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V 01.55, No. 94 The University of Florida, Gainesville Wednesday, February 27, 1963

Council Kills Move
To Remove Schram

By BONNIE DAHLQUIST
Staff Writer
Legislative Council last night
defeated a motion to reconsider
the qualifications of Martin
Schram, who was elected to the
Board of Student Publications Feb.
7.
Former Board of Student
Publications member Mike Gora
charged that Schram had not

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JIM GRAHAM
. . speaks to Legislative Council about re-instatement
of expelled members.

Union Said
s 7OO Short
More than S7OO worth of
equipment was discovered missing
from Florida Union in its annual
inventory completed lastmonth, but
Union Director William E. Rion
isnt worried much yet.
A lot of the equipment has
just been borrowed and not re returned,
turned, returned, Rion. explained. We
usually dont survey anything
(mark it off as missing for good)
until we find it missing for two
straight yearly Inventories.
Missing for the second time
in the inventory last month was
$307 worth of equipment which
now the Union officially does not
expect to get back.
Rion said, My guess is that
around S4OO will be found again
when we inventory next year. But
we'll probably be out another
couple of hundred dollars worth
of equipment.
People borrow things from the
Union and take them somewhere
else. Sometimes the stuff works
its way back here, sometimes
it doesnt, Rion said. Some Sometimes
times Sometimes they forget to ask before
they borrow it.
No new measures are being
taken to lower the amount of
missing equipment, Rion said.

fulfilled the qualification requiring
two semesters experience in
specified student publications.
Schram told the council he
thought he had fulfilled the
necessary qualifications. He said
that he had worked on the Alligator
and other student publications.
The charge was brought before
the Board of Student Publications
yesterday afternoon. At that time
Board Chairman Dr. Ralph B.

(g) NEWS IN BRIEF (&)

Paper Strike
NEW YORK (UPD Publishers
and striking printers met
yesterday in a final effort to come
to terms without having to resort
to President Kennedy's third-party
formula for ending the 81-day-old
New York newspaper blackout.
Mayor Robert F. Wagner said
he would wait to see if the two
sides could settle the dispute by
themselves before he adopts the
role of an independent third party
and recommends a non- binding
settlement.
Kennedy proposed independent
determination" by a third party
as a means of restoring oper operations
ations operations at the nine newspapers
affected by the strike. Several
non-striking unions urged Wagner
to take the role.
The printers opposed any binding
settlement as a form of compulsory
arbitration and wanted Wagner to
continue as a mediator. The
publishers Indicated they were
discouraged over previous city
hall talks and that they wanted a
binding settlement by some third
party.

Thompson said, His quali qualifications
fications qualifications appear to be in order
and he is accepted as a member
of the Board of Student Publi Publications.*'
cations.*' Publications.*'
An amendment to the motion
asking formation of a Legislative
Council committee to investigate
the issue was also defeated.
I feel that the unwillingness
of the Legislative Council to form
a committee to investigate the
validity of my charge, and there therefore
fore therefore eliminating any further
consideration of the matter,shows
a lack of responsibility on the
part of the council, Gora said.
In one statement by a Legis Legislative
lative Legislative Council member which led
to the defeat of the issue, the
Alligator and myself were called
muckrakers. This statement
which the member considered de derogatory
rogatory derogatory is to me a supreme
compliment, Gora said.
I believe it is the job of all
journalists to strive to uncover
pertinent facts and to present them
to responsible organizations, he
added. My only mistake was that
I considered the Legislative
Council a responsible
organization.
In other action the council dealt
with an item of the agenda con concerning
cerning concerning the reinstatement of
Legislative Council members who
were expelled for excessive un unexcused
excused unexcused absences.
Legislative council member Jim
Graham pointed out that since the
unexcused absences were later
found to be excused, the proper
action would be the correction
of the minutes rather than
reinstatement.
The correction of the minutes
showed that members Jim
Crabtree, Linda Wasdin, and Hugh
Wilson had valid excused absences
and would not have been expelled.

Mac Says 'No
LONDON (UPI) Prime Minister
Harold Macmillan turned down a
suggestion in Parliament
yesterday for a summit meeting
with President Kennedy and
Frances Charles de Gaulle for
an attempt to resolve economic
and political affairs.
I do not think this is the best
way of proceeding at the present
time, Macmillan said.
He was answering a question
by opposition Labor member David
Ginsburg who asked if Macmillan
would take the initiative ior such
a conference.
Blocks Aid
BRUSSELS (UPI) -Holland and
Italy, still angry at Frances veto
of Britain's Common Market
membership, yesterday blocked
for at least six months a $730
million program of economic aid
to former French colonies in
Africa.
The action came as no surprise
to France, which accepted it phi philosophically.
losophically. philosophically.

Peace Corps
' Educational

You'll learn more than you
teach, a Peace Corps official
said here Monday, describing the
work of the Peace Corps to nearly
500 students at Norman Hall
Auditorium.
Dr. Guy H. Wells, consultant
for the Peace Corps, is touring
Southern universities to acquaint
college students with the purpose
and goals of the Corps.
Most of you will want to finish
college first," he said, -But I
know of no better way to really
complete an education than this
work in a foreign country.
Privies Pay
Outdoor plumbing pays off
for the school of Building
Construction.
Six trophies displayed in
the office of Herman H.
Block, head of the school,
were awarded to the school
for winning Homecoming
floats.
The decoration of all six
floats centered around a
privy.
Wells, former president of
Georgia State College, stressed
the greatest rewards come from
understanding other cultures and
realizing their relation to U.S.
society.
The most important, work of
the Peace Corps is education,
Wells said, Then come health and
agriculture.
We feel undeveloped countries
can help themselves only after they
have raised their education level.
Os course health and agriculture
go with education. For instance,
we have sent a lot of machinery
to people who need it, but do not
know how to repair it when damage
is done.
Dr. Wells said the response to
the Peace Corps has been sur surprising
prising surprising and gratifying.
President Kennedy set up the
Peace Corps soon after he got
in office.

Purcell Works Out
Finance Law Changes

Student Body Treasurer, John
Purcell is working on changes in
the student government (SC) fin-

'Clear Out Cuba
WASHINGTON (UPI) Guate Guatemala
mala Guatemala called on the United States
and other American republics
yesterday to use bayonets if neces necessary
sary necessary to drive the Russians and
Red Chinese out of Cuba.
In a double barreled move,
Guatemala also urged the United
States to give "new direction" to
the Monroe Doctrine to help end
"European colonialism" in Latin
America. It criticized a U.S.
British treaty on grounds it
negates Guatemala's claim to
British Honduras.
The statements were made by
Guatemalan Foreign Minister
Jesus Unda-Mutillo before the 20-
nation Organization of American
States. His speech was precedent
shattering in that OAS govern governments,
ments, governments, notably Mexico and Brazil,
never have recognized the Monroe
Doctrine as hemispheric policy.
They have regarded it as strictly
a U.S. declaration.
Unda-Murillo said self respect
and honor demands that Ameri American
can American countries abide by the Rio
de Janeiro Defense Treaty.

There were twenty thousand
applications right away, but we
could only take five hundred. Now,
after two years we have over five
thousand and are planning to double
the figure soon.
The first year the President
asked for only ten million dollars,
but later Congress gave us nearly
sixty million.
There was some opposition to
the Corps in the beginning but
- only one Congressman voted
against the money being alloted
to it the last time. Wells explained.
Wells stressed that participation
in the Peace Corps is strictly
voluntary, and does not take the
place of military obligation.
Any one with at least a high
school degree who is eighteen or
over is eligible to apply. The
application form requires ten
references be listed.
'You can apply to work in a
certain country, but usually are
sent to where your specific skills
are needed most," said Wells.
The two-year term includes
three months studying about the
country and language, plus a period
of rigorous physical testing.
About half our people over
there are in education, said
Wells, But we still need a lot
of mechanics and other technical
workers.
Although there have been a few
incidents which offended some of
the countries involved in the Peace
Corps program, all these countries
have still requested more workers,
according to Wells.
*We only go into those countries
that invite us, he said. We have
made a few mistakes, of course,
but were learning to understand
other people and their ideas.
Wells said the formation of the
Peace Corps followed the
philosophy of earlier United
States foreign policy.
In stressing the importance of
foreign attitude towards the United
States, Wells pointed out that a
third of the world is under
Communism, and nearly a third
belongs to the free world.

ance law which will clarify pro procedure
cedure procedure and modify spending.
Changes, expected to be voted
on shortly by the Legislative
Council, include a more complete
inventory of student government
expenditures.
"To my knowledge nobody really
knows wh at Student Government
owns. We should have a record
even if its of some equipment for
the children a t Corry Village,"
said Purcell.
Limiting banquets for small
groups which use student money
and cutting the number of honorary
keys given to students will also
be considered.
I never see the money which
is kept in Tigert Hall, I just sign
the papers," Purcell said.
Applications
Due Friday
Applications for membership in
Florida Blue Key are due Friday
at 5 p.m.
To be elligible for membership
in the leadership organization a
student must have distinguished
himself In one area of extra-cur extra-curricular
ricular extra-curricular activities and participated
significantly in two others.
Application forms are available
at the information desk of the
Florida Union.



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The Florida Alligator Wednesday, February 27, 1963

Cigarette Sales High
After Ten-Year Study

By JOE KOLUN
Staff Writer
Ten years of controversy over
cigarettes and cancer apparently
has done little or nothing to de decrease
crease decrease sale of cigarettes and
tobacco in the Gainesville area.

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Cigarette sales in Gainesville
have remained consistent in the
past year, according to local deal dealers.
ers. dealers. Mike's News Stand, the
University Cigar Stand, and Eli
Witt distributors report no change
in sales volume.

Sales volume has gone up in
the UF Campus Shop and Book
Store. Director Sam P. Getzer
attributed at least a part of this
rise in cigarette sales to a nev
self-service system used in tht
store.
Despite repeated assertions o
a link between cancer and smoking
Americans spent over six millioi
dollars last year on tobacco. Mos
brands reported increased tota:
sales.
The American Cancer Society
has stated that 75 per cent of
lung cancer could be prevented if
people, especially young people
would stop smoking.
The Tobacco industry insists
there is no conclusive proof that
smoking impairs health. The
Scientific Advisory Board of the
tobacco industry claims cancer is
too complex to be traced to
smoking.
It would appear, however, that
many smokers may be switching
to filter-tipped cigarettes. Locally
as across the nation, filter cig cigarettes
arettes cigarettes are the best sellers. The
Campus Bookstore reported 80
cartons of plain-tip cigarettes
were sold in one week, as com compared
pared compared to 255 cartons of filter-tips.
Dr. Lester Breslow of. the
American Public Health Asso Association
ciation Association estimated more than one
million children of school age now
in the United States will die of
cancer before reaching 70 if pres present
ent present trends continue.

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She isa 2UC and hails from
Orlando. Marty is a mem member
ber member of Alpha Delta Pi so sorority
rority sorority and lives in the
house.
She is preparing to enter
the Col lege of Business Ad Administration
ministration Administration but still finds
time to be a member of
Angel Flight.
Marty stands 5'6" and
has dark brown hair.

Submit your nominations
for Gator Girl to the
Alligator Layout Dept.

Business Day
Set March 5
All classes in the College of
Business will be dismissed
Tuesday, March 5, for students
and faculty to participate in
Business Day (B-Day), according
to Dean Donald J. Hart of the
College of Business.
We consider B-Day a supple supplement
ment supplement to class work since students
meet in panels to discuss current
business problems and meet prom prominent
inent prominent people in the business world
that they would not otherwise have
a chance to meet, Hart said.
Miss B-Day will be crowned
at the afternoon banquet. She will
be chosen from the six girls being
sponsored for the contest by each
of the organizations in the school
of business.
Voting for Miss B-Day is by
penny contributions dropped into
jars that have been set up in
Matherly Hall. The money will
be donated for a service project.
Last year it went to Dollars for
Scholars.
Sponsored for Miss B-Day are;
Ann Brown, Delta Sigma Pi; Marti
Clark, Alpha Kappa Psi; Justini
Kibbe, Phi Chi Theta; Keightley
Barrard, Beta Alpha Psi; Mary
Lloyd Coleman, Real estate Club,
and Sherrill Rigot, Insurance
Society. The winner will be
crowned by the reigning Miss
B-Day, Carol Pope joy.
Also during the banquet atrophy
will be presented to the outstand outstanding
ing outstanding organization in the school of
Business.
During B-Day students will hear
talks by prominent business per persons
sons persons and participate in panel
discussions. Students will
participate in panel discussions
related to their major.
Company exhibits are now on
display in Matherly Hall. Such
items as video-phones, miniature
trains and IBM equipment can be
seen.
Business day is a time when
company representatives see what
people are available for jobs and
students get a picture of what
various companies have to offer.
Everyone looks around, said
B-Day Chairman Jerome C.
Berlin.
Building Sets
64 Finish
The Nuclear Science Building
now under construction will cost
$1.7 million and will be completed
in January 1964, said Greene.
Four fraternities, Pi Kappa Phi,
Sigma Chi, Phi Gamma Delta and
Lambda Chi Alpha, are accepting
bids for new fraternity houses to
be constructed on Fraternity Row,
Greene said. The fraternities ex expect
pect expect to occupy the new houses
by the first part of January, 1964.
Delta Phi Epsilon sorority
already has employed a contractor
and expects to move into their
new house by January, 1964 said
Greene.
Bryant Taps
UF Student
Randolph C. Tucker Jr., 4LW,
will become the Legislative Assis Assistant
tant Assistant to Gov. Farris Bryant when
he graduates in April.
Tucker worked for Bryant in
1956 when he first ran for governor
and was defeated. In 1960 Tucker
again served as legislative repre representative
sentative representative (Lobbyist) for Bryant and
came in on the winning side.
The duties of Tuckers job will
consist mainly of legal research
on Gov. Bryants proposed hills
and presentation of them to the
legislature.
In the long run, I want to
practice law and not politics,
said Tucker.
However, he does feel that this
is a wonderful opportunity to learn
the legislature from the viewpoint
of the executives.



Planets Voice Sounds
Akin to Florida Waves

The UF radio astronomers in a voice
that resembles waves breaking
over a Florida beach.
Listeners here arent
speculating on whether the signals
originate from intelligent beings,
but they point out they dont have
the rythmic pattern of natural
phenomenon like ocean waves.
In Radio Jupiter Sends Science
Data, an article by Dr. Alexander
G. Smith of the UF physics de department
partment department published recently in the
Florida Review, the discovery of
radio signals from Jupiter holds
a more immediate significance.
By accurately timing the signals,
which are received only when one
certain side of Jupiter faces Earth,
it has been learned that Jupiter Jupitermakes
makes Jupitermakes a complete rotation on its
axis in only 10 hours.
An antenna called a
polarimeter was constructed
by Royal Pepple, a graduate student
in physics, which further showed
Jupiters magnetic fieldthe thing
which makes compasses point
northto be 10 times stronger than
Earths.

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UF Troupe Finds Kicking Relaxing

By SANDY ROTHENBERG
Staff Writer
Modern dance is a universal
thing like music, painting, or
drama," said Mrs. Madeline
Nfxon, (acuity advisor for
Orchesis, the new modern and
jazz dancing group. "Dancing,
besides working with the rhythm,
design and dynamics of the body,
is also the finest form of physical
exercise," she added.
Although today we think of the
theatre as primarily dealing with
language, this was not so with
the Greeks, who employed dance
and movement as an integral part
of all their productions.
The dance is even related to
poetry which is analyzed in feet,"
Mrs. Nixon, an ex-English major
pointed out.
The name Modern dance" is
in itself an misnomer. It is more
aptly named American dance"
as it was first experimented with
by Martha Graham in order to find
how an American, rather than a
European dancer responds to
music."
This American dance" also
referred to as creative dance in
education, has grown widely all
over the country, and is now taught
in both high schools and univer universities
sities universities leading to a possible
doctorate in that field.
Working alone and interdepen interdependently
dently interdependently with the C-5 department
and Florida Players, Orthesis
members have highlighted Dr.
Graeffes past lectures on the
and will perform similar
exhibitions in the future.

The practical application of this
information may come in handy,
according to Dr. Smith.
The Radio Signals from Jupiter
might easily be used to steer a
rocket toward that planet, Smith
said. He added the signals might
also interfere severely in radio
contact with space vehicles on
other missions.
Until recently, Jupiter has re remained
mained remained a mystery planet because
nobody has seen its surface. The
worlds most powerful telescopes
have not been able to pierce the
dense clouds shrouding Jupiter.
The planet spins so rapidly that
clouds form belts. Each belt
spins at different speeds, utterly
confusing the telescope observer
trying to determine length of ro rotations.
tations. rotations.
Pepples polarimeter also
seemed to confirm the existence
of an ionosphereelectrified layer
of atmosphereover Jupiter which
acts as an agent to reflect the
signals to Earth. The outburst
of radio signals are triggered by
the electrical particles resulting
from explosions on the sun, and

ORCHESIS
. . UF dancing group.

The upcoming Florida Players'
production, The Insect
will also feature several Orchesis
members, performing as
individuals rather than as a group.
Future activities include
Orchesis annual Spring Concert,
which was coordinated with last
year's Fine Arts Festival, and a
program for faculty wives March
18th in the Florida Union.

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may be the reason for the
irregularity of the Jupiter sig signals.
nals. signals.
A theory is that these particles
strike Earth first, go on to
Jupiter, and during the trip trans transform
form transform their energy into radio waves.
The particles bounce back and forth
from pole to pole of the planet
in their path.
This bouncing may promise to
be a future space travel hazard,
according to Dr. Smith, but the
theory is fascinating in the
speculation that such diverse
happenings as explosions on the
sun, northern lights and Jupiter
radio signals may all be linked
together.
The National Science Foundation
first made a grant of $20,000 to
UF researchers to advance the
study of Jupiter. When it was
recently discovered that Jupiter
is traveling in a southward di direction
rection direction a further grant of $40,000
was made to UF to construct
a new radio observatory in the
South American country of Chile.

President now is Dolly Lindly
who with the aid of Mrs. Nixon
and assistant, Miss B. G. Blan Blanton,
ton, Blanton, presides over the 10 to 15
member club.
Besides modern and jazz dancing
itself, girls interested in lighting,
staging and choreography are wel welcome
come welcome to meet with Orchesis group
members Monday nights at 7 in
the Women's Gym.

Wednesday, February 27, 1963 The Florida Alligator

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Friday, March 1, at 8:15 p.m. He is seen here with some of his
electronic equipment.

1. My theory on looking for a job
is Play it big! Shoot for
the top! Go straight to the
prez for your interview.
I dont know any presidents.

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is find a president who likes
dogs. Youll have him eating
out of your hand in no time.
I dont know an Elkhound
from an Elk.

3. A letter to the employment manayer!
Ho ho ho! Youve a lot to learn.
Then how come I landed a
great job at Equitable
an executive training spot
thats interesting, pays
a good salary and has a lot
of promise for the future.

The Assurance Society of the United States 01063
Home Office: I*B3 Avenue of the Americas, New York 10, N. Y.
See your Placement Officer for the date Equitables employment representative
wiH be on campus. Or writs to William E. Blevins, Employment Manager.

2. Use your head, man. Have your
dad set up appointments with
some of the big shots he knows.
Hes a veterinarian.

4. Frankly, I dont know what else to
tell you. You've got a problem.
Its not as bad as it seems.
My idea is to find out the name
of the employment manager
at the company Im interested
in. Writ* him a letter telling him
my qualifications. Spell out my
interests, marks. Simple as that.

6. Say, could you set something up
for me at Equitable?
Im not the president, %
but Ill try.

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The Florida Alligator Wednesday, February 27, 1963

Grad School Enrollment
Takes Jump; 43 Try Ph.D.

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Baby Elephants
Set Programs
The UF Young Republicans Club
is being rejuvenated through a
series of new programs.
Included in the revamped
program will be speeches by state
national politicians, a resolution
for more state aid to higher edu education
cation education presented to the State Young
Republicans Executive Committee
meeting, and an emphasis on ob obtaining
taining obtaining new members for the local
chapter.
Sen. Barry Goldwater (R-Ariz.)
and Sen. John Tower (R-Texas)
may be slated for speeches in the
fall.
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"Divorce Italian Style"

Enrollment in the graduate
school for the current winter tri trimester
mester trimester is 1,540, an increase of
133 over the 1962 second semester
total of 1,407 students. The lar largest
gest largest group is from the College of
Arts and Sciences.
There are 75 programs offered
in the graduate school for the mas masters
ters masters degree, said Dean Grinter,
and approximately 43 leading to
a doctor of philosophy standing.
Two new programs have just been
proved.
The university now offers a two
year course leading to a M.A.
in radiation physics, and a M.A.
and doctoral program leading to
degrees in rural and urban so sociology.
ciology. sociology.
The most popular course
leading to the masters degree are
in education.E nglishphysical
education and more depth in their
field.
Graduate students typically
move around a lot, said Dean
Grinter. They are more likely
to get a broader education and
more depth in their field.
About twenty-five per cent of
the enrollment in the graduate
school received their bachelor of
arts from Florida, he added. Os
those who get masters degrees
nationally, only about 15 per cent
complete work on doctoral
degrees.
Women comprise about 25 per
cent of the enrollment in gra graduate
duate graduate school. The number of wo women
men women seeking graduate degrees has
increased steadily in the past se several
veral several years.
Almost 65 per cent of the stu students
dents students in graduate school are mar married,
ried, married, said Dean Grinter, and
nearly half of those have at least
one child.
There are two chief sources of
financial assistance for graduate
students. Fellowships, or awards
of stipends for work, are given
for superior achievement. The
balance of the students are re receive
ceive receive assistantships, or part time
work, or other university employ employment.
ment. employment.
State funds finance almost one onehalf
half onehalf of graduate work, while about
eight per cent of the students re receive
ceive receive contracts or grants for gra graduate
duate graduate work.
One hundred and ninety-three
students are applying for a
graduate degree at the end of the
present trimester, said Dean
Grinter.
This will culminate about 18
months of work toward a master
of arts degree. Requirements for
the doctoral candidates vary
according to programs established
by the various departments and
colleges.
There were 116 recipients of
degrees in December at the end
of the fall trimester, the first
trimester of the new system. This
compares favorably with the
number of February graduates the
end of the fall trimester in the
former system. In 1962 there were
124 graduates and 112 in February
1961.
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The Florida Alligator Wednesday / February 27, 1963

Page 6

alligator
editorials

The Taper's Aim: All the news with decency our only limit

The editorial Trimester On Trial, reprinted
in the Alligator Monday from a recent St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg Times, brought several facets of the Trimes Trimester
ter Trimester back into focus after weeks of little being
said concerning the new system.
The time is T-day plus six-months. The place
is the UF campus. The subject is the trimester,
an oft-criticized and seldom-praised replacement
for the archaic semester system, of which we
wrote an obituary last fall when it became ap apparent
parent apparent that it could not bear up to the stresses
and strains of the growing needs of Floridas higher
education.
As the editorial mentioned, the period of ad adjustment
justment adjustment has been passed A-OK; in fact, more
smoothly than anticipated.
However, as the Times editorial hinted, this
compression 6f a semesters work into a tri trimester
mester trimester has in fact made college tougher, plac placing
ing placing stiffer demands upon the student. It states
Were getting tougher because we have to. Col College
lege College applications and admissions are sky skyrocketing.
rocketing. skyrocketing. It further mentions an educational
revolution, and an end to the leisurely days
of the past, when students could set their own
pace in which we could allow the college plants
to sit idle during the summer months.
Recently we editorially agreed that college en enrollment
rollment enrollment is skyrocketingby leaps and bounds.
One way to eliminate some of the excess bag baggage
gage baggage is to increase entrance requirements. The
stiffer college entrance requirements become, the
greater amount of college-bound high school gra graduates
duates graduates will be derailed from the University Ex Express.
press. Express. And this is free education in a democratic
nation?
Dont get us wrong. We are looking into the fu future,
ture, future, not at the present scheme of things. The
facts, however, remain that, unless conditions are
radically changed soon many potential collegians
will be excluded from higher learning purely and
simply because theres no room.
A college education however, is virtually a
roust for anyone planning to go anywhere now nowadays.
adays. nowadays.
This broadening of scope of higher education to
include more and more people has resulted in the
need for a certain amount of weeding out and
a ceitain amount of dehumanization.
The solution to this growing problem lies, how however,
ever, however, not in the continued weeding out of the
populace until a true t iucational aristocracy or
elite exidts, but rather, more schools and larger
educational programs.
It will not be certain that the trimester is a
complete success until the results of the first full
year are tabulated. However, it seems plausible
to predict that the employment of it is only a means
to an end that end being the education of more
and more students. It is not an end in itself.
The ultimate need is one of more schools, more
able teachers and more money to entice able in instructors
structors instructors from going into other fields and for fin financing
ancing financing such grandiose programs as those which
must be financed in the future.
Until these programs are expanded, until the
money is available and is appropriated to synthe synthesize
size synthesize 2 such a program-until then, we will be for forced
ced forced to limp along with such crutches as the tri trimester
mester trimester system.
The Florida Alligator
Editor-In-Chief David Lawrence Jr.
Managing Editors Maryann* Awtroy, Ben Garrett
Acting Managing Editor David W*st
Business Manager Jay Fountain
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LETTERS:
Soph Charts New Moral Code

EDITOR:
The principle problem of sexual
behavior is not a question of
whether premarital intercourse
will lead to a family or an excess
of sensual pleasure. The problem
is one of moral legitimacy, or a
negation of morality.
Our moral code, concerning sex,
teaches us that sexual experience
should be cultivated after marriage

Feds Need Greater Latitude
To Exercise More Leadership

EDITOR:
In reference to Lex Taylor Jr.s
letter printed in the February 18
Issue of the ALLIGATOR, con concerning
cerning concerning the officials of state doing
what the public desires:
The basic fallacy of our
democratic system is that the
official trys to please the public
instead of lead it. Unfortunately
a leader is prohibited from a
position of authority by virtue
of the publics thinking themselves
too wise to be in need of a leader.

Maryanne Awtrey
The Great American Farce

The Middle Chapter. . or the
Great American Novel Revisited.
Once upon a time there were
only two kinds of people, the rich
and the poor. The rich always
won because they had the money
and the poor always lost because
they didnt have the money. Now
IHflr MARYANNE
|PHk awtrey .
JOSH Managing
Editors Notes
there is only the Great Middle
Class and everybody takes turns
winning and losing.
Among the Great Middle Class
there is a small grovg> of people
known as those who stand and
wait. Nobody but them knows
exactly what they are waiting for,
hut everybody knows they are
standing because nobody will get
up and give them a chair. This
follows the Great American
Tradition of getting there the
firstest with the mostest.
Those sitting are the people
who have just won; those standing
are the people who have just lost.
In a few minutes somebody will

and not before. This is not
necessary.
Through the use of contracep contraceptives,
tives, contraceptives, abortions, and other devices,
the likelihood of having an unwanted
child is negligible. Therefore, fear
of an illegitimate child is un unwarranted.
warranted. unwarranted.
What kind of a fear should be
held over an unmarried womans
head? No fear whatsoever. It would
be better to accept our society

Therefore, we now have the fine
crop of dupes to please the public
and not a leader in sight. Mr.
Taylor is a prime example of
the public.
Also, the Federal government,
being somewhat farther removed
from direct contact with the public,
should have a greater latitude in
which to exercise something akin
to leadership. However, due to
the extreme arrogance of the
general public, such a phenomenon
is rare.
Wade Swicord

holler, apple cart turn-over/ and
some of those standing will win
and end up sitting. If one wins
the game often enough he earns
the right to a perpetual seat. This
is known as an endowment..or
fooling all of the people all of
the time.
Sometimes two people end up
on the same chair. This is called
love, or the Great American
Dream. The only trouble is that
the person on the bottom is in
danger of losing his, or her cir circulation.
culation. circulation. if such becomes the case
the person on the top gets dumped.,
this is known as losing by circum circumstantial
stantial circumstantial evidence, or getting the
Great American Shaft.
The Great American Dream and
the Great American Shaft usually
followed by the Great American
Nightmare. The Great American
Nightmare can be recognized by
one of several themes, such as,
Music to String Her Along By,
The Fuzzy Way to Say Goodbye,
lt Aint That Big a Thing, and
Everything Happens to Me.
These are the Great American
Melodies, absorbed by the Great
American Mind, and an integral
part of the Great American Way.
It all adds up to the Great
American Farce, and they also
serve who only stand wait.
But, like they say in the Big
City. . lose now, win later.

and its sexual orientation.
A new system of sexual morality
is needed. It can be devised if
people will accept sex as a natural
and pleasant action. The concept
of sex being the ultimate. evil
because it is overpowering in
pleasure is Calvanistic, and no
longer necessary.
Accepting sex as natural and
good, the question arises, Who
shall practice sex, and who shall
not? Men and women shall
practice sex at their pleasure
and convenience.
If children are desired, and the
parents are compatible by their
own standards, then marriage is
advisable. Not marriage for the
sake of legitamacy, but marriage
because:
1) There is love. If there is not
love, there is no reason for
marriage;
2) The child should have two
parents. The mother is to serve
the purpose of love and protection.
The father should be a guiding
factor more than an object of
love.
If children are not desired, but
conceived, an abortion should be
sanctioned. If an abortion is not
desired, arrangements should be
made to give the child to a man
and woman who are, because of
biological difficulties, incapable
of reproduction.
Children should be taught the
biological aspects of sex before
puberty. At this time it is essential
that no stigma be placed on the
sexual act. At puberty, sexual
experience should be sanctioned.
When a man and a woman find
that they enjoy each others
company, as well as the sexual
act, a period of time should be
set aside in which these two people
would live only with each other.
If they are still compatible, they
may have a basis for marriage.
Marriage should be a verbal
agreement. Sexual freedom
in marriage should not be elim eliminated.
inated. eliminated. The basis of marriage is
compatibility, not restricted
sexuality.
Divorce should have an element
of social stigma. If the danger of
unwanted children has been
eliminated, there is no need for
marriage and possible in incompatibility.
compatibility. incompatibility. Since marriage is
not essential, and coqples marry
because they are compatible,there
is no need of hasty marriage and
hasty divorce.
It is important to realize that
this concept, like any other moral
concept, has flaws. But the essence
of a new morality has been outlined.
There remains only the elaboration
and the testing.
Robert Berman, 2UC



LETTERS:
SG: 'The Devil It Isnt Mickey Mouse!

EDITOR:
ANYONE who writes a letter
to the editor of any newspaper
large or small is either a man
trying to get a point across, or
a man trying to have a question
answered, OR a man who is angry;
in my case it is all three.
The LATE vice-president wrote
an extremely intelligent andpro andprofound

Free Thinkers DO Exist

EDITOR:
I just couldnt stop myself from
replying to Mr. Moores letter in
the Thursday Alligator. Besides
showing his own dislike for this
campus and its people, he also
demonstrated some of the kind
of thinking that has caused the
sweeping apathy on this campus.
He assumes that if there are
any creative people on this campus
that they are going to rush right
over and present him with their
works.
First of all, most students who
are really talented wouldnt think
of selling their work to the
magazine that has been handed
down to the student body by the
administration in place of the real
Orange Peel. Just because
Moore hasnt been flooded with
manuscripts doesnt mean theres
no creativity on this campus;
The student body didnt create
the New Orange Peel, nor did
they decide what was going into
it, nor did they decide how it was
going to be run. It may have
looked that way on the outside,
but these things were decided 90%
by the administration and 10% by
a bunch of politicos trying to
brown the administration and fool
the students.

Helps March Os Integration

EDITOR:
I I was extremely pleased to see
Mr. Mcaes letter in the Tuesday
||dition. It showed exactly how a
nail and predjudiced mind can
litaipletely reject logic and factual
Whence. I believe that this type
Hpletter helps the march of
Migration throughout the United
Kites far more than it hurts
[ When he said that he spoke
Bn defense of the South I am
pure that he was only speaking
or himself and a handful of other
stubborn and biased people.
I am also sure that the composer
of that letter must find it hard
to live with such a great inferiority
complex that he seemingly
possesses. I have the feeling that
he is afraid to give someone or
some people a chance in life.
The facts which he stated about
the Negroes* position and
differences seemed to be left
dangling and in dire need of sub substantiating.
stantiating. substantiating.
However, it would do no good
to argue or debate with a person
or persons with Mr. Mcaes
attitude since they would
undoubtedly mimic W. Simmons
Foxs Grapes
Dear W. R.,
We didnt ask of your opinion
of our ways or of our dress
Were made of flesh and blood
like you are. We just want better
than a geechs mediocreness.
There's no doubt if you were
aide to cast away your geechs
plight And join with Greeks both
sharp and able The foxs grapes
would be all right.
M.G.

found andprofound column in last Thursdays
Alligator unaer the byline
Political Potshots, in which he
said that Student Government is
not Mickey Mouse; for what my
lowly opinion is worth,: THE
DEVIL IT ISNT. As long as campus
politicians hold the cards and pull
the strings the full extent of the
possible achievements that Student
Government can provide will never
possibly be attained.

There ARE some free thinkers
and individuals on this campus,
contrary to Mr. Moores state statements.
ments. statements. This is plainly
demonstrated by the fact that we
didnt supply the New Orange
Peel with an abundance of
material. The Old Orange Peel
had no trouble getting copy I
wonder why??? Could it be that
it was the real expression of the
Florida students desires and
interests concerning a campus
magazine?
No, Mr. Moore, the New Orange
Peel doesn't print us, it doesnt
represent us. It will satisfy the
Zuber P.T.A. (maybe) and the
administration, but not us!!
No, our real Orange Peel is
being printed now, off campus,
by students who will give us what
we want!!
We want a funny magazine we
can be proud of, the one that
was number one in the nation,
the one that is truly our magazine!!
Ill be damned surprised if the
New Orange Peel turns out to
be anything better than a Scope
with jokes!! (It will probably go
the route of the Scope too).
In closing, Id like to say that
the only cesspool of creativity
I found on this campus today was

statement: We are opposed to
it, and that should be reason
enough.
Somewhere, however, I have
heard that all men are born equal
(perhaps not in colqr, stature,
and other physical attributes, but
simply as creatures created and
looked after by God) and thus
should be treated equally by others.
Jf there is a difference between
men, it probably could be attributed
to environmental pressures and
circumstances.
Glenn W. Moore

Ex-Housemother Says Thanks

EDITOR:
I wanted you to know how much
The Florida Alligator means to me
right now, so that is why I am
writing this letter to you all on
the paper.
I was a housemother for nine
years at the Phi Gamma Delta
fraternity, loved my work and all
that went on at the University.
Last December 18th., I was
stricken with a bad heart attack,
was rushed to the hospital, where
I spent three long weeks, all during
the Christmas holidays. Then I
had to be moved down here to
Sarasota, where my only daughter
lives, so she could care for me.
All during my sickness I have
received the Alligator, given to all
us housemothers by the LF.C.
this year. All my good friends,
the boys at the fraternity, have
tried to keep me posted on all that

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I feel that Jim Crabtree's
appointment to Secretary of
Finance is one of these WHOLLY
POLITICAL MOVES. I am NOT
criticizing Jims intelligence or
his capabilities, both of which I
personally feel are high. But cap capabilities
abilities capabilities MUST BE TRAINED AND
NURTURED and Jim Crabtree
HAS NOT HAD ANY experience in
handling the Student Government
Budget or any of the many budgets

a letter to the editor in the Alli Alligator
gator Alligator by a little boy blindly
criticizing the student body for
the very things they are not!!!
Ron Drury (3BA)

Hemisphere In Action
Castro Revised Charter

(EDITORS NOTE....Cesar
Gonzmart is a UF political science
major who fought in the over overthrow
throw overthrow of former Cuban Dictator
Batista in 1958-59, then later join joined
ed joined the counterrevolutionary move movement
ment movement against present Cuban Pre Premier
mier Premier Fidel Castro.
An American citizen, Gonzmart
was a member of the Directorio
Revolucionario 13 de Marzo, and
participated in the mountain cam campaigns
paigns campaigns in the Sierra del Escam Escambray
bray Escambray in helping to oust Batista.
More recently he was part participated
icipated participated in the attack on Havana
in the abortive Bay of Pigs In Invasion,
vasion, Invasion, not actually participating in
the invasion itself.
Today, the word revolution
has diverse meanings for different
minds. To some, it represents
militant agitation, destruction, and
anarchy. For others it is a mystical
word: a metaphysical achievment,
a myth. There are others,however,
who would consider it a mere
historical phenomenon.
Yet, for some of us, re volution
signifies an essential alienation
from the dominant order with a
desire for creating a different
one. If the order to be replaced
merits being changed, and if the
one which takes its place is
superior to the former, then the
results will be positive. But, in
order to assure this, the revolution
should have a legitimate origin
and should employ those means
which are morally acceptable to
the masses, but which will be
necessarily fresh in approach and

was going on up at the college.
But to me, the news, the very
good editorials, sports have done
more to help me get feeling better
than anything else.
Having been a housemother, I
realize just how busy you all are
and when you take on extra work
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Wednesday, February 27, 1963 The Florida Alligator

studied and passed by Student
Government. He did not show
enough interest in the Council
(Legislative) to attend any more
than four out of seven meetings
or to call a single meeting of the
Council committee he was chair chairman
man chairman of. If Jim shows as much
interest in the post of Secretary
of Finance as he did on the Council
before he was expelled by said
Council from that Council, the
effectiveness of Student Govern Government
ment Government will be seriously hampered.
I say this because that post is
the most important cabinet post,
in that it handles solely $26,000
and in cooperation with budget and
finance, $500,000, indirectly.
When my committee studied the
salaries of Student Government
officials, we felt that this post

therefore different from the
established norms. From this point
of view, a devolution, simply
because it is a change, cannot be
judged as good or bad", but in
a given historical situation, a
revolution may be legitimate,
necessary and useful.
A revolution must never be
confused with a COUP DETAT
or with the uprising of a mob.
For one thing, the essence of a
genuine revolution is a prescribed
program which has been divulged
to the people and which has met
with the unequivocal acceptance
of the people. With this premise,
we see that if a revolution dis disassociates
associates disassociates itself with the program
it has promised to promote it
looses all legitimacy.
An analysis of the TRUE Cuban
Revolution denotes that its genesis
was formulated at a time in the
19th century, when Cubans first
acquired a national conscience.
This seed of liberty and democracy
was originally infused into the
masses by Father Felix Varela Varelathe
the Varelathe first of the great" and
was nurtured by the servant desires
and indomitable spirit of patriots
whose only desire was the de destruction
struction destruction of the Spanish imperialist
yoke. Since that time, the TRUE
Cuban Revolution has been
orientated towards national
liberty, cultural progress,
economic stability and political
freedom. These goals were the
minimum program of thefounders
of the Republic and ones which
paved the way for the ideals of
future generations.
The struggle against Batista is
history, but it is necessary to
point out that it was a battle against
a malignant dictatorship whose
only desire was the enrichment
of a few at the expense of the
Cuban people. Fidel Castro was
the symbol of freedom for the
Cuban people, but he too betrayed
the desires and ambitions of the
Cuban populous.
When Castro embraced the
Russian Bear, he placed the Cuban
Revolution in the claws of a
socio-economic system which is

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merited the same salary as the
top four student government
officials (president,vice president,
etc.) which is $450.00 per year.
From this, it is evident that the
post should be filled with a person
who has the qualifications and the
desire of doing the best joh*
possible, and I sincerely believe
that Mr. Crabtree does not possess
these necessary traits when it
comes to work in Student Govern Government.
ment. Government.
President Paul Hendrick is
easily capable of providing the
BEST Student Government
possible. If Paul can free himself
of these campus Mark Hannas"
and their influence, he will be able
to achieve this aim.
Jim Hlckland
Member-Legislative Council

incompatible with the traditional
structure of Cuba and the Hemis Hemisphere.
phere. Hemisphere. Furthermore, Castro has
systematically renounced the rev revolutionary
olutionary revolutionary program which was
offered to, and accepted by the
Cuban people when they were
fighting Batista.
He has hypocritically Implanted
a pseudo-revolutionary program
(e.g. agrarian reform; military
authority above civil rights; urban
reform, et al.) which appears to
be the program originally drafted
for the post-bellum days, but one
which, In reality, is but a cheap
revision of that which was truly
formulated for the advancement
of the Cuban people through social
and which In Incorporated
corporated Incorporated an inter American
sense of democracy.
Fidel Castro has cynically
revised the original charter which
was paid for with the blood of
innocents and patriots and which
Indeed is the scope of the TRUE
Cuban Revolution.
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the Florida Alligator Wednesday, February 27, 1963

Page 8

Baxley Dropped
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TOM BAXLEY

Tankers After
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ATLANTA, (Special)Florida unbeaten swim team
takes on Georgia Tech here tonight in a tune-up
for the Southeastern Conference meet that convenes

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Tom Baxley, Floridas flashy, point-producing
sophomore guard, was dropped from the Gator
basketball team Monday night but Coach Norm
Sloan said it was not for disciplinary reasons.
Sloan was contacted in Atlanta yesterday by
telephone and would say only that For personal
reasons we felt it would be best for all
concerned if Tommy takes the last week off.
Baxley was dismissed from the team following
the Gators 89-69 loss to Georgia Tech Monday
night in Atlanta but will remain on athletic
scholarship.
Only one more game remains for the Florida
team, a Saturday night date with Georgia in
Athens. This is the only game Baxley will
actually miss.
He will be eligible to play next season,.Sloan
said.
The team flew in here immediately after the

here tomorrow.
The Gators are a heavy favorite
to cop their eigth straight confer conference
ence conference title in the three-day meet
based on their times turned in
so far this year. They have the
best record in 14 of the 17 events.
With some luck, says Gator
Coach Bill Harlan optimistically,
we could sweep first place in
every event.
The Gators will be paced by
All-America Jerry Livingston,
who set an unofficial national re record
cord record in the 100-yard butterfly event
las t weekend at the Georgia In Invitational
vitational Invitational Meet.
Swimming on the Gator medley
relay team, Livingston posted a
51.7 sec. time for his leg of the
race. The American record for
the 100-yard butterfly is 51.9 set
by Frank Legacki of Michigan in
1961.
Since Livingstons effort came
on a relay event, his time will
not go into the record books.
The Gators, 6-0 in dual meet
competition this year and unde undefeated
feated undefeated in the SEC since 1954, also
lean heavily on breaststroker Ed Eddie
die Eddie Reese, freestyler Terry Green,
backstroker Dick Farwell, sprin sprinter
ter sprinter Harry Wilder, and diver Lan Lansing
sing Lansing Price.

game but Baxley could not be
reached for comment last night.
The 5-10 Miami Bom Bomber
ber Bomber tallied only six
points against Tech Monday but
was still leading the Gators in
scoring with a healthy 16.2 average
per game. He holds the high scoring
honors for a single game this
season too, a 35-point effort in
the opener against Miami.
When he came to Florida last
year after a year of basketball
at the University of Maryland,
Baxley was rated as one of the
best prospects to ever don aGator
uniform.
He could not play last season
because of a Southeastern Con Conference
ference Conference rule against transfers but
this season, his first on the varsity,
he lived up to every press clipping.
Using a deadly 25-foot jump
shot and lightening quick driving
las Baxley shot his way to a
new Florida all-time sophomore
scoring record of 407 points.
Track Team
Sets Time
Trial Marks
Two time trials records were
broken by the Gator track team
Saturday afternoon.
Jim Brown broke the half mile
record with a time of 1:56.0. Bill
Adams had set the old record in
1955 with a 1:56:3 time.
Peter Skafte snapped his own
two week old freshmen javelin
throw record of 200 ft. one-fourth
inch with a 205 ft. one-half inch
throw.
Summary: Mile Halliday 4:43.5;
60-yard dash Leach 6.4; 880-yard
run Brown 1:56.0 (Record, old re record
cord record 1:56.3, Bill Adams, 1955);
70-yard high hurdles Wallace 9.4;
2-mile Goodyear 10:15.1; 70-yard
low hurdles Ash 8.2; 440-yard dash
Brown 50.6; shotputascelli4s-4;
discus throw Bascelll 137-3; pole
vault Zarzour 11 ft; high jump
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... is what Ronnie Hauch (top), lUC, seems to be
asking wrestling instructor Joe Edmisten during a recent
practice session.
I From The Sidelines == r
Wrestling Team
Being Formed
l. Bv WALKER LUNDY
Sports Editor
UF will have an active wrestling club if Joe
Edmisten has anything to say about it.
And he does.
Edmisten, 7 AG, is presently going about
developing a wrestling team to represent the
University in the Jacksonville YMCA Open. Wrestling Tournament,
slated for March 9 in the Gateway City 70 miles from here.
I want to make one last effort to revive wrestling here at Florida
before I graduate, Edmisten said.
And from the size of his forearms, if anybody can do it, he's
just the man.
On Monday, Wednesday, and Friday afternoons between 4 and 6
oclock on the Florida Gym floor, Edmisten and his pupils hold
forth, going over the finer points of wrestling and preparing for
the Jacksonville tourney.
But we need more boys out, Edmisten said. We welcome
anyone with or without experience.
Then he said he could teach anyone to wrestle, and coming fom
him it sounded more like a statement of fact than a boast.
Ive taught it for 15 years and a few years back the team I was
coaching sent two blind boys to the national tournament. One finished
second.
Edmisten has also taught a one-legged boy to manhandle opponents.
No body type has an advantage in wrestling either, he said.
The skinny guys have certain leverage advantages too. Its the
one sport that anyone can learn.
Collegiate rules, under which the YMCA tourney will be conducted,
are somewhat different then the Great MalenkoGorgeous George
variety, we learned.
Combatants go at it for three 2-minute periods and points are
awarded for different holds, falls and escapes. An escape is counted
when you can slip out of an opponents hold.
Weight classes start at 115-pounds and go all the way up to 191-
pounds, with a classification every seven or ten pounds in between.
Then theres the unlimited class. This, we gathered without being
told, is not the one for beginners.
Edmisten said he will probably go in the 191-pound class even
though he weighs in at only 175-pounds.
Ive done that in the last three meets Ive wrestled in to help
counterbalance my experience, he said.
To boil it down, if you know a lot about wrestling, know a little,
or dont know a mat from a half-nelson, and have a sincere desire
to learn, this is the man to see. Drop by the gym this afternoon
if you are interested.
He knows his stuff and hes willing to teach anybody who wants
to learn. This is something rather unusual for the good old UF.
Gator Baits
Gator football team will hold its first weekly spring scrimmage
Saturday afternoon. . High school basketball tourney starts aweek
from tomorrow with 16 games slated for the first day... UFs
Gymnastics Club toppled the national champions, Florida State, last
weekend. This is UFs first year of competition. We should take
up MORE sports. .Track team will have an Orange and Blue intra intrasquad
squad intrasquad meet Saturday afternoon. .Florida State is building a 9-hole
golf course in 'Tally that, we suppose, will be called comparable
to our 18-holer that opens in September.