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Vol. 55, No. 39 University of Florida, Gainesville Tuesday, November 13, 1962

Alleged Vote Error
Studied by Group

Steve Gladin, former
Tolbert Area Council
treasuer, yesterday at the
Student Government (SG)
Election Board meeting
called for complete in invalidation
validation invalidation of the recent
constitutional revisions
balloting, charging that
election officials used il illegal
legal illegal vote-getting tactics.


Alligator Gets Slap
'Gave In to Pressure 1
Steve Gladin, while protesting the Constitution
revisions election, took a slap at the Florida All Alligator.
igator. Alligator.
Gladin told the election violation committee he
was against the revisions because they provided
for the ousting of Alligator editors without Legis Legislative
lative Legislative Council approval.
He said the editors had and would submit to pres pressures
sures pressures of the Board.
An editor changed his stand on the integration
story because he was threatened with impeach impeachment,
ment, impeachment, he said.
All the editors concerned with the story flatly
denied Gladin's charge and said th re were abso absolutly
lutly absolutly no grounds for the accusation.
Gladin refused to identify the editor or the Board
member who allegedly informed him.

13 lapped By
Fla. Blue Key
Thirteen UF students
were tapped Sunday for
membership in Florida
Blue Key
Barry Kutun, service;
Miami; Ron LaFace, pol politics,
itics, politics, Miami; Charles Du Dubose
bose Dubose Ausley, service,
Tallahassee; Bruce Cul Culpepper,
pepper, Culpepper, athletics; Talla Tallahassee;
hassee; Tallahassee; Hugh McArthur,
student government,
Tampa.
Also tapped were: Bill
Stanford, service, Fort
Walton Beach; Dan O-
Connell, service, West
Palm Beach* Clay Park Parker,
er, Parker, service, Jacksonville;
Tad Davis, student go government,
vernment, government, Jacksonville;
Bud Eubanks, service, St.
Petersburg; Bruce Star Starling,
ling, Starling, organization, Ocala;
Mac Melvin, service,
Milton; and Elder Sum Sumjner,
jner, Sumjner, service, Plant City.

Gladin said election off officials
icials officials brought ballots to
the larger UF fraternity
houses and posted illegal
signs in polling areas ur urging
ging urging students to vote.
Gladin said he felt the
charges were justified on
two measures. First that
signs were posted inside
voting areas requesting

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From left, first row: Bill Stanford, Mac Melvin,
Dan OConnell, Barry Kutun; second row: Clay

students to vote on the
changes and secondly that
the Honor Court Chancel Chancellor,
lor, Chancellor, who is required to
submit to the president
of the student body a list
of the polling areas, did
not list the fraternity
houses as polling areas.
The constitutional re revisions
visions revisions passed by an
overwhelming nine to one
vote margin, but just
managed to creep above
the required 25 per cent
vote turnout.
After hearing Gladin's
complaints, the board im immediately
mediately immediately went behind
closed doors to debate the
matter. No decision was
reached yesterday and
board members said pri private
vate private debate would contin continue
ue continue Thursday afternoon.
Gladin resigned his
treasuer er's post last
week when he lost a bid
for the Tolbert Area
Council presidency. The
Council was unsuccessful
in an Oct. 28 move to
oust Gladin from the trea treasurer's
surer's treasurer's position.

Seminole Sends Poem
To UF 'Alley-Gators
You rave and rant, you pitch and pant
because you really know you cant;
beat us Seminoles,
So holler long and holler loud
while of our team well be proud
when all is said and done,
It seems to me that all you say
is said long before the game is played
and afterwards, not a peep do we hear,
but that the sixth string was mere.
We really would like to see your fame,
but all you have is Liberatore lame,
and so to battle we will go and
we are sure, you wont want no moe
when all is said and done.
Ive heard you growl, Ive heard you bleat,
but wait until the game is played and
then youll say you cant compete.
Yes, we will Scalp-em and thats not all,
were really gonna have a ball
and after all is said and done, then
we will have the team that WON.
So go to you Ally-Gators, kiss your girls
and love your maters, because the day is
fast nearing, when you are gonna get asmearing.
The best to you I extend
and hope by Gophers you meet your end
and I shall no longer hear your cry,
but only a long and mournful sigh,
that you have MET MY SEMINOLES. SAMMY

Alumni Association Set
To Honor Dean Beaty

The UF and its Alum Alumni
ni Alumni Association will honor
Robert C. Beaty, long longtime
time longtime dean of students and
present Director of the
Alumni Loyalty Fund, in
special ceremonies Sat Saturday
urday Saturday morning proceed proceeding
ing proceeding the Florida-FSU foot football
ball football game.
A portrait of Dean
Beaty will be unveiled
and hung in the main loun lounge
ge lounge of the Florida Union,
student activity center on
the campus. It was paint painted
ed painted by portrait artist
Deane Keller of New York
on commission of the
alumni and the Univer University.
sity. University.

Parker, Elder Sumner, Hon LaFace; third row:
Hugh McArthur, Tad Davis, Bruce Starling, Bud
Eubanks, Bruce Culpeper. Not pictured DubyAusley.

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The unveiling cermon cermonies
ies cermonies will take place at
10:30 a.m.



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The Florida Alligator Tuesday, November 13, 1962

Nehru Appeals For Aircral

NEW DELHI (UPI)
Prime Minister Jawahar Jawaharlal
lal Jawaharlal Nehru disclosed Mon Monday
day Monday he has appealed to the
United States for military
aircraft and arms-mak arms-making
ing arms-making machinery to bolster
Indias defenses against
Chinese Communist ag aggressions.
gressions. aggressions.
He also told a group of vi visiting
siting visiting newsmen that he
recently received firm
assurances from Moscow
that the Soviet Union
would deliver ordered
supersonic MIG2I jet-fi jet-fighters
ghters jet-fighters on schedule and
would go through with
plans to establish a MlG MlGmanuf
manuf MlGmanuf acturing plant in In India.
dia. India.
Nehru said that while
he is seeking additional
military equipment from
the United States, India
has ho plans at present
for asking the American
military assistance group
to establish a training and
technical unit here.
A U.S. Embassy spokes spokesman
man spokesman later confirmed that
Indias request for more
military aid in the un undeclared
declared undeclared war with China
was under consideration.

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are under way between the
embassy and the Indian
Defense Ministry and that

Herrell Proposes
Districting Plan

TALLAHASSEE (UPI)
- Sen. W. C. Herrell of
Miami Springs introduc introduced
ed introduced a reapportionment plan
Monday he feels reasona reasonably
bly reasonably sure would get the ap approval
proval approval of at least one of
the federal judges who
must pass on validity of
any change in the Flori Florida
da Florida legislature.
The plan, which would
enlarge the Senate from
38 to 40 members and the
House from 95 to 127
members, was written by
William A. Mcae of Bar Bartow
tow Bartow several years ago
when Mcae was chair chairman
man chairman of a committee try trying
ing trying to get an acceptable
reapportionment bill for
the state.
Mcae, now a U.S. dis district
trict district judge, is one of the
three judge panel in
Miami that earlier this

a request for Canadii
made Caribou Transports
has been relayed to Wash Washington
ington Washington for action.

year ordered the legisla legislature
ture legislature to reapportion and
will have to pass muster
on the plan written by the
special session.
The Senate phase of the
bill eliminates a pro provision
vision provision of the present Con Constitution
stitution Constitution which prohibits
any county having more
than one senator.
It provides two sen senators
ators senators for each county with
a population exceeding
400,000 and three sena senators
tors senators for any county with
a population in excess of
one million.
Under the present cen census,
sus, census, Dade and Duval
counties would immedi immediately
ately immediately get two senators,
and by 1970, Dade, which
now has 935,000 re residents,
sidents, residents, would probably
grow into the three-sen three-senator
ator three-senator bracket.



Pork Choppers Man Committees

TALLAHASSEE (UPI)
House Speaker Mallory
Horne named reappor reapportionment
tionment reapportionment and rules com committees
mittees committees Monday which,
like their opposite num numbers
bers numbers in the Senate, were
dominated by small coun county
ty county legislators.
Named to head up the
rules and calendar com committee
mittee committee was outgoing
speaker William V. Chap Chappell
pell Chappell of Marion. Chairman
of the select committee on
constitutional amend amendments
ments amendments and reapportion-
Food Prices Are
Same for Decade
NEW YORK (UPI) The
housewife today pays only
20 cents of her income
dollar for food and the
prices she pays at the
supermarket are about
the same as 10 years ago,
President Paul S. Willis
of the Grocery Manufac Manufacturers
turers Manufacturers Association said
Monday.

I neioswire

ment was Rep. Welborne
Daniel of Lake.
The reapportionment
committee will have ltf e
or-death say-so over e every
very every reapportionment bill
to come before the house,
One Date
For Easter
VATICAN CITY )UPI)
-Ecumenical Council de delegates
legates delegates proposed talks
Monday with non-Catho non-Catholic
lic non-Catholic Christian churches to
adopt a common date for
Easter.
Both Catholics and Pro Protestants
testants Protestants now observe
Easter on the first Sun Sunday
day Sunday after the first full
moon of spring. The date
varies from year to year
between March 22 and
April 25.
NATO Forces
Lock Supplies
PARIS (UPI) Allied
Supreme Commander
Gen. Lauris A. Norstad
said confidently Monday
that NATO Europe can
be defended* and that he
has ordered Allied forces
in Central Europe to a adopt
dopt adopt a mobile forward de defense
fense defense strategy.
But he warned that Al Allied
lied Allied forces still are cri critically
tically critically short in many
ways** and suffer from
deficiences of serious
proportion.*
He said they still are
short of certain major u units,
nits, units, many existing units
are short in combat and
service supplies, there
are deficiencies in avai available
lable available supplies and there is
a general lag in furnish furnishing
ing furnishing modern equipment.
Adenauer Doesnt
Trust Krushchev
BONN (UPI) Chancel Chancellor
lor Chancellor Konrad Adenauer ex expressed
pressed expressed doubt Monday
that Soviet Premier Ni Nikita
kita Nikita S. Khrushchev had
really pulled all of its
missiles and nuclear
warheads out of Cuba.
He said he found it hard
to believe that Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev took the trouble of
sending the missiles and
other material to Cuba
only to ship them out a again.
gain. again.
Adenauer called for bet better
ter better proof on the withdraw withdrawal.
al. withdrawal. He urged inspection
on grounds that the only
proof so far are photo photographs
graphs photographs of covered objects
which he said is not
enough.



UF Studying Horse Disease

Equine piroplasmosis
may be difficult to pro pronounce
nounce pronounce but its results are
easy to predict most of
the time death.
Piroplasmosis is a par-
Socialist Cuts
UF Speech,
r
May Return
Socialist Norman Tho Thomas
mas Thomas two-weeks ago can cancelled
celled cancelled his UF speaking speakingengagement
engagement speakingengagement because of
duties in New York City,
according to G.H. Noggle,
faculty chairman of the
Liberal Forum, sponsors
of the lecture. ~
Noggle said the UF ad administration
ministration administration approvedthe
lecture and had nothing to
do with its cancellation.
Thomas also cancelled a
speech in Tampa.
We are trying to sched schedule
ule schedule Thomas for January.**
Noggle said.
Thomas received a
standing ovation after de delivering
livering delivering his speech Will
Man Survive,* before a
crowd of 900 at Flori Florida
da Florida State University Fri Friday
day Friday night.
Frosh Plan
Dollars Drive
The annual freshman
class drive for Dollars
for Scholars will take
place at Florida Field
during the third quarter
of the Florida-Florida,
State game this Saturday.
The drive is sponsored
by the freshman class
each year* according to
Jimmy Weber, chairman
of the event.

THE WINDSOR
in black
fikttttps snogs
102 W. University Ave. Phone 376-6945
OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS 'TIL 9 P.M.

asitic blood disease which
often proves fatal to hor horses.
ses. horses.
At the present time,
there is no treatment that
will eliminate the or organisms
ganisms organisms which cause this
disease.
Dr. George T. Edds,
Agricultural Experiment
Station veterinarian and
head of the Veterinary
Science Department, and
Dr. Charles B. Plummer,
Agricultural Extension
Service veterinarian are
conducting research with
the help of local prac practitioners
titioners practitioners in an effort to
stamp out this fatal dis disease.
ease. disease.
The disease is believ believed
ed believed to have entered this
country from Cuba in 19-
61 and since that time,
66 cases have been re reported

ROTC Students Here May Be
Better Off, Says Military Prof

The military status of
Florida ROTC cadets
would probably be better
in case of a national e emergency
mergency emergency than the or ordinary
dinary ordinary draftee,** said
Director of Army ROTC
Basic Instruction Lt. Col.
Willard E. Field.
In the Korean War ROTC
seniors were commiss commissioned
ioned commissioned early and juniors
could apply for Officers
Candidate School (OCS).
Boys with two years
of basic military behind
them would naturally fare
better in the enlisted
ranks. Anyone in the en enlisted
listed enlisted ranks can apply for
OCS,** Field said.
UF ROTC cadets corps
are not connected with the
present call-up of reser reservists.
vists. reservists.
The UF Army ROTC
command plans to hold
Commission Exercises
for students receiving
army commissions each

ported reported in southeast Flor Florida.
ida. Florida.
The disease is caus caused
ed caused by blood parasites, who
after gaining entry to the
blood stream, attack and
destroy the red blood
cells.
Symptons of the dis disease
ease disease vary a great deal
with the severity of the
infection.
At the present time,
there are no vaccines or
drugs to combat this dis disease.
ease. disease. Since ticks are the
most common type of car carrier,
rier, carrier, the best thing that
can be done is to eli eliminate
minate eliminate as many ticks as
possible.
Horse owners can only
rely on the current re research
search research to produce a drug
which will help wipe out
this fatal disease.

trimester regardless of
UF plans for a single con convocation
vocation convocation each year.
It*s much easier to get
a commission through
ROTC training than
through OCS,** comment commented
ed commented Field.
Prof Shenkel
Works On
Real Estate Book
The first syllabus ever
to be compiled for the
study of industrial real
estate by students in coll colleges
eges colleges and universities is
being completed by UF
professor William M.
Shenkel.

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Alabama String Quartet Slated For Tonight

By Reid Poole
The Alabama Quartet,
string quartet in residen residence
ce residence at the University of
Alabama in Tuscaloosa,
will be heard tonight at
8:15.
One could not ask for a
better selected program
than that which the quar quartet
tet quartet brings us. It includes
the classical Haydn Quar Quartet
tet Quartet in G major, Opus 54,
No. 1, the intensely indi individualistic
vidualistic individualistic Quartet in A
minor, Opus 132 from the
mature period of Beeth Beethoven,
oven, Beethoven, and the First String
Quartet, Opus 7, of Bela
Bartok, who, more than
any other twentieth cen century
tury century composer, has con contributed
tributed contributed to the main mainstream
stream mainstream of great chamber
music literature.
The Alabama Quartet
is made up of regular
members of the Alabama
music faculty. Emil Raab,
first violinist of the quar quartet,
tet, quartet, was formerly a mem-
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ber of the Stanley Quartet
of the University of Mich Michigan.
igan. Michigan.
A pupil of Hans Letz,
Gilbert Ross, and Joseph
Knitzer, he has had wide
experience in chamber
music performance and
as recitalist. He is also
conductor of the Univer University
sity University of Alabama Symphony
Orchestra, and has for
years been Dean of the
Faculty of the Transyl Transylvania
vania Transylvania Music Camp.
Frank Spinosa, second
violinist, has been a mem member
ber member of the New Orleans
and St. Louis Symphony
Orchestra.

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FU 121 7-8:30 p.m.
STUDENT CONTRACT CONTRACTORS
ORS CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
ASSN.: FU2I2 7-8:30p.m.
INSURANCE SOCIETY:
FU 208 7-8:30 p.m.; mo movies
vies movies FU Aud.; Johnson
Lounge 8:30-9:30 p.m.
AMERICAN FINANCE
ASSN.: FU 1167-8:30p.m.
ALPHA PHI OMEGA
FU 218 8:30-11 p.m.
URA-GREEK COUNCIL:
FU Oak Room 3:30-5 p.m.
S.E.L.L.: FU 224 3:30
5 p.m.
NEWCOMERS CLUB:
FU 118 9:30-11 p.m.
PROGRAM OFFICE:
FU 116 4:45-5:45 p.m.
LATIN AMERICAN
CLUB: FU 114 9-11 p.m.
FENCING CLUB: Nor Norman
man Norman Hall Gym 4:30
WEDNESDAY NOVEM NOVEMBER
BER NOVEMBER 14
DESERET CLUB: FU
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Henry Barrett, violinst,
has studied with Ottaker
Cadek and Walter Tramp Trampler.
ler. Trampler. His summer activi activities
ties activities have included per performances
formances performances with Aspen
Festival Orchestra.
Margaret Christy, cell cellist
ist cellist of the quartet, has
studied with such cele celebrated
brated celebrated teachers as Grau Graudan,
dan, Graudan, Willeke and Silva,
-and more recently with
Pab 1 Casals. During the
summers she teaches
(silo at the Transylvania
Music Camp and serves
as principal cellist of the
B revard Festival
Orchestra.

ORDER OF ATHENA:
FU Oak Room 7-8:30 p.m.
A.I.A. FU 212 7:30-9:30
p.m.
MEDICAL DAMES: At
the home of Dr. Robert
Williams, 32 S. W. 42nd;
Dr. Hill will speak.

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Experience of Near-Reality

The Manchurian Can Candidate
didate Candidate is unforgettably
shocking, unforgettably
horrifying.
The first impression of
his dream-sequenced
piece of master direction
is utter disbelief. The
usual reaction is It cant
happen here.
Yet suddenly one real realizes
izes realizes author Richard Con Condon
don Condon is not forcasting, not
saying maybe but in inferring
ferring inferring that this type of
thing is not so far fet fetched,
ched, fetched, not so wholly dis disbelievable
believable disbelievable and might be
going on right this min minute.
ute. minute.
The basic story con concerns
cerns concerns 9 victims of brain brainwashing
washing brainwashing who return as
war heroes to the United
States. Laurence Harvey
as Robert Shaw is deco decorated

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man Woman of La Corde. The accusers are Mimi Carr
Diane Pelfrey and Linda Lashbrook. All four are
Mad Women rehearsing for the forthcoming pro production
duction production of Mad Woman of Chaillot.

RSViEWE-
A Solutionless Problem
Presented in 'Bury You

Well Bury You, a po potentially
tentially potentially fine documen documentary
tary documentary on the evolution of

rated decorated with the Medal of
Honor. But there is some something
thing something wrong. That some something
thing something wrong is the musky
odor of ruthless, brutal
death and conspiracy.
The excellence of the
acting is only surpassed
by magnificence of the
direction and cinematog cinematography.
raphy. cinematography.
The use of a revolving
camera is unique in that
it starts by facing the
victim and revolves
around him to show what
he sees, then returns to
the original position to
show what is really going
on. This usually causes
confusion with the audi audience
ence audience who often do not
catch what is happening.
My only advise ispay
attention to everything
that is being said and
done.
This movie will be nom nominated
inated nominated and will win an
Academy Awardif not
for acting and cinematog cinematography
raphy cinematography then for the story
itself, it is undoubtably
this years finest.
If you dont see any anything
thing anything else this year, see
The Manchurian Candi Candidate,
date, Candidate, starring Frank
Sinatra and Laurence
Harvey at the Florida
Theatre thru Wednesday.
music
Musical Instruments
LILLIAN S MUSfC STORE
S.E. First St.

world communism, is just
another chorus of Ame Americans,
ricans, Americans, awake! Awaken Awakening
ing Awakening ceremonies are at the
State through tomorrow.
Composed of film cuts
and still shots from the
time of Karl Marx to the
Berlin wall, the film is an
easily understood and
well-ordered history of
the rise of the communist
party above internal con conflict
flict conflict and international de defeats.
feats. defeats. It is in its appeal
to the public that the show
fails.
v- ; T 1
Well Bury You is a
prime example of a
shocked tool. This
same attack pattern, of
awakening the audience
and then quietly departing
without indication a dire direction
ction direction of possible action,
has been put to good use
too often by the McMadic
speakers that pollute this
nation and line their
wallets by awakening Am Americans.
ericans. Americans.
From Maine to Califor California
nia California patriots leave lecture
halls, clubs, and theaters
murkily thinking that per perhaps
haps perhaps they ought to go shoot
the nearest communist.
By now, perhaps we need
less awakening and more
constructive criticism.
All you people out there
that arent aware of com communism,
munism, communism, raise your
hands.



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Board Okays Expansion Plan

JACKSONVILLE, Fla.
UPI Florida's new off offcampus
campus offcampus study agency for
higher education was giv given
en given the go-ahead Saturday
for a huge expansion pro program
gram program during the coming
two years.
The Board of Control,
winding up a two-day
meeting here, approved a
budget of $4.7 million for
the Institute for Contin Continuing
uing Continuing University Studies
for the 1963-65 biennium.
To help pay some of the
costs of the expanded pro program
gram program which includes the
hiring of over 100 new,
top quality instructors,
the board ordered fees for
some courses raised.
The cost of general edu education
cation education courses in the off offcampus
campus offcampus program was left
at the $36 minimum for a
trimester year. But the
board raised fees from
S6O to $75 for business
and engineering courses.
We feel persons in this
field can well afford the
increase, andthenewfees
will put the institute in a
more competitive posi position
tion position with outside organi organizations,"
zations," organizations," said board
member Gert Schmidt of
Jacksonville.
The board changed the
title of Institute Director
Myron Blee to president,
to put him on equal foot footing
ing footing with the presidents of
the various state univer universities.
sities. universities.
In other action, the board
formally voted approval
of a number of proposals
discussed at a non-voting
session Friday:
Converting the old mari maritime
time maritime base at St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg into an upper divi division
sion division college when Florida

Presbyterian College va vacates
cates vacates the premises for a
new home next year.

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Peter Paul and Mary To Sing
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In Florida Gymnasium Saturday

Folk music sounds will
ring through Florida Gym
Saturday night at 8 when
the Lyceum Council pre presents
sents presents Peter, Paul and
Mary.
Tickets will be on
sale Friday from 11 a.m.
until 5 p.m. at the In Information
formation Information Booth across
from the Hub and will be
available at the door on
a first come first ser serve
ve serve basis." Cost is sl.
The folk-singing trio
originated in New York's
Greenwich Village and,
according to one review reviewer,
er, reviewer, the trio makes an
honest attempt to sing folk
music to a cosmopolitan
society." The group is
now under a Warner Bros,
record contract. Their
latest release is the hit
If I Had a Hammer."
Following the Lyceum
presentation, the Florida
Union Board of Student
Activities will sponsor a

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alligator
speaking objectively
The outlawing of prayers in the New York State
school system brought loud vodal response, yet the
provision for the discussion of religion in Floridas
universities contained in the Board of Controls
directive which would in effect prevent the free
discussion of religion which would in effect prevent
the free discussion of religion went relatively un unnoticed.
noticed. unnoticed.
The directive provides that religion may be dis discussed
cussed discussed but it must be discussed objectively and no
ones religious beliefs must be stepped on. Practic Practically,
ally, Practically, this is impossible. It is as impossible to
divorse personal opinion from religion as it is to
find a completely unbiased man.
AS FOR stepping on students religious beliefs,
it is very difficult not to offend someones beliefs
in the discussion of anything. The teaching of evo evolution,
lution, evolution, for example, may step on the toes of the
fundementalists. However, it was decided many
years ago that it was necessary to risk offending
some in order to avoid a worse evil, intellectual
stagnation.
Thus, the Boards directive appears to be another
high flown, fine sounding, completely hollow state statement
ment statement that must either remain unenforced or if en enforced
forced enforced will eliminate free discussion of religion in
this state and effectively retard the progress of know knowledge.
ledge. knowledge.
D.H,
usf reaction
We ran across a disturbing quote from a University
of South Florida student in the St. Petersburg Times
Friday.
After quotes from students criticizing the Board of
Control and the Johns Committee, The Times ran this
statement:
STOCKTON (SKIPPER) SMITH, a junior student
from Tampa, vice president of the student body and
son of Mr. and Mrs. Stockton Smith, who played a role
in bringing on the original Johns Committee investi investigation,
gation, investigation, had a different view of the matter:
I think Professor Grebstein was just flaunting the
Board of Control policies when he passed this mater material
ial material out to his students. 1 think its a test case.
The basic issue is academic freedom, and this
academic freedom bit is nothing new. Its whether this
freedom will or will not have qualifications.
Ifeel the Board of Control has the responsibility to
represent all citizens regarding academic freedom
and providing a check and balance on this freedom.
The Board would look at this with a different per perspective
spective perspective than the university.
There has been a cry of leave it up to the profes professors
sors professors but no man is an island, no man can sit by him himself
self himself and have complete freedom.**
WE WOULD like to ask Stockton four questions:
FIRST, How could Dr. Grebstein be flaunting the
Boards policies when the policies were passed after
he distributed his controversial reading material?
SECOND, Why isnt a University president, as re representative
presentative representative of the Board, capable of handling the
situation without the matter having to be turned over
to the Johns Committee? Perhaps that is less sen sensational?
sational? sensational?
THIRD, Why is it essential that the Board of Control
have a different perspective?
FOURTH, How can the Board serve the interests of
society if' it does not understand the perspective of its
chargesthe universities.No Board member directly
represents this perspective. The result is a situation
such as that with which we are currently faced. Both
perspectives must be presented. Are they?
FINALLY, Agreed (quite tritely) that no man is an
island. We havent heard the professors say that they
are not responsible to each other, to their students,
or to the ethics of their profession and society.
B.C.

* HMMM ) X DOMr recall that 0ne..."
Says Student Apathy To Blame

EDITOR:
The problem with the
Honor System is not the
jury system, but lies with
cheating, avoids his duty
to report such cheating to
the Honor Court, and then
complains of the ineffi inefficiency
ciency inefficiency of, the Honor Sys System.
tem. System.
What many of the stu students
dents students (and I believe a few
of the less active Jus Justices)
tices) Justices) fail to realize is
that the majority of the
Honor Corts work is
handled through summary
trials where the student
pleads guilty in the face
of over-whelming eviden evidence.
ce. evidence. It is only in cases
where there is a possi possibility
bility possibility of a reasonable
doubt that the student
pleads not guilty and re receives
ceives receives the benefit of a
lawful trial by jury. In
such a trial, the defen defendant,
dant, defendant, presumed innocent
until proven guilty by the
student body, has every
possible means to defend
himself which is as it
should be.

The Florida]
Alligator 1

Editor-in-Chief Bill Curry
Monogtng Editors Jack Horan,
David Lawrence Jr., David West
Business Manager Cary Burke
Sports Editor Jared Lebow
City Editor Ben Garrett
Features Editor Fred Schneider
Wire Editor Maryanne Awtrey
Assistant to the Editor Sandy Sweitxer
Coed Ufa Editor Becky Quinn
Assistant Business Manoger Jay Fountain
Editorial Assistants Corole Bordella (Alligotor-on-the-Air)
Carol Butler (News), David Hamilton
(Editorials), Phil Krug (Photos)
Stoff Writers Ronnie Sue Goodmon, Ken Keyes. Tova
Levine. Pete Supove, David Wilkinson.
Bob Dixon. Mary Anne Walker, Sondv
Taylor
S rt Robert Mike Gora
Weinstein, Roper Levine, Ron Spencer, John Wal Wallick,
lick, Wallick, Npd Cloytqp, George Gardner, Dovid Bertowitz
Business Staff Jay Fountain (Assistant Business Manoger)
Jone Godbee (Office Manager), Toni
Neff (Circulotionl. Sharon Smith (Pub (Public
lic (Public Relotions ond Personnel). Carol
Powers, Trevor Huston, Bob Hatton
(Advertising Sales), and William Ep Epperheimer
perheimer Epperheimer (Advertising Manoger)
e
TNI FLORIDA ALLIGATOR la the official atudont Mwi>nr of Um University
el FSartiai be pebUafcod dally except Monday and Saturday hadioi sept
M. NR TQ FLORIDA ALLIGATOR la eatorod aa aeaand elaao Jattor at u
OWcoa ara lacatod M Rooaaa a. it

THE VERY foundation of
this jury system lies in
the U. S. Constitution, Ar Article
ticle Article 111, Sec. 2, para.
3, and the 6th amendment
requiring a speedy and
public trial. This jury
system is basic to the
American way of life.
In addition, any student
serving on the jury must
under oath affirm his be belief
lief belief in the Honor System;
should he fail to do so, he
is disqualified. Are the
oaths of these students to
LETTERS ~
be challenged? If six jur jurors
ors jurors cannot be convinced of
another students guilt, is
it reasonable to instead
put in six hard-boiled
Justices who would con convict
vict convict him. All that in jus justice
tice justice can be required is the
honest opinion of these
jurorswithout any pre preconceived
conceived preconceived notionsas to
the defendants guilt or
innocence.
The high incidence of con-

victions in the past compa compared
red compared to the present system
was in part due to the fact
that there would be no
trial unless the weight of
evidence was heavy upon
the defendant, and the
Justices could not help
entering the trial know knowing
ing knowing this. In addition the
Justices had a vested in interest
terest interest to seeing that the
system worked effi efficiently
ciently. efficiently 1
AN ALLUSION to the U.
S. Supreme Court might
provide an uniformed
for experienced jurors.
These men are, of course
not jurors who must de decide
cide decide upon issues of fact as
to guilt or innocence, but
men who must be experts
on fine points of law and
know whether this law has
been properly applied.
Student jurors require no
such experience todeter todetermine
mine todetermine whether a person in
fact did cheat. The Honor
Court is not a court erf
appeal; this function is
served by the Adminis Administration.
tration. Administration.
After having served as
Vice Chancellor on four
jury trials, and several
summary trials, as well
as having investigated
several cases as a Ju Justice
stice Justice I cannot agree that
the Justices have no |un |unction,
ction, |unction, nor do I tjelfeve
that the jurors are too
lenient.
AS AN educational exper
ience into the workings erf
the judicial process, the
present jury system is in invaluable;
valuable; invaluable; as an efficient
means of convicting 4ch 4cheater
eater 4cheater s it is no more eff effective
ective effective than the students
themselves allow it to be.
Need I allude to the ef efficiency
ficiency efficiency of justice under
a dictatorship?
11 i 11
Look not to lenient jurors
in an honest question of
guilt or innocence as a
sign of inefficiency of the
Honor System, but look
rather to apathetic stu students
dents students who lack the cour courage
age courage and conviction to sup support
port support the Honor System.
Gerald F. Richman, ILW



~ Statistics
196?
UNIVERSITY OP FLORIDA CUMULATIVE STATETICL THROUGH EIGHT GAMES
GAME record opp.fumbles RECOVERED BY
FU. PP* Kelley 2, Holland, Newcomer,
19 Mississippi State 9 Brown, Pettee, Morgan, Culpepper,
0 Georgia Tech 17 Petera
21 Duke 26 TOVTOOTT BUFTUTiT~
42 Texaa Afc M 6 Tune flaln'L&at Net Avg.
42 Vanderbilt 7 Dupree HI TT~ C7H 57T"
0 L.S.U. 23 O'Donnell 65 203 3 200 4.3
22 Auburn 3 Hoover 34 183 5 178 5.?
23 Georgia 15 Infante 33 167 1 166 5.0
TEAM STATISTICS Mack 22 120 3 117 3
Florida Qp ??, r ent Skelly 16 52 7 US 216
170 Points 100 Llbertore 19 71 39 42 2,2
71 let Down, Run 53 Stoner 10 30 0 30 3 0
35 l*t Down, Pass 58 Clarke 14 39 9 30 2,1
2 let Down, Penalty.. 4 Shannon 38 94 86 0
108 Total let downa.... 115 Campbell 2 7 0 7 3,5
352 Rune from ecrlm.... 347 Kelley 4 5 3 2
1572 Gain-from ecrlm.... 1026 Batten 13 28 33 -9
192 Loat from ecrlm.... 288 INTERCEPTIONS 1
1380 Net gain ecrlm..... 738 CauSET Tds.Rat. TDe
137 Paaaee attempted... 174 Hoover 3^
68 Paaaee completed... 97 Llbertore 17 0
50.0 Percent completed.. 55.7 Infante 2 6 0
9 Paaaee had lnterc.. 13 Dodd 1 5 0
783 o*ln pasaing 1125 Starling 1 4 0
2163 Total net gain 1863 Kelley 10 0
52 No. of punta 50 Leaky 10 0
1939 Total yarda kicked. 1798 Newcomer 10 0
37.2 Punting avg 35.9 Skelly 10 0
2 Punta had blocked.. 1 Morgan 10 0
21 No.punta ret 33 INDIVIDUAL PASSHM
226 Yda.punta ret 327 Atfc. Comp. PcTT Intr.Oaln TD
10.7 Avg.punt return.... 9.9 Shannon 79" T*s 5H79 *IT ?
25 No.klekoffa ret.... 29 Batten 44 19 43.1 2 246 0
533 Yda. kickoff a ret... 527 Llbertore 10 4 40.0 1 92 0
21.3 KO return avg 18.1 Clarke 2 0 0 0 0 0
30 No. of penaltlea... 32 IfIPWTDUAE' RECEIVIBO
257 Yarda penalised.... 275 Caught YarTi TDa
11 Fumblea 10at....... 9 Brown 1 3 "T9IT" 1
75 Longeat run 24 Holland 6 113 1
58 Longeat paaa 33 Dean 7 96 0
52 Longeat punt ret... 19 Stoner 7 79 0
24 Longeat int.ret.... g Skelly 3 52 0
21 TDa running 8 Newcomer 3 43 0
2 TDa paaalng 5 Caah 3 40 0
0 TDa punt ret 0 Starling 2 40 0
0 TDa Inter.paaa 0 Hoover 5 36 0
0 TDa KO return 0 Dupree 6 28 0
I TDa blocked punt... 0 O'Donnell 3 24 0
15 Bx.pt.att. (kick).. 7 Infante 5 22 0
II Ex.pt.made (kick).. 6 Gregory 2 19 0
4 Ex.pt.att. (paaa).. 2 Kelley 1 17 0
3 Ex.pt.made (paaa).. 2 Clarke 1 4 0
5 Ex.pt.att. (run)... 0 Mack 2 0 0
4 Ex.pt.made (run)... 0 KICKSFF RgfUfflg
1 Field Goale att.... 11 fleta. Yarla Avg.
0 Field Goala made... 6 Hoover lft 2JVS
0 Safetlea for 0 Infante L 116- 29.0
PUNT INC' SAKE Clarke 4 97 24.2
Klcka Yda7~ Blk. Avg. Dupree 2 I+l 20.5
Clarke 37> li+66
Bludworth 14 453 0 32.3 Mack 1 13 13.0
PUNT RETURNS Oregory 1 3 3.0
Rate. YdaT Avg, TDa Petera 1 0 0.0
Clarke 8 67 6,3 ft
Newoomer 3 58 19.3 0
Hoover 4 51 12.7 0
Starling 1 22 22.0 0
Stoner 2 12 6.0 0
Infante 1 6 6.0 0
Shannon 2 5 2.5 0
Llbertore 1 2 2.0 0
Oregroy -3
SCORING
Corw. Atts. Conv. Made
Tbs Throw Run Kick Catch Run Rick FG TOTAL
Dupree 7 U D ft ft ft 75 ~T\2
O'Donnell 4000 0 00 0 2L
Shannon 2, 220 0 20 0 16
Hoover 2000 0 00 0 12
Mack 2000 0 0 0 0 12
Hall 0 0 0 15 0 0 11 0 11
Infante 1000 1 00 08
Llbertore 1000 0 00 06
Holland 1000 0 00 06
Starling 1000 0 00 06
Brown 1000 0 00 06
Gregory 1000 0 00 06
Stoner 1000 0 00 06
Batten 0130 0 20 04
Caah 0000 1 00 02
Newcomer 0000 1 00 02
Tide, Ole Miss Win,
Pace League Teams
By ROBERT GREEN
Assistant Sports Editor

Alabama and Mississi Mississippi
ppi Mississippi rolled merrily along
I this week with lopside
I wiaa to continue as the
[only two unbeaten teams
jin the Southeastern Con Con[ference.
[ference. Con[ference.
The Tide crushed Mia Mia[mi,
[mi, Mia[mi, 36-3, in a game ex expected
pected expected to be closer than
[it turned out, and Miss Miss[issippi
[issippi Miss[issippi had little trouble
[running over poor Chat Chat[tanooga,
[tanooga, Chat[tanooga, 52-7.
Bamas big win, to together
gether together with North west western's
ern's western's loss to Wisconson
Ivill give the Tide a lot
bf votes toward the num number
ber number one ranking in the
nationwide polls.
The Big game this week
'will match Alabama and
Georgia Tech in Atlanta
for what should be the key
game of the season for
both teams.
Auburn, the other con conference
ference conference team left for Ala Alabama
bama Alabama to play, stayed in the

running with a 9-3 win
over Mississippi State,
and will play Georgia, 25-
13 losers to the Gators,
this Saturday. Auburn has
a 4-1 SEC record.
LSU outdefensed Tex Texas
as Texas Christian, 5-0, scor scoring
ing scoring a field goal and a saf safety
ety safety in the second period
to move their record to
6-1-1. The Tigers con conference
ference conference mark is 4-1 and
they meet Mississippi
State this week.
Tulane and Vanderbilt
both put up hard fights but
both ended up with the
same results as their
other seven gamesa
loss. Tulane fell to Ten Tennessee,
nessee, Tennessee, 28-16, for the
Vols first SEC win of the
year. Vandy was dropp dropped
ed dropped by Kentucky, 7-0.
However, at least one
of the two should win this
week since they face each
other. A tie in this case
would be too horrible
to imagine.

Graves Wants 'Total Effort
By Both Team & Students

By Ron Spencer
Gator Sports Writer
If the Gators defeat
intrastate rival FSU Sat Saturday
urday Saturday it will be due to
a full-scale school (as
well as team) effort
thats the word from Head
Coach Ray Graves.
Graves, in his weekly
press conference yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, emphasized the fact
that it will be a major
task to defeat the high highflying
flying highflying Seminoles this
weekend.
This is a big game,
Graves began. The in interest
terest interest certainly is there.
It (the game) has been giv given
en given added emphasis becau because
se because of FSUs tie (14-14) with
Tech.
While Bill Petersons
Seminoles were knocking
on the door of national
recognition with their 14-
14 moral victory tie
with Tech, Graves Ga Gators
tors Gators were marching
through Georgia to the
tune of 23-15, thanks to
some peerless running by
versatile Larry Dupree.
The unexpected close closeness
ness closeness of Floridas victory
also, in an indirect way,
added to FSUs grid pres prestige,
tige, prestige, since FSU stunned
the Bulldogs 18-0 earlier
in the season.
They (FSU) use three
teams, continued
Graves, and have had
them for threeyears.
Their personnel is better
adjusted.
Someone has said we
have more BIG games on
schedule this year than
Harriers Down
Florida State
The Gator harriers out outran
ran outran the FSU cross coun country
try country team 22-36 in a cold
rain yesterday to serve
as an example for the
football team on Saturday.
This was the second vic victory
tory victory for the squad this
season.
Tommy Harrell set a
new varsity record of 23:
20.9 for the individual
win. He was followed by a
much improved Jim
Brown in 23:30.8. Dick
Roberts of FSU could do
no better than third.
The frosh won with a
18 -30 effort. Richard
Kneeland was the overall
winner for the frosh with
Jim Woods in close pur pursuit.
suit. pursuit.
The varsity is now 2-3
for the season with the
frosh still undefeated.
The varsity goes to At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta for the conference
meet next week while the
forsh tune -up against"
some high schools In
Jacksonville.

Tuesday, November 13, 1962 The Florida Alligator

anyone in the South,
Graves added. This one
certainly is a real big
intrastate ballgame. Im
sure well be better pre prepared
pared prepared mentally for FSU
this year than in any year
in the past.
Graves stressed the
fact that the Gators will
need the backing and the
support of the UF student
body to win this one and
added that the game is
a complete sellout.
He said the team was
in fair shape physic physically.
ally. physically. According to the
Head Gator, Culpepper
will be back for limited
duty. Bruce Culpepper
senior center on the Big
Blue and co-captain of
the 62 Gators, has been
out of action since being
injured in the Duke game.

IPIwR P R fly JV y M T
fc&x-l & wmm ;?> a
LIEUTENANT JOHN MONTEFUSCO, HISTORY MAJOR, CLASS OF 6l
If I had it to do over again,
would I take Array R. 01C.?
My wife and I are in Panama at the moment. She likes
it. You know, Officers Club, dances that sort of thing.
I like it, too. But whether I stay in the Army or not, the
question is: Would I take Army R.O.T.C. if I had it to
do over again? Yes, I certainly would. In spades, I
didnt realize how lucky I was. At the time I figured:
Okay, so Ill get my degree get an Army commission,
too, and pick up some extra money along the way! I
wasn't the leadership type, I thought. I was wrong. Boy,
was I wrong! Looking back on it, I wouldn't trade the
leadership training I got for anything! Take my word
for it, leaders are made not bom! Whether I stay in
the Army or not, nobody can take away what Ive
learned. And lets face it, where can anybody my age
step out of college and walk into a standard of living this
good ? Look, if you have already invested two years in
college ROTC, take it from me: Stick it out! Itll be
one of the smartest things you ever did. / say so.

Sydney Mac Lean, s o p Jj Jjomore
omore Jjomore lineman, and sen senior
ior senior end Floyd Dean have
recovered from their in injuries
juries injuries and will see action
against FSU, Graves said.
However, senior end and
defensive standout Tom
Gregory will be slowed
by a knee injury acquired
in the Georgia fray.
Well be stressing the
field goal in practice this
week, Graves asserted.
We *ve been prepared for
the field goal all season,
he added.
Graves announced that,
despite the fact that Sat Saturdays
urdays Saturdays 51-yard field goal
attempt was the first 3-
point play attempted by
the Gators this year, they
have been ready to go for
the three-pointer several
times this season.

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