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Vol. 55, No. 71 University of Florida Friday, January 25, 1963

Trickel For Graham,

Splits With Fraternity

By DAVE WEST
Managing Editor
Student Body Pres. Bill Trickel
yesterday threw his support behind
presidential hopeful Jim Graham
of Student Party.
Trickel told a Student Party
jneeting he felt his obligations
to the Student Body transcended

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candidate Jim Graham and Student Body Pres. Bill Trickel
discuss Feb. 7 election.

American Way Said
Now Amoral, Immoral

An amoral and immoral world of
reality make up the American way
of life, Dr. Sylvan D. Schwartz Schwartzman
man Schwartzman of Hebrew Union College said
yesterday at a Religion-In-
Life luncheon..
"The coffee break has been sub substituted
stituted substituted for the hard work, thrift
and endurance of early America,
Schwartzman said.
Schwartzman, whose topic was
"The American Way of Life and
Our Search for Meaning, said
the ethics of democracy and re religion
ligion religion have been thwarted by the
expediency of the economic man.
The role of democracy in Amer America
ica America has been to be an example to
the rest of the world, Schwartz Schwartzman
man Schwartzman said. Even in the South
where segregation is practiced
people feel uncomfortable and know
it is wrong," be said.
Schwartzman said the American
way of life defies precise defini definition
tion definition but consists of a set of ideals
and away of doing things.
* Both are bound together in a
band of contradictions, Schwartz Schwartzman

political affiliations of his fra fraternity
ternity fraternity (Phi Gamma Delta) which
jumped to V.O.T.E. Party earlier
this month.
I have served with both
presidential candidates, and it is
my opinion that Jim Graham with
his experience and maturity
qualifies him as the best man
for president, Trickel said.

man Schwartzman said, "such as private en enterprise
terprise enterprise versus government con control,
trol, control, individual freedom versus ad administrative
ministrative administrative decree, dedication to
God versus the quest for material
things."
Schwartzman said the tech technological
nological technological revolution broke down the
old operational codes that
such basic issues as courtship and
marriage and "the sex that has
been introduced as the result of the
automobile."
According to Schwartzman the
difference is evident in Jewish life.
The first and second generation
Jews had an urge for education as
an end in itself. They had an
urge for success and expected to
work hard for it. They expected
to save and build for the future.
"The third generation of Jews
is only interested in an education
as a means to an end," Schwartz Schwartzman
man Schwartzman said. "Their outlook today
is to enjoy life, not to save but
to spend, not to struggle but suc succeed
ceed succeed in business without really
trying."

I am sure he will be one of
the finest presidents ever to serve
the Student Body, he added.
Many feel that because my
social fraternity is politically
supporting V.O.T.E. party that I
should not express my views as
to the qualifications and leadership
ability of Student Party candidates.
However, I cannot with a clean
conscience, remain silent, Trickel
said.
I have no political aspirations
in the outcome of this election
for I will be graduated this April,
he said.
My only desire is to see qualified
and experienced leaders continue
to expand our Student Government
and provide mature leadership,
Trickel said.
In a Student Party meeting held
last night at the Sigma Kappa sor sorority
ority sorority house about 200 candidates
and supporters heard:
an introduction of all candi candidates
dates candidates running on the slate.
a plea for financial aid for
the party.
a speach by Presential candi candidate
date candidate Jim Graham promising a clean
campaign.
excerps of the party platform
which will be released soon.
FSU Drowns
In SEC Swim
ATLANTA (UPI) Florida State
athletic director Vaughan Man Mancha
cha Mancha threw in the towel Thursday
on the Seminoles hopes for join joining
ing joining the Southeastern Conference in
the near future but insisted the
day would come whfen the confer conference
ence conference would open its doors.
The broad-shouldered former
University Alabama great
pointed otit that Florida State will
soon have 15,000 students, more
than any of the present 12 SEC
members now have, and that the
Seminoles are already
battling SEC teams on just about
even terms.
The day will come when the
Southeastern Conference will con consider
sider consider Florida State a valuable as asset,
set, asset, Mancha told United Press
International
But he agreed with speculation
that this would not be the year.
He said that he figured FSUs
hopes for admission lie either in
the SEC expanding to P 4 schools
or the withdrawal of one or more
of the present members.
Our admission would give the
conference 13 members and I can
wel 1 see how this would create
all sorts of scheduling difficul difficulties.
ties. difficulties. Mancha said.
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The Uni\ersity of Florida, a
conference member, made a pi pitch
tch pitch for Florida States admission
Thursday at a closed meeting of
SEC athletic directors and head
football coaches.

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Aristocracy Falls

In Cherry Orchard

Anton Chekhovs The Cherry
Orchard", a play concerning the
final stages of disintegration of an
aristocratic Russian family, opens
on campus Wednesday, February
20, in the Norman Hall Auditorium.
Staged by the Florida Players,
the campus drama group, the play
will run through Saturday
February 23. The curtain rises
at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday and
Thursday, and at 8 p.m. Friday
and Saturday.
The turn of the century drama
is a tale of conflict between the
fading Russian aristocracy and the
rising wave of the bourgeois.

NEWS IN BRIEF

U.S. to Defend
NEW DELHI (UW; Reliable
sources said yesterday American
and British Air Forces will take
over the air defenses of Indias
interior if there are signs Com Communist
munist Communist China is preparing heavy
bomber raids.
The United States and Britain
already have agreed to rush fighter
squadrons to India in the event
of Red bombing strikes, according
to the sources.
Freeze Warning
MIAMI (UPI) A deep-freeze
cold wave rolled into Florida
yesterday threatening more
damage to fruit groves hard hit
in December by the worst freeze
of the century.
A wind shift in the afternoon
eased the threat to the Southern
part of the state, where tender
vegetable crops like beans and to tomatoes
matoes tomatoes were badly hurt by the
freeze a month ago and were re replanted.
planted. replanted.
But the weathermen said the
threat was still critical to most
of the Central Florida citrus
groves.
Desegregation
COLUMBIA, S.C. (UPI) The
South Carolina legislature
abruptly adjourned yesterday,
blocking a proposal to close

The tradition-minded family is
incapable of action when a wealthy
merchant tells them they must
destroy the cherry orchard,symbol
of past family glory, and turn the
site into a housing development in
order to regain some of their lost
fortune.
The merchant, once a peasant
on the family estate, is represen representative
tative representative of the new heirs to Russia
clever, energetic and strong-but
lacking the breeding, sensitivity
and education of the aristocracy,
a lack which renders him as
inadequate as the aristocracy.

Clemson Colleges School of
Architecture which Negro Harvey
Gantt will enter Monday.
Rep. Red Bethea, a segrega segregationist
tionist segregationist who sponsored the measure
said the action "cut the feet out
from under 90 per cent of the
people of South Carolina.
Bethea and another'
segregationist, Rep. Mitchell Ott
of Orangeburg, had prepared two
resolutions designed to keep Gnatt
from staying at the school.
Italian Bases
ROME v UP 1) -The Italian cabinet
has endorsed a new nuclear
strategy believed to involve the
dismantling of U.S. Jupiter bases
in Italy and their replacement with
seaborne Polaris missiles.
Threats of mass protest demon demonstrations
strations demonstrations were sounded in the
chamber of deputies by Palmiro
Togliatti, leader of the Italian
Communist party which is the
largest in the West.
Conclave Here?
TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Gov.
Farris Bryant said yesterday
Floridas chances were "very
good for getting the Democratic
national convention in 1964.
* If a poll of the national com committee
mittee committee was taken, the governor
told his news conference," Florida
wr ld win hands down. Everybody
wan. i to comedo Florida.



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The Florida Alligator Friday / January 25j 1963

Dells Keeping
Girl at House
Delta Tau Delta's are keeping
a girl right in the fraternity
boose.
Dells say her big brown eyes
and playful manner have won their
hearts.
Her favorite pastime is watching
the brothers take showers, waiting
until their backs are turned and
scampering away with their shower
shoes.
Each morning she awakens the
boys by nibbling at their ears earsbut
but earsbut even Horn Saver, Delt house housemother,
mother, housemother, approves of this girl.
In fact, it was puppy-love at
first sight for the fraternity boys
and Taudee, (short for Tau-Delt)
a six-month old puppy part spitz
and part chow.

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Crispy French Fries. Cole Stow. Hot Rolls & Butter
MACS HOUSE
520 S.W. 2nd. Ave.

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Karen Roberts, 2 UC, of St.
Louis, isan Alpha Chi Omega
political science major. A
transfer from Stetson, she
lives in Jennings Hall.

Baptists to Host
Indian Festivity

Republic Day of India will be
celebrated at 7:30 p.ra. Saturday
in the Baptist Student Center.
According to India Club Pres.
Harpal Maur, Republic Day
is the biggest holiday of the year
in India.
UF Welcomes
No Hypnotism
By Amateurs
Amateur hypnotists arent
welcome at the UF.
So says Dean of Student Affairs
Lester L. Hale, two campus
psychiatrists and a psychologist.
Hypnotism is regarded as an
instructional and professional
technique and should only be
practiced in an educational
situation, Hale said. Any
situation involving hypnotism out outside
side outside of this boundary is subject
to considerable concern.
Although their is no specific
ruling on hypnotism, I would,
however, look with great
seriousness on students involved
in the practice of hypnotism,
Hale said.
* Amateurs shouldn't toy around
with hypnotism, psychiatrist Dr.
Louise Jackson said. It can induce
an overly-dramatic situation which
could be potentially harmful.
Dr. P. E. Regan, chief
psychiatrist at the UF Medical
Center, said Hypnotism can be
a useful technique when used
safely, but if misused, it can be
dangerous.
(
Emphasizing the danger
of amateurs playing with
hypnotism, a UF psychologist said
it would be possible for an amateur
to place his subject into a deep
hypnotic trance through suggestion
from which it would be extremely
difficult to awaken him.
All agreed hypnotism as a
medical tool can be invaluable,
but in the hands of the amateur
it can be a dangerous plaything.

C3lcu.SSlfi.ecl

SECRETARY NEEDED must be
proficient in typing and shorthand.
5 1/2-day week. Good salary and
pleasant working conditions.
Interesting work for qualified
person. Write or telephone for
interview. Scruggs & Carmichael,
P.O. Box 136. FR 6-5242.(67-tf-c).
RUBY'S alterations. 1238 SW 3rd
Ave., across street from admin administration
istration administration building. (71-2 t-c).
MENRoom for rent. Separate
from main building. 'Telephone,
maid service. 372-0117. (71-lt-c).
FOR SALE Ducati 98 motorcycle
OH -V, 100 mpg. 3,400 miles.s2so
FR 2-1876 after 6 p.m.(71-2t-c).
FOR SALESilver Pigeon motor
scooter, 1961 model. Good condition
FR 2-4032 after 6, (71-3 t-e).
FALCON, 61, Fordomatic, R & h
excellent condition, below list
price. FR 6-8572. (71-2 t-c),
FOR RENTFurnished house, 2
bedrooms (four beds'*, nice living
room, electric range in kitchen,
shaded lot. Immediate occupancy,
FR 6-3177. (7i-2t-e>.
TWO GERMAN antique wall clocks
circa 1880 s. Excellent condition.
Perfect operating order with pen pendelum
delum pendelum and gongs. Sat-Sun. 9-4.
1331 NE Bth St. <7l-31-cV,

This is our 13 anniversary as
a republic, Maur said, marking
the day in 1950 when India became
a republic and completely in independent
dependent independent of Great Britain.
There are processions in all
the towns and cities in India, and
the air force, navy and army also
parade in celebration, he said.
Inida became a Dominion on Au August
gust August 15, 1947.
Dean Lester L. Hale will serve
as master of ceremonies for the
program. Two movies, Madbya
Pardesh (or Central Province in
translation), and India, Repub Republic
lic Republic Day 1961 will be shown.
The program will also include
a dance presentation, a chorus (or
Kavali), and a monologue.
This will be the fourth year that
Republic Day of India has been ce celebrated
lebrated celebrated on campus. The India
Club, formed last year, will be
sponsoring the event for the se second
cond second time.
In 1960 and 1961 the celebra celebration
tion celebration took place more or less in informally,
formally, informally, said Maur.
About 200 people are expected
to attend the celebration this year,
according to Maur.
Maur said there are about 44
students and five faculty members
from India at the UF. Dr. AH.
Gropp, assistant dean of the
College of Arts and Sciences, is
faculty advisor of the India Club.
Dr. Hartmann
Gives Address
Morals and Politics Strange
Bedfellows? will be the topic of
a speech by Dr. Frederick
Hartmann at the Wesley Foundation
Sunday following a 6 p.m. dinner.
Hartmann is professor of
International relations in the UF
Department of political Science.
He is currently running for the
seventh district seat on the
American Association of
University Professors (AAUP)
council.
All interested students are
invited to the supper, dinner and
discussion following. Additional
information may be obtained from
the Wesley Foundation.

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with removable hardtop, wire
wheels and beater. Make an offer.
FR 2-9743 after 6 p.m. weekdays.
(68-4 t-c).
WANTEDCIerks to assist witn
selling mens and ladies clothing.
Ropers Factory Outlet, 602 NW
3rd Ave., facing Central Plaza
Shopping Center. (69-3 t-c).
1962 AUSTIN HEALY Sprite
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Excellent condition. Heater and
tonneau cover. Very reasonable.
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. Mrs. Phyllis Durell, private secretary to Pres.
Reitz.
Secretarys Work
Is Seldom Routine

A job thats different every day.
Thats how Mrs. Phyllis Durell,
private secretary to Pres. J.
Wayne Reitz, finds her job. Few
routine duties are actually involved
in the bulk of her work.
Its all in a days work to plan
a luncheon, find and write
biographical information on
persons calling on Pres. Reitz,
and make up guest lists.
I work with Mrs. Reitz
a considerable amount of time,
Mrs. Durell said, checking to
see there is no conflict with the
presidents work and home
schedule when accepting
invitations.
Mrs. Durell helps Mrs. Reitz
with official receptions, banquets
and teas.
I dont know how to do most
of these things, Mrs. Durell
added, but I know and can get
the people who can.
The most difficult part of her
job is keeping Pres. Reitzs
appointment calendar sufficiently
free so he is able to do things
well.
He always seems to have more
C*s Record
Hours Listed
Humanities Listening Hours
are a aid to the C-5 student and
should be taken advantage of,
according to Jack S. Funkhouser,
C-5 instructor in charge of the
Listening Hours.
The Listening Hours offer the
student an opportunity to get better
acquainted with music involved,
he said.
The Listening Hours for C-51
are: Tuesday 8-9 p.m., Thurs Thursday
day Thursday 6-7 p.m., Sunday 8-9 p.m.
The Listening Hours for C-52
are: Tuesday 7-8 p.m., Thursday
5-6 p.m., Sunday 7-8 p.m.
* Listening Hours for C-51 and
C-52 are held on the fourth floor
of the library in the listening
rooms.

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appointments than he can take care
of, Mrs. Durell said.
Mrs. Durell was secretary to
Reitz before he was appointed
the president of the University.
Her official title now is admin administrative
istrative administrative assistant to the president.
Celebrate
New Year
If you missed New Years Eve
celebrations its not too late to
do something about it.
Chinese New Years Eve is
Saturday nignt.Some 45 Chinese
students enrolled at the UF will
celebrate with a party at the
International Center, starting at
6 p.m.
The Chinese New Year is a
joyful, celebration and is the
biggest of all Chinese feast days.
The holiday is to pay respect to
Chinese ancestors.
The mid-winter feast of the
Chinese actually begins Jan. 25,
when the new moon rises. The
Orientals go by the lunar calendar.
George and Bernice Kao are
coordinating the event for Chinese
students and families on campus.
Several families will participate
in bringing food to the party.
* Its something like American
pot luck, Mrs. Kao said. All the
food served will be traditional
Chinese dishes, served American
style.
The party will end with bridge
for the adults and students, and
games for the children.
Chinese students and faculty are
planning to organize their own club
in the near future.
Club Rendezvous
Ballad singer A1 Harris, will
gn tonight at 8 at the Club
rendezvous dance in the basement
of the Florida Union.
The floorshow will begin about
9:50 p.m. Dance music is provided
by a free juke box.

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The Florida Alligator Friday. January 25. 1963

Graeffe Authors
Serious Followup

Dr. Didier Graeffe, author of
Odysseus and the Women, said
yesterday he plans to follow up
his work with another reading
play based on the trial of Socrates.
This new work, which Graeffe
plans for presentation this fall,
will depart from the comedy vein
of Odysseus and the Women
attended by capacity crowds^.
Ive always been fascinated
by the trial of Socrates, said
Dr. Graeffe, And I would like

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to see what I can do with it.
It will be a serious play, I don't
want to attempt another comedy
at this time.
The next presentation of
Odysseus and the Women will be
March 9 at Florida Presbyterian
College in St. Petersburg.
Dr. Graeffe is with
campus reception of his comedy
and said he was surprised the
audiences could be kept interested
in two hours of talking.

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Receiving a $250 scholarship for training in
health education at the UF is Mary Ann Kennedy
(right) junior from Miami. The scholarship, offer offered
ed offered by the Florida Division of the American Cancer
Society, is granted each trimester to a worthy stu student
dent student pursuing a career in health education.

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f DRIVE-IN THEATRE
Last Time Tonite
"Manchurian Candidate"
Frank Sinatra
Plus
Teenage Millionaire"
Jimmy Clanton
Sat. 26th
"Legend of the Lost"
John Wayne
Plus
"Notorious Landlady"
Kim Novae
Also
"Rome Adventure"
Troy Donahue
Syn & Mon.
"Its Only Money"
Jerry Lewis
Plus
"The Trap"
Richard Widmark
Tues. & Wed.
Free Show
"Women Obsessed"
Susan Hayward
also
"The Wild River"
Montogomery Clift

...The men of Sodom were wicked and sinners
before the Lord exceedingly ... genesis, xiii, 13
SOdom and
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From left to right are:
Dr. Margaret Waid,
chairman of the societys
public education com
mittee, Dean D.K. Stanley
of the College of Physi Physical
cal Physical Education and Health,
Dr. Dora A. Hicks, chair chairman
man chairman of prof essional
health education and Miss
Kennedy.
Hub Hosts Hop
For Swingers
The second Gator Hop of the
winter trimester will be held from
8:30 to 12:30 Saturday night up upstairs
stairs upstairs in the Student Service Cen Center
ter Center (Hub)..
Lyn Thornes and the Playboys
will provide the music. The snack
bar downstairs will be open dur during
ing during the dance.
About 700 people came to the
dance held in the Hub last week.
According to Gator Hop chairman
Jon Williams.
I was very pleased with the
attendance, Williams said, and
I am glad that Student Government
and Food Service can cooperate
in sponsoring these dances.
Dress for the dance is casual.
A Gator Hop is also scheduled
for Saturday, Feb. 2.
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8 SOLES put on in 15 minutes I
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Seagle Doors
Opening Again
In September
Georgia Seagle Hall, shut down
last June for a revamping job, win
be reopened in September.
According to J. Francis Coopei
manager of the Georgia Seagie
Trust there were two reasons for
remodeling the hall. First, the
building was in terrible condition.
Secondly, he said we wanted
to have a chance to start anew
and make some organizational
changes, mainly to put more
emphasis on religious training.
Plans call for house-parents
at the new Seagle Hall.
The remodeled house will have
larger rooms, a better fire escape
system, and will house 60 men.
Remodeling will cost about
SIOO,OOO.
When the building was vacated
in June the Georgia Seagle organ organization
ization organization disbanded according to
Cooper the boys that belonged
to the old organization wont
necessarily belong to the new
group.
This April the board of directors
* who represent various Gainesville
churches, will start interviewing
applicants for membership.
The board judges applicants on
four points; Christian character,
financial need, scholarship and
extra-curricular activities.
But Cooper stressed that In
the future we will give stronger
consideration to a boys religious
assets.
The cooperative is subsidized
by the Georgia Seagle Trust Fund
which draws income from about
$500,000 worth of Gainesville
property holdings.
Georgia Seagle members get
their rooming free but pay dues
of about $45 per month to cover
meals. \JEach member is expected
to work three hours per week in
the house, waiting tables and doing
other jobs.
Georgia Seagle Hall was founded
in 1946. The house and property
holdings were a gift from Mrs.
Georgia Seagle Holland, for the
expressed purpose of establishing
the trust fund and Georgia Seagle
Hall. It was her wish that the hall
be non-denominational and would
be open to all worthy young men
of limited means.
Last spring when the directors
of the trust decided to vacate the
house they received bitter protests
from some of its members.
Rather than being thankful for
what they had been getting, some
of the boys really fussed because
we were taking something away
from them. Cooper stated.



p A Response To Rockwellw|
I 'Piles of DeacPl

Does considering the piles of dead exclude consideration of
Rockwells ideas? On the contrary, ideas whose outcomes lead men
to such monstrous deeds against their fellow men, are indeed worth
considering but only as monstrous ideas.
Our contemporary Nazi does indeed have to choose between
frustrating hypocrisy and bitterer persecution the hypocrisy
of having to hide the ugly facts of Nazi outcomes behind a high screen
of ideological double-talk, or the persecution he fabricates and imputes
to others.
We next come to what promises to be the political program of the
ANP. But not quite. First Rockwell must distinguish for us the
difference between his program and Hitlers Naziism on several counts.
First, the admittedly petty grounds that Rockwells Nazis do not
wear jack-boots or German uniforms, do not bear German titles,
and that Rockwell does not look the least bit like Hitler. The grounds
are petty only in that Rockwell does not state the more telling points
that the ANP considers the wearing of its own uniform an important
part of its propaganda of intimidation; that he is without fail referred
to in his publications as Commander Rockwell or The Commander
while his subordinates bear titles like Lieutenant; that his picture
and name are used in much the same way that Hitler required the
use of his picture and name. (In an issue of the National Socialist
Bulletin which came into my hands (Issue No. 7), of the 16 photographs
shown, 10 depicted ANP members in various public appearances,
wearing the ANP uniform Including swastika arm-bands; show Rockwell
and his family; references are to Commander Rockwell, The
Commander or Lieutenants Burros, Ryan, etc.).
Second, the ANP does not believe in or preach dictatorship.
What form of government does the ANP believe in? We go on to
discover that it is authoritarianism not equalitarianism. What
authority, other than Rockwell's is to exist in this modification of
Hitlers pioneering experiment in government? Rockwell does not
say. Such a serious omission can only mean that he does not intend
to share authority once it is in his hands. How this differs from
Hitlers Fuhrerpricip (leader principle) is not at all clear nor does
Rockwell enlighten us about it.
How is the transfer of power into Rockwells hands to be
accomplished? By counter-revolution, is the answer. Now, I know
of no revolution in this country since the one ending in 1783. But
Rockwell's counter-revolution, at least in his terms, is not aimed
at that one, since in these same paragraphs he Invokes the Founding
Fathers as if they were his own. It is aimed at the Judeo-liberal
Marxist social revolution (Beautiful phrase, that. It is very similar
to Zoroastro-purpureal Platoist serial convolution and has about
as much meaning), which has perverted the golden mean of ordered
freedom. Please dont misunderstand me. I know perfectly well what
these words and phrases mean. That is to say, for example, that I
know the several meanings of ordered, and I know (at least in a
general way) what freedom means. But no matter how I put them
together in a phrase, as ordered freedom, it Just doesnt make
any sense. Does it mean freedom thats ordered as one would order
something from a store clerk or catalogue; or, freedom that's
ordered as an officer orders a subordinate to march; or, freedom
that is ordered as one would order or arrange a group of numbers;
or, freedom that is ordered as, say, a Trappist monk is ordered
that is, ordained; or, finally, freedom that is ordered in which
freedom and ordered are used in some special, perhaps secret,
sense?
Let me make believe for a moment that it doesnt matter that I
dont understand Rockwells usage of some words, but that I,
nevertheless, am convinced by the cogency of the arguments for
his thesis namely, that some group has succeeded in taking over
the power of government and that the group is using such power for
its own aggrandizement. To make this supposition more plausible,
the take-over will have had to occur a long time ago -- at least
as early as 1914 and probably earlier, since as Rockwell points out,
this group has used at least two world wars to gain its end. To have
working, figure, let us say that it occurred some 60 years ago,
or about 1900 (a date which is picked by Rockwell, as well).
Think of all the thousands of men and women who have served
as u. S. Presidents, Vice-presidents, Supreme Court, and other
Federal Justices, Senators, Congressmen, Cabinet members, and
the many more thousands of those who have served as state and
city officials. Now, if Rockwell is right about the power of this
nefarious group, then either they were all, or almost all, dupes of
the group that holds the real power, or else they were all, or almost
all, members of the group.
Let us fantasize some more. Let us accept this fact that Indeed
for a long time government officials of any consequence were duped
by, or were members of this Judeo-liberal Marxist group. The.
logical outcome of Rockwells system of authoritarianism and
ordered freedom would then impel me to throw my lot in with
such a group to acknowledge its right to rule, rather than to Join
Rockwell and to recognize his right. For, either this group had
produced some of the greatest men of recent history- men like the
two Roosevelts, the two Tafts, Wilson, Holmes, Cardoza, Marshall,
Hull, among others in tht country, Baldwin, Churchill, De Gaulle,
Masaryk, Paderewski, Ghandi, Smuts, Popes Pius XI and XII, and
others, abroad (I have deliberately chosen men whose stand for
egaliterianism and against authoritarianism is well established); or
else the group in power is so select, so superior, that it can sucess sucessfully
fully sucessfully manipulate men of such caliber and stature at will* In either
case, from Rockwell's point of view such a group, by virtue of its
superiority, is the natural ruling power of the world and should be
so acknowledged.
But enough of our fantasy. Let us go on with Rockwell.
The third point on which Rockwell denounces the claim that he
is but a weak carbon copy of Hitler, is that he (Rockwell) is not a
narrow nationalist or chauvinist. In support, he quotes from something
called the Cotswold Agreement in which the protection and promotion
of the Aryan Race and its Western Civilization is promised
regardless of nationality.
(Continued Monday)

By PINCUS GROSS
(Continued from Thursday)

It Takes Much More
Than A Shoe-Shine

Dont discount the shined shoe
and the bright smile, but employers
are looking for more-much
more-from todays college
graduate.
Key word in the employers
search for talent and the graduates
search for a job has become
direction.
That is the advice from two
men who should know, UF Place Placement
ment Placement Director Maurice Mayberry
and H. L. Phillips who is on
campus this week to interview
engineering seniors for the
Martin Marietta Corp. Orlando
Division.
We are not looking for the
pre-cut career man,' Phillips
said, but we do look for the man
with a sense of direction, the
graduate who knows what he
wants.
In this relation, we are
encouraged by the student who
asks intelligent questions on the
level ofv work to which he might
be assigned, the financial position
of the company, where he will
be located and related topics,
said Phillips.
Appearance can't be dis discounted.
counted. discounted. We like to see a man
who looks as if he takes care of
himself. He may be called on
V
Honor Code
Umbrellas Up
Next Week
Twenty-five honor umbrellas'
will be available on campus next
week according to Rachael Cohen,
secretary of school traditions.
Miss Cohep is working with Ro Robert
bert Robert Sniffin, head of the lost and
found department, and Student Go Government
vernment Government Service Organization
(SGSO) in getting the umbrellas
painted and distributed to main
campus building.
The twenty-five umbrellas, do donated
nated donated by the lost and found de department,
partment, department, will be painted orange
and blue and hung on racks at the
main entrances of the chosen
buildings.
We want students to have pro protection
tection protection from sudden rain but (he
success of the project depends on
how much students are willing to
cooperate, said Miss Cohen.
Students borrowing honor um umbrellas
brellas umbrellas will be expected to return
them the following day.
We're hoping that the umbrel umbrellas
las umbrellas will be brought back to the
place they were taken from, but
if not, we will collect them and
place them where they belong,
Miss Cohen said.
If the honor umbrella pro project
ject project is a success more of the
bumbersboots will be made
available U ter *** February 12
lost and found auction.

Friday. January 25, 1963 The Florida Alligator

to represent our company, so dress
and general appearance
necessarily have some bearing
at the time of the interview.
continued Phillips.
Some employers have had to
make adjustments to fit their hiring
schedules to UFs trimester, but
no effect on their hiring habits
have been noted. The'trimestered
Florida grad can expect neither
advantage nor disadvantage in his
job seeking,according to Mayberry.
There are currently 6-10 em employers
ployers employers a day interviewing on
campus. The peak for the winter
trimester is expected the first
two weeks of February.
The demand from employers
covers practically all fields.
According to Mayberry, We hear
much about the increasing demand
for engineering and scientific
graduates. But there has been, and
still is, perhaps an equally great
demand for nontechnical
personnel.
While competition for the
graduate remains high, getting a
job isn't just a matter of letting
your availability be known. May Mayberry
berry Mayberry says that there was a time
when employers entered the field
with a fish net, but now they use
a hook.
The placement director stressed
the importance of a student,
developing an extensive job jobhunting
hunting jobhunting campaign, leaving nothing
to chance.
What does an employer look for
at the time of the interview?

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Phillips says, that in addition to
the sense of direction, his
company looks for a mans ability
to sell himself.
We want a person who is able
to communicate, the man who can,
tell us something about himself.
Grades count, but are not the
absolute determining factor, he
said.
We like to see a pattern of
success in a person.

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The Florida Alligator Friday / January 25, 1963

alligatox*
editorials
The Paper's Aim: All the news with decency out only limit
mr. cardona
it's not too often that UF students and faculty
get the opportunity to listen to a speech from a
man who turned down the offer of president of
his own nation to become a president in exile.
Next Monday night at eight P.M., a soft-spoken,
mustached heavy set man probably wearing horn hornrimmed
rimmed hornrimmed glasses will step before what should be a
packed Law Auditorium audience to speak, on the
tonic Cuba Today.*
This man is sixty-year old President of the Cu Cuban
ban Cuban Revolutionary Council and former Cuban Prime
Minister. His name? Dr. Jose Miro Cardona*
A moderate, Cardona was once known as Cuba*s
leading criminal lawyer and is known internationally
as an authority on penal law.
Cardona, whose lawyer son Jose Miro Torra took
part in the disastrous April 7, 1961 Bay of Pigs
Invasion and was captured as a result, played a
major role in the ousting of former Cuban dictator
Fulgencio Batista in 1958 and aided Castros rise
to power.
Upon Castros successful overthrow of the Bat Batista
ista Batista regime, the bearded-one named, Cardona his
former law professor at the U. of Havana, to the
high post of prime minister. Thirty-eight days la later,
ter, later, on February 13, 1959, Cardona resigned his
post, refusing to go along with Fidels plan to re reopen
open reopen Havanas gambling casinos.
Still believing his former pupil to be a demo democratic
cratic democratic individual and not a dictator, Cardona agreed
to become Cubas ambassador to Spain after turning
down Castros offer as president. Recalled from
Spain when the nations broke relations, hewasasked
to become Cubas ambassador to the U.S. He ne never
ver never assumed his post.
For, on July 5, 1960, following a wave of deflec deflections,
tions, deflections, Cardona announced that the ideological do dovergences
vergences dovergences between the aims of the government
and my conscience are now insurmountable.
Resigning his professorship, he took refuge in
the Argentine embassy and in October entered the
U.S. on a safe-conduct pass, charging in Miami that
Castro had turned his nation into a Communist
headquarters in the Americas.
Serving as mediator between the various differ differing
ing differing anti-Castro groups, Cardona molded the Cuban
Revolutionary Council from the approximate 187 di different
fferent different counterrevolutionary splinter groups
April 8, 1961 Cardona called for all Cubans
to rise against those who betrayed the re revolution,
volution, revolution, and to expel the tyrant from our soil.
Nine days later came the disastrous Bay of Pigs
Invasion. Shortly thereafter, Cardona called the in invasion
vasion invasion a setback but hot a defeat.
Later, Cardona referred to the struggle against
Castro as a fight of theCubansandby the Cubans,
and asserted that America should not interfere
militarily.
Most Cubans thought at first that Fidel Castro
would be the saviour of Cuba. Now that this
image is shattered and his true identity revealed,
many Cubans are looking for a real liberator.
Miro Cordona today stands as the leader of Cuba Cubain
in Cubain exile. Tomorrow, who knows? If you attend
Monday nights speech, you will see the man who
just may someday become the president of a truly
free Cuba.
The Florida Alligator
Editor-In-Chief David Lawrence Jr.
Managing Editors Maryanne Awtery
Ben Garrett
Dave West
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1 1 irpapy! I'do Not disturb!
[UbgAgYJ we Boo^s J
LETTERS:
Change Attitude, Personnel?
EDITOR:

The letter by Mr. Donald H.
Grubbs which appeared in the
January 11 issue criticizing the
library's circulation department
and its head, Mrs. M. D. Duer,
has aroused some replies including
this letter from me. I hope that
this interest continues, as this is
certainly an important subject and
one in which a strong expression
of student opinion, as opposed to
the opinions of other library
employees, could work a great
improvement.
When I read Mr. Grubb's letter
I agreed with him enthusiastically.
Though I am not the person
mentioned in his letter, like her,
I am in an honors section of C-5.
At the beginning of the fall
trimester I wished to use the
library stacks and was denied
admittance to them for over a
week because the list of students
in my section had not reached
the circulation department yet.
On several occasions the
attendants at the circulation desk
at night have refused to check
books out to me as much as
fifteen minutes before closing time
because they had already begun to
close the desk. I see no reason
a student studying in the stacks
should be forced to go to the
desk a half hour or an hour before

Regionalism Blocks Progress

In Spain, the saying goes,
you cant get away from the
government; in Brazil you cant
find it! This phrase sums up
rather succinctly the current
situation in that country, a source
of headaches for U.S. policymakers
and embarrassment to Brazilian
diplomats.
*iirT) CLIFF landers
ljV J ... Latin
U American
Viewpoint.
- Brazil is a vast country,larger
than the United States minus
Alaska, but its embryonic system
of internal communications and
transportation creates a number
of highly regionalistic sectors
which tend to identify more with
Sao Paulo or Mato Grosso than
with Brazil as a nation-state,
(much as, say, Mississippi fails
to see beyond its own narrowly narrowlydefihed
defihed narrowlydefihed borders.) Such a nation
is, per se, difficult to govern.
as a result ol tms intense
regionalism, party politics in
Brazil has never really developed
on a national basis, though there
are three legal parties plus the
outlawed Communists,underground
since 1947.
The inevitable political
consequence is what the Brazilians
call pessoalismo: the masses
vote for personalities rather than
principles. To be sure, such a
state of affairs beats a dictator dictatorship
ship dictatorship of either Right or Left, but
does it foster democracy?
Many credits would say it does

he intends to leave the library
in order to be sure he will be
able to check out a needed book.
Miss Marian A. Youngs,
Cataloger of the library,
has written a letter defending the
lack of co-operation shown by Mrs.
Duer and her department on the
grounds that our library is large
and certain regulations are
necessary to facilitate the smooth
operation of the library. This
implies that the aim of the
circulation department is to insure
the orderly functioning of the
library. This is the root of the
problem, for Mrs. Duer and her
staff appear to have this same
opinion, that they are running the
library for its own sake and not
for the sake of those who use it.
In the first place, this
department does not even succeed
in operating efficiently. Last
November I needed to use some
fifteen books for a term paper I
was writing. Os this number, two
were checked out to faculty
members, and the circulation
department had no record at all
of three others. I asked that the
two checked out books be recalled
and that the three missing books
be traced. It is now January, and
I still have heard nothing from
the circulation department about
the five books. This is not the

not. They point to Janio Quadros,
ex schoolteacher and one time
mayor of Sao Paulo, as a prime
example of irresponsibility
triumphant, demagoguery
victorious. It was Quadros
resignation in August, 1961, which
threw the country into a grave
constitutional crisis which could
have led to civil war.
Incumbent president JaoGoulart
is another example of the results
of non-party politics in Brazil.
A dynamic personality blessed with
the gift of swaying o povo (the
people), Goulart has system systematically
atically systematically undermined the very
constitutional framework--namely
parliamentarianismwhich he
pledged to uphold.
The recent plebescite which
returns full presidential powers
to Goulart will undoubtedly have
some stabilizing effect on the
present unrest. But it fails to
strike at the real problem of
provincialism in a country which
now more than ever must think
in national terms.
Runaway inflation has doubled
Brazilian prices in a scant two
years. But inflation of this nature
is effect, not cause, of Brazil's
political instability. It will not
be solved until responsible
leadership emerges, leadership
based on the interests of the
masses and a sound platform of
reform rather than on slogans
and personality.
Brazils instability is. one
problem which the United States
can do little to solve. Brazil must
resolve it for herself, through a
recognition of the hard realities:
only meaningful political parties
can produce meaningful politics

first time I have encountered this
difficulty. Nor, I am sure am I
the only person who has noted
similar examples of inefficiency.
Considering the watchdog attitude
of the circulation department
toward the librarys books, how
they manage to lose so many
books annually is very puzzling.
I have in the past had oppor opportunities
tunities opportunities to use the libraries of
both Harvard and Yale
Universities. Both of these
libraries are much larger than
ours. They are the third and fourth
largest book stacks open to all
students. The library at Florida
State University also has open
stacks. None of these libraries
has suffered the mass confusion
or wholesale theft and mutilation
of books which the circulation
department of our library seems
to think would result from open
stacks at the University of Florida.
When it is remembered that the
funds which support the library
and pay the salaries of its
employees come from the taxes
paid by the people of Florida,
it is obvious that the intention of
all of these employees must be
to benefit the students and faculty
of trie university. It must not be
to maintain and protect an orderly,
inaccessible, and thus useless,
collection of books.
In her letter Miss Young accused
Mr. Grubbs of abusing and publicly
attacking Mrs. Duer. She closed
by recommending that he should
make a public apology for this.
I dont feel that Mr. Grubbs letteF
was at all abusive. It is merely
a matter of interpretation.
Furthermore, if apologies are to
be issued there are a good many
students on campus who should
receive them from Mrs. Duer.
More than once when I have been
forced to ask her for assistance
she has gone beyond her customary
haughteur and obstinacy to display
unquestionable rudeness. I have
seen the same rudenfess shown to
others.
I sincerely believe that the
present conditions in the librarys
circulation department definitely
call for a change in attitude and
perhaps for a change in personnel.
Roger Raulerson 2UC
Rockwell Stand
'So Negative
EDITOR:
It would be hard to find a better
example of social maladjustment
than George Lincoln Rockwell. To
me his philosophy is more
dangerous than Communism
because it is so negative in its
approach.
I am insulted because, among
other reasons, his views are so
offensive to my friends of other
creeds and colors. I honestly
believe the Alfigatqr owes an
apology to its readers for even
running the series.
Frank D. Huttlinger, 7AS



LETTERS:

A Florida Man Needs No Introduction, Etc.

EDITOR:
Being a Florida Man, I naturally
need no introduction, so lets ge*
down to business.
Subj: Letters to the Editor.
I propose that the Alligator Staff
print only one Letter to the Editor
each trimester which might go
* something like this:
Editor:
I think its a crime the way the
Lyceum Council cant obtain a
room large enough to fit the
demands of the persons interested
in the programs. But Im glad
they didnt have it in the Gym
because The Council always hogs
the best seats there. Theyre doing
a great job, however, and weve
decided to leave them just the
way they were originally.
I hate cheerleaders. I want a
new cheer. Now, this side be the
Gripes and this side be the Praises.
I dont have anything against
those finks that carry umbrellas
on campus, but one caught his
status symbol in my bicycle basket
yesterday and pulled my wheel

Frosh Propose F O G Party

EDITOR:
We feel a pat on the back is
in order for The Alligator because
Whisky Raid
EDITOR:
>.
I am only remotely involved with
last Friday nights Tolbert Hall
whisky raid, but I strongly protest
the action taken by Wright
and Caron.
there CANNOT, there MUST
NOT be any group of men in
this country who can search a
persons private possessions
without due process of the law.
There must not be men in this
country who can confiscate ones
possessions without due process
of the law.
I also urge the central housing
office not to uphold the action
taken by these two resident
assistants.
Don Cook

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over. I was pretty mad, but couldnt
get out side in time to catch him,
because I was trying to get a
telephone answer at the sewerage
plant to find out whether or not
the Lambda Poo House had a
significant raise in sewage during
the intermission of the intramural
Tiddly-Winks play of i.
Dont get the idea that Im only
here to writp letters the editor
Nor am I here to amass service
keys, nor patronize those vile
places of- campus that have those
murdering machines in their
restrooms. You see, I realize that
I have been given the opportunity
to broaden myself; to ready myself
for a demanding society and to
uphold all the traditions of our
forefathers both with us and below.
But when I embark upon my life
as an alumnus, I pray that I
wont get struck down by some UF
student trying to break an eight
passenger time record to Miami
and back.
I dont think its right to have
all the faculty fingerprinted just
so that Senator Jims, can find out
who the prof is that hides behind

of:
(1) Its stand on campus politics
in its (almost) complete abstention
from judgement, and;
(2) The Alligators devotion to and
support of such charitable projects
as the recent Eliminate the
Alligators Readership campaign
best evinced in the printing of The
Rockwell Report.
Since our campaign funds have
not yet materialized, we request a
goodwill donation-room in The
Alligator to air our views (they
get pretty soggy hanging around
the CL 650 classroom).
The FOG party, the party to
Fight Obstreperous Government,
is the party of the 21st Century.
Our aim: Preparation for the
duodecimester
Our need: Money
Our slogan: Hasten
Students interested in uniting
under this banner, CONTACT THE
UNDERSIGNED IMMEDIATELY.
R. Marrow Johnson lUC
M. Gregory Regan lUC

El Dud. (Trim your toenails, take
a Crest test, beat your mother motherin-law,
in-law, motherin-law, do anything but dont see it.)
Freedom of speech is here to
stay and we have to use it or
else; so why cant we have a
Communist on campus? Oh well,
I suppose if they dont let Blacks
in the Fla. Union that Reds are
out too. Speaking of freedoms; Did
you know that out of 400 grade
school children that only 2% knew
Scouts Creed, but 99% knew
the Polka-Dot Tooth Paste jingle.
Stunning figures arent they?
Tell me; How does the University
expect to swing all this Wauburg,
Gville Country Club deal when
they cant even afford a new picture
of Dean Hale reading The
Christmas Carol?
Also I would like to say that
I can never find a parking place
on campus and when I do I always
get tickets, because the U.F.P.D.
drinks beer in the office all day
and come out just long enough to
discriminate against Black 34
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grip and 12 lbs. pressure ih the
rear tire.
Lastly, I would like to point
out that I am from Howey in the
Hill, I have always been from

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Howey in the Hill, and I will
always be from Howey in the Hill!
So what?
I lied, THIS is lastly instead.
In reference to the letter of that
snivelling little coward Mr. Fawley
who proposed cutting the Letters
to the Editor; That couldnt be
his real name, so I wish hed
print his real name in full so that
I could go right over to his house
and smash him right in the chops
with this big ball of pocket lint
Ive been collecting.
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Subj: Quandary.
Adoption of this single letter
policy would leave a full empty
page in the rest of the Alligators.
What to do with same? No doubt
ideas are popping into heads
already, BUT; I, being a Florida
Man (I have already pointed this
out) and therefore thoughtful,
propose that the full page be used
by alternating photos of myself
and Kim Novak in order that each
students day may be brightened.
Butch Fawley, 3AS

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The Florida Alligator Friday/ January 25/ 1963

Golf Team
Tees Off
Season
The golfing Florida Gators open
their 1963 season at Jacksonville
today with a match against the
Jacksonville Naval Air Station at
1 p.m.
Coaches said that irom fall
practices it appealed the team
has more depth and overall-ability
than last years squad. The com competition
petition competition for positions has been
keen.
In a preseason match with mem members
bers members of the Gainesville Golf and
Country Club, the Gator varsity
and freshman teams combined tc
win the match 57-23. Co-captains
Harry Root and Marlen Vogt had
scores of 68 and 69 respectively.
Freshman Lloyd Watts turned in
a 70.
Varsity players making the trip
to Jacksonville are Chip Anderson
Ronald Crown, Laurie Hammer,
Richard Leckey, Robert Murphy,
Vic Newton, Root and Voet.
Freshmen participating in the
match are Steve Cooper, Gerry
Green, O. A. Kincaid, Gary
Libby, Robert Post and Watts.

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spent day after day going around playing in their
sandboxes and learning how to relate themselves
to the outside world.
One day a group of the children got in an argument
and one boy kicked another boys sandcastle down.
The head nursemaid was used to this sort of thing
since it had happened often at the playschool.
But this case was different. Some of the boys were on the football
team. Football team is playschool talk for bad guys.
Most of the other little children didnt see the knocked-down
sandcastle but of course, they knew exactly what happened. You didnt
have to fill them in on the details. No siree.
And naturally, like all little children do, they told all their friends
the inside scoop on what REALLY happened. It HAD to be the
football players fault. After all, they were football players, werent
they?
And then the sand really hit the fan.
The children who play newspaper in this big playschool wrote a
story that said the little boys sandcastle had a brain injury. It
said BRAIN INJURY in a big headline and everything.
Well, it seems the newspaper made a mistake, a big one. The brain
injury story was NOT TRUE. That means its false. But as everyone
knows, little children often find it hard to admit theyve maue a
mistake.
But no matter because all the little children knew the real
story anyhow. They know how wrong those vicious football players
were. You bet your sweet life. They know ALL about it.
BUT, DEAR READER, YOU DONT KNOW ALL ABOUT IT. SO
DONT KID YOURSELF. DONT KID YOURSELF FOR ONE MINUTE.
The Student Body has staged a trial and made a conviction without
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have feelings.
Well, we for one just remembered they do.
We finally found out a pretty accurate account of what happened,
THIS TIME THROUGH OFFICIAL CHANNELS. And we would like
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here Wednesday night. Florida won, 94-86.

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UFs powerful swimming team
goes after its second victory of
the young season this Saturday
against the University of Alabama
at Florida Pool.
The Gators are 1-0 for the
season, defeating the Georgia
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Alabama was edged by a strong
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According to the most recent
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Gators in seven of these events.
The feature attraction of the
afternoon will pit Floridas All-
American butterfly artist Jerry
Livingston against the Tides Bob
Griffin. The two swimmers share
the best times of the 1963 season
in the 200 yard butterfly race for
the SEC with 2:12.5 in their opening
meets best time last
year for the event was 2:10.0,
the SEC record.
Gator Coach Bill Harlan will
throw a bevy of additional talent at
Alabama.
Co-captains Eddie Reese (200
yard breaststroke, 200 yard
medley) and Terry Green (100 and
200 yard freestyle) plus DicJc
Farwell (50 yard freestyle, 200
yard backstroke) currently lead
the conference in each of their
two events.
Sophomore Doug Starke holds the
other individual SEC lead for the
Gators in the 500 yard freestyle.
In addition, Florida's top diver,
Lansing Price returns to }he board
after missing the Georgia meet.
Archers Meet
The Florida Archers will hold
their first meeting Monday after afternoon
noon afternoon on the archery range behind
Broward Hall at 4:45 p.m.
Anyone interested in joining for
the trimester should attend the
meeting. If it rains, the meeting
will be held in the gym room in
the southwest Broward basement.
Soccer Club Drills
Tne s>occer Club has a practice
slated for tomorrow morning at
Fleming Field at 10 a.m.
All members are urged to attend
because the team is preparing
for their first match, coach Alan
Moore reported.