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JOHNS GROUP INQUISITORIAL

By David Lawrence Jr.
Gator Managing Editor
* *
A high-ranking educa educator
tor educator yesterday lambasted
the Johns Committee for
what he termed inquis inquistorial
torial inquistorial tactics in its in investigation
vestigation investigation of teaching
practices in Florida sta state
te state universities.
I am definitely oppos opposed
ed opposed to the singling out of
faculty members by in inquisitorial
quisitorial inquisitorial tactics in ho hopes
pes hopes of finding people ir irregular
regular irregular in conduct andlo andloyalty,
yalty, andloyalty, University of
Tennessee vice pres.
Herman Spivey said.
Spivey, head of a South Southern
ern Southern Association of Uni Universities
versities Universities and Colleges
accreditation team visit visiting
ing visiting Florida State Univer University
sity University (FSU) in Tallahas Tallahassee,
see, Tallahassee, told the Alligator via
long distance telephone
that his remarks were
WUFT Will
Televise Civil
Defense Class
Persons unable to attend
Civil Defense classes can
have them delivered to
their homes during the
next three weeks.
A substitute for the reg regular
ular regular 10-lesson prepared preparedness
ness preparedness class given through
adult education will be
televised over WUFT
(channel 5) startingto startingtomorrow.
morrow. startingtomorrow.
Films will be shown
6:30 to 7 p.m. Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday next
week, and Nov. 26 and 27.
When the 10 lessons are
finished, a test will be
offered to viewers Buch Buchholz
holz Buchholz Junior High School.
Persons who pass the ex examination
amination examination will get the
regular adult education
Civil Defense course gra graduation
duation graduation certificate.
Booklets are available
at all schools in the coun county
ty county for persons interested
in taking the course for
credit.
Coed Campus
Pacs Ready
Campus Pacs for women,
similar to the Campus
Pacs sold to male stu students
dents students last year, will be
pn sale Monday, Nov. 1,
announced Dollars for
Scholars Chairman Tom
Kennington yesterday.
The Campus Pacs, sold
as a money-raising pro project
ject project for the Dollars for
Scholars program, will
include over $4.00 worth
of products, but will be
sold for 35 cents upon
presentation of student i identification
dentification identification cards.

personal ideas, and Im
not speaking for the as association.
sociation. association.
If a state legislative
committee conducts an
investigation, Spivey
said, it should be car carried
ried carried out with due pro process
cess process of law and openly and
clearly. This apparent apparently
ly apparently wasnt done by the Johns
Committee.
Spivey, professor of
English at the UF from
1930-48 was referring to

The Florid a
Alligator

Vol. 55, No. 40 University of Florida, Gainesville Wednesday, November 14, 1962

HP -iHr
FOLKSY
... Ellen Schlosser is one of the featured performers at the Campus-wide
Folk-song Fest at the Florida Union's Bryan Lounge 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. tonight.
A $25 award will be given to the winning group.

Gym Bleacher Crash
Injures Four Fans

by FRED SCHNEIDER
Near disaster was a averted
verted averted 'Monday night by
the quick thinking of four
spectators at an in intramural
tramural intramural volleyball
game.
The near tragedy in involved
volved involved a closed bleacher
located in the middle of
the UF Gymnasium where
the game was being play played.
ed. played.
Spectators had climb climbed
ed climbed up an adjoining open
bleacher and crossed ov over
er over to view the game atop
the closed bleacher.
Suddenly the thing
started to sway as if
someone had leaned a against
gainst against it or something,
said Jack Bently (2UC)
who was seated atop the
stands.

the Florida Legislative
Investigating Committee
headed by State Senator
Charley Johns of Starke;
In recent years the com committee
mittee committee has centered its
probing efforts at teach teaching
ing teaching practices and policies
in state universities in including
cluding including the UFFSU and
the U niversity of South
Florida (USF) in Tampa.
ld hate to comment,
however, Spivey said,
on whether a Foridaun Foridaunversity
versity Foridaunversity would lose its ac accr

We started to hol hollar
lar hollar at the people who were
seated beneath the stands
to get out of the way,
he said.
Some people ran but
others were transfixed as
the stands toppled andhad
to be yanked out.
The people sitting on
the stands kind of rode it
down, all except for a girl
and boythe boy jumped
to the adjacent stand and
yanked the girl off before
it toppled. Bently said.
Individuals sitting in
the stand had failed to pull
in their feet as the stands
fell. The result: three
are now on crutches and
another is under heavy
sedation at the UF Infir Infirmary.
mary. Infirmary.
Bently crushed most of
the ligaments in his ln lnstep,

cr accr editation because of the
investigations.
According to Spivey,
hes not opposed to leg legislative
islative legislative Investigations in into
to into state university financ financing,
ing, financing, organization or man management
agement management policies.
But Id hate to see mar marvelous
velous marvelous institutions like
the UF and FSU underm undermined
ined undermined because of inves investigations
tigations investigations into faculty
practices, he added.
Its like the old
(Sen. Joseph) McCarthy

step, lnstep, another spectator
Jack Ming, also on cru crutches
tches crutches tore the fan li ligament
gament ligament located below
the ankle, Chris Christ Christiansen
iansen Christiansen sprained his in instep
step instep severely and is un undergoing
dergoing undergoing exploratory ex examination
amination examination at the in infirmary,
firmary, infirmary, he is under hea heavy
vy heavy sedation as of this wri writing.
ting. writing.
The shock of the fall falling
ing falling stands caused such a
panic that we just didnt
think to pull in our feet.
The stands had to be lift lifted
ed lifted up to allow us to free
ourselves from the guard
bar that had our feet pin pinioned.
ioned. pinioned.
* ln lifting up the stands
we were more interested
in finding out if anyone
was caught under them
than in removing our
feet, Bently said.

investigations/* Spivey
said.
Spivey said he wasnt
questioning the intent
of the Johns Committee
but its manner of sing singling
ling singling out teachers and the
effect in the future.
It could get worse,
Spivey said.
According to Spivey, if
present investigative me methods
thods methods continue, state uni universities
versities universities may have
trouble recruiting and re retaining
taining retaining teaching per personnel.
sonnel. personnel.
Spivey said he hasnt
studied Johns Commit Committee
tee Committee methods personally,
but Ive simply been a aware
ware aware of its activities.
Confidential reports
from accreditation teams
now visiting FSU and
which earlier visited the
UF will be discussed by
the Southern Association
at a meeting next spring,
Spivey said.
They may discuss ac accreditation.
creditation. accreditation. They may
not, Spivey said.
Lawyer Hits
Urban Areas
A former UF law sch school
ool school professor filling lnfor
his partner, Rep. William
Chappel who was meeting
with a reapportionment
committee, told the Pre-
Law society last night that
the states large counties
dont particularly care
about the state.
Dr. George John Miller
said that the represent representatives
atives representatives of the larger coun counties
ties counties don't seem to like
any fclan and continually
say nyet, nyet, nyet to
any proposal fpr reap reapportionment.
portionment. reapportionment. Besides
these representatives
have only been in this
state recently and don't
particularly care about
the state and are not fam familiar
iliar familiar with it.
Miller said that the Leg Legislature
islature Legislature may force the fe federal
deral federal courts to act in ho hopes
pes hopes of evading a reapport reapportionment.
ionment. reapportionment.
Hoag Manorial
Faad Established
The establishment of a
memorial fund honoring
the late Dr. J. Barton
Hoag, UF physics profes professor,
sor, professor, was announced yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday.
Contributions to the fund
will be used to bring visit visiting
ing visiting lecturers to the J.
Hillis Miller Health Cen Center,
ter, Center, where Dr. Hoag
taught a special course In
physics for non-science
students and technicians
in the College of Health
Related Services.



Stevenson Rebuffs
Gold water Charge

UNITED NATIONS,N.Y.
UP I -U. S. Ambassador
Adlai E. Stevenson Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday rebuffed criticism of
his disarmament standby
Sen. Barry Goldwater but
said nothing about the
Arizona Republicans de demand
mand demand for his ouster.
Goldwater, in a New
York speech Monday
night, called for the re removal
moval removal of Stevenson, Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Schlesinger Jr.,
Chester Bowles and Ric Richard
hard Richard Goodwin from Pre President
sident President Kennedys admini administration
stration administration and said:
I am more concerned
over a civilian like Ad Adlai
lai Adlai Stevenson telling the
United Nations that we are
prepared to take risks
to lessen the chance of an
intensified arms race
wNh Russia than T m a about

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bout about military men who re regard
gard regard the Soviets as an
implacable foe which will
never deal in honor.
Stevenson, in a letter
to Goldwater Tuesday,
said the senator did not
quote him in full. He
pointed out that he had told
the General Assembly in
his Sept. 20 policy speech
that we are not pre prepared
pared prepared to risk our survi survival...
val... survival... we cannot stake our
national existence on
blind trust.
*l hope that as a U.S.
senator, Stevenson
wrote Goldwater, you
feel some obligation to be
accurate and responsible
in your public statements
and I trust you will keep
that in mind if you have
occasion to refer to any
soeech of mine again.

Cuban Crisis
Outcome Soc..
WASHINGTON UPI
-Top Kennedy admin administration
istration administration officials believe
the Cuban crisis is now at
a critical turning point.
The next >w days, off officials
icials officials sa* y should deter determine
mine determine w Jier it remains a
major U.S. Soviet con con.
. con. froptation, or becomes in instead
stead instead a relatively smal smaller
ler smaller problem mainly invol involving
ving involving Cuba, the United Sta States
tes States and other Western
Hemisphere countries.
At this moment, offi officials
cials officials believe, it could go
either way, and its course
will hinge importantly on
whether Russia removes
her IL2B nuclear capa capable
ble capable bombers from Cuba.
These bombers were in included
cluded included in President Ken Kennedys
nedys Kennedys list of offensive
weapons which he de demanded
manded demanded be removed from
Cuba.

fpTneuKtPm;!
46 Senator Plan Looms I

TALLAHASSEE, Fla.
UPI -A bill to abolish the
seats of 15 rural county
senators was killed in
committee Tuesday as
Deny Equal
Job Study
TALLAHASSEE, Fla.
UPI Gov Farris Bry Bryant
ant Bryant and the Cabinet made
it clear Tuesday they do
not intend to cooperate in
any study of equal job op opportunities
portunities opportunities for Negroes in
state government.
Bryant said he consi considered
dered considered the aims of such a
survey an intrusion by the
federal government in
state affairs that would
only serve to create ra racial
cial racial friction in Florida.

steam gathered behind a
compromise 46-senator
plan that gives populous
Dade two senators.
Small county leaders
working to solidify sup support
port support for the compromise
said it will be introduced
in the Senate Wednesday.
The legislators, work working
ing working against a Friday dead deadline
line deadline for sine die adjourn adjournment,
ment, adjournment, accomplished noth nothing
ing nothing in brief formal ses sessions.
sions. sessions.
Chinese Mass
Beside India
NEW DELHI UPI -Home
Shastri said Tuesday the
Chinese Communist are
massing troops along the
entire 2,500-mile front frontier
ier frontier with India-the whole
of this area is flooded with
Chinese armies.
Negro Ropes Girl,
Kills Her Mother
WESTPORTConn. UPI
The 14-year-old daughter
of a New York fashion
designer, her tears spil spilling
ling spilling on a hospital pillow
told police Tuesday of a
12-hour ride of horror
with a Negro handyman
who strangled her mother
and kidnaped and raped
her in his automobile.
The girl, dressed in
night clothes and her
hands bound behind her
back, managed to escape
from the killers car
Monday night. She had
been held captive for
nearly 12 hours.
ir
Blockade Runs
Budget Deficit
WASHINGTON UPI
The federal budget is run running
ning running $7.8 billion in the
red, the second highest
peacetime deficit on re record,
cord, record, the Budget Bureau
reported Tuesday.
The bureau pinned an
approximate price tag of
SIOO million on the Cuban
crisis on the assumption
there will be no wors worsening
ening worsening of the present sit situation.*
uation.* situation.*
Castro Smashes
'CIA Plot
HAVANA UPI-TheCas UPI-TheCastro
tro UPI-TheCastro regime claimed Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday to have smashed a U.
S. Central Intelligence A Agency
gency Agency plot to blow up
Cuban copper and nickel
mines in Pinar del Rio
and Oriente provinces.



Halftime Show Is
1,500 Hours Long

Couples meet there,
and some of them marry.
Governors, doctors, law lawyers
yers lawyers and writers have be belonged
longed belonged to it.
Beautiful girls adorn it.
It has many numbers, but
there is no substitute for
the Gator Band at a foot football
ball football game.
It shows its colors for
all to see, bright orange
and blue. It has the big biggest
gest biggest boom in Dixie and is
the loudest segment of
school spirit.
Behind the scenes of
the Gator Marching goes
Each student in the band
averages 10 hours per"
week in practice. Gator Gatorette
ette Gatorette choreographer Rosa Rosalie
lie Rosalie Finley spends up to
18 hours a week working
on routines.
Not only does the Gator
Band practice together,
each rank also has to
practice separately.
Practice goes on, football
game or not.
Totaled together it takes
1500 students hours of
labor each week to pro produce
duce produce the pre-game and
half-time shows that the
rest of the Student Body
watches at ease.
Director Richard Bowles
and his assistants arr arrange
ange arrange music for each show.
Bowles began work on
the show for the Auburn
game here last January.
Each arrangement

Trip Provides
Rock Table

Carolyn Meldrim
A seven-foot-coffee tab table
le table doesnt appear to have
much in common with a
vacation onCalifornia
shores. For James P.
Hale, UF music instruc instructor,
tor, instructor, there is a logical
connection and pleasing
diversion implied.
While visiting Califor California
nia California a few years ago, Hale
and his wife noticed the
smooth colorful rocks
which are plentiful on the
beach during certain sea seasons
sons seasons of the year.
We took the time and
Peter, Paul, Mary
Tickets On Sale
Tickets for Saturdays
Lyceum Council presen presentation
tation presentation of Peter, Paul and
Mary will be on sale from
11 a.m. to 5 p.m. all week.
Tickets may be pur purchased
chased purchased at the Information
Booth across from the
Hub on a first come,first
served basis. Cost is $1
each.

worked out well in ad advance
vance advance and tempos care carefully
fully carefully marked. Music was
exchanged betweenthe
two schools until every everything
thing everything was perfected. The
Gator Band and the Au Auburn
burn Auburn Band practiced to together
gether together Friday night and
Saturday morning before
the game.
The Gator Band may
have been the first to
make an authentic pre presentation
sentation presentation of Tchaikov Tchaikovskys
skys Tchaikovskys 1812 Overture as he
intended it for presen presentation.
tation. presentation. When Tchaikovsky
did it the weather was
miserable and the cannon
didnt go off Bowles said.
* All the military groups
we asked cooperated with
us in doing the show. We
had a cannon, rifle fire
and bells. On records it
is not done together. Re Records
cords Records of the 1812 Overture
are an engineering feat.
Bowles said the Band
gets very good coopera cooperation
tion cooperation from campus groups
when asked to help the
Band.
Behind all this work
is the motivation of we
play in the band because
we love it, Publicity
chairman Don P ouc h e r
said.
Once it gets in your
blood,' you cant shake it.
Evidence of love the
Band is found in the Band

trouble to appropriate
them and drive them back
over the three thousand
miles from California to
Florida. Hale has cons constructed
tructed constructed a coffee table and
an end table from these
collected rocks.
Carpentry isnt his only
pastime, however. He is
busy as a member of the
University Orchestra,
adviser to all music ed education
ucation education students, super supervisor
visor supervisor of the intern pro program,
gram, program, adviser of the local
members of a national
music education organi organization,
zation, organization, teacher of the per percussion
cussion percussion instruments, and
teacher of music educa education.
tion. education.

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newsletter. The last
newsletter contained al almost
most almost five pages of news
of former members. In Including
cluding Including news like this:
Mickey Freeberg,
cornetist 59 and Alice
Burton, flutist, are mar married
ried married and have a new bab baby
y baby boy.
Students who sign up
for Band for credit get
1 hours credit for 10
hours work each week.
On out-of-town games
the Band furnishes school
spirit for the Gators. The
students that do go to the
games usually sit around
the band. The spirit is
terriffic. Note the Auburn
students, Bowles com commented.
mented. commented.
Band members agreed
with him. But, as the
reader knows, there will
be no Gator Band spirit
at Miami.
Hiway Engineers
Gather for Confab
Industry and govern government
ment government officials throughout
the state will assemble
on campus Nov. 15-16 for
the 1962 Highway Engin Engineering
eering Engineering Conference.
The conference, which
is sponsored by the Ci Civil
vil Civil Engineering Depart Department
ment Department of the UF College
of Engineering & Indus Industrial
trial Industrial Experiment Station
and the Florida State Road
Department, has been
held annually since 1947.
It brings together repre representatives
sentatives representatives of both govern government
ment government and industry for dis discussions
cussions discussions relating to new
methods and techniques
that affect Floridas huge
highway building pro program.
gram. program.
The conference will get
underway Thursday
morning following wel welcoming
coming welcoming speeches by Dr.
Harry M. Philpott, UF
vice-president and Dr.
Joseph Weil, dean of the
College of Engineering.
MUSIC
Musical Instruments
LILLIAN'S MUSIC STORE
112 S.E. First St.

Wednesday, November 14, 1962 The Florida Alligator

Theyre Renting $
* A At Hume Hall

By TOVA LEVINE
Gator Staff Writer
The only student-run
loan fund on campus is
now in its second year of
operation, according to
Ed Jackson, Hume Hall
Council president.
The emergency Hume
Hall Council loan pro program
gram program has loaned out over
$2,000 since its inception,
September 1961.
Available to Hume re residents
sidents residents only, $5 and $lO
amounts can be bor borrowed
rowed borrowed which must be re repaid
paid repaid within two weeks a after
fter after taken out. There is
a charge of 25 cents for
the first day the loan is
overdue, and a charge of
five cents for every day
thereafter. Only one lo loan
an loan at a time is allowed.
Up to now the sys system
tem system has been foolproof
we haven't lost any mo money.
ney. money.
We believe that it is the
only system of its kind
that's worked on cam campus,
pus, campus, Jackson said.
Hume Hall residents pay
no interest on the debt.-
According to Jackson,

X CHERRYS DRESS SHOP
10th Anniversary Sale
Come in and register for $25.00 dress.
Drawing will be Saturday, the 17th.
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STRUCTURAL LINGUISTICS
... Zellig Harris
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CTORIAN NOVELIST
... David Cecil
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...Hirshman
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the borrower will be turn turned
ed turned over the Honor Court
for prosecution if the loan
is not paid three weeks
after it is due.
Drake Elected
The Southern Regional
Medical Library Asso- 1
ciation has elected a UF
librarian as its 1962-63
Chairman.
Mayo Drake, Acquisi Acquisitions
tions Acquisitions Librarian at the J.
Hillis Miller Health Cen Center,
ter, Center, was named to the post
in a recent meeting of
the Association, held on
this campus. Drake, who
has been with the Health
Center's Library since
1957, received his B.S.
and M.S. degrees from
Florida State Univer University's
sity's University's School of Library
Enroll Your Children at...
NANCY JANE
Nursery School
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ine Norida

UC Expands
Course Counsel

The University College
is-expanding its system of
counseling in order to
provide students with
more personal counseling
help in improving aca academic
demic academic performance and
planning coursepro courseprograms
grams courseprograms for the next tri trimester.
mester. trimester.
The trimester calendar
provides, only three and
a half days in January
Theyll Have
Turkey Here
International students studentsfar
far studentsfar away from home dur during
ing during a time of year when
UF students are celebrat celebrating
ing celebrating the holidayswill
again have the opportunity
to join local families for
Thanksgiving dinner.
The program is sponsor sponsored
ed sponsored by the Gainesville
Council for International
Friendship.
The method of setting up
the dinner dates has
been changed some this
year according to Mrs.
William Young, chairman
of the Friendship Fam Families
ilies Families Committee.
This year international
students must sign up and
request the dinner invita invitations,
tions, invitations, she says. The
students may sign a list
at the International Cen Center
ter Center (located on the old sta stadium
dium stadium road).
Individuals who request
the invitations will be
hosted by a local family
for dinner on Thanks Thanksgiving
giving Thanksgiving day.

Votes
\THE MANCHURIAN CANDIDATE
Tomotrowl

AlTigdrbr Wednesday, November 14, 1962

for registration. All Uni University
versity University College students
are being given pre preregistration
registration preregistration counseling
appointments in order
that they may have more
time to properly consider
academic problems be before
fore before the rush in January.
Appointments for pre prere
re prere gist rat ion counseling
are being issued at Ti Tigert
gert Tigert 204. First-semester
freshmen who have not
already made appoint appointments
ments appointments should do so as
soon as possible. Other
University College stu students
dents students should come to Ti Tigert
gert Tigert 204 to make appoint appointments
ments appointments according to the
following schedule.
A-B Nov. 20, C-E
Nov. 21, F-H Nov. 26,
I-L Nov. 27, M-P Nov.
28, Q-S Nov. 29, T-Z
Nov. 30.
Students See
Education
Week Movie
In conjunction with the
National Education Week
the UF Chapter of the
Student Florida Education
Association (SFEA) will
meet on Nov. 15 at 7:30
in Room 214, Norman
Hall.
The state SFEA con consultant,
sultant, consultant, Miss Agnes John Johnson,
son, Johnson, will discuss the ben benefits
efits benefits of membership to
students. A movie,
Power for the Future,
will be shown.
A membership fee of
$2.50 per year includes
membership in the State
Florida Education Asso Association
ciation Association and the National
Education Association,
with subscriptions to the
FEA and NEA monthly
journals.
E-tmsytoT"
PLAY SCHOOL
sit us & see for yourself
24 S.E. Bth St.
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Train Going
To Miami
A chartered train may
take UF students to the
Miami Florida game
Dec. 1.
But before a train can
be chartered, there must
be sufficient student in interest
terest interest to warrant it, ac according
cording according to Secretary of
Interior Joel Sachs.
Leaving at 10 a.m. Fri Friday,
day, Friday, the train would re return
turn return to Gainesville 6:30
Sunday evening.
The group-rate cost of
the trip is $13.10.
Interested students
should see Sachs in
Florida Union 311.
Watson Critical
Law student Gary Lee
Watson, who was critic critically
ally critically injured in an auto
accident Oct. 24, is still
in the recovery room at
the Health Center.
Watsons condition is
very critical and offici officials
als officials report he is doing as
well as can be expected.
WUFT
Channel 5
Wednesday
7:30 SPORTS ALMANAC
Competitive water skiing.
FLORIDA BLUE
KEY PRESENTS Fo Focus
cus Focus on the Lyceum Coun Council.
cil. Council.
8:00 TRlOFeaturing
Richard Lemon, Erich
Hartmann, and Howard
Teichman.
8:30 WRITERS OF TO TODAYW.
DAYW. TODAYW. H. Auden.
9:00 ABOUT CERAMICS
A series exploring the
contemporary potter.
j
Thursday
8:00 AGRIVIEWSGet AGRIVIEWSGetting
ting AGRIVIEWSGetting the most out of your
credit.
8:30 AMERICANISM VS.
COMMUNISM Work Workings
ings Workings of the Communist
Party in Russia.
9:30 TWENTIETH CEN CENTURY
TURY CENTURY REVOLUTIONS IN
WORLD AFFAIRS The
United Nations and world
peace.
Friday
7:30 FLORIDA FOOT FOOTBALL
BALL FOOTBALL FORECASTCoa FORECASTCoach
ch FORECASTCoach Pepper Rodgers and
guests will forecast the
FSU game Saturday.
8:00 LIVE AND LEARN
FOCUS ON PHYSICS_Re PHYSICS_Recent
cent PHYSICS_Recent theories in radiation.
9:00 NET DRAMA FES FESTIVAL
TIVAL FESTIVAL A Dolls
House by Henrik Ibsen.

campUs COMPASS

by Becky Chalker
Deseret Club: Florida
Union 116, 118, 123, 210
and 220, 7 to 8:30 p.m.
Engineerin D a mes:
Florida Union Aud. and
Bryan Lounge, 8 to 11
p.m.
Order of Athena: Flor Florida
ida Florida Union Oak Room, 7
to 8:30 p.m.
American Institute of
Architects: Florida Union
212, 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Medical Dames: At the
home of Dr. Robert Will Williams,
iams, Williams, 32 SW 42nd. Dr.
Bill will speak.
Chest Conference: 11
to 12 a.m. in M-601.
Hematology Conference
1 to 2 p.m. in H-442.
Thursday
Psi Chi: Dr, Jack E.
Hokanson, department of
psychology, F S U will
speak on the Effects on
Frustration and Agres Agression
sion Agression on Psyiological A Arousal.
rousal. Arousal. Florida Union
Oak Room at 3:35 p.m.
Business Ad Dames:
Program on cancer with
the showing of the latest
film; 8 p.m. at the home
of Mrs. Robert S. Cline,

Cornell Prof Gives 'Cells Talk

Dr. F. C. Steward of
Cornell University will
speak in Dan McCarty
Auditorium Thursday at
7 p.m. Dr. Stewards top topic
ic topic will be Totipotency
and Variation in Cultured
Bonfire Pep
Rally Thurs.
A bonfire pep rally to
hoist Gator spirit for Sat Saturdays
urdays Saturdays UF-FSU football
game will be held Thurs Thursday
day Thursday in the Plaza of the
Americas at 7 p.m.
Attending the rally will
b e Head Coach Ray
Graves, senior members
of the team, the Gator
Band, the Gatorettes and
the cheerleaders.
All students are urged
to attend.
Foresters Dig
Meat 'Pearls
The Austin Cary For Forest
est Forest will be the site of the
annual Forestry Club oy oyster
ster oyster roast, Wednesday
night at 7.
The club has the roast
whenever fresh oysters
are available for the
benefit of students and
professors.
Persons desiring trans transportation
portation transportation should meet in
Rolfs Hall parking lot
at 6:30 p.m.

2001 NW 31st Terr.
Pharmacology Seminar;
4:15 p.m. in M-523. Dr.
Ullrich Trendelenburg*
department of pharma pharmacology,
cology, pharmacology, Harvard Medical
School will speak. Coffee
will be served.
Florida vs. Georgia
football films: 8 p.m. MSB
AUDITORIUM.
Campus-wide folk song
fest: 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.
$25 award to best student
group of folk singers; a afbateurs
fbateurs afbateurs only. Apply i n
Florida Union 315 or in
Bryan Lounge.
Sports Car Club: Flor Florida
ida Florida Union 121, 7 to 8:30
p.m.
Florida Christian Fel Fellowship:
lowship: Fellowship: Florida Union
218, 7 to 8:30 p.m.
Young Republicans:
Florida Union 116, 7 to
8:30 p.m.
Delta Sigma Pi: Florida
Union 208, 7 to 8:30 p.m.
Americans for Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic action: Florida
Union 212, 7 to 8:30 p.m.
Public Lecture: spon sponsored
sored sponsored by the Botany Dept,
and Phi Sigma. McCarty
Aud., 7 to 9:30 p.m.

Cells.
The Botany Department
and the Phi Sigma Bio Biological
logical Biological Society are spon sponsoring
soring sponsoring the talk. The public
is invited to attend this
informative talk.
Dr. Steward is an emi eminent
nent eminent plant physiologist of
this country and has done
outstanding work in the
field of plant tissue and
cell development.
CLASSIFIED
FOR SALE: Electric sto stove
ve stove and refrigerator in
perfect condition, SBO.
Contact Gordon Godfrey,
Rutherfords Jewelry.
(37-st-c).
FOR SALE Sewing mac machine,
hine, machine, Adlermatic with
maple cabinet and chair,
S9O. Call Mclntosh, Fla.,
591-3331 between 6-7
p.m. (40-lt-c).
FOR SALEI9SB Renault
Dauphine, radio-heater;
$450. Fr 6-7891. (40-
3t-c).
LOSTWhite London Fog
raincoat Oct. 22 in either
No. 107 Military Bldg or
No. 104 Floyd. Name
stamped in several pla places.
ces. places. Reward. Vernon
Swartsel, 592 Murphree
L, 2-9306. (40-42-P).
LOST Alligator trench
coat at football game last
Saturday in Jax. Aisle 16,
Row 65, Seat 11. Call FR
2-6674. (40-3 t-c).



Fla-FSU
Victor May
(G)o Bowling
The winner of the Flor Florida-Florida
ida-Florida Florida-Florida State foot football
ball football game Saturday has
been promised consider consideration
ation consideration for a bid to the Dec.
29 Gator Bowl game.
George Olsen, Gator
Bowl general manager,
said Monday the selection
committee will definitely
place the winner, at
Gainesville on its list of
top prospects.
Florida State has won 4
games, lost 2 and tied 2.
Florida has won 5 and lost
3.
Teams the committee
regard as most likely to
furnish the participants
are Arkansas, Alabama,
Auburn, Duke, Georgia
Tech, Louisiana State,
Mississippi, Miami, Neb Nebraska,
raska, Nebraska, Oregon, and Penn
State.
Frosh Will Collect
Dollars at Game
The 1962-63 Freshman
Council will have its drive
for the Dollars for Schol Scholars
ars Scholars program, a Univer University
sity University of Florida Student
Government project, Sat Saturday
urday Saturday at the UF-FSU foot football
ball football game.
Saturdays drive, headed
by chairman Jimmy
Weber, will begin five
minutes after the second
half of the game begins.
Bales Knee
Operated On
UF basketball guard
Buddy Bales will be side sidelined
lined sidelined for at least five
weeks in recovering from
a knee ope ration per performed
formed performed Monday morning.
Bales had a lateral cart cartilege
ilege cartilege removed from his
knee which had been both bothering
ering bothering him since school
started. Before the oper operation,
ation, operation, Bales had been a
strong candidate for a
first string guard po position.
sition. position.
A spokesman for Ala Alachua
chua Alachua General hospital
said Bales was in very
good condition and
should be able to leave
the hospital by the end
of the week.
The operation will pro probably
bably probably cause Bales to miss
the first five to six UF
basketball games but be
in shape to play by the
Gator Bowl Tournament,
Dec. 28, or the start of
conference play, Jan. 5.
UF trainer Jim Cunning Cunningham
ham Cunningham said, It was a choice
of having him able to play
later or play him now un until
til until he was injured and out
for the season.

Big Four Lead SEC
, s
Offense, Defense

BIRMINGHAM, Ala.
UPI Mississippi, Ala Alabama,
bama, Alabama, Auburn and Geor Georgia
gia Georgia Tech remain the big
four in offense and de defense
fense defense in the Southeastern
Conference football sea season.
son. season.
According to statistics
released Monday by SEC
Commissioner Bernie
Moores office, the four
rank one through four in
both departments for the
second consecutive week.
Mississippi leads in of offense
fense offense with an average of
383.3 yards per game
while Alabama has an av average
erage average of 338.9 to Auburns
298.8 and Georgia Techs
296.4 average.
On defense, Mississ Mississippi
ippi Mississippi has held opponents to
an average of 119.9 yards
per galne. Alabama has
yielded an average of
153.6 compared to 164.6
for Auburn and 220.1 for
Georgia Tech.
Mississippi also leads
in both rushing and pass passing

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ing passing defense, holding op opponents
ponents opponents to 54.6 yards per
game on the ground and
64.5 yards per game in the
air.
Alabama leads in in interceptions,
terceptions, interceptions, grabbing 18
enemy passes while hav having
ing having five of its own aer aerials
ials aerials grabbed by the de defense.
fense. defense.
Soccer Club
Seeks 37th
The UF Soccer club will
go after its 37th win in
a row next Saturday when
it plays the St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg Soccer Club at
Fleming Field. Game
time is at 10:45 A.M.
The St. Pete Soccer Club
is an independent organ organization
ization organization made up of ex
college and foreign play players
ers players living in the St. Pete
area. Last year the UF
booters defeated this club
in the finals of the St.
Petersburg Sun Coast
Tournament 5-2.

Wednesday, November 14, 1962 The Florida Alligator

The Harmon Football Forecast
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The UF club wiil dis display
play display its high-scoring off offense
ense offense and tight defense
built around Co-captains
Maurlcio Flores and Mike

Kessler, Willy Miles,
Carlos Bongue, and Fred
Shaya to an estlmated
crowd of two hundred
fans.

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Page 6

The Florida Alligator Wednesday, November 14, 1962

allififAtop
editox*ia.ls
another straw
There are few good alternatives offered in life
it seems, mostly distasteful ones. There is seldom
any clear cut best alternative. Thus, the Board
of Controls decision to choose to submit faculty
to the professional discourtesy of fingerprinting was
probably done with the intention of keeping un undesirables
desirables undesirables out of the faculty. They had to decide
between the risk to students and doing an injustice
to the professors. Each alternative had its ill
effects.
Nevertheless, this was just another straw added
to the continually increasing load that our pro professors
fessors professors are expected to carry. In some professors
cases it may be the last straw. They have been
asked in the past to take an increase in work with without
out without a corresponding increase in pay, they have been
asked to produce more at the sacrifice of quality
and personal acquaintance with their students, they
are asked to publish their research as well as teach,
they are subject to ever increasing circumscription
of their academic freedom, and inordinate scrutiny
of their behavior and personal lives, as well as
not being afforded the same courtesy granted to mem members
bers members of other professions.
HAD THE threat justified the action perhaps the
recent action of the Board of Control would have
not t been so disturbing. However, the results of
the activities of the much-mentioned Johns Com Committee
mittee Committee has repeatedly failed to turn up any sign significant
ificant significant indications of Communist or homosexual acti activity
vity activity in Florida universities. The results of their
probes turned up no more than a handful of unde undesirables.
sirables. undesirables. It did succeed in giving the reputations
of Florida universities a muddying.
Some better system should be considered. One
that will not drive away the really capable pro professors.
fessors. professors. One that will not permit politicians to
exploit the universities for publicitys sake. One
that will not cause people to call up visions of im immoral
moral immoral professors advocating Communism when a
Florida university is mentioned.
The lefthanded comment about USF by students
in front of a large student audience recently, had
more tragedy than truth in it. The investigation
at USF has given that university a reputation that
it no doubt does not deserve. Nonetheless, the in investigation
vestigation investigation itself has damned by implication.
D.H.

Need Room, Hall Numbers

Editor:
At long last we have
received our Student Dir Directories.
ectories. Directories. However, isnt
something important
missing? Doesnt it seem
logical that a students
room number and hall is
more beneficial to others
on this campus than a
mailing address? How
many students actually
write to each other?
Former articles in the
Alligator have com complained
plained complained about the jammed

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.
Editor-jn-Chief Bill Curry
Managing Editor This Edition Jack Horan
Business Manager... Gary Burke
Sports Editor Jared Lebow
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switchboards in certain
residence halls. Wouldnt
this further complicate
the matter as switchboard
operators would have to
take the time to look up
the room number?
I know that a lot of work
went into this publication
and I feel those involved
did a good job. However,
when next years direc directory
tory directory comes out, I hope it
will include the students
hall and room number.
Michael Nissenberg, lUC

% RNG-efcPRINTS

To Greet Space Age
Education Must Meet Change

By
Neale J. Pearson, 7AS
Floridas academic life
is at present the subject
of much controversy. On
the one hand is ranged
the seemingly inviolate,
biquitous and omnipotent
Senate Committee headed
by State Senator Charley
Johns. This committee
has already made its in influence
fluence influence felt in the sus suspension
pension suspension of two University
of South Florida profes professorsone
sorsone professorsone of whom, al although
though although re-instated be because
cause because of a lack of charges
which could be brought
against him, chose to re resign
sign resign rather than stay.
On the other hand is
ranged the academic
community, organized in into
to into an organization, the
American Association of
University Professrs,
which has not always spo spoken
ken spoken with united voice and
whose wishes or desires
are often laughed at in
Tallahasee and other
State Capitols. As Pro Professor
fessor Professor Clifton Year 1 e y

UF Replies To FSU
EDITOR:
Dear Sammy,
Youve cursed and screamed and bragged,
Youve got our dander upl
Well fix you good this weekend,
Just like those Georgia Pups.
Think your Seminoles are pretty tough?
Just meet our Gator crew.
When the dust clears from the ground,
Seminole survivors will be few.
Weve got confidence in our team!
Were behind them all the way.
Youll get a good shellacking,
On Florida Field this Saturday.
Well all*be there to watch,
The Gators are out to winl
Georgia Tech will see what luck they had,
When Gators do your Seminoles in.
Theyll run around your left and
And again around to the right.
Theyll beat the feathers from your headress,
And tar you with them that night!
Were pretty proud of our Gators,
Theyll do their work on you.
Theyre going to give you Hell too.
So fie on you Sammy Seminole,
And all you half breed team.
If you think you can beat the Gators
We assure you its only a dream!
Written with loving care,
Florida Men!

guest
colu m ii

has pointed out, the pro professor
fessor professor often has only one
weapon in such a fight fighthis
his fighthis feet. And although
those directly involved in
such confrontation may
feel self-righteous about
what happens (the Legis Legislature
lature Legislature and Governor win
their point while the pro professor
fessor professor leaves,) the result
is a weakened
EVERY GENERATION in
a democracy must learn
its values anew especi especially
ally especially how these values are
to be interpreted in the
everyday activities of
life. In the American
scheme, this has meant
the extension of new bene benefits
fits benefits of government to
groups which have here heretofore
tofore heretofore not participated in
the political processes or
the national life. The Ne Negro
gro Negro is but the latest to
share increasingly i n
those rights and privi privileges
leges privileges which foreign i m

migrant groups have won.
Florida and other South Southern
ern Southern states are in the pro process
cess process of economic and
political change. They
have been in such a per period
iod period of change since World
War 11. The Supreme
Courts 1954 desegrega desegregation
tion desegregation decision was but a
landmark along the way.
The current issue of re reapportionment
apportionment reapportionment is also a
landmark. Another aspect
of this changeand one
brought about more
forcefully because of that
Supreme Court decision
has been a changing
role for Southern univer universities
sities universities and colleges. C.
Vann Woodward, former formerly
ly formerly of UF and now of Ya Yale,
le, Yale, notes (Harpers Sept.
62) the erosion of free freedom
dom freedom of action of Southern
higher education during
the last three years by
rightist extremist gro groups.
ups. groups.
Prominent Florida ci citizens,
tizens, citizens, including the Go Governor,
vernor, Governor, members of the
State Cabinet and Legis Legislature,
lature, Legislature, often have spoken
in favor of a State pub public
lic- public and higher education
system second to none in
the nation. Although such
a generality may be ap appreciated
preciated appreciated by many es especially
pecially especially those in a uni university
versity university it does not ap appear
pear appear to be understood by
what one might call the
tradition oriented ele elements
ments elements in rural and small smalltown
town smalltown Florida. Although
they wish to send their
children to college and
indeed many make untold
heroic sacrifices to do so
they do not always un understand
derstand understand why this might
be a good thing nor do
they understand the chan changes
ges changes which are bound to
come about as a result
of their childrens parti participation
cipation participation in the education educational
al educational process.
UNIVERSITIES WERE
never created to make un unbelievers
believers unbelievers or disbelie disbelievers.
vers. disbelievers. Rather they were
created to extablish new
beliefs and new believers
and to make more mean meaningful
ingful meaningful the ideas which the
old beliefs represented
somewhat imperfectly.
(Continued on page 7'



Lettew. ta tke Editcrt-sf* Monkeys to Flip Cards?

Board Directive Out Os Place
In Free Society, Reader Says

EDITOR:
The Directive on Com Communism
munism Communism and Homosexua Homosexuality
lity Homosexuality in Colleges has no
place in our American de democracy.
mocracy. democracy. It is a docu document
ment document not only of restraint
to academic freedom,
but one which also ena enables
bles enables the Board of Control
to mold the student body
in any way it sees fit.
Anti-social and im immoral
moral immoral behavior can only
be defined in terms sup supplied
plied supplied by the ruling board.
THE FACULTY member
or student has no legal
right to a hearing of the
boards judgment on the
case without refutation.
Such a system can be of
great political advantage
to incumbents in control-
Education
(Continued from page 6)
The extension of in increased
creased increased benefits by go government
vernment government generally has
been accompanied by that
particular American
phenomenon known as the
Great Debate. Florida
public opinion leaders
have not yet engaged in
the Great Debate which
would lay the foundations
of a public policy regard regarding
ing regarding higher education on
the threshhold of what
many have called more
out of wishful thinking
than actual understanding
- the space age.
(To Be Continued)

Former UF Prof Expresses
Disgust For Boards Edict

EDITOR:
When I escaped the UF
last year, I vowed that I
would pay no further heed
to the degenerating insti institution.
tution. institution.
Your issue of Novem November
ber November 4, has reached my
hands, however; and I
simply cannot as a col college
lege college teacher and a hu human
man human being ignore the af affront
front affront to decency offered
by the Board of Control
Directive printed therein.
I AM not really sur surprised
prised surprised at the Directive,
as before leaving, I had
already completely lost
confidence in the State
Legislature, Board of
Control, and University
Administration; but I had
at least retained faith in
the dignity of fellow mem members
bers members of the faculty.
I can now, however,
only express flatly the op opinion
inion opinion that anyone who vol voluntarily
untarily voluntarily remains at a
Florida state scnooi after

ling dissenting opinions
jeopardizing party inter interests
ests interests as has been eviden evidenced
ced evidenced recently in several
Southern states: Alaba Alabama,
ma, Alabama, Louisiana, Arkansas,
and Mississippi.
The requirement of
pledges of loyalty and re relating
lating relating investigations
leave much room for the
misinterpretation of pre prejudices
judices prejudices for complete fact
by an over zealous
Johns Klan which has
nearly unrestrained pow power
er power in the dismissal of fac faculty
ulty faculty and students.
Information attained
through investigation,
brought out in accusation,
can be extremely dele deleterious
terious deleterious to the reputation
of an individual, acquited,
without some discretion
as to the release of such
information and without
an opportunity of refuting
the evidence presented.
The directive is a aber aberration
ration aberration of our true concept
of democracy and a be beginning
ginning beginning for future control
by state authority. It is
our responsibility, as
students, to act accord accordingly
ingly accordingly in protecting our
rights and to work in co coordination
ordination coordination with the faculty
to provoke the repeal or
modification of constric constricting
ting constricting legislation aimed at
usurping our freedom of
expression.
808 FIRTH, 2UC

this year is as debased
as. the system for which
he works.
Lest it be supposed
that my objections are to
safeguards against Com Communism,
munism, Communism, homosexuality,
and other menaces to the
tender-minded, let it be
explicitly understood that
my remarks are entirely
directed toward section
two of the Directive, ac acquiescence
quiescence acquiescence in which
should cause any profes professional
sional professional person to be strip stripped
ped stripped of his credentials.
Since no one there will
probably wish to mention
it, I would like to di direct
rect direct the attention of any
self-respecting student to
the cover of Evergreen
Review* Number 25.
> Warren G. French
Former Assistant Pro Professor,
fessor, Professor, University Col College
lege College Now Associate
Professor of English,
Kansas State University


by Jack Horan
An accusation that the
UF student body is lack lacking
ing lacking in school spirit at
football games was hurl hurled
ed hurled Sunday by Joe Hal Halberstein,
berstein, Halberstein, Gainesville Sun
sports editor.
Halberstein echoed la latent
tent latent sentiment when he
wrote, The students
still are reserved, car carrying
rying carrying the chip-on-the
shoulder attitude of
Youve got to show me
first.
The scribe said that
most students are slow to
praise a Gator triumph
but quick to condemn a de defeat,
feat, defeat, that the freshman
should be given the cho choicest
icest choicest seats because they
cheer the loudest, and that
the card section is lousy.
Lets take a deeper look
into these elevated
pressbox charges.
There are several rea reasons
sons reasons why the UF does not
have a roaring, cheering
mass of fans such as the
ebullient variety at LSU,
Alabama, Army and Te Texas
xas Texas A. & M.
First is the compara comparative
tive comparative size of the UF and
the heterogenity of its
students..
Second is we simply
do not have a winning foot football
ball football team. We have a team
that wins in spurts, but
this is just an innova innovation
tion innovation of the past few years.
For decades, schools
lit* Georgia Tech, Duke

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Wednesday, November 14, 1962 The Florida Alligator

and Michigan have con consistently
sistently consistently had the win winning
ning winning tradition.
How can we build gobs
of spirit for a team that
does good for a while,
then goes downhill for a
while.
Considering the amount
of money, both public and
student, that is pumped
into the football program
here, students wonder
why we dont get a qual quality
ity quality product. The state le legislature
gislature legislature lavishes thou thousands
sands thousands to subsidize the
team in racing scholar scholarships.
ships. scholarships.
There is no love lost
between the married stu student
dent student who scrapes to
feed his children in the
cockroach infested Fla Flavets,
vets, Flavets, and the football pla players
yers players who gorge on three
14-oz. steaks a week and
have all their expenses
paid. Does this build spi spirit?
rit? spirit?
Maybe the students feel
that since SIOO,OOO of
their fees go for athle athletics,
tics, athletics, they feel that the
football team owes them
something.
At most games, stu students
dents students cheer wholeheart wholeheartedly
edly wholeheartedly when the Gators play
hard and win. The fans
can sense it, and its good
to hear them respond.
The stadium shook dur during
ing during the Auburn game.
But there are factors
here which tend to damp dampen
en dampen our sporadic spirit.
Sometimes the student
body must feel like tra trained
ined trained seals, performing
for the alumni audience.
We are order to do qua quaint
int quaint tricks, which we never
see.
We are compelled to

jump up and down to the
same trite cheers game
after game. Is it be beyond
yond beyond the ken of some fee feeble
ble feeble mind to invent one new
cheer a season, instead of
always having to holler
two bits?
This mechanized rou routine
tine routine of school spirit
get stale after a while.
The administration sho should
uld should hire a herd of 10,-
000 monkeys to flip cards,
wave pennants, shriek and
hoot in unison and allow
the students to express
themselves when they
want to.
There is more than
rah rah that goes into
school spirit. To flatly
state students dont have
spirit is erroneous. The
question should be why.
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