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20 Red Ships May Test Blockade

'Keep Ca/m,
Doing' Reitz

The most important
step that we can take is
to keep calm, and keep
doing what we have been
doing,* UF President J.
Wayne Reitz told a meet meeting
ing meeting of fraternity, sorority
presidents and members
of the Student Government
cabinet last night.
Reitz went on to point
out that the Gainesville
area was one of the safe safest
st safest places in the United
States. It is not a crit critical
ical critical attack area and the
danger of fall-out in Gain Gainesville
esville Gainesville is not serious.
Student body leaders
were given information to
distribute in their living
areas. The information
concerned where to go in
case of attack and the
They were told that ex extensive
tensive extensive inf ormation would
be published in the All Alligator.
igator. Alligator.
Student Body President
Bill Trickel stressed the
importance of keeping
calm, and allaying the
possible, fears of the stu students.
dents. students.
Reitz said that a more
detailed plan would be en enacted
acted enacted immediately. This

'Quarantine Is Power Play

UF international law ex expert
pert expert Oscar Svarlein said
yesterday the U.S. quar quarantine
antine quarantine against Russian
arms traffic to Cuba has
little to do with inter international
national international law, but is rea really
lly really international power
politics at the very edge
quarantine, along with
its meaning of isolation
against disease and pests,

Derrick Appointed Acting
Head of Humanities Dept.

Dr. Clarence Derrick,
UF professor of English
and humanities since
1953, has been named to
serve as acting head of the
Humanities Department
in University College.
The announcement was
made Monday by Dr.
Byron S. Hollinshead,
dean of the College.
Dr. Derrick fills the post
vacated last summer by
Dr. Robert F. Davidson.
Formerly head of the
humanities section of the
Educational Testing Ser Service,

plan would include each
student as to which build building
ing building he would go to and
the exact place in the
building, and means of
getting food and water.
Reitz closed by reit reiterating
erating reiterating that there was no
need for alarm.

Dorms OK for Shelters

WSR' flr MM
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DORMITORY WALLS MAY SAVE YOUR LIFE
. . Second, Third Floors to be Fallout Shelters

also has its meaning in
political and commercial
isolation, but has no
meaning in international
law, he said.
The world famous inter international
national international law authority
said: A blockade does
have legal connotations,
however, and carries the
implication of hostility.

vice, Service, in Princeton, N. J.,
Dr. Derrick received his
baccalaureate degree
Hartford, Conn. He re received
ceived received his masters de degree
gree degree from Western Re Reserve
serve Reserve University in
Cleveland, and his doc doctorate
torate doctorate from the Univer University
sity University of Chicago.
Dr. Derrick and his
wife, Mary, have two
children, Mary, 15, and
Tommy 11. They reside at
818 N.E. 21st St., Gaines Gainesville.
ville. Gainesville.

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V 01.55, N 0 .25 University of Florida, Gainesville Wednesday, October 24, 1962

Dr. Svarlein said any
action the OAS and the
United Nations Security
Council are prepared to
take in the matter, does
come within the realm of
international law, how how'
' how' ever insofar as the action
taken is in conformity
with the Rio Paxt and the
UN Charter.
Such action at todays
OAS meeting in Washing Washington
ton Washington would have legal sub substance,
stance, substance, he said.
The Organization of
American States was es established
tablished established as a collective
regional security system
for the Americas, and its
establishment was in full
conformity with the char charter
ter charter of United Nations Art Article
icle Article 51 which allows for
creation of such regional
defense systems, Dr.
Svarlein said.
The international law
expert said nobody can
tell what effect the U.S.
quarantine might have.
The Russians may not
choose to retaliate, he
said.
He added the build-up
in C ba of long-range
Continued on Page 6

Because of the current international crisis
the Alligator feels it appropriate to pub publish
lish publish the following restatement of civil de defense
fense defense procedure at the UF. Below is an art article
icle article which appeared last December.
SEE FALLOUT SHELTER ASSIGNMENT
AREAS..... PAGE SIX
The UFs multi-million dollar dormitopr network
will serve as fallout shelters for the entire student
body in the event of nuclear war, according to pre preliminary
liminary preliminary civil defense plans' released Monday.
UF Civil Defense Director Calvin Greene said, "We
have enough room to safely accommodate all of our
students. The wives and children of married students
are included."
University Radiation Control Officer Dr. B. G.
Dunavant said, "There will be no casualties from ra radiation
diation radiation in these shelters if everyone follows instruc instructions."
tions." instructions."
Greene said a preliminary building survey has re revealed
vealed revealed that portions of all brick dormitoriesexcept
Thomas and Buckman Hallhave a protection factor
equal to or exceeding the Office of Civil Defense Mo Mobilizations
bilizations Mobilizations specifications.
"Second and third floors and stairwells in the dorm dormitories
itories dormitories will be used as shelter areas," said Greened
"First and fourth floors will be left vacant to serve
as buffer zones between ground and roof fallout
accumulations," he added.
Greene said the buffer zones" will insure enough
"mass" to dissipate penetrating, fission-produced
Beta and Gamma rays.
Greene stated that portions of other buildings can
also provide safe shelter: the Engineering Building,
Florida Gymnasium, Physics Building, Hume (agri (agricultural)
cultural) (agricultural) Library and the University Library.
"Areas like the University Library stacks provide
higher protection, but the lack of adequate ventila ventilation
tion ventilation and sanitary facilities make them less suitable
than the dormitories," he said.
"Buildings which offer very little protection; Flavets,
Corry and Schucht Villages, fraternity and sorority
houses; will have to be evacuated. Their occupants
will take refuge in an assigned shelter according to
instructions," said Greene.
The J. Hillis Miller Health Center will not be used
as a fallout shelter, Greene declared. It has been desig designated
nated designated by Civil Defense as a disaster center for Ala Alachua
chua Alachua County and all north-central 1 Florida. In The
event of a nuclear crisis it will be used primarily lor.
treatment of sick and injured and' not as a student
shelter, he added.

'Lark Debuts Today

Florida Players will de depict
pict depict the Trial of Joan of
Arc Wednesday as the
opening performance of
the Players* season, The
Lark, gets under way.
Written by Jean
Anouilh, the |!>lay runs
through Saturday in
Norman Hall Auditorium.
Performances Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday and Thursday begin at

See Page Two

7:30 p.m., and at 8 p.m.
on Friday and Saturday.
Admission is free to
students with identifi identification
cation identification cards.' General ad admission
mission admission cost 75 cents
each.
Tickets may be obtain obtained
ed obtained at the information booth
across from the Student
Service Center.



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The Florida Alligator Wednesday, October 24, 1962

WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Uniled States and Russia headed
into a possible military showdown
Tuesday as some 20 Communist
ships bore down on a US. At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Fleet pledged to halt and
search them for any offensive
arms for Cuba.
The face-to-face test of will in
perhaps the gravest crisis of the
atomic age could come soon in
waters. If the Soviet
vessels refuse to halt 'for a
search, U.S. warships are under
orders to sink them.
At least 40 ships and 20,000 men
were in the Caribbean area, Mil Military
itary Military garrisons along the eastern
seaboard hod been .strengthened,

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Representatives will be on campus
October 30 and 31; November 1
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Showdown Nears

along with the naval base at
Guantanamo, and all U.S. force:;
were on an alert basis*
A special target of the U.S.
blockaders was a huge Soviet
ship presumably rigged to carry
the 1,000 or 2,000-milc missiles
lhat President Kennedy said
posed a threat to all the Western
Hemisphere. However, the first
test may come from Red vessels
that reach Cuba sooner.
Ships lSeing Watched
Officials said they knew where
the approaching Communist ships
were and the Navy was keeping
a watchful eye on them. They
said no direct contact had been
made with any of the vessels an
yet.
American warships took up
their blockade positions before
the President issued a formal
proclamation putting into effect
the quarantine" on offensive
arms he announced in hiu grim
.speech to the nation Monday
night.
Russia charged in a statement
handed to U.S. Ambassador Foy
Kohler that the United States had
taken a step along the road of
unleashing a thermonuclear
war. It gave no hint as to
whether Soviet bloc vessels would
try to crash the American block-.

ado.
Allies Support U.S.
At the same time, Ameren's
allies large and small began ral rallying
lying rallying behind the stern .stand tak taken
en taken by Kennedy.
West Germany was among the
first to endorse the blockade.
Britain accused Russia of decep deception
tion deception and lined up with the United
Slates in seeking swift U.N. Secu Security
rity Security Council action, but made no
comment on the blookode.
During the meeting of the
American states, the ambassador
of tiny Panama, Don Augusto G.
Arango, said his country would
proudly put its scant resources"
behind any joint action needed to
meet the threat.
Tension Increased
The air of tension heightened in
the capital- as the Soviet vessels
steamed through the Atlantic on
their collision course with the
blockading American warships.
Security precautions were tight tightened
ened tightened at the White House and
there was a step up in certain
civil defense activity.
While the nations civil defense
organization increased activity in
preparation for any nuclear at attack,
tack, attack, its moves were far short of
the goals set for any such emer emergency.
gency. emergency.

Next Few Hours
To Decide Crisis

By riHL NEWSOM
( PI Foreign Xe'"*'s Analyst
The United States challenge to
the Soviet Union was direct and
unequivocal.
At 7 p.m., Monday, Oct. 22, the
world entered a..state c.. crisis
unequalled since the start of
World War 11, and: as the. hours
pass there is no diminishing of
the tension.
It is up to the Russians now
whether the next few hours or.
days would see the start c: a nu nuclear
clear nuclear war.
President Kennedy stated it
clearly:
Any Soviet vessel attempting to
run additional weapons to Cuba
through the United States block blockade
ade blockade will be seized or sunk.
Assume Missiles Armed
Prom congressional leaders
briefed at the White House Mon Monday
day Monday came word that government
officials are proceeding on the
assumption that Russian missiles
now in Cuba are armed with nu nuclear
clear nuclear warheads.
But one congressman said the
missiles are understood to be un under
der under the control of Russian tech technicians,
nicians, technicians, not the Cuban forces of
Premier Fidel Castro.
There was no immediate indi indication
cation indication in Washington that U.S. re reserves
serves reserves would be called up at pres present.
ent. present. But Defense Secretary Rob Robert
ert Robert S. McNamara said the cur current
rent current crisis was the kind for which
Congress granted the President
authority to summon 150,000 men
from reserve and guard units.
While there is no immediate
plan to call reserve personnel,
McNamara said, We may do so
as the ''situation develops." Air
national guard pilots and special specialized
ized specialized naval reservists* appeared
most likely to be called first if
any are summoned.
State Guard
On Alert
ST. AUGUSTINE UPI
The Florida National
Guard is a little more
alert than usual but has
no plans to put its 8,000
men in uniform, Assistant
Adjutant Gen. Ralph
Cooper said today.
The Governor asked us
Monday to prepare for any
emergency but we are not
on a state of alert and
there are no plans to in increase
crease increase manpower, Coo Cooper
per Cooper said.
However, the Guard
might 4 4 step up training a
little, he said.
Cooper said practice a alerts
lerts alerts showed the Guard
could be put into uniform
within about two hours of'
a call. 44 We used to have
practice calls about once
a year, but we havent
done it lately in case we
alarmed someone he
said.
The Air National Guard
has a squadron of F-102
jet fighters. The Florida
Army National Guard
consists of parts of the
48th Armored Division
and the 51st Infantry Div Division,
ision, Division, and the 50th Quar Quartermaster
termaster Quartermaster Group.
Armaments include
tanks and armored per personnel
sonnel personnel carriers.

Missiles and their bases
in Cuba and capable of h;--V. r
either the United States (
Latin. American nation w.i v.
removed by whatever r.io
necessary.
Any missile fired fr< ;u
against any nation j n the v..
can hemisphere would be Vo.
garded as an attack by Re V
upon the United States nr. I -VV
tary retaliation would be V \
squarely upon Russia.
Decision Surprises WorM
It Was a United States d ;i
alone and it caught the v- n e ( ]
including the Russians, by : ur l
prise.
The unwavering force of the
announcement was designed to
remove any last lingerie bt
Soviet Premier Khrushchev : .t.
havfe about U. S. determinntim
'whether it be aggression in this
hemisphere or against Berlin or
any other of the United g; y
allies.
Britain quickly joined ti e levi levied
ed levied States in accusing the ?
of lying when they .-aid i>;vlrt
arms in Cuba were strictly of a
defensive nature. Britain, Ac '-a '-a-lia
lia '-a-lia and the Philippines ve r e
among the first to pledge vt
to the United States in the United
Nations.
There were indications eg
Mexico might change its v.Ud
about non-intervention in Cub a if
it were proven that the. S >viet
weapons in Cub a were for of fen
.sive purposes.
The United State.-,* said it had
plenty of proof in pictures ten n
by its high altitude planes,
firrman Endorse U.S.
West Germans who might hear'
the early brunt of Soviet re::'na re::'nation
tion re::'nation also endorsed the U.h, ac action.
tion. action.
French reaction was do
The Soviets reacted with ;
lomed bluster but screened th*/r
final intentions.
On Sept. 11. the Soviet no
agency Tans stated as an d
Soviet position that an attach wi
Cuba or upon Soviet ships b 1
for Cuba would mean war.
Tile Soviets said then it
no business- of the Uwvd
States what Russia shew- 1 w
Cuba.
On Tuesday they called a U
mg of Warsaw Pact lea del *"**?*'
ordered the u nit e d a
forces of the Communist. r'e!<-a o
alliance to increase their
and naval preparedness.
Beds Cancel Leaves
Tass reported eanccilaU a
all military leaves and p'-'i' ;u
ment of scheduled discharges e
some rocket troops, anthn: '
personnel and sailors of the A
marine fleet.
The Russians said that :
aggressors unleash war the U
Union will deliver the mights
retaliatory blow."
But they did not say whet.: :
they would Or would not at one
to run the blockade.
The U.S. challenge placed
Soviet Union in a position of hra hrailed.
iled. hrailed. alternatives.
Short of war, the Soviet Un:oi:
could expel the United States aw
bassador from Moscow and vs
draw its own representative u
Washington.
Such a course would render
ficult, if not impossible, any fa father
ther father direct talks between the t\.<
nations. On this point, the l-' O -* 1
dent seemed to .leave the d w
slightly ajar when he said:
Talks Still Possible
This nation is prepared '
present its case against this t
viet threat to peace, and our ov:
proposals for a peaceful worn
at any time and in any form
in the OAS. in the United ra rations,
tions, rations, or, in any other mee* >1;
that could be useful withnu
limiting our freedom of action.
Another possibility, also noty
by the President, could be an at
tack upon Berlin or in some < :*> ]
quarter. In this event, he warned
the United States would live
to it.s obligations.



Forestry Will Send
Staff toGa. Confab

The School of Forestry
will send several staff
members to various
meetings, workshops, and
conventions in the next
few weeks.
Members of the school
staff will attend the 62nd
annual meeting of the So Society
ciety Society of American For Foresters,
esters, Foresters, to be held in At Atlantai,
lantai, Atlantai, Ga., Octo. 21-24.
Dr. J. M. Willingham,
acting director, P. W.
Frazer, Associate Pro Professor
fessor Professor of Forestry, Char Charles
les Charles G. Geltz, professor of
Silviculture, Dr. C. M.
Kaufman, professor of
Silviculture, Don Post,
assistant professor of
Logging and Milling, and
Dr. K. E.Swinford, pro professor
fessor professor of Forest Manage Management,
ment, Management, will leave Sunday
October 21, for Atlanta.
Roger Eubanks, president
of the Forestry Club, and
25 students will also at attend
tend attend the meetings.
The theme of the meet meetings
ings meetings is Southern Forest Forestry
ry Forestry on the March.* Ten
subject division meetings
will be held on Tuesday
and Wednesday of the con conference.
ference. conference. Over 70 papers
will be presented on eco economics
nomics economics and policy, educa education,
tion, education, forest fires, forest

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management, forest pro products,
ducts, products, forest recreation,
forest wildlife, silvicul silviculture,
ture, silviculture, and watershed man management.
agement. management.
Dr. J. B. Huffman, asso associate
ciate associate professor of Forest
Products, will attend the
meetings of the American
Railways Cross Tie As Association,
sociation, Association, to be held in
Minneapolis, Minnesota,
Oct. 24 through 26. Dr.
Huffman will present a
paper on The Use of
Covers and Fans to Im Improve
prove Improve the Seasoning of
Oak Cross Ties.** This is
a report on athree-year athree-yearstudy
study athree-yearstudy made jointly by Dr.
Huffman and Don Post.
Dr. R. E. Goddard, asso associate
ciate associate professor of Forest
Genetics, R. K. Strick Strickland,
land, Strickland, and W. J. Peters,
instructors and research
assistants in forest gene genetics,
tics, genetics, will attend the meet meetings
ings meetings of the Forest Gene Genetics
tics Genetics Workshop of the So Society
ciety Society of American Fores Foresters
ters Foresters Forest Tree Im Improvement
provement Improvement Division, to be
held at the Georgia Re Research
search Research Council Center in
Macon, Ga., October 25
and 26. Strickland will
present a paper on
Crown Size Bole Vol Volumn
umn Volumn Regression Rela Relationships
tionships Relationships as a tool in se selection
lection selection of a phenotype.**
Peters will present a pap paper
er paper on Intra Specific Var Variation
iation Variation in Slash Pine Gum
Yielding Potential.**
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FR 2-93 (1, Room 128, after 7 p.m.
reward. (24-3 t-c).

UF Horticulture to Meet in Miami

Plans are being made by
the UF researchers for
the fifth anniversary of
the Florida State Horti Horticultural
cultural Horticultural Society meeting
in Miami Beach Oct. 30
through Nov. 2.
Taking part in the meet meeting
ing meeting will be horticultural
scientists in the UF Col College
lege College of Agriculture, the
Agricultural Experiment
Station, and the Agricul Agricultural
tural Agricultural Extension Division.

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The meeting will cover
virtually every area of
horticulture with special
emphasis on citrus, vege vegetables,
tables, vegetables, sub-tropical
fruits, ornaments, and
processing.
Awards in the form of a
medal and a certificate
will be presented to the
author or authors of the
most outstanding and'in and'instructive
structive and'instructive paper from all
the horticultural areas of

the Society by Dr. J. E.
Beckenback, Agricultural
Experiment Station dir director.
ector. director.
Jobs Available
Several jobs are now
available for qualified
students a s part time
clerks, typists, and wait waiters.
ers. waiters.
Interested students
should apply at the Student
Employment Office, 128
Tigert.

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The Florida Alligator Wednesday, October 24, 1962

Page 4

Proposed Revisions of the Student
Body Constitution:
Article L Sufferage & Elections
Section 104. Time of Elections
Delete the word fourth and add
the word sixth
Delete the word fifth and add
the word sixth. Add the words
Third trimester elections shall
be held on the sixth Thursday
after third trimester classes be begin.
gin. begin.
Article U. The Legislature
Section 202, Paragraph C, No. 2
Delete the word forty and add
the word seventy;
Section 205, Time of taking office.
Delete section 205 and add:
The members of the Legis Legislative
lative Legislative Council shall take office
two weeks following election.
Canvassing of election results by
the Legislative Council shall be
completed within this two weeks
period as provided elsewhere in
this article.
Section 210. Transaction of Bus Business
iness Business
Delete the words, of the Trea Treasurer
surer Treasurer of the Student Body
Article 111. The Executive.
Section 303. Time of taking off ice
Delete section 303 and add:
The officers shall officially take
office two weeks following their
election, provided that the Leg Legislative
islative Legislative Council has canvassed
and approved the election results.
Section 304.
Delete the word semester and
add the word trimester
Section 305. Vacancies
Paragraph 6Delete the word
two-thirds and add the words,
a majority
Section 306. Delete the words,
or SUMMER GATOR
Section 307. Administrative Off Officers
icers Officers
Paragraph C, Delete numbers 2,
3, and 4. Add Paragraphs N,
O, P, Q as follows:
N. Secretary of School Traditions,
whose duty shall be to:
1. Coordinate and promote pro projects
jects projects pertaining to school trad traditions.
itions. traditions.
2. Encourage a greater spirit
of unity on the University of
Florida campus.
O. Secretary of Social Affairs,
whose duty it shall be to:
1. Promote all social affairs
sponsored by Student Government
for the benefit of the Student Body.
2. Coordinate social activities
among the dormitory areas.
P. Secretary of Housing, whose
duty it shall be to:
1. Work with the Housing Off Office
ice Office of the University of Florida
in the interest of students living
in campus and off-campus hous housing
ing housing units.
2. Serve as a member of the
University Student Housing Com Committee.
mittee. Committee.
Q. Secretary of Traffic and Safe Safety,
ty, Safety, whose duty it shall be to:
1. Cooperate with the University
administration and area law en enforcement
forcement enforcement organizations with the
improvement of traffic problems
and promotion of safety measures
desirable to the University of Fl Florida.
orida. Florida.
2. Create and maintain the
honor bicycle program for the use
of the members of the Student
Body.
3. Aid in registration and ad adoption
option adoption of traffic laws for more
efficient traffic organization at
the University of Florida.
4. Serve as a member of the
University Traffic and Parking
Committee.
5. Promote all projects related
to campus safety and civil de defense.
fense. defense.
Delete the concluding paragraph
of Section 307, and add:
In addition to the regular Cab Cabinet
inet Cabinet outlined above, the President

Proposed Constitutional Revisions

of the Union Board of Student
Activities, Presidentoflnter Presidentoflnterfraternity
fraternity Presidentoflnterfraternity Council, President of
Panhellenic Council, President of
WSA, Chairman of Mens Pres Presidents
idents Presidents Council, Chairman of
Mayors* Council shall be ex-off ex-officio,
icio, ex-officio, nonvoting members of the
Cabinet and act as liaison officers
between student Government and
their respective organizations.
The officers named above shall
have the right to appear on the
floor of the Legislative Council
and debate but not vote and shall
at all times answer questions
from members of the Legislative
Council concerning their respect respective
ive respective departments and shall give
them free access to their files.
Taken together, these adminis administrative
trative administrative officers shall form a
Cabinet for the President.
Section 308. Delete the words,
and appointed in the same way
Section 310. Delete the words,
a budget and the word Bud Budget,
get, Budget, and add the words, any
Appropria Appropriaappropriations
appropriations Appropriaappropriations and appropria appropriations.
tions. appropriations.
Article V, Finance
Delete Sections 501, 502, 503,
k 504, and 505 and add the foll following,
owing, following, as well as an additional
Section 506
Section 501, Control of Student
Finances:
Student Finances shall be gov governed
erned governed by Student Finance Law.
The Student Finance Law shall
be enacted and amended by the
Legislative Council. The Pres President
ident President and the Treasurer of the
Student Body may veto amend amendments
ments amendments within a two week period
following approval. The Legis Legislative
lative Legislative Council may override the
Presidents or the Treasurers
veto by a two-thirds vote of
members present and voting at
the next regular meeting of the
Council.
The Student Activity Fee all allocation
ocation allocation shall be part of the Stu Student
dent Student Finance Law. This allocation
may be changed only by majority
vote of the Legislative Council
members present and voting at
two consecutive council meetings,
subject to veto by the President
or Treasurer of the Student Body
or by the President of the Univ University.
ersity. University. The Legislative Council
may override the Student Body
Presidents or Treasurers veto
by a two-thirds vote of members
present and voting at the next
regular council meeting. A veto
by the President of the Univer University
sity University may not be overridden.
Section 503, Definition of the
Student Body Funds.
Section 503, Definition of the Stu Student
dent Student Body Funds:
The Student Body Funds shall be
defined as the total of all monies
received by activities and organi organizations
zations organizations receiving funds from Stu Student
dent Student Activity Fees.
Section 504, Fiscal Control of the
Student Body Funds:
Student Activity Fees shall be
collected and held by the Univer University
sity University Cashier on registration of
each full time Student. The fees
shall be requisitioned only by the
Legislative Council through the
Treasurer of the Student Body.
All other Student Body Funds
received by the various organi organizations
zations organizations must be deposited with the
University Cashier and are sub subject
ject subject the requisition only by the
Legislative Council through the
Treasurer of the Student Body.
The Funds of the Student Body
shall be bonded by the University
Business Manager.
The Legislative Council shall
have complete control of disbur disbursement
sement disbursement of Student Body Funds in
accordance with the organiza organizational
tional organizational budgets as approved by the
Legislative Council. The Presi President
dent President and Treasurer of the Student
Body shall have the power to veto
any appropriations of the Legis Legislative
lative Legislative Council within two weeks

after approval by the council. The
Presidents or Treasurers veto
may be overridden by a vote of
two thirds of members present
and voting at the next regularly
scheduled meeting of the council.
Financial control of Homecom Homecoming,
ing, Homecoming, Athletics, Intramurals, and
the Florida Union shall be con confined
fined confined to budget approval.
The Legislative Council shall
have power to withhold Student
Body Funds going to any person
or organization for failure to
comply with the Student Finance
L aw, Student Body Laws, or pro provisions
visions provisions of this Constitution.
Section 505, Organizational Bud Budgets:
gets: Budgets:
Each organization allocated
funds, excepting special re requests,
quests, requests, from the Student Activity
Fee shall be chartered by the
Legislative Council. Each shall
submit a budget to the Legisla Legislative
tive Legislative Council as stipulated in the
Finance Law. A majority of Leg Legislative
islative Legislative Council members pre present
sent present and voting in two consecutive
regular meetings of the council
shall be necessary to approve a
budget. The President or Trea Treasurer
surer Treasurer of the Student Body may
veto any budget so approved with within
in within a two weeks period following
approval. T he Legislative Coun Council
cil Council by a two thirds vote of mem members
bers members present and voting may
Treasurers veto at the next reg regular
ular regular meeting of the Council.
These budgets must include each
organizations estimated income
from all sources.
Section 506, Surplus Funds:
At the end of the budget period
all unbudgeted and unencumbered
funds shall revert to the Student
Government Reserve Fund esta established
blished established for that purpose. Surplus
Funds of Chartered Publications
shall revert to the Publications
Reserve Fund.
The Student- Government Re Reserve
serve Reserve Fund may be apportioned
for approved projects by a ma majority
jority majority of members of the Legis Legislative
lative Legislative Council present and voting.
The President and Treasurer of
the Student Body may veto an ap approved
proved approved transfer within a two week
period after approval. T he Legis Legislative
lative Legislative Council may override the
Presidents and Treasurers veto
by a two-thirds vote of members
present and voting at the next reg regular
ular regular Council, meeting.
Disbursement of funds from the
Publications Reserve Fund shall
be subject to majority approval of
the Publications Financial Board
and a majority of members of the
Legislative Council present and
voting. Up to ten percent (10%) of
the Publications Reserve Fund as
of each September 1 may be dis disbursed
bursed disbursed in the ensuing year by
majority approval of the Publi Publications
cations Publications Financial Board.
The surplus funds of Homecom Homecoming,
ing, Homecoming, Athletics, Intramurals, and
Florida Union shall be exempt
from the provisions of this sec section.
tion. section.
Article VI. Publications
Delete Sections 601, 602, 603,
604, and 605 and add the fol following:
lowing: following:
Section 601, Publications under
Constitutional Jurisdiction:
All publications receiving funds
from the Student Body Budget de derived
rived derived from the Student Activity
Fee shall be chartered by the
Legislative Council.
Section 602, The Board of Student
Publications of the University of
Florida:
All Publications chartered by
the Legislative Council shall be
under the responsibility of the
Board of Student Publications and
subject to its policies.
Student members of the Board
of Student Publications shall be
recommended by the President of
the Student Body, nominated by
majority approval of the Legis Legislative
lative Legislative Council, and appointed by
the President of the University of

Florida.
Faculty members of the Board
of Student Publications shall be
appointed by the President of the
University of Florida.
Section 603, Publications Elec Electoral
toral Electoral Board:
All student staff positions of
publications chartered by the
Legislative Council shall be se selected
lected selected by the Publications Elec Electoral
toral Electoral Board as specified in the
individual charters.
The Publications Electoral
Board shall have the power to re remove
move remove the above staff positions for
cause by a two-thirds majority of
the full membership of the Pub Publications
lications Publications Electoral Board.
The membership of the Publi Publications
cations Publications Electoral Board shall be
as follows:
1. Members of the Board of
Student Publications
2. President of the Student Body
Section 604, Publications Finan Financial
cial Financial Board:
The Publications Financial
Board shall be responsible for
fiscal matters including budge budgetary
tary budgetary planning and subsequent bud budget
get budget modifications of publications
chartered by the Legislative
Council and shall recommend
such budgets and special requests
directly to the Legislative Coun Council.
cil. Council. Disbursement of funds from
the Publications* Reserve Fund
shall be subject to majority ap approval
proval approval of the Legislative Council
provided that up to ten percent
(10%) of the Publications Re Reserve
serve Reserve Fund may be disbursed
upon majority approval of the
Publications Financial Board.
The membership of the Publi Publications
cations Publications Financial Board shall be
as follows:
1. Executive Secretary of the
Board of Student Publications
2. Chairman of the Board of
Student Publications or his re representative
presentative representative
3. Student Business Manager of
Publications
4. Treasurer of the Student
Body
5. Chairman of the Legislative
Council Budget and Finance Com Committee
mittee Committee
6. Secretary of Finance
7. Chairman of the Legisla Legislative
tive Legislative Council Publications Com Committee
mittee Committee
Article VII. Summer Session
Delete Article VII
Article VIII. Freshman Council
Delete the roman numeral VIII
and add the roman numeral
V II.
Article IX. Impeachment, Trial
of Impeachment and Removal
from Office
Delete the roman numeral LX
and add the roman numeral
V III. Delete the first two para paragraphs
graphs paragraphs and add the following:
The Legislative Council shall
have sole power of impeachment
against any executive, legisla legislative,
tive, legislative, administrative or judicial
officer of any subsidiary organi organization
zation organization except those positions se selected
lected selected by the Electoral Board of
Student Publications on ground of
malfeasance, misfeasance, or
nonfeasance in office, by the con concurrence
currence concurrence of three-fourths of the
members present at a regular or
special meeting of the Legisla Legislative
tive Legislative Council.
The Honor Court shall have sole
power to try all impeachments
except those positions elected by
the Electoral Board of Student
Publications, operating under its
regular penal procedure and lim limitations,
itations, limitations, provided .such trials
shall be public. The authority of
the Honor Court in such trials
shall be limited to removal from
office, but the convicted party
shall remain liable to charges of
any violation of the Honor Code.

Article X. Amending Process
Delete the roman numeral x m
the roman nume'ral
Article XI. Oath of Office- To
Whom Given 10
Delete the roman numeral XI
and add the roman numeral X
Article XU. Enactment
Delete the roman numeral XII
and add the roman numeral
XI. Delete the words March
20 and add the words Novem
ber 3.
Profs Will Go
To lowa, Mont.
The Department of Ani Animal
mal Animal Science of the Col College
lege College of Agriculture sends
many representatives to
several conferences
dealing with genetics and
animal science and often
has representatives come
to the UF to consult.
Dr. Marvin Koger, pro professor
fessor professor of Animal Science,
is going to Miles City,
Montana November 21 to
review and evaluate pre preliminary
liminary preliminary results of a co cooperative
operative cooperative research pro project
ject project which the UF Agri Agricultural
cultural Agricultural Experiment Sta Station
tion Station has with Montana and
with the U.S. Department
of Agriculture on genetic
enviromental conditions
in beef cattle. They are
studying the effects of
climate on cattle perfor performance
mance performance and are exchang exchanging
ing exchanging and studying cattle
raised in Florida and
Montana.
Dr. H. D. Wallace, pro professor
fessor professor of Animal Science,
will go to Chicago October
24 to serve as a member
of the American Feed
Manufacturers Associa Association
tion Association committee on Feed
Survey. This committee
will estimate next years
needs for feed for live livestock
stock livestock in the United States.
This report is used by
feed personnel throughout
the country.
Dr. J. K. Lush, of lowa
State University, is con consulting
sulting consulting in the Department
of Animal Science for the
next three weeks. Dr.
Lush arrived October 15
and will leave November
5.
Submit Ford
Research 1963-64
Applications
Faculty applications foi
1963-64 Ford Foundation
Research Fellowships in
either economics or bus business
iness business administration
must be submitted and
received Tty the founda foundation
tion foundation by November 1.



UF Cuban Wants
To Invade Again

Jack (Pres. Kennedy)
woke up, so maybe you
wont see me next week,
said ex-Cuban invasion
fighter Alberto Cruz,
2UC.
Pm ready to go
- with the American sold soldiers
iers soldiers or Cuban patriots
that are over here.pro here.promised
mised here.promised Cruz.
I want to go to Cuba
now and slit Castros and
the Russians throat.
Blowing the Russians up
is too good for them. They
should have their throats
slit slowly, Cruz ex exclaimed.
claimed. exclaimed.
Cruz is one of three UF
students who participated
in the infamous Bay of
Pigs Invasion of Cuba on
April 17, 1961.
Cruz said that he went
to high school with some
of the prisoners up for
ransom by Castro. He
said the Central Intell Intellgency
gency Intellgency Agency and Ma Marines
rines Marines helped to train the
Cubans who attempted the
invasion in guerrilla war warfare.
fare. warfare.
Castro was up for sale
after his victory and the
Russians just popped up
and bought him. The peo people
ple people thought he was demo democratic,
cratic, democratic, exclaimed Cruz.
* I think the Cubans would
back the Americans, but
they wouldnt like it if the
U. S. took over like the
Russians did. he noted.
Cubans want Cuba for
Cubans. If they see for
sure the Americans are
coming they will fight.
But, they wont onhere onheresay.
say. onheresay.
SG Arranges Jax
Bus for Ga. Game
Student government has
made arrangements to
charter a bus for the stud students
ents students to ride to the Geo Georgia-Florida
rgia-Florida Georgia-Florida game Nov.
10 in Jacksonvilles Bowl.
Tickets are $3.50 each
and will be on sale Oct.
31. Tickets may be pur purchased
chased purchased in room 311 of the
Florida Union or any of
the tickets booths on cam campus.
pus. campus. The last day to buy
tickets will be Nov. 6th.

Point of departure for
the game will be behind
Tigert Hall in the park parking
ing parking lot at 10:30 a.m.
Trailways is provid providing
ing providing the buses and will
allow students to have an
on the road pep rally or
jam session.

Anyway, Im glad Jack
finally did something,
even if it wasnt soon
enough. Maybe hell do
something else, Cruz
siad.
Away From The
Drawing Board
American Institute of
Chemical Engineers will
hold its annual outing at
Goldhead State Park
Saturday.
The group will leave
Gainesville Saturday at 10
a.m. for a day of swim swimming,
ming, swimming, boating, hiking and
a picnic lunch.
UN Day
Feted Here
United Nations Day will
be observed on campus
today with a series of
lectures and speeches.
At 8 p.m. at the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist Student Center Dr.
James Pope, president of
the American Association
for the U.N. will speak
on the United Nations
and World Peace.
Dr. Pope served 10
years on the Point-4 pro program.
gram. program.
Following will be a
panel on the same subject,
comprised of University
College Dean Byron S.
Hollingshead, and Dr.
Oscar Svarlien, political
science professor.
Ivan D iamond, president
of the UF chapter of the
Collegiate Council of the
U.N. will serve as panel
moderator.
The public is invited
to attend.
China Wants
'Cease Fire
NEW DELHI, Wednesday
UPI -Communist China,
its troops driving daily
deeper into Indian terr territory,
itory, territory, called suddenly to today
day today for an end of the bor border
der border fighting and a meet meeting
ing meeting of the Chinese and In Indian
dian Indian heads of state to seek
a peaceful settlement of
their bloody dispute.

THINK YOURE GOOD?
E.J. BARRY TALENT ASSOCIATES
has limited openings for talented
fol.k and Jazz artists. If you think
you're good write;
E.J. BARRY TALENT ASSOCIATES
P.O. Box 2687, University Station
Gainesville, Florida

Flavet Parents
Irked at School
Bus Kid Stop
Flavet I residents are
perturbed with the Ala Alachua
chua Alachua Countys School
Board change in bus busboarding
boarding busboarding stops for their
children.
Until this month, Flavet
I children were picked up
for school on Radio Road
at the entrance to the vil village
lage village without having to
cross the road.
Children now have to
cross Radio Road at the
height of morning traffic
to catch the school bus.
So what if the school
board saves a few gallons
of gas a day. There is ab absolutely
solutely absolutely no explanation
for endangering the lives
of small children, said
Student Body Vice-Pres.
Hugh McArthur.
Flavet I Mayors Coun Council
cil Council Rep. Homer, Garner
said that the bus the kids
used to catch still pass passes
es passes in the same place every
morninge
Garner said he called the
transportation depart department
ment department of the county school
offices and they told him
that we have other pro problems
blems problems to cope with that
are more important.
There is no stop light,
policeman or pedestrian
crossing to aid the child children
ren children said Garner.
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Wednesday, October 24, 1962 The Florida Alligator

CAMPtjS COMfASS

Included in the weeks
activities:
WEDNESDAY
Florida Speleological
Society: FU 324, 7-8:30
p.m.
Deseret Club: FU 116,
118, 123, 210, 220,7-8:30
p.m.
Advanced Dance Les Lessons:
sons: Lessons: FU Social Room,
7 p.m.
URA: Discussion on
Human Relations, FU Oak
Room, 7:30-9:30 p.m.
THURSDAY
Sports Car Club: FU 12,
7-8:30 p.m.
Delta Sigma Pi: FU 220,
7-8:30 p.m.
Florida Christian Fel Fellowship:
lowship: Fellowship: FU 218, 7-8:30
p.m.
Americans For Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic Action: FU 212,
7-8:30 p.m.
Faculty Seminar: The
Problem of Savings, In Investment
vestment Investment and New Mon Money,
ey, Money, Professor M. A.
Anderson, Matherly Hall,
18, 3-4 p.m. Reception
for Forum, Johnson
L ounge, 8-10 p.m.
Emphasis Florida: FU
Auditorium, 8 p.m.
Art Lessons: F U Oak
Room, 7-11 p.m.
HEELS put on in 5 minutes
SOLES put on in 15 minutes
MODERNSHOE
REPAIR SHOP
across from Ist notional bank

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Starring PETER GRAVES with LITA MILAN.
DOUGLAS FOWLEY and introducing TIM CAREY
"POOR WHITI TRASH" WIU IE SHOWN AT
A Re-Release (with changes)
of 1?57 Movie "BAYOU" Mffif.OTwSp

FRIDAY
Chess Club: FU Oak
Room, 7:30-11 p.m.
Civil Air Patrol: 214
ROTC Bldg., 8 p.m.
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the
Brief
pause
The theatre will remain
dark at the close of this
motion picture. For a
short period. Few pictures
require such a pause at
the end. This one does.
Miracle
worker
.tarring
ANNE BANCROFT
and introducing
PATTY DUKE
Victor Jory w It Andrai I
Prina, Inga Swanaon and Kathlaan
Coroagya. Scraanplay by William Gib Gibaon
aon Gibaon baaad upon hia .taga play. Diractad
by Arthur Pann. Produead by Frad Coa.
Music compoaad by Roaan Roaanthal.
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The Florida Alligator Wednesday/ October 24, 1962

Page 6

Lettew to- tke EdMJf
from Dr. Reitz:
Dear Students and Faculty:
Here in Florida we feel even more acutely the
gravity of the situation resulting from this nations
action in placing Cuba in quarantine. It is our in inherent
herent inherent nature to rally in support of the nation in
times of crisis. Most of our faculty and staff and
many of our students have served in the armed
forces in war or in previous actions imperiling nat national
ional national security. At the present time we afe not
being called upon to repeat this service.
T hough I know that all of us stand ready to seve
as needed, I am confident that our greatest service
at this time can be to continue the work that is be before
fore before us at the University in a calm and deliberate
manner.
Dr. J. Wayne Reitz
University President

USF Purge 'Shocking

EDITOR:
To be very blunt, what
the hell is wrong with the
board of control?
The St. Petersburg
Times today announced
the suspension of another
University of South Flor Florida
ida Florida professorfor us using
ing using a textbook which con contained
tained contained a passage of poe poetry
try poetry which someone con considered
sidered considered obscene.
John W. Caldwell was
suspended a few weeks a ago
go ago follwoing charges
made by the Johns Comm Committee.
ittee. Committee.
Dr/ Sheldon Grebstein
was using a textbook in
his advhnced writing
class that is used in 35
American Colleges and
Universities. Are we to
assume that if other pro professors
fessors professors using this same

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text should accident accidentally
ally accidentally read this same
passage to their class classes
es classes they would become
suspect?
If the board of con control
trol control doesnt want students
they dont want beliefs and
ideals to change, it they
dont want students to
know that life is some sometimes
times sometimes dirty, sometimes
filthy, and often ugly then
they should lock all stud students
ents students in a closet and leave
them there.
Students can be ex expected
pected expected to sometimes ex exhibit
hibit exhibit y, immaturity, and
narrow mindedness, for
they are learning. I con condemn
demn condemn the board of con control
trol control for what I consider
a flagrant violation of
academic freedom.
M.A.W.

Office of the President
RE: Temporary Civil Defense Plan

Should it ever be necessary to utilize the following information remain calm and proceed
directly to your shelter area
(I) Fallout shelter space assignments:

STUDENT GROUP
Married students, on campus
Married students, off campus
Married students, commuting
Single men
Living in four-story permanent
buildings
Buckman Hall
Thomas Hall
Frames Halls R-S
Frame Hall G-D
Single men in fraternities located on
University Ave. west of 13th Street
Single men in other fraternities
Single men, off campus
Single women living in Rawlings,
North wing
Single women living in four-story
permanent buildings
Single women living in Grove Hall
Single women in sororities')
Single women, off campus f

The following general instructions apply to all buildings designated as
shelter areas:
A. Concentrate in buildings, corridors and room space below window sill level.
B. Avoid top floors of all buildings, and first floors at ground grade.
C. Use basements below ground, but avoid space at any windows.
(2) Supplies:
As a temporary measure, it is recommended that individuals accumulate their own
food and containers for water, in view of the possibility of an extended stay within the
shelter. It is anticipated that water will be available at the shelter to fill containers.
(3) Warning system:
In the event of an attack, warning will be given immediately through means of the
Conelrad system (640 and 1240 kilocycles) on all radio stations.

How Does Campus
Feel About Crisis?

Kennedys declaration of a quarantine on ship shipments
ments shipments of weapons to Cuba brought varied reactions
from students and faculty.

DR. HARRY KANTOR, a
specialist in Latin Amer American
ican American affairs of the Politi Political
cal Political Science Department:
I feel that we are on the
verge of World War 111,
which will be the greatest
tragedy since the human
race began. I attribute
this to a poor United Sta States
tes States policy of fostering
democracy throughout the
world in the past.
RAMIRO CEBALLOS,
Cuban student: I feel
that we are on the verge
of World War 111, and it
will start when we try to
stop the first ship from
entering Cuba. I prayed
for the first time in a long
time last night.
RAMON FUENTEVIL FUENTEVILLA,
LA, FUENTEVILLA, Cuban student: I
plan to have Christmas
dinner in Cuba because I
dont think anything will
happen. I think Russia is
afraid to do anything.
WALTER ROSENBAUM,
Political Science Profes Professor:
sor: Professor: I dont think we
have enough information

Student Survival Shelter Plan

to tell how serious the sit situation
uation situation is. I feel, however,
that the problem is not
merely fear of Russian
missiles in Cuba, but
something secret and
more serious that only
Kennedy knows about.*
DR. J. E. DOVELL,
Political Science Profes Professor:
sor: Professor: I feel that what we
are doing is two years too
late. But, because Kenne Kennedy
dy Kennedy hasnt called up the re reserves,
serves, reserves, I feel that the sit situation
uation situation is no worse than it
has been.**
DR. A. B. CLUBOK,
Political Science Profes Professor:
sor: Professor: I do not feel that the
Cubans really have war warheads
heads warheads in Cuba because I
dont think Russia is silly
enough to give them to
Cuba. Although I have no
crystal ball, I feel that the
situation is not serious
for this reason.

(ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN THE ALLIGATOR
IN DECEMBER OF 1961)

BUILDING
Leigh Hall (Chemistry)
Engineering
Stadium, office sections
2d, 3d, floor, same building
Sledd Hall, sections F, G, H
Fletcher Hall, s 2d and 3d floors
Tolbert Hall, 2d and 3d floors
Sledd Hall, sections A, B, C T
Main University Libary
Agriculture Library and Auditorium,
McCarty Hall
Main University Library
2d, 3d floors, Rawlings Hall, South wing
2d and 3d floors, same building
Broward Hall, 2d and 3d floors
Florida gymnasium, basement and locker areas

Svarlein
(Continued from P. I)
weapons is certainly a
provocative act on the
part of the Russians.
The quarantines im immediate
mediate immediate objective is to
deter such weapons to
Cuba. Whether this suc succeeds
ceeds succeeds will depend upon
whether or not the Rus Russians
sians Russians wish to retaliate
with force against this
inter-position by Ameri American
can American Armed Forces in the
Russian arms traffic to
Cuba.
*l think it is unlike unlikely
ly unlikely they will retaliate in a
measure that will provoke
all-out war, he said.
The consequences that
would follow from such
retaliation would be dis disastrous
astrous disastrous and result in a
general nuclear war of
inter-continental dimen dimensions.
sions. dimensions.
When matters get to
this point, international
law becomes irrelevant
because nobody pays any
attention to it.
He cited the old L atin
saying: Whenever arms
are taken up, the laws
are silent.



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By Jared Lebow, Gator Sports Editor
With the season half over, it is still impossible to
tell how good the Gators really are. In beating
Miss. State and losing to Georgia Tech, the Orange
and Blue were unimpressive.
For one quarter they played like world beaters
against Duke, but then faded to lose 28-21. In their
last two outings Florida rolled up impressive vic victories,
tories, victories, beating Texas A&M 42-6 and Vanderbilt 42-7.
This Saturday the Gators face their biggest test
of the season, when they journey to Baton Rouge
Louisiana to face the unbeaten LSU Tigers.
Against Vanderbilt the Gators appeared to have
dreached a peak. Coach Ray Graves called the game
the best offensive and defensive performance the
Orange and Blue have put on this season.
Os course there is a world of difference be between
tween between Vanderbilt and LSU. But the victory mar margins
gins margins that the Gators have rolled up in the past
two games have given the team and the students
renewed confidence. T hose who following the Duke
game were willing to write off this season as a
lost cause have begun to talk about a 7-3 or 8-2
record for the Orange and Blue.
Playing LSU in Baton Rouge is harder than giv giving
ing giving a pro-communist speech on campus. Here a
communist only has to contend with a 70 man leg legislative
islative legislative council. In Baton Rouge the Gators will
have to listen to the deafening roar of 67,000 scream screaming
ing screaming Bayou Baritones.
Last time Florida entered the unfriendly confines
of the house that Huey (Long) built, play was held
up for several minutes at a time while the fans
gave- a vocal imitation of rocket launching prevent preventing
ing preventing Gator quarterbacks from hearing their own sig signals.
nals. signals. Despite these unfavorable surroundings Florida
won 13-10.
L SU is famous throughout the South for its de defensive
fensive defensive pursuit and gang tackling. According to
Graves, the Tigers are coached by the whistle.
They go after the ball carrier with everything they
have until the whistle blows, then they stop.
There is some debate on this point. One wit re remarked
marked remarked In Baton Rouge its called pursuit, any anywhere
where anywhere else its called piling on.
LSU is a conservative team. Once they go a ahead
head ahead they have so much confidence in their de defense
fense defense that a pass is akin to heresy.
This confidence in the defensive unit is well found founded.
ed. founded. In five games this season the Tigers have yield yielded
ed yielded only two touchdowns and one field goal.
The Gators who have not tried to boot a field goal
all season, have begun work on that phase of the
game this week. Billy Cash, who kicked two against
the Tigers in 1960, has been slowed this season
by a sore knee. The knee is now completely heal healed,
ed, healed, and Cash has begun to kick again. According
to Graves, The field goal will probably be an im important
portant important factor is all of Floridas remaining games.
SECOND HALF
LSU begins the second half of Floridas ten game
schedule. Since the start erf the season the last
five teams the Gators face have expierenced a tre tremendous
mendous tremendous rise above pre-season expectations. All,
except Georgia, are among the nations top twenty
teams.

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Gator S|X>rls Writer
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which, by coincidence, our U. F.
team won. Also, the team went to
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Match. This December a trip is
planned to St Petersburg for the
slate championships.
THE CLI B has put on numer numerous
ous numerous exhibitions for vari ou s
organizations. Members of the
club even taught the Gainesville
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mester trimester for one to learrr the basics
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area league champion championships
ships championships Monday evening.
South 2 defeated Tol Tolbert
bert Tolbert 5 34-19. The champs,
down 3-2 after the first
quarter, rebounded to run
away with the fine
away with the final three
frames. Jim H all was the
leading scorer for South
with 11 points, seven com coming
ing coming on foul shots.
Brown got off to a 16-2
first quarter lead in their
game with Grango section
and never was headed in
their 34-25 win. John Pal-

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William Rogers and Lar Larry
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The Florida Alligator Wednesday / October 24, 1962

Basketball Season To Start Soon

By Ron Spencer
Gator Sports Writer
Its D-D ay minus 35
for Coach Norm Sloan and
his 1962 version of the
Florida Basketball team.
The countdown began last
Monday with the beginn beginning
ing beginning of official practices
and ends Friday night,
November 30, when the
Gators clash head on with
Miamis Hurricanes in
the opening game of the
62 cage season at Miami.
Between now and D-
D ay, Sloan has the task
of molding a winning SEC
bill club capable of lick licking
ing licking such conference op-
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ponents as reigning
champion Mississippi
State, perennial power powerhouse
house powerhouse Kentucky, Auburns
snarling Tigers and the
resurging Wrecks from
Georgia Tech.
In addition, Sloans club
meets tough Miami, Tex Texas
as Texas T ech, FSU, and West
Virginia in non-con non-conference
ference non-conference clashes. The
schedule has been termed
possibly the roughest
ever played by a G ator
basketball team.
What does Sloan him himself
self himself feel about F loridas
chances of having a winn winning
ing winning season and improving
the fourth-place SEC fin finishes
ishes finishes of the past two sea seasons?
sons? seasons?
Without hesitating to
glance again at the 19-
62-63 season schedule ly lying
ing lying on top of his desk, the
popular head Gator bask basketball
etball basketball coach mused:
Most interesting sche schedule.
dule. schedule. It will really take
some doing to improve
upon our fourth place
conference finish of last
year. In fact, he con continued,
tinued, continued, it will be rough
just holding on to fourth
place. Basketball gets
better every year, parti particularly
cularly particularly in the SEC, Sloan
asserted. Its a tough
league.
We always expect a
good club (at Florida),

Sloan continued, butthis
team will be made up pri primarily
marily primarily of inexperienced
players. T hen Sloan
went on to name his re returning
turning returning lettermen, around
which the 1962- 63 team
will most probably be
formed.
Tops on his list of re returning
turning returning vets was Tom
Barbee, 6-4, 200 pound
senior forward from
Weaverville, N.C., who
caught fire in the late
stages of the last season
to finish with a 10.7 season
scoring average. Barbee
hit for 19 points against
Vanderbilt, bombed Geo Georgia
rgia Georgia Tech for 26, and sank
32 against the Georgia
Bulldogs.
Carlos Morrison, 6-3,
215-pound senior forward
from Huntington, West
V irginia, leading return returning
ing returning vereran with the high highest
est highest scoring average.
Morrison bombed the nets
for an 11.2 ppg average
last winter. Taylor
Stokes, 6-4, 175-pound
junior and a graduate of
Tampa Hillsborough re returns
turns returns at forward after
scoring 8.9 points a game
last winter. Buddy Bales,
5-10 senior guard
from Beckley, West Vir Virginia,
ginia, Virginia, rounds out the list
of returning lettermen.
Sloan, however, made it
clear that neither of these

lettermen or anyone
else for that matter
has a starting position
sewed up.
Every spot on this club
is wide open,* he began,
* as much or more so than
any other year in the
past.
O ne of the big ques questions
tions questions to be considered of
course is that of who will
replace Luyk (star Gator
center Cliff Luyk), as asserted
serted asserted Sloan. Sloan nam named
ed named Bill Koss, 6-8 pivot
man from Bridgeport,
Ohio, along with 6-8, 240-
pound Bob Hoffman from
Chicago, and 6-7, 230-
pound Monty Highly of
Oklahome City as his list
of candidates for the job.
It is from this three threesome
some threesome that Sloan will pro probably
bably probably pick a successor to
to Luyk, the 6-8 ace who
paced the Gators in scor scoring
ing scoring last year with a 21-
point-plus average. L uyk
recently signed a bonus
contract with the New
York Knickerbockers of
the National Basketball
Association.
Were not blessed with
depth this year, Sloan
added. There are only 13
men on the varsity club.
Sloan seemed optimistic
over guard prospects
Brooks Henderson and
T om Baxley, two promis promising
ing promising back court men who
were red-shirted last
year after transfering
from New York Univer-
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sity and Maryland, re respectively.
spectively. respectively. Henderson, a
Coral Gables exservice exserviceman,
man, exserviceman, average 19.2 as a
NYU frosh starter, and
Baxley, a North Miami
product, led the nations
freshmen in scoring with
a spectacular 30.2 ppg
average as a Baby Ter Terrapin.
rapin. Terrapin.
other aces up Sloans
sleeves include 6-6 for forward
ward forward R ick Tomlinson
from Wheeling, West Vir Virginia,
ginia, Virginia, leading Baby Gator
scorer last season, 5-10
guard Donny Mason who
heralds from the Bronx,
6-5 Richard L eibewitz of
Jacksonville, and Gaines Gainesvilles'
villes' Gainesvilles' Lanny Sommese, a
5-10 guard. >
Concerning the early
practice sessions, Sloan
declared there were no
suprises.
Everyone is in good
shape, the amiable
coach added. He en encouraged
couraged encouraged all team mem members
bers members to do some outdoor
running before Oct. 15
practices began, but left
up to the individual
players.
Theyre a very con conscientious
scientious conscientious group, and are
in pretty good shape,
Sloan added.
Does he have any pre predictions
dictions predictions concerning the
way he figures his team
will fare this year? No,
but Sloan, who is pre presently
sently presently in his 12th year of
college coaching de definitely
finitely definitely feels that the
Gators will be in for some
rough and tough basket basketball
ball basketball games.
Most press stories
have been far to opti optimistic
mistic optimistic so far for this time
of year, he began.
Starting on November 30
with Miami, we will be begin
gin begin to find out. IDO have
confidence in the club, but
not the over whelming a amount
mount amount expressed by some
writers. I just havent
seen enough of the club!
To back up his theory
that Florida is in for a
rough schedule this year,
Sloan noted that four
Gator opponentsTexas
Tech, West Virginia,
Wake Forest and Ken Kentucky,
tucky, Kentucky, were all in the
ncaa tournament last
year.
Turning to the South Southeastern
eastern Southeastern Conference,
Sloan acknowledged the
self evident power of
Mississippi State and Ad Adolph
olph Adolph Rupps Kentuckians,
then praised an Auburn
team that has everybody
back, including five red redshirted
shirted redshirted players.
These three clubs,
predicted Sloan, will be
three of the top teams in
the nation.