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Alpha Chi Omega, Judy Shay is seeing double trying
to watch both the Gator basketball and football
teams in Miami tonight and Saturday night.

Socialism Series Irks Solon

UF-FSU NEWS SERVICE
A series of newspaper
columns advocating so socialism
cialism socialism has stirred up le legislative
gislative legislative and student con controversy
troversy controversy at Florida State
University.
State Senate Pres. Wil Wilson
son Wilson Carr away met with
FSU Pres. Gordon Black Blackwell
well Blackwell yesterday to do
something about un-
American articles
which appeared in the
Flambeau.
Carraway referedtoco referedtocolumns

Re-Election Scheduled
For Nixed Revisions

Student Government
officials announced plans
last night to schedule
re-election on the con constitutional
stitutional constitutional revisions the
latter part of next week,
according to Secretary of
Interior Joel Sachs.
The exact date for voting
on the revisions will be
determined Tuesday night
by the Legislative
Council.
All polling times and
places will appear in next
week's Alligator. Sachs
said Student Government
will be putting forth full fullscale
scale fullscale effort to give all
students an opportunity to
vote.
Twenty-five per cent
of the Student Body must
vote in favor of the re revisions
visions revisions to amend the
constitution.

lumns referedtocolumns by John Thomas
Riggins, FSU Young So Socialists
cialists Socialists president from
North Palm Beach, which
recommended govern government
ment government ownership of farms
and condemned President
Kennedy for the naval
blockade of Cuba.
Flambeau Editor Ben
Sharp said that he ex expected
pected expected no action, and
Blackwell is stayingbe stayingbehind
hind stayingbehind us.
Sharp stated that he
plans to continue the ser series
ies series explaining socialism

According to Sachs,
the balloting on these
amendments will be on
the individual points of
the constitutional revisi revisions.
ons. revisions. The amendments will
be broken down article by
article, Sachs said,
because there has been
much discussion on this
point some are in favor
of certain points and
against others. This
type of balloting will give
us a better picture of
voter opinion, Sachs said.
The revisions elections
held in early November
were invalidated by the
Honor Court Justices
Wednesday night, and
according to Student Gov Government
ernment Government constitutional
law, another election had
to be scheduled within the
coming two weeks.

Trickel Sends Envoy

SG Looks to Alums
To Buy Wauburg

See Editorial Page 6
By BEN GARRETT
Gator City Editor
Student Government
representatives will
journey to Miami this
weekend to discuss the
possibility of buying the
7 2-acre section of Lake
Wauburg put up for sale
this week.
A purchasing plan calling
for the Alumni Associ Association
ation Association to buy the Lake
property and student
government to make im improvements
provements improvements and provide
for upkeep will be

despite strong opposition
from campus conser conservatives.
vatives. conservatives.
A student senator tri tried
ed tried to propose in the Stu Student
dent Student Government Senate
that the Flambeau be cen censored,
sored, censored, but was ruled'out
order. The student,
president of the FSU
Young Republicans, then
introduced a resolution to
the special reapportion reapportionment
ment reapportionment Legislature that the
articles be discontinued.
The lawmakers refused to
take action.
Sharp said he and other
students met with sever several
al several legislators including
Verle Pope of St. Augus Augustine
tine Augustine and Bernie Parrish of
Titusville to discuss the
situation.
He said they were very
understanding* and
suggested that Sharp pub publish
lish publish an editorial that ex explains
plains explains the Flambeaus po policy
licy policy of both sides of any
question.

Left to Right
The left and the right,
the Young Socialist Lea League
gue League and the Young Amer Americans
icans Americans for Freedom have
applied to the FSU Sen Senate
ate Senate for recognition as
campus organizations.
Their applications were
routinely referred to the
Orgnaization and Fin Finance
ance Finance Committee. There
was no discussion despite
the fact the president of
the socialist group has
come under criticism for
his column in the Flam Flambeau
beau Flambeau on socialism.

Alligator

Gainesville Friday, November 30, 1962

presented to the
Executive Councils Sat Saturday
urday Saturday meeting.
Don Denson, chairman
of Student Governments
Committee Lake Wauburg
Committee to investigate
possible uses of the
property and Budget and
Finance Committee
Chairman Jim Hickland
will present the plan.
Student Body President
Bill Trickel said Student
Government has tried to
purchase the lake, but
found a policy ruling
makes it possible for
them to use their funds
only for improvements
and upkeep.
According to Denson,
Student Government now
has $25,000 to improve
the lake facilities and will
provide $15,000 yearly in
the future for improve improvements
ments improvements and upkeep.
I have talked to indi individuals
viduals individuals such as the
chairman of the mayors
1
r
council, secretary of
legislative affairs along
with other major and
minor leaders who all
feel such a student camp
would be desirable for
an institution the size of
the UF, Trickel said
last night.
Student Government
plans include cabins,

<|>BK Taps 7;
6 A&S, 1 Law

Seven UF seniors six in Arts and Sciences
and one law student were elected to member membership
ship membership in Phi Beta Kappa, oldest scholastic honorary.
Students tapped are Thomas Richard Anthony,
Alfred Ernest Kober, Gerald Theodore Mayer, Jeffry
I. Rubin, Pedro Sanchez, Janet Collins Sleight,
the single coed, and Norman Broad, sole law student.
Newest members which come from the top
10 per cent of the College of Arts And Sciences
will be initiated Dec. 15 in a luncheon meeting
at the student service center.
To be a candidate for Phi Beta Kappa a student
must have a 3.5 average in upper division and a
background in all the areas of general education.
We seldom consider anyone below a 3.5, said
Dr. Robert G. Blake, faculty sponsor and professor
of math. Members are chosen by a faculty mem membership
bership membership committee* of Phi Beta Kappas.
Dr. Blight said emphasis was on a liberal education
including courses in english, history, and languages.

eating facilities, meeting
facilities and increased
recreational facilities.
The present UF recre recreation
ation recreation area at the lake lakeknown
known lakeknown as Camp Wauburg Wauburgis
is Wauburgis limited in its area and
usefulness, Denson said.
Denson said he knows
the Alumni Association is
0 is
funds. He hopes a finan financing
cing financing arrangement can be
worked out.
Many other universities
including Florida State
have a recreation facility
similar to the Student
Government plan for
Wauburg.
Denson said the facility
could be used for leader leadership
ship leadership conferences,
religious retreats, alumni
reunions and organi organizational
zational organizational retreats.
Surprised at the
Athletic Associations
announcement to sell,
Denson said student gov government
ernment government was lead to
believe in a meeting
this summer with the
association that they
would give student gov government
ernment government first crack at
purchasing the lake.
Sealed bids on the
property will be opened
at 10 a.m., Dec. 17, by
the UF Athletic Associ Association,
ation, Association, the owners.



Page 2

The Florida Alligator Friday, November 30, 1962

Bryant Wont Call
Another Session

TALLAHASSEE (UPI)
Gov. Farris Bryant,
headed for Miami and a
weekend meeting with
legislative leaders, said
Thursday he wont call
the lawmakers back for
another try at reappor reapportionment
tionment reapportionment unless hes
convinced something can
be accomplished.
4 And right now I dont
see any possibility of
that, he told an early
morning news conference
just eight hours after the
legislature went home
without finding a solution
to reapportionment.
The legislatures lack
of action apparently threw

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the redistricting contro controversy
versy controversy into the lap of a
federal court. Bryant said
he used all the influence
he could exert, short of
threats of punishment and
or offers of rewards, to
push for a solution, but
all to no avail.
l would do anything
honorable to effect a
solution to this dilema,
he said, but admitted
frankly he doesnt know
what will happen now
except the federal courts
will doubtless take some
action.
He listed five possi possibilities
bilities possibilities that might be open
to the court!

vfy

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JFK To Atteid
Army-Navy Gome
-President Kennedy will
fly by helicopter to the
Army-Navy football game
in Philadelphia Saturday,
it was announced Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday.
The President, accord according
ing according to Press Secretary
Pierre Salinger, will re return
turn return to Washington after
the game by train.
Because the Middies
are host for this years
contest, the President
will sit on the Navy side
of the field during the first
half, then switch to the
Army side for the last
half of the game.
Aussies Fear
Epidemic
MELBOURNE, Austra Australia
lia Australia (UPI) -More than 4,-
000 residents of the cen central
tral central Australian town of
Alice Springs have been
given antityphoid vaccine
in the past two days be because
cause because of fears of an epi epidemic
demic epidemic there.

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Pope Still 111
VATICAN CITY (UPI)
-The Vatican announced
Thursday Pope John XX XXIII
III XXIII is suffering from sto stomach
mach stomach trouble and anemia
and called on the faithful
to pray for his health.
But the Pope felt well
enough Thursday to leave
his bed and watch tele television.
vision. television.
High Vatican sources
indicated the 81-year-old
pontiff, who is normally
robust, may have a gas gastric
tric gastric ulcer.
Only a few hours la later.
ter. later. High sources said,
the pontiff left his bed,
sat up in an armchair and
spent more than three
hours working on church
documents, watching tel television
evision television and talking with
Vatican Secretary of Sta State
te State Amleto Cardinal Cico Cicognani.
gnani. Cicognani.
The sources said the
pontiff watched a televis televised
ed televised concert given for Ecu Ecumenical
menical Ecumenical Council delega delegates
tes delegates in the Basilica of St.
Pauls.

Crash Victims I
Unidentified I
LIMA, Peru (UPI) -The I
government said Thurs- I
day it still has not been I
able to complete identi- 1
fication of the 97 victims 1
of a Varig Airlines
jet transport crash ear earlier
lier earlier this week because
of the mutilated state of
the bodies. Fifteen A Americans
mericans Americans were killed in
the disaster.
The plane was en route
from Rio de Janeiro to
Los Angeles when it cra crashed
shed crashed into a hill outside
Lima as it was coming in
for a landing. The vic victims
tims victims included a 10 -man
Cuban government miss mission
ion mission headed by Cuban Na National
tional National Bank President
Raul Cepero Bonilla.
Most of the bodies
will never be identified,
morgue chief Jorge Glave
said. Many of them were
incinerated.
The government author authorized
ized authorized a Cubana Airlines
transport to. fly here from
Havana to return to the
Cuban capital the bodies
of the delegation mem members.
bers. members.
Soviets Want
German Peace
MOSCOW (UPI) -The
Soviet Union, in moder moderately
ately moderately worded notes to the
United States, Britain and
France, called formally
Thursday for a German
peace settlement. It was
the first such appeal sin since
ce since the Cuban crisis.
The identical notes
asked for normalization
of the situation in West
Berlin but contained
neither a time limit nor
any proposals.
The notes, published by
the official Tass news ag agency,
ency, agency, were in connection
with the trial in West Ber Berlin
lin Berlin of the West German
Association of victims
of the Nazi regime,
which is accused of be being
ing being a Communist-front
orgainization.
Ben Bella Bans
Communist Party
ALGIERS (UPI) -Pre -Premier
mier -Premier Ahmed Ben Bella,
who said recently he hop hoped
ed hoped to model his new Al Algeria
geria Algeria after Fidel Cast Castros
ros Castros Cuba, Thursday ban banned
ned banned the Algerian Com Communist
munist Communist party and its new newspaper
spaper newspaper Hourriya.
This conforms to the
policy laid down in Tri Tripoli
poli Tripoli that there is no pla-
ce for the Algerian Com Communist
munist Communist party in the new
Algeria, Information
Minister Hadj Hamoutold
newsmen ~ in announcing
the ban.



Holiday Dropout Due to Calendar, Not Term

The number of stu students
dents students dropping out of sch school
ool school increased sharply this
week, and Associate Re Registrar
gistrar Registrar R. J. Whitehead
surmised that students
had taken the Thanks-
holidays to talk
lover various problems
iwith their parents.*
This upsurge in drop dropouts

1,173 Call Miami
Home, Next Is Jax

Miami and Dade county
contributed the largest
number of students to the
University of Florida ac according
cording according to the official re records
cords records of the registrar for
the 1960-61 academic
vear
More students 1,173
Mississippi U.
Gets Probation
For Mix Stop
DALLAS (UPI) The
Southern Association of
Colleges and Schools
found the University of
Mississippi guilty yes yesterday
terday yesterday of having bowed to
political interference
during the James Mere Meredith
dith Meredith integration crisis,
but suspended sentence.
The integrated asso association,
ciation, association, which has 388
college and university
members in 11 southern
states, did not strip the
University of Mississippi
of accreditation, as it
could have.
What it did to Ole
Miss and six other
Mississippi State
universities was:
find that Gov. Ross
Barnett was guilty of po political
litical political interference when
he took over as registrar
to keep Meredith from
registering last Sept September.
ember. September.
Accept the assurances
of Barnett and the Board
of Trustees of state in institutions
stitutions institutions of higher learn learning
ing learning that there i s not
interference now.
put the University
under observation and
warn it that resubmission
to political interference,
and legislative punitive
action or riots may bring
quick loss of accredit accreditation.
ation. accreditation.
Loss of accreditation
strips away the value of
a degree from the pun punished
ished punished school and makes
it difficult for undergrad undergraduate
uate undergraduate students to transfer
to accredited schools. It
also means severe loss
of face to the punished
school.

outs dropouts has come after
Christmas in the past,**
Whitehead said. How However,
ever, However, because of calendar
changes under the tri trimester
mester trimester plan, we are ex experiencing
periencing experiencing it now.**
The first academic per period
iod period ends before the
Christmas recess under
the trimester system.

were from Miami than
any other single Florida
city. Jacksonville sent
the second largest num numberl,oov
berl,oov numberl,oov Gainesville
rated third with 756 re residents
sidents residents attending the UF.
Next came Tampa with
616, St. Petersburg with
536, Fort Lauderdale with
419, and Orlando with 412.
Dade county had the lar largest
gest largest representation at the
UF 2,283. Duval county
was second with 1,098 re residents
sidents residents in attendance.
Will Lecture
Med History
The first in a series
of public lectures on
medicines historic and
philosophic heritage will
be given at the J. Hillis
Miller Health Center to today
day today at 5 p.m.
Dr. Lester R. Dragstedt,
renowned research pro professor
fessor professor of surgery, will
give the first talk in the
monthly series,

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According to Whitehead,
the accelerated pace of
the trimester schedule
has not produced any in increase
crease increase in total number
of drop-outs.
According to Section
Four of the Student Re Regulations,
gulations, Regulations, students drop dropping
ping dropping out of school after
the last day for dropping

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courses during any reg regular
ular regular semester (Sept. 21,
this year) will be placed
on probation if they have
not maintained a 2.0
(C-average) for all pre previous
vious previous work at the UF.
An upper division stu student
dent student on probation who
drops out of school before
the sixth week of classes

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versity University Record, violates
his probation.
This provision is also
waived if the student has
maintained a 2.0 average
for all previous work
here.
The greatest number
occurs amoung lower div division
ision division students ,**



Page 4

The Florida Alligator Friday, November 30, 1962

Nostalgia Offered in 'Where The Boys Are

The interesting scenes
are those giving a
panorama of Lauderdale
and a view of the crowds
that usedto(sigh)frequent
said town around Easter.
I thoroughly enjoyed
this flick and am led to
believe that it could be
fun to see for the second,
third or even fourth time.
The movie accompany accompanying
ing accompanying it is not a comedy.
I laughed myself sick
however at Elvis Presley
in Kid Galahad.*
I have never recom recommended
mended recommended a losing movie
as something to go and
see, but Galahad* is
too funny for words.
Flabby singer turned
Boxer, Presley went
through all the actions
of being the great Kid**
with a single knockout
punch.
He fights animals that
DRIVE-IN
THEATER
TONIGHT
MY GEISHA"
Shirley Me Laine
plus
|l Majorie Morningstar
Natalie Wood
"Burning Hills"
Tab Hunter
plus
"Rachel Cade"
Angie Dickenson
also
" Face In The Crowd"
Andy Griffiths

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are just short of being
King Kong and ziphe
knocks em cold.
It is so unbelievable
that 1 felt that I was
watching the Four
Stooges** at their best.
At Ihe other theatre,
still trying to recover
from the shock of indig indignant
nant indignant students refusing to
see the tripe served up
via King of Kings** they
are now offering The
Chapman Report.**
The fact that the
Chapman report opened
in the Drive-ins in Miami
should give one an
indication of its relative
worth.
It seems strange doesnt
it that a theatre
professing a family**
policy on its movies
should have a movie with
a billing announcing that
it*s thoroughly risque.
In point of fact, the
only thing risque or
entertaining about the
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Chapman Report* are
the posters.
The acting is didactic,
unbelievable and gener generally
ally generally terrible. The story
is as sexy as the sex
life of a female toothpick.
After Birdman of
Alcatraz, and the
Manchurian C andidate,
T find it terribly distaste-
Schneider
ful for a theatre to present
two weeks of tripe to
counterbalance the
excellence preceding.
First, King of Kings,
now this.
Before you see The
Chapman Report learn
to make hook rugs, be become

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come become a chiropodist, but
dont bother, its a waste
of time.
Oh, one other note. This
Sunday the State Theatre
will be offering Two
Weeks in Another Town.
This is a must-see if you
have the chance. Kirk
Douglas suddenly
emerges as an actor of
the top rank. Edward G.
Robinson is as great as
ever.
This is a first run
flick about an actor on
his way down. The inter interesting
esting interesting scenes set in Rome
and various bedrooms
make this a doubly special
treat.
For those who are still
confused about Lass
Year at Marienbad*
contact either myself or
the manager of the State
Theatre for information
as to Wha* happened.

Its like ol times at the
State Theatre this
weekend.
Where The Boys Are
brings back the memories
of days gone by and pop popular
ular popular tunes now committed
to the archives.
Although this movie is
not an academy award
winner its kind of good
fun just to relax in
remembrance of days
gone by.
Generally the story is
about Lauderdale and
spring vacation (sigh)
which has now been
replaced by mid midsemesters
semesters midsemesters break at UF.
Anyway, the travesty of
damsels in distress, in
love and hotblooded
American College
students on the prowl.

UF students are hearing
bellswedding bells, that
is according to Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville jewelry merchants.
About 4,000 wedding
bands and 2,000 diamond
engagement rings are
sold to students each
year.
Wedding rings are top
sellers with all Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville jewelers. This is
because we have as many
people of marriageable
age as a town three times
our size, said Nat
Robertson, of Robert Robertsons.
sons. Robertsons.
Christmas and Spring
are the most popular
times for buying rings,
according to Jim Gurtner,
of Gurtners. Engage Engagement
ment Engagement rings, sell best at
Christmas, and matched
plain bands in the
Spring, he said.
Students prefer the
modem, simple styles in
rings. Solitaire engage engagement
ment engagement rings, such as the
star* set rings, are 75
per cent more popular
than the more ornate
styles, said Gordon
Godfrey of Rutherfords.
Mens wedding bands
are getting much more
popular, according to W.
L. Stewart of Duvals.
Diamond wedding bands
are extremely unpopular,
according to all
merchants.
Students usually buy
matched sets of engage engagement
ment engagement and wedding rings.
They hardly ever buy just
engagement rings,
according to the mer merchants.
chants. merchants.



Soys SG Officer

Need More Coed Politicos

There are too few women
in politics, according to
Joan Gilliatt, Student Go Government
vernment Government Secretary of
Womens Affairs.
Though there are 21
members of the pres presidents
idents presidents cabinet, only three
are women, Miss Gilliatt
said.
The three offices include
the secretary of religious
affairs, the head of the
school traditions com committee,
mittee, committee, and Miss
Gilliatts position.
The president of Pan Panhellenic,
hellenic, Panhellenic, the president of
the Women Students As Association,
sociation, Association, and others are
ex-officio members who
may attend should they
wish but they are not re required
quired required to attend or to
make reports of the meet meetings.
ings. meetings.
The Legislative Council
is also predominantly
male, according to Miss
Gilliatt. This may be

COED LIFE

To single out coeds
into a discriminatory
grouping such as senior
standing is ridiculous,
says Gator Managing Edi Editor
tor Editor Jack Horan in his
column on Womens
Rights Wednesday.
His reference was to
the recently voted in
Senior Privileges
to be accorded senior
women students living in
residence halls next tri trimester.
mester. trimester.
His argument is based
on a legal criterion. He
says that women students
aged 21 years and older
should be accorded privi privileges
leges privileges regardless of their
scholastic ranking.
We disagree.
Senior Privileges
will consist of unlimited
12:30 late permissions
and, if necessary, appro approval
val approval from hall counselors
to sign out overnight on
week nights.
Curfews are designed
with many aspects of
college life in mind. The
primary one is study
time. Secondary consid considerations
erations considerations include health,
uniformity and organ organization.
ization. organization. Few will question
the fact that curfews are
necessary.

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partially accounted for by
the fact that there are
more men off campus in
fraternities and apart apartments,
ments, apartments, Miss Gilliatt said.
Another reason for the
large number of men in
the Legislative Council
is that the Flavet repre representatives
sentatives representatives are always
male. Men run all Flavet
politics, according to
Miss Gilliatt.
Even among represen representatives
tatives representatives from various coll colleges
eges colleges and from the fresh freshma
ma freshma n and sophomore
classes to legislative
council more men are
found.
Miss Gilliatt noted that
this heavy representation
of men in Student Govern Government
ment Government may be due to a
lack of willingness on the
part of women to start
at the bottom as an
under-secretary of cam-

By BECKY QUINN
Coed Life Editor

However, Editor Horans
statement is from a legal legalmoral
moral legalmoral point of view. He
implies an oversight in
moral standing. As he
states it, Coeds over 21
who live in dorms and
sorority houses come
under the same reg regulations
ulations regulations that their 17-
year-old classmates d 0...
But we think Mr. Horan
has missed the boat.
The privileges are*
granted to seniors not
because of their age or
moral maturity, but be because
cause because they have reached
the standing of seniors.
They have proven that
they have htcn able to
make their grades, that
they know when and how
to study.
They are, therefore,
to be allowed more free freedom
dom freedom to arrange their own
time.
Does the 21-year-old girl
who enters as a freshman
after working or playing
for three or four years
know more about how to
budget her study time than
the 19 or 20 year old
senior whos proven her herself
self herself in coUege for three
years?
We think not.

paigner and work up to
a lucrative post.
Many women are dis discouraged
couraged discouraged quickly when
they enter polictics, Miss
Gilliatt said, and many
are not adequately enough
informed o n current
issues to properly repre represent
sent represent Student Government
once they enter the field.
Intelligent, hardwork hardworking
ing hardworking girls with the right
attitude are needed in
all areas of Student Gov Government,
ernment, Government, Miss Gilliatt
said. Holding an office
Such as Clerk or Chan Chancellor
cellor Chancellor of Honor Court is
about the only thing a
woman cant do in local
politics.
Miss Gilliatt is pre presently
sently presently compiling statis statistics
tics statistics on the exact percent percentage
age percentage of women in Student
Government which she
will release on their com completion.
pletion. completion.

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All looks quiet on the
Greek front this weekend
as the dreaded days of
finals draw nearer. Most
of the fraternities report
they plan to spend the
weekend studying.
The AGRs will, how however,
ever, however, have a record hop
at the house Saturday
night.
DUs will celebrate
their fifth year on the
UF campus Saturday night
with a Founders Day
formal dinner-dance at
the Brahma Restaurant
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Alpha Chis and Delta
Tau Delta will socialize
together at the Delt House
this evening. Understand
some sort of skit is on
the agenda. Delts like to
give skits at socials....
they really bowled the
Tri-Delts with their last
one.
Saturday night the Chi
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Jacksonville for an
alumni dance. It'will be
a semi-formal event.



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The Florida Alligator Friday, November 30, 1962

alligator
editorials
portable justice
The Honor Court decision Wednesday to invali invalidate
date invalidate the Student Body Constitutional Revision elec election
tion election has set an excellent precedent for future jud judicial
icial judicial decisions. No doubt the most expedient thing
to have done in such a situation would have been
to ignore the irregularities of the election and to
have permitted the revisions to stand. New efforts
to get badly needed revisions passed will be ne necessary.
cessary. necessary.
TIME, EFFORT and expense will be necessary
to get the revisions before the voters again. It
is not an easy task to get student attention on a
subject such as Constitutional Revisions. Few stu students
dents students take the time to inform themselves on the
issues involved in .the revisions. This perhaps
will account for the irregularities that occured dur during
ing during the last election.
Nevertheless, the decision by the Honor Court
upholds the highest principles of fair and impar impartial
tial impartial elections on the campus. The 10 to 3 vote in
favor of invalidating the election reflects no doubt
their concern for fair play.
THE SPECIFIC irregularity referred to by the
justices was the allowing of election officials to
take the ballot boxes to the fraternity houses in
order to obtain a greater number of votes to meet
the 25 percent of the student body vote require requirement.
ment. requirement. If during a presidential election voting booths
could be moved to each individuals residence there
would undoubtedly be a larger number of voters.
If they happened to take the voting booths only to
those houses which favored a certain candidate that
candidate might have a landslide vote in his favor,
but the decision of the electorate would be mean meaningless.
ingless. meaningless. Os course, this hypothetical situation is
ridiculous, nonetheless, it is morely an extreme
illustration of what took place in the last election.
NO MATTER how important or valuable the pro proponents
ponents proponents of these revisions feel the amendments are
by manipulating the voters by such flagrant means
is the worst enemy to their own cause. A more
effective way to get them across would have been
to have had a well planned campaign to inform the
voters.
Proceeding under the premise that our elections
are not intended as mere rubber stamp approval
of the actions of the Student Government, elections
should be held as impartially as possible in order
to determine the opinions of the student voters.
If this is not possible and our elections are to be
no more than farces then there is no reason to
go through the hollow mockery of a meaningless
election.
We suggest that Student Government in the future
make an effort to inform the voter well before
the election date so that a sufficient number of
voters will be able to register an intelligent dec decision
ision decision on the proposed revisions. This would be far
more effective than the undue manipulation of the
voters through irregular voter procedure.
D.H.

Tine Florida
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Will Wauburg Sink in Wake?

A 72acre dream will ON THAT date 72
be sold o n Dec. 17 and acres of property at the
also al3 acre reality. south end of Lake
No 'Love Lost Here
On Trimester
By SANDY SWEITZER
Assistant to the Editor
Classes end. Exams approach. Tensions mount.
The first trimester closes.
The trimester, a unique experience for UF students
and professors, has brought change. With this change
come numerous ideas, attitudes and feelings on the
part of those affected.

Looking for the pro proverbial
verbial proverbial silver lining*, the
Alligator asked students
what they thought was the
BEST feature of the sys system.
tem. system.
RON TILGHMAN, 3AS 3ASThere
There 3ASThere is no best thing!
KAREN STEVENS, 2UC 2UCThere
There 2UCThere is no best thing
but many worst things.
JOHN HUFFORD, lUC lUCYou
You lUCYou get through school
a lot faster if you go
straight through. Eleven
days for Christmas is
bad, so is having all fi finals
nals finals in one week.
JAMES FREEMAN,2UC FREEMAN,2UCThis
This FREEMAN,2UCThis is my first
semester (sic) here. I
havent noticed anything
very different about it.
WAYNE CONNELLY,
lUC- Its not too good
for grades. Its a little
cramped.
SHEP KING, 4BA
It will allow you to grad graduate
uate graduate sooner with a longer
summer vacation.
MICHAEL C. HOLS HOLSWORTH,
WORTH, HOLSWORTH, 3AS I dont
like anything about the
trimester system.
REBECCA WELTY, 2UC
There is no best thing.
CONNIE HARRIS, 3AR 3ARIt
It 3ARIt kfceps the coffee com companies
panies companies in business and
saves you the trouble of
making your bed.
D. STUDSTILL, 3PHY 3PHYIts
Its 3PHYIts all been rather hec hectic
tic hectic for me.
CONNIE WILKINS, 2UC 2UCNot
Not 2UCNot much of anything
I think it needs to be
changed back to the
semester system.
STAN GELMAN, 3AS
I dont like anything

OPINION
about it. t
GRABLE STOUTAMIRE,
3AS I never thought
of it from a positive point
of view. I cant think of
a single thing.
ANNE ADKINS, 2UC 2UCThe
The 2UCThe only good thing is
maybe well get out of
here a little bit earlier.
GRADUATE STUDENT,
7AS The best thing for
me is I go to school 11
months a year. I see no
shortcomings.
PAT HOGAN, 3JM
I dont know but if there
are any advantages, I
havent found them yet.
EMIL SANDA, 7AS
The fact that it allows
a student to get through
quicker. Thats about the
only commendable thing
I can think of.
RICHARD PATER, 7AS 7ASIt
It 7ASIt allows for a long sum summer
mer summer vacation or money
earning period.
WALTER OLSON, 7AS
4 l think it s a good system
but they should start the
trimester later and have
exams after Christmas
holidays.
GUY ANDERSON, 6AS 6ASNon-e
Non-e 6ASNon-e longation of
courses so you know what
happened at the beginning
of a course when you
reach the end. It allows
concentration of work in
one area.
BETTY INGALLIS, 6AS 6ASI
I 6ASI cant think of anything
positive except getting
through quicker.

Wauburg will be sold to
the highest bidder. On
the same day the 13-acre
Camp Wauburg area will
be sold down the river.
The dream a real
student camp not just a
Sunday afternoon play
spot was fifst conceived
by Coach Robert Wood Woodruff
ruff Woodruff when he purchased
the land with Athletic
Association monies in
1955. Since that time the
property has grown in
value. At the same time
the Athletic Association
has been drooling for the
Gainesville Golf and
Country Club. And now
that it has the chance,
it wants to use the Wau Wauburg
burg Wauburg property tt) help buy
the Country Club.
We can have no argu argument
ment argument with their right to
sell the property. It is
theirs. However, they
shoiild realize that pri private
vate private development of the
south end of the lake would
destroy the quiet, recre recreational
ational recreational value of the pres present
ent present Camp Wauburg, and
kill any future expansion.
Open the lake to pri private
vate private interests and it will
very likely become a sea
of non-student skiiers and
motor boats.
WHEN THE SUMMER
GATOR uncovered the
Associations intentions
last August, Student Gov Government
ernment Government formed a
committee to investigate
possibilities of buying the
property from the Asso Association.
ciation. Association.
This committee met with
representatives of the
Association and were
told, according to their
chairman Don Denson,
that they would be given
first crack at the
property. The committee
read that the land was for
sale in the Tampa Tribune
last weekend.
Now the committee has
only one hope and that is
to appeal to the Alumni
Association to bid on the
land. Student Body Pres President
ident President Bill Trickel has
written Alumni Associ Association
ation Association President Homer
Hooks requesting their
aid. They will discuss it
tomprrow in Miami.
#
If they should be able
to save the lake and the
property,Student Govern Government
ment Government plans to develop it
into a full scale camp
where organizations can
hold retreats and week weekends.
ends. weekends.
If not, the students will
be lost in the wake at
Wauburg.
B.C.



I the pr£gnostigatf>rs
Jy\ O
I RIGHT WRONG
LEBOW 60 38
SOLOMON 64 34

I By Jared Lebow
I Gator Sports Editor
I To whom it may con-
I cern, never let George
I get behind you.
For the first seven
I weeks of the season
George tagged along
behind as a rolled up an
impressive prognosti prognostigating
gating prognostigating average. Then
suddenly my picks began
to go awry and George
roared in to the lead.
My failure to pick the
winners the past few
weeks is nothing new. I
have a history of poor
predictions.
I once took an English
course in which the class
read Cervantes. Believe
it or not I picked Don
Quixote to beat the wind windmill.
mill. windmill.
But past failures mean
nothing to me. Once again
I will attempt to regain
my lead by picking:
Florida 28, Miami 14
Sure George Mira is a
great passer. But how can
he pass when hes flat
on his back.
Georgia Tech 21, Geo Georgia
rgia Georgia 14 Rakestraw not
enough to wreck Tech.
Army 14, Navy 13-
Chinese Bandits should
sink Navy.
Alabama 28, Auburn
14- With Bear Bryant as
their head coach the tide
wouldnt dare lose two in
a row.
Notre Dame 27, South Southern
ern Southern Cal. 14 For some
strange reason the Irish
are going to travel to the
game inside a wooden
horse.
Mississippi 27, Miss.
State 7- Battle on the
New Frontier.
Tennessee 14, Vander Vanderbilt
bilt Vanderbilt 7- The loser bowl.
UCLA 27, Utah 7-
Mismatch
TCU 21, SMU 7- Sonny
Gibbs to pass his way out
of college football.
Baylor 20, Rice 14
Just a hunch.

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By .GEORGE SOLOMON
Snorts Correspondent
Its been an excitingfoot excitingfootball
ball excitingfootball season to say the
least, but all good things
have to end.
The highlights of the
1962 season.
Best Game: Floridas
22-3 win over Auburn.
Worst Game: Floridas
28-21 loss to Duke.
My Best Pick: Miami
over Alabama (Alabama
36, Miami 3).
Most Enjoyable Game:
Florida 20, FSU 7.
Biggest Fade of the
Year: Tie between Uni University
versity University of Miami and Jar Jared
ed Jared Lebow.
Loudest Cheerleader:
The leather lung from
Auburn.
Best Selling Book: Se Second
cond Second Half Football By
Andy Gustafson.
Poorest Sports: The
guys who wrote poison poisonpen
pen poisonpen letters against me.
The final predictions:
Florida 27, Miami 14
...Floridas line will open
holes big enough for Du Dupree
pree Dupree to run to Flagler
Street and back three
times.
Georgia Tech 21, Geor Georgia
gia Georgia 10 ... Tech is rolling
now.
Army 19, Navy 13...
Should be a wild battle.
Alabama 20, Auburn 7
...Bears boys will put it
to Auburn.
Southern California 22,
Notre Dame 9...lrish will
fall.
Mississippi 26, Miss.
State 0... Battle of the lib liberals.
erals. liberals.
Tennessee 14, Vand Vanderbilt
erbilt Vanderbilt 10...V01s to win up
front.
U.C.S.A. 22, Utah 8
...Not many games this
week, Jared.
T.C.U. 23, S.M.U. 14
...Offensive battle in the
Southwest.
Rice 14, Baylor 8...
Owls in a close one.
And one for the road:
Basketball Florida 71,
Miami 65. HEY BRUCE
...HEY GUS.

Miami-Florida Winner
Gets Seminole Canoe

One of the nations most
unique gridiron trophies
will be presented to the
winning team at midfield
immediately after the
Miami-Florida rival
football battle Saturday.
The winning coach will
accept the trophy.
The award is the Sem-
UF Cage
Yearbook
The UF athletic depart department
ment department is trying something
different in Basketball
Programs for this sea season.
son. season.
This year the athletic
department has publish published
ed published a basketball yearbook,
which will serve as the
official program for the
entire season.
The new publication will
have stories on all the
players, plus rosters and
previews of the op opponents.
ponents. opponents.
Price of the yearbook
is 504. It will be on
sale at the ticket office
before all home games.
There will be no indivi individual
dual individual programs sold, for
when you buy one year yearbook
book yearbook for 504 you have a
program good for all
home games.
fencesOuel
The Fencing Club will
have a match Dec. 1, at
the Norman Hall gym.
The match pits the UF
fencing club against the
Jacksonville Fencing
club.

DRIVING REGULATIONS
Freshmen and Sophomores
(These rules are to be effective upon their publication In both the
Orange ond Blue Bulletin ond as a display advertisement In the Alligator
at the expense of Student Government, which notices shall be republished
at monthly intervals.)
1. Students classified os 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 Alachua
chua Alachua County on weekends during the spring semester.
2. Weekends shall be that period from 3:00 P.M. on Friday until 7:00
A M. on Monday, except that over the spring vocation weekend, the
period shall commence at 3:00 P.M. on Thursdoy, April 19, ond
terminate at 7:00 A.M. on Tuesday, April 24.
3. Violation of the provisions of this program shall subject the violator
J to revocation of his permission to possess ond operate a car within
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 program shall oe can cancelled
celled cancelled immediately.
4. This program does not permit lUC or 2UC students, unless otherwise
entitled to full driving privileges, to possess or maintain on automo automobile
bile automobile in Alachua County.
5. If any vehicle is found upon the campus in violation of ony provision
of the traffic and parking regulations, the student in whose name
such vehicle is registered shall be held responsible for any violation.

Friday, November 30, 1962 The Florida Alligator

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Winner of the annual
game retains possession
of the trophy until the
next football game be between
tween between the schools.

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Page 8

The Florida Alligator Friday, November 30, 1962

Gators Face Mira U. Saturday Night

By Robert Green
Assistant Sports Editor
The Gator football team
ends its regular season
Saturday night with only
the University of Miami
or as some call it
the University of Mira
Standing between it and
a Gator Bowl bid.
Over 60,000 fans should
jam their way into the
Orange Bowl by the
3:15 p.m. kickoff time to
see the Gators clash with
their bitter rivals who
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boast one of the top foot football
ball football players in the coun country
try country in George Mira.
The Gators will be
favored by about six
points on the basis of their
three strong victories in
a row and Miamis two
big losses to North Northwestern
western Northwestern and Alabama that
dropped the' Hurricanes
from the nations top
twenty teams.
However, a win by the
* Canes could give them a
bowl bid, if not to the
Gator, then New Yorks
Gothem Bowl. It would
also make up for 1959
when an upset win by the
UF killed Miamis post postseason
season postseason hopes.
Mira, is of course,
Miamis big offensive
weapon. The junior from
Key West has broken all
UM pass and total offense
records and has made
most post-season All-
American teams ranked
as no worse than second
team.
Topping it all off, Mira
finished fifth in the vot voting
ing voting for the Heisman Tro Trophy
phy Trophy for the nations out outstanding
standing outstanding football player
So far this year, he
has thrown for 1,457 pass passing
ing passing yards including 10
touchdowns and is 11 pass
completions behind Mary Marylands
lands Marylands Dick Shinner for
top passer in the coun country.
try. country.
However, Miami is not
a one man team. Full Fullback
back Fullback Nick Ryder is a

dangerous runner as is
halfback Nick Spinelli,
who is also one of Miras
best targets.
Guard Jim OMahony
is one of the top linemen
in the South and was
credited with 21 tackles
ag a i nst N orth western.
Tackle Stan Maluty and
guard Jerry Reynonds are
other top linemen.
Ends Bill Sparks, Jim
Simon, and Ben Rizzo are
good receivers and Rizzo
is a top defensive man.
The Canes started out
strong this year with a
national TV win over
Pittsburg and then posted
shaky wins over TCU and
Florida State. LSU gave
the UM its first loss,
17-3, before the Canes
came back to outstore the
Air Force Academy, Ken Kentucky,
tucky, Kentucky, and Maryland.
Then Alabama smashed
the Hurricanes 36-3 and
last week, Northwestern
won easily, 29-7.
Meanwhile the Gators,
after reaching the middle
of their season with a

Tom Barbee May Not Play
Gator Basketball Opener

By RON SPENCER
Gator Sports Writer
A youthful and untested
Gator varsity basketball
team kicks off its 1962-
63 cage season tonight in
Miami Beach Auditorium
probably without the ser services
vices services of starting forward
Tom Barbee when they
clash with the high-scor high-scoring
ing high-scoring Miami Hurricanes. It
will be the season open opener
er opener for both fives.
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3-3 Ora-3-3 record, have come on
strong to defeat Auburn,
Georgia, and Florida
State.
Last week was an open
date for the Gators and
this week Coach Ray
Graves has had the team
in closed drills working
on a strong running game
and hoping to find a pass
defense to stop Mira.
All the Gators will be

nge Bowl.
Sloans tentative start starting
ing starting lineup, shows four
sophomores and a lone
juniorno seniors. No Notably
tably Notably absent on the list
is Barbee, the 6-3 senior
who averaged 10.7 poi points
nts points per game last win winter
ter winter as a starter.
According to varsity
Coach Norm Sloan, Bar Barbee
bee Barbee was afflicted with
some illness Thursday
afternoon that might well
be appendicitis. He was
admitted at the infirmary
and was undergoing tests
at presstime.
Sloan asserted that, as
of that time, he was not

in top shape for the game
with the exception of
Lindy Infate, who has been
out since mid-season.
It will be homecoming
for 12 of the Gators who
come from Miami plus a
time for revenge for the
entire team for the 15-6
loss suffered last year in
Gainesville that gave the
UM a slim 12-11 lead in
the over-all series.

taking Barbee to Miami.
If his condition should im improve
prove improve overnight and turn
out to be something min minor,
or, minor, Sloan said the crew crewcut
cut crewcut forward would make
the trip today with the
football team.
Barbees slot in the line lineu/f
u/f lineu/f will be filled by 6-
4 1/2 sophomore Richard
Tomiinson. Bob Hoffman,
.vho snagged 14 rebounds
in Tuesdays 85-70 var varsity
sity varsity win over the frosh
at Jacksonville, will go
at center, with junior
Taylor Stokes at the other
forward slot and scoring
whizzes Tom Baxley and
Brooks Henderson at
guards.
Sloan called Tuesday ni nights
ghts nights varsity performan performance
ce performance very sluggish and le lethargic,
thargic, lethargic, but added that
the boys have been play playing
ing playing together a long time
now and know each others
moves. He was pleased
with Stokes 20-point ef effort.
fort. effort.
Henderson, 25-year old
soph NYU transfer, has
barraged the nets for 45
points in the two intra intrasquad
squad intrasquad games, leading the
team, while Maryland
transfer Baxley has gar garnered
nered garnered 34 points in two ga games.
mes. games. Sloan admitted that
the big problem remains
at center and with equal equalling
ling equalling the Canes on re rebounds.
bounds. rebounds.