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UF Unveils 'Talk-Back' Television

By 808 WILSON
Managing Editor
A proposed network of
off campus engineering class classrooms
rooms classrooms linked by closed-circuit
television was unveiled here this
weekend during the second annual
Legislative Appreciation Day.
UF Engineering Dean Thomas
L. Martin told members of the

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Vol. 56, No. 16

Maclntyre Named 63
FBK Banquet Speaker

Malcolm A. Mac Intyre,
president of Eastern Airlines and
a former undersecretary of the Air
Force was announced Saturday as
Paychecks
Undergo
Surgery
Proposed pay raises for UF
top administrative and faculty
personnel underwent emergency
surgery here this weekend by the
State Board of Control, but the
operations success remains to be
seen.
Meeting in executive session,
the board whittled about $14,300
from the $99,000 which State
Budget Director Harry Smith
maintains is to substantial in
the salary raises earlier granted
by the board.
In addition to UF paychecks,
the board also studied possible
reductions in salaries for top
personnel at the other state uni universities.
versities. universities.
According to the boards execu executive
tive executive secretary, J. Broward Cul Culpepper,
pepper, Culpepper, Fridays meeting resulted
in salary cutbacks for 27 persons,
most of them administrators.
Smith earlier had asked revisions
of 156 paychecks.
Os the 15 6, 40 have been
adjusted, leaving 116 to face re review.
view. review.
The Cabinet, sitting as the State
Budget Commission with Smith as
director, earlier had returned the
156 merit raises for possible cut cutbacks
backs cutbacks because they were out of
line with salaries of other
government workers, Culpepper
said. The executive secretary
termed it unfortunate that these
salaries are being related toother
government agencies when we are
trying to get the highest quality
people for our universities.
Discussion Set
On Fellini Films
The Rev. John Touchberry will
present a synopsis of the ideas
and implications of the movies,
La Dolce Vita and 8 1/2,
at the Baptist Student Center
tonight at 7:30.
Following the synopsis, there
will be a discussion period. The
public may attend.

Legislature, State Board of Con Control
trol Control and State Cabinet the plan is
a space-age solution to the pro problem
blem problem of providing graduate educa education
tion education for engineers working in
Floridas space-related in industires.
dustires. industires.
Labeled GENEYS (Graduate
Engineering Education System),
the proposal calls for an SBOO,-
000 central facility in East-Central

University of Florida,Gainesville Monday,

the speaker for the UFs 1963
Florida Blue Key (FBK) Banquet,
Oct. 25.
The banquet is a highlight of
'Ills?
Malcolm A. Maclntyre
... Blue Key Speaker

Frats Share Growl

By KAREN HACK
Os The Gator Staff
Gator Growl skits may feature
independent groups this year as
several dormitories-in a surprise
move -- indicated plans to
compete.
We are not setting a precedent
this year, observed Gator Growl
program director Howard Kelley.
Independents have competed and
won in the past.
Although they (Independents)
have not shown interest in recent
years, skits have been open to
all registered, independent
bodies, Kelley added.
Graham and Hume Halls and
several others approached
Growl officials long after Greeks
had begun work on their plans.
Independents wereoverlooked
at the skit briefing session two
weeks ago because none had
expressed plans to enter, Kelley
said.
I realize it puts the
independents at a disadvantage
since the Greeks have a two twoweek
week twoweek head start, he said.
There will be a special meeting
for all independent skit represen representatives
tatives representatives in room 218 of the Florida
Union at 8 p.m. Tuesday. Any

: Independents In?

Florida with small branch receiv receiving
ing receiving points situated in other Central
Florida cities.
The entire system would be
interconnected by a closed circuit
television system with a talk-back
feature, Dr. Martin said
Saturday.
The talk-back feature would pro provide
vide provide an audio hookup with class classrooms
rooms classrooms within the complex.

, Sept. 30,1963

the UFs annual Homecoming
festivities which are sponsored
by the FBK leadership
organization. Homecoming is Oct.
25-26.
Maclntyre, 55, who has combined
success as an airline executive
lawyer and scholar, holds four
academic degrees.
He received his baccalaureate
degree and Doctor of the Science
of Law from Yale University;
another B.A. and a Bachelor of
Civil Law from oxford University.
He attended Oxford as a Rhodes
Scholar from 1929 to 1932, and
Yale Law School as a Sterling
Fellow in 1933.
He was tapped for Phi Beta
Kappa, national scholastic
honorary society, early in his
academic career.
He is a trustee of the Carnegie
Foundation, a director of AVCO
Corporation, and director of
Schroder Banking Corporation.

group planning to enter must send
a representative, Kelley said.
Sororities, fraternities and
independents will compete against
each other in open competition
this year, Kelley said.
Previously, six sororities and
six fraternities were chosen for
Plaza of the Americas tryouts,
where three of each were then
named for Growl.
This year open competition will
be held beginning with tape judging
for the Oct. 16 Plaza trials.
Barrys Backers
Meet Tonight
Students for Goldwater, will
hold an organizational meeting
tonight in the Law School
auditorium at 7:30
Literature backing Sen. Barry
Goldwater for President in 1964
may be obtained at the information
booth across from the Student
Service Center (Hub) beginning
today.
Persons wishing further
information may contact Merle
Dlmbath, temporary chairman, at
372-6046, after 7 p.m.

Students in any of the receiving
classrooms could interrupt the TV
lecturer to ask a question. Both
the students question, and the pro professors
fessors professors answer would be heard
in all the terminal classrooms.
In other words, Martin said,
this is just as though the profes professor
sor professor were face-to-face with the
student.
Dr. Martin said the unique
system would solve the expensive
problem of providing higher educa education
tion education for Floridas graduate
engineers.
Through GENESYS it is planned
to bring the entire teaching
capability already existing In
Gainesville to bear on the educa educational
tional educational problem in East-Central
J^lorida.
The primary problem in setting
up a program of graduate engineer engineering
ing engineering education centers around the
lack of qualified instructors and
meeting the need of widespread
interests, Martin said.
As many as 25 to 100 different
courses might be required, at any
one of the major industrial areas
of Florida, to offgr a masters
degree in one field of engineering,
Martin said.
Low enrollment per course is
characteristic of graduate classes.
In the more advanced areas of
course work there are very few
qualified instructors anywhere in
the United States, he added.
No matter how much money you
pump into engineering education

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SIGMA CHI HOLDS GROUNDBREAKING
The first shovel of dirt was dug Saturday on Fraternity
Row for the new Sigma Chi house. Pictured are Ellis
Bentley, Bill Olinger, Mrs. J. Wayne Reitz, Delbert
Scudder, "Mom" Apple, Ed Sureth and H. Kemp.
Student Held For
Murder Investigation

Ronald E. Dacnelet, 21, a fourth
year engineering student here, was
being held in city jail last night
on investigation of homicide in the
Saturday night death of his room roommate,
mate, roommate, Roger G. Lerer.
Well probably know Monday
if any charges are to be placed,
Gainesville Police Capt. Robert
Angel said late yesterday.
According to police, Lere*
apparently died shortly after a
friendly fight with his roommate
in their small apartment at 203
NW Ninth Terr.

you cannot hire people who simply
are not available. The problem
is to bring the qualified faculty
member, where ever he be,
together with the students, wher wherever
ever wherever they may be, Martin said.
In Orlando, an official of the
Florida Engineering Society said
the group will support Martin s
plan.
Society Executive Director Bob
Alligood said, We feel that he
(Martin)has come up with an ap approach
proach approach adequately utilizing avail available
able available money to meet the needs of
graduate engineering training in
the East-Central Florida area.
The proposed program will be
presented to the Board of control
for study. "*
Dr. J. Broward Culpepper, exe executive
cutive executive director of the board, called
the plan a novel approach.
We have not evaluated the
merits of the plan, which is the
UF's response to the legislative
enactment authorizing a branch
engineering school, he said.
He referred to it as a sug suggestion
gestion suggestion which would have to meet
several board requirements.
Board member Gert Schmidt
said the idea has tremendous
potential but will need a great
deal of discussion and work.
If the board gives the plan a
green light before Christmas, the
network could be brought into
physical being by July 1, Martin
said.

Both were members of Sigma
Chi social fraternity.
Results of an autopsy conducted
Saturday night> were not available,
according to Angel, but a decision
will be made today as to whether
an Inquest will be held.
Police reported no marks on
either man to indicate that an
actual fight had occurred.
Handling local arrangements is
Williams-Thomas Funeral Home.
To ale Bros, of Sarasota will be
in charge of services and burial
arrangements which are
Incojnplete.



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The Florida Alligator-sponsored Krazy Kampus Kontest is back again, this time with possibly some
not-so-easy pictures.
Last weeks winner was Joe Gonzalez, an interning senior in the UFs College of Education.
Prizes, as weve mentioned before, are donated by Alans Cubana, The Alligator, Florida Theater
and, last but not least, the editors wallet.
Answers should be delivered or mailed to the Florida Alligator, room 9, Florida Union.

Campus Bugs, Beware
UF Pest-Control Center
With New Research Lab

The UF has become the pest pestcontrol
control pestcontrol center of the state with
the August dedication of the
SBOO,OOO entomological research
laboratory by U.S. Rep. p. R.
Matthews, a key figure in securing
the plant.
The Insects Affecting Man and
Animal Research Laboratory is
situated on 12 acres of UF land
and replaces the World War II
laboratory in Orlando. The
laboratory is associated with the
U. S. Department of Agriculture.
Dr. Shaw, government
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and federal officials would continue
to combat the states pests.
Shaw said the chief concern
of the institute will be conducting
research on insects which hamper
Florida agriculture.
He said pesticides will remain
as the main method of destroying
insects.
The side effects of these
pesticides also will be studied, he
said.
Shaw said the laboratory also
will conduct research in the un unexplored
explored unexplored fields of elimination

through sterilization. This
method involves releasing
sterile insects to mate with healthy
insects, thus causing the species
to eliminate itself.
Towsley To Speak
M. F. Towsley of General
Dynamics Corp. will speak on
The Technical Challenge of the
F-111, or TFX, Proposed Fighter
Aircraft when the American
Institute of Aeronautics meets
tonight in Bless Hall of the physics
building at 7:30.

Marines Hunt
r Tigers Here

By KAREN HACK
Os The Gator Staff
There will be a "tiger hunt
on the UF campus Nov. 4-8.
The Marine Corps Officer
procurement program is stalking
"tigers only/ said Marine
Selection Officer, Capt. Ralph K.
Park.
Park who visited the UF last
week, will be here again in
November at the Florida union.
These "tigers have a chance
to fulfill reserve requirements
and build up a longevity pay rate
without serving in the Corps
during the school year.
The Marine Corps believes a
student should concentrate
on academic activity, free from
drills, military classes and "other
harassments, Park said.
"But when we do get him, we
want him 24 hours a day, he
added.
The "24 hours a day are given
during the summer for each of two
main programs offered: Officer
Candidate Course (OCC) and
Platoon Leaders Class (PLC).
OCC is open to seniors and
graduates. After a 10-week training
period following graduation, the
candidate is commissioned as a
second lieutenant.
Candidates are chosen on the
basis of test scores, academic
records, physical examination and
background. The highly selective
program will take a total of 10
men this year from Florida
colleges.
Freshmen, sophomores and
juniors only are eligible for PLC.
The enrollee attends two six-week
training periods during the first
summer after enrollment and the
last summer before his senior
year.
A PLC in good standing is exempt
from Reserved Officers Training
Corps (ROTC). State quota this
year is 35.
Beginning the day a student
enrolls in either plan, time is
counted towards future pay scale
and reserve requirements. When
an officer begins active duty, his
reserve duty is already
completed.
Several variations of these
plans emphasize aviation and law;
Flight training is offered in
both divisions, as well as a cadet

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program requiring only two years
of college.
A PLC law student,
commissioned after college grad graduation,
uation, graduation, goes on inactive duty. He
is not required to attend any
meetings or drills during his time
in law school. After graduation
he serves three years as a Marine
Corps lawyer.
For the coed, the Womens
Officer Candidate Course (WOCC)
requires a nine week training
period following graduation. After
receiving a rank of second
lieutenant, she is entitled to the
pay and privileges of her male
counterparts.
Only one woman from Florida
will be selected.
The UF with 30 of the states
35 PLCs on campus last year,
ranked 10th in the nation for
number of PLCs.
Capt. Park, whose headquarters
are in Room 123, Florida Union
has been interviewing applicants
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. this week.
His next visit is scheduled Nov.
Wakefield
Will Speak
To Engineers
John W. Wakefield, state
director of water resources, will
speak on Floridas Water
Resources at the UF chapter
meeting of the American Sooiaty
of Civil Engineers tonight.
The meeting will be at 7:30 p.m.
in room 328 of the engineering
building.
Wakefield was formerly chief
of sewage and industrial wastes
section of the Bureau of Sanitary
Engineering of the Florida State
Board of Health. He is also a
member of many associations
nationally and locally concerned
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55 Days At Peking

Niven Cool, Heston Crass
In Latest Bronston Epic

By DON FEDERMAN
Movie Reviewer
It is the summer of 1900. The
place is Peking, capital of a
troubled China.
Specifically, we find ourselves
in the middle of the foreign com compound.
pound. compound.
Eleven bands representing the
eleven imperial powers who have
interests in China are playing
popular tunes of their respective
countries in a blend which only
Dimitri Tiomkin could whip up.
With this background, Samuel
Bronston brings to the screen
in Technirama Technicolor his
latest, polished good-and-evil
epic. In this latest super-spec super-spectacular
tacular super-spectacular hodge podge, we have
50,000 (count them) Spaniards
(who thanks to the wonders of
makeup look like real Chinese),
25 tons of explosives, the country countryside
side countryside of Spain, plus three stars.
Charlton Heston plays the role
of a crass, daring, American
major who does all sorts of dar daring
ing daring deeds as only an American
can, and whose heart is touched

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by a Chinese orphan girl. In
perhaps his most important role,
he lets everybody down.
Ava Gardner plays the role of
a Russian baroness who is the
shame of her family, and in the
name of expiation, helps the
soldiers and falls in love with
Heston who gets little more than
a few passionate kisses out of her
(well, hes doing better than I
am). She sacrifices her life to
get drugs and food for the com compound.
pound. compound. Her performance is ade adequate,
quate, adequate, but even if it hadnt been
passable, she still remains more
than adequate.
David Niven turns in the best
performance of the movie as the
cool-under-fire British consul.
In fact, when it comes to blowing
up an arsenal, hes quite a guy.
Just ask Heston.
Amidst this melodrama, we have
the romance of the Boxer Rebel Rebellion.
lion. Rebellion. Never has death been more
glorified. Bronston utilizes every
known method of being injured and
dying such that the audience is
spell-boimd. The Chinese water
torture, the many charges at the


compound, the blowing up the
arsenal, the relief troops to the
rescue finale, the be -headings,
and many other vivid scenes have
the polish and finality of a coro coronary
nary coronary occlusion.
To this we add the standard
denunciation of mass physical
violence (war), the failure -in-life
speech, a touching death-bed
scene, and a lovers' parting se sequence,
quence, sequence, all presented in the manner
that only cliched scripts can do.
As if this wasnt bad enough,
the movie has the Hollywood gall
to make foreign imperialism a
rather justifiable action - its all
those darn Boxers fault!
Despite the fact that this movie
is "a grandiose travesty, it cannot
help but entertain a large number
of movie-goers who take great
pleasure in black and white, death deathdealing
dealing deathdealing epics.
I can even see the day when
Mr. Bgpnston presents his greatest
epic, World War m.
In this one, everyone gets in
the act.
Dames Name Mrs.
UF Contestant
Mrs. Helen porter will repre represent
sent represent the Engineering Dames in
the Mrs. UF contest.
Her husband, Lawrence, is a
student in electrical engineering.
Next meeting of the Engineer Engineering
ing Engineering Dames will be Oct. 9, featur featuring
ing featuring a discussion by a local interior
decorator. Plans will be discussed
for a family picnic, Oct. 19. l he
meeting is the deadline for dues.
Any woman whose husband is in
the UF College of Engineering
may attend. The Engineering
Dames meet the second Wednesday
of every month at 8 p.m. in
Florida Union Auditorium.
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PARKING TICKETS ARE NORMAL SIGHT
Since the Campus Police have started enforcing all park parking
ing parking laws, many students have been finding the familiar
white slips of paper on their windshields.

Three Instructors
Added To JM Staff

Two new instructors and one
former instructor have been added
to the staff of the UF School of
Journalism and Communications.
Dr. Mickie L. Newbill returned
here this trimester after a one oneyear
year oneyear absence. Dr. Newbill taught
in the UF from 1956-58 and from
19G0-62.
During her absence, Dr. Newbill
worked with educational television
in Guatemala and worked on her
Angel Flight
Applications
Available
Second trimester freshmen
coeds or coeds with at least two
remaining trimesters until
graduation are eligible to enlist
in the Angel Flight.
Applicants must have a 2.2
overall average, a 2.0 average for
the previous trimester and should
be available from 2;30 4;30
Thursday afternoons.
Application blanks may be picked
up at the Florida Union desk, and
should be returned by Friday.
Angel Flight, organized last
February, will be filling e*ght
places to bring the Flight back
up to the original 24.
The Air Force Reserve Officers
Training Corps (AFROTC) plans to
enlarge the flight to 40 girls in
early January, after freshmen have
had a chance to make their grades.
Girls are chosen on the basis
of poise, personality and interest.
Faculty Club
Reorganized
About 150 UF faculty members
have reorganized the long defunct
Faculty Club.
The recent acquisition of the
Gainesville Golf and country Club
by the UF Athletic Association,
and a UF offer to make the club clubhouse
house clubhouse available for faculty use
caused the re-formation move.
Officers include Pres. Dr.
Robert Bradbury, professor of
economics; Vice Pres., Dr. John
W. Sites, associate director of
the Florida Agricultural
Experiment Sta .on; Treasurer,
Clifton (Tex) Oliver Jr., associate
professor of business
administration and Secretary, Dr.
David T. Williams, professor of
aeronautical engineering.

doctorate degree at Michigan State
University.
Miss Newbill teaches a
broadcasting course and is
supervisor of radio station WRUF
FM. She is also producing an
educational television series
entitled, Sixth Grade Spanish.
Miss Newbill received her B.A.
and BjS. in Speech from Texas
State college for Women and her
M.S.A. in Drama from the
University of Texas, Austin, Tex.
She recently received her Ph.D.
in Communications from Michigan
State University.
Miss Miriam G. Hill comes to
the UF after working 13 years for
the Birmingham News. Miss Hill
also taught journalism for three
years at the University of
Alabama.
Miss Hill is teaching four
journalism courses.
Miss Hill received her B.A. in
English from Howard College,
Birmingham, Ala., and her M.A.
in journalism from the University
of Alabama.
The only new male instructor,
George E. Bennett, comes to the
UF from the public relations
department of Libby-Owens Ford
Glass Co.
Bennett is teaching three
journalism courses.
Bennett received his B.A. in
Editorial Journalism at Marshall
College, Huntington, W. Va., and
his M.A. in Public Relations at
the University of lowa.

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because,according to Publications
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Cigarette manufacturers have
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editorials
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Reds After Us Kids?
The editorial following was sent to the Alligator by Glenn A. Farris,
Foreign Student Advisor, with an attached note.
At the presidents Retreat, Farris said, President Reitz was asked
why the administration wouldnt okay aCommunist Speaker on campus.
I believe the attached article supplements the presidents reasons.
So they do. Still, we dont believe any of the reasons are sufficient
to justify this overprotection from evil. Just because the Communists
desire to organize college students doesnt make them capable of it,
if the students have a healthy knowledge of the enemy and the world
about them. If the American way of life cant compete with Communism
in debates on college campuses, how will it ever do so at summit
meetings or on the floor of the United Nations?
Well, thats our side of the argument. Heres another;
COMMUNISTS in the United States are about to make an intensive
effort to attract the attention, and allegiance, of young people.
This is the warning of the U.S. senate internal security subcommittee,
which advises that the v communist party plans to flood American
college campuses with speakers this fall in an effort to revive its
national youth organizations.
The subcommittee issues its warning in the form of g monograph.
The author of it is described as having been in the communist
movement for four years, but who broke with it in 1950.
The monograph quotes from a letter which it says has been sent
out by Arnold Johnson, a member of the national committee of the
communist party, to all editors of college newspapers and student
councils. It says Johnson signed the letter as director of the lecture
and information bureau, communist party, U.S.A.
May we request you to invite representatives of the communist
party to speak at forums of the student body of your school in the
1962-63 college year, either in the form of lecturers, participants in
symposia, or in debates.
During the past year, communist spokesmen addressed more than
30 colleges and universities which (appearances) were attended by
approximately 75,000 students and townspeople, the letter claimed.
The monograph quotes J. Edgar Hoover, director of the Federal
Bureau of Investigation, as having reported that from late October
1961 to May 1962, leaders of the communist party, U.S.A., made 48
speeches before groups of college students all across the nation.
The youth movement in the U.S. ceased to exist in the wave of
disillusionment caused by Khrushchevs 1957 speech.
But, it is pointed out, American young people has not subsided. As the older members of
the communist party die off or go to prison, new cadres are needed
to fill the ranks.
And so, it isnsaid, in the coming year, communist activists will
appear on the nations campuses giving lectures.
It is warned that some will appear as open members of the
communist party, but others will appear as representatives of other
committees and groups.
(This article was reprinted from The Florida Catholic, a weekly
newspaper.)

CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT

Have They Infiltrated NSA?

Mr. Daniel Rubin writes of the
National Student Association;
The National Student
Association Congress recently
held in Columbus, Ohio, was
marked improvement over those
held in recent years, despite a
number of weaknesses.
Congress was notable for
an expansion of areas of concern,
a continued dynamic, liberal trend
on domestic issues and the first
cracks in the cold war policies. ..
In the past few years, NS A
has grown, not despite its liberal
policies, but just because of them.
(sic)
J. Edgar Hoover, director of
the F. 8.1. and Americas foremost
authority on communist activities
in this country, writes of Daniel
Rubin;
In 1959 the Communist party
USA, launched a major campaign
with youth as its target. On May
30 and 31, 1959, 20 young
Communists from New York City,
Baltimore, Chicago, Detroit, Los
Angeles and Philadelphia attended
a conference with national leaders
of the party at party headquarters
in New York City. The purpose
of the meeting was to devise a
program to attract young blood
--teenagers, students, and working
youthto the ranks of the party.
After those May, 1959 confer conferences,
ences, conferences, campuses throughout the
nation became targets for
Communist infiltration and
recruitment efforts. The party
began operating what amounted to
a regular lecture bureau, with

party spokesmen seizing every
opportunity to project their views
on campuses across the country.
To establish a closer link
between the party and its youth
groups, two of the most promising
and active young Communists,
Mortimer Daniel Rubin and Danny
Queen, were included on the partys
National Committee. . and Rubin
was given full responsibility for
this phase of party activity.
And the students of America,
JOHN
V, n HANCOCK
who have their eyes open, write
off the National Student Association
as a good idea which has been
subverted by the international
communist movement. There can
be no doubt that the Communist
Party of thej r TJSA has been
extremely active regard to
NSA and that it is more than
satisfied with its achievements.
NSA claims to represent the
students on campuses throughout
the nation. This is not true. Do
you, an American college student,
subscribe to these resolutions
which NSA attributes to you?
1. Condemn the resumption of
nuclear testing (1962, prior to the
test ban treaty);
2. Condemn the involvement of

The Vanishing
"Look like ghosts? Let's face it! We ARE ghosts!"

LETTERS letters LETTERS

EDITOR:
Mr. Mathew Moore, in his
column the Liberal Attitude,
has made the statement; The
contradictions and absurdity of the
arms race is in the realization
that it is becoming impossible for
an agressor to attack without
killing himself with his own
weapons.
Perhaps Mr. Moore will realize
that, although the arms race may
be absurd, he has not found the
reason for the absurdity. Rather
conservative calculations indicate
that, from fallout alone, 50 per

the United States government in
the Cuban refugee invasion of
April, 1961;
3. Oppose the Cunningham
Amendment (which prohibits free
distribution of communist propa propaganda
ganda propaganda through the U.S. mail);
4. Abolish the House Committee
on Un-American Activities;
5. Regret the absence of contact
with the All-China Student Fed Federation
eration Federation and Chinese Communist
Student Union;
6. Oppose the McCarran Amend Amendment,
ment, Amendment, which regulates the
activities of the Communist Party
in the United States.
NSA represents this as your
viewpoint all over the world and
the Communist Party appreciates
it very much.
In hundreds of conversations
with nearly every student leader
at the (NSA) congress, and many
rank and file delegates, great
interest was expressed in hearing
the views of Communists from
Communists. They also expressed
their concern that the civil
liberties of Communists be pro protected.
tected. protected.
The thousands of pieces of
literature distributed caused quite
a stir. End the Cold War by Gus
Hall (head of the CPUSA), was
especially well received.
These are some of the facts
which prove conclusively that the
Communist Party has infiltrated
the National Student Association.
Documentation is available along*
with vast quantities of additional
evidence.

cent of the population of the Soviet
Union or the United States could
be killed by an attack involving
H-bombs whose total yield (the
sum of the yields of the individual
bombs) is 3,000 megatons IF NO
FALLOUT SHELTERS ARE
AVAILABLE. If the present pro proposed
posed proposed UJS. fallout shelter program
toes into effect, something over
15,000 megatons might be required
to do the job. if special shelters
are provided such as the
underground school building in New
Mexico, the number of megatons
to kill 50 per cent by fallout reaches
100,000 megatons if people remain
in them for two weeks.
The only thing that could kill
the Russians if they attack the U.S.
is the world wide fallout generated
in the explosions. However, 300,-
000 megatons of dirty bombs are
required before the world wide
fallout begins to affect 1 per cent
of the worlds population in a
fatal way through strontium 90
and other such elements. This
assumes no precautions are taken
to avoid these deaths.
I regret that i cannot conclude
that an agressor will be deterred
from a killing attack by the danger
to himself, i can conclude, how however,
ever, however, that we invite attack by not
having an adequate shelter
program in effect at this time.
I will be glad to furnish any
interested person with the techni technical
cal technical reports from which these
figures are drawn.
Arthur A. Broyles
Professor of Physics and Physical
Science
*********
EDITOR:
Mr. Emmett Peters editorial
of Sept. 24 is not only misleading
but is a gross distortion of fact.

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None of the writers and politicians
who criticize Senator Goldwater
for being supported by the
radical right has successfully
defined what the radical right
includes. Is everybody a radical
rightist who is to the political
right of Hubert Humphrey, J.F.
Kennedy, Richard Russell, or
George Wallace? Having defined
radical right what about the
radical left? Is it completely
nonexistent?
At their recent convention, the
California Young Democrats
passed resolutions to, among other
things. (1) recognize East Germany
including the status quo relation relationship
ship relationship of East and West Germany
(2) extend diplomatic recognition
to Red China; (3) recognition of
and resumption of normal trade
relations with Castros Cuba.
Wont at least one responsible
Democrat denounce support from
the California Young Democrats?
Senator Goldwater has never
appealed to any individual or group
on the basis of advocating racial
segregation. Can the Democratic
Party make the same statement?
Without the support of Democrat
racists in the 1960 election,
Kennedy could not have been
President. These same racists
are depended upon to maintain
Democratic majorities in
Congress. It appears that the
National Democratic Party should
refuse the support of Richard
Russell, James Eastland, John
Sparkman, and others before it
lays claim to altruism.
If I may have the same right
to judge the age of Mr. Peter as
he had to judge Goldwaters age,
on the basis of his article, I guess
his age to be about six months.
Fred Hedges, 7EG



59 Steps Forward Clarified

It appears my guest column
nas provoked quite a bit of dis dissent.
sent. dissent. Well, before some people
think me an agent from the Daily
Worker or a Castro propagandist,
let me clarify a few of the points
I made in my article, plus answer
a few of the criticisms.
The point I really wanted to
stress was the right to travel
wherever one pleased. These 59
students could not have gotten into
Cuba unless they broke the ban.
I believe that one owes obediance
to the laws of our land, but he
need not owe obediance to its
ideology; and the ban is more of
an ideological decree than anything
else. To force obedience to an
ideology is nothing more than total totalitarianism.
itarianism. totalitarianism. Therefore, I find the
students action quite justifiable.
Another point I would like to
clarify concerns my statements on
Castro and the American press.
I am fully aware of the fact that
that Castro was praised at the be-
A Sidelight
For the curious reader of last
Thursdays edition of Hugh
McArthurs Political Sidelights
several paragraphs were reversed
in that column. McArthur tells us
that a friend of his telephoned
him, asking sarcastically, How
do you think youll like Georgia
politics?

(EDITORS NOTE: BruceKorth,
author of the following letter, was
a movie reviewer for the Alligator
this past Spring.)
EDITOR:
Movie reviews of such things as
Come Blow Your Horn and
Madame can and should concen concentrate
trate concentrate on criticizing music-and
cinematography, since the theme
is negligible. Those two movies
were made only as light enter entertainment.
tainment. entertainment. No one mistook them
for anything more than amusing.
Fellinis 8 1/2 is entirely
different. Explanatory criticism
is absolutely required. It does
require a lengthy critique, which
Mr. Federman gave us, despite
his space limitations. What he
did not do was to say anything
about the movie, so that his apology
is not for lack of space, but lack
of critical ideas. His compromise
(describing Fellinis technique in
relation to plot and theme) is not
only very unacceptable, but unreal unrealized.
ized. unrealized. The feel of the movie was
tremendously significant, but the
most intense experience was the
plot and the way it was expressed.
What made this impossible in the
review was Mr. Federmans mis misconceptions
conceptions misconceptions of the movie.
Despite the fact that the movie
bears a numerical title which cor corresponds
responds corresponds with the number of films
Fellini has made (including two
quarter length films) and the fact
that Fellini and Guido, the main
character in the movie, are both
directors and both 43, the movie
is positively NOT about Fellini
himself. Fellini (to quote the
March 1 issue of Time) was an annoyed
noyed annoyed at suggestions that the film
was autobiographical. Guido is,
as Fellini said, a failure as a
director.
La Dolce Vita was an indict indictment
ment indictment against society, and obviously
the reviewer expected a continua continuation
tion continuation of this idea in 8 1/2.
Attempting to impose such a theme
into 8 1/2 is not just mistaken,
but ludicrous and ridiculous. The
movie is intensely personal, so
personal that everything in the
movie is seen through Guido. The
movie is completely unconcerned
with the incoherence and stupidity
of the real world, and completely

ginning of the revolution. What I
meant to say in my column was
that the press started attacking
him only when he veered to the
left, what I was implying here
that the American press generally
reflects very narrow political
beliefs, and in reporting Castros
turn to the left, left something to
be desired. I need only cite the
example following the shooting
down of an American spy plane
over Russia--the papers swal swallowed
lowed swallowed the White House line about
veering off course hook, line, and
sinker. In other words, what I
was driving at was that the
information utilized by our news
agencies reflected a highly biased
source.
Another critic of my column has
tried to show the Communist na nature
ture nature of this student group. He
utilizes a quote of Levi Laub,
leader of the group, which states
that his group is Marxist-
Leninist. The quote goes on
to read, Whatever name you want
to call us... if it fits, well wear
it. We defend the Communist
Partys right to exist in the U.S.,
and were opposed to the sustained
campaign against it.
Now one is tempted to interpret
this as clear-cut evidence that
Laubs group is communistic. But
I suspect that Laub is protesting
the idea of name-calling, as if
people can be categorized into

: Ex-Reviewer Strikes Back

absorbed in reassembling Guidos
world. The majority of the review
then is only so much tripe, double doubletalk,
talk, doubletalk, and garbage. There is no
becoming sterile, no world chaos,
no utopian dreams and the re reviewers
viewers reviewers conception of the crisis
is inane.
The movie is an intimate, well welldone
done welldone psychological study of Guido,
what he is and how he became
what he is.
His first problem is his inability
to accpet love. People can only
love him, so he thinks, when he
can do something for them or give
them something. One of the people
that he can love is Carla, his
mistress, because he always gives
her things. in his mind, he sees
everyone else he cares for asking
him for things. Agents ask him
for favors, his producer and writer
make demands (especially when he
gets an audience with the Cardinal),
and, most significantly, the first
thing he does in his dream house
of women is dole out gifts to make
all the women love him.
Part of the reason that he cant
accept love is that he never re received
ceived received love from his father, who
is seen briefly in a fantasy se sequence.
quence. sequence. He is seen running away
from Guido. When cornered, the
father says that he cannot help
Guido. The father will not love
Guido unless he successfully ac accomplishes
complishes accomplishes what his father wants.
This is expressed in asking for
a more glorious tomb.
Guido might have a chance to
find love in marriage, except that
his wife is only a substitute for
his first true love - his mother.
His Oedipus complex was clearly
revealed when he kissed his mother
passionately after burying his
father. Because of this taboo on
incest, he can never find satis satisfaction
faction satisfaction in marriage.
Guidos salvation, so he thinks,
will be a young woman, Claudia,
who appears in an early fantasy
offering him life giving water.
How she can save him is never
mentioned, precisely because
Guido doesn't know himself. When
Claudia 'actually enters his life
does he realize that she, nor no
other fantasy can save him. He
then cancels the film, which would
have been a lie because it showed

By DON FEDERMAN

certain groups because of similar
views. And I ask you, what is
wrong with trying to protect the
rights of the American Communist
Party? Apparently no one objects
to the protection afforded George
Lincoln Rockwell and his American
Nazi Party; and personally, I think
Rockwell is more dangerous than
any Communist front organization
in this country. Anyway, what
all this means is that one does
not necessarily belong to a group
just because he defends its right
to exist.
A final point concerns one of
my critics statements that the
"House investigation is part of our
democratic process. Apparently
this critic is very naive or very
conservative in thought. I suggest
he read Donners The Un-Amer Un-Americans,
icans, Un-Americans, or see that farce of a
film, Operation Abolition. I
will say that the critic is right
in implying th?t the students
shouldnt have messed with this
committee. They should have
known that only psychiatrists are
qualified to deal with conditions
resembling paranoia.
I hope that I have been able
to clear up some of my more
nebulous points. Anyway, I hope
you readers will bear with mv
excesses, as I will bear with your
rebuttals. And Cuban students,
please feel free to continue your
aspirations.

that he was saved. He proceeds
to killing (literally) his empty self
and realizing a true salvation. The
black and white imagery, pre previously
viously previously meaningless in Guidos
valueless world, takes on meaning
as Guido the schoolboy walks out
of the last scene in pure white.
8 1/2 is a cinematic master masterpiece.
piece. masterpiece.
Bruce Korth, 3AS

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APODOSIS
Coed Spills Tearful Tale

By RICK SHUSTER
A parking ticket is an every everyday
day everyday occurrence around this
campus. The price students pay
for this crime is a bit stiff,but
still, if somebody gets a ticket
he usually deserves it.
Between Weaver Hall, a male
dorm, and Grahgm Hall, the coed
dorm of Graham Area,there lie
two parking lots. The small one
serves as the dorm residents'
lot, for East, Weaver, and Graham
Halls, as well as some of the
other residents of Tolbert and
Graham Areas. The larger lot
is for Commuters. Any Dorm
Residents car caught in the
Commuter lot at thewrengtime
gets a ticket.
The other day, a tearful Graham
coed spilt her tale of woe to me.
She had parked in the Commuter
lot at night because she was
planning on. leaving at 7:30 next
morning. But alas, she awoke
ill, and did not leave until 11
o'clock. She was greeted at her
car with a ticket.
We need more parking space,
she said. If I cant find a place
in the Dorm lot, or on the street,
I have to park behind Hume Hall
to avoid a ticket. And I dont
want to get attacked on my way
back some night. We were told
to park in the lot adjacent to the
dorm, but there Just isnt room.
Why cant Student Government do
something?
For some reason, most students
seem to think SG can do anything.
The fact is, when it comes to
things such as dorm parking
student bodies such as Area
Councils or Legislative Council
can do nothing but pass a

resolution, talk to someone in the
Tigert Administration, and hope
for the best.
For example, last year Leg
Council appropriated funds for the
installation of lights on the tennis
courts behind Broward Hall. Then
it went to the Administration. As
I recall, a controversy developed
between Plant and Grounds and the
College of Physical Education as
to who would change the lightbulbs.
Then assurances were needed that
Student Government would pay for
the electricity, what finally killed
the thing was somebody deciding
that the light poles would disturb
the aesthetic atmosphere of
Broward Field, so the plan was.
vetoed.
While that account may not be
exact, that is generally the way
student plans must travel around
before they can be put into practice.
In order to integrate the Dorm
Resident and Commuter lots behind
Graham Hall, it would go from
some dean, to the Police, to Plant
and Grounds, through housing,
maybe even over to Physical plant,
probably back to the police, and
then over to Plants and Grounds
again, who might, after fourteen
months, get around to finding the
men and material to do whatever
fob is necessary, which entails
the amount of effort equal to what
an ambitious student could have
done fourteen months before with
a magic marker.
It really isnt Tigerts fault,
it is all those fringe necessities,
such as the Campus Police,
Division of Housing, Physical
Plant Division, etc.
If anything is to be done about
the dorm parking problem, it
probably wont be done in our
time, especially when the trend is
toward the elimination of parking
areas, such as Area 14, by the
Stadium Building.

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one step from the truth- -but the
step is a big one.
Thats the opinion of Dr. Robert
J. Wimm e r t, professor of
industrial engineering here, who
will open a new research labora laboratory
tory laboratory for computer systems here
Friday.
The computer has proven it can
do a lot of the routine business
and industrial jobs.
A sneak preview of the labora laboratory
tory laboratory will be tonight at 7 p.m.,
following a smoker given by
the American Institute of
Industrial Engineers.
The machine cant think,
Dr. Wimmert said. We must
anticipate situations which might
confront the computer and give it
a pattern to follow for each situa situation.
tion. situation. But, even within this limita limitation,
tion, limitation, there are many things it can
do better than people.
These range all the way from
writing out payroll checks in a
large company to controlling the

manufacture of gasoline in a
refinery.
In the new systems laboratory,
UF researchers will look for new
ways that the computer can be
put to work.
The laboratory will use an RW RW-300
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puter. computer. Only one other educational
institution --Case Institute of
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search research purposes.
The $213,000 computer was
donated to the industrial engineer engineering
ing engineering department by the Thompson
Ramo Wooldridge Co., which has
supplied computer control systems
for many industrial operations
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Gators Leave Early, Tie State, 9 9

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f Didnt Come To Tie/ Declares
Mississippi States Paul Davis

By DAVE BERKO WITZ
Assistant Sports Editor
So near yet so far.
Mississippi States Maroons came close to upsetting the University
of Florida Saturday and they knew it. They walked slowly into the
hot humid locker-room picked up a soft drink and sat down to listen
to head coach Paul Davis.
We didnt come here to tie," Davis told his players. "We made
too many mistakes to play as good a game as we are capable of."
"You came off the floor at halftime and played a good second half,
but next week well start at the beginning.
After a post-game prayer Davis walked over to reporters.
"We werent in shape. The heat got to us and we gave out in the
first half," Davis said. "We lost many of our top players early in
the season."
"Florida was about the same as last year when we played them
in Starkeville. They opened us up early in the first half."
"We didnt expect the Gators to use the "I formation,>lt was a
surprise to us," said Davis whose Maroons used the same formation
for the first time Saturday.
"This is the first time we used this form of the "I" and we didn't
get a chance to scrimmage with it. We watched how it worked in
the first half and made adjustments in the second half."
"Floridas passing hurt us in the first half, but I think we did
pretty well on the ground considering the Gators outweighed us
by 20 pounds per amn on the line."
"We went for field goals early in the game, figuring that anything
you get on the board helps," Davis replied. "That last field goal
attempt looked good to us."
"Last year against Florida we were knocking on the door several
times and had to settle for three field goals. This year we came
to score."

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early and Mississippi State, which started late,
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the Gators to a 9-9 deadlock in a Southeastern
Conference (SEC) football game here.
It was a game of mistakes on both sides, so many
in fact that neither side could give the victory
to the other, even though at times they appeared
to be trying.
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The Gators trooped hurridiy to
their dressing quarters after the
game, and collectively resembled
the June bride who had been left
standing at the alter.
State, which coupled a touch touchdown
down touchdown and a field goal in the last
quarter to shock a favored Florida
eleven, bounced back from
oblivion, after being down 9-0 at
halftime.
Head Gator coach Ray Graves
stpod with one foot propped on
a chair in the tiny coaches room
down the hall from where the
Gators were dressing, and
admitted disappointment.
Certainly we are. But Ive
said all along this is a team
that still has to jell, he said.
Were still not getting a united
team effort.
But were not offering any
alibis. We were just not a football
team that could come back with
the big play and Mississippi State
was, he said.
Graves smoked his after-game
cigar in the hot, muggy dressing
room and perspired freely. It
had been a long, long afternoon.
He defended Gator field-general
Tom Shannons three quarterback
sneak calls which started with the
Gators on the Bulldog six-inch
line - and ended there too.
Well always do that (quarter (quarterback
back (quarterback sneak) in a situation like
that, he said. Its the per percentage
centage percentage play, weve been doing
it for three years and well do
it again.
It happened in the second quarter
when Florida drove to the State
three yard-line with a first down
and goal-to-go situation. Full Fullback
back Fullback Larry Dupree drove to the
six-inch line on the first play
and Shannon tried three straight
over the middle sneaks without.
The ball went over to the Maroons,
thus saving what would have been
the game-winning score.
In the dressing room, Shannon
insisted, I was over on two of
those plays. One Mississippi State
player even told me I was over
the second time. He said they
talked the referees out of it.
Next Saturday here, Florida will
host Richmond in the Gators last
home appearance before
Homecoming Oct. 26. Against the
Spiders from Richmond, Florida
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SEC STANDINGS
Conference Games All Games
W L T PCT. PF PA W L T PCT. PF PA
Alabama 2 0 0 1.000 60 7 2 0 0 1.000 60 7
x-Mississippi 1 0 0 1.000 31 71 0 1 .750 31 7
Georgia Tech 1 0 0 1.000 9 0 2 0 0 1.000 36 0
Auburn 1 0 0 1.000 23 19 2 0 0 1.000 44 33
Georgia 11 0 .500. 27 32 11 0 .500 27 32
Mississippi state 0 0 1 .500 9 9 1 0 1 .750 52 9
FLORIDA 011 .250 9 18 0 11 .250 9 18
Lousiana State 0 0 0 .000 0 0 11 0 .500 26 27
Tennessee 0 1 0 .000 19 23 11 0 .500 53 29
Kentucky 0 1 0 .000 7 31 1 1 0 .500 40 45
Vanderbilt 0 1 0 .000 0 20 0 2 0 .000 13 34
Tulane 0 1 0 .000 0 28 0 2 0 .000 0 49
(Ties count 1/2 game won, 1/2 game lost)
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Basketball Starts
In Mere 2 Months
By WALKER LUNDY
Sports Editor
The University of Florida basketball team opens its season Dec. 3
against Florida State in Florida Gymnasium for those of you who are
interested.
Now a few words about Pearl Harbor Day, which was Saturday
afternoon in Florida Field.
Faith, hope and charity, the Bible says, but the greatest of
these is charity.
Heed these words, oh followers of Gator football, and have mercy
unto them.
FOR THREE QUARTERS Saturday the Gators were as hot as pizza
pie. Then Mississippi State turned on the heat and Florida turned into
a melted fudgecicle.
If a team had ever lost 9-9, it was the Gators Saturday. But
were glad Mississippi State didnt win though. They didnt deserve it
either.
As it turned out, Floridas most important secret weapon in the
game was that poor fellow who kept trying to kick field goals for
State. He connected on only one of four tries, thus allowing the Gators
to call themselves States equal on the scoreboard.
But the fellow we felt the sorriest for when it was all over was
Lord Byron, local druggist who installed a3O per cent off sale tWo
weeks ago that is supposed to last until the Gators win one. We hate
to see anybody run out of business.
FLORIDA WAS SPORTING a brand-new, top-secret, hush-hush
(Dont even tell your roommate) offense that was designed to catch
State out to lunch, it did, but only for three-fourths of the afternoon.
Backfield coach Pepper Rodgers called it, an I formation backfield
lineup with a tailback-flank back, split-tight end type offense, which
we guess is a new way to say fizzle in football terminology.
But please dont be mad at us for writing such bad, bad things about
the Gators. We will still pull for them because well always be Gator
fans. They ARE going to win some games this year.
Everybody, us included, is down on them right now but those of
you who are ready to spew forth with condemnation, think twice.
. . the greatest of these is charity.
Gators WERE Impressive v
The scouts from Floridas future opponents watched Saturdays
circus from high up in the press box, dutifully writing down every
move the Gators made so they could return home to Tuscaloosa,
Richmond and Nashville and tell all the Gator secrets to their
respective teams.
We contacted them at the end of the third quarter, an admitted
mistake on our part. At that point in the game, Florida led blissfully
9-0 and all was well. The scouts were in 100 per cent agreement that
the Gators looked impressive.
Alabamas Ken Myer said, Coach Graves (Ray) has made quite
a few changes since the Tech game. That new offense is much more
potent and creates a lot of defensive problems.
He cited Florida center Rodger Pettee and fullback Larry Dupree
as the outstanding individuals on the Gator side of the field and we
agree.
Dupree, for the first time this season, looked like an All-America
fullback when he ran and Pettee was as hard to move as a Dempsey
Dumpster at his linebacker position.
That Pettee must have been in on half of the tackles, Myer said.
VANDERBILT SCOUT Nel Sinquefield echoed Myers plaudits and
admitted during the third quarter that he wished Vandy had Floridas
third team.
The Gators played a lot of people today, he said between
scribbling notes as play progressed in the third period. They have,
real good depth. Coach Graves said they didnt have any depth but
they sure do today."
Richmond, who comes here to play Florida next Saturday, had
Carl Wise in the press box.
Florida is a very good team. They have a lot of depth, he said
and their offense is very versitile. They made a lot of mistakes today
but thats to be expected.
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The Florida Alligator Monday/Sept.3o/1963

Saturdays Gator Fans Arent
In Any Mood For Celebrating

By JOHN CLENDENON
Sports Writer
The crowd which filed out of
Florida Field Saturday afternoon
was not in a mood for post postgame
game postgame antics.
The goal posts remained un untouched.
touched. untouched. The band waited for
several minutes before it started
playing. The sun, which had broken
through an overcast sky late in
the game, failed to dent the gloomy
spirits that prevailed at the
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the only believers were the
Mississippi State Maroons who
had refused to play dead after
a poor start in the first quarter.
The game ended in a tie but
for Gator fans it was almost like
a loss. Florida was expected to
unleash its offense on the Maroons
and the lads from Starkeville were
supposed to comply as if on cue.
BUt coach Paul Davis crew wanted
this one badly.
A fan muttered, Perhaps they
(Mississippi State) wanted to win
more than the Gators did.
The game was not all black
for the Orange and Blue. The
first quarter was dominated by

the Gators. Larry Duprees
gallop to the 25-yard line and Tom
Shannons touchdown pitch to Lynn
Mathews brought the crowd to
life.
After the Gator score, a light
shower lasting barely a minute
caused a sea of umbrellas to be
put into practical use by the spec spectators.
tators. spectators. it was to be the only rain
of the day, despite the weather weathermans
mans weathermans promise of scattered
showers around game time.
The second half belonged
to Mississippi State. The crowd
which had come to see a Florida
victory had little to cheer about
during the final 30 minutes of

play, one of Hallie Seymours
booming punts evoked an approving
roar after traveling 55 yards
through the air.
When the gun sounded to end
the game the game officials were
the first to leave the field. They
sprinted toward the exit gate ahead
of the players and the spectators.
Their job was completed.
The game was over for them,
but for everyone else it lingered
a while longer.

UF Golf Course
Opens Tuesday

The UF Golf Club opening Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday will provide students and
faculty with exclusive golf and
country club facilities.
Located a mile west of the
campus on Newberry Road, the 18-
hole course is easily accessible
for students, faculty and their
guests.
City buses run to the club via
University Avenue every 15
minutes providing convenient
transportation for students who
dont own cars.
Dean D.K. Stanley, director of
the course, stated, Students can
come out with nothing but desire
to play golf and for $2 (green
fee and club rental) can play with
new equipment on their own
course.
Stanley said, Having their own
course and country club facilities
will give students the opportunity
to learn something about country

Girls Begin Volleyball Play

The intramural Orange and Blue
sorority leagues begin competition
today with volleyball.
The following is a list of the
two leagues and their members
scheduled games;
In the Orange league Monday
Game 1 DDD vs AEP, Game
2 ZTA vs ADP; Wednesday
Game 3 KA vs winner of Game
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