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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
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Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
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Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: January 7, 1964
Publication Date: 1912-1973
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Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
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The FlorIda AllIgator

Vol.56, No.68 University of FloridaGainesville TuesaayJanuary 7,1964

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HootenannyTonight I IHootenannYI

Tomorrow night, Jimmie Rodgers, Josh
"From the campus of the University of White and Family; the Tarriers, Hoyt I
Florida..." Alton, Joan Myers and comedian Jackie: x
It starts at 8 o'clock tonight as Florida Vernon will star.

Gym becomes a TV studio and thousandsof Doors close for the evening performances -

UF students turn into "stars." at 7:45 p.m. both nights and at 4:45 p.".!
One of the nationally-televised show's p.m. for the two afternoon dress reher-
main features is the closeups of the stu-
dent audiences it entertains all over the original Albert the Alligator, UF's

nation.A mascot, was hauled here by truck from
few UF-ers have already been caughton his home at Ross Allen's Reptile RanchIn

video tape. Hundreds of students Ocala for a special TV sequence with

gathered around cameras on the Plaza of the program's emcee, Jack Linkletter.
the Americas yesterday as Hootenannystars He spent a few minutes out on the lawnin q
taped the show's first outdoor the Plaza before handlers put him .

sequences. back in the truck for his Journey back

Tonight's show will feature Johnny Cash, !tome.

Jo Mapes, Bob Gibson, Leon Bibb, the Albert I was turned out to "pasture"at ALBERT I TUSSLES
Johnson Family, the Coventry singers and Ocala two years ago and was replacedby
comedian Adam Keefe. a smaller reptile, Albert n. .with handlers yesterday on the Plaza of Americas while

being used in connection with the TV Hootenanny program.

Albert was brought here from Ocala for the Filming.
UF Drivers Discover
(Photos by Carolyn Johnston)

New Parking RulesBy Johnson Plans I


tions and emerged confused from start tomorrow.

ANN CARTER the battle but much the wiser. Early yesterday mornirjr, drivers State of the Union
Staff Writer were turned away at university -

Over 200 warning tickets were entrances as Patro.menwere

Bewitched, bothered and bewildered handed out by campus police for. Inspecting stickers and explaining WASHINGTON (UP!)-President Johnson put the final touches
UF drivers yesterday collided illegal parking but a lesser num- the new regulations. One -
yesterday on his State of the V 'on message, now virtually completed,
head on with the ber was expected to be awarded officer literally had to Jump out and summoned business and I Jy. loaders to the White House to solicit

university's new traffic regula- today. The $1 "real things" of the way as an Irate coed nearlyran their support for the new year's goals It will embody.
him down.
Looking tanned and relaxed after a 12-day holiday at his Texas
Traffic congestion heavy at ranch, the President made last-minute changes in the annual message
ihe main entrance as secretariesand
he will deliver before a Joint
1 clerks headed for their
Jobs. session of Congress at 12:30 p.m.
But the later In the day the nt4 '
LH .ti EST tomorrow.
: situation "looked "
pretty good, THE MESSAGE may be the
4jJs according to campus police chief shortest In 20 years, shorter than

A.I. Shuler. the one of less than 3,000 words
Even the patrolmen admitted _
III that Franklin D. Roosevelt deli
that little disturbances occurred. '
vered before Congress In 1934.
"Most drivers were angry when : Johnson conferred for 90 min-
found had to walk "
they they utes yesterday with Secretary of

(See TRAFFIC Page 7)) ; State Dean Rusk and Defense Secretary -
Robert S. McNamaraover

defense and foreign policy aspectsof
.t Tickets GoingOnly the address. He also calledIn
Senate Democratic Leader MUteMan.stleld
a smaUsupplyofdress to go over the document.
4jj rehearsal tickets are left for
When Congress reconvenes today
ABC's Hootenanny shows today -
for its 1964 ,session, Johnson
and tomorrow, Lyceum
: will review the message in detail
Council officials said late
at his weekly breakfast with Demo
terday. 111 cratlc conressionalleaders.
The shows are being video
HE ALSO scheduled a luncheon
taped here for national tele-
vision. for today with the AFL-CIO Executive -
Council to discuss his
Lyceum council members In
legislative targets for 1964, and
YOU CAN'T PARK charge of ticket distributionsaid
planned a stage dinner with the
the Information Booth across -
Business Council, a private organization -
.says campus policeman S. J. Cullen to confused UF for the Student Service PRESIDENT JOHNSON of leading corporation

drivers who discovered new parking regulations in effect Center would open,at 9:30 a.m. executives led by Frederick
today and remain open utll all
Staff photo by Carolyn Johnston) tickets Kappel, president of American
yesterday. (( I are gone. .prepares speech Telegraph Co.



2 The Florida Alligator
Page TuesdayJanuary 7,1964 _. _

Hootenanny Boss fry To Speak

Tells of Dr. Franklin, Clark Fry, president the Lutheran Church In America,
will be the convocation speaker for the University of Florida's Relig.

ion-in-Ltfe Week Jan. 19-24.
participation ana a as the profession goes. His Jan. 20 speech will be on "Man in a World He NeverMade."
"fresh approach to talent" are "A performer may rehearse a Dr. Fry holds 20 honorary degrees from leading universities and collegesIn
principal Ingredients In the sucessof number timed for two minutes, the U.S. and abroad and has been called "the most infiuencial leader
the AEo television program"Hootenanny" but during the actual taping of of world Protestantism.
according to the the show he may sing for threeor Other speakers during the week Include Dr. Harmon Holcomb,
show's youthful, easy-going em- four. This Is hard on the pro- processor of philosophy of religionat
cee, Jack Linkletter. duction crew," Linkletter said. Colgate Dlvlnty School, Dr.Max
Linletter, the son of television Other problems are caused by Arzt, vice chancelor,Jewish Theological .
personality Art Linkletter and a the Inacesslbllity of many of the Student Seminary;Dr.Carl Mlchal-
vereran of show business him- small college towns which Hoo- son, professor of systematic theo-
self for 15 years, has been anchor tenanny" visits and the great tech- logy at Drew University; and Dr.
man for the folk singing program nical difficulties of converting a Caught Nathan A. Scott, assistant professor -
since its beginning in April, 1962. college gymnasium Into a tele- of theology and literature
He Is on campus this week for .vision studio,,he said. JACK LINKLETTERHere at the University of Chicago Divinity
the taping of the show tonight and Here to produce the show are. School.
tomorrow night In Florida Gym- about 40 producersphotographersand from ABC are Pete Otto, Police stepped In yesterdaywhen Topics for the week's talks include
nasium. technicians from ABC and Dan- production supervisor; Bob Arm- U F sophomore Russell Parks "The Doctrine of Man In
"The cameras train on the aud- kar Productions as well as the 30 bruster, technical supervisory Bill lost his car keys, but they weren'tout the Bible", "Religion Encountersa
ience and people get some sort performers.The Degenhardt, technical director; to help him. New Age", "The Vision of Man
of vicarious enjoyment from see- production crew has beenon Paul Finelli, lighting supervisor; Parks, 951 S.W. 11th St., told In Contemporary Literature",
Ing the audience on television." campus preparing for the taping Gene MacVick, and Mike Stanis- police he lost his keys during "The State of Criticism Today",
he said. since Saturday. lavsky, stage manager, among Christmas vacation. He said he "Is Religion Today the Enemy of
"As for the performers, many others. was looking for them when the Faith?"
are new to the business and most From Dankar Productions are Channel 12 television viewerscan police found him on the roof of
are very cooperative. But pro- Dick Lewine, producer;Garth Dei- view tonight's show at2:30p.m. Delta Delta Delta sorority. Other highlights Include aeon-
blems do arise In the production trich, director; Pat Pleven, associate Sunday afterllOOnJan.19,and Wed- Parks will appear In court this 'cert of religious music by the
of a show of this type becausethe producer and Jim Gannon, nesday's show at the same hour afternoon on a trespassing charge University of Florida music department -
talent Is undisciplined as far coordinator. Feb. 16. after posting $100 bond. and an orglnal drama
"The people vs. Socrates" by
Dr. Didier Graeffe, professor of

4 5pg- humanities.

Vernon Swartsel of Mt. DoraIs
student chairman of the Re-
liglon-ln-Life committee whose
members Include Bob Mounts,Jim
Weber, Linda Gertner and Anne
Chipley, Gainesville; Nancy Nim-
mo, Coral Gables; David Echols,
Decatur, Ga.; Susanne Hungate,
Miami; and Marlene Posner,
Miami Beach.

Prof Writes
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'ji rv $ '
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o/t, ii ti James M. Wing, assbclate
1 dairy husbandman wit the Agricul-
!Cat/0 .1...... tural Experiment Station, is the
author of anewbook entitled"Dairy
Cattle Management."
Published by the Reinhold Pub-
lishing Corp., It covers principles -
of management form natural
'c Z7',1 reactions and phsylologlcal prin-
ciples to their application in determining -
actual business policy.
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Deadline for Spring General
Elections candidates Is Friday,
January 17, at 5 p.m. In the office
of the student body treasurer
the Florida Union, Bill DeGrove,
secretary of the Interior, announced -
Young scientists and engineers "going places" investigate communications design reliabilitymaintainabilityengineering Monday.
a variety of challenging engineering avenues reconnaissance systems amplifier and Candidates must have a2.0 overall -

before selecting one best suited to their goals. And computer systems microwave components design average, be a member In good
and a
standing of the University,
they look for a professional climate with lots of indi electromagnetic interference control electronic sys- member of the college or school
vidual recognition and advancement opportunity. If tems analysis telemetry and tracking trajectory they represent.

you are charting your career along this course, let analysis manufacturing r&d industrial engineering Students who would like to work
Ling-Temco-Vought be your guide. technical administration plus many others. as election officials at the rate of
75$ an hour on election day should
Ai'one of the nation's most versatile contributors to For a closer look at the numerous career directions come In for an Interview In room

the aerospace, military electronics and communications available with Ling-Temco-Vought, ask your Placement 311 of the Florida Union from 3

sciences, LTV can offer you a personalized routeto Office for our brochure describing LTV projects and to 5 p.m. until January 15.
an exciting and rewarding future in such areas as products, then schedule an appointment with our Election officials must work a
minimum of five hours and amax-
aerodynamics avionics and instrumentation representative. Or write College Relations Office, Ling. imum of ten.Political .
operations analysis dynamics systems design 'Temco-Vought, Inc., P.'0. Box 5907, Dallas 22, Texas. party representativesmust

servomechanisms stress analysis propulsion Ung-Temco-Vought is an equal opportunity employer. pick up election rules from
the secretary of Interior's office
campus Interviews before the end of qualification day.

t TUESDAY, JANUARY 14 L Each party must submit a list
J L/NO T rules officials before Jan-

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TuesdayJanuary 7,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3. .

News .,
Packaged I DumpSite

Request Coming yesterday, are specifically geared"toward
personnel at the missile
WASHINGTON (UPI) The administration center and Patrick Air Force k SoughtThe
plans to ask nearly Base.
" $5.49 billion for the Civilian Space Classes are being held at Cape

. Agency in the new session of Congress Kennedy for personnel of the National : : .'
UF's "unsanitary" dumpIs
informed sources said yes- Aeronautics and Space Administration -
-4't.: apparently problem of the past,
(NASA) and two at
according to county and university
; The total request will include Patrick for civilian and military
:' nearly $5.35 billion for the 1965 personnel. Initial enrollment Included officials. v
C.C. Green Physical Plant DIvision -
fiscal year starting July 1, it was 30 students at both sites,
Chief for the UF said the
. said, and a $140 million supple- selected by NASA and base offi-
mental situation is now in the hands of
appropriation for fiscal
.\. 1964. cials.Auburn the purchasing department as the
These Quiet search is on for a dump area
figures are about $210
,,, ,
million AUBURN. Ala. UPI '" c. located away from campus.
under proposals made to ( ) -- Har-
the Budget Bureau by the National old Alonzao Franklin, 31, the first "/, Last October, B.C. Pafford,
Aeronautics and Space Adminis- Negro student admitted to Auburn '" n'?r aunty health director, unleashed
tration(NASA). University, attended classes yes- a" verbal blast at the operation
of the present dump which is located -
terday without incident. ;
Pope Heturns :'; south of the treat-
"' sewage
Franklin, a slender 6-foot-4Alr ":: : .tl
VATICAN CITY (UPI) Pope Force veteran, went virtually unnoticed ment plant.At
the time he claimed thedump's
Paul VI, weary but beaming, returned on the campus. In his """
continued existence couldbe
} :
In a triumphal torchllt pro- classes he sat wedged In among ,, i '
cession to the Vatican last night the white students, some of whom ,.'::;' .;ii' }' ', i, an eventual health hazard. This
'ifl&I4\: < brought a denial from Green.
carried on conversations with him. ',. \ ':'
from his historic pilgrimage to '
'I :J'\ '; Yesterday Pafford said "Green
The school's
the Holy Land where he calledon disciplinary com- .r'fl
and I do have an agreement to
mittee announced
that the four
all the world's leaders to devote -
themselves to white students had been placed on solve the problem. No, he said,
peace. "I haven't been out there in several
the 66-year-old pontiff had probation for removing( from cam-
months but I'm confident the
three which restrictedthe \i
pus signs
prayed in Palestine at the greatest "
shrines oi Christendom) walked grounds to faculty membersand situation is under control.
to Green the UF
According ,
students when Franklin
the path Jesus Christ followed
Saturday.Agreement. would like to obtain an area of.
to His crucifixion and taken a
HONORED I IN MIAMI land within the Alachua Countyarea
momentuous step toward ending SoughtBERLIN
near enough to the universityto
the 900-year old split with the (UPI) TIle West .Dean Emeritus Joseph Weil of the College of Engin- be In line with the costs of

Eastern Orthodox: Church. Berlin city government yesterday eering is awarded a "Book of Knowledge" plaque by hauling.

Courses Offered called on East Germans to extend Louis G. Weschsler, president of the .Pi Lambda Phi
and widen the pass agreementthat ralilin IIDI f
Association of Greater Miami
TALLAHASSEE (UPI) The allowed 1,240,000 West Berliners Alumnus WANT ADS IIRI
Florida Institute for Continuing through the wall for Christ
University Studies (FICUS) said mas season reunions with families Ringling Art Exhibit Here"Man

yesterday it is offering 16 coursesIn in the Communist sector.In .

engineering, business administration another development and Beast by Rubadoux:," by the Department of Art. sir
and teacher education in West Berlin newspaper B.Z. reported an exhibit: on loan from Ringling Rubadoux: Is a contimporary art- tcMenu
Brevard County, home of the that the Communists had Museum of Art in Sarasota, is now 1st whose work has been In one-
nation's missile test center. sentenced 19 East Berliners to on display at the UF's Gallery X. fnan exhibits throughout the world.

The two business administration prison terms ranging from two Scheduled to run through Jan.21, Self-taught, he held his first show

programs, which started to nearly six, the exhibit is sponsoredoncampus when he was 11-years-old.
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The Closing DoorThe

Vopos went impassively about their grisly jObof swinRin* closed

the doors of freedom Sunday. As the wall clanged shut, it had Its

echoes in the sobs of West Berliners whose brief holiday visits into

the Eastern sector passed like a wan smile in a long day of mourning.As .

these implacable companions to separation and aloneness'were

parted once more from their friends and families, their faces demon-

strated to the world that the burden of tyranny, with all its accompanying -

griefs and sorrows, can be crushing and so terribly personal.But .

even as the last farewells were being whispered, the people

began propping up their sagging spirits with the hope that the opening

could be repeated. The tandem statements of one woman, fa"ed by

the United Press International, express the mixture of hope and regret

that is written on thousands of faces.

"Oh, this is terrible, terrible terrible," sobbed Hilde Runge Some Advice On- Taking AH vice

when she heard the news. "My father In East Berlin will be all aloneon

his birthday tomorrow." -

lowing will at some point in your available. If you ever feel your

By HUGH McARTHUREd. collegiate cirreer make that endeavor assigned course study, dorm assignment -

more pleasurable and etc. is detrimental to you

"Maybe it's not allover," commented Miss Runge. "Who would ( Note -- This Is the first fruitful. then don't hesitate to see another
of four column series
have thought six weeks ago we could go over for Christmas -- and a biweekly The matter of advice.Take any- counselor or Dean about the situation -

suddenly there was this agreement. It's got to work out somehow. by Hugh McArthur aimed prima- body's advice about anything as ; this is your privilege as a
rily at the segment of the student
As we view the situation from thousands of miles away and admit- long as the issue is remote and student.
to whom the academic adventure
tedly less empathy than would befit a noble nature'we can only make body trivial. Where adherance to any Incidently, if you feel something
has yet to become "old
trite observations about the situation In general. advice is likely to influence your is 'astray this is reason enoughto
stuff. )
Ours is this. future success and prosperity then talk with someone, let them decide -

seek professional guidance. Don't if there really is something
Well let me congratulate back
be foolish enough to seek solutionsto wrong. As a parting thought on
all the old soldiers and welcomeall
emotional and academic com- this subject; should'any memberof
new comers. I hope all
In the "darker" ages of the past, the vampire was the symbol of you plications through the infinite wis- the staff advise you to take
fare better this trimester than the
the'quintessence of the spirit of evil. These fiendish creatures were dom of fellow freshmen. In other any action that is relatively extreme -
Alligator did last trimester.
thought to be impervious to all man's weapons, and their only Achilles' words, don't let an engineer remove (dropping out of school for
This column Is addressed to all
heel was a deathly aversion to sunlight. Thus the villain in each ancient your appendix.Are awhile, taking calculus before C-41
freshman but places particular
fable was lured Into appearing during the daylight hours, where the professional guidance etc.) be sure to solicit the opin-
emphasis the immediate
upon be met his ultimate demise writhing In the sun. upon facilities at the University reli- ion of at least two more qualified
questions and problems of the incoming -
able? The answer Is a teflalfe counselors before following the
yes. but If you have nroblems unknown advice. In other words: Don't sub-
The reliability of the information -
to the consultant then his mit to a critical operation on the
offered should not be weighedas
It Is our belief that this will be the ultimate fate of any regime that a product of my conclusionsas counsel can be no more valid thai advice of one doctor when there

tries to wall in the spirit Its population. Whether the light comes from much as it should be viewedas his information. Also, mistakesare are two or three around, even the

those of us In the free world who have an active Interest in the freedomof a synthesis of thought derived made in remote individual best can make mistakes; don't let

all mankind,or from within the spirit of the enslaved themselves, from personal conversations I cases regardless of information such a mistake cost you your life.

come It must. have had with top administratorson

And for that day, we and the watchers' at the wall wait with resolute this campus and others over

impatience to inscribe the epltath for "Communism" on the ruins of the past five years.

the wall. I hope some portion of the fol-


S. G. Book SaleIn

Blasts P IN(1s\5

the past we've neuru angry masts coming from all corners con-
demning the bookstores for "exorbitant" prices for used books in ; : \

the light of the "pittances" paid for them when they were resold! Now A. M. MowingEDITOR f C,y. S't
should be our chance to get a look at some of the people behind these t A'3

trumpets of protest.Just stand in the lounge of the Florida Union through S< Y9 r > 4ry JO

t Jan. 8 and watch them file into the room housing the student book salt. ]!
This Student Government (SG) sponsored project has enjoyed relative -

success In the past, and its purpose in a nutshell Is thus: to per- i.:
complaints of laxity in
form the buying and selling function of used,books and to spread the
the field of student service and
profits evenly between the buyers and sellers. This, of course doesn't welfare (expressed the attacksby Good advice is available everywhere

leave anything for the middle man, and therein (according to its pro- students on the Administrationand .--
ponents) lies the advantage.For .
Florida Food Service)I believe
those of you waiting breathlessly for the official sanction of The Florida
I have found one departmentof AlligatorEditor
The Alligator before plunking down your father's hard earned green the
University which outdoesall
can now Join the line.
others in sheer negligence. I
The book exchange, like SG Itself, was created for the convenienceof
speak of the Plant and Grounds

the student body and we believe it is serving that purpose admirably. Department. ................... ... ...................i...Walker Lundy

W.C.N. During finals week of last tri- Managing Editor .......... .................. ........Bill Fuller

mester, while all the residents of Editorial Editor l ...................'.............. .Wayne Norfleet

Hume Hall were busily studyingand Sports Editor ...... ............ .................Dave Berkowitz

Welcome HootersIn complying' with twenty- Campus Editor .............. ......................John Askins

four hour quiet hour regulation Wire Editor ..........................................Bob Thomas

between the then in force, we were awakenedon Feature Editor ....................... ..........Cynthia Tunstall
echos of Auld Lang Syne and the coming dirge of
,study music, we pause tonight to enjoy the twang of the country guitar two successive mornings by Campus Living Editor........., .......!.. .......Judy Lynn Prince

and the beguiling melody of folk music. We've long been fans of the the chain not-too-pleasant sound of a Editorial Assistants. ...Ernie Lltz, John Hancock, James DeMaio,
saw being used in
type of music that lets us tap our feet"and occasionally add our gravelly the trees Gail Sobering, Glenn Laney.

baritone to the chorus (confident that someone else will cover it up). directly This finally to the stopped rear In of the hall. Reporters... .MIke Power, Karen Hack, Peggy Blanchard, Douglas
So to ABC's Hootnanny with all its glittering array of stars we say afternoon only to be early Molitor, Donita Mathison, Sally Stock, Kathie Martin, Carol Nobis,

"Welcome to Gatorland, where your voices have long preceeded you." lawnmower-tractor replaced bya Ann Carter, Joe Kollln, Stan Kulp, Pam Pulley, Jim Castello, Phil

And for all you curious fans -- now is your chance to And out if bination taking where com- Hevener, Agnes Fowles, Ronald Meserve, Arthur Weitzner, Grover
Cash is that long-legged he claims to ba up chain Robinson Bob
Johnny really guitar picker saw left off.I DeLoach) Fran Snider, Fred Lane. _
In some of his songs. And If you can snow Jack Llnkletter You may

get a spot on his dad's daytime tetavisionsnow"'HouseParty"spihng see no reason for this. Far THE FLORIDA ALUUATOK is the official student newspaPer of the
be it from to stand
embarasslng secrets about your parents.At me in the way University of Florida and is published five times weekly except during
of progress but NC/T
any rate, whatever your particular Interest, lets's make these and NOT finals at 7 a.m., the months of May, June, and July when a weekly issue Is published.THE .

people welcome -- after all, look at all the free publicity we're get*'ng. during Jerold Greenfield weekl! 1 UC r FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is entered as second class matter at the

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SAYS TOP ABC TECHNICIAN Tuesdav.January 7,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 5 ."

O In January, There'sNo -

Place Like Fla. 'li i n 1 F f .

By AGNES FOWLES January?" months ago. At that time, Otto anda
Staff Writer At least, this was the candid crew came down to check out
opinion of Mr. Pete Otto, a top facilities in the gym. e
When the crew arrived in
The Broadcasting technician for ABC.
Company (ABC) chose UF for Its Work on the Hootenanny sched- Gainesville last Saturday the F,. 1i
TV Hootenanny because -- "Can uled for today and tomorrow in the cameras, additional electrictiy,
you think of a better place to be Florida Gym began almost six phone Installed.lines an.:1.Jlghts An: ABC-TV were already remote

truck, with tapes and controls to
New York, had also been broughtIn.
I Congress ODens .

According to Otto the UF main-
tenance crew has been more help-
WASHINGTON .(UPI) -- Con- on through all of 1963, and lead- ful than at any other school the
gressional leaders are trying to ers still are smarting from criti- Hootenanny has appeared.
figure out how to get twice as cism that it was a long-winded, "They made everything very
much done in half the time duringthe do-nothing Congress. This is the easy for us," he added. i f t I
second session of the 88th year of presidential nominating "Producers have decided a- 1 ;
Congress which convenes today. conventions, and Congress hopesto gainst using a stage for this per-
The first session lasted right be able to adjourn before the formance. We hope to create a
Repulbican convention opens July more Informal atmosphere with
13 in San Francisco.IT just chairs," said Otto.
ChairmanshipsStill WILL require a speedup In
everything. "Basketball Coach Norman
Democratic leaders are com- Sloan has been a real sport in
OpenThe mitted to getting the $11 billion letting ABC use the gymnasium,"
Income tax cut bill through the Otto added.
Senate and the controversial civil Yesterday morning some infor-
Florida Union Board for rights bill through both houses. mal shots of the stars were takenat THEY DON'T MIND THE WORK
Student Activities will name chair- They hope to do even more than the Plaza of the Americas.
men to nine student committeesthis that.The Then all afternoon the 30 talent because it's warm here. ABC planners, looking

month. traditional long weekendsof singers worked out timing, song ahead, chose sunny Florida for January shows at least
The vacant posts are on the Pub- House members may be the order, and introductions. This is
lic Relations, Dance, Films, International first casualty of the speedup. the "dry rehearsal"; today the partly because of the climate.
Forums, Special Pro- The White House has been urged singers rehearse with the
jects, Fine Arts, Recreation and to get in early with its recommen- cameras, according to Otto.A Council Meet CancelledA
Hostess committees. dations. peep at the show reveals that
Applications for an interview Last year, the late President "Songs of '63" will be highlighted. Legislative Council meetingset yesterday.
concerning the position may be obtained Kennedy's foreign aid request did UF Public Relations Director W. for tonight to discuss bringinga The professional gymnasts,
in room 315 of the Florida not reach Capital Hill until) April H. Kern and his department were Danish gymnastlce team to the orglnally scheduled to appear on I
Union through Friday. The inter- 2. President Johnson Is expectedto largely responsible for bringing UF has been canceled,Student Body the campus next Monday, canceled
views are scheduled for next week. have his In shape within weeks. Hootenanny to the UF, Otto said. Vice-Pres. Frank Harshaw said their performance at the UF.

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Page 6 The Florida Alligator Tuesday January 7,1964 A Fuss!
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MILL STORE, U. S. Hwy. 19 Sorority Rush Is such a fuss

: \(! r I;I Crystal River, Fla.--Only 1 hr. [.5e., .. 'vices'j, .' Many are inclined to say

.. .. . 15 min. from Univ. Literally TONS But to all who go to Sorority Row

SUNBEAM 1962 Alpine, Red,Black OF TWOELS AND MILES OF FA- It's a glad and wonderful day.

interior. Excellent condition, BRICS. See the lovely colors The girls in each sororityAre
MOTHER'S LOVE and care for
$1775. Call FR 6-9271, Tom available for your home.IRREGULARS busy with skits and songs
infants and children in private
Eddie. (G-68- OF FINE QUALITIES. Many To make each party a special event
home. 1-1/2 miles west of Fields
first quality items also. Our And each rushee feels she belongs.
Plaza. Best references. 67673.
1957 BELLA SCOOTER-Needs carpet ends are beautiful and about Each rushee hurries to the partiesShe
repair-reduced cost. 2-6381 Jen- three-fourths off. The finest bedspreads is asked and wants to attend

one-third off. Tel. 795- And excitement and fear both fill her head
and ask for Moore.G .
3399. (A-67-tf-c). On the hopes she'll be asked back again.
Whether one hundred fifty or fifteen hundred guests,
SEAMS FIXED. What have to
The task is still the same
1957 FORD-Former Police car. be sewn? Mrs. Klein 3727967.
Los & Round
Automatic transmission. Radio To cordially meet and visit with each rusheeSo
and heater Reasonable. 6-3649 that you clearly remember her name.

(Downstairs) (G-68-3t-c). LOST -- Pair of Prescription KNOW YOUR BARBERS! Ed I And when the parties are over
And the busy rushing is done
tortoise shell glasses brown clip Lackey, Harvey Bell, Tony Warm thoughts continue to linger
I case on Jan. 5. Contact David Pedrero. Razor cuts 175. See ali
On the good times and fun.
.. Bulman 908 South Hall. (L-68- Duncan for a good shine. Former
For Sale But one last event Is on its way --
2t-c). college. Inn Barber Shop. Tele-
An event that HAS to come ,
phone 29129. (M-68-3t-c).
And that is the time of pledging day

For pledges ----every one.
1961 ALLSTATE Moped. Good Jie'lp,'Wanted CAN YOU AFFORD to play horse With pledges dressed in white

polo? Elementary or advanced .
condition dependable transpor-
And all the sisters grinning
tation. Call FR 2-3534. 5-9 p.m. DELIVERY BOYS Must have training for man or horse. Everyone is prepared

(A-68-3t-p). car- -part-time. Apply in personat Facilities limited to one at this i I For the ceremony of pinning.
time. Col. Terrlll E. Price,
Alan's Cubana next to the
Seagle And with all the sisters togetherYou
FOR SALE --New Raleigh Man's Building. Phone 61252. (C-67- retired. Tepee Ranch. Williston can bet they'll all
bicycle-excellent value also crib Road. 25844. (M-68-5t-p).
1 t-c).
That of all the things in the whole wide world

with good mattress, and play pen. SECRETARY NEEDED. Part- You can't beat a sorority.For .
2-5953 after 6. (A-68-3t-c).
second trimester.
time. Beginning
the Winter trimester, each sorority is scheduled to have
Office s t e n experience neces- WantedWANTEDGraduate
New 0 one informal party of 45 minute duration on Jan. 11 and 12. On
Working days Tuesday and
sary. Jan. 15, two preferential parties can be scheduled these partiesare
Call Hlllel Foundation.
Thursday. student to optional for each sorority. Then, on Jan. 18, formal pledgingis
2-2900 after 1:00 p.m. (
share 2 bedroom house with same. slated.
1400 HA./H R..d-AI.1" "10" c).
AU privileges. Close to campus. '

HELD OVER $35 mo. 1525 N.W. 5th Ave. 6- '
HEELS! put ,on in 5 minutes 3728. (C-68-lt-p). I Racial Case TakenWASHINGTON r
last *
times 2 hits SOLES put on in 15 minutes WANTED--One girl to share apt
doors with 3 others. Large apt., closeto (UPI)-- The Supreme ward County, Va., has the rightto

open GoriestBloodiest.. a MODERN SHOE campus 915 S.W. 2nd Ave. FR Court, in a flurry of actionon shut down all public schooling

REPAIR SHOP 2-5644. $85 a month. (C-67-3t-c). racial cases, agreed yester- rather than integrate.

6:30: across from lit national bank WANTED--Male roommate Ior2. day to decide whether Prince Ed- Acceptance of the case on the

-- Contact Harry Strub. Graduate decision docket means that the
show U" \ student Univ. ext 2661. C- MusicCoursesStart court will rule on a controversial
ons DUn. .. --- (
H' 51 OH ....;-:: -: 030.9:006so :
last I which has
at 7see tItCIAIMIUTANCt WItH 9: 68-3t-c). dispute seen the county
AND refuse to schools
.t1l"-OAHTS\ times operate
= WILL THE PERSON who took my FridayFlorida
black, wool, Russian, Coss 'c* hat 1959.ORAL
BtOOD finals ARGUMENTS will be
IN during please return It to
V > tea c her staking heard beginning March 30. The
in the Student Publications Office in
2 hitslate
i Josh "Clinic Credit Conference"music court will later hand down a decision -
the basement of the Fla. Union.
as' color I courses for 1964 will have on the dispute.
Owner carrier of infectious scalp
8:35 disease. Reward! their first sessions at the state Prince Edward, located in the

I convention of the Florida Music heart of Virginia's tobacco belt, '

Educators in Daytona Beach Jan. has provided private schools for

CANYOU Leslie Caron / ',For Rent; 10 and 11. white pupils since the county boardof

Maurice Chevalier The course is offered by the UF supervisors refused to appropriate -

( hholzx/* Department of Music in cooperation tax funds to operate integrated -

TAKE }lJEDH WED FURNISHED single room adjoiningbath. with the College of Educationand public schools. Last fall,
the Florida Music Educators outside sponsors suceeded in set-
IT? Nice quiet home. Kitchen
MIPH NHSOH Association.In ting up a private school systemfor
\ Privileges. Preferred female student -
; addition to the convention Negro children.
( )AcKRiPPERw 01 $40 a month including 814
sessions there will be two daysof
N.E. 11th Ave. after 5:30 anytime,
.. -:. on-campus Instruction in
starts weekends 2-2191B-68-4t-c 836 GraduateThere
7117! lI ).
I "".clot 'i Gainesville in August. In the
10VE oW0.'NS' Iron"ronn' JlJlICi.l1CUL
friday \ 'INl...pew..," Interval between the two sessions,
.. : : t h3-S'7 9 PM 2 ROOMS, furnished. Motel type the teachers work on Individual were 836 candidates for

unit. Private entrance. 2 blocks research projects under the degrees for the fall term--a Jump
from Main 19th of almost 200
Library extending supervision of UF music candidates over the
St. N.W. some units have refri- professors. fall trimester of 1962.

gerators, a i conditioning, rea- The graduates, who will receive

\-Lemnion sonable University approved 6-64- degrees at the end of the session,
Cinema Schedule
94. (B-68-lt-c). will be formally recognized at annual -

commencement exercises
4 a
"EVEN IRMA WOULD APARTMENT furnished air-con- STATE--Fanny: 1:30,4,6:30, and April 19.

ditioned. Like a small home 9. Through today. Starts Wed. The list of candidates shows 628

BE AMAZED AT WHAT near campus. Also room in pri- nesday--Lilies of the Field students completing work for bac-

A GOES ON! vate home with or without kitchen FLORID A--Who's Minding the calureate degrees, 166 for mas-

privileges, home atmosphere. Store: 1:15, 3:10, 5:05, 7, and 8:55. ters' degrees, 41 doctorate degrees -

60410. (B-67-tf-c). Through today. Starts Wednes- and one for a specialist in

0o C.a day--Under The Yum Yum Tree. education degree.

ATTRACTIVE ROOM with central _.
-- ----
heat in quiet modern home. Ideal

r for student who needs a desirable

4eJ place to study. FR 27883. (B- 0

--, 68-5t-c). U Uh

y SMALL FURNISHED C.C.B. bed- irj J 1P \[

room, electric Kitchen, tile
w shower. Linda Ann Court. Ocala

Road. $50. per month. Couple BEEF TIPS AND RICE

preferred. 6-5826. (B-68-3t-c).
Served with: one vegetable, one salad, rolls

and butter, coffee or tea (i iced or hot). 95$.

forming at Lake Wauberg Stables.

YUMMY Five lessons at reduced rates. A SPECIAL EVERY DAY AT TOWN HOUSE !

S J$ L 1 i' Class limited to first five appli-

cants. Instructor Colonel Terry Townhouse Restaurant

Price retired formerly commandIng -
JERRY LEWIS / last horse
B Training Regimentat
2204 S.W. 13th St.
p "WHO'S MINDING THE STORE U.S. Cavalry School. Call Gary 376-9904

at 4669295. or Col. Price FR complete carry-out service :




TuesdayJanuary 7,1964 The Florida Alligator I Page 7SINGING --

Sincerity Key
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... \ 'f' To Johnny CashBy

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Editorial Assistant

"Johnny Cash has the unique quality of feeling what he sings and pro-
jecting that feeling It comes out with sincerity and conviction."
These statements according to his manager, Saul Hollff, are dis-
criptive of the California singer-writer Johnny Cash who is on campusto
appear in the American Broadcasting Company (ADC) Hootenanny
television show.

Holllff said during a rehersal yesterday that Cash sings what he
feels and writes from experience. Adhering to this formula, Cash
M has sold over 15 million records and written "I Walked the Line",
"Picktrf Time" and the one he will do tonight, "Five Feet High and

":>'\i Rising." .
I"''' ''i:1 '4:"i' Cash is given to intense brooding, Hollff said.
"He is truly one of the few, absolute non-conformists that I have
V : ever met," he said.
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These aspects of his personality indicate a sensitive individual
whose vivid emotion would be necessarily translated to his art.

.. The rise of folk music, authentic and pseudo, is very definitely
\ ..<114-" a significant development in the musical taste of the young generation
';'II. according to Hollff who believes that it is here to stay.
"Even when folk music is pseudo, it's more thought provoking than
rock and roll. It's obvious that it has more lasting qualities to it."


.who writes much of his own music, shares the bill tonight with Jo Mapes, Bob Gib-

son, Leon Bibb, the Johnson Family, the Coverntry Singers, and comedian Adam Keefe. Vietnam Reds Clash I

The show begins at 8 in Florida Gym. (Photo by Carolyn Johnston) ,
I ,

SAIGON (UPI) Government was damaged by fire from heavy
Public Hearing Set On HousingA forces supported by rocket-firing automatic weapons.

U.s. helicopters clashed with a There were no confirmed reports -
Communist Viet Cong battalion on Communist casualties.But .
housing code, designed to sion Monday night with the added ing with the problems of slum and
25 miles south of Saigon Sunday, government ground units said
up-grade substandard buildings in motion that a public hearing be substandard areas.Commissioner .
according to military sources believed the attacking helicoptersand
the Gainesville area was receivedby set for Jan. 27. A.D. Sutherlandsaid
here. airplanes inflicted heavy
the Gainesville City CommlsEnrollees Arnold Butt, UF faculty mem- he thought the proposed ordinance heli-
They said three American losses on the Viet Cong.
ber and chairman of the Gaines- deserved a public hearing wounded
copter crewmen were ,
ville Plan Board commis- because the board
gave even though one of them seriously. Their
sioners the 50-page document with has undoubtedly screened out a DamesDr.
names were not released.The Ag
UF enrollment continues to the comment, "This proposal has good many objections, a chance sources said the battle
climb with 12,531 students registered been thoroughly reviewed by con- should be provided to voice the
started in Long An Province
for the winter trimester cerned and capable citizens, and pros and cons." Roy S.Clemmons UF instructor ?
8 and government fighter
at the close of preliminary their views and opinions have received plane a.m.and bomber strikes againstthe of psychiatry, will speakto
careful consideration by the the the Agriculture Dames Thurs-
registration Satur- There was no discussion of Communist forces continued
board." day night at 8 p.m.
proposal among commissioners as until nightfall.
day.Additional Butt said that for nearly
students are expected Commissioner E. H. Andrews unconfirmed
Preliminary, reports -
to 10-years interested area civic asked that it be allowed to remainon
register throughoutthe estimated government casualties The meeting will be at the homeof
first week of classes which groups had recommended the enactment unfinished business to give an
at about 15 killed and 40 Mrs. FJS. Jamison, 709 N.W.
started Monday, according to of a modern housing ordinance opportunity for review. wounded. One personnel carrier 22nd Street.
Registrar Richard Johnson. as a primary tool in deal- The proposal has been In the

Figures show 820 more stu- hands of the Plan Board since the
Bottle Machine
dents already trolled for this summer of 1962 whenthecommission -
trimester than the 11,711 final A milk bottling machine valuedat authorized the city manager to a
See What's
count at the close of regis- $18,455 has been presented to the have a housing ordinance preparedand New in

tration for last year's com- UF Agricultural ExperimentSta- this authorization was passedon __
parable term. tion by the American Can Company. to the Plan Board.

The Browse Shop

TrafficContinued ovR- BEEF STEW T is veRsit '-(

WiTH rt-lt Qualify PaperbacksDOCTORS
( from page I) \ CoLLEqeCRC

said Officer B. M. Bishop. >WD
Beynon Ray
"Actually they have no farther to
go on foot than residents in Humeor SHRINES OF TUT-ANKH-AMON

Jennings." .Alexandre Plankoff

Parking lots are available in FORESIGHT & UNDERSTANDING .Stephen Toulin
three places. One is near the
Plants ART OF LOVING .Erich Fromm
and Grounds Dept. on Radio -
Road; another is located behind SILENT SPRINGCONCEPTS

Rawlings Hall, and a third OF SPACE .Max Jammer
behind Hume
These lots total over 600 park- POETRY HANDBOOK .Babetre Deutsch

ing spaces, according to Shuler, v
well over the 250 spaces formerlyused Fine Line Technical I Reference

on campus. At no time :
last trimester were the lots filled, 00
Shuler .Panofsky and Phillips
said. ,
The traffic plan was developedby PRINCIPLES OF ELECTRICITY & MAGNETISM

the Parking and Traffic Com- .Pugh and Pugh
mittee. Dr. A.W. Wirtala, secretary -
of the committee said in I INTRODUCTORY ATOMIC PHYSICS

1955 a team of consultants recommended .. .Wehr and Richards
peripheral parking-- tatnanella'sGourmet

PUking"We han off-campus--when reached utilized 15,000.the resultsof enrollment tJ4 j The BROWSE SHOP .

that traffic study," Wirtala Shop Delicatessen Dingy ng Room
said. "At the next plateau of Campus Shop & bookstore
enrollment, further changes will Open 7 days a week 11 am to 9 pm. 706 W. Univ ,
be made."

Bayou Tigers Rip Gators 87- 65

BATON ROUGE, La. (Special- first half shots. the way, led by 30 at one junc- ,' ," '
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Stumbling, mistake prone Floridaran The Tigers' early a 22-point < "
into a red-hot gang of Louisiana meanwhile, was lead by (guard winner.
State University Tigers here Bobby Fetter and 6 foot 5 forward Florida actually made a good ALLIGATOR
last night, and staggered away a Dick Maile, who scored 14 second half comeback,out-scoring
87-65 loser. and 13 points,respectively. Maile, LSU 46-40, but LSU's halftime
Falling for the third time this consistently hitting from 20-25 lead was too much to overcome.
season, the Gators were never feet out, finished the night's work SPORTS
worse. For all practical purposes, with 31 points to pace LSU. Brooks Henderson wiJi 19points (
they were never in the South- After some halftlme recuperation : and Mont Highley with 13 were the
eastern Conference (SECball the Gators come back only Gators to gain double figure ,
game after the first eight minutesof managed to cut ISU's 28-point notation. ; /. .
the contest had elapsed. bulge to 16 points with 12 minutesto With an overall 5-3 record now, .I Tuesday January 7,1964 Page 8 ;,
LSU broke an early 7-7 dead- play. But the Tigers regained the Gators are 1-1 in SEC com- ; ,
lock and raced to a staggering their first half form the rest of petition.at li1t :i, ':il fit n1! _=.

47-19 10-minute lead by period halftlme of the Duringone half Into I
the Tigers outs cored coach UF Swimmers Splashing Action

Norman Sloan's fumbling team

190.Florida's disastrous.first half The mistakeswere Gators, Toughest Part Of Schedule Aheadtrip I

playing as if in a trance, were
continually guilty of crippling floor Florida Pool with meets against and several group meets. His 22.7 seconds against Alabama
errors which helped boost the already By DAVE BERKOWITZ Georgia and Georgia Tech sporting Florida's 400 yd. medley relay tied the UF varsity record in the
hot Tigers. To make Sports Editor a 4-0 pre-Christmas mark. team's best mark of the young 50 set by Bill Grover In 1962.
matters worse, the Gators Florida's Southeastern Confer- The Gators hold wins over Ala- season is 3:49. The time was Livingston, a two-time All-
connected on only seven of 32 ence Champion swimming team bama, 77-18; Vanderbilt, 55-38; set by the combination of Dick America, in his best effort so
returns to action later this weekGETTING Sewanee, 55 40, and Emory, Farwell, Charlie King, Jerry far swam the 100 freestyle in 50.8
I 6232. Livingston and Jim Roos. seconds.
UF swimmers have yet to crack Karwell holds tne best markin Farwell holds a 23.4 seconds
team marks, but smashed several the 200 yd. freestyle with a clocking and Rick Clarke a 24.8
: pool marks where they swam on time of 1:55.5. Bill Corbin also seconds mark in the 50.
I p1fkJ the four away meets. The meatof swims the event for the UF. His Livingston also holds the best
the season's competition still fastest clocking is 1:57.2. time in the 200 yd. Individual
lies ahead with two meets against Livingston paces UF swimmersin medley with a time of 2:10.0.In .
FSU, a three-meet Carolina road the 50 and 100 yd. freestyle. the 200 yd. backstroke, Rod
Hubbert holds a time of 2:11.7
and Corbin paces swimmers in
the 500 yd. freestyle with a time
DoguardNamed of 5:34.7. King turned in the
best time so far in the 200 yd.
\ breastroke with a time of 2:28.3.
Frosh Tank CaptainFrosh The 400 yd.freestyle relay team'
recorded its best time in 3:28.8

UF swimmers have elected Tom Dioguardi to be team captainfor with Farwell, Hubbert, Roos and
the 1964 season as they prepare to meet Georgia's Baby Bulldogsin Livingston making up the quartet.All .
their opening meet of the year on Thursday. the marks are expected to
Dloguardi>from Riviera Beach High School, afreshman recordin improve as the competitionstiffens.
the 50 yard freestyle with a time of 22.6 seconds in the annual .
Orange and Blue swimming meet in November.The Lansing Price andJerryChavesand
Baby Gators will also be counting on Lance Gerlln from Miamiin Bill Olinger have both done
the Individual medley and freestyle, Blanchard Tual of Memphis, well for UF diving in the four
Term in the backstroke, Scott Edgett from South Broward, Bob Reinesof previous meets.
J A Patterson, N. J. and Jack Baures of St. Petersburg all in the breast-
The frosh 1964 schedule:
Jan. 9 Georgia Gainesville
1FIw Jan. 25 FSU TallahasseeJan. w

28 Tulane Gainesville
Feb. 15 FSU Gainesville
Feb 21 Southern Intercollegiate
Invitational Athens, Ga.
Mar. 2 Dade J.C. Gainesville
Mar. 5-7 SEC TuscaloosaMar.
13 Pompano Beach and Pine Crest ..
(Class A high school champs) Miami ,
.for Thursday's swimming meet against Georgia are Mar. 14 Dade J.C. and Jackson (Class AA
high school champs) Miami
Charlie King and Bill Corbin.
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I Milk .56$ per half gallon LIVINGSTON

Tomatoes. 4 for 19$

Lettuce 25$ a head
Delicious Apples 10$ each I Club Notes I

Oranges 69$ per dozen
.,. Potatoes 5 Ibs. for 33$ CLUB

AU men Interested in Wrestling
the current trimester meet
See Our New Line of Delicious Italian during
tomorrow afternoon at 4:00' p.m.
Spaghetti and Cheeses I IJ in the Recreation Room of Florida

J I Gym.At this time a decision will be

No.sus made on practice times and objectives
4 of the club.


Drawings for Orange and Blue
., Leagues will be held tomorrow at
2410 NEWBERRY ROAD Within Walking Distance 4:00 p.m., in room 229 Florida

across from Beta Woods Of Corry Village Gym. E ach fraternity is requestedto
; Avenue
211 IV University
have a representative presentat
this meeting.