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The annual tree-lighting ceremony, sponsored by Mortar Board, will take place Sun Sunday
day Sunday night at 10:30 with Christmas carols to be sung afterwards. At 11 pm President
Reitz will give his annual Christmas address. Curfew will be extended to 12 pm for
the event.

Architects Speech
To Open Conference

Mexican architect and planner
of Mexico City, Carlos Contreras,
will open the annual Conference
on the Caribbean at the UF today
with a public lecture in the J.
Hillis Miller Health Center Aud Auditorium.
itorium. Auditorium.
His talk on The Architecture
of Mexico* will follow an after afternoon
noon afternoon of registration for some 400
educators, diplomats and high level
professional and businessmen of
Mexico and the United States ar arriving
riving arriving on campus for the Confer Conference.
ence. Conference.
He is one of 22 top figures fron"
both nations speaking during the
four-day conference.
The others, including Mexicos
Ambassador to the United States
Antonio Corrillo Flores, renowned
historian Dr. Frank Tannenbaum,

Peace Corps Drive
Off To Good Start

The Peace Corps week-long
drive on campus is off to a wing winging
ing winging start. By 6 p.m. yesterday 101
students had signed-up to take the
Peace Corps Placement Test, ac according
cording according to Paul Vaiiderwood,
member of the recruiting team.
I dont know of any campus
where we have received a better
response, Vanderwobd said. In Interest
terest Interest is not only evidenced in
tests taken and questionnaires
completed, but also in the vital,
alert questions being asked us in

and Assistant Secretary for Inter-
American Affairs Edwin M. Mar Martim,
tim, Martim, come under sponsorship of
the UF Center for Latin Ameri American
can American Studies. Co-sponsors are the
General Electric Company andCia.
Fundidora de Fierro y Acero de
Monterrey (Iron and Steel Smelt Smelting
ing Smelting Company of Monterrey).
The Conference will deal with
Mexicos role in international af affairs,
fairs, affairs, its politics, economy, so society
ciety society and culture. Thursday ses sessions
sions sessions open with registration during
the morning, and a round table
at 9 a.m. on the political scene
in Mexico.
John J. Johnson, professor of
history at Stanford University will
discuss Mexicos political stuc stucture.
ture. stucture. Ward M. Morton, professor
of government at the University

The seven-person team will be
on campus through Saturday. Its
information center is set-up from
8 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily in Bryan
Lounge of the Florida Union. They
can be phoned at FR 2-2300.
Placement tests are given at
10 a.m., 2, 4 and 8 p.m. daily
and 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Saturday
in Room 212 of the Union.
Those completing the question questionmaire
maire questionmaire and taking the test while
(See Peace Corps, Pg. 3)

of Southern Illinois will discuss
practical politics and KafT' r
M. Schmitt, of the University of
Texas, the role of military.
Dr. Lyle N. McAlister, Director
for the Center for Latin Ameri American
can American Studies, will preside at the
morning session. Thomas Ram Ramanach,
anach, Ramanach, president and general
manager of General Electric in
Mexico City, will address a lunch luncheon
eon luncheon audience Thursday following
a welcome by UF President J.
Wayne Reitz.
Dr. A. Curtis Wilgus, Director
of the Caribbean Conference will
preside at the luncheon session.
Exhibits for participants and the
general public during the Confer Conference
ence Conference include: The Work of Arch Architect
itect Architect Martin Dominquez, at the
Health Center and 4,000 Years
of Mexican Architecture at the
Student Service Center. Both dis displays
plays displays are sponsored by the De Department
partment Department of Architecture.

Goods On Sale
Students can buy articles
from Latin America, Scandin Scandinavia,
avia, Scandinavia, Europe, Asia and India
today through Friday at the In International
ternational International Christmas Fair Sale
in the Florida Union.
Sample items for sale include
Philippine epil-epil seed neck necklaces
laces necklaces for sl, Mexican Tarascan
bowls at $1.75, and mosaic
bracelets from India for 75

The Florida

Vol d 6. No. 62 University of Florida, Gainesville ediu voayytie-t, ,* *6d

Genesys OK
Held Back

sometimes controversial off offcampus
campus offcampus study institute ran into
another roadblock Tuesday when
the cabinet, for the second week
in a row, failed to okay policy
governing its operation.
Gov. Farris Bryant expressed
the fear that approval of the board
of controls policy statement might
indirectly commit the cabinet to
the Genesys plan for extending
engineering instruction to east eastcentral
central eastcentral Florida. And Secretary
of State Tom Adams offered three
recommendations designed to
tighten board of control regulation
of the off-campus institute.
Approval of the statement was
delayed to another session to
permit study of Adams,
suggestion. The proposal was
handed to the cabinet school board
last week by school head Thomas
D. Bailey and it was deferred
until Tuesday.
In another action, the cabinet
approved creation of divisions of
sponsored research in Floridas
major universities. Immediate
effect of the action was to make
an estimated $600,000 available
for research that would other otherwise
wise otherwise have gone into other funds.
Okayed by the 1963 legislature,
the divisions were desinged to free
money received for government
and private research from con controls
trols controls of the cabinet budget com commission.


Venezuela Scene
Os New Violence

CARACAS (UPI) New scat scattered
tered scattered terrorist violence flared
Tuesday as President-elect Raul
Lionl awaited official announce announcement
ment announcement of his sweeping triumph over
six rivals in Sundays general
An unidentified man was killed
when his bomb-rigged car ex exploded
ploded exploded as he started it in the
Catia market section of Caracas.
Another person was wounded.
An armed group set fire Mon Monday
day Monday to seven storage tanks of the
American-owned Mene Brande Oil
Co., at El Tegre in eastern Ve Venezuela
nezuela Venezuela causing damages est estimated
imated estimated at $250,000. An American
Embassy spokesman Tueday ex exdeep
deep exdeep concern over the fate of
kidnapped US Army Col. James K.
Chenault of Sherman, Tex., cap captured
tured captured by armed terrorists last
Wednesday. The spokesman said
it washoped the government, with
the elections over, would redouble
its efforts to find Chenault, and that
he would not be harmed by the
underground Armed Forces for
National Liberation FALN terror terrorist
ist terrorist movement.
President Romulo Betancourt
called Tuedsay for an air and naval

mission. commission. Research professors
would be free to spend grant
monies as they wished under board
of control regulations, thus making
it easier to make needed
The universities budgeted about
$35.7 million for sponsored re research
search research this biennium. Normally
$3.2 million of that amount would
go for overhead-lights, heat and
the like. Now only $1.9 million
will be used to meet eurrentover eurrentoverhead
head eurrentoverhead and $1.3 million will be
released for research spending,
or about $60,000 for this year.
A study was ordered during
the year to determine if the state
would be better of paying overhead
costs from general revenue and
turning all of grant funds to re research.
search. research.
The action was taken with little
debate but approval of the proposed
policy statement for operation of
the Florida institute for continu continuing
ing continuing university studies did not come
as quickly. Set up by executive
order, the institute was written
into law by the 1963 legislature,
but not without complications.
Many lawmakers felt the institute
had too much freedom and the Leg Legislature
islature Legislature clamped tighter controls
on the agencys activities.
The law was finally passed and
the board of control issued a
proposed statement of policy to
implement the law.

blockade of Communitt Cuba to
prevent it from exporting arms and
Betancourts call for hem hemispheric
ispheric hemispheric action Fidel Cas Castro
tro Castro came as n&w scattered vio violence
lence violence flared anew in Venezuela
and President-elect Paul Leoni
awaited official confirmation of
his election to the presidency.
It also coincided with a Wash Washington
ington Washington decision by the Organiza Organization
tion Organization of American States to in*>
vestlgate Venezuelan charges of
agression against Cuba.
Leoni was swampeK with con congratulations
gratulations congratulations Tuesday on his ele election
ction election as Venezuelas 39th
president. But the 58-year 58-yearold
old 58-yearold lawyer, the government candi candidate,
date, candidate, declined to issue a victory
statement pending official confir confirmation.
mation. confirmation.
Unofficial returns reflecting the
vote of 90.2 per cent of the re registered
gistered registered electorate gave Leoni
985,230 votes to 691,128 for run runnerup
nerup runnerup Rafale Caldera, nominee of
the pro-government Copei party.
Leoni polled 32.3 per cent of the
estimated total vote and Caldera
22.6 per cent. The rest was split
among five candidates.

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The Florida Alligator Wednesday,Dec.4,l963

Law Students
Aid Defenders

Advanced law students can aid
public defenders in Aalchua Coun County.
ty. County.
According to Public Defender R.
A. (Buzzy) Green Jr., who initiated
the informal program two months
ago using volunteer UF students,
investigative reports compiled by
law students were used in defend defending
ing defending some 35 cases in the current
term of the Circuit Court.
The cooperation of the students
has really been tremendous
Green said. It is an educational
experience for them, but it is also
above and beyond the call of duty.
The Circuit Court has given its
approval to let students sit at the
counsel table during the trial.
Students work in teams and in interview
terview interview the defendents.
They compile reports and make
recommendations to Green.
Their work is restricted to cases
in Alachua County only.

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Students agree they gain educa educational
tional educational benefits from the program.
It gives them insight to the ad administration
ministration administration of criminal justice,
Green said.
It provides them with experience
in interviewing witnesses, he
The program is being coordinat coordinated
ed coordinated through the John Marshall Bar
Association, a student legal group,
but is not formally recognized by
the law school, because the fa faculty
culty faculty has declined to take an of official
ficial official position on it.
Students therefore receive no
academic credits for participation.
Without their help, Green ex explained,
plained, explained, I could not have handled
the case load.
The students efforts have reduc reduced
ed reduced the danger of having to go to
the trial without a properly pre prepared
pared prepared defense, he said.

Crammings OK--For Some

Cramming may be a good thing
for some peopleaccording to
three top UF administrators.
Dean Byron Hollinshead of the
University College is not opposed
to midnight oil and black cof coffee
fee coffee at the final exam time.
Hollinshead said, A students
attempt at this kind of re review
view review (cramming)may be very use useful.
ful. useful. Sometimes a student can do
very well when put under pressure.
But this is an individual problem.
What a student retains after

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cramming may depend of the sub subject
ject subject Hollinshead said. A foreign
language or mathematics needs
studying throughout the trimester.
Study of concepts, for instance in
C -1 may be accomplished in three
or four days of reading add pulling
thoughts together. Hollinshead ad admitted
mitted admitted this system is not apt to
be put into effect during the tri trimester.
mester. trimester.
Assistant Registrar Thomas
Graham Jr. said,, Someone with
a photostatic memory could start

China USSR
Split Grows

LONDON (UPI) The ideolo ideological
gical ideological schism between the Soviet
Union and Communist Chinaonthe
best way to bury capitalism ap appeared
peared appeared Monday to have become
sharper and more irreconcilable.
Qualified Communist sources
here reported that recent attempts
to arrange a peace meeting
between Moscow and Peking have
virtually failed. Theypredicted
that the Sino-Soviet conflict over
Communist policy will continue to
China was reported to have de demanded
manded demanded that the Soviet Union make
concessions to Peking's hard-line
brand of Communism in advance
of any peace or truce negotiations.
The Kremlin was said to have
rejected the demand, refusing to
budge from Premier Nikita S.
Khrushchev's line of peaceful co coexistence.
existence. coexistence.
There had been recent reports
that the ideological question might
be submitted to a vote of the 90
or so Communist party organiza organizations
tions organizations throughout the world. This
idea was said to have been turned
down flatly by both Peking and the

cramming* the last few weeks of
the trimester and learn the mat material
erial material well. In this respect cram cramming
ming cramming is an individual problem.
But, each freshman said Hol Hollinshead,
linshead, Hollinshead, should make a study
schedule the beginning of the tri trimester
mester trimester and stick to it. After four
months of steady studying, stu students
dents students can use the last few weeks
of the trimester for review.
Associate Registrar Richard
Whitehead made only one comment
--Cramming is an individual

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Reports of a possible ideological
conference have been heard in
diplomatic channels but Com Communist
munist Communist informants said Monday
there is almost no chance that
it would be held soon.
Charges and counter charges
between the two Communist giants
have become too bitter for offi officials
cials officials to settle the question at
the conference sources said.
The rift has widened to the
point where it would require a
summit meeting between
Khrushchev and Mao Tse-tung to
close it. This is out of the
question, informants said.
Khrushchev's call for an end to
polemics in the dispute went un r
heeded by Peking, and the Com Communist
munist Communist Chinese government has
stepped up its efforts to win friends
in Cuba, the United Arab Republic
and other Latin American and
African nations.

Prof Initiated

Professor M. S. Heidingsfield
has been ititiated into Delta Sigma
Pi, professional commerce and
business administration frat fraternity.
ernity. fraternity.
Currently in the UF's College
of Business Administration, Prof.
Heidingsfield has served on the
faculty of Villanova University,
Columbia University, Temple Uni University
versity University and College of William and
He has been a consultant to RCA
and co-authored three books. He
is listed in Whos Who in Ameri America.
ca. America.
Other initiates in the UF chapter
were Alan L. Haefele, Charles
Winney, Robert Valdes, George
Ward, Robert Sweet, Wayne By Byerly
erly Byerly and James Baird.

Pope Grants Sweeping
New Powers To Bishops

Paul VI in a historic document
granted sweeping new and per permanent
manent permanent powers to Roman Catholic
bishops Tuesday in a move that
cuts away church red-tape in by bypassing
passing bypassing the Roman Curia.
The powers which concern Mas Masses,
ses, Masses, confessions and marriages
between non-Catholics and Cath Catholics
olics Catholics will become effective Sunday,
Previously the bishops had to
petition the Apostolic See in Rome
on many such matters. The pet petitions
itions petitions were sent to the Roman
Curia which could hold them up
or even refuse them whether
special cases or routine renew renewals
als renewals of powers were in question.
The papal decree, titled Pas Pastorale
torale Pastorale Mumus Pastoral Office af after
ter after its first Latin words, was read
to the council fathers in St. Peters
On the eve of the formal end
of this years council, 200 bis bishops
hops bishops from 46 nations urged the
churchs position toward com communism
munism communism and Marxism be added to
next years agenda. In a petition
submitted to Vatican Secretary of
State Amleto Cardinal Cicognani,
the council fathers said discussion
was necessary to prevent mis misguided
guided misguided church members, including
some clergy, from falling into the
most dangerous heresy of this

30th Annual Reading
Os Carol l Scheduled

The 30th annual reading of
Charles Dickens A Christmas
Carol is schedule for Friday,
Dec. 6 in the University Audi Auditorium
torium Auditorium at 7:30 p.m.
The Sigma Nu-sponsored
Christmas tradition will feature
Dean of Student Affiars Lester
L. Hale reading the Carol for the
23rd year.
John Jenkins, chairman of the
Sigma Nu Christmas Carolpro Carolprogram
gram Carolprogram for this year, said that Dean

Peace Corps Drive

(Continued from Page 1)

the team is on campus will learn
by Feb. 1 whether or not they are
qualified to serve as Volunteers,
Vanderwood said.
No obligations involved. We
just want the opportunity to look
you over through your application
and give you the answer you
need to do some intelligent plan planning
ning planning about your future, he said.
Vanderwood said Florida stu students
dents students are expressing some fear
about language and skill require requirements.
ments. requirements. You do not need to know
a language to qualify. We will
teach you a language, if you need

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The pontiff sat on his red-and
gold throne while council Secretary
General Msgr. Pericle Gelici read
the Motu Proprio, or papal do document
cument document issued by the Popes will.
In it the Pope outlined 40 rights
that bishops throughout the world
may use. In many cases, the powers
already existed on a temporary ba basis.
sis. basis. The Popes decree made these
Most important was the right
of all bishops to preach and con confess
fess confess the faithful in all parts of
the world. Previously only car cardinals
dinals cardinals exercised this privilege
while bishops were restricted to
their own diocesses. The Ecumen Ecumenical
ical Ecumenical Council, on the invitation of
the Pope, has endorsed wider pow powers
ers powers for bishops in the governing
of their uioceses. But the document
providing for some decentraliza decentralization
tion decentralization of administrative authority did
not come up for final vote at the
current session. Since the coun council
cil council formally ends its second ses session
sion session Wednesday and final action
could not be taken until it re reconvened
convened reconvened next fall, the Pope ap apparently
parently apparently decided in the interests
of speed to put into immediate ef effect
fect effect some of the matters under
Among key rights granted
bishops permanently by the

Hale will break the reading up into
four or five parts, in between which
carols will be sung by the Sigma
Nu Carolers.
Included also in the program will
be Russell L. Danburg playing a
piano solo, Roy Teu will be
featured as a baritone soloist,
Mrs. Helen Bell Jones will be
playing the organ throughout the
program, and Willis Bowdine is
in charge of the bell tower

it to do your job, he said.
A good many married couples
have applied so far, Vanderwood
said. One couple is planning to
get married one week and enter the
Peace Corps the following week.
This is not the only opportunity
Florida students will have to apply
for Peace Corps service.
We have a very fine liason of officer
ficer officer in Col. Glen Farris, director
of the International Center. He has
information and applications. And
the test is given periodically in
post offices across the nation.
Our major service here this
week in a speedy processing of the
applications, Vanderwood said.

pontiffs decree were:
-Permitting celebration of
Masses outside a sacred place,
provided the site chosen is
proper and fitting.
-Permitting sick or elderly
priests to celebrate Mass at home
daily, but not in a bedroom. This
also includes permission for the
celebrant to remain seated if he
is unable to stand,
-Permitting priests who cele celebrate
brate celebrate more than one Mass to take
liquids. This is a concession
to missionary priests who work
in tropical countries.
-Permitting the celebration of
Mass aboard ship or sea or river
-Permitting chaplains of hos hospitals,
pitals, hospitals, prisons and orphanages in
the absence of the pastor to ad administer
minister administer confirmation in the
danger of death.
-Dispensing for an urgent
and serious cause impediments
to marriages between Catholics
and non-Catholics.
- Revalidating marriages nul nullified
lified nullified because of differences in
religions, under certain condi conditions.
tions. conditions.
-The right to admit illegiti illegitimate
mate illegitimate children to the seminary.
-The right to extend the term
of confessors of religious women
up to a fifth three year term

(Lynn Howie, a graduate student
and Sigma Nu alumnus, was sup supposed
posed supposed to appear in the program,
but due to business commitments,
Jenkins stated, is unable to be
The reading of A Christmas
Carol has been a Sigma Nu tra tradition
dition tradition since 1929. Dean Walter
J. Matherly first read the Carol
in that year for a private party
in the Sigma Nu house.
In 1932 the Sigma Nu's were
granted the honor of sponsoring
the reading as an annual tradi traditional
tional traditional affair. The first readings
were held in the Sigma Nu house.
Over the years as enthusiasm grew
for the reading, the invitation list
grew so large that the reading
was moved to the Florida Union
Auditorium, and later to the down downtown
town downtown churches.
The reading in 1957 was moved
to the University Auditorium and
was opened to the general public.
Following the reading Friday
evening, there will be a reception
for invited guests of Sigma Nu,
honoring Dr. Robert W. Bradbury,
Sigma Nu faculty advisor.

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when there is a shortage of priests.
The council held its last work working
ing working session of 1963 Monday.
Tuesday ps mostly devoted to
celebrations marking the 400th
anniversary of the end of the
Council of Trent,

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See The College Boy,
See The College Girl
From the campus newspaper, The Red and White, at the Univer University
sity University of Georgia:
See the girl. She is a pretty girl. See her checked, madras skirt.
And cotton blouse. And Weejuns. And puffed out hair. She is a college
girl. She goes to the University of Georgia. f
See the boy. He is a college man. See his tapered slacks. And Gant
shirt with the loop. And cordovans. With no socks.
See them at a dance. Watch them twist and yell and wave paper
cups in the air. It is hot and noisy. See them after the dance in the
girls parking lot. They are in his car with the loud muffler. They
are on the front seat and, no, on second thought, dont see them in
the parking lot.
Now it is 12:30. See the girl run from the car. She must get inside
her dorm on time. She is a big girl.
See tnem In class. The boy is slumped in the chair. He is asleep.
The girl is slumped in her chair. She is asleep too. The professor
is very dull.
See them studying. It is 4:30 in the morlnlng. They have a test to today.
day. today. See the little pills. They keep them awake. See the bottles under
the boys bed. They put him to sleep.
Now they are taking the test. See the little pieces of paper in their
laps. They help them pass the test. It is hard.
They are college students. Their adult friends call them Young
men and women, And Future Leaders of America.
God save America.


Shoplifting Is Serious

by 808 MOUNTS
Honor Court Justice
Just last week the Honor Court
convicted a male student of steal stealing
ing stealing over SIOO.OO worth of books
and supplies from the Campus Shop
and Book Store. In this case the
student had resold the books to both
the Campus Book Store and the
Florida Book Store. The student
was suspended for two trimesters.
Two weeks before, two girls
were convicted of stealing some
small item just for the fun of
it. Because of their attitude they
each received a sentence of nine
penalty hours.
These are only the most recent
examples. It has become apparent
to us that this is a serious and
widespread problem. In an effort to
find out the facts, this reporter
questioned the managers of three
establishments most directly in involved.
volved. involved.
The Campus Shop and Book Store
reported that they apprehended
about one shoplifter per month.
They said that chronic shoplifters
will take anything, even if it is of

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no use to them. People of this
age group arent aware of the ser seriousness
iousness seriousness of the crime, they said.
The Campus Shop and Book Store
felt, however, that the majority
of students were good, honest peo people
ple people and said they did not suspect
students as a rule. They were of
the opinion that the recent case
mentioned above was well handled
by the Honor Court.
They also pointed out that the
problem was not as serious here
as at other schools.
The other merchants did not feel
quite this way, however. To them,
shoplifting was a more serious
problem and many students were
at fault.
The Florida Book Store said the
problem of book-stealing was es especially
pecially especially serious and widespread.
They felt that the punishment
should be more severe and that
more publicity should be given to it.
They said most students were
simply not cognizant of the ser seriousness
iousness seriousness of the crime. Books,
especially, are not valued as high highly
ly highly as other items in the minds



In my last article, I spoke of the
fraternity systems pledging pro program,
gram, program, and its effects upon the pled pledges
ges pledges and brothers, Since the pur purpose
pose purpose of the program is to allow

of some students, they said. They
felt students must be educated on
this point.
They also said it was almost
a certainty that students attempt attempting
ing attempting to resell stolen books would
be caught. Everyone missing
a book is asked to report it to
thern they said. Often they are
able to locate the book when some someone
one someone tries to resell it.
The Florida Bookstore also said
that for years they have tried to
warn students not to leave their
books unattended, especially in the
library and the cafeteria. These
areas seem to be where many books
have been taken.
The manager of the grocery
store at which the two coeds were
recently caught said also that the
problem was serious and wide widespread.
spread. widespread. He said that in three weeks
time he had apprehended four girls
stealing. He also said that several
merchants had lost Homecoming
banners to university students.
He again repeated that students
simply dont seem to appreciate
the seriousness of the crime. He
also felt the Honor Court was fair
in handling the case.
As you can see, the shoplifting
cases present a serious problem.
Shoplifting, or stealing, is a ser serious
ious serious offense. Stealing of this kind
is severely dealt with under Flo Florida
rida Florida law.
In dealing with the cases the Hon Honor
or Honor Court will continue to be as
tough as possible without perman permanently
ently permanently damaging a students chance
of graduation. It should be realized,
however, that criminal courts
downtown can be much more severe
than this. We feel students are in
a learning situation and should have
a chance to rehabilitate them themselves.
selves. themselves. We also feel that most
are basicly honest, and do not de deserve
serve deserve this kind of reputation.

The 'Blackball-A Cruelty

the brothers to judge which of the
pledges they want for brothers,
there must be a method of dispos disposing
ing disposing of those who do not pass all the
tests. Herein lies the criticism of
fraternities which arouses the
most emotional feeling against
In order to eliminate pledges not
considered worthy of brotherhood,
there is usually some from of
blackball system. Under this,
a brother may bring up a pledges
name at a brothers meeting, and if
a certain number of brothers (us (usually
ually (usually about three) vote against the
pledge, he is blackballed (told to
ship out). This system has such
grave consequences that even the
majority of brothers consider it
an evil of the fraternity system,
(but a necessary evil).
It may sound incongrous for me
to say that I feel being in a frat fraternity
ernity fraternity is bad for an individual but
a system that tends to keep out
a small group is evil. The explan explanation
ation explanation lies in the fact that the frat fraternities
ernities fraternities as an organized group have
conviced a great deal of society
that fraternity men are in and
independents are out, and that
pledging is a test to see if one
can get along in society. The pledge
who is blackballed, feels that he
is a failure in life and not suit suitable
able suitable to people. This can quite ser seriously
iously seriously effect his future and quite
often cause great psychological da damage.
mage. damage. I am not saying that this is
simply a possibility in theory, but
that it is a fact. I have seen cases
where blackballed pledges have
completely lost all self-confidence
and have been forced to drop out
of school because of feelings of
shame and inability to concentrate
on studies. The same feeling (to
a smaller degree) is felt by an in individual
dividual individual who does not get a bid in
the first place..
I would also like to point out the
effects of this system upon the
brothers. Since all the brothers
were once pledges, they knew first
hand how the pledge feels. But,
the longer they remain under the
influence of the narrow standards
of their fraternity the more they
are convinced that tnere is no ex excuse
cuse excuse for not being like the brothers
in their house. A pledge who fails

in this respect must be blackballed,
for the good of the house. At
first the brothers feels some guilt
at hurting what may be a nice
guy, but after a few times it be becomes
comes becomes automatic. He develops an
attitude such that what he is doing
is right and he actually becomes in indignant
dignant indignant when his judgement is
questioned. Anyone who has never
been in a fraternity cannot possi possibly
bly possibly imagine how this feeling de develops
velops develops to a pitch where even a
brother who is friendly with
a pledge will blackball his or con condone
done condone the pledges blackball by one
of his brothers. I have wit witnessed
nessed witnessed this time and again.
In some cases the blackball
comes as a shock to a pledge who
has tried hard to meet the fra fraternitys
ternitys fraternitys so called high ideals.
But, more often the pledge is
warned by a friend in the brother brotherhood
hood brotherhood and then must go through
the agonizing experience of trying
to impress the brother who
he knows is against him. There is
no one around to tell him that
there is no reason for him to have
to satisfy the very critical, and
quite often stupid standards
of someone no better than him.
There is no one who will encourage
him to act himself. There is no one
to tell him that he may very well
be a great asset to society and has
tremendous potential. Instead,
even his friends in the brotherhood
tell him he should plead to the
man who wears the brothers pin;
apologize for his different ways;
and sacrifice any remnant of pride
in his own individuality.
Some of the more sympathetic
fraternities help the situation a
little by increasing the required
number to blackball or doing away
with it altogether. But any fra fraternity
ternity fraternity has some method of select selecting
ing selecting and washing out prospective
brothers. The pain may be lessen lessened
ed lessened but the evil will always be pre present
sent present as long as the principles of
fraternity remain.
The fraternities answer to this
is, Life if full of cruelties, so
why fight it?. Well even if you
cant fight the cruelties of later
life, (an attitude which seems to
make any hop for bettering the
world pretty dim) there is no need
to create new ones. Besides this,
as I have shown the brother begins
to accept this as a necessity noT
a cruelty.

More Courses Dropped With Trimester

On Thursday, November 21, the
Gainesville Sun carried a page pageone
one pageone news item and headlines per pertaining
taining pertaining to some effects of the tran transition
sition transition to the trimester calendar on
student performance. The item
carried the headlines Contin Continuation
uation Continuation of Trend and Trimester
Grades Go Up. It reported several
The conclusions included the fol following:
lowing: following: (1) Universitys grades
continue to reflect the higher qual quality
ity quality student in attendance. (2) The
preliminary study indicates the
trimester calendar has not adver adversely
sely adversely affected the upward trend.
(3) Then, making a direct quote
from a University report: This
trend is completely compatible
with the fact that the University
of Flroida is attracting an increas increasing
ing increasing percent of the top high school
graduates and has raised its ad admission
mission admission standards during the past
few years.
Now, I respectively submit that
these conclusions were drawn and
or reported in a biased and un unobjective
objective unobjective manner. There are other
problems involved in the reporting
in question. We deal, however,
with only the most practical and
less technical of these problems.
The major facts to be interpreted
by the newspaper report in ques question
tion question were these:
(1) The percentage of high grades
(e.g., As and Bs) received by stu students
dents students increased.
(2) The percentage of low grades
(e.g., Ds and Es) received by stu students
dents students declined.


Good For The Germans

Although the article by Mr.
Boehm on German higher ed education
ucation education (November 26) is infor informative,
mative, informative, it presents only one side
of the picture. German university
life is not quite as ideal as Mr.
Boehm implies. Drawing on the
experience of my own three years
at the University of Hamburg, I
make the following observations.
First, it is true, as Mr. Boehm
says, that the German high school
graduate has obtained more know knowledge
ledge knowledge than his American counter counterpart.
part. counterpart. However, a relatively small
number of German young people
has the benefit of a Gynnasium
(the university-preparatory high
school) education, and of those who
do survive it, a still smaller per percentage
centage percentage goes on to a university.
In spite of the tremendous post postwar
war postwar increase in the university pop population,
ulation, population, the opportunity for a high higher
er higher education is available to a min minority.
ority. minority. German higher education,
conceived under a rigid class sys system,
tem, system, is struggling with the pro problem
blem problem of adapting itself to a dem democratic
ocratic democratic society and is, as a re result,
sult, result, considerable behind the times
In its utilization of its potential
Second, the individual who does
enter the German university finds
a good deal of the much-vaunted
academic freedom of little value.
Most of the students I met would
have been happier with more guid guiddance
dance guiddance and a better indication of
where they stood at the various
stages of their programs. More
and more of them are submitting
voluntarily to semester finals not
only as a prerequisite for re receiving
ceiving receiving financial aid but in order
to have their progress evaluated.
Mr. Boehm failed to mention,
moreover, that most German stu students
dents students (depending on their fields)

(3) There was a reduction in
the total number of credits earned
by the students despite an increase
in enrollment.
But, this latter fact could be in interpreted
terpreted interpreted to mean that there was
an increase in the proportion of
courses dropped, including drops
after the formal drop date and with without
out without the receipt of failing grades.
Whether this interpretation is sup supported
ported supported by the data is crucial. Since
the newspaper failed to report this
crucial data, we will proceed on
the assumption that there was an
increase in the proportion of
courses dropped, especially those
dropped after the drop date.
On the latter assumption, and al allowing
lowing allowing for the student's practice of
dropping courses they would other otherwise
wise otherwise fail or pass with the grade of
D, I submit that all of the above
facts can be explained. The drop dropping
ping dropping of courses would have two
(1) that of decreasing the pro proportion
portion proportion of Ds and Es received by

Letter From India

(Editors Note: This letter was
written to a UF faculty member
from a friend in India.)
Dear Dr. Jourard,
We were stunned to hear of the
shocking news of your great Pre President
sident President John F. Kennedys assas assassination
sination assassination at such a critical time in
the worlds history when his need

study ten, twelve, fourteen or more
semesters toward their all allimportant
important allimportant final exams, and even
then they have not earned the doc doctorate
torate doctorate but only the permission of
the state examiners to begin the
elementary post-academic steps
toward their careers.
Third, the graduate school
atmosphere of the German uni university
versity university can be illusory. True, the
student may attend any lecture he
wishes in his field (provided there
is room in the overcrowded lec lecture
ture lecture halls), but in order to par participate
ticipate participate in the seminars necessarv
for graduation, he will find him himself
self himself required to first complete
certain pre-seminars (for which
he writes papers, has his atten attendence
dence attendence checked, and receives a
grade) that are no more difficult
than the American undergi cdi-ate
courses. Furthermore, he often
finds the pre-seminars and the
seminars themselves taught by a
graduate assistant or an incipient
young instructor instead of by the
renowned scholar whose name is
listed after the course in the cat catalogue.
alogue. catalogue. Nor do most students de devote
vote devote the long vacations to inde independent
pendent independent study. Instead, they work
at temporary jobs to pay for the
coming semester and catch up on
assigned papers from the preced preceding
ing preceding semester.
German education, like most
European education, is good, but
it is good for the European con context
text context alone. And even there,
the trend toward adopting certain
American university practices in indicates
dicates indicates inadequacies that we have
been spared and that we certainly
should not, in the name of a vague
ideal, incorporate into our own
Robert Detweiler
A.sst. Prolessor of English

the students, and, at the same time,
and as a consequence of the latter
(2) that of increasing the As and
Bs as a proportion of total grades
The practice of dropping
courses, especially under the tri trimester,
mester, trimester, could explain all of the
facts reported by the Gainesville
Suns item. Yet references to this
crucial question were omitted in
the reporting of the facts by the
Sun. Perhaps, they were also o omitted
mitted omitted in the drawing of conclu conclusions
sions conclusions in the University report cited
by the Sun.
The Suns item indicated that
a subsequent study will give ad additional
ditional additional information. This is to
provide a more accurate basij of
Thus, we may hope that the above
omissions will be subsequently re reported.
ported. reported.
William J. Frazer, Jr.
Assistant Professor of Finance

was most felt. He was not only the
President of the U.S.A. but also
the president of the hearts of mil millions
lions millions and millions of people all over
the globe who believed in his ideas
of peace, dignity of man and ec economic
onomic economic and social justice. He was
extremely popular in our country.
We regarded him as a very great
and sincere friend of all the In Indians.
dians. Indians.
He was the apostle of peace and
liberty, ever eager not only to do
his best for the underprivileged
everywhere in the world, but also
to see to it that he succeeded in
doing something practical about
He achieved so much of great greatness
ness greatness and popularity at his age of
46. What wonders he might have
achieved had fate spared him for
a few more years.
We loved him so much as we love
Jawaharlal Nehru. Never has afor aforeign
eign aforeign hero been so popular in our
We sadly mourn his departue.
How promptly he responded to In Indias
dias Indias call when she was invaded
last year by the Chinese. We will
ever be grateful for that.
We convey our deepest sym sympathies
pathies sympathies to the Kennedys and to the
American people.
O. P. Vats

Berlin: The Broken City: A Special
45-page Supplement. A border guard
lieutenant, an East German textbook
editor, distinguished Berlin novelist
Gunter Grass and 7 other informed
observers report on: the Political
Cabarets, The Young Germans, Why
t>. i Guards Defect, Writers in Berlin,
Berlin's Economic Future, and other
subjects. Plus a photographic report
on the rebuilding of Berlin.
The Supreme Court and Its Critics:
Judge Irving R. Kaufman discusses
the extent to which the Supreme Court
appears to have taken on an educative
function and how such change can
be justified.
Stories and Poems by: Dudley Fitts,
N. J. Berrill, Ted Hughes,
Peter Davison, Muriel
Rukeyser, Sallie MifZfZr
Bingham, Jesse Hill /namM*
Ford, Jeannette / Ji
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Wednesday,Dec.4, 1963 The Florida Alligator

"No, we're not GRAVES
recruiting Negro
special H
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"Soon To Be A Collector's Item"

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The Florida Alligator Wednesday Dec.4,l963

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LOST Loose leaf notebook and
C 51 Testbook -by Armory* Re Reward
ward Reward offered call Dave Adams.
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LOST Tennis racket, press and
cover 11/27/63 by Norman Courts.
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Help Wanted

HELP WANTED Male or female
to sell inexpensive jewelry before
Christmas. For appointment call
2-0481. (E-61-st-c).

I HEELS put on in 5 minute* V
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WE BOUGHT IT NEW from Ger Germany
many Germany but our family keeps
growing. Must sell. 1960 Opel
Caravan wagon. $675.Ca112-8313.
1956 BUICK hardtop coupe, fully
equipped. White wall tires, good
condition. First $275 takes.
6-6483. (G-61-3t-c).
1957 FORD Convertible. R and
H, power steering, brakes, excel excellent
lent excellent condition. Main St. Gulf
Station. 6-6403. $395.(G-62-st-c).
265 H.P. V-8, Duntov, F.I. Pis Pistons,
tons, Pistons, 2-4 BBLS, 4-11 inch finned
aluminum brake drums, locked
rear end, 3 SP Corvette Box,
4 extra wire wheels, new top and
interior upholstry, roll bar.
Driven only to church on Sunday
by an old lady! Needs engine
work and paint S7OO. Firm. Call
6-0972 after 6 p.m. (G-62-4t-c).
1962 AUSTIN HEALEY 3,000
Mark 11, Blue, leather interior,
heater, radio, overdrive, good
condition. $2,295. Call Ed 6-1094
or Sandra after 5 6-5448. (G-62-
1957 PLYMOUTH convertible convertiblepower
power convertiblepower steering, radio, white walls,
carpeting. Clean condition. $395
cash. Call Charles Stuzin FR
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Attention SENIOR and GRADUATE MEN Students
WHO NEED SOME FINANCIAL HELP IN order to compute their
A Non-Profit Educational Fdn. 610 ENDICOTT BLDG., ST. PAUL 1, MINN.

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jj Wanted

thru Jan. 5 wife (graduate student
at Peabody College) Visiting dur during
ing during Christmas Holidays. No child children.
ren. children. Need furnished apartment.
FR 6-3261 ext. 2558. James Chu
(Graduate Student ). (C-60-2t-c).

For Sale

SIX KITTENS, 8-week-old,black,
black-on-black and calico. For
sale for 10? each from Eileen
Addis. Call Mclntosh Exchange
591-2126 or my daddy in the Stu Student
dent Student Publications office.
NEW and USED Band Instruments,
Guitars and Amplifiers. Music
and Acessories. Complete
SHOP on Premises. Derda Music
Co., 632 N.W. 13th St'. Phone:
2-6715 (Just 6 blocks North of
Campus.) (A-41-ts-c).
NEW HOMES --in park-like set setting.
ting. setting. Brick or block choice lots
still available. VA FHA
financing. PINE FOREST by Hugh
Edwards, he, N.E. 16th Ave. and
15th Street 372-1551. (A-55-ts-c).
Sale. 8 x 30, ideal for students.
Located in nice park. Call 6 -9689
or 2-1552. (A-56-tf-nc).

For Sale j

SAVE SSO on 1963 Raleigh motor
bike. Tool Kit and air pump
included free. Phone Bob Prager,
6-9142, 318 Trusler. (A-61-3t-c).
country. For sale classical guitar
with case, Smith Corona portable
typewriter, barbecue grill, lamps,
bookcase. 1216 N.W. 23rd Blvd.
After 4 p.m. (A-61-3t-p).
TWO NEARLY newbikes ForSale.
Very good condition. Call 2-6278
before 9:30 a.m. or after 9:30p.m.
FOR SALE 113 N. W. 25th St.
CENTRAL .HEAT, paved street,
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For Sale

utilities furnished except gas for
cooking. Share a bath, $45 month
FR 2-7366 after 5:00 p.m. All
day weekends. (B-56-ts-c).
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2 or 3 men, SB4 per mo. Tenant
pays electric. Call FR 6-4353
evenings. (B-60-ts-c).
. HOUSE FOR RENT 3 or 4 male
or female students. In country
8 miles from campus. Available
Jan Ist for trimester. SIOO for
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call 2-0481. (B-61-st-c).
ATTRACTIVE bright, clean, warm
room for male student available
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DOUBLE ROOMS for rent. Pri Private
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Clean, light, airy rooms. $22.50
per person per month. Call Davids
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Gators Off To Good Start, 78-55

Harriers End
Season Third
In Conference
The Florida cross country team
closed out the season Monday with
two almost victories. v
The varsity was third in the
Southeastern Conference (SEC)
championships in Atlanta behind
Tennessee and Auburn, both of
which had been beaten by the Ga Gator
tor Gator harriers earlier.
Tennessee swept the first five
places and seventh. Auburn had
sixth, Georgia Tech eighth, Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky ninth and Floridas Charles
Goodyear rounded out the top ten
for All-SEC honors.
Tommy Harrell, Jim Brown and
Bill Opperman also defeated Jim Jimmy
my Jimmy Taylor who had won the meet
the past two years for Miss. State.
Deiter Gebhard represented
Florida in the freshman contest
and finished fifth.
Thanksgiving Day, David Wil Wilson
son Wilson and Don Hale of the fresh freshmen
men freshmen and Brown, Harrell and Good Goodyear
year Goodyear ran in a five mile handicap
road run throught the streets of
New Orleans. If the SEC rules
allowed them running as a team,
they would have won the college
team trophy.
The fourth and fifth best times
were turned in by Goodyear and

c Gator Classifieds^
The greatest achievement of the
scientific age may yet be its ;
preparation of the human mind
for an ultimate science. The
Principle ofthis Science would
have to be God. bs law would be
absolute Love, a force were
only beginning to understand.
A one-hour lecture on this sub subject
ject subject will be given by Geith A.
Plimmer of The Christian
Science Board of Lectureship.
Everyone is welcome.
[Christian Science lecfe
8:00 pm Friday,Dec.6
Methodist Student Center
Sponosred by Christian

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Southeastern Conference Standings

Conference Games All Games
x-Mississippi\ 5 0 1 .917 146 27 7 0 2 .889 207 33
Auburn 6\ 1 0 .857 119 74 9 1 0 .900 189 103
y-Alabama 6 \ 0 .750 177 63 7 2 0 .778 198 76
Mississippi St. 4 1 2 .714 96 65 6 2 2 .700 169 82
Louisiana St. 4 2 0 .667 78 57 7 3 0 .700 135 98
Georgia Tech 4 3 0 -.571 102 75 7 3 0 .700 173 89
FLORIDA 3 3 1 .500 61 71' 6 3 1 .650 130 120
Tennessee 3 5 0 .375 85 108 5 5 0 .500 168 127
Georgia 2 4 0 .333 58 95 4 5 1 .450 133 151
Vanderbilt 0 5 2 .143 23 113 17 2 .200 73 146
Kentucky 0 5 1 .083 41 90 3 6 1 .350 142 168
Tulane 0 6 1 .071 23 152 1 8 1 .150 43 191
(Ties count as one-half game won, one-half game lost.)
x-Defending conference champions.
y-Alabama still has one game remaining to play, a Dec.
14 date with Miami.

1 Yes, the new GREYPUP shuttle bus has |
started running its campus-downtown
route for all UF students. An orange and
I blue Volkswagen bus, the GREYPUP, |
e will pi ck you up at (1) University and
13th, (2) Tigert Hall and (3) Yulee area |
on 13th, (4) Radio Road and 13th from
10 am to 7 pm Monday through Saturday.
| Every 30 minutes the GREYPUP will take |
you downtown and bring you back for free
during December. Can you think of an easier
way to do your Christmas shopping?
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Wednesday,Dec.4,l963 The Florida Alligator

Os The Gator Staff
A combination of speed, height, and hustle gave head coach Norm
Sloans Gator basketball team an impressive 78-55 victory over out outmanned
manned outmanned Florida State, befor 7,000 enthusiastic fans in Florida Bym.
Tom Baxley led all scorers with 22 points, but was only one of three
Florida players who was in double figures. Brooks Henderson and
Mont Highly stuffed the baskets with 14 points each.
Richard Peek and Highly, the two big men in Floridas front line
along with Henderson, completely controlled both backboards as the
smaller Seminoles struggled in vain to grab rebounds.
Florida jumped to a quick 9-0 lead earlier in the first half and was
never headed. Closest the Seminoles could come in the first half
was four points with about 16 minutes left to play. At one time Florida
held a 24 point lead. They went into the dressing room 22 points ahead.
Dick Tomlinson started things off for the Gators with a 20-foot jump
shot in the first few seconds of play. Tomlinson got the next two points
also on a tip-in.
Floridas sharp-shooting guard Tom Baxley kept the pressure on
the FSU defense all night with his 20 and 30 foot jump shots and his
driving layups. Baxley scored 12 of the first hall Gator tallies.
The other half of Floridas guard duo, Henderson, was hampered
by foul trouble. Three quick ones were called on Henderson and he
had to sit out the last part of the first half. However, he came right
back in the second half and scored the first 4 points for the Gators.
In the second half, the Gators continued to apply the pressure.
The Seminoles never came within 20 points of the Gators all during
the second stanza.
At one point Florida lead by as many as 31. With less than four min minutes
utes minutes left to play, Sloan started filling in with his bench. This is when
the Seminoles scored most of their points.
We have a one-game winning streak going and it feels real nice,
said an elated Norm Sloan after the game.
The Baby Gators also started their season on a high note as they
downed the FSU freshman team 68-62. Florida jumped off to a 16-3
lead early in the first half and the Seminoles never caught up. High
scorers for Florida were Harry Winkler and Wally Murray each with
17 points.

See? No springs.
Volkswagens have torsion bars instead of
springs. They run horizontally between the wheels.
This is how they work.
Take a 3-foot steel ruler.
Hold one end in each hand and twist.
Let one end go.
It bounces right back to shape, without going
boing, boing, boing.
The same thing happens when you drive a VW
over a bump. You sit and wait for the next bounce,
only it never comes."
The Volkswagen has separate torsion bars On
all 4 wheels. So each wheel feels its own separate
, way over the road (and spends more time in touch
with the road).
You get a firm, solid ride, with exceptionally
accurate control.
Torsion bars alone arent unique.
Nor is 4-wheel independent suspension.
But the combination of both systems is ex extremely
tremely extremely rare.
You can count all the sedans that have it on
one finger.
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