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Pugh Ruled Ineligible

The Florida
Alligator

Vol. 55, No. 75 University of Florida, Gainesville Thursday, January 31, 1963

New Married Units
May Be Ready in '64

Another married housing unit is
scheduled for completion and
occupancy in September, 1964.
Costing $1.75 million, it will
contain 208 units.
UF Asst. Director of Housing
Thomas G. Carpenter said the
project, still on the drawing boards
Med Center
Lion Dies
Mucopolysaccharidosis has
killed the lion at the J. Hillis
Miller Health Center.
The Medical Centers expanding
animal research lab brought
Duchess, a two-year-old lion, from
the Jacksonville Zoo about a year
and a half ago. She was suffering
with a degenerative disease of the
bones and cartilege similar to
what is called Hurlers
Syndrome in humans.
Duchess had symptoms that
were similar to a group of diseases
we were studying in which the
connective tissue degenerates with
age, David Branch of the Med
Center Relations Bureau, said.
We observed the lion to try
and get some insight into this
disease, mucopolysaccharidosis,
which is as little understood as
its name, he added.
The lion died last week and
tissues of the animal will be
studied.

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but nevertheless Schaefer and Jim Wolf, WGGG announcers have to
stay behind bars until the community contributes their bail which will
be given to the March of Dimes. Schaefer, a Phi Kappa Tau, was a
Pre-Gator Growl emcee.

has been on the books for more
than two years, but finances have
finally been arranged.
There appears to be no question
that this project will be under
way this summer, Carpenter
said, and we hope to have the
units ready for the 1964 fall tri trimester.
mester. trimester.
Carpenter said the construction
would be similar to that of Corry
and Schucht Villages with the
exception of some minor improve improvements
ments improvements such as reduction of sound
transmission through the
buildings.
No three-bedroom units are
planned. Housing will be divided
equally at 104 each of one- and
two-bedroom apartments.
The new housing unit will be
situated between Schucht Memorial
Village and Fla vet 11.
A 40 year loan has been
arranged through the United States
Housing and Home Finance Agency
for the full amount of the
construction.
The 100 per cent government
guaranteed loan, which will be
self liquidating, has not been
approved by the agency, as yet.
Carpenter said the project is to
be considered replacement rather
than additional housing due to the
loss of Flavet I to the new Florida
Union and part of Flavet 111 already
lost to the Tolbert and Graham
areas.
Married housing now consists

of 878 units. With the loss of
Flavet I in August, the total will
be 800.
Addition of the new project in
September 1964 will bring the total
UF married housing up to 1,008
apartments.

Hinckley Retires
After 27 Years

Dr. Elmer D. Hinckley, a founder
of Florida Blue Key, will retire
this week as head of the UF
Psychology department.
Hinckley became head of the
psychology department 27 years
ago. He came to the UF.in 1926
to teach in the department of
philosophy.
Now that Ive decided to retire
I dont know why, Dr. Hinckley
said. Ive never been sick a day
in my life, not even with childhood
diseases or colds until an illness
two years ago and Ive recovered
from that. But Ill find plenty to
do. I love to teach and counsel
and expect to maintain my office.
Hinckley created the University
Counseling Center, and directed
its activities for 20 years. He
is also a leader in the creation
of the Florida Merit system,
designed to encourage better
government in the state.
I had an awful time starting
it in Florida, though, he chuckled.
The governor threatened to get
Stanford Gets
Union Award
William (Bill) Stanford received
the Man of the Year Award at
a Florida Union banquet last week.
A member of Florida Blue Key,
Stanford has served the board as
president, vice-president.director,
and chairman of the forums com committee.
mittee. committee. He received a key for
outstanding member of the
committee last year. \
The award is given to the person
whom board members feel has
contributed the most to the Florida
Union Board of Student Activities
program in the past year.
1963 is the second year the award
has been given. Mac Melvin
received it last year.
Virginia (Pep) Michie, hostess
committee chairman, was chosen
outstanding committee chairman.
The following were awarded gold
keys for service: vice-president
Dave Vogler; secretary AnnErtel;
treasurer Dennis Flanagan;
directors Virginia Michie, Virginia
Harrell and Jack Blocker and
committee chairman Frank Glinn,
Robert Zinn, Richard Cohln,Wilson
Atkinson, Catherine Pierce,
Edward Culpepper, Michael
Schafer and Mary Eastland.

Just Misses 2.0
Requirement
By DAVE WEST
Managing Editor

V.O.T.E. Party-nominee Jim Pugh was ruled in ineligible
eligible ineligible to run for clerk of the Honor Court yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon.
Pugh, SAR, was disqualified when the registrars
records showed he did not have the required 2.0
overall average.
In a statement to the Alligator last night, Pugh
said there was a difference in the records in the

Registrars Office and his upper
division school (building
construction.)
The registrars office shows
Pugh two honor points short of
the 2.0 average and his college
shows a slight surplus of honor
points.

By PAT WILKINSON
Staff Writer

rid of the merit system but of
course he never dt4
The Florida Blue Key also owes
its existence to Dr. Hinckley and
two friends.
I was an undergraduate at
the UF. One day, standing on the
steps of the language building with
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DR. HINCKLEY
. . retires after 27 years.
K. K. Hanson and Dave Rambo,
we got the idea that a leadership
fraternity for outstanding students
might be a nice thing to start,
he said.
Never dreamt Florida Blue
Key would get so political though,
he said.
Dr. Hinckley was secretary secretarytreasurer
treasurer secretarytreasurer of the UF student body
and was president of 19 campus
organizations while an
undergraduate.

Meredith to Stay
JACKSON, Miss. (UPD-Negro
James H. Meredith am.ounced yes yesterday
terday yesterday he would return to the Uni Univers
vers Univers i t y of Mississippi for
the spring semester, but indicated
he was doing so reluctantly.
Both President Kennedy and
Atty. Gen. Robert F. Ken edyhave
openly expressed the wish that
Meredith remain at the school, and
persons in the forefront of the In Integration
tegration Integration movement have told
Meredith the hopes of the Negro
people are riding with him.
Apparently with these urglngs

NEWS IN BRIEF

This difference was caused
by the Dean of the College being
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JIM PUGH
. . can't run for clerk.
able to drop a course from the
record and the Registrars' office
inability to do the same.
The Student Body Constitution
recognizes only the registrars
grades.
There is no course of action
but to be dropped from the official
slate, Pugh said.
V.O.T.E. Party Chairman
Tommy Kennington said he was
sorry that a man of Jims capa capabilities
bilities capabilities and qualities was unable
to run.
The possibility of endorsing
another candidate for the post has
not been discussed with the Party.
Bill Hoppe is running for Honor
Court clerk unaffiliated. Hoppe
was unavailable last night for
comment.
Student Party Chairman Tony
Greer said he felt tha.t Jim Pugh
did not intentially try to dupe the
student body. He is a fine person
and probably did not realize he was
ineligible to run.
However, we feel that the power
group in V.O.T.E. Party let the
student body down. This is but an
indication of the manner that they
have selected their candidates
to run for office, Greer said.
I believe their irresponsibi irresponsibility
lity irresponsibility in the selection of their can candidates
didates candidates will carry over in to office
if they win, Greer added.

firmly in mind, the 29-year-old
Negro went before about 50 news newsmen
men newsmen and a battery of micro microphones,
phones, microphones, floodlights and grinding
movie cameras to make his long longawaited
awaited longawaited announcement.
Soviets in Cuba
WASHINGTON (UPI) De Defense
fense Defense Secretary Robert S. Mc-
Namara told Congress yesterday
that about 17,000 Soviet military
personnel still remain in Cuba and
that they probably control the prin principal
cipal principal elements of the island's air
defense system.



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The Florida Alligator Thursday, January 31, 1963

Painting Exhibit Opens Today

An exhibit of paintings by St.
Augustine artist Stanley Bate opens
at the UF today.
Sponsored by the Department of
Art, the, paintings will be shown
in Gallery X of Building X through

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Bates work has been exhibited
in the Metropolitan and Whitney
Museums of New York, the
Corcoran Gallaries in Washington
D. C., the Butler Institute of
American Art in Youngstown,Ohio

the Musee dArt Moderne in Paris
and the Lowe Gallery.
Bate lives in St. Augustine and
Craryville, N.Y.
The exhibition will be open
weekdays from 9 a.m.-noon and
from 1-5 p.m.

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. . discoverer William T. Fagan, center, shown with
Dr. Marvin Margoshes, chemist with the National Bu Bureau
reau Bureau of Standards, and Dr. Velmer A. Fassel, lowa
State University, at a four-day spectroscopy seminar.

Prof Poses Plan
To Detect Attack

A light beam discovered by a
UF professor may someday
become the key to a fool-proof
protection against atomic attack.
Called a Maser beam, it is not
yet a reality but is a definite
possibility, according to UF
professor William T. Fagan.
Fagan said the U.S.Government
is doing entensive work on the
project. Whereas most beams of
lier ht tend to widen like a flash-

light beam, the Maser beam,when
discharged through a special agent
such as a ruby or a mixture of
gas, remains coherent in a straight
line.
If perfected, the Maser could be
the only fool-proof defense system
against an atomic attack.
It is a challenge to this
generation of scientist and
engineers to perfect this most
valuable system, Fagan said.
Practical applications of the
Maser beam have already gone into
operation. Certain eye operations
have been made possible by the
Maser beam.
Maser beams have also been
bounced off the moon to measure
the exact distance from earth.
Officials at Cape Canaveral plan
to use the Maser beam as a
precision timing device in the
Gemini Space project. Even a miss
of 100th of a second is many miles
in space.
Fagan, Daytona Beach native,
first started work on the Maser
beam when he was a student at
LSU in 1934. The beam was dis discovered
covered discovered in 1957 while Fagan and
some of his colleagues were
working on another project.
Colleges Talk
Teacher Prep
A Joint Teacher Preparation
Program between the UF Colleges
of Education and Arts and Sciences
will be discussed at 7:30 tonight
in Walker Auditorium.
Assistant Deans Kimball Wiles
of education and Stanley E. Wim Wimberly
berly Wimberly of arts and sciences will
present the program.
Both will tell how the plan
evolved, what it consists of and
show the advantages of having a
student go through both schools
to get a degree to teach.
The last part of the lecture
will consist of a question and
answer period.
Forest Tax
Talk Today
Forest Land Taxation will be
the subject of a public lecture by
Dr. William A. Duerr in McCarty
Hall 44 todav at 1:30 p.m.
Duerr is chairman of the
Department of Forestry
Economics at the State University
of New York College of Forestry
at Syracuse University.
A noted authority in forestry
economics, Duerr has written
seyeral books, including
Economic Problems of Forestry
in the Appalachian Region, Re
search in the Economics
of Forestry, Forestry
Economics and several bulletin 5
and technical articles.



A Response To Rockwell
Report Contrived,
Like 'Shell Game
by PINCUS GROSS
(Continued from Wednesday)
Again, we rffust asx ourselves, wny should Rockwell, in a piece
presumabiy addressed to the discerning reader, include such a
ridiculous, pathetically contrived, and ugly analogy? Are you by
now feeling a little bit queasy with this piling up of horrendous images
and perhaps dismissing the whole thing as being in rather poor
ate and, certainly, in atrociously bad style? Is this little vignette,
verging on the salacious, really intended as a serious argument?
Or is Rockwell again trying to slip a point past unobserved while
we are intent on making sense out of some transparent nonsense?
What Is the pea In the shell game this time?
Very simply, tnat all evil, all perversion of decency, all misery,
dishonesty, treachery, and crime, are foisted upon our society by
the machinations of the Judeo-democratic Marxists world. Now,
it is apparent that Rockwell does not expect anyone, except the rare
dolt or other crippled mind, to accept this simplistic doctrine. But
you, being a Jew, or a liberal, or a democrat, or even a Marxist,
will perhaps with indignation protest, But thats lunacy! I, too,
am against all those horrible things., and perhaps go on to cite
instances of your participation and active opposition. And having
protested you will have lost the argument. For, you see, in Rockwells
world your very protests are but further proof of your perfidy.
Well, you say with a shrug, no one else really believes that of
me. And again you will have lost the argument. Not because anyone
really believes all this of you, but because some very small part
of it has to be true of anyone and every one.
To the extent that you accept being singled out in this negative
when did you stop beating your mother way, or to the extent that
other, usually well-meaning and kindly, people allow you to be so
singled out, you will continue to carry the burden of defense. And
this is precisely the position in which Rockwell wants to put you,
and this is the point of his little comedy of a man who came home,
etc. Finally, we arrive at the foot ofif you will forgive the
allusion--Mt. Sinai and the doctrine of National Socialism will be
revealed to us by the new prophet, Rockwell. However, by now he
has space left for no more than the barest outline without rationale.
Thus must we content ourselves with what Rockwell gives us and
see if we can find our own rationale.
Upon examination we find that it consists of a melange of mistated
and misinterpreted notions about evolution, genetics, and social
phenomena, dressed with pseudo-scientific jargon, garnished with
materialism, and seasoned with opportunism.
The evolutionary process, especially with respect to complex organ organisms
isms organisms such as man, involves the passage not of six decades, six centur centuries,
ies, centuries, or even six millenia, but of many tens of thousands or hundreds
of thousands of years. Nor does the evolutionary process influence in
any way, and certainly does not insure, the survival of any given in individuals.
dividuals. individuals. Rather, the theory accounts for the survival of entire spec species
ies species and involves hybridization, or to use Rockwells more colorful word,
mongrellzation, as one of its most important mechanisms. Thus, fe
speak of the devolution of humanity since 1900, or even since the be beginning
ginning beginning of recorded history, is to utter the rankest nonsense; to speak
of the upward evolution...of the strongest and most fit individual...
or even of breed is to babble abysmal ignorance.
As for Rockwell's sociological insights, one need but comment that
no man is a brain cell or afoot cell, or any kind of cell, each one with
inherently fixed and limited structure and function. Rather, every man
shares with his fellows im umberable characteristics which may differ
in degree but not in kind.
(Continued Monday)

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Airport give flying lessons to UF ROTC cadets under a United States
government contract. Students receive 20 hours of dual instruction
and 15 hours of solo flight time, as well as a final progress check.
Cadets in the UF AFROTC program also receive 30 hours of
ground school, navigation, weather and Civil Air Requirement
instruction. Cadets completing the course and passing the Federal
Aviation Agencys written and final flight check, rpcpivo

an FAA private pilots license.
Real Estate
Book Subject
Real estate values are not made
by stone, mortar or brick, but by
people, said Dr. Alfred A. Ring,
UF professor and real estate ap appraisal
praisal appraisal authority.
In a book just released by Pren Prentice-Hall,
tice-Hall, Prentice-Hall, Ring said, What hap happens
pens happens in Berlin today may have a
tremendous effect on the value of
a Miami Beach hotel tomorrow. A
shooting war would hurt resort
town valuations and raise factory
town values.
The book entitled The Valuation
of Real Estate was adopted be before
fore before publication by seven major
universities. The text is a guide
to property valuation for asses assessors,
sors, assessors, appraisers, insurors, sub subllividers,
llividers, subllividers, builders, realtors and
Ring is head of the Department
oi Real Estate in the College of
Business Administration, a regis regisered
ered regisered real estate broker and co coauthor
author coauthor of Real Estate Principles
and Practices.

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Page 4

Spring Lures Coeds
To Stay in Fashion

By TOVA LEVINE
Staff Writer
Bright colors, stripes, nautical
patterns, two-piece bathing suits,
bone-colored shoes and stacked
heels all are in store for the
well-dressed Florida coed this
spring.
According to Bill Donigan of
Donigans, fashionable coeds will
be wearing culottes,wrap-arounds,
knee-skimmers and A-line skirts.
The country look of the flared
skirt, rather than the straight,
slim skirt will be in for the
coming season, Donigan said.
Big, rounded pockets with
railroad-stitching on denim
dresses will be in style, as will
be madras in just about
everything, dresses, skirts,
handbags with antique leather trim,
headbands and scarfs.
The shift type of dress will
also be popular this spring. The
shift may be straight or flared.
Different styles will be designed
for early morning wear through
the day and evening wear.
Skirt length? Well, being as it
can't go much higher, it will stay
about the same length, at mid-knee,
local experts say.
According to Mrs. Garber, the
spring colors will be fresh and
I HEELS put on in 5 minutes I
1 SOLES put on in 15 minutes' I
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vibrant citrus colorslime,
lemon, orange, pinks from the
wild to the subdued, solids
including reds and blues in denim
patterns.
The fabric colors and styles
of spring dress will range from
calico and denim of the American
primitive style, to the red, white
and blue of the sailor; from bright
prints to madras and from silk
prints to the easily laundered
cottons and dacrons.
In bathing suits, the blousy look
is in.
Two-piece bathing suits will
remain a favorite of beachcombers
this season, too.
The neckline will range from the
ridiculous to the sublime from
the very high to the very low.
In slacks, the fabric will be a
stretch material. Slacks, however,
will afford easy body movements
rather than the restricted move movement
ment movement of tight-clinging pants.
Tops in footwear will be
wegians, basic sneakers, pointed
flats, stacked heels and spectator
pumps.
According to Charlie Pringle
of Butler's, sneakers will be in
polished cotton and canvas of
assorted colors and pointed toes.
The color in shoes this season
will be bone, white and black
patent. The medium two and a
quarter inch high heel will be
more popular than spikes.
For walking shoes, Lee Holder
of Fagans Bootery says the word
is the low-stacked heel. The
classic loafer with the penny is
still popular. As is the plain
stitched loafer.

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BETSEYMcDOUGAU)
. . Today's Gator Girl
is a Zeta Tau Alpha who
is currently interning in
Jacksonville. Betsey,
who will be graduated in
April, is the former sweet sweetheart
heart sweetheart of the Peachtree
Palace.
FCC Proposes
Night Rates
Be Chopped
WASHINGTON (UPI) The Bell
Teleph one companies have
proposed new interstate telephone
rates that would permit long
distance calls anywhere in the
continental United States for $1
or less between the hours of 9
p.m. and 4:30 a.m.
The Federal Communications
Commission (FCC) which
announced the proposal, said the
after 9 reductions would be
accompanied, however, by in increases
creases increases of 5 or 10 cents on person personto-person
to-person personto-person calls up to 800 miles.
Under the new rate schedule,
a three-minute station-to-station
interstate call placed between 9
p.m. and 4:30 a.m. local time
could be made anywhere in the
continental United States for $1
or less.
This would be partially offset
by an increase of $25 million in
revenue from the higher person personto-person
to-person personto-person rates.
The commission said the rate
changes would be effective about
next April 1 under the proposal.
The FCC said it had asked Bell
to consider possible adoption of
the after 9 plan during a recent
review of the companys
operations.
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Remodeling Tigert
Said Efficiency Move

Recent remodeling changes in
Tigert Hall are expected to lend
a decorative, efficient touch to UF
administrators.
Included in changes is a Typical
Florida Man bust recently put
on display outside the dean of
mens office.
Nurses Fight
Past Spirits
Nurses here are trying to combat
a ghost.
The ghost is the spirit of
nurses past, impersonal pulse pulsetakers
takers pulsetakers in white uniforms,
according to nursing officials here.
UF nurses say modern nurses
have been trained to follow the
old school of formal nursing
thought with a theme of no portrayal
of feelings while on duty.
According to Lois Knowles,
assistant dean of the College of
Nursing, the UFs main theme
now is patients are people.
No longer is the nursing hopeful
instructed to take off her
personality and put on professional
impersonality with her uniform,
she said.
The new twist in nursing is
an attempt to answer the publics
complaints of nurses not being
with patients enough, according to
the assistant dean.
To further rid the UF of its
nursing ghost, nursing officials
have replaced head nurses with
unit managers.
The head nurse under the old
system supervised the diet kitchen,
ordered the linens and kept the
lines busy to the pharmacy as well
as overseeing the nursing staff.
The UF unit manager plan
substitutes a trained business
manager to handle all nonmedical
aspects of the head nurses jobs.
A nurse two handles the actual
nursing staff.
The Nursing College, which
graduated its first class in 1960,
now has 96 alumni, including two
men.

Classified

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engraved Jennie. Call Jennie
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(74-2 t-P).
.SECRETARY NEEDED must be
proficient in typing and shorthand.
5 1/2-day week. Good salary and
pleasant working conditions.
Interesting work for qualified
person. Write or telephone for
, interview. Scruggs & Carmichael,
P.O. Box 136, FR 6-5242. (67-ts-c).
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power, radio & heater. $llOO. FR
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V-M TAPE RECORDER, 6 months
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offer. Call Gary Huber, FR 2-9190
after 6 p.m. (73-3 t-c).
1955 STUDEBAKER Commander
sport model. No damage to body
or engine, original paint job,
excellent condition, clean interior,
radio. Priced for quick sale, $250.
FR 2-0297 evenings. (74-3 t-c).
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Physics. Call 6-4916. (74-3 t-c).

The bust is a likeness of an
ex-student who was killed during
World War I. His widow created
a scholarship here in his name
and gave the bust to the UF
The busts handsome features
are the reasons for its being
known in Tigert as the Tvoirsi
Florida Man.
According to Hale, remodeling
also has relieved a bottleneck
situation, in which students had
to enter five administrative offices
through one door. More entrances
are available.
Outside the dean of womens
office, a bust of Dr. John Tigert,
former UF president of the UF
is standing.
Other changes in the offices of
the deans of men, women and
student affairs are expected to
change the atmosphere to make
the students feel more welcome
and relaxed, Dean of Student
Affairs Lester L. Hale said.
It (the changes) will make for
more efficient and effective
facilities for taking care of student
needs, Hale said.
Summer Term
Plans 4,500
About 4,5U0 students will enroll
for the third trimester, running
from April 24 to Aug. 10, according
to the Office of the UF Director
of Admissions.
The figure, based on information
cards filled out by students during
registration, includes 2,050 in the
first term A and 670 in the second
term B.
Many students were not sure
which term they would attend
during registration.
The figures are compiled from
reports of only students currently
enrolled. Registration for the first
term begins April 24 and for the
second term on June 17.
Last summer 4,606 students
attended the summer session.

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children by day or night in private
home. 1406 NW sth Ave, Phone
6-8961. (65-ts-c).
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roadster. Less than 3,000 miles.
Excellent condition. Heater and
tonneau cover. Very reasonable.
Call FR 2-6331 or FR 2-3874
(57-ts-c)
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excellent condition. Light blup top
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you can vote for Alligator Managing
Editor David West for Board of
Student Publications. (75-2 t-P).
(Political Adv.).
BICYCLE and/or scooter wanted.
Call FR 6-8806. (75-lt-c).
ORLANDO Junior College former
students and their guests are
invited to an Open House Saturday
night, Feb. 2, 8 p.m. at the home
of Mrs. Carolyn Griffis, 3715 N.W.
7th Place, Gainesville. Phone 372-
7883.



Swim Meet
Souths Best
By GROVER ROBINSON
Sports Writer

This should be one of the top swimming meets
in the South this year, noted UF swimming coach
Bill Harlan as his prepared for its meet
Friday afternoon with the University of North
Carolina.
The Gators, the class of SEC swimming, and the
Tar Heels, top dogs in the Atlantic Coast Confer Conference,
ence, Conference, clash at 3 P.M., Friday at Florida Pool.
Last year UF upset the Tars 65-30, but it was only
the third Gator victory in nine meetings between
the two schools.

We wont have that element of
surprise working for us this year,
he added.
All American butterfly artist
Jerry Livingston of the Gators a agrees
grees agrees completely with Harlan.
It will be our toughest meet of
the year, he said between prac practice
tice practice laps yesterday. This is our
BIG one, even bigger than those
two FSU meets later this year.
Others comments gathered at
Tuesdays practice,
Co-captain Eddie Reese (Indivi (Individual
dual (Individual medleyist): Whoever wins
the final relay race will win the
meet. It should be that close. Yes,
Thompson Mann(NCs All Ameri American
can American medleyist) is sensational, but
he isnt their only gun.
Dick Farwell (Backstroke):
North Carolinas depth is amaz amazing.
ing. amazing. In a meet this close, a third
place in an event could mean the
difference.
Sophomore Doug Stark (Free (Freestyle):
style): (Freestyle): On NCs sophomore sensa sensation
tion sensation Harrison Merrill- r From the
things Ive heard about him, he
cant miss being an All American.
Co-Captain Terry Green (Free (Freestyle):
style): (Freestyle): All of the races should
be very close. When we upset
them at Chapel Hill last season,
their stands were packed. I hope
ours are overflowing Friday; well
need all the support we can get.
Carolina is so tough.
Harlan echoed the words of his
co-captain: With good weather I
look for the stands to fill up like
they did at last years FSU meet
when we had 2,500 cheering Gator
fans present.
A good crowd makes the boys
put out that good second effort;
against North Carolina well need a
good third effort too, he con concluded.
cluded. concluded.
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Alpha Tau Omega gained a two twopoint
point twopoint 26-24 overtime victory over
Sigma Chi and Sigma Nu edged
past Phi-Kappa Tau 44-37 to be become
come become the finalists in tonignts
Orange League championship
basketball game.
In the Blue League Phi Gamma
Delta defeated bracket foe Pi Kappa
Phi 31-23. The win placed PKP
in Blue League finale
against Delta Upsilon.
The Blue League championship
game gets underway at 7:30 with
the Orange League game to follow.
Snake sparkplug, Al Lopez Jr.,
led the SN attack with 13 points
as a late surge by Phi Kappa
Tau fell short.
The Snakes had parlayed a 33-
27 halftime buldge into 39-30 lead
with three minutes to play before
PKTs Willie Lager turned a SN
floor mistake and two stolen passes
into a quick six.
SNs Lopez took over canning
two free throws with a minute
left to ice the game.
Alan Trammel, ATO scoring
leader with 14 points, netted a
jumper with two minutes remain remaining
ing remaining in regulation time to tie Sigma
Chi 22-22. The Sigs brought the
ball up court and played for a
last shot which went astray to
send the game into overtime.
Sigma Chi took posession
of the overtime tipoff. An attempt
was missed, ATO controlled the
rebound and brought the ball down
court to Barry Smith who hit with
a short jump shot with ten seconds
to play for the clincher.

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The Florida Alligator Thursday, January 31, 1963

Page 6

editorials

The Papers Ainr. All the news with decency our only limit

'our crisis
Dr. Jose Miro Cardona told a university aud audience
ience audience in the Law Auditorium Monday night that
the' Cuban Crisis is Democracys Crisis, and
told a very partisan audience that all democratic
nations should answer the call to arms.
If nothing else, Miro Cardonas presence here
Monday and Tuesday should have reminded us that
we, the people of the United States, have in real reality
ity reality played a great supporting role in Cubas thus thusfar
far thusfar woeful history as a free nation.
Since Cubas independence was first formally
established in 1902, democracy and freedom in
that island republic have lived a very spasmodic
existence.
Short-lived stretches of real democratic go government
vernment government have alternated frequently with long per periods
iods periods of dictatorship and also with periods of U.S.
military occupation.
Furthermore, the U.S. actually has done little
to help matters. American Big Business slowly
tightened her grip on Cuba, as American con concerns
cerns concerns grew to control Havanas gambling casinos,
the hotels, the large sugar tracts and various other
monetary plums. Havana became an American re resort
sort resort center a Riviera-like playground for the
feelthy reech Americans from the north, come
to spend their money in the plush gambling cas casinos
inos casinos amid Latin music, dancing and in the company
of the dazzling Cuban senoritas. Such was the gay
life in pre-Castro Havana, while only blocks away
the poor Cuban peasantry went about the task of
ekeing out a paltry subsistence.
But, despite the unfavorable domestic condi conditions,
tions, conditions, it was surprisingly enough not the pea peasants
sants peasants who first began circulating anti-Batista talk.
As Cardona mentioned Monday night, it was pri primarily
marily primarily the intellectual element that sparked the
toppling of Batistas regime and supported Cas Castros
tros Castros rise to power. Only through Castros po polished
lished polished propaganda machinery has the anti-Amer anti-American
ican anti-American feeling been fostered and spread among Cubas
common people.
What does all this mean? It simply demonstra demonstrates
tes demonstrates the fact that in at least some measure, the
U.S. is partially responsible for the conditions
present under the corrupt Batista regime which
led directly to the January 1959 Castro takeover.
That is to say, we helped support the very con conditions
ditions conditions that, in the long run, indirectly paved the
way to the birth of a Communist nation in the
Caribbean. Had we not allowed our wallets to
outweigh our morality and ideals of democracy,
and had we not been contented to sit back and
overlook Cubas poor internal and domestic condi conditions
tions conditions just as long as American-owned and backed
businesses reaped a bountiful harvest- had we
not taken this attitude, thus shelving our demo democratic
cratic democratic ideals then possibly the communist take takeover
over takeover could have been averted.
However, the fact remains that we did overlook,
we did sacrifice idealism for the sake of the bill billfold.
fold. billfold. The result is obvious. *' The future should
be our focal point now.
Its just possible that we might still be able to
rectify our product of 60 years of gross mistakes
at some future date. But, until Americas top
government echelon realizes that a strong, anti anticommunist
communist anticommunist dictatorship such as former Syngman
Rhee, Korea; Ngo Dinh Diem, South Viet Nam and
Chiang Kai Shek Nationalist China (which is neither
Nationalist nor Chinese) is not necessarily the best
form of government to back when considering
long-range effectsuntil this time, it is very pos possible
sible possible that American senility or evasion from demo democratic
cratic democratic responsibility will result in still other
CUBAS.
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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LETTERS
'UF Logic Course Might Help

EDITOR:
The article in Tuesdays
Alligator, Not Afraid of the
Priests, represents a courageous
and admirable effort on your part.
However, there are a few
criticisms which should be set
forth.
(1) Mr. Taylor can not expect
people to accept his idea that
religion is only psychological need
at least not the people who believe
in religion. He offers no evidence
whatever to substantiate his
contention that religion IS only
psychological need and nothing
more.
(2) He failed to note that even
if religion is based on a
psychological need (no more or
less important than the need for
companionship or security) it
can still be not only creditable,
but true (in the absolute sense).
He has not eliminated the concept
of God.
(3) Mr. Taylor, in equating
religion to companionship and

'Some Os My Best Friends...

EDITOR:
I wish to make several comments
about your column which appeared
in yesterday's edition of The
Alligator. Before I begin, may I
state that I am a Catholic and I
read your entire column!
9
I have no objection to an
expression of your religious
philosophy. You have a right of
free profession of your views. I
may not agree with your position,
but I do not deny the right you
have to publicize it. What I object
to is your use of a specific
reference to the Catholic Church
(any Catholic reader ) to
emphasize a point which could have
been and was made without
resorting to gimic"itactics.
You say you are a liberal (a bit
of vogue, don't you think) and
profess to a liberal viewpoint viewpointunder
under viewpointunder such title begins your
commentary. You say corruption,
famine, etc. exist in a priest priestridden
ridden priestridden countrythis I do not
deny. Sometime, however, why not
walk into the slum areas of
Gainesville or take a look at
Harlem, N.Y., or Philadelphia or
San Francisco--hunger, evil and
ignorance exist here in a country
which professes separation of
church and state.
You say erroneous views on
evolution are taught in parochial
schools-of course youve
attended church schools of all
denominations and have a complete
knowledge of the biology curricula
of these schools! I haven't lean
only cite my experience with the
public and parochial systems of
New York and say that
misinterpretations were given in
both cases.
If you are objecting to religion
in general, then be general in your
objections, but give them an
intelligent, factual basis. If you
wish to convert us cowards" to
a new progressive position, then
do so on a theological basisnot

security, (see point 2 above)
legitimizes religion in the same
sense that companionship and
security are legitimized. For who
does not want companionship? Who
(4) He apparently has no idea
what he is doing when he assumes
religion may be judged by the
touchstones used in other fields.
By evaluating religion on the same
basis as economics, politics, so sociology,
ciology, sociology, science, etc., you run Ihe
risk of releasing mammoth,
passionate forces that could
destroy many of our institutions.
Illustration: A person A person,
A, believes in a certain religion.
Thus, without the cultural
restrictions traditionally imposed
on religion (derived from its
special position) this person would
feel free, perhaps obligated, to
spread his religion by all means
possible, including force. The
closely guarded separation of
church and state, religion and
does not seek security? Who does

through use of tactics which would
shame your logic professor.
Eileen Brennab, 3AS
P.S. Some of my best friends are
Christians and theyre regular
guys (some are even liberals).

Girls And Apartments DO Mix

Recently a coed was placed on
probation because she was found
in a mans apartment drinking at
8 p.m.
Another coed could not be found
when a relative died and her sign
out sheet listed her at the library
and a check there was to no avail.
Last year in an editorial, The
| DAVID WEST
j. . managing
editors note.
Florida Alligator asked the
Womans Student Association to
follow their sister organizations
request at FSUto abolish the
no mixed apartment visiting rule.
The WSA did not act.
And currently the coeds appear
to be living by a double standard
even to a greater extent.
With freshman coeds being
allowed to have apartments and
the dorms being crowded, the
library having inadequate space,
it often becomes necessary for
students to study together at
apartments.
But we will not attempt to lessen
the primary reason we feel the
mixed apartment visiting taboo is
unwar rented.
Students enjoy partying, some
enjoy drinking, and others would
perhaps just prefer being together
without having to borrow a car.
If the Dean of Women, Miss
Marna Brady, feels it is her
responsibility to regulate
and discipline, fine but it would
appear to be more responsible if

not desire religion? All three
represent inner and natural
yearnings. We should be concerned
if Mr. Taylor did not exhibit these
natural and desirable tendencies,
economics, etc., would
immediately be invalidated, and
the result could well be political
and economic chaos.
(5) Mr. Taylor argues that
reason should be applied to religion
as it is in other fields, and yet
he does not even apply reason
to his case. In the third paragraph
he heaps invectives upon those
who do not believe as he does
simply because he feels science
has shown psychological need to
be the sole instigator of a religious
need. This appears only as a
singularly successful attempt at
self-centered sensationalism.
Regardless of whether you
contend religion is right or
wrong, Mr. Taylors arguments
are wrong, detrimental to his own
cause, and represent a degree
of coarseness which is hard to
understand. We can not respect
anyone who would treat religion
so speciously, maliciously, and
with such flippancy. We suggest,
Mr. Taylor, that the Universitys
C-41 logic course might be of
help to you.
Richard B. Mathews, lUC
Eugene K. Waering, lUC

she would allow coeds to sign out
to their correct destination.
The FSU plan requires two other
women students to accompany the
girl in the apartment thus provides
a peer-chaperonage. Coeds signing
out must give the address and
telephone number of the apartment
she intends to visit. She is not
allowed to visit one room
apartments.
inis plan appears reasonable.
It appeared reasonable last Spring,
but no action has been taken.
Yet probably a majority of the
representatives to the WSA have
attended apartment parties, or
have studied in an apartment.
Many people who have discussed
this idea, have discouraged publi publicizing
cizing publicizing it, fearing perhaps the
administration would start
cracking down. This is
impractable due to the great
number of apartments and the
general sentiment towards
apartment visiting.
we can understand when the
administration enforces a state
law forbidding drinking on state
property or they enforce laws
in the dorms. But apartment
visiting is neither against the state
laws nor against the mores of
our society.
We can understand the
administrations feeling of
responsibility to the paifents,
although we disagree with it.
This column will draw a few
letters, probably letters against
t£e idea and in a few weeks the
administration will sit back and
say well thats over again for
this year.



letters

Good Vs. Evil Not Basic Idea of 'Billv Budd

EDITOR:
Not that I wish to laud Mr.
Schneiders efforts, but he did
look good in comparison with the
present movie reviewer, Judy
Barnes. I refer specifically to
her review of Billy Budd.
I find it most amazing that any anyone,
one, anyone, much less a movie reviewer,
could have missed so much after
having it presented so analytically.
Melville himself spent much space
in the novel explicating the novel,
and by the time Mr. Ustinov (who
triples as actor, producer, and di director)
rector) director) gets done illuminating each
and every single point, I find an
article like Judy Barnes impos impossible
sible impossible to believe.

Administration Is The Issue

Theyre everywhere. Theyre
everywhere. No matter where you
go, where you turn, or what you
do, you cant escape the poop poopsheets
sheets poopsheets being passed out by two
parties in an effort to win your
vote come Feb. 7.
9 FRED CZERNER
. . conservative
viewpoint.
In the morning, your floor is lit littered
tered littered with propaganda. On campus,
youre confronted with smiling
faces proclaiming from their lofty
perches, Im the best qualified
so even find these
slander sheets in the toilet
stalls. You just cant escape them.
Thus far these writings have only
served to muddy the water with
acusation and counter-acusations;
however, from all this political
crossfire has come one tangible,
the platforms have been laid open
to student body.
These platforms though superfi superficially
cially superficially different are masterpieces
of duplication. Almost every prac practical
tical practical issue is to be found in both
platforms. Both call for book ex exchange
change exchange expansion, better bus ser service,
vice, service, and lengthened library hours.
Similarly, both platforms have
flaws.
V.O.T.E. calls for the lighting
of some of the handball and tennis
courts, a proposal for which funds

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The basic idea of the film is
not the conflict of good and evil;
good and evil are exceedingly
simple and general terms for this
movie. True, it is a conflict of
a right versus a wrong, which is
only a somewhat different thing,
but more than that, it is a conflict
between shades of right and wrong,
a decidedly different thing.
Billy Budd is wrong, at least
according to societys laws.
Claggart is right by the same
laws. On the other hand, Billy
is right, for several reasonsrhis
overall purity, his being goaded
by Claggart to inhuman lengths,
his unfortunate, but not condemable
inability to respond under great
pressure. Claggart also is some somewhat

have already been allocated. Stu Student
dent Student Party said that it would air aircondition
condition aircondition dorm facilities. This
particular issue was placed before
the Board of Control at their last
meeting, and thus falls beyond the
realm of student government.
All in all, both parties have
promised students the moon if
their party comes to power. This
sort of action on the part of the
parties makes it difficult for stu students
dents students to see the real issues be because
cause because they have been buried in so
many glamorous promises.
In order to help the students
seperate the real issues from the
chaff, a series of debates between
the party principals have been
scheduled. The first was held last
Wednesday evening in the Hume re recreation

More Twirling, Less Sweeping

EDITOR:

In my three -year tenure here
at the University, I have become
an avid Florida basketball fan.
This year particularly, I know we
must all agree that the team has
been exceptionally colorful, both
in victory and defeat.
What I wish to discuss is the
halftime show at these games.
What is it? Gatorettes doing their
twirling routines. Very entertain entertaining,
ing, entertaining, indeed. Ido believe that I
enjoy the sight of pretty girls ev every
ery every bit as well as any other Flor Florida
ida Florida man. Lets have more of the
same! Only one request however.
Wouldnt it be even more deco-

what somewhat wrong in his own inaoilitv
to accept Billy's near perfection,
in his twisted intelligence, and
most specifically, in his gross
accusation against Billy.
As Melville said (chapter 22):
Who in the rainbow can show
the line where the violet tint ends
and the orange tint begins?
Distinctly we see the difference
of the colors, but when exactly
does the one first blending enter
into the others? So with sanity
and insanity. In pronounced cases,
in various degrees, supposedly
less pronounced, to draw the exact
line of demarcation, few will
undertake though for a fee some
professional experts will. There
is nothing nameable but that some

creation recreation room. One is scheduled
for Feb. 4, and on election eve
WRUF will broadcast a debate be between
tween between the presidential hopefuls,
Jim Graham and Paul Hendrick.
The formal debates (Feb. 4 and
Feb. 6), though valuable in pre presenting
senting presenting the issues to the students,
will not, I feel, be as valuable
as those informal ones held in the
dorms and Flavets.
This, I feel, is the real issue
at stake. The platforms them themselves
selves themselves are both good, and either
of them would serve the student
body equally well. This leaves the
administration of these proposals
as the chief issue.
Who is best qualified t o see
these proposals put into effect?

rous for these lovely Gatorettes
to do their routines without the
maintenance crew going back and
forth during the performance push pushing
ing pushing on their dust mops?
Make no mistake! I bear these
men no malice. Im quite sure
theyre fine fellows. They cer certainly
tainly certainly do their job well and keep
the floor in beautiful condition.
Nothing is more honorable than a
mans honest toil. However, the
fact remains that these mainten maintenance
ance maintenance men are just not as pretty
as the Gatorettes. I hope that in
the future their respective perfor performances
mances performances can take place separately.
Joseph J. Raffa

Thursday, January 31, 1963 The Florida Alligator

men will undertake to do it for
pay.
This is true about the characters
as well as the plot; that is, all
the characters except Billy, who
is perfect except for his speech
difficulty. Claggart is definitely
not, I repeat. NOT a cruel"
character, in whom the sadists
find a friend. For anyone that
can only differentiate black from
white and not from grey, he is
cruel. For anyone with even an
iota of perception, he is grey.
Which shade of grey is immaterial
to the appreciation of the movie.
As specifically stated in the movie
(movies are difficult to write about
because you have to rely
completely on memory; you cant
look up a line afterwards.) Claggart
is an excellent master-at-arms,
which requires intelligence as well
as other characteristics which can
loosely be termed as good.Claggart
is for instance, insusceptible to
any common temptation. What
brings out the cruelty in Claggart
is seeing Billy Budds perfection.
He must make Billy fall as he has
seen all other men fall. Captain
Vere isnt all white either; after
all, he is the one that convinces
the court that Billy must be hanged.
The only kind of movie that will
glue anybody to his seat is a
suspenseful one. This movie was
anything but suspenseful. The only
people that didnt know what was
going to happen still believe in
the Lone Ranger and the last
minute pardon from the governor.
I cant believe that some college

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people actually could not believe
that Billy stayed where he was
during the scuffle just before he
was hanged.
You mean that somebody actually
went to Billy Budd expecting
to hear Rodgers and Hammerstein?
No doubt about it, I guess. Many
people went to see Sodom and
Gomorrah expecting to see sex.
Billy Budd, however, was not
advertised as having 12. count
'em, 12 hit songs or a million,
count em. a million laughs.
Does evil triumph in the end?
Ridiculous' Billy gets hanged and
then the ship gets blown to bits.
Thats like saying that Pontius
Pilate was triumphant. Or that
Claggart lost.
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The Florida Alligator Thursday, January 31, 1963

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UF Golf Club
Open In Sept.
The UF Golf Club finally emerged from university red tape with the
announcement yesterday that the 18-hole course will open next Sept September.
ember. September.
The links, formerly the Gainesville Golf and Country Club, will be
available to UF students and faculty and their wives although it will
be primarily used for physical education classes during the week.
A small swimming pool will be open to faculty members and their
family.
Fees will be set on a trimester and year basis, including green fees
and locker and golf cart rentals. New equipment will be sold in the
pro shop.
Alumni, retired faculty members and non-academic employees of
the university may also be allowed to use the facilities. Final poli policies
cies policies and the appointment of the staff will be announced later.

Gators Smothered

CHARLESTON, W. Va. (Special)
West Virginias mighty Mountain Mountaineers
eers Mountaineers took their anger out on the
Gators and pounded the bewildered
UF 114-67 before SJIOO fans at
Charleston Civic Arena last night.
The West Virginians led by Jim
McCormick and Rod Thorn, who
pumped in 51 points between them,
broke a record for scoring against
the Gators. The largest number
of points scored against the UF
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season. This was the first time
that any team has broken 100
against the Gators since Norman
Sloan took over as UF head cage
coach.
Florida was only in the game
at the opening tip off and after
that the Mountaineers full-court
press, ball stealing, and rebound rebounding
ing rebounding made it all West Virginia.
The Mountaineers jumped off to a
30-7 lead midway through the first
half and stretched their lead to
55-24 at half time.
The second half was a repeat
of the first and with only 5 minutes
gone in the half West Virginia
owned a 72-31 lead. The Gators
could manage only to keep pace
for the rest of the half.
Tom Barbee lead the UF scoring
with 16 points and Tom Baxley
was second with 15.
Another record came close to
being broken. The 47-point victory

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margin was just one point short
of tying the record for the greatest
margin of defeat in a game. In
the 1950-51 season Kentucky clob clobbered
bered clobbered the Gators 85-37.
Saturday night the UF faces the
Kentucky Wildcats in an SEC
conference game at Lexington, Ky.
The UFs record is now 10-7 in
all games and 3-2 in the SEC.'
Frosh Baseball
Sets Prills
All freshman interested in play playing
ing playing baseball for the UF Baby Ga Gator
tor Gator baseball team are invited to at attend
tend attend the practices starting Monday
at 4 p.m.
The practices are at the var varsity
sity varsity field and all candidates have
been asked to bring their own glo gloves
ves gloves and shoes. More information
can be obtained by contacting Coa Coach
ch Coach P.A. Lee through the Depart Department
ment Department of Required Physical ed education.
ucation. education.

Old Man Bad-Luck
Strikes Henderson

Brooks Henderson is snake-bitten.
But not by one of those slinky reptile creatures. This time it was
Old Man Bad-Luck that did in the high-scoring member of the Florida
Gator basketball team.

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It was the same injury that happened last week. We just tried
to rush it too much. But were going to take it slow and easy this
time.
He said doctors drained the broken vessel last night and told
him to give it at least two weeks of rest.
Two weeks ago, Henderson suffered from severely-painful pulled
muscles in each leg and played two games in that condition.
Does he feel hes become accident prone?
No he shrugged last night while holding onto his crutch, its
always happened. This same type of injury has happened to me three
times.
While playing end on the Coral Gables High School football team,
he was injured for the first time.
Last year when we were practicing during semester break, I
hurt it again. It took two and a half weeks that time to heal.
I hope to be back for the Ole Miss--Mississippi State home
stand (Feb. 16-18), especially Mississippi State, he said.

Track Team
Schedules
Time Trials
The UF track team will have
its first time trials Saturday, at
2 p.m., on the varsity track.
The trials are in preparation
for the Gators first meet at Mont Montgomery,
gomery, Montgomery, Ala. in the SEC Indoor
track meet on Feb. 16.
inese trials are the first op opportunity
portunity opportunity for the public and coa coaches
ches coaches to size up the squad.
The following events will be run
to conform with the indoor sche schedule:
dule: schedule: 60 yard dash, 60 yard high
and low hurdles, 600 yard rfach
1000 yard run, mile run, and two
mile run. There also will be field
events including: shot put, broad
jump, high jump, pole vault, dis discus
cus discus and javelin.

From The Sidelines

By WALKER LUNDY
Sports Editor

Last week, the 6-2 sophomore
from Miami popped a blood vessel
in his leg and the internal bleeding
forced him to the sidelines for the
Florida State game here last
Wednesday.
He warmed up with the team
before The Citadel game Monday
night and re-injured it, this time
seriously.
While the team travels on its
current seven day road trip, Hen Henderson
derson Henderson hobbles to class on his
crutch and spends his nights in
the university infirmary.
Ill be able to play in about
three weeks, he said yesterday.
They (the doctors) think I can
make about the last six games.
Thats not very many, is it?
It didnt take a Phi Beta Kappa
to tell he was unhappy.
Henderson, the Gators number
two scorer with a 16-point average
before he was hurt, explained what
happened.

Headed
For Emory
Sixteen Umversity of Florida
students will go to Emory Univer University
sity University Feb 15-16 to compete in
the Association of College Unions
Game Tournament Regionals.
The winners of the top five pos positions
itions positions in billiards, bowling and
chess will go and meet other south southern
ern southern competition.
Last Monday night competition
finished between 30 girls and 50
boys in bowling. The win. ers in include:
clude: include: Sally Zaetsch, Gail Bush,
Stacy Smith, JanetSchory, and Nell
Norfley.
Their male counterparts
include: Barry Biebel, Richard
Coecklin, Jim Brown, Ronald Ja Jacobson
cobson Jacobson and Joel Krons.
The chess winners, who will
journey to Decatur, Georgia tor
the tourney are: Joel Chalifoux,
Sam Greenlaw, Gerald Moni, and
Bob Howard. In three cushion
billiards the winner was Gonsalo
Alday.