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University Of South Florida Campus Edition THE TAMPA TIMES Grebstein Reinstated With Censure YEAR-No. 245 TAMPA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1962 PRICE FIVE CENTS BULLETIN Grebstein Reinstated By Allen President John S. Allen Satur day a c c e p t e d the unanimous recommendation of a nine man faculty committee and re turned Dr. Sheldon N. Grebstein to his duties as assistant professor of English. Grebstein was suspended by Allen Oct. 19 , following com plaints the professor had dis tributed an allegedly salacious book review to his advanced writing class. In reinstating Grebstein, Allen said, "We want him to be a good teacher and scholar at the University of Soutb Therefore, I have reinstated Dr. Grebstein as assistant professor at the university with a censure for poor judgment in this instance." In keeping with board of con trol policy, Grebstein has re mained on the university pay roll since his suspension. His reinstatement is effective im mediately, and he was to ret>ume his teaching duties today. 'Fiies1 Is 2nd AII-U University Choir Concert Cancelled • USF Fine Arts Division an nounces the cancellation of the University Choir Concert sched uled for Tuesday, Nov. 27, at 8 :30 p.m. The University Choir and the University Community -Choir will combine with the Univer-5ity Orchestra in the World Premier of P a u 1 Creston's "Isaiah's Prophesy" on Dec . 9 and 10, on campus. ANYONE FOR PING PONG -USF l'hoto This member of the Thai dancing group, the Phakavali 's, took time off, about fom hour's worth , for some ping pong in the USF recreation r o o m. The dance group was on campus last week for a performance. It seems that the lure of the recreation room is irresistible to everyone. HOLIDAY ACTIVITIES Worship, Lecture Set For Thanksgiving Day • C .tt 0 Movie, Dance To -Provide ommi ee n Standards Is Recreation on Thursday Social Guide ---------------------------------------------------Little Man on Campus 1 Thanksgiving on campus will be sponsored by the University Religious Council, Thursday,' :Nov. 22. Carol Kast, program chairman o f t h e URC an. nounces a varied program of activities including \V or ship services, speaker, and afternoon recreation. Sometimes these AllUniversity tests are worded in such a way as to shock a student's entire nervous system. STUDENTS REMISS Morning servi ces will begin the holiday in the TA at 10 a.m. The morning prayer serv ice conducted by Father J. Fred Dickman, lecturer of psychol ogy at USF, is open to all mem bers of the University Commu nity . Winthrop To Speak A t 11 a.m ., Dr. Henry A. Winthrop, associate professor of social science, will lecture in the TA on "Pilgrim's Progress," the undergraduate student's conilicts and growth in rell gious thought. Tables will be arranged in banquet style for Thanksgiving dinner to be served in the UC cafeteria from noon to 1 p.m. Food card. s will be honored. Thursday afternoon events will include a dance in the ball room from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. The recreation room will also be open from 1-6 p.m. "The Story of Ruth," a movie , will play from 2-4 p.m. in the 'TA. Both the movie and the dance are free of charge. The URC invites all students, staff and their guests to join them in the Thanksgiving fes tivities. Reporter Sees USF Deans As 1MisUnderstood People1


THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, November 19, 1962 TIPS FOR ORNAMENTALS i Autumn Is Time I I Of Brilliant Color I ij 11 galax, magnolia, oak, maple, and other !% matenals can be us e d for the color10g and preserv10g l'::i project, Dr. E. W. McElwee, head of the Ornamental Horti@ cultl;lre Department at the University of R* m Flonda, suggests. :m f As the first set in this project, remove lt the green or natural c o 1 o r of the foliage lilf selected by immersing it in Javelle water. \\ To make this solution, mix four (4) pounds # j of sodium carbonate with one gallon of FOUR DIE ON HIGHWAYS State Weekend Death Toll Nine By Associated Press A 50-year-old Parrish Negro, W , N. Wahl suffocated in his At least nine people were Martin Gilbert, died Saturday St. Petersburg house trailer killed in weekend Fl?rida accinight Bradenton after a lawn Saturday because of an oil dents, although the Hlghway mower severed his right l . eg. heater's faulty ventilation. only four traffic Richard 47, of WilTwo drowned in sep-A 19-year-old Georgia girl, liston, acc1dentally shot arate 10Cidents, Mrs. Beatnce Gloria Timmons of Arlington, self to, death Saturday wh1le Ladontec, 59, of St. Pet ersburg, was killed Sunday when her car watlng be.side the road for hunt-and Mrs. Francis Corwin, 54, of spun off the road n o r t h of ing companions. Miami. Macclenny. In other Sunday traffic acci[ dents, Henry Irby, 27, of Miami , was killed when he lost control of his car; an d George Von Axelson, 30, died in a head-on collision near his Milton home. Sandra Sopka , 18, of Tampa; was killed Saturday night. to all . AUTHORS this area ... • 1n V water, and boil 10 minutes. To this, add lM F one pound of chloride of lime. Then cool @ Antique Qbiects a the solution and strain. s 1 Fr Old J A representative of a well\known New York publishing house will soon be in Tampa to interview writers. His purpose is fo uneover manuscripts worthy of publication. Fiction, n'on-fiction, poetry, specialized and even controversial subjects will be considered. Caution: Us glass, wooden or enameled @ -CAP Wirephoto) tO en Om a1 n containers as this solution is very corrosive. t1 HITTING THE BEACH INDEPENDENCE, Mo., Nov. Also protect your hands and clothing. m A machine gunner is tossed and another soldier jarred as a Jeep of the First 19 (JP)-A watch once owned by H For 1eaves high in tannin-such as oak $ Armored Division bits the beach from the end of a 500-foot steel "causeway" onto William Clarke Quantrill, southJorgensen -or delicate foliage-such as maidenhair k b h t h" I 1 d Fl "d Th ' ti t k 1 th first r games ern guerrilla leader in the Civil [) fern-dilute Javelle water with one-fourth volume of W the eac at Hu c mson s an ' on a. e ac on 0 P ace m e wa War, was among nine objects requires up to 12 hours depending on D th • T A Anti-Vivisectionists t,::1 After bleaching, w.ash plant material thoroughly in t.l ea s In am pa rea on the ar:ticles, owned by the ij running water. Next, dye foliage the desired color. The m Pick Nixon for Post Jackson County Historical So-h dye should be warm, but not boiling. After dyeing , M WASHINGTON, Nov. 1 9 !UPD ciecy. The objects included a M wash fohage to remove excess dye. lji; MISS . SANDRA LEE SOPKA HENRY J. 1\IORROW -The National Anti-Vivisection Derringer pistol, a rifle, a navy % Now, soak dyed foliage for 30 minutes to one hour in li S ld h1s . lon g while you are tn solitary con -Funeral Notices months of lmpriso!lment 10 the f in e m e n t. You can't see and no_ t -s o-C'Old war m Southeast yuu don't know what i s going As1a . . . . on. How ever, I did k eep in At h1s sid_e were MaJ. mind that r was an American r e n ee R. Ba1ley, f<;>rmer ass1stsoldier and that I h a d God with ant army attache m Laos , and me, and I prayed frequently, NBC news cameraman Grant F. and every time I go t in periods Non-surCJical treatment PROSTATE CJiand. of disg ust or feeling sorry for myself, I just prayed. "I also remembered the 23rd psalm that I hadn' t said since I was HERNIA & HEMORRHOIDS a small c hild . 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Inter .. ment will be in the Garden o f Me morie• Cemetery. P allbearers will he: K u rt R. Behnke, Carl M. Behnke, Carl H . Behnke, Walter E . Behnke, Richard K. Behnke and Hollis Arnold, Honorary bearers will be: Carl Dahl, Edward Noden, Lamar Dozier, Her man Ballew, Donald Forbes, and Horace Coker. The remains will Jle in state a t the Church from 1 :00 o'clock until time of service. PLEASE OMIT FLOWERS and M emoria l con. tributlons can be m ade to the St. Johns Lutheran Church Pew Fund. Arrangemen ts by the F. T, Blount Company Fu n e ra l Home. JONES, JAMES W . -Mr. James W . ' Jones, age 58 of 6408 Centr a l Avenue, passed away Stmday morning at his residence. Funeral services will be held T uesday morning at 11 : 00 o 'clock Rev. Robert Ford, pastor of the North Tamya Presbyterian Church, offic i ating. n t e r m e n t will be in Myrtle Hill Cemetery .. PENZATO, MRS . ROSALIAFuneral services for Mrs . Rosalia Penzal o , 79, o f 2009 N. Armenia Ave. will be held Monday at 4 p . m . from the A . P . Boz a W. Tampa Chapel with interment in Woodlawn Cemetery. Pallbearers: Pete Giglia, Angelo Giglia Jr., Sam, Joe and Angelo Diaz and Doming o Diaz Jr. THE TAMPA TIMES Publishe d e T e n l n 1r a Konday throuJ"h Saturday by The Tribune from The Tribune Bulld-elau malter at the Pool Ofnce at Tampa, Florida, UDder lhe A c t of Marc h 3. 1879. Subocrlpllo n Jtates: By carrier 30o per wcetu by c:arrler or mall three montltt S 3.96i alx monlho $7.80J ..,e year Slli. SO. Subocripllon p&J&ble In adunee . Member of Pr eu. Member of ADdll BU>e&1l ot Clr ealallo .. Sister Mary M aurelia, hos pital administrator, said the child was doin g well. The baby was wrapped in a blanket from which laundry markings had been removed. • IM,&ftfAL CROWN FOUft'OOOA BERN'S STEAK HOUSE 1208 South Howard Phone 253-11302. 252-38tl 4. Blli:B. N. Ba7shore Ron! Hotel Avai la ble all Maas' Stores e"cept . 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I, USIS STRAIGHT-T Florida Goes ,Old Fashioned' To Win By BILL BLODGETT Times Sports Editor GAINESVILLE-A forma tion that was so old it was new; a phase of football which requir.ed ' two years to perfect; and two individual outstand ing, plays were key factors in Flotida's defeat of Florida State here Saturday. Taking first thing's first, the formation: It is actually so old -so familiar -that it went un noticed by many. It is simply the basic-T •.. the "dead-T" ... the "tight-T" .•• which ever you prefer. It was not devised by Gator'ilide Pepper Rodgers, as so tnany of Flori da's "tricky'" formations are. In fact, Rodgers wasn't even born when the play was first used. BUT IT was injected into the Gator offense for the first time this season at precisely the right time, and provided the "wrinkle" needed. A diagram, found accom panying this article, tells the story. Rodgers knew that Florida State' s defense would key on the men-in-motion or the slot-backs, a formation used by the Gators all season. Thus, to befuddle the defense, he merely stacked the full back and halfbacks together in the backfield • • • and let the defense try to figure which one would draw the as, OLD ,, e • • • • • , . .... .... signment. They never figured it out. RODGERS also knew that flashy halfback Larry Dupree would receive the majority of the defense's attention. Thus, another reason for the "T", Specifically here's what the "T" did: . 1. Allowed Dupree to gain 55 yards (most by any back on either team) in 17 carries, which were p e r h a p s the toughest yards of his. career. 2 . Let end Bruce Starling loose for the touchdown play that put Florida within one point of the Seminoles. In fact, the play received a trial run prior to the actual score. "WHEN I ran my pattern, I was wide open," said Star ling. "So, I went back to the huddle and asked Shannon (quarterback Tom) to run the same play. -Photos b1 White1 Irwin THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, November 19, 1962 WHAT HAPPENED? Sammy, Ponder By JOE MICHAELS Times Sports Correspondent TALLAHASSEE Chief Sammy S e m in o I e walked briskly into the big tepee, a big smile across his weathered face, and slapped Head Coach Bill Peterson on the back: "Don't you worry Pete. Your Braves pI a y g o ' o d game against Florida, even if they lose 20-7. You get another chance with big war party in 12 moons." But the effort by the usual ly pessimistic Sammy didn't work. Peterson w a s glum and downcast and he made no bones about it." Peterson FSU Loss 21 •• NE'W' "He did , and it worked," beamed Starling. INFANTE WATCHES "THANKS S A M M Y," he said, "but we really thought this was the one we'd win. There are a lot of little things I could comp.lain about but basically they just overpowered us. They've got a fine ball club. That six-yard punt re turn by Hagood Clarke broke our back." • • • • • • • 3. Enabled halfback Ron Stoner to score Florida's third touchdown from four yards (JUt in the third quarter. 4. Enabled Florida to pick up 119 yards rushing and 93 passing for a 212-yard total, among the top efforts against the Seminoles all season. . University of Florida co-captain, Lindy Infante, sidelined for the remainder of the s e a s o n several weeks ago, appears to be having some anxious mo ments as he watches his mates toil against FSU. "You heap big right," said :.' :. -. Billboard (Continued from Page 18) Florida's first touchdown, when the Seminole Renegades (defensive unit) forced the Gators to attempt a field goal on the seven-yard line. It failed, when FSU's line backer Gene McDowell blocked the kick. Lasky WILL Be Back One of the last men out of the shower was strapping 260-pound tackle Frank Lasky, easily the biggest con siste ncy in the Gator line this year. We chatted with Lasky briefly, and he divulged the following information which ought to start the 1963 ticket sales booming ••. and simultaneously strike fear into the hearts of next year's foes. "My grades? Coming along fine," said Lasky , "I'm not burning up any books .•. but I'm well above a 3.0 ("C") average, and that's what I need, I can give the credit for that, though, to my wife, Jody," he con tinued. "Yo u know, while I was at junior college last year CN. E. Oklahoma) a good friend of mine (John Simmons, J . C. All-America) said 'Frank • • • I gotta blind date for you.' Well, I haven't been too successful on blind dates • • • but I decided to go. That's when he intro duced me to Jody. "We got married this past June ••• and it's one of the things that really helped me. "You see," he said quite frankly, "I made first string tackle here at Florida my sophomore year. Then, I got the big-head • . . thought that the university surely WOULDN'T flunlt me out of school. Not a first string tackle. "I found out different, and wound up at Junior '-college the next year. "But now, I know what I want .•• and that I can get it. This is my toughest semester, I figure, and to Jody, I'm to be all right," Lasky con1rtnued. And what does she do, Lasky was asked. "Well, there will be times when I'll get home from practice and be so tired I just want to fall in b ed. Jody fixes me something cold to drink, and then either reads my assignments to me ••. or goes over them with me, asking questions, and so on. RODGERS explained t h e play as "the same one we have been running all season ... but we just started from the "T" this time, rather than from the set man in either formation (the slot-back or man-in-motion)." The next p o i n t was the football fundamental -punt returns and punt coverage. This is assistant Jack Green's department and he said: "It took us two years to get our punt returns work ing like they did today. Look at that, " he said, pointing to the statistics. "We bad 119 yards in punt returns, and we held them to eight." Included in Florida's 119 yards was Hagood Clarke's 63 yard return for the Gators' second touchdown -and the one recognized as breaking the Seminoles' back. Included also was the 36-yard punt return by halfback Bob Hoover to t he FSU 21-yard line . In all, Florida's punt re turns, and punt c o v e r a g e (FSU returned just two of six for eight yards) was the best effort for the Gators in the past three years. THE LAST point was the two key plays, both of which had tackle Frank Lasky at the helm, were in the third quar ter, and in v o 1 v e d 16-yard losse s. The first came in a critical third down, seve n yards-to-go situation for Florida State on their own 49-yard-line. Lasky smashed off tackle to throw Feely for a 16 yard loss. This forced the Seminoles to punt to Clark, the one that resulted in the 63-yard dash. Afterward, Clark said: "I messed up on that pass play to Ken Russom (setting up FSU's lone touchdown) and this (Clarke's touchdown run> k Sammy, "Your Braves had was a good way to ma e up scalps half tucked in their for it." belts first half of game. Too THE SECOND play hap-bad they couldn't have gone pened near the conclusion of back to reservation then." the third quarter, w itb Flori-At that Pete couldn't resist da State on the Gator seven a slight smile. "You're so-so yard line, and a second-andright, Sammy. We bad all the four situation. Quarterback best of it for the first ,half Steve Tensi was thrown for unfortunately, we t do a 1 6-yard loss by Lasky, Den• hke O';!r f_orefathers d1d and nls Murphy and Sam Holland, stop ftghtmg when they got forcing FSU into a third-andr eady. We had to and 20 play, and, eventually, a the second half. loss of the ball to Florida via Y U R do downs . good JOb tomahawking that Unanimous opinion had it Larr Dupree .brave but that that if Florida State would Fl?r1da blockmg was some have scored at that time, and tJ:m gto watch .. war s i n c e the Seminoles were r10rs were droppmg hke sol moving the ball excellently by diers at Custer's last stand." the air lanes they would "And how, to borrow one have had an en'tire quarter in of.your favorite _expressions," which to possibly push over sa1d Pete. The1r downfield the third and deciding touchblockin g was simply terrific, down. especially on those two key SAMMY ISN'T HAPPY But, as Peterson phrased it: punt returns. I looked up "Florida was the better team and all I could see was blue today ••. and that was the jersies." Regular . Times Correspondent, Sammy Seminole, does not appear to be having a good time at the Flor ida-FSU game. For critique, see the accompanying story this page. difference." "Those Gators not same band of warriors t h a t got scalped three times earlier this season," said Sammy, "They've improved tremendously since the first game and you'll notice a lot of their Graves, Gus Next Week The regular weekly feature portraying first person ac counts of the upcoming Uni versity of Florida football game will not appear today because of the Gators' week off. The feature will resume next Monday, when Head Coach Ray Graves and Uni versity of Miami mentor Andy Gustafson give their views on the upcoming season-ending contest in the Orange Bowl. best ball is being played by sophomores and juniors who'll be back for another year or two. They going to be right to beat from now on, even when we play them on our home field in 1964." "You h eap big right," said Sammy. "What you think about battle next week with Auburn Tigers." "Well, we're going to do • our very best," said Pete, "and I think we've g o t a fighting chance. Of course, they'll be storming mad after being upset by Georgia Saturday." "YOU GOT heap big fight on hands, Pete," said Sammy . "But you still got brave band of warriors. They might sur prise you next week" "They won't surprise me at all," said Pete, puffing out his Late Football Scores SOUTH McMurry, Tex. 22, Louisiana Col Louisiana State 28, Mississippi State 0. lege 8. LouisVille 14, North Texas State 10. Texas Southern 18, Arkansas A & Wash. and Lee 22, Southwestern, M 12. Tenn. 0. East Central Ol<;la. 13, Tarleton Delta State 12, Northeast La. 0. State 3. Northwestern, La. St. 19, Southeast Central Okla. St. 33, Panhandle ern La. 6 . A & M o. Elon 31, Frederick Va. 6. Arkansas St. Coli. 18, South Dakota 0. East Tennessee 14, Newberry 12. Quachita 20, Millsaps 7 . St. Augustine's 18, Delaware State 6. Ark. State Teachers 19, Henderson 7. McNeese State 19 , Southwestern La. 0. Arkansas A & M 20, Southern State, Virginia Union 39, Hampton Inst. 14. Ark. 6. MIDWEST FAR WEST South Carolina 26, Detroit 13. Pomona 20, Occidental 0. Lincoln, Mo. 20, Langston, Okla. 2. Claremont-Mudd 26, Caltech T . Finday 6, Hillsdale 6, tie. Wlllamette 13, Central W ashingto n 6. chest a little more than usual. "I've said it before and I'll say it to anyone who will lis ten. This ball club is just a few mistakes a game away from being a great club. If we get those mistakes out of our system, we can play ball with anybody." ON THIS note Sammy left with a resounding "And how." WRESTLING ARMORY TUESDAY 8:30P.M. GRUDGE MATCH EDDIE GRAKAM AND DON CURTIS vs. DON GREENE GRAHAM AND SOUTHERN CHAMP THE GREAT MALENKO EUROPE'S ZORRO YS. MIKE PAIDOUSIS KANGAROOS YS. THE TWO STEVES "I just can't fool around now ... I got more than just me to worry about • • . and more than just one mouth to feed," Lasky concluded. SOUTHWEST Sound 26, Portland State 14. HOOVER FUMBLES • • • THIS TIME St. Univ. 45, New Mexico 3Wash . 7. Bob Hoover, Florida stylish halfback, fumbles on this play as rock-ribbed de 7& oTexu 7 _ st. 26, uruv. Calli., 5 BIG EVENTS RESERVATIONS AT 253l or 229-5571 It was well known that Lasky was a "100 per cent man" on the football field. Now, he proudly wears that distinction off the field. fense pays off. This, however, was not the case later, as the Gators defeated the T ex. L\ltheran 35, New Mex. W.h Fresno State 18, Univ. Pacific 13. lands 26. Linfield 13, Pacific, Ore. 0, Senrlnoles 20-7, i . Ole Miss Heading For Perfect Season By Associated Press bled Auburn 30-21 in an ofGeorgia Tech shoved Alafensive duel at Auburn, and bam'!. off its unbeaten football Xavier of Ohio shocked Lex pedestal, leavin g Missi ssippi ing ton folks by tripping Ken alone atop the Southeastern tucky 14-9 . Confreence standings today. Vanderbilt beat Tulane 20 0 Only an upset of gigantic prod d d 16 1 P ortions by Mississippi State an en e a -game osmg streak. can prevent the Rebels' first Top-ranked Alabama gam-perfect season in 70 years. bled for tw points and lost Auburn and Kentucky 7 6 to Tech in a leather joined llS victims of popping defensive collision in form reversalm a wav:e of upAtlanta. Ole Mis s , No. 3 in sets Saturday. Georgia curnmt A ss ociated rankNOW OPEN JAI-ALAI 7:45 P.M. IGHTLY (Exc:ept S11ndaysl ing s, s ubdued stubborn Ten n essee 19 -6, and lOth -ranked LSU routed Mis s issippi State 28-0 in a night g ame at Jack s on . Florida kept its bowl hopes f lickering with a 2 0 7 triumph over dangerous Flor ida State. A s kimpy s chedule this week finds LSU 7-1-1 closing its season against Tulane 0-9 at New Orl eans, Kentucky 2 5 -2 finishing against Tenn es see 3-5 at Knoxville a nd Au burn 6 -2 aiming for a bowl invitation against Florida State at Auburn. Seven SEC t eams have open dates. T h e bowl pictur e got no clearer. Alabama 8 1 was a cinch for t h e Orange Bowl with a victory over Tech, but committeemen were reportedly having second thoughts on the s ubject. Unquestionably, Alabama will wind up in a major bowl, however. Ole Miss is a . cinch for the Sugar Bowl, and sources close to LSU say the Tigers will accept a Cotton Bowl invita tion after beating Tulane. Georgia Tech was a prime favorit e to return to t h e Gator Bowl after upsetting Alabama . Auburn and Florida remained h opefu l. A bold try for victory ended in defeat for Alabama just as it did for LSU, similar l y equipped with a 19 -ga me win ning streak, at Tennes see three years ago. With the score 7 6 in the fourth quar ter, A l abama went for two points, and quarterback Jack Hurlbut was checked a yard short of the goa l line by Tech fullback Mike McName s . McName s led the Tech victory . H e intercepted a pass that set up a Tech score in the sec ond quarter, and he score d the touchdown on a 9 -yard run. Gator C ' agers Drill GAINESVILLE (Spec ial) F lorida 's varsity basketball team gets its first test of the season tonight when it faces the talented Baby Gator fresh man team in the annual dol lars for scholars game. All proceeds of the 8 p.m. F lorid a Gym b attle will go to the Dollar s for Scholars fund. "It will be an interesting game and I'm anxious to see the varsity play under game condition s," Sloan sa id Sun day. The varsity will start three sophomores guard Tom Bax l ey and Brook s Henderson and center Dick Tomlin so n. The forwards are junior Tay lor Stokes and senior Tom Barbee. Baxley and Henderson will be very interesting to watch as they are the two most pub licized sophomore basketball players in Florida cage hi s tory. The freshmen team will line up with Gary Keller and Ed Poore at forward s; Dan Gools by and Bruce Moore at g uards with Richard Peek a t center. Keller, 6-9, and Peek, 6-11, were hig h sc hool All Amer -SAT. :15 P.M. 5 E C S d icans last year and hav e tre• ta n I . n g s m e ndous pote ntial , accordin g to Sloan George So l omon. ORLANDO SEMINOLE FRONTON u.s. 17 . 92 Take Inter state 4 CONFERENCE W L T Pet. Pts. OP Mississippi . . . .................. 5 0 0 1.000 105 13 Alabama . . .................... 1 0 .833 149 27 Louisi ana State ................ 4 1 0 .800 75 23 Auburn ......................... 4 2 0 .667 88 96 .. i g state:::::::::::::: : i Jgg gi Bf Kentucky . . . . . . . .. .. • • • .. • .. .. • 1 3 1 .300 20 44 Tennessee . . . . . . . • . .. . . • . • . . . . . . 1 5 0 .167 68 108 Vanderbilt . . . . .. .. . .. .. . . . . . . . . 1 5 0 .167 34 111 Tulane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 6 0 . 000 40 190 (Ties count 'n game won, 'n game lost.) 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' '" . , . . "' ' \. . ''-'\, \ .. " ... THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, November 19, 1962 WHEN UNCONSCIOUS SPELLS POSSIBLE Armed Truce RESIGHT NEWS TRENDS ANALYSES GUIDES Pompidou May Get French Premiership Pre s i d en t Charles de Gaulle, according to offici a ls in Pari s who should know , plans to name Georges Pom pidou p r e m i e r of France again after the parliamentary general elections which will be completed n e x t Sunday. Pompidou he a d e d the last cabinet and is currently the lame-duck p r e m i e r . De Gaulle is said to be hopeful that Pompidou would get s upport fro m enoug h popular republicans and conservative AUCTION SALE Surplus . independents to form a coali tion government w i t h the Gaullist Union for the New Republic r N EWS• at home in 8 min. volved in his driving a car. Usu. . would have been the same, and a t 70 miles an hour through a they use to avOid Amazing PLATE-WELD repalrll ally this is an unpleasant and was not seeiJ?g much .m the left as a result the 'woman would 30 mile an hour z one. As all motion SICkness. of t h ese th 'kl t k b t h h half of my f1eld of VISIOn. As a h b k drugs make a dnver almost as '"' ' k 1 h an ess as . , u t e p ysiCian result I di'd not 1 .mmedi'ately ave ecome a nervous wrec . au t omobile i n s u r an c e men ile . r h h d , k b or s e v ery t m e like new should do his duty both to hiS . • . As Dr. Brandaleone said s . epy as I e a ca en a a r -or m o n ey. oac k. GetPlATE-WELDnowa$ __ lt is often only the physician Some of my patients times very important in prowho knows that a patient of his a t e n,d e c Y to !?et little ducing accidents. For inhas some physical or mental strokes With . brief woozy stance a man wh h j t handicap or some disease which spell stopped dnvmg afte! they had a' violent may bring about a sudden black-had had several auto accidents. his wife may drive very badly ?Ut or a sudden loss of good Some older persons should and dangerously for the next Judgment. quit driving when they find that half hour; his mind will not The most dangerous disease, in the face of a sudden emer-be on what he is doing . The naturally, is one in which the gency they get flustered, or doctor thinks that people who person c a n suddenly lose cons-they become paralyzed and are badly depressed or hys ciousness. One of my patients " freeze to the wheel." To show terical are also very prone who refused to take my advice what I mean: one day as I drove to auto accidents. Obviously, one day drove head-on into a s lowly along a city street, I anyone who has been drinkbus and was killed. Another easily avoided hitting a dog that ing should, for awhile, stay said, "I can take care of my-ran out from between two out of his ear. self," but later he jumped the parked cars. But the elderly People who study the statiscurb and drove through a play ground, where he maimed 18 children. Persons who should be afraid to drive are those dia betics who, while taking big doses of insulin, may any day go quickly into an insulin reaction, in which they lose their powers of judgment and decision without knowing it. Even persons with sick head-GET TO THE P O I N T Would your life insurance pass this test? Financial security for the family depends on how well these five basic needs a re provided for. Will your life insurance and other resources J meet the heavy expenses that will occur at your death 2 cancel all family debts including mortgage on your home and estatelaxes 3 furnish a living income for the family while children are dependent and so enable your wife to take full advantage of Social Security 4 provide enough money to carry out your plans for their higher education 5 give your wife a worry free source of funds after the children are on their own and Social Security temporarily ceases. 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Car l the LUirmce , w THE TAMPA TIMES I ON REVELATION SOURCES Sarasota College Hoffa T_rial Lawyers on arning I 1-96-Z Site Dedicated "' , _ V t . Cou nc.ll Debates Draft' SARASOTA , Nov . 19 (JP)h t t d ) ' t d such firm as Test How To Hold a lean Dedication exercises were held NASHVILLE , Tenn., 'Nov. 19 day. This may ave s are I IS e one TEETH Sunday for the 115-acre campus (JP) -The slow-movi n g con-another squabb le. Fleet Corp., later known as fALSE I site of New College, a liberal spiracy trial of Teamsters Union Hoffa said his attorneys would Hobren Corp. It was chartered VATICAN CITY, Nov. 19 IUPDr'(iraft statement on the sources tlon" presented by Alfredo arts institution due to open in President James R. Hoffa opens present a motion today protest-here by an attorney for ComMore Firmly in Place -The Ecumenical Coun c il re-of revelation for the Roman Cardinal Ottaviani. the fall of 1964. . its fifth week with at-ing holding court . on Thanksmercial Carriers. Hansz testi-Do your false teeth annoy and em sumed discussion today on Catholic church . Some prelates have criticized The site, next to the Rmgunder from the giving Day. fled that Commercial Carriers whether to accept or change a At th last session on Saturthe draft by Ottaviani , the sec-ling Museums • . was. purchased JUdffge speed thmgs up or Walter Hansz, former treas was reluctant to pull Test Just sprlnkle a little FASTEETH on ' ADVERTISEMENT e . retary of the holy offices, on with funds raised. m su er . _ urer of Commercial Carriers, Flee t's truck out of Commercial day, the 2 , 200 council fathers gro und s it lays too much stress and Manatee counties, Work IS U.S. Dist. Ju.dge Wilham Mil 1 D t • t trucking firm Carriers Cadillac terminal, its and more comfortably. No gummy, Stop Bad Breath Sweetens Mouth-Stomach 3 Times Faster Chew Bellans tabltls whenever you think your brrath may offend. Befl.ans neutralize acidity, sweeten mouth and stomach like magic. No 'harmful drugs. Get Btll-ans today. 35c at druggists. Send postal to Btflans, Clrangtburg, N. Y., for liberal free sample. ::).L. 7'/C voted for four documents which 01) Catholic church tradition as schedu led to begin the middle told Sides in no when t h most profitable terminal, beeooey,pastytute or teel!nlf . Doe• no' will affect some changes in the the source of divinely revealed of next year. tam terms Friday to stream me weekend recess came . Hoffa and cause of the adverse effect . it church's liturgy The contents truth and not enough .on the Dr. George F. Baughman , h' h h f t d Commercia I Carriers are might have on Carriers' labor drug countera everywhere. scientific study o f the Bible . president of the college, ane case, w JC as ea ure. charged with conspiring to set relations. --------::--=-:--=-::-of th.e were not made Protestants and Orthodox nounced that $500 , 000 had frequent a up automobile-truck lease comHoffa has pleaded innocen t MUSIC TO YOUR EARS public Immedtately. churchmen recognize the Bible by Mrs. Ca.rl 0been ordered by the panies for Hoffa's financial to the federal charges of violat-wtll be the jlnale o r,our telephone Today , the council began its as a source of revelation but of Vemce for a ut d . s, t 0 n tin u e through benefit. ing the Taft-Hartley Act by acfourth day of di scuss ion s on the disagree ll}any poin ts ofh In g, hto bbe dnamed for er an without a holi-In earlier testi mony , Hanz cept i ng a payoff for labor peace. Ads. 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'l'1tE TA'l'ttPA Tt'MIS, Mon4ar, November 19, 196! SERVICE PROJECTS ' . Fraternal Societie . s . Serve Many Areas SARAH CALDWELL Although the Unlversity of oa•ly Sch dul ' South Florida fraternal societies 8 8 were formed primarily for soTwelve Unlv. eta! purposes, they are funckrlt and Exhlblta comm. tioni"g widely in the field of Photo and OrapiiJca ..!.;.; •••••• UC10& u lllONDAY. 19, 1962 service. 12:30 p.m.-U.C. Lessons Comm. Ballroom Dancing ....... UC248 The service nrojects are not 5:00 p.m.-Circle K ....... UC103 limited to the campus level, 5 ' 30 p.m. -Baptist IM ACTIVITIES Fides, Beta E I Lead in Points and many are directed at the TUESDAY, NOV. 20 ' 1962 .... By RICHARD Ol>PEL Enotas, Talos, Beta I East and community. u c D c "C200 . . ance omm. .. .. v B t II W t Among the women's societies With bowling and volleyball e a es • Delphi has adopted a foreign usF Llter•ry soc ....... UC204 already behind us In the men's Participants In the UC-spontJSF Young Americana tor all-University acsored table tennis, bridge, and child abroad, and Fla is enterciui.' ::::::.:: :B8m hvity. pomts have begun to billiards tournaments are now talning patients at the Salvation u. c. Lessona Comm. uc221 polar1ze around the different tJ. c. Reereatlon comm. uc222 team pennants. Less than fifty in the second week of the three-Army Hospital and Home. saUing Club ........... UC223 . h ti f" k 1 t-' t Th 1 Also among Fia's projects is u. c . Arts and .Exhibits ,separate t e . rst lVe wee ong uurnamen . e on y i::onc'ert. Beta I East Enotas results now for the donation of 50-100 paper166 t 164 f 11 d b th P E back books per year to the Sal.. :Sail: and the first week o,N bridge. . vation Army library. More of 147, respectively. Fifth is Beta North-south leaders are: First, the sisters' time is donated to ru.c.> IV East with 117. Bjll Brown and Roger NewMan; McDonald Training Center for .. After the first five. the ac second, Joe C:asper and George retarded children. .. " ........ 'llcz.ll tlvlty points drop off rapidly Dornadoe; third, noger Walton 8:00 p.m.-Jan Lab Band . . . TAT because of forfeltures. Forand Mike Wheeler . Paidela Fraternal Society Is 8:30 p.m.-'raJoa ........... :UC204 d f SF UC205 feitures not only hurt the East-west leaders: First, Tom furnls.hing prayer car s Qr U Arete ................. UC264-5 h f th t T 11" d Di k M U Thanksgiving tables . During the 7:00 g,m.-Trt-srs ............ uc2o3 team's c ances o wmnmg a o .. s an c urre ; sec -tholo 117 Toot ooae Christmas holidays the sisters ..... particular league play, but also o_nd, Paul Waters and Bob Col-GETTING OFF, PLEASE wlll sfng carols al the Old Peo-7:30 p.m.-Paidela. .. : ........ uc223 may eliminate Its possibility of hns, third, .Ed Hill and Lou Universitr of South Florida has reached a new dimension in the people-packing game -bunk packing. pie's Home and decorate food 'Nov: gaining the all-Unlver&itY ac Wallace. ' The idea, origmally used in phone booths, is to see how tnany people can stuff themselves into a lower bunk. trays for the county hospital. l:2.5 P1mub.-u .. s .. F ... A, . m .. .". : . . tivity points trophy at the end A double-elimination to6rney . c .. "" of the year. in women ' s vo1Jeyball begaJl last At the time of the picture, the record was 33 for the residents of Beta Hall. Since the thrlll of thiS endeavor Six. orphans at Hlllsborouih F!Aes Is on top of the heap week and will continue through ff i d k i U ff' i 1 t 1 th hi h t 'i t 146 County Children's Home are Forel La.nt c1 b uc203 ,.. th d h soon wears o , a new game s un erway -room pac ng. no JC a repor s p ace e g es x gures a sponsored by Siges Ftaternal u. ... uc204 in the women's division as they e en of t i-s month. Activity in a room. All sorts of valuable knowledge can be gained from these experiments, such as whether the fur Society; they are taken ori out. Young Dgm.ocTats ....... uc2os lead such "old venerables" as points will be awarded for this nishings and building are strong enough to withstand the tngs and furnished with gifts Alpha East IV and Tri-Sis with tourney. ----=:...._ _____ ...;::. ____ __:: __ -=:...._--------....:...--"------------------------' on special occasions. 1la.ciuet . . . ...... UC2I5 150 points . Complete listings Let's sound a call to arms In Slges will' also make aprons .. .. can be found at end of column. behalf of the University's intra'WE CONDEMN' Chrldlan Science Org ... UC223 An average of only two games mural and PE programs. It for USF library workers a n d ucm each have been played so far would be of conside]:'abie help I f h U 5 help with the Christmas project c1 b th f tb 11 if b f th t 1 • Reso Utl.on o t e . F Senate "Toys for Tots." Fi!. Fraiema ' I ' Piedies".'.'.'.TBA by the teams in e 00 a mem ers 0 e sate egis(:40 p.m.-AJph" ..Hall Res. staff leagues. Stlll undefeated are lature were confronted wlth a Individual TriSIS sisters are UC22B stack of mail urging their helped with their studies by at e:oo p.m.-u.c. :Program c J s h speedy approval of new faciltendance at the study round ta TllURSDAY, NOV. 2'l, 00 re peec ities. If YOU wJsh, any SUCh C • J R t E t J' ble, whera tutoring is available. lettel'S QOUld be lelt at the On cern I ng ece n Ven S Tri.SIS will also entertain at -10:00 a.m.-Mornlnli Service .... TAT Campus Publications office In , C 11:00 a.m.-Dr. Wllllhr.op-"PIII'I'Im'• o p }•t• UC 58 (C/ Rl h" d 0" 1 A h . and ounty o: n . 0 I ICS letics Th d f ll . . . 't' . b . s t t . 1 d' th 1 Fides plans to work with ..!2:00 be forwarded to the right party e nee or exce ence m our umvers1 1es 1s o vto Us. mce recen even s, me u mg e start ing suspennutch Treat-:-NonRtsldenfa. W II R • d in bulk. sion of Dr. Sheldon Grebstein, have brought into question the capacity of the State of F 1 or ida to meet this 1,oci e eceiVe Also, there is the matter of need, the Senate of the University of South Florida exp its convictions as. follows: coordinator to the project, • Ple'creatibl\ 0rJn . student backing for intercol-We condemn the infringement of the rights of faculty members to think and act as responsible professional which serves needy famllies . TAT Alistair Cooke, noted jour leglate sports. Many students men and Women. , t:OO p,m.-u. c. Dallte comm. uc nalist of the Manchester Guar-have voJced both The USF library benef'lts stereo Danee Well Ramp 1 We Condemn the vi'olatl'on of the essent1'al ri'ght of every man to confront those who accuse h1'm of bei'ng profrom the services of Ethelonte's suNDAY. Nov.' 1961 ' dian and narrator of the old oudiy and faintly, in avor of h 8:30 p.m.-wealoy Foundation UC228 Omnibus P r 0 g r a m spoke on A faculty fessionally and morally incompetent or corrupt. It is remarkable that the human rights so long cherished by this ' corrumttee IS expl'()ring the poenation should be so irresponsl• Whaley Invited campus to a group of about 300 sibllitles of off-(!ampus compebly ignored. collections, and documents. people in the TA. titian .at the present time. Now We reject as unworkable and Letters to the Editor Newsman Ethelontes also present three To Lincoln Cen Cooke evldently had some is the time for those interested Improper the imposition by the d' seasonal at the Light . . • previous knowledge of the to get the ball and be. Dear E 1 tor: we have not c a 11 e d off the 1 t • d B house for the Blind. . Russell G. Whaley, assistant . gln pushmg. Any person who is Board of Control, Without any With the decision of the State search for truth. n erVIeW8 y Epelta . Men's Fraternal So professo_r of fine arts .at the Florida L e , i Is 1 at u r e. In his In being on a student prior consultation with the Board of control this week to The state universities have USf Ed • qety plans to take orphans to Flor1da, :espeech on politics, he had of this kind please faculties concerned, of a policy form a committee to study aca demonstrated in the past. that lfOr Silver Springs, Ocala National ce1ved an tnvitahon from casion to mention a very diS leave qame in the Campus regulating the internal affairs demlc freedom, President Allen they will not tolerate the sacrl"The curse of journalism ls Forest, and many other places coin Center for the Performmg tlnguished Communist, "if I can Pubhcatlpn's ... and the administrators of the fie f • d 1 f d w of interest to young children Arts in New York to attend a th t h 1 th' t te,. ACtiVITY POtNTS of the universities. The hazy . 1 e 0 aca em c ree om. e chronic superficiality," a aId In addltlon to their symposium there Nov. 12 . use. a P rase n IS s a ' . . University of Florida and F or can further insure the ideals u and subJective phrasmg of the ida State University now have for which this commttee must Alistair Cooke, Chief American work at the Florida Sheriffs' Whaley met with members of quipped Cooke. r East . document "implementations of the opportunity to stand by appointing 1 members Correspondent for the ManBoys Ranch, A rete has organ-the U . S. Institute lor Theater Cooke described how the U.S. ... . the Recommendations ••. Sep to the of. Flonda and In on a temporary basis. chester Guardian, a British ized a blood bank to servlce at a. sympoeium got the bomb In WW II through .... , ............. .. tember 14, 1962" appears on the fact to Uruted States that It can be easily seen that newspaper. An American citizen USF students and their families. wtth an1d the efforts of Jewish-Hungarian IVrnEast .................... . di tl 1 1 d . , E t F I S . t h acous ca engrneers or Inco n e ge n New York who .,. Ea•t .. ... ............ . • Polnta 18& 184 141 147 117 one hand an to those Nof•ICeS Js ]or the past twenty-une years, tha! Center. Albert Einstein of l:r! /1 :: ::::::::::.::::. : motivated by preJu lee, local confronts this university now Cooke rert\a!'ks that he is re-athletic fields as well as workThe group toured the already German rese-arch ln splltting ............ , ............. .. a.mbltlon, or the hope of private WOJtX-8 DY OPENINGS ...: rr wJll probe deeply for the uuth. garded Jn Entland as a rene-ing with the University Center. Philharmonic Hall Uranium 343. After shattering AfJ .. gain, to Interfere with the pro Todlly our Language and Liter-gade and in the United States Cleo treats boys from MeDon and dtscuseed planslor the rest this illush:m of American know l:f: i'[. 'Xf:; •........ ""f ...... gress of responsible higher edu period. These Include an openljl for ature Division is under .attack. a a British spy ald Training Center and th; ?f the new center performhow, Cooke went on to state rata u Eaat .:::: .• :::::::::;::: 75 75 81 M 50 46 39 36 0 . h d Tomorrow it may well be the s Child , H t T mg arts. that America is faced by a new acuHy • . cation m t e state, an on the and a w1tl1ntereat In library Science Division. If so, then Off the stage, Cooke displays ren s 0 me 0 ampa Whaley, a graduate of Emer-threat of European know-how . Fides . w .omoll other hand an indirect, gro-work. All other atudenb lnterEtsted lkn tomorrow lei the Science Divi• the same dignified presence area football games. son College Boston and \'ale Another anecdote of Cooke's Alpha ::.:::.:::::::::::: : m placement In Apru, Trimester III wor that he mairttalns before th Talos men's provisional so ' ' h Tr• 8 '-' 133 tesque comment that a univeiP.erlod, should alan up as aoon as poa sion represent this campus, but e . . • School of Drama, came to t e concerned a recent visit of N . Alpha r . ::::.::;::::,::::.: 12.5 slty staff must be continually especlall:r those dealring to ao today I urge the appointment audience. But the blandness c1ety Is sponsoring a scholaruniversity last year from Plmn Khrushchev 00 the United Paldela ........................... ue w1tlt the National Aeronautics and f ' b f th faded a bit when I brought up ship program "' 1 i I ddl Fia II .. . .. .. .. .. . 108 scrutinized for sinister behavior Space Adminiatratlon or other o mem ers rom e Languaae bj t .,tate Un vers ty. n a tlon to States. attended by 640 corre Antiph1dei .: .. ... : .... :.:::::::::: 1oo and treasonable desires We can rr: seibeurty T 11 and Literature Div1sion to thls the SU ec All fraternal society service his teaching duties, he designs spondents "His plane was on Sie"es ............ ............ 1... 84 only assume that the 50 days 0 proem committee. Of Journalism projects must be cleared the the and costumes for uni time," Cooke. "o.bvl .. :.::: .:: ::: of the board's statement waii POCRL7A!S0 ABSTENCtmEs To uBE1 R1Et If members are appointed to "Students should be educated Council of Fraternal Societies. verstty drama productions. ously it was not run by the West IV .. ... . .. . .. ... .. . . sb "' o prove n vers Y I . . . . S t D t , Th St t MEN'S FOOTBAtL LEAGUES neither to provoke obscurely service& Instructors urJed to report this comm for the study of m anythmg except JOUrnahsm. ta e epartmen e a e ROIIdent Ba.H LU.Jt•• motivated nor to. deny t: academic freedom on a . The important thing is to know ORGANIZATION NEWS Department had said that Mr. Toam won Loal the responslbihty of faculties m class and Is not on the roll. Instructors porary basis from the dtvislon the 'wurld. There is much too K. and entourage would f1 ::.::: :::: : ::::: g matters of academic programs . to Mr. Slatef, under attack, 1111 questions will much emphasis on pure tech-II 1 over the hotel but the Att\encan :Beta All Stars ........ "..... 1 1 1 A en, e att e Get M .::::::::::::::: i i clldne. bofth lj'n effectlive teaching l; easily called off. Any subject." !.<: ntev:4r0 saw the u.ds. atnywla11y, :. :::: :::: .. : 8 an m acu ty mora e caused by wood W .; Jordan, Sharon P.; Judell, BOB ERWIN When I requested an Inter JUS u correspon en s P I lndepencleilh and Fraternal Soeietlu !his violation, and view the first thing he asked Awards From SFEA secret service and local police." talots '" ............. 2 0 Imposition. The atmos-Cecil. L.; Sheffield. Oary Dear :Mr. Mendoza: me was, "Do you use shortCooke later made .reference Men .. ::.:.;:: :': ' .. : : f promotes mdlfference world'a Having read some of your hand?" It is his feeling that to the "dreadful penod when .. ........ .... .. ,. 1 0 and _meptllude rather than enPast and Future; India, Paklatan, Cey statements made durin a the All-when the journalist takes spot spies were blamed for any set :. :::::::::: ::::.: } thusiasm and sklll; it encour tlohn, NParts I, Isr. t&c ur;MFuneuodn• .. University Book Panel word nMes he loses the na,,..,r back History is always on our P.E. MaJors .... ........ o 1 th t f th e ervous ys em: all an ....... i ti I f l ' • •v By CHARLOTTE FRESE . ClEO 0 2 c accep a nee o f. Culture; Language in. Action: The ng conserva ves, ee com of the per)on he Is intervieWing . . side." Cooke summanzed his Abonailiei i. :: : . : .::.. o 2 midwcre rather than the expec-of the Listener; Form 1n Function; pelled to reply to your charges. and all of his articles sound the At. the meetmg of the Student Florida Education view by saying that if you're gu-Faeult,Start Bowlin, it directs Shape, Color; Case I sincerely believe thllt these same. "Each article should Association on Wednesday, Nov. 14, President John S. lng td be a sucker for a line, ................. w26 " 1magmat1ve energies toward letSTAFF charges were most irresp-onsl sound like the per 8 0 n being Allen and Dean Jean A Battle received awards for merit you'll be one and the U.S. Con Go Getters .............. 22 14 ters of application elsewh re Janitor. Physical rla11t, 114, AJJ ble . , '11 k d'ff Chislers 19 17 . e 82nd st. ; Dabbs, Joann, 4211 N. mterviewed.' which commemorate National Education Week Nov 10 WI rna e no 1 erence. suverllah" ::::::::::::::: 11 19 rather than toward mventive A st., 877-3724; Entx, MarJorie A.. Most prominent among your Upon leaving Tampa Co k h h N ' Th18 was punctuated by spon Pill Benders . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 20 ness in teaching _here. The F;:.: I charges is that most eonservals going to Miami to up t roug OV. 17. taneous applause from the au.... '...... u;g _________ members. who meet our estabthat conservatism Is a farce. tar" in 'Key West. His most introduced the many facultyr lished htgh . standards, as well 935; Newbrough, M1ry w., First let me say that the frightening news situation Is members present. These pro-as of retammg those presently J290B N. 15th St.; Nee!, 'Mra. 11111n1e J., ' i th t fessors were all from the Col-here are increasing We believe Secretary II, WorkStudy, 172, AD 1072. soc l a 1 re.orms advocated by e presen crisis which leaves f Edtl U that' the high and Yciuowma liberals should be strived for. the possibility he replied, "of lege o ca on. proven competence that created rates now 1n for Xerox However, the means by which no one to review it The president of the associa the University of South Florida these reforms .are to be afterward. -L. M, S. tlon, Jim Moffett, presented the can be sustained only by liP one copy of Any material In tbe Unl accomplished do not JUstify the h awards. In presenting Dr. AI d . verslty ot south Flortda Library, not end result. The creation o a p J me 1ate1 precise, and straight-ot 'exceed 25 expoaurea. InterLibrar)' . one n 0 len's award he thanked USF ' s forward attention to these matLOAn mat.erlala requetted bY tl'SF staff tremendous federal bureaucracy • . • . . ters wlll be treated the same •• USF mate controlling every segment of the . president and recogmzed hts . rials for this purpose. 2) A Cl!arge of American econ d e t The umverslty switchboard i t .... h 1 f We expect to receive from the ten cents per exposure for Library omy o s no t 1 h "e b f f• serv ce o ,.,e sc oo m sa e• B d f C tr 1 . dd' . materials when the number of expo justify social reform e ep Ou num er rom o .. dl th f d f th oaJ O or; o •. m a ltion to sures exceeds 25 or the number of . campus is 988 and on guar ng e ree om 0 e its general direction of the um-coplea exceeds one. 3> A charae of Is 1t greedy to ask for a fed-campus "0" as most peeple on faculty members especially in versity_ system, an authoritative eral health insurance program campus know . The 1962-63 staff the asl few . .and sk1Ilful defense agamst the materials not a part of the University that would pay for itself, would directory lists a tel!!phone P . hasty gestures of ignorance and of south Florida Library collection. not be compulsory and would d On acceptlrtg the award Dr.1 . . . sEIItlNAR SET Dr. Charlea F . 11 1 t h ' h usage proce ure. malice, pohhcs and caprice. In Cole will talk on "Ecoloalcal suba,.cl a ow peop e o c oose t e type T h th Allen spoke of the past few tum, the universities can con auon In coutal PI all\ Darters' 011 of insurance that best suits 0 1 ano er . campus weeks as a period of "trying tinue to work in teaching and Wednesday • . Nov .. 21 .. at a folr! Ill their needs number, Ia the extensiOn num research toward our high asIs it a to ask for ber listed in the directory. To times." He said that academic piratlons for an intellectual en TRIP INSURANCE -Faculty ad agriculture pr gr m h' h .an dial off-campus, listen to the freedom is also academic revironment in Florida. creases the afar: dth1!1 totnetd' ltihsten dforl sponsibility, to the students. We applaud the proposal that laaue of Sun•creen for Information re 1 't g d t .1 . " ou s e " o e , en Ia T . 1 d h I h b 1ardlng travel Insurance for students. s 1 ree Y o oppose a mtithe desired number ALL lon"hts Inc u es t e act t at oth members of the Board of Constudents •hould be encouraged to tant governmental p r o gram d 11 d ., id f t t b trol meet with representatives secure thla Insurance before they depart which in 11 e u of acce tance !stance ca s are rna e through s es o every s Ory mus e o.f the several universities to provides for the of the university switchboard. pre$ented. Dr. Allen concluded establish principles and proftoLIDAY All University offices much of the huge farm surplus b Dudring the re1gular switch by stating that the board of ced ures th t will e t f w111 be closed In obaervance of the th k .1 oar hours a !1 emergency . a prev n urThankaKivlnr Holiday on Thursday, on e mar et a.t WI 1. calls wlll be' placed with the control has proposed that the ther disorder. We hope that the Nov. 22. I •t d t h Board of Control together with ADJ?Rl!iSSEs WANTED -The Reg. . s I gree Y o use t e extst campus operator. After switch admimstratlon work m coopera-the officers and llo;n mg P o we r of the executive board hours, the followins tlon with them from now on. teaching faculties of the Stll.te latered. AI\Y who gave hfs firmly, temperately, and emeraency numbers can be Jack Fitzgerald Tampa Port .. it! .11 permanent durin I the fall reg-WISe y. USed • , . . ' umvers es, WI formulate an lstrauon u his local address or any Is it a farce to realize that POLICE Authonty, wi11 s[>eak on the honest, clear, and just policy the best solution to the growth Petrollnan ext. 280 "Futur:e of Commercial Shipstatement .that will tht: to come by the Re!\!stritr's Office to problem of the economy is to Sher tf'a Oftice .FIIlB :129-6843 ping in Tampa at a meetof higner educa ... reduce the extent of union mo Tampa Department lng . of the Busmess Admlnls tion m F1011da. 1tudents and ataft to be served. nopoly power over wages and Temple 91& trahon Club. The meeting will .--------------------------'"'legislate more free competition st. Joael!h'• 2av-2tas be held Wednesday,. Nov . 21 , back irtto the labor market. Tampa 253 during the free hour m UC 226. The Tampa Times University of South Florida Campus Edition Editor .................................... Louise Stewart Managing Editor ..•.•.•.•..••••••.•....... Sarah Caldwell Features Ed1tor ...................................... , .. VItam Ia Monte a Athletics Editor ............. , .. . ............................. Richard Oppel Organlzatlons Editor .. . . . . . . . . .. . .. . . . .. .. . .. .............. Charlotte Frese UC Activities .............................................. Jackie Montes Copydesk .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Danny Va.ldes, Michael Foerster Jo'aculty Adviser .. .. .. .. . .. . .. .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . . .. Dr. A. T . Scro&glns Winr Preodor Loren Southwick Kay Keatlna STAFF Witl'r&!tS Ed carbon Paul Melaaner J ohll Gullett Tommy Eure J a mea Loretta Goldatelll Jim Jordan Marilyn Vlk David Fleer Jack M cCillitoclt Is it greedy to believe that 237-a34s 237!336 Fraternal Societies the United States budget diverts Health centfrBYSIOIAN ext. 287 ETHELONTES: :Ethel o n t e s too much of the national reDr. Erotr 9S5 members are now making plans sources from .allbcatlon by free Health Cent:rro&T LINES 981•1147 for a special Thanksgiving party market8 by votes. uc Info Desk gee. m honoring sisters and pledges In the field of foreign policy. Powe,rj'lant 981138 who a're away from home and is it a farce to believe in a will not be able to be with their policy aimed at victory In the Office 9JIfl48 families for the holiday . cold war,. to believe free T sox Olllce 9 144 PAIDEIA: Paldeia fraternal dom wlthm Soviet Russ•a and Bt"nnle Neel Joins society Is planning a camping Red Chma are Amencan pok d litical objectives to be pursued Work-Study Staff trip to Inverness the wee en by all legitimate means. of Nov. 24. Is it a farce to believe that Mrs. Binnie Neel, formerly In Plans are also being formu American must not aim just for the Registrar's Office, joins the lated for a carwash and dough off defeat for a year or Work-Study Cooperative Pro nut sale in the near future. The CAMPUS EDITION Ill produced with EN 34 7, Magazine and Feature Wrlt!nt. a dec&.de, somehow hoping for irlm staff this week replacing TRI-SIS: As one of their serv the best, but that moves post Mrs. Dolores Brlngier. M r s. ice projects the pledges of '1'ri Uvely and purposefully toward Bringger will leave in a few Sls fraternal society offered victory over communism an d days to join her husband, Capt. their services at the Miles Ele the la.boratory ectlon of the expansion of human freeHarty Bringcer, who is stationed mentary School Carnival. The dom, with the Air Force at Charles pledges w o r k e d at all the ..._-----------------------11 LARRY THOMPSON lon, S.C. booths. ' , .. CAREFUL WITH THAT NEEDLE, MRS. WINCH ;., -t1SF l'hot. Arete Fraternal Society brother Diek,ie responds to the Health c;:enter's eall or a contribution to the USF Blood Bank. The Blood Bank is spons{)red by Arete Fraternal Soclety and the blood is being stored at 'tampa General Hospital for all USF students and their families. Anyone i1tterested In contributing to the project should contact tkip Kamlodi, chairman of the project or any Atete member •


BAY STRIFE ENCIRCLES GLOBE THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, November 19, 196t 1Cash-ln1 Move Set By GOP Calling All Points: Optimist Club . , Plans Party For Children lt1S an Uncertain World T oclay Fast Gator Wanted! By TOM INGLIS Times Staff Writer Singer Mary Ellen Carroll, and other Tampa entertainers, will present a show Thursday . at the Children's Home. The program will be a part of the second an-By JAMES MARLOW for men and nations, stretch-AP News Analyst ing across seas and continents . WASHINGTON, Nov. 19 (.IP) Death and disillusionment WASHINGTON, Nov. (A') -Rep. William E. Miller of New York said today he wants to stay on the job as Republican national chairman In an effort to elect a , GOP president in 1964. If you've sMn any fast moving alligators late ly, let some of the boys over at the University of Tampa know about it. UT is in the market for a swift footed gator to enter in the 1962 National Collegiate Baby Alli:. n u a 1 Thanksgiv ing Day festivi ties given for children of the home by the Da--This crisp and lovely au-crashed on Asia. Swift and tumn has been a tim e of sudden revolution burst in the death, fear, revolution, un-Middle East. There was un certainty and d!slllusionment certainty in Europe. And fear --• of war circled over Cuba and Scranton Hints the world. In India Prim e Minister He Might Take Nehru, who ducked reality in Miller said he hu surveyed and found good the Nov. 6 election results in which theRe publicans made some significant gains In important governor ships, picked up a net of two seats in the House and lost four in the Senate. This outcome has prompted some SU&'Il'estions t h a t the party needs a full-tlble, paid chairman who would direct a professional organ i z a t 1 o n drive for the presidential campaign, When Miller took office he &aid that ii he found that he didn't have time for both the chairmanship and his duties as a member of the House, he would quit one of the jobs. He serves in the chairmanship with ()Ut pay. In a move to cash in on what he said were significant GOP gains in the big cities, Miller called four regional party chair men into a conference today to map plans for supporting Re publican candidates in 1963 mu nicipal and local elections. Miller, who once said theRe publicans 11Jight have to look under a rock for their 1964 presidential nominee if they didn't make some substantial gains in Congress, shrugged off the virtual stalemate there. Instead, he said In a state ment yesterday that "our In roads In the traditionally Democratic dominated b I r cities in the North and In the formerly ofte-party southern !;tates have supplied the en couragement which wJil make 1964 a Republican yhr at every level of government." The Republican national com mittee supplied some figures which it sajd indicated that Ne groes gave the GOP the great; est support In this month's elec tions they h a v e accorded it since 19:56. Miller called a GOP National Committee meeting here Dec . 6-'7, to canvass the election results and to make organization plans for the 1964 campaign. The Democratic National Com mittee will delay a similar session until Jan. 17-18. ADVERT18EMENT Stops Asthmatic Choking Quickly Alft!IIHI comes from allergic, toxic anti nervous disorders, ole., b•-4 lhe """ of the asthmatic choking or attack h tllo inflammcotion of tho bronchial tubts. 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The boys Inglis out at Bakersfteld propose to enter South American stock in the race. This may be dirty pool. But, I think a good old G.lades can hold own even against these highly tramed outsiders. Col. Frank Hutchins over at UT has told me the boys will be scouring the banks of the HilJs borough, Palm . and Manatee rivers for a fast mov ing entry. If get a g ator to bring to the post, he'll run South American stock hired by such institutio.ns Ho.pkins University, George Umversxty, Umverstty .of North Carolina, Uni versxty of North Dakota, Umversity of Arizona, U.S. Coast Guard Academy, Occidental College and Pasa dena City College. I should have mentioned that the Johns Hop kins entry will be running under the school's black and blue colors. Pierce Junior College in Los Angeles and Clare mont College will send their own doenestic stock to the derby, so why not Tampa? The Derby will be Dec. 5, with the deadline for entries next Wednesday-so UT hasn't much time to beat a contestant out of the swamps. • • • The Tampa Fire Department had a tough call the other night. It was .about 2:30 Thursday morn mg when a call came m from a neighborhood in back of Lowry Park. Firemen arrived at the neigh borhood and found a deadend street where they had to back their trucks in. Over the gate of the house at the end of the street was the sign, "Hell's Half Acre." Looked like quite a job. • * • Over on Davis Islands they're all shook up about the theft of some benches. Located at a .scenic spot on Channel Drive, the benches a site for residents and visitors to watch shxps mov ing through Seddon Channel. Many thought the benches were put there by the city. They weren't. George Heiser, 506 Chan nel Drive, knocked them together from scrap lum per and painted them green. They disappeared last week. If you happen to notice them call George Heiser . . • • • That package the police paddy wagon took to Julian Lane's house contained promotion material supplied to the mayor by the chamber of commerce. He's to distribute it to visiting firemen and in his travels. :, HOLIDAY SHOPPING'S MORE FUN Third Youth Faces Charges In Slaying -and it's easier, tooWHEN YOU HAVE EXTRA CASH IN YOUR POCKET ••• AND YOU CAN GO IT FROM G. A. C. Call on us if you need some additional cash for seasonal expenses. You'll find our "Holiday Loan'' plan both practical and convenient. Evel)1hing is handled on a highly personalized basi$, with pay. ments geared to suit your pocketbook. WHAT'S MORE, THE MONEY YOU NEED CAN BE IN YOUR lfANDS ALMOST AS SOON AS YOU ASK FOR IT, WHETHER YOU WA"T A SUBSTANTIAL SUM OR JUST A FEW FROM NOW }JNTIL DECEMBER 22nd, WE WILL BE OPEN SATURDAYS UNTIL NOON. Loans up @ t• $600 CORPORATION KISSIMMEE, Nov. 19 IUPDDonald Ray Walters, 21, was in here today , the third youth to face charges in the death or Mrs . L u r a Thompson of St. Cloud. The 76-year-old w om an • s I death was at first ruled acci dental when her burned body was found In her house after a fire in 1958. But 16-year-old Raymond Jeffers confessed the killing and police reopened the case. Jeffers and 18-year-old Don ald Ray Ball were tried and acquitted for the slaying. Donald Ray Walters, 21, whose name has not been mentioned in the case previously, was ar rested Saturday near London, Ky. after a grand jury met here and issued a murder indictment for him on tbe basis of what it termed "new evidence . " Six Killed In Virginia Auto Collision CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va., Nov. 19 (A")-The head-on colli sion of two automobiles on a rain?-sllck highway three miles east of this central Virginifl, city claimed six llves. vis island Opti mists Club. The Optimists will again fur Draft l'n 164 trying to play shrewd by play ing neutral, talked in terms of brotherhood wIt h the Red HOBE SOUND, Nov. 19 (.IP}nish the turkey Carroll nd 11 lh tri 1 f Pennsylvania's governor-elect, a a e mm ngs or a William Scranton says he won't traditional holiday dinner, after seek the 1964 Republican presi which Tampa Bay entertainers dent I a 1 nomination, but sugwill take over the program gested he might accept a draft. Ml s c 11 h d. in Holding his final news cons arro as appeare ference at his vacation home numerous musicals of the Bay yesterday Scranton commented area. She sang the role of • . . Aunt Nettie In "Carousel .. Adao on the poss1b1lity of one in "Naughty Mar tt .: d o.f the two places on the nat10nal le a, an ticket bad a .. major role "I have no intention of ask-n . ing the nomination for either . She was Flonda Rad1o queen position," Scranton said. "I have m 1957, and has b.een a not done this, nor do I have any quent performer m benef1t intention of so doing." shows for civic organizations. Asked whether he would ac-cept a dragt, Scranton launghed. "I think I have already an swered that question," he said. Then he said, "In the event the party gets into another de bacle as they did in the gover nor issue ... " He paused and added, ''My people thought I might be able to solve the problem." Scranton was said to have been drafted for the top spot on the Pennsylvania ticket. Unpopulous BfSMARCK, N .D. IUPDThe state of North Dakota, with 70, 665 square miles, ranks 17th among states in size but its population, 647,000, makes lt 43rd. Chinese. This a u t u m n he had to watch almost as Chinese forces smashed across the I n d i a n frontier, killing I News Analysis ] Nehru's ill-equipped troops as they went, for reasons they haven't yet chosen to reveal. And as this is being written the bewildered prime minister doesn't know whether the Red armies will sweep down out of the mountains and across the plains of India. He needed time to build a decent society out of the co lossal poverty of India. And, If he didn't have to spend money on arms, he could use it for desperate p e a c e f u 1 needs of his country. He thought the answer to time and money was in stay ing aloof from the contest be tween the West and commu nism. He even thought in the end Russia would save him from the C hi n e s e. It didn't. Now he finds the Commu nists used and abused him. Meanwhile, his p e o p 1 e are dying under the Chinese guns . But even now, in his moment of Indian agony, while he dent Kennedy demanded the cries for western a r m s he Russians get their missiles out still clings to neutralism . of Cuba-or else-interna-In Y em en revolutionists tional jitters shook the world. overthrew the king in a sav-If Russia refused, war could age stroke which may be only have come quickly. the beginning of bloodshed Premier Khrushchev agreed in the Middle East If he kings to'l'emove the weapons. And of Jordan and Saud! Arabia, supposedly he has carted them fearing their own future, off on ships . But this can't move in. be positively k n own unless In Europe Chancellor AdeCuba can be inspected. And nauer's r e g I m e was shaky Fidel Castro refuses that. from the discontent of West Khrushchev left his bombGermans with his defense ers in Cuba. Kennedy said: m I n I s t e r F r a n z J o s e f Get them out, too. They wrote S t r a u s s, for the way he letters back and forth. Castro cracked down on his critics made demands of his own. on the staff of a newspaper, So Cuba isn't settled. It Der Spiegel. could get nasty. And the In France elections yester-West doesn't seem to know at day seemed to strengthen the this minute whether Khrush-hand of President de Gaulle chev will turn Berlin into a who has been try in g to time-bomb by setting a new strengthen the office he holds and quick deadline for settle-at the expense of parlfament ment on that city. and the French political party This day a yea r ago hardly system which Jn the past has anything was happening exbeen erratic to the point of cept massacre in the Congo. irresponsiblity. That quieted down. It may For one week after Pres!blow wide open again. SEAGRAM MARTINI is extra dry because Seagram's fi5:6i extra WGRANDISllllEU C

THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, November 19, 1962 Spol"ls Eillboal"d By. BILL BLODGETT Times Sports Editor Aftermatch of a Massacre! GAINESVILLE-The time: 4:22p.m. Satur day, Nov. 17. The place: Florida Field . The event: Florida vs. Florida State. The situation: One minute after the Gators' 20-7 mastication of the Seminoles, when the only compet ition re maining was between the respective two bands. A loudspeaker blared the startling Georgia Tech upset over Alabama (7-6). A Florida State end-who shared FSU's 14-14 tie with Tech last week-jabbed a Florida Gator in the ribs and chortled: "Hey ... hear that? We tied the team that beat the nation's top ranking team." The Gator, unruffled and obviously unim pressed, shot back: "Mebbe so ... but we just BEAT the team that tied the team that beat the nation's top . ranking team." Following the stream of gridders to the dressing room, the majority of writers elected to see the de f ea ted first. "It's awful quiet in here, isn't it?" queried Flor ida State mentor Bill Peterson. The expressionless Seminole boss was situated squarely in the middle of enough newsmen to create the impression that eitfler Peterson was the winning coach-or, as the case was, there would be more of a sto.ry in "why" FSU lost, rather than "why" Florida won. "There's a bunch of c:Iisappointed boys In there,' said Peterson, nodding toward the visiting team's dress ing room tucked beneath the University of Florida Physical Education plant. "That Lasky (Florida tackle Frankl looked as big to me as our whole line," uttered Peterson, trying to inject humor into his post mortem. Amiably, he withstood the sometimes painful ques tions until one scribe asked "can I talk to a few of your boys? " That was the signal for Coach Pete to depart. He then made his way into the dressing r oom , brushing past a small assemblage of fans who had formed for the wake, never to appear again: Perfect Contrast In the Gator dressing room just around the corner, little imagination is needed to realize the contrast. Towels were popping off the posteriors of shower-bent Gators; cries of "Beat Miami" emanated sporadically from within the rows of lockers ... and the "heroes" of the game received their congratulatory remarks re spectfully and gratefully. Back in the southeast corner of the plant, Graves and his staff held court. But the Bull Gator, hurrying to meet a function to entertain the parents of hi s grid ders, delivered only a brief analysis, then turned the remainder over to his aides. It was then learned that a formation "so old it was new" ... and phase of football fundamentals which "required two years to perfect," played key roles in the game. (EDITOR'S NOTE: For the details behind each. see the accompanying story elsewhere in today's Times Sports Pages). With assistant coach . Gene Ellenson's capsule critktue of the game-"If the boys didn't want to win this one, they just didn't want to win at all''-the ac tion moved to the dressing room, where by now, the Gators had showered, and street clothes were being donned. The intensely bitter rivalry between these two schools was reflected in the comments that rolled easily from the tongues of the Gator warriors. Wants Recount Guard Jack Katz, perhaps the most prolific speaker on the squad, was uttering "I want a recount, that's all." "He was referring to a Jacksonville Journal news paper poll sizing up the Gators and Seminoles position by position. Katz' particular position was listed as in ferior to that of FSU's. In retrospect, the guard play of the Gators was outstanding, with Katz and running mate Larry Travis compiling seven tackles and assists each. Katz then said of the game: "We had to put up , •• because they


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