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'We Find the Defenda

By DAVID WEST
Gator Managing Editor
The jury stood up when the
chancellor walked in.
Have you reached a verdict?"
Yes we have your honor."
Will the defendant please rise
and face the jury."
An attractive coed rose. /
What is your verdict?"
We find the defendant not guil guilty
ty guilty so say we all."
The coed remained standing as
the defense and prosecution at attorneys
torneys attorneys met briefly in the center
of the court. She was still stand standing
ing standing as she removed her glasses
and received congratulations.
This scene was the climax of
over eight hours of testimony in
an Honor Court trial Sunday. This
also climaxed over forty hourg of
trial preparations.
It began when the defendant
was notified that she had been re reported
ported reported cheating on the C-42 final
examination, last spring.
Throughout the summer and
during the beginning of the tri trimester,
mester, trimester, the coed waited for her
case to come to trial.
The trial began Sunday at 1
p.m. with the selection of the
jury.
Several were excused, some by
the preference and others due to
their interest in the outcome of
the case.
- By 2 p.m. the jury was selected

The Florida
Alligator

No Students Hurt

By ALAN HASTINGS
Gator Staff Writer
After we lost to Duke, nothing
seemed to go right.
The train, Atlantic Coast Line s
West Coast Champion, Number
191, left Jacksonville Terminal
about thirty minutes late, and oth other
er other than that, everything seemed
normal.
ABOUT AN HOUB later, return returning
ing returning to my car, I paused en route
between the cars, on the observa observation
tion observation platform to watch the scen scenery
ery scenery slide past and have a little
fresh air. Standing there I no noticed
ticed noticed that we struck a rough sec section
tion section of track. Suddenly* the car
started bucking like a wounded

Red Speakers Not Welcome Reitz
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By BEN GARRETT
Gator City Editor
A plea from the Communist Party to be
heard on the UF campus received a cold
reception from officials this week.
I would be opposed to active members
of the Communist Party speaking on cam campus/
pus/ campus/ UF President J. Wayne Reitz said.
He did not elaborate.
REITZ STATEMENT came in response
to a letter received by the Alligator in
which the Communist Party asked to visit
the UF for lectures and debates.
Students in their search for knowledge
apparently are not satisfied to learn about
Communism from anti-Communists, Ar Arnold
nold Arnold Johnson, director of the Communist
Lecture and Information Bureau in New
York, said.

and sitting in the court room lo located
cated located on the third floor of the
Florida Union.
The Student Body began its case.
A male student was sworn in
and testified that he was seated seatedwhen
when seatedwhen the defendant came and
sat by him.
He testified that he did not no notice
tice notice any cheating going on during
the test.
The next witness testified that
she had seen the defendant com compare
pare compare answers with the previous
witness. She testified that she ex expected
pected expected the defendant to cheat due
to the studying time the defen defendant
dant defendant had put in, and had decided
to sit behind her. Just to try to
scare her from cheating."
The next witness, who had re reported
ported reported the violation June Ist, tes testified
tified testified that she did not want to be
the one to turn her in. I had
seen her comparing answers with
the man in "the next seat I told
her to turn herself in. She would wouldnt,
nt, wouldnt, so I did," she said.
The next witness was an Honor
Court justice who had run the
incorrect answer correlation. He
testified that the correlation was

Personal Tale of Wreck

bronco, and sand and sparks were
shooting past the open door while
I just clung to anything that was
handy.
The car lurched over at a crazy
angle and finally came to a stop.
I recovered my balance and look looked
ed looked around. The next car was tilted
in the opposite direction and there
was hardJy space to squeeze
through the once spacious pas passageway.
sageway. passageway. Bending out of the door
and looking down the side of the
train, to me the cars looked like
the pleats in an accordian.
TIES FROM the roadbed were
splintered and huge sections of
track were bent U-shaped and
hurled off into the ditch.

COMMUNIST PARTY, U.S. A.
Lecture & Information Bureau, jj wist 2Mi strut new york n n. Y. mu. ssrss
TO EDITORS OF COLLEGE PAPERS:
TO STUDENT COUNCILS:
Dear Sirs or Madams:
May we request you to invite representatives of the Communist Party to speak at
forums of the student body of your school In the 1962-1963 college year, either In
the form of lectures, by participation in symposia, or In isbatss?
>
During the pest yeer Communist spokesmen addressed more then thirty colleges and
universities which wsre attended by approximately 75,000 students and townspeople.
The colleges end universities Included among others: Harvard Law School, University
of Chicago; frown University, Columbia University. University of Oregon, Western
Reserve, University of Wisconsin, Swarthmore, New York University, University of
Pennsylvania, Washington University, Stamford, University of Minnesota, Reed
College, Colby College, Brandels University, City College of New York, Hamilton
College, Hunter College, Temple University, Upsule, Sewdoln. end many others.
It is clear from this that the students wish to hear the Communist viewpoint from
bona fide spokesmen. Students In their search lor knowledge apparently ere not
satisfied to learn about communism from anti-Communlsts. They desire a lair
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low but that correlations do not
always show cheating.
This concluded the Student
Bodys presentation.
It was now five p.m.
The defense began its case.
Its key witness, a mathematics
professor began telling of the de defendants
fendants defendants record in class. He cast
doubt on the.idea, which was pre presented
sented presented earlier, that the defendant
had cheated during class tests.
She was one of my better pu pupils,
pils, pupils, there was no reason for her
to cheat on the final.
The defense continued contend contending
ing contending that the accusing witnesses
were mistaken as to what they
saw. They emphasized the low
correlation of wrong answers be between
tween between the defendants paper and
that of the person next to her and
the predisposition of the accus accusing
ing accusing witnesses to see cheating.
As one witness after another
took the stand the case which the
prosecution presented appeared to
crumble in the eyes of the jury.
They took the jury to Leigh
Hall, the place of the alleged
cheating and had the jury sit in
the seats to determine if the pro prosecution
secution prosecution witnesses could have real really
ly really seen the defendants eyes move
as they testified.
The testimony ended.
Seven minutes after the jury
was handed the case, they rclurn rclurnort
ort rclurnort with the_verdict.

Going into the car, I saw one of
the porters picking up sandwich sandwiches,
es, sandwiches, milk cartons, donuts and other
things that had been hurled from
his grasp during the ride. People
were moaning, getting up off of
(the floor and lookiitg around
with a wild look in their eyes.
WALKING TO the rear of the
mess, I saw a ditch six feet deep
and lour or five feet wide that
had been plowed out by the under undercarriage
carriage undercarriage of the cars. No one had
the slightest idea of what caused
the catastrophe.
The A.C.L. eventually got some
buses to the scene from Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville and the passengers continued
their journey from there.

9,1962

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Reitz Starts TV
Series Tonight

A new television series featuring
the role of higher education and
its effects on Gainesville and the
University of Florida will begin
tonight over WUFT Channel 5.
Prayer Goes
Before Court
WASHINGTON (UPI) The Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court agreed Monday to
decide whether state authorized
Bible reading or recitation of The
Lords Prayer in public schools
violates the Constitution.
Accepted for argument and ulti ultimate
mate ultimate ruling by the high tribu tribunal
nal tribunal were two challenges to such
pratices in, Maryland and Penn Pennsylvania.
sylvania. Pennsylvania.

They (students) desire a fair exchange
of opinion on the supreme problems facing
our country, with all viewpoints represent represented,
ed, represented, and they reject the widespread practice
of denouncing Communism without afford affording
ing affording the Communists an opportunity to be
heard, Johnson said.
A POLICY RULING issued earlier by
Reitz concerning all public functions and
lectures at the UF states:
Speakers who are invited to the cam campus
pus campus shall be responsible persons of recog recognized
nized recognized standing in their particular fields or
professions and must be persons of accep acceptable
table acceptable reputation and character.
The U of F recognizes its responsibil responsibilities
ities responsibilities to insure that all types of public
(See NOT WELCOME, Page 2)

The 7:30 p.m. showing With
President Reitz'' centers on a*
discussion "between Bill Mitchell,
executive manager of the Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Chamber of Commcrcce and
Reitz.
Slated for the first program in
the series is a discussion of the
effects of the new trimester
system on the University of
Florida and its students. Dr.
Reitz will answer Mitchell's quest questions
ions questions concerning reasons for the
new system, its effect upon Uni University
versity University functions, upon junior col colleges,
leges, colleges, enrollment, and employment
following graduation.
Other programs In the series
will be telecast periodically
throughout the year.



The Florida Alligator Tuesday, October 9,1962

Page 2

Speakers NotWelcome-Tigert Hall

(Continued from Page'l)
events . are of such cultural
and educational value that they
merit use of such (university) fa facilities.
cilities. facilities.
DEAN HAROLD B. CROSBY' of
University Relations and Develop Development
ment Development said, While we recognize
the need to know and understand
the activities of such groups, we
believe there are ways in which
this can be done without providing
for them a forum as requested
here."
The university doesnt feel that
the request made in this letter
from the .Communist Party falls
within the principles Jayed out in
our policy, Crosby said.
University of South Florida Pre President
sident President John S. Allen met with un unfavorable
favorable unfavorable reaction from state of officials
ficials officials especially the Johns In Investigating
vestigating Investigating Committee for say saying
ing saying he would allow an identified
Communist speaker on his cam campus.
pus. campus.

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TOP RANKING state officials in
Tallahassee were unavailable for
comment.
President Arthur S. Fleming of
the University of Oregon, former
Secretary of Health, Education
and Welfare under the Eisenhower
Cabinet, rejected the demand in
his state to bar Gus Hall, ranking,
member of the Communist Party,
from appearing before the Oregon
student body, Johnson said.
If our university deviates from
the policy (freedom of expression)
it has followed, it will be placed in
the position of being a second-class
institution in the eyes of men and
women who truly understand the
role of a university, Fleming
said. It valid be giving up its
birthright.
' FLEMING WAS awarded the
Alexander Meikeljohn Award by
the American Association of Uni University
versity University Professors (AAUP) for his
stand. Florida AAUP President
Seymour Block said he did not
know what his groups stand would
be since no similar situation has

arisen before.
Although I believe in aeadem aeadem'
' aeadem' ic freedom and expression of all
opinions, I do not believe a group
which is dedicated to the violent
overthrow of such freedoms de deserves
serves deserves such freedoms, UF Stu Student
dent Student Body President Bill Trickel
said.
UF Student Body Vice President
Hugh McArthur said he would fa favor
vor favor Communist speakers on cam campus
pus campus only if they were wanted by
students .and faculty, but he would
not want them if they would bring
trouble or* disturbance.
Johnson said more than 30 colleg colleges
es colleges and universities have already
allowed Communist representa representatives
tives representatives to spec.''' on their campuses.
Johnson protested barring Com Communists
munists Communists because they failed to reg register
ister register under the controversial Me-
Carran Act. The act requires all
card-carrying Communists to reg register
ister register with the Federal Govern Government.
ment. Government.

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George Williams and His Harpsichord
.. will perform tonighf in the University 0
Auditorium at 8:15 p.m.

By REID POOLE
Head, Department of Music
. University of Florida
- George Aubrey Williams. Tnr V
sichordi.st from Atlanta, Geo re.: a,
and associate in the Kelis ~; k
Workshop for Historical In-tm In-tmments,
ments, In-tmments, will present a concert
baroque and classical harpsi. -h< ~1
music in the University auditor, r a
tonight at 8:15-p.m. Williams
programmed selections by \. 1
.different composers, some of tie
well-known but including -other-;
whose music some of us will he
hearing for the first time. Os
well-known masters, he will --
sent Handels harpsichord Sue
XIV and Henry Purcells Suit,
and the Les Niais de Suing!:
by Rameau. 1 I.
well-known are Johann Par
bels Ciaconna with 13 variati
and Sonata in D major by P>;h
assare. Galiippi. The works <>f
Portuguese composers of the eight
eenth century, Carlos Seixas
Sousa Carvalho, will be now/
to most of the audience. Seixas
will be represented by his Sonai
in C mjor, the Toccata in E miit
and the Sonata in P fjat ma.
Carvalho will be represented
his Toccata in G minor.
The first several concerts of
1962-63 campus concert season
placing in interesting contrast s. J
eral different types of keyb< :
music. The last two weeks v.
have heard pianists in some of 1
solid staples in brilliant virtu
display. Last Tuesdays audien
was extremely well impressed v.
the artistry of pianist Male
Frager. Tonight's concert ren renresents
resents renresents a change in direc/ :.
moving back to an earlier age, >
the predecessor of the piano, in
the gentler sonorities of the harpsi harpsichord.
chord. harpsichord.
A specialist in historical in instruments,
struments, instruments, Mr. Williams, has
brought with him to Gainesville
his double manual Morley harpsi-'
chord on which he will play this
evenings concert, also h Broad Broadwood
wood Broadwood square pianoforte circa
1798", a small Morley clavichord,
a Kelischek dulcimer, several
bowed psalters made by Mr.
Williams, a Kelischeck hurdy
gurdy and aq Elizabethan lute.
All of these instruments -will be
shown and demonstrated in Mr.
Williams lecture, A History of
the Stringed Keyboard Instruments
to the year 1820, which he will
present in the Univeersity audi
torium at 2:30 this afternoon.
The afternoon lecture is one in
b-he series of regular Tuesday
afternoon seminars which are pre presented
sented presented primarily for music stu students
dents students but to which the general
public is also invited.
There is no charge for either
the Tuesday afternoon lecture or
the evening concert. Mr. Williams
visit to Gainesville offers an op opportunity
portunity opportunity for students to see at
first hand and to get acquainted
with several ancestors of modern
day musical instruments which
we often see only in picutres or
read about.



Brandt Challenges
Reds on Berlin

BERLIN (UPI) West Berlin
Mayor Willy Brandt, just back
from talks with President Kenne Kennedy
dy Kennedy in Washington, said Monday
the United States was determined
to stay in Berlin and that if Pre Premier
mier Premier Nikita S. Khrushchev wants
war over Berlin he will get it.
But within hours the Soviet am ambassador
bassador ambassador in East Germany refused
even to accept a protest by the
Western Allies against refusal of
Communist East German border
guards Saturday to permit a Bri British
tish British army ambulance to enter the
Soviet sector of Berlin to treat a

OConnell Wont Go
For States Top Spot

TALLAHASSEE (UPIV- State
Supreme Court Justice Stephen C.
OConne! removed himself flatly
and finally Monday from t 1 dwin dwindling
dling dwindling list of prospective candidates
for governor in 1964.
O'Connells statement that he
positively will not run follows on
the heels of reports that former
Sen. Doyle Carlton Jr. of Wau Wauchula,
chula, Wauchula, runner-up in 1960, also has
decided to pass up the 1964 con contest.
test. contest.
And former Gov. Leoy Collins
said several weeks ago in Miami
that he has no plans to try for a
comeback as governor although
friends are still hoping to change
his mind.
That leaves just three almost
definite contenders; Sen Scott
Kelly of Lakeland, Mayor Haydon
Burns of Jacksonville and former
Sen. Fred O. Dickinson of West
Palm Beach, chairman of the
Florida Council of 100.
The only thing that makes these
three almost and not certain
candidates is that under Florida
law, any person officially announ-
U.S. troops
Pulling Out
OXFORD (UPI) The federal
government began pulling out
Monday some of the 31,000 troops
concentrated within a 100-mile ra radius
dius radius of Oxford as a result of racial
disturbances at the University of
Mississippi.
Negro James H. Meredith,
meanwhile, began his second week
of classes with no major incidents
Justice Department pur- 1
sued a local attempt to win friends
and influence students.
Army Secretary Cyrus R. Vance
announced .in Washington that 5,*
400 regular Army troops would
leave immediately for home sta stations
tions stations and that 4,600 Mississippi
Army and Air National Guards Guardsmen
men Guardsmen called into federal service
during the crisis would be released
from active duty.
The Defense Department said
the pullout still left about 17,600
troops in the Oxford area or on
call at Memphis or Columbus.
Tl|is would add up to a total of
about 31,000 troops involved in the
federal governments bayonet bayonetcourt
court bayonetcourt orders that Meredith be ad admitted
mitted admitted to Ole Miss consider considerably
ably considerably more than previously report reported.
ed. reported.
_ Troops remainingin the general
area include about 3,000 Missis Mississippi
sippi Mississippi National Guardsmen and
about 14,500 regular troops, chief chiefly
ly chiefly from the 82nd and 101st Air Airborne
borne Airborne Divisions, the Army an announcement
nouncement announcement said.

dying refugee. The Western notes
said all consequences' for the
four-power treaty violation rested
with Russia.
The West Berlin Socialists which
are headed by Brandt, issued a
statement afterwards saying the
Western protests were not enough
and we expect the three allied
commandants to take counter-mea counter-measures.
sures. counter-measures. This presumably could
mean using armored escorts for
allied vehicles or barring Soviet
vehicles from West Berlin.
Brandt, who returned Saturday
from the United States, hinted at

cing his candidacy must start fil filing
ing filing financial statements with the
Secretary o' State each week.
Nobody wants to start that this
early, but all three are making
the rounds of the political circuit
on one pretext or another and
none will disclaim his interest in
the race.
Burns and Dickinson ran in 1960
and are eager for a second try.
OConnell, an appointee of Col Collins,
lins, Collins, has been mentioned periodi periodically
cally periodically as a compromise candidate
should neither Collins nor Carlton,
or someone else from that politi political
cal political camp, make the race.
But OConnell, in much the same
kind of statement he made back
before the 1960 campaign, said
he wants to stay on the court.
State Rep. Frederick Karl of
Daytona Beach still may decide
to make the race. He has received
encouragement from some in the
old Collins camp, including the
former governor, though Karls
own timetable called for him to
wait until 1968.
He told UPI recently though that
he is still considering 1964 and
might make the plunge. He has
already been offered substantial
financial help in his home county.
State Sen. Ed Price of Braden Bradenton
ton Bradenton took himself out of the specu speculation
lation speculation contest for governor a cou couple
ple couple of months ago. But some ob observers
servers observers believe this was forced
by Prices strong GOP opposition
locally for reelection to the Sen Senate
ate Senate and that he still could change
his mind providing he gets by
in the Senate contest.

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a news conference in Berlin he was
expecting a major development
over Berlin in the next two or
three weeks but refused to elabor elaborate.
ate. elaborate. He insisted the West will not
pay a dishonorable price" to avoid
war.
The Brandt statement came in
an eventual day which included
these Berlin developments:
Three East German border
guards fled in full uniforms across
the border to West Berlin early
Monday. They dropped their wea weapons
pons weapons and swam through a border
river into the British sector. Their
escape was not noticed by other
Communists and no shots were
fired.
An East German military del delegation
egation delegation headed by general of the
Army Heinz Hoffman, the defense
minister, flew to Moscow Monday,
to visit Soviet troop units and So Soviet
viet Soviet army schools. It was the first
such visit by East German mili military
tary military leaders to Russia.
Brandt told the news conference
the Kennedy administration is de determined
termined determined down to conse consequence
quence consequence to stay in and de defend
fend defend our mutual freedom.
Release Talk
Held in Cuba
HAVANA (UPI) New York
attorney James B. Donovan and
Premier Fidel Castro met secret secretly
ly secretly Monday to work out what pur purportedly
portedly purportedly were final details for the
release of 1,113 Cuban invasion
prisoners in exchange for U. S.
food and medicine.
There was no official indication
where the two men were meeting
their fourth session since Dono Donovan
van Donovan returned to Havana earlier
this month from New York but
it was presumed to be nearby
Varadero Beach.
Varadero, a former luxury sum summer
mer summer resort, was the site of their
last meeting during the week-end
when they talked for seven hours.
There were no official details on
their talks, but it was believed
they had agreed on a final dollar
value figure for the release of the
captives, held since April, 1961.
Best speculation was that the
total price to be paid would ap approximate
proximate approximate the $62-million valuation
Castro has placed on the heads of
his prisoners. Some cash might
be involved in the final payment,
but the bulk would be in food and
medicine.
Supporting this belief was a
statement by Maj. Raul Castro,
Cuba's armed forces chief, who
told a university audience Sunday
night that if the imperialists
want back their mercenaries, they
are going to have to pay the price
for them.

Tuesday, October 9,1962 The Florida Alligator

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SunFLAvor
To Mark Fruit
FORT LAUDERDALE (UPI)
The new SunFLAvor emblem
can become to Florida agriculture
what Tiffanys is to jewelry and
Rolls Royce is to automobiles, Ag Agriculture
riculture Agriculture Commissioner Doyle
Conner said Monday.
Conner told the annual meeting
of the Florida Retail Federation
that the emblem SunFLAvor
over an outline map of Florida
will soon become a trademark of
quality products.
Conner said the emblem could
be used on all Florida-grown ag agricultural
ricultural agricultural products, including cit citrus.
rus. citrus.
ICC Rule Upheld
By S upreme Court
WASHINGTON (UPI) Racial
barriers in Georgia were struck
another blow Monday when the
U. S. Supreme Court upheld an
Interstate Commerce Commission
(ICC) ban on segregation in bus
and railroad terminals.
The court upheld a lower court
decision backing the ICC with a
brief order that denied a rehear rehearing
ing rehearing of the case and included no
opinion.
Racial discrimination had al already
ready already been barred under the In Interstate
terstate Interstate Commerce Act. But Atty.
Gen. Robert F. Kennedy request requested
ed requested the new rules on the ground
that segregation could not be ef effectively
fectively effectively broken down through
suits brought by individual Ne Negroes
groes Negroes who allegedly suffered dis discrimination.
crimination. discrimination.

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The Florida Alligator Tuesday, October 9,1962

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By SHARON SMITH
Gator Staff Writer
Thursday night at the library:
a UF tradition?
How many freshmen have won wondered
dered wondered why the library is filled to
overflowing on Thursday nights?
It's not because many profeasors
like to give exams on Friday, or
because most term papers and
reports are due on Fridays.
NOT REALLY
Its because Thursday conies
just before the weekend and
weekends mean parties and
dates to the college student.
What does one do, if by Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night one doesnt have a
date for the weekend?
The answer is axiomatic-one
goes to the library.
WHY NOT Wednesday night
instead? The answer to this is sim simple
ple simple too. Fraternities and sorori sororities
ties sororities hold their chapter meetings
on Wednesday nights. Indeed, the
library is virtually empty then.
Why go if the people you expect
to see wont be there?
Conversations in the
dorms frequently run like this?
Where are you going tonight?
To the library.

ImCOEDUFE
By BECKY QCINX.
, Coed Life Editor
Pretty phrase: Acres of Afternoons. (Be nice to have
a few!)
V .*
Found out last night there is not a motel room in town
hasnt been reserved for every home game weekend.
What to do with parents? The man at Holiday Inn says
rooms are already scarce in Ocala.
"At
Even though the student side of the Florida Stadium
can get hotter than is comfortable, its nice to get dressed
up for the games. A few coeds, I think, enjoy looking like
girls once in awhile. Casual parties are fun, agreed, but
how often does a girl at the UF have a chance to get all
dressed up except for church on Sundays?

.MEETING AND TALKING with
Hose Greene and Jo Williams,
the UFs first Negro coeds, last
week, was an enlightening- ex experience
perience experience for me.
Rose is petite and perky, her
conversation is quick and frank.
She uses her hands when she
: peaks and she smiles easily.
Jo is tali and slender, a little
quieter tha n Rose, but friendly.
BOTH ARE SURPRISED and
pleased with their reception here.
They s ay they have done nothing
more than to let things go nat naturally,
urally, naturally, and this is what they did
Labor Secy Offers
Baby Sit Service
Student Government's going in into
to into the babysitting business.
The Secretary of Labors office
is providing a placement service
for coeds who wuuld, like to sit
With, the cliildtteb : the mar married
ried married students and local Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville families.
Probable fee is 75 cents per
hour.
Coeds may apply by- calling the
Secretary of Labors office in the
Florida Union.
Names of those who apply will
be submitted to Dean of Women,
Marna V. Brady, for clearing.

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But you usually study here.
I know, but its Thursday night
and I dont have a date for the
weekend yet.*
And so it goes. And sometimes
this strategy gets results,
FOR EXAMPLE, in the wom womens
ens womens donms, particularly in those
with a switchboard system lik e
Rawlings and Jennings, it is well
nigh impossible to get a phone
call through between 10:30 and 11
p. m.
There is usually an addition
tacked onto the Ive gone to-the to-thelibrary
library to-thelibrary its Thursday night
speech that a girl gives her room roommate.
mate. roommate.
Its Til be home at 10:30 if
anybody calls.
And people do call, or she sees
them at the library and says she
will be back at 10:30.
AT 10:30, the switchboards
go wild. They light up like combi combination
nation combination Christmas trees and pin pinball
ball pinball machines, with a little bit
of Times Square thrown in for good
measure.
But nobody really minds, not
even the switchboard operators
they were there last Thursday!

during our conversation. They say
they fcsl completely at home on
2nd floor Mallory. The girls dont
treat us as though we, are any
different."
When we went hack to take the
photographs for Sunday's feature,
I found out what they meant.
AYE: who? was dressed
and could be in a picture.' Jo
asked one of the girls across the
hall.
Within five minutes, six girls
were ready. All were friendly and
more than willing to help.
None of them had any qualms
cibcftit being photographed with
Rose and Jo. Unless I am mis mistaken,
taken, mistaken, they were grateful for the
opportunity.
The sound of carefree, girlish
laughter floated down the hall.
And you couldnt tell whether the
voices were white or black. They
mingled and' were happy.
t HAD DREADED doing that
assignment when I first thought
of it. But I enjoyed doing it and
I learned something: friendship is
above the fallacy of racial pre prejudice.
judice. prejudice.
It was hard to keep editorial
comment out of Sundays feature
on Rose Greene and Jo Williams,
the UFs first Negro coeds.



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CreonTo Oedipus Via Java,South America

By FRED SCHNEIDER
Os The Gator Staff
From Creon in High School to
Oedipus in college.
Thi s seems to be the progres progression
sion progression of A1 Wehlbergs first tast of.
theatre to what he considers his
greatest role to date.
Wehlberg, often called the Tall
Dutchman, is president of
Florida Players and has appeared
in some 25 productions including
the Adding Machine, Bus
Stop, ad Right You Are
If You Think You Are, and
the lead in Oedipus Rex.
IIIS PLAYERS experience in includes
cludes includes lights, costumes, ticket
WEHLBERG
taker and makeup.
Wehlberg's personal experiences
overshadow many of the roles he
has had to play.
Born in Java, Wehlberg became
a prisoner of war when Japan
invaded this island. After being
released his family traveled from
Java to South America, then to
Cuba and finally ended up in
America.

A PROPOSED LAW OF THE
STUDENT GOVERNMENT OF
The University of Florida
RE IT ENACTED:
All agencies and subsidiary or organizations
ganizations organizations of and to the Student
Government of the University of
Florida that receive funds from
the Student Government shall
make no contractual provisions,
formal or informal, -pertaining to
salaries which are or will be paid
to students of the University of
Florida who perform any function
whatsoever. All such persons re receiving,
ceiving, receiving, or who will receive, sal salaries
aries salaries are to be informed that the
salary they are receiving is sub subject
ject subject to change in conformance
with future change-, in the Finance
Law of Student Government and
'the budgets of the respective agen agency
cy agency or subsidiary organization, pro provided
vided provided that any contractual pro provision
vision provision now in existance which per pertains
tains pertains to salaries shall remain un unchanged
changed unchanged .until the present expira expiration
tion expiration date of such provision. All

WEHLBERG married a Florida
Player, the former Susan Becken Beckenbach
bach Beckenbach and he is presently majoring
in the language arts through the
College of Education.
More recently he received a
part in the forthcoming production
of The Lark scheduled for Oct.
23 in Norman Hall Auditorium.
WEHLBERG STANDS 6 7 and
has experienced a false sense of
weightlessness while working 90
feet above the Norman Stage
wiring lights.

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Mystery Shrouds Secret of Mask
Only Daughter of Bryan Knows

By CAROLE BARDELLA
. Os The Gator Staff
In 1952 Dr. J. Hillis Miller was
baffled when he became the re recipient'
cipient' recipient' of a strange gifta death
mask of William Jennings Bryan.
Today- the mask hangs over the
v/est entrance of Bryan Lounge in
the Florida Union"mainly be because
cause because nobody. knew what else to
do with it" according to Florida
Union Director William Klon.
RION PLACED the mask in its
present location hut admits he
knows very little about the un unusual
usual unusual object other than It came
in the form of a gift to UF from
Bryans daughter, Ruth Bryan
Rohde.
agencies and organizations affect affected
ed affected by this law will submit to the
Student Government the expiration
date'of all contractual provisions
pertaining to salaries paid to stu students
dents students of the University of Florida.
USF Symbol
The latest university to follow
the custom of adopting an in indigenous
digenous indigenous Florida creature for the
school symbol is the University
of South Florida in Tampa.
USF in now officially the
Buccaneers.
In a statewide contest the name
won out over the runner-up Gold Golden
en Golden Brahams which almost
won when -the judges discovered
that Pensacola Junior College was
also called Buccaneers.
Other Florida schools have
adopted Gators (UF), Seminoles
(Florida State), Hurricanes
(Miami), Rattlers (Fla.. A&M),
Dolphins (Jacksonville U.), as
their mascots.

.Says Wehlberg, The greatest
experience in theatre .4s portray portraying
ing portraying a role and realizing that the
audience is accepting you as the
individual you are playing.
1 HEELS pvt on in 5 minutes
SOLES put on in 15 minutes
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The perplexing- gift was received
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Miller who turned the masks
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Confronted with this strange
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mask where it is because, it
was the only appropriate spot'* he
could find.
The relationship that Bryan had
with the UF was mainly via, his
close friendship with Dr. A. A.
Murphree, former President of
UP, who Bryan nominated for
President at a Democratic con convention.
vention. convention.
BRYAN had also in the early
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alligator
editorials
O
no contest
In the mail the other day we received a letter from
The Third Floor." It was a different third floor" than
the home of student government in the Florida Union. It
was from the national headquarters of the Communist
Party.
At first we laughed at the party's plea to be allowed to
speak on campus and then we remembered the troubles that
the University of South Florida had on a similar situation.
Would our university officials agree to having a spokesman
of the Communist Party speak on campus?
We can respect the firm no" given by Tigert Hall.
However, we are concerned over the commotion the idea
has raised, especially from some persons on our own third
floor.
The answer that the Communists do not deserve the
right to stand before Americans and be heard is an accept acceptable
able acceptable one. However, it avoids the basic issue.
:'< :Jt :|t
THE REASONS for advocating hearing a Communist
are these:
1) A truly democratic society should allow differing
points of view to be discussed.
2) Democratic ideals, if they are superior, should come
out ahead.
3) The best anti-toxin to communism is to know what
they have to say and be able to critically evaluate it.
One of the most rewarding experiences that some have
in college is to hear a professor critically compare the
American way of life with that of the Communist way and
le come up with an objective conclusion that we have best
answered civilization's problems. A deeper, more lasting
confidence in our society is produced in such a presentation.
SINCE SOME feel that it would be dangerous to expose
the collegiate mind to an identified spokesman of commu communism,
nism, communism, we ask: Why not set up a debate between the Com Communist
munist Communist and a competent spokesman for Democratic Capi Capitalism?
talism? Capitalism? And what better spokesman is there than a uni university
versity university professor who knows both sides of the issue and
can champion our system.
We realize the political problems involved; however, we
ask some of our conservative state leaders to permit us to
allow a UF professor debate a Communist and win our faith
firntfy.
, B. C.

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University 'Mixed
Over Red Speaker
By SANDY SWEITZER
Assistant to the Editor
Communism is one of the biggest threats confronting
Americans today.
The Alligator has received an offer from the U.
Communist Party to have an identified Communist speak speaker
er speaker give a campus address. (See Story Page One.)

The idea of a Communist speak speaker
er speaker on campus caused great furor
at the University of South Florida
campus recently and has a-so been
a big issue in the California Gu Gubernatorial
bernatorial Gubernatorial race between Richard.
Nixon and Pat Brown.
TO GAUGE opinion cf UF stu students
dents students and faculty about the 5 wis wisdom
dom wisdom of allowing a Communist to
speak on the UF Campus, the Al Alligator
ligator Alligator interviewed some UF stu students
dents students and faculty members. Here
are their opinions:
BILL ADAMS Os course. I
think college is the lowest educa educational
tional educational level where this could be
done. Dont knock caviar until
youve tried it.
MRS. RICHARD RICHARDS RICHARDSYes.
Yes. RICHARDSYes. How are you going to fight
enemies if you dont know how
they' think? If they come under
false prtenses it would be harmful
but as acknowledged Communists
it would be a good idea.
RICHARD RICHARDS Yes.
Its a good idea. Its one way of
finding out a different point of
view and away to get to know
how Communist people think. It
would give a person an opportun opportunity
ity opportunity to weigh a different point of
view.
MAIUE SCHOEMAKEItSNo
There are too many people on this
campus who dont know how to
think for themselves. They might
be influenced by such a speaker.
Dlt. ERNEST BARTLEY I
sec no objection if hes identified
as a Communist. Its important
that college students have some
idea of whats going on in the
world. The danger would be un unidentified
identified unidentified Communist speakers.
MARCO CABEZAS Yes. Be Because
cause Because we really dont know the
way they think. It would be a good
experience to find out.

OPINION
JAMES BORING Why not
listen to both sides of the issue as
long as hes registered as a Com Communist
munist Communist he has a right to speak. I
may not agree with what he says
but Id fight for his right to say
it.
GARY SMITH No. Weye
had our bout with the Johns Com Committee,
mittee, Committee, lets not get involved in
another one.
PAT HOLMAN Certainly, it
would be interesting to hear an
opinion on that point of view. It
wouldnt do the students any
harm. I'm tired of second-hand
information, although his would
be a biased view I'd like to hear
it.
DIANE PELFRY No. A
Communist speaker might influ influence
ence influence people. Im a patriotic Amer American.
ican. American.
BEVERLY SWEATT Yes.
At the University we are learning
different ideologies of the world
and since Communism is one of
the most influential and outstand outstanding,
ing, outstanding, we should understand how it
opposed our capitalistic democ democracy.
racy. democracy.
BARRY BIEBEL Let a pub publicly
licly publicly avowed Communist speak on
any subject with no limitations.
Im tired of having something as
important as Communism being
relayed to me as second-hand in information.
formation. information.
LARSON LAMAR r- We should
let any Communist speaker state
all his opinions to the students of
the University as long as he is
required to enter in open debate
with a champion of Democracy
and capitalism after he states his
beliefs.

Letter
Reader Has
Plan to Rid
Campus of Sin
EDITOR:
There has been much written
lately about our decaying morals.
It is indeed a sad situation, but
the worst of it is that it is not
improving. Is our society doomed
to follow in the footsteps of other
civilizations, who feel because of
their decaying morals? Not if we
act NOW!!!!
THE FIRST step would be to
shut down the bars and beer halls
that contribute so much to the
immorality of our society. How
many times have I seen boys
stagger la* at night into the
dorms intoxicated.
Boys only nineteen and twenty
years old who obtained the
alcohol illegally and proceeded to
drink until they were boisterous,
rowdy, and sometimes even sick.
Ive seen these same lads later
brag about the good time they
had had, and express desires to
repeat the experience.
I HAVE also heard from reli reliable
able reliable sources in the washrooms of
these same establishments there
are machines that dispense birth
control devices. Isnt it bad enough
that our young boys and girls
can attend these establishments
and experience the carnal pleas pleasures
ures pleasures if they so desire.
Must we put the means at their
disposal to also experience the
carnal pleasures if they so desire.
THEREFORE MY next step
would be to outlaw the sale or
possession of these instruments of
murder. Is it anymore sinful to
kill a living person than one yet
unborn. God didnt give us em embodies
bodies embodies to play with but as means
for bringing forth new life.
Yet the young women of our
campus seem to have forgotten
this. One can observe them on
campus anyday, with their painted
faces, flaunting their bodies for all
to see'. Even the so called.Gator called.Gatorettes
ettes called.Gatorettes parade half nude in front of
a large crowd with the full ap approval
proval approval of the college administra administrators.
tors. administrators. Step three then would be to
establish some decent clothing
regulations and deal severely with
any who deviate from the stand
ard.
The fourth and last step of my
plan concerns the boys. Whats
fair for the girls is fair for the
boys so I recommend a curfew bf
placed on the boys dorms. Are we
going to protect our young girls
only to disregard the young men
of our campus? Chastity and re respectability
spectability respectability are not something for
just women and children. It should
be away of life and code of
conduct for everyone, man or
woman.
This plan is not the final solu solution.
tion. solution. I dont present it as such.
What It is is a start in the right
direction. A start toward a world
where virginity wont be an ob object
ject object of scorn and a young woman
can be judged on something, more
than the size of her bosom.
G. C.. 3EG
EDITORS NOTE
(EDITORS NOTEi We feel t*v % t
you have an exaggerated view of
the campus morality question. You
fail to balance your point of view
with a representation of the many
mature college students who have
managed to develop responsible
attitudes toward life and sex).



UF Fencers Active,
Boast 55 Members

The UF Fencing Clubinactive
since 1927is finally getting on
its feet under the direction of a
professional fencing coach, Dr.
Harry Hollien, of the speech de department.
partment. department.
The club has 40 members in
a beginning class, 15 advanced
members, and plans for entrance
in state tournaments.
* club Pres. Long attributes the
boost in club activity to better
publicity, better coordination
among the members, and the
high-level instruction from Dr.
Hollien.
I)R. HOLLIEN came to the UF
last summer with a great deal
of experience in the fencing field.
He has bee n a fencing coach at
Boston University, Clark Univer University,
sity, University, tiie University- of lowa. Baylor
University, and the University of
Wichita. He has also been a
member of varsity teams, and is
a medalist.
I am going to try to get the
group to develop not into a club,
but into a team, said Dr. Hol Hollien.
lien. Hollien. At present, he has plans
for meets with Jacksonville and
St. Petersburg teams; Although
the dates are indefinite, he has
already started building teams soi v
the events.
. HUNTER JACKSON, secretary,
has started making contact with
other active clubs. There are
..many other municipal teams, but
there is only one other college
team in the state at Florida
Presbyterian College in Tampa,
THE BEGINNERS practice
from l : 30 to 6 p.m. on Mondays
and Fridays. For the first three
weeks, they do only exercises and
stance practicethey do not use

UF Sailing Club Holds Races

The first races of the fall series
of the Gator Sailing Club were
held at Lake Wauberg in* the
Hubs Penquins and privately
owned penquins on Saturday and
Sunday, October 6th and 7th.
Two races were held each day.
The wind Saturday was very light
and variable which necessitated
short courses for both races, how however
ever however Sunday the wind held steady
at about eight knots allowing
longer courses.
On Saturday Dr. Weaver, the
faculty advisor, won both races
winning by a small margin. Sun Sundays
days Sundays races were won by. Vanda
Nigels, who finished ahead of
the other 3 boats.

Giants Win 7-3
To Even Series

NEW YORK (Upi) C harlie"
Chuck Hiller turned from ham
to hero with one swhng of his bat
Monday when he smashed the
eighth grand slam home run in
World Series history to give the
San Francisco Giants a 7-3 vic victory
tory victory over the New ,York Yankees.
That one dramatic drive by the
man who funbled away the Gi Giants
ants Giants desperate hopes as they lost
the third game, brought 66,607
fan s roaring to their feet and
squared the classic at two games
each.
IT ALSO brought victory to big
Don Larsen who, on this same
mound and for the rival Yankees,
six years ago on the very day
hurled the only perfect game in
World Series history.
Hillers seventh inning i>la.st
came after catcher Tom Haller
smashed a two-run homer for the
Giants in the second and the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees bounced back to tie up in the
sixth. And it was a shot which
ripped a page out of the favored
ledger.
No National Leaguer ever had
hit a grand slam home run in the
series and f of the seven which
had been struck, six of them
were blasted by the Bronx Bomb Bombers.

En Garde
Fencing coach / Dr. Harry Hollien gives his pupils in instructions
structions instructions on the finer points of fencing

the weapon, or foil. Even after
they start using it they use
masks, jackets a n d padded
gloves, and the sharp elid of the
foil is protected.
They then practice the en
guarde, or ready" position; the*
lunge, or forward movement; and

Order of the Finishes
Saturday first race.
1. Dr. Weaver 2. Dr. Greville 3.
Howard Taylor 4. Gene Ramsay 5.
Charle Kanjorski
Saturday, second race
1. Dr. Weaver 2. Dr. Greville 3.
Howard Taylor 4. Gene Ramsay 5.
Charle Kanjorski
Sunday, First Race.
1. Vanda Nigels 2. Richard ream
3. Dick Dillon 4. Charle Kanjorskr
Sunday. Second Race
1. Vandra Nigels 2. Richard Kearns
3. Richard Dillon 4. Charle Kanjorski
Racing will be held next Sunday
and all qualified skippers may
race in the afternoon races and be beginners
ginners beginners may crew for the races.
If there is any other class which
has two boats or more, races will
be held for them also. Anyone in interested
terested interested may call Roger Straub at
the Chi Phi house for more infor information
mation information about the sailing club.

ers. Bombers. Until Monday.
AND HILLER had a lot on his
mind and but little going for him
to .all intents and purposes as he
v/ent to the plate with the bases
loaded, two men out and Marshall
Bridges on the mound.
In that third game as they
squared off' in Yankee Stadium
Hiller played a double play ball
like a man picking cherries with
five thumbs. The double play
failed, the Yankees got a third
run whichafter the Giants ral rallied
lied rallied for two in the ninthwas the
margin of victory.
THE CHUNKY usually adept in infielder
fielder infielder from McHenry, 111., was
a man on a -spot this time, too.
But now, knuckles white, the sure
hands that failed him briefly Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, swung with a fluid precision
which sent the bat crashing
against the ball with winning im impetus.
petus. impetus.
Those Giants came right up out
of the dugout and mauled him
and Hiller still wasnt done. For
he wag part of the act in the
ninth inning when they added an another
other another insurance run which com completely
pletely completely hung the defeat on reliev reliever
er reliever Jim Coates.

the retreat, or backward move movement.
ment. movement.
The advanced members work
on individual problems and pre prepare
pare prepare for competition. The club is
now open to advanced fencers
anyone with experience is invited
to join.

Raft Harvard
The Florida Gators and the Har Harvard
vard Harvard Crimson have met on the
gridiron, twice, in 1022 and 1920.
Both times the boysr from Boston
were victorious winning 24-0 and
14-0. The loss in 1020 was one of
only two loses the Gators suffered
that season.

SPACE, MISSILE & JET PROJECTS
AT DOUGLAS
have created outstanding
career opportunities for
SCIENTISTS and ENGINEERS
B.S. degrees or better
Assignments include the following areas:
Servo-Mechanism*- relating to Heaf Transfer relating to mis misall
all misall types of control problems sile and space vehicle structures
Electronic Systems -relating to Structures relating to cyclic
all types of guidance, detection, loads, temperature effects, and the
control and communications investigation of new materials,
Propulsion relating to fluid- methods, products, etc.
mechanics, thermodynamics, Aerodynamics relating to wind
dynamics, internal aerodynamics tunnel, research, stability and
Environmental relating to air control
oxS reSSUri2ation and solid State Phy.U. -relating to
Human Factor. -analysis of metal surfaces and fatigue
environment affecting pilot and Space vehicle and weapon
space crews, design of cockpit con- system studies of all types,
soles, instrument panels and pilot involving a vast range of scientific
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Get full information at |
INDIVIDUAL ON CAMPUS INTERVIEWS
with a Douglas representative
Monday & Tuesday, Oct, 15 & 16
We urge you to make an appointment with Maurice E. Mayberry,
Placement Director. If you cannot, please write to
So A. Ames toy, Staff Assistant to VP Engineering
DOUGLAS AIRCRAFT COMPANY, INC.
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Tuesday, October 9,1962 The Florida Alligator

Cross Country Team
Conducts Time Trials

Tame trials were run Oct. 4,
in preparation for the selection
of.' the team to represent the
Gators against Miami on Monday,
Oct. 15,
In the varsity division, over the
4.35 mile course, the winner was
Tommy Harrel by over 30 seconds.
Tom is a graduate of Pensacola
Jr. College.
After two years of running with
the well respected team there
and competing in the National
Jr. College Championships in
New York, Tommy is an experi experienced
enced experienced competitor with two remain remaining
ing remaining years of elegibility.
The freshmen ran their first
four men as a pack until the last
quarter imile, when the tale was
told. Danny Wells, with a 9:19,
just beat Austin Funk on the
home stretch by a half second.
Richard Knecland, who had led
to this point, was caught in 9:2t.
Bob Halliday wa.s in close pursuit.
There may be teams with faster
men, but it will really be a good
team that has four faster.
Charles Abramson i§, at this
moment, the most improved
member of the team. He was the
eighth ranked man, but finished
fourth with 26:13.7. This* in not
only two minutes better than he
ran last week, but his last weeks
tame was over two minutes better
than his best time lasy year. Dan
strides in the same direction.
Summary: Varsity, 1.35 Miles;
Harrell 23:19.0; Goo d y ear
14:21.7; Brown 26:01.5; Abram*
Ind. Blocks
The drawing for indejiendeiit
block seating for the Vanderbilt
game, will be held this Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday afternoon at 1:00 p.m. in
room 311 of the Florida Vnion.
Any independent organization
registered with the Deans office
may participate in the drawing.
A student picture ID or non nonstudent
student nonstudent date ticket must he pre presented
sented presented for each ticket received.

Jfk
son 26:43.7; Dunn 27:10; Dqat Dqat.
. Dqat. ello 37:13.2; Niblock 27 nsl;
Schulgasscr 28:59; Latimer 28:-
20. .
4 Freshmen. 1.8 Miles; Wells
0:10; Funk 9:19.5; Knccland
9:21; Halliday 9:32; Woods
9:55; Harper 10:03.4; Sullivan
TOTSOT
Vandy Ducats
Student tickets for the home homecoming
coming homecoming game with Vanderbilt
are being distributed this week.
Students may pick up their tick tickets
ets tickets between 2 and 4:30 Monday
thru Friday.
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