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Vol. 55, No. 56 University of Florida, Gainesville Wednesday, Dec. 12, 1962

Reitz Spurs Hopes
To Save Wauburg

UF President Dr. J.
Wayne Reitz last night
breathed a new spark of
life into Student Govern Governments
ments Governments plans to keep Lake
Wauburg in UF hands.
Hume Council
Gives Family
Happy Holiday
Christmas this year will
be merrier for one needy
Gainesville family of
seven thanks to the Fume
Hall Council.
A council committee has
raised $l5O in food and
gift certificates for the
family, recommended to
them by the County
Welfare Department. The
council originally contri contributed
buted contributed $25 and solicited
the rest from local
merchants.
Committee member Ed
Jackson said the family
lives on $35 a week,
earned by the father as an
agricultural worker. The
mother is expecting her
sixth child soon.
Those working on the
project were Ed Jackson,
Roger Bayer, Leslie
Schwartz, Glenn Hoffman
and Truman Scarborough.

Merchants Await Student Shoppers

By CAROL BULLER
Asst. City Editor
Gainesville merchants
are holding their breath
this Christmas season.
They are waiting to see
if the stepped-up
trimester final exam
schedule will affect
student Christmas shop shoping
ing shoping in town.
Most merchants plan
to stock up, advertise, and
sit tight.
Were geared for the
same volume as usual,
said Fred Stock of his
mens store. We just
hope it shows up.
This year exams are
scheduled over a single
week period with more
tests per day. In the past
students took tests over
a two-week examination

We believe we may
have a good possibility
now of being able to save
the Wauburg property for
the University, Reitz
said.
Declining to elaborate
further, Reitz said he did
not have a plan finalized
but did hint no final
decision would be reached
Dec. 17 when the bids on
the property are
scheduled to be opened.
Don Denson, chairman
of Student Governments
Lake Wauburg comm committee,
ittee, committee, said he felt
optimistic after
hearing Reitzs
statement.
The 7 2-acre section at
the south end of Lake
Wauburg, playground for
UF students, went on the
selling block last month
when the Athletic Asso Association,
ciation, Association, the owners,
opened bids in state
newspaper advertise advertisements.
ments. advertisements.
Situated about nine miles
south of Gainesville on
U.S. 441, the property in
question includes 48
cleared land acres and
24 acres under water.
Proceeds from the sale
were to go toward a down
payment on the Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Golf and Country
Club which the Athlectic
Association agreed to buy

period. Merchants could
count on students
wandering downtown in
free moments.
Although Christmas
volume may suffer, most
merchants agree that the
trimester system overall
is a good thing for local
businessmen. They all
report that September
was a boon to business
with students back
in school 15 days earlier.
Said one merchant .The
trimester cant help but
improve Gainesville
business but it will take a
full year to see the real
effect.
Businessmen are hoping
the third trimester will
offset any slack in Dec December
ember December and even increase

last July for $55,000.
Situated adjacent to the
72-acre site is 13-acre
Camp Wauburg, owned by
the UF and including stu student
dent student boating, picknicking,
swimming and volleyball
facilities.
Student Government and
other campuses organ organizations
izations organizations have been fight fighting
ing fighting to keep the lake pro property
perty property in UF hands ever
since the first announce announcement
ment announcement of a possible sale
was made last summer.
The UF Alumni As Association
sociation Association expressed ade adesire
sire adesire to buy the property
but do not have the funds,
Reitz said.
Officials have said the
association would have to
give up its Dollars for
Scholars program to fin finance
ance finance the lake purchase.
Student Body President
Bill Trickel said Student
Government has tried to
the lake pro property,
perty, property, 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 lakes facilities and
would provide $15,000
yearly in the future for
continued improvements
and upkeep.

total volume in compar comparison
ison comparison with the old plan of
a smaller summer school.
Points out Brooks
Schumaker, Jr., of a
downtown department
store, Although the
students have less liesure
time (to shop) they will
be here longer.
James Wonderlick,
president of the Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Merchants
Association, concludes
that everything con considered,
sidered, considered, Its better the
students be here a longer
period of time.
Wonderlick reports that
any day after 3p.m.there
are 50-60 students in his
department store. So far
this fall he has noticed
no less business than dur-

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Thats All Folks
Thats all, folks.
The first trimester edition of the Florida Alligator
ends its schedule today, so its staff can prepare
for next weeks final examinations.
Alligator staffers will put out its first issue
tentatively scheduled for Sunday, Jan. 6, 1963,
with a new editor, David Lawrence Jr., and new
names and ideas in its news and editorial columns.
Retiring after a year as Alligator editor is Bill
Curry, who was responsible for the Alligator
transition from semi-weekly to daily operation.
The entire Gator staff would like to wish its
readers a most wonderful holiday vacation.

ing the fall semester in
past years.
Other merchants say they
not had as many student
customers as in the past,
although they suggest
other possible factors be besides
sides besides the trimester sys system.
tem. system. One downtown de department
partment department store manager
said it could be because
some students dont know
the town yet or they would
rather wait until they got
home and let mama pay
for it, or the store is
too far from the campus.
Another merchant thinks
the campus is becoming
too self-sufficient
and that students are
buckling down more
under a heavier load.
A downtown shoe store

manager said he is not
getting student customer*
like he used to but so
far had blamed it on the
banks being closed on Sa Saturday.
turday. Saturday.
But Nat Robertson re reports
ports reports his jewelry store is
anticipating business as
usual with engagements
rings the biggest selling
item. Tis the season...
Although the greater
percentage of Gainesville
bisiness is still from
Gaines villians, mer merchants
chants merchants admit that studest
spending power is great.
They estimated from 10
to 40 per cent of all bus business
iness business was with students.
As one merchant pot
it, We certainly miss
them when theyre gone.



The Florida Alligator Wednesday/ Dec. 12/ 1962
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Page 2

Cut in Budget Foreseen

TALLAHASSEE (UPI)
- Gov. F arris Bryant
forecast Tuesday that up upwards
wards upwards of S3OO million will
have to be cut from the
proposed $1 billion bie biennial
nnial biennial state budget in or order
der order to fit spending to
income.
DECEMBER
GRADS
Congratulations
And best wishes on your
final exams. This is the
last publication of the
Alligator and the last
chance that we will have
to remind you to firm up
your moving plans early.
Get a head start at that
new job with the best
move in the world:
When It'* time to move
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Bryant made the pre prediction
diction prediction as the Cabinet
budget commission
opened hearings on bien biennial
nial biennial fund requests of a agencies
gencies agencies and institutions
totaling a record $1,128,-
000,000.
Actual trimming wont be
done until next February,
when all agencies have
had a chance to justify
their adking budgets and
revenue officials make a
final estimate of money
the state can expect to
collect from existing
taxes in 1963-65.
But the governor said
an earlier forecast by
Budget Director h arry
Smith indicated present
sources will raise be between
tween between SB2O million and
SBSO million during the
two year period.
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3 Books Chosen
For 'Red Course

TALLAHASSEE (UPI)
-The Cabinet" adopted
three newly-written text textbooks
books textbooks Tuesday for the
Americanism versus
Communism high school
course, one of which was
written by Federal Bu Bureau
reau Bureau of Investigation chief
J. Edgar hoover.
It is now up to the
county school boards to
order any or all of the
texts for use in class classrooms.
rooms. classrooms. There have been
some recent doubts that
money will be available,
but School Superintendent
Thomas D. Bailey said
recently he was confident
counties would find some
way to purchase the
books.
The texts were recom recommended
mended recommended by a 12-member
committee which studied
19 proposed texts for the
past six months.
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Senator Requests
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PENSACOLA (UPI)
Conversion of Pensacola
Junior College to a four fouryear
year fouryear degree-granting in institution
stitution institution is the only way
to meet the immediate
need for a college in West
Florida, State Sen. Scott
Kelly said Monday.
The Lakeland senator,
an expected candidate for
governor, said any other
program is a pie in the
sky because budget re requests
quests requests to the 1963 legis legislature
lature legislature are going to far
exceed anticipated
revenue.
be said the present
Pensacola facility can be
made operative asafour asafouryear
year asafouryear college for an out outlay
lay outlay of slightly more than
$1 million.
Talk of capital outlay
of SSO million for a new
college and campus is
not realistic because
money wont be available
and the need is for re relief
lief relief now, not 8 or 10 years
hence, he said.

A Star in the East.
A brown box that types
in the Alligator office.
Both bring a message.
The star spoke to f
mankind, for all eterni
The brown box speaks on
and on, through endless
boxes of paper, miles of
typewriter ribbon, as long
as someone is around to
tend it.
Its been a busy
trimester for the teletype.
The bells rang day and
night during the Mississi Mississippi
ppi Mississippi riots and the Cuban
Crisis. It clicked its Way
through an orbital flight
for Schirra and jingled
joyously when he landed
safely.
The bell tolled for Mrs.
Eleanor Roosevelt, for
victims of a plane crash,
and for miners in
Pennsylvania.
The bell rings on
schedule to signal
changing of regional news
circuits, it rings in the
night when there is no nobody
body nobody around to hear it.
It will ring on Christmas
Eve to let the world know
that Santa Claus is
coming.
It will ring on Christmas
day to let the world know
the Star still shines.
But, after all, the brown
box is only a loudspeaker
for the world.
It can only echo the
words of the common
man. And perhaps it will
never carry a message as
meaningful as the one
brought by an uncommon
Man, for whom no bells
ever rang.
His bell was a Star in
the East.
Bodies Recovered
CARMICfAELS, Pa.
(UPI) The last of the
bodies of 37 miners killed
in an explosion five days
ago was brought to the
surface Tuesday.
The 37 men were re reported
ported reported to have been killed
instaneously by the force
of the blast deep within
the soft coal mine.
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they have hit on a means
of tapping one of the
states most valuable re resourcesits
sourcesits resourcesits bright high
school graduates.
Recognizing that many
of the potentially brill brilliant
iant brilliant scholars turned out
by Florida high schools
were being lured out of
the state to colleges tra traditionally
ditionally traditionally demanding high
levels of accomplish accomplishment,
ment, accomplishment, a special program
has been set up to accom accommodate
modate accommodate them at home.
About 96 superior
students representing the
cream of Floridas high
school graduates are en enrolled
rolled enrolled in what is known as
the Invitational I- onors
Program.
Now in its second year,
the program includes 45
sophomores and 51 fresh freshmen,
men, freshmen, who scored an av average
erage average 486 points out of
a possible 495 in the Flor Florida
ida Florida College Placement
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Because of the high men mentality
tality mentality and motivation, the
group is allowed almost
as much latitude in pur pursuing
suing pursuing their studies as a
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Also we have study aids & references
to help you prepare for Finals in most
courses.
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Unusual Machine Aids Many

A maze of wires and
switches making up a
machine called an
electrocephalo graph
helps put many patients
at the UF Medical Center
on the road to happiness.
loused in the
neurlogy laboratory, the
unusual looking machine
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solves many an emotional
illness treatment
problem by detecting
Space Sent
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Materials of any form
sent into the atmosphere
all look alike eventually,
according to Paul Nunez,
graduate student in aero aerospace
space aerospace engineering.
A four-year project of
the aerospace engineer engineering
ing engineering department has borne
out this theory, Nunez
said. Objects subjected
to varying atmospheric
conditions were studied
with the result that all
looked somewhat like
nose cones if ablated for
long enough.

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organic diseases in the
brain.
Metal disks are attached
to the patients skull with
a substance called
betonite paste,
explained electrocephal electrocephalograph
ograph electrocephalograph technician Mrs.
Kay White.
Sensitive wires lead
from the disks,
transmitting brain waves
to a device which records
the fluctuations on data
sheets similar to a lie
detector.
The cause for about
50 per cent of the
seizures is still
unknown, Mrs. White
said. We do know an
organic disease of the
brain may create an
emotional illness.
Only rarely, Mrs. White
said, does an emotional
illness result in an
organic brain disease.
In the experimental
stage until World War 11,
the brain-wave machine
was first widely used in
military hospitals. Today
it is in almost constant
use at the UF Medical
Center as it is in most
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New officers were
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Officers elected were
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turope Pushes Educational Plan

Europeans are
determined to make
education available to a
larger proportion
of students than ever
before, according to UF
University College dean
Byron S. F ollinshead.
Dr. F ollinshead, who
just returned from a three
weeks survey of schools
and universities in
Scotland, Folland,
Germany, Austria and
Russia, said, 44 Most
European countries are
expecting to raise their
present compulsory
education requirement
for school attendance
from age 14 to 16.*
On a tour organized
by the Comparative
Education Society,
F ollinshead joined 58
educators including eight
college presidents in
studying reforms in
European education and
comparing these changes
with those taking place
in the United States.
According to
Follinshead, it was
difficult to generalize on
the differences noted
between European and
American education
because each countrys
educational system was a
reflection of its economic,
political and social
system.
Fowever, he said,
44 a1l countries have

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how to organize their
education. For example,
how much of the control
should be decentralized?
Fow much weight should
be given to religious
instruction? Fow can the
quality of teaching be
raised? What are the
best methods of
financing?
4 ln all the countries
visited, except Russia,
the proportion of students
finishing the high school
course enabling them to
continue into higher
education was below 10
per cent and the number
of those going on to the
universities did not
exceed five per cent.
According to the dean, in
Russia about 20 per cent
finish the high schools
and about 10 per cent
continue in universities.
In the United States about
65 per cent finish high
school and about one onethird
third onethird go on to higher
institutions, he added.
F ollinshead said he
doubted if Russian
education is generally as
good as Americans have
been led to believe.
Fe said there is no
doubt Russia is spending
a larger part of its budget
on education than most
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The Florida Alligator Wednesday, Dec. 12, 1962

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still do
* My friends, it is with a profound feeling that 1 leave the
University of Florida, shortly.
A profound feeling of disgust.
Those words printed in The Florida Alligator of May 18,1961
were written by graduating managing editor Dick Febert.
IN TFE SAME PAPER the managing editor-elec* donned his
rose-colored, glasses sat down at this typewriter and told the
world,

I could say that 1 hate everything and everybody but that
wouldnt be true. 1 could say, as Diok does, that I hate nice
guys but that would be picking on a minority.
Perhaps my greatest flaw in entering my new post is that I
like the University of Florida. I even like Albert.
One Albert, one Alberta and over 120 editions later, the same
writer, now a graduating editor and conspicuously minus his
pair of rose-oolored glasses, sat down at this typewriter and
reached the same conclusion.
Fe still liked the University of Florida.
But rereading Feberts last oolumn he found himself agreeing
with most of the vindictive leveled at the campus and its too
timid leaders.
And now, for better or worse, an overview:
Our student body appears to have grown up over the past
tew years. This growing up shows Itself in many waysin a
drop in extra-ourrloular participation, in resolutions on the more
significant issues of our times, in the growth of the llberal-versus llberal-versusoonservative
oonservative llberal-versusoonservative groups. Quiet integration at this University this fall
also spoke loudly of this maturity.
IS TP IS A TRUE student Intellectual renaissance or is the
University faoed with a larger number of students who realise
the importance of a college education for what it will do for
their security in the outside world?
UF history professor Dr. C.K. Yearley said in an Alligator
opinion survey two years ago that although the median of the
rtudent body has advanoed over the years there is an abeenoe of
p a sustained group of intellectually ourious persons.
i
And to he quite frank, many of us laugh at the types of which
1 Dr. Yearley speaks. Not understanding the intellectuals, we flock
to the Pub, and ignore the Campus Club type. In doing so, we
both loss touoh with mutual realitiesuseful servioes.
1
Yearley continued Whereas the over all level of the student
| body has increased because of higher entrance requirements we
$ are still loft with a medioore student body. The mark of a great
university lies in its nurturing a small but vigorous elite. I see
} no such group on campus. Only with self-sustained intellectual
I curiosity oan Florida ever hope to transcend its Disneyland
I atmosphere.


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I Alligator

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Managing Editor ThU Edition Jack Horan
Business Managar Gary Burk*
Sport* Editor Jored Lebow
City Bdltor ton Gorratt
foaturtt left tor , Fred Schneider
Wilt Editor .... Moryanne Awtray
AaaWant to tha Editor Sondy Swtitttr
food Ltfo Editor Becky Quinn
Assistant Business Manager Jay Fountain
Editorial AuUtonta Carol Bardolla < Alllgator-on-the-Alr),
Carol Bullof (Newt), David Hamilton (Editorials!, Phil Ktug (Photoi).
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Finals Are Bad,
He Heais Bells
EDITOR:
The last few nights,
while studying, I have
been rudely interrupted
by the chimes in the
Century Tower. The fact
is not that 1 am against
Christmas Carols but that
the chimes are very
disturbing when one is
trying to cram for final
exams which are
approaching at a deadly
pace under the present
trimester (trlmonster)
system. We all love
Christmas, but this year
we just don't have time
for it. The ringing of
chimes every night is only
a thorn in our sides and
a sarcastic reminder of
the fun that we could be
having. Every UF student
knows that the trimester
is the best thing since
the Edsel and we would
all rather sacrifice
Christmas than the fun funfilled
filled funfilled trimester.
Nick Whipple, lUC

BE*.

PARTING WORDS from an Alligator editor of two years ago,
Jim Moorhead, speak to men who preach that sermon:
TO TFE faculty, we say continue your resoluteness. The
fight of materialism vs. idealism is as old as man himself, and
a great deal of reward comes from simply knowing this all
through life," Jim wrote.
IT APPEARS that society is bent upon coming up with quick
answers for needs, but only its material needs. And business
is increasingly looking to the state universities as its arms.
Business apparently would destroy the values of a university
system just to win a few more space contracts.
It probably pains the true academician to see the state of
Florida suddenly excited about education, excited for the dollar
and cents reasons cf the space age. But these academicians must
realise that interest, regardless of intentions, is better for
education than no interest at all.
FLORIDA IS A CURIOUS plaoe today. The old order is passing
and many people don't really realise it. We assume that tomorrow's
leaders are automatically being bom in our law sohool. With
the tremendous increase in population the students on this campus
must realise that we are going to have to use new ideas to rise
in the new Florida. And we also owe a great obligation to the
state that educated us to come up with these new ideas and to
use them.
The University, too, must forget any selfish motivations it might
have and actively seek the proper role in the spaoe age Florida.
Its administrators must speak up louder, and speak up more
freshly.
EARLIER WE said that a drop of interest in extraourrioulars
was an Indication that the campus was growing up.
Extraourrioulars, however, can be one of the most valuable
ways by which a campus and its students can grow.
THS EDITOR thanks everyone who has given the Florida
Alligator and him that opportunity.
B.C.
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No Formulas
For Freedom
EDITOR:
A formula!or life denies
the function of the
Imagination and the mind.
A formula takes choice
from the individual and
gives him a corridor of
dreariness, fear of its
overlords, and mechan mechanical
ical mechanical kowtowing to its
ideal. If we define
Americanism we take our
freedom of choice from
ourselves.
Liberty means release
from formula, rather than
release from respon responsibility;
sibility; responsibility; it is freedom to
chose, even a formula,
we can only say
Americanism is liberty
and freedom; it is release
from formula.
Americanism is the
Individual upon which
liberty and freedom place
responsibility; responsi responsibility
bility responsibility of your own choice
and respect of others
freedom of choice. A
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Letter Praises
New Alligator
EDITOR:
Congratulations to you
and your staff on the new
Alligator. A1 Alsobrock
very kindly sends along
several issues with the
Florida Alumnus, and I
have Just received my
first three copies in the
newformat ands requency.
The appearance is
pleasing, thecoverage
good, the editorial oontent
responsible, and the
overall tone of the paper
is satisfying.
With best wishes, I am,
Fayette W. Parvin
The Ford Foundation
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formula for freedom is
impossible because
freedom is release from
formula.
Academic freedom does
not release the responsi responsibility
bility responsibility of. respect for
others freedom, but a
formula for freedom is
impossible. Good luck
Board of Control, and may
God help Florida and its
universities.
Matthew S. Moore, 3AS
Hells Bells!
He Can't Study
EDITOR:
It may not be apparent
to the musical department
on this campus that exams
are coming up shortly.
This fact can be shown
by the defecating noise
that came forth from the
Century Tower both
Friday and Sunday nights
for a minimum of 15
minutes.
The Century Tower is
very useful during the day
to Inform Btudents that
there is only 15 minutes
to get to olass. But it is
very disconcerting when
it started to ohime at
night giving forth a blast
of incoherent noise.
The noise can be heard
all over campus and is
very distracting when
students are trying to
study.
I would appreciate it
very muoh if the person
in charge of setting off
that infernal machine
would refrain from doing
so after classes are over
for the day.
Richard Bra we 3BA

Trimester Has Many Evils
Roughest Around Finals Time

EDITOR:
Finals are approaching,
and I can't help thinking
that the students are be being
ing being cheated. Granted the
trimester was short, too
darned short, but why
must the finals be pushed
together like the tri trimester?
mester? trimester? Also, why must
three hours finals be
given?
Florida State which is
also on the trimester sys system,
tem, system, has put their finals
to one and one-half hours,
and that isn't an easy
school either.
I won't harp on the
wrongs of the Trimester
System, but only because
there have been so many
before me that have found
much fault with it. My
concern now is with the
arrangement for the final
examinations.
Fow can students be
expected to do well on
finals when, in some
oases, they have only a
few hours in which to
study an entire trl-

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mester's work which is
actually the same amount
as a old semester's work,
just shoved into a shorter
time?
I can't see what anyone
will gain from a shorter
final period, except pos posibly
ibly posibly a shorter Christmas
vacation. Besides, no nobody
body nobody really enjoys their
vacation until after
grades have come out
anywayand some not af after
ter after then either.
So, why may I ask, is
the final period shorter?
Fo yes, 1 know, so that
the flunk-outs will equal
the drop outs this year.
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I Thank A Fool,
a Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
release starring Susan
Fayward and Peter Finch,
is little more than a far farfetched
fetched farfetched mystery plunked
down in English
countryside.
As the Florida Theatre
film begins, Miss
Fayward is in Liverpool
administering a mercy mercykilling
killing mercykilling to her lover. She
is prosecuted, found
guilty of manslaughter
and sentenced to eighteen
months imprisonment.
Upon her release, she is
hired by her prosecutor
to take care of his
confused wife.

Word Review

At various points in the
film, the finger of blame
is pointed at everyone
but the popcorn girl, and
before we are finished
two more peoplehave
died.
Faith, and theyre a
wicked loti
Suddenlyabout ten
minutes before the films
endthere is a frantic
tying of ,loose ends, love
rears its head at a
coroners inquest, and the
film is finished.
Unimaginatively di directed,
rected, directed, the movie depends
heavily upon its
European charm and
exaggerated suspense to
satisfy the public.

\ IN THE DARK

After 18 Months,
A Parting Salvo

Its been 18 months!
Ive seen and reviewed
the absolute worst and
some of the very best.
Now, my last column
and my swan song, so
to speak.
After 18 months of
reviews for the Florida
Alligator, its the end at
last. My constant refrain
of being over-movied
has sounded for the last
time.
I feel that my reviews
have taken my readers
through caverns
immeasurable to man.
Theyve gone from total
slander to utter flattery.

In these 18 months Ive
seen such miserable
nothings as Back
Street, Imitation of
Life and Kid Galahad.
And these have been
tempered by the
greatness of Guns of
Navarone, Breakfast
at Tiffanys and The
Manchurian Candidate.
Ive gone from movie
reviewing to managing
editor and willingly back
to movie reviewing and
features editor. Now Im
just going.
To thbse of you who
have sent hate letters lettersperhaps
perhaps lettersperhaps tonight will be
*
the time of Bacchanal. To
those of you who have read
and enjoyed my columns columnsits
its columnsits been fun having you
along.
Im kind of the last of
the old guard so to
speak. The old guard
included such con controversial
troversial controversial figures as
Nancy Mykel and John
Grant. Jared Lebow, Bill
Curry gobble Fleischman
and Maryanne Awtrey
constituted the rest of
the old guard. Only
Maryanne will be an
Alligator staffer next
trimester.
Its been a hectic year
and a half. Ive made
many friends, and
probably just as many
enemies. In the latter
category the only
indication Ive received
has been through letters
to the editor. Thank God
you all are not easily
motivated to write.
Succeeding me to the
movie throne is Mike
Doyle. Far more capable
than myself and with a
greater sense of
jest, Mike should prove
the best movie reviewer
to date.
It seems coincidental to
me that I should have
started writing my
column when Bill Curry
first took office as editor
now he is leaving and
strangely so am I.
Next semester has
promises of the best
Alligator yet.
My greatest joy upon
leaving is that Im leaving
the trimester behind.
Never has man devised
such abomination to bring
upon his fellow man.
To the 4-1, I bid
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Finals Will Test
Not Only Students

Finals always a
challenge apparently
will test more than just
the UF students this
trimester.
The final grades will
give the first concrete
evidence of the effects
of the new trimester
system on the entire
student body, according to
several UF officials.
Although the results
arent in, several
university heads recently
offered personal
observations and
speculations on changes
the new system will bring
and has brought to the UF.
UF Examiner Dr. John
V. McQuitty, also head of
the Board of Examiners,
feels:
The Board of
Examiners gives the
progress tests and finals
for the C courses. So
far, the scores on the
progress tests have run
about the same as in the
past.
Of course, the entrance
requirements were
higher for the freshmen
this year so we dont have
a true comparison.
The amount of material
covered in the C courses
is practically the same as
covered in the past,
McQuitty said. Some of
the faculty have
complained that they are
having trouble getting
through all of the
material, however.
According to McQuitty,
The basic problem is
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whether the students will
learn. *l do think they
will survive regardless
of their complaints, he
added.
Dr. Clarence Derrick,
head of the humanities
department, said The
exam period is what
concerns me the most.
If the students had more
time they could review.
As it is now, finals dont
provide them with
a chance to catch up.
I think well have the
trimester system for at
least the next three or
four years. If it werent
for the exam schedules,
we could live comfortably
with it, Derrick said.
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There are not many seats
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will suffer because of the
trimester system, but I
do think lighter academic
loads will result. I also
foresee a lessening of
extracurricular activi activities
ties activities as the students devote
more time to their
studies, Mautz said.
Students who have
studied will do all right,
but those who are
crammers wont
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Cordell Chops Way To Judo Crown

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motion promotion to brown belt.
The UFs Charles Jones
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160 lb. division and
Richard Dorsey took fifth
place in the unlimited
division which was won

by Cordell.
Other UF participants
were Kiyotaka Saji, Jack
Dunn, Richard McAleer,
Earnest Farden, Edd
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Other teams in the
tournament were from

Penn State Goes Navy
For Gator Bowl Prep.

University Park, Pa.,
Penn States football
squad will practice at the
U.S. Naval Academy in
preparation for its Ga Gator
tor Gator Bowl assignment a against
gainst against Florida.
The Nittany Lions will
drill outdoors at Anna Annapolis
polis Annapolis if weather permits.
In the event of bad wea weather
ther weather theyll be able to
work inside Navys field
house. Penn State has
no such indoor facilities
suitable for football
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The Lions will drill
at Annapolis from Dec.
17 through Dec. 22, when
theyll return to campus
and then to their homes
for Christmas. The 48-
man traveling squad will
reassemble Christmas
night for their trip to
Jacksonville.
In Florida, the Lions
will be quartered iq St.
Augustine and will prac practice
tice practice there Dec. 26-27-28.
The Gator Bowl game will
be played Dec. 29.

. v
Intramural Final
Standings
Orange League
SAE 490
SN 459
PKT ~.. 415
PDT 415
TEP 385
KS 378
SX 349
S?E 307
DTD 307
ATO 301
PLP 278
BTP 268
AEPi 260
KA 240
PiKA 240
TX 170
Blue League
XP 479
PKP 458
DU 446
PGD 416
TKE 370
DX 358
LXA 319
DSP 296
AGR 259
PEP 210
Ind. League
Lat. Amer 289
Fla. 11l 207
Olympians 193
Fla. 1 169
Scattered 3 158
Cory 150
SC&BA 136
KPsi 93
Fla. II 0
Off-Campus
Newman Club 300
CLO 167
Pres. S.C 117
BSU 83
Dorm Leagues
Murphree
Fie 5..... 277
Mur D 210
Graham
Fenderson 193
Brown 190
MacLachan 187
Sheally 177
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Gators Host Wake Forest Saturday

Ie finals getting you
? Do you find that
are studying more
enjoying it less? If
tride on down to the
da gym Saturday
t, where the
ising Gator basket basketteam
team basketteam plays host to
ii Bones McKinneys
idictable Wake
st Demon Deacons
3 final Gator outing
e the holiday Gator
1 Tournament at
lonville.
he Deacons, slow slowters
ters slowters last season,
ed like a million
rs in their red-hot
ch drive last spring,
finished like Silky
ran to go all the way
i NCAA quarterfinals
e losing to Ohio
es powerful
Byes.
rerall, the Atlantic
9 t Conference
ms finished the 1961-
impaign with a 22-9
ill mark after being
it one stage of the
The Deacons fin finwith
with finwith a 12-2 ACC
k d, one game better
he Duke Blue Devils,
le from the starting
e Forest lineup
rer is center Len
>ell, who last season
ged 30.1 points per
and was named to
ibout everyones All
lean squad,
h Chappell gone via
lation, the Demons
thus far been unim unimive
ive unimive and now sport a
eason record after
ing North Carolina
66-58 for their first
ry Saturday night.
9t year, the Gators
ared Bones boys 71-
ere in Gainesville
b a crowd of 6500 as
craper centers
tell and Cliff Luyk
d it out under the

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6-10 Senior Deacon
center Bob Woollard.
boards. Luyk outscored
the Deacon giant 24-21
as the Gators scored their
upset win.
The Gators returned to
Gainesville yesterday
after completing one of
their finest road trips in
recent years. Florida
crushed FSUs Seminoles
then headed west and
nipped Texas Tech 71-69
in overtime before
Tulsas Golden Furri Furricanes
canes Furricanes finally snapped the
soph-studded Gators
three-game win streak
85-79 Monday night.
So, the Gators will go
into the Saturday scuffle
with the Demon Deacons
sporting an overall 3-2
record. Senior forward
Tom Barbee continued to
improve and led the
Gators in scoring with 22
points, three more than
sophomore guard Brooks
F enderson.
Tom Baxley, despite
a recent slump thats seen
him produce only 18 points
in two gamesfar off his

8 Sr'
v \ M
TOM THE BOMB
Barbee, hit 22 against
Texas Tech.
early season form, still
leads the team in scoring
with 87 points in five
outings, a 17.4 average.
The steady F enderson is
second, with 85 points and
an even 17.0 average.
Sloan asserted Florida
would enter Saturdays
game as an underdog,
despite the fact that Wake
Forests record is poorer
than that of his own club.
Fe cited Wake Forests
two close losses to
Minnesota and Marquette,
then their eight-point
triumph over strong
N.C. State.

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Soviets Warn
Os New Tests

GENEVA (UPI) -The
Soviet Union Tuesday
warned of new nuclear
tests unless the United
States and Britain stop
testing by the end of the
year regardless o f
whether a ban agreement
had been reached by then.
Western observers
viewed the warning as
propaganda designed to
pin the blame on the Unit United
ed United States if the Soviet
Union resumes tests. Re Reliable
liable Reliable reports indicate the
Russians plan to announce
a unilateral moratorium
on nuclear tests after Jan.
1, no matter what happens
at the three-nation talks.
Soviet negotiator Semyon
K. Tsarapkin told Ameri American
can American and British delegates

to the nuclear tests ban
subcommittee of the 17-
nation disarmament con conference
ference conference that if the West
continues nuclear testing
beyond the end of this year
other nuclear powers
will take corresponding
action. 1
Costs Revealed
WASHINGTON (UPI)
Atty. Gen. RobertF. Ken Kennedy
nedy Kennedy said Tuesday it cost
the Justice Department an
estimated $406,508 to en enforce
force enforce federal court or orders
ders orders to integrate the Uni University
versity University of Mississippi be between
tween between Sept. 15 and Oct.
31.
India Alerted
NEW DELHI (UPI)-
India alerted its frontline
troops Tuesday for a re renewed
newed renewed Chinese Com Communist
munist Communist onslaught follow following
ing following rejection of Pekings
truce proposals and new
Communist warnings of
extremely grave bor border
der border provocations.
The latest Chinese warn warning
ing warning came on a note to
the Indian charge
daffaires in Peking com complaining
plaining complaining of nine new Indian
air force flights over
Tibet and some border
areas and asking if India
was trying to deliberately
disrupt the cease-fire.
Syria Warned
TEL AVIV, (Israel)
UPI-Premier David Ben-
Gurion warned Syria
Tuesday he will order the
army into action unless
border attacks against
Israeli farmers are stop stopped.
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