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Wauburg Plot For Sale

Gator Managing Editor
A 72-acre section at
the south end of Lake
Wauburg, playground for
thousands of UF students
each year, has gone on the
selling block.
Proceeds from theUFs
Dec. 17 sale of the lake lakeside
side lakeside property bordering
ward a down payment on
the Gainesville Golf and
Country Club, which the
UF agreed to' purchase
last July for $550,000.
Upper division physical
education students now
use the property for water
skiing instruction.
Situated adjacent to the
72-acre site is 13-acre
Camp Wauburg, also own owned
ed owned by the UF and includ including
ing including student facilities for
boating, picknicking,
swimming and volleyball.
Sealed bids on the pro property
perty property for sale will be
opened at 10 a.m., Dec.
17, by the UF Athletic As Association.
sociation. Association.
Weve mailed out a good
many notices, and we ex expect
pect expect to get of offers,*
fers,* offers,* Athletic Associa Association

Grid Spbol
Still Missing
The 100-year-old Maka Makala
la Makala Trophy, traditionally
awarded the winner of the
UF-FSU game, was still
reported missing last ni night.
ght. night.
The trophy was taken
from the Delta Phi Ep Epsilon
silon Epsilon sorority house the
night of the FSU game.
The carved stone tro trophy
phy trophy is valued at more than
SSO, which would consti constitute
tute constitute a felony charge, Miss
Cohen said.

Board Profs Huddle
To Discuss r Freedom l

A State Board of Con Control
trol Control subcommittee met at
Tallahassee Tuesday
striving to reach an ag agreement
reement agreement on academic
Its been a most con constructive
structive constructive meeting,
Frank M. Buchanan of
Miami, vice chairman of
the board and chairman of
the academic freedom
committee, said after
the closed meeting.
Tremendous progress
has been made to point
where we feel certain
within the committee that
a final document will be
presented at the Dec. 7
board meeting,* he said.
Besides formulating

tion Association General Manager
Percy Beard said. We
have no idea how much
well get for the property,
though, he added.
Recent advertisements
in state newspapers have
asked for bids on the pro property,
perty, property, which includes 48
cleared, high and dry
land acres and 24 acres
under water.
According to the ad advertisements,
vertisements, advertisements, the pro property

The Florida

Vol 055 No. 47 University of Florida, Gainesville Thursday, November 29, 1962 8 Pages This Edition

UF Honor Court Justices
Invalidate Revisions Vote

Gator Staff Writer
Honor Court justices last
night invalidated by a 10-
3 vote the early November
student body constitu constitutional
tional constitutional revisions election.
After deliberating for
about 30 minutes, justices
ruled the Nov. 1-3 elec election
tion election was inconsistent
with the traditional notion
of a properly conducted
Last nights session
followed in the wake of
a recent meeting of the
Student Government
Election Board, which
ruled the spirit of the
law was violated by
election officials who

standards for academic
freedom, Buchanan said
the committee is trying
to clear up misunder misunderstandings
standings misunderstandings and misconcep misconceptions
tions misconceptions which have plagued
some board directives.
The academic freedom
controversy stems from a
recent board directive
dealing with communism,
obscenity in teaching ma materials
terials materials and sexual devi deviation
ation deviation on state university
A board committee met
with four professors re representing
presenting representing the states
four operating universi universities
ties universities at the UF Nov. 16
and 17 in an effort to clear
up the academic freedom

perty property would be ideal for
subdividing because of
the sites natural terrain,
live oaks and palm trees.
Improvements on the site
include a dock extending
into the lake, a boat shed,
(See picture page three)
frame house and a deep
well with an electric
Don Denson, head of
Student Governments

took ballot boxes to fra fraternity
ternity fraternity houses during the
Under student body
constitutional law,
\ MB T
..made original protest.
Secretary of the Interior
Joel Sachs must have
another election within
two weeks after the
The protest, filed by
former Tolbert Arfea
Council treasurer Steve
Gladin, was contested
last night by Sachs and
his legal representative,
Legislative Council
member Jim Graham.
According to last nights
court option, there possi possibly
bly possibly was no violation of the
election law but the
procedural irreg irregularity
ularity irregularity of setting up
polling places in
fraternity houses without
previous publicationwas
inconsistent with the tra traditional
ditional traditional notion of a
properly conducted
l am very happy with

Lake Wauburg Committee
to investigate possible
uses of the property, hint hinted
ed hinted yesterday at possible
opposition to the propos proposed
ed proposed sale, but declined to
specify plans.
About all I can say
now, Denson said, is
that if this property is
sold to outside interests,
it may well hurt the
students because Camp
Wauburg wont have

the outcome of the
election, Gladin said.
The constitutional re revisions
visions revisions passed by an
overwhelming 7-1 vote
margin, but just managed
to creep above the 25
per cent required turnout
by 12 votes.
The ballot was immedi immediately
ately immediately protested by Gladin
because election officials
had gone into fraternity
houses to obtain votes.
Under present Student
Body Constitutional Law,
at least 25 per cent of
the UF studentsabout
3,500 personsmust vote
in order to amend the
In a last minute attempt
to obtain the required 25
per cent vote, student
government leaders sent
election officials and
ballot boxes to 10 frater fraternity
nity fraternity houses the last day
of the three-day election,
Nov. 3 where an estimated
200 people voted.
The passage of the re revisions
visions revisions would have:
1) Changed election dates
in the fall and spring.
2) Created a fulltime
Legislative Council for
the summer trimester.
3) Raised four student
government posts to full
cabinet status.
4) Established a de definite
finite definite period of swearing
in for the elected stu student
dent student government posts.
5) Made it possible
for student editors to be
removed from office
without Legislative
Council approval.

enough room to expand.
If a subdivision is
built, it would mean a lot
of boats on the lake, he
added, and this in increased
creased increased traffic would de decrease
crease decrease the benefits of
Camp Wauburg.
Denson said he expected
further news from stu student
dent student government off icials
within the next day or

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...hears protest pleas.
Traffic Court
Issues Ruling
A recently passed UF
traffic court directive
may give motorists a
chance to escape legal
traffic jams.
Students parking cars,
the rule states, in un unauthorized
authorized unauthorized campus areas
due to engine failure or
running out of gas may
leave a note explaining the
cause attached to *the
The note, however, will
not exempt the car from
being ticketed, but the no note
te note will give students the
right to appeal.
Officers awarding the
tickets will bring the note
to the traffic court in ca case
se case of appeal.
The note rule was
handed down in an ad administrative
ministrative administrative directive by
Chief Justice Feins
tein Tuesday night.

The Flaida Alligator Thursday, November 29, 1962

Page 2

Mail To 'Zip In Aain,
Hail, Sleet or Snow

-Postmaster General
J. Edward Day announc announced
ed announced plans Wednesday to
trim up to 24 hours from
the delivery time of out outof-town
of-town outof-town mail, beginning
July 1.
Speedier delivery will
be made possible by a
zone improvement plan
code called Zip, desig designed
ned designed for use by the nations
large volume mailers.

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Paul Saeger (8.5.E.E., 1957) just received another pro- In 1961, he joined the Transmission Engineering
motion in Southern Bell s Nashville District. He was named in the Tennessee Area Office and designed carrier Tt
Account Manager in the Marketing Department. Hell switchboards and special service circuitry S srms
mainly be concerned with Data Processing. Paul Saeger and other young engineers like him in R II
On Earlier assignments, Paul engineered outside plant Telephone Companies throughout the countn |,H.> 1
additions for the Nashville District and set up the funda- the finest communications service in the world h, th 1
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Tney originate 75 per cent
of U.S. first class mail.
The Zip code is tailor tailored
ed tailored for use in electronic
data processing equip equipment
ment equipment capable of handling
mail addressing and pro processing
cessing processing at great speed.
Large volume mailers al also
so also can use their own punch
card equipment to pre presort
sort presort out-going first class
mail, more extensively
than at present.
The code will speed
mail handling by hand in
post offices-and will eli eliminate
minate eliminate much of it when
other equipment is per perfected.
fected. perfected.
He said with Zip cod coding
ing coding any clerk will be able
to sort non-local rnaiT
merely by looking at the
numbers. He can direct directly
ly directly and easily dispatch a
coded piece of mail to any

sectional center for which
local distribution is
Heres how the system
will work:
-The first digit, from
zero to nine, indicates one
of the 10 geographic are areas.
as. areas.
-The second digit indi indicates
cates indicates a state or two, or
part of a state.
-The third digit denotes
a major destination point
within the state, such as
a big city post office or
another mail concentra concentration
tion concentration point.
-The last two digits re refer
fer refer to city postal zone
number, a small post of office
fice office or a single office
building that receives
large volumes of mail.

pH neLDSivire
Defense Workers
Strike Lockheed

Union machinists went
on strike Wednesday at
Lockheed aircraft in installations
stallations installations from Cape
Canaveral to Hawaii
slowing down a substan substantial
tial substantial part of the nations
defense and space pro production.
duction. production. The government
U.S. Sign Treaty
-The Luxembourg cham chamber
ber chamber of deputies Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday approved a treaty with
the United States aimed
at establishing closer
relations in the economic
cultural and friendship

invoking the
law to halt the waiu
At least 55,000 w,
could be affectJ rk, (U rs
strike called by the £*
ternational 1
Machinists (lam) '' 01
While the country s main
spaceport at Canaveral
and a factory in Hono Honolulu
lulu Honolulu were involved, the fo focal
cal focal point of the strike was
Califormia, where Lock Lockheed
heed Lockheed has a number of its
biggest installations.
The union called the
strike after a midnight
deadline passed with ne negotiators
gotiators negotiators deadlocked on
a union shop issue.
The Defense Department
said federal officials
were considering use of
Taft Hartley, under
which President Kennedy
could order the walkout
halted for 80 days of
cooling off.
New War Threat
Hangs Over Laos
-The threat of renewed
civil war hung over La Laos
os Laos Wednesday. The shaky
coalition government fac faced
ed faced a posible split pro provoked
voked provoked by the shooting
down of a U.S. govern government
ment government charter plane by
Communists on a flight
to deliver rice to sold soldiers
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Chevrolet convertible,
accessories. Must be
sold before Christmas.
Call 372-6586. (47-2 t-c).
TYPING done on electric
typewriter in my home.
Please phone FR 6-7829
tfter 6 p.m. (45-3 t-c).
FOR SALEUsed guitar
in very good condition.
Free set of new strings.
Phone FR 2-0262 after 5
p.m. (46-2 t-P).
your spare time. We have
several part-time posi positions
tions positions available for the
ri ght men. Must be
aggressive and a self
starter. Income depends
on your ability and how
quickly you learn. For
interview contact: H. W.
Vories, phone 2-8441, ext.
36. (45-st-c).

Means Many
Toilet Rolls
Keeping house at the UF
means administrative
shoppers will order
115,000 toilet rolls each
year among other essen essential
tial essential items.
Also on the shopping
list for UF restroom op operations
erations operations are 9,144 per perfumed
fumed perfumed toilet blocks and
1.251 cans of toilet bowl
cleaner each year.
UF Central Stores Supt.
L. H. Mock also orders
44,000 packages of paper
hand towels, 680 gallons
of liquid soap and 2,300
bars of soap and 8,500
cans of cleanser.
Cleaning floors requires
purchase of 8,500 mops,
1.252 brooms, 4,300 gal gallons
lons gallons of floor cleaner and
5,300 gallons of polishing
Cleaning rags total
22,000 pounds each year,
but only 68 gallons of
furniture wax are used.
Theres not too much
furniture polishing
anymore, Mock said.
Also on the annual pur purchasing
chasing purchasing list are 70,000
light bulbs and a million
paper cups for drinking
Professors, according
to Mock, use about 25,000
sticks of chalk each year
and wear out 940 erasers.
Mock said 8,500 pounds
of nails are used in addi addition
tion addition to between 10-15,000
We have everything
in central stores that an
old-fashioned general
store used tohave,Mock
said. You know, every everything
thing everything the farmer needs to
keep the farm running,
he added.
According to Mock,
supplies are brought
from Central Stores by
individual departments.
No money is ex exchanged,
changed, exchanged, he said, and
its all done by paperwork
and subtractingfrom
individual budgets.
Central Stores stocks
hardware, plumbing,
electrical, janitorial,
building and refrigeration
Navy Film
A U.S. Navy film on
the Blue Angels, pre precision
cision precision flying team, will
be presented in the Hume
Hall recreation room
tonight at 8 p.m.
Following the movie,
Navy representatives will
conduct a discussion on
military obligations and
the way these obligations
may be fulfilled in the
U.S. Navy.

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by the UF Athletic Association. The association will use the money toward
making a down payment on the Gainesville Golf and Country Club.

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Thursday, November 29, 1962 The Florida Alligator

Frat To Offer
Toiletry Packs
Alpha Kappa Psi, pro professional
fessional professional business
fraternity, will distribute
mens toiletries on
campus beginning Friday.
Sample packs may be
picked up at the Student
Service Center (HUB)
from 8:30 a.m. until 4:30
p.m. The samples also
will be distributed in the
Alpha Kappa Psi is dis distributing
tributing distributing the samples in
cooperation with Colgate-
Palmolive Co.
Applications for the Na National
tional National Teacher Examin Examination
ation Examination scheduled for Feb.
16 may be picked up in
Norman Hall, Room 100.

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Page 4

The Florida Alligator Thursday, November 29, 1962

Win or Lose, Salary's The Same

By Howard Stonesifer
Gator Staff Writer
Ray Graves, unlike the
professional sports su superstar,
perstar, superstar, wont bring home
a fatter paycheck thifc
year despite a winning
football season.
Whether I have a
winning or losing season
as head football coach,
Graves said, I still
get paid the same.
Graves, whose Gators
have won six and lost
three games this season
as compared to last
years 4-5-1 record,
differs from sports stars
such as Roger Maris of
the New York Yankees
who may get $50,000 or
more in bonuses and con contracts
tracts contracts after a good sea seadon.
don. seadon.
According to Graves,
he is paid a $17,000 an annual
nual annual salary, part of it
from the UF Athletic As Association
sociation Association for his work as
athletic director and the
rest by the state for
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In addition, Graves has
been employed the past
three years by Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville television station
WJXT to produce 11 post postgame
game postgame shows during the
football season.
The Ray Graves Show
is seen Sundays at 1 p.m.
in Orlando, Jacksonville,
Tampa, Pensacola, Pan Panama
ama Panama City, Fort Myers and
Miami television stat stations.
ions. stations.
Both Graves and WJXT
Pres. Glen Marshall, Jr.
refused to disclose how
much Graves is paid by
the television station.
The program is spon sponsored
sored sponsored by the Copeland
Sausage Co. and Stockton,
Whatley, Davin and Com Company,
pany, Company, which sells insur insurance.
ance. insurance.
While on the air, Graves
has recommended a
homeowners insurance
policy sold by Stockton,
Whatley, Davin and Co,
I endorse a product
such as this one when I
think it is a good one,
Graves said.
Graves said personal
endorsements by coaches
is a common practice. He
cited head coaches Bobby
Dodd at Georgia Tech,
Bear Bryant at Alabama
and Bill Peterson at FSU,
who all endorse products
on television.
l endorse things,

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Graves said, because I
think they are good pro products.
ducts. products. I endorse Coke,
and the boys on the team
drink it. I endorse Cope Copeland,
land, Copeland, ans the team eats
the companys food at the
training table.
l believe Stockton,

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Coop Building Plans
Bog Down In Zoning

Plans for a $1.5 mil million
lion million student cooperative
apartment complex bog bogged
ged bogged down this week in a
Gainesville City Com Commission
mission Commission rezoning rassle.
To by pass objections
City Manager William T.
Green said he plans to
ask the College Housing
Development of Fort Lau Lauderdale

Whatley, Davin and Co.
is a good firm. I have
their homeowners policy
I endorsed, and I own
stock in the company.
Graves said he sugg suggested
ested suggested the idea of the per personal
sonal personal endorsement of the
insurance product t o

derdale Lauderdale developers at
the proposed 400-unit
complex to limit the
number of apartment
units to 230.
Although commissioners
made no promises, they
did indicate in an informal
meeting Monday they
would favor a R-2 zoning
low density multiple
family dwellings for
the 14-acre site between
Lake Meta and NW 21st
The developers orgin orginally
ally orginally requested R-3 zon zoning
ing zoning high density mul multiple
tiple multiple family. dwellings
but commissioners said
too many objections
have been raised against
it. Area residents have
stalled rezoning with pro protests
tests protests of increased traffic
and noise.
The lack of provisions
for paving access streets
was another point of com commission
mission commission debate. The de developers
velopers developers reportedly are
willing to spend SIO,OOO
for the paving, but the city
estimates total cost would
exceed $50,000.
Commissioners said the
city has no authority to

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WJXT Promotion Dir Director
ector Director for Stockton, What Whatley,
ley, Whatley, Davin and Co., John
Dunham, said the per person
son person a 1 recommendation
was a very nice touch
on a commercial selling

assess the developers lor
the extra money since
most of the paving would
not adjoin the apartment
Commissioners are sch scheduled
eduled scheduled to meet again Mon Monday
day Monday for further debate.
Development representa representative
tive representative John E. Merrill said
he was hopeful for a
favorable decision.
If given commission go goahead,
ahead, goahead, Merrill said the
development should be
completed by next April.
The efficiency apart apartments
ments apartments are expected to
sell for $3,250 and the
one-bedroom apartments
for $4,250. The deve developers
lopers developers hope to sell the
unite for cash but will
finance at a six per cent
rate. Non-students may
also purchase the units.
The development will
also include a two-or
three-a ere recreation
area and ample parking
for more than 600 'cars,
Merrill said.
Merrill said coopera cooperative
tive cooperative housing develop developments
ments developments have been tried
successfully in northern

Police Looking
For Burglar
Police continued their
search last night for a
holiday burglar who en entered
tered entered the Kappa Alpha
fraternity house over
Thanksgiving weekend.
Ned Flemming, first
to report the theft, told
police five sweaters, a
clock radio, an electric
shaver and a sport coat
worth a total of SBS were
taken from his room.
KAs returning from
vacation checked their
belongings and found five
sweaters and drawing in instruments
struments instruments missing from
Joe Raulersons room and
$lO in cash missing from
Bill Robesons room.
Flemming said the burg burglar
lar burglar apparently entered the
house by walking on the
roof and cutting a window

High School Help Arriving

Todays high school stu student,
dent, student, bewildered by ques questions
tions questions and pressures com compounded
pounded compounded by the Space Age,
may slump in his studies
out of sheer confusion,
UF reports show. At
stake is his future as a
college student, or as a
skilled worker. Who
UF educator Robert O.
Stripling says help in
many high schools comes
from the already over overburdened
burdened overburdened but understand understanding
ing understanding teacher if there is
time to notice and guide
the student.
The biggest help, he
believes, will come from
a growing crop of specia specially
lly specially trained high school
counselors whose spe specific
cific specific job is to spot the
problem in high school
youngsters, guide those
who are not performing
to the best of their abil ability
ity ability in time to qualify
for their college edu education
cation education and counsel
those who can never go
to college to seek vo vocational
cational vocational paths.
Stripling directs a Gui Guidance
dance Guidance and Counseling
Training Institute begun
at the UFs College of
Education three years ago
which has already pro produced
duced produced 60 such high school
guidance counselors and
is training another 30 this
One of the first to be
established under a grant
from the U. S. Office
of Education, the UF In Institute
stitute Institute is among 20 in the
The counselor-trainees
are qualified high school
teachers from Florida
and other parts of the nat nation,
ion, nation, and many have re returned
turned returned to Florida schools.
Stripling says although
the nation has 15,000

.. .methods are Florida teachers, Boyd Ayers, left, of
Miami, and Paul Hansen of Dunden, who are
pating in the year-long counseling and guidance insti institute
tute institute on the UF campus.

counselors, twice as
many more are needed.
According to Stripling,
a primary aim of coun counseling
seling counseling is to make sure
the high school student
is guided into a satis satisfying
fying satisfying life by helping his to
see what channels best
utilize his abilities, and
thus to help him make his
maximum contribution to
Among todays high
school Students, about
one-third of the top 20
per cent in ability are
under achieving to the
point that it is unlikely
they will be able to get
into college, Stripling
We need to identify
the social and political
forces that influence the
lives of our secondary
school youth; to help the
gifted find his place; the
average student to ach achieve
ieve achieve fulfillment; and the
student without motivat motivation
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Stripling also said it
is also the counselors
job to help those who
qualify but cant afford
college to find the sch scholarships
olarships scholarships and other finan financial
cial financial aids to make higher
education possible*
Course work for insti institute
tute institute participants is credi credited
ted credited toward advanced de degrees
grees degrees in addition to being
applied toward certifica certification
tion certification as secondary school
The 30 participants this
year were selected from
an initial 300 applicants,
and receive $75 a week
plus sls additional for
each dependent, and the
cost of their tuition. The
money comes from a
grant of $130,000 from
the U. S. Office of Ed Education,
ucation, Education, plus $77,000 for
the institutes adminis administrative
trative administrative expenses. The
funds are provided under
the National Defense Edu Education
cation Education Act of 1958.

hursday, November 29, 1962 The Florida Alligator

Seminoles Arrive
At UF On Dec. 16

The Fall 1962 edition
of the Seminole, UF year yearbook,
book, yearbook, probably will arrive
on campus Tuesday, Dec.
18, according to Seminole
editor Bill Dowling.
The books will be dis distributed
tributed distributed at the ticket
windows on the west side
of the stadium for sev several
eral several days* following
campus arrival, Dowling
said. Distribution hours
will be 1-5 p.m.
The Seminole is the
first college yearbook to
be published in three
complete editions,
according to Dowling, who
is editing the first three
UF students don't go
to school on a yearly
basis anymore so one
book published for the
whole year cannot cover
all the student activities
of that year, Dowling
A three-edition
arrangement will make
the book timely. Every Everything
thing Everything in this first edition
happened this tri trimester,
mester, trimester, he added.
According to Dowling,
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The Seminole will not
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Dowling said. Each
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and bound separately.
We think we have a
good chance for some sort
of national recognition
this year.
According to Dowling,
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Page 6

The Florida Alligator November 29, 1962

l 1 ~V
no apology, please. I
A column on the editorial page of the Florida
State Flambeau has agitated an old sore with the
Florida Legislature.
The column by the president of the FSU Young
Socialists was hit by a state representative on the
floor of the House of Representatives Tuesday.
Rep. Leighton Lee Baker, Republican from Mount
Dora, read a paragraph from the column to the
This did not come from the Communist Mani Manifesto,
festo, Manifesto, he said, but from the student newspaper
at Florida State University.*
The paragraph, written by John Thomas Riggens,
read: As for farms and farm lands, private
landlordism should be abolished and title depend
upon use. Cooperatives should be established for
machinery ownership, and large plantations and the
like should be collectivized and run by society.**
Flambeau editor Ben Sharp told the St. Petersburg
Times, We have a policy that anybody can Submit
a column for the Flambeau if it*s not libelous,
is in good taste, and if it deals in issues and not
personalities. Riggins is president of the Young
Socialists on campus an he submitted the column.
We ran it.**
The Florida Flambeau is no novice to the criticism
of the Florida Legislature. Two years ago the
editorial policy of that paper on, integration was hit
by a state legislator.
We fully support the way in which the Flambeau
has exercised its freedom. The column which Ben
Sharp ran was not supposed to represent the opinion
of the entire student body but rather that of an
element. The circulation of such ideas, though radical
makes a college a place of learning.
Nothing is healthier, Rep. Baker.
no apology, please. II
Since when do we have to apologize for school
The Florida State University Flambeau challenged
our spirit in their front page story reprinted on
our editorial page Tuesday.
What the Flambeau mistakenly took for fear on
our part was simply the realization by the fans
of this university that we can no longer regard our
sister university as Florida State College for Women,
but rather we have come to regard FSU as a Very
able opponent on the gridiron. We believe that the
UF fans did not display a lack of confidence in their
team. We do believe that they displayed the
competitive spirit which has arisen over the past few
Our efforts to increase the enthusiasm of UF fans
for the FSU-UF game were done for the purpose of
heightening the competition and display that the full
weight of the student body is behind our team. We
have urged the students in the past to lend their
full, support to the UF football team. However, this
was the first time in many years that we feel the
Gator fans were 100 per cent behind the team. This
is something that we can feel proud of, not something
for which we must apologize to our opponents.
That certain individuals at FSU should misinterpret
this achievement for lack of confidence or fear on
our part is regretable. We hope to disabuse them
of any such misapprehensions on the football field
next year.

The Florida

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Managing Editor This Edition, David Lawrenc e Jr.
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In Defense of the 'Big Shots

Nov. 27, 1962
In reference to your
recent article on the Big
Shot Section** in the Flor Florida
ida Florida Alligator, I would like
to make the position of
Lyceum Council clear.
In as large a crowd
as, you will agree, attend attended
ed attended the Peter, Paul, and
Mary performance, it

Equalize, Phooey!

It is not my purpose
to take issue with the
thoughts expressed in
Jack Horans Managing
Editors note, but to
elaborate on something
which he failed to
mention coeds who live
off campus.
In his closing para paragraph
graph paragraph he said UF does
not need to liberalize
their policies but equal equalize
ize equalize them. In the case of
girls off- campus the
policies need to be
changed if not liberal liberalized.
ized. liberalized.
According to present
rules,fat hers cannot
enter the homes of UF
coeds off campus, much
less their dates.
To me this is absurdl
Girls who choose to
live off campus must be
responsible for I)Find I)Finding
ing I)Finding compatabile people to
live with. 2) Finding a
place to live. 3) Furnish Furnishing,
ing, Furnishing, maintaining and'pay and'paying
ing and'paying the rent for this
dwelling once it is found.
4) Taking care of any
plumbing problems,
leaking roofs or angry
landlords which arise.
Furthermore, many
girls choose to do their
own cooking, washing,
cleaning and lawn main maintenance
tenance maintenance and other house household
hold household chores.

should be clear that 8,000
students can not be
ushered individually to
their seats.
However, at every exit
a male usher and a female
usher were stationed,
their purpose being to
check tickets. These

Any coed who is willing
to take on these problems
is evidencing a sense of
responsibility and should
be granted an equal
degree of independence.
A failure to live up to
these responsibilities
would reflect and fall back
only on herself.
Another aspect of this
problem is the lack of
an effective means of en enforcing
forcing enforcing these inadequate
rules. Realistically,many
coeds ignore or disobey
them but only a very min minimal
imal minimal number are unfor unfortunate
tunate unfortunate enough to be caught
and disciplined.
The Only way, to my
knowledge, a coed may
be caught* is if a com complaint
plaint complaint is registered
against her and the com complainer
plainer complainer is insistent
enough to call an off
campus housing official
or the Dean of Womens
office. In such a case the
customer is always right
and discipline usually re results.
sults. results.
This not only makes
the disciplined person
feel that an injustice has
been done to her but
makes the rules look
ridiculous in the eyes of
other coeds off-campus.
Certainly some more
effective, just system
could be evolved.
WOC (A woman off offcampus)
campus) offcampus)

people necessarily must
have seats held for them
while they work.
The members of Lyceum
Council also have numer numerous
ous numerous jobs to do before the
production such as selling
tickets, directing the ush ushers,
ers, ushers, staging arrange arrangements,
ments, arrangements, and any other last
minute arrangements
with the performers
Student Government of officials
ficials officials were allowed a
very restricted number of
reserved seats by special
request due to the fact
that they were hosts to the
FSU Student Government.
Much hard work is
necessary to bring enter entertainment
tainment entertainment to the Florida
campus. Other than per personal
sonal personal satisfaction this
privilege you deride is
one of the few enjoyed.
Confusion was created in
this section, admittedly,
and in the future a new
system will be worked
out for holding this small
In closing, I add that
we are very sorry that
the holding of five rows
in a gymnasium of 8,000
seats for people doing a
designated job should dis distress
tress distress you to such an irate
President of Lyceum
The Alligator welcomes
letters from students,
faculty, staff and inter inter'
' inter' ested bystanders. Please
sign all letters. Names
will be withheld upon
request. Letters which
are reasonably brief and
to the point will receive
first consideration. We
reserve the right to
edit all letters.

lot Rodders
lavet Lives
Speeding motorists are
jndangering the lives of
'OO Flavet area children,
iccording to Charles Co Coeman,
eman, Coeman, father of two and
>art time Flavet 111 po poiceman.
iceman. poiceman.
About 90 per cent of
;he speeders are notFla notFlayet
yet notFlayet residents, Coleman
said. The speeders, he
said, are commuters,
iormitory, and fraternity
house residents.
Most of the speeders
cannot accustom themse themselves
lves themselves to the switch from
the 20 mile per hour
campus speed limit to the
ten mile F lavet speed
limit, Coleman said.
Flavet 111 Saftey Chair Chairman
man Chairman Ron 'Zimmerman
said he was highly dis disgusted
gusted disgusted 1 with the speed speeding
ing speeding motorists.

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the second year, the
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senior who has collected
an outstanding personal
library. Established in
1962, the annual award
is sponsored by The-
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the Saturday Review,
UF Planning
Music Session
The 13th consecutive in inservice
service inservice Clinic-Credit
Conference courses for
state music teachers will
open in Daytona Beach
Jan. 11 and 12 in connec connection
tion connection with the annual state
music convention of the
Florida Music Educators
UF Department of Mu Music
sic Music head Reid Poole is
directing the clinic, which
offers additional training
and experience for in inservice
service inservice music teachers.
Teachers will complete
the work begun at tHe cli clinic
nic clinic sessions in Daytona
during on campus ses sessions
sions sessions to be fteld at the UF
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To be eligible for the
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semester credits can be
used toward renewing
teaching certification,
participants must be ac actively
tively actively engaged in teach teaching
ing teaching music in Florida

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Research here may create rubber for the Arctic or
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at right, is directing research inflourine compounds
designed to produce a new rubber substance which
will be non-flammable.

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Thursday, November 29, 1962 The Florida Alligator

Winter Season
To Halt Decline

The upcoming winter
tourist season may be the
primary determiner of
end ng the decline in
Florida real estate sales
following the Cuban cri crisis.
sis. crisis.
Dr. Alfred A. Ring,
professor and head of the
UF real estate depart department,
ment, department, believes the market
will take on an optim optimistic
istic optimistic outlook only if the
tourist trade comes back
strong this winter and
PEOPLE ARE con concerned
cerned concerned over coming to
Florida when they con consider
sider consider it a potential bat battleground
tleground, battleground 1 said Ring.
This has caused a de decrease
crease decrease in motel and ho hotel
tel hotel construction which de definitely
finitely definitely hinders the real
estate market.*
Ring said the battle battleground
ground battleground image has also
caused many financial
promoters to postpone
construction in Florida.
The Cuban situation
showed adverse effects on
the stock market, said
Ring. Securities had al already
ready already been on a general
decline since May. But
the crisis accentuated the
decline, especially in the
real estate field.
Ring said the national
average drop in securi securities
ties securities since May was 25 per
cent with real estate
dropping in excess of 40
per cent. After the cri crisis
sis crisis some Florida real es estate
tate estate securities dropped 60
per cent.

RING SAID factors other
than Cuba should be con considered
sidered considered in the real estate
decline. The recent en enciphalitis
ciphalitis enciphalitis epidemics and
red tide problems have
yielded some bad publi publicity
city publicity on Florida he add added.
ed. added.
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Page 8

UFs Jack Green Named
Vanderbilt Head Coach

By Robert Green
Assistant Sports Editor
Jack Green, UF assist assistant
ant assistant football coach, will
become the new head foot football
ball football coach at Vanderbilt
University replacing Art
Guepe, it was announced
The announcement was
made as the Gators pre prepared
pared prepared to end their season
against Miami Saturday
and Vanderbilt worked out
prior to their season
finale with Tennessee in
Green went to Nashville
last Saturday to meet with
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The Florida Alligator Thursday, November 29, 1962

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JACK GREEN .. named new Vanderbilt coach.

Vanderbilt officials who
have been looking for a
new coach since Guepe,
who was coach from 1953
on, resigned in mid-seas mid-season.
on. mid-season.
Green, who is assistant
to the athletic director as
well as a defensive coach,
will stay on through the
Miami game.before
assuming his duties as
Vanderbilt Coach on Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday.
Should the Gators get
a bowl bid, he will return
to help in preparations
for that game.
Green joined the Gator
staff in 1960 after serving
as line coach at Tulane
from 1954 to 1959. He was
an All-American player

Cross Country
Season Ends

The UF Cross-Coun Cross-Country
try Cross-Country teams close out their
seasons this weekend.
The varsity, which beat
FSU here, winds up the
season in Tallahassee.
The freshmen will run
against FSUs frosh and

at West Point in 1944 and
1945 and joined the
coaching staff there
before going to Tulane.
He is married and has
three children.
Coach Ray Graves made
the following statement
I am very happy for
Jack and would like to
congratualte him and
Vanderbilt as well for
hiring him. He has meant
a lot to me and my staff,
and I know Pm losing
a fine coach and a top
This is a real oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity for Jack that I know
he could not pass up. I
know he will give Vander Vanderbilt
bilt Vanderbilt a fine atheletic
program, Graves said.

then continue to Pensa Pensacola
cola Pensacola for a Southeastern
meet against other frosh
and junior college teams.
Their roughest competi competition
tion competition is expected from
Pensacola JC which took
fifth in the nation this
Coach Welch expects
Richard Kneeland to take
the individual honors this
weekend. The varsity
finished one point behind
Tennessee for a sixth
place conference ranking
last week in Atlanta.

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21 ...Texas Chri5tian..............20
7 ...Florida State.. 6
3.. State... 17
26 Maryland 2 b
21........ Air Force 3
25 Kentucky 17
3.. Alabama ...36
7.. ... .Northwestern ...29
Dec. 1. Florida
Texas Christian. 51,251
Florida 5tate...............1*3,962
Maryland 1*9,381
Kentucky. 1*3,611*
Fire Home Games. 196221*8,51*9
Five Home Games 1961202,166
6.. ... .Games Won 3
136 Points 166
19.. .'.Touchdowns 21
0.. Extra Point Runs Tried.. 1
0.. Extra Point Runs Made........... o
2.. Extra Point Passes Tried........ 7
0.. Extra Point Passes Made......... 1*
17.. Extra Point Kicks Tried 13
ls>Zfc£ra Point Kinks Mads 11
6.. Field Opals Triad 10
3. .Field Goals Made 7
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63 Rushing 7U
81 Passing.... 63
9 Penalties..... 8
331 Attempts US
liiUO... Gain5...*..... 16U*
159 Losses 21*3
1281 Net Yds Gained 1371
11*2.3 Avg. Ids. Per Game.... 152.3
3.87.. .Avg. Yds. Per Plmy. ... 3.1*1
39 Lone Run

Cagers Play in Jax
Varsity Rolls, 85-70

The UF varsity cagers
made it two in a row ov over
er over the Baby Gators with
a 85-70 victory in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville on Tuesday ni night.
ght. night.
A crowd of 1,200 avid
basketball fans filled Bis Bishop
hop Bishop Kenny High School
gym to kick off the dri drive
ve drive for ticket sales to the
Gator Bowl basketball to tournament
urnament tournament and see the 19-
62-63 edition of the UF
Gators cage squad.
The freshmen paced by
a team effort with four
men hitting double figures
led the varsity at the
half 38-35, but the var varsity
sity varsity experience proved
too much for the Baby
Brooks Henderson top topped
ped topped the scoring with a 22
point production. Tay Taylor
lor Taylor Stokes shot for 20,
and Tom Baxley pushed 16
through the rim for the
Leading the frosh scor scoring,
ing, scoring, Bruce Moore shot for
19; Richard Peek hit for
15; Gary Keller 14, and
Edd Poore, 12.
In the first encounter
at Gainesville the varsity
handed the frosh an 85-

565 Number of Plqya 556
2736 .Yards Gained.......... 261*5
30U.2 Avg. Per Gams 293.9
1*.85 Avg. Per t1ay......... 1*.67
9 Rushing i;
10 ..Passing. 5
0..,., Kldkoff Return 1
37 Times Funted...... 36
1178.. Yards Punted 11*65
31.7.. ....Avg. Yds. Per *unt..... 1*0,6
60 Long Punt.... 57
18.. Number Returned...... 1C
191 ..Yards Returned....... 132
10.6.. ......Avg. Yds Returned.... 13.2
61.. Long Runback 3C
33 Number of Returns...... 28
525 Yards Returned 582
15.9 Avg. Ids. Returned 20.7
75.....L0ng Return 98
23.. Number of Fumbles...... 2b
17 Fumbles Lost If
I*B......Number of Penalties.... 38
- 50li .Yards fenalised 31b
31. first 16
27 THIRD 36
: I*o FOURTH 53

69 loss after the fresh freshman
man freshman overcame a 17 point
deficit midway in the se second
cond second half.
The Gators will open
their regular season at
Miami Beach against
Miamis Hurricanes Fri Friday.
day. Friday.
Gators Meet
Rice in GB
The Gator basketball te team
am team face Rice and Geor Georgia
gia Georgia Tech will meet Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia Tech in the open opening
ing opening round of the Gator
Bowl Basketball Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament on Dec. 27 in the
Jacksonville Colliseum in
pairings announced this
The winners will play
each other the next night
for the championship
while the losers have a
consolation game.
The Gators were run runners
ners runners up to Virginia Tech
in last years tournament.
In regular season play,
they beat both Rice and
Georgia Tech.
SG Cancels
Train Trip
The Hurricane Hunter*
train, scheduled to take
UF students Friday to the
Gator-Miami Hurricane
football game, has been
Student government
officials yesterday
decided to cancel the trip
after only about 10
students signed up for the
trip. Students who paid
the $13.90 fare may get
refunds in student
government offices on the
Florida Union third floor.