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Vol. 55, No. 44 University of Florida, Gainesville Tuesday, November 20, 1962

Grebstein Reinstated
Grateful to UF Profs

Gator City Editor
Dr. Sheldon N. Greb Grebstein,
stein, Grebstein, suspended Univer University
sity University of South Florida (USF)
professor, returned to his
classrooms yesterday,
after being reinstated
Saturday by USF Presi President
dent President Dr. John S. Allen.
Allen reinstated Greb Grebstein
stein Grebstein on the recommen recommendations
dations recommendations of a nine-man
faculty investigating
committee which delved
into the charges brought
against the 34 -year-old
assistant English
Slates UF Talk
On US Image
A noted Dutch sociol sociologist
ogist sociologist and authority on the
culture patterns of the
U. S. will discuss The
Image of the United States
in Europe in a lecture
here, Monday, Nov. 26.
The sociologist is Dr.
A. N. J. den Hollander,
director of the American
Institute of the University
of Amsterdam and pres president
ident president of the UNESCO Cen Center
ter Center of the Netherlands.
His talk, sponsored by
the University Lecture
Series Committee and the
Department of Sociology
of the College of Arts
and Sciences, is set for
8 p.m. in the College of
Law Auditorium. It will
be open to the public.
Dr. den Hollander has
spent his life studying
the culture patterns of
the U. S. and other parts
of the world.
Editor of three Dutch
sociological journals, he
is also author of The
Rural Poor Whites of the
South, Land Settlement
in Hungary, World
Population and Re Resources
sources Resources and National
Images and Stereotypes.
He is author of some
40 articles published in
Dutch, Belgian, French,
German, American and
Spanish journals, and
book reviews.

Grebstein was charged
with presenting an alleg allegedly
edly allegedly salacious book
review to his advanced
writing class. The
charges came to the atten attention
tion attention of the Johns legis legislative
lative legislative investigating
committee and the Board
of Control, which led to
Grebstein* s suspension
by Allen October 19.
The faculty committee,
appointed by Allen, ques questioned
tioned questioned USF students and
faculty members as well
as educators from other
universities before pre presenting
senting presenting Allen with a 63
page final report. The
report included an addi additional
tional additional 200 pages of doc documentation.
umentation. documentation.
Although my consci conscience
ence conscience has been clear from
the beginning of this ep episode,
isode, episode, the faculty comm committees
ittees committees report and my re reinstatement
instatement reinstatement now proves
without doubt to all con concerned
cerned concerned that I am com completely
pletely completely innocent of the
charges against me,
Grebstein said in a for formal
mal formal statement yesterday.
Pm also deeply grate grateful
ful grateful for the overwhelming
support and encourage encouragement
ment encouragement which has been
extended to me by my
colleagues at the Univer University
sity University of Kentucky and the
University of Florida, by
faculties of the other
colleges and universities
in the state and by var-
Plans Slated
The UFs foreign stu students
dents students will be the guests
of the BjaptistStudent
Union during a Thanks Thanksgiving
giving Thanksgiving retreat in Lees Leesburg
burg Leesburg this weekend.
All foreign students who
would like to go on the re retreat
treat retreat have been asked to
register with the Rev. Bob
Scarborough at the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist Student Union.
Also on slate for the for foreign
eign foreign students are Thanks Thanksgiving
giving Thanksgiving dinners with
Gainesville families. In Interested
terested Interested foreign students
should notify the Inter International
national International Students office.

ious citizensgroups, he
said. Their strong stand
has made me proud of
my profession.*
Naturally, I am very
pleased that Grebstein
has been cleared of the
charges against him and
reinstated by Dr. Allen,**
said UF Prof. Dr. Sey Seymour
mour Seymour Block, state pres president
ident president of the American
Association of University
Professors (AAUP)
Nevertheless, we in
AAUP are still gravely
concerned over the
boards Directive* which
we feel endangers aca academic
demic academic freedom.**
Miami Buses
Filled to Brim,
Tampa Bus Fails
Buses to Miami for
Thanksgiving holidays
are sold out, and Icould
have filled another bus
if I could have chartered
it at this late date,* Mens
President Council Chair Chairman
man Chairman Bob Sniffin said.
This is the first attempt
by Student Government to
arrange for student
transportation home for
the holidays.
Sniffin said dorms had
tried it previously, in including
cluding including this year with
ticket prices at sls.
SG ticket prices for the
round-trip to Miami were
sl3. This was a saving
of $4 to students. The
regular rates to Miami
are sl7.
Students who bought
tickets on the bus that
was supposed to be char chartered
tered chartered to the Tampa-St.
Pete area have seats on
buses going to their res respective
pective respective homes at the same
price SG had quoted them
for the chartered bus.
Gator Vacations;
But Back Tuesday
The Florida Alligator
will not be published un until
til until Tuesday, Nov. 27, due
to Thanksgiving holidays.
We of the Alligator wish
to take this opportunity to
wish everyone a bountiful
Thanksgiving and a safe
trip home.

Lindy Layton, Alpha Delta Pi, prepares to head home
for the Thanksgiving holidays. She didnt head home
though, because she remembered that her profs are
impowered to give her two class cuts.

Fallout Research Grant
Given to UF Engineers

Fallout shelter research
costing SIBO,OOO is now
being conducted by the UF
Engineering and Industri Industrial
al Industrial Research Station
according to Associate
Research Professor F.M.
This project is being
done for the Dept, of State
through the Office of
Civil Defense,* Flanigan
said. We have not fin finished
ished finished our study and until
we do, all our findings
are classified,* he said.
Flanigan said the project
is to determine how a
prolonged stay in a fallout
shelter will effect such
factors as temperature
and humidity.
Library Opens
Second Door
The south door of the
main library, closed for
the last four years, was
opened last week.
The door, which faces
Peabody Hall, was ori originally
ginally originally closed for budge budgetary
tary budgetary reasons, according
to Dr. Margaret Knox,
assistant director of
readers* services.
* When the door was first
closed, not enough stu students
dents students used it to justify
keepings book-checker
there,** Miss Steen said.
However as more cam campus
pus campus buildings are built
south of the library, the
door will beneeded
A book-checker has been
moved from the front of
the library to attend the
new entrance-exit point.

One of the main problems
in a fallout shelter, said
Flanigan, is the number
of people that can live
in it during and after
an attack.
In the summer time,
the body heat factor pos possibly
sibly possibly could raise the
temperature so high in
the shelter that it would
be too hot for survival.
In the winter, people
might have to get others
in their shelter for their
body heat, Flanigan said.
Tests were conducted
by the UF research unit
this summer in Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville and Houston, Texas,
said Flanigan.
The summer tests
were only part of the
project, said Flanigan.
We are now waiting for
cold weather to set in
up North so we can make
some winter tests, he
Flanigan said the Re Research
search Research Station has done
other classified projects
for the government.
We did a testing pro program
gram program on a piece of ex experimental
perimental experimental equipment for
the Air Force, said
Flanigan. It was tested
in our temperature con control
trol control room to see how it
would perform in
climates ranging from
tropic to artic, he said.
Other projects the Re Research
search Research Station has worked
on include solar air con conditioning
ditioning conditioning and the effects
of sun rays through glass.

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IR?Nondd Alligator Tuesday, November 20, 1962

Reapportionment: Back to 46 Senators

-The House revived a re rejected
jected rejected big county reap reapportionment
portionment reapportionment plan Monday
to serve as a vehicle for
a do or die compro compromise
mise compromise that will send the
issue either to the people
or to the federal courts.
Following a weekend
of feverish activity be behind
hind behind the scenes to try to
switch enough votes to
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pass an acceptable plan,
the House reconvened at
1:30 p.m., hurriedly bre breathed
athed breathed life back into the
rejected 46-senator, 135-
representative plan and
then recessed until4p.m.
to prepare a string of
amendments to determine
if any proposal can get
the required 72 votes to
A long and heated ses session
sion session was in store as Rep.
Osee Fagan of Alachua,
representing the middle
sized counties, challeng challenged
ed challenged his colleagues to pass
a compromise plan for the
Senate to consider when
it reconvened at 8 p.m.
Only measure given a
chance of clearing both
houses was some form of
the 46-senator bill that
has already passed the

Senate, coupled with a Ho House
use House in the neighborhood of
140 to 145 members.
Some small county legis legislators,
lators, legislators, angry with Bryant
for calling them back in into
to into special session on such
short notice, said they
wont vote for a plant di directly
rectly directly dictated by the go governor.
vernor. governor.
Shortly before the Ho House
use House recessed, a small
group of die-hard small
county members, led by
Rep. Oliver Nash of Fra Franklin,
nklin, Franklin, reintroduced the
three times rejected
senator-for-every county
measure, coupled with a
House formula to provide
213 representatives.
Both the House and Sen Senate
ate Senate have voted down 67-
senator plans already this

Urban Areas Must
Gain Power: Ervin

Any reapportionment plan
that wins approval of both
the courts and the people
of Florida must give ur urban
ban urban areas solid control
of one House or else a
substantial voice in both
Houses, Atty. Gen. Rich Richard
ard Richard Ervin said Monday.
Without definite judicial
guidelines,Ervin said, he
approaches the question
with great trepidation.
At the same time, Ervin
assured the legislators,
that he will defend in the


courts whatever plan the
lawmakers decide to
pass, whether he person personally
ally personally approves of it or not.
If the tradition in Florida
of giving every county at
least one House member
is to be maintained, Er Ervin
vin Ervin said, there is little
chance of the big countys
gaining control of this
body without the present
membership of 95 being
raised so high as to be
Therefore, he said, the
legislature should think in
terms of raising the
House to about 144 mem members
bers members and assigning at
least seven more, and
perhaps as many as 12
more Senate seats to the
big counties.
The Senate shuffle could
be made, he said, either
within the present frame framework
work framework of 38 seats or by
increasing the number
from 38 to 45.
To reapportion within
38 means carving away
up to seven of the seats
now held by little counties
and giving them to the big
counties, a task that has
proven politically
impossible in the past.
But based on political
realities, Ervin said, he
would propose a Senate
of 38 to 45 members, with
7 to 12 additional senators
f apportioned among the
most populous counties,
along with a 144-member
Car-born Babies
Run in Family
Taylor delivered his baby
son Monday in the back
seat of his car. Thirty Thirtytwo
two Thirtytwo years ago, Taylor was
born in the back seat of
his fathers car in De Detroit,
troit, Detroit, Mich.
The one-month prema premature
ture premature son weighed six
pounds, four ounces.
l wrapped him in my
trenchcoat and drove off
with one hand, Taylor
My wife was doing
fine, he said. She just
relaxed and asked about
the baby.
Taylor was born June
12, 1930 in the back seat
of a 1928 touring car on
Jefferson Blvd., in De Detroit.
troit. Detroit.

Favor Calif.
Over Fla.
Current population sta statistics
tistics statistics dont give Florida
much of a chance of out outgrowing
growing outgrowing its rival Calif California.
ornia. California.
The reason for this,
said Webb, is that Cal California
ifornia California has a larger base
population and thus its
rate of growth figure may
not be so impressive. A
smaller state like Florida
might have a higher rate
of growth but still have a
much smaller numerical
Floridas rate of growth
since 1960 was 8 per cent
as compared with the na nations
tions nations overall growth rate
of 3.6 per cent making
Florida one of the faster
growing states.
Yet Californias rate
of growth from 1950 to
1960 was only 48.5 per
cent as compared with
Floridas 78.7 per cent.
Dr. John N. Webb, UF
professor of economics,
has completed population
studies showing Califor Californias
nias Californias population in increased
creased increased 5.1 million
between 1950 and 1960,
more than double Flor Floridas
idas Floridas numerical gain.

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Policy Ruling Changes
Greek Chaperone Rule

Future fraternity closed
parties will require only
the housemother to serve
as chaperone, due to a rule
changed by the UF Com Committee
mittee Committee on Student Organi Organizations
zations Organizations and Social Acti Activities.
vities. Activities.
Advisor to fraternities
William G. Cross notified
organization leaders of
the change last week but
explained the new ruling
was on a trial basis only.


APARTMENT for rent.
One block from campus,
everything furnished. In Inquire
quire Inquire at 112 NW 16th St.
(43-2 t-c).
LOST 1961 Hillsbo Hillsborough
rough Hillsborough class ring in Hub
mens room. Please re return
turn return to Richard Rezba,
376 Thomas G. (43-2 t-c).
personnel, male or fe female,
male, female, full time for Chr Christmas.
istmas. Christmas. Experience in
retail selling and jewel jewelry
ry jewelry business will be help helpful.
ful. helpful. Contact Mr.Gri frey,
Rutherfords, FR 6-2655.
HORSEBACK riding, hay
rides, barbeques, and
parties of all kinds. Cir Cir.cle
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It will be in effect Dec. 1
and will continue until
next September.
Formerly the house housemother
mother housemother and another
couple were required to
attend all parties.
Cross also indicated that
the Committee on Student
Organizations and Social
Activities would begin a
thorough review of so social
cial social functions and chaper chaperonage
onage chaperonage in the near future.

WOULD YOU like a bus business
iness business that will put you
through school? Small
business for sale. Low
down payment. Terms to
a reliable party. Call
FR 6-6576 after 5 p.m.
(43-2 t-c).
HELP WANTED for Chr Christmas
istmas Christmas and part time work
watch maker, jeweler,
engraver. Experience in
all or any one of these
is necessary. Contact
Mr. Lentz, Service Dept.,
Rutherfords, FR 6-2655.

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Tuesday, November 20, 1962 The Florida Alligator

Education Act Offers Dollars

Financial aid to graduate
students in Latin Amer American-related
ican-related American-related studies is
available under the Natio National
nal National Defense Education
Scholarships are being
offered for graduate study
in Spanish, Portuguese,
Latin American History,
geography, sociology,
political science, econo economics
mics economics and agricultural ec economics.
onomics. economics.

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the scholarships provide
for fulltime graduate
study and provide an all allowance
owance allowance for up to four de dependents.
pendents. dependents.
Interested persons may
pick up details and appli application
cation application forms in the Latin
American Language and
Area Center, 307 Peabody
Hall. Application dead deadline
line deadline is Jan. 28.

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By Reid Poole,
The Musical Scene Head <* us music
Chamber Musk Presented Tonite

The UF Department of
Music presents a concert
of chamber music by fac faculty
ulty faculty artists tonight, at
8:15, in the University au auditorium.
ditorium. auditorium.
The performing artists
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are Jerry Neil Smith,
clarinetist, his wife, Joan
Templar Smith, flutist;
G. Lyndal Smith (no re relation),
lation), relation), pianist; violinist
Edward Troupin who will
play the viola in tonights
concert, and Carolyn
Troupin, pianist.
The program offers a
delightful variety. It in includes
cludes includes the Sonata, opus
94, by Prokofieff for flute
and piano; the Trio for
Piano, Clarinet and Vi Viola,
ola, Viola, K. 498, by the mature
Mozart; the Sonata No. 4
Today & Wednesday
!! sQuinn giuson ill

for flute and piano by the
18th century composer
Michel Blavet; and the
Sonata, opus 20, No. 1,
for clarinet and piano by
Johannes Brahms, whose
personal musical style
seems most admirably a adapted
dapted adapted to the tone and per personality
sonality personality of the clarinet.
The first performance
of Prokofieffs Flute So Sonata,
nata, Sonata, op. 94, was in Mos Moscow
cow Moscow on December ?, 1943,
soon after its composi composition.
tion. composition. Prokofieff later
wrote a version of this
sonata for violin and pi piano.
ano. piano. It was this version
which received a local
performance bytheLuck bytheLucktenberg
tenberg bytheLucktenberg Duo oneyearago.
Prokofieffs biographer,
Nestyev, writes of the
transparent white* color
of the flute which suits
well the gentle, half
childlike lyricism of the
Mozarts Trio #4 in Eb t

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K. 498, was completed on
the fifth of August, 1786.
The composer was visit visiting
ing visiting the family of his pi piano
ano piano student Francisca von
Jacquin and it is possible
that the virtuoso clari clarinetist
netist clarinetist Anton Stadler was
present at the first per performance
formance performance of the number.
Mozart is said to hate
played the viola and Fran Francisca
cisca Francisca the piano in the
Jacquin home for the in initial
itial initial performance of the
The playing of chamber
music was probably the
principal pastime at the
Jacquin home, but it was
followed closely in popu popularity
larity popularity by the game of nine ninepins,
pins, ninepins, a form of bowling.
The nickname of this trio
is the Kegelstatt-Trio, or
Bowling-Alley Trio.
The third Lyceum Coun Council
cil Council presentation of the
62-63 season will be in
the University auditorium
on Tuesday, November
27. The attraction is The
Book of Job, a unique
dramatic presentation a adapted
dapted adapted by Orlin Corey
from the authorized ver version
sion version of the King James
translation of the Book of
Recruit Team
Slates Visit
The Naval Aviator Pro Procurement
curement Procurement Team from
Jacksonville, will visit
the UF Monday, Nov. 26
through Nov. 29.
According to Lt. R. E.
Schaefer, the team will
advise, interview, ad advise
vise advise and counsel qualified
men who desire a commi commission.
ssion. commission. The teams pro procurement
curement procurement trailer will be
located in front of the
University Post Office.
Campus Pacs
On Sale Today
Campus Pacs for coeds
will be on sale again today
from 9:30 to noon and
from 1 until 3 p.m. at
the Inf ormation booth
across from the Student
Post Office.
The Campus Pacs will
be sold for 35 cents to
coeds upon presentation
of their student ID cards.

UF: Qualitatively Folk Conscious

By Alan Hastings
People were starting
to tgke folk songs for
granted. Our group hopes
to bring a new variety to
the field of folk music/
Paul said.
Paul Stookey is the
lean, bearded comedian
of the Peter, Paul, and
Mary trio.
The basic purpose/
Paul said, in singing
folksongs is two-fold:
First to bring honest folk
music to the American
public and, in order to
accomplish this, our sec second
ond second intention must be to
One of the basic
images about folk singing
that we are trying to des destroy
troy destroy is the picture of a
country hick twanging a away
way away on a guitar.
You cant be a country
folk singer in a Brooks
Brothers suit/ he said.
Why did you come to
1 The only thing we were
told about the State of
Florida was that there
were two universities
whose students particu particularly
larly particularly appreciated good
folk music, Paul said.
Im certain now that
this is true.
The whole university
seems qualitatively folk
conscious, Paul said.

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What do you think of
the UF as an audience?
Mary answered the
The audience was en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic and relatively
well mannered. They
were courteous enough
not to use flashbulbs for
which Pm thankful. Not
Jr V,
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only do flashbulbs blind
us, but the sudden dis distraction
traction distraction breaks the mood
we are trying to create,
she said.
Mary Traver is the lone
female of the trio. A tall,
statuesque girl with long,
platinum blonde hair, she
often uses her tresses to
accentuate the pace of a
And the facilities?
We have no drastic
complaints about the fa facilities
cilities facilities at UF. Weve per performed
formed performed with much worse.
The stage gave me a few
problems, Mary said.
I kept getting my heel
caught in between the sec sections.
tions. sections.
Os course a bigger hall

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is always harder to work
with because of the ac accoustics.
coustics. accoustics. Its harder to
control such things as
microphone feed back
and echos. However, the
microphone system here
is excellent, she said.
The only comment made
by Peter Yarrow con concerned
cerned concerned the musical ar arrangements
rangements arrangements used by the
We often go into in infinite
finite infinite detail on a single
note in order to obtain
the exact effect we
desire, Peter com commented.
mented. commented.
What are your plans
for the future?
Mary said, First stop
in New Orleans and then
well be doing a concert
in Carnegie Hall.
And other plans like
marriage, etc.?
t M
<" lyk:*
|p Were all single but
we dont know and dont
have any idea on how long
it will remain that way,
she concluded.

Tuesday, November 20, 1962 The Florida Alligator

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Peter, Paul, and Mary pose in cowboy hats for the last
time. Shortly after this picture was taken, Paul noticed
his hat was gone. Said he, "Somebody must have taken
it as a souvenir. 11
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The Florida Alligator Tuesday, November 20, 1962

Student Says __
Angel Flight LETTERS

Response Good

Since the Angel Flight
article appeared in
Thursdays Alligator, two
things have come to my at attention.
tention. attention. First of all, we
undertook this project
with some apprehension
as to the number of ap applicants
plicants applicants we might re receive,
ceive, receive, but now I am con convinced
vinced convinced that this organi organization
zation organization will take hold on
this campus. We have had
to run off a second hund hundred
red hundred forms so that every everyone
one everyone interested may obtain
one. They are again a available.
vailable. available.
Secondly, a sufficient
number of the forms I
have already received in indicate
dicate indicate that more infor information
mation information would be helpful.
1 hope that this letter will
explain in part the An Angel
gel Angel Flight story for those
who are withholding their
applications in liew of ad additional
ditional additional information.
With Thanksgiving so
near, I have decided to
wait until our return be before
fore before makingan announce announcement
ment announcement of a meeting to pro provide
vide provide this information.
Flight will start off with
limited activities. The
girls selected will be fit fitted
ted fitted with uniforms and tau taught
ght taught a few of the basics
of marching in order for
them to assume a role
as sponsor for a unit on
the drill field.
Then as they choose to
expand their activities to
include those of some of
the other national Angel
Flights, we will provide
them with whatever as assistance
sistance assistance is necessary.
Jack Lettieri

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Compare Well,
Says Reader
Fred Schneiders re review
view review of King of Kings
was out-right disgusting.
Why the public in general
did not receive such a
fine picture is beyond my
comprehension. Samuel
Bronson had a most dif difficult
ficult difficult job in portraying
Christ. Everyone has his
own image of Christ; and
when someone presents
his own idea of Jesus,
I feel it is discourteous
to print such a biased,
mudslinging report. My
conception of Christ was
far different than Mr.
Bronsons but I still
respected his image and
appreciate the fine pic picture.
ture. picture.
When criticizing the
cross, Mr. Schneider re repeated
peated repeated the same mistake
as before. Apparently Mr.
Bronsons mother left
him with the opinion of a
new cross rather than
an old cross. What type
of wood the cross was
made of is insignificant.
The point behind it is
what counts, and Mr.
Bronson handled this
delicate aspect very well wellespecially
especially wellespecially since everyone
has his own ideas about
this also.
By writing such a vi vicious
cious vicious article, Mr.
Schneider has crucified
King of Kings just as
Pontius Pilate crucified
N. W.

Please tell me what
that thing is it towers
above the old auditorium
and looks like a long, up upended
ended upended boxcar without
wheels. Is it true that
its the casing from a
deep, old well?
Well if it isnt, please
have someone jack up one
side so that it will at
least lean! Or, smother
it with a building and use
it for an elevator shaft.
MAYBE IT would be
better to paint it brown,
chop it down, and call it
a hollow log then again,
it could be topped and
the rest of it used as an
incinerator to burn ban banned
ned banned books in. Oh, I dont
know; I just dont know
maybe we could build a
big nest on it and hope
for a female Rok. Do you
think the Navy would ob object
ject object if we entomb an Un Unknown
known Unknown bailor in it? Or
how about a Marine who
is missing in action?
Put a huge sprinkler
upon it and water Gaines Gainesville?
ville? Gainesville? How about putting
clocks on it, digging a
deep ditch beside it, set setting
ting setting up several fog ma machines,
chines, machines, building a bridge
across the ditch, adding
water, and naming the
whole mess London?
Couldnt we shovel a
mountain around it and
over it and just forget
it? That would be easier.
But we could lay it down,
split it in half, lengthwise,
and let the Ag. boys use
it as two long, brick pig
troughs. Or, cut it width widthwise
wise widthwise into slices 2 high
and put one around each
tree in the Plaza de
it into little pieces and
make rock gardens!
Time Doesnt
Impress Him
I was quite amused to
read an article on page
eight of the Friday edi edition
tion edition of the Alligator. I
'refer to that article des describing
cribing describing a certain 2UC who
apparently takes pride in
his record of four hours
and twenty minutes dri driving
ving driving time to Miami. No
attempt will be made to
debate this record, as it
is quite possible. I mer merely
ely merely request that he pro provide
vide provide his approximate time
of departure on Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday so that he may
meet with as little inter interference
ference interference as possible
should he attempt a new
record. On our drive
home, this Thanksgiving,
merely toot your horn
once and well all pull
over, Gonzales.
Joseph Pankowski, 3ED_

'Singing Silo Satire

About That 'Jumping Off Place

Perhaps you would pre prefer
fer prefer that it were painted
with red, white and blue
stripes and used as a
classroom. (Or does the
University of Florida al already
ready already have a Barber Col College?)
lege?) College?)
If not, how about this:
take out every other brick
and build another thing
just like it at FSU may-

t (Author of I Was a Teen-age Dwarf, The Many
Loves of Dobie GiUis, etc.)
To those of you who stay out of your student government
because you believe the committee system is just an excuse
for inaction, let me cite an example to prove that a committee,
properly led and directed, can be a great force for good.
Last week the Student Council met at the Duluth College
of Veterinary Medicine and Belles Lettres to discuss purchasing
a new doormat for the students union. It was, I assure you, a
desperate problem because Sherwin K. Sigafoos, janitor of the
students union, threatened flatly to quit unless a new doormat
was installed immediately. Im sick and tired of mopping that
dirty old floor, said Mr. Sigafoos, sobbing convulsively. (Mr.
Sigafoos, once a jolly outgoing sort, has been crying almost
steadily since the recent death of his pet wart hog who had
been his constant companion for 22 years. Actually, Mr. Sigafoos
is much better off without the wart hog, who tusked him
viciously at least once a day, but a companionship of 22 years
is, I suppose, not lightly relinquished. The college*tried to give
Mr. Sigafoos a new wart hoga frisky little fellow with floppy
ears and a waggly tailbut Mr. Sigafoos only turned his back
and cried the harder.)
But I digress. The Student Council met, discussed the door doormat
mat doormat for eight or ten hours, and then referred it to a committee.
There were some who scoffed then and said nothing would
ever be heard of the doormat again, but they reckoned without
Invictus Millstone.
Invictus Millstone, chairman of the doormat committee,
was a man of actionlithe and lean and keen and, naturally, a
smoker of Marlboro Cigarettes. Why do I say naturally?
Because, dear friends, active men and women dont have time
to brood and bumble about their cigarettes. They need to be
certain. They must have perfect confidence that each time they
light up they will get the same gratifying flavor, the same
Selectrate filter, the same soft soft-pack, the same flip top
flip-top box. In brief, dear friends, they need to lie sure its
Marlborofor if ever a smoke was true and trusty, its Marlboro,
(let some soon. Get matches too, because true and trusty
though Marlboros are, your pleasure will be somewhat limited
unless you light them.
Well sir, Invictus Millstone chaired his doormat committee
with such vigor and dispatch that when the Student Council
met only one week later, he was able to rise and deliver the
following recommendations:
1. That the college build new schools of botany, hydraulic
engineering, tropical medicine, Indo-Germanic languages, and
2. That the college drop football, put a roof on the stadium,
and turn it into a low-cost housing project for married students.
3. That the college raise faculty salaries by SSOOO i>er year
across the board.
4. That the college secede from the United States.
5. That the question of a doormat for the students union
be referred to a subcommittee.
So let us hear no more defeatist talk alxmt the committee
system. It can be made to work! twu mhuin,. n

l ow dont need a committee to tell you hour good Marlboros
are. low just need yourself, a Marlboro, and a set of taste
buds. Buy some Marlboros soon at your favorite tobacco

be; then give the first one
to Castro, brick by brick,
air mail C.0.D., to build
missile pads with. (When
the island sinks, remove
the bricks and start a new
As a last resort and
Pm ashamed to admit that
I even THOUGHT of this
W. D. Patterson

the prftgnostigatsrs
Right Wrong Pet.
LEBOW 54 35 .607
Gator Sports Editor
WelL it finally happen happened
ed happened fans, Solomon who I
am now convinced uses
Black Magic to aid him
in his picks, has taken the
But going under the as assumption
sumption assumption that good guys
always win, I should ov overtake
ertake overtake George following
this Saturdays games.
Miami 28, Northwestern
14.. Mira and Myers
should fill the air with
Florida State 20, Au Auburn
burn Auburn 14...A1l of the sud sudden
den sudden I like FSU.
Penn. State 28, Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh 17... The Lions will
be looking for a bowl bid.
Notre Dame 17, lowa
14.. I.guess Ive seen too
many Knute Rockne mo movies.
vies. movies.
Minnesota 21, Wiscon Wisconsin
sin Wisconsin 14... This should be the
game of the week. Thats
why it will not be on te television.
levision. television.
Ohio State 28, Michi Michigan
gan Michigan 7...This should be a
rout. It is also the TV
game of the week.
Southern Cal. 16, UCLA
14.. Cal. to fin finish
ish finish their season unbeaten
and untied.
Oklahoma 20, Nebraska
15.. Bud Wilkinson has
rebuilt the Sooners.
Dartmouth 14, Prince Princeton
ton Princeton 13... Dartmouth may
get thrown out of the Ivy
League for winning too
many games.
Tennessee 28, Kentucky
7.. The wildcats will col collapse
lapse collapse after the first half.

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Now that Florida State
has been brushed aside
for another year, its up
to me to finish my op opponent,
ponent, opponent, Mr. Lebow, with
another chzzling display
of football knowledge.
Lebow reminds me of the
Dodgers. He leads the
whole season and blows
it in the end.
Miami 21, Northwestern
7.. going to the Oran Orange
ge Orange Bowl in person this
week to see if George Mi Mira
ra Mira is real.
Auburn 14, Florida Sta State
te State 7...Lets get Florida
State a bid to the Ha Havana
vana Havana Bowl.
Penn. State 27, Pitt.
13.. Pitts players are
rebelling against the co coach,
ach, coach, and will be too dis disorganized
organized disorganized to win.
lowa 26, Notre Dame
14.. Good offensive bat battle.
tle. battle.
Wisconsin 19, Minnesota
13.. Good chance for an
upset here, but Ill let
Jared go out on the limb.
Southern Cal. 27, UCLA 6
...The only thing better
than Southern Cal California
ifornia California doesnt play foot football.
ball. football.
Oklahoma 21, Nebraska
8.. 500.ers to the Orange
Ohio State 27, Michi Michigan
gan Michigan 7... Bucks coming
Dartmouth 17, Prince Princeton
ton Princeton 7...Dartmouth the best
in the Ivy League.
Tennessee 14, Kentucky 8
... Kentucky just doesnt
have any depth.

Freshman Rally Short,
Varsity Cagers Win, 85-69

A fired-up Florida fresh
man team with a never neversay
say- neversay die complex kept
some 4,000 cheering bas basketball
ketball basketball fans roaring all
evening last night as the
varsity team had to pull
a 85-69 victory out of
the fire in the third an annual
nual annual Dollars for Scholars
game in the Florida gym.
The freshmen, led by
sharpshooting Apopka
guard Dan Goolsby, fell
behind the varsity by as
much as 17 points early
in the final half before
rallying to knot the score
at 65-all with about five
minutes left in the game.
At this point however the
varsity, realizing that the
Frosh, meant business, put
on a last-minute blitz to
pull away from Coach
Jim Me Cachrens Baby
Soccer Team
Plays Today
The Soccer Clubs next
game will be against
Jacksonville University
this coming Tuesday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon at 4:00 p.m. The
game will be played at
Fleming Field.
The Gator Booters
played this club three
times last season and de defeated
feated defeated them all three
times. Coach Moore said
they (JU) usually have
a running club. They like
to run as compared to
our attack of finesse
we make the ball do the
work,, they (JU) do the
work themselves.
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Tuesday, November 20, 1962 The Florida Alligator

After Taylor Stokes*
two free throws put the
varsity back in the lead
65-63, Goolsby agaiiv
came back with another
two-pointer, knotting the
score at 65-65 with 4:50
remaining. Here, how however,
ever, however, the blitz ended.
Center Mont Highly put
the varsity ahead to stay
Following Highlys tie tiebreaking
breaking tiebreaking score, the var varsity,
sity, varsity, paced by Baxley,
rolled on to make the
game a runaway in the
final minutes of play .The
final score of 85-69 be belies
lies belies the closeness of the

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Hendersen, 25-year old
sophomore transfer from
NYU, bombarded the nets
for a game high of 23
points. Baxley added 18
for the varsity, Tomlin Tomlinson
son Tomlinson scored 10 and Barbee
had nine. Barbee led both
teams in rebounds with
For the defeated but
still proud freshmen,
Goolsby led all scorers
with 21 points. Edd Poore,
12, Bruce Moore, 11, Gary
Keller, 8, and Richard
Peek, 8, followed
Goolsby. The varsity hit
on 43.9 per cent of their
floor shots, compared to
the freshmens 35.4 per percentage,
centage, percentage,

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The Florida Alligator Tuesday, November 20, 1962

Dupree On Spree Leads SEC

Larry Dupree of
Florida continues to lead
the SEC in rushing with
533 yards while Billy Lo Lothridge
thridge Lothridge is second with 402
and George Ganale
of Tennessee is third with
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Namath remains on top
in passing, completing 72
of 135 for 11 touchdowns.
Rakestraw has completed
66 of 145 tries for 1,025
yards. Jerry Woolum of
Kentucky is third, hitting
on 73 of 138 tries for 939
Clem Dellenger of Tu Tulane
lane Tulane leads in pass re receiving
ceiving receiving with 37 catches
for 352 yards. Jeff Star Starling
ling Starling of Vanderbilt has
caught 29 for 342 yards
and Tom Hutchinson of
Kentucky has 28 grabs
for 444 yards.
Canale leads in punting
with 39 kicks averaging
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Clarke of Florida is sec second
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Cuds Claw Gators 21-0
Long Plays Kill UF Frosh

Gator Sports Writer
Floridas highly touted
freshmen football team
came face to face with
a den of mad Tiger Cubs
Monday and in less than
15 minutes, the 1,002 fans
at Florida Field saw the
Baby Gators clawed for
three touchdowns and a
21-0 loss to Auburn.
All the scoring came
in the second quarter on
a 35 yard pass play, an
86 yard punt return, a
61 yard pass play and
three place kicks.
Auburn quarterback Joe
Campbell completed 3 of
6 passes for 109 yards and
two TDs to lead the Ti Tiger
ger Tiger Cubs offense. Pass Passing
ing Passing for the UF was di divided
vided divided among three quar quarterbacks.
terbacks. quarterbacks. Bruce Bennett
passed for 53 yards, Way Wayne
ne Wayne McDaniel hit for 75
and Jack White threw for
45 yards.
The big play of the game
came on a 4-13 punt by
Gator Hal Seymour to

Gerald Gross. Standing
on his 14 Gross took the
punt and with some pre precision
cision precision blocking raced
through the UF defense
for 86 yards and an Au Auburn
burn Auburn TD.
Quite contrary to the
score the game statistics
were close and in most
some in favor of the Ga Gators.
tors. Gators. Florida gained 57
yards on the turf and 173
through the airways for
a total of 230 yards. Au Auburn
burn Auburn rolled up 278 yards
against the Baby Gators.
The big differences were
two lost funbles, two Au Auburn
burn Auburn interceptions and 63
yards lost rushing.
Gator receivers, how however,
ever, however, had a good day at
the receiving end of pas passes.
ses. passes. Randall Jackson
caught one for 24 yards,
Pete Stroud one for 15,
Marquis Baezler caught
three for 52 yards and Pa Paul
ul Paul Ewaldson caught one
for 22 Seymour high highlighted
lighted highlighted the Baby Gators
play with a pass recep reception
tion reception good for 60 yards,

however the Auburn de defense
fense defense held and Seymour
had to punt from the
Auburn 40, fifteen yards
behind the original line
of scrimmage.
Despite the Gators rush rushing
ing rushing and passing the UF
succeeded only once in
moving the ball inside the
Tigers 30 yard line.
Mondays game wrapped
up the 1962 season for
the UF Frosh and left
them with a 1-2 record
for the campaign.
Scoring: (all 2nd Quar Quarter)
ter) Quarter)
Fla. Aub.
Campbel to
Lewis pass
35 yards
(14:08) 0 6
Lewis kick 0 7
Gross punt
return 86
yards (5:18) 0 13
Lewis kick 0 14
Campbell to
Cody pass
61 yards (1:15) 0 20
Lewis kick 0 21
Vandy Wins First
Tech Shocks Tide
The Long Famine finally
came to an end Saturday
in Nashville, when Van Vanderbilt
derbilt Vanderbilt s struggling Com
modores upended fellow
cellar dweller Tulane
20-0 to snap a 16 game
loss skein that had stret stretched
ched stretched over two seasons of
Though the Vandy win
was a highlight of the
weekend, the most in interest
terest interest was focused on the
outcome of the Alabama-
Georgia Tech tussle at
Grant Field.
The fired-up Engineers,
up for Bama after being
tied the week before by
a spunky FSUteam, shook
up the SEC standings by
nipping Bear Bryants
Tuscaloosa Terrors 7-6.
Tech spurted ahead 7-0,
then fought off several
determined last-half ral rallies
lies rallies to score the close
triumph and all but hand
the SEC crown to Missis-
Bryant, always a gamb gambler,
ler, gambler, went for broke on a
two-point conversion play
that would have meant a
win success for Bama if
fullback Mike McNames
stopped Tide Quarterback
Jack Hurlbut only inches
short of the goal line and
the Techmen clinched one
of the biggest upsets of
the year. The Tech win
snapped Alabamas 18-
game winning streak.