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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
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The Florida

Gators 'Maroon' 19-9

Alberta Delays
Appearance-
Eight Months?
By 808 DIXON
Gator Staff Writer
The UF may have to wait at
least another eight months before
it gets a new mascot to replace
the recently deceased Alberta,
alligator victim of student pranks.
Alberta died last May from a
combination of unidentified stu students
dents students dumping soap into her pen
and pneumonia.
Her mate, Albert, was not in injured.
jured. injured.
If we have no trouble for the
next eight months or so, Trickel
said, well think about request requesting
ing requesting another alligator.
Ross Allen, head of the Silver
Springs, Ocala, Reptile Institute,
which supplied the UFs previous
mascots, said hell wait to see
how Albert gets along before sa sacrificing
crificing sacrificing another animal.
THE ORIGINAL ALBERT was
brought to the UF by Allen in
November 1957, for the purpose
of providing students with a live
mascot and to foster school spir spirit.
it. spirit.
The gator was almost iimmedi iimmediately
ately iimmediately a victim of attacks with
knives, bricks and concrete
blocks. He survived this sort of
treatment, ending in the infam infamous
ous infamous gator-axing incident by
three varsity football players, un until
til until fall 1961. At that time, a com combination
bination combination of illness and injuries
made necessary Alberts remov removal
al removal to-Allens Reptile Ranch for
treatment.
ALBERT WAS REPLACED, at
student demand, by a pair of
young gators named Albeit and
Alberta, once more donated by
Allen.
The death followed shortly aft after.
er. after.
Trickel said trouble might come
from rival schools or persons pas passing
sing passing through the campus. Every
discovered attack however, on the
pnascbt in the past has come from
within the student body itself.
An attempt was made by Sig Sigma
ma Sigma Nu to protect Albert during
the UF-FSU football weekend last
fall. The round-the-clock guard
drew little student response.
If we have to enclose the pen
in glass simply to protect Albert
from further onslaught, well get
rid of him and replace him with
a stuffed gator, Trickel said.

Homecoming Heads Set Oct. 4
'Screen Os 62 Growl Skits

Gator Growl skits will be screen screened
ed screened by tape and script this year
before actual tryouts in the Plaza
of the Americas on October 9,
said Chairman Bud Eubanks.
All fraternities and sororities
planning to enter skits in the
competition must submit a tape,
script and precise to the Growl
Committee before October 4. Skits
will be judged on the basis of
quality.
"Everyone is a potential win winner

Vol. 55 No. 6 University of Florida, Gainesville

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The Band's Mew Clothes?
Not quite, but you'll see why sophomore drummer Gordon
Freas and head" Gatorette Rosalie Finley are perplexed by
turning to Page 4A.

Medicare Bill Co-Author To Talk
-~V- 1
At Oct. 19 Homecoming Banquet

U. S. Sen. Robert s. Kerr, D-
Okla., co-author of the controver controversial
sial controversial Medicare Bill, will be the
main speaker at the Florida Blue
Key Banquet Oct. 19.
Kerr, who was born in a log ca cabin
bin cabin near Ada, Okla., in what was
then Indian Territory, is Chair Chairman
man Chairman of the Senate Committee on
Aeronautics and Space.
The* senior Democratic senator
is the first native Oklahoman ev ever

ner winner and everyone will be heard.
No really good skit will be cut
out, said Eubanks.
The Committee will furnish ad advice
vice advice and technical assist an c e.
Quality and good participation will
be stressed. Four fraterpity skits
and three sorority skits will ap appear
pear appear in Growl.
This plan was conceived and
passed by the Inter Fraternity
Council to save time and money
on construction of props.

er ever to be elected governor of that
state. He was first elected to the
U. S. Senate in 1948 and re-elect re-elected
ed re-elected in 1954 and 1960.
He was appointed chairman of
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SEN. ROBERT KERR
... to spook ot UF

Sunday, September 23, 1962 20 Pages TKh, Edition

Alligator

Defense, Depth
Defeat Miss State

By JOHN GARCIA
United Press International
JAcKSON, Miss. (UFA) Flori Florida
da Florida s tnree teams and fleet backs
more tnan onset the talented toe oi
bammy Dan lone Saturday nignt as
tne Gators surged from behind to
defeat Mississippi State, 19-9, before
i4,uuo lans.
Dantone tied a Southeastern Cun*
ference record by booting tnree held
goals in as many attempts and Keep Keeping
ing Keeping the underdog Bulldogs in con contention
tention contention for almost three-fourths of
the game.
But third string halfback Sam
Mack turned the tide for the Ga Gators
tors Gators when he romped 28 yards with
2:21 remaining in the third period
lo send the Gators into the lead for
the first time, 12-9. Jimmy Hall
booted the extra point to give Flori Florida
da Florida a 13-9 lead they never relin relinquished.
quished. relinquished.
State looked like the stronger of
the two teams in the first half,
driving close to the Gator goal on
two occasions. But Florida's de defensive
fensive defensive team, the Sidewinders,
held and forced Dantone to boot two
of his field goals. His first went for
33 yards with 2:25 remaining in the
first period and then he came back
in the second period to boot a 21-
yarder.
Florida fumbled around until late
in the second period and it took a
break to put the Gators back in the
game.
States Randy Hutto took a bad
p§ss from center on a kicking situ situation
ation situation and the Gators swarmed all
over him. This gave the Gators the
ball on States 13. Halfback Lindy
Infante worked the ball to the two twoyard
yard twoyard line on two plays. Larry Liber Libertore,
tore, Libertore, the 138-pound quarterback
then went over from the one two
plays later. The kick was blocked
and the teams left at intermission
tied 6-6.

the Ccmmitte on Aeronautic a 1
and Space Sciences in 196 t. Kerr
also serves as ranking Democrat
on the Senate Public Works Com Committee,
mittee, Committee, and as chairman of t h e
subcommittee on flood control, ri rivers
vers rivers and harbors.
THE SENATOR, is author of
the book, Land, Wood and Wa Water,
ter, Water, which received the Award
of Merit from the American Asso Association
ciation Association for Conservation in 1961.
Kerr will be introduced at the
Blue Key Banquet by Florida Sen Senator
ator Senator George Smathers.

HC Decision Dve Today
A decision is expected late today on the three finalists
in the Homecoming Sweetheart Contest.
The 35 contestants are being judged this weekend at
Cypress Gardens.
The contest includes competitions in bathing suits,
sheaths and formal gowns, and a personality interview.
The names of the three finalists will be released today,
but the name of the Sweetheart will remain a secret until
Homecoming.

The final Florida touchdown was
on a one-yard ran by fullback Jim
ODonnell.
*' r Nina
4 74ls
MSU 3 3 3 4 t
MSUPG Don ton* 33; MSUPO Oon Oonon*
on* Oonon* 31; FloLibert or* 1 run (kick
toll*) MSUPO Don ton* 34, Flo-Mock
* rm (HoM kick); Plo-O'DonhMl )
run (kick toll*)
. P). Ml** SI.
.< Pint Down* 13 n
Rushing Yordoge 135 M
Passing Yardage S 3 95
P Pass*s Intercept* by 4 0
Punts 443 3-43
Fumble. Lost 3 1
Yards Penolli* 35 5
I r
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K. VHHIHVp
David lawranca Jr.
. . new managing editor
Board Fills
Gator Post

David Lawrence Jr. heads a
list of six persons named to top
posts on the Florida Alligator this
past week.
Lawrence was chosen manag managing
ing managing editor of the paper by the
Electoral Board of Student Publi Publications
cations Publications Thursday.
HE SUCCEEDS Tom Gibson,
new assistant to the student body
president.
A journalism junior from One Oneco,
co, Oneco, Lawrence has served as staff
writer, editorial assistant and act acting
ing acting managing editor of the pa paper.
per. paper.
Three-time winner of the St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg Times Poynter Fund
Scholarship, he has three sum summers
mers summers professional experience on
the Times.
Lawfence, a Delta Upsilon, joint
managing editors Jack Horan and
(Please See GATOR, Page 3)



Page 2A

The Florida Alligator Sunday, September 23, 1962

Company May Build College

A company has agreed to build a university and lease
it to the state to be operated as a state university, Gov.
Farris Bryant reported last week.
Refusing to identify the company, Bryant said he had
a flat, categorical proposal by an outfit capable of fol following
lowing following through.
Bryant said the company has no financial interest in
the uinversitylt just wants its money back. Under any
lease agreement, the builders would exercise no control
over the academic functioning of the university, Bryant
said.

Caldwell Quits
Teaching Job
After Probes
A University of South Florida
(USF) teacher, who was suspend suspended
ed suspended recently and reinstated this
week following investigation of
charges by the Johns investigat investigating
ing investigating committee, resigned his Tam Tampa
pa Tampa post Thursday.
John W. Caldwell, 38, associate
director of theatre arts at USF,
said in a letter of resignation to
President John S. Allen he was
unwilling to suffer such vilifica vilification
tion vilification and slander from State
Ben. Charley Johns of Starke.
Caldwell, a member of the USF
faculty since 1960, said he ha d
been informed by his attorney a
libel suit against Johns would
be hopeless because Johns was
not speaking as a private citizen
in his recent attacks on Caldwell.*
HE REFERRED to three
charges brought against him by
the Johns' committee, stating
they are indicative of the man manner
ner manner in which the entire investiga investigation
tion investigation was carried out and they ex explain
plain explain the low level of morale to
be found among the people who
were subjected to this degrading
performance.
Since I am unwilling to suffer
such vilification and slander from
a source Immune frof prosecu prosecution,
tion, prosecution, continued Caldwell, I
have no choice except to resign
froip the field of higher education
in the state of Florida.

I AM A NATIVE of the state
and I have long loved it and work worked
ed worked in it and for itoften, I hope
to its credit.

I leave it sadly but with the
fond hope that the citizens of
Florida will again make it possi possible
ble possible for their universities to be go governed
verned governed through the board of con control
trol control in a dignified and intelligent
manner, free of political inter interference/'
ference/' interference/' Caldwell said.

Merchants May Allow
Purchase Discounts

A proposed student -facul -faculty
ty -faculty discount plan is off the draw drawing
ing drawing board and is expected to be
in operation before the next tri trimester.
mester. trimester.
The service will allow UF stu students
dents students and faculty members to re receive
ceive receive cash discounts for pur purchases
chases purchases made from Gainesville
merchants.
Discounts from filling stations,
dry cleaners, furniture stores,
laundries/ hardware stores cloth clothing
ing clothing stores, barber shops, and oth others
ers others will come under the plan, ac according
cording according to Secretary of Student
Activities Don Denson.
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And Then Lease To State?

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SHUTTLE BUS SYSTEM
. . operates again this year from Hume Hall, men's dormi dormitory
tory dormitory area, to campus classroom facilities.

Faculty Senate Requests
Biophysics Grad Program

Graduatelevel work may be
offered in the spaceage field of
radiation biophysics here if the
UF Faculty Senate has its way.
Faculty Senate members Thurs
day proposed the program, lead leading
ing leading to a (master of science degree.
Subject to approval, possibly in
mid-October, toy the State Board
of Control, the plan would create
a graduate program combining
training in medicine, physics and

We hope to get a discount on
everything that effects the stu student
dent student and faculty," he said.
A form letter will be sent to all
merchants in the area asking
them if they would like to join the
service.
The discount committee headed
by Herb Babb then will determine
which interested merchants will
provide the lowest discount on
each particular commodity.
These merchants and their dis discounts
counts discounts will be printed up in a bro brochure
chure brochure to be distributed to all stu students
dents students and faculty.

Bryant refused to pinpoint the location of such an in institution,
stitution, institution, but a UF official, who declined to be identified,
has prophesized it would be situated in Northwest Florida,
probably Pensacola.
Bryant said he has asked the Board of Control to begin
a rush study of the program of university expansion so
he can make recommendations to the 1963 legislature.
'This plan is just one of many ways to get finances for
a new university, the UF official said.
This lease plan might pass the legislature easier be because
cause because there would be less initial capital outlay.

engineering.
GRADUATES IN the program,
if approved, would probably be
employed as medical radiation
physicists and radiation safety
officers.
The program would make the
UF the second university in the
southeast to utilize full inter interdisciplinary
disciplinary interdisciplinary cooperation on a
day-to-day basis between medicine
and engineering on the same cam campus
pus campus for a specific career train training
ing training program. The other is Van Vanderbilt.
derbilt. Vanderbilt.
Graduate School Dean L. E.
Grinter said, the U.S. Public
Health Service has awarded 21
grants to support programs in
radiation biophysics and radiation
safety, tout only seven are affiliat affiliated
ed affiliated with colleges of medicine.
WS GRADUATE program
would be the eighth. The others
are Emory, Vanderbilt, and the
PROVOST MARTIN
VOTED $23,000
The State Cabinet okayed Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday a $23,000 annual salary for
Dr. S. P. Martin; provost of the
J. Hillis Miller Health Center.

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Private Funds
Support Study
Os Universities
A rush study to determine the
programs in Florida, with the pri primary
mary primary emphasis on state universi universities
ties universities including the UF, will be fin financed
anced financed privately.
According to Gov. Farris Bry Bryant,
ant, Bryant, the study, which will be made
by numerous educational experts,
will cost between $50,000- SIOO,-
000.
Target date for presentation to
the 1963 State Legislature is ex expected
pected expected to be late spring.
Included in facilities studied in
the report will be an oceanogra oceanographic
phic oceanographic center, a graduate and re research
search research center for space work, a
data-processing center and a state statewide
wide statewide advanced program.
Reason for the private financ financing,
ing, financing, according to Bryant, is
that no state funds are available
for the study and there is no time
to wait for legislative appropria appropriations.
tions. appropriations.
The study is expected to pin pinpoint
point pinpoint the need for new facilities,
cost and mechanics of building
them.

Medical College of Virginia in the
Southeast, and Columbia, Johns
Hopkins, New York University,
and the University of Washington.
The Department of Radiology of
the UFs College of Medicine at
the J. Hillis Miller Health Center
would offer the graduate work.
The faculty committee study up upon
on upon which the proposal was based
was composed of Dr. George K.
Davis, director of nuclear Engin Engineering;
eering; Engineering; Dr. David C. Swaasun,
professor of physics, and Dr. Da David
vid David S. Anthony, associate profes professor
sor professor of botany.

Political Science Prof
To Head Service Club

Professor Ernest Bartley of the
UF Political Science Department
has agreed to be advisor to the
new Student Government Service
Organisation.
The new organization will do
special projects to be assigned by
the student government. Students
who complete a minimum number
of hours working on these proj projects
ects projects will be given a key.
More than 350 students have ap-

Into World
A 'Machine
Is Bom
By MARYANNE AWTREY
Gator Wire Editor
The world is talking to me.
Through the wires of United
Press International the voices of
three billion people will be heard
on the UF campus.
Thats a lot of voices even for
the traditional ghosts of the Or Orange
ange Orange IPeel office . home of
my machine.
ment of the Fk>r Fk>ra
a Fk>ra typewriter inside.
It sounds like a box with a
- typewriter inside.
It works like a box with a type typewriter
writer typewriter inside.
But it has a personality. And it
needs a name. I cant go on cal calling
ling calling it my machine forever.
The brown box that chatters in
the comer is a modem mechan mechanical
ical mechanical historian.
Together with hundreds of other
brown and black boxes, clicking
in newspaper offices all over the
country, my machine is telling
the story of man.
It seems fitting to christen it.
Referring to it as the thing in indicates
dicates indicates lack of respect.
I thought about calling it Tom,
Dick and Harry, because Tom,
Dick and Harry make up the
world and its news.
But somehow that seems about
as inappropriate as Cuddles or
Cutie-pie.
I guess Ill just have to wait
until it tells me what it prefers
to be called. And Ill bet it does
too. The brown box that talks
for the world must have a name
it likes above all others.
Book Bargains
To Hit Campus
.
UF students may be able to by
pass bookstores for better tJook
bargains next trimester.
Student government is laying
plans for a student book ex exchange
change exchange service to be situated in
the Century Tower.
Students will be able to swap
this trimesters textbooks in pro proportion
portion proportion of their value for new
course books.

plied for membership.
Ideas for such an organization
were discussed at the Southern
Universities Student Government
Association (SUSGA) convention
last spring.
The non-policy-making group
is designed strictly for service,
according to Student Body Presi President
dent President Bill Trickel.
Concrete plans are being formu formulated
lated formulated for the new organization.



General Education Aims Toward Mediocre Student

General university and college
education now aims toward the
mediocre student. Harvard Uni Universitys
versitys Universitys Dr. Harold Martin told
University College faculty mem members
bers members Wednesday.
Many colleges and universi universities
ties universities are pipe organs, Martin
said, on which we teach our be be
be f 9
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Ben Garrett
.. heods news team
Gator Posts
(Continued From Page 1)
David West and editor Bill Curry
in switching the Alligator to dai daily
ly daily publication Sept. 30.
FIVE OTHERS were named to
top staff posts by the editor at
the papers staff meeting Friday.
HEADING CAMPUS news
coverage as city editor is Ben Gar Garrett,
rett, Garrett, 21 year -old journalism
senior from St. Petersburg. Gar Garrett,
rett, Garrett, has worked for the St. Pet Petersburg
ersburg Petersburg Times and has three se semesters
mesters semesters experience on the Alli Alligator.
gator. Alligator. He was news editor of
the Summer Gator.
named FEATURES editor is
Fred Schneider, senior education
student from Miramar. He has
held posts as amusements editor
of The Alligator and as manag managing
ing managing editor of the 1962 Summer Ga Gator.
tor. Gator.
HANDLING WIRE service stor stories
ies stories for the paper is Maryanne Aw Awtrey.
trey. Awtrey. Miss Awtrey, 20-year -old
Journalism junior from Gainesville
has been editorial assistant, sum summer
mer summer business manager, assistant
news editor and coed editor of
the Alligator. As a freshman, she
won the outstanding new staff
member award.
ASSISTANT TO the editor is
Sandy Sweitzer, 20-year-old jour journalism
nalism journalism senior. Miss Sweitzer has
three semesters experience on
the Alligator and has worked for
the Vero Beach Press-Journal.
FOCUSING ON coed activities
will be Coed Life Editor Becky
Quinn. Miss Quinn, 18, has work worked,
ed, worked, for the Miami Herald and the
Coral Gables Times and has won
a Florida Press Association fea feature
ture feature writing award.

A PERFECT PLACE
To Spend an Evening
\Refreshments Bar-B-Q
Let us cater your party 6-4141
"It's just a short ride" GAYS CORNER
All the way out E. Univ. Ave.
Overlooking Lake Newnan
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ginners how to play chopsticks.
According to Martin, every stu student
dent student should be (required to inquire
and experiment in problem-setting,
feeling and struggling to imitate.
General education in college,
he said, should make problem
and inquiry its subject matter
and subject matter its vehicle,
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Harvard Prof
Speaks at UF
Freshmen problems in reading
and writing Were discussed by
Harvard Universitys Dr. Harold
Martin Wednesday in Dan Mc-
Carty Hall. >
Martin, author of two fresh freshmen
men freshmen English texts, suggested
freshmen English teachers
should;
1) Separate the writing class
operation from the regular Eng English
lish English classa practice already in
effect at the UF.
2) Use a variety of text as ref references,
erences, references, thus keeping the student
moving between analysis and
speculation.
3) Make the student constant constantly
ly constantly aware that his teacher solves
problems on which he (the stu student)
dent) student) stubs his toes.
Dean Hales
Speech Ends IFC
Retreat
m
The Interfraternity Coun ci 1
(IFC) concluded its retreat at
Paradise Point today.
The retreat, the first held this
year, had no scheduled format,
and was designed as a general
discussion session.
The weekend meeting, attended
by all fraternity presidents and
major committee chairmen, ends
with a devotional service this
morning conducted by Dean of
Student Affairs Lester L. Hale.
-
Navy Interviews
Set for Monday
Students interested in join joining
ing joining the Naval, Coast Guard or
Marine Corps reserve programs
and being excused from UF Ar Army
my Army or Air Force ROTC have their
last chance Monday.
The final physical examination
for students who want to substi substititute
titute substititute the reserve program for
ROTC will be given Monday from
7-10 p. m. at the Naval Reserve
Center, 1300 NE Eighth Ave.
In previous semesters, male
students entering4he UF as fresh freshmen
men freshmen were required to take two
years of Air Force or Army
ROTC. A new regulation affect affecting
ing affecting basic ROTC requirements
went into effect Sept. 1.
Students interested in more in information
formation information on the new program can
call the Naval Reserve Center at
FR 2-4838 or contact Dr. Freder Frederick
ick Frederick Hartmann, political, science
professor, in room 6. Peabody
Hall.

% A GREAT GAP exists between
the past life of the entering stu student
dent student and what the university wish wishes
es wishes to accomplish, Martin added,
because high schools do not and
will not in the immediate future
educate the student to start seri serious
ous serious study.
College studies should be rel relevant

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Sunday, September 23, 1962 The Florida Alligator

evant relevant to the discipline they pre present,
sent, present, he said to the Student Ser Service
vice Service Center audience.
According to Martin, general ed education
ucation education can bring new strength
and new meaning to undergrad undergraduate
uate undergraduate study.
BUT GENERAL education
should not become a new dog-

ma, he said. Some method
should be found to determine who
is ready, and this type of educa education
tion education should not be inflexible.
Martin has written two college
texts on composition lnquiry
and Expression and Logic of
Rhetoric of Exposition.

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Page 4A

The Florida Alligator Sunday, September 23, 1962

SAE Decision Due Today

A decision is expected late to today
day today on the fate of a controversial
campus landmarkthe Sigma Al Alpha
pha Alpha Epsilon (SAE) Fraternity
house.
Members of tne SAE Board of
Trustees will meet in Gainesville
this afternoon and are expected
to push plans for a new SAE
structure on Fraternity Row.
Announcement also is expected
to come today on whether an as
yet undisclosed major oil

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company has exercised an option
to buy the house at the corner of
University Avenue and 13th St.
Price tag is an estimated $75,-
000.
The SAE house was the site of
a major dispute during last spring
when administration officials ob objected
jected objected to rezoning of the land
from residential to commercial.
UF officials said the move would
create an eyesore. 0
City Oomfflseioners, however,

voted 4-1 to rezone the land, pav paving
ing paving the way for use as a gasolihe
station.
Students May Sign Up
For '62 Gras Tryouts
Applications for Gator Gras, UF
spring carnival week, are being
accepted in room 315 of the Flor Florida
ida Florida Union.
Interviews will be held through
Oct. 5.

'Lost Band Uniforms
To Cancel Showing?

Missing Gator Band uniforms, |
slated to arrive at the UF more I
than three weeks ago, may cur- I
tail the bands appearance at Sa- I
turdays Georgia Tech-Florida Ga* I
tor football game. 1
The uniforms were ordered 1
last May from the OstWald Uni- 1
form Co. of Ohio. I
Weve got our fingers cross- 1
ed, Gator Band Director Rich- 1
ard W. Bowles said.
THE UNIFORM COMPANY 1
has assured us, Bowles said, j
that the uniforms will arrive
this week. If they dont, he add added,
ed, added, football fans might be treat treated
ed treated to one of the most shocking
halftime shows in gridiron h i s story.
tory. story.
According to Bowles, all other j
preparations have been made for
Saturdays halftime show new j
music arrangements talented j
musicians and an interesting for- ]
mat.
The uniform pattern was select selected
ed selected last spring by a committee re representing
presenting representing the general student bo body,
dy, body, the UF Athletic Association
and the department of fashion de design
sign design here.
Included in the uniform is a ba basic
sic basic dark blue color with an or orange
ange orange trouser stripe, and blue
shako hats with white plumes.
Gatorettes will wear the usual
blue and silver-sequined uniforms.
Show Must Go On
. . but the clothes?
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*WOCs Number 500

Three are more than 500
"WOCs at the UF this year.
Miss Ruth Neal knows them well.
Shes their counselor.
According to her recent survey,
the average WOC is more than
likely an upperclassman and lives
in an apartment with two or
three roommates.
Thats the clue. WOC is ad administrative
ministrative administrative jargon for Women
Off-Campus.
WHY DO they live off-campus?
Home, independence and es escaping
caping escaping from organization draws
the UF coed off-campus, says
Miss Neal.
The WOCs rate home-like at atmosphere
mosphere atmosphere their biggest reason for

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moving off-campus. They want
quiet, privacy, a relaxed environ environment
ment environment and good study conditions.
MORE INDEPENDENCE and
learning to take care of them themselves
selves themselves is the second reason for
coeds moving out of the residence
halls. Almost half of the WOCs
do not belong to any campus or organization.
ganization. organization.
Miss Neal says girls rarely
move back to campus once they
become WOCs.
Miss Neals summary pamphlet
states: At her most representa representative,
tive, representative, a WOC seems to reflect pret pretty
ty pretty clearly the need of her student
generation ... an individualistic
system of control.



Noted Prof
Dr. Carson
Talentless
By CAROLYN MELDRIM
Tender years resulted in the
apprehension of Dr. Robert E.
Carson by a police woman.
While Carson was playing in an
orchestra during the era of silent
movies, it was discovered that he
was only 13 and therefore under underage
age underage for this type of employment.
Carson is now a professor' in,
UFs c-5 department.
In 1961 Carson
\S§M was cited as one
of the four out out\
\ out\ standing faculty
"TtTs. \ \ members at UF.
UO Silent movie
N A orchestras are
r-r* not Carsons sole
O) \ \ claim to fame,
yjij* \ Music has been a
J part of his life
for many years.
After his first year at Am Amherst
herst Amherst College working on a pre-law
degree he discovered he was dis dissatisfied
satisfied dissatisfied with his career -to -be.
Carson dropped out of college,
joined a touring orchestra and
played saxaphone and viola all
across the United States.
Not satisfied with this type of
life he enrolled in the University
of Michigan (UM). While there
he added to his roster of differ different
ent different experiences by appearing in
a Chinese restaurant.
At UM he also waited tables in
a fraternity house, was active in
a drama group and worked on the
Michigan Daily, the UM newspa newspaper.
per. newspaper.
During this period at UM my
interest changed from a decided
major in History to a desire to
major in English, Carson said.
I still retained my interest in
history; later on this is what I
taught. Carson did honors work
in English and received his B. A.
from UM.
While teaching Humanities at
Stevens College Carson found
that he was required to teach
art. He realized that all his know knowledge
ledge knowledge of art had been a limited
high school course, the crux of
which was a disconcerting re remar
mark remar no talent.
Playwright William Inge and
Gibson Dane, now dean of Fine
Arts at Yale, accompanied Car Carson
son Carson in his plunge into the world of
the artist. They started with wa watercolor
tercolor watercolor which is still Carsons fa favorite
vorite favorite medium.
Teaching art is now one of Car Carsons
sons Carsons favorite occupations.
Art helps one to develop a
sensitive reaction to visual exper experiences,
iences, experiences, he explained.
During a summer trip last
year Carson claims the thing he
most enjoyed was sketching the
things that I saw.
Last year Carson returned to
Jamestown, N= Y. for an old oldhome-week
home-week oldhome-week celebration.
It was the fortieth reunion for
his high school graduating class
of 1922.
Comer Named
Language Head
Dr. J. Wayne* Conner is the new
head of the UF Foreign Languag Languages
es Languages Department.
For the past 12 years, Conner
taught in the Department of Ro Romance
mance Romance Languages at Washington
University, St. Louis, Mo.
A native of Utah, Conner receiv received
ed received his bachelors and masters de degrees
grees degrees at Queens College, Kings Kingston,
ton, Kingston, Ont., and his Ph. D. at
Princeton University in New
Jersey.
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THE LONESOME TRAVELERS JUST "CUT UP
PICTURED ABOVE ARE VICK HAMILTON, MIAMI,
MARIANNE COSTOPOULOS, FT. PIERCE, MYRON PERS PERSOFF,
OFF, PERSOFF, WEST PALM BEACH, DOUG JENNINGS, HOLLY HOLLYWOOD,
WOOD, HOLLYWOOD, BILL PETTIT, POMPANO- CAUGHT WHILE PRAC PRACTICING
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FLORIDA UNION CLUB RENDEZVOUS. THE GROUP
SPECIALIZES IN FOLK SONGS, AND MISS COSTOPOULOS
IS A SOUND ALIKE OF JOAN BAEZ.

First Editions of Famous Authors
Found in Rare Books Room

By VICKI SMITH
Where on campus can you find
personal letters from Ernest Hem Hemingway,
ingway, Hemingway, Albert Einstein, Dolly
Madison, Eleanor Roosevelt, Ber Bernard
nard Bernard Baruch or General Eisenho Eisenhower?
wer? Eisenhower?
The best place to look is the
Rare Book Room located just ov over
er over the Browsing Room of the Main
Library. This donut shaped space
contains personal letters from fa famous
mous famous individuals in all walks of
life, some centuries old. Accom Accompanying
panying Accompanying the letters are prepub prepublication
lication prepublication manuscripts of many fa famous
mous famous novels, including Pat
Franks Alas Babylon, Marjor Marjorie
ie Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings The Yearl Yearling
ing Yearling and Lillian Smiths Strange
Fruit.
The Rare Book Room also hou houses
ses houses (many literary first edit editions
ions editions by outstanding authors,
among them William Butler Yeats,
Jonathan Swift, Lady Gregory
and Charles Dickens.
UF manuscript collections also
have their home in the Rare Book
Room. These manuscripts cen center
ter center around the West Indies and
include the Jeremie and Roch Rochambeau
ambeau Rochambeau Papers which tell of the
turbulent past of Haiti.
One step up and adjoining the
Rare Book Room is the lodg lodging
ing lodging of UFs poetry collection which
represents poetry from 1930 to the
present. In one corner is the col-

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Hart Speaks
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UF Business Administration
Dean D. J. Hart spoke on higher
education in the fields of econo economics
mics economics and business Friday before
the Peruvian Business Adminis Administration
tration Administration Institute in Caracas, Peru.
Hart emphasized new develop developments
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Business Administration Assis Assistant
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Dallas, Texas, and Mexico City,
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and next.

Sunday, September 23, 1962 The Florida Alligator

Landlady Just 'So-So'

By H. T. REID
Take Kim Novak, Frsd As Astaire,
taire, Astaire, Jack Lemmon and cast;
add a foggy London background;
and throw in the mixed emotions
of love, murder, suspense, diplo diplomatic
matic diplomatic prestige and slapstick hum humor
or humor and you have a farce.
The stars are convincing and
not convincing, depending on their
whim at the time. Nevertheless,
they are faintly successful in their
attempt to convey the story line.
It runs some something
thing something like this.
if mm 'vl Miss Novak is a
\\ fit ft )n beguiling, beau beau'
' beau' h tiful and baffling
American in Lon London.
don. London.
Vy -Lemmon is an
\ American dliplo dliplof
f dliplof mat who has just
been blessed with
a London assignment, after
spending several years in one of
the more reputable desert diplo diplomatic
matic diplomatic embassies.
Lest we forget, Astaire is Lem Lemmons
mons Lemmons diplomatic superior in Lon Londonton.
donton. Londonton. (Not bad for a former
dancer.)
Miss Novak's husband has been
indisposed for the past six
months. In order for Kim to sup support
port support herself, she has decided to
take in a boarder. Lemmon is on only
ly only happy to snap up the vacancy.
But this has its bad points.
There seems to be some question
about the existence of Miss No Novaks
vaks Novaks husband.
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a dont see the
need for concern.
The whereabouts
of his person are
innumeral. Wit Witness
ness Witness the fact
1. The neighbors
#7 think Miss Novak
II murdered him. 2.
V Scotland Yard
thinks Miss Novak murdered
him. AND ON .
So really its difficult to realize
how Lemmon thinks he might al alleviate
leviate alleviate the situation. It seems
obvious the only solution is for
Lemmon to dessert the damsel
in distress.
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"tall story
Starts Wed.
Boys Night Out

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The Florida Alligator Sunday, September 23, 1962

Page 6A

alligator editorials

johns revisited
A Yale professor, in a recent Harpers Magazine article
entitled The Unreported Crisis in American Colleges,
describes the John's Committee investigation of morals at
the UF three years ago as an inquisition . headed by a
gubernatorial candidate.
He goes on to say, with the aid of lawyers, police,
detectives and paid informers, the committee dragged in
hundreds of witnesses, mostly students, to testify against
professors. These investigations made news then because
of complaints about tactics of the committee.
RECENTLY the Johns Committee made news again
as the result of an investigation which led to suspension of
a University of South Florida professor. The professor was
suspended, reinstated and finally resigned. He said he was
unwilling to suffer vilification and slander from a source
immune from prosecution. The professor had been informed
that attempts to prosecute Johns for libel would be useless
because of the immunity afforded him as head of a legis legislative
lative legislative committee.
HE COMPLAINED of the police state tactics of the
committee and their effect on faculty morale. He discussed
charges made against him recounting a newspaper article
which he considered a distortion of truth, misrepresenta misrepresentation
tion misrepresentation and slander.
THE TREMENDOUS power possessed by the Johns
Committee over careers and reputations of university pro professors
fessors professors can be harmful if misused. Many people claim that
it is being misused.
<> THE DANGER of committees like this one is that the
accused is afforded few of the constitutional safeguards
present in a law court. The burden of proof rests on the
accused instead of the accuser. A person charged with some
moral misdomeanor must prove his own innocence. Even
if a man can prove the falsity of the accusation, the mere
fact that his morals were investigated leaves an indelible
mark on his career and reputation. There will always be
suspicion.
RESULTS OF the Committees investigations at the UF
were negligible but damage to the morale and reputation
of the University itself was considerable.
CAPABLE PROFESSORS who are willing to accept
. the lower salaries offered by Florida universities are dis dissuaded
suaded dissuaded from teaching at a place where the academic cli climate
mate climate is one of suspicion, accusations and inordinate scru scrutiny.
tiny. scrutiny.
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morning class rush hour. The only stairway turns
into a crowded river of students. Let's look be behind
hind behind the building again at the fire escapes. Dan Dangerous,
gerous, Dangerous, wouldn't you say?
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By DAVID WEST f
Throughout the summer J d
so far this fall we have been B;
-ceiving letters from distrait
students who believe we havel
Ann Landers on our staff J
I have been elected to anslr
as many as possible after anJi anJier
er anJier 'Column on homosexuality Id
been given the red light, allg
with suggested columns on inct
masochism and sadism. f
So with apolo apologies
gies apologies to Ann and
Abby here goes:
DEAR AL ALLEY
LEY ALLEY : There is
a' fan who is
constantly walk- |
ing through our f
dorms saying he
(is a telephone
repair man. He
wears a fratern fraternity
ity fraternity pin and dates |
the girl across the hall. Does lie
telephone company give jobslto
students ?
PHONE TKOI BLID
DEAR TROUBLED: Inis
try is constantly aiding studels.
Dear Alley: I was a membeilof
the United Party. Now our lead leader
er leader said that we are defunct. lin
still going to meetings. My cJs cJscience
cience cJscience is bothering me. f
eximtld
DEAR EX-UNITED: It shclld
be! t
DEAR ALLEY: Why is it Jat
anyone connected with Studlnt
Government automatically ats
good seats at the football
games?
ENDZONE ANME
DEAR END: Yours is not Ito
question.
DEAR ALLEY: I was rusled
by six fraternities. I waited lor
a bid but to my amazement lid
not get one. Its been three welks
and today I received a bottle lof
deodorant from Sigma Poo, lls
this indicative of something? I
MIM
DEAR MUM: Yes.
DEAR ALLEY: I room th
three greasy politicians. Thy
are always walking around in
dazes. My father said that iw
students walk around in studi us
dazes. I believe they walk in dr m mken
ken mken stupors. I dbnt drink, sc
could you help me decide.
SOB CF
DEAR SOBER: Which pn b
lem first?

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n Florida Male
I Blasts Off
K Campus
EDITOR:
d a recent article by Jack Horan
appearing in last Tuesdays is isit
it isit sue and concerning the subject of
n student parties invites comment
and some correction. He states
II that all people like parties, there
i- is no doubt that there will be 100
d per cent agreement on this state state£
£ state£ ment. I for one will disagreewith
t. him and have at least five neigh neighbors
bors neighbors who will support my disa disagreement.
greement. disagreement.
I rent a downstairs apartment
off-campus. This year my family
and I have, on more than one
occasion, had to endure the rau raurus
rus raurus behavior of frustrated col college
lege college students letting off steam
in the manner so well described
in Ode To A Party. The per performances,
formances, performances, lasting until the early
hours of the morning, are certain certainly
ly certainly no joy to me.
DRUNKENNESS, stomping
feet, shouting, singing, banging
10 of door£ and full throttling of
0 high-powered sport cars are just
D a few of the exciting items on
the program. When the liquor runs
out these Florida gentlemen and
o{ ladies leave to stagger to an and
d and other rendezvous.
m IAM certain that disturbances
of a similar nature would not be
D permitted to take place on cam cam]d
]d cam]d pus during the gay parties Mr. Ho Horan
ran Horan may have in mind. If such
t is the case then those of us who
nt try to behave in the manner of
ts the traditional Florida student
j] can derive little encouragement
from such examples of so called
E enjoyment,
to
PARTIES do tend to satisfy
ed one mains basic needs, how howor
or howor > ever there are circumstances
when consideration for the other
ks fellow should override this form
0 f of selfishness which can only
Is bring the good name of the UF in into
to into disrepute.
M
PLAN THE party well before beforehand
hand beforehand and make sure it is held at
th a location where people who are
! y not involved in the function can
in remain undisturbed. Action such
iw as this would indeed be a good
us example of mans humanity to
in- man.
so
YOUR PUBLICATION of this
CR letter would perform a much need needb
b- needb ed public service.
ANTHONY F. WALSH, 2UC

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We're delighted with the response to our
news stories, editorial comment, columns,
and special features. We're glad to be able
to print so much student opinion and re reaction.
action. reaction.
But, the letters in this edition are too
long. In the future when letters to the

Fan Attacks Football Prognostigator
Favors Eastern Football Over SEC

MR. SOLOMON:
You are a very funny man.
After seeing your last weeks won wonlost
lost wonlost percentage I said to myself,
Well, everyones entitled to a few
mistakes. Then I read the fol following
lowing following brilliant quote from your
column, Eastern football is as
good as South Eastern Conference
ice hockey. I reached another
conclusion. You dont have the
slightest idea what youre talking
about.
What was Georgia Tech playing
in last yearss Gator Bowl game?
Did they leave their hockey sticks
home or did they mistake the
Commends
Past Policy
EDITOR:
I was dismayed to learn that the
State Theatre has come under
new ownership which pledges
more wholesome, family type
entertainment and definite ex exclusion
clusion exclusion of sex films.
Few movie houses could boast
a finer series of offerings than
the State presented last school
year. To name a few: La Dolce
Vita; L Aventurra; The
Mark, Black Orpheus, Sat Saturday
urday Saturday Night and Sunday Morn Morning;
ing; Morning; Through A Glass Dark ley
and The Entertainer.
MOST OF these films can be
credited with dramatizing the
complex interaction between man
and woman frankly, sometimes
shockingly, but always with con consummate
summate consummate artistic feeling.
The obvious implication from
the statements of the new own owner
er owner is that such films of classic sta stature,
ture, stature, but having sexual content,
are no longer to be expected lo locally.
cally. locally. The poetic LAventurra,
considered by many critics one
of the two or three best motion
pictures ever made, is a perfect
illustration.
ON THE other hand cultur cultural
al cultural foreign films are forthcoming.
It is my personal opinion that a
screen version of Shakespeare or
opera, is rarely as satisfying as
the playhouse of opera house pro production.
duction. production.
CORRESPO NDINGLt, the
cinema fulfills its maximum po potential
tential potential only with dramatic pieces
which are designed for and ex*
ploit the special means to expres expression
sion expression which it affords.
In this sense there is no solace
for me in the promise of cultur cultural
al cultural foreign films.
TO A tew handfuls of people
it is no small matter that the
State is to be purged of sex
shows since it truly was an oas oasis.
is. oasis. The former owner deserves a
belated tribute and my nomina nomination
tion nomination as the only one who could
rightfully -claim to have been a
promoter of great art for Ala Alachua.
chua. Alachua. J- B
Coed*-Energy-Committees
Put coeds in a residence hall,
add a dash of freshman energy.
The product: committees,. com com.
. com. mittees, and more committees.

Lett m to- the EdltotX

whole affair for a tiddly winks
tournament ? As Penn State was
blasting the Georgia Tech players
around like so many billiard balls.
I was hoping that some humane
soul would call the SPCA and
have it all stopped. The Tech,
players were out of shape all
right but they got that way dur during
ing during the game, not before it.
MR. SOLOMON, surely
youve heard of the Liberty
Bowl. Its played in Philadelphia
each year. Last year it was Mi Miafcni
afcni Miafcni attempting to play Syracuse.
The game was quite an experience
for me because its not often that
that one sees a hurricane blow
backwards. That game was the
worst physical slaughter since the
first PatJterson-Johannson fight.
The bigger, stronger Orange line
ripped a helpless Miami defense
to pieces. A defense which allowed
a back named Davis, to gain 108
yards i!n 30 minutes and fee con considered
sidered considered one of the ten top rushing
defenses in the nation. Syracuse
doesnt skate, they hit.
OH! I REALIZE Miami isnt a
SEC team but please look at their
last years record comprendrez!
WHY WAS it that Penn. State
was ranked anywhere from fourth
to sixth in the naifcfion In pre-sea pre-season
son pre-season polls? Maybe the sports wri writers
ters writers just made some mistake.
They are probably all wrong! On
the other hand, mayfee SEC ice
hockey is improving.
WHERE DID Jim Brown, Er Ernie
nie Ernie Davis, Roger Davis, Lenny
Moore and Milt Plupn come from?
They played college ball in the
East didnt they? These are the
finest running backs to come out
of college football in several dec decades.
ades. decades.
DONT MISUNDERSTAND me.
The SBC plays toetter overaill foot football
ball football than the East but the top
Eastern teams can hold their own
with any of SEC teams.
WHAT I object to, Mr? Solomon,
is the fact that you have con condemned
demned condemned football in a region for
ho other reason than because you
happened to pick a game wrong.
Isnt that too bad. You have no
facts to back up your statement.
Personal opinions dont count.
I LOVE your editorials. Theyre
a real riot but why not try some
facts. If you find facts too painful

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editor ore written, they must be 300 words
or less or one typewritten, double-spaced
page. If the letters we receive ore not the
prescribed length they wil hove to be edited
to 300 words.
Please keep writing.

I strongly suggest that you switch
to predicting SEC ice hockey
games. Ill bet youd get every
one right.
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Poet Creates
War Preview
EDITOR:
Os the Coming Cub a n War
Come! let us to war with music
of unmaking metal and breath,
sweat, teeth and tongue all
mixed in one very small bowl and
smashed to pulp, a little disor disorder
der disorder called deathless pain v than
love
Come! let us flight with paint
of destruction color the once beau beautiful
tiful beautiful with gravel, dust and blood
the color of death Tis no more
than yours and mine
Come all Ye! For Freedom! is
it different.to say "they died to
make men free" than "I died
that men be free?
MATTHEW S. MOORE
Skating Trophy
Finds
First Home

On the 15th of September, the
Delta Sigma Phi fraternity sent
three of their members on a sa safari
fari safari to the F.S.'U. campus to give
the girls of the Alpha Delta Pi so sorority
rority sorority a Master Skater trophy.
The trophy was presented in ap appreciation
preciation appreciation of services rendered
by the sorority after the Delta Sig Sigma
ma Sigma Phi skating pilgrimage to the
state capitol last year.
The sorority met the fraternity
after the long trek and, according
to Gordon Acker of the fraternity,
"Tried to sooth our wounds".
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Student Wives
Now Get
Identification
Student government leaders are
issuing identification cards to
wives of UF studentsthe first
time this service has been offer offered
ed offered here.
The card entitles wives to ad admission
mission admission to Florida Players per performances,
formances, performances, Lyceum Council at attractions,
tractions, attractions, Florida Union facilit facilities,
ies, facilities, Camp Wauberg and main li library
brary library use. In addition, the card
serves as check identification
with Gainesville merchants.
Handing out the cards are Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of Married Student Affairs
Raymond Goodwill, UF village
coipmissioners and personnel in
the student government office in
the third floor of the Florida Un Union.
ion. Union.
UF Personnel
Go To Institutes
Five members of the School
of Journalism and Communica Communications
tions Communications staff participated in two
communications institutes this
weekend.
Rae O. Weimer, director of the
school, and journalism professors
John Webb and Donald Grooms
participated in a northwest dis district
trict district meeting of the Florida Scho Scholastic
lastic Scholastic Press Association yester yesterday
day yesterday at Defuniak Springs.
Television director Dr. K. A.
Christiansen and WRUF Radio
Director Kenneth Small took part
in the annual fall meeting of the
Florida Association of Broadcas Broadcasters
ters Broadcasters Friday and Saturday.

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'Most Televised Girl'
Aiming For Degree

One for the book: The "most
televised girl in America" has
entered the UofF to study radio
and television.
After being televised more than
35,000 times, Bernadette Castro,
18-year-old commercial televi television
sion television "pro" has her heart set on
a college degree and becoming a
Gator Cheerleader.
SHE HAS been showing tele television
vision television audiences how easy it is
to open her fathers Castro Con Convertible
vertible Convertible sofas since she was four
years old. Bernadettes father is
furniture manufacturer Bern Bernard
ard Bernard Castro of Port Lauderdale.
Bernadette has become the Cas Castro
tro Castro Convertible trademark giirl.
Her image is imprinted on every
article manufactured by her fath father.
er. father.
PETITE BERNADETTE may
have proven the old adage that
"some of the best things come in
small packages." Besides keeping
up her high school grades, cutting

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records and selling sofas she man managed
aged managed to be president of four dif different
ferent different organizations, a four-year
varsity cheerleader, calendar girl
and Homecoming Queen.
LIKE MOST college freshmen,
Bernadette is uncertain of the di direction
rection direction her new training will take
her. And, she will have to match
her training with her already suc successful
cessful successful radio and television car career.
eer. career.
BERNADETTE HAS a natural naturally
ly naturally husky low-pitched voice dis displayed
played displayed to its best advantage when
she sings old torch songs. Her
new album, "Songs of Berna Bernadette,"
dette," Bernadette," will contain songs of this
type and will be released after
Christmas. Bernadette is the vo vocalist
calist vocalist for a four-piece band known
as the "Swinging Bears."
ASKED IF shes going to pur pursile
sile pursile her singing career while in
school she said, "Youve got to
draw a line between profession
and education and right now sing singing
ing singing is on the outside."

'No Shorts Ruling
Takes Long Step

UFs "Bermuda Rule," pass passed
ed passed by coeds last fall amid hot
debate and flaring female tem tempers,
pers, tempers, "seems to be working out
wonderfully," according to Lynn
Chaffee, Women Students Assoc Association
iation Association (WSA) president.
Dr. J. Wayne Reitz and Dean
of Women, Marna V. Brady, have
expressed pleasure with the new
ruling, in effect this trimester for
the first time.
n

IN WOMEN'S DORMS
Officers and Chairman Elected

Officers and committee chair chairmen
men chairmen of five womens residence
halls were elected this week:
SOUTHWEST BROWARD
Gail Stone, president; Char Charlotte
lotte Charlotte Herman, vice-president;
Carol Michaels, secretary; Mar Marilyn
ilyn Marilyn Lazzara, treasurer; Nancy
Scalco, social chairman; Bar Barbara
bara Barbara Dorio, program chairman;
Diane Littleton, intramurals chair chairman;
man; chairman; Mary Norman, newspaper
editor;
FAITH LANDMEHR, house
chairman; Myra Book; publicity
chairman; Dodie McKay and Ja Jaki
ki Jaki Stahl, WSA representatives;
Jerry Blackman, Jodie Rubel,
and Mary Beth Seay, Honor Coun Council.
cil. Council.
FLOOR REPRESENTATIVES
are Peggy Garity, ground; Le-
Anne Abramson, second; Sue
Sherman, third; and Sandy Dea Deakin,
kin, Deakin, fourth.
GROVE
Kathy Santi, president; Libby
Baker, vice president; Donna
Wells, secretary; Carolyn Jones,
treasurer; Libby Baker, pro program
gram program chairman; Pauline Blinco,
social chairman; Suzy Peters, in intramural
tramural intramural chairman; Jill Laurie
and Mary Frances Rigney, WSA
representatives.
E. J. PHIFER, Honor Council
chairman; Maureen Brady,
"Sparks" Williamson, Judy Va Vary,
ry, Vary, Barbara Demming, and Am Amelia
elia Amelia Williams, Honor Council.

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THEY SAY pnore formalized
manner of dress fits nicely with
the new emphasis on scholastic
achievement bom with the advent
of the trimester system.
What do the students say?
"I THINK the new rule is silly,"
said Stephen Wooden (4EG). "Stu "Students
dents "Students should be free to wear
whatever they choose within the
bounds of decency," he explained.
"E. J. PHIFER (2UC) said,
"I was opposed to the ruling last
year, but at the same time, I did
not like what I was seeing some
of the girls dress in.
"Now I think its a good idea,"
she continued, "especially since
we can wear what we please af after
ter after five oclock. The campus
looks better during classes."
TjHE RULE, in essence, states
th*u coeds may not wear bermu bermudas
das bermudas to classes or anywhere on
campus until 5 : 00 p. m., during
the fall and winter trimesters.
Bermudas are permitted diming
the suimmer trimester.
No mention of evening attire is
included. What a coed wears aft after
er after five is a matter of her own
discretion.
DAVID MOED (2UC) thinks

THE SECTION representatives
are Martha Lawton, first; Helen
Hancock, second; Helaine Sam Samuels,
uels, Samuels, third; Lucinda Smith,
fourth; Mary Roberts, fifth;
Clara Mae Von, sixth; Ramona
Baum, seventh; Andrea Roth,
eighth; and Janie Lietha, ninth
and tenth.
MALLORY HALL
Mary Ann (Milisap, presi president;
dent; president; Ellen Kimball, vice presi president;
dent; president; Linda Stoop, secretary;
Nan Norconk, treasurer; Pam
Beckman, social chairman;
Maureen King
Wins WSA Office
I feel like a little cog in a
huge machine, says Maureen
King (lUC), newly elected Fresh Freshman
man Freshman Representative to the Women
Students Association.
One of three who campaigned
for the office, Maureen, of North
Miami, plans a Political Science
major.
She enters the office of Fresh Freshman
man Freshman Representative with the pre previous
vious previous experience of four years on
her high school student council,
class council, and service club.
She also served as editor of the
school yearbook.
Why did she run for the office?
WSAs job is to make you feel
that this is home. I want to help
in this.

the ruling, a good idea.
BETTY JO BRENEMEN (2-
UC) agreed. When students are
going to class to study, they
should dress appropriately, and I
dont think burmudas are appro appropriate.
priate. appropriate. And that goes for boys,
too, she added.
SAM GREENLAW (IUC) had
other thoughts. Its sickening,
he says. It just isnt one of the
universals and students can study
better when they are comforta comfortable.
ble. comfortable. The last two weeks have been
too hot for comfort in class.
I think the boys will miss see seeing
ing seeing girls knees too, he chortled.
pick up copy here gator copy
burmuda rule

Joyce Boring, program chair chairman;
man; chairman; Mary Beth Booheir, intra intramurals
murals intramurals chairman; Charlene Mur Murphy,
phy, Murphy, Gatorette editor;
PAT MORGAN, historian; Stas Stasia
ia Stasia Kappa and Nancy Wells, WSA
representatives; Barbara Coff Coffron,
ron, Coffron, Kathleen Gaffney, Barbara
Mese, and Vicki Soper, honor
council.
THE FLOOR representatives
are Ann Jamieson, ground and
first; Ann Johnson, second; Jack Jackie
ie Jackie Wilder, third; and Peppi Mc-
Daniel, fourth.
YULEE HALL
Nancy Brennan, president;
Ginny Zehnder, vice-president;
Louise Riber, secretary ; Barbara
Wyse, treasurer; Kathy Crain,
social chairman; Marie Huggins,
program chairman; Harriet Webb!
intramurals chairman; Bonnie
Palyo, Yuleevemts editor;
LOUEEN HENDERSON, his historian;
torian; historian; Nikki Marno and Nancy
Nunnallee, WSA representatives;
Joyce Grassanan, Clarice Ivey,
Judy Nichols, and Sharon Reagi'n,
honor council.
THE FLOOR representatives
are Irene Hughes, ground; Carla
Demmick, first; Jackie Jordan,
second; -Linda Ivey, third; and
Peppi McDaniel, fourth.
REID HALL
NANCY NEWTON, president;
Barbara Schmidt,, vice-president;
Diane Falk, secretary; Terry
Goldberg, treasurer; Phoebe Deli Delias,
as, Delias, social chairman; Pat Devin,
program chairman; Rose High Hightower,
tower, Hightower, intramurals chairman;
Ann Carter, newspaper editor.
PAM MATHEWS, historian;
Anne Stockvis, librarian; Bar Barbara
bara Barbara Conrad, fire marshall; Jan
Gill, Susan Hughes, WSA rep representatives;
resentatives; representatives; Idelle Blem, Anita
Booher, Pat McMillan, and Judy
Wade, honor council.
HONOR COUNCIL alternates
are Judy Altman and Kris Blad Bladken.
ken. Bladken. Floor representatives are Ger Gerry
ry Gerry Dotson, ground and first; Lin Linda
da Linda Bell, second; Becky Welty,
third; and Mary Ellen Cox.
fourth.



Sorority Rush Phenomenon of Ice, Smiles and

NEW EXPERIENCES: Going
through rush on the INside.
Rush is a phenomenon like no
other.
IVE BEEN through it twice
no iw and I still dont see how it

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QUINN
Coed Life Editor
Sexy Statistics
There are 2.2 boys to every one girl on the UF campus
this year. According to the Registrars Office, as of Sep September
tember September 15, 9,699 men and 4,084 women were enrolled. With
900 fewer freshmen this fall, the boy-girl ratio is the same
as last year.

UF & FSU Sing Together

UP and Florida State Univer University
sity University (PSU) Mens Glee Clubs will
present a joint concert Nov. 16 at
the University Auditorium the
first time the two groups have
joined musical forces.
The concert wiii be the day be before
fore before the traditional Gator FSU
football game at Florida Field.
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can work.
When I was a freshman, I came
through each house at Ice Water
Teas (inane name) wondering at
the grace and ease of the girls
I met. They smiled and smiled
and smiled.
Where are you from? What

Scheduled for the November
concert are school songs, popular
folk tunes and spiritual music.
Other events scheduled by the
UF Glee Club during the fall tri trimester
mester trimester include:
1) Oct. 25-27 A central Flor Florida
ida Florida tour with appearances, at
Orlando, Bartow, and Taimpa.
2) Dec. 7 A concert at the
annual meeting of Latin Ameri American
can American educators and manufacturers,
the Caribbean Conference.
3) Dec. 9 Bachs Christmas
Oratorio, presented by the UF
Mens and Womens Glee Club and
the Choral Union.

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do you plan to major in? How
do you like Florida so far? Isn't
orientation awful?
BO YOU HAVE some ice
waiter!
And because I didnt want to
be rude, I answered the same
questions a dozen times and drank
exactly one dozen glasses of ice
water.
This year, on the inside, I
asked the same questions, ques questions
tions questions you just have to ask. But
I didnt insist on the ice water.
YOU HAVE to find out who a
girl is in order to remember her,
but theres no point in water-log water-logging
ging water-logging her.
After seeing rush from both an anglesv
glesv anglesv one can reach two general
conclusions:
The rushees coming through
have it pretty rough psychologi psychologically.
cally. psychologically. They dont know where they
stand. They dont have the con confidence
fidence confidence that comes from belong belonging,
ing, belonging, and they arent really sure
theyd like to belong.
THE SORORITY girls have it
rough too. The preparation that
goes into planning and decoration
for the parties takes time and ef effort.
fort. effort. Song-practice every day,
working out a rotation system,
setting up the house for one par party,
ty, party, smiling through the afternoon,
hash, and then tearing down the
decorations and setting up new
ones for the next day.
And yet for all the work, it
isnt a foolproof plan.
The sorority girls appear at
their best, their sweetest and most
congenial. Rarely does a rushee
have insight into the problems of
community living within the house.
SHE CAN'T know the majority
feeling on standards, policies, ac activities,
tivities, activities, and most important, sis sisterhood
terhood sisterhood and what it means to
that individual house.
At the same time, the girls with within
in within that house are in the same boat.
The girls they meet and talk
to briefly are also on their best
behavior, at their best appearance.
HOW FROM brief social conver conversation
sation conversation under these conditions can
she be expected to know this
girl?
She cant.
All she can do is guess and
hope when she marks her tally
that her impressions are just.
SRE CANT see this girl under
adverse conditions. She cant know
what her moral standards, per personal
sonal personal habits, and general philos philosophy
ophy philosophy are.
Yet, imperfect as the system is,
it somehow seems to work. Both
parties share an equal risk from

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every angle.
A new pledge can be disillus disillusioned
ioned disillusioned with her house, but the house
can be greatly disappointed with
a new pledge.
EACH CAN be unhappy.
By the some token, each hopes
that the other likes her. The rush rushee
ee rushee may pray she gets a bid. But
at the same time, the house that
wants her wonders if they were
her first preference.
Then its all over.
THE BIDS come out, the
pledges are welcomed and then
the most important phase of sor sorority
ority sorority life begins: pledgeship.
Here a pledge sees what the
sorority really is and each and
every girl in it. She must learn

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the history and standards of both
her fraternity and her chapter.
But at the same time the sis sisters
ters sisters learn.
J
DURING A pledge period, the
sisters must assimilate those who
had not before shared the same
experiences and emotions.
They must learn to work with
the new ones.
It is a challenge and an im important
portant important one. It the challenge is
accepted and fliet with sincerity,
the outcome is predestined.
IT IS predestined because. .
"There are two kinds of people
in the world:
Those we love
And those we dont know.
. . Will Rodgers

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sundag subtlety
"'He wasn't too pleased about
I ' Translations from the Professor
What He Says Translation T
Re *nnafraid Dr. Smiths section is filled. J** is i f ea l ou of Dr Smith s Popularity
We may have some trouble giving you Wl e students,
the section you want. The only section open is a 4:50
Let me see vour schedule card He suspects' you are lying about th
Nothin Class; l f but7.3os. If you bribe him you can get in hi
The supplementary reading is not re- 9:50 section. / / \-JVjj
quired. 75 P er of the final will be on tl
You might read this as a background supplementary reading. ffik}
for Mondays discussion, if you have time. Pop quiz on the book Monday. K. ?
If you had read the material you would Counts 80 per cent of final grade. j JL A
know the answer to that question. He doesnt know the answer to th;
Its a good paper generally, but there question. 0\
are a few details... Needs a complete rewrite. k \L[U
Unfortunately, not all of the books for Books for the course will cost $21.50. Ik ||||i£Bffl&] i )\y
this course are available in paperback. U / (11 /^]\
There is a rumor current that this is Five hours of study for every cla dm* #
a crip course. hour. V
I dont care much about grades, its You will get aD. V
what you learn that concerns me.
I dont give As. He doesnt give As.

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1. Solemn appeal
2. Hawaiian feast
3. Jack-in-the-pulpit
4. Dooms
5. Tells a story
6. Russian sea
7. Chart, usually of numerical
statistics
8. Steppers
9. Algerias capital
10. UF girls' .dorrn
11. Prepares leather
19. Suggested indirectly
23. Rows
24. Utter
25. Small shield
26. Moray or conger
28. Pale
30. Mans title
31. American Indian
32. English letter
35. Matured
38. Holiday always occuring on
Sunday
42. Bitter
44. Item of value
45. Gentle
46. Heed
47. Nerve network
49. Mata , lady spy
50. Female horse
51. Serpent-laden shield
52. Tidy

Ode to 0 Hand
Last night I held a little hand
So dainty and so need
I thought my heart would
surely burst
So wildly did it beat
No other hand e'er held so
tight
Could greater gladness bring
Than the one I held last night
It was
Four Aces and a King.
Jokes
Platonic love is like being in invited
vited invited down into the wine cellar
for a glass of ginger ale.
If Im studying when you come
back, wake me up.
Tact is making a blind date feel
at home when you wish she were.
He: Whats that gurgling
noise?
She: Thats me trying to swal swallow
low swallow your line.
Landlady, I have a complaint
to make. Last night in my room
I saw two rats fighting. So
what do you want for $35 a month,
bullfights?
Jack; "Why are blueberries
blue?
Don: I dont know.
Jack: To distinguish them
from elephants.
Darling, Am I the first man
you ever kissed?
Yes dear, all the rest were
from F.S. U.
A couple of men from Mars de descended
scended descended in a flying saucer and
emerged. They looked up at the
top of an apartment house and
saw a flock of Television anten antennas.
nas. antennas.
Hey, you kids, one hollered,
get down off that roof
Six New York doctors have
proved that five New York doc doctors
tors doctors were wrong.
Professor: You missed my
class yesterday, didnt you?
Student: Oh, no sire, not in the
least.

ACROSS
1. Old king of Norway
5. Rodent
8. City on the sea
12. Distinctive atmosphere sur surrounding
rounding surrounding a person
13. Long period of time
14. Scope
15. Tense
16. Chem, common course
17. Abels partner
18. On-campus registration site
(2 words.)
20. Finishes
21. Pose for a portrait
22. Body organ
24. Notice
27. Recent
29. One Daily Gator, for exam example
ple example
33. High card
34. Old Russian Rulers
36. Possessive pronoun
37. U. of F. girls dorm
39. Nothing
40. Things, in law
41. Ohio college town
43. U. of F. history courses
bldg.
45. Rocky peaks
48. Pawns, rooks, castles, etc.,
(2 wds.)
53. Assist, as in a crime
54. Fled
55. Wiseman
56. To measure
57. Anger
58. The silkworm
59. Looker (colloq.)
60. Accomplished
61. Progress or final

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YOU MUST BRING YOUR STUDENT I.D. CARD TO REGISTER
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EITHER IN THE MEN S DEPT. OR WOMENS READY TO WEAR
DEPT. DRAWING WILL BE 7:30 PM, SATURDAY, SEPT. 29.
YOU NEED NOT BE PRESENT TO WIN
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