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Vol. 55, No. 72

Engineers Endorse;
Villagers Say 'No'

To Harshaw
V.O.T.E. Party vice-presiden vice-presidential
tial vice-presidential nominee Frank Harshaw was
given endorsement by the Benton
Engineering Society late last week.
Harshaw approached the Benton
Engineering Council Thursday
night and asked for active support
of his campaign. On the first
ballot, the council unamiously de decided
cided decided to give Harshaw complete
endorsement and active support.
Marion Eikeland, president of
the Benton Engineering Society,
said, The College of Engineer Engineering...should
ing...should Engineering...should have equal represen representation
tation representation in Student Government (SG).
We know Harshaw is well quali qualified
fied qualified for the office and will re represent
present represent the student body well.
The College of Engineering has
about 1,150 students in upper di division
vision division and 2,000 in lower division
--about one-fourth of all enrolled enrolledstudents
students enrolledstudents at the UF. All upper
division and some lower division
engineering students belong to
Benton Engineering Society.
Harshaw is a graduate student
in engineering and a member of
the Benton Engineering Society.
Three years ago, Eikeland said,
antoher engineering student Bob
Alligood was running for vice vicepresident
president vicepresident and received the support
of the council. He received 600
of the 700 votes cast.
Eikeland said the Council would
put up signs for Harshaw in the
Engineering School and write a let letter
ter letter to all upper division and some
lower division engineering stu students
dents students recommending Harshaw.

See Pac jF

University of Florida, Goinesville

- 1 S
. .receives Benton Eng Engineering
ineering Engineering Council endorse endorsement
ment endorsement Thursday night.

Ping Pong

Y.O.T.E. Student Unaffiliated

Monday, January 28, 1963

Mayors Nix
UF Mayors Council voted
Friday night not to actively support
either Paul Hendrick or Jim
Graham, Student Government (SG)
presidential hopefuls.
The Mayor's Council is
composed of the mayors and
representatives from the UF
married student housing areas.
Lou Voelkel, past mayor of
Flavett 111, said a motion was
entered at the meeting to support
Student Party candidate Graham
because he lived in UF married
housing, but it was withdrawn.
Voelkel said the married housing
students voted 4 to 3 against the
endorsement of any candidate,
following precedent set last spring.
As an administrative body,
Voelkel said the council didnt
feel its endorsement would be
representative of all the married
Graham was present at the

Struggle For Life
enraged ex-convict almost
succeeded Saturday night in
throwing a* California highway
patrolman from the Golden Gate
Bridge in a life-and-death struggle
at the railing 275 feet above the
He had me 51 per cent over
the edge," said officer JohnHalli JohnHallifan,
fan, JohnHallifan, 39. I thought I was a goner.
Henry A. Carl, of Santa Clara,
Calif., the former convict, was
subdued in the brief struggle by
Halligan, aided by two bridge tow
truck operators. He was booked
on several charges, including
attempted murder.
Negro Enrolls
CLEMSON, S.C. (UPO A force
of about 40 state troopers rolled
onto the Clemson College campus
yesterday on the eve of the
scb%duled admission of Negro
Harvey Gantt to the all-white

Greek Grades
Hit New High

Ii trimester was designed to do
anything for studies, it apparently
did it.
The overall fraternity and
sorority averages went up.
Figures from the office of the
Dean of Men show the overall grade
point average of fraternities rose
from 2.26 of first semester last
year to 2.33 of first trimester this
According to Fraternity Ad\ isor
Bill Cross, fraternity grades for
last trimester were the highest
ever" at the UF. 1
The sorority averages rose from
2.47 of first semester last year to
2.57 first trimester this year.
Highest fraternity last semester
Delta Upsilon with 2.45, was tops
again this trimester with 2.518.
Phi Gamma Delta was second with
2.516 and Pi Lambda Phi third
with 2.47.
Alpha Delta Pi led the soror sororities
ities sororities with 2.76,De1ta Delta Delta
was second with 2.67 and Alpha
Epsilon Phi third with 2.63.
Other fraternity averages were:
Alpha Tau Omega 2.43, Alpha
Gamma Rho 2.42, Alpha Epsilon
Pi 2.41, Pi Kappa Phi 2.41, Sigma
Nu 2.38, Beta Theta Pi 2.37, Phi
Kappa Tau 2.36, KappaSigma2.36,
Sigma Chi 2.34, Delta Chi 2.34,
Phi Delta Theta, 2.34, Delta Sigma
Phi 2.33, Tau Epsilon Phi 2.30,
Tau Kappa Epsilon 2.2B,Lambda
Chi Alpha 2.27, Delta Tau Delta,
2.23, Kappa Alpha 2.22, Chi Phi
Dr. Grebstein
To Quit USF
Dr. Sheldon Grebstein,
University of South Florida
professor whose criticism by
a legislative investigating
committee echoed around the
states university system has
resigned from his USF teaching
Grebstein told the Alligator
yesterday he had submitted his
resignation to USF, but would
finish out his contract which
terminates in June.
I didnt just walk out, he said.
A better job at Harpurs College
in Binghamton, N.Y., and not
necessarily the academic freedom
hassle of last trimester lured him
away from USF, Grebstein said.


school under federal court order.
No violence is expected when
Gantt, 20, becomes the first Negro
ever admitted to a white public
school in South Carolina, the last
southern state to lower its school
racial bars. But the state is taking
no chances on rioting such as
occurred when Negro James H.
Meredith was admitted to the Uni University
versity University of Mississippi last Sept. 30.
Emanuel Cellar announced yester yesterday
day yesterday a new effort to block gerry gerrymandering
mandering gerrymandering of congressional d's d'sfricts
fricts d'sfricts after future censuses.
The veteran New York Demo Democrat,
crat, Democrat, chairman of the House Judi Judiciary
ciary Judiciary Committee, said in a state statement
ment statement he would introduce a bill that
would establish federal standards
for the layout of congressional
districts and provide for court re review
view review of districts set up by state

2.22, Sigma Phi Epsilon 2.2l,Theta
Chi 2.21, Sigma Alpha Epsilon
2.20. Pi Kappa Alpha 2.17, Phi
Epsilon Pi 2.09.
Other sorority averages were:
Delta Gamma 2.62, Kappa Delta
2.61, Kappa Alpha Theta 2.58, Alpha
Chi Omega 2.57, Phi Mu 2.56,
Sigma Kappa 2.53, Delta Phi
Epsilon 2.52, Chi Omega 2.49,
Alpha Omicron Pi 2.45, Zeta Tau
Alpha 2.37.
Cooperative Living Organi Organization
zation Organization had a 2.52 average.
First semester last year two
fraternities fell below 2.0.
Compiled averages for all men,
all women, non fraternity men
and non sorority women and the
student body were not available.
Harvard Prof
Slates Talk
On Thursday
A Harvard University professor
of economics will speak at a
College of Business Administra Administration
tion Administration faculty seminar at the UF
Dr. Gottfried Haberler, who is
the Galen L. Stone Professor of
International Trade at Harvard,
will discuss aspects of inter international
national international trade at 3:40 p.m. in Ma Matherly
therly Matherly Hall 18. His address in
open to interested persons.
A native of Vienna, Haberler
did graduate work at the Univer University
sity University of Viem a, the University of
London and at Harvard. He held
a professorship at the University
of Vien..a before accepting the Har Harvard
vard Harvard post in 1936.
Haberler served in the interna international
tional international financial division of the Lea League
gue League of Nations, has worked with
the Federal Reserve Board, is past
president of the National Bureau
of Economic Research and is im immediate
mediate immediate past president of the
American Economic Association.
Haberler has written numerous
books and articles for publication,
including Theory of International
Trade, Prosperity and Depres Depression,
sion, Depression, Consumer Investment
Credit and Quantitative Trade
Controls: Their Cause of Nature.

'Spy Networks
HAVANA (UPI) The Cuban
Government said yesterday it had
smashed two American spy net networks
works networks aimed at killing Raul
Castro and touching off internal
revolts ** to protect a massive land landing
ing landing by counter-revolutionaries in
the near future.
At least 3b persons were ar arrested,
rested, arrested, including two who alleged allegedly
ly allegedly planned to assassinate armed
forces minister Raul Castro, and
four alleged main links with
U.S. Central Intelligence Agency,
CIA operates in Miami and on
the U.S. Naval Base at Guantan Guantanamo
amo Guantanamo Bay, an official communique
The total number of arrests may
have been higher. The communi communique
que communique said ** a larg number of agents
had been captured. All 36 persons
whose names appeared on a seised
list were arrested, the long off official
icial official release said.

Page 2

The Florida Alligator Monday, January 28, 1963

Temporary Homes Will Go Soon

Married student housing will
be 78 units shorter if construction
of the new Florida Union gets
under way this fall as scheduled.
Demolition of Flavet I, site of
the new union, is contingent on

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beginning construction of the union,
according to Asst. Director of
Housing Thomas G. Carpenter.
Present plans call for all 78
units of Flavet I to be vacated
prior to fall trimester. No more

long-term residents will be
Present residents scheduled
to be at the UF after August will
be absorbed by Flavets II and 111.
Carpenter said moves to the
other villages will be made at the
end of the spring and summer
If we start the move in April,
normal turnover should take care
of it, Carpenter said. We expect
to satisfy everyone.
Residents who have lived in
Flavet I the longest will have
priority in moving to new quarters.
All Flavet I residents will have
priority over students coming from
off campus.
Flavets II and 111 will not be
overcrowded due to this move,
Carpenter said. We are always
close to 100% occupancy.
Any increase of the six-month
waiting list for married housing
will be dependent on future
requests of incoming students.
Carpenter said Flavet I will
be put to use by students attending
the summer trimester and the two
summer sessions.
Built to meet the influx of
returning veterans following World
War 11, Flavet I is the oldest
married housing facility on the
UF campus.
The name Flavet is derived
from Florida Veterans.

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Today's Gator Girl is
Dixie Hardman, an attract attractive
ive attractive Chi Omega freshman
from Jacksonville. Dixie,
who was initiated into Chi
O yesterday, lives on the
third floor in Jennings
McArthur Sick
Hugh McArthur, student body
vice-president is ill in the J. Hil Hillis
lis Hillis Miller Health Center.
He was admitted Tuesday, Jan.
22. Medical officials suspected
mononucleosis, but since then have
changed that diagnosis according to
Mrs. McArthur.
The nature or extent of his ill illness
ness illness was undisclosed.

Student Body
Votes Again
For Revisions
Constitutional revisions will g 0
up for UF student body vote for
the second time Feb. 7, during
student government elections.
Previously the revisions failed
to pass because the required 25
per cent of the student body did
not vote. The revisions would have
passed last trimester but UF
Honor Court invalidated the voting
because officials took the ballot
boxes to fraternity houses.
Required block voting was
another reason the voting failed.
Now students may vote for each
article individually or as a block.
It is obvious that the easiest
way to defeat a proposed revision
is simply for the voters to stay
away from the polls Constitutional
Revision Chairman Barry Sinoff
said. This is why the voting
will take place-with the election electionthe
the electionthe students will be there.
These revisions have the
support of both political parties
The treasurers office was
primarily responsible for the
financial changes in article five,"
Sinoff said.
Parts of the revisions include
technicalities as changing
semester" to trimester and
summer school" to summer
Included in the major proposed
revisions are:.
1) A change in election date
with fall elections held two weeks
later than in past years and spring
elections one week later.
2) Fulltime Legislative Council
operationsnot more than 70
members during tne summer
displacing the former Summer
Steering Committee program in
which not more than 40 members
took part.
3) Raising four student gov government
ernment government postsSchool Traditions,
Social Affairs, Housing and Traffic
and Safetyto full cabinet status.
4) Student government leaders
taking office exactly two weeks
after election, replacing a system
whereby leaders assumed job the
following Legislative Council vote
5) The addition of the Inter Interfraternity
fraternity Interfraternity Council, Women's
Student Association president,
Mens Presidents Council, Mens
Panhellenic Council, president and
Mayors Council chairman as ex exofficio
officio exofficio members of the Presidents
6) Removal of publications
editors for malfeassance in office
by a two-thirds vote of the
Publications Electoral Board
instead of a similar vote by the
Legislative Council.
Pet Owners,
Be Alert
Students owning pets are
requested to have them innoculated
at once due to a recent outbreak
of rabies among wild animals.
The Alachua County Health
Department ordered the
innoculations because three rabies
cases have been reported within a
Animals can be innoculated at
any veterinarians.
Students are also advised to
stay away from all animals acting

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.. .Olle I. Elgerd, of the Universitys College of Engineering explains a tech technique
nique technique used on an analog computer to students Ed Tacker, Savannah, Tenn.;
August Burgett, Orlando and Lloyd Jones, Jacksonville. Called control
engineers they learn computer techniques to control the behavior of com complex
plex complex processes which occur in missile flight or atomic reactors.

Engineers Get New Training

A new breed of engineers are
being trained at UF through a new
series of courses designed to meet
the needs of space technology.
Called control engineers, they
learn computer techniques to
control the behavior of complex
processes which occur in missile
Olle I. Elgerd, head of the
control program, says control
engineering is forever tangled
up with classical mechanics,net mechanics,network

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work mechanics,network and information theory, and
numerous other special
It is joined in an inseparable
marriage with all kinds of
Control is a brand new field
and theUF and the state are on
the ground floor.We are in a natural
position to take the lead in the
nation in turning out control
engineers since the new industries
moving to Florida are of a type


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placing a big demand for men
qualified in this field, he added.
While the UF does not grant
degrees in control engineering,
students can major in this new
field while earning degrees
in mechanical, nuclear or
chemical engineering.
Elgerd, a native ofSweden,came
to the United States in 1952. He
is a frequent visitor at Cape
Canaveral as a consultant for the
Aerospace Corporation and the
Martin Company when he isnt

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Monday, January 28, 1963 The Florida Alligator

India Celebrates
'Republic Day

'Mans history is waiting inpa inpatience
tience inpatience for the triumph of the in insulted
sulted insulted man.
These words from Stray
Birds, on the printed program
for Indias Republic Day celebra celebration
tion celebration at the UF this last weekend
spoke of the Indian triumph in
Indians have mixed feelings on
Republic Day--a day comparable
to the U.S. July 4. They are sad
over the years of Indias foreign
oppression but happy over her in independence,
dependence, independence, said J.S. Johar, stu student
dent student India Club member.
Sponsored by the UF India Club,
the festivities were held in the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist Student Union. The public was
Gay saris, graceful dances,

1. Ill tell you what you haw 2. You Imvo to consider your needs,
to look for in a job. You have You're going to get married some
to look for fringe benefits. day. aren't you? Then you need
Thats the big thing today. lit** and accident insurance.
Yes-the big thing. Go on-go on
3. Youre going to have kids so 4. Anti what alxiut medical hills?
voull want maternity benefits. Thats something every big
family has to think alxmt. You
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that covers almost everything.
Youre right voure right!
5. And Nourc not going to want to 6. I hat s why I say you have to
work all sour life, are you? look at the fringe Ix nefits when
Youre going to want to take it sou look for a job.
eas\ sou know, trawl around,
live it up. So you need a But dont sou also have to
retirement plan that guarantees look f or interesting work,
sou plenty of dough. good income, the chance
, .. for advancement?
I can sec it now.
Vavsl f Jv 7. You sure do. Thats why I'm
going to work for Equitable. You
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The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States >l9ft3
Home Office: 1283 Avenue of the Americas, New York 19, New York
See sour Placement Officer for date Equitables employment representative
ss ill be on campus. Or write to William E. Blevias, Employment Manager.

singing and a monologue were part
of the festive atmosphere. Crepe
paper streamers of green, white
and orange, Indian national colors,
hung on the walls and colored lights
brightened the entrance where J.S.
Johar, student India Club member
pinned small Indian flags on ar arriving
riving arriving guests.
Two documentary films of
Indias social and technological
progress were shown, Indian
handiwork displayed and refresh refreshments
ments refreshments served to over 200 people.
'Gator Needs You
The Alligator needs you.
Students interestedregardless
of their major or classtfication--
should see News Editor Judy
Barnes in the Alligator Office.
Florida Union basement, or call
Ext. 2519 or 2-1887.

Page 3

Wart Hog
Part Two
(continued soon)

Billy Budd Receives Nod

Movie Reviewer
At the State this week, a
Hollywood reproduction of Herman
Melviles last novel,Billy Budd,
will glue you to your seat and may
bring tears to your eyes.
But you cant go into this movie
expecting a musical or a lot of
laughs. If you have this in mind
as you watch the film, you will
be bored, and the ending will leave
you cold.
The plot is somewhat delicate,
hinging on the blindly good
personality of Billy Budd and the
fight between good and evil
throughout the film.
The question is, does evil
triumph in the end? I cannot answer
this for you. Many people came out
of the theater boiling mad at the
unfair ending. I thought, in
essence, good triumphedbut you
go see for yourself.
The story takes place at sea,
in the year 1797. The plot concerns
the period of the initial breakdown

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of the authority of king, clergy
and aristocrat.
The direction and photography
is quite unique in spots. All the
sea photography is done with real
vessels, not models, and many of
the shots are done by helicopter.
Direction of some of the night nighttime
time nighttime discussions between Billy
Budd and the cruel master John
Claggart are especially good. Peter
Ustinov doubles as ships captain
and able producer.
Terence Stamp, who makes his
debut in this movie, portrays well
the blue-eyed innocence of Billy
Budd. The 23-year-old lad is a
natural for the part, even if it
is hard to believe that anyone in
real life could be as pure as he.
Robert Ryan, as shipmate
master John Claggart, plays well
a hard-boiled, cruel part. In him,
the sadists find a friend. But,for
the sake of the humanitarians, he
gets whats cornin to him.
By all means, go see Billy
Budd, but get your mind on it
as you view it.

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Jan. 17 Mr. and Mrs. Donald
M. Cruse, 12288 W. University
Ave., a daughter.
Jan. 19 Mr. and Mrs. Albert
D. Sanders, 318 NW 24th St., a
Jan. 20 Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
K. Cherry, 234 T Flavet HI, a
Jan. 21 Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Edward Studer, 1946 NW 34th Ave.,
a son.
Jan. 23 Mr. and Mrs. David
E. Vaughn, 3153 NW 12th Terrace,
a daughter.

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Mirror, Mirror on Wall,
What Time of Day is It?

How beautiful a girl looks de depends
pends depends on what time of day it is.
Co-eds asking the old question
Mirror, mirror on the wall,
whose the fairest of
would get a different answer dif different
ferent different times of day.
The time of day may not have
anything to do with a girls na natural
tural natural beauty, but it does have a
lot to do with how much make-up
she has on. Morning glories are
flowers, not girls.
Mrs. Clara Talbert, who has
been with Wilson's for ten years
in cosmetics, feels the growing
popularity of facial and eye make makeup
up makeup has resulted in the acceptance
of make-up for everyday use. The
increasing use of make -up by
co-eds has influenced Gainesville
residents by making make-up more
acceptable in the city.
A new product out is powdered
eye shadow which is supposed to
stay on longer than creames and
liquids. The idea behind this is
Movie Log
3:44, 6:31 and 9:18 p.m., today
through Wednesday.
5:19, 7:19, and 9:19 p.m., Thurs Thursday
day Thursday through Saturday.
BILLY BUDDI:OS, 3:15, 5:30,
7:45, and 9:55 p.m. today through
QUO VADIS 7 p.m. tonight
BUCCANEER7 and 9 p.m. Sa Saturday.
turday. Saturday.
Today thru Wed.
- NEW YORKER Magazine
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that the dry powder will mix with
the moister in the skin and stay
on longer.
Now that make-up is more
acceptable for everyday use on
campus, the emphasis is on the
art of applying it. Wilsons sends
cosmeticians to the dorm areas
at least once a semester to try
and aid the co-eds on proper use
and application. The idea is to
apply make-up skillfully so that the
natural look still remains.
Besides wearing make up,
co eds improve their looks by
frequent trips to the beauty salons
around the city. Olafs beauty
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teasing of the hair to stand out.
About 29 out of every 30 college
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there have it teased and extreme
Make-up has not only become
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but most girls wont go out of
their dorms without it.
As one co-ed put it, I use
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looking my best. Make-up has
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the week of Feb. 3.
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Sandy Belk, a Princess who desires
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Chicken pox from his
2-year-old daughter,
flu, a new baby, and a
2*3 average. Thats what
Wally McCall has to show
for last trimester.
But this trimester will probably
be harder. Judy, Wallys wife, has
added the role of a coed to her
many other jobs.
With both Mama and Daddy in
school, the McCall household is
constantly in a rush to wash
diapers, cook meals, mix formula
pick up toys, and study.
However, the McCalls still find
time for their social life. Our
social life hasnt changed from
when we were single, except it
isnt quite as often, Wally said.
But one thing has changed with
the growth of a family and
responsibility. Grades have
improved for both Wally and Judy.
Its after 8 p.m. before they
finally get down to the books. Study
is very concentrated since only a
few hours a week are not full of
family duties.
Both Judy and Wally feel that its
worth it.
Judy already invested two
years in her education, and we
felt that those years shouldnt
be wasted, Wally said.
Its actually an investment in
the future. If anything should
happen to Wally, I want to be
able to take care of my children,
Judy added.
Wally plans to go on to graduate
school when he gets his Business
administration degree in August.
During this time, Judy will com complete
plete complete her physical education
Judys parents encouraged her
to finish her education. But the
biggest help is financial. Although
Wally works, it is still hard to
make ends meet.
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or money-wise, Wally exclaimed,
if I want a steak for dinner, Ill
buy it. But if we run out of money,
then its hamburger and chicken
for the rest of the month, he

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The Florida Alligator Monday, January 28, 1963

The Paper'r Aim: All the ntu: v.ilh decency out ',nl: .;mi:
"whisky raid
The recent Tolbert Hall whisky raid in which
resident counselors confiscated seven bottles of
alcohol, a pistol and firecrackersall of which are
illegal possessions for students living in the dorms
started a minor storm of controversy and
brought cries of invasion of privacy from some
of the students directly affected by the raid.
This Tolbert whisky raid is only the latest
in a line of similar clashes between resident coun counselors
selors counselors and the residents whom they supervise ov over
er over the question of invasion of privacy and brings
up the question of just where'.to draw the thin
line between University regulations in their stric strictest,
test, strictest, most undemocratic sense and that of whether
or not to enforce them at all times.
Indeed, just how much authority DOES the dor dormitory
mitory dormitory resident counselor have? According to
the UF Guidebook for Section Advisers and Re Resident
sident Resident Assistants, the University reserves the
On page 42 of the guidebook are listed the state
laws which affect UF residents. These are:
1. The possession or use of explosives dan dangerous
gerous dangerous chemicals, firecrackers and other pyro pyrotechnical
technical pyrotechnical materials is prohibited.
2. Possession or use of alcoholic beverages
on State property is prohibited.
3. Gambling is not permitted on State property.
4. Setting fire to combustible materials within
the residence halls is punishable by imprison imprisonment
ment imprisonment not exceeding 20 years.
In Section 111, point 14, under Policy For Hous Housing
ing Housing Facilities, Mens Residence Halls, page 42
we find that The University reserves the right
of entry into any room for purposes of inspec inspection,
tion, inspection, cleaning, repair or discipline.
On page 44 are listed the disciplinary policy
and procedures. As stated there, any student
will be subject to IMMEDIATE EXPULSION from
Housing and action by the Dean of Men with pos possible
sible possible recommendation for disposition by the Faculty
Discipline Committee for (among other things)
possessing using firecrackers (or similar pyro pyrotechnical
technical pyrotechnical materials), setting fires of any kind
possessing or consuming an alcoholic beverage
possessing any type of firearms, and gambling.
it is common knowledge that many other stu students
dents students living in UF housing possess such ille illegal
gal illegal items as firearms, firecrackers, alcohol, as
well as it is certain that gambling occurs.
The system is flexible, some advisors and coun counselors
selors counselors adhering more to the rule book than others.
However, the fact remains that these advisors and
counselors DO have the authority to pull a whis whiskey
key whiskey raid.
Thus, it becomes not a question of whether or
not they HAVE the right, but one of whether or not
they choose to exercise the right. The students
involved in the Tolbert Hall incident took a chance
by possessing the confiscated articles. They gamb gambled
led gambled and lost, and whether democratic or not, the
advisors were well within their rights.

The Florida Alligator
Editor-In-Chief David Lawrence Jr.
Managing Editors Maryanne Awtrey, Ben Garrett, Dave West
Business Manager Gary Burke
Sports Editor Walker Lundy
Assistant Sports Editor David Berkowitz
Assistant to the Editor Sandy Sweitzer
News Editor Judy Barnes
Editorial Page Editor Ron Spencer
Assistant Layout Editor George Moore
Copy Editor Evy Buzzell
Editorial Assistants Howard Stonesifer, Bob Wilson
Photo Coordinator j an Pittman
THE FLORIDA ALLRiATOR is the official student newspaper of the
University ot Honda and is published daily except Saturday and Sunday
, THE FLORIDA ALLIGAIOR is entered as second class nutter at the
United States Post Office at Gainesville. Florida. Offices are heated in
Rooms 8, 10. and is in the Florida Union Building Basement. Telephone
University of Florida. IR 6-5261, Ext. 2852. and request either editorial
office or business office. 5
Opinions voiced in personal columns on this pajje do not necessarily
reflect the opinions of the editors. Only editorials are the official voice
of the p*p

Message From The 'Children

As one of the "children in
Walker Lundys "playschool I
.am compelled to comment on his
sage message of TRUTH
in Fridays Alligator. Other of
Mr. Lundys masterpieces have
been deserving of comment if only
for their vapid content and grade
school literary style. (Mr. Lundy
is the brilliant mind who termed
the waving of yellow paper at the
FSU game the Yellow Paper Caper,
a witticism obviously worthy of
Grantland Rice.) However, Lundy
is now using his position as sports
columnist as the official organ of
TRUTH for his "childish reading
Hou; > of though tobviously went
into the allegorical tale of the
playschool and the sandcastle. The
unfortunate fact remains that it
was not a sandcastle that was
kicked in., it was a boys face
and the odds were 4 to 1 or 4 to
2 if you count the boys date. Mr.
Lundy suggests that even football
players have feelings. I suggest
that this in no way lessens the
feelings of 140 pounders who are
Tolbert Raid
I am deeply distressed that The
Alligator has failed to comment
on the Tolbert Hall situation: I
believe that you cannot ignore
this issue:
Many of us were disturbed by
Rockwells philosophy but yet when
an action that would be approved
by Mr. Rockwell happens on our
campus you sit silent.
Besides the fact that the action
taken by these two resident coun counselors
selors counselors goes against every thing
that I believe about the freedoms
of the indi idual in this country,
it also grieves me that this could
happen on the UF campus:
There is an honor system on
this campus. I contend that one
of the reasons that it is not more
successful is the fact that some
parts of the administration do
not believe in it.
One example may be seen by
Mr. Grubbs argument with the
library; a second by some of the
farce at registration; a third by
the inefficiency of the infirmary;
a fourth by the situation in housing.
In all four situations the admin administration
istration administration does not treat the student
as an adult. In the first three
cases there are chronic complaints
by the students. In the fourth I
am complaining. I wish you would
Don Cook, 7AS
'Scorched Earth
Concerning your Jan. 23 article
on the indiscriminate cutting of
hardwood trees, may I remind
that you are only giving Gainesville
one more excuse for its "scorched
earth improvement policy and
the destruction of trees.
Sarah M. Laessle

held and beaten by the football
Perhaps the most unfortunate
aspect of Lundys unfortunate
article was the impression that
perhaps Wes Jordan is something
less than a fine person. I have
known Wes Jordan for several
years and such an impression
would be false.
The implication that the
operation Jordan underwent was
not very serious anyway was also
inherent in the article. A quick
call to the doctors who performed
the operation would have revealed
that without it Jordan could have
lost the use of his right eye. But
then Walker Lundy knows the

808 PARK

Preparing For Business Careers

The sweep, the power, the
glamor and, most l.e
productiveness of modern industry
is a strictly contemporary story.
Nothing in arts and letters, in the
established professions or in the
earlier political and religious in institutions
stitutions institutions dreamed of this
Grounded in the empirical
sciences, empowered by
engineering, modern business
conveys the most widely appealing
excitement of our civilization.
How do students prepare for
this? Usually by taking specialized
degrees in engineering or one of
the business administration pro programs.
grams. programs. U. Fla. offers nine:
accounting, banking and finance,
business statistics,economics,
foreign trade and transportation,
. . teachers
insurance, management,marketing
and real estate.
The admission requirements
appear on p. 171 of your catalog.
Notice that several of the courses
required for admission are two twoterm
term twoterm sequences, e.g. accounting,
economics and mathematics.
The demands of business are
severe, but not mysterious. Early
and precise planning, planning that
can be tested and corrected
BEFORE important,
however. It is surprising but not
uncommon for students going L>to
business, who pride themselves
upon being practical, to approach
their studies and, in time, their
job interviews with a kind of mental
vacancy or indifference.
How, then, can students prepare
for success in school and business?
At least they should try these
things: (1) study the business ad administration
ministration administration section of the catalog
and vocational literature related

Certainly a blanket
condemnation of the football team
is entirely unjustified. But the fact
that the great majority of the team
members are fine persons and
athletes does not mitigate blame
for the incident, any more than
the fact that the "majority of persons
working on The Alligator are
competent gives Mr. Lundy the
same distinction.
Mr. Lundy concludes the
message of TRUTH the incident
is closed. We children are to accept
TRUTH and wait for more pearls
of wisdom to flow from WALKER
LUNDY. Sorry Walker, the Oracle
of Lundy has not yet been
Orrin Gowen,4AS

to your interests; (2) arrange for
a meeting with your bus. ad.
counselor and discuss both your
short, and long-range plans;
(3) begin to follow the current
developments in your area of
interests in the journals and
magazines; and (4) make good
grades. Frederick Kap'pel,
Chairman of the Board of the Bell
Telephone System, said in a recent
speech that from the records of
17,000 college men in the company
...the single most reliable pre predictive
dictive predictive indicator of a-* college
graduates success in the Bell
System is his rank in his
graduating class.
Consider this: 215 major
companies, some spending up to
$5,000. per recruit to attract top
talent, report that the four most
important elements in a job
interview are for the student to:
(1) know the company,what it wants
and what it does; (2) know himself,
what he wants to do and what he
can do; (3) know how to write
ana speak effectively and persuas persuasively;
ively; persuasively; and (4) know what he is
talking about, asking realistic,
concrete questions and
discriminating the important from
the routine. These things cannot
be acquired the last weekend before
your interviews. Begin now to
identify with and to master your
field of business.
Another important consideration
is to begin as soon as possible to
think in terms of business issues.
Do you read BUSINESS WEEK?
JOURNAL? How many journals
in your interest area can you
name? How many do you read?
Before long the test will not be
over a terms work, it will be
on what you know, what you can
do and how reliable is your
judgment. Now is the tfme to
* *


Lundy s Column 'Most Terribly Slanted Yet

Last Friday, in perhaps the most
terribly slanted offering of The
Alligator this trimester, Sports
Editor Walker Lundy bitterly
attacked the Student Body for be believing
lieving believing what it had read since the
prevous Monda y on the front page
of the paper.
Lundy's diatribe caps the weeks
reporting of the fight involving the
four football players and Wes
I adopted a wait-and-see at attitude
titude attitude toward the final outcome
of this affair. When I read Thurs Thursday
day Thursday morning that Dean Adams had
taken a mysterious appropriate
action against the four football
players, I thought to let the whole
matter drop, considering that jus justice
tice justice had been vindicated. However,
after reading Lundys column, I
feel compelled to speak out.
Even if I had no more informa information
tion information than what I read in the Alli Alligator,
gator, Alligator, there are four salient facts:
1) the football players were pre present,
sent, present, presumably as uninvited
guests, at the SAE House during
a party; 2) all four of them got
into action against the 130-pound
Jordan; 3) Jordan, as a result of

University Needs Integration

If the Alligator stands for abet abetter
ter abetter University community, (and its
aims seem to be in that direction)
it would be totally hypocritical for
its policy to support segregation.
No community grows which does
not progress. Segregation is sta stagnation.
gnation. stagnation. Integration leads to pro progress.
gress. progress. What progress you may
The capacity of society in our
age must be permitted to reach its

Patriotism Versus Morality

In Mr. Clive Taylors column
of 1/22/63, he asks the question:
Is Patriotism Preceding Moral Morality?
ity? Morality? and proceeds to show quite
clearly the warped logic so con consistent
sistent consistent with the* liberal viewpoint
of today. In considering the Nazi
atrocities he quite reasonably asks
the question; Are WE going to do
as we are ordered without first
considering whether ir conflicts
with the most basic and elementary
moral codes which we all Know?
By the, example he gives he
implies that our answer should, of
course, be a very emphatic no! If
policies of our government con conflict
flict conflict with our moral interests, we
should refuse to comply. Up to
this point he has been very logi logical
cal logical and even consistent. However,
he has set a logical precedent which
if carried through to its con conclusions
clusions conclusions would be universally dis disclaimed
claimed disclaimed by all good liberals.
For instance:
not allow the refusal of a min minority
ority minority their political autonomy. We
should refuse to register for the
draft since our armed forces were
used to deprive Katanga of her po political
litical political autonomy.
Our moral structure does not
allow the forceful deprivation of
freedom. We should refuse to pay
taxes as long as they are used to
support such Agrarian Re Reformers
formers Reformers as Mao Tse Tung and
Castro not to mention Tito and
Our moral structure abhors the
Big Lie technique of the Russi Russians,
ans, Russians, yet we pay taxes so the New
Frontiersmen can have the funds
to launch their massive Public
Relations drive which tells us
ad nauseum that; 1) operating in
the red is the ideal way to make
a business function properly; 2)
that individual responsibility
(medical care) is not a good thing;
and 3) that the freedoms associ associated
ated associated witn me responsibility are

the fight, had to undergo surgery
to repair supporting structures a about
bout about his eye; 4) Dean Adams Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday took appropriate action
against the four football players.
Now with these basic facts in
mind, Lundy begins his lecture to
the Student Body in the most inane
fairy tale language, quickly be beclouding
clouding beclouding the truth by treating the
matter in a boys will be boys
fashon. One day a group of the
children got in an argument and
one boy kicked another boys sand sandcastle
castle sandcastle down. He continues to con confuse
fuse confuse the basic issue involved here
by implying that one ought not to
get upset over another fight. The
head nursemaid was used to this
sort of thing since it happened of often
ten often at the playschool.
Lundy then berates the student
body for daring to put the blame
on the football players; he thus
directly contradicts Dean Adams
judgment and action against the
football players in addition to our
intuition that 130-pounders, even
judo experts, dont pick fights with
football players, particularly four
husky ones.
Lundy then seems to feel that
since The Alligator wrote BRAIN

greatest potential. Kid yourself
not--the Negro is not inferior in
any way, shape or form. As a mat matter
ter matter of fact, lift the lid off of
his cultural concentration camp
and stand back! He's ready to
The white man has built a pro protective
tective protective myth around the Negro,
White supremacy and all that is
braced with the perpetual sight of
the ordinary Negro economic con condition.
dition. condition. He feels superior to all

really disadvantages.
Our moral structure does not
permit us to pay someone for
something he doesnt do. We should
refuse to pay taxes when they are
used to pay farmers not to grow
wheat or other produce.
Our moral structure tells us that
to take our own life is a bad thing,
yet you, Mr. Liberal tell us we
should commit suicide. Its still
morally suicide even through you
hire an assissan to do the job for
you. Havent we bought jet figh fighters
ters fighters for communist countries and
then tought them how to use them
most effectively? If I face a known
killer who has already voiced his
intent to kill me and we both have
pistols, and I throw mine away in
hopes he will follow my example,
am I not committing suicide?
I heartily concur with your pre premise
mise premise Mr. Liberal, do you concur
with its implications?
Ramon P. Boswell, 6PH

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or SKULLENJURY.the Student Body
is unalterably prejudiced in this
matter against the football players.
He sarcastically reprimands the
little children ie. the student body,
for knowing All about it, for
believing what they read in the
paper, for having the effrontery
to know how wrong those vicious
football players were.
MINUTE. I doubt that the Stu Student
dent Student Body will ever know ALL
about it. But we know enough about
it to come to a judgment in the
matter. Lundy is the one whos
kidding himself, and the student
body along with him.
In sweeping prose, Lundy
charges The Student Body has
staged a trial and made a con conviction
viction conviction without knowing the facts.
Dean Adams conducted the trial
and made the conviction, presum presumably
ably presumably knowing the facts. Once more
Lundy attacks the student body for
believing what it reads in the paper.
And they have forgotten that
even football players have feel feelings.
ings. feelings. I think that after what hap happened
pened happened Friday night, the Student

that dirty trash. Take off your
narrow glasses, Mr. Powers. In Integration
tegration Integration is long overdue, and
American stands impoverished by
its hypocrasy. The Negro is you
or I a shade darker; same biolo biological
gical biological system, same intellectual ca capacity,
pacity, capacity, opportunity for opportunity.
He has the same concerns. If our
country or university is to grow
to its full capacity, it must shed
its already itching skin of Racism.
When you read the Rockwell Re Report
port Report did you accuse him of racism?
Any segregationist is simply a
Rockwell or another stripe! Most
of their arguments are irrational
and if Little Rock and Old Miss,
werent psychological torture for
our Negroes akin to Nazi physical
torture of the Jews, then what is
A university should be a growing
experience both of the mind and
spirit. When the segregationist
can integrate himself internally
and cease using the Negro as his
one up security system, then
both he and the institutions he per perpetuates
petuates perpetuates will become solid. The
University needs integration! We
students need Negro friends and
colleges to round ourselves out:
to pnrich ourselves.
What about segregation, Mr. Po Powers?
wers? Powers? PLENTY ABOUT IT. We
need integration perhaps as we
have needed nothingelse in our his history.
tory. history. We cant propose to lead
a world with the ulcer of racism
eating our spirit out!
Patricia Hertzler, 7AS

Mondoy, January 28, 1963 The Florida Alligator

Bdoy realizes how sensiti\e some
football players are.
After all this, Lundy finally con concludes
cludes concludes with the crux of his column,
We (ie. him.) finally found out
a pretty accurate account of what
would like to sincerely apologize
for the little children (ie. us, the
student body,) in the playschool.
Why is he apologizing for us,
and to whom? Apparently he is
apologizing for the Student Bodys
drawing conclusions from what it
has read and believed in The All Alligator,
igator, Alligator, and he is apologizing for
us to the four football players.
The Sports Editor intimates that
he has found out something en entirely
tirely entirely different from that which has
been printed in the Alligator and
the conclusion of Dean Adams.
Dont be mysterious, Mr. Lundy;
tell us what it is From sources
which to the best of my know knowledge
ledge knowledge are reliable, my judgment of
the affair agrees with that of Dean
Adams. I wonder, though, exact exactly
ly exactly what was his appropriate ac action
tion action against these four people.
Lundy loftily finishes, As far as
we are concerned, the incident is
closed. We hope the rest of the
vultures (ie. the student body,)
will follow suit. No, Mr. Lundy,
the incident is not closed, for by
your attempt to dismiss the facts
and becloud the truth to the stu student
dent student body, yo u have opened it
Kenneth Keyes, 4AS
(EDITORS NOTE The Alli Alligator
gator Alligator has received several letters
dealing with Walker Lundys Fri Friday
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blems problems of space and timeliness, we
have decided to print only two--
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The Florida Alligator Monday, January 28, 1963

Sloan Should Have
The Word Tonight

Florida's Gators meet The
Citadel tonight in Florida Gym and
Gator Head Coach Norm Sloan
should know the enemy pretty well.
Before he came to the UF two
years ago as head basketball coach,
Sloan was the top mentor for five
years at The Citadel^
His chief assistant was Mel

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Thomson, who just happens to be
running the show there now.
Thomson will bring to town
a below-par edition of the Cadets
but they do feature a pair of
sharp-shooting guards, the team
Charlie Madrazo, 5-11, and
Larry Hitchcock, 6-1, are the

visitors biggest offensive threats
and receive help in the way of
rebounds from 6-7 Bob Bass and
6-6 Wayne Issacs.
The Citadel Team is generally
regarded in their home league,
the Southern Conference, as being
a year away from an outstanding
team. Madrazo is the only senior
on the team.
The Gators are putting a three
game win skein on the line tonight
and should be the favorite. They
currently have a 9-6 overall record
and are 3-2 in the Southeastern
After tonight, the Gators start
a five-game road trip that will
take them through some of the
best basketball country in the
Wednesday night in Charleston,
West Va., Sloans squad faces
one of the severest tests to date
in the University of West Virginia.
Sophomore guard Tom Baxley
continues to top the Gator cagers
in scoring with a nifty 17.8 point
Sidelined Brooks Henderson, the
other starting guard and also a
sophomore, is second in that
department with a 16 point average.
UF Golf Team
Wins Over NAS
Wind and cold ran the scores
high but Florida's golf team tri triumphed
umphed triumphed over Jacksonville Naval
Air Station 25 1/2 to 10 1/2 in
the Gateway City Friday.
Low for the day in the Gators
first match of the season was Ric Richard
hard Richard Leckey with a 74. One stroke
back was Chip Anderson of UFand
Mike Benak of NAS.
Leckey won all three points in
the feature match against Gator
Bowl champion Lou Gifford.
Lloyd Watts and Gerry Green ti tied
ed tied for low honors among freshman
with 77 cards.
Gator co captains Harry Root
and Marlen Vogt were slightly off
their usual form. Vogt shot a7B
and Root carded a 79.
The next varsity competition is
also against NAS Feb. 8 here.
The freshman team plays host
to Seabreeze High School from
Daytona Beach here this Friday.

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Lets Set Record
Straight... Again

We goofed.
Put poetically, allegorically, or any other way, it all amounts to
that. We goofed.
But, contrary to my attackers who wrote letters to the Editoi, it
was an honest mistake. We were trying to make a point with Fridays
article on the football playersjudo incident and evidentally some
folks misunderstood us.
This column is a correction, not a retraction or an apology.
We were trying to say: The incident was not TOTALLY either
sides fault but a combination, and that more than just Jorden and
the football players were envolved in the scuffle. The student body,
we felt, generally believed the contrary.
We wanted to set the record straight.
The gridders were partly to blame to be sure but not 100 per cent.
This was the point we were trying to drive home Friday and the one
that was told to us again yesterday by a man in Tigert Hall who did
not wish to be identified.
This is the truth and we still believe it. Apparently, this was not
all that some people drew from Fridays article. But as we said, it
was an honest mistake. Believe that or dont.
The parts of the letters we received that said in no uncertain terms
we were wrong, we were glad to receive. The parts that were nothing
but a personal attack against us, we werent so enthusiastic over.
Parts of them are as far as from the truth as they say we were Friday.
We have said the same thing today as we tried to say Friday because
we feel it is the truth. If personal attacks such as those are necessary
for the truth to be known then so be it.
There may be further letters concerning what we wrote today. If
so, read them and judge for yourself.
We will not answer again. Enough harm has been done.
Auditorium Problem Solved
While Florida State head basketball coach Bud Kennedy was in
town with his team last week, we talked with him about how they
handled the no-auditorium-so-we-hafta-use-the-gym-but-we-can't
The problem, if you will remember, was pushed up above the stu students
dents students horizon here two weeks ago when Ferrante and Teicher held
fort in the tiny University Auditorium.
Florida State has come pretty close to solving their problem.
Kennedy said State has Wescott Auditorium which we deduced
from his description is a heavy-set edition of University Auditorium.
Wescott can seat about 3,500 peple, the Seminole cage boss
said. The he conceded, but its not adequate to hold the big crowds.
To get around the space problem, he explained, They run the shows
on successive nights to accomodate everybody.
Tully Gym, which is about two-thirds the size of our gym, is used
even less than ours for non-athletic events.
The only things we hold in the gym are Vlances with big name bands
and the legislative barbeeque at Homecoming like you do here.

Tankers Ebb Tide

UFs varsity swinHning team
set eight records Saturday in
drowning the University of
Alabamas Crimson Tide swim
team, 62-32 in drizzling rain.
Florida's All-American Jerry
Livingston rode the Crimson
Tide to set pool, varsity and
meet records in the 200-yard
butterfly with a 2:05.3. This time
bettered the SEC record set by
Livingston last year of 2:10.0.

From The Sidelines

Sports Editor

Co-captain Terry Green set a
meet record in the 50- yard
freestyle with a time of 22.9. Dick
Farwell also pin ed down a meet
record in the 200-yard backstroke
with a time of 2:12.0.
Doug Stark swam the 500 yard
freestyle in 5:47.1 for a new meet
record and the 400-yard freestyle
relay team of Farwell, Livingston,
Harry Wilder and Green came to
a finish with a new meet record
and a time of 3.28.4.