhD in 1961, he told the place placement
ment placement bureau at the University of
Illinois that he would accept a
position in the middle west or in
New England but not the back backward
ward backward South.
HELSTROM SAYS the mid-west
considers the SEC a waste wasteland.
However, when the position was
offered at the University of Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. Helstrom accepted because he
Borrow Bach, Renoir, Picasso at Minimal Charge
By ED MATZ
Gator Staff Writer
Rare pictures from Picasso to
Van Gogh, machine copying ser service,
vice, service, and an Audio-Video Depart Department
ment Department are just a few of the ser services
vices services offered by the University
The circulating picture collec collection
tion collection contains a variety of repro reproductions
ductions reproductions by Van Gogh, Picasso,
Renoir, and other masters. The
paintings offered are on display
in the Humanities and Browsing
Rooms, and may be checked out.
The Librarys machine copy copying
ing copying service is available to all stu students
dents students and faculty members. The
type of reproduction is mainly de dependent
pendent dependent upon the material being
copied and the use which will
be made of the copy.
The Audio Video Department
provides sound picture projectors,
slide projectors, and tape record recorders
ers recorders to various academic and so social
cial social groups. The record division
of the Audio-Video Department
has a circulating collection of over.
1,400 records with 6,000 records in
its reserved stacks. Records cover
a broad range of styles from clas classics
sics classics to modern jazz. The records
may be borrowed.
'Hie library suscribes to a wide
selection of Florida, national, and
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felt that Florida was the least
Southern of the Southern states.
He said, i hadnt realised how
much control the Florida cracker
had in the legislature:
IN HIS FIRST YEAR at the
University of Illinois, Helstrom
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had married and he smiled fond fondly
ly fondly when remembering the drive
to Florida hauling a trailer, three
children, a German shepherd and
a Siamese cat.
In comparing Florida students
with Illinois students, we come out
ahead in Helstroms estimation.
He believes that Florida students
are of a better quality en
masse. (The University of Ill Illinois
inois Illinois accepts anyone who grad graduates
uates graduates from high school and
sometimes there are some fresh freshmen
men freshmen who are actually illiterate.)
Helstrom says that Florida
students have a better student studentprofessor
professor studentprofessor relationship and are
more academic minded than their
Illinois counterparts. He also feels
that Florida has every oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to be the best University
in the South but must spend more
money to do so.
AMONG HIS DISLIKES of Flor Florida
ida Florida are reptiles ever since he
stepped on a snake barefooted in
Os all the things he might miss
Hellstrom mostly misses Big Ten
football. Said Helstrom, I havent
gotten used to SEC football or
even figured out if they really do
Booth To Open
The Mens Presidents Council
will operate the Lost and Found
Booth in the Hub for the Fall
The Booth will be open on Mon Monday,
day, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from
2:30 to 5:30 p.m.; and on Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday and Thursday from 10 to 12
The library offers many facili facilities
ties facilities to students and faculty be beside
side beside the circulation of books.
Thursday, September 20,1962 The Florida Alligator
Players Search Everywhere
For Special Old Heirlooms
Florida Players will scavenge
this Saturday to augment the trea treasury
sury treasury of props and costumes at
the Loft. Needed are old furni furniture,
ture, furniture, old costumes, old costume
jewelry, lamps, household goods,
and anything else laymen term
Sirloin Fillet Mignon T-Bones
Priced SI.OO, $1.35, $1.40 and $1.95
Va -95 cYi $1.35 Wliola Chicken for two- $2.50
Lunches 65c Dinners 85c
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A truck and crew will be avail available
able available Saturday to pick up any anything
thing anything that anyone wishes to con contribute.
tribute. contribute. Call extension 2671 any
weekday between 8 a.m. and 5
The Florida Alligator Thursday, September 20,1962
Welcome to our friends,
old and new
We* re glad you, too, are excited about
Gainesville's most interesting shop.
What's new? Italian ceramic ash trays
and boxes $1 to $6. High back
Japanese cane side chairs @ $25.
Candles in fabulous colors
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By TOVA LEVINE
Gator Staff Writer
If youre looking for a' job,
current UF betting odds are 50-50
you can find work through the
Student Employment Service.
According to Assistant Dean of
Men Hayes K. McClelland, the
employment service placed about
1,350 students out of about 2,700
applicants last spring in various
jobs on campus and in the city.
McClelland, who works with
students on financial problems,
said every year about 11 per cent
of the campus enrollment combine
work with studies.
UF working students are found
almost everywhere on campus,
Students assist the Board of
Examiners in giving out examina examination
tion examination papers; act as clerks, typists,
stenographers, and do lawn work
Odds Are You Can Find a Job
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Last Year 1350 Did
for the plant and ground depart department.
The housing department employs
the largest number of students and
last semester gave jobs to 235.
ACCORDING TO MCCLEL MCCLELLAND,
LAND, MCCLELLAND, some of those who are not
placed find they can afford to at attend
tend attend college without working. Oth Others
ers Others want specific johs unavail unavailable
able unavailable at the time, McClelland said.
In addition, according to the dean
some are qualified for the desired
jobs, and others fail to make the
necessary grade average.
A STUDENT must have a 2.0
average for both the previous se semester
mester semester and for his overall average
to be eligible for a job. Summer
school grades count in the overall
average, but not as a separate
Student applicants must not
have disciplinary records and
must be able to meet the job
ACCORDING TO MCCLEL MCCLELLAND,
LAND, MCCLELLAND, a full time student, carry carrying
ing carrying 12 hours or more, may work a
maximum of 20 hours per week.
A student carrying nine-11 hours
may work 27 hours per week;
six-eight hours, 30 hours a week
is maximum, and one credit hour
students may work full time.
FRESHMEN MAY EARN a
maximum of 75 cents per hour;
sophomores, 85 cents; juniors,
95 cents; seniors, $1.05.
Most freshman are discouraged
from working, except under spec special
ial special circumstances, McClel McClelland
land McClelland said.
Employers rate students at the
end of employment. In general,
the,, students perform excellently
on their jobs," McClelland said.
APPLICATIONS for jobs
may be made in the Student Em Employment
ployment Employment Office in Room 128 of
Included in jobs still available
are: Women-Business Administra Administration
tion Administration student for typing, general
bookkeeping, switchboard oper operator,
ator, operator, library assistant, babysit babysitters.
ters. babysitters. For men jobs are: gatekeep gatekeeper
er gatekeeper at Camp Wauburg, education
library assistant, Food Service
cashiers, manual labor, clerical
work and painting.
Jobs also are available off
campus at restaurants sending
orders out, as insurance investiga investigator
tor investigator and as a lifeguard.
UF Water Soaks
About $90,000 in Gainesville tax
revenue went down the drain at
the UF this year.
Though water is free on the UF
campus, it costs the Gainesville
taxpayer who must pay higher
rates for the utility, according to
City Manager William Green Jr.
Because of the citys agreement,
the expense of this service is
shifted to the taxpayer to provide
free water to the UF, Green said.
State law forbids taxation of the
UF by the City of Gainesville.
However, Green added, the
city has no quarrels with the UF
over providing this service.
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GAINESVILLE TAXPAYERS al also
so also foot the bill for the extra ex expense
pense expense of providing fire protection
for the UF.
The city must meet certain stan standards
dards standards set by fire insurance under underwriters
writers underwriters to obtain low rates on all
fire insurance issued within the
city, Green said.
Meeting the standards requires
providing adequate fire protection
facilities for the UF because the
campus is within the city. The cost
of extra fire stations, fire-fighting
equipment and water hydrants
close to the UF is borne by
But the city is economically
better off because of the UF,
The money spent in Gainesville
by the UF's 14.000 students and
3,000 employes is a great bene benefit"
fit" benefit" to the city, he added.
The UF receives its electric pow power
er power from Florida Power Corp. and
.not the oity-owned power company.
\Kirk Teaches Coeds Method'
Professor of Speech
I my pleasure about once
jmester (or trimester or
ive you) to have a rosy rosy,
, rosy, attractive female, fresh
triumphant reign as Water Wateriueen,
iueen, Wateriueen, and with a firm re repersevere
persevere repersevere until her name
jhts, appear before me in
i called Acting 260.
nes I am blessed with se seuch
uch seuch lovelies at one time.
5 you all decide to change
ijor to theatre so that you
sometime teach acting to
bevy of beauties, let me
; some of the difficulties
because you are working
ostensibly respectable pub pubtution,
tution, pubtution, well policed by os osrespectable
respectable osrespectable legislative
tees, you are unable to use
5.... That is, you are unable
r on their innocence by
them at the rate of S4O
son, nor are you able to
their co-operation by mak makue
ue makue offers of meetings with
nt producers. In fact, the
jrse open in such a situa situato
to situato actually try to teach
it is seldom admitted by
s of acting that nobody has
covered a sure fire way to
cting. In fact a great deal
;y is expended by many of
i paid colleagues in the
V to disguise this fact,
e knew a young woman
nt four weeks (at S4O per
a the Cat House at the zoo
ig how the panthers mov movr
r movr a few weeks of this she
t an unmistakably nat natroma
roma natroma but I could not dis disparallel
parallel disparallel development in
ing ability. She eventually
. year in acting class
ever having done any act actnd
nd actnd result of her expensive
m was that she had been
the theatre for a year,
dvantage to this approach
teaching problem is that
student works alone on
up her insight, any fail faildevelop
develop faildevelop is her fault, not
s obviously a good racket,
r, as I suggested before,
practical for the teacher
academic situation. The
pay their money and they
suits. They are buying an
n and, after two years in
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... ...Fondi.-,lfey. Frrtf,\f
by John Kirk
Dr. Kirk is an associate director
of the Florida Players. He directed
last summers production of The
Miracle Worker and is scheduled
to direct The Cherry Orchard in
University College they expect to
get it with IBM machine effi efficiency.
ciency. efficiency. At least they are a little
more practical about their educa education
tion education than some of the starry-eyed
ones in the Big City.
So when our promising young
lass raises her hand the first day
of class and asks, Do you teach
the method?, her mind whirl whirling
ing whirling with visions of Marlon Brando
or James Dean (rest his soul),
and you are forced to make some
prosaic answer like, Every actor
uses method, it is only natural
that the students are all thinking,
This nut doesnt even know what
the method is!
There are a number of catch
phrases in the jargon of method
magic and it is extremely tempt tempting
ing tempting to use them to create a kind
of mysterious inner circle open
only to those who have solved the
riddle (i.e., other teachers and
financially successful actors).
(Please understand that what I
resent is the attempt to manufact manufacture
ure manufacture this aesthetic magic with
Please under that I resent
even more those prosaic individ individuals,
uals, individuals, often found within ivy-cover ivy-covered
ed ivy-covered walls, who contend that there
is no real magic in the art of act acting.
ing. acting. They are the ones who imply
that acting is a set of rules; a
way to kneel and stand, and never
to say good luck on opening
night (always break a leg).
Having now rejected all the de devices
vices devices for concealing from the stu students
dents students that they are not being
taught to act, it remains for me
to substitute in their place the
one true faith....the real way
to learn acting. This is what the
students pay their money for.
Unfortunately, and at the risk
of having my salary cut still fur further
ther further by an ever vigilant legislat-
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ure, I shall have to admit that if
there is one true way to teach
acting, I dont know what it is.
As the radio Matt Dillon used
to say, Its a chancy game!"
You create the environment, try to
stimulate the imagination and
sometimes it happens....and more
often, it doesnt.
So, if your little lovely happens
to have a certain amount of
sensitivity, and if she can be
steered away from trying to find
the secret of acting in its vocabu vocabulary;
lary; vocabulary; and if, somehow, there can
begin to develop in her a sense of
awe about the real magic of act acting
ingtthe acting magic that comes from
projecting her own mysterious psy psyche
che psyche into the vast depths of a char character
acter character only to find that character
bursting to life in herthen may maybe
be maybe she cam be am actress.
Then maybe after infinite toil,
untold sacrifice, and fanatical con concentration,
centration, concentration, she may become an
WIN FREE GAMES
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Thursday, September 20,1962 The Florida Alligator
Joan of Arc Emerges
As Players Select Cast
Margaret Kaler will plky Joan
of Arc in the upcoming Florida
Players production of Jean Ano Anouilhs
uilhs Anouilhs The Lark*.
Performing her second tour of
duty in a row as leading lady, Ka Kaler
ler Kaler acted the part of Ann Sullivan
in the Summer Players presen presentation
tation presentation of The Miracle Worker.
Other major casting assignments
announced by UF Theater
Department Head Dr. L. L. Zim Zimmerman
merman Zimmerman Tuesday night include
Greene as the Promoter, Bob Pen Pendel
del Pendel as the Dauphin, and Don
Schreda as Warwick.
Over 70 students showed up for
Lark (tryouts last week-a rec record-breaking
ord-breaking record-breaking turn-out according to
Florida Players Publicity Direc Director
tor Director Sara Jo JDdlin.
Settings will be simple. Sever Several
al Several platforms of varying levels
and a unique lighting arrange arrangement
ment arrangement will contribute to Director
L.. L. Zimmermans stylized treat treatment
ment treatment of the play.
Child Care'Center Now Open
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SOLES put on in 15 minutes p
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"A WOMAN LIKE SATAN
First Gainesville Showing!
Michael Craig "DOCTOR IN LOVE
Sandra Dm in "ROMANOFF and JULIET"
Opening at the scene of Saint
Joans execution, the drama will
unfold as in retrospect, with the
platforms utilized to stage the
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Kirk Douglas, Jean Simmons,
Sun Mon Tues
Starting Wed, 26th
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The Florida Alligator Thursday, September 20J 962
Infante Does Everything Well
By ROBERT GREEN
Gator Sports Writer
Lindy Infante is one of a select
group of players who do well
every game but seldom get the
publicity they deserve. Coaches
love them, but fans dont appre appreciate
ciate appreciate them as well as they should.
Infante, co-Captain of this years
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team and starting right halfback
on the Big Blue team, led the
team in scoring, and was second
in rushing yet never seemed to
make the big headlines.
Things may be different this
year, however, Infante has been
mentioned on several pre-season
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All-SEC teams and had been call called
ed called one of the best blocking backs
of the conference by area sports sportswriters.'
The Miami senior played his
high school ball at Miami Senior
and played on the number one
team in the State his senior year,
1959. In his sophomore year for
the Gators he had a fine 3.4 yards
per carry average.
It was last season when he real really
ly really showed his ability, however, as
he started the year off with three
touchdowns against Clemson in
the 21-17 win that was one of
the few bright spots of the year
for the UF team.
In other games he scored the
winning TD against Vanderbilt
and gave the Gators leads they
could not hold with six-pointers
against Rice and Auburn. The last
was set up by a 50 yard run, the
longest run from scrimmage of
In all, Infante, gained 369 yards
for a 4.3 average and caught 11
passes for 129 more.
Infante called the Clemson game
his best with the Georgia Tech win
of two years ago (of which enough
has already been said) being the
After graduation, he hopes to
play pro gall if he receives an of offer.
fer. offer. If not, Lindy would like to
become a high school coach in the
Miami area. He is a phys ed ma major.
Infante expressed his hope for a
fine year and asked the support
of the student body to help the
Gators along. If they do have the
fine season that so many hope for,
it will be because Lindy Infante
will have continued to play his
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What away to start off the year.
My perfect record smashed to bits
after just four football games. But
you cant knock batting .500.
Letters have been pouring in
this week congratulating me on
picking Pitt over Miami. The ex experts
perts experts said Pitt was one of the
toughest teams in the East. Actual Actually,
ly, Actually, they were just as tough as a
group of ladies fighting over a
hot mah jong game.
Miami football players usually
choke up when they get smelling
distance away from the Bis Biscayne
cayne Biscayne Blvd. night spots. So what
happens, the U-M boys play like
the Baltimore Colts and turn the
game into a track meet.
I still say George Mira cant
throw a ball from Coral Gables
to the 36th street causeway. Well,
so what if the top of Jordan Marsh
gets in the way...he should throw
a higher ball.
But forget Miami...the Gators
roll into action this week. Before
predicting the game, I must admit
Ill be picking the Gators to win
them a11...n0 matter who the op opposition.
position. opposition. I do this for a number
of reasons, one being I work for
the University Sports Publicity
Department, an optimistic organi organization.
Two years ago, I picked Florida
to lose just one game (U-F was
8-2 in 1960) and that was against
Georgia Tech. Guess what! Os all
people, Larry Libertore completes
a perfect two point pass with 33
seconds left in the game to give
the Gators an 18-17 victory. Since
then, Ive gone all the way with
the home team.
FLORIDA 20, MISS. STATE 7...
Gators have too much depth for a
rugged State team. Look for a
tight first half, but then Libertore,
Hoover, Infante & Co. will rip em
up. An interesting sidelight .
States top end, Johnny Baker,
makes heavyweight thug Sonny
Liston look like a clean-cut kid.
DUKE 23, USC 14...81ue Devils
have well rounded offense and
wont have trouble
STATE 7...At Tallahassee, theyre
saying sophomore quarterback
By JARED LEBOW
Gator Sports Editor
Being a modest fellow I v/ont
say too much about my picking
three out of four of last weekends
games. Ill just let the whole thing
pass without any comment other
than, class will tell.
This Saturday the college foot football
ball football season gets into full gear with
most of the nations teams in ac action.
tion. action. Such top teams as Adams
State, LaVerne and NW Louisiana
kickoff their seasons.
The big gapne will be played
Saturday night in Jackson, Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi when the Gators kickoff
their season against Miss. State.
This weeks picks:
FLORIDA 28, MISS. STATE 7
. . From what I have read,
heard and seen of the Gators I
would pick them to win even if
they were opening their season
against the Green Bay Packers.
If Skelly, Hoover and Infante are
in top form, the Gators should
run the Maroons ragged.
DUKE 21, USC 7 . Duke bas
quarterback Gil Gamer, guard
Jean Berry, halfback Jay Wilkin Wilkinson
son Wilkinson and lots of tobacco money for
FLORIDA STATE 21, KEN KENTUCKY
TUCKY KENTUCKY 14 . The air will be
filled with passes from the arms
of Kentuckys Woolum and FSUs
Feely and Tensi.
LSU 21, TEXAS A&M 14 .
Two future Florida opponents bat battle
tle battle it out under the Bayou moon.
MARYLAND 27, SMU 12 .
NAVY 17, PENN STATE 14 .
NORTH CAROLINA STATE 16,
NORTH CAROLINA 13 .
OKLAHOMA 21, SYRACUSE
TCU 14, KANSAS 7 .
Steve Tensi is as good as Eddie
Feely...which means nothing but
trouble. FSUs opponents may not
even show up this year. The
Citadel should have stayed in
LSU 17, TEXAS A&M 0... The
Tigers wont have too much to
MARYLAND 21, SMU 6...Terps
should be rough this season.
PENN STATE 20, NAVY 7...
Penn State the best in the East,
which is not saying much, as
Eastern football is as good as
Southeastern Conference Ice
NORTH CAROLINA 14, NO.
CAROLINA STATE 0... Tough de defensive
fensive defensive battle.
SYRACUSE 19, OKLAHOMA 14
...Since Oklahoma Coach Bud Wil Wilkinson
kinson Wilkinson took over the physical fit fitness
ness fitness program for President
Kennedy, the Sooners have been
losing. Shows what clean living
can do for you.
KANSAS 13, TCU 6...A close
battle all the way.
Orange And Blue
Kickoff 62 Season
By ROBERT GREEN
Assistant Sports Editor
Full of high hopes and ambition,
the Florida Gator football team
opens its 1962 season this Satur Saturday
day Saturday night against Mississippi
State in Jackson, Mississippi.
Kickoff will be 9 p.m. local time
and the game will be aired on
The game will be an important
one for both teams, but especial especially
ly especially so for the Gators who hope to
rebound from last years disap disappointing
pointing disappointing season when they had a
For the Maroons, it will be
their first game under new head
coach, Paul Davis. Wade Walker,
last years coach, has moved up
to Athletic Director.
The Maroons had a 5-5 record
last season, but only one of those
wins was against Southeastern
Conference competition. State
hopes to come back into football
prominence again and compete
with the University of Mississippi
for the states top athletes.
State had 17 lettermen return returning
ing returning from last season, headed by
right ehd John Baker a pre preseason
season preseason All-SEC selection. He will
be the top target for quarterback
Charlie Furlow. 1 )
Furlow was injured most of
last season, but had a fine year in
1960 and is a good passing threat
at any time.
The Maroons are not as deep
as the Gators in the. line but have
two fine tackles in Hov/ard Ben Benton
ton Benton and Bob Garvin and a good
center in Brownie Walker.
Four junior college transfers
should help in the backfield but
the Maroons will still have to go
with their first team for most of
The four are quarterback Don
Edwards, halfbacks, Odie Bur Burrell
rell Burrell and Bob Little, and fullback
The Gators should be in good
physical shape for the opener with
only three players definitely out
for the game.
Missing will be Bobby Dodd,
quarterback on the Sidewinders,
placekicker and end Billy Cash,
and Big Blue guard Larry Tra-
Students wishing to attend the
Georgia Tech game Sept. 29, must
pick up their tickets before 4:30
p>.m. this Friday.
Tickets may be picked up at the
windows on the West side of Flor Florida
ida Florida Field from 1:30 to 4:30 Mon Monday
day Monday through Friday.
One male student may picked up
a ticket tor himself, one other
male student and two female stu students.
dents. students. Tickets for non student
dates are (2.50.
The ticket distribution will be
staggered, so that an equal num number
ber number of good seats are available
each day. The tickets will toe dis distributed
tributed distributed on a first, come, first
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vis. All are expected to be back
for the Georgia Tech game.
Back at practice this week were
Larry Libertore and Lindy Infante
for the Big Blue. Infante, Bob
Hoover, and Richard Skelly will
fight it out this week for the two
halfbacks positions on the Big
This will mark the debut for
the three team system at Florida
which was installed last spring
by Coach Ray Graves. It has
been used by LSU with great suc success.
It will also be the first varsity
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game for several promising new
players including linemen Jack
Katz and Frank Lasky, both men mentioned
tioned mentioned for post season honors.
Among the freshmen to watch
for will be halfback Larry Du Dupree,
pree, Dupree, very impressive in pre preseason
season preseason drills, tackle Dennis Mur Murphy,
phy, Murphy, quarterback Tqm Shannon,
who should see more action with
Dodd out, and Jim Hall, who
will do the place kicking with Cash
The game should be a tough one
for both teams and a good one to
win. By the time it is over, 'Ga 'Gator
tor 'Gator fans should have a better idea
of this years Gator team.
The Florida Alligator Thursday, September 20,1962
The Forest K. (Fergie) Fergu Ferguson
son Ferguson Award is presented to the
most valuable senior football
player each year.
This award is emblematic of
the athletic excellence and out outstanding
standing outstanding leadership which Fergie
Ferguson exhibited throughout his
Ferguson came to the Univer University
sity University in 1938 and started as a sopho sophomore
more sophomore end on the 1939 Gators. He
set Gator career records of 43
passes caught for 668 yards.
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Forest K. ; Fergie) Ferguson earn earned
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died of war wounds.
The Florida Alligator Thursday, September 20,1962
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Aqua Gators- Swim Fins
To Pace Race in Space
By DAVE BERKOWITZ
Gator Sports Writer
Gators Pace the Race in Space
is the theme of all efforts of the
Swim Fins and Aqua Gators for
the weeks leading up to Home Homecoming.
Monday night the Swim Fins and
Aqua Gators greeted 30 new mem members
bers members interested in learning and
performing syncronized swim swimming
ming swimming and theatrical production.
The Swim Fins is the girls seg segment
ment segment of the group. Faith Zmistow Zmistowskj
skj Zmistowskj heads the Swim Fins with
Mary Fracis Tucker as vice presi president
dent president and Sue Rose as secretary.
Aqua Gator president is Terry
Newmaster. Earl Soukup is vice
president and Charles Prince is
ithe secretary and publicity di director.
rector. director. Kirk Kirkconnel is treasur treasurer
er treasurer for both organizations.
The big project of the first tri trimester
mester trimester is the Homecoming show.
Two performances are planned.
The first at 4 pm on October
19, before the Growl and the sec second
ond second at 10 am, on October 20 the
morning of the homecoming
Today is the last day for those
who are interested and havent
tried out to jdo so. There will be a
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am. on Saturday September 22.
Time for todays tryouts are be between
tween between 4-5 and 7-8 at the Florida
The Swim Fins and Aqua Gators
have been invited to put on a
show at Fort Stuart, South Carol Carolina
ina Carolina on the weekend after Home Homecoming.
coming. Homecoming. The group often does
shows around the state.
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participating in shows and 500
points qualifies a member for a
gold key award.
Miss Dotty Shields will coordi coordinate
nate coordinate the activity of the group as
their sponsor and instructor.