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Truzzi Named New Peel Editor

A UF sociology graduate student with an interest in folk singing
has been named editor of the New Orange Peel.
Marcello Truzzi, 7AS, from Sarasota was named over five
ter applicants in a Board of Student Publications meeting yes yesday
day yesday to head the controversial magazine.
| The old Orange Peel was banned last year by the Board and
the UF administration for its risque matter.
Truzzi stated under his editorship the New Orange Peel will
fallow the approved charter but will be controversial and cer certainly
tainly certainly not sterile.*
We will attempt to establish a good quality literate college
humor magazine that will be general in scope but with an empha emphasis
sis emphasis on humor and satire,** Truzzi said.
Always before the Orange Peel has gone off the deep end

HIM 111 111 IIH II WUiL.aw i
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TUe Florida
| Alligator

Vol. 55, No. 42 University of Florida, Gainesville Friday, November 16, 1962

Board, Profs Huddle
To Smoothe Ruffles

A mutual agreement
setting alleged mis misunderstandings**
understandings** misunderstandings** between
the State Board of Control
and state university pro professors
fessors professors may be reached
at last this weekend.
We think a satisfac satisfactory
tory satisfactory agreement may be
worked out before the
weekend is over,** the bo boards
ards boards press secretary
Hendrix Chandler said
late last night.
Board members and pro professors
fessors professors huddled in secret
session last night to iron
our differences arising
from a recent board di directive
rective directive concerning homo homosexuality,
sexuality, homosexuality, obscenity in

Hotter Rivals Each Year

Four years ago the Florida State
Seminoles stormed into Gator terri territory
tory territory to begin a hot intrastate rivalry.
That year, 1958, Florida forced them
to retreat to Indian territory to the
tune of 21-7.
Each year the score in the FSU-UF
game gets tighter, 18-8 in *59, 3-0
in *6O, and a 3-3 tie last year.
Its getting closer all the time,
said Jimmy Dunn, who as a Gator
quarterback sparked Florida to the first
win of the series in SB.
On a cold November day 44,000 fans
watched Dunn, now an assistant coach
at Florida, scamper for two touch touchdowns.
downs. touchdowns.
Florida, then coached by Bob Wood Woodruff,
ruff, Woodruff, came from behind to win that one,
and in the years since F3U fans have
been saying, wait until next year.
The next meeting in 1959 found
Florida 3-4 before the game, Fsu 3-5,
and Florida on top at the final whistle.
In a drizzling rain Florida marched
69 yards in the first quarter, to get
and hold a lead that left FSU fans still
muttering about next time.

teaching materials, fing fingerprinting
erprinting fingerprinting and religion.
Representing the pro professors
fessors professors were instructors
from the University of
South Florida (USF) at
Tampa, Florida State
University and Florida A
& M in Tallahassee and
the UF.
Also present at the clos closed
ed closed board meeting were
university presidents, in including
cluding including Kenneth R. Wil Williams
liams Williams of Florida Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic University the sta states
tes states newest in Boca Ra Raton.
ton. Raton.
The board meets again
today at 9 a.m. in Tig Tigert
ert Tigert Hall in an expected

September 1960 was the start of
Floridas big year. Under new head
football coach Ray Graves the Gators
wound up the season 9-2.
But the Seminoles didnt make it easy
for the Fightin Gators. The only score
of the game was a field goal oy Billy
Cash in the second quarter. The Gators
racked up 262 yards on the ground,
but were kept out of the end zone by
penalties.
The 1961 game ended in a spectator
melee on the field, after the teams bat battled
tled battled to a 3-3 tie. FSU fans went after
the goal posts, determined to take some*
thing from Florida home.
This year the Seminoles are after
more than a promise of next year.
Dunn expects the Seminoles to come
out throwing against a Florida defense
which shown a weakness on pass
defense.
Nobody is looking for the Seminoles
to be easy to get through on the ground
either.
With three teams of Seminoles up
against three teams of Gators the war
dance on the field should be the wild wildest
est wildest yet.

open** session.
UF political science pro professor
fessor professor Dr. Frederick
Hartmann moved last ni night
ght night to bar press repre representatives
sentatives representatives from the meet meeting,
ing, meeting, saying, There are
many mi sunder standings,
and we want to straighten
everything out.**
We want to sleep on
what has been said tonight
before doing anything,**
Chandler said.
UF representatives were
Hartmann and psychiatry
department head Peter F
Regan 111, in addition to
UF Pres. Dr. J. Wayne
Reitz.

by following a policy of what we can get away with. But this
time the New Orange Peel will attempt to establish a tradition
of good literary merit which will be the best the students of this
campus can produce,** he added.
Truzzi previously was editor of Smoke Signals, the FSU humor
magazine in 1956 when he was a senior at that university.
The new editor put out the call to all students to submit all
types of literary material to the New Orange Peel. Any ma material
terial material petaining to the four sections of the magazine (humor and
satire, feature, opinion, art and literature) will be welcomed,**
he said.
Truzzi said that he plans to publish the first issue of the New
Orange Peel early next trimester. He hopes to get two issues
out during the winter trimester.

Soirit of Makala
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... Holding theMakala, Is Miss UF, Priss banbom,o
20-year-old Alpha Delta .Pi from Lakeland.

The UF retained the tro trophy
phy trophy in 1960 and the two
teams tied last year.
Legend has it that a
Seminole chief named
Makala defended his peo people
ple people against huge swamp
alligators with almost
supernatural powers.
Makala is said to have
been defeated from time
to time by the gators,
only to reappear
unharmed years later for
another go at combat.

Daily Double
Theres a heavy bet rid riding
ing riding on the outcome of the
UF-FSU game Saturday.
The bet is between the
Chambers of Commerce
of Gainesville and Talla Tallahassee.
hassee. Tallahassee.
If FSU wins, the Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville chamber will run the
capital citys operation
for one day. If the UF
triumphs over its rival,
the Tallahassee chamber
will go to Gainesville for
a day.

When the Gators and the
Seminoles meet this Sat Saturday
urday Saturday FSU will be trying
to win among other
things -a wood carving
of a. Seminole warrior
facing an alligator.
The carving, presented
to Florida by the Ex Exchange
change Exchange Club of St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg after the second Ga Gator
tor Gator victory in 1959, now
stands in the office of UF
Head Coach Ray Graves.
Dead Heat
Two folk-singers snared
and split the first place
prize in the Florida
Unions amateur folk folksinging
singing folksinging contest held last
night in Bryan Lounge.
An award of $25 was
halved between William
Markham, ILW, and John
Pierson, 2UC.
Second prizes went to
the Vanguard Singers and
a duet comprised of Mar Marilyn
ilyn Marilyn Uelsman, 3AR, and
Each won $lO.
The Top Tunes Re Record
cord Record Shop donated a $lO
impromptu gift to third thirdplace
place thirdplace winner Lex Tinsley,
2UC..



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The Florida Alligator Friday, November 16, 1962

Cubans Conflict in Mexico

MEXICO CITY (UPI)
Pro and antb-C&ctrofac antb-C&ctrofactions
tions antb-C&ctrofactions stepped up their
hemisphere activities
Thursday while the Mexi Mexican
can Mexican press reflected fear
that the United States
lost the initiative in the
Caribbean and is exposed
to a Communist counter counterstrike.
strike. counterstrike.

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Informed sources said
that diplomatic soundings
on Latin American count countries
ries countries attitudes toward a
prospective Cuban gov government-in-exile
ernment-in-exile government-in-exile in Gu Guatemala
atemala Guatemala are under way.
Castro 'supporters also
were active. Copies arri arrived
ved arrived here of a call issued
for a secret meeting of
Latin American Comm-

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unist leaders at an unre unrevealed
vealed unrevealed place. This was
the same manifesto said
to have been published in
the Havana Communist
daily Hoy.
The Communist call was
interpreted as the start of
a possible political-dip political-diplomatic
lomatic political-diplomatic offensive against
the United States and the
governments which are
hacking the naval block blockade
ade blockade of Cuba.
The daily excelsior, re reflecting
flecting reflecting local opinion that
the Caribbean crisis has
taken a new turn, said:
* Vacillation must cease.
White House energy must
block a Red counter-blow
in Latin America.. is
President Kennedy going
to lose the bout after win winning
ning winning the first few rou rounds.
nds. rounds.
Reports continued to cir circulate
culate circulate of a secret meeting
between Guatemalan re representatives
presentatives representatives and Cuban
exiles on setting up a re refuge
fuge refuge e government to
counter former President
Jacbo Arbenz Provis Provisional
ional Provisional Government of Gua Guatemala
temala Guatemala in Havana.
The newspaper Ora Oraciones
ciones Oraciones said efforts are
being made to determine
the Mexican governments
attitude toward a Cuban
anti-Castro government.

U.S., Russia
Keeping in Touch
WASHINGTON (UPI)
The White House today
said there has been con continuing
tinuing continuing communication
between Washington and
Moscow on the Cuban sit situation
uation situation including the ques question
tion question of U.S. demands that
the 1128 jet bombers be
withdrawn from the is island.
land. island.
Press secretary Pierre
Salinger made this com comment
ment comment when asked about
reports of a new exchange
of letters between Pres President
ident President Kennedy and Soviet
Premier Nikita Krush Krushchev.
chev. Krushchev.
JFK to Resume
Press Confabs
WASHINGTON (UPI)
White House Press Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Pierre Salinger
said Thursday it was al almost
most almost certain*that Presi President
dent President Kennedy will hold a
news conference next
week, probably Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday. It will be his first
since Sept. 13. Salinger
said Kennedy probably
would open the session
with a statement on Cuba.

The make more people
depend on

Briefly
Speaking
P.ONTREMOLI, Italy
(UPI) A sharp earth
tremor, the third here
in 24 hours, shook this
northern Italian town ear early
ly early Thursday and sent
townsfolk scurrying into
the streets in panic. No
casualties o r damage
were reported.
Flu Hits Royalty
LONDON (UPI) Lord
Snowdon, husband of
Princess Margaret, is
suffering from influenza,
it was announced Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. The illness forced
him to miss a royal pre premiere
miere premiere Wednesday night.
Ends Tour of Duty
MOSCOW (UPI) Sir
Frank Roberts Thursday
ended a two-year tour of
duty as British ambassa ambassador
dor ambassador to the Soviet Union.
Relay Station
MONROVIA, Liberia
(UPI) The Voice of A America
merica America has opened its
first relay station in Li Liberia.
beria. Liberia. It was the first
of six transmitters to be
put in operation here for
relay services, aimed
primarily at Africa.
Cuban Doctor
Gives Testimony
WASHINGTON (UPI'
A refugee Cuban doctor,
his head covered by a
hood, told House inves investigators
tigators investigators Thursday he once
had to perform surgery
with an armed guard stan standing
ding standing behind him because
the communist rulers of
his country dont trust
anyone.
The physician, appear appearing
ing appearing before a subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee of the House Co Committee
mmittee Committee on Un-American
Activities, said he was
testifying in disguise to
safeguard relatives in
Cuba.
The hooded doctor was
one of three former Cu Cuban
ban Cuban medical men called
by the subcommittee in
an investigation of an or organization
ganization organization formed last
fall to send medical su supplies
pplies supplies to the Caribbean
island.
One of the doctors, a
pediatrician for premier
Fidel Castros son for
10 years, said he believ believed
ed believed the medicine shortage
in Cuba was purposely
caused to foment anti-
American feeling.
Investigators charged
Wednesday that some of
the leaders of the Cuba
Medical Air Committee
of New York had pro-
Communist background.



From Us to Them
Welcome Letters
==* =

UF Pres. J. Wayne
Reitz and FSU Pres. Gor Gordon
don Gordon W. Blackwell issued
the following statement:
Everyone is looking
forward to the FSU-UF
football clash and expect expecting
ing expecting the spirit of the game
to exemplify the best in
competitive attitude be between
tween between the two schools.
To prevent any re reoccurrence
occurrence reoccurrence of last years
post-game demonstration
on the field which was
embarrassing to both in institutions,
stitutions, institutions, all spectators
are being required to stay
off the playing field at all
times. Only authorized
personnel are permitted
access to the field at any
time. Students not ob observing
serving observing this requirement
will be referred to the
discipline committees of
the respective schools.

FSU Joins UF
In Football Sing

A combined UF and FSU
Mens Glee Clubs will
present a football con concert
cert concert in the University
Auditorium tonight at
7:30.
Planned as a cultural
exchange with FSU Col Collegians,
legians, Collegians, directed by Ra Ramon
mon Ramon E. Meyer, and the
UF Singing Gators, di directed
rected directed by Guy B. Webb,
the two Universities have
joined choral groups in
presenting a concert. The
public is invited and ad admission
mission admission is free.
Highlighting the pro program
gram program will be a medley of

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We wish to encourage all
UF and FSU students to
attend the Lyceum
Council presentation of
Peter, Paul and Mary at
8 p.m. in the Florida
Gym. Following this will
be a dance sponsored by
the Florida Union Board
of Student Activities
We are proud that the
past four years of foot football
ball football rivalry between our
distinguished universit universities
ies universities has created a mutual
respect and appreciation
on the part of the two
student bodies. We know
that all our fellow stu students
dents students will strive to con continue
tinue continue this wholesome
competitive spirit without
degrading incident.
Bill Trickel
Student Body President
University of Florida
Ken van Assenderp
Student Body President
Florida State University

school songs by the com combined
bined combined forces of 80 voices.
The medley was arranged
and will be conducted by
Richard D. Powell, grad graduate
uate graduate student in composi composition
tion composition at FSU and assistant
conductor for the Colleg Collegians.
ians. Collegians. Centered around
Stephen Fosters song,
Way Down Upon the Su Suwanee
wanee Suwanee River are famil familiar
iar familiar songs of campus life
at both Universities:
Orange and Blue, A
Hymn to the Garnet and
the Gold, Fighting Ga Gator
tor Gator March, and Garnet
and Gold.

Presenting P, P & M

Peter, Paul and Mary,
fastest-rising folk sing singers
ers singers present a two and
one half hour show in
the Florida Gym tonight
beginning at 8:00 p.m.
Following the folk mu music
sic music a dance will be held
with the Playboys pro providing
viding providing the music.
Admission is only $1
$ Collection
Florida-FSU game could
cost you some money.
Solicitors for Dollars
for Scholars will line the
aisles five minutes before
the third quarter of the
game.
The drive is to gain
money for scholarships
and student loans.


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Admission: $4.50, 3.50, 2.50, 2.00
50$ Discount to UF Students on 4.50 and 3.50 Tickets

Friday, November 16, 1962 The Florida Alligator

for the entire evening.
Peter, Paul and Mary
try to sing folk music
that is both popular and
academically sound, ac according
cording according to their manager
A1 Grossman. The group
formed at Greenwich Vil Village
lage Village and have received
high acclaim and criti criticism
cism criticism in recent months.
Alum BBQ
A pre-game barbecue
will be held by the Florida
and FSU Alumni Associ Associations
ations Associations Saturday in Flor Florida
ida Florida Gymnasium from 11
a.m. to 1 p.m.
The beefeat is expected
to draw a crowd of over
2,000, according to Alum Alumni
ni Alumni Affairs Director Bill
Fleming.

Honors Beaty
A new portrait will be
added to the main lounge
of the Florida Union be befo
fo befo r e the Florida-FSU
game.
Robert C. Beaty, retired
University dean and now
Director of Alumni
Loyalty Fund will be hon honored
ored honored by the UF and Alumni
Association.
The unveiling of the
portrait will be at 10:30
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The Florida Alligator Friday, November 16, 1962

Hollywoods Absolute Worst Seen In King Os Kings

King of Kings is with without
out without a doubt the greatest
celluloid/religious here heresy
sy heresy Hollywood has ever
produced.
Never in the history
of the extravaganza, su super-magnificent,
per-magnificent, super-magnificent, over overdone,
done, overdone, movie has anything
been quite as poorly and
ineptly presented as
Kings.
To begin with they
chose Jeffrey Hunter to
play Christ. Hunter has
a countenance usually a aassoclated
assoclated aassoclated with Hub-caps
and tail-lights set and
the transition to the son
of God is Just impossible.
Then to add insult to
injury, Samuel Bronson
producer of iis thing
played up the fact that
4 now you can see Christs
face for the first time in
a motion picture.
Supposedly, Hunter has
led such a pure life
that he was logically the
person to portray Christ.
rMSMsnh
NOW thru Tuesday
3 SHOWS DAILY
2 pm 5 pm 8 pm

as
vvy r\
Admission TODAY & TOMORROW I Y
Elvis Presley _, Paul Newman
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"FOLLOW THAT "THE YOUNG
DREAM"" PHILADELPHIAN"
Late Show... That 11:30
Saturday Nlte! Kind Os
Woman jfts
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FIRST GAINESVILLE SHOWING I
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Logically? Under what
system of logic?
Then they chose Ro Robert
bert Robert Ryan, long associ associated
ated associated on the screen with
the Capone gang on the
South Side of Chicago, to
portray John the Baptist.
Believe me, when he
dunked em, he really
dunked em. 1 kept no noticing
ticing noticing a bulge in the upper
right hand side of his
toga you d o nt suppose
Now if this isnt enough
Bronson picked Brigit
Bazlen to play Salome.
Brigit, honeyyou were
trying too hard. One can cannot
not cannot say she was bad
terrible perhaps. It was
as though she was over overworkedwhich
workedwhich overworkedwhich is rather
strange since this is her
first movie.
As Salome, her acting
would have fit in more
with Rock Around The
Clock than with a pic picture
ture picture of this religious sig significance.
nificance. significance.
I HEELS put on in 5 minutes
1 SOLES put on in 15 minutes
I MODERN SHOeI
REPAIR SHOP
ocros^ronHsUiationalbanlJ

REViEWE

Next comes the religious
context. There can be no
claims made by any
church that this is one
sidedBronson got all
the views and made them
into one.
This would be all right rightif
if rightif it did not so obviously
disrupt the c o ntinuity.
Everyone else was cru crucified
cified crucified on some old, beat
up wooden crossChrist
had his cross made out
of a single piece of Bal Balsa
sa Balsa wood, (very light,
friends) then it was plan planed
ed planed down and all rough ed-
Grant for
Earth Science
The UF was selected for
a $146,600 grant from the
National Science Founda Foundation
tion Foundation to initiate a year-long
institute in earth science
for secondary school
teachers.
The Institute, to be con conducted
ducted conducted during the 1963-64
academic year, is de designed
signed designed to improve the
subject-matter compet competence
ence competence of the participating
teachers. Dr. Casper Ra Rappenecker,
ppenecker, Rappenecker, head of the
Department of Geology in
the College of Arts and
Sciences, will direct the
program.
Twenty-five science tea teachers,
chers, teachers, including 15 from
junior high and 10 from
senior high school levels,
will be selected for the
course which will enable
them to begin : or com complete
plete complete ,vork on a masters
degree.
IBmneswui
II JBWIW
-tonight-
SIX BLACK HORSES
Audie Murphy
and
THE SPIRAL ROAD
Rock Hudson
-Saturday -Saturday-3
-3 -Saturday-3 features
ALL the YOUNG MEN
Alan Ladd
BETWEEN HEAVEN &
HELL
Jeffrey Hunter
The NAKED and the DEAD
Aldo Ray
-starting Sunday-
FIVE WEEKS IN A
BALLOON
Red Buttons
and
THE COMANCHEROS
John Wayne

ges were beveled so
realistic.
The acting is so terri-*
bly poor that one has to
remind oneself that this
really happened and that
it isnt just another Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood myth.
The total effect of this
picture is utter distaste.
It is distasteful that a
moviemaker would dare
trespass s o flagrantly
upon such a sacred sub subject
ject subject and put together a
piece of incongruity such
as King of Kings.
Continuity must have
been done by Alfred E.
Newman and direction
was probably a product
of a thousand George Spe Spelvin
lvins Spelvin anyone who owns
up to being director of
this degenerated version
of the Bible should be
hung by the thumbs.
If you have nothing
better to do this week weekend
end weekend sleep, eat, read, learn
to play the piccolo, do
anything but do not see
this celluloid attrocity.
Lord knows its a heresy
at the Florida Theatre
this weekend.

CAMptIS COMPASS

By BECKY CHALKER
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 16
CHESS CLUB: FU Oak
Room 7:30-11 p.m.
PRE GAME CONCERT:
U of F and FSU Mens
Glee Clubs; Univ Aud. 7:-
30 p.m.
SATURDAY NOVEMBER
17
PRE GAME BREAK BREAKFAST
FAST BREAKFAST : Sponsored by You Young
ng Young Democrats; speaker
Hon. Tom Adams, Sec.
of State. 8:30 a.m. Hub
Blue Rm. Tickets sl.-
50 in 307 F.U. public wel welcome.
come. welcome.
am
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Senior Coed
Well-Rounded
A rarity on the UF cam campus,
pus, campus, Marsha Ayers is a
senior coed living in a
womens residence hall.
Shes president of that
hall too. Marsha carries
the title of North Rawl Rawlings
ings Rawlings Hall president.
Blond, blue-eyed Mar Marsha
sha Marsha hails from Tampa.
Her major is secondary
education. If pressed for
information, she will tell
you that she sports a 3.4
overall scholastic aver average.
age. average.
Her eyes sparkle as she
talks about her plans for
the future. I hope to
teach social studies and,
of course, get married.
Besides playing an ac active
tive active role in many extra extracurricular
curricular extracurricular activities,
Marsha finds time to in indulge
dulge indulge in water sports, her
favorite pastime. Ice
cream tops her list of
foods and among her pet
peeves are inconsiderate
people and the times when
her car breaks down.
Having completed three
long years, Marsha has
nothing but praise for the
UF. I enjoy the UF UFfrom
from UFfrom its tough curr curriculum
iculum curriculum to the gay week weekends;
ends; weekends; theres nothing else
quite like it anywhere.

SUNDAY NOVEMBER 18
UNIVERSITY LIBERAL
FORUM: FU Johnson
Lounge 7:30-10 p.m.
TAU BETA PI: FU 212
4-5 p.m.
INTERNATIONAL SUP SUPPER:
PER: SUPPER: FU Social Room
6 p.m. Latin American
theme.
DUPLICATE BRIDGE:
FU Oak Room 2 p.m.
MONDAY NOVEMBER 19
KAPPA PSI: FU 116 7-
8:30 p.m.
FILMS COMMITTEE: FU
Oak Room 4-5 p.m.
SOCIETY FOR THE AD ADVANCEMENT
VANCEMENT ADVANCEMENT OF MANA MANAGEMENT:
GEMENT: MANAGEMENT: FU 218 7-
8:30 p.m.
UF WOMENS CLUB
LUNCHEON: Student
Serv. Center.
REAL ESTATE CLUB:
FU 215 7-8:30 p.m.
RELIGION IN LIFE AD ADDRESS:
DRESS: ADDRESS: Univ Aud
7:30 p.m.
BEGINNING DANCE
LESSONS: FU Social Ro Room
om Room 7:30 p.m.
CONTEMPORARY LlT LlTerature
erature LlTerature book re-
VIEW: FU 324 8 p.m.
A joint meeting of
A.I.E.E. LR.E. will be
held Monday at 7:30 p.m.
in Dan McCarty Auditor Auditorium.
ium. Auditorium.
Micro-Minitrorization
of Circuit Elements will
be the subject of a talk
by a representative of
Texas Instruments.



Makeup for 'Chaillot Surrealistic Circus-Like

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By Mike Doyle
Circus and surrealism
will meet in the make makeup
up makeup of Florida Players in
their next major produc production,
tion, production, Jean Giraudouxs
Madwoman of Chaillot.*
We want to effect a
blend between the real realistic
istic realistic and the fantastic,*
said Dr. August Staub, di director
rector director of the play, as he
demonstrated with the

Philadelphians Soapy
But Not Too Terrible

Not a Biddle, not a Roth Rothschild,
schild, Rothschild, just a Young Phi Philadelphian.**
ladelphian.** Philadelphian.**
Paul Newman as the**
young Philadelphian pro provides
vides provides a few moments of
pleasure at the State
Theatre this weekend.
Philadelphian** is kind
of an On The Terrace*
type of thing what with its
impotency, illegitimacy,
and general corruption of
the upper class. Oh it*s
a goody, friends.
The story involves a
woman married to a rich,

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I
n :
greasepaint face of The
Ragpicker* (Phil Giber Giberson)
son) Giberson) shown in photos a above.
bove. above.
Giraudoux deals with
the triumph of democracy
over materialism the
destruction of the organi organization
zation organization man and his auto autonomous
nomous autonomous world,** Staub
continued. Well high hightight
tight hightight that point with in individualism
dividualism individualism in action,

impotent socialite. The
first night of the marr marriage
iage marriage she learns the bad
news and disheartened
she sleeps with her old
boyfriend.
The child grows up think thinking
ing thinking that he is the son of
a dead socialite until his
supposed Grandmother
ruins everything.
Basically the tale re resembles
sembles resembles a well-done
soap opera if there is such
a thing as a well-done
soap opera.

c IHI
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costume, and make-up.
There will be no styli stylization.
zation. stylization.
The mad Parisians a about
bout about whom the play cen centers,
ters, centers, logical in their lu lunacy,
nacy, lunacy, delight in the sim simple
ple simple things of life...
pigeons flying, a half halfsmoked
smoked halfsmoked cigarette. The
Chaillot madwoman,
seemingly sane, keeps up
with the news by read reading
ing reading the same 1902 news newspaper
paper newspaper with breakfast ev every
ery every morning. It was a pa particularly
rticularly particularly good incite.
Clown make-up tad
been selected to express
this farcical life to au audiences,
diences, audiences, said Staub, who
will teach the specific
STew fsrn
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to the student make-up
crews that will be creat creating
ing creating the masks on produc production
tion production nights.

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AllltfAtOP
editorials
when to 'riot*
Go ahead and riot* Any silly girl would do just
that when carried away with the emotion o £ a foot football
ball football victory*
It is significant that the only way a riot is anti anticipated
cipated anticipated after the game is if (pardon us for being
so shallow as to suggest it) the Amazons win.
*
OUR STUDENT government leaders met with
Florida State College for women leaders early this
week to discuss cooperation* We dont expect
FSCW to cooperate if they win. If we were the in inferior
ferior inferior school tasting victory for the first time,
would we be able to contain ourselves?
It is our duty then to see that they dont have
the chance to get emotionally carried away* We
have a singular dutyto see that the Gators win.
*
TO ACCOMPLISH this end it will be necessary
for us to riot, not after the game but during the
game. We should riot in our own stands. By riot
we dont mean to do something silly like we ex expect
pect expect the coeds across the way to do but, rather to
show we have the right idea about the contest. That
we are better and are damned proud of it.
The Gators reportedly are well keyed up for the
game* Unlike the last tew years they are likely to
really put on a convincing show of strength against
the Squaws.
And thats where we come in.
All the noise in the wold wont change the scdre
after the final gun goes off. Verbal riot from the
stands could*

Political Groups Wrong

Editor:
As a Dade countian,
I would like to take ex exception
ception exception to your editorial
of 15 Nov 62. The plan
that you have endorsed for
reapportionment I find to
be as discriminatory and
unfair as the present
legislative setup.
You gave as your reason
for support of this plan
that it would be* efficient
and economical, but isnt
our present system effi efficient,
cient, efficient, economical and of
course invidiously
discriminatory.
The plan may have some
merit as far as represen representation
tation representation in the house of re repr
pr repr esentatl ves is con concerned,
cerned, concerned, but so do most
of the plans purposed by
both small and large
county legislators. The
pork chop gang has al already

The Florida
A1 ligator

EdUtor-JivChtof Bill Curry
Managing Editor This Edition.. Jack Horan
Bottom Manager Gary Burke
Spdrts Editor Jared Lebow
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ready already conceded the house
to the big counties.
The real discrimination
exists in the senate where
under the plan you en endorsed
dorsed endorsed the conservative
small county coalition
would still have a iron
grip. The most signifi significant
cant significant difference between
this 46 senator plan and
the 45 senator planthe
latter of which was over overwhelmingly
whelmingly overwhelmingly defeated by
the voters of Floridais
Dade county would re receive
ceive receive an extra senator.
Some concession!
Only when both the senate
and house of represen representatives
tatives representatives are apportioned
on the basis of population
of people Instead of cows
will the majority of the
people in Florida b e
equitably represented.
William Q. Day
3 JM

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"wo,no, honey... You've Got to win' first Dcia/ais Don't Count.'
Prof Sees Directive in Different Light LETTERS I

EDITOR:
The main issue at stake
in the Board of Controls
directive is altogether too
Important to allow it to
be mistaken for one of the
peripheral ones, or to be
overshadowed by them.
The main issue is not
the threatened denial of
higher education to the
sex deviate, although it
requires pointing out that
there must be more sens sensible
ible sensible ways of controlling
corruption.
The main issue is
not the prescribed fiscal fiscalization
ization fiscalization of texts to elimin eliminate
ate eliminate obscenity, though such
a mechanism is ridicu ridiculous.
lous. ridiculous.
It is not the needless needlessness
ness needlessness of the reminder to
professional instructors
that they are to treat re religion
ligion religion objectively.
It is not that the stu student
dent student is the goat (though
Mr. Moores points are
well taken).
THE MAIN ISSUE is
what what Prof. Yearly
pointed out: the threat
to the universitys use usefulness.
fulness. usefulness.
The function of higher
education, from Socrates
time through Cardinal
Newmans to that of the
Harvard Report, is to lea leaven
ven leaven society. The univer university
sity university is the place where
ideas are debated, not Just
for fun, but because they
are important.
Floridas stake in her
universities is obvious:
out of this debate come
the intelligent goals and
leadership for tom tomorrows
orrows tomorrows progress goals
well discussed and lead leader
er leader s competent to discuss
them. The educated man
is more than a technician,
and society needs him and
his thinking even more
than it requires the tech technicians
nicians technicians skills.
If at one or another
time American campuses
have been hotbeds of an anarchism,
archism, anarchism, nihilism, com communism,
munism, communism, or other unpal unpalatable
atable unpalatable isms, this is only
a sign that the atmosphere
is clear.
This clarity of atmos atmosphere

phere atmosphere this freedom to
Inquire into every doct doctrine
rine doctrine is what that most
hackneyed, and consequ consequently
ently consequently misunderstood
term academic freedom
refers to. It is this free freedom
dom freedom that is trammeled by
the directive.
ANYONE WHO doubts
that directives such as
this can strangle higher
education need only be
reminded of the fate of
the universities of Ger Germany.
many. Germany. Prior to World
War II they were among
the best in the world.
It was not the war that
destroyed them, but the
German government it itself.
self. itself. No edicts closing
their doors were issued;
directives much simpler,
much less objectionable
were employeddirect employeddirectives
ives employeddirectives that to all appear appearances
ances appearances were even in the
public interest.
Yesterday Heidelberg
was great, today it is
insignificant; the demand
by the state, in the name
of the people, that pro professors
fessors professors conform to spe specified,
cified, specified, non-academic
norms was quite enough
to bring about itscollapse.
IF SUCH A demand
be not tacit in the direct directive
ive directive that the faculty of
the universities of Flor Florida
ida Florida be fingerprinted, then
the order is a piece of
nonsense. Since such a
demand is tacit, the mat matter
ter matter is momentous.
GERALD STANDLEY
Assoc. Prof. C-41
Protests Negro
Rape Story
Editor:
In the UPI column of the
14, November Alligator,
you printed the story of
the Negro rapist in Conn Connecticut.
ecticut. Connecticut.
Was there any valid
reason for printing this
hot item, or was some
one trying to be funny?
I was not pleased to find
that**complete coverage
of the news in our campus
newspaper had to include
this article.
Howard Jack, 2UC

EDITOR:

Speaking as a married
football players wife l
would like to know where
you obtained your infor information
mation information that yo u wrote in
the Nov. 14 (Jack Horan)
Alligator. As I recall
there are quite a few
married football players
and their families which
live in the so called
cockroach infested
Flavets and believe me
when I say they (the foot football
ball football players) do not re receive
ceive receive the meals that you
described in your article.
I believe it would be
wise of you to interview
any of the married foot football
ball football players that are liv living
ing living o n campus or even
off and they will tell you
that it is not all peaches
Maybe a little more
consideration toward
some of these football
players from people who
have attitudes like you
might help. But, then you
are the kind of people
or should I say Gator
fans who are with the
team when they are win winning
ning winning and then cant say
hello to a player on the
campus when they are
losing.
Maybe you should be
the ones who play the
game every week and then
we would see what kind
of a tune you whistle!
Believe me when I also
say this, three fourths of
those football players are
playing football for an
education in college,
which they would not have
been able to receive with
out football and their abil ability.
ity. ability.
We wont miss the
cheers of people like you
in the stands for the game
Saturday. May I suggest
that you try a practice
session of football any
afternoon Monday thru
Thursday with a light
practice on Friday before
a game and see how long
you would last.
Believe me the average
football player on the Ga Gator
tor Gator team earns every sin single
gle single thing that he receives.
A wealthy football play players
ers players wife.



Why Not Have Great Debate on Universities?

B/ NEALE PEARSON, 7AS
In the current contro controversy
versy controversy over academic
freedom and the activities
of the Johns Committee,
the following thoughts by
Henry S. Commager
(Current Issues in High Higher
er Higher Education, 1952) are
pertinent:
Freedom...is a body
of practices, not alone
a body of principles.
Freedom, we must keep
in mind is not a method
of indulging error. It is
a method of arriving at
the truth.
It is maintained, not
out of sentimental regard
for eccentrics; it is main maintained
tained maintained out of practical
regard for the welfare of
society. We must insist,
all of us, on freedom for
the scholar, for the 11-
brarian,for the publisher,
for the scientist; and for
the same reason we must
insist on freedom for the
doctor and for the judge...
We preserve indepen independence
dence independence for the judge, be because
cause because we want to see
justice done; and if we
move in on the judges
as some legislatures
seem to be doing, we
will end up by destroying
the system of justice justiceand
and justiceand we are the ones who
will suffer, not the in individual
dividual individual judges.
If we make it impossi impossible
ble impossible for first-rate people
to write textbooks, we
will get second-rate peo people
ple people writing them. If we
make it impossible for
first-rate teachers to te teach,
ach, teach, we will have second secondrate
rate secondrate teachers.

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The same is true with
librarians, as we could
get somebody who would
not know the difference
between comic books and
the classics.
The result would be
that we will get the kind
of generation that does
not know and does not
care, a generation in incapable
capable incapable of thinking for
itself, as it has never
been trained to think for
Thodb patriotic and
sincere men and women
who often mean very well
when they wish to defend
American orthodoxy suf suffer
fer suffer from a sort of schiz schizophrenia.
ophrenia. schizophrenia. As Commager
puts it; 4 They are against
state intervention in the
economic realm, but not
in thb intellectual realm.
They admire the thinking
machine, but deeply dis distrust
trust distrust the men thinking.
While wanting and work working
ing working through such organi organizations
zations organizations as the NAM, the
AMA or that other ADA
belonging to the Den Dentists
tists Dentists they are quite
willing to subscribe to
practices that in the long
run will endanger all pri private
vate private organizations.
While extolling the vir virtues
tues virtues of individualism, they
often would endanger it
in an area where it is most
necessary if a society is
to defend and perpetuate
itself the academic and
scientific community.
While there is some just justified
ified justified criticism of univer university
sity university faculties for not al always
ways always maintaining strict
standards among their
members in such non-a non-a-cademic
cademic non-a-cademic areas as their

g - est
eolu in

money, sex or drinking
habits, we also elect to
office as Mayors of large
and small cities, as Gov Governors
ernors Governors of Louisiana or
New York, or even the
Presidency of the United
States, men whose habits
of morality would seldom
qualify them for status
as paragons of clean li living
ving living or for membership
on a Sunday School Boarde.
Incidentally we even e elect
lect elect them to the latter
position when it is to our
gain.
In a great many cases,
although virtuous conduct
is a desirable attribute
to have when running for
public office, the voting
publics of the United
States seemingly are
sophisticated enough not
to consider this the sole
qualification when they go
to the polls.
Do we dare apply the
same split thinking or
discriminating choices to
our academic institutions
or, if not, how best might
we formulate the stand standards
ards standards by which a great
university and a great
university system are to
be established and nour nourished?
ished? nourished?
The Buckman Act of
1905 which established
higher education in Flo Florida
rida Florida is at present under
study. This is necessary
and proper. Hopefully,the
Boards of Regents reg regulating
ulating regulating higher education

Friday, Alligator

in many states have been
created to take higher
education out of the po political
litical political sphere.
The Board of Control
by its very name has an
anomalous position.
The State of Georgia
finished a heated cam campaign
paign campaign for Governor in
September after several
members of its Board
of Regents spoke out in
behalf of one of the can candidates,
didates, candidates, Marvin Griffin,
who was running o n a
racist platform. Many

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Georgians, including in incumbent
cumbent incumbent Governor Earn Earnest
est Earnest Vandiver, were pub publicly
licly publicly and privately dis disheartened
heartened disheartened and disturbed
by this activity and spoke
out on behalf of the need
to preserve an education educational
al educational system which was for
all of the people and not
just the powerful.
(continued Sunday)

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The Florida Alligator Friday/ November 16, 1962

Page 8

He Earns His Keep
By Driving to Miami

I make about $55 dol dollars
lars dollars a week, just by go going
ing going home every week weekend.
end. weekend.
Allan Weiner, 2UC, sells
rides to and from Miami
and charges $lO or sl2
round trip.
Weiner has a *56 Ply Plymouth
mouth Plymouth station wagon and
delivers his riders to
centrally located places
in Miami and picks them
up at the same place.
Door-to-door service
wastes too much gas,
driving through all that
traffic, he said. Many
people Will put up with all
sorts of inconveniences if
you promise them a quick
ride home.
The inconvenience he re refers

Rill Mall Presents-
GIRL WATCHERS GUIDE
.v S
Few sights in all the world of girl watching are as breathtak- B H
ing as the unexpected observation of a Gym-Dandy in midair
maneuver. Plato might well have had the Gym-Dandy in
mind when he wrote, When a beautiful soul harmonizes
with a beautiful form, and the two are cast in one mould,
that will be the fairest of sights to him who has the eye to
contemplate the vision.
Although the Gym-Dandy is a joy to behold even while
tightening the laces of her sneakers, she must be seen in
action to be fully appreciated. The same thing is true of a M
Pall Mall. long, firm cigarette a handsome package,
but it must be tasted to be fully appreciated. Try Pall Mall
and see.
Pall Malis natural mildness
So smooth, so satisfying,
1 ,1 i 1 11~ I at Co. Fnimdtf Jit ttfcmtfow uWfacep^yaiy
so downnght smokeable!

fers refers to is the fact that
he makes only one stop
the entire trip, for gas,
and no one is allowed out
of the car.
This isnt as uncom uncomfortable
fortable uncomfortable as it sounds be because
cause because he usually makes
the trip in less than six
hours, never going over
70 miles an hour.
Fives hours, 40 min minutes
utes minutes is my general time
for making the trip. But
I do hold the record for
the fastest time between
Gainesville and Miami Miamifour
four Miamifour hours, 20 minutes,
said Weiner.
It cost approximately
sls round trip for the dri driver
ver driver and the rest of
the money is clear profit.

Pr l jl mm
>
Poor Sammy
.. .Seminole was strung up
last night by Pi Kappa Al Alpha
pha Alpha fraternity.

25 Tickets Available
For Miami Roundtrip

Only 25 tickets remain
for the Thanksgiving bus
trip to Miami and they
will be sold today, Mon Monday
day Monday and Tuesday at the
information booth across
from the Hub for sl3 on
a first come first serve
basis.
Two buses, chartered
from Trail ways by Mens
Presidents Council and
WSA, will leave from the
Murphree Area and the
parking lot between Gra Graham
ham Graham and Tolbert Halls at
4 p.m. Wed. They will
stop at Rawlings at 4:15
p.m. to pick up passen passengers.
gers. passengers. The trip will take
about seven and a half
hours with a half hour
stop for dinner.
Busses will leave the

Trailways Bus Station in
Miami at 2 p.m. Sunday
for the return trip.
Got a Cold?
Campus Pacs
Cold tablets, deodorant,
skin cream and perfume
are some of the things
found in the Campus Pacs
for Women to be sold
Monday for 35 cents.
The 2,800 kits con containing
taining containing $4 worth of wo womens
mens womens toilet articles will
be sold from 9:30 a. m.
to noon and 1-3 p.m.at
the information booth a across
cross across from the Student
Service Center (Hub) on
Monday only.
The kits are a promo promotional
tional promotional device offered by
national firms, which
accounts for the low sale
price to U F students.
Identification cards must
be presented before pur purchasing
chasing purchasing a pac.
Profits from the Mon Monday
day Monday sale go to the U F
Dollars for Scholars
Fund.
Supper Tickets
Tickets for the Inter International
national International Supper this Sun Sunday
day Sunday at 6 p.m. in the Flor Florida
ida Florida Union Social Room
must be picked up by 5
p.m. today in Florida Un Union
ion Union 315 or the Internation International
al International Center, Bldg. A- E.
Sundays supper honors
Latin American coun countries.
tries. countries.
Hillel Center
Open House
Orthodox Jewish Re Religion
ligion Religion will be the sub subject
ject subject of a talk by Dr.
Cohn at Sabbeth Services
at 7:30 p.m. Friday at
the Hillel Center.
The Center will have
an Open House Sat. af after
ter after the game for cokes,
food and dancing. On
Sunday brunch will be
served at 11 a.m. and a
council meeting will be
held at 12:30 p.m.
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SPEAKING

by Ronnie Sue Goodman
The Greeks are plan planning
ning planning big parties to cele celebrate
brate celebrate what they hope will
be the defeat of the Sem Seminoles
inoles Seminoles this weekend.
Friday night the ATOs
will socialize with
AEPhis. Theyll have a
party that night after the
social, with a band. Sat Saturday
urday Saturday .night theyll party
in honor of FSU weekend,
again with a band.
Meanwhile the Delta Chis
will rock to the music of
Little Jake and the Blen Blenders.
ders. Blenders. The party will be a
tri-chapter party with the
chapters from FSU and
Rollins.
The DUs will have an in informal
formal informal house party with
music by the Casanovas
Friday night.
The KA Southern Gen Gentlemen
tlemen Gentlemen will have a juke
box party Friday night and
Saturday night, a record
party.
TEPs plan a warm up
party Friday afternoon
and evening with dinner
and the music of Texas
Ray. Saturday night FSU
TEPs will join the home
crew for another party at
the house.
The Kappa Sigs are
partying Friday night with
Slacks OKd
The five o clock rule
will apply to progress
tests.
This was the answer to
an inquiry as to whether
or not slacks could be
worn to progress tests
scheduled at night.
W.S. A. Council last week
voted that the type dress
worn to progress tests
should be left to the des descretion
cretion descretion of the individual
coed.

Senior Coeds to be Privileged

Senior coeds living in
the womens residence
halls or sorority houses
next tri-mester will have
senior privileges, the
Womens Student Associ Association
ation Association (W.S.A.) voted this
week.
By unanimous vote, the
W.S.A. Council passed a
motion creating senior
L.P.s meaning -a 12:30
curfew Monday through
Thursday nights for sen seniors.
iors. seniors.
Senior coeds may take
an unlimited number of

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the Soulmen providing
nausic. Saturday night
theyll have a record
party at the house.
The Lambda Chis will
have a 4 Scalp Seminoles
party Saturday night. The
Icemen will provide the
music for dancing. Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon theyll hold
a tea in honor of their
new house mother.
Friday night the Pikes
have a social with the
Delta Delta Delta soror sorority.
ity. sorority. Theres a record
party planned for after afterwards
wards afterwards Saturday night the
Jim White band will pro provide
vide provide dancing music for a
house party.
The PiKaps and their
dates will rock to the
music of J. B. Davis and
the Counts Saturday night.
Friday afternoon therell
be a party for Little Sis Sisters
ters Sisters of Minerva at the SAE
House. That night, theyll
have a band party. Sat Saturday
urday Saturday afternoon therell
be a band at the house for
dancing after the game
and then that night SAEs
from FSU will join the
Florida chapter for a
party at the Moose Lodge.
Saturday night the Sig
Eps will party with a
band.
The Tekes will hold a
party Friday night featur featuring
ing featuring Little Jake and the
Blenders.
The Ardells will provide
music for a party at the
Chi Phi House Saturday
night.
Delta Sigs will party
Friday night with the
Impacs, from Tampa,
providing music. Then
Saturday night, theyll
have a record party after
Peter, Paul and Marys
Lyceum Council Concert.

12:30 a.m. late permits.
Dean of Women Mama
V. Brady clarified the
resolution saying that
senior late permits will
apply only to those who
are classified seniors by
the Registrars office.
Seniors wishing to sign signout
out signout over night on week
nights must obtain per permission
mission permission from their halls
resident counselor. In the
sorority houses, house housemothers
mothers housemothers will have the au authority
thority authority to grant over overnight
night overnight requests.

Coeds, Date LATE Sunday

Candy, campus pacs,
football and basketball
tickets: these and many
other items have bden
sold for the benefit of
Dollars for Scholars.
But Mortar Board has
come up with the last
word in marketable pro product
ducts product theyre selling
time.
Sunday will be Penny-
A-Minute** night* Coeds
may stay out until mid midnightprovided
nightprovided midnightprovided they are
willing to pay a penny
for every minute theyre
out past the usual 11:00

Drifting Drunk Visits Broward

An unidentified man was
seen walking down the hall
of the Southwest section
of Broward Hall Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday at 6:00 p.m.
He had opened the end
door and found himself on
the ground floor of the
dorm amid eight girls in
various stagesafun stagesafundress.
dress. stagesafundress.
He looked straight
ahead, said Miss Lyn Lynette
ette Lynette Lott, one of the girls
who live on the floor.
His eyes were penetrat penetrating
ing penetrating but lacked ex p ress ression,
ion, ression, she said.
Most of the girls were
too stunned to do anything
Finally Miss Lott buzzed
the main desk and said,
Theres a drunk man on
ground floor, southwest.
Will someone please
come get him?
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I Freshmen and Sophomores I
I (These rules ore to be effective upon their publication in both the I
I Orange and Blue Bulletin ond as a display advertisement in the Alligator I
ot the expense of Student Government, which notices shall be republished
ot monthly intervals.)
I 1. Students classified as lUC or 2UC (not otherwise restricted from §
driving privileges) are permitted to operate automobiles that have |
been duly registered with the University, on campus and within Ala Ala§
§ Ala§ chua County on weekends during the spring semester. 1
| 2. Weekends shall be that period from 3:00 P.M. on Friday until 7:00 1
A.M. on Monday, except that over the spring vacation weekend, the f
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| terminate at 7:00 A.M. on Tuesday, April 24. |
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Alachua County for a period of up to twelve months from the time
the violator normally would be entitled to full driving privileges. In
addition, his permission to participate in this proarom shall be con- |
celled immediately.
I 4. This program does not permit lUC or 2UC students, unless otherwise I
| entitled to full driving privileges, to possess or maintain on automo- |
I bile in Alachua County. I
f 5. If any vehicle is found upon the Campus in violation of ony provision j
| of the traffic and parking regulations, the student in whose nome I
such vehicle is registered shall be held responsible for any violation. I

Friday November 16, 1962 The Florida Alligator

p.m. curfew.
There will be no late
permits involved. Dean
of Women Mama V. Brady
has granted the midnight
curfew extension at Mor Mortar
tar Mortar Boards request.
The 4 Penny-A-Minute
night project was orgin-

Karen Wmderlich arrived
immediately.
He left the hall peace peacefully
fully peacefully with Miss Wunder Wunderlich.
lich. Wunderlich.

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ally suggested for a Mor Mortar
tar Mortar Board scholarship,
but the senior womens
honorary decided that the
Dollars for Scholars dri drive
ve drive could better fulfill
their purpose with its
nine-to-one plan. The U.
S. government matches
every student dollar with
nine federal dollars.
Cooperating with Mortar
Board Sunday night will
be Women Students Ass Association
ociation Association representatives
and Panhellenic Council
representatives. They
will collect pennies in
the womens residence
halls and sorority houses.
.Women students living
off-campus are asked to
pay their Penny-A-Min Penny-A-Minute
ute Penny-A-Minute Night debts Monday
at the front desk of the
Florida Union.

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ness Business Division (BBD) in the
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To the New BBD

for students with a sug suggestion,
gestion, suggestion, complaint or in inquiry
quiry inquiry toaGainesvilTe
merchant.
The BBD will contact
the merchant, and if he
does not respond within
30 days, the division will
advise the student whe whether
ther whether to take his complaint
to small claims court.

Working in conjunction
with the Gainesville Cha Chamber
mber Chamber of Commerce, the
BBD seeks to adjust any/
complaint or satisfy any
inquiry concerning Gain Gainesville
esville Gainesville merchants.
The BBD is a subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee of the Student-Co Student-Community
mmunity Student-Community Relations Com Committee,
mittee, Committee, formed last April
to promote better under understanding
standing understanding between UF stu students
dents students and Gainesville cit citizens.
izens. citizens.
Dan Patton and Homer
Garner head the commit committee,
tee, committee, which is supervised
by the Department of
Married Student Affairs.

Pig of Steel
.. .will be featured in a thrilling new series of ad adventure
venture adventure starting in Sunday's Alligator. Wonder Wart-
Hog will introduce his accomplice, Sparrow Kid.
I Want My Daddy

None of the calves bom
at the UF Dairy Research
Unit ever know thMr
daddyi n fact, there

arent any bulls at the
farm at all.
Wheres daddy?
He may live in some dis*-
tant part of the United
States or he may have died
as long as nine years ago.
The would-be mother
cows are impregnated
with frozen sperm by a
process known as arti artificial
ficial artificial insemination.
Daddy comes to the
farm frozen in liquid
nitrogen.
This process produces a
better strain of cattle be because
cause because it enables the farm farmer
er farmer to make selected mat matings
ings matings between outstanding
bulls and cows.
Meat Judging
Teams Win
Over 12
A UF meat judging team
defeated 12 other college
teams from throughout
the nation for first place
in a national meat judging
contest at Baltimore,
Maryland.
This is the first time
that the UF has won this
particular distinction.
The meat judging contest
was held Tuesday in con connection
nection connection with the Eastern
National Livestock Show.
According to team coach
Dr. J. W. Carpenter,
assistant professor with
the Florida Agricultural
Experiment Stations, the
team scored first in the
beef and pork judging div divisions
isions divisions to boost the colle collegiate
giate collegiate judges to high over overall
all overall champs. In beef grad grading,
ing, grading, they placed fourth and
in lamb judging, third.
Members of the UF team
include Mrs. Andrea Al Albritton,
britton, Albritton, Alachua; Miss
Alva Benson, Lake Hami Hamilton;
lton; Hamilton; Joe Johnson, Kissi Kissimmee;
mmee; Kissimmee; Paul Dixon, Mic Micanopee;
anopee; Micanopee; and William Ken Kenyon,
yon, Kenyon, Winter Haven.



Gator Basketballers
Play Monday Night

By RON SPENCER
Gator Sports Writer
Gator basketball fans
will have a chance to get
their first peek at the
1962-63 edition of the Flo Florida
rida Florida team Monday night,
when the soph-studded
varsity takes on a highly
respected freshman team
in the annual Dollars For
Scholars ballgame in the
Florida gym.
Coach Norm Sloan, em embarking
barking embarking on his third year
at the Florida helm, in inaugurated
augurated inaugurated the Dollars
For Scholars basketball
game in 1960, his first
year at Florida. Tickets
for the 8 p.m. battle will
be $1 apiece, with pro proceeds
ceeds proceeds going to the Dollars
For Scholars organiza organization.
tion. organization.
Dollars For Scholars
is an organization which
raises money for student
loans. Every dollar con contributed
tributed contributed by UF is matched
by nine dollars from the
federal government. This
money goes toward spon sponsoring
soring sponsoring scholarship loans
to students here on cam campus.
pus. campus.
In addition to further furthering
ing furthering a worthwhile cause,
the game also serves as a
mirror which may possi possibly
bly possibly reflect the fortunes
of this years Gator var varsity.
sity. varsity. It will be a regula regulation
tion regulation game, played in reg regulation
ulation regulation time with actual
game conditions prevail prevailing
ing prevailing at all times. The game
will give Sloan and Gator
fans in general the chance
to evaluate this year s
team before it kicks off
a rigorous 24-game sche schedule
dule schedule November 30 against
the Miami Hurricanes.
Starting Lineups
VARSITY
G-Tom Baxley (5-10)
G-Brooks Henderson (6-2)
C-Richard Tomlinsofi (6-6)
F-Tom Barbee (6-4)
F-Taylor Stokes (6-4)
. ~
Miamis Mira
Sets Records
Records are not too much
fun when you dont couple
them with a victory but
George Miras sensat sensational
ional sensational performance under
pressure against Alaba Alabama
ma Alabama added one new Uni University
versity University of Miami record
to his collection, gave
him a tie for a second
and put him close to co collecting
llecting collecting those he doesnt
already hold.
Despite Miamis loss
to Alabama, Mira con continued
tinued continued his sensational
play. He completed 14
passes for 188 yards a against
gainst against Alabama..

F ans will get the chance
to compare this team with
the one that placed fourth
in the final SEC standings
last year, compiling a 13-
11 season chart.
The personable Sloan
has not been pleased with
recent practices assert asserting
ing asserting that We have not
done too well. We have
only two more weeks
(until the opener against
Miami) Sloan added.
The lineup has been
fluctuating daily.
He declared 4 play has
been very ragged so far
and that its just a
matter of getting used
to each other.
He said the guards seem
to be shaping up, but that
the problem remains at
center. That, if you
remember correctly, was
the position held down by
Gators scoring ace Cliff
Big Luke Luyk, now a
member of the profess professional
ional professional New York Knicks.
jSfigK .Jpr:
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Tom Barbee
FROSH
G-Dan Goolsby (6-0)
G-Bruce Moore (5-11)
C-Richard Peek (6-U)
F-Gary Keller (6-9/2)
F-Larue Boyd (6-5)

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Freshman Football Team
Tackles Auburn Monday

Florida fans will be
treated to their second
football game in three
days when the UFs Baby
Gatprs tangle with the
Tiger Cubs of Auburn on
Florida Field at 2 p.m.,
Monday, Nov. 19 to kick kickoff
off kickoff a day of sports.
The Gators are after
their second win of the
season in this finale. The
record stands at 1-1. This
is the UF Froshs first
afternoon encounter.
Florida won its opener
against the Georgia Bull Bullpups
pups Bullpups in Athens, Ga., 28-
14. After trailing Georgia,
7-0, the Frosh scored
28 points in the second
half to pull out the vic victory.
tory. victory. In the second game
Miami came from behind
to edge the Baby Gators
with a two point conver conversion
sion conversion by UM quarterback
Gene Bebber. With sec seconds
onds seconds remaining, the UF
tried a field goal, but it
fell short and Miami won
14-13.
Leading the Gator off offense
ense offense is Bruce Bennett,
high school All-American
star from Valdosta, Ga.
Bennetts running and
passing earned him the
Outstanding Player a award
ward award for the Miami game,
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.

Friday, November 16, 1962 The Florida Alligator

despite the UF loss.
A victory would give
the Gators a measure of
revenge for their loss
to Auburn, at Auburn, in
1961. The Baby Tigers
are undefeated and sport
a 2-0 record with wins
over Georgia and Alaba Alabama.
ma. Alabama.
Frosh 08.
Bruce Bennett

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Harper of Lakeland, and
Steve Heidt from Albany,
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In the line, end Larry
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The Florida Alligator Friday, November 16, 1962

Saurian; Seek Seminole Scalps Saturday

By Ken Keyes
Gator Sports Writer
When the UF and Florida
State meet this Saturday
afternoon at 2:00 on Flor Florida
ida Florida Field, they will renew
a fierce four-year old
gridiron rivalry.
The Gators have faced
the Seminoles challenge
four times and sent them
back to their faraway land
crestfallen all but once.
The Gators and Florida
State have similar re records
cords records and a Gator Bowl
consideration will come
to the victor Saturday.
The Gators to date have
won 5 and lost 3, while
the Seminoles are 4-2-2.
The teams have played
two mutual opponents.
Last week the Gators
marched through Georgia
23-15 while FSU was play playing,
ing, playing, according to F S U

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Coach Bill Peterson, the
best game...since I got
here, against Georgia
Tech, 14-14. Earlier in
the season UF lost to
Tech 17-0 and the Tribe
trounced Georgia 18-0.
Both UF and FSU have
installed the three-team
system. Spectators will
see the Big Blue, the Go
team, and the Sidewinders
square off against the
Chiefs, the Renegades,
and the Warriors. An ad added
ded added tFeat is that each
of the Seminole teams
wears a different match matching
ing matching color combination of
socks and helmet design.
Leading the Seminole
attack will be quarter quarterbacks
backs quarterbacks Eddie (The Fox)
Feely and Steve Tensi.
Tensi, a 6-5 Ohio import,
has hit for five touch touchdowns
downs touchdowns and 659 yards.

The mainstays of the
tough FSU line, which has
allowed an average of 4.5
points a game, are 6-2,
220 lb. tackle Tom Slick Slicker;
er; Slicker; 6-0, 205 lb. tackle
Jim Sims, and guards
Gene McDowell and Chuck
Robinson. Floridawill
have a decided weight ad advantage
vantage advantage in the line, but
against Tech the Semin Seminoles
oles Seminoles were outweighed 16
pounds per man.
Fans can look for Soph
End Fred Biletnikoff to
see plenty of action at
either end, any unit, when
FSU is on offense. He
caught a 66-yard TD pass
from Tensi against Tech.
Senior ends Billy Cash
and Sam Holland, who
have been named co-cap co-captains
tains co-captains for the game, Floyd
Dean, and Tom Gregory
will be playing their last
home game for the Gators
along with tackle Anton
Peters, and guards Lar Larry
ry Larry Travis, Wade Entz Entzminger,
minger, Entzminger, and Bob Hosack.
Center Co-captain Bruce
Culpepper will return to
limited action after an
injury in the Duke game.

In the backfield, quarter quarterbacks
backs quarterbacks Lil Lightin Liber Libertore,
tore, Libertore, Bobby Dodd, and#
Tom Batten will bark sig signals
nals signals on Florida Field for
the last time. Halfback
Co-captain Lindy Infante
with a leg injury will be
a spectator at this game.
Bob The Mover Ho Hoover,
over, Hoover, Ron Stoner, Sam
Mack, and Dave Blud Bludworth,
worth, Bludworth, fullback Tom Kel Kelley
ley Kelley and utility man Bruce
Starling will all get their
last chance to scalp the
Seminoles.

the prgnostigatrs
o o

RIGHT WRONG
LEBOW 50 29
SOLOMON 50 29

By Jared Lebow
Gator Sports Editor
The Predictions:
Florida 21, Florida Sta State
te State 7...Ray Graves is a nice
guy, so he will probab probably
ly probably hold the score down.
Georgia Tech 21, Ala Alabama
bama Alabama 14... The engineers
remember Chick Graim Graiming.
ing. Graiming. Also, if you re remember,
member, remember, I just dont like
Alabama.
Northwestern 28, Mich Michigan
igan Michigan State 21...T0m My Myers
ers Myers passing will prove
too much for the Spartens.
Mississippi 27, Tenn Tennessee
essee Tennessee 17... Another tough
ie for the rebels, who have
already played such mon monsters
sters monsters as Chatanooga,
Memphis State and Hous Houston.
ton. Houston.
Missouri 21, Oklahoma
14.. This one could mean
a trip to the Orange Bo Bowl
wl Bowl for Missouri.
Purdue 27, Minnesota
21.. you know that
Purdue University was
named after Charles Uni University.
versity. University.
Texas 28, TCU 14...
TCU-s pre-season sensa sensation
tion sensation Sonny Gibbs will have
a tough time making this
years All-City team in
Fort Worth.
Auburn 20, Georgia 10
...Plainsman too tough for
scrappy Bulldogs.
Michigan 21, lowa 14
...This one could be the
upset of the week in the
Big Ten.
Yale 16, Princeton 14
...Eli one of the best* in
the Ivy League. By the
way did you ever Wonder
why they call Yale the
Eli?

By GEORGE SOLOMON
Snorts Correspondent
The Florida Florida
State game may not at attract
tract attract the national atten attention
tion attention of an LSU-Ole Miss
match, but it certainly
does pack state-wide ap appeal.
peal. appeal.
The Gators go into the
game with a 5-3 record,
including two straight
victories over Auburn and
Georgia. FSU is 4-2-2,
and tied Georgia Tech last
week, 14-14.
No one expects a run runaway
away runaway Saturday, but Flori Florida
da Florida students should try and
match the usual excellent
spirit shown by the FSU
students every time they
come down here.
And did you read the new
football book written by
Miami Coach Andy Gus Gustafson?
tafson? Gustafson? Its called Se Second
cond Second Half Football.
The predictions:
Florida 14, Florida Sta State
te State 7...Floridas line too
good for FSU, and unless
the Seminoles play over
their heads like they do
every year, it could be
worse.
Alabama 21, Georgia
Tech 10... The Yellow
Jackets do not play con consistant
sistant consistant football. Alabama
is tough on anyone, just
ask Georgie Mira.
Michigan State 17,
Northwestern 13...C0u1d
be an upset here with Sta State
te State due for a big game.
Mississippi 34, Ten Tennessee
nessee Tennessee 14...01e Miss has
got it this year.
Oklahoma 19, Missouri
7.. 500ners are bouncing
back and could take the
Tigers by surprise.
Minnesota 27, Purdue
14.. Purdue is not con consistant.
sistant. consistant.
Texas 20, TCU 10...
Longhorns the best in the
Southwest.
Auburn 17, Georgia 7
...Auburn Tigers like it
outside of Gainesville.
lowa 28, Michigan 3
...For a school with 30,-
000 students, Michigan
doesnt have a very good
football team.
Princeton 26, Yale 7
...Tigers one of the best
in the Ivy League.
Solomon rating system
Alabama beat Miami 36-
3, but only beat Vand Vanderbilt
erbilt Vanderbilt 17-7. Florida
beat Vandy 42-7. Thus,
Florida 25 points better
than Alabama, and there therefore
fore therefore and 58 better than
Miami. HEY GUS!