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Student Jury System Hit

The Florida
A 1 ligator

Vol .55, N 0.36 University of Florida, Gainesville Thursday, November 8/ 1962

UF Prof
Os City

By GLORIA GALL
Gator Staff Writer
i
Political science prof professor
essor professor John M. DeGrove
will not run for the Gain-
Gladin Airs
Objections
On Monday
Objections to vote-ob vote-obtaining
taining vote-obtaining tactics by Student
Government (SG) election
officials in last weeks
student body constitu constitutional
tional constitutional revisions* balloting
will be heard Monday.
Airing complaints at the
3:30 p.m. SG Election
Board meeting will be
Tolbert Area Council
Treasurer Steve Gladin.
Gladin is protesting
signs in election areas
urging students to vote,
and also a late Friday
vote-getting attempt in
which election officials
brought ballots to larger
UF fraternity houses.
The revisions passed by
an overwhelming 9-1 vote
margin but barely mana managed
ged managed to creep above the 25
per cent vote turnout re required
quired required for validation un under
der under the student body con constitution.
stitution. constitution.

Mormons B^g in Student Center
- See Story, Photo: ~ t

. o n i tiy*tioH e i a. Page Three

Bows Out
Election Bid

esville City Commission.
Earlier, DeGrove had
hinted possible candidacy
in the upcoming elections.
Since two qualified
menEdwin B. Turling Turlington
ton Turlington and A. D. Sutherland Sutherlandhave
have Sutherlandhave entered_the race,**
hi
HUGH CUNNINGHAM
.. .still undecided about
election
DeGrove said, I will ac actively
tively actively support them and
will not enter the race/*
Both commission can candidates
didates candidates backed by De-
Grove are classroom in instructor
structors instructor Turlington at
Gainesville High School
and Sutherland, interim
lecturer in electrical en engineering
gineering engineering at the UF.
Only one other UF pro professor
fessor professor Hugh Cunning Cunningham
ham Cunningham has expressed o open
pen open interest in running for
a commission post.
Journalism professor
Cunningham still has not
decided whether to run
and now says his candi candidacy

dacy candidacy primarily depends
on how my personal em employment
ployment employment situation works
out.**
If Cunningham decides
to run, he will be the first
fulltime UF professor to
seek public office since
the State Board of Con Control
trol Control ruled earlier this
year in favor of allowing
professors to participate
in politics.
Before the ruling, pro professors
fessors professors could not hold of office
fice office or participate in po politics
litics politics unless resignations
were submitted first.
Law Library
Repair Ends
The College of Law Li Library,
brary, Library, hard hit by a late
September fire, is expec expected
ted expected to be in full time use
late this week.
According to Law School
Dean Frank E. Maloney,
repairs on the librarys
main reading room are
just about finished.
The main reading room
vas the scene of the most
extensive damage to the
library during the $75,000
blaze.
According to Maloney,
all books ruined by the
fire have either been re replaced
placed replaced or ordered.

Jurors Said
' Too Lenient

By DENISE SCHULLER
Gator Staff Writer
Honor Court Justice Ta Tamadge
madge Tamadge G. (Jerry) Rice
yesterday called for a abolishment
bolishment abolishment of the present
Honor Court jury system,
charging student jury
members were too len lenient.
ient. lenient.
Rices remarks drew
a quick rebuttal from Ho Honor
nor Honor Court Chancellor Tad
Davis, who said the jury
system was effective,
although I may not always
agree with its decisions. *
Advocating a return to
the former system of jus justices
tices justices ruling on the guilt
or innocence of a defend defendant,
ant, defendant, Rice said student ju jurors
rors jurors were too lenient
because they hear only
one case and do not get
the experience that the ju justices
stices justices had from hearing
a number of cases.
Justices Carven An Angel,
gel, Angel, Shep King and Dee
Shinn yesterday backed
Rice in his denouncement
of the student jury sys system.
tem. system.
Vice Chancellor J. D.
(Chip) Randall and Jus Justice
tice Justice Pat Mays support supported
ed supported the system, saying that
it gives the student body
a greater voice.
The remaining eleven
justices were unavailable
for comment last night.
A student body const constitutional
itutional constitutional revision, pass passed
ed passed in Fall 1961, provid provided
ed provided for the change from de decisions
cisions decisions handed down by
Honor Court Justices to
verdicts by a six-man
jury selected before each
trial.
According to Rice, he
hasnt been called upon to
do any Honor Court work
since his one-year term

began last spring.
Were supposed to in investigate
vestigate investigate the cases,
Rice said, but so far. I
havent been called upon
to do anything.
Davis admitted a pro problem
blem problem existed in distribut distributing
ing distributing cases among the jus justices
tices justices for investigation.
Many times we have
the same justices do the
investigations because we
cannot contact the
others, Davis said.
According to Davis, few fewer
er fewer convictions have been
handed down under the
student jury system, al although
though although he does not knov
the specific figures.
But I havent made
any particular conclu conclusions
sions conclusions yet as to whethei
the student juries are toe
lenient or not, he added.
After youve had some
experience, Rice said,
you begin to realize thai
you have to be fairly str strict
ict strict to impress upon the
rest of the students that
the Honor Court is in ef effect
fect effect and working to pre preserve
serve preserve the Honor system.
Apparently even more
emphatic than Davis in
defense of the present
jury system was Honor
Court Clerk Dick Gober,
who labeled the student
jury idea as a great im improvement
provement improvement over the past
justice system.
Justices would hear
the same defenses over
and over again, and would
tend to become hardened
to certain defense argu arguments,
ments, arguments, Gober said.
According to Gober,
the student jury has a
greater tendency to la label
bel label a defendant innocent
until guilty than
the justices had in the
past.



The Florida Alligator Thursday, November 8,1962

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Adenauer Denies
'Terror 1 Tactics

BONN (UPI) -A table tablethumping
thumping tablethumping Chancellor
Konrad Adenauer yester yesterday
day yesterday angrily denied that
police used Nazi gestapo
terror* tactics in
cracking down on a West
German news magazine
which allegedly published
NATO defense secrets.
The charges were made
by opposition Social
Democrats during a tum tumultuous
ultuous tumultuous parliament ses session
sion session on the Der Spiegel
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pled the Adenauer coa coalition
lition coalition government.
Police recently raided
the magazines offices in
Bonn and Hamburg, con confiscated
fiscated confiscated files and arrest arrested
ed arrested the publisher and four
staff members on charges
of treason and bribery for
printing alleged secrets
concerning a NATO ex exercise.
ercise. exercise.
BULLETIN
NEW YORK(UPI)
Eleanor Roosevelt, 78,
one of the most famous
women in American his history,
tory, history, died Wednesday
night.
Rebel Handbill
Urges Ostracism
OXFORD, Miss. (UPI)
-A handbill labeled re rebel
bel rebel resistance and urg urging
ing urging obstracism of Negro
James H. Meredith was
circulated yesterday on
the University of Miss Mississippi
issippi Mississippi campus.
Let no student speak
to him and let his attempt
to make friends* fall on
cold, unfriendly faces,**
the handbill said.

Mr. X. Suggesfs
East West Test Ban

MOSCOW (UPI) -Pre -Premier
mier -Premier Nikita S. Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev announced last ni night
ght night the current series of
Soviet nuclear tests would
end by Nov. 20 and su suggested
ggested suggested that now was
a good time for East-
West agreement on an at
omic test ban.
Khrushchev, in his first
meeting with the press
since the Cuban crisis,
told newsmen and diplo diplomats
mats diplomats at a reception
that the world had come

Nixon Quits As
GOP Party Chief

SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)
-Gov. Edmund G. Brown
knocked Richard M. Ni Nixon
xon Nixon through the political
ropes and the former vi vice
ce vice president surrender surrendered
ed surrendered his role as active lea leader
der leader of the Republican par party.
ty. party.
Nine hours after Bro Brown
wn Brown had clamed victory in
their race for governor of
California Nixon conced conceded
ed conceded and told newsmen:
I look for the Re Republican
publican Republican party to be re revitalized
vitalized revitalized in 1964. And
I look for it to be re revitalized
vitalized revitalized in California un under
der under new leadership, not
mine.**
He said this was his
last press conference and
added, I plan to take a
holiday. It will be a long
holiday.**
Nixon said gubernator gubernatorial
ial gubernatorial results in the East and
Midwest laid the ground groundwork
work groundwork for a new Republi Republican
can Republican bid for national po power
wer power in 1964. He men mentioned
tioned mentioned particularly New
York, Pennsylvania, Mi Michigan
chigan Michigan and Ohio.
And we must carry
California in 1964,** he
said, if we are to carry
the nation.**
Along with Browns vic victory
tory victory California Demo Democrats
crats Democrats made good on their
pledge to give Kennedy ei eight
ght eight more Democrats in
Congress.
The only major Repu Republican

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very close, very close
to a thermonuclear con conflict
flict conflict over Cuba. Both si sides
des sides were ready he said.
He admitted the So Soviets
viets Soviets had placed 40 roc rockets
kets rockets on the island for the
defense of Cuba but said
now we have taken out
our rockets and they are
probably on the way
back. He also impli implied
ed implied the 40 rockets were
not enough to give the So Soviets
viets Soviets a decisive military
advantage over the Uni-

blican Republican win has that of U.
S. Sen. Thomas H. Kuc Kuchel,
hel, Kuchel, GOP whip who was
re-elected by defeating
state Sen. Richard Rich Richards.
ards. Richards.
Brown, 57, claimed vic victory
tory victory at 1 a.m. 4 a.m. EST
in a statement to cheer cheering
ing cheering Democrats at the Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood Palladium. He
said:
In this state, that with within
in within 30 short days will be
the largest state in the
union, I regard this as a
victory also for Presi President
dent President John F. Kennedy.
Brazil Si!
Cuba No!
RIO DE JANERIRO (U (U---PI)
--PI) (U---PI) -A government trade
official said yesterday
Brazil has high hopes of
replacing Cuba as the ma major
jor major tobacco supplier for
the United States.
Trade official Joao Pau Paulo
lo Paulo do Rio Branco said such
exports could mean an
added S4O to SSO million
yearly income to Brazil.
He said Brazils chances
of getting the Cuban bus business
iness business are excellent.
Brazil also expects to
substitute Cuba as a sour source
ce source of supply in the U.S.
market for lobsters and
pineapples, Do Rio Bran Branco
co Branco said.

ted States.
Khrushchev made this
series of points:
-At the present there
is no such necessity for
a summit conference on
testing or any other is issue.
sue. issue.
-He added the Berlin
problem is assuming
greater acuteness now
and there must be a peace
treaty but he refused to
set any time limit. He
declined to say whether
Russia planned future
East-West talks on Ber Berlin.
lin. Berlin.
-He indicated he had
no plans to attend the Uni United
ted United Nations in New York
but said, I have heard
the rumors.
. -He rebuked West Ger German
man German Chancellor Konrad
Adenauer for saying the
Russians had been forced
to withdraw the Cuban
missiles and said they
are in good shape and sui suitable
table suitable for West Germany.
-He had high praise
for Cuba, said the tiny
state of 7-million could
not harm its giant nei neighbor
ghbor neighbor and asked whythe
smell of Cuba should be
so offensive to the Uni United
ted United States.
New Charges
In Hoffa Trial
v
NASHVILLE, Term. (U (U---PI)
--PI) (U---PI) -A witness testified
yesterday that trucks in
which Teamsters boss
Jimmy Hoffa allegedly
held an illegal interest
were assigned to a high highly
ly highly profitable Cadillac
hauling business for a about
bout about seven years.
The government wit witness
ness witness said trucks owned
by Test Fleet Inc. and
leased to Commercial
Carriers, a nationwide
automobile transport,
firm, remained at the Ca Cadillac
dillac Cadillac hauling terminal in
Detroit even after trucks
owned by key employees
of Commercial were dis dismissed.
missed. dismissed.



Building Begins On Mormon Structure

BY JUDY BARNES
A SIOO,OOO Mormon Stu Student
dent Student Center to accommo accommodate

HNcPS s a
''~* MORMON STUDENT CENTER
.. .is under construction adjacent to Norman Hall. The SIOO,OOO structure is expected

to be completed June I.

Student Loan Program
Hands Out 5 1 r OOO,OOO

Nearly a million dollars
was borrowed during the
last fiscal year by stu students
dents students here from a single
UF loan program.
Loans made by the UF
Loan Program amounted
to $847,000 between July
1961 and June 1962, ac according
cording according to UF Cashier
L. B, Gravely.
This loan program is
made up almost entirely
of donations and had its
beginnings in 1926, Gra Gravely
vely Gravely said. At that time
there were no athletic
scholarships and the
Gainesville Rotary Club
established a fund for
needly athletes.
The 1926-originatedfund
has been incorporated

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Mormons is under const construction
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with later money sources
into the present UF Loan
Program, Gravely said.
The Dollars for Scho Scholars
lars Scholars national defense
loan program is not in included
cluded included in the University
Loan Program.
Records show total a amounts
mounts amounts borrowed each
year and the size of in individual
dividual individual loans have in increased
creased increased steadily each
year.
Student loans from the
program carry a two per
cent application fee and
after 90 days begin bear bearing
ing bearing a three per cent an annual
nual annual interest.
Students interested in
borrowing from the fund
may apply at Tigert 128.

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Thursday, November 8,1962 The Florida Alligator

lied the Gainesville Insti Institute
tute Institute Church of Jesus Chr Christ
ist Christ of the Latter Day Sain Saints,
ts, Saints, will also be used by
Gainesvilles 150 Mor Mormons
mons Mormons for services and re recreation.
creation. recreation.
Completion date is set
for June 1.
Members of the local ch church
urch church are building the one
story center. Church su superintendent
perintendent superintendent Lucien Reed
is in charge of construc construction.
tion. construction.
Architects David Reaves
and Dan Branch of Gaine Gainesville
sville Gainesville designed the 130-
foot-long building to refl reflect
ect reflect three basic Mormon
activitiesworship and
education, community ac activity
tivity activity and recreation.

The modern-style struc structure
ture structure includes a touch of
Spanish architecture. Ro Rooms
oms Rooms open onto a patio to
be used for dances.
Exterior of the building
will be of gold-colored
brick Wrought iron gates
enclose the main ent entrance.
rance. entrance.
Four UF faculty me members
mbers members plan to join the Mo Mormon
rmon Mormon Center. They inclu include
de include Dr. A. C. Wamick of
the department of animal
science, Dr. S. C. Schank
of agronomy; Dr. C. B.
Hall of ornamental horti horticulture
culture horticulture and Dr. Murray
W. Shields of economics.
Shields is also president
of the Gainesville branch
church.

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The Florida Alligator Thursday, November 8,1962

UF Frosh
Now Tops
In Brains
The 1962 freshman class
has more brainpower than
any other class in the
UFs history with 76 per
cent of the students above
the national norm, a check
of test scores has shown.
A list of intelligence
tests prepared by the
Board of Student Examin Examiners
ers Examiners showed the increases
is slightly more than the
apnual total increases re registered
gistered registered in recent years.
English (C-3) Departm Department
ent Department chairman J. Hopper
Wise attributes the rise in
intelligence to increased
entrance requirements at
the UF.
Until two years ago, st students
udents students in the lower 40 per
cent of entrance test sco scores
res scores were not admitted.
Students in the bottom 60
per cent now are dropped.
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NOVEMBER?
If you are a qualified engineering stu student
dent student who feels your future lies in re research
search research or applied engineering, be sure
to see the Linde Company repre representative
sentative representative when he is interviewing on
campus.
Ihe Linde Laboratories provide
an ideal growth environment for the
scientific-minded. Significant is the
fact that, in only 15 years, Linde re research
search research and applied engineering people
have created products and facilities
which now account for more than half
of the companys total sales volume.
You can grow as LINDE grows.
Contact your engineering placement
office now for an appointment.
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Population Swells

Florida has added 400,
000 persons to its swell swelling
ing swelling population in the past
27 months, bringing the
states total to 5,349,000
persons, according to a
UF study.
Estimates of the popu population
lation population of Florida counties
since the April 1960 cen census
sus census show the state grow growing
ing growing at a rate of at least
twice as fast as the rate
of the nation, says Dr.
John N. Webb, UF pro professor
fessor professor of economics and
author of the report.
Dade County became the
first county in the states
...
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Whats New In .
PAPERBACKS?
THE WINTER OF OUR DISCONTENT
... .John Steinbeck
PLAIN ENGLISH HANDBOOK
... .Walsh & Walsh
THE GREaT DEBATE..Scott, Hill, Burns
THE GREAT DEPRESSION
....David A. Shannon
PSYCHOANALYSIS AND PSYCHOTHERAPY
.... Robert A. Harper
THE CAUSES OF THE CIVIL WAR
.... Kenneth M. Stampp
A FAREWELL TO ARMS. .Ernest Hemingway
THE ABC OF PHYSICS. .Jerome S. Meyer
COMPUTERS Stanley L. Englebardt
MAN & DOLPHIN..John C. Lilly
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history to jump over the
million mark. It climbed
89,000 persons to reach
an estimated 1,024,100
and now holds one-fifth of
the States population.
The study reveals a pop population
ulation population increase of eight
per cent for Florida com compared
pared compared with about 3.6 per
cent for the United Stat States
es States during the 27-month
period.
Florida population gains
have been largely concen concentrated
trated concentrated in eight counties in
the southern half of the
State.
Brevard County, with a
gain of 23,000 persons
showed the highest per percentage
centage percentage gain, 20.9, when
compared to its 1960
count.* Webb said Brevard
is continuing the pace set
in the 1950 s which gave it
its position as the fastest
growing county in the na nation.
tion. nation.
Dade recorded 43,100
additional citizens. Duval
showed third position with

a gain of 27,100; Pinellas
population figures advan advanced
ced advanced by 26,600; Palm
Beach, 24,800; Brevard,
23,300; Orange, 21,900;
and Hillsborough, 14,900.
Trimester
Changes
Internships
Changes in the College of
Education intern program
have been brought about
by the trimester system.
Students must now plan
in advance to take the int intern
ern intern program in the first
or second trimester as the
public schools will not be
open during the spring tri trimester.
mester. trimester.
Instead of 13-week inter internships,
nships, internships, interns now only
serve 12 weeks. Educati Education
on Education seminars have also
been cut from three to two
weeks.
The pressures on the
interns are greater now
that the time in the field to
assimililate teaching ex experience
perience experience has been short shortened,*
ened,* shortened,* said education pr professor
ofessor professor Dr. Aleyne C.
Haines.

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Aristocrat
Weighs In
At 1,750

BY JEFF NESMITH
GATOR STAFF WRITER
H. S* F. Prince Victor-70
is an aristocrat.
A member of a very exc exclusive
lusive exclusive clique at the UF.
Prince Victor has three
aristocratic friendsKi friendsKintyremere-99,
ntyremere-99, friendsKintyremere-99, S. H. S.
Westhoff Imperator-640/1
and Zato Heir-EIOB.
All are bulls.
The four are senior herd
sires for the UF Agricul Agricultural
tural Agricultural Experiment Stations
Purebred Experimental
Beef Cattle Unit.
Prince Vcitor, a 1,750-
pound Polled Hereford,
was purchased from the
Santa Fe River Ranch in
Alachua for $23,000 or sl3
plus a pound.
The bull was given to the
UF by the Dixie Lilly Mil Milling
ling Milling Co. of Williston on
January 9, 1960.
Listed by the American
Hereford Associations
blue Book of Hereford
cattle are Prince Victor
and Zato Heir-EIOB, head
of the Horned Hereford
herd at the experiment
station. Kintyremere-99
is an Angus bull and W. H 0
S. Westhoff Imperator Imperator-640/1
-640/1 Imperator-640/1 is a Brahman.
In spite of the weighty
importance of the bulls,
the animals are not given
an excess of plush treat treatment,
ment, treatment, according to He Hentges.
ntges. Hentges.
They are handled in
much the same way as
wed expect them to be on
a. commercial cattle ran ranch,
ch, ranch, he said.
The bulls have private
harems, high quality pas pastures
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SG Chartering
Thanksgiving
Special Buses
By Howard Stonesifer
Gator Staff Writer
Thanksgiving Speci Special
al Special buses will be char chartered
tered chartered by Student Govern Government
ment Government to carry many UF
students non-stop to tur turkey
key turkey dinners.
Buses will go to the
Miami, Jacksonville and
Tampa-St. Petersburg a areas,
reas, areas, according to Toba
Ulman, who is working
with the Womens Student
Association and Mens
Presidents Council,
sponsors of the project.
We are offering the
students a chance to go
home faster for less mon money
ey money than if they traveled
by public transport transportation,
ation, transportation, said Miss Ulman.
Miss Ulman said round roundtrip
trip roundtrip tickets would cost sl3
to Miami, $6 to the Tam Tampa
pa Tampa St. Petersburg area
and $3 to Jacksonville.
The saving in bus far fares
es fares includes $4.44 to Mia Miami,
mi, Miami, $2.36 to the Tam Tampa
pa Tampa St. Petersburg area
and 91 cents to Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville.
Tickets go on sale to today
day today at the information bo booth
oth booth across from the Stu Student
dent Student Service Center. Tic Tickets
kets Tickets will be sold until Nov.
16 between 9 a.m. and 4:
30 p.m. daily.
Buses will leave the
campus at 4 p.m. Nov.
21, the Wednesday before
Thanksgiving, and return
before 10:30 p.m. Sunday,
Nov. 25.
Each bus will hold 41
persons, said Miss Ul Ulman.
man. Ulman. If one bus to each
location isnt enough,
well charter more bus buses,
es, buses, she said.

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By JEFF NESMITH
Gator Staff Writer
UF coeds returning to
dormitories under the in influence
fluence influence of alcohol usually
get helpnot hell.
When a girl in the
dorms has had too much
to drink, we try to help
her, said Miss Phyllis
Mabel, senior counsellor
for UF womens resi residence
dence residence halls.
If a girl needs to go to
the infirmary, we take
her; and if she is not be behaving
having behaving herself, we call it
to her attention so she
can do something about it.
But, we certainly ex expect
pect expect students returning to
the dorms to behave in a
manner becoming to a UF
coed, she added.
In some cases an of offense
fense offense slip is given if a
girl is intoxicated. Her

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fellow students in a dor dormitory
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cording according to Miss Mabel,
and appropriate dis disciplinery
ciplinery disciplinery action is taken.
Women Student Asso Association
ciation Association (WSA) Pres. Lynn
Chaffee said drinking has
not been much of a prob problem
lem problem because of the coeds
concern about their repu reputation.
tation. reputation.
Girls care a lot about
what other girls think of
them, said Miss Chaf Chaffee,
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mind some drinking, few
will condone drunken drunkenness.
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Thursday, November 8,1962 The Florida Alligator

Socialist Thomas
Will Talk At FSU

Socialist Norman Tho Thomas
mas Thomas and states rights ad advocate
vocate advocate Sen. Strom Thur Thurmond
mond Thurmond of South Carolina
will make addresses to
Madwoman
Erases Evil
Via Stairway
A problem of world
corruption is solved by a
stairway to Hell in the
Florida Players next pro production
duction production scheduled for
Dec. 5,6, 7 and 8.
According to play di director
rector director August Staub, the
madwoman tricks the
worlds corrupt power powerholding
holding powerholding men into follow following
ing following her down a stairway
in her basement leading
them to Hell.
The Mad Woman of
Chaillot, an impress impressionistic
ionistic impressionistic and surrealistic
play by Jean Giradoux,
is described by Staub as
a bright, whacky comedy
and a biting satire on ma materialism.
terialism. materialism.

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The liberal forum will
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Friday, Thurmond is be being
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Alii gator
editorials

thumbs down
The current controversy over the Board of Con Controls
trols Controls directive to the state universities brought
an aft-debated issue into the limelight againthat
of fingerprinting.
It was downright dumb of the Board to include the
fingerprinting order under the directive. They didnt
have to even say a word about it. It was already
in effect!
Gov. Farris Bryant had earlier ordered the finger fingerprinting
printing fingerprinting of all state employees. The measure, there therefore
fore therefore was not discriminatory to the state professors as
a group.
WE WOULD tend to agree with State AAUP Pre President
sident President Seymour Block in his fingerprinting stand.
He considers it okay because it is not discrimina discriminatory.
tory. discriminatory. He, however, says that if any of our pro professors
fessors professors feel their constitutional rights are being
violated, that the AAUP may have to defend them.
We cannot argue the moral side of fingerprint fingerprintingit
ingit fingerprintingit is basically a matter of a persons con convictions.
victions. convictions. We however, would like the Board to know
that inclusion of the thumb sampling was a thumb
sucking act.
, B.C.

Both Extremes Hurt Freedom

By DAVID HAMILTON
Editorial Page Editor
It is surprising that we
Americans have almost
no fear of the far Right
ultra conservatives,
whereas we are terrified
of those on the left. Yet
the danger of loosing our
traditional freedoms is
just as great from those
who would limit every everybodys
bodys everybodys freedom of speech
in order to protect 4free 4freedom
dom 4freedom in the abstract as
it is from the Commun Communists.
ists. Communists.
Perhaps the reason for
our lack of fear of those
on the far Right side of
the political scale is that
they are extremely zeal zealous

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ous zealous supporters of parti partiotism
otism partiotism and all its duties.
They are superpatriots
who reflect back on the
golden age of democracy
in this country, and con condemn
demn condemn those who are not
as zealous as they.
On the surface, ultra ultraconservatism
conservatism ultraconservatism a
very good thing, but judg judging
ing judging from their deeds ra rather
ther rather than their words, it
is the very destruction of
the things it seeks to ex extole
tole extole and protect.
Ultra conservatives
place their faith in in institutions
stitutions institutions and traditional
ways of doing things.
They have little faith in
mans goodness or per perfectability.
fectability. perfectability. Therefore,

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L6TTE3I& Over Hoover On Debate

they depend on institu institutions
tions institutions to preserve free freedom.
dom. freedom.
The Liberal, however,
has faith in mans abi ability
lity ability to improve and there therefore
fore therefore is willing to let him
be submitted to different
views and viewpoint. Ul Ultimately,
timately, Ultimately, the Liberal has
greater confidence in
mans innate intelligence.
Many people mistake the
meaning of the term Li Liberal.
beral. Liberal. A liberal is not
soft on Communism. A
TRUE Liberal is exactly the
opposite of a Communist.
He would be the first
one done away with in a
Communist totalitarian
state, for he would desire
to question and thinkfree thinkfreely.
ly. thinkfreely. He could not get a along
long along in a society where
there is no freedom.
The examples of the
evil of extremes are num numerous.
erous. numerous. The era of Mc-
Carthy was a black one,
and few people were bold
enough to stand up and ob object
ject object to the injustices and
high handedness of his
brand of extremism. On
a smaller scale we are
witnessing the same thing
in our state today in the
form of a high-handed
state legislative investi investigating
gating investigating committee.

Drop Us a Line
The Alligator welcomes letters of interest from students,
faculty, staff and Interested bystanders. All letters sub submitted
mitted submitted for publication must be signed, although names are
withheld upon request of the writer. For best results, keef
your letters brief and to the point. Address them to Editor,
The Florida Alligator, Florida Union.

EDITOR:
I fully disagree with
several statements made
by James E. Hurst in
your editorial of Nov. 4.
I BELIEVE such state statements
ments statements as denying the op opportunity
portunity opportunity to a communist
to speak at this Univer University*
sity* University* and preserving
our own principles** by
doing this are not only
senseless and ridiculous
but highly obscured.
It seems to me that
Mr. Hurst is not very well
aquainted with our demo democratic
cratic democratic beliefs, especial especially
ly especially freedom of speech,
ask Mr. Hurst and all stu students,
dents, students, who should be in interested
terested interested in this matter,
how can we fight commun communism
ism communism if we dont know what
it is? How can we fi fight
ght fight an enemy that we can
not see?
TO ILLUSTRATE my
point further I quote two
American psychologists
on the matter of sex in interest.
terest. interest.
The tremendous in interest
terest interest in sex among ad adolescents
olescents adolescents in Ameripa is
not explainable in terms
of the innate sex drive a alone,
lone, alone, but is attributable in
part to the taboos placed
upon it.
If it were possible for
one to deny young people
the privilege of inspect inspecting
ing inspecting the motors which are
under the hoods, or bon bonnets**,

nets**, bonnets**, of cars, and if ad adults
ults adults were to restrict their
conversation about such
motors to adult company,
immediately changing the
subject as youth enter
their presence, replying
to their queries by saying
they would have to wait
until they were older or
that nice boys and girls
werent interested in such
dirty things, it would not
be long before the young
would be stealing out at
night, flashlight in hand,
to find out just what
goes under those hoods*.
Is this not similar to the
general publics view of
communism?
OR TO quote John Stu Stuart
art Stuart Mill, An opinion
which authority attempts
to silence may be true.
Silencing it deprives the
human race of the op opportunity
portunity opportunity for exchanging
error for truth. Or per pertinent
tinent pertinent to our beliefs, An
opinion which authority
attempts to silence may
be error.
Silencing it loses for
mankind a benefit almost
as great as silencing tru truth:
th: truth: The clearer percep perception
tion perception and livelier impres impression
sion impression of truth produced by
tis collision with error.
I PERSONALLY am dis disgusted
gusted disgusted with individuals
who are afraid to match
their own beliefs and abi abilities
lities abilities with others oppos opposing
ing opposing them, for I believe
it not only shows cowar cowardice
dice cowardice but a doubt of their
own beliefs and abilities.
Finally I would like to
impose upon all those that
I have offended a tremen tremendously
dously tremendously wise sentence by J.
S. Mill, He who knows
only his side of the case,
knows little more
than that/' v
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'ls There a Doctor in
The House ? NO, He Says

EDITOR:
Monday morning when
I arose the glands on the
right side of my neck were
swollen and the vision in
my right eye was impair impaired.
ed. impaired. I called the infir infirmary
mary infirmary and was told there
would be no doctor avail available
able available until 9:30 a.m. How However,
ever, However, if I chose to come
immediately a nurse
would attend to me if pos possible.
sible. possible. After examining
me the nurse advise me
to wait for the doctor.
I was examined by a
doctor and informed that I
had an inf ection which was
believed to be not ser serious,
ious, serious, but just in case it
might be streptococcus
the doctor recommended
that a culture be taken,
and I was told to call the
doctor or the laboratory
at noon the following day
for the results.
TUESDAY AT noon I
phoned the infirmary and
asked for the doctor who
examined me. Being in informed
formed informed that he had been
called out of town and wo would
uld would not return for three
days I explained the si situation
tuation situation to the lad to whom
I was speaking. She ask asked
ed asked me to wait while she
checked with another doc doctor.
tor. doctor.

Freshman Raps Trickel
On His '4 Points Letter

UF Student Body Pres President
ident President Bill Trickel sent a
letter to the Communist
Party with what I pre presume
sume presume to be Trickel*s Four
Points. How can Mr. Tri Trickel
ckel Trickel ask the Communist
Party to explain the sup suppression
pression suppression of opposition and
denial to hear the Ameri American
can American viewpoint that is so
common in countries be behind
hind behind the iron curtain
when essentially the UF
campus is following the
same" course of action?
The Communists fear
exposure of the Democra Democratic
tic Democratic doctrine to Russians
swayed toward Demo Democracy;
cracy; Democracy; the UF campus
fears exposure of the
Communist doctrine to
UF students because
THEY might be swayed
toward Communism.
Mr. Trickel, can you
honestly say that Demo Democracy
cracy Democracy has the right to
shield its people from
truth and freedom of spe speech

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After a short wait she
returned to the phone and
told me that the doctor
who had treated me was
new in the infirmary and
didnt know that students
were not allowed to make
calls to the infirmary of
the nature of mine. Fur Further,
ther, Further, if I wished the re results
sults results of culture, I would
have to wait until the ex examining
amining examining doctor returned.
Otherwise, I would have
to go back to the infir infirmary,
mary, infirmary, have a new cul culture
ture culture taken, and wait for
its results.
The point is not that
I was denied medical at attention
tention attention three days when I
might have been very sick
by that time or unneces unnecessarily
sarily unnecessarily duplicating an ex examination,
amination, examination, the results of
which were available in
the laboratory.
IF THIS is an example
of the bureaucratic inef inefficiency
ficiency inefficiency to be expected
under a scheme of social socialized
ized socialized medicine, I am un undecided
decided undecided as to which is the
lesser of the two evils
exhorbitant medical costs
or time consuming, un unnecessarily
necessarily unnecessarily duplicative
processes.
I hope that my ex experience
perience experience with the infir infirmary
mary infirmary is an exception ra-

ech speech while that horrible,
bad, bad Communism
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synonymous with right,
without explanations, and
sometimes even without
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that students arent con consistently
sistently consistently treated as se second-class
cond-class second-class citizens when
they receive medical at attention
tention attention that they have paid
for.
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34-year-old lUC
'Consider Board
Action Alone
EDITOR:
The Board of Control
directive which excites so
much concern over aca academic
demic academic freedom in the
Universities of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, while a possible
outgrowth of the Greb Grebstein
stein Grebstein case, should be con considered
sidered considered separtely. The
exercise of poor or has hasty
ty hasty judgement in the Greb Grebstein
stein Grebstein case confuses the
lack of issue involved in
the current directive.
AS ONE who has at attended
tended attended a privately endow endowed
ed endowed university, not subject
to public control, I can
clearly see the basis for
issuance of the Board of
Control directive.
A private institution of
higher education is not
.subject to the continuing
control of the govern government.
ment. government.
However, where public
funds are directly allo allocated
cated allocated for the operation of
a public university (which
is also the creature of
the state, i.e. exists by
act of the state legislature
to serve a public pur purpose)
pose) purpose) the authority for
public control exists.
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of the University, as re regards
gards regards literal academic
freedom, would appear to
be diminished by the ri right
ght right and responsibility of
public control over insti institutions
tutions institutions supported by pub public
lic public funds. Supreme Court
decisions, in the past and
present would appear to
support this view.
THE CONTROVERSY
might more properly be
concerned with freedom
of speech, which is not
a special right restrict restricted
ed restricted to higher academi academicians.
cians. academicians. One wonders if
those who are so concer concerned
ned concerned over their academic
freedom of speech 1 re respect
spect respect and safeguard the
same right of free speech
for their students.
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Page 8

Gator Cagers Look Sharp
jAs Season Opener Nears

By ROBERT GREEN
Assistant Sports Editor
Basketball practice is
coming along about as ex expected,
pected, expected, with less than a
month to the opening game
according to head Coach
Norm Sloan.
The Gators begin prac practice
tice practice in mid October and
will open their season on
Nov. 30 against Miami in
Miami Beach. Home sea season
son season begins Dec. 3 again against
st against Jacksonville.
Sloan said the play of
his guards was very good,
his forwards were better
than average, and center
appeared a little weak at
this time.
According to Sloan, if
a starting team had to be
picked now it probably
would include Tom Bax Baxley
ley Baxley and Brooks Henderson
at guards, Richard Tom Tomlinson
linson Tomlinson and Tom Barbee at
forwards and Bob Hoff Hoffman
man Hoffman at center. All, ex except
cept except Barbee, are soph sophomores
omores sophomores with no varsity
experience.
Experience apparently is
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the Gators weak point
with only four players on
the squad with Southeast Southeastern
ern Southeastern Conference (SEC) ga game
me game time.
Gators will make their
first appearence before
the student body in the
annual Dollars for Sch Scholars
olars Scholars Varsity Freshman
game on Nov. 19 in Flor Florida
ida Florida Gym.
The game caps a big
day of sports with the
Baby Gator football team
meeting the Auburn fre freshmen
shmen freshmen in Florida Field
that afternoon.
Sloan will hold a clin clin.ic
.ic clin.ic for coeds and other
interested female fans on
Nov. 20 in Florida Gym.
He will go over rules and
plays with the basketball
team demonstrating.
The freshman team is
driving now and com coming
ing coming along nicely, ac according
cording according to Coach Jim Mc-
Cachren. The Baby Ga Gators
tors Gators will open against the
Jacksonville B team
Dec. 3.
McCachren did not sin single
gle single out any outstanding
players but said almost
all the players were good
shooters. The coach is
centering his efforts on
defense.
The freshmen team will
play 18 games this sea season,
son, season, including games with
freshmen teams of Flor Florida
ida Florida State, Vanderbilt,
Georgia Tech and South
Carolina.

a
The Harmon Football Forecast
TOP 20 TEAMS

1 MISSISSIPPI
2- ALABAMA
3 L. S. U.
4 WISCONSIN
5 NWESTERN

Friday, Nov. 9
Cincinnati 1C Detroit 13
Emporia College 32 Kansas Wesleyan .... C
Hillsdale 1C Ohio Northern ...... X
Missouri Valley 44 i ulver-Stockton 0
Occidental 59 California Tech 0
Southwestern, Kan. ..18 Sterling 6
Saturday, Nov. 10 Major Colleges
Alabama 21 Miami, Fla 1C
Arizona 18 Kansas State 7
Arizona State 23 Utah 8
Arkansas 10 Rice 0
Arlington State 14 Hardin-Simmons .... 13
Army 25 Oklahoma State 10
Auburn 15 Mississippi State 9
Boston College 17 Texas Tech 6
Boston University ...20 Connecticut 8
Brigham Young 13 Western Michigan .... 8
Clemson 22 Furman 0
Colgate 15 Bucknell 14
Cornell 20 Brown 15
Dartmouth 30 Columbia v . 7
Delaware 20 Rutgers 14
Duke 21 Maryland 14
Florida 22 Georgia 6
Fresno State 23 San Jose State 13
George Washington .. 14 William A Mary 8
Georgia Tech 21 Florida State 9
Harvard 19 Princeton 14
Holy Cross ...18 V. M. 1 6
Houston 17 Tulsa 7
Kansas 15 Ndaraska 7
Kentucky 17 Vanderbilt 0
L. S. U 2.1 T. C. U 7
Louisville 15 Kent State >
Memphis State 32 The Citadel 0
Miami, Ohio 27 Dayton 8
Michigan 21 Indiana 20
Michigan State 17 Purdue 14
Minnesota 14 lowa 8
Mississippi 47 Chattanooga 0
Missouri 35 Colorado 0
Montana State 19 Montana 13
Navy 21 Syracuse 20
New Mexico 24 Colorado State U. ... 8
New Mexico State ... 23 Texas Western 13
North Carolina 20 Virginia ..15
Notre Dame 22 Pittsburgh 20
Ohio State 21 Indiana 10
Ohio University 15 Bowling (ireen 10
Oklahoma 25 lowa State 8
Oregon 19 Washington State ... 7
Oregon State 34 Idaho 0
Pacific 15 San Diego State 14
Penn State 25 West Virginia 7
Richmond 20 Davidson lo
South Carolina 21 North Carolina State 15
* Southern California .24 Stanford 7
Southern Mississippi .33 Trinity, Texas 0
Temple 15 Toledo ..13
Tennessee 16 Tulane 0
Texas 21 Baylor 10
Texas A A M 20 S. M. U 19
U. C. L. A 15 Air Force 14
Utah State 21 Wyoming 20
Vllianova 26 Massachusetts 7
V. P. I 13 Wake Forest 7
Washington 13 California 0
West Texas 27 North Texas 0
Wisconsin 23 Northwestern 21
Xavier 24 Marshall 6
Vale 18 Pennsylvania 7
EAST (small colleges)
Alfred 18 Upsala 8
Amherst 21 Trinity, Conn 6
Bridgeport 20 American Intl 19
Buffalo 22 Gettysburg 0
Coast Guard 12 Central Connecticut .. 0
East Stroudsburg .... 29 Bloomsburg 6
Lafayette 20 Waynesburg 14
Lehigh 15 King's Point 6
Muhlenberg 19 Franklin A Marshall 7

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Emphasize Passes

Floridas football team
yesterday went to work
getting its feet on the gro ground
und ground and practicing pulling
passes out of the air.
Highlighting the prac practice
tice practice were interceptions by
Sidewinder linebacker
Tom Kelly.
The Big Blue back backfield
field backfield spent time working
on offensive pass patterns
with quarterback Tom
Shannon working on long
passes to ends Russ Bro Brown
wn Brown and Sam Holland.
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11 MICH. STATE
12 ARKANSAS
13 OHIO STATE
14 FLORIDA
15 OREGON

EAST ( con tin ued )
New Hampshire -5 Springfield 12
lilt. Lawrence -tl Hobart K
St. Vincent 13 Kings College 12
Southern Connecticut 2* Ithaca 20
Susquehanna 34 Union 0
Tufts IK Northeastern 7
Wagner 18 Hamilton 14
Wilkes 19 -Haverford 0
Williams 27 Wesleyan 6
Worcester Tech 14 Norwich ...13
MIDWEST (small colleges)
Akron 20 Wittenberg ...... 14
Albion 20 Hope 8
Anderson 13 I>eflance 7
Bradley 2. Ball State 13
Cent. College, lowa 19 Upper lowa 13
Central Michigan ..31 Kastern Illinois 0
Drake 29 N. Dakota State 0
K. Central Oklahoma 27 SK Oklahoma 7-
Kastern Michigan ...27 Alma U
K. New Mexico 20 NW Oklahoma 7
Indiana State 19 St. Joseph 14
lowa State College .20 Augustana, S.l>. .... 8
Kalamazoo 23 Olivet 7
Milllkin 30 Lake Forest 0
Missouri Mines 13 Central Missouri 12
Nebraska Wesleyaii .14 Colorado College 8
Northern Illinois .... 29 Lacrosse 0
Northern Michigan .18 Findlay 7
Northern State (S.D.) 23 Kearney 14
Omaha 19 Pittsburg 14
Ottawa 29 Bethany, Kansas 0
S. Dakota State 23 Morningside 7
SW Oklahoma .14 Langston .'.... 0
Taylor 20 Wilmington 6
Western Illinois 14 Illinois State 6
Wheaton 23 North Central ...?.. 7
SOUTH (small colleges)
Abilene Christian ...21 McMurray 11l
Arkansas State 13 Tennessee Tech 0
Catawba 21 Guilford 0
Central State, Ohio .36 West Va. State 0
Kast Tennessee 14 Middle Tennessee ....13
Kast Texas 14 Lamar Tech 10
Kastern Kentucky ... 20 Morehead 14
Kmory & Henry 14 Concord 6
Florence 19 Austin Peay 7
Hampden-Sydney ...14 Centre 0
Howard 20 Wofford 7
Lenoir-Rhyne 26 Klon 8
Louisiana College .21 Jacksonville 0
Martin Branch ...... 20 Troy State 6
Newberry 12 Western Carolina .... II
Prtpky terian 15 Appalachian 12
Sam Houston 24 S. F. Austin 7
SW Texas 14 Howard Payne 0
Washington & Lee .22 Sewaneei 20
Western Kentucky ...13 Murray 9
Western Reserve 16 Bethany, W. Va. .6
FAR WEST (small colleges)
Adams State -2i Colorado Mines 6
Cal Poly (Pomona) .20 Nevada 8
Cal Poly (5.L.0.) .18 Santa Clara 15
Cal Western 12 Riverside 0
Davis (U of Ca1.>...15 Chico State 7
Humboldt 45 Whitman 0
Idaho' State 23 Colorado Western .... 6
LaVerne 20 Claremont 18
Long Beach 20 Los Angeles 19
Pacific 15 Idaho College 12
San Francisco 14 Sacramento 7
Santa Barbara 19 Redlands 13
Western Washington .14 Central Washington .13
Whittier 20 Arizona State 7
Whitworth 30 Kastern Washington 0

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17 PURDUE
18 KANSAS
19 MISSOURI
20 MIAMI, FLA.

Shannon has passed for
368 yards in the first se seven
ven seven games. He has hit
38 out of 67 passes for
a 56.7 per cent comple comple,
, comple, tion record. If this av average
erage average is maintained, Sha Shannon
nnon Shannon will break the ex-
record sor pass
completion percentage in
a seasona record now
held by senior safetyman
Bobby Dodd, who in 19-
60 passed for a 54.5 com completion
pletion completion percentage.
Coach Ray Graves yes yesterday
terday yesterday warned footballers
the same fate can come to
them as came to Auburn,
upset 22-3 by the UF last
week, if the Gators are
not ready for Georgia Sa Saturday.
turday. Saturday.
* Practice has not been
going as well as I had be been
en been expecting, and I dont
know whether the boys are
ready to play the kind of
game it will take to b
Georgia, Graves s i