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8:15 in the Florida Gynasium.
The Florida
Alligator
Vol .56, N 0.50 University of Florida,Gainesville Friday, Nov. 15,1963

FINALS QUESTION
60-Minute Reduction Memo
Spurned By Professors

UF Pres. J. Wayne Reitzs 1962
memo suggesting a 60-minute re reduction
duction reduction in three-hour final ex examination
amination examination has apparently had little
effect on the testing policy of pro professors.
fessors. professors.
There has been some shift to
two-hour finals but most are still
three hours, Robert B. Mautz,
vice president of academic af affairs,
fairs, affairs, said Monday.
Reitzs memo did not order two two
- two finals, but did encourage
them.
But a presidential memo should
have some effect, Mautz said.
The memo made it the individual
instructors choice.
This is a matter for each pro professor
fessor professor to decide. There is no
compulsion in it, Mautz said.
He said courses which stress
writing an essay for the final
examination are sticking to the
three-hour ordeal.
In the C-courses, where a major
policy change would effect the most
students, department heads are
unanimous in denouncing the two twohour
hour twohour final.
All said they had no intention
of requesting the University Board
of Examiners to reduce finals to
two hours.
Mautz said the adminstration
leans toward a two-hour final ex examination.
amination. examination.
We encourage a two-hour exam
Morefield Wins
Story Contest
John D. Morefield, 7AS, has been
awarded third prize in the annual
College Short Story Contest for
his entry, The Beatr in the
Street.
The contest is sponsored annual annually
ly annually by Story magazine and The
Readers Digest Foundation. The
winners will share $2,000 inprize
money.

but anyone who wants to can give
a three-hour test, he stated.
Mautz said no policy change will
take place this year in administer administering
ing administering finals during the last week of
classes, but that a new plan is in
store for the 1964-65 academic
year.
Next year classes will come to
an end on Wednesday of the last
week and exams will begin on
Thursday night, he said.
Students are noW required to at attend
tend attend all classes through Friday of
the last week.
Mautz also said it is impossible
for a student with a multitude of
exams on one day to re-schedule
them for another time.
I think there is less reason to
excuse them now, he said. We
print the exam schedule along with
the class schedule, so the student
should now have a better know knowledge
ledge knowledge of when his tests are.
Mautz added that a professor

SG, ADMINISTRATION TEAM UP
Bond Efforts Lauded

UF adminstration and Student
Government (SG) combined efforts
helped put the recent College
Building Amendment over the top,
according to letters received by
SG.
Student efforts for the $75
million issue were concentrated in
the SG Council for Higher Edu Education,
cation, Education, headed, by Owen
Schwaderer. UF Alumni Associa Association
tion Association and the office of University
Relations and Development hand handled
led handled adminstration of the project.
Dean of University Relations
and Development Harold B. Cros Crosby
by Crosby said that everything possible
within the law as done to inform
the state of the importance of the

who gives his test during the last
class period instead of on the pre prescribed
scribed prescribed day of final examination
is being unfair to his students.
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bond issue.
The Alumni Association sent
speakers throughout the state and
sponsored a state-wide television
program advertising the bond
issue.
SG Pres. Paul Hendrick sent
letters out to parents of all UF
students. In addition to sending
out letters, SG was active in ad advertising
vertising advertising the issue on campus,
Hendrick said.
UF also worked with the Ala Alachua
chua Alachua County supervisor of regis registration,
tration, registration, Hendrick said. SG of officials
ficials officials gathered the names of all
eligible UF voters and attempted
to inform them all of the bond
issue.

Folksingers
Here Tonight

Tom and Dick Smothers, who
will appear on campus at tonight's
Lyceum Council presentation, got
a big break in their career via
luck.
They got their first professional
job playing and singing at a college
hangout in San Jose, Calif., known
as the Kerosene Club. Since
Trimester
To Become
Universal?
TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Year Yearround
round Yearround operation of universities
may become almost universal with
the trimester system as the model
plan, two Florida State Univer University
sity University (FSU) professors predicted.
Dr. Hugh Stickler and Dr. Milton
Carothers said year round
operation of colleges and schools
would continue to grow as the
number of students increased
during the coming decades.
The two professors studied year
around operations in 50 institutions
and made a report for the Southern
Regional Education Board. The
trimester system is used by the
FSU.
Although no one system of year yearround
round yearround operation is likely to be
established, the report said,
the trimester calendar seems
likely to emerge as the model
plan. In theory it has been shown
to be the most efficient plan and
it provides the easiest transition
from semester operation to full fullschedule
schedule fullschedule operation.
The report said the biggest ob obstacle
stacle obstacle currently slowing year yearround
round yearround use of schools is student
and teacher resistance to attending
college in the summer months.
New Chemistry
Machinery
The UF chemistry department
has purchased a $26,000 Emission
Spectrograph machine to be used
for training purposes and for re research,
search, research, according to chemistry
professor Dr. J. D. Winefordner.
The machine can take any com compound
pound compound and tell exactly what ele elements
ments elements are in the compound and how
much of each element, Dr. Wine Winefordner
fordner Winefordner said.
Twenty per cent or more of all
analysis done in industry is done
with an E miss ion Spectograph
machine, he said.
The machine will be of great
value to the UF chemistry depart department
ment department in training students and in
research. We hope to have it in use
in the near future, he explained.

The admlnstration is, on the
whole, delighted, Dean Crosby
said, that the amendment passed.
He is pleased rot only that new
buildings will be provided, but also
because the vote shows people of
the state are supporting and are
willing to support higher edu education,
cation, education, he said.
The effect of theSG-adminstra theSG-adminstratlon
tlon theSG-adminstratlon campaign for the election on
the campus population was out outstanding,
standing, outstanding, Hendrick said. Precinct
31, containing UF campus resi residents,
dents, residents, had the widest approving
vote in the county, Hendrick said.
We were pleased with the vote,
but it could have been bigger,"
he said, referring to the 256-2
vqte cast in precinct 31.

the nightly salary of $4 didnt
satisfy them, they decided to try
for bigger things.
The brothers chance came when
an act scheduled to open at the
Purple Onion in San Francisco
couldn't appear and the brothers
were signed to a two-week con contract.
tract. contract. This contract stretched out
to a 36-week engagement, star
billing and a long-term Mercury
record contract.
Since that time audiences across
the country have seen them at
such places as Mr. Kellys in
Chicago, the Blue Angel in New
York and The Troubador in Los
Angeles.
Tom Smothers, the talkative be bewildered
wildered bewildered brother and guitarist, is
25 years old, one year older than
Dick who plays the bass.
The brothers were born in New
York, but spent their early child childhood
hood childhood in Manila where their father,
Maj. Thomas B. Smothers, was
stationed. When the Japanese
overran the Phillipines, Mrs.
Smothers and the boys fled back
to theU. S.
They attended high school in
Redondo Beach, Calif, and after
graduation attended San Jose State
College.
Dick Smothers has been married
for three years and is the father
of a two-year-old daughter. Tom
has just recently given up his
bachelor status to join the married
ranks.
The brothers write some of their
comedy routines such as Choco Chocolate
late Chocolate and Map of the World.
Most of their humor comes from
spontaneous antics.
Tickets for tonights perform performance
ance performance will be on sale at the Informa Information
tion Information Booth across from the Student
Service Center (Hub) through to today.
day. today.
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production Dec. 6-9, are
seniors Randall Robbins &
Eleanor Broome.
Manos Freed
James John Manos, arrested
Monday by Gainesville police on
charges of taking money from a
UF student on the pretense of
getting him into a fraternity has
been released after questioning.
Manos, 20-year-old irom New
York, had reportedly been attend attending
ing attending classes at the UF while not a
student.



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Part of the group that has already signed up tor the New York Group Flight are
Fayellen Cooper, 2UC; Joy Cherry, 2UC; Karen Karl, 3JM and special projects
chairman, and Louise Stucky, 2UC. Today is the deadline for making a $25 depo deposite
site deposite with the remaining $63 to be paid before the trip
Experienced UC Counselors
Ready For Pre-Registration

Pre-registration counsel counseling,
ing, counseling, now in progress in the Univer University
sity University College (UC), is a cut above
most programs offered by other
universities, UC Dean Byron S.
Hollingshead said this week.
Dean Hollingshead and logic
professor William E. Moore,
counseling program director, said
the UF counseling program is as
good as, or better than similar
programs at other large univer universities.
sities. universities.
We have a program of in individual
dividual individual counseling whereas many
universities have mass counseling
programs, Moore said.
The major purpose of counseling
is to help a student decide on a

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major.
Counseling offers the student
an opportunity to discuss various
majors and to evaluate his abilities
and interests with the help of an
adviser Moore added. If the stu student
dent student is having academic problems
the counselor may be able to help
him find the cause of his problem
and eliminate it.
Moore said a student who has
no definite idea about what he wants
to major in does just as well
in the UC as a student who has
chosen a major.
Hollingshead saidUC counseling
had been complicated by the tri trimester
mester trimester system.
Last year 45 hundred students

went through pre-registration
counseling. It is not required but
Hollingshead emphasized its value
to students who are not doing well
academically or who have not yet
decided on a major.

UF Library Offers Comforts

Smoking and sleeping is allowed
in only one room of the UF Main
Library, according to Assistant
Director for Readers' Services
Mrs. Margaret Goggin.
The one room is the Browsing
Room tucked away on the second
floor of the Library, just off the
Humanities Room.

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Monkeys Wink
Aids Scientists

A monkey's wink may mean the
difference in future years between
having or not having high blood
pressure.
The UF Psychology Department
is experimenting with monkeys to
determine the correlation between
reflex responses and psychoso psychosomatic
matic psychosomatic disorders.
These experiments may shed
light on basic processes under underlying
lying underlying formation of psychosomatic
disorders like ulcers and high
blood pressure, said Dr. H. S.
Pennypacker who is conducting the
experiments.
The experimentation process
works like this: small plastic posts
are surgically placed under the
scales of tiny squirrel monkeys.
The} ?re then connected by wire
to a achine which records elec electric
tric electric impulses. These reflex im impulseshere,
pulseshere, impulseshere, eyelid blinking blinkingcan
can blinkingcan be seen on a moving graph.
The monkey hears a sound ahd
one second later a puff of air
hits the corner of his eye. He
blinks.
The puff of air makes the eye
close involuntarily, but after 25
times he will blink at the sound
without being prompted by air.
This is called classical reflex
conditioning.

New books, novels and bi biographies
ographies biographies are found in this room,
and popular magazines as well as
various interest periodicals can
also be located here, Mrs. Goggin
said. Sofas and easy chairs are
provided for the students.
Students dont realize the ser services
vices services offered by the Library since

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MONKEYS HELP
. .in research.
Findings show that when two
frequencies of sound were used--
1,000 cycles followed by a puff
of air and 3,000 cycles followed
by no puff of air--the monkeys
would blink in 80 per cent of the
former cases and only 30 per
cent in the latter. This provides
evidence that association of the
tone with the puff is necessary
to produce a conditioned responce.
For six'months the monkeys have
been winking in the J. Hillis Miller
Health Center laboratory. Some Someday
day Someday they may wink their way into
medical history.

it was excluded from the orienta orientation
tion orientation program, she commented.
Few students, for example, know
that the Library has a copying
machinea Xerox-914which
will duplicate any material stu students
dents students would like to keep for study
purposes.
A microfilm copy of all Florida
newspapers can also be found in
the Library, Mrs. Goggin said.
A microfilm viewer is available
in the book stacks for viewing the
films.
For students completely un unfamiliar
familiar unfamiliar with the library, she
said, there is the Bibliography
Room and the light board. The
Bibliography Room indexes the en entire
tire entire library and serves as a guide
to other parts. The light board
serves as a map for the
she said, telling where to find
certain book titles and where cer certain
tain certain reference books are located.
Navy OCS
Visits Here
An Officer Programs Team
from the U. S. Navy Recruiting
Station in Jacksonville will visit
here Monday through next Friday.
The team will accept applica applications
tions applications from senior male students
and junior and senior women stu students
dents students to attend the Officer Candi Candidate
date Candidate School (OCS) at Newport, R.I.
The OCS team will be at the
Florida Union for testing, inter interviewing
viewing interviewing and processing. Applica Applications
tions Applications are voluntary, and there is
no obligation on the part of the
applicant.
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'VIRGIN SPRING

Bergman Film
Is r Sensitive

On Friday and Saturday, Tolbert
Area will present Bergmans aca academy
demy academy award winning miracle play,
The Virgin Spring.
It lacks the profound dialogue
of a Seventh Seal and the im impressive
pressive impressive photographic imagery of
a Wild Strawberries. Nonethe Nonetheless,
less, Nonetheless, the viewer is takeq by the
rawness of the drama. In fact,
since this film pretends little else
that what it is, its whole appeal
rests on the power of its pre presentation.
sentation. presentation.
The movie is taken from an old
Swedish folk legend in which a
young virgin on the way to church
with candles for the Good Friday
STS Tutors
Aid Students
In C-Courses
Ser said that the society re required
quired required membership in an honorary
academic society, a 3.0 overall
average, and a 3.5 average for one
trimester for membership. He
continued that tutors were avail available
able available from all C-courses to math
in the 600 series.
Ser said the society, available
only to individuals in the past,
is experimenting in group tutoring
this fall.
The UFs Student Tutoring So Society,
ciety, Society, Sigma Tau Sigma, with an
army of 61 tutors, is dedicated
to the prevention of failing grades.
Cary Ser, business manager of
the society, points out that the
all-free service is available to
any qualified student in need of
academic aid. By qualified Ser
said he meant a student that might
otherwise not be able to afford
the cost of a private tutor.
Boyd Bryson, scholarship
chairman of a local fraternity,
said that private tutor costs aver averaged
aged averaged around $lO per hour at the
UF, but is often higher. Bryson
said a C-l department ruling
places a S2O per hour minimum
dgjifacuity tutors.

&F Profs To Festival

i L i y ~' 'Mr- M
'SMwpSNtjtJ. Jr director
of department, and Samuel
Proctor, professor of social
science at the UF, will do their
part in St.
niversary festival in 1965.
Doherty, editor of the Florida
Historical Quarterly, along with
Proctor, associate editor, will put
out a special edition of the maga magazine
zine magazine at this time. It will include
facts as well as essays by noted
historians throughout Florida and
the country commemorating the

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mass is raped and beaten to death
by three herdsman. They strip her
of her clothes, and by chance, try
to sell them to the girls mother.
The girls father avenges the girl
by brutally killing the three men,
but he is torn by guilt and an
inability to understand why God
has permitted this. But God gives
him a sign of his grace by causing
a spring to burst forth from the
spot where the virgin was slain.
Throughout the movie, there is
a skillful blending of Christian and
pagan symbols, such that one is
played against the other with
Christianity redeeming the pagan
perversions of Ingeri.
Despite the frankness and
horror of the rape and revenge
scenes, the movie has a most deli delicate
cate delicate quality to it. Bergman pays
particular attention to silences.
Bergman also preserves the
freshness of the medieval legend.
Miracle plays were earthy as well
as religious, and Bergman does
not forget this. The virgin is quite
a witch, and the farmers are far
from saints.
The fault of the movie lies in
its tempo. The action never slack slackens,
ens, slackens, but there isnt quite enough
to justify the movies length, which
really isnt that long.
The Virgin Spring cannot be
called one of Bergmans great
films, but it has its moments of
power and is sensitively done.
C-5 Concert
Slated Monday
The Annual Humanities Concert
will be given Monday at 8:15 p.m.
in the University Auditorium by
the University Symphony Orches Orchestra,
tra, Orchestra, conducted by Edward Troupin
with Samuel Teeters as solo
pianist.
The program is required of all
C -51 students and is recommended
for C-52 students.

occasion.
It wont be a very large con contribution
tribution contribution but we hope it adds to
the feelings and flavor of the time,
commented Proctor.
By 1965 Proctor felt that the
St. Augustine Historical Restora Restoration
tion Restoration and Preservation Commission
will have progressed in its plan
to put the ancient city back in the
18th Century.
The commission is headed by
Earle D. Newton, and was founded
by the Florida Legislature in 1959.

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Aerospace Team
To SpeakTo ROTC

The USAF Aerospace Presenta Presentations
tions Presentations Team from the Air Univer University
sity University will present a program of
selected projects and problems
in aerospace operations Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, Nov. 20, at 7:30 p.m. in the
University Auditorium*
The 90 minute Air Force ROTC
SPONSORED Survey of Astro
nautics will also be given to Air
Force cadets during drill periods
this week and a shortened version
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NOTICE
Applications for thfe following positions for the Second Trimester are
now being accepted:
Editor of the Florida Alligator
Student Publications Business Manager
Application forms may be obtained in Room 12, Florida Union, and
must be returned to that office no later than 12 noon Monday, Nov.
18, 1963.
- BOARD OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS

Friday, Nov. 15,1963 The Florida Alligator

presented to Gainesville, Lincoln
and P. K. Younge High Schools.
A tape of the program will be
televised on Channel 5, Tuesday,
Nov. 26.
Members of the team making the
presentation are: Maj. George T.
James Jr., Maj. James S. Wall,
and Maj. Francis J. Sweeney Jr.
UF Professor of Air Science
Col. William N. Boaz has sent
special invitations for the Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday night presentation to all
members of the UF staff and
faculty, all military organizations
represented In Gainesville and
several special groups and indi individuals,
viduals, individuals,

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The Florida Alligator Friday, Nov. 15,196.

Page 4

A recent report released by the
national Sigma Delta Chi Advance Advancement
ment Advancement of Freedom of Information
Committee has indicated that free freedom
dom freedom of information in the federal
government is at the lowest ebb
in history.
The report said federal depart departments,
ments, departments, particularly the Defense
Department, are hiding behind
claims of confidential informa information,
tion, information, and that this has resulted
in spreading the blanket of
secrecy over the records of
government, and particularly over
those records pertaining to spend spending
ing spending of taxpayer funds.
Thus the professional journa journalistic
listic journalistic society's committee sum summed
med summed up its findings during the
tenth year of its freedom of
information campaign, which has
seen open-records or open-meet open-meetings
ings open-meetings laws or both adopted in 28
states since it was launched.
In the report the committee
urged a continued campaign for
public access to government re records
cords records and meetings and called
for the adoption of state laws to
protect newsmen from disclosing
sources of information where such
iisclosure could lead to reprisals
igainst private citizens or public
officials.
These recommendations join
with marv earlier recommenda recommendations
tions recommendations presented bySigmaDeltaChi
in its effort to promote freedom
Picketing
EDITOR:
I am an lntegrationist. I intend
to support every action in that
direction that I think will help
achieve integration. However, I
have serious doubts about the wis wisdon
don wisdon of the local picketing activi activities.
ties. activities. It is a mistake for integra integration
tion integration leaders to lose their per perspective
spective perspective of the issue. This con conflict
flict conflict is not a war; it is a domes domestic
tic domestic dispute. The aim is not to wipe
out the enemyas the bomb
tossers would do--but to convince
the opponent ot a point in an
argument and then to live peace peacefully
fully peacefully with him as a neighbor. To
fail in this respect is to make a
mockery of the word integration.
Let me, as an integrationist,
voice a plea for caution. Consider
this fact. The University of Florida
has be integrated. The Southern
city of Gainesville has accepted it
with more grace than has been the
case elsewhere. This is an im important
portant important gain but it is still vulner vulnerable,
able, vulnerable, Only length of time of
successful operation will consoli consolidate
date consolidate and guarantee it. Compared
to this gain, the question of whether
or not ALL of the students can
eat at the C.I. this year or next
year or 10 years from now is a
tiddlywink issue. Since we are
arguing with a neighbor rather than
fighting with an enemy, common
sense diplomacy should call for
allowing these neighbors the time
and the room in which to retreat
gracefully. More than one do domestic
mestic domestic dispute has caused
irreparable damage to the do domestic
mestic domestic relationship because one
side pushed an advantage too
vigorously and Invited a despera desperation
tion desperation counterattack.
True integration can only be
achieved when both sides have lost
all hate for each other. Neither
bomb tossing nor picketing is cal calculated
culated calculated to dissipate hate. There Therefore
fore Therefore I can see no wisdom in either
course. Rather, it would appear
more likely that our pickets
charge across University Avenue
may help us about as much as
Lee was helped by the other
Picketts Charge at Gettysburg.
Lloyd Remington 7AS

Freedom Os Information ~ At Low Ebb

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LATIN AMERICAN ANALYSIS

U.S. Intervention A Mistake

During the recent military coups
in the Dominican Republic and
Honduras which toppled freely e elected
lected elected governments, the position
by the United States toward
those coups was criticized in cer certain
tain certain quarters.
The U. S. government denounced
the coups, refused to recognize
the new military juntas, and sus suspended
pended suspended aid programs to the two
countries; but no U. S. military
effort was undertaken to remove
the juntas from power and restore
the constitutional governments,
CLIFF
LANDERS .
Latin American
Viewpoint
and this lack of action angered
what appears to be a significant
number of friends and supporters
of Juan Bosch, ousted Dominican
president, and Jose Villeda
Morales, who occupied the same
position in Honduras.
Among those critical of Presi President
dent President Kennedys failure to send the
marines into the Dominican Re Republic
public Republic when Bosch was overthrown
is John Roche, who reveals his
position in the October 14 issue
of the NEW LEADER, in his article
Return of the Syndicate."
Roche argues that the U. S.,
upon receiving word of Boschs
ouster, should have sent Marines,
hopefully a multilateral force,
but perhaps only North Ameri Americans."
cans." Americans." He contends that the
Dominican troops would have been
too frightened to fight, and that
U. S. Marines could have quickly
disarmed them and restored
Boschs government.
However, the Marines job would
not have been terminated at that
point, had Kennedy adopted
Roches policy. Prior to leaving
the Dominican Republic, the Ma Marines
rines Marines would have gathered all the

should be open to the public.
Last year at the national Sigma
Delta Chi convention, delegates

Dominican tanks, jets, and auto automatic
matic automatic weapons and thrown them
into the sea.
Roches plan seems so simple
when one neglects to consider the
pitfalls. Nobody doubts that u. S.
Marines could have quickly and
easily defeated the Domincan mili military,
tary, military, occupied the country, and
restored Bosch to power if, of
course, he wasnt assassinated
before being freed from his im imprisonment.
prisonment. imprisonment.
This writer believes that vio violence
lence violence would have been inevitable
had U. S. Marines been sent in,
for clashes between Marines and
Dominicans were not prepared to
see their country occupiedeven
though temporarily--by U. S.
Marines. Boschs foes, and there
were many, including both con conservatives
servatives conservatives and Communists, un undoubtedly
doubtedly undoubtedly included some indi individuals
viduals individuals who would have actively
resisted the Marine assault.
Bloodshed would have resulted
and the Marines would have dis discovered
covered discovered that the occupation would
have had to be extended a while.
Communists, joined by non-
Communists elements opposed to
Bosch, or at least to the U. S.
occupation, would have undertaken
an active struggle, including guer guerrilla
rilla guerrilla warfare, against the Marines,
and the occupation would have
lasted indefinitely.
Furthermore, the u. S. image
would have suffered irreparably
in the rest of Latin America, where
strong opposition to theU.S. mili military
tary military intervention exists. With the
tarnishing of U. S. prestige, the
position of Communists through throughout
out throughout Latin America would have been
strengthened and the Alliance for
Progress would have had even less
chance of success than it presently
has.
Lets also consider the position
of Bosch had he been reinstated

representing the 16,500 members
of the society passed five resolu resolutions
tions resolutions calling on President Kennedv

in the presidency by U.S. Marines.
Like the mother robin who for forsakes
sakes forsakes her baby which has fallen
from the nest once he is touched
by human hands, so would the
Dominican people have forsaken
their fallen president.
We must also consider another
point. The Dominican Republic
and the remaining Latin American
countries are supposedly sover sovereign.
eign. sovereign. What right has the U. S.
to invade those countries for the
purpose of forcing them to uphold
their constitutions and to destroy
their armies, as bad as the latter
might be?
There is also injustice in this
country, but we are trying to solve
our own problems and were there
a country much more powerful than
ourselves and such a country were
to send in troops to register
Negroes to vote in Mississippi,
we would not remain passive in
our objection to such intervention,
not even most of us who firmly
believe that the Negroes in
Mississippi should enjoy their
constitutional right to vote.
When the time comes that we
feel compelled to send Marines
into Latin America, we will be
treading upon a tortuous road
which leads to Communist victory.

The Florida Alligator
Mareri David Lawrence Jr.
Editorial Page Editor Berkowitz
Layout Editor . '. o**/*%.
City Editor .... . : ..Rnspencer
Copy Editor CJrn l Uua Tu,,sta
.Jim Hammock
ALLIGATOR is the official student newspaper of the
t-e month*; 0 f \* ndS iS published five times weekly except during
n 1 ay June 411(1 Jul y wl en a weekly issue is published.
the United ct ALLIGATOR is entered as second class matter at
the united states Post office at Gainesville, Florida.

and Defense Secretary McNamara
to renounce and repudiate
government manipulation of news.
We have no doubt that while we
represent USC at this years Sigma
Delta Chi convention in Norfolk,
Va., this week that new resolutions
will be presented to us, asking our
support in urging recognition of the
the peoples rights to know and
urging the people to demand these
rights.
First, in representing the men
of the local chapter of Sigma Delta
Chi, we feel we must approve such
measures, for we believe them to
be necessary if America is to
adhere to the principals embodied
within our Constitution and for
which our nation has been dedi dedicated.
cated. dedicated.
We hope, however, in speaking
for the men of the local chapter
that we also are speaking for our
university and that these prin principals
cipals principals under which we desire to
live and work will coincide with
the goals and objectives of the
unviersity.
The Daily Trojan
University of Southern C alifornia
Cheating
EDITOR:
Constitution requires that ali
Honor Court acts be published in
The Florida Alligator at least
one week prior to their effective
date. The following act was adopted
by the Justices on 6 November,
to be effective on 20 November.
RULE 2 (c): Cheating is the
intentional misrepresentation of
a material fact for personal ad advantage
vantage advantage while acting as a student.
STATEMENT OF INTENT
AND ADDENDUM TO THE RULES:
This is a statement expressing the
intent of the Honor Court Justices
in adopting that portion of Section
2, Rules of Penal Proceedings,
concerning misrepresentation.
The primary purpose of the
action was to reemphasize the
scope of the Honor System, not to
indefinitely extend the jurisdiction
of the Honor Court. In keeping with
this purpose, the Justices make the
following determinations:
1. The section shall be strictly
construed. Specifically, the Court
shall be most careful to refrain
from exercising jurisdiction when
a) misrepresentation arises out of
a/personal relationship.
2. The Chancellor shall be
liberal in declining jurisdiction
where the quality of the misre misrepresentation
presentation misrepresentation or the circumstances
surrounding it make formal Honor
Court action inappropriate.
3. This section shall not apply
to the improper use of the stu student
dent student football seating privilege.
This limitation is based on con considerations
siderations considerations of practicality. It does
not constitute an approval of cer certain
tain certain now existing practices con concerning
cerning concerning the privilege.
Thank you for your co-opera co-operation.
tion. co-operation.
Herbert S. Blessing
Chancellor



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Perspective
EDITOR:
First, I would like to praise the
Alligator staff for the remarkable
job they do in putting out a large
paper five times each week. This
is really a stupendous feat and
should therefore be duly lauded.
When I entered this college as a
freshman in September 1960,1 was
indoctrinated in the idea that in
college, studies come first and are
of primary importance. A student
should first keep up with his work
and then look around for extra extracurricular
curricular extracurricular activities to make his
life achieve an ideal balance. How However,
ever, However, most of the student body as
well as the Alligator staff run away
from the important stress in col college
lege college life to get a broad educa educational
tional educational perspective of mans
knowledge with a particular in intensity
tensity intensity of study in one or two
specialized fields.
Last week I had the great
pleasure of inter vie wing Dr.
Cornelius Kruse, a visiting pro professor
fessor professor of humanities. Dr. Kruse
spoke Wednesday evening to the
Philosophy Club of Latin American
philosophy. Although I submitted a
one page fact summary about Dr.
Kruses numerous accomplish accomplishments,
ments, accomplishments, including his having been
president of the American Philo Philosophical
sophical Philosophical Association. Only a brief
six-line statement about his forth forthcoming
coming forthcoming talk was published on page
Insulting
EDITOR:
I feel t|iat the prominent atten attention
tion attention given to Gator girl statis statistics
tics statistics is insulting to the students
supposedly being described and to
your readers. It implies that the
important thing about the girl is
her statistics rather than the
kind of person she is.
Perhaps no one cs n fully
describe a person, but surely you
could try something a bit less
depersonalizing. What about her
major, hobbies, interests, ideas
about UF, and the world? If you
must go in for statistics, why not
include honor point average, or
would that be out of place in an
academic community?
Richard Hiers
Religion Professor
Got Him
tr
EDITOR:
As I stood there petrified, the
quadrumanous figure slowly de descended
scended descended toward me from the ceil ceiling,
ing, ceiling, his fangs and jowels dripping
with gore from his latest victim.
I had been warned, oh yes I
had been warned, but as all in
the essence of youth, being left
in the ignorance of the true situa situation
tion situation of life, I accepted these words
as only horror stories with little,
if any, truth. Now I was to pay
most dearly for my erroneous
ways.
I hope only that my fate will
in some way be an example for
others to take heed and be truly
prepared for that which most cer certainly
tainly certainly can strike any and all. In
the waning moments I cannot say
that I have any pangs of remorse
due to my fate, but I hope that
my death will not go unnoticed.
My tomb is sealed, but I hope
J.W.R. and others in such a
position to rectify the situation
will not recall me as just another
victim of the tri-monster.
Gerhardt J. Wilhelm

three between pictures of such not notables
ables notables in the field of education as
The Smothers Brothers and
Th' Gator Girl, neither of whom
is as renowned or accomplished as
Dr. Kruse.
The gaping student may answer,
Im not interested in philosophy.
Well, I want to ask you, Mr. snail snailbrain
brain snailbrain student, what ARE you in interested
terested interested in? I know running away
as much as possible from any
thoughts at all.
Students (myself included) and
Alligator staff writers would be
wise if they remembered the words
of Socrates before they do their
next thoughtless action: The un unexamined
examined unexamined life is not worth living.
Ronald Rebhuhn
House
EDITOR:
To the anonymous staff member
whose article appeared in the edi editorial
torial editorial Nov. 7: Your house is
well-approved by me. Someday
our culture will regress to that

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taining containing people will once again be
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Concerning subdivisions: could
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caves, side by side, the same
depth, height, length and width,
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cestors? ancestors?
Pigeon holes for homes, each
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terialistic materialistic symbol which once was
a house to hold the spirit as God
might hold a star.
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Friday, Nov. 15/1963 The Florida Alligator

Student Editor Silenced

University of Alabama
officials have lost their
sense of perspective in
silencing the editor of
their student newspaper,
named last year as
Student Editor of the
Year.
Editor Mel Meyer, who
editorials in Alabamas
CRIMSON AND WHITE
gained him national atten attention
tion attention and drew repeated
threats on his life, has
been told by Alabama of officials
ficials officials to quit commenting
upon racial matters.
If he doesnt, he faces
possible expulsion. Its
that simple.
The ruling was first ef effected
fected effected in June. It will
be effective until the
trouble is over. In
Alabamas case, that will
be several years, or at
least until fiery segrega segregationist
tionist segregationist George Wallace is
kicked out of the go governors
vernors governors chair.
Meyer was named

Student Editor of the
Year after he wrote edi editorials
torials editorials calling for
obedience to federal law
in Alabama. The
editorials appeared
during and after the
crisis at nearby Ole
Miss.
The student editors
life was subsequently
threatened, crosses were
burned on the lawn of his
fraternity house, and the
university administration
was forced to hire body
guards for him.
All in all, the case
questions the rights of all
1 Alabama students to
speak freely about the
racial issue there. The
ban is an infringement on
freedom of expression.
The University of Ala Alabama
bama Alabama stands to gain
nothing from the ban, for
it is incompatible with
academic freedom.
. .The Dakota Student
University of S. Dakota

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Os The Gator Staff
Floridas Southeastern Confer Conference
ence Conference swimming champions plunge
into their 1963-64 swimming
season with the r annual Orange
and Blue meet at 11 a.m., Saturday,
at Florida Pool.
According to Coach Bill Harlan,
the meet has become a tradition
with the swimming team.
There is as much enthusiasm
in this meet as we have for some
of our regular meets during the
vear, commented Harlan.
The teams are divided up as
evenly as possible by the coaching
staff with varsity and freshman
swimmers on both teams.
The meet captain for the Orange
Team is Gator All-America Jerry
Livingston. Livingston will be
counting heavily upon sophomores
and freshmen to carry the Orange
to victory.
Orangemen Bill Corbin, a free freestyler;
styler; freestyler; Rod Hubbert, a
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styler freestyler should see action for the
Orange Team.
Dick Far well, a senior
backstroker from Pensacola, will
captain the Blue Team. Farw'ell
said his team is confident it can
beat the Orange.
A meet as close as this will
iff
FARWELL
Blue Captain

Fridoy, N0v.15/1963 The Florida Alligator

be decided by who places their
men better in the different events,
Farwell said. Men that are slated
to see action for the Blue include
Charlie King, a fast moving indi individual
vidual individual medley man; Ray
Whitehouse, a butterflyer from
Jacksonville; A1 Lauwaert, afree afreestyler,
styler, afreestyler, and Lansing Price, a diver

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Saturdays meet is a preview of
the 1963 edition of the Fighting
Gators.
In two weeks the varsity opens
its season against always tough
Alabama. Florida and Alabama
finished one -two in the final con conference
ference conference standings last year.

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The Florida Al 11 gator Friday Nov. 15,1963

Baby Gators To Face Bullpups

By STEVE VAUGHN
Os The Gotor Staff
Floridas Baby Gators close out their 1963 football
season Saturday at 2 p.m. again;.* the Georgia
Bullpups on Florida Field.
A win would give the Gators a3 -1 record for the
campaign. Coach John Donaldsons squad has
stopped Auburn and Florida State, while falling to
Miami 21-18 in its last encounter.
Donaldson said he had four or five boys hurt
in the Miami game, two of which are on the injury

Varsity Preps For UM
Larry Dupree Sidelined

The temperature dipped to a cool
48 degrees at Florida Field yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, but the Gators put in
another hard hitting contact drill
while getting ready for their game
with the Miami Hurricanes, Nov.
23.
Fullback Larry Dupree, center
Jimmy Morgan and guard Jack
Katz sat out practice with an
assortment of injuries, and coach
Ray Graves said all three starters
will miss Saturdays light scrim scrimmage.
mage. scrimmage.
Dupree, the second leading
rusher in the SEC, suffered a

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Charlie horse and reinjured his
knee in last weeks Georgia game.
Graves, announced that Dupree
should be able to go full steam in
the Gators two remaining games
with Miami and FSU, but will
probably undergo a knee operation
after the season is over.
Morgan, the Gator captain, rein reinjured
jured reinjured his shoulder in the Bulldog
game, and Katz bruised his knee
in Wednesdays contact drills.
All three Big Blue starters will
be back in uniform Monday. Tom
Campbell replaced Dupree today,
Gary Cliett moved into Morgans

list for Saturdays contest. Allen Kelly, a 6-3
end from Sweetwater, Tenn., is definitely sidelined,
and George Grandy, the halfback from Jacksonville
Beach, is on the doubtful list.
Donaldson said he looked for Georgia to bring
down a pretty good team, and cited the Bullpup
quarterback, Kirby Moore, as their chief threat.
Moore is a5 11,178 -poundDothan, Ala.,product,
who was instrumental in Georgias 17-7 success
over Clemson. Georgia, however, was beaten by the
same Auburn crew which Florida stopped 21-7.
The Gator squad, as usual, will be vastly
outmanned. Georgia sports a 45 player squad while

spot and Bill Richbourg of Pensa Pensacola
cola Pensacola took over Katzs spot at right
guard.
On the brighter side of the injury
picture, guard Larry Beckman re returned
turned returned from a knee injury today
and should be at full speed for
Saturdays scrimmage.
Beckman was running second
team left guard before his injury
in the Auburn game, but he will
have to beat out senior Jack
Thompson to regain that spot.
Thompson was a constant thorn in
Larry Rakestraws side last Satur Saturday
day Saturday and played what Graves termed
the best game of his Gator career
against the Bulldogs.
Offensive line play and blocking
drew the emphasis in heavy contact
drills. Gerald Odom and Russ
Brown cleared the way for the
power runs up the middle, and
Tom Campbell and Dick Kirk stood
out on downfield blocking.

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the Gators will be operating with their usual rank
of about 30 men.
Donaldson said he would go along with his two twoplatoon
platoon twoplatoon red and blue teams in the game. Each unit
operates on both offense and defense.
A trio of south Georgia prep football products
will lead Florida into the game.
In the starting lineup are left tackle John Preston
of Columbus,. Ga., left guard Jimmy Benson of
Albany, Ga., and right tackle Wally Colson of
Valdosta, Ga.
All three have been members of the Baby Gators
starting unit in games played thus far, with Preston
having missed some playing time due to injuries.
Preston played under coach Bubba Ball at Baker
High School, Benson under Pat Field at Albany and
Colson under coach Wright Bazemore at Valdosta.
These three boys have done a good job this year,
says Donaldson. Weve been shy on depth and
theyve gotten an opportunity to see a great deal
of action.
Colsons high school teammate from Valdosta,
halfback Stan Reaves, will open at left halfback
for the Bullpups.

-FROM THE GATOR PIT
Big Gators Rest,
But We Go On
By ERNIE LITZ
Assistant Sports Editor

This Saturday the Gator varsity
football team will not play.
Instead the UF frosh will play
the Georgia frosh in Florida Field.
There is also the traditional
Orange and Blue Intersquad Swim Swimming
ming Swimming Meet. That one always is
a classic.
The winner gets to eat fried
chicken at Head Swim Coach
Harlans house after the meet.
In the Florida Pool office yes-

terday there is a notice that the
Blue Team would meet to discuss
easy ways to eat fried chicken.
Predictions
Georgia Tech over Alabama..
Even at Birmingham the Jackets
and Lothridge should be enough.
Do the Jackets still remember
Darwin Holt?
Auburn over Georgia.... Should
be a lulu with Rakestraw vs. Sidle.
Bulldogs could want this one bad,
but well go with those Tigers.
Baylor over Kentucky.. Theyre
not going to let me off easy this
late in the season.
Mississippi over Tennessee ..
Ole Miss to come back after being
upset by Tampa last week.
Tulane over Vanderbilt
as they battle it out for the SEC
basement.
Mississippi State over LSU ...
we hate to pick this one. Wfr like
the Tigers but that State defense
should be tougher this week.
North Carolina over Miami ...
On top of Chapel Hill, Mr. Mirl
will have a spill.
FSU over North Carolina State ..
Id like to give this weeks schedule
back to the NCAA and let THEM
pick the games.
Southern Mississippi over Loui Louisiana
siana Louisiana Tech .... need to pick up the
average.
VMI over the Citadel... .need
some more.
Syracuse over Richmond ....
we did it, so can the Big Orange.
South Carolina over Wake Forest
we play the Gamecocks next fall.
Penn State over Holy Cross ..
the nod to our Gator Bowl brothers.
The Odds over ME ... HELP ...
HELP HELP...
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