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Vol ,55, N 0.27 University of Florida, Gainesville Friday, October 26, 1962

SG Planning CD
Hour Alert System

In coordination wsth lo local
cal local and national civil de defense
fense defense preparation in the
event of a nuclear attack,
Student Government is
organizing a system
which will be able to
alert 60-70 per cent of the
Student Body within one
hour after notification.
The purpose of the warn warning
ing warning system is to notify
students as soon as poss possible
ible possible so they will have time
to prepare for any emer-r
gency.
The alert system is com comprised
prised comprised of fraternity and
sorority presidents, and
dormitory and married
village representatives
who in turn would inform
people in their areas.
Communications would
be by telephone, but could
work by work of mouth.
Student Government said
it is now compiling an in information
formation information sheet of what
students should do and
where they should go for
protection against fallout.
As soon as the booklet
is completed, it will be
disseminated to the Stu Student

IFC Volunteers to Help Med Center Get Blood

In reply to a de defense
fense defense Department re request
quest request to increase the
Health Center blood
supply by 20 per cent
within the next lj.B
hours because of the
Cuban crisis, the IFC
has urged fraternity
men to donate if
eligible*
The IFC opened its
an nu al blood bank
drive this week vol volunteering
unteering volunteering its efforts
to aid the Health
Center build up its
supply.

dent Student Body, possibly with within
in within the next two or three
days. In case of an emer emergency
gency emergency before the infor information
mation information is completed, all
available data will be
passed on immediately.
Fallout protection ma material
terial material will not be given out
in partial form to avoid
confusion.
All campus civil de defense
fense defense measures by Stu Student
dent Student Government are be being
ing being coordinated with Col.
Robert G. Sherrard Jr.,
newly-appointed UF civil
defense consultant.


Warning Test Slated Saturday

The UF and tne City of Gainesville will stein,
test their civil defense warning systems The AAU? termed the policies a threat
Saturday morning about 11:30. to accreditation cf the state f s univer
Col. Robert G. Sherrard, UF civil defense cities.
consultant, said the purpose of the tests In ie unprecedented action, the group
is to determine how far the warning systems asked assistance from the national AAUP.
can be heard, and to permit technicians to Pres. Seymour block said that the AAUP
make any necessary adjustments. links the suspension of p rof. Orebsteln
The UF warning system consists of an el- 'ith the directive adopted last Friday
ectrqnlc siren and a public address system :ie car *d of Control,
mounted in the Century Tower. The system Orebstein was suspended by USF Presi Presiwill
will Presiwill be operated by remote control. cent John Allen over the weekend

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... IFC President is first to donate blood

Sherrard is now invest investgating
gating investgating the feasibility of
obtaining food and water
sources to supply 14,000
students and their fami families
lies families for a prolonged peri period
od period of time. Other factors
under study are possible
duration of stay in shel shelters,
ters, shelters, traffic control and
the final type of alert sys system.
tem. system.
As it stands now, stu students
dents students will have to obtain
enough non-spoilablefood
and water to provide for
several days.

Army Colonel Named
Defense Consultant

Col. Robert G. Sher Sherrard,
rard, Sherrard, Jr., has been ap appointed
pointed appointed UF consultant on
Civil Defense Pres. J.
Wayne Reitz announced
today.
The consulting post was
established, Pres. Reitz
explained to improve and
further develop the cam campus
pus campus plan for for Civil De Defense.
fense. Defense.
A 1935 graduate of the
United States Military
Academy, Col. Sherrard
retired from the Regular

'Were Safest Here
"Gainesville is Colonel Sherrard
probably one of the said yesterday that
safest places in Flo- Gainesville is one
rida in case of nuc- the safest places
lear attack, if not .
one of the safest in Florida because
places In the United c^ose
States/' any vital areas.
AA UP Asks Probe
Os Board Smut Policy
Ihe UF chanter of the American Associ Association
ation Association of University Professors Friday
asked the Southern Association of Coll Colleges
eges Colleges and universities to investigate re recently
cently recently adooted Hoard of Control policies
concerning obsceneties in textbooks and
teaching literature.
It also condemned the susnension of U.
of South Florida Prof. Sheldon N. Greb

See Page Three

Army in August of this
year. He is a graduate
of the Air War College,
Maxwell AFB, Ala., and
the National War College
Ft. McNair, Washington,
D. C.
During World War 11,
Col. Sherrard served as
Plans and Operations
Officer and Chief of Staff
of the 42nd Infantry Di Division.
vision. Division. From 1959 un until
til until 1961 he was Chief of
Staff of the Infantry
School, Ft. Benning, Ga.

Chairman John Phi Phifer
fer Phifer asked fraternity
men to call the Blood
Bank at PR 63211 ex extension
tension extension to de determine
termine determine if they are
eligible to donate,
and to notify the
bank if they are
coming*
Phifer said persons
who have had hepati hepatitis
tis hepatitis or yellow jaundice
should not donate*
Donation times are
8 a.m. to 9 pm. on
weekdays, and 1 to 9
p*m. on Sundays.



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The Florida Alligator Friday, October 26, 1962

Pharmacists Travel

In the next month, the
College of Pharmacy will
be sending representa representatives
tives representatives to several conven conventions
tions conventions and will send lec lecturers
turers lecturers to speak to various
groups all over the United
States, and in many for foreign
eign foreign countries.
Dr. E. R. Garrett was
president of the Latin A American
merican American conference on
Physical Pharmacy,
which was held in Buenos
Aires, Argentina. Dr.
Garrett will be traveling
to Berlin this month for
another conference on
Physical Pharmacy.
Dr. Werner Lauter, pro professor
fessor professor of Pharmecutical

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to Egypt to set up a re research
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Dr. L. G. Gramling,
head of the Pharmecutical
Chemistry Department of
the College of Pharmacy,
has been listed in the new
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recently published.
A National Institute of
Health grant for $40,000
has been obtained by Dr.
L. B. Kier and Dr. M. J.
Fregly, of the College of
Pharmacy for research
on Compiling and De Depression
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phur Sulphur Compunds.

No Air-Conditioning Until 1963
. i
Says Grounds Chief Greene

Rumors of completely
air conditioned class classrooms
rooms classrooms as one advantage of
the trimester system are
unfounded for the present
time anyway, Plant and
Grounds Director Calvin
C. Greene said.
Greene said the matter
will not be brought before
the state legislature un until
til until the 1963 session. If
approved, plans would
have to be made and con contracts
tracts contracts let. Earliest start starting
ing starting date would be late
1963, he said.
The project will take
several years using sev several

eral several legislative appropri appropriations,
ations, appropriations, Greene said.
The high cost of the pro project
ject project will require it to be
done in phases.
Next summers enroll enrollment
ment enrollment under the trimester
will give officials some
idea of the extent of the
problem Greene said.
Plans are to air condi condition
tion condition first those buildings
used most during the
summer session, he said.
Asst. Housing Direc Director
tor Director Thomas Carpenter
said all future dorms
would be air-conditioned
throughout. Contrary to

popular belief, the new
dorms at Florida state
University are not Lr
conditioned, he said.
The University of South
Florida in Tampa is the
first state university to be
completely air condition conditioned.
ed. conditioned.
lt was a smaller school
and was air conditioned
when it was built, p
Neil Webb, architect to
the Board of Control
said. 1
They did not face the
problems of existing
structures and a larger
campus.



Southerners Urge
Exile Invasion
ATLANTA (UPI) Monbc of
Congress from the South backed
the Kennedy administrations
firm policy i n the Cuban crisis
Wednesday, forecast that it will
not lead to war and urged full
U. S. support for an exile govern government
ment government invasion of the island.
Thirty six members of the
House and Senate from Southeast Southeastern
ern Southeastern states were given an off-the off-therecord
record off-therecord briefing on the Cuban situ situation
ation situation by State and Defense De Department
partment Department officials who then flew
to Fort Worth, Tex., for another
of the five regional congressional
talks.
Rep. John W. Davis (D-Ga.)
told a reporter the briefing dis disclosed
closed disclosed that construction of medi medium
um medium range missile sites is pro proceeding
ceeding proceeding despite President Kenne Kennedys
dys Kennedys warning that all such sites
must be dismantled.
One of the outspoken advocates
of an even firmer position was
Rep. William C. Cramer tR-Fla.)
whose Tampa-St. Petersburg dis district
trict district now has more than 6,000
Cuban refugees.
Cramer said some Floridians
already a re leaving the state and
urged the U. S. government to
restate in- terms that all can
understand that we will use mas massive
sive massive retaliation against Russia
should missiles in Cuba be used
in anger.
Cramer advocated immediate
recognition of a Cuban govern government
ment government in exile and full U. S. sup support
port support for a n invasion of the island
by refugee Cubans.
The Bay of Pigs invasion fail failed
ed failed because it had no support and
that was the beginning of the
trouble we are now in, Cramer
said.
Cramer a nd numerous other
congressmen forecast that a de determined
termined determined show of muscle by the
U. S. is the best deterrent to
war.

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Florida Ready
For Emergency
TALLAHASSEE. Fla. (UPI)
Gov. Farris Bryant flew to Wash Washington
ington Washington Thursday for a first-hand
report from defense officials on
the exact effect of the Cuban
crisis on'Florida.
/ Before leaving, Bryant released
h statement to newsmen praising
Floridians for their quiet prepara preparation
tion preparation for any emergency without
panic, declaring, Today. I find
no evidence of hysteria.
He emphasized the state is well
prepared for any T contingency,
with a strong civil defense sys system,
tem, system, a statewide communications,
system and a National Guad
which has undergone special
training.
Our citizens recognize that
though we live close to Cuba, the
image of freedom we create for
the enslaved peoples there pre presents
sents presents a far greater danger to
Castro than his weapons to ns.
Reds Advance
Again in India
Chinese Communist troops in bit bitter
ter bitter fighting overwhelmed the
mountaintop monastery- town cf
Tawang, where the Dalai Lama
once sought sanctuary from the
Communists, a spokesman an announced
nounced announced Thursday.
The occupation Wednesday o.f
the 350-year-old holy Himalayan
village, where 600 monks wii!i
shaven heads had lighted butter
oil lamps and chanted prayers
against the Godless invaders,
was the Chinese Communists
biggest victory in their border
war with India.

We shall never surrender, In Indian
dian Indian Prime Minister Nehru told
his Congress Party Thursday in
the wake of the Communist ad advance.
vance. advance. Irrespective of frequent
reverses and setbacks, we -will
strengthen our defenses and pre prepare
pare prepare for final victory."

Shortly after the fall of Tawang
was announced, the Communist
New China News Agency broad broadcast
cast broadcast a speech by Lo .Jui-ching,
senior general of the Chinese
Army, urging India to accept the
cease fire plan offered by the
Chinese government Wednesday
and supported by Russia.
Nehru said the Reds had mass massed
ed massed 30,000 troops along Jhe border
of the North East Frontier Agen Agency
cy Agency (NEFA) before attacking. He
stressed the need for strengthen strengthening
ing strengthening the countrys defense.
i, fc
Laos Tull Out
Claimed by Reds
VIENTIANE. Laos (UPI]
Communist North Viet Nnm has
assured Laos that its troops have
left Laotian territory and has in invited
vited invited international inspection to
prove it, Laotian Premier Prince
Souvanna Phouma said Thursday.
Souvann a said he had brought
up the question of troop with withdrawal
drawal withdrawal during his talks with Viet Vietnamese
namese Vietnamese Communist leaders.
He said North Vietnamese For Foreign
eign Foreign Minister Pham Vn n Dong
gave me his governments as assurances
surances assurances that none are loft pa
Laos) and that the North Vietna Vietnamese
mese Vietnamese government asked th? t t l 'o
International Control Commission
(ICC) be invited to throw a com complete
plete complete light on the situation and
remove all doubt.

Friday, October 26, 1962 The Florida Alligator

France Alerts Armed Forces

PARIS UPI) France put its
armed forces on alert Thursday to
be ready for action should ttie
Cuban crisis spread to Europe.
No. 2 alert orders went out
to French forces after a half-hour
meeting of the Defense Council
under the chairmanship of Presi President
dent President Charles De Gaulle.
A No. 2" alert is the f na!
state before general mobilization.
It includes preparing lists of key
reserve officers who would he re recalled
called recalled to the colors at once in
case of general mobilization.
French air force units, particu particularly
larly particularly those in the Rhe'cns and Di Dijon
jon Dijon regions of eastern France,
were ordered to stand by for a
possible full* alert. Similar orders
were flashed to airborne troops
and marine units. _
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The Florida Alligator Friday, October 26, 1962

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paintings by Florida art artist
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Building X.
The exhibition is open to
visitors 9-12 a.m. and
1 to 5 p.m.
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SOCIALLY
SPEAKING
All seems quiet on the
social front this weekend.
Tonight the Delts are
having a social with Tri-
Delta sorority. Sunday
they will hold initiation.
Last Sunday the Tekes
celebrated the initiation
of five neophytes with a
banquet at University Inn,
including the newly ini initiated
tiated initiated brothers, pledges,
and the older brothers and
dates.
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plete complete with beatnik cos costumes
tumes costumes will be the scene
tonight as Jennings Hall
girls socialize with Gra Graham
ham Graham area students.
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Re-examine The Lark.,
Just A Postscript

A very late curtain (sup (supposedly
posedly (supposedly the curtain was to
go up at 7:30 but an extra
half hour was allowed for
late arrivals) resulted in
a very frazzled reviewer c
Please Dr. Zimmerman,
if you want professiona professionalism
lism professionalism in the reviews, lets
have professionalism in
the theatre. Curtain time
means, The play starts
now, not in thirty min minoooooo
oooooo minoooooo 000000000000000000000000
o
FIRST NIGHTFR 8
8 0
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utes.
Margaret Kaler you
did not sound like you be belonged
longed belonged in My Fair
Lady. C omparing you
with Julie Andrews ins instead
tead instead of Julie Harris was
the fault of a loud rendi rendition
tion rendition of I Could Have
Danced All Night.
Further, I was so over overjoyed
joyed overjoyed that my poison
pen would not have to be
too venomous that I fatu fatuously
ously fatuously forgot to give the
plot of the play.
Generally the story in involves
volves involves the trial of Joan
of Arc after some nine
months of imprisonment
under the auspices of the
church. The English are
now calling for an end to
it all. The Church has
accused Joan of being a
witch.
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of France against their
captors the English,
Anouilhs interpretation
of her trial is almost
Faulknerian. Joan takes
the court and the audience
with her into the past and
offers insite into suppos supposed
ed supposed commentary of the
present and future.
Notes must be made on
the most outstanding fea feature
ture feature of the production productionthe
the productionthe sbt.
Via the use of a portable
stage, some good lighting
ideas and neer-do-well
technicians, all the scene
changes are done through
lighting. The actors re remain
main remain on stage till the very
end.
Although this is not a
new idea, the set itself
withjts lark like sha shape
pe shape and symbolic church
spires enhance all the ac action
tion action onstage.
There is one further
comment that must be
made about the produc production.
tion. production.
The choice of individuals
to fill the roles in a play
such as this is a delicate
operation. It should have
been handled with kid kidgloves,
gloves, kidgloves, so to speak. How However,
ever, However, someone must have
had on mittens when they
chose some of the lesser
characters in the produc production.
tion. production.
Lumping the lesser play players
ers players into a whole one can
generally quote King
1 Claudius from Shakes Shakespeares
peares Shakespeares Hamlet and say,
Their words flew up.
They were terribly hol hollow.
low. hollow.
Realizing that all these
little things could add
up to a big nothing, how however,
ever, however, I must congratulate
the main players on their
performance it lifted
the play up and over into
the realm of good enter entertainment.
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T! M II I
IN THE DARK
I > I I I i l

Audience RapportPart of Mouiegoing

By Fred Schneider
Theres a one-sided en entertainment
tertainment entertainment picture for
this weekend.
Its thumbs-up for the
Florida. Their offering
- The Miracle Worker.
The story is about Hel Helen
en Helen Keller and her first
teacher who pierced the
soundless black wall in
order to bring Helen into
the world of reality.
Emotional, deep, and
very depressing. How However,
ever, However, the stunt that the
Florida Theatre is play playing
ing playing by waiting a moment
in darkness after the show
is through is really
cheap.
They could get the same
effect by building an alter
on the stage so that every everyone
one everyone can thank God after
this production that they
didnt have the cross to
bear that Keller did or
better yet they could have
just passed out blindfolds
if this is the low form of
effect they were trying
for.
Really, this type of
thing for a college crowd
is absurd. After all the
years that the Florida
Theatre has been in Gain Gainesville
esville Gainesville youd think that
theyd realize who theyre
dealing with.
At the State theyre a
little more sensible. They
realize what type of crowd
theyre dealing with
thats why they have the
police at the midnight
show.
However, their movie of offering
fering offering for this weekend is
in unbelievably bad taste.
There isnt a home game,
there is nothing planned
on campus except the Club
Rendezvous and they
offer Tarzan goes to In India,
dia, India, otherwise known as
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toes. Tomatoes.
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Alpha Delta Pi won the
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nails right up to the elbow.
If you have better taste
youll start a campaign to
wipe out the cultural bli blight
ght blight that has settled over
UF and Gainesville.

Sigma Chi. Most origi original
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Alpha Omicron Pi and
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Skit awards went to
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Greeks who won float
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Friday, October 26, 1962 The Florida Alligator

Mary Dresses Up Players

By FRED SCHNEIDER
FEATURES EDITOR
Costumes just dont
happen, according to
Mary Stephenson. Mary
is a Florida Players con constumer.
stumer. constumer.
She puts in a full day as
part of her assistantship
and often her nights trail
on into the early morn mornings.
ings. mornings.
Mary had a talent for
sewing before she came
to UF. She considers this
lucky, since it got her
a theatre assistantship.
COMING HERE FROM
Kent State University
Mary was coaxed into at attending
tending attending UF by the wife of
Dr. John Kirk, professor
of speech. Mrs. Kirk had
been Marys roommate at
college.
Mary admits she often
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ers Players production.
Mary claims she never
expected to get a B. A.
and now she is working on
her M. A. Somebody up
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alligator
editorials
common cents
Students who are in the Reserves and who are
concerned about the possibility of being recalled
to active duty, can take comfort in the knowledge
that the University follows an eminently fair po policy
licy policy in regard to granting credit for work. Forms
would be submitted to professors for their re reccomendations
ccomendations reccomendations as to whether full credit, partial
credit, or no credit should be granted to an an
activated student. This recommendation would be
held on file until the student returns to the uni university.
versity. university. At that time decision would be made and
acted upon. If the student attended another college
the recommendations would be photostated and sent
uponf request to the students or the university.
IN REGARD to the policy of granting a refund or
some other provision concerning monies payed in
tuition, the university does not have any. From the
point of view of the student who is called upon by
Uncle Sam to represent his friends and neighbors*
in Cuba or Berlin, losing the tuition works an ec economic
onomic economic hardship on him since he will have to fork
up another sll3 upon returning to college. Some
system of prorating the amount of tuition to be
paid by those returning from the service should
be extablished on the basis of the amount of time
left in the trimester in which they were called back.
Another possible alternative that would ease the
problem would be some provision by the U.S. govern government
ment government to subsidize them for the money lost in tui tuition
tion tuition when they were taken out of school. Assum Assuming
ing Assuming that there is no full scale wa r and conse consequently
quently consequently no re-creation of a G.I. Bill to subsidize
veterans education, such a provision would only
be right, and just, and proper.
ONE HUNDRED and thirteen dollars is not a great
deal of money, but to those who have to live on
Army pay and perhaps support a family as well,
coming up with that much money for tuition can
cause a hardship. It is expecially annoying if they
received no credit or only partial credit for courses
during the trimester they were forced to leave.
D.H.

The Florida
Alligator

Bill Curry
Managing Editors Jack Horan
David Lawrence Jr., David West
Business Manager Gary Burke
Sports Editor Jared Lebow*
City Editor Ben Garrett
Features Editor Fred Schneider
Wire Editor Moryanne Awtrey
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Coed Life Editor Becky Qu.nn
Assistant Business Manager J a V Fountain
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Ned Clayton, George Gardner, David Bertowitzv.
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Sharon Smith. Public Relations and Personnel.
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LETTERS
Lets Be
Ready for
Next Crisis
Editor:
About a year ago a big
hullabaloo was made a about
bout about family fallout shel shelters
ters shelters and for a few months
everybody was very ex excited.
cited. excited. But the world situ situation
ation situation remained quiet, and
today most fall-out shel shelter
ter shelter builders are out of
business, and most fami families
lies families are without shelters.
TWO DAYS ago Presi President
dent President Kennedy spoke to the
nation about a topic of vi vital
tal vital national importance,
and once again, everybody
is excited. Today, many
people wish they had bou bought
ght bought fall-out shelters mon monthis
this monthis ago, and were pre prepared.
pared. prepared. It is a little late to
try and build shelters now
for the crisis that con confronts
fronts confronts us at this time. We
could be wiped out today
or tomorrow, and we have
little effective defense.
But there is a chance that
THIS TIME the crisis will
not erupt into all-out nuc nuclear
lear nuclear war, and it is in this
event that we have a chan chance
ce chance to do something.
What does a fall-out
shelter cost in dollars and
cents? Is this small a amount
mount amount not worth it when
we consider saving our
lives and the lives of our
children? The spoils of a
nuclear war will be few,
and it has been said that no
nation could win. But sci science
ence science has proven that we
can survive. That is we
can survive if we are pre prepared.
pared. prepared. And if we survive,
so will our heritage, and
our values, values for
which our ancestors gave
their lives.
I REPEAT, it may not be
too late! But it most as assuredly
suredly assuredly will be if we do
not take action now.
Jeffrey Lassman, lUC
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Crisis Doesnt Bother Him,
Hes Going to Keep Studying

Editor:
One commonly hears two
views aired on the occa occasion
sion occasion of a suicide. One view
is that it must take an aw awful
ful awful lot of courage, the oth other
er other that a great deal of co
wardice is a must. You
seem to me to sit on the
latter side of the fence.
For some of us that book
report i s neither more
nor less important than
the island of Cuba, the
U.S., the U.S.S.R, or the
whole Earth itself. I can
see no consequences rea reaching
ching reaching to infinity if we blow
ourselves up completely,
and surely the only sleep
lost will be our own (For
most of us that would not
be a great loss anyway).
I doubt seriously that the
cosmos will suffer irre irreperable
perable irreperable damage if we dis disappear

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appear disappear in a cloud of radi radiation-infected
ation-infected radiation-infected smoke.
The cowards are going
home where they are no
safer than they would be
here. The cowards are
buying beer by the case at
the Burger House. Per Personally,
sonally, Personally, I will be studying
for a C-5 test when I fin finish
ish finish this letter.
I fully expect to take a
test tomorrow, listen to
the game Saturday night,
and spend Christmas at
home. But I assure you
that I will lose little sleep
worrying about whether
or not Christmas ever
gets here.
Ron McDaniel, 2UC
(EDITORS NOTE: Your
letter parallels our edi editorial
torial editorial stand Thursday.)



UF Swimming Team Seeks
Bth Straight SEC Crown

The University of Flor Floridas
idas Floridas swimming team,
Southeastern Conference
Champions for the past
seven seasons, began
practice last week in
pursuit of an unpre unprecedented
cedented unprecedented eight title in as'
many years.
Bill Harlan 5 in his first
term as head swimming
coach, Thisteam
has the potential of be being
ing being one of the finest
squads in the country.
The man who guided the
Gator mermen to their
last three titles be before
fore before stepping down to the
position of diving coach
this fall, Buddy Crone,
echoes Harlans praises.
We have a lot of good
boys back from the 1962
squad, Crone noted.
Eleven returning letter
men should give us a good
nucleus to work with.
Major losses from last
years squad were two twotime
time twotime All American diver
Steve Mcride and the
other 1962 co-captain, in individual
dividual individual medalist Bill
Cullen.
Senior Terry Green of
Miami, and Eddie Reese
from Daytona Beach will
co-captain the 1963 squad.
Green is a free-style
middle distance swim swimmer,
mer, swimmer, while Reese special specializes
izes specializes in the breast-stroke.
Reese, along with a another
nother another senior, Jeff Or Oromaner
omaner Oromaner of Jacksonville,
gives the Gators one of
the strongest breast breaststroke
stroke breaststroke duos in the area.
Oromaner was one of the
several Florida swim swimmers
mers swimmers invited to the
NCAAs national meet
last spring.

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Commenting on his
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pects prospects in the upcoming
season, Harlan conclud concluded,
ed, concluded, After last season, we
claimed to be the top
swimming team in the
South. This year we will
go all out to defend that
claim.
The Gator swimmers
open their season January
10, against the University
of Georgia team in the
Florida pool.
Independent
Block Seats
The drawing for inde independent
pendent independent block seating at
the Nov. 3 game with Au Auburn,
burn, Auburn, will be held at 4:00
p.m. Monday afternoon in
Room 311 of the Florida
Union. A picture ID or
non student date ticket
must be presented for
each ticket received.

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Friday, October 26, 1962 The Florida Alligator

Freshman Go After Second Win;
Face Miami In Kiwunis Tilt

Fresh from a 28-14 vic victory
tory victory over Georgia, Flor Floridas
idas Floridas Freshmen team will
meet the University of
freshmen Friday
night in the Orange Bowl.
Its the annual Kiwanis
Charity game, with the
freshman teams from Mi Miami
ami Miami and Florida facing
each other for the fifth
time in the series. Both
teams have won twice.
The baby Gators came
from behind Saturday
night in Athens, Ga., to
notch their opener in fine
style.
Quarterback Bruce Ben Bennett
nett Bennett of Valdosta, Ga., and
halfback Jack Harper of
Lakeland were the top of offensive
fensive offensive guns for the Baby
Gators*
Bennett directed the Ga Gators
tors Gators in fine fashion thru,
the opener. Down 7-0 in

the third quarter, Bennett
connected with Harper on
a 64-yard scoring pass passplay
play passplay to get the Gators on
their way.
Harper scored Floridas
fourth TD on a 1 36-yard
run.
Marquis Baeszler, hard hardrunning
running hardrunning halfback from At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, Ga., had two TDs
Saturday night and ran
well. Fullback Ray Byrd
of Quincy also ran hard.
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Gator Crew Invades LSU Tigers

By Ron Spencer
Gator Sports Writer
orood ship U.S.S,
Florida ails into the ene enemy
my enemy haroor of Baton Rou Rouge
ge Rouge Saturday and will at attempt
tempt attempt to throw up a block blockade
ade blockade around one of the fin finest
est finest football teams in the
nation, the LSU Tigers.
Tiger Stadium will be
the scene for the eight
oclock battle of South Southeastern
eastern Southeastern Conference foes
and a sell-out Homecom Homecoming
ing Homecoming crowd of some 65,000
is expected to witness
wbat Gator fans hope will
be a repeat of the 1960

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Gator-Tiger tussle.
That, if you remember
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that rookie Coach Ray
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upset the favored Bayou
Bengals of then head Coa Coach
ch Coach Paul (Army-bound)
Dietzel 13-10 on the
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Few fans probably re remember
member remember that the Bengals
entered that game with a
1-3 record, but finished
strong with a 6-6 tie a against
gainst against undefeated Ole

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BILLY CASH
Miss and four consecutive
victories. The Gators
went on to post a 8-2 wind windup
up windup record.
Biggest LSU threat is
6-2, 195 pound White
Team left halfback Jerry
Stovall, who runs, catches
passes, punts, kicks off
and boots extra points and
field goals, and does all
very effectively. Com Comparable
parable Comparable to Techs Billy
Lothridge, Stoval last
year finished sixth seven seventh
th seventh in the SEC rushing race
with 405 yards in 65 carr carries
ies carries and was fourth in the
league in punting. This
fall hes again near the top
of thepack in both depart departments.
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Other potent LSU threats
include 175-pound Go Goteam
team Goteam Quarterback Lynn
Amedee and 18 5-pound
White Team field gener general

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Prime targets for these
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Two Toms Shannon
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Sophomore Fullback
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when he asserted:
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Well be up for LSU,
he continued. We were
up too high for Georgia
Tech, but now we are
mentally and physically
fit. Well be more than
ready Saturday night.
Baton Rouge is a long
way from Gainesville, but
good news travels fast.
And if Ringmaster Ray
Graves and his crew
tames the Bengal Tiger
Saturday night, Farris
Bryant may have to call
in the militia to restore

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order to Gatorland.
Next year is here. A
victory over LSU in
Tigertown could supply
the needed momentum.
Soccer Team
Meets Italians
The UF soccer club will
be going after win num number
ber number 35 in a row, when they
meet the top notch Italian
team from the cruiser
Garabaldi.
The game will be held
on Fleming Field, which
is adjacent to Florida
Field. Kickoff is at 10
a.m. for the Orange and
Blue who so far this
season have beaten the Ft.
Stuart soccer team twice
and FSU team 8-1.
The Garbaldi team is
one of the best in Italy,
where soccer is as pop popular
ular popular as football is in the
United States.
Gator Sports
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At 6:05 tonight, radio
station WRUF will pre present
sent present a special program on
the UF sports scene. The
show will feature Gator
Sports Editor Jared Le Lebow
bow Lebow and assistant sports
publicity director George
Solomon.