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Title: The Florida alligator
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Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: January 8, 1964
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Full Text
Announces CandidacyFor

SG PresidentOn The Florida

V.O.T.E. TicketBy

MIKE POWER Alligator

Staff Writer

Student Body Vice-Pres. (William)Frank Harshaw last night answereda

definite "yes" to V.O.T.E. party rank and file inquiries that he wouldbe Vo1.56 8 1964
iJO.69 University of Florida, Gainesville WednesdayJanuary ,
their candidate for the Student Body Presidency for 1964.
The surprise announcement came at a small gathering of party
members at the PI Lambda Phi fraternity house.
Party personnel said the move was an answer to questions and Control Board To Pick

suggestions that Harshaw was the most qualified V.O.T.E. candidateand

should be run for the presidency.In .

an announcement to the small Site
Space University
group of party bigwigs, Harshaw
said, "We must advance--
to serve more students and serve TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Gov. university and research center scheduled to be made at the boardof
them more effectively. We cannot arras Bryant said yesterday he close to Cape Kennedy. control meeting here Friday.
stand still. Student Government will relay to the board of controlthe Bryant said he did not know Bryant met with newsmen after
(SG) cannot mean outworn ideas "very logical and persuasive," whether the Information will delay a 45-minute closed-door session

or power politics. arguments of UJS. space officialsfor selection of a site for a new with Maj. Gen. Leighton I. Davis,
He called, for SG to "speakout location fit a space-oriented university ineast-centralFlorida, commander of the new Air Force
--- -
strongl' about the defects of National Missile Range Division

the trimester system." LAST NIGHT AND TONIGHT the Department of Defense, and Dr.

Harshaw, 24-year-old graduate r Kurt Debus, director of the John F.
engineering student,stressed ser- .
Center. Max
d Kennedy Space
vice In Student Government in y xA Students Hoot'By Brewer of Tltusville, member of
the address to the V.O.T.E.party.
the road board, sat in on the con-
"I believe in a strong, ser- ference.

vice-minded Student Government. JIM CASTELLO Bryant said the space leaders
I need the help and support of Staff Writer
feel the state can find a better location -
all students. With this help we
than the three now under
build student Thousands of UF students into Florida last
can a government jammed Gymnasium
consideration by the board of
ready to meet the challenges a- night to hear and participate in the first ABC-TV Hootenanny Show on control, two in the vicinity of Orlando -

head," he said. campus. and one at Sanford.
Party members said Harshawwas Students sat on the floor of the gigantic "television theater" and said and
FRANK He Davis Debus feel
chosen as the presidential HARSHAW watched enthusiastically as some 14 entertainers performed for the that the university, along witha
candidate because of past"proven eo .wants No.1 1 taping of the nationally televised program. proposed extension of the University
organizational ability" In cam- Big name stars including Johnny Cash, Jo Mapes, Bob Gibson, and of Florida Engineering
pus politics and because of his .Leon Bibb all received overwhelming response to their individually College authorized for east-cen-

"administrative know-how." styled interpretation of folk singing by the UF student body. tral Florida, must be on the same
The 14 V.O.T.E. party frater- .BulletinAttorneys The Johnson Family and The Coventry Singers, the two folk singing campus and as close as feasibleto
nities gave Harshaw the goaheadat groups on the program, also proved equally adept at entertaining the Cape Kennedy.

yesterday's meeting.The audience with their vibrant style of music interpretation. Bryant said Debus arid Davis did
Vice-President, marries Comedian Adam Keefe delighted the audience with his rare style not
suggest any specific site.
for the 12 UF stu-
and the father of a one year- comedy and humor.
dents and members who
old daughter, has
previously with the Legislative were arrested while picketingfor Many students also had their chance to appear on television as the
Council, as chairman of the Rules equal rights in Ocala last cameras spent about 25 per cent of the time panning the audience par- Nyet!
and Calendar Committee and as month filed a motion yesterdayfor ticipating in the collegiate styled folk singing show.A .
chairman of the Engineering Fair. a bill particulars which change in the show's format put all the performers in a group The campus police, thetown'
would direct the City of Ocalato seated on the same level with the audience. The entertainers stayed top whistle tooters since
specify the charges againstthe before the audience and cameras the entire length of the 60 minute the UF Installed the new restricted -
Speculation has permeated the group, The Alligator show. Performance was according to set script, however. area signs, fell victim
campus political air that present learned last night. to a revengeful bit of humorby
Student Body Pres. Paul Hendrlck According to the group's attorney Ticket supply to last night's show and tonight's 8 p.m. performancehas some apparently disgruntled
might seek the nomination for a Francisco Rodriguez of been depleted. Some 5,500 tickets were distributed to students motorist.
second term, an almost unprece- Tampa who called Austin Creel for each of the two shows. Sometime Monday night

dented move. last night froi.. Tampa, shearing Tonight's show feat res Jimmie Rodgers, Josh White and Family, someone painted the back of
on all motions connectedwith The Tarrlers, Hoyt Axton, Joan Myers and comedian Jackie Varnon. one of the signs to read: "You

He decided yesterday, however, the case is expected Jan. Doors close at 7: 45 p.m. are now leaving the American
to drop out of the UP political 28 in Ocala. The afternoon dress rehearsal gives non-student folk singing enthusiasts Sector" --in Russian and in
picture at the end of his present a chance to see the show. Admission is also by free ticket English.
term. ,, with the doors closing at 4:45 p.m.

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2 The Florida Alligator Wednesday January 8,1964In

SAE Corner

City SuitHires UF Prof

By PHIL HEVENER Bartley was voted a $500 retainer Tuesday Bartley said he didn't
Staff WriterDr. by a vote of 3-2. Commissioners feel it would be proper to com-

Byron Winn, Alan Su- ment on his job as consultant
Ernest Bartley, UF faculty therland and Ed Turlington voted "while the case Is in court." ,r r
member was hired Monday night for the measure, and Dr.Edwin fl., At least two oil companies have
Gainesville Commissioners -
by City
Andrews and Howard McKinney sought the right to build service
to serve as consultantin
voted against the move. Dr. stations at this corner and the
the legal entanglement over the
is trouble has arisen since
Bartley a planning zoning spe- present
former 13th Street University
cialist. last summer when the city com-
Avenue site of the SAE Frater-
The three suits are now wend- mission leversed an earlier decision -
nity house.
ing their way through the courts, which would have permitteda
Gainesville is raced with three and city attorney Osee Fagan has service station there.

suits, all of which concern the said he will file an answer later Property owner Wilber Bishop
best use of the vacated propertyat this week in answer to a court called the action of the commis-
this corner. directive concerning the case. sion at that time "unlawful, unreasonable -
and capricious." Since

then the suits have been filed.


Education Girls 1

To Hold MeetingThe .performs for students during yesterday's dress rehearsal -

for ABC's Hootenanny television program.
Education Dames will hold
their regular monthly meeting tonight (Photo by Carolyn Johnston)

at the home of Dr. and Mrs.

John Moorman, 1008 N.W. 21st
Street. Guest speaker for the
mod meeting will be Dr. Theodore Senator Mathews
; Landsman. All members are urgedto
r.p attend and any Education wife

is cordially Invited to come and
join the Dames. Releases PlatformTALLAHASSEE

Do your laundry (UPI) Sen. as governor ne would do no more
while you shop John E. Mathews Jr. releasedhis than work "with" the citrus in-

: SHOES FOR MEN platform of the citrus Industry dustry."I .
today stating It mainly is to "let
would do all In my powerto
the industry run its own affairs.
oppose the lifting of tariff duties

Mathews said he would do thisif on citrus products," he said. ..J

elected governor because he dislike to think of our growers

knows of no industry in the state being faced with the foreign com-

Available in that has done a better job of petition"now being developed so

keeping its own house in order.IN rapidly.
,, Black or Brown
KoiNIU HE SAID he would name qualified -
Reg. 12.99 A LETTER to Homer Hooks, and competent people to the

SALE $9.87 executive secretary of the Florida commission and see that there was
704 W Univ. Ave
Citrus Commission, Mathews said no political interference.


Engineering & Science Mathews said the Industry has

tyT). been too hamstrung at times by

QT'SY Degree Candidates (BS MS PhD) restrictions and the role of
government in this field should be
to cooperate, and not throw a road

Broad InvolvementIN block in the way.Positions.


spacetechnology Applications are being taken for
Spring campus election officialsIn
Room 311 of the Florida Union.

Between 70 and 80 students are

ntded to operate election ma-
Join Pan Am's Guided Missiles chines, and to check and stamp

Range Division at Cape Kennedy, ID'S at election booths. Election
officials work a minimum of five
Florida. Engineer and scientists hours and a maximum of ten at
with PAN AM at the Atlantic Missile Range
(AMR) must match the capabilities of each new the rate of 75 cents an hour.
launch vehicle (spacecraft or missile) with range Interested students may apply
Instrumentation systems of equal or greater accu for an interview with Bill De-
racy. This means advanced study of the systems Grove in room all of the Florida
and vehicles to be tested-each
more !
cated than the last. Union from 4 to 5 p.m. Monday,
Wednesday and Friday and from
In 10 years of range planning,
engineering and 1 to 5 and Thurs-
operation of AMR for the Air Force Missile Test p.m. Tuesday
Center, Pan Am's GMRD has created a new and day. Deadline for applications is
continually evolving range technology. To match Jan. 20.
the flight parameters of new programs such as
Apollo Test Vehicles, Saturn Dames MeetThe

Boosters, Titan III and 'Gemini, UF Pharmacy Dames will

are open In Advanced Planning/Rang, important assignments meet tonight ,at 8 at the home of

Development/Systems Engineering/Facilities En.Ilnllrln'8. Dr. Edward Garrett, 3957 NW
... and Down Range Operations Ninth Court.


Wednesday & Thursday, Jan. 15 16 Old fiat POUND! *
Arrange an appointment with
Placement Director now. STEAK oCt

Or write to Mr.Harry Entity ,. &
Manager of College Relation $1.95 *


s R 'O,J"nlAPage COCNTHTv

WednesdayJanuary 8,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3
To Discuss Trimester Plans--

I SEGR Sets Meeting l

Begin By May P

Members of the Student Groupfor last December both Creel and
Equal Rights are scheduledto Rivenbark said they expect severalof
Staff Writer meet Sunday night for the first those who participated in the 4
time this trimester to discuss future Dec. 7, picketing demonstration 4 1
action. to be present for a report.
First construction of UF buildings under the 1963 Tuesday. I
I bond Issue for Florida universities and junior colleges Philpott, UF vice-president, said the buildings will Rick Rivenbark, president of
will begin sometime in May, Harry M. Philpott said be partly financed by $14 the organization;, said the meetingwill
million alloted the university from be held at the Hillel Center, Attorney Francisco Rodriguez
the $75 million worth of bonds 16 NW 18th Street. Starting timeIs was in Ocala Tuesday filing
authorized by the state's voters 8 p.m. several procedural briefs,
Debate last November. according to Rivenbark. No trial

Additional i I funds totalling$9 "Basically," Rivenbark said, date has yet been set for the 12
million came from a revenue "it will be a sort of welcome who were bonded out of jail, and
Certificate Issue sold in 1961. back meeting. We're go'.ig to be Creel said he expects to hear from

RefusedTALLAHASSEE "Our goal is to have all Buildings concerned with what we will do Rodriguez before the Sunday
on the program under this trimester." meeting.

construction by Jan. 1, 1965,"
(UPI) -- Jacksonville Philpott said. Total cost will be According to Austin Creel, faculty -
Mayor Haydon Burns and about $23 million. advisor to the group, one of "They don't appear to be In
former Sen. Fred 0. Dickinson, d "The new Student Union be the principal projects this trimester much over there in Ocala to do
West Palm Beach, refused yes- finished sometime in 1966.may" he will be a voter registrationdrive anything about It," Creel said.
terday to join their fello'> Demo- added. In connection with the com-

cratic candidates for governor in Additions to the Engineering and ing elections.
joint radio television debates a- Industries buildings will be
round the among Creel thought there should also Ask the Man
state. the first to go up. Others include -
be a report on integration talks
new Plant and Grounds facilities -
a now being conducted with the Flor-
"I will conduct my campaign research facilities for from Equitable
ida and State theaters and severalof
independently and without the the Chemical Engineering depart-
the smaller restaurants town.In .
counsel, advise or assistance of ment, a graduate research library, in aboutan
any of the other candidates' an agricultural experiment station connection with the arrest of

Burns said.Dickinson. (at Bradenton), a psychiatric unit 12 members of the group in Ocala income
for children at the Health Center

who plans to offi- DR. HARRY M. PHILPOTT and renovation in Norman Hall. can'toutlive
cially announce Jan. 16, declined "Completion of the projects will Religious GroupSet you
direct comment on the proposalfor .explains first use of end anywhere from 18 to 24 months

joint appearances. bond issue funds. after they art started," Philpottsaid. MeetingThe

Christian Science Organi-
On Johnson Message-- zation at the UF welcomes all
students and faculty members to FRANK LENTZ

I Its meetings -- held each Sun- 236 SW 4th AvenueFR
day at 6:45 p.m. in room 218 of
Demos Promise ActionWASHINGTON the Florida Union. 2-1210

(UPI-Presideni lative targets. lie invited mem- to the House and Senate at 12:30
Johnson reviewed his State of the bers of the AFL-CIO Executive p.m. Wednesday.
Union Message yesterday with Council to lunch and gets together Mansfield did say Johnson was JANUARY SALE'
Democratic congressional leaders tonight with business executives. "endeavoring to do everything he
and got a promise of swift actionon Senate Democratic Leader Mike can to see that the ultimate for
the administration's top Mansfield said the State of the next year's budget will be under
priority civil right and tax reduction Union Message accents domestic $100 billion."
programs.The Issues. He said 1 I. is "to the Mansfield said Johnson and the
President meets later today point," in seeking to deal with congressional leaders spent a good
with two highly influential groupsof national interests. But Mansfield bit of time going over the Stateof
labor and business leaders to would not give specific details of the Union Message.
solicit backing for his 1964 legis the program Johnson will submit selection from 166 units of fall-winter

_PatronizeGator; : fabrics. Best selection 36-42 regular & long.

Assassination Didn'tChange Regular 59.95-75.00

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alterations extra

CONCORD; N.H. (UPI) -- Sen. land in a second attempt to sweep
Barry Goldwater made a political the Communist regime of Fidel
sounding in Bellweather, New Castro from power. NEWIN

Hampshire yesterday and said he He also said he believes tnat THE JANUARYATLANTIC SWEATERS REDUCED 1/3
has not lost any'support since Russia would "release captive na-

the assassination of President tions" rather than risk breaking ? Regular 8.95 17.95
Kennedy. diplomatic relations with the
"The picture hasn't changed," United States. Scan OTaolaln: "Vive Moll": Ireland's
he said. GOLDWATER COMMENTED on finest writer tells of his early years '
and the Influences which awakened his SPORT SHIRTS 10
THERE HAD been speculationthat world problems yesterday as he Imagination An Atlantic Extra. eoch 3 FOR
the Arizona conservative had opened a three-day swing through ALSO
lost support since President John New Hampshire to capture sup- r long & short sleeves
"The Power of James R. Hoffa":
son assumed the presidency' port in the state's first-in-the- A. H. Raskin reports on the Teamsters regular 5.00 8.95
"It's hard to sit out West in nation presidential primary March Union and the secret Of Hoffa's power.

a hospital and Judge how this anti- 10.He "The Art of Being Free"; Are today's for
Goldwater sentiment is going and said that to settle the Cuban colleges educating men In the art of PANTS $$18S
being free? Author-critic Gerald W. 15.00
what effect it has. I'm convincedit's question, he would openly sup- Johnson discusses the question.

had little effect," he said. port Cuban exile groups and give "Born a Square: The Westerner!' We cuff 'em .other alterations extra
Goldwater made the remarks after them the guns and ammunition to Dilemma": Wallace Stegner believes',
speaking to 15 Republican state blast Castro out of his island that most writers who have spent their
youth in the western part of the United
senators who were meeting with stronghold now defended with Soviet -
States don't feel at home In
Senate President Philip S. Dunlap.He arms. a literary generation JACKETS 1/2
Sen. He said hewould allow the
said he had "picked up com- What happens whenan PRICE
Dunlap" as a supporter. mander of the North Atlantic outstanding stiff
Goldwater said he would spenda Treaty Organization (NATO) to of editors, sets out liC
total of three weeks in New "decide on the use of tactical nuclear to produce of the a magazine highest / ..1Jfll. er-lined & quilted parkafond
Hampshire before the March 10 weapons." academic and tlLPw.
presidential primary, the first in He said some persons think he cultural interests
the nation, and would be in the wants "to let every second lieu- You'll read know The when Atlantic.In you.

state for 10 days to two weeks tenant" in Europe make such ade- each Issue you'll ..., .
solid at the end of the campaign. cision. "That is not so," he said. find fresh'new ideas

EARLIER YESTERDAY, Gold- Goldwater said that he believeshe exciting nlques, literary keen analyses tech ftr/wBfr
water said that If he were elected has a "good chance" to win of current affair / nN


Page 4 The Florida Alligator WednesdayJanuary 8, 1964 A A A lA j.t$ 1

dJ.tQ iE&l.s;


Half Of A Congressional 'Loaf

The House, the Senate and In some respects, the world meet In a

Joint session to listen to the proposals of President Johnson as he

delivers his State of the Union message today.

The key word In the above paragraph Is "proposals". Once more the

world can look through the open window of the American Congress to t4le5 L--

watch the fascinating game of politics line up for the second half of :
Its annual session of give and take.

And If this half of the legislative session Is anything similar to the c '-

first, the proposals of Pres. Johnson will meet with as much ''give"as

they do "take".

I And once more the world will see the results of this congress as

I being the product of counterbalancing technique between the executiveand ..
the legislative branches of government with the American public cWn

supposedly holding the decisive rights. ,. .
I .... tJjJiI d5
I Unfortunately, one of the prices we pay for this flexibility Is a certain .
I amount of legislative inefficiency.
J According to many of its critics, the 88th Congress is the paragonof .Now for Mary Lou and Harry, for Stinky from

precisely Just that dilemma. Citing the"tyranny of committee chair- you-know-who, from Suzy for all the gang downat
; manships" and the vast number of bills left unpassed, they have tacked "
the store. .
! the sign of "A Do-Nothing Congress" under the congressional re- general

I putation.Its .

defenders, of course, point with pride to the accomplishments

evidenced by the education bills passed, the ratification of the test

ban treaty, and of course, the belated passage of the foreign aid bill. I IBy
They. may well be a strong element of truth In their assertion that Following Bouncing

Congress is slowed by the tremendous complexity of modern legis-

lation, and the accompanying necessity for careful and scrupulous

evaluation of each issue. BOB MOUNTS
I Whatever the real Issue, the final Judgement lies in the hands of Honor Court Justice of cashing it Gainesville stores. two groups has been Included with-
I the It means that our checks, whether ing the meaning of cheating.
voters, and since this Is an election year there should be more been set
Having the
I than the usual Impetus for the lawmakers to get up off of their prejudicesand nesday target for up as Wed-let- they are written on a large Dade Although we have not had any
blur poison pen County bank or a small bank in cases on this to date, presumablyit
provide a of action for the watchers at the window.So ters
here's hoping that the "Old 88" which chugged in like the Stanley determined by Monday's to continue Alligator we have another state, will be honored because would be handled in a similar
Steamer out like strikingout we are "on our honor". way to that outlined above. The
can go roaring the Waubash Cannonball: unafraid, at the forces of sin
The Honor Court stands behind professor or administrator would
W.C.N. corruption, and the devil.With
one each student in their dealings with notify us, we would Investigate,
eye on the mailbox we will begin
Gainesville merchant and 19".u "- and appropriate action would be
.. ._, .
cautiously this week .u.
Nik In Trouble? When your checks bounce: for one taken.In .
a similar way also, each student -
I 1 reason another
or and you are a
should be assumed to be
University of Florida student a
By PHIL NEWSOM From the names of those reported very special procedure rolls into Bob truthful in dealings of this kind

UPI Foreign News AnalystIn taking part in the most action. The complaining merchant Mountslords. because he is "on his honor".
recent KhrushchevGomulkaconference The Honor Court stands behind a
calls us and Informs us of the M
Nikita Khrushchev's dispute I it is logical to suppose situation. Immediately an Honor student's honesty when he is explaining

with Red China, one of his stron- that particular attention was paidto Court Justice is sent on a small an absence to professor
recent proposals of both men toward in the same way It stands behind
gest supporters has been Polish manhunt to find you determine
Communist East West agreement. the a student's honesty when he
party leader cause of the offense.In .
Wladlslaw Gomulka. Khrushchev's call for an international 99% of the cases the offend- is writing a check.
You and I are able to cash
Both rules of
And In pact banning use of student
now their justconcluded ing has made an Innocent
checks in Gainesville because they discussed above find their author-
force to alter frontiers
would be mistake
meeting by a wild and he is directed to Immediately -
boar hunt In Po'jid's Masurian of special interest of Poland whose square his or her ac- know the Honor Court will backus ity in the following paragraph from

Lakes district north of Warsaw western horde* with West count. Occasionally someone up. Article IV, Section 408 of the Student
it appears that Gomulka may be Germany remains unsettled.Of really is in the rubber check business This is just part of the broader Body Constitution:
picture. As those of you who were "4. The Justices of the Honor
emerging as at least and
a part- more serious action is
time here last fall already know, the Court upon recommendation the
spokesman for Khrushchev's special interest to Khrush- taken.
various cold war peace proposals. chev would be Gomulka'sproposalto What does this mean to you and Honor Court now stands behind Chancellor and by majority vote
students In their dealings with shall determine the Rules of Pro-
Today's cordial relations freeze nuclear weapons in Cen- me? It means that we could sign
between the two were not alwaysso. tral Europe at there present level. our names and 'student numbersto members of the faculty or the cedure and Honor Court Acts which

Such a proposal Mould bar nuclear a check drawn on the Waca- administration. Lying about an important define the substantive and pro-

It was on Oct. 19, 1956, that arms to 'est Germany. hoota State Banc and be confident fact for personal advan- cedural offenses under the Honor
tage to members of these rules and
an angry Khrushchev arrived in System, provided such
Warsaw. Beyond this is another Inter- acts shall be published in The

Behind were the anti-Soviet esting line of speculation.In 1/| /| Out Florida Alligator or The Summer
Flunking iiI 11
riots of Poznan. Still ahead was pursuing their own road to Poetically Gator it least one (1) week priorto

the anti-Soviet revolt In Hungary.The socialism, the Poles long ago their effective date, and provided -
Poznan riots and other broke up unprofitable collective went to college once Between my folks and I such rules and acts shall

demonstrations sweeping Poland farms, returning them to the handsof There I learned a lot Out dreams went, money was be in no way inconsistant with

forced the government to relax private peasants. Today only Went out every night spent, this Constitution."

I Its iron rule and led to a shakeup 1,600 collective farms remain out Cut classes and never got caught. And I wished that I could die. The purpose of the two Honor

in the Communist party's ruling of 10,000 existing in 1956. Eighty- Court provisions we have dis-
Drank beer til
Politburo. It also led to the seven per cent of all Polish farm sun came up cussed is to make the Honor
Spent my parent's money Now I have a job, oh, wondrous enable
and to
return to power of Gomulka, who land is held privately. System consistent
Loved and played all the time job
in 1951 had been jailed as a Polish agriculture is. the most the Honor Court to stand behind
I Tltolst and national devlationlst. successful la the Soviet bloc. With my college honey. And I have spending money, student honesty wherever it is
And I still drink
I beer, wondrous most needed.
Yes, life was good, and beer was cans of cheer

The Florida Alligator good With my college honey.
:I And I was' good, too. LettersQuite

So I didn't feel too badly I eat real well, and I sleep real

i When I dropped a course or two. well,
often, editorial com-
I Editor ..... .................................. ......Walker Lundy Yes, my body's doing fine, ments in the Alligator
Managing Editor ....................................Bill Fuller And onto I played role the role, my favBut blanker each day, with all which raise appear the ire of some of

! Editorial Editor ....... ........ ....... ....... .. Wayne Norfleet this play the more serious minded individuals -
: Sports Editor ........................... ..... ...Dave Berkowitz Of a hell-raising girl, Slowly grows my mind. These
But it wasn't on campus.
i+ Campus Editor ....................*...*.............John Askins so swell cc.nments most often take the
Wire Editor .................................. .......Bob Thomas When my folks raised Hell about I long for books to burden me form of letters.

Feature Editor ............................... ...Cynthia Tunstall my social whirl. And term papers to be done, When a controversy is raised

Campus Living Editor.................. .........JudyLynnPrince And lectures to hear and tests to over an issue where the Intellectuals -
Editorial Assistants..Ernie Utz, John Hancock, James DeMaio, Eat, drink, and be merry For these I'd give up my fun. split with the fool-
Gail Sobering, Glenn Laney. For tomorrow there's an exam hearty, it is the latter who

Reporters... .Mike Power, Karen Hack, Peggy Blanchard, Douglas Stay out late, Procrastinate, I hate myself whet. I think appear to be in the majorityby

Molitor, Donita Mathison, Sally Stock, Kathie Martin, Carol Nobis, My motto: Don't give a damn. Where I could have been virtue of their more vocal

Ann Carter, Joe Kollln, Stan Kulp, Pam Pulley, Jim Castello, Phil Learning in a classroom nature.
, Hevener, Agnes Fowles, Ronald Meserve, Arthur Weitzner, Grover When grades came out Not on the outside looking in. When you feel the need to
J Robinson, Bob DeLoach, Fran Snider, Fred Lane. Then I quickly paled champion a cause, do it in
For I found out that Oh such a way as to be effective.
did I
say I learned lot
a ?
) THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official student newspaper of the D was for poor and F was for And you wonder what is know- The editorial pages of the Alligator -
University of Florida and is published five times weekly except duringthe failed. ledge? my is the best medium on

' months of May, June, and July, when a weekly Issue is published. Yes, I earned an A in social campus for the disseminationof
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is entered as second class matter at the Academic suspension caused much Ute worthwhile ideas.

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'f': News For Students On T -G-1

Harry PredictsNEW Border Escape Funds Released CAS/ Ii & I

(UPI) The
President Harry S. Truman pre- (UPI-A 22-year-old East German Cabinet Budget Commission released -
dicted yesterday that Congress worker fled yesterday to West more than $2.2 million In Marion FinanceFR
would pass the civil rights bill Germany without being spotted by recalculation funds yesterday for
but said a<(good filibuster" couldbe Communist border guards, West public schools and junior colleges
expected In the Senate when German border police said.
showing Increases
in pupil
the measure comes up for The refugee told police he fled enrollment this year. 6-5333 Loans up to $600 222 W. Univ. Ave.

consideration this year. because he was "tired of con- The relet e, first this year,
"The Southerners violently ditions over there." provided $1,421,224 for ele-
oppose civil rights and they'll use mentary, junior high and senior .
every means at their commandto Court Action high schools, and $788,660 for OiieampuL
head it off," Truman told news- existing junior colleges.In sI
men during his daily walk. another school action, the
Truman said the bill had been TALLAHASSEE (UPI) The Cabinet pledged $39,600 in additional I Author of HIII" lloiiHillhr A'//"iWo;/*!"
"pretty much watered down." Florida Supreme Court took under construction funds for two
However, he forcast that it would advisement yesterday a suit by counties. The funds will be released -
pass with the public accommodations Comptroller Ray E.Greenseekingto when needed to pay con-
section Intact.Death force assessment of intangible tractors. Bradford County will
property In Duval County at full get $17,400 and Washington County 1964 : YEAR OF DECISION
Penalty cash value. $12,200.
Green Is appealing from Duval Well sir, here we go into ItXM, which shows every sign/: II>f l Icing
circuit court decision which, In quite a distinguished/: "raro Fin-t off, it in the only your since
TALLAHASSEE (UPI) The effect, upheld the right of County IIK1I which ends with the Figure/: 4. Of (course when it come
organizational: meeting of the com Tax Assessor Ralph N. Walterto Mass SuicideNEW to Figure; 4'.., 11X14, though distinguished, : can hanlly eom|>are
mission to study abolition of the assess Intangibles at 42 per with 1444 which, most/ |pt, death penalty In capital cases In cent of value.It two, I hilt thnr Figure/: 4'..! Thin, I'll wager: i\I'IU record that will
estimated DELHI IndiaUPI) -Eighteen -
that ,
was If this
Florida will be held here Jan. 14. stand for at least n t hll'IlIul'C'UI'I4- !
ruling is allowed to stand and other members of an untouchablecaste
Sen. Ed Price Jr., Bradenton, counties follow suit, the state family swallowed overdoses 1444 wax, incidentally, IIlIt,I"It' for many other things. It
is chairman of the commission for example the in which the New York Hants
stands to lose more than $11 of opium In a mass suicide pact, was: year
composed of legislators and lay- million a year in Intangible tax according to press reports yester- played the Philadelphia Athletic in the World series A* we
men charged with recommendingto revenue. day from Jullundur. The reports all know, the New York (:Slants have: !since morel<<1 to San Francisco
the 1965 Legislature whetherthe from the town 200 miles northof / and the Philadelphia Athletics to Kansas City. There is
death penalty should be here said five died and the a movement afoot at present to mo\e Chicago' to Phoenix,
others were hospitalized. the city/ not the Imselxtll tram !Phoenix, in turn, would of
Man ShotST. course move to Chicago. It is felt that the change; would 1 (*
broadening; for resident* of both <(<'iti('$. Many Chicago folks,
Nehru SickBHUBANESWARS Whale Stuck for example have never seen an iguana./: Many Phoenix folks,
on the other hand, have never seen<< a fro"stIit',
year-old Michigan man was found
India-UPI) shot to death yesterday outsidethe
-Three Indian air force planes Beach Hotel at St. Augustine JAKARTA, Indonesia '(UPI) -
flew doctors and medicine to this Beach. Authorities feared his wife A 52-foot-long blue whale whose
provincial city yesterday to treat and son may have abducted. weight was estimated at about 20 ti'1
Prime MinisterJawaharlal Nehru, The body of Fenard Joe Smithof tons, ran aground near Brebes in
who Is reported suffering from Warren, Mich., was found in central Java last Dec. 12 and
fatigue. an alley beside the hotel. Investigators still is there, the official Antara ;
The planes were ordered to said he apparently was news agency reported Tuesday. It
stand by as Nehru cancelled all shot five times with a 38-caliber said no instruction" had been received -
engagements upon his doctors pistol In front of the hotel, then from Jakarta on what to do
advice. dragged to the alley. with the whale. \. V.
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ift mU rlot eel p fltdfe You NAfO--Tlttttde !

There are, of course*, certain difficulties! eoimcch'd with a
municipal "shift of this/ size. For instance, to mme Chicago
I you also have to mi \'" Like Michigan I / This in itself, presentsno
great pnd lean, what with. modern scientific' advances like
electronics! and the French cult. !Hut if you will look at your
I map, you will find Like Michigan i N attached to all the other<<
5:5..a. \ / (bent/ Likes which in turn are attached t, the /fit Liwrcnce,
\ Seaway<< which in turn is attached to the Atlantic Ocean. You
start drugging: Like :Michigan to Phoenix und, willy-nilly, you'll
!I" dragging: all that other stuff too. This would make our
HritUli allies tcrrihly cross, and I can't say as I !Maine them.

a:. '6 kq Put yourself in their place. What if, for example/ you wen a
4 : British costermongcr who had lieeu saving and scrimping all
year for a summer holiday at Brighton Iteach, and then when
you got to Brighton Beach there wasn't any ocean? There! )'lIu'cII"
with your inner tithe' und I'III"rk.llIlIcI nothing to do all day

: lint dance the 1IIIIIIIl'thYlllk. Thi, you must ugrec, would not

{, IU'IJllllllkl you NATO-minded !
;;4:,, I apx| 'al most earnestly to the! residents of Chicago! and
f" Phoenix to reconsider. I know it'* no !howl) of cherries going
through life without ever .seeing an iguana or u frostbite, hut
is 2l me.of Jach Winter! I a"k you-Chicagoans, Phoenicians/ / it too l hile .a (price to
'pay for preserving the unity of the free world?
I feel I Mire that if you search your hearts,you will make the
I It's you. princess.when/ you) have tin si retch pants ca i-i I Chicago, iguana-infested Phoenix, or narrow-lupclled New
Jack Winter look But who., take ill,;. You won't 'ieeJ)( a gn'lISjoh to 1111\In-are first und foremost .American!

a minute to l lean- about the( subject) slip n. but tll+"+'t'no': sae!. J lei;; or Hut I digress.,; We were speaking of IDfW our new year. And
new it i i'! There i is, for one thing, new (pleasure in :Marlboro) ...
of stretch. n'\i'lIS\ : ) 1 bind eith'M1.! Jack Winter\ cuts! 'em
( ( YIII pul Cigarettes. How, you a-Jc can there l be new pleasure in

yourself in J uK') Winter stretc-i l just r: efficient .$lectrate filter, have not ken altered? The answer i i/'l/
pants, you are ;/.iing to get t the eye pOl'ti/"t"< ({ ill v,)lII'I'l'opedeg-lpngth' simple: each time you light/: u :Marllxm, it in like the first time.

So ;Tsyou and Jack( Winter {jetting; The flavor i ic such that age: cannot wither r.or custom utale.Marllioro .
test. Be darn :tire you( \ can pass. : :
never (Kills, never jade, never swindles: into dull
Questions Slim' Id you \\"fill' stretch nil I those stl'ilhdil-on.( sllnt-(,}oEr.. routine. Kach: putT, each cigarette; each pack, each carton, _
!makes glad all over again that urc u Marllxiro smoker!
tiini-about-t.iceb'oks.VouandJa'k l you you
pants? What ki id of fij :ire does it
Therefore, :Murlhoros, in hand! let u* march confidently into
take? Most all figures: an Haltered WinhT\ +';Mi.siiiir that campus stir lw! 4. May goat! fortune attend our ventures! May serenity
reign! 01:1'Chil'llW, and Phoenix noon recover from their dis-
by scotch, vhelr.er: nrgulal'. tritIgularordfigul'ceight.Eyenif'"ou\- apiMiintment and join our (right cavalcade into u brave ton

i 1 "rr t/(1 Winter
have an hourglass figure \ 'li'.'re all
Ire, the makers of Marlboro available oft pack or Kip-
i the sand has sunk to the bottom, 1410 Broadway, New York City top box In all fifty stales of the Union ictth to Join Old Max:
In extending good irlthet for a happy and peaceful 1H4.
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Page 6 The Florida Alligator Wednesday, January 8,1964 Liliesofthe
n' "

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I Is No Lurid 'StoryBy
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!A" 'th.Q"s See the lovely colors
available for your home.IRREGULARS during finals please return it to alize his dream of building some-
,i', ',- OF FINE QUALITIES.Many the Student Publications Office in DON FEDERMANI thing big, and the Mother In turn
SUNBEAM 1962 Alpine,Red,Black first quality items also. Our the basement of the Fla. Union. learns a valuable lesson In Humil
interior. Excellent condition, carpet ends are beautiful and about Owner carrier of Infectious scalp ity. It Is this underlying elementof
$1775. Call PR 6-9271Tom three-fourths off. The finest bedspreads disease. Reward! could say that the picture playIng the movie which makes every
Eddie. G-68- one-third off. Tel. 795- at the State through SaturdayIs situation so humanly enchanting.
3399. (A-67-tf-c). WOODSHOP INSTRUCTOR-- the most shocking of the year. Sidney Poitier as Homer
1957 BE LLA SCOOTERNeedsrepair afternoon and some Saturday work. Ralph Nelson's "Lilies of the (Schmidt) Smith turns In an award
-reduced cost. 2.6381Jen- Boys club. After 1:00.: Call Field" Is about a Negro "Jack- winning performance. Homer becomes -
nings and ask for Patty Moore. 'Help Wanted Charley Dobbs 25341. (C- of-all-trades" who sleeps at the loveabla, knowing,

G-67-3t-p). 69-5t-c). a mission with five nuns, two of good-guy kind of character that
which I might say are pretty good we all like to think ourselves.Of .
1957 FORD-Former Police car. SECRETARY NEEDED. Part- 1 FEMALE ROOMMATE to share looking. He stumbles across the course, he has his faults like
Automatic transmission. Radio time. Beginning second trimester. large comfort home. Must have mission looking for water for his pride, but this only serves to make
and heater. Reasonable. 6-3649 Office, steno experience neces- car. Phone 28588. $65. (C- car and winds up staying thereon him more appealing. So impres-
(Downstairs) (G-68-3t-4. sary. Working days Tuesday and 69-tf-c). the pretense of building a sive is Poitier that after awhile,
Thursday. Call Hillel Foundation. chapel. But not only is he build- one feels that he is stepping out

2-2900 after 1:00 p.m. (E-67-5t- Lost & Found ing a chapel, but he is also makingthe of his skin and becoming the skinsof
c). ,
For: Sale scene with the nuns. Thus, all men. I mean the use of a
the movie Is a powerful Indict- Negro in a story like this auto-
ment of Westerm morality and matically produces a feeling of
LOST --'Pair of
Vented Prescription
: religion. uniqueness about the plot, but
1961 ALLSTATE Moped. Good tortoise shell glasses brown clip
condition dependable transpor- Well, I could say this, but you Homer Smith is not merely a
case on Jan. 5. Contact David
would be in for a surprise. No, Negro, but a MAN.
tation. Call FR 23534. 5-9 p.'fl. WANTED--One girl to share apt Bulman 908 South Hall. (L-68-
"Lilies of the Field" is not a Lllla Skala is quite good as the
(A-68-3t-p). with 3 others. Large apt., closeto 2t-c).
campus 915 S.W. 2nd Ave. FR lurid commentary of the times, shrewd, obdurant Mother Maria.
but neither is It bland like most The interplay between Poitier and
FOR SALENew Raleigh Man's 25644. $85 a month. (C-67-3t-c). LOST -- before Christmas
bicycle -excellent value also crib Vacation ladles gold Hamlton Hollywood fare nor is it terribly and her is a joy to behold.

with good mattress, and play pen. WANTED--Male roommate lor2. watch. Contact Susan Sackett 1104 intellectual, so you average The director, Ralph Nelson,has
2-5953 after 6. (A-68-3t-c). Contact Harry Strub. Graduate Jennings Hall. Reward! (L-69- moviegoers won't have to catchupon played this movie straight.By thatI
student Univ. ext. 2661. (C- 3t-c). some sleep. Instead,this movie mean he makes no judgements,
MILL END -HENDERSON'SMILL 68-3t-c). is a refreshingly unique tale which no commitments to characters.He
STORE, U. S. Hwy. 19 touches our hearts with Its com- presents a situation and never
Crystal River, Fla.--Only 1 hr. GAINESVILLEFriday ,$ervJc sMOTHER'S bination of tears and laughter. presses for an over-emotional re-
15 min from Univ.Literally TONS starts It is relaxing and a sheer Joy to sponse. He presents a situation and

drive-in theatre LOVE and care for watch. never presses for an over-
ALONG WITH TOM FIRST AREA SHOWING Infants and children in private There Is a Negro in It, and he emotional response. He frames an
JONES THIS ONE home. 1-1/2 miles west of Fields does stop at a mission and he action, and that action speaks for
Plaza. Best references. 67673. does ultimately build a chapel for Itslef. Always he maintains the
SHOULD s (M-67-5t-c). the sisters staying there, but here marvelous combination of oppo-
SWEEP the k ] my description changes.What hap- sition and harmony between his
r between the time the two leads. He wants
Lackey Bell comes and goes are a series of tious movie, and he achieves just
,aft Harvey Tony
Pedrero. Razor cuts $1.75. See Events centering around the that.So
Duncan for a good shine. Former obstinate wills of the Negro and all in all, what we have is
F college. Inn Barber Shop. Tele- the Mother Superior of the Mis- a good, entertaining movie. If you
II phone 29129. (M-68-3t-c). sion. Often, the situations are don't believe me, maybe the fact
hilarious; often, they are sad. But that the National Board of Critics
s DOLLAR NITE TONITE always there Is a constant give- voted this movie the No. 2 movieof
Nt and-take between the Negro and 1963 behind "Tom Jones" will
n the Mother Superior. And yet by be sufficient reason for seeing a
bowing to the demands of the movie well worth a weekend
D.'VI.'H 1Hun Mother, the Negro Is able to re- viewing.
400 H.w.,.'..t..d R1,10 l4IK101T: I I
MNTI[Tit ClNTUII't'OII'IIINTS' Starts Tonite3 color
its ATTRACTIVE ROOM with central

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Wednesday January 8,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 7 .

4Jj : PicketerSentenced j


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4 V W In OcalaOCALA
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f : (UPI) -- County Judge
(jL iiw Lewis O. Myers today sentenced
: Patricia Stephens Du,23,to servea
year in jail and pay a fine of

-" -- n I UV QiIO ...- W'f' ,,,,,,*, '.i----"t! W -- .- $1,000 for resisting arrest in racial
20 MEMBERS OF THE GATOR VARIETY BAND POSE demonstrations here last summer.

.as they prepare for their 1964 program under the direction of Dr. Jerry Neil Smith. The Variety Band Myers is not the judge who

specializes in the "Big Band Sound" with emphasis on modern dance, Dixieland, blues and.jazz. The bandis accepted group of pleas UP of students not guilty and froma faculty -

open to students. Rehearsals are held 7:30 to 9:30 pm Thursdays. Dr. Smith may be contacted in Room arrested in December for
207 in the Music Building. "breach of the peace" while picketing -

In Ocala. '..

Britain Makes Cuban Sale Myers told Mrs. Due,who was
suspended from Flo;Ida A&M University -
and has been arrested sev-
eral times in racial demonstrations -.
U.S. Blockade Challenged "this should be nothing new

to jall'you',ird.you're" getting to be quitea


HAVANA (UPI) The British and spare parts to the Castro Com- It Involves Immediate purchase of turer of heavy vehicles, assumedthe Attorneys for Mrs. Due and for
yesterday challenged the American munist regime. 400 urban buses for $11.2 million responsibility for delivery of Martha Melton and George Isaacof
economic blocake of Cuba witha The deal was announced simultaneously and more than $1 million for spare the buses and spare parts. Ley- Ocala, were given until Jan.
lIIun-milliondollar sale of buses, In Havana and London. parts. land also agreed to establish an 28 to file petitions for new trials.
office and repair shops In Cuba.In .
Cuba was allowed five years in London, Leyland said it bid Miss Melton was fined $500 or
which to for the
u. pay buses. against companies in France,Ger- 90 days and lassc $250 or 30 days,
The agreement also bound the for violating a statute requiring
British to receive and train six many, Spain, Japan and Czechoslovakia publication of the name of the
Britain Criticized For for the contract. It was
In their home group sponsoring picketing.
plants for maintenance.The the first large order acceptedby
a British firm from Cuba since
seller, the Leyland Motor Of 13 other young Negroes up
Fidel Castro nationalized British
Corp., Britain's largest manufacIt for sentencing on charges arisingout
Cuban Bus Sale companies shortly after seizing
of the demonstrations last August -
also provided for purchaseof power In 1959.Leyland .
50 interurban buses and spare said the Castro regime pre-sentence investigationswere
WASHINGTON (UPI) -- The can firms from shipping anything parts at an undisclosed cost. The should have no difficulty in payingfor ordered for two and sentencewas
United States Tuesday criticized: 'to Cub except medicines ana cer- British also gave the Cubans an the buses because Cuban sugar withheld on the others pro-
the sale by Britain of $11.2 million tain foods. Other free world coun- option to buy 1,000 more buses at sales to Britain have sored in viding they break no state statutesor
worth of passenger buses to Cuba. tries have never adopted such a an estimated $20 million any time value from $14 million In 1961to municipal ordinances In the next
State Department spokesman stringent embargo. between 1965 and 1968. $36 million In 1963. two years.
Robert J. McCloskey said, "We,
of course, regret the sale. It cer-
tainly does not help in our efforts
to isolate the Cuban regime and Now Available at Rutherford's
thereby the public transportation
UJS. officials said they knew negotiations University of Florida
for the sale had been
going on several months ago. The
United States informed London of
its opposition to the plan when it BOOTS CLASS RINGS
first learned of the talks. But
officials said the company invol-
ved decided to go ahead. ii
Vessels carrying the buses to ,
Cuba would be subjected to a U.S. _
government blacklist which denies
U.S. government-financed cargoesto HATS 1Z'j.j.
ships trading with Cuba.
U.S. regulations prevent Ameri-

UF Alumni %

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Help CorpsJohn SHIRTS

L. Scott, an alumnus of
the UF and his wife, Sondra R. i
Scott, an alumna of the School of
Nursing at the UF have begun a
two year assignment as Peace
Corps Volunteers In Peru.
They are two of 23 Peace Corps
volunteers who left Jan.3 for Peru. !n

Volunteers urban community will work development there Infieldof i ...

Joining 388 other volunteers already -
serving In Peru. f3W[] Hardened to 210 Brine 11 tempered rating.

volunteers For the past trained three at months the Univer-these Ask your jeweler why this is important.

sity of Denver In the Spanish lan-
guage, the history, customs and 'B
traditions of Peru, and in American .

history and institutions. Gainesville .!2t u4 iI& 1if

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STATE -- Lilies of the Field: the Gainesville Livestock Market

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Whatley as New Breed'By

RTS GLENN LANEY Junior high school. If you develop school with political science as

Assistant Sports Editor good study habits, then they will a pre-law background
carry over into your college. "The stories you hear about
Florida tackle John Whatley may years." the dumb football player aren't all
Wednesday January 8,1964' Page 8 well represent the new breed of Whatley must have been a whiz true," Whatley stated. "Some of
., football in demand in high then for his 4.0 them are, of course but the
,. ; ", ,. ,, player by junior ones
." % ;C "
I :... ,'; ..;':11'. ," ,"r.;: ::".j '" >". ''>% .. i 1'w. :'''''" *.'. eager-eyed professional scouts. average was not amassed In crib who don't make real rood grades

The 225 lineman while holding courses. Just don't budget their time right."
down a tackle position,also some- MS 353, CY 218, C-52, and Air Football takes an awful lot of
Barry And Dampier how managed to rack up a perfect Force ROTC made for a rough your time. If you place too much
4.0 average t*>ls past trimester. 14 hour schedule. emphasis on other things, such as
When asked the obvious question "Chemistry was pretty easy," a big social life, your studies are
Lead The HurricanesBy "How do you do it?", Whatley has Whatley said, "but I was sweat- bound to suffer."
this to say: ing C-52 and math."

"Good grades just don't happenin Whatley hasn't quite decided With football, studies and fraternity

STEVE VAUGHN Both are juniors, and both imports. college. It Is something you what he is going to major in, life, Whatley doesn't have
Sports Writer Barry was recruited out of start'preparing for way back In but he would like to go into lawSTUDENT much spare time. When he does,

UP basketball followers Inline Roselle Park, N.J., and Dampier, .'j!t[, -- ::: :...:"",, ;;:; though, he likes to play cards.
are I a transfer, comes from Muncie, During the summer he has a little
to see two of the
biggest more free time much of whichhe
Ind., after two years' apprentice- ,
in college basketball at
r devotes to swimming.At .
ship at a California junior college.
Thursday night when high Barry, a menace to opponentsboth 6 foot 3, 225 pounds, the
flying Florida Miami comes calling at offensively and defensively, 19-year-old tackle' has the kind
Gym. the number of size that attracts the pro foot-
was in the
one scorer -i
Long before this season's first &
nation after scoring 50 points in ball people. At this stage of
tipoff, optimistic publicity made one game early in December. At s. the game, Whatley has no plans to
the manes of Rick Barry and John turn but he doesn't shut the
this juncture, the 6-foot-7forward pro,
Dampier practically household *
door completely on the Idea.
words among Hurricane fans. The Is averaging Just a shade under ;

pair has lived up to its expectations 30 points per game, and has fetched "It all depends on whether I

so far, almost slnglehandedly :. 161 rebounds. >: get a good offer or not, he said.

guiding Miami to its current 8-2 Dampier, on the other hand, Is a ,,,< t Whatley started the season as
record. specialist. A true dead-eye from : -. 'f} a fourth team guard. When Frank

The Hurricanes, of course, play 20-30 feet out, the lean 6-foot-3, ":;t: Lasky was hurt they moved him to
the game with five men. But with 185 pounder is hitting just around Nt tackle and by the Georgia game
Barry and Dampier they probablycome 25 points per outing. He has three i. he had worked his way up to the
closer to a two-man team consecutive 30-plus contests)his ) starting unit.
than any other collegiate squad. credit going into the hurricanes "We were kind of low after 1
"Barry Is the best all-around affair with Jacksonville University losing to Georgia Tech on nation-
player we'll meet this season." tonight. """" W'1 ':i wide television because we knewwe
Gator coach Norman Sloan Sloan said he'll use a man-to- knew we hadn't played as well
said yesterday before practice. man defense tomorrow's battle, as we could as a team. Towardthe
"And we'll probably not meet abet- employing S-foot-11 Dick Peek to .Is tackle John Whatley. While Playing first team end of the season, though, our

ter shooter than Dampier,"he add cover Barry and guard Brooks last fall he pulled his second J straight 4.0 average. moral picked up and so did our
ed. Henderson against Dampier. playing," Whatley said.

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CHARLIE'SCHICKNTREAT Sports WriterAn been chosen an All-America
epidemic of award-minded''' two years in a row
FRIED CHICKEN organizations throughout the state Lansing Price, senior from
has netted laurels for at least Miami, was chosen along with
1040 East University Ave. At the Junction of 20, 24, 26 and 331 three of Coach Bill Harlan's swim- other top divers in the nationto
ming team. appear on an NBC TV specialin
Gainesville, Florida OWNER CHARLES L. TOUSIGNANT Captain Jerry Livingston, who diving competition at Cypress

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