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Vol 55 No.B University of Florida. Gainesville Thursday September 27, 1962
State 'Wheels' Set
UF Meet Saturday
By BEN GARRETT
Gator City Editor
State government bigwigs will
converge on the UF campus Satur Saturday
day Saturday for the first Legislative Ap Appreciation
preciation Appreciation Day here.
The activities have ben designed
to bring the UF and other state
universities in closer personal
contact with state government
officials, according to Alachua
County State Rep. Ralph Turling Turlington.
Topped by Gov. Farris Bryants
appearance, the State Cabinet, the
Board of Control and members of
'both houses of the Florida Legisla Legislature
ture Legislature will participate in the day daylong
long daylong program commencing at 8
Politicos To Talk Here
Cong. D. R. (Billy) Matthews,
D-Fla., will speak to more than
300 of Floridas agriculture lead leaders
ers leaders at a special centennial din dinner
ner dinner here Friday.
Matthews, U. S. representative
from the eighth congressional dis district,
trict, district, will speak in commenmora commenmoration
tion commenmoration of the 100th anniversary of
the land-grant collage system and
the U.S. Department of Agricul Agriculture.
According to Dr. D. R. Kinard,
who is representing Floridas
Land Grant College System as
co-chairman, the banquet will
emphasize the cooperation between
land-grant institutions and the De.
partment of Agriculture.
Willard M. Fifield, former pro provost
vost provost of the UF College of Agri Agriculture,
culture, Agriculture, will preside as master
of ceremonies at the banquet.
UF President J. Wayne Reitz
will make the introductions during
the evening. Dr. Marvin A. Brook Brooker,
er, Brooker, dean of the College of Agri Agriculture
culture Agriculture will give the invocation.
Among guests attending the
banquet will be State Treasurer
J. Edwin Larson, State Comptrol Comptroller,
ler, Comptroller, Ray E. Green, Superintendent
of Public Instruction, Thomas D.
Bailey, Executive Director of the
State Board of Control J. Broward
Culpepper and Board of Control
member, G. H. W. Schmidt.
Entertainment will be provided
by the UFs Singing Sweethearts
under the direction of Dr. Delbert
AN ESTIMATED 110 members
of the State Legislature are ex expected
pected expected to attend the activities,
Turlington said. More than 30
senators have already accepted in invitations,
vitations, invitations, as have about 90 mem members
bers members of the House of Representa Representatives,
More people than we expect expected
ed expected are accepting the invitations,
Turlington said. We are already
running short on rooms.
The Gainesville Chamber of
Commerce is providing courtesy
rooms for all out-of-town state
IN THE PAST government off officials
icials officials have been 1 invited to the
UF on activity-filled homecoming
John M. McCarty, noted Flor Florida
ida Florida political figure and ex-gube ex-gubenatorial
natorial ex-gubenatorial candidate, will speak to tonight
night tonight in the Florida Union audi auditorium
torium auditorium on Politics in Florida.
The speech; to be followed by
a reception, is .scheduled for 8 p.
McCarty is a member of the UF
1940 class, having received both
his A.B. and LL.B. degrees from
here. While at the UF, he was
active in both sports and poli politics,
tics, politics, serving as President of the
student body during his senior
McCARTY IS ACTIVE in the
Fort Pierce Junior Chamber of
Commerce, Fort Pierce Memorial
Hospital, Young Democats, Fort
Pierce Rotary Club and St. Lucie
County Bar Association. He has
served as municipal judge and
Circuit Judge, a post which he re resigned
signed resigned in 1960 to run for governor.
McCarty was instrumental in
the election of his brother, Daniel
McCarty, governor in 1953. Dan
McCarty served only nine months
and died in office.
In addition to an active political
career, John McCarty complied an
outstanding military record during
World War II as commander of
the 292nd Joint Assault Co. He saw
Guam, the Phillipines, Okinawa
AIX)NG WITH HIS private law
practice in Fort Pierce, McCarty
has interests in the citrus and
McCarty appeared on campus in
Spring 6l supporting the FUND
(Florida University Needs Dol Dollars
lars Dollars drive.
Tonight's program i a sponsored
by the Florida Union Forums
"We brought them here, showed
them a parade and a football
game, fed them dinner and they
left, Turlington said. This time
we want to show the UF as an
educational institution-an opportu opportunity
nity opportunity you just dont get during
This time a special effort is
being made to acquaint state off officials
icials officials with the campus and its
problems, Turlington said.
Included in activities are pre presentations
sentations presentations of UF growth, tours of
campus facilities, a 12:30 p.m.
luncheon m the Student Service
Center and a social hour and
buffet at 6:30 p.m. at thÂ£ Holiday
HEAD FOOTBALL. COACH Ray
Graves will speak to state officials
at the luncheon. Wives of state
dignitaries will be the guests of
Mrs. Reitz for a luncheon ap appetizer
petizer appetizer at the president's home.
A slide presentation of campus
development will be pesented by
Reitz. Presentations will also be
made in the fields of basic sci.
ences, engineering, nuclear sci sciences
ences sciences -and health sciences.
Dignitaries will also attend the
Florida Gators-Georgia Tech game
on Florida Field beginning at 2
p.m. as guests of the UF.
It is expected officials (will get
together to talk politics, but
there will be no important de decisions
cisions decisions coming from these caucu caucuses,
ses, caucuses, Turlington said.
Legislative appreciation days
have previously been held on the
Florida State University campus,
'but Saturday is .the first time
at the UF.
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
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Flag Waves Saturday
Ann Holmes,left, end Commissioner of School Traditions
Rachel Cohen show the new UF Flog which will be presented
to the student body during pre-gome ceremonies Saturday.
Miss Holmes is the flog designer.
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AFTERMATH OF A BLAZE
... An unidentified UF policeman examines the damage
caused by Tuesday morning's Law School Library blase. (See
story page four.)
By MARYANNE AWTREY
Gator Wire Editor
A stormy session highlighted
Tuesday night budget passing
proceedings of the Legist a t i v e
Lack of courtesy and misuse
of parliamentary procedure were
cited as the causes of the stormy
session by Student Body Vice Pre President
sident President Hugh McArthur.
McArthurs statement followed a
three hour special session of the
council to consider student organ organization
ization organization budgets, proposed don donstitutional
stitutional donstitutional revisions, pro posed
charters and other business.
The first procedural tie-up oc occurred
curred occurred when a report was submit submitted
ted submitted by a special committee ap appointed
pointed appointed last week to study a re request
quest request made by the Honor Court
for salaries for the attorney gen general,
eral, general, the chief defense counsel
and the clerk of
ACTION BOGGED DOWN tem temporarily
porarily temporarily when debate arose on
the floor of the council as to the
validity of the report In achiev achieving
ing achieving its purpose as directed by the
council last week.
A motion to grant the salaries
was defeated and the overall ques question
tion question of evaluating student govern government
ment government salaries was referred to the
Budget and Finance committee,
with the stipulation that the com committee
mittee committee report not later than or
earlier than the first meeting of
The second legislative hassle
arose during debate among Mc-
Arthur, Larry Overstreet, Frank
GMnn and Jon WiUtams over the
Student Government Service Or Organization
ganization Organization Chanter (6GSO).
THE COUNCIL WAS consider considering
ing considering a motion to include the Pre President
sident President of the Mens Presidents
Council on the Advisory Board
of the SGSO.
The addition was suggested by
Glinn on the grounds the office re represented
presented represented a large number of un undergraduate
dergraduate undergraduate men, who were not
otherwise represented by a mem member
ber member of the Advisory Board.
After 15 or 20 minutes of heated
debate, Overstreet moved to end
debate by calilng the previous
question, and the Council' passed
the motion to add the President
of the Mens Presidents Council
to the SGSO Advisory Board.
AT THIS POINT McArthur be began
gan began to speak again from the
Chair, at which time Parliamen Parliamentarian
tarian Parliamentarian Jim Graham ruled him out
McArthur continued to explain
his position and Graham storm stormed
ed stormed out. Later McArthur said, I
did not then intend to speak on the
previous motion but on the ques question
tion question of ethics, procedure and cour courtesv.
In other action the Council
passed the first reading of stu student
dent student organization budgets. They
will be read again next week. The
first reading of the proposed con constitutional
stitutional constitutional revisions dealing with
trimester operation, which will be
on the Oct. 4 ballot, 9 was also
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Religion -in life
By MARY ANNE WALKER
Gator Staff Writer
A new concept of Religion-In-
Life begins on the UF campus
Sunday with the arrival of Vien Viennese
nese Viennese psychiatrist, Dr. Victor
Theme for the years observance
will be Search For Meaning.
The topic of Dr. Frankls Monday
night address is Psychaitry and
Mans Search for Meaning.
Religion-In-Life formerly was
confined to a week during the
spring semester when a concentra concentration
tion concentration of activities took place.
BEGINNING WITH THIS tri trimester
mester trimester there will be Religion-In-
Life speakers on campus at differ different
ent different times throughout the year.
Two speakers will be at the UF
Four speakers will be here dur during
ing during the spring trimester and two
during the summer.
The second speaker for the fall
will be chairman of the Yale Uni University
versity University philosophy department, Dr.
John Smith. Smith will approach
Search For Meaning from the
philosophers vantage when he ar arrives
rives arrives on campus in November.
REASONS FOR THE change in
the Religion-In-Life program were
explained recently by Dr. Austin
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B. Creel, faculty adviser to the
executive committee for Religion-
In-Life. According to Creel the
change was caused to some
extent by the trimester.
Speakers are spread throughout
each trimester, which Creel said
would provide for continuing in inquiry.
Another reason for the change is
that some speakers, according to
Creel, are of such merit that
they need to be emphasized sing singularly.
ularly. singularly. What (they have to say
needs to be thought about and
Jewish Year to Begin Friday
The Jewish High Holy Day sea season
son season begins Friday evening with
Rosh Hashana services schedul scheduled
ed scheduled in Walker Auditorium at 7:30.
Rosh Hashana literally means
the head of the year and is com commonly
monly commonly known as the Jewish New
Year the anniversary of the
worlds creation, according to le legend.
UF Hillel Foundation will spon sponsor
sor sponsor services Saturday and Sunday
mornings at 9:30 in Walker Au Auditorium.
ditorium. Auditorium. Rabbi Aaron Kamerling
of Toronto ) Canada, will conduct
Rosh Hashana is the occasion
set aside for mans deeds to be re reviewed
analyzed in and of itself, Creel
ReJigDcxn-In-tLife activities are
under an executive committee,
which handles all of the duties
formerly handled by numerous
- separate committees. This is a
standing committee headed by
Mike Crews. Members of the
executive committee are Carven
Angel, Tish Bates, Vernon Swart Swartsel,
sel, Swartsel, Cathy Pierce, Lee Sharp and
Religion-In-Life was first insti instituted
tuted instituted as a part of UF activities
14 years ago.
viewed reviewed and for each mar. to be
judged by God. Mans actions are
weighed and his fate inscribed by
God in either the Book of Life or
in the Book of Death.
The rams horn or the shofar
is blown in the Temples on Rosh
Hashana to symbolize the Binding
of Isaac, the (implicit faith of
Abraham and also the beginning
IT IS TRADITIONAL for Jew Jewish
ish Jewish people to begin the feast with
something sweet, usually an ap apple
ple apple dipped in honey, as a symbol
of beginning the New Year sweet.
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UF Mops Up After Fire Strikes
Law School Building and Books
By CAROL BULLER
- Assistant City Editor
Emergency measures are under
way this week by UF law officials
to keep the library functioning
after a Tuesday n fire
caused heavy damage to the build building
ing building and books.
At least 500 books were destroy destroyed
ed destroyed in the blaze. An accurate esti estimation
mation estimation of all the damage which
may go as high as SIOO,OOO, will
take weeks, said Law Dean Frank
Law professor Richard B. Step Stephens
hens Stephens was named chairman of a
committee to survey damage and
study emergency measures neces necessary
sary necessary for quick recovery.
Classes have been rescheduled,
and there is doubling up of class-
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rooms in the law building to
provide study rooms for students
who normally use the reading
LIBRARIAN MRS. BETTY
TAYLOR has set up an emerg emergency
ency emergency check out area for reserve
books. Dean Maloney estimated
the destroyed books as worth
about $lO each.
The only reserve books saved
were those checked out on over overnight
night overnight reserve Maloney said. Ma Maloney
loney Maloney said emergency orders are
being sent to replace many lost
Many of the 6,000 books in the
reading room can be salvaged,
said Dean Maloney. Two bindery
companies have been on campus
to estimate the damage.
A crew of law students yesterday
took all books off the shelves and
spread them out to dry.
Literally tons of water was
poured on the floor upstairs.
MALONEY SAID he left the
building *at 11 p.m. Monday night
and saw nothing unusual. Fire
chief L. C. Nicholson estimated
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was admitted to Alachua
General Hospital following
Tuesday's Law School blaze.
He was still hospitalized
the fire had been burning about an
hour when firemen arrived shortly
The blaze, which Nicholson said
might have been started by a
cigarette butt left on a book or in
a wastepaper basket, injured two
firemen. One firefighter, Barton
Plemmons, was in satisfactory satisfactorycondition
condition satisfactorycondition at Alachua General Hos Hospital
pital Hospital yesterday.
Firemen found a box on the
charge-out counter in the reserve
room, where the fire started con containing
taining containing identification cards and
football tickets for the John Mar Marshall
shall Marshall Bar Association bloc at the
Georgia Tech this Saturday. After
examining the box, Dean Maloney
said many of the identification
cards were charred and damaged
The fire was confined to the
main reading room anu attic.
Most of the damage was done
to the roofing where the insulation
was still smoldernig late Tuesday
'Playboy Dance Set
For Saturday Night
A Playboy Dance will be held
in the Blue Room of the Student
Service Center Saturday from 8
to 12 p.m.
The dance, sponsored by the
Florida Union Dance Committee,
will admit couples free. Enter,
tainment will be provided by the
Playboy Dance Combo, along with
the Lonesome Travelers, who
will present folk songs during the
Dress is casual, according to
Larry Rosen, who is in charge
of the affair.
Leg Council Posts Up For Grabs
Students Go To Polls Next Thursday
Students will go the polls Thurs Thursday
day Thursday Oct. 4, to elect Legislative
Council members to represent 14
Candidates running under the
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eel itorial s
. the real score
Florida legislators will visit the University campus
Saturday for Legislative appreciation Day and for the
Florida-Georgia Tech game. In a scheduled program that
will precede the game, legislators will be informed of
and shown the existing conditions and needs of the Uni University.
versity. University. Unfortunately for the University, its needs must
compete for attention with the football game. We know
that seeing the Gators win is the legislators' only reason
THAT THESE legislators should enjoy the game, is
to be desired; but from the standpoint of those who are
students at the University now, and those who will be in
the future, it is infinitely more important that they car carry
ry carry away some conception of how the UFs appropriations
are being spent and what its needs will be in the future.
Before the advent of Legislative Appreciation Day,
legislators gathered on campus only during Homecom Homecoming;
ing; Homecoming; and the possibility of accomplishing any good for
the University was remote in the fiesta atmosphere of
FSU REALIZED the potential importance of this day
before the UF did, and used it profitably. The needs of
the University share top billing Saturday with the Geor Georgia
gia Georgia Tech game. This, however, is an improvement. At
least it doesnt share the roster with the miriad of events
that occur during Homecoming. We hope that eventually
it won't be necessary to use a football game as the draw drawing
ing drawing card to attract Florida legislators to the University
in order to be able to acquaint them with its needs.
THE REAL score of the Florida-Georgia Tech game
won't be known until the next session of the state legis legislature.
Looking up from dinner we saw new decorations on
the wall of the main cafeteria. At first we had a feeling of
warmth. Isn't that nice . Home Sweet Home signs.
BUT AS the steam cleared from our dinner plates, we
looked again to see the sign read Do Not Leave PLEASE
Books on the Tables. Translated to Please Do Not Leave
Books on the Tables it didnt sound any better. We sug suggest
gest suggest they alternate the signs with Love is Hate and Big
Brother Is Watching
Gator Grim bv Milt Bloch
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Loss Weakens Honor Faith
Last night, the 24th, I lost a little
faith in my fellow students.
I had a trench coat, worth $25,
stolen from the hooks placed out*
side the entrance to the Campus
When I came to UF three weeks
ago, we were told repeatedly of
the Honor System. I thought that
it was a wonderful and unique in institution.
stitution. institution. I even had a -mild argu argument
ment argument with a friend when he said
that perhaps most things not
chained down would ibe stolen. I
disagreed with him and replied
that the Honor System was a
great thing, that the students liv lived
ed lived 'by it.
I cant afford to spend another
May I remind Mr. Solomon that,
while Eastern football is not what
it once was, Penn. State rather
handily annihilated Georgia Tech
30-15 in the Gator Bowl last De December.
The score amassed by the Nit Nittany
tany Nittany Lions was the highest total
scored on Georgia Tech since the
early fifties (check SEC records).
The last team to score more than
25 points on Tech was Tennessee.
Not even mighty Alabama of
1961 was able to push across this
amount of points against the En Engineers.
It is not so much the derision
of Eastern football that rankles
this reader, rather it is the speci specific
fic specific derision of Penn- State Niiiany
Lawrence M. J. McGough,
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$25 on a coat.
I WOULD like to think that I
still own one and that it was taken
by mistake that it will be return returned.
ed. returned. There is a Lost and Found
To Life: An Epitaph
Out of the darkness of night
comes the bleakness of dawn and
drugery, that wonderul dawn
which knows no torment, anguish,
Every moment we search for
the inexorable answers of life:
What is my destination? Why am
I imbided with life as humiliating
and imbittered as this? Why such
greed and lust; such corpulence
and averice; such loneliness
and hollow meaning?
These, the unattainable and un unanswerable,
answerable, unanswerable, we; as animals of
greed and lust, search for with the
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Call-Hungry Coeds Starving
By BECKY QUINN
Coed Life Editor
Call hungry coeds, dateless
weekends, 'frantic switchboard
operators, irritated men: this is
the situation reported from Jen Jennings
nings Jennings halL
Why? Because 488 coeds live
in Jennings. The Jennings switch switchboard
board switchboard has only 11 lines.
Callers trying to get through to
the hall report constant busy sig signals
nals signals and frequent disconnections.
Boys have called and because
they cant get through right away
they get mad, says one of the
They dont understand. Girls
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By RONNIE SUE GOODMAN
Gator Staff Writer
Note: All fraternities and sorori sororities
ties sororities wishing to get information in
this column should bring their in information
formation information to the Alligator office
and put it in the envelope on the
bulletin board by noon each Tues Tuesday.
The ATOs begin the weekend with
a party Friday night. Before the
game Saturday they will have open
house and lunch. After the game
there will be dinner at the house,
followed by a party with a band.
DELTA UPSILON is planning to
have a buffet dinner after the game,
followed by a party with a band,
Friday afternoon the KAs are hav having
ing having a social with ZTA. That evening
they are planning a juke box party.
Saturday night they are planning a
post-game party with a band from
Kappa Sigs are having a record
party Friday night. Saturday after afternoon
noon afternoon they will all meet back at the
house for a post-game celebration.
That night theyll celebrate more
with Little Johnny Ace playing the
music for a big party.
THE PIKES are having a lunch
at the house before the game. After,
the game everyone will come back
to the house for a barbecue buffet
dinner and a beatnik party with a
Saturday night the Pi Kaps will
celebrate the game with a party at
the house. Music will be furnished by
Saturday night the Teps will have
a New Years party with J. B. Davis
and the Counts furnishing the music.
THiTTEKES are planning a barbe barbecued
cued barbecued spare-ribs dinner after the game
Saturday. Later that evening theyll
have a big dancing party featuring
Ginnie & Barbara
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who work the switchboard do the
best they can, but it is impossible
to handle all the calls especial especially
ly especially at night, she continued.
THE WHOLE BOARDS lit up
again! Can you hold for a few
Complaints are not only that
eleven lines are inadequate, but
that the switchboard is closed at
11 p.m. No calls can come in
after that time.
Womens Student Associ a t io n
Pres. Lynn Chaffee reported com complaints
plaints complaints to the WSA Council Mon Monday
day Monday night.
Apparently it is not just the
girls complaining, she said.
Some of the men brought it up
Hall Leaders Take Posts
After Rawlinas Vote
Recently elected hall officers
are now taking over their posts
in the womens residence halls.
Marsha Ayers, president; Linda
Todd, vice president; Sharon
Brown, secretary; Julie Klink,
treasurer; Stephanie Anton and
Bobbie Thorne, WSA representa representative.
Pat Higgins, intramural chair chairman;
man; chairman; Connie Burke, social chair chairman;
man; chairman; Debbie Douglass, program
chairman; Marsha Murzin and
Marilyn Cohen, newspaper co-edi co-editors.
Sue Hire, honor council chair chairman;
man; chairman; Lynn Baldwin, honor coun council
cil council member.
Floor representatives are Mar Marilyn
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WHAT CAN BE DONE?
Usual channels for increasing
phone facilities are through the
housing department, says Dean
of Women Marna V. Brady.
"Unfortunately, the telephone
company seems to take its time
in matters like this, she said.
The only immediate recourse
Jennings coeds have its voluntary
switchboard duty to keep the lines
open after 11 p.m.
Until the proper requests are
noticed, the Jennings situation ap apparently
parently apparently will remain unchanged.
ilyn Marilyn Kley. first; Elyse Karasow,
second; Frima Kallen, third.
Linda Spillman, president; Joan
Rubin, vice president; Lynn
Hodges, secretary; Fae Ward,
treasurer; Betsy Rumps, social
chairman; Gayle Ayers, pro program
gram program chairman; Kay Abbott, in intramurals
tramurals intramurals chairman; Mary Mar Martin,
tin, Martin, news paper editor.
Alice Haines and Carolyn Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, WSA representatives; Floor
representatives; Vicki Weithom,
garden floor; Sue Tinklepaugh,
ground floor, Philis Adler, first;
June Hallmeyer, second; Pam
Honor Council members are Dale
Handshu, Jo Ann Notaris, Georgi Georgianne
anne Georgianne Baur and Sandy Lee.
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First Lady Enjoys Bernstein
HOLLYWOOD UPI With
Leonard Bemstien conducting and
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Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy in tne
audience, CBS Sunday night pre presented
sented presented a line two-hour /telecast of
the historic opening of the Lin Lincoln
coln Lincoln Center for the Performing
Arts in New York.
The music by Bernstein, the
New York Philharmonic and the
countless singers was an enrich enriching
ing enriching experience; and Mrs. Kenne Kennedys
dys Kennedys attendance lent the proper
added stature to the national
event. But regrefcbalbly, the leng lengthy
thy lengthy intermission and the minutes
between the compositions were
rather teidus and flat.
This was not the fault of Ali Alistair
stair Alistair Cooke, televisions finest
host. It was the fault of those
who chose to fill much of the
time with deadly dull and stand standard
ard standard remarks by personages such
as New York Mayor Robert Wag Wagner
ner Wagner rather than, say, a concise
pictorial hi'story for the center for
It was also the fault of annoy annoyingly
ingly annoyingly long commercials.
Merely having famous people
about is no assurance of success,
as was unfortunately demonstrat demonstrated
ed demonstrated in an ill-fated video attempt
to pick up an intermission con conversation
versation conversation .between Mrs. Kennedy
and Bernstein. The conductor had
greeted the First Lady with a
kiss on the cheek, and he was
heard clearly as he started to
chat. But, either because she
spoke in extremely low voice or
because of technical difficulties,
Mrs. Kennedy was virtually inau inaudible
dible inaudible as she talked to those about
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.. Dedicates the scholarship and leadership plaque
which now graces the entrance to McCarty Hall. Alpha
Zeta is the Honorary Agriculture fraternity and has work worked
ed worked toward this unveiling for many months. Original plans
called for a monument to be erected, but UF regulations
put a snag in the works. Picture above is John Linn,
Chancellor of the Florida Chapter of Alpha Zeta.
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IN THE DARK
D>**IIAIIDD I I < I I > D t I <
justly say about The Young
The story involves (strangely
enough) a group of Young doc doctors!
Theres a good guy (who start started
ed started the Ben Casey image) played
by Ben Gazzara. The victim (poor
child) Dick Clark and his swell swelling
ing swelling wife, another victim Ina Balin
who suffers from a pain-in-the-leg,
and finally the semi villian,
The actions involves dissecting
humans and amputating legs, all
the things .that make dinner by
candlelight such a pleasure.
THE ACTING IS DIDACTIC,
the melodrama overdone and the
story is nonconsequential if you
dont see it you dont feel like
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Look out here comes!
youve missed something.
However, to make sure you ne never
ver never go to a movie again, The
State has added some wood to the
fire by presenting a doubly
mediocre feature, nantely Susan
This marshmallow romance
about a goodenuff gal and her not
so goodenuff insights lead one to
believe that it was a 90 minute
flick filmed in 12 minutes.
The starts are Troy Donahue
(who is known to be the worst
ac-tor in Hollywood, including
Domino) and Connie Stevens,
such notables as Fabian and Fats
(who should stick to television
since she is slowly but surely de developing
veloping developing the Debbie Trite image)
THE COMBINATION OF these
movies and about 3V 2 hours of
viewing leads one to this conclus conclusion:
ion: conclusion: It shouldnt happen to a
If you have nothing better to
do, and youve ceased to enjoy
biting your nails read a good
but miss these losers.
This show is on for three days,
today through Saturday.
Bairs' NiCHr OuT
plus Paul Newman
"Sweet Bird of Youth"
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University Study Begins
The State Board of Control has
initiated a privately financed stu study
dy study to determine the states needs
in higher education, With special
emphasis on the feasibility of a
state leased private university.
Gov. Farris Bryant listed in a
news conference recently the four
main areas the study would con consider
sider consider as need, cost, location and
mechanics of construction.
The study will cost near SIOO,-
000 and will be conducted by
numerous educational experts co coordinated
ordinated coordinated by a leader yet to be
chosen, Bryant said. Target date
for presentation to the 1963 legis legislative
lative legislative session would be late spiring.
REASON FOR THE private fi financing,
nancing, financing, according to Bryant, is
that no state funds are available
for the study and there is no time
Federal Government Career
Days Oct. 3 and 4 will feature
exhibits from various government
agencies and Career opportunities
in the banquet room of the Student
Designed to acquaint college
students with the federal govern government
ment government employment opportunities,
representatives from more than
20 federal agencies will outline
Students, faculty and the public
.are invited to participate and
question the representatives, ac according
cording according to Maurice Mayberry,
director of the UF Placement
SG Credit Course
A three-hour-credit course for
Student Government and other
campus leaders may be offered
The course would emphasize po political
litical political and administrative ethics,
procedure and governmental mor morality.
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to wait fpr legislative appropria appropriations.
I dont think we can afford
to quibble with a man at this
particular time over a few hundred
dollars at the cost of getting some someone
one someone less than the best to make
this study, Bryant said in defend defending
ing defending the studys cost.
. the action that we take
in the field of higher education
will determine the degree of ad advancement
vancement advancement of Florida in the next
two-score years. Bryant said.
'Bryant said he also has receiv received
ed received same protest from the Hills Hillsbo
bo Hillsbo rough County delegation that
Arabian Club Makes Aid Plea
For Iranian 'Quake Victims
Arabian Club members are ap appealing
pealing appealing to students, faculty and
Gainesville residents this week in
a drive to aid earthquake vic victims
tims victims in Iran.
All relief items, especially mo money
ney money and clothing, will be sent
overseas through the Organiza Organization
tion Organization of Arab Students in New
They want money, clothing,
everything, Club President Hani
The club has mapped out plans
for the drive including publicity on
local radio stations and through
the local newspaper. A special ap appeal
peal appeal will be made to organiza organizaprivate
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Overlooking Lake Newnan
private organizaprivate funds would result in a
Well, it taint going to tiant
it, because the people who are
doing the study dont know where
the money is coming from, Bry Bryant
ant Bryant said.
Bryapt reported last week he
had a flat, catagorical promise
from a company to build a uni university
versity university and lease it to the state to
be operated as a state university.
He refused to pinpoint the loca location
tion location of the proposed university or
to confirm the rumored SIOO mil million
lion million to S2OO million cost of con construction.
scions, fraternities and sororities.
THE DRIVE, concurrently spon sponsored
sored sponsored by similar clubs throughout
the nation, is aimed at helping
Iranian families whose losses
were great in the earthquake last
month. About 20,000 Iranians were
Arabian Club members first
met on the UF campus in 1959
and now have 40 members, includ including
ing including 35 Arabs.
In the past the club had held
drives to aid Palestinian and Al Algerian
gerian Algerian refugees.
The drive will continue through
Contributions may be mailed to
P.O. Box 2076, University Station.
Thursday September 27, 1962 The Florida Alligator
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The Gator Sailing Club will meet
Monday night ait 7:30 in room 224
of the Florida gym to elect of officers
ficers officers for the coming year. Fol Following
lowing Following the meeting instructions
will be given to beginners as well
as advanced sailors.
All activities in the club are
open to students and faculty of
the University, except in the inter intercollegiate
collegiate intercollegiate competition, where only
undergraduates are allowed to
In the Dinghy Championship.
Teams for the intercollegiate com competition
petition competition will be made up of those
skippers who show the best rac racing
ing racing records in the club.
Hie* Intra-Club racing season Is
set to begin next weekend, with
final plans set to be completed
at the next meeting. The races
will be held at Lake Wauburg
only on weekends, with the first
race being only a tuneup match.
Races will be run for any class classes
es classes which have two or more boats
entered. Presently the most
likely classes are the penguins
At the last club meeting, Dr.
Richard Weaver presented the
club with the Admiral Albert Tro Trophy,
phy, Trophy, which is to be presented to
the skipper in the club who com compiles
piles compiles the best racing record at the
end of each trimester. The trophy
will be perpetual and will be kept
for the following semester by the
male or female skipper who wins.
Anyone interested in joining the
club is urged to attend the meet meeting,
ing, meeting, or call Roger Straub at 2-9405.
323 NW 6th ph 376-2558
east side of ACL depot
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By JARED LEBOW
Gator Sports Editor
The third week of our competi competition
tion competition finds me pulling away fast
from George. I was going to say
some funny things about Georges
ability as a prognostigator, but he
is having enough trouble with
Eastern football fans.
Many people have aked me how
I compliled such a remarkable
average in predicting the outcome
of games. I tell them -the truth,
This is the week of the big one.
According to Graves, the Gators
have a big surprise in store for
Tech. I dont know what it is, but
I have noticed that Plants and
Grounds has been constructing a
collapsible floor and an Alligator
pit under the visitors dressing
This weeks picks:
FLORIDA 21, GEORGIA TECH
7 ... If .the Gators dont Wreck
Tech several of my friends will
be bankrupt for the next few
weeks. Florida wants to win this
one ibadly, after last years 20-0
humiliation in Atlanta.
MIAMI 24, TCU 14...1n this cor corner,
ner, corner, weighing 230 pounds and
standing 6 feet 7 inches, Sonny
Gibbs. And in this comer weigh weighing
ing weighing 175 pounds, the six foot Key
West marvel, George Mira. Light Lightweight
weight Lightweight favored in this one.
ARMY 21, SYRACUSE 13 .
Armys not that good, but they are
coached by a former SEC coach,
and any team led by a man from
the SEC can beat an Eastern
team. See George, I stuck up for
AUBURN 14, TENNESSEE 13
...War Eagles to start off their
season with an upset.
LSU 28, RICE 7...Just think LSU
was worried about their chances
this year when Dietzel moved to
OKLAHOMA 21, NOTRE
DAME 20...500ner or later the
Okies will bounce back into nat national
ional national prominence.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 20,
SMU 7...The Trojans may be the
class of the West this year.
WASHINGTON 27, ILLINOIS 7
...The Ulini, hurt by the loss of
K. B. Meurlott, are in for a long
OHIO STATE 35, NORTH CARO CAROLINA
LINA CAROLINA 7...This game is a joke.
George picked it so he could get
at least one right this week.
DUKE 20, SOUTH CAROLINA
14 . The over-rated Blue Devils
bounce back from last weeks loss
to Southern Cal.
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By GEORGE SOLOMON
I cant figure out who was cut
up worst -this past weekend .
the Mississippi State line or my myself.
self. myself. The Gators did the job on
State and Jim Johnston, 3AS,'
worked this writer over in Sun Sundays
days Sundays Letters to the Editor
Johnston did not care for my
making fun of Eastern football
last week and wrote quite a let letter
ter letter backing up his feelings. How However,
ever, However, three Southeastern Confer Conference
ence Conference teams last year Alabama,
LSU and Mississippi were all
rated higher than any Eastern
school, including Penn. State.
Enough of last weeks issues
. The Gators have a real battle
on their hands this week when
they host Georgia Tech here.
Crowd support means much in
this league and the Floriea Field
advantage should help the Gators.
A victory over Tech would shoot
the Gators right up into the thick
of the national rankings. This is
the BIG ONE for Florida in 1962.
FLORIDA 20, GEORGIA TECH
14 . Florida has a better over overall
all overall football team than Georgia
Tech. Watch Gator left guard Lar Larry
ry Larry Travis against Tech All-Ameri All-America
ca All-America Dave Watson, as Travis will
give Watson all he can handle.
Last week, Travis blocked a State
lineman so hard, the fellow
thought he was a stadium usher,
45 rows up in the stands.
MIAMI 21, TCU 7 . Miamis
Mira is a better QB than TCUs
Gibbs . Mira is a better QB
than Baltimores Unitas .. .Mira
is a better QB than New Yorks
Tittle . Mira is a better QB
than Detroits Plum . Mira
pays off sports writers.
SYRACUSE 14, ARMY 7 ... I
picked Syracuse over Oklahoma
last week, and Syracuse lost. But
after Johnstons letter, Id better
stick with the Kings of the East.
TENNESSEE IS AUBURN 7
. . War Eagles are off this year,
and Tennessees single wing is
tough to handle.
LSU 21, RICE 7 . Its not
easy beating LSU dn Baton Rouge.
They let a live Tiger walk around
near the LSU goal, and opponents
tend to stay away from that area.
OKLAHOMA 17, NOTRE DAME
13 . Tough battle all the way.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 14,
SMU 6 . USC sharp in knock knocking
ing knocking off Duke last week.
WASHINGTON 21, ILLINOIS 7
. . Huskies have quick backs.
OHIO STATE 34, NORTH CAR CAROLINA
OLINA CAROLINA 0 . The Big Ten Ma Machine.
DUKE 21, SOUTH CAROLINA
7 . Blue Devils to bounce back.
Gators Are Ready
To Wreck Tech
By ROBERT GREEN
Assistant Sports Editor
The Gator football team faces
its first crucial test of the 1962
season when it clashes with the
mighty Georgia Tech Yellow Jack Jackets
ets Jackets at 2 p.m. in Florida Field
The game will match Coach
Bobby Dodds unbeaten team
against the also undefeated
Gators of his former assistant
Coach, Ray Graves, and Dodds
own son quarterback Bobby
Tech has been ranked in the
top twenty of the nation in pre preseason
season preseason polls and lived up to its
rank with a solid non-conference
win over Clemson last Saturday,
26-9. This makes a win a must for
the Gators if they hope to gain
loss for either team would
probably knock the loser out of
contention for the Southeastern
conference title since the league
winner almost always has a per perfect
fect perfect league record.
Tech will probably rely on the
arm of junior quarterback Billy
Lothridge. Lothridge threw three
touchdown passes in last Satur Saturdays
days Saturdays win and, in all, completed
FLORIDA VRS. GEORGIA TECH
WHEN: September 29, 1962, 2:00 F.M.
WHERE: Florida Field, Gainesville, Florida
1961 RECORD: Won 7, Lost 3 (Ployed in Gator Bowl)
OFFENSE: Slot t, Winged T, Cheat Sets
DEFENSE: Oklahoma Defense with Variations
BEST BACKS: Joe Auer, LH, Mike McNamej, FB, Stan
Gann, QB, Billy Lotheridge, QB
BEST LINEMEN: Dave Watson, G, Rufus Gutherie, G, Billy
THREAT: Rock ribbed defense excellent running and
"Georgia Tech is one of the four pre-season selections
to finish on top of the SEC. Undoubtedly, they will prove
to be one of the most powerful teams on our schedule. Tech
will field a mountainous line (222 lbs. per man) which
Coach Dodd says will stand up to any line in the country.
Tech's defense (94) yards per gome on the ground in 1961)
is an enlightening factor for our offense to consider. Watson
and Guthrie, two of the notion's finest guard tendems anchor
this splendid Tech defense."
"Offensively, with veteran quarterbacks, Gannand Loth Lotheridge,
eridge, Lotheridge, on the firing line and big Billy Martin, End (234
lbs.) and end Ted Davis (224 lbs.) on the receiving end,
Tech's aerial gome will be very outstanding. Joe Auer, pile
driving HB end Mike McNomes, FB, ore storting hocks,
capable of breaking up any gome at any time."
"This Georgia Tech team is o powerful one with balance
end poise. This game will undoubtedly he o greet one."
UF Soccer Club
Plays Ft. Stuart
The Florida Soccer Club opens
its 1962 season Saturday morning
at ten oclock when it faces the
Ft. Stuart, Georgia, Army club
at Fleming Field, just west of the
Florida Coach Allan Moore,
who directed last years team to
an unblemished 12-0 season re record,
cord, record, has most of the players
back from that spectacular club,
and is not hesitant i
another undefeated season.
The boys want to go unde undefeated
feated undefeated this year, and I see no
reason why we cant, Moore
According to Coach Moore, the
Ft. Stuart team is a good one,
possessing many players whom he
describes as International.
These men are those enlisted in
the service from foreign countries,
many thereby hoping to gain their
United States citizenship. The UF
Soccer Club also has many inter international
national international students on its roster.
Since in many countries soccer
is the big sport, these men are
good, Moore commented. They
should give us a good game.
seven out of 10 passes for 128
The Gators showed a definite
weakness in pass defense in last
week s 19-9 win over Mississippi
State as the Maroons made 10
of eleven passes so the Gators
should have areal problem against
Lothridge or alternate qufmteir qufmteirback
back qufmteirback Stann Gann.
Running will be mainly by full fullback
back fullback Mick McNames, halfbacks
Zollie Sircy and Joe Auer of
Coral Gables a.nd the two quarter quarterbacks.
Tech doesn't have as much
depth Ijn the backfield as the
ITFl T F hut does possess a pair of
fleet sophomore halfbacks in
Jeff Davis and Tom Jackson.
The Jackets line is also some somewhat
what somewhat shallow but first teem tackle
Larry Stallings and guards Dave
Watson and Rufus Guthrie are as
good as any in the land. Watson
is ape-season All-American pick.
To combat Lechs fine first
team, the Gators will go again with
their th.ree team system which
worked well in the opening game.
However, Coach Graves will still
probably mix the units up as the
one or two men from another
The Gators got by without ser-
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everyone should be ready. Bobby
Dodd, who only came m for ball
holding duties on place kicks,
should be able to play full speed
as quarterback of the Sidewinders,
the UF defensive team.
This will be Dodds last game
against his father and the score
stands one each with the Gators
winning in 1960, 18-17, and Tech
smashing to a 20-0 win in Atlanta
Graves will be counting on the
continued fine play of his sopho sophomores
mores sophomores including Bill Richbourg
and Larry Dupree, both of whom
played outstanding ball on Satur Saturday
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Defensive Half Ron Stoner
Sets Sights On Fine Season
By JOHN WALLICK
Gator Sports Writer
Going into his second year of
Gator football at the half back
spot this season is Ronald Stoner,
a 5-10, 180 pound senior from
The jovial Buckeye is the pos possessor
sessor possessor of superior talent which
first became evident in his high
school days at Troy.
At Troy he had the privilege of
having as backfield buddies Bry Bryan
an Bryan Houck and Bob Ferguson, both
of whom went on to stardom at
Ohio State. During the three
years Ron played halfback there,
his team went undefeated with the
fantastic average score per game
an astounding 45!
Upon graduation the Air Force
Academy was quick to spirit Ron
away to their rendezvous in Colo Colorado.
rado. Colorado. Not being one to kick, he
made the best of the situation as
he went on to lead the 59 Fal Falcons
cons Falcons in average yards per carry.
Then, just as he was settling
down to some serious work, the
Academy upped the service term
another year. A little peturbed,
Stoner decided it was time to find
another school. So he rambled
back to Ohio to play his sopho sophomore
more sophomore season at Bowling Green.
Good talent is like a phosphores phosphorescent
cent phosphorescent elephant, you cant hide it,
And the Gator scouts arent exact exactly
ly exactly blind. Therefore it was not very
long before Ron was riding the
scholarship train to Gainesville
and the University of Florida.
Once more he showed the stuff
stars are made of. Running of offensively
fensively offensively from the halfback spot,
Stoner soon compiled a scintillat-
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ing record, including the recept reception
ion reception of a touchdown pass against
Georgia. Review of his record will
show he was no slouch on de defense
fense defense that year as he played a to total
tal total of 205 minutes.
When asked what he thought
made him such an effective run runner,
ner, runner, Ron smiled sheepishly and re replied,
1 really dont know. Running
becomes a matter of survival in.
stincts when youre out on the
field. The only time you have to
think is in the huddle, but I try
to avoid that so I wont become
nervous. I enjoy the game and
that is what helps me most of
Ron .said that after graduation he
would like to go to graduate
school to further his major in in industrial
dustrial industrial management.
Though preferring offense, Ston Stoner
er Stoner will probably spend most of
his time on defense, and promises
to put forth another fine season.
UF students are invited to par participate
ticipate participate in the All Campus Billiards
Tournament to be held again this
fall in the Game Room of Florida
Sign up in Room 315 of Florida
Union by 5 p.m., October 9. The
tournament begins on that date.
A chart of opposing players
for the first round elimination
will he posted on the bulletin
board in the Game Room and
challenging players muy decide
between themselves the day and
time they will meet.
First round deadline will be 7
p.m., Wednesday, October 10. Suc Succeeding
ceeding Succeeding playoffs will be October
11. Anyone .who has not played
by the deadline will be automa automatically
tically automatically disqualified.
Winning scores for the first
round playing will be:
Pocket billiards 5O points
3 Cushion Billiards 25 points
Straight Rail Billiards 5O
Snooker Billiards Best 2 of 3
Winners in this billiards tourna tournament
ment tournament will be eligible to partici participate
pate participate in .the Inter-Collegiate Billi Billiards
ards Billiards Tournament to be held early
in the second trimester.
Winners of the Inter Collegiate
Tournament will be eligible to go
to the play-off to be held in other
districts or regions.
Winners names will be engrav engraved
ed engraved on the plaque located on the
wall in the Game Room.
A pre-Georgia Tech game pep
rally and bonfire are scheduled
Friday at 7:30 p.m. Friday in
front of the University Auditor Auditorium.
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Students are Invited to the
rally at which head football
coach Ray Graves will speak,
and the cheerleaders and band