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The FlorIda AllIgatorVol.56

No.70 University of Florida/Gcrinesville ThursdayJanuary 9,1964

A''JL' 1 UF Cagers Heroes


411 r In Fire .,. Letter Says-

i t1 By GLENN LANEY basketball player Dill Koss with ing, Koss, returned to the smoke-

r Assistant Sports EditorA saving the lives of an Air Force filled sixth floor of the hall of

letter on the desk of UP Major and his wife last week in the hotel and pulled the major and
i the Roosevelt Hotel fire iu Jack- his wife Into a room and revived
president J. Wayne Reitz credits
w sonville. them.

I According to the letter, writtenby
Koss!" had just pulled teammatesEd
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Picker-
Poore, Richard Peek and Bruce

r Here's Letter Moore Into the room. They almost -

had been overcome with
t: but returnedto
smoke themselves,
: Praising FourDr. the hall to aid Koss with the

Air Force couple.
r J. Wayne Reitz
The incident occurred after
: President
Koss and teammate Tom Baxley
University of Florida
had left another room on the sixth
Gainesville. Florida
floor attempting to reach the
Mrs. Pickering and I were
1 ground by the fire escape. Unableto
trapped in the Roosevelt Hotel fire
L tla reach the ground they went
in Jacksonville on Sunday,Decem-
back up, Baxley to the seventh
ber 29. When we had given up
floor and Koss to the sixth.
all hope of being able to survive,

three young men from the Uni- t.ri After pulling his three team-

.., versity of Florida heard me beat- mates Into the room, Koss put a

ing on the elevator door and pulled G wet pillow case across his face

us Into their room; I credit these 1 and went back Into the hall.

men with saving our lives. My
wife and indebtedto "I don't know I went back
STILL AWAYS TO GO I are deeply why
these young men but in the con- out," Koss said. "There was

fusion and anxiety there was little so much confusion I really don't
. .before completion of the fine arts buildings cur- conversation, and we did not obtain BILL KOSS remember too much about the d.-

rently under construction. (Photo by Carolyn Johnston) their names. I do believe that .fire hero jtails."

they may have been part of the

University of Florida basketball

team which had rooms on the sixth LBJ Announces

Fine Arts Building floor, the same as ourselves.It .
Is our wish to acknowledgeto I

each one of these men our
heartfelt thanks for the part they Surprise Budget Cut

Progress SlowedCracked played in saving our lives. They

may remember me as wearing my WASHINGTON (UPI-President called on Russia to do the same.

Air Force uniform. I am a Reserve Johnson yesterday announced a He said there was no need to stock-

Major attached to the Air 'surprise cut in federal spending. pile more such weapons than were

stone and water have hindered the progress of uie con- Force Academy as Liaison Of- He disclosed he had slashed his needed because to do so would

struction of the Fine Arts building next to Tigert Hall.A ficer. new budget to $97.9 billion by only be provocative and wasteful.

We would appreciate any assistance trimming nuclear weapons pro- There are tens of thousands of
water caused the downward slope of the
drainage problem by
you can offer in helping us duction, closing old defense plants nuclear weapons in the UJS.stock-
land bogged down construction when it first began last August. The
locate these three young men.Sincerely. and warring on "fat and waste", pile.
rainy days of September and October prevented any progress at all.
everywhere.The Unveiling his "frugal" 1065
"Right now, is going well," said Neil Webb, zone
harry S. Pickering government still would be budget In advance, he revealedthat
-----" -- ---------
architect for the university, "butit operating in the red, but the deficit it calls for spending $500

will slow down again because would be slashed In half. million less than the $98.4 billion

stone panels used to face the buildIngs Hale' Seeks Way To In his first State of the Union expected to be spent In the current

were cracked while being message, the President also told year and $900 million less than

transported from West Palm Congress that the budget he will President Kennedy originally

Beach." submit Jan. 21 will call for a proposed last January.

The stone panels are needed Provide Free Snacks $1 billion anti-poverty program to liE SAID the budget for the 12

before the windows can be installed give arfafr chance to millions of months starting July 1 would cut

and work inside the buildings t I Americans now dwelling on "the the federal deficit by CO per cent,
vities possible, but It should not
can be started. Since the By FOWLES outskirts of hope." from the current $10 billion to
necessary for students to haveto
stone cannot be transported, its Staff Writer finance the functions, accordingto THE PRESIDENT also announced $4.9 billion. This slash wouldbe

casting operations will be here. Free eats may be in the offing Hale. They ought to be financedby a heavy cutback in pro- based on anoptimistlcestimate
The deadline for the completionof for students at dormitory social duction of atomic explosives and
the Housing Office itself, he (see JOHNSON page 7))
the building by the Tassinari
activities if Dean of Student Affairs said.
Construction Co. is Oct. 9. Con-
Hale has his
way. "We are trying to find a solu-
struction will probably continue Students claim they have to sell tion whereby the students can have

into November.The refreshments to make the actl- social functions without additionalcost
fine arts building is uniqueon
LLt "
bl ; for refreshments, Hale said.
the It Is acutally a
campus. Hale said he wants "to get the
of three buildings each
complex ,
show on the road," but must wait
different rooms which are
for a budget report showing how
usually grouped in one building.The .
much it would cost to make the
building facing 13th Street
events possible Including refresh
contain a gallery and two .lecture ments.

halls. The largefour-storybulld- Additional financing would eliminate -

Ing across from Mallory Hall has the necessity of sales,

classrooms and drafting labora- according to Hale. A look at the

tories. The third building houses budget will tell if they can find

administrative offices and a enough money to provide the free

library. eats..

The principle of the problem has
You Can'tGet
t been solved,according to UF Vice-

AheadA President Harry Philpott. He saidIt
has been agreed that student

sales will be discontinued.
sign In the lobby of
"Support will be taken from
the student bank reads,
other funds
Philpott said.
"AU type of blood donorsare
Herb Blessing, 4LW, represented -
urgently needed by the
Student Government In :
campus blood bank. i
negotiations with the administration. -
What the UF money bank DEAN LESTER L. HALE He said he was pleased with '\.1
doesn't want the blood bank iIr\. Hootenanny -
does. .favors free refreshments the "sincere effort the adminis- I = paiiil I

tration Is making." : -..


Page 2 The Florida Alligator ThursdayJanuary 9,1964

,F MY MYI1i/Mll1 .. KN.e
r .r.PM!+..pl p ..Iw.ySte
Jobs Should AboundFor

April Graduates

April graduates should find to five years.Mayberry .
themselves in high demand, according stated that there is
to Maurice Mayberry,DIrector an interesting paradox between
of Student Placement Ser- high demand for college graduatesand
vice. the high selectivity of
Approximately 500 prospective employers.He .
employers will visit campus this pointed out that the Increasein
year in search of new talent and selectivity over the past threeto t
2,500 more will write listing spe- four years has caused the job
cific Job opportunities. seeker to become more sophis- y F. ''
The local Florida State Employ ticated. The job seeker must be d Y.Y
ment Office has recently worked prepared to put forth more effort -
out an arrangement with the U.s. than in the past. "He must
Employment Service which will be prepared to compete." r
give April graduates more accessto Prospective employer and employee -
federal opportunities than ever are going to greater lengthto
before. make the best "marriage". .
Majors in the fields of engineering "Students should begin their job :: /
physical sciences, Industrial search two trimesters before
accounting and teaching in the secondary graduation," said Mayberry, "in Y ..
and college levels will be order to give placement time to doa THESE ARE NEW DIRECTORS. OFFICERS

in high demand.Technical and non better Job." of the Florida Union Board for Student Activities, which administers all Union-sponsored events.
technical sales fields are aso Mayberry added that he would From left director Mrs. Karen Hendrick assistant
right are Dr. Delbert Sterrett, program ; program
open. like to Invite all students to make director; Joseph Marinelli, a director; Edie McLaughlin, secretary; Sandra Scales, president; Bill Hoppe,
Mayberry pointed out that due of the off locatedin
use placement ice a director; Bill Bradshaw, vice-president;Karen Karl,director; and Jim Cooner, treasurer. The directors
to recent utbacks in costs of Bldg. H.
were appointed Monday. Officers were elected Jan. 9.DropOutProblemUnsolved.
recruiting programs employers are
being more selective with their CommissionHead
time. Primary interest Is not in
the upper 25 per cent of the class
but in the outstanding graduate. NamedA

Employers are recruiting on a
basis of grades, extra-curricular Gainesville contractor and developer Why does Johhnny leave college? "We counsel numerous studentsout university life."
activities, and"sucess potential". G. M. Davis was elected No onu kno xs .y Greatest emphasis is being placedon chairman of the Alachua County Robert B. Jennings, assistantto Martin, of the Psychological Counseling Psychologist in the Student Health
these factors. Commission Tuesday. the Dean of Academic %ffairs.lie Center. He explained these Center confirmed that the trimes-
Stepping up to his second termas said no study in depth had ever students were advised to with- ter system has had no adverse
A possible glimmer of a new chairman of the county board been made on the subject. draw temporarily because of emo- effects on the drop-out rate. "In
trend Is that several companies since he took office in Januaryof "We know, of course, that aca- tional and mental disturbances. fact," he said, "the percentage Is
1959, Davis succeeded Sidney demic failure accounts for al-u' ? 'We want these students to seekan down a little."
visiting campus this year are Interviewing -
only graduate students. Martin. number of drop-outs," he said, environment relatively free of Jennings said since no study in
Claude Brandon of Alachua will "and we strongly suspect that mental stress," he said. "This, depth had ever been made as to
serve as vice-chairman during the many more are due to imminent in conjunction with professional why students drop out, he was
Another new trend is an Increase coming year. failure but we can't substantiatethis. counseling, enables them to return contemplating making such a task.
in requests for alumni who Davis, 44, is married and is ." ready to cope with the rigors of He said preliminary ideas called
(have been out of school from one the father of four children. He for sending questionalres to the
lives at 116 S.W. 40th St. dropouts.If .
= PCL Demand
Hayride PlannedSwim UpEnrollment they failed to respond, their
Spiders TopicOf parents would be questioned.

Fins and AquaGators have crackdowns: in political Dr. Manning J. Dauer, political ConferenceOpens
planned a hayride for tomorrow. Speech"Some science courses may leave science department head, said the
some UF students out in the cold enrollment situation has not been

Members who want to attend, Florida Spiders'* will be this trimester.New completely remedied.
with or without a date,should con- the topic of a speech by Dr. H. rules say entering fresh- "We have a nine per cent Increase -
.tact either Miss Shields at the K. Wallace, chairman of the BIo- man, University College studenton In enrollment over last The Fourth Annual ConferenceOn
Women's Gymnasium or Jane logy Department, tonight at 7:30 academic probation or student years' winter trimester, and the Personality Theory and Counseling -
under the 48-hour rule may register budget has not been increased." Practice opens today and
Smallwood at FR 2-4772, or meetIn in McCarty Hall, room 343-B. He
front of the Women's Gym at will speak to the Newell Ento- for American State and he said. continues through Saturday at the
7:30 p.m. mological Society. Local Govt. (Pcl 201 and 202)or "The rising enrollment In political J. Hillis Miller Health Center
International Relations science courses comes"said Auditorium.The .
(pcl 209). Walter A. Rosenbaum, assistant
Enrollment limits resulted from professor of political science, conference, which draws
See What's New in overcrowded classes and lack of "from the fact that today's college nearly 500-600 people in fields
funds to enlarge the department, student Is much more aware of related to human relations from
__ according to Dr.ErnestR.Bartley the significance of political allover the Southeast,will feature
of the department. science in the world." the prominent New York psycho-
The Browse Shop r-- therapist and writer, Dr.Rollo
May. He will speak on"Problems
of Responsibility in Counseling"and

Quality PaperbacksTHE "Existential Psychology" on
JANUARY Friday evening at 8:00 p.m. and
Saturday morning at 9 a.m.

.J. Wilks

PRI NCIPIA MATHEMATICA conference was also to feature -
Dr. Kenneth B. Clark, a
.Whitehead & Russell
well known psychologist and
FALLACIES IN MATHEMATICS .E.A. Maxwell Milk .56$ per half gallon human relations man from New

MATHEMATICAL THEORY OF ELECTRICITY & Tomatoes. 4 for 19$ York City, who had to cancel his
visit here in order to aid the city
MAGNETISM .Sir James Jeans Lettuce 25$ a head of New York now involved In a

LECTURES ON THE CALCULUS OF VARIATIONS Delicious Apples 10$ each threatened Negro boycott of the

.Gilbert Bliss Oranges 69$ per dozen schools there. Dr. Combs will and
Dr. Jourard of the UF faculty
RESONANCE & RADIATION .Mitchell & Zemansky Potatoes 5 I Ibs. for 33$ substitute talks for Dr. Clark.

The conference Is open to the

See Our New Line of Delicious public at a cost of $2.00, but
Technical ReferenceVIA Italian
Fine line. & UF students are Invited free of
Spaghetti and CheesesEANELLI charge.
VECTOR TO TENSOR .Bickley & Gibson


I & II


UF Chess Club will" meet
tomorrow at 7 p.m. in the Oak
2410 NEWBERKY ROAD Within Walking Distance Room of the Florida Union.
Campus Shop & Bookstore
across from Beta Woods Of Corry Village: AU chess players may attend.
Arrangements are to be completedfor
a match with Florida State.

. .

ThursdayJanuary 9, 1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3


Miss UF Recalls 'Most

L&L Big Annual STAG 'N DRAG

Embarrassing Moment'

By FRAN SNIDER and fell flat on my face during my CLEARANCEMEN'S
Staff Writer only serious scene" recalled Jean

Salisbury, Miss University of
'"The most embarrassing thing Florida."I .-
that ever happened to me was whenI was so embarrassed. The
had the lead in a high school whole audience was laughing and I
comedy. I walked across the stare was laughing right along with WEAR
r ,
::> s"i"
Jean bases her fears in enter-

ing the beauty contest on this ex- LOAFERS LOAFERSFLORSHEIM
"'I didn't want to enter becauseI
I knew I'd humiliate myself. You
'WI- have to walk out on a long rampIn
the middle of the audience and

I knew I'd fall] flat on my face." Rej. 14.99 Reg. 11.99 Values to 24.95
Her fears were not realized: :
"f .
p as she won the Miss Universityof
Florida title and went on to win 10.99 8." 15.90
the Miss Congeniality title in the
Miss Florida pageant.But .
she emphatically stated, "I
never want to be in another beauty
contest. I feel that there are too
many other things that are more SLACKS SHOULDER
important than beauty."
'I Jean is also quite a busy girl
; '
<.,;: ;
; around campus. She serves as sec-
1: retary of Legislative council,
member of Alpha Chi Omega
JEAN SALISBURY Sorority and maintains a 3.0 scholastic 17.95 to 19.95 1 13 99
average. Reg.
Jean is also the owner of a 1959 75.00 59.
Profs Gets Renault about which she is con- 16.95 '11 "
stantly teased. She wrecked one .
fender the day after she got her
FulbrightAward license and subsequently pro-
ceeded to wreck the rest. Alpha ,14.95 to 15.9511.99 RALEIGH SUITS
Chi Omega sisters refer to it as
"The Car" and use it for all tran-
sportation around the city.
Dr. Kenneth A. Christiansen, Jean is beautiful, popular, 12.95 fo 13.95 10.99 Reg. 59.95 99
UF director of educational tele- smart, and active; but she can't 'iJ.
vision has won a Fulbright grant drive or walk. Well, you can't
for six months of lecturing at the have everything. Selection
University of Leeds in England.Dr. Large

Christiansen, professor of Music Dept.Accredited. Entire Stock
journals! and communications,
left the University last Friday and
will return about July 1.
While in Englan' Dr. Christ-
59.95-65.00 52.99In
iansen will work with the Univer- The UF Departr of Music Reg.
sity of Leeds in establishing their was accepted as a Liberal Arts Button-Down Collars
closed circuit television facility. College Member of the National Reg. 45.00 36"
lie will also lecture students and Association of Schools of Music
faculty on communications and (NASM) last trimester.
and communications theory. Membership in the NASM means Reg. 39.95 30 "
Ills position here will be tem- accreditation for the music 20 ? OFF .
porarily filled by Donley F. Fed- programs of the UF Music De-
dersen, professor of journalismand partment. The department was Reg. 35.00 10 99
communications.In approved for each 01 the three .
1960, Dr. Christiansen directed decrees it offers--a BA in Music,
estaMishment of the only a BA in Music Education and aBA
educational television broadcast in Arts in Education with a
station in New Delhi, India. major in music education. LADIES' WEAR

I I Packaged News i
One Group BLOUSES $3.

Tippitt AwardNORTH ties in the state were not presentat
the meeting.
Fla. (UPIMrs.. J. D. Tippitt, New Building ONE GROUPBlouses ALL
widow of slain Dallas police officer OFF
J. D. Tippitt, will acceptthe JACKSONVILLE (UPI) The / Dresses
medal of valor from the Na- Army Corps of Engineers received:
tional Police Officers Associa- yesterday an apparent low bid of 3

tion In a special ceremony here $63,366,378 fur construction of the ENTIRE STOCK
Jan. 17 in honor of her husband. 52-story vertical assembly build-
Tippitt was killed while tryingto ing Merritt Island
on where the
question accused presidential nation's first moon rockets will Bags Skirts Sweaters
assassin Lee Harvey Oswald justa be put together.
short time after President JohnF.
Kennedy was shot Nov. 22. Two Killed

SAIGON, South Viet Nam (UPI)
Rocky Rolls -A Vietnamese' air force D 26
bomber manned by two U.s. Air

ALBANY, N.Y.UPI-Gov.Nel- Force officers crashed yesterday tl L =
son A. Rockefeller yesterday 15 miles southeast of Saigon. An
nailed down nearly all of New American military spokesmansaid
York's 92 National Convention there were no apparent sur- Avenue"TRADITIONALLY
13 West University
votes for the Republican presidential vivors.
nomination In a surprisemove One of the men was Identifiedas
that prevented any move by Cleveland W. Gordon of Largo,

backers of Sen. Barry Goldwaterto Fla.The .
raid the delegation.The airmen's death would raiseto Stag'nIlrag
Republican State Committee 130 the total of U.s. military
unanimously endorsed Rock personnel killed In combat-related I
efeller's candidacy and pledged Incidents In South Viet Nam's war YOURS"
their support for his White House against the Viet Cong guerrillas
bid. However, two of the 62 coun since Jan.l, 1961. I


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Police ,Agile And CongenialThe

new parking regulations instituted at the beginning of the tri-
mester have dropped a heavy mantle of additional responsibility on T
the shoulders of the campus police. o
They are now required to stand at the entrance to each major&rea
of the campus, refusing to be moved by any car without the proper
color of octagonal paper plastered prominently on its windshield.
While this sounds ridiculously easy, we understand that the erratic
driving habits of the UF student population makes it look about like
St. Peter trying to stop a Satanic steam roller from passing throughthe ., ''
'' J'
Pearly Gates. ;' ''
We saw one policeman step out into the middle of the street to stopan ::;::;:;:;

oncoming car that just kept on coming. Only a healthy respect ... .. ... -- t/JI,
for machinery and the prodigious performance> of a dignity-damaging .-' .:; / ; '. -

"Keystone Kops" maneuver kept him from being flattened by the" pro- ... '
gress of wheels."
He calmly walked to the window the metallic menace smiled warmlyand
the area.told the lovely lady within he was sorry but she couldn't enter 1 "You can't park here, Mom. I

The Alligator believes this performance plus the overall efforts .
of the campus police in adapting to the new situation deserve our
plaudits as well as our cooperation. So the next time you see one of
our local gendarms placing a piece of paper under your windshield More Bad Checksnormal
wiper, Just smile sweetly hid say "thank you".

Casual Observations
By JOHN HANCOCK Honor Court and the office of the closed accounts and, in a few
I Editorial AssistantIn Deans are ready to stand behind instances, non-existant accounts
Stylish IndigestionWith students' checks, merchants and each week.It .
his column of Jan. 8 which landlords in town will accept, in is true that only a very few
appeared in the Alligator, Bob most cases without question, the of the bad checks cashed on cam-
the initiation of this column, and Gamble can ake up the slackIn Mounts, Honor Court Justice, explained word of any student. The fact is, pus and In the community are
I have now become the first Editorial the spending stream. the proceedure Involved however, that we may not be wel- 'intentional but it is also true thata
Editor to plagiarize material Now that the pendulum of fash- when a check is reported not pay come to take advantage of this few are. Unknown, however,
from his own diary. ion is swinging in the proper able. As a result of this, continued situation in the future if the cur- to most of those whose mathe-
Ever since a cute psychology direction for the head, I wonder Mounts, any merchant in rent trend continues. matical errors result in non-
major tolJ me a group of squares how long It will be before the Gainesville will cash a check fora According to the director of the payable checks, is the extent of
and planes I had just scribbledwere opposite end (I mean the feet) student if he presents his identification Florida Food Service, Gay Wel- the expense caused by their care-
i a graphic manifestation of will feel the effects of the new card.Because born, from 100 to 150 checks are lessness.It .
my innate repression of a thwartedand "age of reason"? I'm sure that of the fact that the returned for insufficient funds, is recommended that an Investigation -
twisted sex drive, I have com- every guy who has been steppedon be launched into this
pletely given pictorial doodling.In by spike heels or kicked with matter and a method be devisedto
order to keep from upsetting those pointed toes, has reflected Pastors Concerned Over ArrestsEdward protect those who are dependenton
her Freudian applecart of Ideason with something less than detached their ability cash checks from
substitution, I channeled my objectiveness upon the Inherent irrationality home and the like.. Stiffer penal-
nervous penchant for doodling into of feminine style; and ties for criminal forgery and intentional -
the drawing of word pictures. It often has been tempted -- again The following was adopted by M. Berchman, Acting passing of bad checks is
was soon after she accused me of with something less than the spirit the undersigned on December 12: Chaplain only half the answer. Possibly a
having a Will Rogers complex that of proper equanimity, to make a The University Pastors Association Episcopal University CenterD. card could be Issued upon the com-
I she left me for an engineer with few lucid suggestions as to the at the University of pletion of an application which
far more interesting neuroses. proper selection of an eternal Florida shares a concern with Frederick Castor would assure a merchant that in the
However my diary survived, resting place for their creatorsand many in the Uni jrsity and larger Lutheran Campus Pastor event of difficulty, a person whose
proving that banality is less distributors.Mind Gainesville community that both check, bounces could be found to
ephemeral than love, and the following you,I'm not complaining- the students and faculty members Don Crews, Associate Director make good his account.
is an excerpt drawn from I'll be the first to adnrui to a feel- arrested in Ocala, December 7th, Wesley Foundation
one of my midsummer nights's Ing of inner warmth every time I while picketing for equal rights of
daydreams . I read some- see a well proportioned memberof all citizens, be financially sup- Simeon Kobrinetz, Director
where about hairdos, or at leasta the opposite sex walk away from ported In the litigation proceed- Hillel Foundation
revolt against them. It seems me balancing precariously and ings which face them.Consequently -
that the overteased balloon of wasp- rhythmically on those damnablethin the Association offers Its ser- William G. Neville, Pastor
ish immensity that has served at shafts of tubular steel. vices as a medium to receive funds Presbyterian University Center Please sign all
the crowning glory of many of But when I remember the inherent contributed for this purpose. All letters. Names
our co-eds lately is about to go danger this strained posture funds will be turned over to Dr. Lynda Ramey, Associate Director will be
withheld -
the way of the flapper and the holds for that softly swaying Austin B. Creel for use In behalf Baptist Student Center
sack dress. No longer will Sally figure of fluid motion, and glance of those arrested for their on request.We .
Co-ed look as though little brother down at the trail of pock markson legal defense. Robert Scarborough, Director reserve the
sneaked up behind her with a can a new oak floor, that "warm Checks may be made out to Baptist Student Center
of Spray Net while she was watch- feeling" becomes something more "University Pastors Associa- right to edit
ing "The Return of Frankenstein." akin to heartburn.And tio," and sent to: University Pastors Marian Smallepan, Assistant letters for space
Of course as a budding I guess that's the way it Association, The Rev. Edward Episcopal University Center
economist, I can't help but wonder is -- to much spice In style M. Berchman, Treasurer, reasons.
how well the market can adjustto may call for the Alka Seltzer of Episcopal University Center, 1522 Thaxton Springfield, Director -The Editors
the sudden surplus of egg compromise as we wake to find West University Avenue, Gaines- Wesley FoundationJohn
beaters and glue; but I supposethe that the "morning after" has ar- ville, Florida. It is our under-
shampoo division of Procter rived. standing that these donationswill Touchberry, Director
W.C.N. not be tax deductible. Georgia Seagl Hall

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letdown time lapse, Is real, or ? How do they know how The Florida Alligator
faked. many alligators are in Lake Alice?
Guest ColomnistAt The real key lies in the great What does the J. stand for in our
universal that all college students noble president's name?
the beginning of the last tri- share once they are for real college Get the Idea? Any real, self- I Editor ......... ........... .......... .. ...... ... ..Walker Lund
mester I made the suggestion that students. This is, the reali- respecting University of Florida Managing Editor ......... ...... .... ..'t.. .............Bill Fuller
Freshmen either be assimilated zation that all the little things student who is really a part of Editorial Editor .... .. .. ... .. ... ...... .... .......Wayne Norfleet
J or eliminated. Having a generous you've been saying all your life this campus can answer questions s Sports; Editor .. ............. .. ... ... ... ... ..... ,Dave Berkowitz
I nature, I suggested a fourteen week are really pretty dirty, and then like these with no problems. The Campus Editor ..... ...... .... .... ..... ......... ..John Askins
period of grace, to give the cam- Incorporation of your new wicked answer in the Complete Florida Wire' Editor .. ........ .... ...... .... ... .. .......... .Bob Thomas
pus neophyte time to find where mind into the old good self, resulting Man or Woman are known as a !Feature Editor ..... .. .... ...... .......... ..... .Cynthia Tunstall
all the campus sinkholes are. in the Sophomoric Scizo- matter of course, and not searchedout Campus'; Living Editor........ ...... ...............Judy Lynn Prince
Many Freshmen are as- phrenic. After living around the specifically. editorial::
similated. But there are a few dorms for a term it is quite easyto You should all know what to do Gail Sobering Assistants..Ernie, Glenn Laney. Litz v John Hancock, James DeMaio,

Frosh skulking who need to be pick up a false S. S. Syndrome.But if you catch a UF-F faking being R teporters....Mike Power, Karen
weeded out and destroyed. They In the UF-F, a little old halo in the know: step on it, and be Molitor, Donita Mathison Hack, Peggy Blanchard, Douglas
are hard to find, but if Charley fallout Is still obvious, and If pin- careful not to choke on the star- Ann Carter Joe Kollin Sally Stock, Kathie Martin, Carol Nobis,
Johns can find a few Commie-( ned down, the UF-F will show his Rats here the true color white 1 I Ronald Meserve, Arthur Weitzner, Grover
Frosh-Finks can -- breakdown a suspect but he answers Robinson, Bob DeLoach
; also be found. For example, find out why, for well, and you still have Fran Snider, Fred Lane. _
The Unassimilated Frosh-Fink real, the suspect has those Play- I ALLIGATOR
(UF-F) will put up a variety o1 boy Pin-ups in his room. Which, I test. It is a simple question,whose U'niversity of Florida and is is the official student newspaper of the
false fronts, but even any Soph R.A., taught her those dirty songs? ;answer is known only to the truly the months of May June published five times weekly except during
can tell if the blank staremumbledwords What is the significance of rest4 enlightened: What is a "Gator THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR, and July, when a weekly issue is published.
syndrome of the post-exam room walls? Is Dr.Jackson really (Gig": ? hUed State Post Office at Gainesville is entered, Fla.as second class matter at the



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For The Audience Some Fun


.But Backstage

A Little Tension

Dy JIM CASTELLO "Don't wipe, just blot,"shouted
the make-up artist referring to
,, "I wish they'd hurry up and go the beads of sweat rolling downon.
% I'm so nervous I can hardly the hot performers faces.
stand It. They're so calm, cool
and collected and I'm the one The director walked in, and the
w .
that's nervous." words "Let's go," ended the almost
N "Do you perform?" was the agonizing, but seemingly
question. concerned wait to go on stage. ..
? :. "Nn..-__-r'm... -a wife!" ,
: I IYM Behind the scenes of ADC-TV's
; Hootenanny show was a relatively
quiet place. Nerves didn't show
through except in rare Instances.
w About 30 minutes before the
t>J } show went on the air, the feelingin
the dressing room was rather
apprehensive, like the first classon
the first day of the first tri-
itl r;' mester of a freshman.The .
conversation was quiet,
', singing was in low tones and gui-
tars strummed in the background."It's ,
the waiting that kills me,"
d said one performer.The .
make-up artist was working
; : quietly and patiently to get the
performers ready for the

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LONDON (UPI) -- Britain, wor-
c. WANTED--One girl to share apt WANTED 1 or 2 roommates. Com- said
ried by American protests,
,. .} 'Autos; .. ,. .. :SertffceslKNOW : t' ;.. : with 3 others. Large apt., closeto pletely furnished Apt. Close to yesterday it has no legal meansto
campus 915 S.W. 2nd Ave. FR university. Contact Harry Strub. stop an $11 million sale of
2-5644. $85 a month. (C-67-3t-c). Graduate student Univ. ext 2661.
SUNBEAM 1962 Alpine,Red,Black YOUR BARBERS! Ed buses to Castro Cuba.
interior. Excellent condition, Lackey, Harvey Bell, Tony MOTHER'S LOVE and care for (C-68-3t-c). The angry American reaction to
$1775. Call FR 6-9271, Tom Pedrero. Razor cuts $1.75. See infants and children in private the deal set off anxiety that the

Eddie. (G-68-tf-c). Duncan for a good shine. Former home. 1-1/2 miles west of Fields Forfient' "Cuban Incident" may mar the
college. Inn Barber Shop. Tele- Plaza. Best references. 67673. summit meeting between Prime
1957 FORD-Former Police car. Dhone 29129. (M-68-3t-c). (M-67-5t-c). Minister Sir Alec DouglasHomeand
Automatic transmission. Radio FURNISHED single room adjoiningbath. President Johnson In Wash-

and heater. Reasonable. 6-3649 Nice quiet home. Kitchen ington next month.
(Downstairs. (G-68-St-c). CAN YOU AFFORD to play horse Wanted Privileges. Preferred female student But officials said the British

polo? Elementary or advanced $40 a month Including 814 government has no power to Intervene -

1958 SIMCA $100. Must sell. training for man or horse. WILL THE PERSON who took my N.E.11th Ave. after 5:30 anytime, in what was termed a"pri
See at 207 F Flavet III. (G-70- Facilities limited to one at this black, wool, Russian, Cossack hat weekends 22191. (B-68-4t-c). vate deal."

It-c). time. Col. Terrlll E. Price, during finals please return it to THEY ALSO SAID it Is official
retired. Tepee Ranch. Williston the Student Publications Office in APARTMENT furnished air-con British policy to encourage Inter-

1959 MGA red new tires, clutch, Road. 25844. (M-68-5t-p). the basement of the Fla. Union. ditioned. Like a small home national trade provided It does not
tiding, side curtains, radio and Owner carrier of infectious scalp near campus. Also room in pri- violate security embargos.
heater, needs some work. Sacri- TYPING DONE ON IBM electric disease. Reward! viate home with or without kitchen In the sale, the Leyland Mo-
fice for best offer over $275. typewriter. Short notice. Rea- privileges, home atmosphere. tor Corp. will send Cuba400busesunder

Call Pete Olson at 2-9363 or 2- sonable rates. Phone Mrs. Mar- WOODSHOP INSTRUCTOR-- 60410. (B-67-tf-c). a five-year credit arrange-

9437. (G-70-3t-c). tinez FR 6-3261, Ext. 2575 week- afternoon and some Saturday work. ment worth some $11 million.
days or FR 6-1859 weekends or Boys club. After 1700. Call ATTRACTIVE ROOM with central Terms of the deal Include an
nights. (M-70-Th-c). heat in quiet modern home. Ideal
Charley Dobbs 25341. (C- option for an additional l,000buses.
1960 ALFA ROMEO 200 2.0958). 69-tf-c). for student who needs a desirable A SPOKESMAN for l.eylandsald
Good Condition. $1850. (G-70- THREE LINES rubber stamp and place to study. FR 27883. (B- that delivery of the buses to Cuba

3t-p). handy self-inking plastic pocket- 1 FEMALE ROOMMATE to share 68-5t-c). will begin in April.

case, only $1.00, including taxes large comfort home. Must have Leyland directors said they Intended -
1962 AUSTIN HEALEY 3000 MK and postage. Used to stamp name car. Phone 28588. $65. (C- ADVANCED EQUITATION class to go through with the sale

II. Black and red racing stripes, and locate address on letters, 69-tf-c). forming at Lake Wauberg Stables. to Cuba, which they called a "tra-
lessons at reduced rates.
blue interior.Wire wheels,heater, books, clothing, checks, etc. Many Five ditional market" for the companyThe
Class limited to first five
road lights. Reasonably priced. uses. Print your name and address 1 MALE STUDENT to share nice firm supplied 600 buses to
Call Mike 2-9490. (G-70-tf-c). clearly and send with $1.00to 2 bedroom apartment. All the cants. Instructor Colonel Terry Cuba In 1950 and 200 more in
Price retired formerly commanding -
Gator Speciality, Box 14431. comforts of home provided except
Gainesville, Florida for fast ser- mother and father. Call 6-1123 last horse Training Regimentat 1958.The directors said that they

I,HEELS put,on in 5 minutts vice. (M-70-lt-c). after 5:00. (C-70-5t-c). UJS. Cavalry School. Call Garyat did not sell the buses, Cuban Pre-
466-9295 or Col. Price FR
1 SOLES put on in 15 minutes -- ----- 25844. mier Fidel Castro would seek a
------ -- deal Hungary,France or Canada.

MODERN SHOE FURNISHED apartment, $100 per .. .
REPAIR SHOP person per trimester. Phone, re- Jf.
(across from 1st national bankDOLLAR frigerator. 372-2477 afternoonand

t The entire campus of the evenings. (B-69-3t-c). Exiles React

University of Florida is
NITE T'NITE .: QUIET single room for male stu-
(NIWX talking about one thing. AngrilyMIAMI
dent. 3 blocks from campus.Pri-

"UNDER THE vate entrance, use of refrigerator. -
D.'V'.IN YMIAVAINo0Mn11N..1al YUM-YUM: TREE"TOLBERT $35. 327 N.W. 15th Ter. (UPI) -- Cuban exile
after 3:30 (B-69-tf-c). leaders, reactng. angrily to the
'''',1''II for': p.m.
sale of $11.2 million worthof
last times ,*3colorhits
4 RENT-5 room,2 bed room}house British buses and spare partsto
GIGANTIC Spectaclel close to campus. $50 month 1525 Premier Fidel Castro, yester-

See F.bJHts crnenrNf of- N.W. 5th Ave. or call 6-1872. day called for a boycott of British

3 MiJlfllfcJ Iff 1/ttilttJ AREA FILMS Ideal for students. (B-70-lt-p). Former
Steve ReEVES President Carlos Prio,
GOLIATH&BARBARIANS \t two ex-foreign ministers of Cuba,

21 : member of the 1961 Bay of Pigs
: invasion joined In denouncing
in color
\ot--3\ Mark Forest "British perfidy."
Gary Peck Joan Collins The British sale of 400 buses
GOLIATH DRAGON best may be settling for less.
will make it "possible for Castroto
$1.00percar. Bring a STOP IT. Signed Dutch Schaffer, rebuild his chaotic transpor-
OF VJo LF director 1390 RADIO.
WERE program
CARLOAD I "CURSE TBPitit ,,E (J-70-lt-c). tation system, the" nerve center of
Cuban economy, Prio said.
Cafl oflOnosC'ost
ofoogooos; !
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Cinturato and Supersport -two
React To Message superbly individual tire types developedto
meet specific problems of
road holding at sustained speeds.
the Each has a quick, sensitive
Reactions across country Democratic reaction responseto
message tonight that you can have steering provides an extra margin of
( varied yesterday concerning adress "a
progressive, positive my belief that Lyndon Johnsonby
safety at the breakaway point.
! president Johnson's State of the approach to the problems facingour any stretch of the imaginationcan

| union Congressional message: Democrats pra- "This nation.nation" under the leader- think be he called has out-liberaled a conservative.every I for sports gracing cars..choose

ised President Johnson's first ship of President Lyndon Johnson liberal since 1932."
[ state of the Union address Republican will continue to forward Mc-
said they liked the budget- Cormack said, "and this speechis made it clear that southern sena- j llRELL

cutting part, anyway. indicative of the advancementsthat tors will press their fight against
"1 only hope the administra- will be
made in all fields President Johnson's civil rights now available atTIRE
tion's new found enthusiasm for of endeavor." program.At .

economy in government is as greatin SEN. BARRY GOLDWATER on the same time the veteran 3
June as It is in January," the other hand leveled
sharp criticism leader of the southern bloc con-
commented House Republican at President Johnson and ceded that "the odds in favor of
Leader Charles A. Halleck of In- said his
State of the Union mes- this shortsighted and disastrous
diana. sage makes former President legislation are very great."
But H a 11 e c k and other GOP Harry Truman "look like some '-l\ DIJ/ I

members suggested they don't kind of a piker." "We can only tighten our belts," U\I'v'\t. Y/41
really believe it. Goldwater, who heard the mes- he said in a statement followingthe
HALLECK noted that Johnson, sage on a car radio while cam- State of the Union message, ..
while proposing reduced spending, paigning for President in New "with increased determination to
had plugged"anew for most of the Hampshire, said President John- fight the good fight for reason and CITY

new frontier proposals w which son "out-Roosevelted Roosevelt, the Constitution with every weaponat
many Republicans took such strong out-Kennedyed Kennedy and even our disposal."
exception on fiscal as well as made Truman look like some kind Other southern senators
other ;'"Ounds. of a piker." attacked the President's stand
on 405 N.W. 13th Street Phone 372-5030
SPEAKER JOHN W. Mc- Goldwater told a gathering: "I civil rights and said they could
CORMACK, sounding the general don't think when you read the never agree to the legislation.


Johnsoncontinued -I I Is

( from page one)

of $93 billion in tax receipts,
some $6 billion more than expected -

this year.In .
the legislative field, the
President renewed his appeal for

such Kennedy Johnson programsas .
the $11 billion tax cut to "keep
this country moving" and the civil
rights bill to ban all racial dis-
crimination "as far as the writ
of federal law will run."

He drew one of his most vigo-
rous rounds of applause from the

lawmakers and from spectators in ,
the Jammed House gallery when

he appealed for prompt passage of .
the civil rights progi am.
If Americans of all races can
stand side by side in Berlin and

Viet Nam, and if they could die

side by side in Korea, he said, 'L H
"surely they can work and eat and
travel side by side in America."

But his most enthusiastic response -

came when, laying downa
10-point program to make the
world "safe for diversity," he
paraphrased Soviet Premier Ni-
kita Khrushchev.

"We shall neither act as aggressors -

nor tolerate acts of aggression V
," he said. "We Intendto f

bury no one -and we do not Intendto
be buried."

Congressional Democrats,from i
Senate leader Mike Mansfield,
Mont., to Sen. Harry F. Byrd, This could be the start of something. BIG I IIf
D-Va., hailed the President's bud-
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Cagers Seeking Revenge ALLIGATOR.

Tonight Against HurricanesBy SPORTSL f;

GLENN LANEY the young season. a shade under 30 points a game.
Assistant Sports Editor "We certainly aren't going to "We Intend to put Richard Peekon
zone them any this time." the Barry and Brooks Hendersonon h
The Florida basketball team will young bead mentor said. "We will Dampier," Sloan said. "If any- ThursdayJanuary 9,1964Georgia Page 8 )
be out for revenge tonight as they be pressing all the way with a one can hold Dampier, Hendersoncan. '''' .> ,, "x,' '
take on Miami's Hurricanes In the strictly man-to-man defense." ." i"i' ";;< '.>; { ", ;:$;,. ; {:t :: .-N' :. ,, "'< .

Florida Gym at 8:15 p.m. One of the big problems which Last year Henderson was put
The last time these two teams have faced Miami opponents in the on Wake Forest's Dave Wiedeman. Swimmers
faced each other, Miami came out past is John Dampier. The "Mad At the time Wiedman was aver-
on the long end of a 95-79 score. Bomber" of the hardwood Is averaging aging ov..' 22 points a game. The
Florida was able to creep within over 25 points a game. result was Wiedeman scored one
Invade Florida
one point of them mid-way in the His specialty Is pumping them in field goal and two free throws, Pool
second half, but the boys from the from 20-30 feet. Florida walked off with an upset.
Magic City pulled away to win With Dampier as a great outside -
fans have Farweil for the
"This is a team that has not UF swimming chance backstroke.
big.Gator threat and Rick Barry 6 feet reached its potential yet," said to see theSoutheasternConterence Saturday the tankers host
head coach
Norm Sloan 7 forward
leading the inside Sloan. "We have yet to play under Champions in action today at Flori- .Georgia Tech and the following
promises no repeat of what he calls
scoring parade Miami is a rough
normal circumstances.thoughtwe da Pool when Florida plays host week get ready for their big meet
one of Florida's worst efforts of
opponent. Barry is averaging just could finally settle down when to Georgia.The with FSU at Tallahassee.
.. near disaster almost struck twice Gators 4-0 so far,are shoot- Florida's freshman team meets
within a week." Ing for their ninth straight SEC Georgia Bullpups In a preliminarymeet
title. at 3 p.m. with the varsity
TO LOOK CLEAN CUT, Gary Keller who was operatedon Heading the Georgia roster is meet following.
GET A CLEAN CUT just before the Christmas holi- Vince Roscelll. Roscelli who ex-
days was back working out. The cells in the breaststroke, holds
V doctors have given him the go times of 1:05.0 in the 100 yd.
WINDY'SBARBER ahead to play, but it was decidedto breaststroke and 2:24.0 in the 200
redshirt him.Jacksonville yd. breaststroke.The .

SHOP played host to
Gators will match Charlie
Miami last night with the Hurri-
King against Roscelli in the 200
1125 West Univ. Ave.
canes due in here sometime this
yd. breaststroke.Mike .
r afternoon.
Walsh,from Georgia,holds V\:
the SEC record in the 200 yd. ,

I {b {]t tr@ 0 mr 'iKID @'iP 5Tvua$ W13J[ f6 1 1ID 0 DO 0 freestyle.meet last in 1:57.8.spring During He'll, he the swam be conference facing the distance the s) 6 DW tl ,. ..fi

:JF long distance ace Bill Corbin.
Corbin set the UF freshman
CHICKEN FISH SHRIMP mark in the 200 freestyle with a
time of 1:56.0 last year.

Other swimmers the Bulldogs
will be counting on heavily are
Justus Baird, in the breaststroke,
1040 East University Ave. At the Junction of 20, 24, 26 and 331 and Alex Patterson In the back-

Gators will count
on Jerry
...-" Livingston for top performances should aid' Gators in
in the butterfly events and Dick backstroke events.


Meet The

key player on last year's
squad, 62 guard Brooks Henderson -
was the teams third leading ;'
point-getter with a 14.2 average.He .
lead the team in free throwing c
ability with a fine 83.3 average. r '

A former Coral Gables High a, r
star, Henderson transferred to
.. Florida from N.Y.U. where he had
played one year on scholarship and
averaged over 21 points a game.
His switch has proved to be a '
happy one for the Gators. Hen a
derson currently leads the Gators v _
in scoring shooting at a 21 point A
per game clip. He is noted for
his fine reflexes and rebounding '
ability also. This puts Henderson' ; r Sport Coats Blazers Sweaters "
high on the list of all-around
players In the SEC and makes _
him a floor leader for.the gators. V Shirts Winter Jackets




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