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The Florida alligator
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Summer school news
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University of Florida summer gator
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Summer gator
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Daily bulletin
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
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Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
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Has occasional supplements.
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Weekend Spangled
With Yule Events

The UF Department of
Music and Mortar Board
will host Yuletide events
this Sunday, as the UF
celebrates Christmas on
campus.
Sunday afternoon 300
voices will combine in
presenting Bachs
Christmas Oratorio at
4 p.m. in the Florida
Gymnasium. Dr. Elwood
Keister will direct the
University Choir and
Choral Union with music
by the University
Symphony Orchestra.
Bach completed tne
Oratorio in 1734 to be
sung on the six days
between Christmas and
Epiphany, Jan. 6. The
Oratorio relates the story
of Jesus birth as found
in Lukes Gospel.
At 10:45 p.m. Sunday
night Mortar Board will
light the huge Christmas
tree in front of the
University Auditorium,
inaugurating the annual
Christmas on Campus
program. Inside the
auditorium following the
ceremonies UF President
J. Wayne Reitz will
deliver his message
aimed at bringing the idea
of Christmas to the
students.

[Develop Capitalism

GAINESVILLE, (UPI)
A call to Latin American
governments to encourage
the development of private
enterprise was voiced
here Thursday at the
opening session of the
U Fs 13th annual
Conference on the
Caribbean by Harry A.
Jarvis, president of the
Creole Petroleum Corp.
of Venezuela.
He spoke at a luncheon
at the inaugural meeting
of the three-day confer conference
ence conference which this year is
devoted entirely to
Venezuela.
More than 400 Vene Venezeulan
zeulan Venezeulan government
figures and businessmen
and educators from both
the United States and

'Mm* P
I wmimM!
'Humbug
...Says Dean Hale, giving
his famous reading of the
Christmas Carol.
The lighting ceremony
has been carried on by
Mortar Board, womens
honorary leadership
sorority, for seven years.
The first UF Christmas
tree was donated by Sen.
Edward Fraser of Mac Macclenny
clenny Macclenny whose daughter
was a UF student.
Songs by the Womans
Glee Club with everyone
joining in Christmas
caroling will be part of
the program, sponsored
by the University
Religious Association.

Venezuela are attending.
Gov. Farris A. Bryant
and Gov. Alejandro
Oropeza Castillo of the
federal district of
Caracas were among
those present at the
luncheon.
Bryant was awarded a
compilation of documents
on American freedom at
the luncheon by N. A.
Covach of Los Angeles
on behalf of the Freedom
Documents Foundation.
Included in the docu documents
ments documents were reproductions
of the Declaration of
Independence, the Consti Constitution,
tution, Constitution, the Bill of Rights
and the Monroe Doctrine.
In his address, Jarvis
said there is an urgent
need for a common front

The Florida
Alligator

V01.55', N 0.53 University pf Florida,Gainesville Friday, Dec. 7,1962

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The 29th annual reading
of Charles Dickens A
Christmas Carol will
usher in the Christmas
season on campus tonight
at 7:30 in the University
Auditorium.
Dr. Lester L. Hale,
dean of Student Affairs,
will bring life to Scrooge
and other Dickens
characters as he has for
more than two decades
on the University campus.
For many years an
exclusive Sigma Nu fra fraternity
ternity fraternity recital, reading of
the Yuletide classic was
moved to the University
Auditorium and opened to
the public in 1957. Dean
Walter J. Matherly began
the tradition in 1929 when
he read the carol in the
Sigma Nu house.
Dean Hale has held
the role as story-teller
since 1938 but has missed
a few years when he was
away from the campus at
Christmastime.
Preceding the reading
will be Christmas songs
sung by the Carolers,
a small group from the
University choir.

in which both private
enterprise and the state
can make maximum con contributions
tributions contributions toward national
growth in Latin
American nations.
He said that in all
economies of Latin
America there is a

Caribbean
Con sere nee

function for the state and
a function for private
enterprise.
The combined efforts
of both are urgently
needed to provide the
maximum contribution to
national development.

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15 UF Profs Added
to New Whos Who

A total of 15 UF Fac Faculty
ulty Faculty members are among
the 8,800 new biogra biographical
phical biographical listings in the roost
recent edition of Who's
Who in America.
Alphabetically, the new
listings are:
Maurice E. Ahrens,
professor and assistant
dean of the College of
Education; James R.
Anderson, head professor
of geography.
Maurice Boyd, professor
of social sciences; James
D. Butterworth, profes professor
sor professor and head of the mar marketing
keting marketing department.
Tony J. Cunha, head of
the animal husbandry and
nutrition department at
the Agricultural Experi Experimental
mental Experimental Station; John H.
Davis, professor of bot-

Crash With Army
Convoy Kills Frosh

A TJF freshman was
killed instantly yesterday
when his motorcycle col collided
lided collided with a 2 1/2 ton
U.S. Army convoy truck
at NW 13th Street and 16th
Avenue.
Frederic C. Shulz, 321
NW 19th Lane, was dead
on arrival at Alachua Ge General
neral General Hospital with a head
injury shortly after 3:30
p.m. yesterday.
Police reported the truck
was proceeding north on
13th Street under city po police
lice police and highway patrol
escort when it ran a red

any.
Lea G. Gramling, head
professor of pharmaceu-
chemistry; Frank S*
Jamison, vegetable crop
specialist professor and
head of the vegetable
crpps department at the
College of Agriculture.
Frank E. Maloney, dean
and professor of law;
Charles A. Matthews,
head professor of insur insurance
ance insurance and finance.
John E. Maxfield, head
of the department of
mathematics; Lyle N.
McAlister, professor of
history.
Wllliard E. Stone, head
professor of accounting;
and Marshall O. Watkins,
director of the UF Agri Agricultural
cultural Agricultural Extension Ser Service.
vice. Service.

light at 16th Avenue with
60 feet between it and the
following truck.
Schulz, going east on
16th Avenue, darted
between the trucks when
the light turned green and
struck the truck's left
front wheel, police said.
The motorcycle spun
away from the truck,
throwing Schulz against
the running board.
Police estimated the
truck's speed at 25 m.pji.
and the motorcyle's at 15
m.pjh. at impact. No
charges were filed.



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The Florida Alligator Friday, Dec. 7,1962

India, China
Close Embassies

NEW DELHI (UPI)
India moved a big step
toward a complete break
in relations with
Communist China
Thursday. It announced
it was closing down its
last two consulates in
China and ordering the
Chinese Communists to
close their two remaining
ones in India.
A foreign office
spokesman announced the
move as Prime Minister
Jawaharlal Nehru told
Indian troops during a
tour of the forward area
Red Planes Still
Leaving Cuba
WASHINGTON (UPI)
Russia has removed from
Cuba 27 of the jet bombers
that figured in the recent
East-West crisis, the
Defense Department
announced Thursday.
Photographic evidence
also indicates that other
IL2Bs on the island have
been moved from airfields
to ports, a spokesman
said.
The Pentagon said there
were more than 30 of
the bombers on the island
at the height of the Cuban
crisis. But other U. S.
officials quoted Soviet
spokesmen in the New
York as setting the total
of 42-all to be removed.

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that India will gain
ultimate victory in its
struggle with China.We
must emerge stronger
than ever before,Nehru
said.
An official spokesman
in New Delhi-said Chinese
Communist troops still
appear to be in forward
areas of the Northeast
Frontier Agency and
Ladakh despite Chinese
announcements they were
being withdrawn.
The spokesman,quoting
intelligence reports, said
Indian stragglers had
sighted Chinese troops in
the area south of Bomdi
La which is just 30 air
miles from the Assam
border. He said Chinese
reports indicated their
troops still had not with withdrawn
drawn withdrawn from the Spanggur
Lake area on the north northwest
west northwest front.
The Foreign Office said
that India, in a note
delivered to the Chinese
Embassy, announced
closure of its consulates
in Shanghai and Lhasa,
Tibet, as of Dec. 15. It
asked China to close down
its consulates in Bombay
and Calcutta.
The consulate closings
will leave the respective
embassies at Peking and
New Delhi as the only
remaining avenues
o f diplomatic contact
between the two countries.

Boxing Will Mark
Pearl Harbor Day

HONOLULU (UPI)
There will be Japanese-
American fighting at
Pearl Harbor today, but
of a vastly different
nature than that which
wrecked the U.S. Pacific
fleet 21 years ago.
The Navy is sponsoring
five amateur boxing
matches between
Japanese andU.S.fighters
on the anniversary of the
surprise attack that killed
CIA Accused In
Cuban Ambush
HAVANA (UPI) Cuban
authorities disclosed
Thursday that counter counterrevolutionaries
revolutionaries counterrevolutionaries ambushed
a militia jeep on a rural
road near Jaguey Grande,
Matanzas Province
Wednesday night, killing
the driver and wounding
one of his three
companions.
the Armed Forces
Ministry, in its com communique
munique communique reporting the
attack, blamed members
of the CIA, the U. S.
Central Intelligence
Agency, which is linked
to most anti-government
activity in official state statements.
ments. statements.
The assailants
apparently escaped as
there were no reports of
arrests.
The attack, which took
place not far from Giron
Beach where the abortive
Bay of Pigs invasion took
place on April 17, 1961,
was the first officially
reported counter revol revolutionary
utionary revolutionary shooting scrape
i n Matanzas for some
time.
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2,403 Americans and
plunged the nation into
war.
Otherwise it will be just
another day at the huge
naval base, headquarters
of U.S. defense forces in
the Pacific and Asia.
There will be visits to
the USS Arizona
Memorial, where more
than 1,000 men are
entombed, but they will
be unofficial.
Unofficially, a Navy
spokesman said the Navy
did not want to make a
habit of commemorating
a costly defeat.
The memorial structure
straddles the sunken hull
where the Arizonas
bridge should be.
The rusted foundation
a! the Arizonas No. 3
turret and a venti ventilator
lator ventilator shaft still protrude
above water. Seeping oil
from the ships tanks still
spreads a rainbow of
color on the water.
The Arizona is believed
to be the only sunken ship
the Navy still regards as
commissioned. A flag
flies over the memorial
daily and the ship
receives the salutes of
passing vessels.
Putman Urges
Public Reports
WASHINGTON (UPI)
Chairman Wright Patman
urged Thursday the House
-Senate Economic Com Committee
mittee Committee make public a con controv-ersial
trov-ersial controv-ersial report on
operations of the power powerful
ful powerful federal Open Market
Committee.
The Texas Democrat
said he would call a clos closed
ed closed meeting of the joint
committee Monday to vote
on publishing the report
despite strong objections
of the 12-rqpmber open
market group.
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Briefly
Speaking
Acheson Charge
Wounds Britain
LONDON (UPI) -Britain
reacted with deep resent resentment
ment resentment Thursday to a sting stinging
ing stinging charge from one of
President Kennedys sen senior
ior senior advisers that this
country is about played
out as an independent
power.
The statement by former
U.S. Secretary of State
Dean Acheson who now is
an adviser to the Presi President
dent President clouded the forth forthcoming
coming forthcoming meeting between
Prime Minister Harold
Macmillan and Kennedy,
due to open in Nassau less
than two weeks from now.
Unemployment;
A Disease?
WASHINGTON (UPI)-
AFL-CIO President
George Meany Thursday
diagnosed Novembers
increase in unemploy unemployment
ment unemployment as a symptom of
economic disease and
prescribed his remedy: A
35 hour work week.
Taking issue with the
Labor Departments
statement that sharply
rising teenage jobless joblessness
ness joblessness Came as a surprise,
Meany said it was com completely
pletely completely predictable. He
said the jobless increase
makes labors drive for
a shorter work week 4 ev even
en even more imperative in
the new Congress.
The Labor Department
announced the jump in the
unemployment rate Wed Wednesday.
nesday. Wednesday. Its experts im immediately
mediately immediately started trying
to find out why 150,000
teenagers suddenly
started job hunting last
month.
Text Committee
Begins Work
TALLAHASSEE (UPI)
-A committee of educa educators
tors educators and laymen began a
search Thursday for text textbooks
books textbooks to use in the states
new American versis
Communism course.
The 12 member com committee
mittee committee was told by school
superintendent Thomas
D. Bailey that the next
legislature might be ask asked
ed asked for a separate appro appropriation
priation appropriation to guarantee
money to purchase the
newly adopted texts.
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Gator FM to Start Aqain

. WRUF-FMoff the air
since last summer to
change the transmitter to
stero broadcasts--
hopes to be back on the
air by January, but not
with stereo.
Stereo broadcasting will
begin sometime in the fu future,
ture, future, but the date is still
in question, according to
Executive Secretary
Shannon Henson. The new
WRUF -FM transmitter
will be the only North-
Central Florida trans transmitter
mitter transmitter equipped for
stereo broadcasting.
The WRUF-FM stereo
studio has yet to be re remodeled,
modeled, remodeled, with draperies,
carpets, turntables and
consoles to be installed.
A change infrequency and
range also may be up for
consideration soon.
From 1-20 phone calls
per day are received by
WRUF asking when
WRUF-FM will be back
on the air.
One prospective student
called WRUF long-dis long-distance
tance long-distance from Illinois to ask
if he should bring his FM
radio with him this tri trimester.
mester. trimester.
Computer Will
Train Students
The only computer sys systems
tems systems laboratory in the
nation will soon be in
operation at the UF
as a result of a gift from
a California company.
The gift, a high speed
RW 300 digital computer
valued at a quarter of a
million dollars, is on its
way here and will be used
to train undergraduate in industrial
dustrial industrial engineering stu students
dents students in computer sys systems.
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Board Delays Spring
Gator Editor Selection

Electoral meeting of
the Board of Student Pub Publications
lications Publications was postponed
yesterday afternoon until
Saturday morning.
The meeting was sche scheduled
duled scheduled to for the purpose
of electing an editor of
the Alligator, and four
section editors of the New
Orange Peel.
Candidates for editor editorship
ship editorship of the Alligator, to
succeed Bill Curry who
will graduate this tri trimester,
mester, trimester, are Jack Horan,

2 Coeds Booted
For Bad Conduct

The two UF coeds
check
forgery to the amount of
$355 were suspended
from school for an
indefinite period,
Pres. J. Wayne Reitz
announced today.
Involve*! in the
suspension for unsatis unsatisfactory
factory unsatisfactory conduct were
Georgia Lee Phillips, 19
year-old freshman from
Hialeah, and Mary K.
Bullard, 18-year-old
sophomore from Tampa.
They were arrested
Friday and charged with
forging 19 checks in the
name of coed Charity L.
Hatch.
/
The girls are free on
bond awaiting a Circuit

cert concert music, opera, dra drama,
ma, drama, jazz and folk sing singing.
ing. singing.

David Lawrence and
David West, the current
managing editors of the
paper.
The section editors of
the New Orange Peel will
assist recently-elected
Editor Marcello Truzzi
in getting the revamped
publication started next
trimester.
The postponement was
forced because several
board members were out
of town and unable to
attend.

Court trial on charges of
forgery and cashing
forged checks.
Degree
to Ph. Ts
Fourteen separate
groups of student wives
received # their Ph. Ts
last night at graduation
ceremonies at a Holiday
Inn Banquet.
The degree of Ph. T
(Pushing Hubby Through)
was conferred by Mrs.
J. Wayne Reitz, wife of
the UF president to mem members
bers members of the University
Dames* The women are
the wives of men students
who will graduate this
trimester.
UF Dames is made up
of wives of students, each
grouped according to
their husbands college.

Friday, Dec. 7,1962 The Florida Alligator

Kelly to Talk
State Sen. and possible
gubernatorial Scott Kelly
will address the Student
Contractors and Buil Builders
ders Builders Association tonight.
The banquet will be held
at the University Inn,
followed by skits and
dancing.

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and measurments before
leaving campus.

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Frozen Animals
Cooly Await' Stuffing

by Judy Barnes
Gator Staff Writer
Any old bodies?
Now that hunting season
has opened, Dr. O. Aus Austin
tin Austin of the Department of
Biology is hunting for
hunters with left over
animal and bird bodies.
They must be fresh,
however. And Dr. Aus Austin
tin Austin will give the hunter
back the meat. He keeps
the animals fresh by stor storing
ing storing them in a large deep deepfreeze
freeze deepfreeze in Flint Hall.
Dr. Austin makes his
frozen animals into
skins,* a trade name for
stuffed animals.
His freezer contains
such things as a red fox,
an opossum, a white her heron,
on, heron, a barn owl and a bat.
Each of the animals is
intact, and eac.h whisker
or feather is in place.
The process of making
skins out of the dead ani animals
mals animals is quite simple. The
animal is first slit down
the belly, and the skin
is peeled off like a glove.
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The skin is then pre preserved
served preserved with borax or
something similar.
Anything that will kill
the germs will do, Dr.
Austin said.
The preserved skin is
stuffed loosely with a soft
material. Glass eyes are
sometimes added or the
animal is mounted in a
standing position.
Dr. Austin has about
10,000 stuffed birds in
stock. Some of the birds
are up to 100 years old.
They are still good
as new, he said.
Social Series
Starts on TV
Anthropoligist Margaret
Tillich, psychologist
Erich Fromm, and His Historian
torian Historian Aronld J. Toynbee
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Guide State Theater
Gets Face Lifting

By Denise Schuller
The State Theatre will
put on a new face over
the Christmas holidays.
Theatre Manager Robert
Denham said the M. M.
Parish Contracting firm
will begin remodeling
work on the building
December 17.
Plans include
remodeling the entire
lobby and installing anew
concession stand,
according to Denham.
Were also hoping to
be able to refinish the
seats and move them
Movie Log
FLORIDA * Lobo
1:51, 3:45,5:39,7:33,9:27.
Last complete show-8:46.
STATE Touch of
Mink 1:20, 5:15, 9:10.
Imitation of Life 3:05
and 7:00. Last complete
show 7:00.
GAINESVILLE DRIVE
IN Showtime 7.
Adventures of the Road Roadrunner
runner Roadrunner 7:27. Judgment
at Nuremberg 7:53.
SUBURBIA DRIVE-IN
Best of Enemies 7:10.
Only Two Can Play
9:15. Complete show
7:00.

further apartfrom 33
inches to 45 inches,* he
said.
Denham said he hadnt
planned to close the
theatre at but with
the Christmas holidays
comming up business
would be very slow any anyway
way anyway and work would only
take from one and a half
to two weeks.
A change in operations
accompanies the
remodeling move. The
theatre has changed film
brookers and starting
January they will begin
bringing back many of
their best films along with
others they had not been
able to get.
Included in the re-runs
will be La Dolce Vita,
The Mark, and Black
Orchid.

Bells Toll For
UFs Partially Deaf

Members of the Speech
and Hearing Clinic staff
know for whom the bells
toll.*
The bells are a part
of the hearing therapy
for partially deaf clinic
patients.
Clinic services are
available free to all
students and outpatients
who feel they have a need
for them.
Directors of the hearing

- - __ or
Friday & Two Color
Saturday
c KIRK DOUGLAS Show
Saturday m Starts
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STARTS SUNDAY!
Ist Gainesville Showing!
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Drama I
Studio I
Begins I
Using college and hj
school performers as*
focal point, the UF DraJ
Studio 1962 getsunderwj
today. The UF theatrl
staff will instruct stul
dents in role, technique!
acting, directing, staginl
and lighting; they in turl
will perform in a labl
oratory atmosphere. I
The program, whicJ
ends with auditions at 3:0(
tomorrow, is centered
around presentation of
The Madwoman of Chai Chaillot
llot Chaillot this evening.
Three-hundred students
will participate in the
studio.
Six high school per performances
formances performances will be given.
Coral Gables High will
present The Hun Hungerers,
gerers, Hungerers, Edgewater High
will present Passion Passionella,
ella, Passionella, and Forrest High
will present The Play Playgoers.
goers. Playgoers.
Tallahassee Leon High
will present Shadows on
the Wall, St. Johns
Country Day School will
present Pullamn Car
Hiawatha and North
Miami will present
Impromptu.
One junior college will
participate. Palm Beach
JC will present a scene
from Look Homeward
Angel.

therapy program are Head
of Speech and Hearing
Clinic Dr. McKenzie
William Buck and Dr.
Ralph R. Leutenegger,
associate head.
The clinic works in
cooperation with the J.
Hillis Miller Health
Center.
The partially deaf are
taught t o recognize
sounds, the first of which
is the tolling of bells.



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The Florida Alligator Friday*, Dec. 7,1962

Page 6

edioxlc*.ls
the 'fifth freedom
Prize-winning editorialist Emmett Peter Jr. of
the Leesburg Daily Commercial, we feel, has a
significant view of the recent Grebstein-Board of
Control issue.
In complimenting the Alligator on its work in
covering and commenting on this issue, Mr. Peter
sent an editorial which appeared in the Daily
Commercial last week.
It is entitled: The Fifth Freedom:
The University of South Florida had no other
sane and decent course of action than to reinstate
Dr. Sheldon N. Grebstein. The assistant professor
of English was suspended October 19 after some
Johns Committee and Board of Control meddling
that involved supposedly improper reading material
assigned in an advanced writing course.
ALTHOUGH WE'RE happy to learn that Dr. Greb Grebstein
stein Grebstein is teaching his classes again, we cant agree
with the USF president, Dr. John S. Allen, for
reprimanding the professor. The Grebstein rep reprimand
rimand reprimand gives State Senator Charley Johns and his
hysterical witch hunters a slight degree of
respectability when they have earned and deserve
none in this shameful episode.
DURING A VISIT to the USF campus a few days
ago, we obtained a copy of the improper magazine
article. It is a criticism of the beatnic school
of writing, analyzing it for style and content, and
concluding (hold your hats now, dear readers) that
a great deal of it is empty and worthless! In fact,
the article amounts to a defense of established
morality.
WHY, THEN, the furor? Because the article
cites examples, some of them salacious, in order
to make clear its case against the latter-day phonies
of literature. But these few extracts, when con considered
sidered considered in the context of the theme, could hardly
be objectionable to any mature person. (And if an
advanced writing class isnt a mature forum, God
help us all!) Had any student been looking for racy
passages in literature, he could find at the corner
drugstore a paperback novel called The Carpet Carpeti
i Carpeti baggers. Or, for that matter, he could find plenty
E the erotic in the Old Testament of the King James
Bible, which we note has drawn the fire of neither
Senator Johns nor the Board of Control.
THE 34-YEAR-OLD DR. Grebstein had made a
fine name for himself as a teacher at the University
of Kentucky and the University of Florida. He or
any other educator worthy of the name must have
elbow room in his program of teaching. His
reprimand is an academic sacrifice by the timid
to the stupid. It points to a need for an extension
of the late Franklin Roosevelts Four Freedoms.
The fifth one, we suggest, should be freedom from
numbskulls.

The Florida
Alligator

Editor-in-Chief Bill Curry
Monoging Editor Jock Horan
Business Manager Cary Burke
Sports Editor Jared Lebow
City Editor Ben Garrett
features Editor Fred Schneider
Wirt Editor Maryenne Awtrey
Assistant to the Editor Sandy Sweitxer
Coed Use Editor Becky Quinn
Assistant Business Manager Jay Fountain
Editorial Assistants Corole Bordelta (Alligator-on-the-Air*
Carol Bullar (News*, David Hamilton
(Editorials*. Phil Krufl (Photos*
Stotf Writars Ronnie Sue Goodman, Ken Keyes. Tova
Levina, Pate Supove, David Wilkinson,
Bab Oinon. Mary Anne Walker, Sondy
Taylor
SpOCt SS" Robert Mik
SJS7 Roger Levine. Ron Spencer, John Wei Weilick,
lick, Weilick, Nad Cioytop, George Gardner, Dovid Benowits
***** Jav Fountain (Assistant Business Menoofr*.
Jane Godbee (Office Manager*, Tom
NefM Circulation*, Sharon Smith (Pub (Public
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Powers. Trevor Hutton, lob Hatton
(Advertising Salas I. and William Ep Epperheimer
perheimer Epperheimer (Advertising Menogerl
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Comprehension Requires Time

EDITOR:
Synthesis in learning
is the process whereby
a student organizes,
combines, or puts
together a seriesof
related or apparently
non-related facts,
figures, concepts,
thoughts, actions, and
experiences into a
coherent organized com combinationcrf
binationcrf combinationcrf elements
having meaning. In order
for synthesis to occur
adequate time must be
allotted for the student
to digest given course
material. Synthesis is an
integral part of the
learning process. The
process under which
learning is taking place
may be seriously
questioned if synthesis is
not occurring to a
significant degree.
Time is a prerequisite
for synthesis. It takes
time to digest, cogitate,
understand, and integrate
a course of study such
as the typical Student
may carry. Synthesis in
one area does not
necessarily mean
synthesis in other areas;
however, if synthesis is
occurring in one area, it
seems that the chances
are favorable that it is
occurring in others. This
can be stated in another
and more significant way
of saying that insofar as
adequate time is alloted
for the student to synthe synthesize
size synthesize material in one area
of study, then all areas
of the students endeavor
will benefit.
THE FULL IMPACT
of being exposed to a
subject or course of study
can not be fully felt by
the student unless he
understands what it is
that he is* expected to
comprehend. Com Comprehension
prehension Comprehension takestime,
and without adequate
comprehension little if
any learning will take
place. Learning is a
difficult and often a pain painful
ful painful process of getting rid
of dead wood, fall fallacious
acious fallacious concepts, and
previously learned
. 1.

erroneous material.
Learning is dependent
upon time. Learning
under conditions of in inadequate
adequate inadequate time is nigh well
impossible.
The result of inadequate
time for comprehension
and synthesis to take
place results in emphasis
upon quick recall, mem memorization,
orization, memorization, and mediocrity
in the level of achievement
*ie student attains. The
student faced with a
course of study without
adequate time for
synthesis to occur places
a premium on attaining
a grade at the sacrifice
of true learning.
True learning occurs
only when adequate time
for synthesis is operative.
The advent of the
trimester has in effect
shortened the period of
time in which synthesis
may occur, and at the
same time the number of
hours the student is

Claims Column Doesnt Inform

EDITOR:
Pd like to answer the
answer.
Yesterday a young lady
named 4 to 1 answered
my letter in the Sunday
issue in which I expressed
my sympathy for and lack
of anger toward Fred
Schneider because of the
nature of his reviews. Pd
like to make sure Pm not
misrepresenting my own
intentions.
IN THE FIRST place,
Pm not only not mad at
Fredj Pm also not mad
at all (or most) of the
other reviews that have
been featured in the
4 Gator.
In all seriousness, I
have only one objection to
the reviews printed in the
Gator during the three
and one-half years Ive
been in Gainesville: the
attitude. I regret very
1 much the fact that I can
have no respect for the
ability (?) of the re reviewers
viewers reviewers who have contri contributed
buted contributed (in general).
Pm certainly not against
a column being entertain entertaining,
ing, entertaining, and, in fact, I find
sarcastic wit very plea pleasureable.

expected to carry has
remained the same. It
is too early to tell
whether the time element
has been shortened
beyond the point where
the average* student is
capable of synthesizing
course material.
STUDIES OF THE tri trimester,
mester, trimester, compared with
other universities under
similar systems, with
respect to drop-out rate,
suicides, sickness, and
quality of work should
give a general indication
of whether the student
is learning. If it is found
that adequate time has
been allotted for
synthesis to occur, then
no quarrel may be found
with the trimester. If
significant change occurs
in the students achieve achievement
ment achievement and general level
of success, then the
University will be faced
with a problem of serious
proportions.

sureable. pleasureable. I think, though,
that although the reviews
(especially Freds) have
been entertaining, they
have never been consis consistently
tently consistently informative, except
to publicize the title of
the movie, play or what whatever.
ever. whatever. This lack of in information,
formation, information, together with a
lackadaisical attitude
work together to make
this particular feature of
the Gator less than
useless.
Now, I know that some somebody
body somebody reading this is say saying
ing saying to himself, What do
you want the Gator to tobe,
be, tobe, the New York Times
or something? To which
I reply, Why not?
Theres no law saying
colleges can not have
talented students on their
newspapers. The talent is
there! Witness Don Addis,
who made such a success
of the Peel. I dont
doubt that the Gator
can put out really fine
reviews that sure both use useful
ful useful and entertaining
so, why doesnt it?
A. H. Rosbury 4AS
(Irate Moviegoer)



fcy FRED SCHNEIDER
Dr. Staub brilliant.*
The Mad Woman of
Chaillot** has ushered in
b new era for Florida
flayers. The Era of the
production done in good
fcaste**.
[ Dr. A. W. Staub*s capable
direction has taken
fChaillot** out of the
Lealm of college theatre,
but of the realm of the
mediocre, out of allluke-
Iwarmity into the realm of
the brilliant, the polished,
sh e absolutely superb
theatre production.
So, as Staub has crossed
[into a New Frontier** in
[direction and staging,
also the magnificent set
design of Henry Swanson
has contrasted the

Deadlines Near to Apply For Scholarships

Time is running out
for students who intend
to apply for graduate
study scholarship and
grant programs for the
1963.
Deadlines for appli applications
cations applications in many graduate
study programs in the
United States and abroad
are the first of February.
Included among the pro programs
grams programs with up-coming
deadlines are the East-
West Center Scholarships
for graduating seniors in interested
terested interested in diplomatic
service in Asia; Stanford
University communica communications
tions communications scholarships; and
the National Defense Ed Education
ucation Education Act fellowships.
The NDEA scholarships
are for study in Spanish,
Latin American history,
Portuguese, geography,
sociology, economics, and
agricultural economics.
These NDEA fellow fellowships
ships fellowships are for fulltime
study. The basic stipend
covers tuition and fees,
plus $450 for summer
study only. The total is
$2,250 for an academic
year, or $2,700 for a
summer and an academic
year.
A candidate for one
of these fellowships may
apply for an allowance
for no more than four
Career Books
Now Ready
Career,** an annual
report on job opportun opportunities,
ities, opportunities, will be distributed
free to graduating seniors
today, and next Monday
through Wednesday.
The hard-cover book
will be given out at the
Student Service informat information
ion information booth across from the
Hub between 9 a.m. till
2 p.m. today, and next
Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday, by Alpha Phi
Omega.

Madwoman of Chaillot UFs 'Best in 5 yrs.

brilliance of sunlight to
a glowing meteor.
In five years of fairly
constant UF theatre theatregoingl
goingl theatregoingl can say that
never has any production
equalled the caliber, nor
the quality of Chaillot**.
There was perfection
in the acting. Mike Doyle
as the President was
hilarious, his acting was
flowing, his manner was
perfect characterization
of his part. Larry
Director as a represen representative
tative representative of the press was
utterly and devestatingly
funny and completely
perfect in his role.
But, the Mad Women**
were the piece de
resistance. Linda
Lashbrook never missed
a cue, never altered in

dependents of $1,200 for
a summer session, or
S6OO for an academic
year.
Application forms for
the NDEA fellowships are
available in the Latin
American Language and
Area Center, room 307,
Peabody. The deadline is
January 28, 1963.
There are 100 East-
West Center scholarships
available. The deadline
for these applications is
February 1, 1963.
The scholarships are
for 21 months of study
at the East-West Center
in Honolulu, Hawaii. They
Include round-trip trans transportation,
portation, transportation, tuition, books
and fees, housing, food,
health insurance, a small
monthly allowance and an
Asia field study grant.
During the field study,
the student goes to a
country in Asia for first firsthand
hand firsthand experience with the
culture and language he is

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the perfection of her
portrail of the Mad
Woman of Chaillot.**
So it was with Mimi Carr
who caused my sides to
ache with laughter at the
j/'
jP
I Sr#
antics she brought to the
stage as the Mad Woman
of Passy**. Diane Pelfrey,
bravo the transition
from younger parts to an
aged infant was done as
only theatre stock could
do it.

studying.
The University of Hawaii
offers about 200 courses
in Asian studies. Cur Currently
rently Currently Japanese, Chinese,
Korean, Indonesian, Thai,
Javanese, Hindi, Sanskrit
and Tagalog are offered
there.
Further information and
application forms may be
obtained by writing to the
East-West Center, Hono Honolulu
lulu Honolulu 14, Hawaii.
The Stanford University
department of communi communications
cations communications is now accepting
applications for graduate
scholarships for the 1963-
64 academic year. The
scholarships range from
$1,410 to $2,850.
Persons preparing for
careers in editorial jour journalism,
nalism, journalism, mass communi communications
cations communications research, adver advertising
tising advertising and media re research,
search, research, broadcasting and
film are eligible.
No service is required
of the recipient. How-

Friday, Dec. 7,1962 The Florida Alligator

Every part, small, large,
walk-on, walk-off, was
cast by the hand of a
master. Dr. Staub this
was truly a masterpiece.
Tp explain the show
brieflyChaillot** is a
tale of a woman who
wishes to rid the world
of the vice of Capitalism.
In her own way she
maneuvers the propaga propagators
tors propagators of this worldly
plague into her lair and
sends them to hell.
How is it done? Through
excellent use of
surrealistic makeup
Staub has managed to
create characters that
are real and yet unreal unrealhere,
here, unrealhere, yet figments of the
Mad Womans** imagin imagination.
ation. imagination.

ever, the department does
appoint some research
assistants in addition to
offering these grants.
More information can be
obtained from the Ex ecu ecutive

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Through excellent stage
direction Staub has gotten
across a complex set of
ideas that would offer
David Merrick headaches.
No excuses about the
% -r
trimester. Henry
Swanson has used a maze mazelike
like mazelike curtain to create the
impression of the
surreality of the mind
of the Mad Woman'* and
also to show that what is
happening is being seen
through the eyes of the
Mad Woman."
Raucously funny,
something that youll be
sorry about later if you
miss itsomething that
you must see The Mad
Woman of ChaiUot."
Never anything so
brilliant I

tive ecutive Head, Deaprtment of
Communication, Stanford
University, Stanford,
Calif. Deadline for these
applications is Febru February,
ary, February, 8.

Page 7



The Florida Alligator Friday, Dec. 7,1962

Page 8

Informality Clue
to Last Krewe

One of the lesser known
groups on campus is the
Last Krewe, comprised
of members from six old
line fraternities.
The object of the Krewe
is to promote better
relationships between Al Alpha
pha Alpha Tau Omega, Kappa
Alpha, Phi Delta Theta,
Sigma Alpha Epsilon,
Sigma Nu, and Sigma Chi.
The Krewe was formed
on the UF campus in 1957,
and is the only chapter in
the country, although
there are tenative plans

Frosh Group Heads Named

The following
committees and commi committee
ttee committee chairmen have been
appointed for the 1962-63
Freshman Council
House and social
committee Carolyn
Smith; projects com committee
mittee committee Vic Maloy;
constitution revision
committee A1 Leonard;
secretary -treasurer

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Four undergraduate
members of each
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for membership each
year, and the meetings
are called at the discre discretion
tion discretion of the president.
Being more of a social
group, there is no
formality at the meetings.
In fact, one of the first
rules of the organization
was to outlaw parliamen parliamentary
tary parliamentary procedure.-

Steve Cheesman; office
staff committee Jack
Gier; orientation booklet
committeeBill Dreman;
rush recommendation
committee Lee Willis;
Dollars for Scholars
committee Jim Weber;
publicity committee
Beth Brunson; and
orientation week commi committe
ttee committe Jennings Brown.

But You Cant Find
The Kitchen Sink

Everything from mens
and ladies underwear to
pots and pans lands in
the UF Lost and Found
office according to ma manager
nager manager Pete Hicks, 2UC.
The office, located in
the Hub, handles mainly
books, notebooks, wal wallets,
lets, wallets, slide rules, umbrel umbrellas,
las, umbrellas, eyeglasses, coats and
sweaters.
Eyeglasses seem to be
the most popular item.
There are at least one
hundred unclaimed pair
on file. Ladies umbrel umbrellas
las umbrellas are next in line. The
office has about 50 um umbrellas
brellas umbrellas in assorted col colors
ors colors and sizes.
Its a funny thing, 4
said Hicks but we ne never
ver never get any mens um umbrellas.
brellas. umbrellas. They seem to be become
come become common property
once they are lost.
Slide rules are another
popular lost item, and
they are probably the
most valuable, according
to Hicks. The office has
about 30 unclaimed slide
rules.
The office keeps a file
of incoming and outgoing
lost items. A postcard

Possession is Felony

Dex Is Considered
Dangerous by Govt.

Dexedrine is no longer
prescribed at the U F
Infirmary because
students started abusing
it, said Dr. Samuel
Wright, Director of the
Student Infirmary.
Wright said that up
until one and a half years
ago, dexedrine was
prescribed in the U F

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lost the item if it is mark marked.
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The system is no more
effective than it is be because
cause because students are not
faithful about turning in
lost items, according to
Hicks.
Only about one item
out of ten lost on the UF
campus is turned into

infirmary mainly for
weight reduction.
I know of no case
where students can get
a legal prescription for
dexedrine for use as a
studying aid. It is a felony
to even have dexedrine
in your possession
without a prescription,
he said.

us, he said. *
Hicks is th'e only one
who works in the office.
This is so we can keep
better track of whats
here and exactly where
it is, he said.
Because no one will
take the job full-time, the
office is open only two and
three hours a day. It is
open from 2:30 to 5:30
Monday, Wednesday and
Friday, and from 10:00
10:00 on Tuesday and
Thursday.
The office is under di direction
rection direction of the Mens Pre Presidents
sidents Presidents Council, and has
been in operation since
1957.
Articles are kept for
at least three months af after
ter after they are found. Ar Articles
ticles Articles that have not been
claimed after this time
lapse are auctioned off to
students.
Eyeglasses, however,
are given to charity. And
Hicks has a new idea for
the ladies umbrellas.
Ive been thinking about
painting them orange and
blue and turning them into
honor umbrellaslike the
honor bikes, he said.

Dexedrine is also used
for the treatment of some
forms of epilepsy, a
nervous disease
characterized by fits and
loss of consciousness.
The drug was considered
safe when it first came
on the market, but it is
now considered a
dangerous barbituate
by the Bureau of
Narcotics.
Students should not
take the drug for studying
because it increases
confidence, not ability,
Wright said.
Students under the
influence can suffer both
physical and emotional
disturbances, according
to Wright. They can suffer
from overstimulation, the
side effects of which are
jitters, nausea and loss
of appetite.
Emotionally, dexedrine
can produce hallucin hallucinations,
ations, hallucinations, sleeplessness and
permanent psychiatric
changes. It is extremely
dangerous for emotionally
unstable persons to take
the drug, according to
Wright.
Dexedrine is habit habitforming
forming habitforming and will produce
withdrawal symptoms if
stopped just like other
narcotics, he s^id.,,



Would-be Angels See the Light

Applicants for the UFs
soon to be chartered An Angel
gel Angel Flight learned what
it was all about Tuesday
night at their first or organizational
ganizational organizational meeting meetingheld
held meetingheld in the Florida Un Union
ion Union Auditorium.
Speaker Jack Lettieri
told the girls the gen general
eral general history of the Ar Arnold
nold Arnold Air Society, which
sponsors the Angels, and
the history of the Angel
Flight itself.
Lettieri siad that for
the initial group twenty
girls will be selected, a
number which may pos possibly
sibly possibly be expanded at some
time in the future of the
Flight. Twenty girls will
provide one sponsor for
each of the Air Force R.
O.T.C. groups.
The selection of the girls
will be based upon the in information

Dear Santa. We Regret... Finals

The trimester system is
making Santa Claus feel
left out at the Univer University
sity University this year, according
to student organization
leaders and an adminis administrative
trative administrative official.
Most of the traditional
parties and the Christmas
carolling will be foregone
this Christmas because
exams come right before
Christmas vacation.
Sigma Nu will, of cour course,
se, course, still be sponsoring
Dean Hales Christmas
reading. Other fraterni fraternities
ties fraternities and sonorities have
been forced to limit their
activities.
A O Pi, according to
Nancy Spegiel, will not
be having its usual
Christmas party for Gai Gainesville
nesville Gainesville children. Nancy
said that the only time the
girls in her sorority could
entertain the children
would be before finals and
that the children would not
be in the Christmas mood
that early. Instead, A O
Pi will send toys to child childrens
rens childrens groups, limiting its
festivities in the house to
a banquef for the sisters.
A Chi O will also limit
its activities to a ban banquet
quet banquet for the girls in the
house and a pledge-ac pledge-active
tive pledge-active Christmas party af after
ter after hours, according to
Tommy Landphair.
Chi O will have a little
sister party and a
pledge sup rise,
according to Tena Bled Bledsoe.
soe. Bledsoe. Chi O does not plan
to go carolling.
Tri Delt has even eli eliminated
minated eliminated its annual
Christmas dinner for
dates and guests, Lucy
F ord said. Lucy said that
Tri Delt will limit its
planned festivities to a
Christmas tree decorat decorating
ing decorating party for sisters and
pledges.

formation information in their appli application
cation application forms, individual
interviews, appearance,
personality, interest,
poise, and grade point av average.
erage. average. The Arnold Air
Society will hold the in interviews
terviews interviews by means of a
board composed of the ca cadets
dets cadets and the officers.

SOCIALLY SPEAKING
RONNIE SUE GOODMAN

It seems that the tri trimester
mester trimester system has forced
the fraternities to give up
their traditional Christ Christmas
mas Christmas parties, for the most
part. Most of the Greeks
claim that they are tak taking
ing taking a study break this
weekend.
Saturday night the Delta
Chis will have a Christ Christmas
mas Christmas party at the house.
It will be an informal

Pike Kris Boring says
that his fraternity has
practically nothing
planned this Christmas.
Any big activities, he

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Once chosen the girls
will probably work with
the National Headquar Headquarters
ters Headquarters of the Angel Flight
in constructing their con constitution
stitution constitution and bylaws.
When the group has or organized
ganized organized on campus and
become well established,
they may choose to apply

gathering.
Friday night Pi Kappa
Phis and dates will party
at the house. It will be
a Christmas party and
gifts will be exchanged.
The Tekes will exchange
gifts at their Christmas
party Saturday night.
Kappa Sigs had a dinner
social with DPhiE Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday night, and a pledge
social with the Chi Os.

said, would be out erf place
as early as exams would
force them to be held.
Pike held its holiday
party last weekend.

Friday, Dec. 7,1962 The Florida Alligator

for national affiliation.
The Flight will choose
their own activities; for
example, if they wish,
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team, and as such may
possibly go to Mardi Gras
in New Orleans, as the
FSU Angel Flight plans
to do this year.

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The Florida Alligator Friday, Dec. 7,1962

Gators Smash Florida State 80-59 in Tally

By Robert Green
Assistant Sports Editor
Brooks Henderson and
Tom Baxley directed a
furious Gator attack last
night to give the Gators
£ satisfying 80-59 win
over arch-rival Florida
State in Tallahassees
Tully Gym.
Over 4,200 rabid FSU
fans watched the ending
of. a nine game win streak
on their home court and
an overall nine game
winning streak. For the
Gators, it was their first
win on a three game road
trip that will take them to
Lubbock, Texas, on
Saturday to face Texas
Tech, and their second
win against one loss.
Henderson pumped in
23 points, and Baxley, 15,
before Coach Norm Sloan
took them out with two
minutes to go and a 27
point Gator lead.
In addition to scoring,
the two Gold Coast guards
set up most of the other
shots by Dick Tomlinson,

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Brooks Henderson (standing) and Tom Baxley led the
the Gators to a win over FSU with fine scoring.
q 4 T Barbee, seven points, and the
n JSZ? St0 o kes > 9 and half ended, 38-33.
Bob Hoffman, 8.

The first half was close
all the way with both
teams taking turns
swapping the lead. With
about four minutes to go,
the Seminoles led by five,
27-22. Then Tom Barbee
sparked the Gators back
into the lead with a spurt

In the second half, the
Gators kept the pressure
on, and increased the lead
all the way. When the FSU
defense closed In on the
two guards, they passed
back to the outside men
for easy shots. On
defense, both Henderson
and Baxley stole the ball
several times and the
forwards, especially
Stokes, out-rebounded the
Seminoles.

Texas Tech, Tulsa Away Foes
-
In Weekend Basketball Action

The Gator basketball
team, who faced Florida
State last night, contin continues
ues continues its first extended road
trip with games against
Texas Tech in Lubbock,
Texas on Saturday, and
Tulsa in Tulsa on Mon Monday
day Monday in an attempt to im improve
prove improve its poor away re record.
cord. record.
Game time for both con contests
tests contests is 8 p.m. CST or
9 p.m. local time.
Texas Tech is defend defending
ing defending co-champion of the
Southwest Conference and
defeated SMU in a play playoff
off playoff to gain the NCAA re regional
gional regional berth. However,
loss of several key play players
ers players has dimmed their
hopes of repeating.
Biggest loss for the Red
Raiders was little Del Ray

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See Smaller Frosh Team

UF football recruiting
reaches its climax start starting
ing starting this weekend when
high school football play players
ers players are eligible to sign
grant -in aid scholar scholarships.
ships. scholarships.
The first official date
of signing will be Dec.
8, and the Gators expect
to sign fewer players than
last year.
Carlos Morrison
Stays Home
According to Assistant
Sports publicity Director
George Solomon, senior
forward Carlos Morrison
did not travel with the
basketball team to Talla Tallahasse
hasse Tallahasse because, he could
not miss his classes.
Morrison will not be
with the team when they
meet Texas Tech Satur Saturday
day Saturday tiight and Tulsa next
Monday. Solomon said
that Morrison will play
when the team meets
Wake Forest in Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Dec. 15.

Mounts, the 5-9 guard who
looked very good when
Tech lost to the Gators,
70-67, two years ago in
Gainesville.
However, Tech does have
good heighth in 6-8 Ha Harold
rold Harold Denny, 6-4 Bobby
Gindorf, and 6-5 Milton
Mickey.
Tulsa, a member of the
tough Missouri Valley
Conference, should be
one of the top teams the
Gators have all year.
They have very good
heighth with three play players
ers players over 6-6 and all but
one man over six feet.
The Golden Hurricanes
like to run and this could
prove to be a high scor scoring
ing scoring game. It will also
be a homecoming of sorts
for the UFs Mont Highly,

Reason for this is that
most of this years team
baa remained in school
and the coaching staff
feels they can fill the gaps
left by graduating sen seniors.
iors. seniors.
Usually about 40 fresh freshmen
men freshmen players are signed
each year with the school
limited to 140 total foot football
ball football and basketball play players
ers players on scholarship at any
one time.
The 1963 freshmen
schedule has not been an announced
nounced announced as of yet but three
games is the limit set
by the Southeastern Con Conference.
ference. Conference. One will be with
the Miami frosh in Miami
in a charity game.
The Navy plebe team will
be played this year in an
away game if Coach Ray
Graves can work out the
details. The other game
will probably be against
a SEC team, probably
Georgia or Auburn.
Gator recruiting is cen centered
tered centered mainly in the state
and the southern and At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta of Georgia.

who lives in Oklahoma
City and played for St.
Gregory Junior College in
the same state.
Going into last nights
game with Florida State
in Tallahassee, the Ga Gators
tors Gators showed a somewhat
lopsided record in away
games in the last two
years.
In Coach Norman Sloans
first year, the Gators won
six games outside of
Florida Gym, but three
were in neutral Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. Auburn, Geo Georgia,
rgia, Georgia, and FSU were the
only teams defeated on
their home courts.
Last season, only Ala Alabama
bama Alabama and Mississippi
were beaten in away
games with Navy a vic victim
tim victim in Gator Bowl play.
UF Cagers On TV
All of the excitement
of University of Florida
basketball will premiere
on Sunday, December 9
at 1:15 p.m. on WJXT,
Television 4 in Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville.
The program will feature
filmed highlights of im important
portant important games played
during the week
by Gator Basketball
Coach Norm Sloan and
WJXT Sports Director
Dick Stratton.



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PENN STATES BIG TWO
All-American end Dave Robinson (84) provides a blocking escort for halfback
Roger Kochman (46) as the Nittany Lions roll to a 9-1 season record. Penn
State beat Navy, 41-7; Air Force, 20-6; Rice, 18-7; Syracuse, 20-19; California,
23-21; Maryland, 23-7; West Virginia, 34-6; Holy Cross, 48-20 and Pittsburgh,
16-0. Their lone loss was to Army, 9-6.

[layers Set Up Practice Schedule
I In Preparation For Gator Bowl

I By Jared Lebow
I Gator Sports Editor
[While most students will
[e home Christmas Day,
|asking in the warm glow
If Yuletide cheer,
lloridas footballers will
[e bouncing off the cold
Lrf of the drill field.
I According to Offensive
Line Coach Gene Ellen Ellenlon,
lon, Ellenlon, the Gators will spend
Christmas day, and most
If their vacation, prepar preparing
ing preparing for their Dec. 29,
meeting with Penn State
p the Gator Bowl,
j Ellenson said that no
Ine is forcing the
fcators to practice on
Phristmas day. It was
pe players themselves
pho decided to workout
thristmas day. As a
patter of fact the players
lave arranged the entire
|re-bowl practice
Ichedule.
I People forget that the
Mayers are also
Itudents, said Ellenson.
rWe let them arrange the
chedule because they
lave final exams and
bmilies just like the rest
f the student body.
I According to Ellenson
he players decided to
l ld formal practice
eginning next Monday
nd ending Friday. From

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then on, until the end of
final exams, the players
will work out individually
or in small groups.
The players will take
three days off, Dec. 21,22
and *23. They then will
return to Gainesville and
practice here until the
day before the game.
Ellenson said that the
players voted to spend the
night before the Game in
Gainesville instead of
Jacksonville. Usually,
when the team plays in
Jacksonville, they go
there the day before the
day of the game.
The players were upset
by the atmosphere in the
hotel before the Miami

game, said Ellenson.
They were in a small
hotel with a great number
of alumni and players
wives around. It seemed
to get them off balance
for the game.
In addition to being
upset by the atmosphere
of the hotel, the Gators
were upset about losing
to Miami 17-15. They
think they are a better
team then that score
indicates, and they will
be out to prove it against
Penn State.
Three Gators, who were
injured in the Miami
game, will not play in the
Gator Bowl. Halfback Bob
Hoover is out with a
broken leg, end Billy Cash
injured his breast bone
and center Russ Staples
suffered a shoulder
seperation.

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Friday, Dec. 7,1962 The Florida Alligator

Nittany Lion Backfield
Very Statistical Group

Quarterback Pete Liske,
halfbacks Roger Kochman
and Junior Powell, and
punter Charles Raisig set
the statistical pace for
Penn States 1962 football
squad which won nine of
10 games enroute to the
Eastern title and a berth
in the Gator Bowl.
Liske set a Penn State
record for total offense
in one season by passing
for 1037 yards and run running
ning running for 255. His total
of 1292 erased the mark
of 1238 established by
quarterback Richis Lucas
in 1959. Liskes 1037
yards passing also was a
record, topping the 1025
compiled by Tony Rados
in 1953, as were his 12
touchdown passes which
topped the previous mark
of nine in one season.
Liske completed 56.2
percent of his passes,
hitting 91 times in 162
attempts. While 12 went
for touchdowns only four
wee intercepted.
Kochman led the Lions
in rushing with 652 yards
and a 5.4 average, in
scoring with eight touch touchdowns
downs touchdowns and 48 points, and
for 218 yards. He was

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fourth in pass receiving
with 12 catches for 254
yards and four touch touchdowns.
downs. touchdowns.
Powell led in pass re receptions
ceptions receptions with 32 (one
short of the school re record)
cord) record) for 303 yards and
three TDs, in punt re returns
turns returns with five for 33
yards, and in pass inter interceptions
ceptions interceptions with five for 140
yards in runbacks.
Runnerup honors in
rushing went to fullback
Dave Hayes with 291 yards
and a 3.9 average, while
fullback Buddy Torris
ranked third with 264
yards and a 4.1 average.
Dave Robinson was
second in pass receiving
with 17 for 178 yards and
Hayes was second in
scoring with seven touch touchdowns.
downs. touchdowns. Other high
scorers were Powell with
38 points, kicking spe specialist
cialist specialist Ron Coate j 30,
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Bowl game, Dec. 29, are
on sale at the stadium
ticket office, located in
the Office of Intercolli Intercolligiate
giate Intercolligiate athletic s.Tickets
are $6.00 apiece.

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