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The Florida AlligatorVol.56

No.76 University of FloridaGainesville FridayJanuary 17,1964

First Shots Heard In


X64 Political WarThe

first sKirmish of the 1964 UF political campaigntook "Sure I Intend to serve out the full term," presi-
place last night. dential aspirant Ken Kennedy told The Alligator.
V.O.T.E. Party chairman John Ritch issued a
statement challenging whether top Gator Party Jerry Richman, candidate for Honor Court
hopefuls intended to serve full terms if elected. Chancellor, admitted it Is "unllk .y he can be here
The Gator Party candidates replied in somewhat past December" because of a law scholarship expiring
frosty terms. that month and ROTC obligations,

but went on to defend his position."At .
.I . such time, I will have a

vice chancellor, a law student
adequately trained with ten months
Gator Picks V.O.T.E. Adds experience, far more than my

present opponent," Richman saidIn

Treasurer Two To SlateBy read a written: V.O.T.E.statement.The Party. challenge

"In reading Thursday's Alligator -
PHIL HEVENER By MIKE POWER I (Ritch) noticed that Jerry
Staff Writer Staff WriterI Richman, the Gator Party's can-
-- ---
didate for Chancellor of the Honor
A former ewspaper reporterwas v.0.T.E. party filled out its Court, was listed as a 4LW classi-

named yesterday as the Gator top political slate last night by fication. Since the Constitution is between UF Prof. Frederick Hartmann and a former

I Party's candidate for treasurerin announcing Paul Huck as its can- of the Student Body states that Viet Nam ambassador to the U.S. Tran Van Chuong last
the coming Feb. 6 Student didate for Chancellor of the Honor persons holding elected offices in
Government elections. Court and Jim Conner for Clerkof Student Government must be In night before Chuong's speech in the University Auditorium. -

David Yost ILW and agraduate the Court. school during their entire term (Photo by Phil Krug)
-- of office, I checked the prospec-
tive graduation date of Jerry Rich-
man. I found he is scheduled to
graudate In December, 1964. His U.S. Aid Is Answer

term would not expire until three
months later. Upon further check-
Ing I found Gator Party's candi-

9 I d'te for the Office of Presidentis Says Ambassador

1 also classified 4LW, and Ken- .
.q J nedy is also schedule to graduatein

BY JESS MARKHAMstaff the survival of Viet Nam as a
bring out these facts
_ YOST CONNER HUCK in order to make campaign issueat Writer country." Chuong said. "If Viet
falls the rest of Southeast
of the UF's Department of Political Huck and Conner accepted their this time. Had this been our Military aid under the controlof ,
Asia will follow.
Science, will run against the V.O. nominations at a party meetingin intention, we would have saved the U.s. Defense Departmentunder would not comment on
T.E. Party's nominee for the post, the Sigma Chi fraternity house. this information for a time laterin consideration in the new Chuong
Fred Lane. Huck is a 24-year-old 3LW who the campaign when a real issue Foriegn Aid investigations now the present coup regime now in
in Viet Nam under Gen.
Gator Party chairman Bob has served on both the defenseand could be made of it. being conducted Is a real step power
Van Minh.
Wilson said Yost's name had been prosecuting councils of the "We do, however,challenge Mr. towards winning the war in Viet Duong
not the kind of who
"I am man
under consideration for sometimeand court. He was awarded a Ford Richman, and his leader, Mr.Ken- Nam, Dr.Tran Van Chuong,former "
rushes to the aide of victory,
that during the time prior to Foundation Fellowship as an Vietnamese Ambassador to the
(continued 5)) he said in an interview before his
yesterday's announcement 'I had undergraduate.Huck page UJ3. said last night In the UF
heard from people not even con- said his past experience auditorium. Chuong outlined his evaluation speech.
would he comment the
nected with our party who felt makes him the most qualified per- of what the war In Viet Nor on
(continued page 5)) (continued page 5)) Party Line-up, Nam is all about and how he feels now defunct regime of President

.?_ .__ ___,- ----._. it can and should be continued. Ngo Dinh Diem who was killed
7 > during the coup Oct. 28.
See Page 5 Viet Nam involves
"The war In "It would be morally wrong to
much more than UJ3. prestige or "
discuss the rule of a dead man.
Chuong said. "I criticized him

Fry Keynotes now.while"he was in power but I cannot

Chuong has not seen his

Rei i ion -I n Life daughter, Madam Ngo Dinh Nhu,
9 since she left this country for Rome

last November.
Principal speaker at the 1964 Religion-in-Life Week convocation Chuong said he is not asking for
Monday morning in Florida Gym will be the Rev. Dr. Franklin Clark more aid. lie said he only wants
Fry, president of the Lutheran Churches in America. the American people understand
The convocation, open to all, will highlight six days of religion- why the situation in Viet Narn has
centered events of the UF campus featuring noted speakers from univer- become so critical and why It is

sities and seminaries across the country. necessary to spend so much money."I .

t Classes will be suspended during .......__.._.""-' _.._._..._ am not complaining because
the convocation starting at 11 a.m. JI Viet Nam has already received
The week begins Sunday at 'y proper care and assistance," he

11:30 a.m. with a brunch in Hillel ;, said. "I only wish you to under-
Foundation, where Dr. Max Artz, .IrM stand the dangers and necessities
vice-chancellor of the Jewish of the cold war.

Theological Seminary of America, N I( "In spite of all the present difficulties -
will speak on"The Doctrine of Man ," Chuong said,"1 am sure
in the Bible." He is to speak againat that with continued American assistance -

7:30 p.m. in University Auditorium the pecple, of Viet Nam

will succeed in preserving their
Other speakers scheduled are freedom."

--- ---- Dr. Nathan Scott, Jr., associate Chuong's appearance was spon-
professor of theology and litera- sored by the Florida Union's
PRESIDENTIAL HOPEFUL ture at the University of Chicago Forums Committee
Divinty School, Dr. Carl Michal-

Ken Kennedy, left, speaks to several hundred students son, professor of systematic theology Free Apples!

last night at the Gator Party kick-off rally in the at Drew University, and Dr.
Harmon Holcomb professor of
An unhappy student walking
Broward Hall Recreation Room while his running mate
philosophy of religion at Colgate between Benton and Pea-

Dick Gober, looks on. The speeches were during the intermission Rochester Divinty School. body was overheard to say:
The Rev. Dr. Fry is first pre- "The only thing good about
of a dance staged by Gator Party. (Photo by
sident of the new 3.2 million member this school is the free apples."
Phil Krug) : Lutheran Church In America. REV. FRY I



Page 2 The Florida Alligator Friday, January 17, 1964


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I Police Report HEREUF Crime Rafes I IBy


BECKY QUINN Five cases of possession and

Staff Writer sale of narcotics were anothernew

addition to the annual report,
Variety--not quantity.
as was one narcotics theft.
That's the theme of the 1963
Two cases of kidnapping were
U F Police Activities Report Issuedby
also reported for the first time,
the Campus Police yesterday.And .
as were one Incident each of carry- tjjD4
police officials point to the
ing concealed weapons and tapping
trimester In explaining it.
The report lists 38 categories
Other new listings are:breakingand
of crime. Of these, 12 show a
entering, robbery,stolen tags,
decrease In the rate of Incidence, .
fraud, Insane persons, wanted
while 11 others show an Increase
persons, larceny after trust, and
from last year's count. Only one
driving while Intoxicated.
category shows the same rate for
Campus Police Chief Audie I.
1962 and 1963.
Shuler explained the new categories -
But the report shows 14 new I
by saying that they are a
categories that were not listedIn
result of both Increased varietyIn
previous years. the types of crimes being com-
Indecent acts were listed for
mitted on campus and of a mild
the first time this year. There
change In police filing.
15 reported Incidents.
.. "Many of these crimes we

haven't handled before, but some
Greek LetterI'4nIanls of them are things that have hap- JA I' \

pened only rarely, that we beganto

tabulate under a definite head- ; Z-LL \

\,. ItJ\ Ing to see If there was a trend
..' developing," Shuler said.
: The decrease: In 12 other cate-

gories, Shuler credits to the tri-

mester system and Increased

academic standards of the UF.

"Under the trimester, people
don't have as much time to get The number of stolen autos and to two. Disorderly conducl cases and 36 suspicious persons were

Into trouble as,they used to," he motor vehicles also dropped froma numbered 65 this year as com- reported compared to six in 1962.
added. total of 134 attempts last yearto pared to 77 in 1962. Also in the increased categorywere

OZALE'S Among those listings which show 81 this year. While 76 of Lost property, stolen bicycles, 12 reported drunks, above

some decrease was attempted sui- these were not recovered last animals calls, hit and run, dis- last year's reported five.

( 3.79 includeslow cide. Two persons committed year, the Police Department reports troying state property, worthless Reported sex acts jumped to

price chain suicide here In 1962 and there were 27 not recovered this year. checks, and reckless driving are 27 this year from 14 in 1962.

six other unsuccessful attempts.This The number of reported distur- also categories that show a decrease Also increased In 1963 were
bances dropped from 49 to 34 from last
year there were only two year.
forgery, larceny (petty and grand),
attempted suicides, neitherof this year, while assault and bat- The number of missing persons larceny of university property,
which was successful. tery saw a decrease from eight increased from 35 to 49 this year
prowlers, recovered property,and

Shuler did not comment on

whether the Increases could also

na. be credited to the trimester.
H ,
I yt x w "But you could credit the increased -

variety to the increasein

__ the number of. UF personnel,"

he.said. _

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f FridayJanuary 17,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3

[ CAMPUS LIFE 1 1l' Coeds In Graham

tier t A .r11 t1.+1t Bring AdvantagesBy


N..ML.Q 'rr .iaa;' .(........11" W.h..IIIlIa__
1i1h. _
;;. 1 1 f.11 a r rst A Where the boys are, the girls are too," is a males while coeds reside In Graham Hall.

familiar statement around campus since Graham area The efforts to make this UF"tirst"a success have
a ,111 t has taken on the new co ed look. brought a number of advantages to the 600 students
E' ra
Although the situation sounds cozy,the men and living in the Graham area. Socials, movies, books,

r+ tnr1f women aren't quite as close as rumors lead one to magazines, forums, and special lectures are plannedby

+ t. 4g believe. Trussler and Simpson dormitories house the four standing committees under the direction

of the Area Council, the main
Fraternally Speaking
Graham area ruling body.

Heading last trimester's activities -

was Graham's famous "Playboy" -

g i FIIIS Plan Junale party, complete with band,

-.r bunnies, and a Playmate selectedby

4' Saturday Phi Gamma Delta (Fiji) in recognition of Albert Schweit- Playboy magazine editor Hugh

is partying to the Hustlers at its zer's birthdav. Two weeks from Hefner.

411- house. It will be a jungle partyPledgeParties today, the Fijis have scheduleda The social committee also organized -

dinner social with their sister a decorating party for

dt lie sorority, Kappa Alpha Theta. The Homecoming last fall when they

Big Beats will be playing throughout won first place in the dormitory

< f the evening. division Socially speaking, plans

.. pMwn.wwwMtr. The Phi Tau's tomorrow night for this trimester include mixers,

are having another Indoor blastat weekly movies, and a Spring party

,. their house,featuring Big Wright comparable to the Playboy Party.
+$ AMfr Pledge parties and altruistic
and the Playboys. Having a representative from
projects head the list of activities Beta Theta PI is planning its every floor of all three dorms the
for the sororities.The .
annual district conclave with the Communications Committee Is responsible -
AXO old pledges will
Georgia Tech and Emory chaptersof for the newest campus
perform a "Take-Off on Rush"
Beta. Thirty boys plan to make publication the "Graham
for their new pledges. Also plansare
the trip, scheduled next weekend. Cracker." This informative pam-
in for their Car-
progress The Betas are eagerly awaiting the phlet contains area news as wellas
nation Ball Weekend.A .
r big dance to be held that week- all other campus events.
carnival theme heads the list
end at the Decatur, Ga. Elk's Club
of pledge entertainment at the
with Maurice Williams and the Zo-
AEPhl house this weekend. Tonight Local radio stations have recently -
Olacs. Today the Betas havea
,< they are going to the SPE learned that soon there will
social with Alpha Omicron Pi.
'tfi House for a dinner social. be more broadcasting competitionnow

.' \ ': iiI!, The ADPi's are still workingat The Mark IV's are playing at a that Graham is setting up

the old folks home for their casual party at the Delta Sig house its own radio station. Permissionfrom

THE GOOD LIFE altruistic project. To welcome the tonight. The Delta Sig's have been the FCC is now being ac-

might sum up the thoughts of these Graham Hall residents new pledges, open house will start getting ready for their formal initiation quired. The station plans to trans

the evening off with a bang. ceremonies which will be mit C-5 music, popular music,
who be
seem to giving their undivided attentionto
Frequent reading to blind stu- Monday.The and comments on campus newt

a passing coed. (Photo by Carolyn Johnston) dents is a national: project for the Kappa Sigs are having a

DG's. By taping the material, the dance and party tomorrow nightin
DG's see to it that the tape recordings honor of their 20 new pledges.The The new co-ed dorm is makingan

I[ UF Sets Peace Corps RecordA I have a wide circulation.In J-Notes from Jacksonville will residents all-out effort the to make Graham
a recent election of officers be playing.
new national record for reappear to have such limited objectives at the KD Houst Kay Burch was campus. Book drives, educationalfilms

sponse to the Peace Corps was in mind. But this is not elected President, Jackie Neel- Professor surveys; and leadership
the case at the University of workshops are on the agenda In
set by the UF Peace Corps spokesman vice president, Beverly Boone-
Paul Daly said Wednesday.Florida," Daly said. secretary, and Janet Thurlow- order to give students every pos-

Daly, who was on campus with treasurer. Tonight they have a Lectures"Medical sible opportunity to further them-

Peace Corps recruiters during "I feel it's a real tribute to social with the DTD's.A selves culturally and mentally. An

the week of Dec.7 reports a the staff at the University when DPhiE celebrity is Vicki Education and Psy- intercom transmitting C-5 music
total of 1.34 per cent of the stuover one per cent of the graduating Welthorn who was recently elected chiatry" will be the topic of a recently been provided.A .

dent population volunteered during class is willing to give president of WSA. Also, Arrine lecture today by Dr. Peter F.
Student Leader's
this period. His report came in two years of themselves to accept Kleinberg was elected recording Regan professor and chairman of Workshop at

a letter to Dean of the College the challenge of building secretary. Marsha Kramer, vice- the Department of Psychiatry in Camp Wauburg last trimester

of Arts and Sciences Ralph E. greater appreciation and understanding president of the Hlllel Foundation.A the UF College of Medicine.The proved successful and led the way
planning further discussions for
Page. of men of all nations in house-warming on the 24th will talk Is scheduled for 5p.m.in .
"Being an alumnus, I am very this people-to-people program." officially Initiate their new house.A the Medical Science Building council and committee members.The .

proud," he wrote. Daly is special assistant in the steak bar-b-que is on the Auditorium.This ladies weren't left out when

"So many of the college men Office of Public Affairs of the Saturday agenda for the Zeta's in is the second in this intramurals began.They also compete ,-
with other
we speak to around the country Peace Corps. honor of their new pledges. On winter's series of lectures on dorm teams.
Sunday all the ZTA's will attend
the and
philosophy of medi "All of these activities
Calendar Of EventsDoctor church together.All cine. The series were
the gives members ]possible mainly because of the cooperation -
sororities interested in
of the of
College Medicine facultyand < and enthusiasm the
promoting their activities should
Peter F. Regan, head of psychiatry in the College of send any news from their groupto visiting to discuss professors an opportunity
Medicine, will speak on "Psychiatry and Medical Education" from the Alligator Campus Livingby aspects of Joe Marinelli, president of the
medical practice that not
5 to 6 p.m. today on the second floor auditorium of the J. Hillls Area Council. "We've come a
Wednesday of each week.
covered in the classroom. ]Inrlfr "' !IV t.II. ..,., ,..._ __, ,_.
Miller Health Center. .. _. UI, 11110 "" "" 5U' iI sva
? further to go and a lot of improvements -

Open house will be held at Georgia Seagle Hall, 1002 West r r f, to make."

University Ave. Sunday from 3 to 5 p.m. The public is Invitedto

attend. Information will be given out to all students interestedin wf In order to find out exactly how

joining Georgia Seagle Co-operative. the students felt about living in

a co-ed dorm, the Educational

The Gator Amateur Radio Club will meet Monday at 8 p.m. in Forums Committee conducted a

Room 521 of the Engineering Building. Everyone Interested in survey of all Graham residents.

Amateur Radio is invited. Officers will be elected. 94f1 f This survey found that most area

dwellers have noticed improved

Dance lessons in cha-cha, bossa nova, rhumba, waltz, and foxtrot M { I dress and etiquette, as well as
will be offered In the social room of the Florida Union Mondayat 1 > a b Improved student morale. Many
7 p.m. for beginning lessons and 8:30 p.m. for the advanced were Indifferent as to whether the

class. The total cost for 11 lessons is $10 per person or $18.50 J new plan was conducive to responsible -

per couple. Students may sign up in Room 315 in the Florida Union. and mature behavior.

The archery club will meet Wednesday at 4:30 p.m. on the Broward They said they believed on the
whole that co-ed living did not
archery range. All new members should attend. s 9
create more problems than it

Lawyers and law students may apply for commissions in the P'V solved. Eighty per cent of the women -

Air Force's Judge Advocate General said they would like to returnto
Program through Sgt. A.D. 4
s.. ..,.... _' u Graham next
r.-a-- w s-rr II"- year and sixty-
Cothran or Sgt. Richard Norman at the Air Force Recruiting Office,
208 S.E. 1st St. or by calling 2-0629. TWINS OR A MIRROR? four per cent of the men voted

. .seems to be the question in this picture, taken like-wise. Also than, there were fewer
Pre-medical and pre-dental students must register with the drop-outs previous years.
recently on the UF it's The could be
Actually figures attributedto
campus. neither.
pre-prof ess tonal counseling office, Room 12, Flint Hall, Monday
through Friday. Deadline is Friday, February 7th. Ther're freshman roomates, Jan Miller and Suzanne several other factors.However,
it Is hard to deny that a !girl-
Poheman both
from Orlando.
boy atmsophere is aconcenlalone.f .



Page 4 The Florida Alligator FridayJanuary 17,1964 SIDELIGHTS


Board Adds Humane Element I

edite> :ri I S - -

you can begin making these crit- demic record is all that matters.

By HUGH McARTHUR ical plans now. Many employers today investigate'over

Ihope" the last three columns ol The two central figures ulti- and above your academic record -

this series have been, 01 will be, mately Involved in your procure- some or all of the following

of some benefit to you. In this ment of a loan are L. D. Gravely, areas: Honor Court violations,

Excessive JudgmentsWhen final column on general 'reehman University Cashier and Dean H. housing records, landlords, pro-

problems I would like to amassa K. McClelland, assistant dean of fessor relationships and hence

Wally Butts was awarded $3,000,000 in punitive damages number of observations and admonitions Student Affairs. In my years at your relationship and demeanorwith

from the Saturday Evening Post,it received banner headlines and national which, if followed or the university I have never met members of your class, your

recognition. This week, a federal judge ruled that he would have to thought about, will be of some value two more dedicated sincere men. credit record here, the bank with

give up $2,600,00ofthat Judgement or face a new trial; and the announce- to you. If you have a legitimate financial which you do business, the faculty

ment was all but lost in the plethora of news filling the papers.In Learn the procedure Involved in problem you will find them won- disciplinary committee recordsetc.

handing down the ruling, U.s. District Judge Lewis R. Morgan utilizing the authority of the Uni- derfully patient and helpful. See Your brain AND your char

struck a decisive blow at a trend that has become alarming in recent versity Petitions Board I This them now, don't wait till your ship acter are now on trial, don't let

years. board literally adds the humane hits the rocks. There is limitedaid one develop without the other.

The "deep pocket theory" seems to have become the basic philosophyof element to that mass of rules and available for freshmen and Self-control is no longer just

modern Juries, and many of the Judgements In recent years have regulation set out In the uni- to my knowledge these are the desirable, it's mandatory.

gone beyond the bounds of reason. versity catalogue. My observation only two men who have ALL the Closing this series I would like

It's easy to believe that Insurance companies and large corporations, has been that this board will bend, answers. to thank the people who have writtenme

with their vast holdings of assets, should be made to bear the burdenof warp or fracture almost any regulation Your OVERALL record at this concerning these articles.Your

heavy punitive damages, whenever any doubts exist. at this university; pro- university is critical! Dismiss ideas, questions, criticisms and

However, when we pay our insurance bill, we come to a chilling vided such action is reasonable and right now the Idea that your aca- courtesy are warmly appreciated.

realization of just who ultimately bears the costs of these excessive proper in the light of an individual

awards.It takes. a tremendous amount of judgement to arrive at a sum that problem.Caution! Irony in the CanalsEDITOR I

is equitable to both parties in the light of such circumstances as those As with most committees func-

surrounding this case. tioning within a large organization,
world, a trend which
: began I believe
In our opinion, Judge Morgan's decision Is much more appropriatethan its benefits will be fully available
In 1956 Britain and France were on this continent in the year
that of the jury. to the who under-
only person
censured the United 1776.
And lest we weep too quickly over Mr. Wally's loss (assuming hedoesn't stands its operations, structureand severely
Nations for endeavoring to protect Anthony F.
agree to a new tual just reflect for a moment on how many limitations. Most students ,
their "interests" In the Suez Canal
tranquilizers the remaining $460,000 could provide to calm the exBulldog's never come in contact with this
by force of arms after diplomatic
nerves. agency, but the ones who do are Stunt?
t attempts to maintain the "statusquo"
W.C.N. usually Involved In a matter very
had failed.Among the leadersof
important to themselves.Just EDITOR:
world wide national
opinion was
in case, find out how to I just finished reading issue
the United States of America. The
use it effectively should the need number four (who only knows what
ushers in this year's version of Religion-In-Life Week. heated debate and subsequent with-
ever present Itself will be happened to issues one, two, and
During the headlong, and sometimes madcap rush through the trimester you drawal of the troops from this
much better off. Talk to coun- three ?) of a newsletter called
it is only appropriate that we pause to examine this very important your area made it plainly clear that
selor, upperclassmen who have "Inside Student Government".NowI
'I part of our lives. the "rights" of these two nationsin
submitted petitions and the registrars have a question.
On a campus of this size, the diversity in belief is bound to be tre- respect to control of an Inter- I Freshman
office. Be prepared! am only a and pos-
mendous. And if participate in form of at national waterway were in fact
you any campus acitivity
For those of you who have, or sibly this type of thing is done
all chances are that this part of live will to nonexistent.The .
your expose you more
expect to have, monetary difficulties every year but the newsletter
variations of religious outlooks than knew existed. The end
you ever
before you leave the univer- United States finds herself seemed to me to be nothing more
result, we hope will be an enlarged capacity for religious tolerance.One now -
sity, do the following. Go to theDean's in similar that a political stunt.
situation to that
of the basic"freedoms"of this country is the freedom of religion. a
offices on the second floorof of the offended of The second paragraph said that
We believe that this freedom can only be perpetuated by an atmospherethat parties eight
the Administration building and It would Frank Harshaw announced that vol-
the free dissemination of ideas beliefs years ago. appear that
and encourages even prejudices.We religious find out the exact qualifications since the U.S. has no Intentionof untary R.O.T.C. would be brought
yes prerequisite to attaining a National before the Legislative Council.
giving of
urge you to take advantage of this special week and the top up the Panama
Defense Loan or University Long Canal a Other than the fact that the councilcouldn't
theologians it invariably presents, to examine YOUR beliefs; and be military operation will
Term Loan. As a freshman you be do anything about it in
able to explain to yourself, and to others just WHY you are a Methodist, eventually required to exert
can't qualify for these, but by the authority to main- any case, I think that this is the
Catholic agnostic atheist whatever embraces necessary
or religion your parti-
cular belief. knowing the requirements you can tain effective control. first time I have heard of Frank

satisfy many of your own anxieties There is a subtle note of irony Harshaw announcing anything.

W.C.N. about what you can do later, and pervading the present situation in Other paragraphs said things

the light of a previous judgementof like: ". specialemergencyS.G.

I Blames Americans In the U.N. ( including the U.s.). commission.", ". completely
PanamaEDITOR If Britain and France had no non-profit S.G. committee .",

"rights" in Suez how can the U.S. ". DELIBERATE WASTE OF

expect to justify Its "rights" in STUDENT MONEY has been
: were not even allowed to fly their At least I hope they do not. the Panama Canal zone without sucessfully WIPED OUT .".

flag in the Canal Zone. The flag appearing to have performed This newsletter, with obvious
Richard II. Morris' January 15 is a symbol of sovereignty, and Let us not believe that a revision classical "about face" in the political overtones, was, I think,

letter to the editor, unfortunately, the Panamanians consider the of the 1903 Panama Canal of the world? eyes published with my activity fee.

.j j is probably most representative Canal Zone to be Panamanian ter- treaty would be a humiliating con- Many "pip-squeak" countries Moreover, the free bus service

\ of the general attitude of U. S. ritory leased to the U.S., rather cession. We can go far toward a previous correspondent chose as to that Big Brother S.G. is providing
citizens who live in the Panama
than U.s. territory. meeting Panama's demands with-
label them, an unfortunate termto reminds me of just another expensive -
Canal Zone. Morris, completely ignoring the out suffering any real losses our-
say the least, saw fit to roar political use of my money.
These Americans consider the position of the Panam'nlans reduces selves. And there is much goodwill at the British lion and a small Someone may ask if I am

Canal Zone to be sovereign U.S. the question of U.s. rightsIn to be won or lost, dependingon host of other dominating felines "biased". -- After reading the Alligator -

territory, and perhaps it would not the Canal Zone to the situationof our willingness to cooperatewith with the resultant disintegration the newsletter, and talkingto
be far-fetched to say that they "another pipsqueak country"and a people on whose territorywe
of empires and the rise of independent my friends, I am "biased" and
regard the territory as the fifty-
a "blackmailer" pulling UncleSam's are guests. intend to that
nations. stay way.
Such Is the
first state in the union.A .
beard. This uncompli- Stephen L. Rozman
trend David Swartz 1UC
the H. ,
among peoples of this
sizable number of the 36,000
mentary description of Panama indicates -
U.s. citizens in the Canal Zone, that after having lived

quite possibly the vast majority, seventeen years in Panama --yes, DisinterestedEDITOR

do not even speak Spanish. They Mr. Morris, you were living In The Florida

remain within their closely-knit Panama, not In the UnitedStates-- AlligatorServed :

colony and rarely get to know the he has not learned to respect either After reading Thomas H.

Panamanians who live on both sides the country or its people. by United Press International Kiefer's anti-V.O.T.E.party letterto

of the Canal Zone. It is no secret That Mr Morris thought he was the editor on campus politics,

that these Americans,who are pre- living in the U.S. during those Editor ..;:.;.Walker Lundy I feel it is necessary to clarifyone

dominantly descendants of south- seventeen years is quite evidentby Managing Editor Bill Fuller large point concerning

erners, consider the dark-skinned his statement: "Naturally the Assistant Managing Editor .,.. ......... ....... .. .. .. John Askins Thomas' position. Even though he

Panamanians -- many of whom are 36,000 Americans in the zone were Editorial Editor ... ..... ..... ...... .... .. .. ....Wayne Norfleet contends that he is "not much of

mulatto -- as inferiors. indignant (at having the Pana- Sports Editor ,,,...,........ ....... .. ....... .. .Dave Berkowitz a 'bug' on student government or

The mentality and aloofness of manian Hag raised in the Canal Wire Editor .. ... ... ................. ... ...........Bob Thomas campus politics. ." and the tone
the Canal Zone Americans has prevented Zone) and, having a national allegiance Feature Editor ....Cynthia Tunstall of his letter seems to representhim

them from understandingthe to the U.s., protested to Campus Living Editor Lynn Prince as a disinterested student,
position of the Panamanian there's more here than meets the
everyone they possible could.
people and from sympathizing Editorial Assistants...John Hancock, Ernie Litz Glenn eye.
their aspirations.Let The Americans in the Canal Gail Sobering, Nancy Zimmet, Alan Campbell and Betty Laney, Investigation shows that Thomas

us place ourselves in the Zone, by their shameful attitude, Reporters. ... Mike Power, Jim Castello, Phil Hevener Joel Wendt. lives in Graham Area and is

position of the Panamanians and have disgraced all Americans. Douglas Molltor, Donita Mathison, Sally Stock, Kathie ,Martin Gaston, rooming with Drew Haslett, whom
perhaps we will understand the Their inconsiderate actions are Nobis, Ann Carter, Joe Kollin, Stan Kulp,Pam Pulley Agnes the Alligator announced on Mon-

reasons for their attitude regarding responsible for many of our pro- Ronald Meserve, Bob DeLoach, Fran Snider, Fred ,Lane Fowles, day as being the official "men's

the U.S. position in the blems with Panama. If they want Duda, Jean Fagot, JUdy Teich, George Rowe, Evan Engle, Kathrine dorm co-ordinator" for the Gator

Canal Zone. to live in a territory where they Mlms, Phil Geyer, Steve Vaughn, Don Federman George Party and Its presidential can-
First of all their country are not forced to witness Becky Quinn,
foreign Larry Zimmerman, Arthur Weitzner, Jackie didate, Ken Kennedv.
is divided in two by a sector inhabited flags flying alongside their own, Charn Powell and Maureen Collins Pat Hogan, Is Thomas reall disinterested?

by foreigners who speak I suggest they move back to the THE Maybe. Perhaps the Alligator
another language and remain a- United States, all 36,000 if ne- ALLIGATOR is the official student newspaper of the should investigate more carefully
University of Florida and
loof from the natives, for whom cessary. However, I believe that the months of Is published five times weekly except during what is represented as the unbiased -
May June
they have very little respect. Until many Canal Zone residents do not THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR, and July, when a weekly issue Is published view of the. public before

very recently the Panamanians share Mr. Morris' callousness. United State Post Office at Gainesville.Is entered Fla.as second class matter at the press time. Frank Glenn


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y Qya ?r iqW R U.S. Panama Talks

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CITY (UPI) A U.S. Embassy personnel to leave United States is willing to "nego-

-Panama agreement for resump- Wallace Stewart, U.S. charge d' tiate" a new canal treaty or merely

tion of diplomatic relations affaires, said he knew nothing "discuss" that possibility with

appeared on the verge of collapse about the report. He noted that other Issues stemming from last

yesterday and a new political technically relations remain week's rioting in which at least

crisis seemed to be brewing. broken. 21 persons were killed and nearly

Persistent reports circulatedthat Other sources said however, 600 wounded. Four of the dead

Panama planned to expel the Panamanian Foreign Ministry and nearly 200 of the wounded

American diplomats unless the planned to Issue a communiquewhich were Americans.A .

United States agreed formally to would confirm the reports. Spanish version of the agree-

; 'I negotiate a new Panama Canal Meanwhile, embassy officials ment Wednesday used the term

,", r't'/ treaty. waited with packed bags. "negotiate." The English ver-

f[ __ \. Panama City newspapers quoted The agreement reached only 24 sion used the word "discuss."
official sources as saying the hours ago was under heavy fire Presumably, both versions were
government has requested U.s. over the issue of whether the Issued after approval of the text

.Max Morath will appear at the University Audit- by Martin and Panama's foreign

orium January 31. Morath's colorful concert-lecture V.O.J.E. minister The Foreign, Galileo Solis.Ministry In a .

will be free to the public. special communique Wednesday

night said Panama "will not restore -
(continued from page I) justice and is participating in the relations until the U.s.'

Gatorcontinued Dave was the best man for the Junior candidate program of the government assures the Panama
"Law Review." lie has servedas
Job. We chose him on the basis government that it will open negotiations -
( from pare I) "All you see now in four yearsis of his superior qualifications for business manager of the Men's for a new Panama Canal
Glee Club for the 21 months
the one-hour the past "
son for the job and will also help film during position. treaty.
Orientation Week." and is current president of Phi
Twenty -two -yearold Yost Is
him to bring more to the honor
In the White House
from Mu Alpha Slnfonia a national Washington,
Sarasota and garduated from ,
court han mere legal experience. Conner said he felt the clerk music re-stated u.s. willingness to discuss -
Mantee honorary fraternity.
Junior College in 1961
lie has served as secretary of should give speeches in dormi- all problems affecting rela-
before transferring to the UF. He While here at the UF, Yost has
the Educational Analysis Committee tory areas to inform students of served chairman of the tions between the two countries.The .
has 14 as Legislative
compiled months of -
at the UF and as a Florida the court's duties and activities.He exper- Council's statement called for the exercise -
ience Budget and
as bookkeeping assistant to
Blue Key speaker. He Is a mem- is a 21-year-old Merritt of highest responsibility by
treasurer Paul Hendrick Finance committee and has beena
ber of Phi Delta Phi legal frater- Island native and a veteran of student member of the committee itself all parties to the dispute in this
body president and
nity and Phi Delta Theta social
two years' Army experience He current treasurer John Purcell. for eight months. particular time of difficulty.
fraternity. is a sophomore independent.In .
Yost Is a past traffic court
Muck is a Law Review candidateand

maintains a 3.0 grade averagein the executive branch of Stu-

law school. He will workon dent Government, Conner attended Line-Up' :
the Law Review, a Florida Pres. Reitz's retreat inSeptemberand I Party I JOINS

legal text, next year. was a delegate to the UF-FSU .
Conner, a legislative council Student Leaders Banquet. Vote party ....... ... .......... /.J.. ......

member, called for a better stu- He has served on the Rules .yI.) B.GITS Jlg :t IJ1P' ;

dent understanding of the honor and Calender Committee in the FRATERNITIES SPE ,. :
court in accepting his nomination. legislative branch of SG. SX PiKA "' >::' ;: : ; ,'' : ;;:' ; :;

"The clerk could do a lot moreto Last night's announcements Phi Dolt KA

help students learn what the rounded out V.O.T.E. party's 1964 DTD SORORITIESN .

honor court is," he said. ticket. Chi Phi AXO '>' l tQ.r; JYRi:: :;f. tt>,
ADPI : ,
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Phi Tau DG "E g.t ud Rights-Meeting. ;: \;:

PI Lam DPhlE '. ; .'''.y''-"-.":"''. ; .,. .>\ ''
( from page I ) opponent, one case in court. Fiji KAT ; .
"Because of my military obli- KS KD ; !i
nedy, to pledge to the Student ;
Body that they will remain In office gation as a 2nd Lt., ROTC, and Gator party ,, ;(' i9 ; fe 1

during their entire terms, should the fact that my law scholarship FRATERNITIESATO 0 ; \
expires In december it is unlikely "
be '
they elected. We hope thatif PI
Kap'sAEP1 ': t'
there is any reason why the that I can be here past DX Methbalit Student Center

candidates would be unable to make December; nor, however, is it DU TKE

this pledge, they will withdraw important to the student body. TX SORORITIESTEP
from the slates now while the "At such time, I will have a AOPi '1320 West Univ. Avc.or .
vice-chancellor, a law student,
Gator Party still has an oppor- Lambda Chi DDD (
tunity to select men qualified to adequately trained with over ten Delta Sig SK callFR 64909FLORIDA -
months experience tar more than
fill these
Importantpositions, men Beta ZTA
who can and will remain there until my present opponent. At such SAE Phi Mu

their terms are completed, If they time, he can adequately fill the
are elected." one month remaining in my term;
not the three months Inferred in
Kennedy was asked whether he UNION GALLERY
thought the V.O.T.E. Party chal- the letter.

lenge was a mistake.
"Well, I certainly hope it was "Further, the present chancellor -

i mistake, but I have my doubts."I Herb Blessing, was here only
certainly hope this isn't an one-half of the summer session; PRINT SALESocial
the vice chancellor
indication of the type of campaign Hammer
they plan to wage." Ward, ably and more than ade-

Kennedy said he planned to takea quately acted as chancellor for the

master's degree in business six-week period Herb was absent
-- which Is two weeks longer thanI
administration here at the UF after
graduation in December. would miss since I will be here
the entire summer session and
statement read:
"I actually miss only the month of
am running for the officeof
chancellor solely because I feel January.

there is no other qualified, experienced -
"The only matter of importanceto
candidate available,
me, and particularly to the
graduating later than December.The .
Honor Court,Is that the experienceand
position of chancellor is one
continuity so necessary to this
more than any student
office be maintained, and I pledgeto
government office, requires experience -
the student body that it most
of which I have had
will be."
over two and one-half years, my

Unitarian Universalist Fellowship

;204 f'.N10th Ave. RoomFIRST

11 to 12 Sunday Services 11 to 12 Sunday School FLOOR SOUTHWEST WING

Panel Discussion: Edward Garrett, Glenn Hoffman,

Morris Storer: Optional Postulates for Personal 19 P.M. LAST DAYiii

Reli ions (Continued). .

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Call 6-0548. $25. (A-74-3t-p). from radio 1390. The big soundin the Seminole -- the UF yearbook per cent from student activity fees.
TWO nearly NEW BICYCLES for the University City.J-75-tf-c( ). .-- and one-third of the book is The remainder the budget comes

8' by 35' House TRAILER PLUS sale. Very reasonable. Call finished, Linda Bascomb, man.. from page sales, portrait photo
your choice of 1 acre lot withlakc before 10 a.m. or after 9:30 p.m. Japanese Flower Arrangements aging editor said. graphy and mailing fees,

privileges. Owner will clear land 2-6278. (A-73-tf-c). taught by well-experienced top She said the one-volume book according to Bob Adams, student

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in total price of $3,000. Excellent homesites just 4 miles west of for the first time in Florida from book is $25,450 of which 60 per

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-- Steve Kesterson Associates.FR .
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this And today is the last
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LOOK TO U.L.F. RUANA;: body has a John, we have 2, of sales. for gross margin costs which Include -

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for campus wear Can be seen functional Just entertaining.Dial 5 at the Student Service advertising and promotionfees
DELUXE ELECTRIC stove Westinghouse p.m.
atCamiUes -116 1390. (J-lt-76-c). and Central Business Office
and ordered S.W.
inside the door for
heating units, full size (HUB) Just .
6th 2 blocks from campus. 6- I expenses.Rehearsals
As $80.00 cash. Call
oven. new
1483. (A-71 6t-p). INVESTIGATE ACCIDENTS. Earn $3.In
Ave. Gainesville, Fla. (A-75-3t-p). the past, the Florida Ath-
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20' Cruiser and trailer. Sleeps 17' Cabin Cruiser for Sale -- See needed. Car furnished. books for the athletes on

3. Depth sounder, upholstered at Linda Ann Court 4 mi. Southon Expenses paid. No selling. No scholarship, and it had been

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engines, top lines, anchor, extra own Job location. Investigate full do so again, Coach Ray Graves Begin;

seats, life preserves. Other ac- MICROSCOPE American Optical. time. Or earn$6.44 per hour spare said yesterday.But .

cessories. $2250. FR 2-3357.A- Bifocal, mechanical stage, I time. Write today for free in- the National Collegiate Casting is complete and re-

attached light source. 3 power formation. No obligation,Univer- Athletic Association no longer. hersals have begun for the next

FOR SALE 1963 Admiral Por- lens with oil immersion lens,case. sal, CCA 1, 6801 Hillcrest,Dal- permits such gifts, he said. Florida Players production, The

table stereo. Cost $160; sell $90. $350. 2-0627. (A-76-3t-c). las 5, Texas. (J-75-4t-p). House of Bernarda Alba, by Fed-

Also, s c rib n e r radio music Miss Baskind, 4ED, said the erico Garcia Lorcla. There were

$85; Sell $45. Both ITEMS LIKE staff has cooperated greatly in many people trying out and Director -

NEW. Call FR 6-5590 after 5 p.m. For Rent Services meeting next weeks' deadline and Ron Jerit has put togethera

(A-72-5t-p). expects to send one-third of the very "good" cast.

book to the publisher at that time. Playing the role of Bernarda

NEW HOMES -- 3 BR's BATHS APARTMENT furnished air-con- "The staff hopes this years' Alba Is Jo Ann Schatz, appearingfor
Beautiful wall-to-wall carpeting NESTOR'S -- TV, RADIO, HIFI excellent the first time this Ber-
ditioned. Like a small home book will be public relations year.
equipped lichen, 2 car garage. near campus. Also room in private SERVICE. Tubes checked free. for the university and give narda's five daughters will be Susan -

N.W. area convenient to Univer- home with or without kitchen Free Estimates. Next .to Florida good coverage of the year's Welhberg as Angustlas, Sara

sity. Call 2-3522. Arnold RealtyCo. privileges. Home atmosphere. : Bookstore parking lot. 1627 N.W. events," said Miss Baskind. Nally as Magdalena, Carl Malzoneas

(A-72-5t-c). 6-0410. (B-67-tf-c). 1st- Ave. Phone FR 2-7326. (M- Editor Joe Coudon, 3JM from Amelia, Marty Ferguson as

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MILL ENDS -- HENDERSON'SMILL DOUBLE ROOM for men. Private to the one volume system dela.

STORE, U.S. Hwy. 19 Cry- entrance. Private bath. $25 each. after last year's attempt with a Playing the part of Bernarda's

stal River, Fla -- Only 1 hour Use of refrigerator. 327 N.W.15th Hel Wanted_ 'I three book idea."Financial. mother will be Diane Pelfrey.Bar

15 min. from Univ.Literally TONS Terr. After 3:30p.m.B-73-4t-c). problems, early bara Conrad will be seen as a

OF TOWELS AND MILES OF F A- ___ ._ deadlines, and too much pressureon servant, Mimi Carr as La Poncia,

BRICS. See the lovely colors a- New air cond. furnished and bath the staff make the trimester Elaine Kosky as Prudencia, and ..
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LARS OF FINE QUALITIES.Many living room on main floor. Color- PRESS print shop needs part-time versity of Florida," Coudon and Assisting throughout as various

first quality items also. Our car- ful full size appliances, washing help with some experience in. Miss Baskind said. The Summer peasants and townspeople will be
and department.Also
pet ends are beautiful and about machines In each apartment. Walk camera stripping volume was not published due to Carol Boyd, Louise Rothenberg,

three-fourths off. The finest bedspreads to university. Shown by resident needs linotype operator, financial problems they also re- Alice Dlock, Richard Green,Jerry
one-third off. Tel. 795- make or klugr operator, Central Rhodes and Allen Armstrong with
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Gibson University Inn Motel Mon,
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Georgia, UF Clash Tonight, I

Both Teams 2-1 In SEC PlayBy


STEVE VAUGHN .race. The Gators are in a 2-1 equally effective at guard for
Sports Writer tie for third place with Georgia. Georgia is Jimmy Pitts, a 17.0
The name Billy Rado sounds like Rado, a Junior from Naugatuck, point performer thus far. Pitts,
that of a bad guy straight out of Conn., enters the picture with Impressive also a junior, teams with Rado to
the old west. Actually, Rado Is credentials.He shoots the give the Bulldogs what many observers -
the good guy on the Georgia basket most for the Bulldogs generally consider one of the top
ball team coming here tonight scores the most, now averaging backcourt combinations in the con-
straight from the hills of North 17.1 points per outing. An AU- ference.
Georgia.The SEC pick as a sophomore last Under the boards,Georgia coach
Bulldogs will be In town year, Rado had a 19 point average Harbin (Red) Lawson will startat
for a 8:15 p.m. flash with a Florida and scored 31 points In Georgia's one forward 6-feet sophomore
Gator team that suddenly finds 79-77 upset of Florida In the Jerry Waller, who is averaging
itself squarely In the thick of the season's final game. 14 rebounds per game. The otheris
Southeastern Conference (SEC) Somewhat less publicized, but likely to be 6-feet 3 John Mat-
A r ._"u u.......__ .......".... _.... --
thews, a senior, with 6-feet 7
: < ,., ,;0%. \'<' .',.H. ',.'> : sophomore Mack Crenshaw at

ALLIGATOR center.Georgia was figured to field a
fairly strong offensive club this
season, but has gotten off to a
sluggish 3-6 overall record despiteits
2-1 conference mark. The
I SPORTS : Gators, 7-3, will be ready to go
---- with the SEC's fifth and sixth
UF"BROOKSH RS leading point-makers in Brooks

.lets with onehander Auburn Henderson and Dick Tomllnson,
j fly a long against.
.. Page 8 Friday,January 17,1964 '. who are averaging just over 20

II ,-g. points Early each.conference action has

Sigma Nu Totals 469 Points favorites taken its, toll throwing among the pre-season race for

ATTEND the H*',. Into Its current jumble,
Georgia Tech and Tennessee, both
with unblemished 3-0 family marks
Lead Orange League PlayWith
lead the pack.Vanderbilt. .
3-1 and ranked sixth
the intramural season according to how many games they natonally, is in second, with the
CAMPAIGNFOR a little more than half way over entered and won. Gators and Georgia in their 2-1
Sigma Nu fraternity is leading all Following SN in order with their knot for third. They are followedby
others in Orange League play. point totals are: PDT-468, TEP- fourth ranked kentucky and
SN has compiled 469 points in 461, PKT,455,DTD-450, SAE-418, Louisiana State, both 22.
sports played so far. The point PKA-350, TO-348,BTP-345 Florida faces Alabama, Ken-
system awards 150 points to the 331, SX-322, PLP-310, AEP-2857 tucky, and Tennessee successivelyhere
winner of a major sport and 120 ka-280, SPE-280, and TX-280. beginning Jan.27 in what could
points to the winner of a minor Blue League results will be printed shape up as a makeorbreakseries
d sport. Teams other than the first as soon as they are made avail as far as conferenceshonorsare
place finishers are awarded points able to this department. concerned for the Gators.
4 First, however, there's Georgiato
be contended with tonight.

CHRISTGAINESVILLE Now Available at Rutherford's

A's Finley

University of Florida



To Court

NEW YORK (UPI--Charles O.
JAN. 13-18 e Finley, defiant to the last, said
Thursday night he had "no al-
ternative" but to go Into courtto
find out whether the American -
League could restrain him
from moving his ball club from
Kansas City to Louisville.
The dynamic, whitehairedowner
of the Athletics said he
stated his intentions to the American -
WAYNEPOUCHER League's board of directors
after they rejected his plan to

move from Kansas City to Louisville -
) by 9-1 vote. "They weren't
: i : fazed a bit," Finley said.
":HV : ) Not only was Finley's requestto
1<. !' move vetoed but the league also
voted 9-1 to expel Finley from the
circuit if he did not negotiate a
lease with Kansas City officials
by Feb. 1.
"I don't think the American
NATIONALLY KNOWN MINISTER league can force me to remainin
Hardened to 210 Brinell tempered rating
AND RADIO COMMENTATOR any city unjustifiably. I told
Ask your jeweler why this is important.GAINESVILIE' the directors I lost over a million
Lifeline Broadcast)
(Formerly dollars a million 28 thousandto
be exact -- during the three
years I've been in Kansas City.
i That's cold cash. It didn't faze
: S QUALITY JEWELERS them a bit either." Finley added.

Gjii FSU-UF MeetThe
lOSW.if Univ. Ave. Florida gymnastics teamwill

,'. ,,',j.... host FSU in the Florida Gym
"", ,,.'h.d; Artcarved Je..lot at 2:30: Saturday afternoon. Admission -
is free.
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