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Demos Sweep To Victory

The Florida
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Vol. 55, No. 35 University of Florida, Gainesville Wednesday, November 7,1962

SG Council Starts
Bike Service Rolling

By DAVID WILKINSON
The honor bike pro project
ject project had its tires inflat inflated
ed inflated at the Legislative Co Council
uncil Council meeting last night.
The Council passed a
special request of $715.
26 to get the bikes roll rolling
ing rolling for wheel-less UF
students.
Steve Freedman, Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of the traffic and
safety committee, told
Council members that a
representative from
Sears and Roebuck Com-
Ipany recommended need needed
ed needed parts for the 150 old
bikes to be repaired for
the project.
The amount of money
approved by the Council
will also be supplement supplemented
ed supplemented by SSOO from a spec special
ial special coke* fund. This
fund on approval of Pres.
J. Wayne Reitz is obtain obtained
ed obtained from dispensing ma machines
chines machines and is available for
worthy campus projects.
The total cost of the ho honor
nor honor bike project is ex*
pected to be around
$1,200. The project is ex
expected to get underway
soon, as the parts have
already been ordered.
In other monetary bus business,
iness, business, the Council appro approved
ved approved a $960 budget for
SELL (Student Education Educational
al Educational Legislative Lobby).
A Lyceum Council char charter
ter charter revision was approv approved
ed approved by the Council. The
charter revision called
for: a new procedure of
filling vacancies for elec elected
ted elected members.

Directories Available
Even though Fidel Castro was indirectly respon responsible
sible responsible for their delay, the 1962-63 Student Directories
were distributed last night to fraternity, sorority
houses and dormitory rooms.
Off-campus students may pick up their directories
today, Thursday, and Friday from 2 to 5 p.m. at the
Information Booth across from the Hub. The limit is
one per person.
The directories, published in Texas, were routed
through St. Louis, Atlanta, and Mobile before they
came to Gainesville. The reason for the delay was the
recent Cuban crisis in which trucks were employed
by the military.

These are: (1) The
Lyceum Council shall
submit a slate of not more
than three nominees to the
president of the student
body; (2) The president
shall appoint one nominee
from said slate; (3) This
appointment shall be ap approved
proved approved by the Legislative
Council; (4) In the event
that the Legislative Co Council
uncil Council fails to approve the
nominee the entire pro procedure
cedure procedure shall be repeated.
The Council voted $360
for a UF meats judging
team to participate in two
intercollegiate meats
judging contests to be held
in Baltimore and Chicage.
Also passed was a re request
quest request of S7O by the Sig Sigma
ma Sigma Tau National Engin Engineering
eering Engineering Fraternity to send
representatives to the
National Engineering
Convention.
At the close of a pos positive
itive positive Legislative Council
meeting, Jim Graham will
replace Warren Deord
and Bill Taliferro will re replace
place replace Mike Klingman.

UF Pres. J. Wayne Reitz
met with Student Body Bill
Trickels Cabinet yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, with members giving
their annual report to the
president.

Although the comments
were off the record and
not for publication, Reitz
and the Cabinet discussed
two controversial areas
the question of having
a Communist speaker on
campus and the ramifi ramifications
cations ramifications of the Board of
Control*s decree on ob obscene
scene obscene teaching material.
Among the reports in included:
cluded: included:
no definite plans for a
Student Government-op Government-operated
erated Government-operated Book Exchange by
second trimester.
there will be a collec collection
tion collection for the 9 to 1 Dollars
for Scholars program ta taken
ken taken at the UF Florida
State game;
the student discount
service has 10 merchants
signed and an additional
20 prospects lined up;
request that Cabinet
members attend the ban banquet.
quet. banquet. with FSU student
government officials.

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THAT CAMERA GOT FILM IN IT?
.. .asks curious cat Hercules, who doesn't realize
that he is celebrating national cat week. (Nov.
7-11) Hercules is owned by Med student Sam John Johnson
son Johnson and wife Caroline.

WASHINGTON- Republican campaign officials
conceded Tuesday night that the Democrats ap apparently
parently apparently have won control of the second Kenned Kennedy
y Kennedy Congress.

BOSTON UPI Young
Ted Kennedy whipped
George Cabot Lodge in
their Senate race Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night to become the
third powerful Massachu Massachusetts
setts Massachusetts Kennedy in Wash Washington.
ington. Washington.
The Presidents 30-
year-old brother just
old enough to run for the
Presidents old Senate
seat piled up an over overwhelming
whelming overwhelming vote over Lod Lodge
ge Lodge within an hour after
the polls closed at 8 p.m.
NEW YORK UPI The
New York Mirror announ announced
ced announced at 9;30 p.m. EST that
it was declaring Gov. Nel Nelson
son Nelson A. Rockefeller re reelected.
elected. reelected.
SARASOTA, Fla UPI
- U. S. Rep. James A.
Haley, D-Fla., won re reelection
election reelection Tuesday night to
his sixth term in Con Congress
gress Congress from Floridas
Seventh District.
CLEARWATER, Fla.
UPI Rep. William C.
Cramer, R-Fla., won re reelection
election reelection to Congress
Tuesday night from Flor Floridas
idas Floridas 12th District.

Other winners in the state included Jerry Carter, who
won his eighth term on the state railroad and public u utilities
tilities utilities commission with a victory over Republican Bob
Foster. Incumbent congressman Sid Herlong won in the
fifth district,' while Republican Ed Gurney defeated
John Sutton in the newly-created 11th district.
The controversial reapportionment amendment, which
would increase the size of the Florida House to 135
members and the Senate to 46, was failing, 355,000
to 258,000 at press time.

MIAMI UPI Demo Democrat
crat Democrat George Smathers,
Floridas junior U.S. Sen Senator
ator Senator and personal friend
of President Kennedy,
won a third term with an
easy victory Tuesday
over Republican challen challenger
ger challenger Emerson Rupert of
St. Petersburg.
MIAMI UPI Former
Sen. Claude Pepper was
elected to Congress
Tuesday night and Rep.
Dante B. Fascell re-el re-elected.
ected. re-elected. Both trounced their
Republican opposition.
PENSACOLA, Fla. UPI
-Robert L. F. Sikes, 56,
dean of the Florida con congressional
gressional congressional delegation,
was re-elected for a 12th
term Tuesday night, de- %
feating Republican M.M.
Woolley in a walk-away
race.
TAMPA UPI Democrat
Sam Gibbons, 42, of Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, won election to Con Congress
gress Congress from Floridas new
10th District Tuesday
night, defeating Republi Republican
can Republican Victor Rule of Tam Tampa.
pa. Tampa.

Doyle Conner
Slates Speech
State Commissioner of Agri Agriculture
culture Agriculture Doyle Conner wiT
speak in the Florida Union
Auditorium Thursday at 8 p.m
Conners topic will be Agri Agriculture:
culture: Agriculture: Today and Tomor Tomorrow.
row. Tomorrow. The program is one oi
the Emphasis Florida Lecture
Series sponsored by the For Forums
ums Forums Committee of the Florid*
Union.
Conner, who has developet
a successful farming and ranch
ing operation in Bradforc
County, is a graduate of the
UF. He has received numerou:
awards in the field of agricul
ture and public service anc
was named one of the Tei
Young Men of the Nation so
1960 by the U. S. Junio
Chamber of Commerce.
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Page 2

Reds Hedge on IL-28s

WASHINGTON UPI -Rus -Russian
sian -Russian diplomats are hedg hedging
ing hedging somewhat on whether
die Soviet Union will with withdraw
draw withdraw from Cuba jet bomb bombers
ers bombers capable of carrying
nuclear warheads, U.S.
officials said Tuesday.
Vasily V. Kuznetsov,
Premier Nikita Khrush Khrushchevs
chevs Khrushchevs personal repre representative
sentative representative in New York,
las never flatly said the

Castro Worth Tax Deduction

WASHINGTON UPI
The Internal Revenue
Service ruled Tuesday
that a deduction may be
made on federal income
tax returns for business
property in Cuba seized
i3y the Castro regime.
The ruling applied to
justness property and

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AlligaTor Wednesday. 7.1962

Soviet llushin -28 bom bombers
bers bombers do not fall within the
category of offensive
weapons to be removed
from Cuba. However, he
has tended to downgrade
them, officials said.
The 20 or more 11-28 s
28s have become a poss possible
ible possible sticky point in ne negotiations
gotiations negotiations for removal of
threatening weapons from

capital assets of both in individuals
dividuals individuals and corpora corporations
tions corporations seized without com compensation.
pensation. compensation.
The service specifi specifically
cally specifically said it did not ap apply
ply apply to personal proper property,
ty, property, such as a home, fur furnishings,
nishings, furnishings, jewelry, cloth clothing
ing clothing and a car for non nonbusiness
business nonbusiness driving.

Fidel Castro f s island na nation.
tion. nation.
Officials said special
U.S. negotiator John J.
McCloy had confronted
Kuzentsov in New York
with the fact that U.S.
aerial reconnaissance
showed no evidence that
the bombers were being
recrated for shipment
back to the Soviet Union.
Indians
Repel Chinese
NEW DELHI UPI -In -India
dia -India announced Tuesday it
had driven back two small
Chinese Communist at attacks
tacks attacks on the eastern end
of the Sino-Indian front frontier
ier frontier but it warned of a ma major
jor major Red buildup menac menacing
ing menacing the Chusul air base
in Ladakh at the western
end of the border.

ffry-

UN Censures
South Africa
UNITED NATIONS, N.
Y. UPI -The General As Assembly
sembly Assembly Tuesday censured
South Africa for racial
discrimination and asked
members to isolate that
country from the world
community.
The General Assemb Assembly
ly Assembly also requested the Se Security
curity Security Council the only
U.N. organ authorized to
mete out punishment to
apply sanctions and start
expulsion proceedings if
the white minority gov government
ernment government maintains apar apartheid.
theid. apartheid.
It was the first time in
U.N. history that the Gen General
eral General Assembly moved to
outlaw a member.

neumiire
Li n i ~ ''

Accidental Firing
MACDILL AIR FOKCE
BASE, Fla. UPI -An Air
Force board of j n
quiry started an investi investigation
gation investigation Tuesday i n the
Monday night firing 0 f
rockets hanging under the
wing of an FB4 jet figh fighter
ter fighter parked on the flight
line here.
EAL Pilots
Grounded
UPI -Eastern Airlines
announced Tuesday that it
had temporarily ground grounded
ed grounded three pilots on the bas basis
is basis of secret photographs
taken in flight.
New Red
Berlin Policy
MOSCOW UPI -First
Deputy Premier Alexei
Kosygin ended the Soviet
Unions U.S. election
moratorium on the
Berlin issue Tuesday and
launched a new diploma diplomatic
tic diplomatic offensive for a Ger German
man German settlement.
Kosygin, speaking on the
eve of the 45th anniver anniversary
sary anniversary of the Bolshevik Re Revolution,
volution, Revolution, also stoutly de defended
fended defended the Soviet Cuban
policy and pledged con continued
tinued continued assistance to the
revolutionary govern government
ment government of Premier Fidel
Castro.
Mikoyan,
Castro Chat
HAVANA UPI Soviet
First Deputy Premier A Anastas
nastas Anastas Mikoyan met be behind
hind behind closed doors again
Tuesday with high Cuban
officials for talks believ believed
ed believed to center on disman dismantling
tling dismantling of Soviet missiles
bases in Cuba.
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What Makes a
Tomato Ripen
Although the old saw says a
watched pot -of water never
boils, a UF professor is watch watching
ing watching tomatoes ripen to find out
if there is a relationship to the
fruits firmness
Dr. Chesley B. Hall, associate
horticulturist at the food tech technology
nology technology laboratory, is conduct conducting
ing conducting an experiment to find out
what makes a tomato ripe and
firm.
We are measuring the pec pectic
tic pectic enzyme content of tomatoes
to see if there is any relation relationship
ship relationship with ripeness and firm firmness,
ness, firmness, said Hall.
Hall said it is a known fact
that pectic enzymes are in
tomatoes but it hasnt been
positively determined whether
they are in the cell walls or in
the cells themselves.
Some tomatoes soften up
when they ripen. If we can
determine if pectic enzymes are
related to tomato firmness, it
will aid in breeding to obtain
the preferred firm tomato.
Hall said most tomatoes are
picked in the mature green
stage and are ripened in ripen ripening
ing ripening rooms. Firmness is part of
the ripening process.
The experiment has been
underway for two years so far.
Frat Man Wont
Part With Pin
>
i
A gung ho frater fraternity
nity fraternity man inadvertently
decided to make his pled pledge
ge pledge pin a part of him re recently
cently recently by swallowing it
while in the process of
becoming a brother.
Mike Martin of Sigma
Nu fraternity was taking
part in a traditional part
of fraternity initiation
when he accidently down downed
ed downed his pin instead of cold
beverage.
Martin was taken to J.
Hillis Miller Medical
Center for X-rays and re released
leased released when the pin was
found to be closed.
V
Debate Team
Goes to Texas
The UF debate team tra travels
vels travels to Ft. Worth, Texas,
this weekend to compete
in the Texas Christian
University Debate Tourn Tournament.
ament. Tournament. TCU will host
33 schools from nine
states.
Making the trip are John
DeVault, Bill McCor McCormack,
mack, McCormack, Rick Schuster and
Joel Cohen. Debate coach
Brad Lashbrook will ac accompany
company accompany the group.
Last weekend the UF
team won three rounds
and lost nine in the Di Dixie
xie Dixie Debate Tournament at
Mercer University. Re Representing
presenting Representing the UF were
Buck Grinter, Robert
Johnson, Fred Vollrath
and Larry Stanley.

CAMPUS NEWS BRIEFS

Wednesday
Financing Your Business
Growth Short Course. 8 a.m.
to 5 p.m. in Medical Science
Auditorium.
Chest Conference. 11 a.m. to
12 a.m. in M-601. Dr. Ryals,
Lake City will speak on
Selective Techniques in
Bronchography.
Hematology Conference. 1 to
2 p.m. in H-422. Bring your
lunch, coffee will be served.
Thursday
Florida Nutrition Confer Conference.
ence. Conference. 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. in MSB
Auditorium. Subject: Animal
Nutrition.
Special Physiology Seminar.
4:30 p.m. in M-523. Dr. Vojin
Popovic, department of physi physiology,
ology, physiology, Emory U., will speak on
Long Term Survival After
Hypothermia, Supercooling and
Freezing. Coffee will be
served in M-514 at 4 p.m.
Football films. Florida vs.
Auburn. 8 p.m. in MSB Audi Auditorium.
torium. Auditorium.
Friday
Southern Society of Pediatric
Research Meeting. 7 a.m. to 6
p.m. in MSB Auditorium.
Pediatric Clinical Confer Conference.
ence. Conference. 8 a.m. in M-321.
Florida Nutrition Confer Conference.
ence. Conference. 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. in H-611.
Microchemistry Workshop.
8: 25 a.m. to 9: 45 p.m. in M-623.
Biochemistry Seminar. 4:30
p.m. in M-321. Dr. K. McKerns,
department of 08-GYN, will
speak on Hormonal Regula Regulation
tion Regulation of Dehydrogenase Activity
and Its Metabolic Significance.

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Coffee will be served in M-354
at 4 p.m.
The fall business meeting of
Chi Sigma Alpha, political
science fraternity will be held
at 4:35 p.m. today, in room 201,
Peabody Hall.
Members will vote on appli applications
cations applications for membership and to
discuss plans for the fall
banquet.
*
Microchemistry
Workshop Here
A workshop on michochem michochemistry
istry michochemistry for hospital laboratory
technicians will be held at the
UF Teaching Hospital Satur.-
day and Sunday.
The workshop, first in a
series devoted to modern tech techniques
niques techniques in a variety of hospital
profess ons, is being co-spon co-sponsored
sored co-sponsored by the Florida Hospital
Association and the Florida
Society of Pathologists.
To be coordinated by Dr.
John S. Henry, director of the
Teaching Hospitals clinical lab laboratories,
oratories, laboratories, the two-day lectures
by Dr. David Seligson of Grace
New Haven Community Hos Hospital
pital Hospital and Yale Universitys
School of Medicine, and Dr.
Wendell T. Carraway, author
of a principal text in methods
used for blood analysis.

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Wednesday, November 7,1962 The Florida Alligator

Gator Band Cant
Get Funds for Trip

The Gators will enter
the University of Miami
football field in silence,
Dec. 1, because money
matters are keeping the
UF Band at home.
The Athletic Associa Association
tion Association is not going to fin finance
ance finance the bands trip this
year as it has done in
the past.
Coach Percy M. Beard,
general manager and as assistant
sistant assistant director of the
Athletic Association,
said, We spent $5,000
on the band uniforms this
year and we must econo economize.
mize. economize. However, we do
hope to send the band to
Miami when we play there
again next year.
Richard W. Bowles, di director
rector director of bands, said that
it has been a long time
since the band hasnt at attended
tended attended an in-state game.
He continued, The Ath Athletic
letic Athletic Association has al always
ways always acted in the best in interest
terest interest of the band. It paid
half the expenses of the

new uniforms that we got
this year, and the Miami
trip would cost about s4,*
000.
Bowles said that he re
gretted that the bano
wouldnt go to Miami this
year because we covet
appearances before the
potential band members*
in the band-rich Miami
area.
The 130-member banc;
has 32 members from the
Miami area this year..
Bowles refused to spec speculate
ulate speculate on the bands chan chances
ces chances of attending the Mia Miami
mi Miami game next year, but he hedid
did hedid say that it is up tc*
the Athletic Associ Association.
ation. Association.
DEADLINE TODA'
Coeds who wish to Gnter
the Gator Bowl Queen.
Contest should see Lynn
Howe, Secretary to Pub Public
lic Public Relations, Wednesday
Nov. 7, in Room 311 oA
the Florida Union between
3:30 5:00 p.m.

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Page 4

November

Sand Specks Aid
In Space Race

Americas space age
hopes may rest on Flor Floridas
idas Floridas imperfect sands.
Not literally, of cour course,
se, course, but UF metallurgical
researchers think the tiny
brown specks on Flori Floridas
das Floridas famed tourist-fre tourist-frequented
quented tourist-frequented sands may pro provide
vide provide a key to improving
Americas chances in its
race toward space.
A Florida exclusive,
the tiny brown specks speckszirconium
zirconium speckszirconium metal are
the subject of exten extensive
sive extensive research by the Col College
lege College of Engineerings Dr.
Robert E. Reed-Hill.
Reed-Hills research te team
am team hopes to prove zir zirconium
conium zirconium is ideal for can canning
ning canning or enclosure of e electronic
lectronic electronic instruments in
space vehicles, which are
subject to temperatures
thousands of degrees hot.
We certainly dont know
yet, Metallurgical Re Research
search Research Laboratory head
F. D. Rhines said, but
we think this material
may be the answer to at
least part of the space
problem.
Known technically as
an evaluation of the ro role
le role of deformation of twin twinning
ning twinning in the plastic de de,
, de, formation of zirconium,
the project involves at atat..
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tempted transformation
of the metal into com complex
plex complex shapes.
Essentially, were try trying
ing trying to mold the substan substance,
ce, substance, Rhines said.
A wonder metal, zir zirconium,
conium, zirconium, according to En Engineering
gineering Engineering Dean Joseph
Weil, is one of the rea reasons
sons reasons Floridas mineral
production has risen from
sls million in 1940 to more
than $l6O million today todayrQughly
rQughly todayrQughly a 1,000 per cent
increase.
Heat-resistant zircon-

State Museum
Goes Modern

The Florida State
Museum at the Seagle
Building is currently go going
ing going through remodeling
stages in an effort to es establish
tablish establish modern concepts
of design and exhibition.
The design here at
the museum is 20-30
years old, said Mrs.
Margaret Sung, head ar artist
tist artist of the museum.
Compared to modern
museums, it is not up to
date.
We are breaking com completely
pletely completely away from the old
concept of open storage
or putting everything on
the shelves for every one
to see, said Nile Scha Schaffer,
ffer, Schaffer, preparator of the
museum.
According to Mrs. Sung,
plans for remodeling are
drawn up by the full time
archaeologists of the
museum.
The plans are then giv given
en given to the curator who is
in charge of the exhibit
department, who in turn
gives them to the artists
who plan the layout and
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ium is expected to be i ideal
deal ideal in enclosure of elec electronic
tronic electronic instruments in ve vehicles
hicles vehicles because of its poor
absorbtion of neutrons.
In addition to the can canning
ning canning usage, zirconium is
utilized in production of
substances to keep white
paint from turning yellow.
A zirconium oxide com compound
pound compound reportedly can pass
for diamonds at $lO
a carat.
Work by Reed-Hills
research team is center centered
ed centered in room 5268 of the
College of Engineering,

design Gradesign of the exhibition.
Original plans call called
ed called for a seven-year per period
iod period in which to complete
the remodeling, said
Dickinson, but we are
moving right along and
should complete the work
within several years,
said museum director J.
C. Dickinson.
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Wednesday
7:30 p.m. SPORTS ALMAN ALMANAC
AC ALMANAC Sports figures and
demonstrations.
7:45 p.m. FLORIDA BLUE
KEY PRESENTS Focus on
student leaders and activities
on campus. (Student Govern Government
ment Government Committees).
8:00 p.m. TRIO Visual
essays by performers from the
fields of Music, the Arts, and
the Sciences. . John Cana Canaday,
day, Canaday, Ethel Huber, Jane Jacobs.
8:30 p.m. WRITERS OF
TODAYA program exploring
the important literary expres expressions
sions expressions of outstanding contempor contemporary
ary contemporary artist. Archibald McLeish.
9:00 p.m. ABOUT CERA CERAMICSA
MICSA CERAMICSA series exploring the
role of the potter in contempor contemporary
ary contemporary society.
9:30 p.m. TROPICAL GAR GARDENER
DENER GARDENER
Movie Log
FLORIDA Birdman: 1:10,
3:49, 6:28, 9:07
STATEBoccaccio7o: 1:05,
3:40, 6:25, 9:05
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D. Jenkins, Tampa, was
recently promoted to co colonel
lonel colonel in an Army ROTC
ceremony, highest rank
attainable for a cadet.
Jenkins was awarded
the promotion in a sur surprise*
prise* surprise* formation by Ar Army
my Army Col. Thomas A. Gra Gradesign

UF Latins Tape Show
For Voice of America

Powerful Voice of Amer America
ica America radio transmitters
linked the UF with Latin
America this week.
On a request from Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, four UF Latin A American
merican American students taped an
impromptu panel dis discussion
cussion discussion on Castro and the
Cuban Crisis to be beam beamed
ed beamed to all Latin America.
Panel members in included
cluded included Fernando Gi Gimemez,
memez, Gimemez, Cuba; Manuel
Antionio Caceres, of Hon Honduras;
duras; Honduras; Jose Miguel Ber Bernal,
nal, Bernal, of Colombia; and
Nelson Mora, of Ven Venezuela.
ezuela. Venezuela.
* Dr. Robert W. Brad Bradbury,
bury, Bradbury, professor of Latin
American Economics,
acted as moderator.
Broadcast entirely in
Spanish, the program
started with a discussion
of the Cuban peoples first
reaction to Castro rule.
The panel said the Cu Cuban
ban Cuban people liked Castro at
first and heralded him as
their liberator.
But soon it became
apparent Castro was not
their liberator but
their communistic dicta dictator.
tor. dictator.

ham, PMS of the mili military
tary military department.
He won the top cadet
award this past August
in competition with 1,250
other cadets who attend attended
ed attended ROTC summer camp.
Jenkins is a member of
Sigma Nu fraternity, and
Jives with his wife in Co Corey
rey Corey Village.

Looking into the fu future,
ture, future, the panel terms the
Cuban situation a can cancer
cer cancer spreading out in the
Carribean.
Chemical Prexy
To Speak Friday
Dr. John J. McKetta,
who is president of the
American Institute of
Chemical Engineers, will
be on campus to visit the
organizations local sec section
tion section Friday.
Highlighting his visit
will be a talk, You Can
be a Better Thinker, at
8 p.m. at the Holiday Inn.
Members of the north northern
ern northern and southern divi divisions
sions divisions of the Peninsular
Florida section of the A.
I.Ch.E. will attend. The
members that will attend
come from the area be between
tween between Jacksonville and
Tampa.
As president of the A.
LCh.E., Dr. McKetta will
come in contact with most
of the institutes 23,000
members. His stop in Ga Gainesville
inesville Gainesville is part of 3. na nationwide
tionwide nationwide tour during
which he will visit all 70
sections of the A.I.Ch.E.
in the U.S.
Dr. McKetta is a gra graduate
duate graduate professor and cha chairman
irman chairman of the Department
of Chemical Engineering
at the University of Tex Texas
as Texas in Austin, as well as
being president of the A.
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Aimed for Student Families

400-unit Co-op Planned

Plans for low-cost fam family
ily family and student co-operat co-operative
ive co-operative apartments to be loca located
ted located in the Northwest sect section
ion section of Gainesville were
made public last weekend.
The construction of the
$1.5 million, 400-unit co complex
mplex complex is scheduled to
begin within, a month. De-
History Confab
Will Draw
8 UF Profs
Eight UF professors
will travel to Miami Be Beach
ach Beach Nov. 7 for the annual
meeting of the Southern
Historical Association at
the Fontainebleau.
Dr. R. W. Patrick, P.
K. Yonge graduate rese research
arch research professor, will end
his term as president
when the Association
meets Nov. 7- 10.
The Southern Histori Historical
cal Historical Association is an or organization
ganization organization of historians
of the South and in the
South, according to Dr.
D.L. Dowd. It is made
up largely of university
professors and state
government officials.
Dr. D. E. Worcester,
national president of Phi
Alpha Theta honorary
fraternity, Dr. J. A. Har Harrison,
rison, Harrison, Dr. A. W. Thomp Thompson,
son, Thompson, Dr. L. N. McAlist McAlister,
er, McAlister, and Dowd will repre represent
sent represent the UFs history de department.
partment. department.
Girl-Caller
Reported
Chi Omega sorority re reported
ported reported to campus police
that a foreign looking
man has been trying to
pick up two member girls
at the Chi Omega house.
According to the soror sorority,
ity, sorority, he has made several
attempts in the last week.
The girls reported that
he has'not used offen offensive
sive offensive language, but he has
been a nuisance in calling
the house several times
trying to get information
about the girls.
The man is reported to
be approximately 40
years old and drives a
Cadillac convertible.
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The Gainesville
City Comission shel shelved
ved shelved a request to re rezone
zone rezone the area where
the apartments are
planned for further
study.
-r
velopers say the first ap apartment
artment apartment will be available
for occupancy at the begi beginning
nning beginning of the third tri trimester
mester trimester in April.
Designed for small fa family
mily family and student living,
there will be 200 effi efficiency
ciency efficiency apartments which
will sell for $3,250, and
200 one-bedroom apart apartments
ments apartments which will sell for
$4,250.
The only charges besides
the purchase price will be

Dorm Sun Heat
Cooled by Ledges

The ledges protruding
over windows of the new
dorms are not there to
aid window washers, but
to control heat radiation.
Clark W. Pennington of
the Engineering School
reported that outside
shading of glass is one of
the best ways to cool a
building.
Pennington and a team
of students are conduct conducting
ing conducting research on control controlled
led controlled heat radiation through
the use of glass and shad shading.
ing. shading. The study is be being
ing being conducted for the A American
merican American Society of Heat Heating,
ing, Heating, Refrigeration and Air
Conditioning Engineers.
The society use to con conduct
duct conduct their own research,
but decided it would be
more economical to
farm-out their machinery
and let other agencies do
the work. A Solar Cal Calarimeter
arimeter Calarimeter was awarded to
the Uni ver flori--,
da, said Pbnnirigton.

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$lB to $22 monthly for
taxes, utilities, insurance
and maintenance, accord according
ing according to developers.
The apartments -will be
fully equipped with st stoves,
oves, stoves, refrigerators, and
garbage disposal units.
Approximately 1.3 miles
from campus, the com complex
plex complex of 13 buildings will be
located at NW 21st Ave.
and NW Bth St. on a 14 acre
tract.
Financing will be avail available
able available at six per cent inter interest.
est. interest. The developers, Col College
lege College Housing Developm Development
ent Development of Ft. Lauderdale say
experience they had else elsewhere
where elsewhere indicated the units
maintain their value and
often are resold for more
then the original purchase
price.

The Solar Calarimeter
measures the amount of
heat in a room after pass passing
ing passing through different
types of glass and shad shading.
ing. shading.
The purpose of the stu study
dy study is to aid manufactures
and consulting engineers
in determining the amount
of work load required of
an air conditioning unit
in a particular building.
This machine is the
only one of its type in
the world, said Penn Pennington.
ington. Pennington.
Results of different test
on combinations of glass
and shading are publish published
ed published as a easy reference to
builders and manufac manufactures.
tures. manufactures.
Pennington said, Glass
has the peculiar charac characteristics
teristics characteristics of being diather diathermic
mic diathermic because there is no
reduction in the intensity
of heat rays as they pass
through glass. Also rays
o £ low intensity cant pass f
out.

Wednesday November 7,1962 The Florida Alligator

Huck Finns
Find Caving
Dangerous
Four UF students found
out that a midnight explo exploration
ration exploration of Warrens Cave
near the Millhopper Road
almost ended in tragedy
Sunday morning.
The sheriffs office got
a call about 12:30 a.m. that
a boy was trapped in the
cave.
Investigation by the she sheriffs
riffs sheriffs office and a group of
local cave explorers dis discovered
covered discovered Phileichenthal,
19, stranded on a ledge.
A companion, Mike Lev Levinson,
inson, Levinson, 18, had fallen and
cut his leg. While friend
Ed Leviton stayed with his
fellow explorers, Steve
Lavine came to town for
help.
All are members of Tau
Epsilon Phi fraternity.
The boys said they were
going to turn to skin div diving
ing diving after this.
CAP Forming
The Gainesville Civil Air
Patrol Flight is trying to
organize a CAP squadron.
All former members of
CAP and interested per persons
sons persons are urged to attend a
meeting at the ROTC bui building,
lding, building, Nov. 9 at 8 p.m.

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is now associated with our studio.
Claudias experience gives her an unusual familiarity
with contemporary fashions most desired by university
women.
Her special talents combined with the sophisticated
talents of Diedre, the owner; Felix, our male hair
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Printmaker
Shows Works
The works of printmaker
John Paul Jones of Califo California
rnia California will be displayed in
Gallery X, Building X in
the UF art department to today
day today through Nov. 16.
Jones, an art instructor
at the University of Cali California
fornia California in Los Angeles, has
received several honors
for his work. He was aw awarded
arded awarded a Guggenheim Fell Fellowship
owship Fellowship to Europe in 1961
and several ol His pieces
are owned by the Museum
of Modern Art in New
York City.
Sponsored by the art de department,
partment, department, the exhibit is
open to the public week weekdays
days weekdays 8:30 a.m. until noon,
and 1:15 to 5 p.m.
Ag Dames Fickle
Agriculture Dames will
meet Thursday night at
9 p.m. at Glamorama
Studios, rathern than at
8 p.m. as was stated on
the notices sent to all
members this week.
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The Florida Alligator Wednesday, November 7,1962

Teaching Faces A Test II
that Grebstein case
A student is responsible for the current freedom crisis
on Florida university campuses.
IF YOU had a professor who, you felt, had gone beyond
the bounds of decency in his classroom materials, what would
you do?
A student of Dr. Sheldon Grebstein at the University of
South Florida turned to an investigator of the Johns
Legislative Investigation Committee.
This investigator turned the materialsa book review,
appearing in a respected college anthologyover to members
of the Johns Committee. t
HOMECOMING weekend at the UF the Board of Control
was headed for what was anticipated as a regular meeting.
At an earlier meeting they had drafted a general policy
toward academic freedom that had been applauded as a step
toward protecting the university system from the publicity publicityseeking
seeking publicityseeking tactics of the Johns Committee. This seemed sufficient
until Johns Committeemen buttonholed Board members and
demanded that they be more specific in their policy. A copy
of the Grebsteins book review sealed it for the Board
members. The next day when the Board met, it hastily passed
the now controversial directive controlling teaching materials
. in the state colleges.
ENTER mystery.
At this point we do not know what happened in the
Grebstein case. The unknowns have, however, become great
rallying points for state professors.
First it is unknown whether or not the Board asked USF
president John Allen to fire Grebstein. He suspended him,
instead, leaving the possibility for reinstatement after a proper
hearing.
Also the nature of the meeting is unknown. It is known
that no other university president, no faculty representatives,
nor Grebstein were allowed to attend the meeting. The
accused was not even allowed to speak in his own defense,
nor to know the person who accused him.
A MOST serious matter is that in the Grebstein case
there were apparently no real grounds for action anyway. He
used a book report in his creative writing class which was
an attack on the writing of the Beats. Outside the context
of this criticism there were passages definitely open to
controversy. They could easily be labeled obscene when taken
out of context. It is ironic, however, that within context
they were an effective attack on that very type of writing.
Even those who would find objection to the materials
used should recognize that the Board of Control bungled
irresponsibly. They acted on the spur of the moment,
apparently out of a desire to do right more than out of fear
of the Johns Committee. But, anyway you look at it, they
bungled and showed an extreme lack of knowledge of their
chargeour universities.
NOW, the crisis has cleared somewhat with the announce announcement
ment announcement of the Boards decision to sit down with the professors
and hear their objections to the directive. We welcome this
meeting as a chance for the Board to improve its knowledge
of the non-material aspects of the university system it
governs.
But our optimism can only be limited by the fact that
the public itself does not know nor respect the universities
role in society.
The USF student illustrated this dramatically.
So if we learn nothing more from the Grebstein case
than that we should follow proper channels with a complaint
it might have been a worthwhile sacrifice for the lesson.
UF President Dr. J. Wayne Reitz has said that students
should carry complaints to their department head or himself
so he can, in turn, sit down with the professor and his peers
to decide whether the professor had abused his rights or ethics.
If this had happened the Grebstein case would not be
splashed on the front pages of our press and the Boards
directive may not have endangered our academic communities.
BUT THEN we have learned. Or have we?
If you had a professor you felt had gone beyond the
bounds of decency in his classroom materials, what would
you do?
B.C.
. V

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Profs Letter Complains
Directives Sanction Unclear

EDITOR:
I have submitted the fol following
lowing following statement to Gov.
Farris Bryant, Attorney
General Richard W. Er Ervin,
vin, Ervin, Pres. J. Wayne Rei Reitz
tz Reitz and Chairman Baya M.
Harrison of the Board of
Control. Let me urge all
interested parties to
make an indelible note of
the following fact: It is
a serious question of law
whether or not anyone
currently employed by the
University erf Florida is
obliged to be fingerprint fingerprinted
ed fingerprinted in order to remain em employed
ployed employed through 1962-63.
No one I know doubts the
fact that to be employed
here next year (1963-64)
requires submission to
the Governors order and
the Bpards directive on
fingerprinting. That is
not an issue and, as far
as I know, never has been
an issue.
What is at issue is as
follows: must a teacher
run the risk of suspen suspension
sion suspension or immediate dis dismissal
missal dismissal before he can find
out if either immediate
dismissal or suspension
is a consequence of a re refusal
fusal refusal to be fingerprinted?
The teacher in question
may be either someone
who does not know now if
he will be under contract
here next year, or does
in fact know that he will
not be.
I have been asked by the
Governor of Florida and
the states Board of Con Control
trol Control for my fingerprints.
Neither the Governors
executive order nor the
Boards directive speci specifies
fies specifies sanctions for non noncompliance.
compliance. noncompliance. I have re repeatedly
peatedly repeatedly sought clarifica clarification
tion clarification of my responsibili responsibilities
ties responsibilities in this matter, main mainly
ly mainly from the University of
Florida, and for some
reason, perhaps best
known to the Governor and
the Board, clarification is
unavailable.
Under no circumstances
has it been made known
to me that my fingerpri-

LETTERS
nts must be submitted, o other
ther other than the acknowled acknowledged
ged acknowledged policy that if they are
not submitted then I can
not be considered avail available
able available for employment in a academic
cademic academic year 1963-64. I
can only conclude that the
Boards directive applies
to the current academic
year only to the extent
of a request for finger fingerprints,
prints, fingerprints, and that my res responsibilities
ponsibilities responsibilities as an em employee
ployee employee of the University
of Florida are, in respect
to fingerprinting, wholly
voluntary.
While I have personal
political and moral rea reasons
sons reasons for preferring not to
comply with the new rule
on fingerprintingnone
of which, I am now sure,
can interest anyone who
does not already share
these views my non noncompliance
compliance noncompliance at this time is
essentially legal in na nature.
ture. nature. lam increasing increasingly
ly increasingly convinced that a great
number of public em employees
ployees employees who submitted to
the rule would have done
otherwise had they been
properly informed of
their rights. Some stri strictly
ctly strictly political advantage
may have accrued to those
public officials who fail failed
ed failed their obligation to in inform
form inform state employees of
their lawful alternatives.
But the consideration of
flawless bureaucratic ac action,
tion, action, in a society govern governed
ed governed by laws and not yet,
at least, governed by wil wilful
ful wilful practitioners of po power
wer power politics, could hard hardly
ly hardly excuse the harm done
to the community at large.
Swift, ruthless adminis administration
tration administration of policy may me mesmerize
smerize mesmerize a political au audience,
dience, audience, but it cannot of
itself eliminate the ca capacity
pacity capacity for harm inherent
in the policy.
I FOR ONE do not in intend
tend intend to teach at any pub public
lic public institution in the Sta State
te State of Florida during
the forthcoming contrac-

tual year, 1963-64. It is
my understanding that
anyone who does intend to
do so, or knows that he
will be expected to do so,
must be fingerprinted
prior to employment.
With that order I have no
quarrel whatever.
What appears at this
stage to be hopelessly
ambiguous, howeveris
whether or not I may con continue
tinue continue as an employee of
the University of Flori Florida
da Florida this year if I do not
submit my fingerprints
before February 1, 1963.
No one knows the answer
to this question becahse
public officials have thus
far chosen to evade their
responsibility to an announce
nounce announce a policy relevant
to this matter. The best
answer I have obtain obtained
ed obtained so far is nothing short
of fantastic: I have been
told that those who fail to
comply with the finger fingerprinting
printing fingerprinting directive will be
looked at individually;
those that please the Bo Board
ard Board will be allowed to
get away with it, and
those that fail to please
the Board will be dis dismissed.
missed. dismissed. Needless to say,
the criteria for what it
takes to be pleasing
have been kept under
wraps.
Frankly, I do not know
whether or not I would
be fingerprinted in order
to keep my contract vi viable
able viable for the remainder of
the year. But until lam
told specifically what
procedures shall apply to
and what sanctions will
accompany non-compli non-compliance,
ance, non-compliance, and until I am told
in writing from responsi responsible
ble responsible officials, or read in
print reliable statements
thereto, I have no choice
but to withhold my finger fingerprints.
prints. fingerprints.
This statement shall
serve as public notice of
the good faith of the un undersigned
dersigned undersigned
EDWARD RICHER,
INSTRUCTOR
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Black, White and Now Green

By Jack Horan
According to Defense
Department figures last
week, the cumulated cost
of entering and keeping
Negro James Meredith in
the University of Missis Mississippi
sippi Mississippi has reached $3.5
million of taxpayers* mo money.
ney. money.
The approximate cost
per day of billeting, pay paying
ing paying and feeding the fed federal
eral federal troopsi n Oxford runs
$14,000 per day. These
costs do not include 700
federal marshals, which
are under the Justice De Department.
partment. Department.
Although most of the mo money
ney money would have been spent
if the troops had been sta stationed
tioned stationed in the country pick picking
ing picking up cigarette butts or
plodding throughthe jung jungles
les jungles of South Viet-Nam, it
still is hard to believe that
such a staggering amount
was used to support the
education of one man at
one university.
$3.5 million could be uti utilized
lized utilized to send 5,833 stud students
ents students to college for four
years ($1,500 per year) or
send 3.5 million CARE
packages to starving peo people
ple people in Asia. How many ho-
Dear Professors:
For the past four years
I have watched you sound
off against all forms of en
croachments to your
freedoms. The admin administration,
istration, administration, the board of
control, the Johns Com Committee
mittee Committee have all come
within the range of your
vicious tongues.
Now I must ask you
if you are only going to
continue to fill the air with
mighty words or i| you
will surprise all concern concerned
ed concerned by doing something a about
bout about your grievances?
YOU HAVE continual continually
ly continually let any group from the
Zuber P.T.A. to high and
mighty Charlie Johns, tell
you how to act and what to
teach.
WHY CANT you make
the teaching profession
something to be proud of?
Why cant you set up some
professional ethics and
follow them? Why can't
you tell the god from
Starke" that you can keep
your organization clean
without any politically
ambitious man from in interfering?
terfering? interfering? Why cant you
keep incompetents out of
the profession?
THE STUDENTS erf this
university want to respect
you but you must show us
something to respect.
In conclusion, 1 wish to
say that, if you are going
to keep talking, lets see
some action, and if not
why don't you just shut up
and keep your heads down
where they belong.
JAMES E. LUZZO, 4ED
JOHN MANN, 2UC

spitals, roads and schools
could be built with this
amount?
But can ideals, individ individuals
uals individuals rights or the admini administering
stering administering of the law of the
land be measured in doll dollars,
ars, dollars, or can it be written
down on a military bud budget?
get? budget? How much money is
spent in the courts toadj toadjuctation
uctation toadjuctation and formulate the
country's laws. This is
just another way of effect effecting
ing effecting a court ruling.
Ironically, the greatest
immediate benefactor of
this situation is the state
of Mississippi and the city
of Oxford.
The $3.5 million injected
into the state's economy

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spent by the soldiers ben benefits
efits benefits the people who it
is aimed against.
In other words, the fede federal
ral federal government is subsid subsidizing
izing subsidizing the agitators and se segregationists
gregationists segregationists to obstruct
a federal court order. You
could say that the Missis Mississippians
sippians Mississippians are being paid to
allow a Negro to attend th their
eir their university, or compe compensated
nsated compensated for the trouble they
have caused.
Anyway, many pockets
will be bigger and merch merchants
ants merchants will grow fatter bec because
ause because of the presence of fe federal
deral federal troops.
There is a remarkable
parallel to) the integra integration
tion integration and to the movie The
Mouse That Roared' , wh where
ere where the single economy of
a little European country
was drying up, so she tri tried
ed tried to fight a war with the
United States so it would
conquer the country and
send foreign aid to rebuild
the economy.
But in Mississippi, the
state can probably collect
enough in taxes off the fe federal
deral federal money that it can
pay any fine Gov. Ross
Barnett receives.

Wednesday, November 7,1962 The Florida Alligator

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The Florida Alligator Wednesday/ November 7,1962

Student On The Street
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Campus Opinion The Same
Before And After Auburn Game

By Ron Spencer
Gator Sports Writer
How do UF students feel
concerning this years
Fightin Gator football
team? And, what do these
collegians feel about
Floridas accomplish accomplishments
ments accomplishments to date? The
first four students were
interviewed BEFORE the
Auburn game, in which
Florida pulled a stunning
22-3 upset, to the sur surprise
prise surprise of many.
QUESTION: How do you
feel about this years
Florida football team and
its accomplishments to
date?
SMITH, 2 UC
Gators) had everything
they needed to come out
on top in the Southeastern
Conference except fan
support.
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GLORIA BODDIE, 2 UC
They (the Gators)
havent got the same spir spirit
it spirit as in 1960. Pve seen
Florida play when they
were really great (in6o).
But, I do think we should
stay behind them even
though they are not as
good as in 1960.
RICK BATES, 2 UC
I thought they did
pretty well at the first of
the year, but the Duke
game was a disappoint disappointment
ment disappointment to me. I was not op optimistic
timistic optimistic toward the LSU
game, and thought we did
as well as could be ex expected.
pected. expected.
When asked about his
predictions concerning
the FSU game, Bates an answered,
swered, answered, Well take FSU,
Ill be disappointed if we
dont. Weve got a pretty
good team.
808 SWEET, 1 UC.
Theyve done good a against
gainst against poor teams, but not
too good against the stif stiffer
fer stiffer competition. I think
the three-team system is
good and that we have a
good coach. The evenly evenlymatched
matched evenlymatched teams coming up
(Georgia, FSU and Miami)
will determine whether or
not Florida has a winning

or losing But,
added Sweet, who plans to
major in business, with
the material they have,
they should have a lot bet better.
ter. better.
That was BET ORE the
Auburn game. Nowhowa Nowhowabout
bout Nowhowabout student opinion after
the game? Surprisingly
enough, there was not a
great amount of differ difference,
ence, difference, although most of the
students interviewed see seemed
med seemed to respect the Gators
more now than before
their win over previously
unbeaten Auburn.
Heres what the polled
students asserted:
KEN CEBECK, 3 EE
I think they have
shown signs of greatness
at some times, but I have
also been disappointed at
others. If they play the
brand of football theyre
capable of playing, Im
sure they will go unde undefeated
feated undefeated the rest of the sea season.
son. season. Potentially, they
have a lot of great
players.
JACK HARPER, 3 PE
Theyve done what
the experts expected them
to do and they have looked
good in their victories and
bad in their defeats.
WENDELL DAVIS, 3PE
a key to their pass defen defense
se defense troubles against Au Auburn
burn Auburn when they began to
red-dog the passer. I
think theyve done about
what was expected of
them, but except for
something minor in their
offense, they could have
been a great team.
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In This Corner
Ban That Book
%p| Stop That Smut
By Jared Lebow
Gator Sports Editor
Before I begin let me apologize to all those who
expected this to be a sports column. True I am sports
editor and as holder of this title l am supposed to
write articles concerning sports. But in the past few
days certain events have occured which make it my
patriotic duty to present the following report.
Sunday, I read in the Alligator that the Board of
Control had issued an edict ordering the removal of
any obscenity in books and teaching materials found
in the University. Such a purge is needed, fellow stu students.
dents. students. All around us there is smut, dirt and sugges suggestive
tive suggestive literature.
There is one particular book that has thus far e eluded
luded eluded the all seeing and protective eye of the Johns*
Committee and the Board. How this volume has pass passed
ed passed un-noticed is beyond me, since it can be found in
our library, the campus bookstore and in many dor dormitory
mitory dormitory rooms (where it is often read in the darkness
and quiet of night).
In leafing through the pages, I have found such sug suggestive
gestive suggestive passages as:
How fair and pleasant you are, o loved one, deli delicate
cate delicate maidenl You are stately as a palm tree and your
breasts are like its clusters. I say I will climb the
palm tree and lay hold of its branches.
Or elsewhere this advice to a young maiden:
....put on your best clothes and go down to the
threshing floor; but do not make yourself known to the
man until he has finished eating and drinking. But
when he lies down, observe the place where he lies;
then, go and uncover his feet and lie down; and he will
tell you what to do.
There are dozens of these suggestive sections in the
book, inflaming and warping the minds of our youth.
Even worse is the fact that the book is freely distri distributed,
buted, distributed, right under the noses of the administration by
a group calling themselves the Gideons (obviously a
Communist front organization).
But this book is not filled with smut alone. It also
professes the Communist doctrine:
The sleep of a laboring man is sweet, whether he
eat little or much: but the abundance of the rich will
not suffer him to sleep.
No thats Marxist idelogy if lever saw it. Praising
the proletariat and attacking the capitalist.
So I appeal to the Board and the Johns Committee.
Waste not a minute in ridding our campus of this book.
Lotheridge Leads SEC Rushing
Dupree Ranks Second

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. UPI
-Georgia Tech triple triplethreat
threat triplethreat quarterback Billy
Lothridge picked up 174
yards against Duke to
continue as the Southeast Southeastern
ern Southeastern Conference total off offense
ense offense leader this week.
Lothridge, who guided
Tech to a 20-9 win over
Duke last weekend, leads
in total offense with 1,153
yards according to sta statistics
tistics statistics released today by
SEC Commission Bernie
Moores office.
Lothridge has 382 yards
on the ground to lead in
rushing and 771 yards by
passing, second only to
Alabama quarterback Joe
Namath who has 824 yards
through the air.
Namath is second in
total offense with 941
yards thanks to 195 yards
picked up in Alabamas
20-0 win over Mississi Mississippi
ppi Mississippi State. Larry Rake Rakestraw,
straw, Rakestraw, Georgia signal

caller, was third in to total
tal total offense with 912 yards.
Laxry Dupree of Flori Florida,
da, Florida, who picked up 69 yards
running against Auburn,
was second in rushing
with 367 yards. Alabama
fullback Eddie Versprille
was third with 310 yards.
Rake straw was third in
passing with 734 yards.
Namath had the highest
percentage of comple completions,
tions, completions, hitting on 53 of 86
tries compared to 62 of
111 for Lothridge and 44
of 100 attempts for Rake Rakestraw.
straw. Rakestraw.
George Canale of Ten Tennessee
nessee Tennessee led in punting with
28 averaging 42 yards per
try. Hagood Clarke of
Florida was second aver averaging
aging averaging 41.2 yards per kick
on 30 punts.
Clem Dellenger of Tu Tulane
lane Tulane led in pass receiv receiving,
ing, receiving, grabbing 28 for 225
yards.