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The Florida

Vol. 55, No. 73

VOTE Slates
13 Planks
For Electorate
| V.O.T.E. Party officials
announced a 13-plank political
platform yesterday.
4ft One of V.O.T.E.s major
campaign'promises is to urge
Florida Congressmens support of
voluntary Reserve Officers
Training Corps (ROTC) and
convince UF administrators to
adopt the voluntary program.
The party also oppose attempts
to shift potential engineering funds
to other locales and schools in
I. V.O.T.E. Party would make re reluests
luests reluests to limit of final
to two hours,
eliminate compulsory class
attendance for the last three days
of the trimester, keep the main
library open until 3 a.m. during
f final examinations and 1 a.m.
during the rest of the trimester,
I and support special curfew for
j coeds so they can take advantage
of extended library hours.
Support student folk-singing and
talent shows on a weekend basis
in dormitory areas, establishing
new and improved recreational
facilities at Lake Wauburg, and a
student bus service to and from
downtown movies on weekends are
on the V.O.T.E. platform.
V.O.T.E. leaders say they would
provide kitchen facilities in the
mens dorms and a greater variety
of foods offered by the UF Food
In the married student category,
V.O.T.E Party promises to
establish short courses for wives
interested decoration, design and
first aid. The party would also
create a married students
housing commission and provide
student bus service to and from
the married student housing areas
on campus.
V.O.T.E. Party wants to
reactivate Student Government
(SG) Sere ice Organization and
assign it the principal function of the book exchange.
Abolishment of all privileged
seating at Lyceum Council pro productions
ductions productions and restrictins in SG
ductions and restrictions in SG
football seating allotments are on
(See PLATFORMS. Page 5)
Ag Council
OK s Hendrick
The UF Agricultural Council
endorsed V.O.T.E. party
candidates Paul Hendrick, Juan
Ague re and David Joiner by
unanimous vote.
According to council president
Elder Sumner, we felt they best
represent the interests of our
college and the student body as a
Hendrick is a candidate
for student body president; Aguere
is a candidate for Honor Court
Justice from the School of
Agriculture and Joiner is
a candidate for legislative council
from the School of Agriculture.
The Council represents
departmental and honorary clubs
from the school.

University of Florida, Gainesville;

... unaffiliated candidate
Hoppe Seeks
Clerk Spot
Selling old textbooks to finance
a campaign is a difficult way to
win an election, according to Els Elsworth
worth Elsworth William (Bill) Hoppe Jr.,
3AS, independent, unaffiliated can candidate
didate candidate for Clerk of the Honor Court.
Hoppe believes he might win if
he can talk to enough people and
keep his poop sheets up. However,
he feels he cant afford a lot of
poop or to keep asking his room roommate
mate roommate to make posters for him.
If people like my ideas, they
will vote for me. If they dont,
I dont want their vote anyway,
is Hoppes attitude toward cam campaigning.
paigning. campaigning.
Always kidding about running for
office, Hoppe decided to give it a
try. He has always been inter interested
ested interested in the Honor Court.
The student jury, abolishment
of the honor court justices, se secret
cret secret honor court proceedings and
keep the honor system are the main
tenets of Hoppes platform.
A student should be judged by his
peers, according to Hoppe, For this
reason he feels the student jury
should be the main organ of the
Honor Court.
Honor Court justices are poli political
tical political plums. says Hoppe. Since
the attorney general and his staff
investigate the cases, they or the
chancellor should determine the
penalty because they have more
knowledge of the case.
Hoppe feels Honor Court pro proceedings
ceedings proceedings should be kept secret
except to punish the names of the
guilty. He believes this would pro protect
tect protect the innocent and still act as
a deterrent to cheaters.
The honor system is the best
that could be used, Hoppe thinks
Its outdatedness could be over overcome
come overcome by a change in student at attitude.
titude. attitude.
People should have a greater
realization why they turn someone
in, says Hoppe.
Because he is working with the
UF Board of Examiners, Hoppe
feels that he has a direct ex experience
perience experience with the honor system. He
has worked on orientation, been a
Florida Blue Key Speaker and help helped
ed helped with the Homecoming Parade.

Tuesday, January 29, 1963

Student Plans
Eight Planks,
67 Splinters
Student Party is hoping a
platform built of eight planks and
some 67 splinters will become a
springboard to success in the Feb.
7 Student Government (SG)
Promises of social, academic
and service improvements have
been fused together to form what
party officials term the most
progressive platform in recent
Student Party is going to stand
behind every committment it
makes to the student body during
this campaign, Party Chairman
Tony Greer told volunteer workers
Sunday night.
Proposed is the creation of a
Florida Bowl (patterned after TVs
College Bowl), a graduate student
council, a professor-student club
to exchange ideas and additional
library study carrels for under undergraduates.
graduates. undergraduates.
The academic plank also calls
for an extension of library hours
and an end to scheduling final
exams before classes end.
Suitable location for Lyceum
Council presentations is high on
the social and cultural plank. IL
also promises to sponsor public
addresses by well-known
authorities, present nationally
(See PLATFORMS, Page 5)
Philpotf Sets
Law Address
Dr. Harry M. Philpott, UF vice
president, will give the graduation
address at the Stetson University
College of Law, St. Petersburg on
Thursday night.
Philpott will speak at
commencement exercises for 15
Stetson law students.
Philpott was associate professor
of religion at the UF, and dean of
religious life and head of the
department of religion and
philosophy at Stephens College
before he became UF vice

Gantt Accepted
Harvey Gantt arrived on the
Clemson college campus yesterday
and was peacefully accepted.
Clemson is the first school in
South Carolinas history to be
Gantt arrived by car at 1:34
p.m. EST and went directly to
Tillman Hall, where he was to
register and then confer with
Clemson President Robert C.
Gantt drove onto the campus in
a black sedan. He was accompanied
by his father, Christopher Gantt,
and a Negro attorney. They did
not have an escort.
Several hundred persons were
gathered around Tillman Hall.
crowd included students, law
enforcement officers, newsmen
and photographers.

Asks Nations
For Militancy

Cuban exile chief Jose Miro
Cardona last night called the Cuban
crisis -Democracy's Crisis, and
said all democratic nations should
answer the call to arms.

. . Cuban exile leader.
AF s Zuckerf
Speaks Here
On Cold War
U. S. Air Force Secretary
Eugene M. Zuckert will speak at
the UF tonight on Cold War:
Danger and Opportunity.
His talk, scheduled for 8:15 p.m.
the Medical Sciences Building Au Auditorium,
ditorium, Auditorium, is designated as the Ro Robert
bert Robert Tyrie Benton Memorial Lec Lecture
ture Lecture and is open to the public.
Zuckert became Secretary of the
Air Force in 1961. He has long
record of public service in a var variety
iety variety of areas. He is Director of
the People -to People Health
Foundation, Ind., a non-profit or organization
ganization organization which is operating the
HOPE ship as part of the Pre Presidents
sidents Presidents People to People
program. He has served as a mem member
ber member of the U.S. Atomic Energy
Commission and is co-author of
the book, Atomic Energy for Your
Secretary Zuckert is a native of
New York City. He received his
B. A. and LL. B degrees from
Yale University, the latter with a
certificate for completion of the
combined law-business course at
Harvard and Yale.


Gantt entered the building
within minutes after arriving on
the campus, and the crowd then
shifted toward the rear entrance,
where he was to emerge.
More than 100 state police
officers set up checkpoints and
patrolled the calm and resigned
Soviets Ahead
WASHINGTON (UPI) Th > ad administration
ministration administration told Congress
yesterday that the Soviet Union
still is ahead in space but the
United States is making faster
This countrys record of failures
in its space ventures is no worse
than that of the Soviet Union, the
administration said in a report
on 1962 space and aeronautics

Speaking in Spanish in the UF
Law Auditorium. Miro Cardona
said, Our sad privilege as exiles
gives us the right to ask for moral
and material support from all
democratic nations."
The 60-year-old president of the
Cuban Revolutionary Council in
Miami called on democratic
nations to become militant in the
face of their own destruction."
He hailed the Alliance for
Progress and the recent
mobilization against Castro as
acting to counteract the advance
of communism in the Western
Democracy, however, cannot
remain impassive in the face of
its own destruction," he said.
The lecture, entitled The Com Communist
munist Communist Infiltration of the
Americas," was sponsored by the
UF Department of Political Science
and its Latin American Language
and Area Studies Center.
Miro Cardona, a former prime
minister under Castro, helped
Castro overthrow dictator
Fulgencio Batista in 1959 but
became disillusioned, fleeing to
Miami in July, 1960.
He placed major blame
for communisms takeover in Cuba
on deposed dictator Batista.
The revolutionary movement
started against an abusive
dictatorship posing as a
democracy, he said.
He also blamed leftist intellec intellectuals
tuals intellectuals for aiding Communists in
overpowering Cuba and in
infiltrating Latin America.
These intellectuals demanded
every freedom, yet never
questioned the curtailment of these
rights in Communist countries
where extreme penalties are
imposed on anyone demanding
these rights.
Calling the Cuban Revolution
merely a Castro Revolution, Miro
Cardona said Marxism has im impoverished
poverished impoverished all of Cubas social
All of Castros plans have
resulted in dismal failure, not
because of the United States, but
because he converted a free nation
into a colony of a foreign power,
he said.
Miro Cardona looks forward to
Castros overthrow and the work
of constructing a new Cuba.
Our goal is not only to destroy
the Russian military base in Cuba
but to construct a democratic Cuba
with free elections, free speech,
free press and academic
We must foster economic
development and carry out social
reforms compatible with
.democracy and free enter enterprise,
prise, enterprise, he said.

Meredith to Talk
JACKSON, Miss. (UPI; James
H. Meredith said yesterday he
would hold a press conference
at 10 a.m. tomorrow to announce
his decision whether or not to
return to the University of
Meredith, the first Negro ever
knowingly admitted to Ole Miss,
attended a local meeting of the
National Association for the
Advancement of Colored People
here Sunday.
Attack Guerrillas
SAIGON, Viet Nam (UPf) The
Vietnamese government yesterday
launched a large-scale combined
airborne-armored infantry assault
against a Communist guerrilla
stronghold 40 miles northeast of
the capital, military sources said.

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The Florida Alligator Tuesday, January 29 1963

Proposed UF Constitutional Revisions

Proposed Revisions of the Student
Body Constitution:
Article I. Suffrage & Elections
Section 104. Time of Elections
Delete the word fourth and add
the word sixth
Delete the word fifth and add
the word sixth. Add the words
Third trimester elections shall be
held on the sixth Thursday after
thrid trimester classes begin.
Article 11. The Legislature
Section 202, Paragraph C, No. 2
Delete the word forty and add
the word seventy;
Section 205, Times of taking office.
The members of the Legisla Legislative
tive Legislative Council shall take office two
weeks following election.
Canvassing of election results by
the Legislative Council shall be*
completed within this two weeks
period as provided elsewhere in
this article.
Section 210. Transaction of Bus Business
iness Business
Delete the words, of the Trea Treasurer
surer Treasurer of the Student Body
Article 111. The Executive.
Section 303. Time of taking office

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Company Available for. ..
seniors and graduate students in business administration, liberal
arts or sciences. If you are interested in a career that
offers growth and challenge.. make a date to talk with the
Southern Bell interviewer when he visits your campus.
Representatives will be on eampus
February 5, 6 and 7
GROUP MEETING: February 5 5:00 p.m.
INTERVIEWS: February 6 and 79:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. .-
See Your Placement Officer
for an Appointment
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... QjuMuy uik He Future

Delete section 303 and add: The
officers shall officially take of office
fice office two weeks following their e election,
lection, election, provided that the Legis Legislative
lative Legislative Council has canvassed and
approved the election results.
Section 304.
Delete the word semester and
add the word trimester
Section 305. Vancancies
Paragraph 6 Delete the word
two-thirds and add the words,
a majority
Section 306. Delete the words,
Section 307. Administrative Off Officers
icers Officers
Paragraph C, Delete numbers 2,
3, and 4. Add Paragraphs N,
O, P, Q as follows:
N. Secretary of School Traditions,
whose duty shall be to:
1. Coordinate and promote pro projects
jects projects pertaining to school tradi traditions.
tions. traditions.
2. Encourage a greater spirit
of unity on the University of Flori Florida
da Florida campus.
O. Secretary of Social Affairs,
whose duty it shall be to:
1. Promote all social affairs
sponsored by Student Government
for the benefit of the Student Body.
2. Coordinate social activities
among the dormitory areas.
P. Secretary of Housing, whose

duty it shall be to:
1, Work with the Housing Off Office
ice Office of the University of Florida
in the interest of students living
in campus and off-campus hous housing
ing housing units.
2. Serve as a member of the
University Student Housing Com Committee.
mittee. Committee.
Q. Secretary of Traffic and Safe Safety,
ty, Safety, whose duty it shall be to:
1. Cooperate with the University
administration and area law en enforcement
forcement enforcement organizations with the
impro\ement of traffic problems
and promotion of safety measures
desirable to the University of Fl Florida.
orida. Florida.
2. Create and maintain the honor
bicycle program for the use of
the members of Student Body.
3. Aid in registration and ad adoption
option adoption of traffic laws for more
efficient traffic organization at the
University of Florida.
4. Serve as a member of the
University Traffic and Parking
5. Promote all projects related
to campus safety and civil de defense.
fense. defense.
Delete the concluding paragraph
of Section 307, and add:
In addition to the regular Cab Cabinet
inet Cabinet outlined above, the President
of the Union Board of Student

Activities. President of Interfra Interfraternity
ternity Interfraternity Council, President of Pan Panhellenic
hellenic Panhellenic Council, President of
WSA, Chairman of Mens Pres Presidents'
idents' Presidents' Council, Chairman of
Mayors Council shall be ex-off ex-officio,
icio, ex-officio, nonvoting members of the
Cabinet and act as liaison offi officers
cers officers between student Government
and their respective organizations.
The officers named above shall
have the right to appear on the
floor of the Legislative Council
and debate but not vote and shall
at all times answer questions from
members of the Legislative
Council concerning their respect respective
ive respective departments and shall give
them free access to their files.
Taken together, these administra administrative
tive administrative officers shall form a Cabi Cabinet
net Cabinet for the President.
Section 308. Delete the words,
and appointed in the same way
Section 310. Delete the words,
a budget and the word Bud Budget,
get, Budget, and add the words, any
appropriations and appropria appropriations.
tions. appropriations.
Article IV
Section 410. Penalties
Amend by deleting all of part a
and the words For an upperclass upperclassman
man upperclassman of part b to read as
stated below:
1. Penalties for violation of
the Honor Code shall be:
a. Not to exceed fifteen (15)
penalty hours and suspension from
the University for more than one
(1) year.
b. For all students convicted
of a second offense permanent ex expulsion
pulsion expulsion from the university pro provided
vided provided that this sub section shall
not apply to contempt proceedings.
c. For all ofenses of cheating,
a failing grade is to be given in
the course in which the violation
d. Provided that in cases of
extraordinary violations, a first
offender may be permanently ex expelled.
pelled. expelled.
Article V, Finance
Delete Sections 501, 502, 503,
k 504, and 505 and add the foll following,
owing, following, as well as an additional
Section 506
Section 501, Control of Student
Student Finances shall be gov governed
erned governed by Student Finance Law.
The Student Finance Law shall
be enacted and amended by the
Legislative Council. The Pres President
ident President and the Treasurer of the
Student Body may veto amendments
within a two week period following
approval. The Legislative Coun Council
cil Council may override the Presidents
or the Treasurers veto by a two twothirds
thirds twothirds vote of members present
and voting at the next regular meet meeting
ing meeting of the Council.
The Student Activity Fee all allocated
ocated allocated shall be part of the Stu Student
dent Student Finance Law. This allocation
may be changed only by majority
vote of the Legislative Council
members present and voting at two
consecutive council meetings, sub subject
ject subject to veto by the President or
Treasurer of the Student Body
or by the President of the Univ University.
ersity. University. The Legislative Council
may override the Student Body
Presidents or Treasurers veto
by a two-thirds vote of members
present and voting at the next
regular council meeting. A veto
by the President of the Univer University
sity University may not be overridden.
Section 503, Definition of the Stu Student
dent Student Body Funds.
The Student Body Funds shall be
defined as the total of all monies
received by activities and organi organizations
zations organizations receiving funds from Stu Student
dent Student Activity Fees.
Section 504, Fiscal Control of the
Student Body Funds:
Student Activity Fees shall be
collected and held by the Univer University
sity University Cashier on registration of
each full time Student. The fees

shall be requisitioned only by the
Legislative Council through the
Treasurer of the Student Body?
All other Student Body Funds
received by the various organi organizations
zations organizations must be deposited with the
University Cashier and are
subject the requisition only by the
Legislative Council through the
Treasurer of the Student Body.
The Funds of the Student Body
shall be bonded by the University
Business Manager.
The Legislative Council shall
have complete control of
disbursement of Student Body-
Funds in accordance with the
organizational budgets as approved
by the Legislative Council. The
President and Treasurer of the
Student Body shall have the power
to veto any appropriations of the
Legislative Council within two
weeks after approval by the council.
The Presidents or Treasurers
veto may be overridden by a vote
of two thirds of members present
and voting at the next regularly
scheduled meeting of the council.
Financial control of Homecoming,
Athletics, Intramurals, and the
Florida Union shall be confined to
budget approval.
The Legislative Council shall
have power to withhold Student
Body Funds going to any person
or organization for failure to
comply with the Student Finance
Law, Student Body Laws, or pro provisions
visions provisions of this Constitution.
Section 505, Organizational
Each organization allocated
funds,excepting special requests,
from the Student Activity Fee shall
be chartered by the Legislative
Council. Each shall submit a budget
to the Legislative Council as
stipulated in the Finance Law. A
majority of Legislative Council
members present and voting in two
consecutive regular meetings of
the cpuncil shall be necessary to
approve a budget. The President
or Treasurer of the Student Body
may veto any budget so approved
within a two weeks period follow following
ing following approval. The Legislative
Council by a two thirds vote of
members present and voting may
Treasurers veto at the next reg regular
ular regular meeting of the Council.
These budgets must include each
organizations estimated income
from all sources.
Section 506, Surplus Funds:
At the end of the budget period
all unbudgeted and unencumbered
funds shall revert to the Student
Government Reserve Fund esta established
blished established for that purpose. Surplus
Funds of Chartered Publications
shall revert to the Publications
Reserve Fund.
The Student Government Re Reserve
serve Reserve Fund may be apportioned
for approved projects by a majority
of members of the Legislative
Council present and voting. The
President and Treasurer of the
Student Body may veto an approved
transfer within a two week period
after approval. The Legislative
Council may override the Pres Presidents
idents Presidents and Treasurers veto by a
two-thirds vote of members
present and voting at the next
regular Council meeting.
Disbursement of funds from the
Publications Reserve Fund shall
be subject to majority approval of
the Publications Financial Board
and a majority of members of the
Legislative Council present and
voting. Up to ten per cent (10%) of
the Publications Reserve Fund as
of each September 1 may be dis disbursed
bursed disbursed in the ensuing year by
majority approval of the Publi Publications
cations Publications Financial Board.
The surplus funds of
Homecoming, Athletics,
Intramurals, and Florida Union
shall be exempt from the
provisions of this section.
(Continued Wednesday)


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The Florida Alligator Tuesday, January 29, 1963

Activities Go
As Trimester
Pushes Study
Fewer extra-curricular activi activities
ties activities at the UF are seen as a long longrange
range longrange effect of the trimester sys system
tem system by Dean of Academic Affiars,
Robert B. Mautz.
Mautz pointed out that the UF
campus has never had a more ser serious
ious serious academic atmosphere for a
more sustained time.
There are not many vacant
seats in the library, he said.
I also for see a lessening of
extracurricular activities as stu students
dents students devote more time to their
studies, said Mautz.
Dr. John McQuitty, head of the
UF Board of Examiners, said
scores on progress test have run
about the same as in the past.
He also said the amount of ma material
terial material covered in C courses has
been about the same, but some fa faculty
culty faculty members have complained a about.
bout. about. trouble covering all
The exam period is what con concerns
cerns concerns me the most, said Dr. Clar Clarence
ence Clarence Derrick, head of the human humanities
ities humanities department.
As it is now, Derrick said,
students need more time to re review.
view. review. Finals dont provide them
with a chance to catch up.
Today thru Wed.
-NEW YORKER Magazine

...E. E. Cummings
... Perry Miller
...H. S. Bennett
.. .John M. Blum
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...William O. Douglas
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. . so perform al 8:15 tonighf in the University Auditorium.

Sodom and Gomorrah Flick
Another Ole Spectacular

Movie Reviewer
Ugh. Sodom and Gomorrah,
now at the Florida Theater is
just another spectacular.
Its too bad, because the Bible
story behind it is quite a good
one. It concerns two cities,
mentioned in Genesis, that were
destroyed by God because of their
sins. Lot, a Hebrew, led his people
from the cities before their doom.
Hollywood obviously doesnt
understand the Bible. They do It
up in color by deluxe, and seem
to think the more gory chariot
races there are, the better.
The music in Sodom and
Gomorrah, is nerve-racking and,
well, typically spectacular. The
photography is too colorful and
unrealistic. Same goes for the
For instance, those silly little


gunny-sack outfitsthe women
look good in them, but the men
look like Tarzans in unsanforized
The love scenes deserve a whole
mouthful of ughs. Most everybody
laughed in the supposedly tender
And those cricket calls the
women make to call distant
villages. Ugh again.
The flic is full of the worst
in spectaculars--chariots, yelling
and all that garbage. In one scene,
they yell while Tarzan (Stewart
Granger as Lot) in his unsanforized
dress cheers them on. Tarzan sets

Wife ID Plan Extends Privileges

Married students wives
appreciate IDs.
Privileges extended to wives
include use of the UF Library
and Florida Union facilities,
entrance to Camp Wauburg,
Lyceum presentation and Florida
Players productions. They can
also be used as identification for
cashing checks.
Although not listed on the card,
the identification cards do permit
wives to participate in the student

LAMBRETTA 1956 2-seater, 150
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Miercoles Ocho de la Noche
Florida Union Auditorium
Presentation de Candidatos y
Plataforma del Student Party
Re frescos Despues

the valley on fire by throwing this
little fireball, and the hill
(spectacularily becomes lousy with
The best scene is a tossup
between Lot the avenging daddy
(he kills the man who harmed his
daughters innocence) and the
earthquake destroys the wicked
Stewart Granger has fallen way
down in this role. His acting is
especially second-rate and
(the scene is third-rate) when his
wife turns to plaster of paris
stone for looking back on the
flaming cities of Sodom and

discount plan witn Gainesville
merchants, according to Student
Body President William (Bill)
Getting into basketball games
free is a privilege many wives
say they want. Trickel says student
government is trying to arrange
this with the Athletic Association.
IDs may be obtained at the
Student Government office, 310
Florida Union.


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Lyceum Hosts
Juilliard 4
Hailed .on both sides oi the
Iron Curtain as brilliant cultur cultural
al cultural ambassadors, the Juiliard
String Quartet will perform in the
UF Auditorium at 8:15 p. m to tonight.
night. tonight.
A Lyceum Council presentation,
the Quartet will perform selections
by Schubert. Berg and Beethoven
The Quartet are vetehfns of in international
ternational international concert tours. The
first American string quartet ever
to visit Russia, the ensemble re recieved
cieved recieved a standing ovation at the
Tchaiskovsky Conservatory in
Moscow in October 1961.
The Soviet Deputy Minister of
Culture went backstage after their
performance and told the artists;
I have not heard such a quartet
in many, many, years, you are
technically and stylistically per perfect.
fect. perfect.
Founded in 1946, the Quartet was
recently Quartet in Residence at
the Library of Congress -- the
highest honor available to a string
quartet in the United States.
The group is one of the out outstanding
standing outstanding string quartets in the
country, and we are fortunate in
being able to schedule them, Lou
Ann Levinson, Secretary of
Lyceum Council said yesterday.
The program will consist of
Quartet No. 12 by Schubert,
Quartet No. 9 by Beethoven and
Lyric Suite by Berg.
The two-hour performance
sponsored by the Lyceum Council
is free to all Florida students upon
presentation of identification
cards. The cost is $1 for high
school students, and $2 for general
Tolbert Plans
Saturday Fun
Tolbert Area Council will
sponsor a campus wide dance from
7 to 12 p.m. Saturday in the
recreation room of Florida Gym.
The Astronauts, a five-piece
combo from Florida A and M,
will play for the dance. The
Vanguard Singers, a UF group,
will perform, and Kex Tinsley,
UF folk singer will also provide
Tickets will be on sale, at 50
cents per person, at the Infor Information
mation Information Booth of the Hub from 9
a.m. to 1 p.m. today through
Tickets may also be obtained
from any member of the Tolbert
Area Council.

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HUP! Guardsman Berry
Gator Guard
Adopts Youth
As Mascot
The Gator Guard, Floridas
crack Army drill team, has a new
additioneight-year-old Berry F.
Rhoden Jr.
Berry, son of Sgt. Ist Class and
Mrs. Berry Rhoden, has been
drilling with the guard for the
past three months and really
loves it, according to Sgt.
Rhoden, who is in charge of the
ROTC Armory.
The little soldier wears a
complete junior-size Gator
guard uniform, including chrome
pot hat, created by Mrs. Berry.
Berry can be seen keeping stride
with the Guard as it marches
Wednesday afternoons during
regular drill. With his pot hat
he comes up to the waist of the
average guard members.
According to Sgt. Rhoden, Berry
has always enjoyed watching troops
perform and when he heard that
the Gator Guard needed a mascot
he started marching with them.
The Guard decided to keep him as
official mascot.
The decision to march was
Berrys own. His father doesnt
push him at all, although he is a
professional soldier with 14 years
service himself.
Asked if he would like to see
his son make a career of the
Army, the Sergeant replied it was
entirely up to Berry, but if he
did he would like to see him go
in as an officer either through
West Point or ROTC.
Folk Singers:
Bring Guitars
The fine arts committee of the
Florida Union is featuring a
Double Date weekend on cam campus
pus campus Feb. 8 and 9 at the Univer University
sity University Auditorium at 8 p.m.
In response to the success of
last trimesters folk sing in Bryant
Lounge --Open Fire-Bring
Guitarthe committee is pre presenting
senting presenting a larger folk sing concert,
featuring Len Tinsley as Master
of Ceremonies.
Participating Friday will be the
Lonsome Travelers, The Vanguard
Singers, Bill Thorton, John Pier Pierson
son Pierson and the Southgate singers,
Paige Pinnell and the Florida Folk
singers, Ronald Rebuhn, Marilyn
Uilsman, Marty Shuman and Jenny

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known entertainers, and extend the
Gator Hops to other dorms.
Largest plank in the platform
is student service. It promises
to provide students with: a covered
walkway extending from Peabody
to Anderson Hall, a student trailer
park on campus, additional parking
areas for dorm residents,
additional football stadium
entrances, a clearing house to
secure entertainment for student
organizations, bus service to
religious centers and churches,
expanded bus service to downtown
areas, more phones for on-campus
calls, a program to mail picture
I.D.s and racks for raincoats
and umbrellas in classrooms.
A Student Party reform plank
calls for the elimination of
deposits for out-of-town football
games, payment of publications
salaries out of profits rather than
student fees and a shorter
orientation program. It also
promises replacement of student
publication equipment, purchase of
a student press, election of a
student representative & to the
Florida Union Board and improved
fiscal policies in the SG
treasurers office.
In a bid for independent support,
a dormitory plank offers direct
financial support to all dorm
councils, extension of Sunday Coed
curfew until midnight, installation
of various vending machines, and
a more efficient dormitory
transfer system.
The dorm plank also endorses
ai r -conditioning of dorm facilities,
more recognition of dorm intra intrathe

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the intrathe V.O.T.E Platlorm.
V.O.T.E. leaders promise to
help raise funds for a new Inter International
national International Center and sponsor SG
bus tours of Florida.
The party also opposes censor censorship
ship censorship of student publications,
especially the New Orange Peel.
The V.O.T.E. Pariy was
formed around the idea that student
government should not sit back
self-satisfied with its accomplish accomplishments,
ments, accomplishments, showing no hope for the
future, said Pa u 1 Hendrick,
presidential candidate.
The platform we present
differes from the Student Partys
in the emphasis we have placed
upon putting government squarely
in front of students ordinary daily
life, said Hendrick.
murals, better football seating,
and adequate fire escapes.
Married students also receive
attention in the platform. A village
community plank promises to
sponsor a nursery for student
children, mail I.D. cards to student
wives, admit wives and children
to student football seating for a
small fee, and increase the
Mayors Council allocation.
The plank also lists extended
loan programs, opening infirmary
and counselling facilities to student
families, and guaranteed housing
assignments to Flavet I residents.
An international plank would
encourage discussion of
international issues on campus,
channel legislative financial
support to international clubs,

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Viva Partido Estudantil--
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the kick -off to give foreign students

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their share of political poop as
Student party begins a play for
their vote.
A Spanish speaking political
rally, first in campus politics,
is planned for 8 p.m. Wednesday
in Florida Union Auditorium.
This rally will add life to the
campaign and show these people
we are interested in them" said
Neale J. Pearson, Student party
foreign student coordinator.
Translation into Spanish for Jim
Graham, presidential candidate,
and Don Denson, vice-presidential
candidate, will be handled by
About 500 foreign students are
on campus and Student party feels
it should involve them in politics
significant to the Florida student.
The party felt the Student Govern Government
ment Government process would mean more
to them if they were brought into
it, Pearson said.
Foreign students do not under understand
stand understand how the fraternity and
sorority bloc system works, the
magnitude o i Student Government
or how it has a relation to them
and their vested Interest in it
through the student activity fees,
Pearson said.
1 They are generally not involved
in the Student Government process.
A principal reason is the language
barrier, also none of the parties
have sought the international vote.
This Spanish speaking rally is an
effort to bring them into these
activities, Pearson pointed out.

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The Florida Alligator Tuesday, January 29, 1963

The Papers Aim: All the neu> uith decetny our only

(EDITORS NOTE....The following editorial is
reprinted in part from an editorial written by Ruth
Hetmanski and printed in the Tuesday, Dec. 18,
1962 issue of The Michigan Daily, University
of Michigans daily newspaper.)
WHILE A DORMITORY system is not necessary
to a University, certain goals and purposes may
reasonably be conceived for its existence. The
dormitories at the {University are not contributing
to the University on the basis of these goals.
One purpose of a dormitory may be protection,
especially for undergraudate women. Does our
dormitory system protect its inhabitants? For anyone
who has lived in it more than six weeks, the answer
must be no. Any girl who lives through this initiation
period during which she becomes the possessor
of knowledge that she can break any rule in the
dormitory with impunityany girl who lives through
this period and is still coming in at 11:00 Sunday
through Thursday and 12:30 on weekends is doing
so for her own convenience or through her own
convictions. If she wanted to break these rules,
she would do so. And many do.
It is well to khow that, while coming in a few minutes
late is punishable, not coming in at all is permissible.
If a girl forgets to sign out and then returns,
she is liable for punishmentbut if she stays out
all night after not signing out, she is safe. One
must be in the front door by 12:30 precisely; but
no one cares (though everyone knows) if one exits
via the rear door at 12:31. The alarm bells go off
periodically from the rear doorsbut no one checks
the doors, either to see if some girl has run off
illegally, or, what is more important, to see if some
unwanted male visitor has found away to get in.
UNDERAGE DRINKING is against the state law.
Everyone realizes that much drinking goes on
on any college campus, and that it is unrealis unrealistic
tic unrealistic to try to stop it. Yet if the dormitory is to
protect girls from overindulgence (as their par parents
ents parents think it does) why is it possible for a girl
to become, or remain, a serious problem drinker
in the dorms without any of her guardians at attempting
tempting attempting to help her?
This is not meant to be a moralistic essay a against
gainst against those types of behavior mentioned. It is
meant to point out that any girl who wishes to do
so can conduct herself in a manner completely
opposite to that facade of behavioral standards
supposedly fostered by the dormitory system. It
is doubtful that many mothers were aware when
they left their daughters to the tender care of
the dormitory that they would have access to so
many opportunities.
The dormitory, then, is in this respect a public
relations joke. Parents and the general taxpay taxpaying
ing taxpaying public are under the impression that the wo women
men women are kept more or less on ice to curb their
youthful and foolish impulses, that they are taken
care of while they live in a dormitory.
BESIDES FAILING to protect its inhabitants,
the dormitory fosters a very artificial atmosphere.
Certainly it is not like the home so recently left
by freshmen women.
How much more realistic it would be if the stu students
dents students were expected to find their own housing.
The adjustment necessary t o independent living
is no greater than that necessary for dormitory
livingand it would be a more life-like situation.
This way would be more consonant with the aims
of a resident hallit would prepare for living.
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
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'Not Afraid Os The Priests

I am not afraid of the priests.
They have tried upon me all their
various batteries, of pious
whinning, hypocritical canting,
lying and slandering, without being
able to give me one moment of
pain. I have contemplated their
order from the Magi of the East
to the Saints of the West, and I
have found no difference of
character, but of more or less
caution in proportion to their
information or ignorance of those
on whom their interested duperies
were to plaid off.
I thought it fitting to quote


Taylof Fears Nuclear Holocaust

This letter is in response to
Mr. clive Taylors article in
Mr. Taylor obviously has real
fears of a nuclear holocaust. Such
fears are easily generated by
popular novels like On the Beach
and Fail-Safe. But conceding
that nuclear war is a possibilty
do we dare suppose that man would
Why Not More
Campus News?
One of the reasons for The
Alligator to go daily last trimester
was to increase the campus news
coverage, but rather than printing
the campus news,The Alligator
staff seems to prefer articles such
as the controversial Rockwell
Report and national news
It seems that the Alligator staff
did not make any attempts to inform
the student body about the rumor
regarding dropouts at the end of
the trimester. It seems that the
staff would rather print someone
elses article, but.this couldnt
be true since many columns such
as.the Socially Speaking Column
have been omitted for lack of
room after filling the paper up
with other useless articles such
as intregation issues, and plane
crashes which have nothing to
do with this campus. I have
personally seen such finished
articles not appear in The
Alligator when other stories not
regarding the campus have been
used to fill the paper.
In last weeks article duuui tne
garbage areas at various fraternity
houses, the blame seemed to be
placed on the fraternity for not
keeping the areas clean, but they
also seemed to fail to mention
(hat it costs the houses $40.00
per month for collection,
regardless of size. I feel that the
city should pick up more often
when they charge such high rates.
Why wasnt this mentioned in the
I do hope that this letter helps
you in evaluating what the student
body would like to see in The
Alligator. I have talked with many
other people about the contents
of this letter and they all seem
to share my opinions. I would
like to see what others feel about
this problem.
Roger Straub, 3EG

Thomas Jefferson in a column
appearing shortly after 1 Religion
in Life Week. Even in his time
it was apparent to such a man
as he that organized religion was
merely dupery. Today, with the
increase in our knowledge of
science and psychology, it should
be even more evident that religion,
if necessary at all, should be
relegated to the role of satisfying
a psychological need, no more or
less important than the need for
companionship or security.
To people who need an edifice
of dogma to allay their fears of

be completely wiped away?Nevillev
Shute was not a scientist. Man can
tolerate relatively high doses of
radiation; and radioactive contam contamination
ination contamination decays rapidly, I learned
recently from a biologist.
This misguided optimism
that man will always revive reviveis
is reviveis set forth in S. V. Benets short
story By the Waters of Babylon.
Bombs, meanwhile, are being
made bigger and deadlier. The
question, tnen, is this: Evenuman
does have the power to destroy
himself (to the last man and
women), ought he lay down his
Mr. Taylor implies, in his
closing statement, that doing as
we are ordered... (not banning
the bomb) conflicts with our most
basic and elementary moral
codes. If it were our purpose to
destroy the human race, we would
indeed be at odds with our moral
heritage. But until that utopian day
of ominilateral disarmament, we
are merely doing our best to
protect our society, balance of
power or no.
And, for the religious, some
things are dearer even than life.
Joe J. Scheb, 3JM

Intelligent View Os The Crime

Although I do not know the student
who was summarily suspended
because of possessing marijuana,
I was interested in the incident.
I believe it is about time we take
an intelligent view of the crime'.
After all, we are supposed to be
the enlightened ones of the
community who should be able to
penetrate the completely
misleading propaganda which
obscures the subject. The most
elemental research reveals that
the plant is not even classified
as a narcotic, chiefly because
of its non-addictive nature.
I do not have the space nor
the time to prepare a full,
convincing apology for marijuana,
although I could easily do so. I
only wish to add that the
administration should have taken
into consideration the following
three points which, if having been
done, would have indicated that our
administration possesses guts,
perspicacity and a sense of
personal justice, after all. The
last sentence is not in the
subjunctive without reason,
i. legitimate psychological and

death and their uncertainties while
existing on this planet; to those
people who have to create a
personal God to which to turn when
in trouble; to those people who
think so little of mankind that they
have to create something superior;
to those people, organized religion
is necessary.
Many religions uphold the right
of the rulers to rule, who in turn
enforce censorship of ideas
contrary to orthodox religion and
patriotic ideologies. Spain, of
course, is a prime example of
what religion does when it has
the power. Poverty, ignorance,
and privation of liberty are the
result of a priest--riddencountry.
Even in this country young children
are taught in parochial schools
where biological evolution is either
denied or misrepresented; where
psychology is not taught. Any
Catholic reading this article should
ha e stopped at the first sentence
(Canon law 1399) and gone to his
Bishop who would give his
permission to continue reading
The Alligator only if the danger
to the prospective readers faith
and morals is not discernible..
Religion is equated with
patriotism; Communism is evil,
not wrong or different. The Cold
War is a crusade of Christendom
against the forces of darkness!!
It is obvious how little under understanding
standing understanding there can be between
nations when such archaic
monstrosities of superstition
remain barriers to any agreement
as to Mans destiny here on THIS
Russell gives a classic reply
to the question:
But what about people who feel
they must have a faith or a religion,
or they cant face life at all?
He replied, I say people who
feel that are showing a kind of
cowardice which in any other
sphere would be considered
contemptable. But when it's in the
religious sphere its thought
admirable, and I cant
cowardice whatever sphere
its in.
I cant either, can you?

artistic insights have Deen gained
by the plant. 2. The student was
not selling the plant, but had only
enough for his own use, which
would have been limited enough to
be considered a misdemeanor by
some states and even then not
enforced. 3. If the administration
intends to be consistent, they will
have to de'clare all retail flower
shops in the county off-limits to
students, because one can obtain a
more potent substitute in any of
I will be quite surprised if this
letter is printed. The Alligator
asserts its liberality by setting
up straw men (U. of Miss, and
Rockwell) to knockdown. Everyone
knows how imbecilic these
controversies are. Therefore, any
appearance of liberality is cheaply
bought. The Alligator would do
better to discover the forces behind
two local occurences, namely, the
pathetic token integration now
taking place and the vetoing of a
communist defenderbut then, I
suppose, these arent sufficiently
popularly unpopular causes.
(Name Withheld)

Cadets Outmaneuvered

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. . around Florida head coach Norm Sloan are the Gator cagers during a time out in
last night's game against The Citadel here.
Didnt Surprise Us
Moans Thompson

By Ernie Litz
Gator Sports Writer
Citadel head basketball Coach
Mel Thompson was a dejected
man last night following his teams
loss to the Florida Gators.
Standing, hands in pockets at
midcourt with the lights in Florida
Gym slowly being turned off, he
said that Florida Coach Norman
Sloan Did not surprise us. I
know he likes to run, and he did.
He didnt use any tricks, and he
certainly didnt need to.
f At times the game-was sloppy
for both teams, Thompson con continued,
tinued, continued, turning his eyes to the
floor, but after that bad first
quarter we played we just couldnt
quite get close enough.
Sloan, however, had his
reservations over the victory.
You know, he said, trying
to get ready for a game like this
is really hard. Its hard to go into
that locker room and say look
here this teams going to come
out like lightning, theyre 2-12
and we better be ready for them!
Waving his hand in the air, he
almost ecstatically recalled Boy,
when we had to be good tonight
Charity Cage
Game Planned
Gator coaches will meet a team
of fraternity all-stars in a charity
basketball game at 8 p.m. Feb. 20
in Florida Gym.
The 25 cent admission charge
will go to charities selected by
a committee of coaches and the
Interfraternity Council, according
to Fraternity Advisor Bill Cross.
The all-stars are 15 outstanding
players from the 26 fraternities.
The coaches will include bas basketball
ketball basketball coaches Norm Sloan and
Perry Moore; football coaches Ray
Graves, Pepper Rogers and Don
Brown; and members of the
physical education department.
Officials will be Red Dulaney
and Fred Lewis, referees for local
high school basketball games.

we sure were, but when things
got slow we really let up. Just
look at Hoffman, why at times
tonight he was really battling in
Changing from the topic of the
game Sloan wiped his forehead and
remarked, I tell you Ive really
got a flu now, as a matter of
fact, so does Buddy (Bales).
Actually the team is really in
bad shape. I dont know when
were ever going to be all well.
Buddy still isnt quite able to go
full speed, Toms (Baxley) knees
are both wrapped, and of course
Hendersons hurt, I think hell
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that Sloan has coached? Well Id
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that. This team is still too incon inconsistent
sistent inconsistent so far, but Id hate to
make a comparison.
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scene of smiles and cheers.
Forwards Taylor Stokes and
Richard Tomlinson were reading
the game statistics. But more
attention was being focused on
packing and getting ready to hit
the road to West Virginia, and
Wednesday nights encounter with
the Mountaineers. No one wanted
to make a prediction, but a quiet
optimism prevailed.

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Gators Hang On;
Top Citadel 83-75
Floridas offensive machinery looked like a
stop-and-go driver on a freeway as it roared, then
cooled, roared again and finally ended on a sputter
while being effective enough to knock off The Citadel
Cadets 83-75 last night in Florida Gym.
In their last home game for three weeks, the
Cktors leaped to a 9-0 advantage before the visiting
Cadets could pry the lid off their own hoop. Florida
owned an 18 point lead, their biggest of the night
with only eight minutes gone in the game.

Jackets Win
Thriller, 66-62
ATLANTA (UPI) Sophomore
Ron Scharf sank a pair of sensa sensational
tional sensational jump shots in the closing
two minutes here Monday night
to lead sixth-ranked Georgia Tech
to a 66-62 victory over the Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky Wildcats.
It was the Engineers 15th
victory against only one loss and
shot them into first place in the
Southeastern Conference
Tech and Kentucky were locked
in a thrilling 62-all tie with only
one minute 49 seconds left on the
clock when Scharf broke loose
with the go-ahead field goal Fif Fifteen
teen Fifteen seconds later after stealing
the ball from Kentucky and drib dribbling
bling dribbling the length of the court.Scharf
took a jumper from 15 feet out
and sank the final two points of
the game.
Cotton Nash, of Kentucky and
the Southeastern Conferences
scoring leader, showed no signs
of an ankle injury he received
Saturday night against Xavier but
had practically no luck against
Techs pressing zone defense
which held him to a total of 11
points and only one in the second

Forward Taylor Stokes and
guard Buddy Bales led the way
in the early minutes and it appeared
another 100-point night was in the
offing for the Gators.
Then they let up on the gas
pedal and the Cadets finally
cranked into second gear. The
lead closed as Citadel sophomore
George Metkiff and junior Mike
West began zeroing in from 25-
feet out on set shots.
Florida led handily 42-28 at
intermission but the losers quickly
picked up where they ieft off when
play resumed.
Metkiff, who ended with 28 points,
got down to serious business with
a 22-point barrage in the final
period and the Cadets inched to
within five points of the Gators.
Florida coach Norm Sloan sent
in center Bob Hoffman with 10:40
left in the game and Florida took
off again like a dragster.
Six points within 30 seconds by
the Gators left The Citadel behind
61-46 and a last minute effective
full court pass by the losers fell
Hoffman led the win ers with 17
points and tied with Stokes for top
rebounding honors with ten.
The UF scoring was evenly
divided, as usual. Bales fouled out
late in the game with 15 points
and Stokes collected 13.
Forward Tom Barbee had 12
points and forward Richard Tom Tomlinson
linson Tomlinson made it into double figures
with ten.

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The Florida Alligator Tuesday, January 29, 1963

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Tech Games
Action Packed

Modern basketball coaches like
to sport the latest models in
techniques and systems, but
Georgia Techs Whack Hyder
prefers sticking to the clutch.
His engineers are making
basketball history with their dare daredevil
devil daredevil last-minute finishes and if
that clutch doesnt slip they have
a good chance of earning at least
a share of the Southeastern Confer Conference
ence Conference title and a berth in the NCAA
Tech, ranked No. 6 nationally
and possessor of the Souths best
over all record, squeezed past
Tennessee Saturday night, 73-69,
for their 14th victory in 15 games
and moved into a tie for the SEC
lead with defending champion, 7th 7thranked
ranked 7thranked Mississippi Stateonly
team to beat the Engineers this
With Mississippi State unlikely
to go to the NCAA playoffs for
segregation reasons, Georgia Tech
needs to finish no higher than
second in the SEC to win a berth
in the post-season tournament.
Mississippi State slipped up
Saturday night. The Maroons were
upset by Memphis State, 71-65,
In other games Saturday night,
Auburn moved into third place

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in the SEC by beating Georgia
73-62; Kentucky waltzed past
Xavier 90-76 and Mississippi
ended a 12 game losing streak
by beating Middle Tennessee 77-
Georgia Tech had a chance to
take over the SEC lead last night
as the Engineers played host
to Kentucky.
Tech almost ran Tennessee off
the court in the first half Saturday
night and had a 15-point inter intermission
mission intermission lead after hitting on 62.5
per cent of its shots. But the
Engineers frittered away that
lead in the second half and needed
some clutch heroics by sophomore
guard R. D. Craddock to win.
Craddock, who scored 18 points,
came through with eight of Techs
final nine points.
Memphis State, a 10-point un underdog,
derdog, underdog, led Mississippi State at
one point by 18 points but had to
come from behind to win. It was
the Maroons fourth loss against
12 wins. Both teams had all five
starters in double figures.
Layton Johns, a6 -7 senior,
scored 28 points to lead Auburn
past Georgia at Athens, Ga. Jun Junior
ior Junior Charles Bagby scored 23 points
for Georgia.

Booters Choose Leaders

... is Fort Stuart player as Manuel Wills passes the ball
behind the player during one of the soccer matches with
the Army soccer club.

Manuel Wills, Rudy Barrantes

Men to Testify
In Pro Grid Case
MIAMI (UPI) Five men involved
in a suit against Baltimore Colts
owner Carroll Rosenbloom were
ordered today to appear at a
contempt of court hearing before
a federal judge March 12.
The hearing was called at
Rosenblooms request to
determine whether the men had
violated a federal court order by
revealing sealed testimony to
National Football League Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner Pete Rozelle.
Named in the order were Michael
McLaney, Robert McGarvey,
Richard Melvin, Charles Schwartz,
and Larry E. Murphy. They were
told to appear before Judge George
,C. Young in Miami at 10 a.m. March

FSUs Kennedy
Looks to Youth

The Florida State Seminoles will
be a powerful basketball team in
the future according to Head Coach
Bud Kennedy despite losing to the
University of Florida 94-86 last
Were a very young team that
has picked up an amazing amount

Manuel Wills from Honduras and
Rudy Barrantes from Costa Rica
were elected co-cgptains oftheUF
Soccer Club last Saturday.
Coach Alan Moore said that most
of the returning players, which are
90 per cent foreign students, are
two year veterans. Half of the
starting team will graduate this
Missing from the club, however,
were two year co-captains Mauri Mauricio
cio Mauricio Flores and Mike Kessler. Both
standout players, Flores has re returned
turned returned to his home in San Sal Salvador
vador Salvador and Kessler is interning in
West Palm Beach.
Moore said that Willy Miles will
replace Flores at the center half halfback
back halfback post but Kesslers position
is up for grabs.
Soccer clubs at FSU, Georgia
Tech and Georgia are probable
opponents this spring. The Flor Florida
ida Florida Club is also planning to de defend
fend defend their title in the Suncoast
Soccer Tournament in St. Peters Petersburg.
burg. Petersburg.
Moore explained * The club is not
allowed to make an official sche schedule
dule schedule because it would violate re regulations
gulations regulations for anon-varsity sport.
Most of the games are agree agreements
ments agreements between soccer clubs of
different schools, Moore said, but
some games are spur of the mo moment
ment moment affairs such as the game
against the Italian team from the
cruiser Garibaldi last fall. The
Club is not allowed to play var varsity
sity varsity soccer teams such as the one
at Miami.
The Club has won 39 straight ga games.
mes. games. Moore said, The players
dont mind the extra pressure.
They go out to prove they are the
better team.
Moore and the players partici participate
pate participate in the club on a voluntary
basis. Moore is not paid for his
services and the players practice
when their studies permit. On road
trips the coach and players pay
their way except for trans transportation.
portation. transportation.
Moore is hopeful that a game will
be played on Florida Field again
this year. Last spring UF beat
FSU in the stadium before a much
larger crowd than any that ever
attended a game on Fleming Field.

of confidence and poise in a very
short time, stated Kennedy.
Florida State played a sched schedule
ule schedule this year consisting of 13 South Southeastern
eastern Southeastern Conference teams and
three major independents. Their
current record is nine wins and
nine losses.
I feel playing a difficult sch schedule,
edule, schedule, such as this, is just what
a young squad needs. We took
our lumps in the early part of
the season but our boys are start starting
ing starting to click now, added Kennedy.
The Seminoles employ the
shuffle offense, which, accord according
ing according to Kennedy, has proven highly
effective this season. This of offense
fense offense emphasizes ball control and
field goal accuracy. For the past
two seasons Florida State has been
a national leader in field goal
Even with last weeks loss, the
Seminoles have won seven of their
last eleven games. Included in this
was a 77-74 defeat Uni University
versity University pf Miami Hurricanes.
The Seminoles must meet Miami
in a rematch next month in addi addition
tion addition to playing Centenary College
the same week. Both of these
schools are in the national basket basketball
ball basketball rankings.
I shudder to think of playing
those two games, but I guess it
will be quite an experience, said