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Vol. 55, No. 91 The University of Florida, Gainesville Friday, February 22, 1963

Hendrick Fills Spots;
Crabtree Appointed

By BONNIE DAHLQUIST
Staff Writer
Three Student Government ap appointmentssecretary
pointmentssecretary appointmentssecretary of finance,
secretary of housing and clerk of
the. traffic court-were announced
yesterday by Student Body Pres.
Paul Hendrick.
Jim Crabtree, a sophomore from
Coral Gables, was appointed se-
Top Physicist
Signs Here
Graduate School Dean Linton E.
Grinter today announced the ap appointment
pointment appointment of Dr. Alex EJS. Green,
one of the nations leading space
physicists, to the UF faculty.
The appointment, which will be become
come become effective Sept. 1, 1963 was
termed of timely importance to
the state of Florida and its ad advancement
vancement advancement in the space sciences
by Grinter.
Dr. Green will join the faculty
of the Deaprtment of Physics as
graduate research professor of
physics.
The 44-yean-old specialist in
theoretical nuclear physics, is
presently manager of the Space
Science Laboratory of General Dy Dynamics
namics Dynamics Astronautics in San Diego,
Calif. He is an international
authority in the physical phen phenomena
omena phenomena of the upper atmosphere
and space.
He is noted for his work with
infrared, visible, and ultraviolet
regions of the optical spectrum.
His studies include effects of long longrange
range longrange ballistic missile re-entry
into the earths atmosphere.
Dean Grinter said Dr. Alex
Green is one of the nations lead leading
ing leading space physicists. We are
pleased to bring him to Florida
where his influence, through the
academic space physics programs,
will also support the growth of space
industry.
Dr. Gree n will teach a gra graduate
duate graduate course in theoretical nu nuclear
clear nuclear physics and will continue
research in space science, ac according
cording according to Dr. Stanley S. Ballard,
Head of the Department.
Before joining General
Dynamics, Dr. Green taught at
California Institute of Technology,
the University of Cincinnati, and
Florida State University. In 1957-
58 he was a visiting staff scien scientist
tist scientist at Los Alamos Scientific La Laboratory.
boratory. Laboratory.
He has served with General Dy Dynamics
namics Dynamics Astronautics since 1959.
Dr. Green received his bachelor
of science degree from
City CoUege of New York in 1940.
He earned a master of science
degree from California Institute
of Technology in 1941 and his PluD.
degree from the UniversityofCin UniversityofCincinnati
cinnati UniversityofCincinnati in 1948.
Dr. Green is a member of the
American Physical Society, Amer American
ican American Geophysical Union, American
Rocket Society, and Phi Beta
Kappa, scholastic honorary frater fraternity.
nity. fraternity.

cretary of finance. Crabtree, who
has worked in the Coral Gables
Tax Assessors Office, was a
member of Legislative Council and
Phi Eta Sigma, mens freshman
honorary. He has attained a 3.2
over-all average at the- UF and
is a member of Phi Gamma Delta
fraternity.
The secretary of finance works
closely with student organizations
which receive funds from student
allocation fees and serves as bus business
iness business manager of a special fund
which includes the budgets for SG
cabinet members and programs.
Crabtree is setting up complete
inventories of the honor bike pro program
gram program and all SG properties. He
wil 1 be working closely with the
Budget and Finance Committee,
Legislative Council and the Trea Treasurers
surers Treasurers Office.
Maurice Plumb, a senior in Arts
and Sciences, was appointed Se Secretary
cretary Secretary of Housing.
Plumb, who is currently a chair chairman
man chairman of Gator Gras, has served
as president of Hume Area and
assistant chairman of the Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming Special Functions Division.
He was a member of the Mens
President Council and the Leg Legislative
islative Legislative Council.
The secretary of housing works

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to maintain liaison between the
Housing Division and students liv living
ing living in the dormitories.
Plumb, implementing the V.O.
T.E. Party plank platform, plans
to increase the number of social
activities and library facilities in
dormitories. He also intends to
obtain more dormitory telephones.
New clerk of the traffic court
is freshman Mike Berke. He is
currently serving on the SELL
Program and Parents Weekend for
Gator Gras. Berke has previously
worked on the Homecoming and
Gator Growl Committees.
The clerk of the traffic court
assists the chief justice in pre preparation
paration preparation of trials. Berke will be
working on a revision of traffic
rules and traffic court procedures.

San Francisco Ballet
To Perform Sunday

The world-acclaimed San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco Ballet will perform Sunday
afternoon at 3 in the Florida Gym Gymnasium

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...and war at the Sigma Chi Derby, which starts
at 2 p.m. Saturday at Broward Hall field. Action
aplenty is the annual theme of the derby at which
all sororities are expected to participate.

nasium Gymnasium to highlight the UF Fine
Arts Festival.
Gerhard Samuel, conductor and

musical director of the Oakland
Symphony, is orchestra conductor
for the 70-member troupe.
The San Francisco Ballet re received
ceived received special mention by the Lon London
don London Times as "one of America's
two chief ballet companies" and
is the most travelled classical bal ballet
let ballet company in the world.
Three International tours, under
sponsorship of the American Na National
tional National Theatre and Academy in
conjunction with the State Dept.,
labels the ballet troupe as "good "goodwill
will "goodwill ambassadors."
The San Francisco Ballet was
the first American company to per perform
form perform anywhere in the Far East
and tours Include Latin America,
the Mid -East and Central and North
Africa.
When the San Francisco Ballet
appears here, a new ballet,
choregraphed by Director Lew
Christensen, will be presented.
The ballet is being given a world
premiere on this tour.
Other fine arts activities during
the week will Include a UF Sym Symphony
phony Symphony Orchestra Concert, a lec lecture
ture lecture on "The Definition of Man"
by Kenneth Burke, a speech by
composer Henry Cowell on "Music
in*a Technological World" and
a performance by Catherine Cro Crozler,
zler, Crozler, noted American organist, in
the University Auditorium.
Seven Votes
Elect Coed
V.O.T.E, Party candidate Miss
Jackie Wilder polled all seven
votes cast in a special two-day
election ending Tuesday to win a
Student Government Legislative
Council seat from the College
of Physical Education and Health.
According to the Admissions
Office, 132 students are enrolled
in the college.
Polls were re-opened Tuesday
in the Honor Court Office because
only one student had voted Monday.



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The Florida Alligator Friday/ February 22, 1963

ATO Plans Maltese Cross
Sisters Rush Party Sunday

Alpha Tau Omega (ATO) social
fraternity will continue rush
Sunday for the nations fourth chap chapter
ter chapter of the Little Sisters of the
Maltese Cross.
Invitations were sent to 50 girls
who came to last Sundays open
house. An open invitation was
extended to independent women
and three sororitiesKappa Delta,
Zeta Tau Alpha and Delta Gamma
who chould not attend last week
due to initiation activities. .'
To be eligible to be rushed,

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girls must show an interest in
ATO, have a 2.0 overall and ex expected
pected expected to be in school through
the winter trimester. Girls who
are pinned in any fraternity,
including ATO, are ineligible.
Fifteen to 25 girls will be chosen
from those participating in rush
without regard to sorority affili affiliation.
ation. affiliation. A girl must have a two twothirds
thirds twothirds chapter vote to be selected.
The purpose of the little sisters
will be to promote better relations
between the Fraternity and soro sorority

rity sorority and independent women. Girls
chosen will benefit by new
friendships with other sorority
and independent women.
In the fall, the little sisters will
help oriente ATO pledges to the
UF campus. They will also help
with rush, and service projects,
cheer at intramural events and
participate in other chapter
activities.
Summer Jobs
Interviews for summer work as
YMCA camp counselors and senior
staff members will be held Feb.
22 at 11:00.
Positions include supervision of
boys 9-17 in all camp activities
and will last from June 2- Sept.
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guage language arts, College of Ed Education,
ucation, Education, Sue is active in
her sorority and is current currently
ly currently president of the D Phi
E's house corporation.

Rabid Bat Warning

The Alachua County Health De Department
partment Department yesterday issued a
warning for people to use extreme
caution in handling bats and other
stray animals.
The warning came on the heels
of a Health Department disclosure
yesterday that a dead bat picked
up by a Flavet n boy on the UF
campus was rabid.
B. C. Pafford, environmental

SG Leaders Combine
Activities With Class

Several student government
leaders, including recently elected
President Paul Hendrick, have
drawn their academic life and
government work together in a
special political course.
There are twelve students
Library Gets
AAUP Praise
The UF American Association
of University Professors (AAUP),
in response to recent criticism
of library services, adopted a
resolution expressing their
appreciation to the director and
staff of the library for maintaining
the best possible level of service
under present conditions.
The AAUP also expressed an
awareness of the library space
shortage and of the multiplied
demand for library materials
resulting from the trimester
system.
Members added that delay in
building added facilities had slowed
down the faculty, as well as the
student and the graduate students
research.

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See you at the Sigma Chi Derby
THIS SATURDAY, 2 PM

SPEs, AXOs
To Solicit For
Heart Fund
Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity
will hold a door-to-door cam campaign
paign campaign for the Heart FundonSunday
in an effort to round out a
set goal of SIOOO.
The Sig Eps have already
raised about SBOO through a car
wash, and a stop the traffic
campaign during the last two
weeks.
Sundays drive will begin at
1 p.m. The brothers and pledges
who are being assisted by mem members
bers members of Alpha Chi Omega, have
been assigned sections of the city
by Mrs. J. Hillis Miller, local
heart fund chairman.
The Sig Ep drive will end on
March 7. Reddick Harris, drive
chairman, said he feels the Sig
Eps will go over their set goal
if the drive continues as it has.
Trophies will be awarded to
the fraternity and sorority col collecting
lecting collecting the most money for the
drive. Many fraternities and
sororities are working in the drive
including Phi Mu, Pi Kappa Alpha,
Phi Delta Theta, Tau Kappa Ep Epsilon
silon Epsilon and Alpha Chi Omega. Sig
Ep chapters all over the nation
work on Heart Fund drives.

health director, said the bat case
was the first rabid animal ever
found on the UF campus.
The boy, Randolph Keene of 3478
Flavet n, was exposed to the rabies
when he picked up the dead animal
last weekend, Pafford said.
Pafford said bats have
inhabited the UFs Flavet areas
for quite awhile and that the UF
is working to eradicate them.

registered in ASC 329, Functions
and Practice of Leadership in a
Democratic Society, this
trimester.
The course is open to any upper
division or graduate student now
taking an active role in student
government or related campus
activities. The course follows a
lecture-seminar pattern.
According to W. W. Young,
course chiarman, the program is
designed to acquaint the student
who expects a role of leadership
in governmental affairs with the
bases of effective leadership in
a democratic society.
Young said The course deals
with broad cultural and environ environmental
mental environmental factors that offset the
leadership role in society. It will
also include study of new concepts
in administrative theory.
Also enrolled in the class this
trimester are Rachael Cohen, Don
Denson, Mac Melvin, Joel Sachs,
Nancy Parham and Barry Sinoff.
All are or have recently been active
in student government.
Lectures are presented by
professors from several depart departments
ments departments including political science,
history, business administration
and journalism.



By JUDY BARNES
News Editor
Sexual intercourse before
marriage is increasing on college
campuses, according to UF
officials and other educators.
The Journal of the National
Association of Women Deans and
Counselors devoted its entire issue
to the subject last month, while
Dean of Women Marna Brady,
Dean of Men Frank Adams and
Sociologist Shaw Grigsby
expressed their views this week.
All the educators agreed that
the problem is a real one, and
that the basic reason is changing
standards within the society itself.
It is becoming easier and easier
for couples to get together, and
harder and harder for disaster
to result from the premarital sex
act.
DEAN BRADY
"Sexual freedom is a result
of the changing standards in so societya
cietya societya feeling that everything
is okay if you dont get caught,
said Dean Brady. "It does not
occur just at the college level,
either, it occurs in the whole
society.
Dean Brady feels that many
factors are' involved in the in increased
creased increased premarital intercourse,
one not being any more important
than another.
"One of the more important
reasons is that home is very
often no longer a center of
relationships, she said. "Home
is the basis for setting patterns
and values.
Students whose parents have
been divorced often suffer a
disrupted home life.
"Students are confused about
sex, the Dean said. "They are
confused by the antics of Hollywood
movie stars, and are torn between
home and school. They often do
not receive proper advice in either
place.
Dean Brady feels that womens
views are changing regarding sex
because the subject is more open
to discussion. Each person is
reaching her own conclusion about
the matter.
"It is better that the discussion
of sex is a more open thing
the sexual part of the human
being shouldnt be a shameful
thing, she said.
She feels that the issue is no
longer a true moral one, because
the moral that exists is no longer
completely accepted by students.
Dean Brady feels that the answer
to the problem of increased pre premarital
marital premarital intercourse and
premarital pregnancy is to get
at the problem before it arises
before the student reaches the
college level. She added that fear

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f Premarital Sex Increasing

--either of breaking a moral law
or social shameis no longer
an answer to the problem.
DEAN ADAMS
"Premarital intercourse has
been happening since Adam and
Eve, said Dean Adams, "but
it is increasing.
Dean Adams feels that the main
cause of premarital sex experience
is that society is much freer than
it was 20 years ago. Since World
War I, young people have been
given more freedom by the family.
"Women have begun working
since the War, leaving the child
at home. First the baby sitter
rears the child, then the day
nursery and then school, he said.
Premarital pregnancy often
occurs because the boy and girl
have had no training in responsi responsibility.
bility. responsibility. They have never had
anything to be responsible for, and
when the question of premarital
sex enters the picture, no thought
of the responsibility involved is
given to the issue, according to
the Dean.
"Family rearing .s a part of
college life that is viewed differ differently
ently differently by different schools, he
said. "Some schools make both
the partners of a beginning family
drop out of school, even if the
pregnancy occurred within wed wedlock.
lock. wedlock.
Dean Adams feels that the
definite double standard in our
society may have a bearing on the
issue.
He feels that to correct the
problem, education should begin
in about the ninth grade. He feels
that beginning education at the
college level is starting a little
late.
UFs Dean of Men is definitely
against premarital sex experience.
"So many benefits are derived
from waiting, but students often
do not see them until it is too
late, he said.
Premarital intercourse is
definitely increasing, according to
Dr. Shaw Grigsby. Twenty per cent
of unmarried UF coeds are
presently having regular sex
relations, while another 20 per
cent have had experience in the
past.
Sixty per cent of unmarried
UF coeds are still virgins. The
per cent would appear to be smaller
because a very promiscious few
are "talked up a great deal by
campus men, he said.
Dr. Grigsby feels that there is
no one cause for the premarital
sex problem. The reasons for the
problem he cited are:
1) Premarital pregnancy is no
longer a complete social or finan financial
cial financial disaster.
2) A couplewith such things
as parental helpcan make a go

of forced marriage easier than
ever before.
3) We are a sexually precocious
societywe talk sex, and such
things as advertising and movies
are exceedingly sexy.
4) We educate the masses in
birth control, and in so doing,
we also educate the college crowd.
5) Clothes place a great
emphasis on sex, especially female
fashions.
6) There is no longer a fear
of venereal disease because of
the medical progress in its cure.
"There are fewer and fewer
virgins, said Dr. Grigsby,
"because you can now have your
cake and eat it too.
Dr. Grigsby also feels that
modern couples are more likely
to indulge in premarital sex be because
cause because the adolescent is lost
somewhere between adult
responsibility and adult privileges.
"The adolescent assumes adult
responsibility but not adult
PRIVILEGES. He thus tries all
sorts of ways to get these privi privileges,
leges, privileges, he said.
Dr. Grigsby feels that
premarital pregnancy which
he defines as actual illegitimacy illegitimacyis
is illegitimacyis not based on any deep
psychological problem the female
may have. Considering the
rate of premarital
intercourse, he feels that it
happens mainly because the
females are poorly educated in
contraceptive methods.
"We should not tell them,
either, he said, "it would only
increase sex behavior.
He feels that premarital inter intercourse
course intercourse is wrong because society
has stated that is a violation of
its moral code, even if some
couples are able to rationalize
their behavior.
. "We have not abridged our rules
in society to take care of
premarital relations, he said.
Grigsby feels that the fault lies
somewhere between the parents
and the school, who are constantly
passing the buck back and forth to
one another.
A good college course on sex
and marriage would be the best
answer to the problem, he feels.
The course would explain such
things as how conception takes
place and the danger in illegal
abortion.
OTHER EDUCATORS
Winston W. Ehrmann, former
U F sociology professor and
director of the Marriage and
Family Clinic, was among the
educators writing in the Journal
of the National Association of
Women Deans and Counselors.

The Florida Alligator Friday, February 22, 1963

"Contrary to the double
standafd, whose historic
importance is waning, more and
more couples who consider them themselves
selves themselves either going steady or
engaged experience premarital
intercourse, Ehrmann said.
Other educators include Kate
Mueller, editor of the Journal;
Lester Kirkendall, -professor of
family life at Oregon State
University; Harold Christensen,
sociology professor at Purdue;
Cornelia Christenson, of the Insti Institute
tute Institute for Sex Research at Indiana
Statejlsactore Rubin,of "Sexology
magazine; and Edward Soloman of
the Department of Social Science
at Sarah Lawrence University.
Reasons the educators gave for
premarital sex are:
1) Young people purusing edu education
cation education against a background of
international tension and social

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chaos.
2) A society which teaches sexual
morality, but does not practice
it by using sex as a lure to promote
business.
3) The disappearance of adult
control in college students.
4) Lack of responsibility in the
college student.
5) Confusion concerning sex
standards.
6) Lack of parental supervision
at the college level, along with
primarily ornamental" chaper chaperones.
ones. chaperones.
They suggest three main ways
for helping the situation.
1) Help for the student in finding
his way through the many contra contradictions.
dictions. contradictions.
2) The development of a
meaningful moral framework.
3) A comprehensive system of
values established by courses,
conferences and open discussions.

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The Florida Alliaator Friday, February 22, 1963

Group Sponsors Retreat

UF Bnai B rith Hillel
Foundation is sponsoring a
weekend retreat with the Hillel
club at FSU this weekend.
Sabbath Services will be held
at Hillel tonight at 7:30 with a
guest speaker delivering the
sermon. An Oneg Shabbat
discussion and social hour will
follow.
The theme for the conclave is
Religion in College Life.
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will be held Saturday afternoon.
Cars will leave from Hillel at
10 a.m. Dr. Ted Landsman will
lead the discussion at the park.
A barbeque and athletic
competition is planned for the
afternoon.
The group will return to Hillel
Saturday evening for Havdalah
services for the end of the Sabbath,
an Italian spaghetti dinner, and a
record hop.

Biology Prof
Studies Birds
The importance of sight, the
sun and the stars in connection
with the migration of birds is
being studied by a UF Piofessor
of Biology, E. G. Franz Sauer.
Prof. Sauer is trying to find
out just how the American Golden
Plover, a bird native to the St.
Lawrence Island in the Bering
Sea, can accomplish a 2,000 mile
migration annually.
Prof. Sauer brought ten of these
birds here from their home area
with a grant from Natural Science,
but is now financing the experiment
himself.
Sight, guidance by the sun and
stars, connected with the instinct
of the birds, are the two main
orienting factors in their mi migration
gration migration he has found.
The experimental birds were
flown from the St. Lawrence
Islands to Madison, Wisconsin and
split into two groups. The first
group was isolated from the sun
and the second group was exposed
to the sun and stars. Then the
birds were flown to San Francisco
and the process was completed.
When migration orientation was
tested the following spring, the
birds that had been isolated from
light went from San Francisco
directly to the St. Lawrence Island.
The birds that had been exposed
to light went from from San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco to Madison and then to their
homeland.
TV Report
WUFT TV and the
Florida Alligator will join
forces tonight at 6:15 to
present Channel 5 news newscaster
caster newscaster Chris Nuthall and
a report on proposed
cable television for
Gainesville.
The Alligator Monday
will present a more
expanded approach to the
cable television question.
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NO DOWN PAYMENTS VETS
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Shelley Winters
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Shirley Night
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"Thunder in the Sun"
Jeff Chandler
Susan Hayward
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Jack Lemmon
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Bert Lancaster
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"Taras Bulba"
Yul Brynner

For Rent

RENTALS HOUSE AND
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Gainesville. Contact Wayne Mason
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east of campus, 1119 West
University Ave. FR 2-3529
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MALE STUDENT: Single or double
room for rent. 1406 NW sth Ave
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Bloom Receives Lauds
For Player Production

By B. H. Waugh
UF Professor
To produce an adequate play
about the various kinds of

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inadequacy is a most difficult job,
but the Florida Players, under
the direction of John Kirk, have
certainly done an excellent
Cherry Orchard, Chekhovs

last, brutal portrayal of impotence
frivolity, and ultimate
ineffectuality.
The script, based upon the
Constance Garnett translation of
the play, is excellently paced. The
costumes, under the supervision
of Mary Stephenson, 7AS, are
extremely well done.
One technical device which upset
this reviewer, however, was the
continual use of Greensleeves
as a musical background for the
play. Other music, to be sure,
is used, but the Greensleeves
leit motif seems a bit overly done.
The major roles are all well
done. Jean Harvan, as Lyubov
Andreyevna, is beautiful, and her
performance provides a lovely and
pathetic pivot around which the
action revolves. Love (and foolish foolishness)
ness) foolishness) glistens through the tears.
J. Michael Bloom, as Gaev, is
excellent, especially at the end
of Act I, when he brings the early
discordant elements in the play
together in masterful fashion. Mr.
Bloom has the fascinating ability
to provoke an emotion with the
slightest movement of his body.
Gaevs ineffectuality is shatter shatteringly
ingly shatteringly evident in a twitch of the
handkerchief or wave of the hand.
John Ames, as Lapohin, at first
seems disconcertingly awkward on
the stage, until the realization
suddenly dawns that the charac characterization
terization characterization demands such
blundering action. The role
develops around the flinging about
of the hands. Mr. Ames builds
the character to his climactic
scene in the ballroom in Act HI,
and creates a convincing inter interpretation
pretation interpretation of the role.
Joanna Helming, as Lybovs
eldest daughter, Varya, is very
good. Her costuming and bearing
underline the external severity of
character strangely combined with
her internal gentleness.
Margaret Kaler, as Anya, is a
beautiful and convincing ingenue.
Dunyasha, played by Diane Pelfry
and Yasha, done by Phil Giberson,
are. both charmingly portrayed,
rascally peasant types. The
supporting character parts
Taylor Brooks as Semyonov
Pishtchik, Robert Pendell as
Epihodov, Jerry Forbes as Firs,
and Jean Cawetti as Charlotta
Ivanova are generally well wellhandled,
handled, wellhandled, although in places and at
times tend to become caricatures.
Murray Spooner, as Trofimov
is sometimes over-rhetorical,but,
on the other hand, his role as
student may carry with it the
kind of bluster he provides. I
would suspect, however, that Chek Chekhovs
hovs Chekhovs world is one of significant
silences within a highly charged
intimate atmosphere. Oratory may
be out of place here.
This production is well-staged,
well-costumed, well-acted. It
provides a thoughtful, honest
interpretation of one of the
masterpieces of the stage.

The Florida Alligator Friday, February 22, 1963

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The Florida Alligator Friday, February 22, 1963

alligator
editorials

Build those flood walls higher and stack the sand sandbags
bags sandbags up the river is rising and a tidal wave is
on the way.
The tidal wave were referring to is the wave
of high school graduates whom educators predict
will come crashing down upon the already flooded
colleges and universities of the nation in 1964 or
1965.
A recent (Jan. 21) edition of U.S. News and World
Report, an article entitled College Crisis Ahead
What it Means discussed this anticipated big
jump in college enrollment in the near future which
is expected to necessitate an expansion of college
facilities, the need for a increase in taxes to help
stem this tide, and the possible denial of a college
education to potential students due to a deficiency
of classrooms and teachers.
In an interview with Michigan State University
President John A. Hannah, the full scope of the
college crisis is brought into the dazzling real reality
ity reality of daylight. In the spring of last year, there
were a total of 1,880,000 U.S. high school gra graduates
duates graduates In 1963, 1964 and 1965, the yearly totals
are expected to increase by 4.9, 17 and 8.6
per cent respectively.
College enrollmentslightly over the 2.2 million
mark in 1950 is now at the 4.2 million level.
This figure supposedly will double in the next 13
years, so that by 1975 an expected 8,616,006 stu students
dents students will be enrolled in American colleges.
Hannah emphasizes that this overwhelming rise
in high school graduates, if not met by appropri appropriate
ate appropriate action, will result in a crisis. He adds, how however,
ever, however, that the crisis will not be primarily one
faced by the colleges, but rather by the young,
people who stand the chance of being squeezed
out of an opportunity to further their education
at the college level.
What can be done to help stem this tide? Hannah,
MSU president since 1941, declares the influx of
high school graduates must be met by 1) an in increase
crease increase in the number of junior colleges, 2) an in increase
crease increase in the number of classrooms, libraries
and faculty in the existing four-year institutions,
3) year-round operation of the universities.
Concerning his state of Michigan, Hannah asserts
it will have to put up very sizeable sums of mon money,
ey, money, and that this is also true of practically all
states.
He envisions, as a future trend, a gradual turning
of the colleges toward the Federal Government
for the required aid. Tuition fees have been and
will probably continue to be raised in an effort
to alleviate the situation, but Hannah and others
in higher educational circles see the gradual hike
in tuition as away by which certain individuals
will lose their opportunity to attend college. All
of the cost cannot be sloughed off on Joe Collegiate.
Storm warnings have been posted for 15 years,
but in most case state legislators have been re reluctant
luctant reluctant to recognize the fact that the storm was
brewing, and to take appropriate action.
Many problems face higher education in the fu future
ture future months and yearsproblems which must be
met with cautious awareness, lest we find were
eliminating a certain number of potential college
graduate from entrance simply because of a lack
of maney. Either federal aid or increased taxes
or both is likely to be required in order to allevi alleviate
ate alleviate the woeful voids which will exist in the near
future.
Florida will not be excepted by this population
explosion college style. The trimester system
year-round operationis only the first step in
a succession of moves that must necessarily pave
the way toward a goal of meeting these new and
bold challenges.
The Florida Alligator
Editor-In-Chief David Lawrence Jr.
Managing Editors Maryanne Awtrey, Ben Garrett
Acting Managing Editor David West
Business Manager Jay Fountain
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LETTERS:
Leaders Duty To Follow?

EDITOR:
I feel compelled, as a native
of the southeastern United States
and as an American interested in
our constitutional form of govern government,
ment, government, to reply to Mr. Lex Taylors
letter of February 18, 1963.
His letter, in answer to an
Alligator editorial Alabam of
February 13, 1963, purported to
air, if not clear. . several
points and issues. My judgement
is that only airing was
accomplished, with one exceotion.

Cliff Landers
Brazil The True 'Melting Pot

The true melting pot of the
Western Hemisphere, it has been
observed, is not the United States
it's Brazil.
Whereas the U. S. melted
primarily Northern European
stock which already shared many
characteristics,Brazil has merged
such distinct racial types as
Portuguese, Indian and Negro,
evolving a new race akin to that
which Mexican sociologist Jose
Vasconcelos termed the Cosmic
Race.
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Latin American
r Viewpoint
This new race, a suntanned light
brown in hue, can be truly called
the race of the future in South
Americas largest nation. Though
technically Caucasian, this race
contains more than a dab of Negro
and Indian blood. The result of
this admixture, which would
horrify self-styled protectors of
white supremacy, is noteworthy:
Racial prejudice in Brazil is
at a minimum. This is due in
great part to the Portuguese
heritage: the early explorers and
settlers Interbred freely with
natives and, later, with Negro
slaves: the Portuguese had been
occupied for over 700 years by
dark skinned Moors who
introduced a superior culture into
the Iberian peninsula.
This is not to say that prejudice
does not exist in Brazil; it does.
But it is what sociologists call
a prejudice of stamp rather
than a prejudice of origin. That
is, the prejudice which a Brazilian
Negro encounters is due to his
usual lowly economic position,not
due to his color alone. A Negro
has vertical mobility if he strives
for it. Thus, a Negro can rise
above his social class and become
say, a member of an exclusive club
by bettering himself economically
or educationally. It is for this
reason that Brazilians rationalize
that their brand of prejudice is
more- rational, ethical and
humane Brazil has a class
system, yes, but not a caste
system.

Mr. Taylors first point is that
the University of Alabama is lo located
cated located at Tuscaloosa, Alabama,not
Tuskegee. This is the exception.
Regarding Point #2, I agree
with the writer that his belief is
(perhaps?) misguided when he
asserts that it is the DUTY
of elected officials to represent
the majority view of the
electorate. To attempt such a
course would not only be imprac impracticable
ticable impracticable but would be shirking duty.
The impracticality lies in the task
of polling the electorate on every
issue, minor or not, to determine

Gradually,some authorities feel,
the Negro is disappearing as a
discrete racial type owing to the
constant miscegenation in Brazil.
The imperial census of 1872 listed
some 20% of the population as
Negro; in 1950 the figure was 10.9%.
This decrease is due to several
causes:
1. Intermarriage continues to
dilute the pure Negro stock,
which then fades into the larger
white or tan society.
2. Typically, the Brazilian of
mixed ancestry has a light
complexion, and since the tropical
sun is an important factor in
pigmentation, the benefit of the
doubt is always given to the white
strain in the individuals
background. (This is, of course,
the reverse of the U.S., where
many feel that one drop of Negro
blood makes its possessors a
Negro. In Brazil, one is considered
white if there is any percentage
of white blood in his makeup.)
3. It is left to the individual
to declare his own color. Thus,
the real decrease in percentage
of Negroes in the total population
may not be as sharp as the figures
would indicate.
4. Since most of the lowest
social class is composed of
Negroes (a heritage of the slavery
system, as in this country), it is
natural that inferior health
conditions prevail among them as
a group and that the corresponding
death rate and infant mortality
rate are causing the Negro to
lose ground to his lighter skinned
fellows.
But none of these facts alters
the basic truth that in Brazil the
Negro enjoys greater racial tol tolerance
erance tolerance than in any Western
Hemisphere nation besides Haiti.
As William L. Schurz has summed
it up in BRAZIL: THE INFINITE
COUNTRY:
Because (the Negro) was poor
and unlettered, certain doors might
be closed against him, as they
would against any European im immigrant
migrant immigrant whose only assets were
the clothes on his back. He was
starting at the bottom of the
economic ladder, but at least no
one on the higher rungs would
trample on his fingers, and they
might even reach down and give
him a helpful life.

the majority opinion. The difficulty
in constructing attitude scales to
correctly assess attitudes of a
group as diverse in literacy as a
whole state will be left to the
imagination of the reader. An
attempt by an elected official to
instigate such a prohibitive system
would be an effort at shirking
his duty if he subscribes to the
better philosphy of leading, not
following his electorate.
Point #3, Does the Federal
Government have the right to
interfere with public education at
the state level, is listed as
boiling down to the main question
on the issue. Mr. Taylor here
is examining the wrong side of
the coin down to which he has
boiled. The other side of the
coin would cause us to ask if
individual states have the right
to operate a public school system,
partially supported by Federal
funds, which has in it a systematic
bias prejudicial against (or to)
a certain group or subgroup. If
our Federal Government should be
so foolish as to allow such system systematic
atic systematic injustic, should it allow such
flimsy criterion as shade of skin
to be used?
Mr. Taylors letter, after
opening with a point which would
receive excellent consensual vali validation,
dation, validation, closes with a point which
would receive poor consensual
validation. In short, his assertion
that the Southern states claim
that the Supreme Courts decision
on school integration is not the
law of the land is false as attested
to by the peaceful integration of
North Carolina, South Carolina,
Tennessee, Georgia and Florida.
Another factor which belies the
statement in question is that there
are numerous respected voices
(e.g., Ralph McGill, Eugene
Patterson, numerous clergymen)
in the South who have openly and
consistently gone on record as
favoring a course of lawful
obediance to Court orders, re regarding
garding regarding school integration. True,
the governments of Arkansas,
Louisiana, Mississippi, and
Alabama have shown an irrespons irresponsible
ible irresponsible renegade attitude toward
the Supreme Court's authority(and
toward human relationships, for
that matter) but the trend is clear,
no matter what ones bias may be
on the right to equal education
issue.
I might add that what has dif differentiated
ferentiated differentiated the impression which
the above groups of states has
given to the rest of the nation
is that political leaders in the
latter group (massive resistance)
acted as though it was their DUTY
to FOLLOW the opinions of loud
and vociferous purveyors of hate
and violence within those states.
In contrast, the political leaders
in the former group of states
chose to ignore such racists anrf
LEAD their electorates in lawful
acquiescence to our established
governmental system and the law
of the land, the Supreme Court.
Sincerely,
John Currie, 7AS
Forest Part, Georgia



Cagers Face
Final Trip

Floridas hot and cold cagers
hit the trail today on their last
road trip of the season with hopes
of coming home with a winning
record.
Saturday night the Gators will
face road foe number one at
Nashville, Tenn. when they meet
the Vanderbilt Commodores. It
is the first meeting of the two
teams this season.
Monday night the UF five moves
on to Atlanta, Ga. for a meeting
with Georgia Techs high ranking
Yellow Jackets. Florida and Tech
collided at Jacksonvilles Gator
Bowl Tournament with the Jackets
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BALES

Tennis Team Opens
Season Saturday

UFs tennis team meets the Ft. Eustis service team in an exhibition
match Saturday at 1:30 p.m. on the Florida courts.
The Gators, out to improve on their 14-5 third place finish in

the Southeastern Conference last
year, begin regular season play
March 2 against Florida Southern.
Four returning lettermen,
headed by co-captains Bill Tym
and Fred Shaya, provide the nu nucleus
cleus nucleus for Coach Bill Potter's 11th
team at Florida.
Tym, a native of Gainesville,
returns to the team after a year
in the service. He captured the
No. 2 position SEC title as a
member of the 1961 conference
championship team.
Bill is better than ever now,"
says Pottelr. He will give anyone
in the conference a good run for
his money."
But behind Tym the Gators are
still a question mark.
Our other returnees/ Shaya,
Jerry Pfeiffer, and Ronebhuhn,"
Potter noted, played No. 4,5,
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There will be a drivers and
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coming out on top by two last
minute foul shots, 63-61.
The Gators will be leaving for
Nashville with most of the team
in fairly good shape. Paced by
junior center Mont Highley, hottest
scorer and rebounder in recent
weeks, and with the return of
sophomore guard Brooks
Henderson, the UF cagers are
looking forward to a much better
showing than on the last road trip
which netted only one win against
four losses.
Floridas Baby Gators
basketball squad sets off for Ocala
Saturday in quest of a repeat win
over the Rebels of Central Florida
Junior College. Monday night the
UF freshmen stopped Central
Florida 95-69 in Florida Gymnas Gymnasium.
ium. Gymnasium.
Sororiiies
Win Murals
Sorority intramural league bas basketball
ketball basketball finals ended yesterday with
the Kappa Alpha Thetas defeating
Alpha Epsilon Phi 12-6 Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday to win the basketball division
of the Orange League. Captain
Judy Nelson was high scorer with
ten points.
The Zetas and the Kappa Alpha
Thetas defeated the teams in se second
cond second place twice to win the double
elimination tournament.

and 6 positions most of last
season.
This year Shaya, another
Gainesville product, and Pfeiffer
will battle for the number two
spot with Rebhuhn, a junior from
Great Neck, N. Y., moving up
into the fourth slot.
Bob Agnew, a Pompano Beach
sophomore with plenty of poten potential,
tial, potential, looks like the best bet for
the fifth position.
Senior Don Losman of Miami
Beach, a member of the 1960
Gator freshman team, returns to
round out the team at the sixth
spot.
Sophomores Ted Brown of
Middletown, Ohio, and Lee Landes Landesberg
berg Landesberg of West Orange, N. J. add
depth and could break into the
starting lineup
TENNIS SCHEDULE:
Feb. 23Ft. Eustis, here,
March 2 Florida Southern, Lake Lake-1
-1 Lake-1 and; 9 Florida State
Tallahassee; 12Rollins, here;l6
Georgia here; 19 Georgia
Tech, here; 20--Valdosta State,
here.
March 25--Duke, here; 26
Florida State, here; 27Stetson,
here; 29 Georgia, Athens, Ga.;
30Georgia Tech, Atlanta, Ga.
April 2Amherst, here; 3
Hope College, here; sAuburn,
here; 6Miami, Coral Gables;
May 4Rollins, Winter Park;
9-11SEC Tournament, Tus Tuscaloosa,
caloosa, Tuscaloosa, Ala.

Game on Radio
For those who cant make it
to Nashville for Saturday nights
game between the Gators and
Vanderbilt, the game will be
broadcast over WRUF at 9:15
p.m.
Miami Aims
For No. 21
CORAL GABLESUniversity of
Miamis 1963 Hurricanes go after
their 21st victory of the basket basketball
ball basketball season when they meet Florida
State University Saturday in Miami
Beach Convention Hall.
Only one other team has ever
won more than 20 games at Miami,
the 1959-60 aggregation winning
23 and losing 4.
Miami has lost four times, this
year, once to Florida in over overtime
time overtime in Tallahassee. The Hurri Hurricanes
canes Hurricanes have accepted an invation to
play in the National Invitational
tournament (NIT) in Madison
Square Garden.
The Hurricans, who rank
second nationally in scoring,
boosted their season average to
90.4 points per game when they
ran up 112 on Tampa Monday.
It was the sixth time this year
Miami has zoomed over the 100-
point mark.
With Florida State and Stetson
yet to be played in regular sea season
son season competition Miami can break
its own one-season scoring mark.

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The Florida Alligator Friday/ February 22, 1963

Tankers Bound
For Georgia
Its going to be another tough one for us,
head UF swim coach Bill Harlan said.
Motive for this profound statement is
Saturdays Georgia Intercollegiate swim meet at

the University of Georgia pool
in Athens, Ga.
The Gators, with a 5-0 record,
will be favored but Florida State
will be pushing for a victory. Some
of the Southeastern Conferences
best competition will be there
to swim against the gators.
Were actually going to face
the best teams in the South and
its not going to be a pushover
like everybody thinks, Harlan
said.
Our big boys are going to
be the ones weve been depending
on all year. Theyre just going
to have to come through again.
The boys Im particularly
talking about are co-captains
Terry Green and Eddie Reese.
Terry is our big man in the free freestyle
style freestyle and so far this year he's
done a real good job for us,
especially in tttose important
meets.
Eddie is another clutch man
whos been coming through for
us. His meat is the individual
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Time trials will be held again
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Coach Percy Beard said, We
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(March 9) and from the looks
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The Florida Alligator Friday, February 22, 1963

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The UF Archery Club is spon sponsoring
soring sponsoring a campus wide tournament
Saturday at 10:30 a.m. on the
Broward archery range.
Equipment will be furnished to
ail interested students. Spec Spectators
tators Spectators are also invited.
Students interested in joining the
Archery Club are invited to the
regular meetings at 4 p.m. Tuesday
afternoon on the Broward range.

UF Gridders
Start Work
Saturday
Almost 100 Florida
Gators including an ex expected
pected expected 20 non-scholar
ship candidates take to
the practice field Satur Saturday
day Saturday at 2:30 p.m. for the
first day of spring foot football
ball football practice.
Vacationing for the first
two weeks of the five week
practice schedule are the gridders
who will be seniors next fall. This
is so the coaching staff can de devote
vote devote more time to the younger ball
players, head coach Ray Graves
said.
The gridders will work out
Tuesdays, Wednesdays,Fridays
and Saturdays in the afternoon.
A full speed scrimmage will be
held every Saturday afternoon ex except
cept except the opening day.
Graves recently announced new
working areas for some of his
coaching staff.

LARRY DUPREE
. . All-Southeastern Conference sophomore halfback.

Ottis Mooney, who came to
Florida early this year after a
brilliant high school coaching
career at Miami Senior, will serve
as assistant defensive coach, re responsible
sponsible responsible for the defensive peri perimeter.
meter. perimeter.
Mooney compiled an outstanding
record as hea d coach at Miami
Senior, winning four state cham championships
pionships championships in seven years and wind winding
ing winding up with an overall record of
54-6-8 against the toughest com competition
petition competition in the state.

From The Sidelines

Gridders Find
Autumn Is Here

By WALKER LUNDY -1
Sports Editor
Autumn begins tomorrow for ninety-odd Gator
athletes.
Autumn, that is, in the form of hard, grueling
manual labor called football. It annually attracts
over 400,000 people to view the Gators in action.
In order to do this, the UF athletic department.
spends over a million dollars.
Football is big business.
The Gators chances for next year, everybody wants to know.
We dont much much more then you do.
They will be burly in the middle of the line, weak on the ends,
somewhat weak in the defensive backfield and tough in the offensive
backfield.
The Gatprs should have a good team next fall but they will need
the breaks to be great. They should win more than they lose with
little trouble.
The schedule works against them. They go up against tough Georgia
Tech in the first game in Atlanta, and the Jackets Grant Field is
not ordinary gridiron. Somehow, probably because Tech has so many
engineers, the field always tilts their way, no matter what happens.
Last time the Gators went up there (1961), they got shellacked
20-0. We saw that one. It was a nightmare.
Florida also plays No. 1 ranked Alabama in Tuscaloosa tbo. Yay!
Will next season be a hit or miss? Time will tell, we suppose.
It will tell much in the next six weeks.
If you have the time and care to see some men work hard, drop
by the drill field one afternoon while the Gators are practicing.
Then decide if you really could go through that line like you were
telling your date you could during that game last year.
They've got a uniform that will fit you. Just say the word.
Job Well Done
Congratulations to the fraternity All-Stars and the Mangling Mentors
for a job well done. If you missed Wednesday nights basketball
game between those two teams, my friend, you missed a goodun.
Funny was not the word. And there was even some good basket basketball
ball basketball here and there too.
Mont Trainer, who organized the game, estimated over SSOO was
taken in. They wont know for sure until next week when the ticket
sales from al 1 the fraternities are in. The money goes towards
purchasing recreation equipment for Camp Wauburg.
Head football coach Ray Graves congratulated the All-Stars on their
fine sportsmanship during the game. And thats not an understate understatement.
ment. understatement. They took some pretty heavy floorwork by the coaching
five and got up off the floor grinning almost every time.
Oops On Us
Pete Rowe, world champion hurdler on the UF track team, is
a member of the SIGMA PHI EPSILON fraternity, not Sigma Alpha
Epsilon, as we said in this column last Friday. Thats the word
from a hundeed SPEs. Sorry, fellas.
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Jimmy Dunn, former Gator
quarterback great, moves up to
varsity status as defensive back backfield
field backfield coach, assisting coach Mooney
with the perimeter and working
with defensive backs.
Other changes include Dave Ful Fuller
ler Fuller becoming defensive B team
coach, with scouting and added re recruiting
cruiting recruiting responsibility. He will be
replaced as head freshman coach
by John Donaldson, whose staff
will consist of freshman line coach
coach Dewayne Douglas andfresh andfreshma
ma andfreshma n assistant Blair Culpepper.