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Vol. 55, No. 31 University of Florida, Gainesville

NCAA I
Gives
UF
Wrist
Slap
-See Page 7

Door Open for Student
Discounts By Merchants

UF Students can look
forward to discounts in
at least 11 consumer and
service areas second tri trimester.
mester. trimester.
Don Denson, secretary
of student activities, said
Wednesday he has receiv received
ed received favorable response
from 30 Gainesville mer merchants
chants merchants on the proposed
Student and Faculty Dis Discount
count Discount Program.
Denson sent over 300
letters to Gainesville
merchants at the beginn beginning
ing beginning of October asking for
there reaction to the dis discount
count discount program.
We have received en encouraging
couraging encouraging replies from
restaurants, grocery
stores, furniture stores,
sporting goods dealers,
mens and womens cloth clothing
ing clothing stores, jewelry sto stores,
res, stores, beauty and barber
shops, and service

Appeal for the New Peel

Applications for editor
and four managing editors
of the New Orange Peel
magazine will be accept accepted
ed accepted until next week, by the
Board of Student Publi Publications,
cations, Publications, located in the
Florida Union Basement.
No prior experience is
necessary, but a 2.0 aver average
age average is required.

USF Profs Will
Relate Johns Probe

Could the Bottom Drop Out?

Could the bottom drop
out of the UF campus?
It may seem so, since
the campus rests on a
foundation of limestone,
which is water-soluble
and not stable.
Dr. H.K. Brooks, who
makes a study of rock
strata, believes that we
need not fear the campus
will sink through because

stations, said Denson.
We expect to arrange
discounts in many more
areas by the start of the
second trimester, said
Denson.
However, not all mer mer
mer rfn rfnm
m rfnm tK?'
DENSON

The Board will select
the editors within the next
two weeks to head the ma magazine
gazine magazine which will fill the
vacuum left after the de demise
mise demise of the Orange Peel
and Scope.
The magazine will con contain
tain contain four sections
humor, literary, feature,
and opinion essay.

The visible effects of
this limestone are the
several sinkholes which
Dr. Brooks refers to as
solution depression re resulting
sulting resulting from water dis dissolving
solving dissolving the limestone. 1
between us and the lime limestone
stone limestone is 120-foot layer of
insoluable sand and
clay.

chants are in favor of the
unprecedented program.
Downtown merchants in
particular are opposed
becuase merchants on the
fringe of the campus off offering
ering offering discounts may lure
the students, who would
not want to walk down downtown.
town. downtown.
A letter of opposition
to the program was re received
ceived received from the Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Chamber of Com Commerce
merce Commerce was received by
Student Government.
When the program goes
into effect next trimes trimester
ter trimester students will be able
to obtain discounts at the
participating stores by
presenting student identi identification
fication identification cards. Faculty
members may participate
by showing their faculty
cards.
A Student Government
brochure listing partici participating
pating participating stores and their
discount rates will be dis distributed
tributed distributed to faculty and
students at the beginning
of the trimester.
Student Body President
Bill Trickel said he was
pleased with the response
of the merchants.
4 4 We will have reports
in from our discount re representitives
presentitives representitives Thursday,
said Denson, and will
have-more information on
the progress of the pro program
gram program in the next few
weeks.

Thursday, November 1,1962 8 Pages This Edition

Alligator

A direct report on the
investigation of faculty at
the University of South
Florida will be presented
by three USF professors
to a meeting of the Amer American
ican American Association of Uni University
versity University Professors (AA (AAUP)
UP) (AAUP) tonight at 8 in the law
school auditorium.
AAUP vice-president
John DeGrove said the
purpose of the program is
to hear a firsthand re report*
port* report* on what went on
during the Johns Commit Committee
tee Committee investigation on the
USF campus last sum summer.
mer. summer. He said it should
help the UF decide how UF
professors would rights
in case the investigators
should return to the UF.
USF professors to speak
are Don Harkness, social
studies professor and
past president of the USF
chapter of AAUP; Robert
Warner, chairman of the
American Ideas course;
and Dean Edward Martin
of the College of Basic
Studies.
The professors will lead
discussion on such ques questions
tions questions as What are our
rights in a legislative in investigation?
vestigation? investigation? and What al alternatives
ternatives alternatives does a faculty
member have when he is
requested to testify be before
fore before an investigation
committee?
The case of Dr. Sheldon
Grebstein, USF assistant
professor of English will
also be considered at the
meeting. Grebstein was
suspended by USF Presi President
dent President John S. Allen recent recently
ly recently following a complaint

Rain Blamed for
Poor Turnout

at Polls
A poor turn out was re reported
ported reported at the polls yester yesterday
day yesterday as constitutional re revisions
visions revisions went up for stud student
ent student ratification.
Secretary of the Interior
Joel Sachs yesterday
blamed the poor turnout
on the rain and urged

involving a textbook usee
in Grebstein* s advanced
writing course. DeGrove
spoke of the suspension ar
a threat to the responsi responsibility
bility responsibility of faculty to choose
its own material and said
it is perhaps the great
est threat to faculty rights
and responsibilities.**
Grebstein was suspend suspended
ed suspended pending a faculty com
mittee investigation.
A resolution drafted b
the AAUP Executiv
Committee will be pres presented
ented presented to the UF chapte
for approval tonight. Th
resolution commends th
state Board of Control so
their declaration
month that The Board o;
Control is the proper body
to receive, investigate
and take action upon any
and all complaints direct
ted toward or against th:
institutions under its au authority.
thority. authority.
The resolution state,,
that the UF chapter c
AAUP also urges upon th
Board of Control the ad
option of the following po policy
licy policy and procedures:
When allegations arc
made to the Board of Con Control
trol Control that impugn the re reputation
putation reputation or loyalty of a
faculty member, the
board shall immediately
refer these allegations to
the President of the em
ploying institution, an \
the President shall the
refer the case for inves investigation
tigation investigation and finding of sac;
to a committee establish
ed for that purpose by th
Senate of the employin *
institution.

students to go to the polk
today in order to assure
the required 25 per cent
turnout to pass or defeat
the revisions.
Polling places include
the Student Service Cen
ter (Hub), Library, Math
erly, Norman, Fletcher,
Broward, Jennings, Tql~
' bert, Hume and Engineer
ing.



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The Florida Alligator Thursday, November 1,1962

Nehru Ousts Merton

NEW DELHI KUPI) Prime
Minister Jawaharlal Nehru
v/ednesday bowed to a storm of
protest over India's 'shocking
military unpreparedness in the
border war with Communist Chi China
na China and ousted American-beiting,
bussian-liking V. K. Krishna Mell Mellon
on Mellon as minister of defense.
A government announcement
. aid Nehru will take over the de defense
fense defense ministry in addition to his
current posts as premier and for for
for ign minister. Krishna Mer.cn, C 5,
. as demoted to minister cf de defense
fense defense production in a move effec effec.ive
.ive effec.ive Thursday.
Military sources said Indias de defenses
fenses defenses were in a shocking state
because of Krishna Menons un unv.illingness
v.illingness unv.illingness to make plans for or
ven to believe in the possibility
.f Chinese aggression. They said
ven UJ3. arms shipments might
le delayed because the Indian de defense
fense defense department had no coher coherent
ent coherent plans for a buildup.
Remains In Cabinet
Krishna Menon remained in the
cabinet but it appeared to be the
* ad of the line for the fiery, long longhaired
haired longhaired ascetic.
Krishna Menon, who will be in
charge of gearing the Indian
economy to a war footing,
has had little power since Nehru
. nnounced last week he would be
responsible for all defense af affairs.
fairs. affairs. But demands for his resig resignation
nation resignation increased and Nehru.acted.
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His fate appeared sealed Mon Monday
day Monday when the U.S. Embassy an announced
nounced announced .that Nehru had asked
for American military assistance
a direct reversal of Krishna
Menons growing tendency to lean
toward the Soviet Union for sup support.
port. support. Final action came at a
meeting Wednesday.
The series of military setbacks
along a 1,000-mile stretch of the
border was the result of what one
diplomat said was a procure procurement
ment procurement program which wouldnt do
credit to a boy scout troop. Gen.
P. N. Thapar, chief of staff,
blamed the setbacks on a lack of
firepower, and too few men.
Krishna Menon, defense minis minister
ter minister for the past five years, failed
to transform what military men
called a good World War I walk walking
ing walking army into a modern force.
The troops in Ladakh and on the
northeast frontier area were
armed with 50-year-old bolt action
Enfield .303 rifles against the lat latest
est latest automatic weapons the Com Communist
munist Communist world could produce.
Military Leaders Resign
Krishna Menon was so unpopu unpopular
lar unpopular with the military that in 1559
the commanders cf the army,
navy and air force handed in
their resignations as a pretest

What Shape Is World In

CAPE CANAVERAL (UPI)
A U.S. winking star satellite
made a successful rocket leap
into space Wednesday to help
scientists of many nations find
out exactly what shape the world
is in.
The 355-pound moonlct, named
Anna, was hurled into an orbit
about 700 miles above earth by a
two-stage Tbor-Able-Star rocket
launched at 3:08 a.m. EST.
Anna has one major goal to
serve as a reference point in

against interference and his pen penchant
chant penchant for putting his own men in
key jobs regardless of ability.
Nehru persuaded them to remain.
The demotion came during a
lull in large-scale border fighting
and as each side was building up
for new clashes. The United
States has promised military aid
and U.S. planes are scheduled to
begin flying in the needed weap weapons
ons weapons and ammunition this week.
A Defense Department spokes spokesman
man spokesman said Wednesday was the
quietest since the undeclared bor border
der border war broke out. Only two ex exchanges
changes exchanges of fire were reported in
the past 24 hours. One was an
artillery duel at Jang, five fivemiles
miles fivemiles southeast of the captured
monastery town of Towang near
the Nepal border. The bother
also was in the northeastern area
near Walong.
The spokesman said tempera temperatures
tures temperatures were plummeting in the 15,-
000-fcot high battlegrounds in the
Himalayas. F.g had no information
as to whether the Chinese were
taking prisoners or killing cap captives.
tives. captives. but caid if v. eve taken
any prisoners they are very few.
He described seme of the fighting
as close-in.

space in a sl2 million program
to find out the precise shape of
earth. This will enable carto cartographers
graphers cartographers to make the most accur accurate
ate accurate maps ever charted.
Waiting For Setting
Scientists hoped to put toe
satellite to work within about four
days by remotely triggering ra radios
dios radios and high-intensity light
beacons in the satellite. They are
waiting that long to allow the
moonlet to settle firmly in its or orbit.
bit. orbit.
The problem they are trying to
solve was uncovered when earlier
artificial satellites discovered that
the earth Is not truly round, but
somewhat pear-shaped.
This was a distressing revela revelation
tion revelation to mapmakers who found that
their elaborate charts, plotted, on
the basis of a more or less round
earth, didnt, quite fit a pear pearshaped
shaped pearshaped one. Some spots on their
maps are believed to be as much
as several hundred feet off.
Before new calculations can be
made to improve this situation,
scientists must know the exact
shape of the globe. They must
have a atarting point the pre precise
cise precise center of earth.
Enter Anna
This is where Anna, from its
lofty' perch in space, comes in.
Anna is held in its orbit by
gravity. But since this puli var varies.
ies. varies. the satellite too will vary in
its path. The task is to find out
just how much and where.
Based on what they already
know, scientists can calculate
where Anna should be at any giv given
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U Thant Ends
Cuban Talks
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (UPI)
Acting Secretary General
Thant concluded his Caribbean
peace talks with Cuban Premie*.
Fidel Castro in Havana Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday without indication of immedi immediate
ate immediate agreement.
Raid Bent
Cubans Stopped
MIAMI (UPl)Customs agents
stopped a weather-beaten c;ibin
cruiser here Wednesday and ar arrested
rested arrested 10 armed Cuban exiles
who apparently were bound for a
raid on Cuba.
Carbines. automatic pistols,
2,000 rounds of ammunition,, com communications
munications communications equipment an number of knapsacks filled with
jungle clothing were seized when,
the 32-foot boat was stopped on
the Miami River in the heart of
the city.
They were apparently bound
for Cuba/' said Supervising
Agent Joseph A. Fortier.
The exiles refused to talk.
Fortier identified them as mem members
bers members of the Second Escambrey
Front, a group that formed in
Cubas Escamorey Mountains
several years ago to fight Ful Fulgencio
gencio Fulgencio Batista.
The group fled Cuba several
months after Fidel Castro took
over.
DeGaulle Says
He Wont Quit
PARIS (UPI) President
Charles de Gaulle Wednesday de declared
clared declared that he regards last Sun Sundays
days Sundays referendum as positive
endorsement by the people and
that he has no intention of re resigning.
signing. resigning.
The statement quashed any
lingering hopes by De Gaulles po political
litical political opponents that he might
tep down because less than half
of the electorate supported him
in the vote.
It v.as De Gaulle's first public
comment on the referendum in
which he staked hi s post and
prestige by warning in effect:
Vote for me or I quit.
Reds Blew Up
Venezuelan Oil
CARACAS. Venezuela (UPI)
The Venezuelan government an announced
nounced announced Wednesday the capture
of mo. of a Commu Communist
nist Communist sabotage ring which blew up
parts of three American owned
oil complexes in Maracaibo Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday.
An Interior Ministry commu communique
nique communique said the captured men were
numbers of the Communist party
or the neo-Communi.>-L Movement
of the Revolutionary Left (MIR).

Briefly
Speaking
STAGE DEMONSTRATION
TOKYO (UPl)Five hundred
students, many -of them members
of the militant left-wing Zenga*
kurn Society, staged a peaceful
demonstration Wednesday againsj
American policies in Cuba. Tue.
students made no effort to ap approach
proach approach the U.S. Embassy.
OLD FASHION CLEANING
LONDON (UPI) Dr. W. :.
Mathews, dean of St. Pauls Ca Cathedral,
thedral, Cathedral, said Wednesday the ca cathedral
thedral cathedral will receive its first clean cleaning
ing cleaning in 250 years. Only "water and
elbow grease" will be used to re remove
move remove grime one inch thick ih
some plaices.
DENIES ARREST CHARGES
PftQM PENH, Cambodia (UPI)
Premier Norodom Kanton Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday denied charges by
Thailand that 81 Thai traders
have been lured into Khmer trib tribal
al tribal territory and arrested as in invaders."
vaders." invaders." Thailand made the
charge to United Nations officials
investigating the dispute between
the two countries.
TRAIN CRACKS RECORD
Tokyo (Upd An electric
train being developed to speed
service between Tokyo and Osa Osaka
ka Osaka in time for the 1964 Olympics
was clocked Wednesday at 127
miles an hour, a new Japanese
record.
ASKS TIGHTER SECRECY
BONN i(UPI) NATO Command Commander
er Commander Gen. Laruis Norstad has asked
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer to
order stricter secrecy ih Bonn
government offices, authoritative
sources raid Wednesday.
SUB TENDER RETURNS
GLASGOW, Scotland (UPI)
U.S. Polaris nuclea| submarine submarinetender
tender submarinetender Proteus returned Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday to Holy Loch, It had been at
sea since last Wednesday.
CHQLERA KILLS 125
MANILA (UPI)A cholera epi epidemic
demic epidemic has killed 125 persons in
Western New Guinea (W es t Iran*
since Sept. 30, the western Pacific
office of the World Health Organ Organization
ization Organization reported Wednesday.
VICAR TOO RELIGIOUS
SMIETHWICK, England (UPI'
The Rev. W. J. Peter Boyd,
vicar of St. Pauls Church here,
said Wednesday a poll showed
that most of his parishioners be believe
lieve believe he is too religious.



AEC Gives $19,000
X-Ray Machine to UF

An X-ray machine, cost costing
ing costing $19,000 was install installed
ed installed in McCarty Hall last
week.
The machine, a gift of
the Atomic Energy Com Commission,
mission, Commission, will be used in
experiments to observe
the effects of radiation
exposure on living tissue.
Dr. Alan D. Conger,
professor of radiation
I biology, is currently
measuring the effects of
radiation on plant cells,
and will begin using the
machine in his classes
Survey Shows
Reading Could
Help Dropouts
Approximately five per
cent of the students who
will drop out of school
this trimester would not
do so if they had attended
the Reading Clinic ser services
vices services offered by theUF
according to the head of
the reading clinic, George
D. Spache.
A follow-up survey of
100 freshman students
was the evidence of his
statement.
A specially selected
group of a hundred fresh freshmen
men freshmen in the lower third
percentile of their class
was chosen for this sur survey.
vey. survey. The students were
matched by their grades
in high school, Senior
High School placement
scores, and freshman
placement exams.
The students were divi divided
ded divided into two groups of
fifty students each. Half
of the students went to the
reading clinic. The other
group did not.
CLASSIFIED
GIRLS: We can help you earn extra
money by selling Luzier lovely
Christmas gifts and cosmetics. Call
Lois Williams, FR 2-6045. (29-2 t-c).
RIDE WANTED to Chicago area. Two
riders will share expenses. Can leave
Gainesville 3 p.m. Nov. 21, return
24th or 25th. Please contact Rod
McKenzie, Box 453, Florida Southern
College, Lakeland, Fla. (29-4 t-c).
PIANO taught in your own home
($2.00) or at studio ($1.50).
Classical or popular, class or private.
Phone 3 7 2-0651. (30-st-c).
FOR SALEI9S9 Renault Dauphine.
Call Larry Levitan, FR 2-9190.
(29-51-32-0-
SIX HOUR Thanksgiving express bus
to Miami. $n cost. Leave Nov. 21.
6:50 p. m Tolbert area. Call
576-9289. Jaik Rabin. (31-lt-P).

when it is ready for use
in a few days.
Dr. Conger exposes
seeds to radiation under
varying conditions, plants
them and compares the
effects in mature plants,
r He has found that the en environment
vironment environment during ex exposure
posure exposure to radiation is an
important factor in the
damage present in the
mature plant.
For example, seeds ir irradiated
radiated irradiated in the presence
of oxygen show three
times as much damage
during maturity as do

Dairy Day To Host 250

The UF will host appro approximately
ximately approximately 250 Florida
dairymen for their Annual
Dairy Field Day Program
this Thursday and Friday.
The program is spon sponsored
sored sponsored by the Agriculture
Extension Division and
the UF Dept, of Dairy
Science.
Extension Dairyman
T. W. Sparks said the pro program
gram program is an effort to bring
*i

Fallout Falls Indiscriminately

The phone rang in the
Alachua County Civil De Defense
fense Defense office the day after
President Kennedys Cu Cuban
ban Cuban Blockade speech.
The caller was a negro
woman. She wanted to
know if she would be al allowed
lowed allowed to use the fallout
shelters in case there

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those exposed in a va vacuum.
cuum. vacuum.
Before coming to theUF
in 1958, Dr. Conger ex-*
perimented with the pro process
cess process of transplanting bone
marrow for radiation
protection in animals.
Bone marrow, which is
largely responsible for
the manufacture of blood
cells, often becomes con contaminated
taminated contaminated during irradia irradiation.
tion. irradiation. In some cases, the
victims life has been
saved by transplanting
marrow from a noncon noncontaminated
taminated noncontaminated source.

together the dairymen of
Florida so they can learn
how to solve some of the
problems facing them.
This is a form of adult
education that most UF
students are not aware of.
The program is part of a
plan to keep people in informed
formed informed of agricultural
advancements even
though they are not in
school, said Sparks.

was an atomic attack, or
if they were reserved for
white folks.
She was assured that
Civil Defense facilities
were not reserved for any
certain race, and would be
handled on a strict first
come-first serve basis.

Thursday, November I, 1962 The Florida Alligator

Quantum, Medicare
w 9
, s
Speeches Are Tonight

Prof. H. V. Mclntosh,
who is working on a Quan Quantum
tum Quantum Theory project, will
present a speech entitled
The Programming Lan Language
guage Language to the Mathema Mathematics
tics Mathematics Colloquium.
Prof. Mclntosh will
speak Thursday in Walk Walker
er Walker 102 at 4 p.m.
Each month a faculty
member of the depart department
ment department of Mathematics pre presents
sents presents a lecture to the o other
ther other faculty members and
the public.
Graduate students in the
mathematics department
are expected to attend.

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Dr. Harry L. Walker,
Gainesville physician,
will address the UF Young
Republicans Club Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night on the contro controversial
versial controversial Medicare pro program.
gram. program.
The meeting will be held
at 7:30 in room 116 of
the Florida Union. All
interested persons are
invited to attend.
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The Florida Alligator Thursday, November I, 1962

Page 4

Now Breathe
Deeply, Jocko

Marcela Cruz Crary has
spent the last two months
watching monkeys breath.
Mrs. Crary is a resear research
ch research assistant at the Agri Agricultural
cultural Agricultural Experiment Sta Station.
tion. Station. Previous to this ex experiment,
periment, experiment, Mrs. Crary
spent six months analy analysing
sing analysing monkey excretions.
The present experiment
is being made to measure
Jie respiration of mon monkeys.
keys. monkeys. This is used to det determine
ermine determine their basic meta metabolism.
bolism. metabolism.
Rhesus monkeys from
he colony of 45 that is
;ept at J. Hillis Miller
Medical Center are used
in the experiment.
One monkey at a time is
used. The monkey is not

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fed for 12 hours before
the test is run. It is then
put into a cage with a light
and a two way mirror.
The amounts of oxygen
and carbon dioxide are
measured over a period
of time and these amounts
are used to calculate the
basic metabolism.
This is just basic re research
search research that is used for
nutrition research stud studies,
ies, studies, said Mrs. Crary.
Police Will Check
Traffic Dangers
Local law enforcement
officials will meet with
UF Police Chief Audie
Shuler Tuesday to obser observe
ve observe traffic conditions in the
married villages at the
request of Student Gov Government.
ernment. Government. If any recom recommendations
mendations recommendations for practical
changes are needed, they
will be directed to the uni university
versity university traffic and safe safety
ty safety committee.
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Girls Shoot
While ROTC
Wins Match
Two UF rifle teams fir fired
ed fired this weekend, one for
real and one for experi experience.
ence. experience.
Florida Girls Rifle team
fired an orientation* 1
9
match to prepare for fu future
ture future rifle matches, ac according
cording according to Florida Rifles
Coach Capt. R.L. Curtis.
The girls fired a four fourposition
position fourposition match with .22
caliber rifles between
themselves to get ac acquainted
quainted acquainted with firing 10
rounds of ammunition in
10 minutes.
The girls fired prone,
sitting, kneeling and
standing, down by the
sewage plant where the
TJF range is located. A
lecture on safety was giv given
en given them.
Postal matches by mail
are planned for the girls
team in the near future,
according to Curtis.
Florida Rifles, the UF
Army ROTC team, de defeated
feated defeated Georgia State by a
score of 1,379 to 1,358
last week in a shoulder shoulderto-shoulder
to-shoulder shoulderto-shoulder match.
Three positions were
fired, prone, kneeling and
standing. The match was
held at the UF rifle range.

Sticky Cattle Feed
Problem For Engineers

An experiment to end
sticky feed and bring
increased automation to
the farming industry is
presently being conducted,
in the UF Agriculture En Engineering
gineering Engineering laboratory.
According to assistant
agricultural engineering
Joseph B. Richardson, the
sticky feed problem is
a universal one and has
been a block to feeding
farm animals by auto automation
mation automation since the inven invention
tion invention of the storage bin.
The sticky feed pro problem
blem problem consists basically of
the feed which sticks to
the sides of the storage
bins and will not come out.
Richardson said that the
feed also bridges over
or sticks in layers in the
bins. The feed flows free freely
ly freely to a certain point then
stops because of a
stuck layer.

Bankers, CPA's Will Trek
To UF For School in Finance

Business leaders will be
going to school at the UF
Nov. 6 and 7 for a short
course on Financing
Your Expanding Busi Business.
ness. Business.
Officials responsible for
the financing of business
firms, along with bank bankers,
ers, bankers, accountants, lawyers
and numerous financial
consultants, are expected
to attend the course de designed
signed designed to give informa information
tion information about alternative
sources of finance avail available
able available for business.
Dean Donald J. Hart of
the College of Business
Administration and Dr.
C. A. Matthews, head of
the department of finance
and insurance, are ad administering
ministering administering the course.
Other cooperating agen agencies
cies agencies include the Florida
Development Commis Commission
sion Commission and the Florida Ins Institute
titute Institute of Continuing Uni University
versity University Studies,
ROBERT V. NOBLE of
the Division of General
Extension in Gainesville,
is coordinator for the
course and in charge of
registration.
Instructional sessions
will be held in the Medi Medical
cal Medical Sciences Building

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Four huge storage bins
have been erected in the
laboratory and feed is
periodically being trans transferred
ferred transferred from one bin to a another
nother another to help determine
if certain types of bins
are a greater problem
than other types.
Future Docs Note
Pre-medical and pre predental
dental predental students are invit invited
ed invited to attend a discussion
in the UF Medical Center
lobby Thursday at 7:30
p.m.
Topics under discussion
include career opportuni opportunities,
ties, opportunities, facilities, and guid guidance
ance guidance programs at the UF
and a description of the
life and activities of the
medical student.
The discussion is spon sponsored
sored sponsored by Alpha Epsilon
Delta, national pre-medi pre-medical
cal pre-medical society.

Auditorium at the J. Hil Hillis
lis Hillis Miller Health Center.
Speakers will include:
William L. Acker, vice
president, General Ac Acceptance
ceptance Acceptance Corporation,
Allentown, Penn.; HughG.
Ashcraft, Jr., vice presi president,
dent, president, R. S. Dickson and
Co., Charlotte, N. C.;
Otho Bruce, director, In Industrial
dustrial Industrial Division, Florida
Development Commis Commission,
sion, Commission, Tallahassee; Law Lawrence
rence Lawrence S. Cassaza, direc director,
tor, director, office of investment,
Small Business Adminis Administration,
tration, Administration, Washington, D.C.
Others include William
H. Dial, president, the
First National Bank, Or Orlando;
lando; Orlando; L. K. Horn, vice
president, Lon Worth
Crow Co., Miami; Wil William
liam William R. Hough, William R.
Hough and Company, St.
Petersburg; C. C. Space,
vice president, Atlantic
National Bank, Jackson Jacksonville;
ville; Jacksonville; R. j. Vogt, vice
president, The First
National Bank of Miami;
and Robert F. Wagner,
Commercial and Indus Industrial
trial Industrial Loan Department,
Prudential Insurance
South-Central Home Of Office,
fice, Office, Jacksonville.



Gitmo Base Was So Armed
It Could Have Attacked

..Gator Staff Writer 'Karl
Skadowski tells of his own ex experiences
periences experiences at famed Guantan Guantanamo

* t ** #
.

If Guantanamo Naval
Base had been attacked
during the recent Cuban
crisis, not only could it
have defended itself
against anything short of
atomic weapons, it could
have launched an attack
that would have overrun
the entire island of Cuba.

During the last few
weeks, enough manpower

Guantanamo
Above is Skadowski's sketch of the Base, ringed
by a barbed wire fence. To the left are munit munitions
ions munitions dumps, and at the top is a submarine net.

Breezes May Not
Allow Fallout Here

Prevailing sea -breezes
will probably keep
Gainesville relatively
safe in an atomic attack,
said Alachua County Di Director
rector Director of Civil Defense
Dwight Sullivan.
The probable targets
of an attack encircles
Gainesville, but the clos closest
est closest one is still 70 miles
away, said Sullivan. This,
he said, greatly limits the
danger from the blast and
shock wave.
The radiation from the*
explosion will probably be
the main danger to our
area, said Sullivan. Un Under
der Under good conditions, the
prevailing winds will keep
Gainesville from getting
an overdose of radioac radioactive
tive radioactive fallout from the lar larger
ger larger cities, he said.
Prof. Edmund E.Hegen,
UF Geography Dept., said
that the Gainesville area
rarely gets a north wind
that would carry in fall fallout
out fallout from the northern in industrial
dustrial industrial cities.

amo Guantanamo Naval Base before and
during the rise of Fidel Castro
to povver in Cuba.

and firepower were flown
and shipped to the base
to support an invasion of
Cuba and sustain it. A About
bout About 4,000 U.S. Marines
waited on the base as well
as on nearby Key West,
for the word that would
have sent them on an of offensive
fensive offensive movement such as
the United States had not
launched since World War
11.

Hegen said Gainesville
usually has air coming in into
to into a low pressure area
from either the Gulf of
Mexico or the Atlantic
Ocean. We are below the
wind belt of the indus industrial
trial industrial cities, said Hegen.
These winds are un unpredictable,
predictable, unpredictable, but even un under
der under unfavorable condi conditions,
tions, conditions, people can live
through a great deal of
radiation. The way to in insure
sure insure a degree of safety
is to have knowledge of
what to do in case an
atomic attack does
come, said Sullivan.

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With the Marines were
scores of heavy tanks and
jeeps with recoilless ri rifles
fles rifles on them capable of
clearing away any resis resistance.
tance. resistance. Jet fighters would
blanket the air, providing
efficient cover and sup support
port support for the ground fight fighters.
ers. fighters. Ten and sixteen sixteeninch
inch sixteeninch cannons from U.S.
Navy ships surrounding
the whole island could de devastate
vastate devastate the token Cuban
shore installations.
Tension on the Guan Guantanamo
tanamo Guantanamo Naval base is
lessening somewhat now
that the Kremlin has or ordered
dered ordered the dismantling of
the Russian missile sites
on the island.
Tanks and jeep patrols
roll a little slower around
the barbed-wire ten-foot
fence which encompases
the base. Marines turn
their thoughts to return returning
ing returning stateside.
The enormous doors of
the munitions store storerooms,
rooms, storerooms, which fill the in inside
side inside of the hollowed-out
mountains on the base,
now swing shut. Many of
the reconnaissance pla planes
nes planes which have been in
the air for the past week
land again for a longer
time than just to refuel.
Not quite so many jet en engines
gines engines are roaring around
the clock on Leeward
Point.
The anti-submarine nets
which were across the
mouth of the bay are back
again into their casings.
A few ships enter the bay
again for the first time
in days.
Recon planes still
fly, radar antennae still
scan the sky for bogus
planes or missiles, and
border patrols are still
watchful, for the danger
of attack is still present.
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Coeds Apply
Womanly Touch

Coed dorm residents are
getting a chance to apply
their sense of beauty
weekly arranging the dis display
play display window of a local
jewelry store.
Rutherfords Jewelers
is permitting a different
dorm section to dress the
window, with a total
of $l5O in prizes to be
awarded for the best dis display.
play. display.
The girls arrangements
of jewelry and china will
be judged by the society
editor of the Gainesville
Sun.

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century of trusted craftsmanship. They know that Artearved is a
diamond vou can buy with confidence, a confidence guaranteed
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dormitories. Prizes will
be awarded before
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The Florida Alligator Thursday, November I, 1962

Page 6

Decision Revision
It is imperative that students get out today and
\ote yes on the proposed constitutional revi revisions.
sions. revisions. These revisions are important because
they are needed to modernize the election and finan finance
ce finance laws of student government to fit the new tri trimester
mester trimester system.
One of the most important changes would permit
the summer trimester governing body to have the
same number of members as the present full stren strength
gth strength fall and spring trimesters. Previously, the
40 member steering committee operated during the
summer in lieu of the 70 member Legislative Coun Council.
cil. Council. With the present trimester arrangement, how however,
ever, however, it is necessary that the summer governing
body be given the full status of the other two tri trimester
mester trimester councils in anticipation of larger summer
attendance.
ANOTHER NEEDED change is the alteration of
the date on which a newly elected student govern government
ment government official would take office. Under the pre present
sent present system, officials take office on the day after
the election. This system causes undue ineffici
ency during his first few weeks of office. The
new system offers the advantage of permitting the
newly elected official two weeks of orientation prior
to taking office; and, therefore, promotes a smoother
transition.
There are several other proposed changes which
may be classified as a trimester revisions be because
cause because they are needed to convert student govern government
ment government from the old semester system to the present
trimester system.
Os particular interest to Student Publications is
the proposed change in the finance laws. This re revision
vision revision is essential to the continued operation of the
Alligator and the Seminole in their expanded roles.
The old finance law was designed for the Alli Alligator
gator Alligator when it was a bi-weekly newspaper and for
the Seminole when it came out once a year. Now
that the Alligator is a daily newspaper and the Sem Seminole
inole Seminole produces three yearbooks, the old finance laws
no longer fit their operation.
ONE OF the revisions would place the responsi responsibility
bility responsibility of removing student publication editors for
malfeasance in the hands of a Publications Elec Electoral
toral Electoral Board composed of faculty members and
students, thereby removing this responsibility from
the Legislative Council.
We cannot give our unreserved support to this
revision because it brings student publications under
possibly greater control of the administration and
could endanger some of the truth from the title,
Student Publications. However, we would grant
this in order to attain the revision in the finance
law that would allow us to continue our present
expanded operations.

The Florida
Alligator

Editor-in-Chief .. 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
Assistant to the Editor Sandy Sweitzer
Coed Life Editor Becky Quinn
Assistant Business Manager Jay Fountain
Editorial Assistants Carol Bardella (Alligator-on-the-Air).
Card) Buller (News), David Hamilton (Editorials!, Phil Krug (Photos).
Staff Writers
Ronnie Sue Goodman, Tovo Levine, David Wilkinson, Bob Dixon, Mary
Anne Walker, Sandy Taylor, Ann Leone, Lynn Auerbach, Gerald Jones,
Vickie Smith, Rich Mathews, Joy Lee Cherry, Mark Frankel, Richard Levine,
Nancy Spiegel, Rick Nihlen, Allen Hastings, Karl Skadowski, Carolyn Mel Meldrin,
drin, Meldrin, Cari Hultgren, Maureen Collins, Gordon Acker, Becky Chalker, Judy
Barnes.
Sports Staff Robert Green, Mike Gora,
Billy Belote, Marc Weinstein, Roper Levine, Ron Spencer, John Wollick,
Ned Clayton, George Gardner. David Berfowitzv.
Business Staff Karl Skadowski, Office Manager
Sharon Smith, Public Relations and Personnel.
CIRCULATION . Tom Neff, Circulation Manager.
Brice Karth, Jim Neff and David Piche.
William Epperheimer, Advertising Manager,
> Robert Hatton, Carole Powers, and Trevor Huston.
THK FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the student newspaper of the University of
Florida and is published d*ily except 'Monday and Saturday. THK. FLORIDA AIJt.I AIJt.I-
- AIJt.I- is entered as second class matter at the United States Past Office at Gaines Gainesville.
ville. Gainesville. Florida. Office* are-located in Rooms 8. 10 and 15 in the F.orirla Office Building
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editorial office cr business office,
Opinljns voiced in personal columns on this page do not necessarily reflect the
opinions of the editors. Only editorials are the official voice of the paper.

/seep the presses poll jas 6- :

What A Waste!
EDITOR:
If you gave me the
money that we have spent
On words and weapons
of good intent
both Russia and you
and I
If you gave the brains
whose bounty is bent
On breaking sound and
on mans ascent
To nothing but hightc
sky,
.1 could buy for man the
star thats in his eye I
W. (Pat) PATTERSON

War Climate Hurts Free Speech

There is a book on the
market today that call A Americans
mericans Americans a nation of
sheep. It accuses us of
accepting unquestionably
what is told to us. A
professor once described
the young people of today
as so regimented that
they dont even know they
are regimented.
The unquestioning acqui acquiescence
escence acquiescence of American stu students
dents students is generally ap apparent
parent apparent when contrasted
with the universities in
other countries which are
hot beds of political act activity.
ivity. activity. By comparison, the
climate of American uni universities
versities universities is unusually
mild.
THE INCIDENT inMiss inMississippi
issippi inMississippi is rare in this
country and surprised
many people. In South A America
merica America this sort of thing
would not have occasioned
so much shock or in Eu Europe
rope Europe where students many
times manned the bara baracades
cades baracades in defense of their
beliefs.
In todays Cold War
climate where the epithet,
Communist, is thrown
around too freely, there is
always the nagging fear
that disagreement and op opposition
position opposition to the generally
accepted view will be
misinterpreted as Com Communist

No Prejudice Among Negroes

Editor:
Last weekend by a ser series
ies series of circumstances, I
found myself in Daytona
Beach at 2 a.m. without
a place to sleep.
A friend I had just met
offered me a bed for the
night in his college dorm.
I hesitated at his invita invitation
tion invitation knowing it be

LeTTEJ&s

munist Communist inspired. So many
times people will not
speak up because of their
uncertainity. Criticism
of ones countrys poli policies
cies policies or institutions some sometimes
times sometimes credits the author
with the title of fellow
traveler, thus words of
criticism are often cush cushioned
ioned cushioned in numerous qual qualifiers.
ifiers. qualifiers.
MOREOVER, THERE is
often an attitude among
state universities that we
shouldnt do anything to
rock the boat. Univer Universities
sities Universities are often so tied
up with the politics of the
state that anything that
causes controversy to
center around a univer university
sity university is considered harm harmful.
ful. harmful. There are too many
people dependent upon ap appropriations
propriations appropriations to risk a alienating
lienating alienating legislators by
doing anything that does
not have the support of the
overwhelming majority.
Controversy implies a
fairly even division of o opinion,
pinion, opinion, and therefore to
have the university en engaged
gaged engaged in anything that
smacks of controversy
would risk alienating a
number of people.
J.H. 4ED
PLEASE SIGN
ALL LETTERS

all too easy to go else elsewhere.
where. elsewhere.
Its alright, he re reassured
assured reassured me, you wont
be any trouble.
MY NEWLY-FOUND
friend was a student at
Cookman College, an all-
Negro college.
I accepted his invita invitation,
tion, invitation, torn between my u usual
sual usual prejudice towards
the black race and real realizing
izing realizing this fellow was try trying
ing trying to do me a favor.
Later at the dorm, I
found a newly-made bed
waiting for me iq a room
with two sleeping black
bodies. I was told the em empty
pty empty bed belonged to ano another
ther another boy who could sleep
elsewhere.
LATER I walked into a
room where two Negroes
were crowded into a small
bed. I questioned one of
them as to why he had
given up his bed for me.
Why man, I would do
that for any human be being,
ing, being, he replied, his
black face peering from
beneath the sheets.
Whether he said it as a
dig or really meant what
he said, I cant say. But
I went to bed that night
wondering if I could have
done the same.
I felt guilty that night
pulling the black mans
covers over my head.
DAVID WILKERSON, 4JM
In Poor Taste
Says Reader
I dont know how the ad advertisement
vertisement advertisement on the last
page of Tuesdays Alli Alligator
gator Alligator struck the rest of
the student body, but it
seemed to me to be in
very poor taste. We have
had enough trouble about
pranks played on poor
Albert without advertise advertisements
ments advertisements playing it up and
glorifying it.
I was greatly disap disappointed
pointed disappointed in the student
body paper for condon condoning
ing condoning it.



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RIGHT WRONG
LEBOW 39 21
SOLOMON 35 25
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By Jared Lebow
Gator Sports Editor
Before I begin this
weeks selections, I think
you should be forewarn forewarned
ed forewarned that I intend to once
again throw reason to the
wind by picking the Ga Gators
tors Gators to win.
You can call me crazy,
and you can call me stu stupid,
pid, stupid, but you sure cant
call me disloyal.
This weeks picks:
Florida 14, Auburn 7...
The past four years I have
sat by and watched the
War Eagles thump Flori Florida.
da. Florida. This year I believe
in the Great Pumpkin so
dont put too much money
on my pick.
Miami 35, Kentucky 7...
George Mira will make
whats left of the Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky team wish they had
quit when everyone else
did.
FSU 28, Houston 14...
Once again the Seminoles
make a bid for national
prominence by playing a
big-time football power.
Its a good thing Vasser
doesnt have a football po power.
wer. power. If they did, you can
bet theyd be on the FSU
schedule.
LSU 17, Mississippi 7...
The students at Tiger
Stadium will yell through throughout
out throughout the game, Go to hell
ole Miss, go to hell.
Translated this simply
go back to Mississippi.
Georgia Tech 21, Duke
20.. one quarterback like
Lotheridge is better than
the two Duke has.
Michigan State 18, Minn
isota 16... State has an out outstanding
standing outstanding halfback named
Dewey Lincoln. Every
time he gains some yard yardage
age yardage the opposing student
body yells, Phooey On
Dewey.
Southern California 27/
Washington 21... This one
should be as close as the
Brown-Nixon election.
Alabama 29, Miss. State
0.,.My upset of the week.
Dartmouth 21, Yale 14...
The Eli will be laughing
so hard at. Bill Nelsons
jokes, they will be un unable
able unable to play football.
Maryland 21, Penn State
14.. Tom Nugents whizz
bang offense strikes a again.
gain. again.

By George Solomon
UF Sports Correspondent
Since so many letters
have flowed into the Edi Editors
tors Editors office blasting my
humorous column, Ive
decided to go back to the
old name-style col column,
umn, column, made famous by the
great Bill Buchalter, BSJ
62.
Florida 20, Auburn 14...
This one goes out to Shug
Jordan and all the boys
on the Auburn campus...
Hope Tucker Frederick Frederickson
son Frederickson has a nice date this
weekend.
Miami 26, Kentucky 7...
The only reason Kev West
wasnt attacked was be because
cause because Castro found out
its George Miras home
town... The writers say
Mira may break a world
passing record when he
plays against Florida. He
may, if his fingers arent
busted by an Alabama
lineman, Nov. 10.
Florida State 26, Houston
0...1m two-faced.
Mississippi 14, LSU 7...
How can Ole Miss 105e...
LSU will be looking ahead
to its game with TCU...
And this prediction goes
out to all the physics physicsmajors
majors physicsmajors playing football
for Ole Miss and LSU.
Georgia Tech 17, Duke
13.. Duke really doesnt
have two great passing
quarterbacks as it show showed
ed showed against Florida. It
was George Mira playing
the role of two mild-man mild-mannered
nered mild-mannered Blue Devil quar quarterbacks.
terbacks. quarterbacks.
Michigan State 13, Min Minnesota
nesota Minnesota 0... This pick goes
out to all the unemployed
missile-builders in Cuba.
Southern California 27,
Washington 14... Floridas
Frank Lasky is better
than any tackle on either
of these two teams. See
Frank, I said Id give you
a story this week.
Alabama 21, Mississippi
State 7...This pick goes
out to a real nice Ala Alabama
bama Alabama gradDarwin Holt.
A great guy., swell fellow.
Dartmouth 19, Yale 7...
The Dartmouth backfield
of Cunningham, Cutler,
Griggs and Silbert will
be tough to stop. Act Actually
ually Actually these guys dont play
for Dartmouth. They are
my professors and Im
going to make stars out of
them.
Penn. State 21, Maryland
10.. .This pick goes out to
Dick Nixon, Floyd Patter Patterson,
son, Patterson, Gene Fulmer, Vand Vanderbilt,
erbilt, Vanderbilt, the Mets and Cas Castro.
tro. Castro. All the .winners.

UF Cited For Rule Violation

The UF has been re reprimanded,
primanded, reprimanded, but not pun punished,
ished, punished, by the NCAA pol policy
icy policy making committee for
a basketball recruiting
violation two years ago.
The committee, winding
up a three day meeting in
New York, also repri reprimanded
manded reprimanded Murry College of
Texas and put Dayton Uni University
versity University of Ohio on pro probation.
bation. probation.
1 UF officials were si silent
lent silent as to the details ex except
cept except to say it involved a
transfer student who at attended
tended attended the University for
a brief time two years ago
during Coach Norman
Sloans first year of
coaching.
As of late yesterday

Applications For
Editor in Chief
of the
NEW ORANGE PEEL
Will Be Accepted Until
November 14, 1962
APPLICATION FORMS MAY BE OBTAINED IN THE OFFICE OF
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Thursday, November I, 1962 The Florida Alligator

the Athletic Department
and Coach Sloan had de declined

Gridders Hit Defense

The Gator football team
stressed defense in its
Wednesday drill as it pre prepared
pared prepared for the Saturday
meeting with high scor scoring
ing scoring Auburn.
The B team ran
through Auburn plays a against
gainst against the varsity mix mixing
ing mixing them up in a game
type scrimmage. Short
passes and off tackle runs
were emphasized.
Halfbacks Bob Hoover
and Bruce Starling look looked
ed looked good on defense as did
safety Larry Libertore.
Jim Morgan and Jim O-
Donnell were the line linebackers.
backers. linebackers.
Frank Lasky, still suf sufsering

clined declined to make a state statement
ment statement on the matter.

sering sufsering a minor injury
from the LSU game* was
not on the Big Blue team.
Instead, Anton Peters and
Fred Person ran from the
tackle slots.
Coach Ray Graves ap appeared
peared appeared pleased with the
practice, although he said
minor injuries to various
players had slowed the
practice down.
Today, the Gators will
stress punts, punt pro protection,
tection, protection, and kickoffs as
they taper off somewhat
from this weeks drills.
Auburn will arrive on
campus on Friday and
have a short workout in
Florida Field then.

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The Florida Alligator Thursday, November I, 1962

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