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Vol 55, No. 84 University of Florida, Gainesville Wednesday, February 13, 1962

Waives Lyceum Rule

Council Canvasses
Campus Elections

Legislative Council last night
unanimously canvassed last
Thursdays elections after waiving
a Lyceum Council charter require requirement
ment requirement that would have made all
Debate Team
invades FSU
UF debaters will invade FSU
this weekend to try for top honors
at that schools debate society
Debaters John De vault and Bill
McCormick recently took the
superior team and superior spea speaker
ker speaker awards at the Harvard In Invitational
vitational Invitational Tournament in Boston.
They competed against 117 teams
from 94 colleges and placed high
in the contest.
If the UF Debate Society scores
high at Tallahassee and makes a
good showing at the Tulane and
University of Kansas Tourna Tournaments,
ments, Tournaments, they may have a crack at
the national championship West
Point Tournament.
The 18 member debate group
has three tournaments remaining
of the eleven it scheduled this
year. The debate topic selected
last summer by the National For Forensic
ensic Forensic Association for the year is:
Resolve that the non-communist
nations of the world should form
an eeo'tiomic community.
Society director of forensics,
William B. Lashbrook said he uses
as many members as he can in
the weekend college debates. Many
members with no previous exper experience
ience experience participated In at least two
tournaments a piece, last trimes trimester.
ter. trimester. Lashbrook said that mem membership
bership membership is open to anyone Inter Interested.
ested. Interested.
Recent activities, other than de debates,
bates, debates, include the current campus
public speaking contest and demon demonstration
stration demonstration debates in state high
When we appear off campus we
promote the University of Florida,
as well as the image of debate,
said Lashbrook.
Orange Peel
Seeking Copy
The New Orange Peel is now
material for the first
and second issues. Representative
areas are humor, especially
satire; art and literary* stories,
poems, plays; opinions, controver controversial
sial controversial subjects of contemporary
Interest and criticism; and feature
Bring material to Room 15 or
14 of the Florida Union Basement.
The first issue of the magazine,
originally scheduled for the first
of March, will be delayed until
the middle of the month.

Lyceum Council winners in ineligible.
eligible. ineligible.
Legislative Council member
Mike Klingman reported all
Lyceum candidates failed to sub submit
mit submit their names to the Lyceum
Council Qualification Committee
for approval prior to the election.
The Lyceum Council charter re requires
quires requires all members elgibility to
be pissed upon by the committee
composed of three faculty ad advisors,
visors, advisors, Lyceum Council president
and student body president, but the
Legislative Council has the power
of waiver.
Favoring the waiver, Jim Gra Graham,
ham, Graham, Legislative Council member
and unsuccessful candidate for stu student
dent student body president, said, We
should settle this matter here to tonight
night tonight and not throw out the re results
sults results of a campus-wide election
to a committee composed mainly
of faculty members.
Id much rather for the stu students
dents students to make a decision about
a student organization than faculty
members, Graham added.
Legislative Council member Jon
Williams opposed the waiver in
opposing the waiver said, I dont
think we can rationalize waiving
this simply for expendiency.
Lyceum Council Business Manager
Barry Diamond reported the quali qualification
fication qualification committee did not meet
prior to elections because one of
the faculty members was out of
Diamond suggested in the future
the committee be required to meet
prior to qualification date and send
a list of qualified candidates to the
student government office.
Legislative Council Member
Chi p Block proposed the clause
requiring the committee to rule
on eligibility be stricken from the
SELL Begins
Drive for UF
The Student Educational Legis Legislative
lative Legislative Lobby (SELL) is kicking
off its program to push for more
money for higher education and the
At a Monday meeting the Policy
Committee of SELL decided to
work more closely with the State
Board of Control In taking to the
people its plea for new taxes
specifically earmarked for higher
SELLS purpose Is to encourage
members of the Florida legislature
to support the proposed budgets
for higher education in general and
the UF in particular.
The 1963-65 Biennial Budget
request of the UF is in excess
of $97,000,000 and construction
requests, which Include an addi addition
tion addition to the main library, an
Engineering and Science Center,
and improvements to student dor dormitories
mitories dormitories add another $29,000,000.
SELL hopes to use students to
present the needs of higher educ education
ation education to residents of their home
County representatives are
needed in 41 bounties. Students
interested in the program should
apply in Room 309, Florida Union.

Lyceum Council charter, but no
action was taken last night.
Klingman reported Honor Court
Chance lor Tad Davis and Student
Body Pres. Bill Trickel had sug suggested
gested suggested two alternatives to solving
the conflict, the first of which the
council accepted.
Davis and Trickel had also sug suggested
gested suggested as an alternative the Legis Legislative
lative Legislative Council go ahead and can canvass
vass canvass the elections and leave the
Lyceum Council posts contingent
upon the approval of the Lyceum
Council Qualifications Committee.
..on publications board.
Council Rules
Federman Out,
West Elected
Student Party nominee David
West last night moved into a Board
of Student Publications seat as the
UF Legislative Council ruled V.O.
T.E. Party winner Don Federman
The Honor Court earlier this
week declared Federman disquali disqualified
fied disqualified for the board post because
he lacked the needed qualifications.
Secretary of Interior Joel Sachs
told the council that Federman had
told him prior to the election he
did have the required qualifica qualifications
tions qualifications for the board position, but
he shaded the truth.
The Board of Student Publica Publications
tions Publications charter states members must
be a Junior in the School of Journ Journalism
alism Journalism and Communications or have
at least two trimesters experi experience
ence experience on student publications.
According to Sachs, the only
experience Federman has had is
11 weeks with the Hume Hall Free Freethinker,
thinker, Freethinker, dormitory newspaper, and
working on the New Orange
Peel this trimester.
Westnext in line in vote count
for the boardlost in last Thurs Thursdays
days Thursdays election by 35 votes. A
Junior in the College of Arts and
Sciences, he has served student
publications six semesters and is
currently an Alligator managing

Final Exams
Up to Profs
Itll be up to each professorexcept in C
courseswhether final examinations are given at
the end this trimester, UF Pres. J. Wayne Reitz
announced yesterday.
If they are given, the exams should be limited
to two hours, Reitz added.
The new policy came in answer to the press
caused by the trimester system during final
exams in December.
Due to the trimester calendar, which caused
a shortened examination period for students and
a reduced grading time for instructors last fall,
a number of professors scheduled finals at times
other than those in the final exam schedule,
Reitz said.
Complaints from both students and faculty
were so numerous, Reitz said, That the pro problem
blem problem was referred to the Schedule and Calendar
Committee for study, he said.
The committee recommendation said each
faculty members should consider giving final
examinations and if they decide to give them
they shouldnt last more than two hours.
But if they are given, they must come during
the regularly scheduled final examination period,
Reitz emphasised. He asked every faculty mem member
ber member to decide if he wants to give an exam, and
each student to find out what the decision is.

Romita Hits Budget,
Says r oad to Ruin f

The fate of mankind, the check checking
ing checking of the monstrous evil that
threatens the world, hinges upon
the spending of our government/*
a leading economist said here last
Dr. Joseph Romita. In speaking
on Kennedys. Budget : The Road
to Ruin, emphasized the Impor Importance
tance Importance of a sound budget.
Planning a budget deficit/ Ro Romita
mita Romita said, Is like planing an Il Illegitimate
legitimate Illegitimate child; you can have one
by accident, or by misfortune. Its
the sort of thing that happens, but
Is never arranged.
According to Romita, Ken Kennedy


GENEVA (UPI) The United
States resumed the 17- nation
disarmament conference
yesterday with a hopeful White
House plea for progress on a
nuclear test ban treaty.
But the Soviet Union countered
with a demand that the United
States abandon its overseas
nuclear bases as the price of
such a treaty.
William C. Foster, director of
the U. S. Arms Control and Dis Disarmament
armament Disarmament Agency, read a personal
appeal for a test ban agreement
from President Kennedy.
In it, the President said he felt
the chance for agreement had
improved because of the Soviet
Union's acceptance of the prinicple
of on-site inspection.
Foster added, I believe there
is some reason to hope that test
ban agreement may be on the
Reds Close NBC
MOSCOW (UPI) The Soviet
Union ordered the National
Broadcasting Co. (NBC) to close
its Moscow Bureau yesterday,
charging the network presented
"slanderous" programs in the
United States.
Russell Jones, NBC correspon correspondent

nedy Kennedy calls for both a tax cut and
higher expenditures.
The prospective revenue loss
for the fiscal 1964 is a piddling
price to pay for prosperity, he
Romita crltlzed Kennedys bud budget
get budget as being the fourth deficit bud budget
get budget In a row, and as $11.9 billion
as being topped only by the 1959
unplanned $12.4 billion deficit.
A deficit every year Is not a
policy, but a failure of policy. It
is not a stategy, but a fiscal In Inadequacy,
adequacy, Inadequacy, Romita said.
The lecture ended with a short
question and answer period.

dent correspondent in Vienna who had been sub substituting
stituting substituting for Frank Boyrgholtzer,
the network's regular Moscow
representative, said he was called
to the Foreign Ministry and
notified of the government action.
Jones said Press Department
Chief Leonid Zamyatin read him
a statement contending that NBC
had produced "slanderous" broad broadcasts
casts broadcasts and television programs.
The programs which offended
the Russians apparently were a
Jan. 27 production called "The
Death of Stalin" and a Feb. 3
show entitled "The Rise of Mr.
' Satellite Held
band of thunderstorms yesterday
. forced a 24-hour postponement in
a U. S. attempt to launch an unusual
communications satellite that will
hang like a permanent fixture in
the heavens.
The 150-pound satellite, called
Syncom, was to have been
launched shortly after midnight
Scientists now have their sights
set on an early Thursday launch
Syncom will be carried aloft
by a three-stage Delta rocket-tbs
most reliable space vehicle
America owns.

The Florida Alligator Wednesday, February 13/ 1963

Page 2

State Law Confab
Slated Here Soon

A state-wide student conference
on pre -legal education will be held
at the UF this weekend sponsored
by the College of Law and the state
Junior Bar Section.
The conference will feature a
talk by Justice Campbell Thornal
of the Florida Supreme Court Sa Saturday
turday Saturday night. He will speak on
The Promises and Problems of
the Legal Profession at the ban banquet
quet banquet beginning at 6 p.m. in the
Holiday Inn.
British Prof
Teaches Here
A British professor of
architecture is serving as visiting
professor in the UF College of
Architecture and Fine Arts this
Frank Jenkins, who has taught
at the University of Manchester
for the past six years, is teaching
an architectural design course to
fourth year students here.
Prominent in British architec architectural
tural architectural circles, Jenkins edits a
British trade journal, Architec Architectural
tural Architectural History, is author of
Architect and Patron, a book
dealing with the human side of
architecture and is author
of numerous papers.
Jenkins completed his graduate
work at the University of Illinois
in the United States and has taught
at the University of California
at Berkeley.

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Conference registration begins
Friday afternoon at the College
of Law. Students from the UF,
Florida State University, Univer University
sity University of South Florida, Stetson Uni University
versity University and a number of the states
junior colleges are expected to take
part in the conference.
The opening session will be held
at 7:30 p.m. Friday and will in include
clude include a general forum on oppor opportunities
tunities opportunities in the legal profession.
Sessions begin Saturday morning
at 8:30 with a general forum on
preparation for law school followed
by group forums on criminal law,
business law, law and agriculture,
law and government and law and
modern technology.
A pre-law student convention be begins
gins begins at 1:45 Saturday afternoon.
UF personnel taking part in the
two-day program are Deanof Aca Academic
demic Academic Affairs Robert B. Mautz,
Law Dean Frank E. Maloney, Dean
of University Relations and Deve Development
lopment Development Harold B. Crosby, Law
Profs. Walter Probert and Wil William
liam William D. MacDonald, Law Librar Librarian
ian Librarian Betty Taylor and law student
Larry Stewart.
Conference general chairman is
Law Prof. Kenneth L. Black.
Practicing attorneys participa participating
ting participating in the program include L. Wil William
liam William Graham, James E. Clayton,
James Wershow, Winston Arnow,
Osee Fagan, and Lance Lazonby,
all of Gainesville; John Marshall
Green and Y. Joe Simmons, Ocala;
and Jack H. Chambers,

flctfoi qM,

Today's Gator Girl is a
freshman from Quitman,
Ronna, who is planning
to major in elementary
education, lives in Jen Jennings
nings Jennings Hall.
The 18-year-old inde independent
pendent independent is 5 feet tall and
is engaged to Air Force Lt.
Allan Fox.
Submit your nominations
for GATOR GIRL to the
Florida Alligator, Layout

UF Gets Research
Grant for Water

A new water purificationprocess
will be studied by researchers in
chemistry and medicine at the UF
under a federal grant of $152,532
announced by the Board of Control
If the studies prove successful,
chlorine may no longer be the bas basic
ic basic chemical for treatment of water
According to Dr. A.P. Black of
the Department of Chemistry and
Dr. W.C. Thomas of the College
of Medicine, the evidence indicates
the systems more effective and
economical than chlorine systems
can be devised.
The Army has used an iodine
system for purification of field
water supply systems for several
years, the researchers point out.
Tablets containing iodine also
have been used by the military
and by travelers in remote areas
where treated watpr is not readily
available. Many swimming pool
systems use iodine purification
Besides seeking ynore efficient
elimination of disease organisms,
the investigators will try to do
away with the strohg antiseptic
taste and smell that is charac characteristic
teristic characteristic of chlorine. This is a
significant factor in areas where
maximum amounts of chemical
have to be used to assure safety
of the water supply, they say.
During the three-year period of
the grant, they will test a new
system on prison volunteers.
These studies are expected to show
if the new system can be operated

economically on a large scale and
without interruption.
Although the basic principle of
the new treatment process is medi medically
cally medically safe, the medical half of
the research team will check to
see whether the system would
interfere with standard tests of
body functions and will look for
long range purity levels.
The Florida researchers cited
a 1962 report on environmental
health problems in the United
States in which the UJS. Public
Health Service found that chlorine,
which is used almost universally
in safeguarding water, is not ef effective
fective effective against micro-organisms
in concentrations normally used.
Certain viruses, nematodes
and slime bacteria are resistant
or invulnerable to chlorine in the
amounts generally applied, the
report said.
Holmes Named
Rural CD Chief
Ass t. Prof. Elwyn S. Holmes
of the College of Agriculture has
been named rural civil defense
coordinator for the UF Agricul Agricultural
tural Agricultural Extension Service, Extension
Service Director Dr. M.O. Watkins
announced yesterday.
Holmes appointment is a part
of a stepped-up rural civil de defense
fense defense program in Florida made
possible by a special Department
of Defense grant.
Transferring from the Agricul Agricultural
tural Agricultural Experimental Station to the
Extension Service, Holmes has
served the UF since 1956 as an
agricultural engineer. Previously,
he was with the Extension Service
in Kentucky for 10 years.
According to Watkins, Holmes
will give particular emphasis in
his work to shelter protection in
rural areas for people and live livestock.
stock. livestock.
He will also work with state
and county personnel in providing
defense information in-home eco economics,
nomics, economics, 4-H and agricultural pro programs.
grams. programs.
In addition he will work with
other agencies and organizations
to coordinate rural defense edu education
cation education work with their assignments
and responsibilities.
Friday Ends
Gator Contest
Last day to make application
for the UF Best Dressed Girl
on Campus contest sponsored by
the Florida Alligator is Friday.
Any single coed may be spon sponsored
sored sponsored in the contest by a campus
organization. The UF winner will
be entered in the 44 Ten Best Dress Dressed
ed Dressed College Girls in America con contest,
test, contest, sponsored annually by
Glamour Magazine.
The ten national winners will
be featured in the August issue
of the magazine. They will be
photographed later this spring and
flown to New York in June for
two weeks of sight-seeing and en entertainment.
tertainment. entertainment.
A number of runners-up will be
featured in a fall issue of the ma magazine.
gazine. magazine.
Entries in the UF contest have
not met expectations according to
Maryanne Awtrey, contest coord coordinator.
inator. coordinator.
This is an excellent chance for
the UF to gain recognition in a
national magazine, said Miss Aw Awtrey.
trey. Awtrey. I hope we will recieve a
last minute surge of appli"
Entry forms may be picked up in
Room, 10, Florida Union until
5 p.m. Friday.

Careless Habits Cited
As Cause of Thefts

Student's own careless habits
were cited as the cause of many
dormitory thefts by Lt. K.V. Hol Holliman,
liman, Holliman, University Police Depart Department.
ment. Department.
Lt. Holliman said although thefts
this year have decreased from
previous totals, a problem still
In 1962 the University Police re reported
ported reported 522 known cases of theft,
as opposed to 586 cases in 1961.
This trimester 46 thefts have been

Thefts About Same,
Campus Cops Report

Thefts in dormitories have not
increased this trimester, ac according
cording according to Campus Police Investi Investigator
gator Investigator G.E. Watson.
According to estimates, thefts
seem to have decreased, but I
believe this is misleading because
thefts are often not reported as
, they should be, he said.
One of the girl's dormitories
had $250 worth of items and money
stolen during January, according
to a police report. Watson said
that is the average figure for one
Approximately 30 per cent of
the stolen items and money are
recovered," he said, and items
are stolen more often than money."
Rooms are seldom broken into,
according to Watson. Thefts us usually
ually usually occur when a door has been
left open. Students often leave
Civil Defense
Course On TV
Civil defense classes are now
being given on Channel 5. The
course prepares individuals for a
" natural disaster or nuclear attack.
The only credit given for the
course is a certificate issued to
those who have taken the civil
defense test and passed. UF
personnel will receive the test
through campus mail. Students may
pick up the booklet and test at
the information desk in the Florida
Classes may be viewed on TV,
Tuesday and Thursday evenings
at 8:30 p.m. The same program
is repeated twice a week enabling
the student who misses a program
one night and may catch it the
Gov. Bryant, believing that civil
defense is important and pertinent
today, is requiring all state
employers and employees to obtain
civil defense certificates.
Receiving the civil defense
certificate would prove beneficial
to many UF students as they will
soon be getting state jobs.

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Lt. Holliman said most thefts
are probably due to students leav leaving
ing leaving their rooms open and unlocked
while they are not in the dorms.
A few minutes is all a thief
needs to run into a room and
steal something," he said.
Most thefts reported involve
money, clothing and jewelry.
Money is the most often reported
item in the boys dorms, and girls
report more thefts of clothing.

their rooms to answer the phone
or visit another room, and it only
takes a few minutes for someone
to walk in and take something,
he said.
The crucial times of the year
are before vacations," he said,
especially before Easter."
It takes cash to go to Fort
Lauderdale, and many of the kids
dont have it, he said.
Cases are heard by the com committee
mittee committee only if Dean of Men Frank
Adams feels the case should go
before the committee. The Dean
confers with the Honor Court
Chancellor on some of these cases.
The Disciplinary Committee
serves as advisory group of Uni University
versity University Pres. J. Wayne Reitz.
Members are appointed by Pres.
Each case is heard informally,
with the student present. The com committee
mittee committee makes recommendations to
Pres. Reitz.
The committee also hears
appeals from the Honor Court.
Many students who are picked
for stealing are turned over to the
Honor Court. Some students who
do not appear before the Honor
Court are sent to the Faculty Dis Disciplinary
ciplinary Disciplinary Committee.
Florida Rifles
Defeat Georgia
The Florida Rifles", Army
ROTC Rifle team, defeated the
University of Georgia Rifle team
1,290 to 1,259 in Athens Saturday.
Cadet R. C. Gravlee was high
man for the Florida Rifles and the
match with a fine score of 270
in a three-position match. In
addition, Cadet Gravlee took high
individual score in the prone and
kneeling positions. Cadet Barry
Rhodes was high man in the stand standing
ing standing position giving the Florida
Rifles a clean sweep in all of the
position honors.

Os the 522 cases in 1962, 448
remain open or unsolved. Holli Holliman
man Holliman attributed some of this to stu students
dents students who lose things and report
them stolen. When they find
them," he said, they forget to tell
the police."
Holliman stated most thefts are
the work of individualsand not any
organized group, or outsider. He
said often when a student was
caught stealing, it is discovered
the student is guilty of several
other thefts.
Miss Phyllis L. Mable, Head Re Resident
sident Resident Counselor of the womens
dormitories, stated the women's
dormitories emphasized preven prevention
tion prevention through encouraging locking
rooms and keeping the key, and dis discouraging
couraging discouraging leaving any laundry in
open places.
Students caught stealing are sent
either to the Dean of Men or to
the Dean of Women, unless the vic victim
tim victim wishes to sign a warrant for
the thief's arrest.
Course Sells
Color Therapy
The color of a hospital room can
aid treatment of mental illness
and perhaps other sickness as well
-a UF psychiatrist told visit visiting
ing visiting hospital administrators at the
J. Hillis Miller Health Center
Dr. Robert L. Williams of the
Universitys College of Medicine,
addressing the second days ses session
sion session of a short course in hospi hospital
tal hospital interior decorating, said re research
search research in color therapy is th£
coming thing in hospitals.
Red is known to have a stim stimulating
ulating stimulating effect on most living
things," Dr. Williams said.
It will speed growth of plants
and some of the lower animals.
In humans, red surroundings tend
to intensify activity, raise blood
pressure and increase glandular
functions," he added.
Dr. Williams explained the sti stimulus
mulus stimulus is temporary.
Blue will retard growth in plants
and have depressive effects on the
human system for a short period.
Because orange is a soft ver version
sion version of red, the speaker said, it
conveys the same warmth and
brightness but isnt so disturbing.
Green is more like blue, but lacks
the depressive effects of blue, he
As an example of the thera therapeutic
peutic therapeutic effects of color, Dr. Wil Williams
liams Williams cited the problem of schizo schizophrenia,
phrenia, schizophrenia, which causes a patient to
withdraw and lose contact with
Verbal contact is hard to es establish
tablish establish with these patients," he
A comforting color scheme
may help us in getting through to
them," Williams explained.

Wednesday, February 13, 1963 The Florida Alligator

Wine and other alcoholic
beverages were basic foods during
cave mans days.
Although this may seem far
from the imagination in the 20th
centuryand in a dry county--
according to Food Technology
Professor Gerald Kuhn, the cave
man had to drink alcoholic
beverages during the winter
months because he had not hing else.
Wine was not first drunk for
intoxication, either. Even children
drank alcoholic beverages in small
It all started when the cave man
stored up apples and grapes for
the winter. He probably stored
them in earthenware pots, and as
the winter progressed, something
strange began to happen to the fruit.
The cave man had accidently
produced ethyl alcohol.

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1. According to the Department of
Lalnrr, youre worth over $350,000
as soon as you get your sheepskin.
Thats theoretical, of course.
I didnt even know the
v Department was thinking
about me.
3. As an Kco major, I feel obliged to
tell vou what would happen to
that bundle. First, Uncle Sam
would help himself to about 290 (is.
With the going rate for penthouses,
\our lifes earnings would disappear
in one \ car.
You Ye ruined mv da\.
5. Fortunately. theres a wav out

for vou.
Tell me tell me.
Well. \ou wont be getting all that
money in one year. You'll be get getting
ting getting some of it each year, at a much
lower tax rate. What you should do is
put aside a certain amount of it.

The Equitable Life Assurance Society us the United States C 1963
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North Negro
WASHINGTON (UPI) A presi presidential
dential presidential commission on civil rights
said yesterday the American
Negros final battle for equality
probably will take place in the
North, not the South.
In a report to President Kennedy
the six-man review board said
that gentlemens agreements in
the North, rather than resistance
to court orders, are more subtle
and thus more difficult to elimin eliminate
ate eliminate in the civil rights battle.
Although progress is slow in the
South, the commission said, it
appears to be inevitable. But in
the North, where discrimination
lies outside the law,-it is here
that the last battle for equal rights
may be fought in America, it
Robert G.Storey, vice chair chairman
man chairman of the U. S. Commission on
Civil Rights, presented the 207-
page report to Kennedy at the
White House during a ceremony
marking the centennial of Lin Lincolns
colns Lincolns Emancipation

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The Florida Alligator Wednesday, February 13, 1963

Page 4

Florida Union Crew
Faces Question Attack

A task force 'of young men is
armed to answer the barrage of
questions that occur daily con concerning
cerning concerning the UF.
The seventeen men who work
behind the information desk at
the Florida Union may not know
the answer, but it is part of their
job to know where to find it.
They have been assailed by such
ponderous inquiries as Wheres
the third floor?, What's
Architect Talk
British research architect and
acoustical expert W.A. Allen de delivers
livers delivers a public lecture at the UF
Thursday at 2:30 p.m. in McCarty
Allens talk, *Organization For
New Architecture is the second
in the series being sponsored by
the UF Department of Architec Architecture.
ture. Architecture.
Allen gained international fame
among architects for his acous acoustical
tical acoustical work in Londons Festival
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playing at the movies?, and the
question they are most frequently
asked, Wheres the Alligator
In order to be a D.A. (desk
assistant) the men must pass a
rigid examination. During the first
10 days that they work on the
desk they memorize an 85-page
manual, that explains the duties of
the desk assistants.
According to Union Director
William E. Rion, no girls ,work
behind the desk because of the
hours and physical requirements
of the ioh.
One duty of the desk assistant
is to check people in and out
of the Florida Union who are
staying in the guest rooms on
the fourth floor. This involves
carrying suitcases which would
be difficult for girls. The desk
assistants have to open windows
and sometimes carry re refreshments
freshments refreshments for meetings.
The desk assistants open the
Union at 6 a.m. and close up
around midnight. Girls living in
the dormitory would have to have
special hours to allow her to be
in her dorm by closing.
The average assistant works
about 15 hours a week. Starting
salary is 80 cents an hour.
At the end of the first term the
assistants salary is increased five
cents an hour or he is let go.
After that salary increases are

strictly by merit. The highest
paid assistant now receives $1.15.
Homecoming parade, football
games and frolics, 8,070 hours a
year a desk assistant is on duty.
The assistants play records for
the listening room. Three times
a day they put up mail. They
provide answers to questions every
day and keep the rides wanted
Between 5 and 11 p.m. the assist assistants
ants assistants are in complete charge of
the Union. On occasion they have
had to call the police or fire
department or report robberies.
According to John Bernat and
Bob Cates, who work at the desk,
they have had relatively few pro problems
blems problems with students. Sometimes
people take off their shoes and
go to sleep in Bryan lounge, and
sometimes couples choose the
lounge as a spot to neck.
Among prominent figures who
have served as desk assistants
for the Florida Union is Florida
Supreme Court Justice Stephen
O'Connel. Pierce Barrett who is
the architect for the new Florida
Union worked at the desk as did
UF Housing Director Harold C.
Riker. Union director Rion served
on the information desk as a
Each trimester a scholarship
is given to the desk assistant
who contributed the most to the
job during the term. The scholar scholarship
ship scholarship is obtained from money left
by guests at the Union. Jon
Williams received the scholarship
for the past trimester.
ROTC Queen
Contest Open
Applications are still coming for
the 1963 Military Ball Queen con contest,
test, contest, according to Nick Touchton,
chairman of the contest.
Deadline for applications is
Thursday, Feb. 14. The first
meeting of the queen contestants
is scheduled for Feb. 18 in the
ROTC library.
The first judging, by two Army
and two Air Force cadets, and a
civilian university personnel, is
the following Saturday morning,
Feb. 23. At this contest (bathing
suit competition) ten semi-final semi-finalists
ists semi-finalists will be selected for the final
On Feb. 28, the three finalists
will be chosen after a persona personality
lity personality judging. Advanced cadets will
vote on the finalists for the new
official hostess of the ROTC pro program.
gram. program.
Applications are still available.
For more information, contact
Nick Touchton, at FR 2-2597.


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proficient in typing and shorthand.
5 1/2 day week. Good salary and
pleasant working conditions.
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Please get the transistor fixed so
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on stereo components, radios, tape
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children by day or night in private
home. 1406 NW sth Ave., Phone
6-8961. (J-65-ts-c).
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we copy anything printed, written
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Children cared for in our home.
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~ 1 1 'f / i 4 'j is
LACROSSE old Indian game, is gaining popularity on campus.
Sports Program Adds
Fast Tricky Lacrosse

An old Indian game is part of the UF required physical education
program for men.
One of the roughest games, it is played with long handled rackets
and hard balls. Called lacrosse, the game combines the contact
play of football and the speed of basketball.
The field is similar to a soccer field except the goals are larger.
The ball is passed from player to player with the rackets.
The game is compared to polo without horses and can get rough
when rackets are used as weapons.
Lacrosse is played intercollegiately by more than 90 colleges,
including the Big Ten Ivy League schools. At the present time, la lacroose
croose lacroose will not be added to intercollegiate or intermural activities
at the UF, physical education instructors say.
Coeds are also excluded from the sport at the UF.
Reitz To Host Frosh Reception

A reception for the freshman
class is scheduled for March 31
in Pres. J. Wayne Reitz home.
Hosting the class along with Dr.
and Mrs. Reitz will be Freshman
Steve Cheeseman. Members
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of the Freshman Council also will
be on hand to greet the guests.
Cheeseman urged the class
members to attend and become
aquainted with the university's
first family.

One of the oldest and largest Life Insurance companies in America,
The John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Company, is interested in
adding three college graduates to its staff in the Jacksonville area.
The men selected will sell Life Insurance, Annuities, Retirement
Plans, Group Insurance and Hospitalization Plans.
They will receive complete training over a three-year educational
program which includes sales assistance from trained supervisors.
No collections required. Experience not necessary but a desire to
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quarterly bonuses. There is no ceiling on the income potential.
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requirements. We want one who is looking for a career. Scientific
testing devices are used to test a mans suitability for our
business. Interviews will be held Thursday, Feb. 14th from 9 to 5.
Contact University Placement Office for an appointment.

Bright Students Top
Mental Help Seekers

Students in the upper 20th per percentile
centile percentile at the UF seek psycholo psychological
gical psychological help at the UF Infirmary
more often than any other group.
'Brighter students are more
conscious of problems and more
sensitive to various things in their
environment, said Dr. Louise
Jackson, infirmary psychiatrist.
'Duller students can ignore and
not become concerned about.
Two psychiatrists and four psy psychologists
chologists psychologists along with four psy psychology
chology psychology graduate students com completing
pleting completing their clinical training --

Hospital Group
Convenes Here
A national conference on uni university
versity university curriculums in the field
of hospital administration will be
held at the UF today through Fri Friday.
day. Friday.
According to Russell L. Jordan,
director of the J. Hillis Miller
Teaching Hospital, the conference
will bring a group of experts in
the field to the UF to evaluate
what is going on nationally in gra graduate
duate graduate educationfor hospital admin administration.
istration. administration.
We have already decided to
establish a masters degree pro program
gram program in hospital administra administration
tion administration here, said Jordan but we
hope our program will benefit
through this conference.
The target date for admitting
students to the UF program is
Sept. 1964. Jordan said a com committee
mittee committee has been established to
draw up a curriculum for the pro program.
gram. program.
The curriculum committee will
observe at this conference, said
Jordan. By evaluating the cur current
rent current programs offered in colleges
across the country we hope to start
our program out with excellence.
Seventeen colleges and univer universities
sities universities now offer graduate degrees
in hospital administration. Duke
and the University of Virginia are
the only two schools in the South
with such a program open to the
public. Baylor has such a prog ram,
open to and oriented to military
Delegates will be top men in
graduate business administration,
industrial executive development
and hospital administration. Stu Studied
died Studied will be the role of the hos hospital
pital hospital administrator, the need for
a masters degree and what work
should be required for the degree.
Jordon said if the conference
recommends the program it should
be in operation by the fall of 1964.

Wednesday, February 13/1963 The Florida Alligator

staff the UF Infirmary psy psychological
chological psychological clinic.
'The adjustment reaction
of adolescence in the transition
from adolescence to adulthood is
the most common maladjustment,
Dr. Jackson said. "Manystudents
have been extremely dependent on
their parents, especially
We must convince these
students that growing up emotion emotionally
ally emotionally is worthwhile, she added.
The infirmary staff treats stu students
dents students who become aware of their
problems after they get to the UF,
Dr. Jackson said. Students ar arriving
riving arriving at the UF planning extensive
psychotherapy find it cannot be
given here.
One of the many things we try
to do is to get them to come to
the clinic early enough so we can
help them before it is too late,
Dr. Jackson said.
Problems havent increased
but people are becoming more con conscious
scious conscious of them and making an ef ef*
* ef* fort to do something about them,
she added.
The clinic has felt the pres pressures
sures pressures of the trimester system with
more students seriously disturbed
coming to the clinic around exam
time, Dr. Jackson said.
Student seeking psychological
help need only to see the secre secretary
tary secretary in the psychological clinic.
Next step is usually an appoint appointment
ment appointment with a social worker,
If the students problem is
acute enough, he is immediately
assigned to one of our staff psy psychiatrists
chiatrists psychiatrists or psychologists, Dr.
Jackson said. If the problem
is not one of extreme severity,
a conference is held regarding the
At the conference, the staff de decides
cides decides if the person should take any
psychological tests and who the
psychotherapist will be.
Once treatment begins, there
may be anywhere from one to 20
hourly sessions with the psy psychotherapist,
chotherapist, psychotherapist, Dr. Jackson said.

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If the student needs more as assistance,
sistance, assistance, we usually refer him to
a private psychotherapist In
Gainesville or suggest he drop out
of school until he is able to re receive
ceive receive some psychatric treatment
beyond what we can furnish here,
she said.
Dr. Jackson said the clinic re recently
cently recently has seen more upperclass upperclassmen
men upperclassmen and graduate students. UF
professors also often consult the
clinic for help with students or a
teaching problem, but seldom come
for personal aid, she said.
Trimester stress could be a
contributing factor in the increased
number of students seeking help
from the UF Mental Health Ser Service,
vice, Service, according to Dr. John Wright.
Dr. Wright, cllnicalpsy cllnicalpsychologist,
chologist, cllnicalpsychologist, said the number of stu students
dents students who came to the clinic during
the fall trimester Increased 10
per cent over last fall's total.
Better knowledge of the mental
health service or change in the
attitude of those referring people
to the clinic could also be con contributing
tributing contributing factors, said Dr.
Differences in stress reported
by students is one of the trends
noted in a research project being
undertaken by Dr. Benjamin, cli clinical
nical clinical psychologist, and Dr. Henry
C. Schumacher, psychiatrist. The
researchers have been
investigating all phases of univer university
sity university life that might contribute to
personal maladjustment for four
While the total amount of stress
has not changed, more people are
reporting small amounts of
stress, said Dr. Wright. For
example, more students report
concern over easy courses.
The research is supported by
a grant from the National Insti Institute
tute Institute of Mental Health. Because
projects undertaken must be stud studied
ied studied in the light of public health
principles, the research is con concerned
cerned concerned with the study preventive
and early corrective measures.

Page 5

The Florida Alligator Wednesday, February 13, 1963

Page 6


The Paper s Aim: All the news with decency or our only limit

Governor George Wallace of Alabama has a
momentous decision to make in the near future
upon which may well rest the fate of a possible
recurrence of the Mississippi Mishap.
Were talking of course, of Gov. Wallaces stand
on the question integration yes or no.
Wallace is currently in the drivers seat. He
can do one of two things: either submit peace peacefully
fully peacefully to the integration of his state, which might
just spell political suicide for him, or he can fol follow
low follow the footsteps of two other great southern seg segregationist
regationist segregationist pathfinders, namely Arkansas Gov.
Orvall Faubus and Mississippi Gov. Ross Barnett.
Faubus, of Little Rock fame, became a national
figure almost overnight by his use of the National
Guard to bar Negroes from entering the Little
Rock schools. In his second term as state gover governor
nor governor when the incident occurred in 1958, Fau Faubus
bus Faubus shortly thereafter used these anti-integration
and anti-Fed feelings of his people to propel him himself
self himself to his third term in the state capitol.
Faubus, in a July 29, 1958 announcement, stated
The voting today was a comdemnation by the
people of illegal Federal intervention in the af affairs
fairs affairs of the state and the horrifying use of Fed Federal
eral Federal bayonets in the streets of an American city
and in the halls of a public high school.
Thus, Faubus rode public opinion to his third,
fourth and recently fifth terms as governor of Ark Arkansas
ansas Arkansas (two-year terms in Arkansas).
Gov. Barnett, a virtual unknown who was not at
all in the national spotlight before the Meredith
rhubarb last fall, by his staunch segregatioriist
stand at Oxford virtually assured himself of elec election
tion election to the position of governor for years to come.
Now, Governor Wallace is in the drivers seat.
This is how the two choices compare: If he does
decide to give in and submits to integration,
then he will have committed political suicide. He
most assuredly realizes this, as just as assuredly
did both Mr. Faubus and particularly Mr. Barnett.
Or, if he chooses, Wallace can rather follow in
the paths of Faubus and Barnett as the last of
the southern martyrs. Such a stand would
probably without a doubt assure him of reelection
and the good graces of his electorate. Its poli political
tical political suicide versus continued office.
And its a- decision only Wallace can make....
if and when integration is forced upon his state
and the universities thereof. Recently a wire
service report announced that American reconais reconaissance
sance reconaissance planes had made flights over the University
of Alabama campus at Tuskegee, making aerail
photos of the entire area supposedly in case of
a repeat of the Oxford Incident.
Alabama could become a Little Rock or a Miss Mississippi;
issippi; Mississippi; Wallace could become a Faubus or a Bar Barnett.
nett. Barnett. Only the future will tell.
The Florida Alligator
Editor-In-Chief David Lawrence. Jr.
Managing Editors Maryanne Awtrey, Ben Garrett, Dave West
Sports Editor Walker Lundy
Assistant Sports Editor David Berkowitz
Assistant to the Editor Sandy Sweitzer
News Editor Judy Barnes
Editorial Page Editor Ron Spencer
Assistant Layout Editor George Moore
Copy Editor Evy Buzzell
Editorial Assistants Howard Stonesifer, Bob Wilson
Photo Coordinator Jan Pittman
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official student newspaper of the
University of Florida and is published daily except Saturday and Sunday
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is entered as second class matter at the
United States Post Office at Gainesville, Florida. Offices are located in
Rooms 8, 10, and 15 in the Florida Union Building Basement. Telephone
University of Florida, FR 6-3261,. Ext. 2832, and request either editorial
office or business office.
Opinions voiced in personal columns on this page do not necessarily
reflect the opinions of the editors. Only -ditorials are the official voice
of the paper,


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Ten Flows Too Profusely

dear mike sports editor
I enjoyed reading your recent
letter to the editor. It was
obviously written with great zeal
and dedication. But unfortunately,
Mike Sports Editor Emeritus, in
anger, our ink pens often flow
too profusely. . our pudgy
little fingers have a tendency to
rat-a-tat-tat a bit too hurriedly
pn the typewriter.
I quote, Mike Sports Editor
pmeritus, from your letter: . .
Martin Schram claimed to have
been associated with the sports
staff two years. ago. At that time
I was serving as assistant sports
editor. Mr. Schrams tenure must
have been minute.
You see, Mike Sports Editor
Emeritus, not only have I never
been associated with the sports

Cadet Disgusted Over 'Angels

I read in The Alligator about
the new A.F. ROTC auxiliary unit,
the Angel Flight, and I was dis disgusted.
gusted. disgusted.
The reason said for the creation
of this unit was for the morale
and spirit. The ROTC program
has one basic objective and that
is to train citizens for the
betterment of our national
security. For male citizens, this
should require the building of their
manly traits, which is a definite
asset in war or combat.
The marching of women along
with the ranks of men may arouse
manly traits, but it certainly does
not build them. I must admit, the
idea of women marching along
my side is very tempting, but the
fact remains their presence on
the drill field is completely
The reason for their marching
there is for boosting morale and
spirit? I doubt very seriously if
this gain in morale and spirit
will carry over in the officers
later military career, IF he should
become a regular.
I doubt if I will go beyond two
years of ROTC, but if I did, the
image of my being a leader of
trainees for the Reserve of a
fighting force along with this
female unit, if it were established
in the Army ROTC, would appall
me. This might be a flaw in my
personality, but I simply could
not stomach my masculine pride,
Please Note:
All letters to the editor must
be signed. .Names will be with withheld
held withheld if desired, but no unsigned
letters will be printed. The All Alligator
igator Alligator reserves the right to edit
letters for reasons of brevity,
and tor material which we deem
possibly libellous. Letters pre preferably
ferably preferably should be typed on 8 1/2
by 11 inch paper

staff, but I have never claimed
to be so associated. In fact, your
sports staff was so clogged with
your Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity
brothers that I seriously doubt
whether a journalist could have
been squeezed on to it. (But this
is not the issue here.) My only
association with your Alligator
sports staff came when I sug suggested
gested suggested to former Editor-In-Chiei
Neil Swan that the football
predictions column, cleverly
entitled Football Forecasts, be
instead written by a gator
caricature named Prognos T.
And, Mike Sports Editor
Emeritus, you imply that I have
just one semesters experience
in student publications-
A little bit of Mike Sports

and I would resign from the ROTC
as an officer if this kind of unit
were put into the Army ROTC.
Cadet Pvt. Howard, MAR-102
Maryanne Awtrey

...And Everybody Is A Critic

All the worlds a stage...and
everybody is a critic. Its amazing
how eager every perennial 2UC
is to jump on the Alligator and
POWER-MAD editors.
Some morning we may wake
up to find a howling mob outside,
lIlilINNm maryanne
B . managing
i ec ,,or s ,e
bent on tar and papering us
with back issues and riding us
out of town on a circulation truck.
And I know for sure that the
loudest critics are people who
have no idea what it is like to
put out a paper five days a week.
These are the people who have
never stayed up all night going
over stories, getting people out
of bed to check facts, struggling
with their conscience over running
a story.
The stories that go into the
Florida Alligator, at election time
or any other time, are not hasty
products of a prejudiced imagin imagination.
ation. imagination. The Alligator staff is not
a bunch of slap-happy scandal scandalmongers
mongers scandalmongers trying to stir up trouble.
Sure, The Alligator makes
mistakes, and its mistakes are
In print for all to see. But I
defy any student on this campus
to devote as much time to the

Editor Emeritus zeal and determ determination
ination determination should have led you to
the Alligator back files, where
your allegations would have been
disproven by the various copies
of The Alligator containing my
front page byline. In addition, you
would have found my name listed
under The Alligator staff mast masthead
head masthead for four semesters, dating
back to September, ly6o. I have
also written for the old Orange
Peel and the Gator Greek, neither
of which you saw fit to mention.
Normally, Mike Sports Editor
Emeritus, I would be angered by
your totally inaccurate and
slanderous insinuations as to my
claims of experience experienceespecially
especially experienceespecially since we have NEVER
even had occasion to speak to one
another. But I can imagine the
emotional state in which your letter
was written and therefore fully
understand why you so flagrantly
neglected to thinkand check checkbefore
before checkbefore you wrote.
Marty Schram, 3AS
Board of Student Publications,

paper as the current staff does
and never make a mistake.
I defy anyone to come down
to the basement and put out a
paper full of news and never
alienate anybody.
I defy anyone to come down
to the basement and prove that
the majority of the Alligator
staffers are not hard-working
students who take pride in their
may be persistent to tne
point of being obnoxious. We may
be abrupt, and we may act,
(wrongly) as if we know it all.
But we are trying to do a job
and produce a paper that we and
the student body can be proud of.
If the Florida Alligator is not
fulfilling its function to the student
body, if the Florida Alligator is
not wanted by the student body,
then that student body should take
the proper steps to have the paper
abolished and the funds diverted
to some other use.
Some people have told me I
shouldnt defend the paperi They
say no one is going to change
his mind anyhow.
But I work hard for the paper,
along with 20 other people. We
spend hours and hours in the
office, trying to do a good Job,
getting nervous, getting irritated
and just plain getting tilled.
I challenge those who think they
can do a better job to come down
and work on the Alligator. I
challenge them to stay on the staff
and keep the hours we do.
I challenge them to b* 100 per
cent perfect.


'Principle Os Write-In Vote Being Ignored

The campus elections are ovei
and politicians and students alike
have breathed their sighs of relief.
We are all trying to forget a
campaign that has few pleasant
memories. This letter is being
written to inform the student body
that in at least one sector of
the campus the election has not

Religion Requires Courage

Mr. Taylor in his attack on
religion has used the oldest trick
in logic of arguing from an example
to the whole. In effect he is trying
to tell us what i£ wrong with a
house by examining one brick in
the wall. The Russians are the
master of this type of argument.
They claim that since the Com Communists
munists Communists took over in Russia that
health conditions have improvec
industrial out-put has greatly
increased and the people can get
consumer goods they never could
These statements are very true,
but then Communists say because
Communism has accomplished
these good results that is the
essence of goodness and all that
opposes it is bad. They completely
ignore the facts that Communism
intentionally Jgt 10,000,000
Russians starve to death,
liquidated all opposition, and
abolished all personal freedom
to gain these good results.
The Communist and Mr. Taylor
use the same type of reasoning
in denouncing religion. They say
because the church, in the name

That Five Inches Os Junk

It must be said with all sincerity
that who ever dreamed up the
COMPLAINT to register with our
maintenance crew should go back
to sleep and get another complaint.
I would be the last to say they
are the world's best; however,
the complaint as voiced in the
editorial Walls or Minds is
obviously based on ignorance. I
would expect better from the
editorial column of our paper.
I attend a class in Peabody
and was subjected to the outside
interference." I agree it was a
nuisance. These noises did not
muffle the professor's voice to
the extent that the students did
not gain from the class. This was
evidenced by the kinds of questions
raised by the students. They were
not, Sir, would you repeat. .",
instead they were, Sir, what about
the effects of. . I submit,
therefore,that it is highly doubtful
that while reinforcing the walls
we cannot reinforce minds also.
I would turn now to the editor's
specific suggestion that we not
make repairs DURING class
hours. I took five minutes to stop
by the History and Political Science
Offices to see what I could find
out. Since the class I attended
met in Peabody 205, I chose the
repair work done last week in
the room across the hall as
probably typical.
The following information is
related to the possibility of doing
the work when the nearby class classrooms
rooms classrooms would not be in use.
On MWF classes are held on
the second floor by the history
dept, during periods 2,3, 4,6,
and 7. The Political science dept,
uses them on Tuesday, periods 2,
4, and 7 and on Thursday, periods
2,3,4,5,7, and 8. I did not spend
another five minutes checking with
the C-l dept, but it is likely that
they have classes up there also.
When, may I ask, would you
suggest doing the work? The work workmen
men workmen are human and can hardly
be expected to work after five
and on Saturday and Sunday.
Incidentally, work during these
times .currently requires payment

been settled. We in the college
of Architecture & Fine Arts found
that we had no candidate for
legislative council on election day.
Wishing to be represented and
having a qualified candidate in
the department we began to write writein
in writein Bob Morris, an architecture
student, in the appropriate place
in the voting machine.

of religion, has made some mis mistakes
takes mistakes and caused narrow
mindedness, bigotry, and stupidity,
then all religion is bad; or good
only lor the weak, narrow-minded,
stupid bigots who need it psychol psychologically.
ogically. psychologically. They ignore that all
nations that have recognized in individual
dividual individual freedom have been
basically religious and that, when
the people lost their religion, they
lost their freedom. Fear, hate,
and brutality have been used to
build most of the powerful nations
in history, because it is easier
that way. A basically religious
society requires too much work,
effort and courage on the part
of the people and the officials
to operate successfully. This
leaves only the dastardly to build
nations with fear, hate and
Taylor has made the mistake of
thinking that the church is religion.
The church is made up of men
and men make mistakes. The
church is often not a good example
of the ideal of religion and at
times even retards the ideals,
but it is the only organization
today that even tries to remind
man that there are more Important

of Time ana a naif, so tnis
would raise labor costs by 50%.
It is pathetically amusing for
this article to follow For The
Asking", an editorial on Higher
Education dealing with, among
other things, its cost! This
editorial was well thought out and
worthwhile. I cannot see why,
Walls or Minds", was allowed
to run under it. Perhaps you hoped
that we readers would fail to notice
that five inches of junk.

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Bob has been informed by student
government that he will not be
permitted to serve as legislative
council member even though he
has our support. He did not inform
the proper Powers That Be"
in student government that he
wished to be a candidate. We feel
that the basic democratic principle
of the write-in ballot is being
callously ignored!!

things in the world than power
and money.
Religion is away of life that
requires courage, thought, and
understanding of people, politics,
and science. The basic theme of
all maior religions is to treat
the other person as if he were
yourself. This is a do and dont
idea that simply says if you like
to be treated a certain way, then
treat others that way, and if you
dont like to be treated a certain
way, then dont treat others that
way. Religion requires that one pbt
the other person first and the
number one I" last. Very few
have the courage, understanding,
or will to practice this simple
idea that is religion. Because
people lack the basic courage to
be religious the church which is
made up of these people is in ineffective.
effective. ineffective. This does not mean that
i uugion is wrong.
Taylor says religion is for
cowards, but he is the coward
because he has not put out the
effort to know what religion means
and lacks the understanding to tell
the difference between love and
hate, insight and prejudice, wisdom
and stupidity. He wants us to
believe that because man is
basically a coward any ideal that
says man can rise above cowardli cowardliness
ness cowardliness is only for cowards. Maybe
he doesnt know there is a
difference between courage and
strength, because he says one
cannot be religious and strong.
He wants us to liquidate what
he calls religion because of the
mistakes, narrow mindedness, and
bigotry that have been caused in
its name. If governments liquidated
people for narrow mindedness,
mistakes, and bigotry, then
tomorrow Mr. Taylor would not
be here and day after tomorrow
neither would we.

Wednesday, February 13, 1963 The Florida Alligator

The write-in vote is an important
safeguard against machine
politics". It is one of the few
instruments left in our societv
for the people to DIRECTLY
express their desire for a
particular candidate rather than
make a choice between two
sometimes sub- standard
candidates put forward by the
Political Bosses.
The right of the voter to make
a free choice, no matter whether
his choice has registered with
the incumbent powers or not, must
not be taken away!! If this action
is some sort of political move,
politics on this campus has cer certainly
tainly certainly reached a new low and we
wish to express our disgust with

VV *y (Author of *7 Was a Teen-age Dwarf, u The Many
Loves of Dobie Gillis, etc.)
As was pointed out last week, one would think that with all
the progress we have made in the education game, something
might have been done by now about roommates. But no. The
roommate picture-has not brightened one bit since Ethan
Goodpimple founded the first American college.
(Contrary to popular belief, Harvard was not the first. Mr.
Goodpimple started his institution some 75 years earlier. And
quite an institution it was, let me tell you! Mr. Goodpimple
built schools of liberal arts, fine arts, dentistry, and tanning.
He built a lacrosse stadium that seated 102,000. Everywhere
on campus was emblazoned the stirring Latin motto CAVE
MUSSl Watch out for moose. The student union contained
a bowling alley, a clock, and a 16-chair barber shop.
(It was this last feature the barber shop that, alas,
brought Mr. Goodpimples college to an early end. The student
body, being drawn from the nearby countryside, was composed
chiefly of Pequots and Iroquois who, alas, had no need of a
barber shop. They braid their hair instead of cutting it, and as
for shaving, they dont. The barber, Tremblatt Follicle by name,
grew so depressed staring all the time at 16 empty chairs that
one day his mind finally gave way. Seizing his vibrator, he ran
outside and shook the entire campus till it crumbled to dust.
This later became known as Picketts Charge.)
But I digress. We were discussing ways for you and your
roommate to stop hating each other. This is admittedly diffi difficult
cult difficult but not impossible if you will both bend a bit, givs a little.
I remember, for example, my own college days (Berlitz, 'OBI.
My roommate was, I think you will allow, even less agreeable
than most. He was a Tibetan named Ringading whose native
customs, while indisputably colorful, were not entirely endear endearing.
ing. endearing. Mark you, I didnt mind so much the gong he struck on
the hour or the string of firecrackers he set off on the half-hour.
I didnt even mind his singeing chicken feathers every dusk and
daybreak. What I did mind was that he singed them in mv hat.
To be fair, he was not totally taken with some of mv habits
eitherespecially my hobby of collecting water. I had no jars
at the time and just had to stack the water any-old-where.
Well sir, things grew steadily cooler between Ringading and
me, and they might have gotten actually ugly had we not each
happened to receive a package from home one day. Ringading
opened his package, paused, smiled shyly at me, and offered
me a gift.
Thank you, I said. What is it?
Yak butter, he said. You put it in your hair. In Tibetan
we call it gree see kidstuff.
Well now, thats mighty friendly, I said and offered him a
gift from my package. Now you must have one of mine.
Thank you, he said. What is this called?
Marlboro Cigarettes, I said and held a match for him.
He puffed. Wow! he said. This sure beats chicken feathers!
Or anything else you could name, I said, lighting my own
And as we sat together and enjoyed that fine flavorful
Marlboro tobacco, that pure white Marlboro filter, a glow of
good fellowship came over usa serene conviction that no
quarrels exist between men that will not yield to the warmth of
honest good will. I am proud to sav that Ringading and I re remain
main remain friends to this day, and we exchange cards each Christmas
and each Fourth of July> firecrackers. e * m*
Wherever you or your roommate may beon any campus
in any city, town, or hamlet in any state of the Unton-*~you
will find Marlboros at your favorite tobacco counter soft
pack or Hip top box.

the dirty little games politicians
so love to play.
V.O.T.E. party may have been
swept into office, but in at least,
this instance, the voice of the
electorate has not been heard!!!
25 Interested Architecture
And Fine Arts Student*
(EDITORS NOTE ...The Alligator
contacted Joel Sachs, Secretary
of Interior, who made the following
remarks concerning the above
Student election laws state that
a person, in order to be eligible
as a write-in candidate, must pay
a qualifying fee by 5 p.m. of the
election day. Bob Morris did not,
so he is ineligible by lawj

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The Florida Alligator Wednesday, February 13, 1963

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Changes Jobs
Russ Brown will temporarily end his job as
sportscaster for the Florida basketball games next
week and take up the tools of his other trade tradefootball.
football. tradefootball.
Brown, the only returning grid letterman at the

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end position on the Gator football
team, begins spring practice along
with the rest of the Florida grid gridders
ders gridders on Feb. 23.
Last weekend he went with the
basketball team to Alabama and
Auburn, not to play as fellow foot footballer
baller footballer Willie Lager of Daytona
Beach did, but to help broadcast
the games with Otis Boggs over
Brown, majoring in broadcasting
in the UF School of Journalism and
Communications, handled the color
on the Gator basketball network
over the weekend.
~ It was good experience, he
says. This is what I intend to
get into after graduation, and I
must say that picking up the mic microphone
rophone microphone in Tuscaloosa and Aubjirn
probably' made me more nervous
than playing there will do next
The husky Miami junior, third
Brown brother to play end for the
Gators, also handles the public
address at all Florida home cage
One nice thing about that, says
Gator athletic director and head
football coach Ray Graves, We
dont have many folks who want
to argue with the way its being
done. Brown weighs in at 220-
pounds and stands 6 feet 2.
While he is an outstanding veter veteran
an veteran at his position, and a definite
all conference candidate, finding
some folks to go along with Brown
at the end spot is going to be one
of the major tasks of the spring
for Graves.
Archery Tourney
At Broward
The all-campus archery tourna tournament
ment tournament will be held Saturday at 10:30
a.m. at the archery range behind
Broward HalL
The meet is sponsored by the
Archery Club and all students are
invited to participate.

Cagers Limp Home

Banged up, bruised and beaten
four out of five games on a dis disasterous
asterous disasterous road trip, Floridas bas basketball
ketball basketball Gators came home yes yesterday
terday yesterday and began rallying their
forces for a last-ditch stand be before
fore before the home crowd here Satur Saturday
day Saturday night.
Mississippi State, sixth-ranked
cage team nationally and No. 1
in the Southeastern Conference,
will try to keep the Gators in
the losing doldrums in Florida
Gymnasium then.
The Gators are hoping that his history
tory history will repeat itself.
Two years ago, Coach Norman
Sloans first season at Florida,
the Bulldogs came into the UF
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Reported Out
ATLANTA (UPI) Two Atlanta
newspapers, the Constitution and
the Journal, stated flatly Tuesday
that the renown Wally Butts has
resigned as athletic director at
the University of Georgia effective
June 1 -but official confirmation is
The newspapers reported, with without
out without identifying sources, that Butts,
who was head coach at the uni university
versity university for 22 years, 1939-60, met
with the schools athletic board
in secret session Jan 29 and ten tendered
dered tendered his resignation which was
But Butts denies that he has
resigned and university President
O.C. Aderhold says that Butts
contract as athletic director was
not discussed at the meeting. Other
university officials say that only
Aderhold can make a statement on
the reported resignation.
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gymnasium leading the Southeast Southeastern
ern Southeastern Conference with a 7-1 record.
In a thrilling game, the Gator
upset the State, 59-57, on a last
second shot by center Cliff Luyk,
who has since graduated.
This year again the Bulldogs
come into Florida Gymnasium
leading the league and boasting
a 7-1 conference mark. Monday
night in Starkville, Mississippi,
State defeated Kentucky while the
Gators were losing to Auburn at
Floridas conference mark is
now 4-5, and the Gators have real really
ly really been having health problems of
Senior forward Tom Barbee,
senior guard Buddy Bales and
sophomore forward Bill Koss have
all been slowed the last two weeks
because of illness.
On top of that, guard Brooks
Henderson has missed the last
seven games due to a leg injury.
Henderson, a sophomore with a 16-
point scoring average, may see ac action
tion action Saturday night.
Guard Tom Baxley still leads
the Gators with a 17.1 points pointsper-game
per-game pointsper-game average. Following him
are Henderson 16.0, Barbee 15.0,
Taylor Stokes 12.0, and Dick Tom Tomlinson
linson Tomlinson 8.0.

!===== From The Sidelines
Coaches, Greeks
Set Cage 'Battle
Sporta Editor

An extravaganza to ena all extravaganzas will
be presented a week from tonight in Florida Gym.
Thats the date of the basketball game between
the coaches from the athletic and physical edu education
cation education departments, called the Mangling Mentors,
and a group of fraternity intramural league all-stars.
Its going to be a lollapalooza to say the smallest.
Dean of Men Frank T. Adams is supposed to be head cheerleader
for somebody or other. Head football coach Ray Graves will play
for the coaches.
A team of sorority girls will tangle (figurative sense, fellas) with
another fraternity all-star team in an exhibition game during the
halftime of the regular game. Theyll play by girls rules.
And if all that isnt enough to lure you from your closet, the pro proceeds
ceeds proceeds from the whole affair go towards buying recreational equipment
for Lake Wauburg.
The tariff is 25 cents cash.
The frat all-star squad will be selected this afternoon from the
Orange and Blue Leagues. Mont Trainer will be their chief strati stratigist
gist stratigist and Bill Donigan will assist.
Already preparing are assistant football coach Jimmy Dunn, cage
coach for the Mangling Mentors, and his charges.
punn, who found himself named top dog on the elder team because
they said I was the youngest, admitted his side would be fighting
an uphill battle in the game.
If the youth of this campus cant beat a bunch of old codgers
like us, the wiry ex-quarterback said, Til sure be surprised.
Dunn said his team would not practice much ahead of time but a
campus rumor reported the Mangling Mentors were working out
during every spare waking moment to be ready for youths attack
next Wednesday.
We dont plan anything, insisted Dunn, except maybe a few rule
I was thinking about putting in a rule that said any team scorii
a basket must let the other team score too. That way we could take
em right down to the final whistle.
Frat all-stars reportedly didnt think much of that particular rule
Prize comment came from assistant football coach Pepper Rodgers
who will play.
It should be a low scoring affair with alot of holding and blocking.
The frat all-stars reportedly didn't think too awfully much of that
idea either.
Like we said, the game should be a lollapalooza.
Stag n rag

Leading rebounder for the Ga Gators
tors Gators is Tomlinson with 7.8 per
game. Following him are the ail ailing
ing ailing Barbee 7.7, Bob Hoffmann 6.9,
and Henderson at an even 5.0.
From the free-throw line Hen Henderson
derson Henderson has never relinquished his
lead and still maintains an 85.3
per cent. He is followed by Bax Baxley,
ley, Baxley, 78.1 percent, Hoffman, 77.8
per cent, Lany Sommese, 77.3 per
cent, Barbee, 75.9 per cent, Stokes
75.0 per cent, Tomlinson, 66.7 per
cent, and Bales, 64.0 per cent.
In field goals, the highest shoot shooting
ing shooting percentage per game is re registered
gistered registered by the new starting cen center
ter center Mont Highley, with a 56.8 per
The Gators, who are shooting
well above average from the foul
line, also have quite a few shoot shooting
ing shooting well from the floor. They
include, after Highley, Barbee and
Tomlinson 46 per cent, Baxley 40.8
per cent and Henderson 39.8 per
Overall the Gators have a field
goal percentage of 44.8 per cent.
They are making 75.1 per cent
of their free throws, averaging
41.6 rebounds per game and aver averaging
aging averaging 75.5 points per game. The
Gators trail total opponent statis statistics
tics statistics only in rebounds and points.