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Vol. 55 No. 32 University of Florida Gainesville Friday, November 2,1962

Near Empty Hall Hears Plea
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AAUP Asks Board
To Reinstate USF Prof

UF Chapter of the Am American
erican American Association of
University Professors
Thursday night called for
the immediate reinstate reinstatement
ment reinstatement of University of
South Florida professor
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Dr. Sheldon Grebstein.
With only thirty percent
turnout, the AAUP passed
three resolutions related
to the Board of ControPs
action against Brebstein
and one attacking the state
of Mississippi's role in
the recent integration
After hearing Grebstein
and two other USF prof professors,
essors, professors, the chapter ask asked:
ed: asked:
(1) For immediate rein reinstatement
statement reinstatement of Dr. Sheldon
Grebstein; for the South Southern
ern Southern Association of Col Colleges
leges Colleges and Universities to
investigate Board of Con Control
trol Control Policies concerning
the control of books and
teaching materials; and
for the National AAUP to
launch an immediate in investigation.
vestigation. investigation.
Included in this was an
amendment stating that
UF professors could not

operate under Board of
Control policies concern concerning
ing concerning academic freedom.
(2) The second resolu resolution
tion resolution demanded that the
Board of Control tell the
accused who their accus accusors
ors accusors are, what the charg charges
es charges filed against them are,
and that they be allowed
to speak in their own de defense.
fense. defense. Grebstein was al allowed
lowed allowed none of these pri privileges.
vileges. privileges.
(3) A resolution was
passed commending, par partially,
tially, partially, a Board of Control
report that the Board of
Control was the proper
channel to take action on
complaints directed at in institutions
stitutions institutions under their
control not the Legisla-
See Page Two
For more detailed cov coverage
erage coverage of the AAUP meet
ing read Sunday's Alligator

Student Apathy
Cited as Cause
Asst News Editor
Voting on constitutional revisions will continue
today due to what Student Government officials term
student apathy.
Secretary of the Interior Joel Sachs estimated
Thursday night that only about 12 or 13 per cent
of the student bodyor about 1,750 students had
voted. A25 per cent vote is required to pass or
defeat the revisions.

Polls will be open
Voting on constitution constitutional
al constitutional revisions will contin continue
ue continue today due to what
Students Government off officials
icials officials term student a apathy.
pathy. apathy.
Secretary of the In Interior
terior Interior Joel Sachs est estimated
imated estimated Thursday night
that only about 12 or 13
percent of the student
body or about 1,750
had voted. A 25 per cent
vote is required to pass or
defeat the revisions.
Polls will be open from
8 a.m. until 6 p.m. to today.
day. today.
We were afraid there
would be trouble in the
getting the required vote
percentage since there
are no elective offices and
no contesting parties,
Sachs said. We are pla plagued
gued plagued over the problem
that there is no real con contest
test contest over the revisions.
The revisions are en endorsed
dorsed endorsed by the Student
Party as well as un unaffiliated
affiliated unaffiliated political lea leaders.
ders. leaders.
With no opposition it
is hard to get people to
vote, he said.
It has been a hectic
day, Barry Sinoff, sec secretary
retary secretary of legislative af affairs
fairs affairs said. Everybody
on anybodys political
side is for the amend amendments,
ments, amendments, but still the stu students
dents students dont vote.
All summer long stu students
dents students planned and commi committees
ttees committees met to draft and re redraft
draft redraft in order to present
to the student body the
best possible revisions,
he said.
But as of now (Thurs-.
day night) it appears they
will fail unless the stu student
dent student body casts their bal ballots.
lots. ballots.
On Oct. 2 the Legis Legislative
lative Legislative Council approved a
balloting procedure which
would allow for 72 hours
for students to cast their
votes. That time has been
extended through 6 to tonight.
night. tonight. Sachs said the new
procedure was an ex experiment.
periment. experiment.

from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m,
* l 11
Vote Appeal
Fellow Students:
I sincerely hope that
the required percentage
of the student body will
vote on the constitutional
revisions. They are nec necessary
essary necessary for a continued
strong and efficient Stu Student
dent Student Government and its
activities under the tri trimester
mester trimester system.
The proposed revisions
have planning dating back
to the Bob Park adminis administration
tration administration and it would be a ashame
shame ashame to let three years
of planning go to waste
due to student apathy.
Thank you,
Bill Trickel
Student Body President
We have made it as
easy as possible to en encourage
courage encourage voting, Sinoff
said. All students have
to do is present their ID
card and sign their
Revisions would change
student government elec election
tion election dates, provide for
new cabinet positions, in increase
crease increase the size of Legis Legislative
lative Legislative Council aid and al allow
low allow for removal of pub publications
lications publications editors by the
Publications electoral
board instead of Legis Legislative
lative Legislative Council.
Polls are located at the
Hub, the library, Mather
ly Hall, Norman Hall,
Fletcher, Broward, Jenn Jennings,
ings, Jennings, Tolbert, Hume and
the Engineering building.

Page 2

The Florida Alligator Friday, November 2,1962

College Inn Rebuilding / To Star Coed Appeal

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while stocks are complete
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A new $200,000 fire fireproof
proof fireproof College Inn is sla slated
ted slated for completion by next
trimester according to
owners J. P. Ahrano and
C. K. Hammon, v
The new College Inn lo located
cated located at 1728 W. Univer University
sity University Avenue is being erec erected
ted erected where the old College
Inn burned last spring.
Long-known for its male
clientele, the new College
Inn will appeal to the

I New Store Hours
H for the convenience of our customers
I franklins bo^TsV
[ 401 W, University Avenue

girls too, said Ahrano.
Two new features will be
added, a coffee shop at the
entrance and a take-out
The campus landmark
was founded in 1905 and
has serviced students
ever since with the ex exception
ception exception of one year during
World War II when it
closed down. The campus
postoffice was located in
the College Inn before

In its 47 year history the
College Inn has been ex expanded
panded expanded twice and is being
rebuilt for the second
In keeping with the past,
one wall will be built with
brick from the old Pi Kap Kappa
pa Kappa Alpha house which was
located at the corner of
13th St. and University
Ave. The other wall will
feature brick from the old
Sigma Phi Epsilon house
that was located at 1244
W. University.
More seating space will
be available for students
in the new College Inn that
seats 304 persons.
RAMBLER AMERICAN for sale. 1959
station wagon, radio, heater, automatic
transmission. Excellent condition. Call
ext. 2777 8 to 5. After 5 call
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Musical Instruments
112 5 1. Fint St.

Century Club
Slates Lunch
Century Club Day
honoring alumni and frie friends
nds friends of the UF who have co contributed
ntributed contributed one hundred
dollars or more to the Al Alumni
umni Alumni Loyalty Fund Drive
will be observed on the
campus tomorrow.
A special appreciation
luncheon will be held for
this group at noon prior to
the Florida-Auburn foot football
ball football game. Recognition
certificates will be pres presentee},
entee}, presentee}, to all new Century
Club members.
The organization was st started
arted started last year under the
leadership of Dean R. c.
Beaty, director of the Lo Loyalty
yalty Loyalty Fund, and was com composed
posed composed of 89 charter mem members.
bers. members. This year the club
claims over 200 contribu contributors
tors contributors have donated more
than one hundred dollars
Continued from Page One
tive Investigation Com Committee
mittee Committee headed by Charley
(4) The AAUP also back backed
ed backed its sister chapter at the
University of Mississippi
in its conviction that
courts and ballot boxes
are proper arenas of
expressions of differing
opinions and that the use
of weapons therefore is to
deplored, and that riots
have no place on a uni university
versity university campus.*
The chapter empha emphasized
sized emphasized that what happens
on one campus affects the
reputation of all South Southern
ern Southern universities.
Directories Coming
A revamped student dir directory
ectory directory will appear on
campus this week.
For the first time, the
directory combines stu student,
dent, student, faculty and staff
listings and includes a 23
page yellowpages sec section.
tion. section. Also included is a
departmental directory
listing university exten extensions.
sions. extensions.
The directories will be
distributed to dormitor dormitories,
ies, dormitories, sororities and frat fraternities
ernities fraternities some time this
week. Students failing to
receive a directory may
obtain one next week at
the Student Government
The SSOO cost of this
years directory was
shared by Student
Government and the UF
Business Office. Despite
its elaborate format,
Trickel said, this years
edition was printed at a
big saving over last
years $3,000 cost.

* I

Britain and Nepal signed an
agreement Thursday by which
Britain will lend Nepal $1.47 mil million
lion million for a 20,000-kilowatt diesel
electric. plant to run a proposed
Soviet-supplied sugar factory and
a Chinese Communist-made ce cement
ment cement factory.
ROME (UPI) Hospital doc doctors
tors doctors in Rome, announced Thurs Thursday
day Thursday they would begin a six-day
strike Monday to back demands
for higher pay, better working
conditions and an extension of the
retirement age from 60 to 65. Sim Similar
ilar Similar strikes have been called
through Italy during, the past sev several
eral several months.
LONDON (UPI)-Lotte Lenya,
G4-year-old widow of composer
Kurt Weill will marry American
artist Russell Detwiler, 37, in Lon London
don London this week, the Daily Mall
said Thursday. ..
Jack Jones, 68, labor member of
Parliament, was killed Thursday
when his car fell 100 feet into a
ravine. His wife was injured.
Paolo Orfeis, 74-year-old retired
acrobat, became a father for the
tenth time Thursday. His second
wife, Rosita, 24, gave birth to a
girl who will be named Milady.
PNOM PENH, Cambodia (UPI)
Premier Norodom Kantol and
Defense Minister Gen. Lon Nol
told a news conference Thursday
that two mountain villages were
attacked Oct. 25 by South Viet
Nam planes. They said the vil village
lage village of Peing was destroyed by
rockets and cannot fire and the
village of La Boyang was hit.

HC Weekend in Telly For FSU, A&M

Tallahassees population will be
swelled by several hundred this
weekend as (the capital city plays
host to old grads of both Florida
State and A'&M universities.
Both universities are celebrat celebrating
ing celebrating homecoming Friday and Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday.
Festivities begin at 3:30 p.m.
with FSUs .big homecoming pa parade,
rade, parade, followed by the homecom homecoming
ing homecoming banquet and a big pep rally
Friday night.
Banquet speaker will be House
Speaker-Designate Mallory Horne
of Leon, an alumnus of state.
William W. Meigs, Niceville. is
Highlight of the pep rally will
be crowning of the homecoming
queen, whose identity will not be
disclosed until Friday night. Can Candida*es
dida*es Candida*es are Peggy Bruce, 20, At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, Evelyn Foy, 21, Knoxville
Terin.. Dlan I. Goodwin, 21, Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, Kitty Miller, 20, Saraso Sarasota,
ta, Sarasota, and Fairfax Smathers, 20,

To Spend qn Evening
Refreshments Bar-B-Q
* Let us cater your party 6-4141
Its just a short ride" GAYS CORNER
All the way out E. Univ. Ave.
Overlooking Lake Newnan
- 1 " 1 "

1 newswire

reconnaissance planes resumed
operations over Cuba Thursday
and returned safely to their
bases, the Defense Department
Red China Is
On Cubas Side
~- J 4
United Press International
TOKYO (UPI) Communist
China Thursday pledged its sup support
port support of Cuban Premier Fidel Cas Castro
tro Castro for the second consecutive day
and said any U.S. provocation
against Cuba is a provocation
against Peiping.
Communist Chinese officials
and the official publications were
paying down Soviet Premier* Ni Nikita
kita Nikita S. Khrushchevs role in the
Cuban crisis and did not follow
the Russian and East European
lead in portraying him as a
Peiping Broadcasts Note
Thursdays pledge of support
was made in a note from Foreign
Minister Chen yi to Cuban Charge
dAffaires Regino Pedroso Al Aldama.
dama. Aldama. The note was broadcast by
Peiping Radio and distributed by
the Communist New China News
Chen specifically pledged sup support
port support to Castros five demands
return of the U.S. Guantanamo
naval base, end of the blockade,
end of subversive activities,
end of surveillance flights And
end of pirate attacks from U.S.
Chen -said the U.S. guarantee
against an invasion of Cuba can cannot
not cannot be valued as long as the Unit United
ed United States does not fulfill Castro's
The struggle of Cuba is by no
means isolated, Chen said. The
U.S. imperialist provocation
against you is also a provocation
against us.

Winter Haven.
The parade will feature seven
bands and 20 floats, each depict depicting
ing depicting a variation of the homecom homecoming
ing homecoming theme a future view of
For the first year, fraternity
and sorority houses are not being
decorated this year. Students are
devoting something like 30,000
hours of work on the big floats.
A&Ms homecoming gets under underway
way underway officially at 4 p.m. Friday
with judging of decorated build buildings,
ings, buildings, followed by a band rally
and fireworks and big pep rally
Rattler Strike" at the stadium.
Saturdays activities include an
alumni breakfast meeting and the
colorful homecoming parade. Oth Other
er Other features include a 1 p.m. cross
country track meet between
FAMU and Tuskegee Institute
apd the football game at 2 p.m.
between the FAMU Rattlers and
North Carolina AfcT.
.After the game, -theres a buf buffet
fet buffet supper and five homecoming

Mobs Riot in New Delhi;
Press Attacks Menon

NEW DELHI (UPl)Rioting
Indian students Thursday
smashed a Chinese restaurant
and shops, burned a figure of
Communist Chinese Premier Chou
En-lai, and stoned a Communist
party office in an angry protest
to the Communist invasion of their
On the border battlefronts. the
only action reported was Chinese
mortar fire. Prime Minister Ju Juvaharlal
vaharlal Juvaharlal Nehru took over as de defense
fense defense minister and sent the man
he demoted from the post, V.K.
Krishna Menon, on a one-day trip
to the battle headquarters of Tez Tezpur,
pur, Tezpur, where a crowd cheered him.
Indian newspapers welcomed
the demotion of the unpopular
Krishna Menon and niany de demanded
manded demanded his complete exclusion
from the cabinet.
Women Sell Gold
Indian women, including Ne Nehrus
hrus Nehrus daughter, sold their gold
jewelry to help the government
buy arms and even the Indian
Comimunist. Party condemned
Chinese aggression and backed
Nehru. India thanked the United
States for offering military aid,
but Pakistan appeared worried
that the weapons might be used
against it.

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Just in Tim# for "Come in and browse
the Auburn Game
UF Charge Plarv

Freshmen and Sophomores
(These rules ore to be effective upon their publication in both the
Orange and Blue Bulletin ond as a display advertisement in the Alligator
ot the expense of Student Government, which notices shall be republished
ot monthly intervals.)
1. Students classified as lUC or 2UC (not otherwise restricted from
driving privileges) are permitted to operate automobiles that have
been duly registered with the University, on campus and within Ala Alachua
chua Alachua County on weekends during the spring semester.
2. Weekends shall be that period from 3:00 P.M. on Friday until 7:00
A.M. on Monday, except that over the spring vocation weekend, the
period shall commence at 3:00 P.M. on Thursday, April 19, and
terminate at 7:00 A.M.*on Tuesday, April 24,
3. Violation of the provisions of this program shall subject the violator
to revocation of his permission to possess and operate a cor within
Alachua County for a period of up to twelve months from the time
v the violator normolly would be entitled to full driving privileges. In
addition, his permission to participate In this program shall be con-
I celled immediately.
I 4. This program does not permit lUC or 2UC students, unless otherwise
( entitled to full driving privileges, to possess or maintain on automo-
I bile in Alachua County.
I 5. If any vehicle is found upon the Campus in violation of ony provision
I of the traffic ond porking regulations, the student in whose name
I such vehicle is registered shall be held responsible for ony violation.

Friday, November 2,1962 The Florida Alligator

An angry crowd of about 500
students split off from a protest
demonstration of 10,000 students
in downtown New Delhi to attack
the fashionable Golden Dragon
Chinese Restaurant. Police fought
the rioters but could not prevent
them from shattering the win windows
dows windows of the restaurant and rip ripping
ping ripping clown the Chinese characters
forming its sign. They also dam damaged
aged damaged a Chinese shoemaker's shop
and curio store.
Shouting death to the invader
and drive the Chinese back to
the China wall, the students
waved aloft an effigy of Chou and
later set it afire.
Then they turned on the par parliamentary
liamentary parliamentary .headquarters of the
Indian Cqnmtlnist Party, pelting
the office with stones. Some Com Communists
munists Communists defending the office
threw stones at the rioters and
three or four students were in injured.
jured. injured.
Reds Oppose Invasion
The rioting i n New Delhi's
smart Connaught Circle district
broke out only a short time be before
fore before the Communist Party of In India,
dia, India, which has been split on the
Issue, announced its opposition to
the border attacks. After two
clays of debate, it appealed to

till sections of the people to unit*
in defense of the motherland
against Chinese aggression.
No Chinese were Seen in the
vicinity of the rioting, but feeling
ran high against them. Japanese
nationals here began painting ris rising
ing rising suns o n their car.s and print printing
ing printing signs reading Japan in Hin Hindi
di Hindi and English to avoid being
mistaken for Chinese. The Japa
nose ambassador, Koto Matsu
datra, is said to have advised thi;
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The Florida Alligator Friday, November 2,1962

SG Cabinet Keeps Busy
Brainstorming Ideas

By Ann Leone
Staff Writer
Getting all-area park parking
ing parking permits for women in
their last month of preg pregnancy
nancy pregnancy and planning a
book exchange in the
Century Tower are all in
a trimester work for the
Student Government Cab Cabinet.
inet. Cabinet.
The SG Cabinet out-
./Yv Now

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somewhat darinjj,
somewhat delirious!
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ranks JFKs in number,
and even out-positions
Tigert Hall. The SG Cab Cabinet
inet Cabinet has 19 positions, ex excluding
cluding excluding the numberous
SG Cabinet members
have been responsible for
a film on FUND, a Dollars
for Scholars campaign, ID
cards for student wives,
a baby sitting service,
the Gator Hops at Bro Broward
ward Broward Hall, the boon boondock
dock boondock buses, the charter
bus that went to the Duke
frfT]tH j NM Fit LAS t""
3 Big Hits 3
808 HOPE nf^THE^
- plus ~
- plus
HEELS put on in 5 minutes
SOLES put on in 15 minutes
across from Ist national bank

game and even sheltered
bus stops for the campus
The SG Cabinet finds
girls to guide tours of the
campus for visiting dig dignitaries,
nitaries, dignitaries, they post the
notices in the Campus
Club bulletin board and
are in charge of the Miss
UF contest.
The Cabinet published
the trimester brochure,
and are putting the Cen Century
tury Century Tower to use by hav having
ing having a book-exchange for
students on the first two
floors this coming tri trimester.
mester. trimester.
Secretary of Student Ac Activities
tivities Activities Don Denson is in
charge of the new Student
-Faculty Discount Plan.
Denson said, This could
be the biggest thing weve
done all year. Denson is
also planning the book bookexchange
exchange bookexchange in the Century
There is a SG Cabinet
to represent the student
body at most of the cam campus
pus campus organizations meet meetings.
ings. meetings. The Secretary of
Affairs attends WSA
meetings, the Secretary
of Religious Affairs
works with the Religion
department and with the
Religion in Life pro programand
gramand programand on down the
line. Theres even a Dir Director
ector Director of Alumni Affairs to
keep up with the UF Alum Alumni
ni Alumni association.
SG is looking for non nonpartisan
partisan nonpartisan volunteers to
participate in the Student
Government Service Or Organization.
ganization. Organization.
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Jeff Chandler
Troy Donahue
Natalie Wood
Spencer Tracy
Rory Calhoun
Sun Mon
Richard Beymer
- plus
Jody McCray

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Ode to "The Interns
"It's Trite, But All Right

But for some flaws,
Florida Theaters The
Interns could have been
a good movie.
Were it not for poor
acting, cliches from cre credits
dits credits to end, and overall
incredibility, The In Interns
terns Interns could have been
a fine film.
Granted, the writer of
the screenplay didnt give
production crews much to
work with. Throughout
the film are scattered
overworked images of the
friendly, neighborhood
intern and his sex life.
Then, with the critical au audience
dience audience in mind, the wri writer
ter writer has liberally spatter spattered
ed spattered the scenario with hos hospital
pital hospital jargon (the better to
believe it with, my dear).
As the final appeal,
he has thrown in the de delivery
livery delivery of a new-born babe
by a green doctor. This,
with its accompanying
Look what my hands

s pr :?ww
...Tonight amid a desert theme, Herb (Tex) Hamilton
will perform before a live audience. Hamilton is just
one of the many folksingers and talented groups given
a chance to perform in front of an audience. Talented
people are urged to sign up in Rm. 315, Florida Union
for a similar opportunity.
Steaks, Meals & Sandwiches

did! crowns one mans
idea of the sterile field.
1 Not wanting to let the
management down, the
college students in the au audience
dience audience agreeably gobbled
the story up, bless them.
And that is why the show
has a doubleplus good
box office rating.
For those weary of noisy
fraternity parties, gather
up a carload and hie your yourselves
selves yourselves to the Florida for
Hollywoods version of a
noisy party. Or for the
intellectual student, it is
recommended as an ex exercise
ercise exercise in understanding
the real world of make makebelieve
believe makebelieve people.

Bowl Queen Beauties
Will Know Tomorrow

Saturday night will be the
big nightfortheUFsfour
Orange Bowl Queen con contestants.
testants. contestants.
Following a full day of
judging all day Saturday,
the Orange Bowl Queen
for 1962 and her court
will be announced.
Traveling to Miami for
Ronnie Sue Goodman
Saturday night the Delta
Upsilon house will dance
to the music of the Un Uncools.
cools. Uncools. A party with a band
will also be held at the
Chi Phi house*
In commemoration of the
Cuban Crisis, Kappa Al Alphas
phas Alphas Southern Gentlemen
are planning a par party
ty party Saturday night. The
Five Knights and the Du Dukes
kes Dukes will provide music.
Alpha Chi Omegas are
really seeing skits these
days. Last weekend they
were entertained by a
neophyte skit at their so social
cial social with the ATOs. And
then Wednesday night, Al Alpha
pha Alpha Chi pledges presented
a surprise skit take-off on
rush for the sisters.
Brand new Alpha Chi
pledges are JoAnnScapp,
Trudy Peterson, Joy Lee
Cherry, and Joy Graham.
A record party is in or order
der order for the Pi Kappa Phis
Saturday night. The
Tekes will also hold a
record party at the house.
The Kappa Deltas so socialized
cialized socialized with the KAs last
Friday. Dinner was served
at the KA house. KD is
proud to announce the new
pledges. They are Sharon
Shultz, Bonnie Kirkland,
and Janet Thurlow. Three
new sisters were added to
the order in the recent ini initiation.
tiation. initiation. They are Beverly
Boone, Ann Goedert, and
Mrs. Chee Keller Carl Carlton.
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Maybe we will have ser service
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have participated in bowl bowling
ing bowling and bridge parties.
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watermelon, baked goods,
and rummage sales. Last
week-end, they sponsored
an October Fest dance
for all married students.
The Trivetts are spon sponsored
sored sponsored by the Flavet 111
government. Under Ma Mayor
yor Mayor Lou Voekle, the
government helped or organize
ganize organize the group and all
elections coincide with
the village government.
New officers will be
elected next month.
Officers now are vice vicepresident
president vicepresident Emily Lykins,
secretary Carla Deansen,
and treasurer Judy Wil Williams.
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Student government seemed somewhat perplexed
yesterday afternoon as to just how long the voting
should be allowed to continue on the proposed con constitutional
stitutional constitutional revisions. In two days of voting, they had
not attained the minimum number of votes (25% of
the student body)necessary to make the election re results
sults results final.
As of our editorial deadline, no two people seemed
to agree on whether or not the voting whould be ex extended
tended extended through today. The Legislative Council had
given its approval earlier to let the voting continue
for three days; however, one official assured us that
it would last only two days. Another official declared
that they had intended to use the full three days all
IT SHOULD be fairly obvious that one of the most
effective ways to defeat a proposed revision is sim simply
ply simply for the voters to stay away from the polls. By
extending the voting period to three days, instead of
the former period of one day, student government is
curtailing one of the most effective weapons of the
opposition to these amendments.
The manner in which these amendments were sub submitted
mitted submitted to the student body, moreover, had created
criticism. It is an all or nothing proposition. The
revisions are offered in their entirety and must re receive
ceive receive a yes or no vote. If a student supports
one revision, but not the others, he must either ac accept
cept accept the bad with the good or vote against the entire
thing. Many revisions appear to be riders* which
must be accepted if a favored revision is to be passed.
THERE ARE some very good things and some very
necessary revisions mixed with some doubtful ones
The individual opposition to various sections of the
proposed revisions when combined together forms a
considerable opposition.
In spite of the fact that there are certain objections
t 6 the proposals, we urge the voters to record their
decisions on the matter if the deadline is extended
through today.
D. H,
Student Government deserves praise for its ef efforts
forts efforts in obtaining the new student directories. They
are both slick and professional and far superior
to any directories produced for this campus pre previously.
viously. previously.
The vice president of the student body, Hugh Mc-
Arthur, made arrangements with a Texas firm for
their production. Once they are distributed among
the students, no doubt the time and effort expend expended
ed expended in making possible their improvement will be

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The Florida Alligator Friday, November 2,1962

Cut Wor Word
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o to make to the Alligato Alligator.
r. Alligator. If you would use w wider
ider wider columns or smalle smaller
r smaller type, you wouldnt ha have
ve have to divide words so ho horribly
rribly horribly at the end of eac each
h each line. You do know how t to
o to divide words by sylla syllables,
bles, syllables, dont you?
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e. Avenue.

Why Hold Hoover Up
As Americas Saviour?

In regard to the letter
of Mr. Charles Dilk of
Oct. 31 concerning the vi visit
sit visit of a Communist
to campus, I believe he
avoids the main issue.
I would be the last to
turn an honest debate
on the relative merits of
Communism vs. Capital Capitalism
ism Capitalism (or our society). The
Legislative Council turn turned
ed turned down the idea not be because
cause because as Representative
Martin Edwards put it:
If it were Khruschev or
Gromyko it would mean
something, but just any anybody
body anybody speaking is obvious obviously
ly obviously just publicity! I heart
ely concur with this view viewpoint.
point. viewpoint.
does Mr. Dilk get the idea
that J. Edgar Hoover is the
great white father and
savior of America?
Anyone who has read
STUDENT by David Horo Horowitz
witz Horowitz realizes how Mr.
Hoover in conjunction
with the United States
House Committee on Un-
American Activities have
been slurring and de demeaning
meaning demeaning innocent citizens
by innuendo and in inference.
ference. inference.
At the University of
California they had this
same situation, and now
because that school ad administration
ministration administration supported
academic freedom it is
being denounced by so
called experts and Gov.

Student Asks 'Coordination
Counseling Draws Criticism

Why cant the Univer University
sity University Colleges counselors
coordinate themselves
more fully with the var various
ious various Upper Division of the
UF? Far too many of us
have been placed in a
quandary by advice given
by them and. far too many
of us have found oursel ourselves
ves ourselves in mid-semester
completely lacking cour courses
ses courses we should have taken
ages ago. And theres al always
ways always the shock of finding

Pat Brown is paying the
price by being labeled
Pink by the Republicans.
Mr. Hoover in his re report,
port, report, Communist Tar Target:
get: Target: Youth, is so busy
calling everybody com communist
munist communist and denouncing a
peaceful demonstration
against HUAC by Califor California
nia California students that he ne neglects
glects neglects the facts and con contradicts
tradicts contradicts the actual report
handed in by his own a agents.
gents. agents. The real cause
of the riot 1 was the bru brutality
tality brutality of the local police
calling all the demonstra demonstrators
tors demonstrators commies.
I THINK it is about
time we started to look
at things in true perspec perspective.
tive. perspective. Just because a part particular
icular particular leader is anti anticommunist
communist anticommunist doesnt make
him good. Chiang Ki
Shek in Formosa and
Franco in Spain are vio violently
lently violently (our Press say)
anti-Communist, yet Chi Chiang
ang Chiang is Just as much a dic dictator
tator dictator as Mao Tse-Tsung
and Franco if anything,
is worse.
We are so soared that
we are fighting our own
principles. Just because
something is not black
does not mean that it is
white. The people who
founded this country were
not bursting with fear.
They were courageous. It
is about time we really
started to follow their ex example.
ample. example.
Ernie Ted Litz, 2UC

out, after a doozy of a
course, that we didnt
need it after all, and
should have taken some something
thing something else which we cant
possibly work into our
schedule now.
These counselors have
(or should have) the latest
information on courses
required by the upper di division.
vision. division. We, the students,
have our catalogs, its
true, but who can argue
with a qualified adult
when he or she gives de definite
finite definite advice on courses,
in preplanning sessions?
Its not that were
sheep, who do exactly
as were told, unquestion unquestioningly,
ingly, unquestioningly, for the administra administration
tion administration assures us that our
counselors are here to
help us.
Im not saying that the
bloopers are made by
all the counselors, for
many of them know their
business and are very
good, helpful, and reas reassuring
suring reassuring when we need it.
Its just that too many
mistakes have been made,
at the expense of the stu students,
dents, students, and its about time
our counselors stopped
rushing us through to get
us out of the way, and high
time they started coun counseling
seling counseling as they should.
On Each Item
Student Government is
to be commended for its
efforts to get students to
vote on the constitution constitutional
al constitutional revision.
But there is a major
flaw in the thinking of
those responsible.
The attitude of with
me, its all er nothin
should be restricted to the
musical comedy, and in
a election the students
should have the opportun opportunity
ity opportunity to vote on each re revision
vision revision separately.
I cannot help but feel
that if I must vote yes
on all the revisions to
keep student government
operating, and cannot vote
against any one of them
without voting against
them all, I would rather
not vote.
Maryanne Awtrey, 3JM

Katz Says Gators Arent Down Yet

By Ron Spencer
Gator Sports Writer
How does it feel to do
battle with the LSUTiger
in its own lair and come
out a poor, bruised sec second?
ond? second?
Jack Katz, 6-0, 212-
pound Florida Big Blue
team right guard knows
exactly how it feels to
tangle with the Bayou
Bengals of Coach Charlie
Katz, one of the top
linemen on the 62 Gators
after sitting out last sea season
son season as a red-shirt ofol ofollowing
lowing ofollowing his transfer from
The Citadel, had a few
choice words to say con concerning
cerning concerning the surprisingly
easy 23-0 shellacking
LSU administered to
Coach Graves* chargers.
Katz, 21-year-old poli political
tical political science major from
the island fortress of Key
West, was approached by
a reporter after Satur Saturday
day Saturday nights game in Baton
Rouge. The reporter, ea eager
ger eager for a story, asked the
burly Florida lineman a
leading question What
happened to Florida?
Katz, who has appeared
on the All American
check list a couple times
so far this season, replied
somewhat sarcastically,
If you hurry up and go
outside, the scoreboard
may still be lighted up.
Thus he dismissed Flor Floridas
idas Floridas lopsided loss to the
Tigers, who are current currently
ly currently ranked fourth in the
They just beat us,
Katz later replied. I
dont really know what it
was. They had the hard hardest-hitting
est-hitting hardest-hitting backs and best
linemen Ive run up a against
gainst against yet, he added.
And Jack Katz has run
up against some pretty
tough cookies since his
prep days back at Key
West High.
It was at Key West that
Katz teamed with the likes
of Sam Holland, present
Gator starting end, Geor George
ge George Mira, Andy Gustaf Gustafsons
sons Gustafsons prize protege at
Miami, and John Boog
Powell, formerly star
high school lineman and
now a hard-hitting bonus
outfielder for the Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore Orioles. Under
Coach Harold Allen, Key
West rolled to three con consecutive
secutive consecutive Class A state
After graduating from
high school, Katz accep accepted
ted accepted a four-year grid
scholarship at The Cita Citadel.
del. Citadel. As a freshman there
he played center on the
frosh team, but switched
over to left guard and
linebacker as a soph on

JACK KATZ ...big, but not 'blue'

the varsity. That was in
1960. The Citadel, coach coached
ed coached by Eddie Teague, that
year chalked up an 8-2-1
record, including a post
season win over scrappy
Tennessee Tech in the
Tangerine Bowl in Or Orlando.
lando. Orlando.
It was during this trip
to central Florida that
Katz decided to transfer
from the military school
to Florida,
When we played in the
Tangerine Bowl, we got
free tickets to the Gator
Bowl game, he recalled.
(The Gators whipped Bay Baylor
lor Baylor 13-12 in that contest.)
Watching the game
started me thinking,
Katz continued. I wanted
to play, but was not play playing
ing playing much at The Citadel,
he added. I talked to
Coach Graves later and
he invited me to come
on down and, if things
work out, well try to give
you a scholarship.
Things did work out,
Katz transferred to UF,
was red-shirtedin6l due
to the transfer rule, and
took over a starting guard
post this season.
How does the junior line lineman
man lineman compare the South Southeastern
eastern Southeastern Conference with
the Southern Conference,
of which The Citadel is a
The teams as a whole
are better in the SEC,
he began, although indi individual
vidual individual players are just as
good in the Southern Con ConfpTPnrP
fpTPnrP ConfpTPnrP
Katz,* who possesses
speed, power, a lot of
hustle and the potential to
make that key play, is
a member of Sigma Nu
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Last semester the hard hardnosed
nosed hardnosed Katz had a 3.17
scholarship average
one of the best on the
club. He plans to enter
law school after gradua graduation.
tion. graduation.
What about the Gators
team morale and the four
remaining games on the
62 schedule? Katz is of
the opinion that Florida,
though down after the LSU
defeat, is still not to be
counted out yet.
As far as the ballclub
is concerned, nobody is
discouraged ... nobodys
quitting, he declared.
If someone had told me
three months ago we
would be 3-3 at this stage,
I would have laughed in
their face. We should be
much better than that, he
sadly mused.
I still think we re a good
team, though, Katz as asserted
serted asserted confidently. We
were once fighting for a
great season, then after
Tech and Duke we were
fighting for an outstanding
season, and now were
fighting for a season bet better
ter better than last years rec record.
ord. record. (Florida carved a
4-5-1 mark in the SEC log
in 1961.)
What about the rest of
the season and Floridas
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encounters with Auburns
undefeated Plainsmen,
Georgias sinewy Bull Bulldogs,
dogs, Bulldogs, FSUs once-beaten,
once-tied, always fired firedup
up firedup Seminoles, and the
once-beaten Miami Hur Hurricanes?
ricanes? Hurricanes? Katz seems to
the sentiments of
the entire team when he
The most pleasure we
could get would be to beat
FSU and Miami. These
are the damn people we
have to live with in the
state, he pointed out.
We dont want to be the
doormat of the state!
A lotta people are
grumbling about the
coaches, the spirited
lineman continued. This
team is standing together.
If anyone has any plans
to hang the coaches (in
effigy), I hope they plan to
hang us (the players) with
Evidently, certain mem members
bers members of the Florida Gat-
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-Hopeful Gators Host Unbeaten Auburn

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Hoping to get back on
the winning track and end
five years of frustration
at the same time, the Ga Gator
tor Gator football team meets
the unbeaten, untied Au Auburn
burn Auburn Tigers this Satur Saturday
day Saturday at 2 p.m. on Florida
An almost capacity
crowd is assured to see
what should be the Ga Gators
tors Gators toughest home foe
of the year.
The Gators have a long
way to comeback after
their 23-0 loss to LSU
Saturday and need a win
badly to regain their lost
For Auburn, a win here
would be their sixth of the
season and go a long way
toward setting up a bat battle
tle battle of the unbeatens when
the Tigers meet Alabama

in their final game of the
Auburn was not too high highly
ly highly regarded at the start of
the season. It was felt
that there was not enough
experience or depth on the
Even when Auburn won
its first three games,
over Tennessee, Ken Kentucky,
tucky, Kentucky, and Chattanooga,
the Plainsmen were still
underdogs to Georgia
However, Auburn raced
off to a 17 -0 halftime lead
against Tech and held on
to win 17-14 and vault in into
to into the national grid pic picture.
ture. picture. Last week, they won
by the same score over
Auburn has gotten its
win through a potent of offense
fense offense and a defense that
was tough when it had to
be. Quarterbacks Jimmy
Sidle and Mailon Kent can

run and throw with the
best in the South, direct
the team.
Brothers Larry and Dave
Rawson provide the hard
running at fullback and
halfback. Tucker Fred Frederickson,
erickson, Frederickson, a Floridian is
the speed boy of the back backfield,
field, backfield, while Jimursonis
one of the best blockers.
Center Jim Price,
tackles George Gross and
Joe Baugh an and end Ho Howard
ward Howard Simpson anchor the
always rugged Auburn
line which is a little
smaller than usual this
The Gators will attempt
to match this with a po potent
tent potent offense of their own
which was sidetracked
last weekend. In the three
games before their shut shutout,
out, shutout, Coach Ray Graves*
team had rung up 105
With the Auburn de defense
fense defense not as rigid as
LSUs a high scoring
game could be highly pro probable.
bable. probable.
The loss of halfback
Lindy Infante will be a big
blow to the Gators, how however.
ever. however. Infante was the te teams
ams teams best pass defender
as well as one of the best
runners. Halfback Larry
Dupree will move into his
post on the Big Blue but
Dupree has notplayed de defense
fense defense this season.
Almost all the other
Gators will have bruises
from Tiger Players but
they all should be ready
for play Saturday.
Auburn leads in the game
series with 22 wins to the
UFs 14. There have been
two ties. However, Au Auburn
burn Auburn has won the last five
games in a row, all games
the Gators could have won
with slight breaks.
Auburn took last years
game in Auburn, 32-15,
after the Gators took a
15-7 first period lead.
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November 6that4:3op.m.
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