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64 Religion-In-Life Week Begins






Classes SuspendedFor



Fry Convention


By JOHN ASKINS

ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR

Religion-In-Life Week, 1964, begins for most students today at
10:55 a.m. with a campus-wide convocation in Florida Gym

Michalson Arzt Holcomb Scott Fry convocation.Classes will be suspended fourth period ((10:55-12:10) for the


Speaker will be the Rev. Dr. Franklin Clark Fry, president of the
Lutheran Churches in America and chairman of the World Councilof

Churches central committee.This .
The Florida Is the 15th annual Rellgion-ln-Llfe Week at UF. The affair

began in 1949, and missed only one year since then.
The week actually began yesterday with an address by Dr. Max
Arzt, vice chancellor of the Jewish theological Seminary of America,
and a reception for him In Bryan Lounge, Florida Union.
Arzt spoke on "The Doctrine of Man in the Bible" at a brunch at
Alligator Hillel Foundation and "Religion Encounters a New Age" at University
Auditorium last nleht.
This is the 15th annual Rell
gion-ln-Llfe Week at UF. The PolioVaccine
Vol.56, No.77 University of FloridaGainesville MondayJanuary 20, 1964SG's affair began In 1949, and missed

only one year since then.
The week actually began yesterday -
with an address by Dr. Max Type II Sabine Oral vaccinefor

Food Report Due Arzt, vice chancellor of the polio Immunization will be
Jewish Theological Seminary of offered to the university student
body tonight through Friday at
America, and a reception for him
the. .
In Bryan Lounge, Florida Union. Infirmary.The
At Arzt spoke on "The Doctrineof polio vaccine will be
Meeting TuesdayBY available each night this week
Man In the Bible" at a brunchat
Hillel Foundation and "Reli between 6 and 9 p.m. free of
charge although small contri-
gion Encounters a New Age" at
JIM CASTELLOStaff noon. quality, quantity, price, selection University Auditorium last night. butions are requested.This .
Writer Byron Groves, 3AS, head of the and other aspects of eating In Most of the principal events of Is the third and final of
committee which compared Food Gainesville restaurants and the UF the week will be speeches by six the current Sabine Oral vaccine
Results of a Student Government Service with local eating estab- Food Service is the result of more well-known series offered to UF studentsby
theologians and phi-
SG comparing the lishments said he will meet with the I and
( ) query than a month's work.' .osophers from universities and Infirmary. Type
U F Food Se rvice with G alnesville's G. H. Welborn, head of Food Ser- "We believe we have found some seminaries across the country. Type III were available last
food facilities will be vice Elmore assistant UF trimester and the student
public released W.E. definite comparisons, Groves Top "non-speaker" events Include response -
In a meeting of adminis- business manager and Lester L. pointed out yesterday, "And Food dormitory discussion groups was reported good.

tration, student and Food Service Hale, Dean of Student Affairs. Service has expressed the desireto each night at 10 o'clock, a clari The UF Circle K Club,whose
representatives tomorrow after- The committee's report on cooperate with us In working members have assisted the Infirmary -
net-piano faculty concert at Uni-
constructively" In handling this polio
versity Auditorium Wednesday at
"The committee found the series Issued the following
,
BY ELECTION BOARD 8:15 p.m., and play,"The Peoplevs.
variance in quantity Is not really Socrates," by Dr. Didier statement:
enough to get a sound difference," Graeffe, Friday In University "Sabine Oral vaccine Is givenon
GatorPartyFined Groves said. Auditorium at 815. sugar cubes which are eaten
"We found the price of mealsat Purpose of Religion in-Life by the person receiving the polio
Food Service is about a nickel Week Immunization. The Sabine vac-
according faculty advisorDr.
A weekend meeting of the UF's election board resulted in the Gator less per meal over the length of Austin B. Creel, is "to stimulate cine Is considered much
Party being found guilty of two charges concerning the Illegal distribution the entire trimester," Groves relevant discussion of the superior to the orglnal polio
of election campaign materials. Another charge was dismissed noted, "But this Is only for each Issues of religion in contemporary "shots" In giving longer
bpcause of insufficient evidence. whole meal purchased over a life" protection, and all students are

Gator Party Chairman Bob Wilson said he would press for re-opening period of time that makes the Theme of the week Is "A World urged to take the time to pick

of the decision which resulted in his party being fined $10 for the Illegal difference."At Come of Age," a phrase taken up one of the vaccinated sugar
posting of campaign "poop" in the this meeting Tuesday after from the works of Dietrich Bon- cubes, If they have not already
engineering building.Two noon, we will present our findingsand taken the Type II vaccine.
freshman, Mike Smith and Gator PicksCheeseman hope to work constructivelyto (See RELIGION, Page 8))

Bob Christiansen, both residentsof come up with a plan that will -
Hume Hall, were found guiltyof cut the food expense for UF stu-
violating election laws Inputting dents drastically," Groves said.

campaign material in mail boxesat

that residence hall. The Gator Gator Party officials have filled Panama Maps
Party was a co-defendent in this the last position on their top Mve

case, but no fines or other punish- slate with the announcement of Next MovePANAMA 4r
, ment were levied against either Steve Cheeseman as the party's
Smith, Christiansen or the party. candidate for Clerk of the Honor
CITY (UPI) -- Pres-
Board members said they felt Court.
that because of what board chair- "I've become extremely impressed ident Robert Chlari's government
man Paul Hendrick, student body with the operation of the mapped its next move yesterdayin
president, labeled the "immature Honor System," said Cheesemanwho the Panama Canal Zone crisis,
stages of the campaign" during has served as a juror. "I'd weighing three courses of emer-
which the violation occurred, no like nothing more than the chanceto gency diplomatic action to end the
fine would be proper. serve the student body as clerk deadlock with the United States.
Wilson based his defense in this because the court can touch the Informed sources said the
life of student government was trying to decide
case on the plea that since election every -
and should whether to take the dispute backto
rules were not distributed to
under the controlof the United Nations or the Organi-
officials of either party until some-
time after the date of the a competent adadmlnistration. zation of American States(OAS)or
L
to call %: :
an emergency meeting of
Infraction -- the night of Jan.12-- r
he had nothing to use as an official Cheeseman's v hemisphere foreign ministers. ..4
guide line in directing his workers. opponent in the With U.S. Panama relations
forthcoming Student 1 severed above the consular level
John Hume, Gator Party's Hume R
Hall coordinator represented Government and no apparent way out of the

Christiansen at the hearing, and elections will be diplomatic deadlock in sight, one
told board members he had no Jim Cooner_ of. the of the American Canal Zone youths
knowledge of campaign rules the V.O.T.L.; party. Cheeseman who helped lead the Jan. 9 flag-

night Christiansen and Smith came Nineteen-year -old Cheesemanis raising incident left for the United
States.
to his room asking if they might from Leesburg and is currentlya
help with the distribution of"poop" sophomore majoring in industrial
Cooner'sThe
sheets. engineering. Following graduationhe
"Both Individuals were fresh- plans to enroll in law school. Name
men and had no knowledge of Commenting on Cheesman's addition -
V.O.T.E. Party's candidatefor
election laws governing this to the party slate, Gator
Clerk of the Honor Courtis -=-
campaign' Hume said. Party Chairman Bob Wilson said,
Jim Cooner
not Jim
Secretary of the Interior Bill "We feel Steve's dedication to student Conner. CARLOS MONTOYA

DeGrove agreed that at the time services through his past In Friday's Alligator, his held UF audiences spellbound for two shows here

of the infraction election laws had activities makes it obvious he name was incorrectly spelledas Saturday in the University Auditorium with his mastery of
should be able to administer the
(See ELECTION, Page 3)) duties of this post" "Conner." the flamenco guitar. (Photo by Phil Krug)



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g Study GroupScheduled









A committee of UF faculty members in asking questions or devising
to study the impact of the pertinent questions," said Doty.
trimester system on all phases of Gathering factual informationfor
the educational effort here will the study will present no pro-
meet this week according to Chairman blems, but difficulties might arisein ; ;is
Franklin Doty. The meetingIs getting personal reaction and
scheduled for Wednesday In the weighing them properly Doty felt.
office of president Wayne Reitz. The Intel-institutional Com- s
The committee, composed of mittee on Trimester Operations
Chairman Doty and eight other will meet in Tallahassee in
faculty members, Is trying to February. pean Robert Mautz,
"discover objective data on UN Interinstitutional Committee

grades, student loads, dropouts, member, and Chairman Doty of the
acceleration and the like." university committee will presentthe '
The meeting will bring together findings of the UF committee.The '
questlonalres and other forms of Board of Control is now
information. The committee ques- seeking funds from national

\....s students, faculty and foundations to implement study

administrators.The once the design is completed. d .
committee Is making an instrument III> or design for the studyof A
the trimester system. SpeakersRecruit

"The committee Is not chargedwith

making a study ofthetrimester _...., ..v"0 "-
system itself, but with .K>W to ,
PARTY CANDIDATES
study the trimester system," said
Chairman Doty. Are shown registering with Mrs. Jan Knight for the coming Feb. 6, Student
for Florida
Applications Blue
responce The nmmittee to a decision was created of the in Key Speakers Bureau are now Government election. Left to right are presidential hopeful Ken Kennedy, vice

Board of Control to examine the available in Florida Union Room presidential candidate Dick Gober, and David Yost, Gator Party nominee for treas-
trimester system in each of the 314 Monday through Friday from
1 to 5 p.m., assistant Speakers
institutions where it is used.
Each group participating in the Bureau Chairman Ed Abbott announced urer.No

study is responsible for one por- yesterday.The is that Traffic Changes StatedBy
tion of the entire effort. TheUF's only qualification
the applicant has the ability to
committee is responsible for :
The effects on students of speak, or to learn how to speak, AGNES FOWLES case to Dr.Wright at the Infirmary.He obey rules, Wirtala said.
trimester and semester calendar before a group, Abbot said. The Staff Writer then clears this excuse with Committee members include:
operations, enrollment and atten- selection board, composed of Wirtala. chairman Don Wilcox, secretary
faculty and Blue The UF traffic committee recently -
Key representatives
dance patterns, achievement, Routine business concerning the Wirtala, Colonel Sharrard, pro-
will conduct Inter decided to make no changesin
morale, and motivation patterns, personal revocation of permits is also con- fessors George Simms and George
views. It Is new regulations because "the
and educational financing.The primarily watchingfor ducted by the committee.Students Freeman, police Chief Shuler, and
interest, he said. new plan Is working very well as
effects on general uni- may lose driving privileges for Graham Area coordinator Bill
The purpose of Speakers Bureau it is," according to Dr. Arnold
versity organization and admin- as long as a year if they d.1s- Bryan.
is to Inform voters on the importance Wirtala, committee secretary.The .
istration of trimester and
of UF to the state. "We decision was based on the

semester ganizational calendaroperatlonsor-changes in structureand want to show voters how UF fits fact that the campus Is far less Leg Council;' To Get

function, Institutional in economically, politically, and congested, is quieter, and safer.
socially," Abbott said., To con- There have been virtually no com-
financing and plant utilization,
vince voters UF needs funds for plaints, Wlrtala said.
non-academic ctltutlonal communications.Doty staff and Intra-In-. expansion is the main objective. "Most of the students we have Voluntary ROTC PlanA
Speakers Bureau limits talks to encountered favor the new plan,"
emphasized that the Boardof
the Kiwanis, Civitan, Rotary, and he said.
Control is entering this study Lions civic groups. Medical exceptions to the rules Student Government (SG)pro- ROTC program as a part of aland
with an open mind. are to be reviewed by the committee posal for voluntary ROTC at the UF grant contract signed with the
"The faculty has an open hand I and Dr. Sam Wright, Student will be presented to the Legislative Board of Control and what is now
I IA
I Frosh Meet | Health Center director. Under the Council tomorrow night. According the Defense Department years ago,
Social Set new plan of to SG J.Reitz.
priority parking space Secretary of Men's said UF President Wayne
special Freshman Council location will be given to those cases Affairs Byron Groves, the mea- "The position we take on this
Jennings Hall will be the site meeting is to be held tonight In deemed most valid by Dr. Wright.A sure will not be passed because issue Is pending on the passage of
of a social this Wednesday for Room 324 of the Florida Unionat student who wishes to obtain UF administration "doesn't wantit. legislature concerning ROTC now
seniors and graduate men. Timeis 7:30. permission to drive on campus for ." before Congress," he said. This
8 p.m. Refreshments will be All council members are urgedto medical reasons must present his The U F is bound to voluntary is the first legislation effecting
served. attend. ROTC since 1940.
At the time of its passage, the
entire ROTC program will be eval
Those who know : According to
say uated and studied.
SALE TIMEMEN Reitz, the bill, which was sup-
posed to have been past last year,
"Pipes Are The Answer"And is due for consideration sometimethis

month.Limif.


SeenThe

.
\ Sport Coats Blazers Sweaters increase of women studentsat

1 the UF may be limited, accord-

Shirts Winter Jackets ing to Marna V. Brady, dean of
women.
The UF hasn't the personnel or
." Convoy Coats space to handle the Increase.
Housing is the limiting factor,
'
',,: :;< COEDSSlacks she On-campus said. housing has reacheda

"plateau of leveling off period"
I '"
:)", .. with no new plant facilities
Sweaters Dresses
expected in the "Immediatefuture

those who know pipes say "It's ," Fred E. King, assistant

Suits Skirts MIKE 'S for the most director: of housing said.
complete selection King said there would be no

20% (TWENTY PERCENT) 20% OFF I II111 I of foreign and domestic pipes new on-campus space for either
and tobaccos available. men or women in the next threeto
four years. This means more
students will have to seek space
MIKE'STOBACCO through off-campus housing.
IRpuntree Figures released by Thomas A.

Graham Jr., assistant registrar,
& BOOKSTORES.E. show a total of 4,423 women attended -
UF last trimester. DurIng -
1227 West University 1st St. &. 2nd Ave. the fall semester of 1953,

2,380 women attended UF.



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I. "fit.ltl !IIIII MondayJanuary 20,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3

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areas of the UP campus newspaper racks for the Times-
hardest hit by newspaper theft Union at the health center,Florida
I are the girls dorms and the main Room, and a home-delivery routein
cafeteria. Flavet III, stated he lost a

T I According to Florida Times- maximum of 30 papers a week.
Union Circulation Manager Harry The newspaper machines are
: L. Cribbs, about 300 times-Union most frequently cheated by people

newspapers per week are stolenor who Insert a coin, open the
unaccounted for on the UP machine and take as many papersas
rut campus. This amounts to about desired, according to Crews.

five per cent of the Times-Union "And sometimes a fairly strong
campus circulation. person can Just yank the door of
one of these machines open and
? "Our loss due to theft has been help themselves," Crews said.
down since the installation of coin
No available
figures were on
operated newspaper vending newspaper theft from two other
machines," Cribbs said. "Before, campus-circulated papers, the
when we used the old honor rack Gainesville Sun and Tampa

.m..... .:.L..; A1. .....-I4' .L __.. .. system, loses were much Tribune.
V.O.T.E. PARTY LOWER SLATE CANDIDATES greater."
Earl J. Simmons, distributorfor
.gathered yesterday to listen to Lower Slate Coordinator Al DeBernardo. the St. Petersburg Times, Leave Your Car For

(Photo by Jim Nichols) said losses through theft amountedto Service

20 per cent of the Times cam-
While Attending

Pres. Reitz To Speak At Meet per pus week.circulation about 300 papers Classes


Again, the girls dorms and main KUYKENDALL'SPURE
UP President Dr.J.Wayne Reitz conference Jan. 22 in Clearwater. elect of the American Alumni
cafeteria mark the areas of
will speak to a meeting of college Council. OIL
greatest theft."Broward .
alumni association workers from UP is host for the conferenceand
nine southeastern states at the UF's Director of Alumni Affairs UP students will produce a Hall in particular is Service Station
opening session of their district Bill A. Fleming, Is con- musical variety show for the dele- one of the worst for stealing news 22 N.W. 13th Street
"
ference chairman. Joel B.Sarver gates on Jan. 22. Earlier in the papers, Simmons said. Cracked Eggi 3 doz S1.10 1
of Auburn University is chairmanof day the Clearwater Alumni Club Donald P. Crews, who operates

I ElectionContinued I the district which is a part will sponsor a reception honoring r I
of the American Alumni Council delegates attending their first con-
ference.On .
( From Page 1)) Delegates to the meeting repre-
sent educational institutions in Thursday night the Tampa CASH !
not been distributed."We //
didn't think we had done Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alumni Club will sponsor a tripto
North Carolina, Mississippi, Ala- the Jal Lai Fronton in Tampafor
: anything wrong or Illegal, Smith
bama, Georgia, South Carolina and the delegates.
said.
p
Florida.
_ At one point during the hearing
James Y. Wilson of Lake
City Marion FinanceFR
, Honor Court Chancellor Herb
Other speakers include Homer and William Conway of Ormond
I Blessing asked Wilson,"Were you
Hooks, general manager of the Beach, president and president
aware that laws had been pub-
l
Florida Citrus Commission and a elect of the UP Alumni Associa-
lished?
- "No," was Wilson's reply. "I past president of the UF Alumni tion respectively, will take partin 6-5333 Loans up to $600 222 W. Univ. Ave.
Association, and Beatrice Fieldof the meeting which runs
believe the burden of distributingthe
Tulane University, president Jan. 2224.
laws lies with the Secretaryof
.
Interior (DeGrove) and not the
chairman of the individual party."
Wilson said he had made every
attempt "as evidenced of good

faith" to have the material removed -
after being Informed of CAMPUS

its presence the nifut of Jan. 17. CONTROL I QMCORPORATION "
"Within a half hour I had fra-

ternity pledge classes out there. INTERVIEWS .
They took down every thing but four 'r '
or five pieces."

The unanimous 4-0 vote againstthe .
JANUARY 24CheckOut
party came as the board
decided that the violation had been
committed after the distributionof
campaign rules and that in this

case no names of individuals were
available.In ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS Engineering
another case the Gator Partywas Customer EngineeringProduction

found not guilty of holdingan MECHANICAL ENGINEERS EngineeringControl
illegal rally in the Droward Daa's career Quality Assurance
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that rules applicable in this
instance were in conflict. ProgrammingTechnical
Members of the board are PHYSICISTS Sales

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Page 4 The Florida Alligator Monday, January 20, 1964

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Digging A New FenceThe Al

Lt&E1
rumor is out that America Is about to build a spite fence.
The recent (and yet unsettled) crisis over the Panama Canal stirreda /7
rash of proposals for a second crossing in a more settled country.Sen. w
Mike Mansfield (D-Mon.) came out last week in favor of a canal '
through Mexico, and Gov. Nelson Rockefeller has mentioned in his 'b\ c;*

campaign Honduras.speeches the feasibility of a canal through either Mexicoor .

Some of the arguments, Including the following, sound rather imposing -
at first glance.)The present canal is approaching obsolescence
because of its Inability to accommodate the new, larger transport
vessels and aircraft carriers, (2) a new canal(in Mexico), being nearer SATE
sea level would be less vulnerable to sabotage, and (3) the additional S
cpapcity plus more realistic toll rates would Improve measurablythe IP
$5 million operating profit now being realized on the Panama Canal. RECE fA
Our argument would be that we do not operate the canal for the purposeof Gs
showing high profit, nor has sabotage played a large part in the
history of the present canal; so the first of the above seems to be the
only argument with any imposing weight of validity.The .

this American size spurred government by the should fact that not, stampede since we have into an not undertakingof learned to BEAT IT KID! Y* BoTtlER i\1E !-"

live with the people of Panama, we should shift our waterway's residence -
to another locality that, at the moment seems more inviting.
Thus, we should strive to reconcile our difficulties in Panama before LETTERS:
attacking the problem of an additional canal. And even then we should
look with a jaundiced eye at any plan which does not give us OWNERSHIPas
well as control of the land which bounds the canal. Group Invaded' OcalaEDITOR
This does not preclude the possibility of using the threat of new
diggings elsewhere as a lever to swing the Panamanians into a better
bargaining mood --- which when one thinks about it, is probably what : ties in Ocala did not accomplishany not picketed, and have not been,
all the shouting is about anyway. A plea for donations to finance goal such as the obscure term but the fact stands that more Negroes -

>_wEDITOR'S those who would work against pri- "equal rights", nor did it propose are employed downtown than
DESK vate enterprise was presented in any expose or correction of abuseson in such centers.
the January 9 issue of the Alli signs presented. This purpose- What effect then did this demonstration -
gator. Students and other membersof less demonstration did not distinguish bring forth? It should
Gym Debate In Offing? the college community were told between Integrated and segregated beN noted the demonstration against

'-' that the persons arrested In Ocala establishments but pick- property, as this in reality was,
By WALKER LUNDY bated then before 100 people,which ". while picketing for equal eted all alike. In fact the whole endangers our free enterprise system -
EditorA were party workers whose vote rights of all citizens" should be downtown area was Indiscrimi- when bad repute is connected
had been decided long before.We financially supported In their lit- nately picketed. Some stores that with businesses who are innocentof
plan to have the two Student think this sort of "debate"is igation proceedings by popular were employing Negroes were unfair dealings. .It would be
Government (SG) presidential can- ridiculous.It donations.The picketed as were stores that served wrong not to say that merchants
didates speak at halftime of the is doubtful will be repeatedthis role played by the par- food to Negroes. Stores located in like everyone else at time find
Florida Kentucky basketball time, however,since both candidates ticipants in the picketing activi Ocala's two shopping centers were themselves unconsciously treating
game here Feb. lis in the works, have gone on record as people differently rich and poor,
and, personally, we feel It's an opposing such awastefultime-con- black and white. In the last eval-
excellent idea. suming activity.But A Sovereign NationEDITOR uation of this demonstration it was
There is only one drawback to the basketball game idea carried on to hurt the businessof
the proposal and the advantages could be a good thing. the stores in downtown Ocala,
easily outweigh the lone bad point. sr : generally blamed on communist- beyond this underlying purpose all
The game will be before packed The two prexy hopefuls spoke infiltrated elements. Butthe truthof else was devoid of purpose.
house, including at least 5,000 stu- briefly at The Alligator's staff After reading the letter pub- the matter is that more careful The University group that invaded -
dents. At no other time before meeting Friday afternoon, neither lished In the ALLIGATOR (issue analysis of the various situations Ocala had among its parti-
the election Feb. 6 will there be saying very much but both makingthe of January 15, 1964)) about a stu- would show that many times we cipants men who are paid by taxes
near that many students In one age-old promise of a clean dent's opinion on the Panama ourselves are to blame.A collected from the shops they triedto
place at one time. campaign. situation, I couldn't help but write influence people not to trade

' Of course, the obvious criticism Frank Harshaw, V.O.T.E.'s this letter and raise my voice in good example of a reason with--thus destroy.Not only shoulda

'..1 of the idea is that halftime of a flag-carrier for the No. 1 spot, disagreement.The why the Panamanian situation has public employee in a capitalist
I basketball game is NOT the place said his party would stress quali- United States has been having worsened in the past few years is country be fired if he seeks to
I for political speeche. We think, fications in the campaign and Ken continuous diplomatic failuresin that very letter which you pub- destroy private property without
perhaps, the time will be well Kennedy, Harshaw's Gator Party Latin America which are lished. Here was an American Just reason, but surely a citizen
spent if the respective candidatesuse opponent, promised' a hard, student living in the Canal Zone would not support by contribution
the time for a hard-hitting, dynamic but clean campaign. Also GuiltyEDITOR commenting upon his neighbors of those who purposely hurt othersin
concise presentation of their plat- Harshaw said the way to deal seventeen years as "hoodlums, such a senseless act.
forms and just exactly what they most effectively with the athletic blackmailers," etc., and describ- R. Cates Jr, 3ED
plan to do, instead of giving the department was through Pres. J. : ing the sovereign nation where Ocala, Fla.
traditional 1, lackluster SG Wayne Reitz and Kennedy echoed the canal Is located
as a "pip-
speeches that really don't his agreement. In looking at some of my old
say any- squeak country" which should not
thing. Both assured their listeners that newspaper' clippings, I came be heard or respected because of Back RowEDITOR
The decision will be up to the THEY would conduct nothing buta across the following by George its "mouse-size"
importance.How .
athletic department initially, and lily-white campaign but hinted Washington: "A man who can be
then the two that confortable in the presence of a :
political parties. perhaps,something other than
read DonFederman's
If the parties offer, instead, a above-board cleanliness might be grievous wrong is to a great extent can we ever hope to pre- Belatedly, I have Just
debate such as was held last year expected from "the other side." guilty of that wrong." serve our friendship with another review of the current
hit
boffo smash cinematic movie
in the University Auditorium, we Time will tell, we suppose. It supposedly sovereign nation; or at the
will laugh. The two No. l's de- did last year. The fact that six Innocent child expect its support;; or win its respect now entering Its 2nd week We
ren were murdered in in Gainesville Drive-In Theatre.
Birmingham or general make
any
The the fact that even the life gress toward democracy and drive pro- cried honestly-sincerely .
Florida AlligatorServed of a President is not safe, the the evils of communism from this we cried all the way to the bank.
fact that In Fox c r 0 ft, Pennsyl- continent if we continue to express We don't mind his not liking the
by United Press International l movie "Move Over Darling"(even
vania, 4 reign of terror was ourselves in such Insolent ,
though I have been stopped on the
instituted to prevent a memberof language?
Editor ........................... ...... ..... .......Walker Lundy the human race, just becausehis street several times this week to
Managing Editor .............................. .......Bill Fuller skin is black, from living be told: "Gee! That was a won-
Assistant Managing Editor ................. ...........JohnAskins where he has every right to, the If the majority of American derful picture so funny.),
Editorial Editor ........................ ...... ....Wayne,Norfleet fact that millions of people are students in Panama share the but feel that he is actually "agin"
Sports Editor ............................... ....Dave Berkowltz unemployed, certainly should be attitudes of the student whose James Garner. He has belittled
Wire Editor .............. ............... ... ....... Bob Thomas proof enough that the present letter you published, I can clearly him in Thrill of It All",Wheeler
Feature Editor ....... .. ... .. ..... .... ...... ...Cyn lla Tunstall system of society is decaying to see future trouble with that country Dealers" and now,"Darling.' ? Box
Campus Living Editor .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .Judy Lynn Prince such an extent that Is bound to in spite of any agreements the two office-wise (that's the public,Don)
Editorial Assistants..John Hancock, Ernie LJtz, Glenn Laney, make thinking people realize that governments may now reach. Perhaps all three have done superbly and
Gall Sobering, Nancy Zimmet, Alan Campbell, Betty Wendt, and to hold on to such an irrational the Panamanian students ol1 J.G. Is about the hottest star
Betsy Garrison. acted more violently than was
system does NOT make sense. today.
Reporters.... Mike Power, Jim Castello, Phil Hevener, Joel Gaston, necessary, but arrogance and vio- All this Is okay until he attacks
Douglas Molitor, Donita Mathison, Sally Stock, Kathie Martin, Carol lence on our part will certainly the talent of lovely Doris Day.
That the
and
men of the
Nobis, Ann Carter, Joe Kollln, Pam Pulley, Agnes Fowles, Ronald SOCIALIST LABOR women not make up for their poor JUdge- This is too much and must be de-
Meserve, Bob DeLoacb, Fran Snider, Fred Lane, Kathrine Duda, NOT their time PARTY are ment. We cannot continue to use fended. I would ask Don how she
wasting and
Jean Fagot, Judy Teich, Evan Engle, George Mlms, Phil Geyer, is being proved by the fact energy that the big stick in "helping" our has been selected top female box
Steve Vaughn, Don Federman, Becky Quinn, Larry Zimmerman, support for the SOCIALIST LABOR southern neighbors make their office champion for four straight I
Jackie Cornelius, Pat Hogan, Charner Powell, Patti Pit, Gary PARTY is foreign policies. We must realize years. If he doesn't know the answer I
Williams, Don Davis, Terry Rogers, and Sue Haugsted.THE vote in Increasing the recent, as Mayoralty witnessthe once and for all that people of I suggest, perhaps, that he

FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official student newspaper of election in Philadelphia where the these nations are the ONLY has spent too much time in the back !
the University of Florida and is published five times weekly except SLP vote went up substantially. sovereign within disposers of their destinies row of a local indoor theatre I

during the months of May, June, and July, when a weekly issue is pub- boundaries. their national munching on hot pickled pepperoni.
lished. TIlE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is entered as second class matterat Nathan Pressman Otis RayManager

the United State Post Office at Gainesville, Fla. ._ (Member of the SLP).
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Planes ProtestedTOKYO Red DefectsTEL force planes as Israeli planes invited ailing Indian Premier Cubans Shoot 3

came to his rescue within Israeli Jawaharlal Nehru to come to
HAVANA (UPI) -- Radio Ha-
(UPI) -- A crowd of AVIV, Isreal (UPI) -_ territory and gave him the Soviet Union to rest and vana said yesterday Cuban militiamen -

about 6,000 persons held a rally An Egyptian major flew a So- cover until he reached "one of recuperate, the government announced killed one man and
the Yokota Air Base viet-built our bases."
outside Yak-11 training planeto yesterday.The wounded two others when they
yesterday to protest the assign- an Israeli airbase yester-'
announcement gave no tried to escape the Caribbean
ment of U.S. F105 Jet fighter day and asked for asylum, It details of the invitation or of Island In a motor launch bound
planes on Japanese soil. The was officially announced. Nehru InvitedNEW India's reaction but said the for the United States.

rally was sponsored by the Israeli authorities said Maj. offer was transmitted throughthe The radio said the incident

Socialist party and the demonstration Mahmud hum Abass Hum was DELHI (UPI) -- Soviet Indian ambassador in occurred on the northern coast

was orderly. being pursued by Egyptian air Premier Nikita Khrushchev has Moscow. of Plnar del Rio Province.




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BY lie Mural Editor I I ,

apacked house in FloridamtheUF
er.N Before gymnastics team (UPI) Those Kentucky and Georgia Tech at
Georgia Tech basketball playerscan't Lexington.
first match of the MnndayJanuary 20,1964
opped its _Page ? seem to adjust themselvesto Cotton Nash played like a true

ason Saturday.to Florida State University57 fllr: .: __ _= = ==: :.. .' _".. ,,, :II the rigors of the road,but home all America candidate against
as cooking has them on top in the Tennessee. The Kentucky ace

he -........ Southeastern; Conference. scored 23 points and harassed the
ial I Individual leader for the Georgia Tech moved into the Vols with his ball-stealing tactics.

IEI minoles was John Culbertson, w league's No. 1 spot Saturday night The Wildcats used a zone defenseat
when the 4th ranked Kentucky home for the first time in 33
candidate for the 1964 United
I' Olympic Gymnastics team. Wildcats knocked off the pre- years against the defensive minded
ales TennesseeVols Vols who led A.W. Davis
by
viously co-leading were
in six eventsd
} took first place
e second in another. :'. 66-57, at Lexington, Ky. with 20 points.
Sop A few miles away, at Louisville NASH'S CONFERENCE SCORING -

/" Ky., Georgia Tech was tak- lead Shrunk a bit Saturday

1ol olm UF coach Joseph Regna, a ing a 63-59 beating. Out, for- night. His average is now 27.4
ember of the College Physical tunately for the Engineers and and Kessinger has climbed to 24.5

ducation staff, called it a good their conference lead, the victor -less than three-points away.Dick
J.r fort even in defeat. Louisville Cardinals are not in Malle (22.1) of Louisiana State and
the SEC. Ted Deeken (20.8)) of Kentucky,
TECH, AT 3-0, is the only SEC who had 12 points against Ten-
n "Consider that when we came 'srr's team unbeaten within the confer- nessee, are the only other SEC
back to school we lost three days ence, but those victories have all players now above the 20 points
due to the Hootenanny and the been at home. There's a three- per game mark.
[basketball game, we did all right," way tie for second place between Georgia Tech had a nine-point
0k 0l Regna said. That week we had Tennessee; 6th ranked Vander- 38-29 halftime lead over Louis-

lone day's practice for the Citadel bilt, which was idle this weekend; ville, mainly on a 15-point first
1 [before meeting them. (The Gato. 3 and-surprlse-Georgia, which upset half performance by junior lion
|won that one.) Florida 59-57 Friday night. Scharf. But Scharf got only two
All three are now 31. points in the second half and Tech

Vanderbilt, 13-1 over-all, and scored only three points In one
"We only Lad this weektoprac- '' Kentucky, 13-2 over-all but only nine-minute span to enable the
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tice and they're always ,
for FSU, \ < 3-2 in the conference, are favoredto Cardinals to forge ahead.
tough. There's hO doubt they are fight it out for the SEC Mississippi had a 10 point
[first class competition. I'm glad i m championship. The edge at this halftime lead over MississippiState

I [there was a good turnout becausethey're point belongs to Vanderbilt since which has now lost 10 of
l. '
[ the best team 'III
probably wt I the Commodores have one less its first 15 games, but needed a
I we'll face at home all year," I .; *
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CLEARING THE BOARDS elite is not expected to last. The victory. Ron Davidson scored 21

for the Gators the tussle Bulldogs, who haven't had a win- points for the Rebels.
"I'm real pleased with the during Friday night with
ning season since 1951, are only ALABAMA WENT MOST of the
I effort," Regna continued, "These Georgia is UF center Mont Highley ((40)) Georgia'sMike 4-7 over all and lost to way with its previous top scorer,
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I boys The put Gators in a tremendous 1-1 effort. Taylor ((54)) is doing his best to take the basket independent Florida State 64-63 James Booth, out with a shoulder
are now FSU
Saturday night.IN separation. Booth had hit three
| 20.( ball from Highley.eorgia's straight field goals before being
0 T H E ti SOUTHEASTERN
sidelined early in the game. Bob
Conference action Saturday night,
Andrews led the Crimson Tide in

Rado Bombs UF performance Mississippi parlayed by sharp shooting scoring with 23 points and took
the lead. Auburn had
Donnie Kessinger into a 77 75 over which
been rated an SEC darkhorse ear
victory over long-time defending
lier, was behind by 21 points mld- '
champion Mississippi State and
Hopes Tumble,5957By Alabama hit nearly 60 per cent was through the second half.
age of its shots to beat the fading This week's schedule:

Auburn Tigers 8672. Tuesday Georgia at Geor-
gia Tech and Ft. Knox at Ten-
DAVE BERKOWITZ eleven outings, put the UF's South- the one shot play. Florida's defense This coming week will be devoted nessee.

Sports Editor eastern Conference mark at 2-2 tried to keep the Bulldogs mainly to mid-term Thursday Florida at Florida
and practically dropped the Gators outside and run out the clock before examinations. There are only State.
Thirty-nine minutes and fifty- from contention for the conference Georgia had a chance at the seven games during the entire Saturday Georgia Tech at
five seconds of basketball didn't basket. With five seconds left Rado week and four of those will be Kentucky, Auburn at Georgia, Mississippi -
mean a thing Friday night when a title.Rado didn't make much of an let go and it was over. next Saturday. Headliner for the State at Memphis State
30-foot jump shot by Georgia's impression on the Scoreboard week will be the televised and Tennessee vs.Duke Greens

Billy Rado with five seconds left through most of the evening,hitting Saturday afternoon clash between boro N.C.
in the ball before loose Jerry Waller of Georgia led the
game gave the Bull- only 3 of 15, letting
dogs a 59-57 win over the host with the bomb. game scoring with 16 points.

Florida Gators before 7,000 With about a minute and 30 seconds Florida scoring was paced by Old Pros Take On
stunned fans. remaining Georgia picked offa Richard Peek with 14 and Tom

The loss,' Florida's fourth in missed Gator shot and set up for Baxley with 13. Baxley's 11-point
second half kept the UF In the UF Freshmen SquadBy

"" ball game.

jI: 1! GLENN LANEY

Georgia jumped off to a quick Assistant Sports Editor
lead and with 10 minutes remainingin
the first half led 1912. Florida The College All Stars wen' down to their second straight defeat
came right back to get a 7-polnt Friday night at the hands of the UF freshman basketball team 10460.

<. lead only to lose it and trail at The College All Stars?
z t A uA1NO.ryrP, half time by one point 3332. Who are they?
s, r rz
73 9'' Well..they really aren't quite All Stars. They're a collection
of former UF varsity performers and some physical education teacherswho
In the second half the Bulldogs
have banded together at the request of head basketball coach
grabbed a slim lead and held on
Norm Sloan.
until with about three minutes to
The freshman team needed some one to play. They hadn't filled
go the Gators caught up.
their schedule with other freshman teams, or junior colleges, so '
Sloan asked the All-Stars to play against the freshman.

Many of them such as Nell Cody and George Jung are finishing up
in graduate school and don't have time to
practice. They just put
a y The game was marked by floor
mistakes and cold shooting. Although on a uniform and go after their opponents. Their opponent both times
this year have been the freshman.The .
the UF outrebounded
Georgia 52-37, several poor first game was a lot closer than Friday night's. The freshmanwon
passes relinquished the ball to the by only three points, 7974. However FridaY night, due to Injuries,
Bulldogs. Buddy Bales and a few others were not able to make it* The "old men"
only had seven people there. The game was close for most of the first
half, but then conditioning started to tell and the Baby Gators beganto

Florida returns to action Thurs run away with the game. The run and shoot game of the freshmantook
day night in Tallahassee against its toll in the second half.

Florida State in the Gators last Jung, who graduated three years ago said at half time, "If we old
non-conference encounter of the men can keep up with them we might be able to beat them." They "

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season. Next week the UF beginsa didn't keep up.
EVERYONE GETS INTO THE ACT ten-game string of SEC oppo- In the first half a little rough stuff started. One of the Baby Gators
fans nents. The first game Is against gave Cody quite a whirl around the court. Cody explained, "We ire
before the UF-Georgia game as the Gator go Alabama on Monday with Kentucky pretty rusty and we committed some real bad fouls. I probably lilt

through their own pre-game warmup. scheduled for Saturday. him first although I didn't mean it."



8 The Florida Alligator Monday, January 20,1964Reliaion




Week Kicks Off




(Continued From Page 1) again into the air of intellectual theology, contemporary litera- independence from God?

hoeffer, a Christian theologian who discussion with the world,and risk ture, the theater, ethics -- and "In our discussion of this themeof
died in German concentration shocking people if we are to cut consider Just whether the world "a world come of age," we are s

camps during World War II. any ice," he wrote.In has, in fact, come of age, and, if not looking for clear-cut answers.
It was Bonhoeffer's convictionthat not, whether it really ever can. Perhaps our questions do not have
man would have to become an Information sheet, answers. But we do want to dis-
deeply committed to his religiousfaith Religion-in-Life Week officials "Each person will Interpret "a cuss religion as it is today and
or else admit that "God is explain their program: world come of age" In perhaps a as it may become tomorrow -- Minister SeesOpportunities
dead," as the philosopher different way. Is it a world of not in the trite terms of a "re-
Nietzxche maintained. "Religion in Life hopesin peace? Of self-understanding? Ofa ligion for the Space Age," but ina
"The church must get out of its week of emphasis to examine true and universal brotherhoodof search for meaningful and
her stagnation. We must move today's religious expression -- inI man? Of self-reliance? Of serious religious expression."

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EVAN ENGLE
the "3 MEAT TREAT""CUBANA" 10:55 a.m. CONVOCATION -- The Rev. Dr. Franklin Clark By Staff Writer"ReligioninLife
Fry speaks in University Auditorium on "Man in a World He
Never Made." University Choir performs. Classes are suspended Week offers:
during the Convocation. opportunities for students to bring
12:10 p.m. CONVOCATION LUNCHEON -- Dr. Fry speaks in the up questions they don't ordinarilyask
Student Service Center on "The Ecumenical Movement Today." ," said the Rev. Bob Scar-

Made on FRESH Golden French Bread: 2:30 p.m. COLLOQUIUM -- Dr. Nathan Scott speaks in Johnson borough of the Baptist Student
Lounge, Florida Union on "Tragedy in the Christian Faith." Center.
Delivered FREE and FAST to You "However, 'A World Come ofAge'
2:45 p.m. FLORIDA PASTORS' CONFERENCE -- Dr. Max \rzt
assumes a perspective thatI
speaks at First Christian Church on "The New Bible Translation."
Sandwiches I
of Gator Favorite
And a Whole Host am not sure we have reached.In .
1:30 p.m. ADDRESS -- Dr. Nathan Scott Jr. Speaks in University
the future we may look back
Auditorium on "The Vision of Man in Contemporary Literature."
and see this 'world come of
8:30: p.m. COFFEE HOUR COLLOQUIUM -- Johnson Lounge,
ATTENTION FRESHMEN: REQUIRED READING Florida Union. age' as childish.
"World War I, it was said,
10:00 p.m. DORMITORY DISCUSSION GROUPS
would be the war to end all wars.
No one can forsee the future.
"Cartoons by Don Addis" TUESDAY: "We are In the process of tearIng -
9 a.m. FLORIDA PASTORS' CONFERENCE -- Dr. Scott speaksat
down gods made in the past.
First Christian Church on "The Comic Imagination and the
Christian Faith." We made a god of religion, even

Available from Alan's. Have it delivered with your 10:30 a.m. PASTORS' CONFERENCE -- Dr. D.L. Scudder speaksat the Christian religion and are

favorite sandwich, and laugh while you eat. $L00.ALAN'S First Christian Church on "The Idea of God.' hands discovering is not the creation worthy of our of own our

12:10: p.m. LUNCHEON -- Dr. Scott speaks at the Student Service worship." Scarborough said."Today -

Center on "A Strange New Discipleship." there is a turning away from

2:15 p.m. PASTORS' CONFERENCE -- Ur. carl Mlcnalson this and it Is healthy."
CUBAN speaks at First Christian Church on mythologlzlng and Mean- "Secularization of the modern

ingful Faith." world, so far from being a religious -

Free Next to the 7:30 p.m. ADDRESS -- Dr. Michalson speaks at University disaster, is the proper
6 125 2 Auditorium on "How to Know the Hidden God." and inevitable development from
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Building
Delivery Seagle 8:30: p.m. COFFEE HOUR COLLOQUIUM -- Johnson Lounge, the Christian belief in creation.
Florida Union.
"This gives us a chance to.
10 p.m. DORMITORY DISCUSSION GROUPS. live out our commitments

honestly. Before the world became -
'
WEDNESDAY: secularized, religion had no
10 a.m. PRIVATE SESSION for Health Center personnel with Dr. real religious or significant mean-

Scott. ing. Real possibilities of leadingthe
12:10: p.m. LUC I IE ON -- Dr. Michalson speaks in the Student Christian faith and commit-
Service Center on "Ethics and Responsible Faith." ments were covered up."
8:15 p.m. FACULTY CONCERT -- Jerry Neil Smith plays
clarinet and Samuel B. Teeters piano at University Auditorium. Scarborough agrees withSan
Miller who wrote "Dilemma of
10 p.m. DORMITORY DISCUSSION GROUPS.
BOOTS Modern Belief" which states

THURSDAY: "When religion fails to give an
adequate image of ultimate
12:10: p.m. LUNCHEON -- Dr. Harmon Holcomb speaks on realityin
"Doubt and Affirmation in Faith" at the Student Service Center. the symbol God, then men, by
reason of their honesty in the lightof
7:30 p.m. ADDRESS -- Dr. Holcomb speaks on "Atheism Come
of truth, must become atheisticand
Age" in University Auditorium.
often in their atheism will
8:30 p.m. COFFEE HOUR COLLOQUIUM
HATS : 10 affirm realities that are
p.m. DORMITORY DISCUSSION GROUPS religions."

FRIDAY: The Rev. Scarborough receivedhis

Y 8:15 p.m. PLAY. "The People vs. Socrates," by Dr. Didier B.A. at Baylor University in
Graeffe In University Auditorium. Waco, Texas.
.,

: SHIRTS The Rev. Dr. Franklin/ Clark Fry : I



)r), Time Called Him /Mosf Influential'Dr. I


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Franklin Clark Fry, presi- Rev. and Mrs. Franklin Foster postorate to accept election as
dent of the Lutheran Churches In Fry, grandson of the Rev. Jacob president of the United Lutheran
America and chairman of the Fry and descendent of Hein- Church in America. While a par-
World Council of Churches central rich Fry, a Swiss-German mechanic ish pastor, Dr. Fry was activeas
committee, will be chief speakerthis who arrived in the colonyof secretary of the U.L.C.A.Com-
morning at the Religion-in- Pensylvania about 1670. mittee on Evangelism and as a
Life Week convocation.His member of the church's Board of
theme: "Man in a WorldHe He holds 20 honorary degrees. American Missions and the

I" W[] Never Made." After graduation from Hamilton U.L.C.A. Executive Board.
The Rev. Dr. Fry Is the first College, Clinton, N.Y., in 1921,
president of the new 3.2 million- Dr. Fry studied at the American As president of the new Lutheran

member Lutheran Churchesof School for Classical Studies in Church in America, Dr.Fry heads
"; America, and was, before 1962, Athens, Greece. A graduate of the largest Luther body in North
president of the United Lutheran the Philadelphia Lutheran America. In 1957, when he became -
Churches in America.His Theological Seminary In 1925,Dr. president of the Lutheran
Gainesville leadership in the ecumenical Fry was ordained by the United World Federation, he also became
movement and world Lutheranismhave Lutheran Synod of New York and spiritual leader of more than 50-
earned him a reputation as New England at Ithaca, N.Y., on 000,000 of the world's 70,000,000
; f Stockman "most Influential leader of world June 10, 1925. During the follow- Lutherans.

L, i Protestantism," according to ing four years he was pautor: of
' Time magazine.He Redeemer Church at Yonkers, Dr. Fry presided at the opening
: Supply Co. address hundreds of N.Y. session of the constituting con
church, educational and civic vention of the National Councilof
" At the Gainesville Livestock Market groups each year. He served as pastor of Trinity the Churches of Christ in the

l 5001 N.W. 13th St. Dr. Fry was born in Bethlehem, Lutheran Church, Akron, Ohio, U.S.A. at Cleveland in 1950. Pres-
; Pa. in 1900, the only child of the from 1929 to 1944, resigning that ently, he is serving his secondPage


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'64 Religion-InLife Week Begins Classes For Fry Suspended Convention l I i 'H!\ \' l Michalson Arzt Holcomnb Scott The Florida Alligator BY JIM CASTELLO Staff Writer Results of a Student Governmedt (SG) query comparing the UP FoodService withGainesville's public food facilities will be re leased In a meeting of adiministration, student and Food Service representatives tomorrow afterNo.77 20, 1964 Du e noon. Byron Groves, 3. committee which Service with local lishments, said he G. H. Welborn, hea vice, W.E. Einmore, business manager Hale, Dean of Si' The committee' BY ELECTION BOARD GatrParyFii A weekend meeting of the UF's Party being found guilty of two tribution of election campaign mate because of insufficient evidence. Gator Party Chairman Bob Wilsoi of the decision which resulted in bb posting of campaign 'poop" in the engineering building. Two freshman, Mike Smith and Bob Christlansen, both residents of Ilume Hall, were found guilty of violating election laws in putting campaign material in mail boxes at that residence hail. The Gator Party was a co-defendent In this case, but no fines or other punishment were levied against either Smilth, Christiansen or the party. Board members said they felt that because of what board chairman Paul Hendrick, student Lody president, labeled the 'immature stages of the campaign' during which the violation occurred, no fine would be proper. Wilson based his defense ill this case on the plea that sinceelecton rules were not distributed to officials ofeither party until sometime alter the date of the infraction -the night of Jan.12 -he had nothing to use as an official guide line indirecting hisworkers. John Hume, Gator Party's Hume Hail coordinator represented Christiansen at the hearing, and told board members he hid no knowledge of campaign rules the night Christiansen and Smith came to his room asking i they might election board result. charges concerning rial .Another charge i said he wouidpress party being fined $10 (sator Party office the last posltlOll Oil slate with the Ann Steve C heesemain a ciiditiate p or C lerk Court. "v' becunie ex pressedi with the 01p iloncr System,'' sal wh,, has served as like iothirig more th to serve thle student lecatise the court can life of every dt,dent and shouwdbe Under the control Ci 'onmpvtenl adJ .jdmnrstrao." C he v C m C 's opponent in tile to, tilhinmg Stu-4 dent .ow.i inment dci tiols will be IITm (clone! ol the .O.T.E. Party. C Nineteen-yea, -ol is from l eesburg .nd Report Tuesday quality, quantity, price, selection AS, head of the and other aspects of eating in ompared Food Gainesville restaurants andthe UT eating estabFood Service Is the result of more will meet with than a month's work. d of Food Set"We believe we havefound some *assistant UF definite comparisons," Groves and Lester 1. pointed out yesterday, "And Food dent Affairs. Service has expressed the desire s report on to cooperate with us In working constructively.'' "IThe committee found the variance In quantity Is not realty d enough to get a sound difference," Groves said. dl "We found the price of meals at Food Service is about a nickel .d in the Cator less per meal over the length of he illegal disthE entire trimester,'' Groves was dismissed toted, ''But this Is only for each whole meal purchased over a ror re-opening period of time that makes the for the Illegal difference. 'At this meeting Tuesday afternoon, we will present our findings and hope to work constructively cks to orme up with a plan that will cut tile food expense for U F stu08N dents drastically,'' Groves said. ils have filled Ponaniag Ma ps their top 'iv.' ourncement Of Sthe patty's e 1 m of the Ilori PANA MA CITY (UJP' -l'restricme ly I mWdent Robert Ci rv' goveriimt eritioni of tihe mapped its next mmiIe yesteiflay di ( heesemarn ini the Panama C.ial /,Ont crisis, a pivot-. "'I'd weighing thr., ourss,' of emeran the chance gency dilplomiatic action to end the body as clerk deadlock with the United States. touch the Informed sources said the government W4S tiryirg to decide whethe r to take the dispute lack to the tnitpd Nations or the (rgmni --at ion of American \t ates ( )AS cii to
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Study hi, Group Scheduled A (,7ml[IFtteIi)I F I uty n hti> I, stulyt tiw n. o' 1'e the vdtwjtlonal effort hei. tI nieet this week ad r ordirzto ( h.ti mian I-ranklini ihvty. Th,. rci.tirng is scheduled for WeriEsity in lhii office of pres dent .I. W ayii. wit/. The cornrml tt.n comp[4,h iii C;hatzirman Ijoty .itt *Igh$ uottjr faiultv 'memnb Pr 1% trying 'risuover bje i I i. lt n accelerat Ion aijd the like." The mlut ,g will bring Icogether tiuestlonalres arid other form, of info rmI]at ion. Th iomt Ite,. ( U .15 students, facul ty and administrators,. The committee is making an istrument or design for the study of the trimester system. "The committee is not charged with making a study of thetrimester system itself but wth ao t Chairman Doty. responce to a deciso fthe Board of Control to examine the trimester system in each of the institutions where it is used. Each group participating in the stdyI responsible for o F or committee is responsible for : The effects Oh students of trimester and sevnesfer calendar operations, enrollment and attendwnce patterns, achievement, morale, and motivation patterns, and educational financing. The effects on general university organization and advninIstratioc of trimester and semester calendaroperations,organizational changes in structure mnd function, institutiornaI financing ar Id plant utillsation, non-academic staff and intra-Institutional communications. Doty emphasized that the Board oX Control is entering this study *wlth an open mind. "the faculty has an open hand Social Set Jennings Hail will be the site of social this Wednesday for seniors and graduate men. Time is 8 p.m. Refreshments will be served. SALEL Slacks Sweaters Suits IC' iklrI rstolrui oso n ( thrin ini a tii iii ti fCoi the 4iudv will pi eiint II pIoblem, it ilff er tlti,> rligt it is' in gttin1 pesinaI inrn iliu lh. lui r utitutiu,,al (on mTti o Iimrustem )Iur itiurns will nme ini .Ill-iLhisse.' in I N linterilstituir{,nl ( fmnritt,, nIernbptt, .ini ( hairrn,,,nI),t; fth, thji rinjings oC tiht I .I ,,mmiittee. Tihe iso i tI of ( control is rnow seeking finds fi onmlial foundations Ii, itmplIementthe study Once the des igt, Is 0mpldted. Spakr Applications for Florida Blue Key Sekr Bueau are no available in Florida Union Room 314 Monday through Friday from 1 to 5 p.m., assistant Speakers Bureau Chairman Ed Abbott anThe onlyualiication is that the applicant has the ability to speak, or to learn how to speak, before a groq,, Abbot said. The selection board, composed of faculty and Blue Key rcpresentadyves, will conduct personal interviews. It is primarily watching for interest, lie said. The purpose otspeakers Bureau is to Inform voters on the importanwe of UP to the state. "We want to show voters how UF fits in economically, politically, and socially." Abbott said. TO convince voters U F needs twids for expansion Is the main objective. Speakers Bureau limits talks to the Kiwanis, Civitan, Rotary, and lions civic groups. F F rash Meet A special Freshman Council meeting is to be held tonight in Room 324 of the Florida Union at 7:30. All council membtwrs are urged to attend. TIME ...Are shown regis Government election. presidential candidate No Dresses Skirts GA TOR PARtY CANDIDA TES tering with Mrs. Jan Knight for the coming Feb. 6, Student Left to right are presidential hopeful Ken Kennedy, vice Dick Gober, and David Yost, Gotor Party nominee for treosTraffic By AGNES FOWLES Staff Wrier The UFE traffic committee recently decided to make no changes in new regulations because "the new plan is working very well as it is,' according to Dr. Arnold Wirtul., committee secretary. 'Te decision was based on the fact that the campus is far less congested, is quieter, and safer. There have been virtually no comnplaints, Wirtala said. "Most of the students we have encountered favor the new plan," he said. Medical exceptions to the rules are to be reviewed by the committee and Dr. Sam Wright, Student Health Center director. Under the new plan, priority of parking space location will be given tothosecases deemed most valid by Dr. Wright. A student who wishes to obtain permission to drive on campus for medical reasons must present his Changes case to Dr. Wright at the Infirmary. He then clears this excuse with Wirtala. Routine business concerning the revocation of permits is also conducted by the committee. Students may lose driving privileges for as long as a year ilthey dlsLeg Council V voluntary A Student Government (SG)proposal forvoluntaryROTC attheUp will be presented to the Legislative Council tomorrow night. According to SG Secretary of Men s Affairs Byron Groves, the measure will not be passed because OF administration ''doesn't want it.", The OF is bowid to voluntary Stated obey rules, Wirtala said. Committee members Include: chairman Don Wilcox, seeretap; Wirtala, Colonel Sharrard, professors George Simms and George Freenman, police Chief Shuler, and Graham Area coordinator 1111 Bryan. To ROTCf Get ROTC program as a part of alanid grant cont ract signed with the Board of Control and what is now the Defense Department years Ago, said UF President Wayne I. Ieitt. ''The position we take on this issue Is pending on the passagC of Legislature concerning ROTC now before Congress," he said. This is the first legislation effecting ROTC since 1940. At the time of its passage, the entire ROTC programs wtll be esluated and studied. According to Reltz, the bill, which w> 'UPposed to have been past last year, is due for consideration sonietm this month. Limit Seen The increase of womenstudettS at the UF may be limited, awordiog to Marna V. Brady, deifl of women. The UF hasn't the perSOIMel (it space to h and le the Increase. Housing is the limiting factor, she said. On-campus housing has reached a "plateau of leveling off period" future,'' Fred E. King, stt dire. or of housing said. MEN Sport Coats Blazers Sweaters Shirts Winter Jackets Convoy Coats COEDS Those who know say: Pipes Are The Answer"' And those who know pipes soy "I's MIKE 'S for the most comniete Se-

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Hits iit' ii', I lItIIIJ5. ( i' i 1ii I *111[iUS I ..gathered yesterday to listen to Lower State Coordinator Al DeBernardo. (Photo by Jim Nichors) Ui President Dr.J. Wayne Pet, will speak to a meeting of college alunii associate 'or work rs (rom nine suutheastpr I states it the Opelling stessrin of lie r liSt rict I lcto (Continued From Page 1) jnot been distributed. "We didn't think we had done anything wrong or illegal," Smith At one point during the hearing Honor Court Chancellor Herb Bless ing asked Wilson,'"Were you aware that laws had been published&,' "No,'' was Wilson's reply. "I believe the burden of distributing the laws lies wtth the Secretary of Interior (De~rove) and not the chairman of the iridividualparty." Wilson said hie had made every attempt "as evidenced of good faith" to have the material removed after being informed of its presence the nt.t of Jan. 17. "Within a hall hour I had fraternity pledge classes out there. They took down everything but four or five pieces." The unanimous 4-0 vote against the party camne as the board decided that the violation had been committed after the distribution of campaign rules and that in this case no names of individuals were available. In another case the Gator Party was found not guilty of holding an illegal rally In the Broward flail basement. The board de cided that rules applicable in this instance were in conflict. Members of the board are Hendrick, Blessing, Florida Blue Rey president Charlie Wells, Legislative Council representative JThe Marmnelli, and Liz Allen representing the Mortar Board. -.-. 1141 'tI K, To Speak conference lii. 22 in ( lejrwite,. i.t is host fir the conference In l' 's Ijirertor of Alumni A!fairs, Hill A. blemirig, i.s nfei ence cha, rnian. Joel B. Sarve, of Auburn Univ.'rslty is lhairmaii of the district which is a part of the American Alumni Council. Delegates to the meeting represent e diic at ion a institutions in Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina and Florida. Other speakers include Home. Flocks, general manager ofthe Florida Citrus Commission and a past president of the UlF Alumni Association, ai Beatrice Field of Tulane University, presidentAt Meet elect of the Artier xcii Aluni (0 unl. UT) studient-, will produce a niusic al variety show for the deligates oti jan. 22. Eat 11cr in the day the Clearwater Alumni Club will sprnsor a reception honoring delegates attending their first c(nferenice. On Thursday night the Tampa Alumni Club will sponsor a trip to the Jal Lal Fronton in Tampa for the delegates. James Y. Wilson of lake City and William Conway of Ormorid Beach, president and presidentelect of the UT Alumni Association respectively, will take part in the m e et ing whbi ch runs Jan. 22-24. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS MECHANICAL ENGINEERS PHYSICISTS Making original and far reac hing advances in the electronic digital computer industry Control Data Corporation has grown From four employees to over 4 00 in little more lhan six years In this relatively short period of tine. Control Data has placed or, the r',arkel a complete line of advanced digital computers and its products range from rotary components to complete computer systems including all peoipheral eq uipment Control Data also is participating in several of the nation's most significant defense programs As Girls' (|t I'It e Ti isi ii ii 1i ii 11 \ I iet f Ill!n suI'a Pite In it Ito l hi' whtteiAl 1>41 i.'h old lihinil hi sv-.tei, I sts W e n ii sault losstin itigli III(I inuiiti ti 24) per lini of the Till. iTi pi w~k Theft Dorms i s i 1 I i[ I eI' i | j I I al | 1 ''( I N I pa sl .' { s r'i ii I hL tll I t' it9 | h 4 0 i a i l'' 14' i l li I s Ii thy pil)Is oi nl t of l t ni'ti i oI,,'h i p ipt' ln Asplptr, ti n mm two onthe uk bi bislhIdtak Sii iil pTpmpa TI Cs Ag.,tbi the gi. .niii dm aidimimi cafeterla mlIirk tlb. ii i. g rpai,,t theft. ''roirI 11.a1 ini itt inlir is p.4trs,' SIIimOnP iki. likaIald I. 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If you ar. unable to see is on campus, contact Control Data directly by writing; M. A. Hawkins rio i Pres. Reitz Newspaper .,e I i il 11, Tribime.

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ii 3,:' editorials iDgging A New Fcncc I I ' I | 4 , 1 III lHoitlur i. )rl' Of ilii' ii [glIflt'llis' irl ililijle' tie' [')lltn 11/, .ILr' i ii'h f 0 posing .it rlrst glinsji .) FIh' Iiesint U nial I alP1 fioi i oi[V ,'i+'S i heciiis, of its ilutilhty I A crimmot b.' lh Dw, 'ii g.'tanpr v,,sels amti iirc rift i l r e ,(2) new ( anal(in Mexv 0 bsii I. i se,, levEl woujiji bf Ii's' vuilnerII, to seixitag.', intl ( B ihe iitlltior.1 1n gornmrIrTEit shc,,ib nt stirmped'Il intf .il hnclelt IklinF of lhii i> SI por11111, by the FiII thait, sinit IWC hive hOt ke~it O I livi with the peopin of 11irnirini, we shrlld shufn ouir w.rwtyN ei dineto anirther lop iality that, it the iiomluint 5011m' mreht ii itirg. 'hius, we shiull strive tij lto il t!&r~lm iiffI,'ultce, il I~l.L befo attic'kinlg the piobulern of in addiitional 'anal. Arci cviin theb WE Shioli look with ajauntij 'ly. .it iny plan which t,,. jiut give us OWNI C FHI'> as will as (01111 Ol of thu linti which txoiuds Ih. <.11)11 This dots ikil pre' hud th' pAssibIlity of using th. thi tat of new Cliggijigs elsewhere iS .1 lever to swing thur Panaanianrs into abte bs.trgaining mnood --which when one thinks about it, is probably what all the shout iII I', dIb1Ut anyway. W.C. EDITOR'S DESK Gym By WALKER LUNDY Editor A plan to have the two Student Government (SG) presidential ca)didates speak at halftime of the F lor Ida -Kentucky basketball game here Feb. I i~s in the works, and, personally, we feel it's an excellent idea. There is only one drawback to the proposal and the advantages easily outweigh the tone had point. The game will be before apacked house, including at least 5,000 studenits. At no other time befo e the election Feb. S will therr be near that many students in one place at one time. Of comise, the tobvious Cliticism of the idea I,, that haiftinme of a has ke tbaI gime is N T t hi p1it e (or political speeche .We tinik, perhaps, thi ti me will hi well spent if the resuect i ~e candIdates use the time for a hard-hittinrg, concise presentation of their platforms and lust exnethl what te plan to do, lnbtead of gi' lug tle t r adit ion. lacklustei SG speeches that really don't say amio thing. The decision will he up to the athletic department initially, and then the two political parties. If the parties offer, instead, a debate such is was held last year in the University AudItorium, we will laugh. The two No. l's debated then before lOOpeople, which were party workers whose vote had been decided long before. We think this sort of "debate", is ridiculous. It is doubtftnl it will be repeated this time, however, sinceboth candlidati's have gone on recort as opposing such a wastefultime-consuming activity. But the basketball game idea cnuld he a good thing. The two prexy hopefuls spoke briefly at The Alligator's staff meeting F riday afternoon, neither saying very much but both mkng tli, age-oldi promiise of a liean campaign,. Frank Ilarshaw, V.0.T. E.'s f14g-carrter for the No. I spot, said his parry would sUi ess quilificat iors in the campaign And Ken Kennedy, hiarshaw's Gator Party opponent, promised a hard, dynamic but clean campaign. Hiarshaw said the way to deal most effectively with the athletic department was through Pres. J. Wayne Reit; arid Kennedy cc hoed his agreement. Both assured their listeners that THEY would conduct noting but a lily -white campaigni but hinted that, perhaps,somethlngother than above-boa. d cleanliness might be expected from 4the other 'ide." Time will tell, we suppose. It did last year. The Forida Alligator Served by United Press International Editor .'. .Walker I undy Maniagirg Editor ...Bll Fuller Assistant Managing Editor .,. ....JohnAskins Editorial Editor .,.WVayne Norfleet Sports Editor ......Dave Berkowitz Wire Editor ..*. .Bob Thomas Feature Editor .............Cyn.-da Tunstall Campus Living Editor .....Judy Lynn Prince Editorial Assistants. .John Hancock, Ernie Litz, Glenn Laney, Gail Sobering, Marcy Zimnmet, Alan Campbell, Betty Wendt, and Betsy Garrison. Reporters .Mike Power, Jim Castello, Phil Hevener, Joel Gaston, Dowilas Molitor, Donita Mlathison, Sally Stock, Kathie Martin, Carol Nobis, AMn Carter, Joe Kollin, Pam Pulley, Agnes Fowles, Ronald t-.-------V 'BE~ n; b! Y~ 6otdEI MEN 4,, adJ ~05 LETTERS: Group I 1T(U: A plea for diOnatiOiS tO finance those who would work against pri-. vite er"terpri,. WA5'ese"'i''n i the January ii ISSil of the AlItgator. Students iiliOthet memsibers of the college
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Packaged News for Students on the Go Planes Protested jomi 4,001)per sorts htwit iAlly tt d the Yokota AirBaw 4e1 lay toprotest the assignntnt Of I .F 105 Jet flghier piAtis oil Japanese soil. lne cally was sponsored by the <, ilst party and the demonpralbon was orderly. Red Defects vtel-huIlt Yak -Il (I*xl iml iti to .ii Israeli al tew vestet liay .rnd isked for sm hrn, I, Israeli aut horitit sail M aj. Mah~mud FHilmu Aban milmi e s being pursurii by Egyptian air II Lii .I n m e l d o ii Nehru Invited NFW imEi HI l'remier Nikita (ITPD .Soviet Khrushchev has I }[iIr II. Cw .w I. n *oun i yiN Yet' rhllmuuluriemretI gave 'o 4IIN or t. i~tthfn or of ,nd s, 0.4it, o hut ,ald t,e ,rfer wasI r mmttedt through the lintiin amba~sstor in Mostow, Cubans Shoot 3 l-~~ ~NA iii II ft IThieli orb,, U titli Cr l.l lo esap 1 h' lb IlbI*,r ~11ni in I mntt~ Ittnth linunIr ,i, tin lsikI te sate,. The radlo said the Incident occurred o', the northern (oaMt of Pirnar del ilo Province. rh, W::.vrzgf:7::jz:A ufr?ial Highway ClOWS ,pfldyICt M aivfa t sbla e mnnsi h ~ hr fclml HYDROM C$ANICS I ARATORY lacliltles Includ, this Hiati Soind Inwing Bairn almost 3 5 or A d lIlE LONG. 50 feet wide, antd 20 fccl deep this laboratory Is r onrerned with Speed. ste bi 4 y, tofbt,0 and seskeeplig oul 'ties of floating Or submerged nava desgmand Il I' mud.mental naval hyd' odytiartiCs APPt.IID MATI4EMAnCs LABOPATCRY faclies Include th* IA lest large' I computer sy stem,, end lea Iuue lb. LANG. the ifiM 70qa. and a 1401. This Is luShhps' prImary computing fa i lity, working or, engines ring, rcsgar di loglslics, and flume, ice I methods Work carrIed on hure involves malhematic simuhatlofi ol the life cy tie af nucgear reactors, aijtomallc CalculatIon of ship lines, and applirations ot compt,,.r to management prob Ionm. I,) this giant both 'rxed and tree sea slate condition Phenomenia Di ul ion You are high over the Potomac River just 12 miles From the White ffeuse. and viewing 156 acres of ext raerdinaryr research activity Of COurSe, from this height you can't see much de til, which makes the imposing expanse of the two main buildings all the more intrig uing. Perhaps you can guess their functions, but it's also what you can't sen (and this is summarized in the adjoinig column) that makes the David Taylor Model Basin a completely unique fun damental and applied research organization -end a plae you should seriously consider for your career ai a professional scientist or engineer As the Navy.s etl'nnA fariie, En, rnmnrth into submarine, surface I. Reach the $1O,OO0to$12,OOO level WITHIN 4YEARS 2 Take graduate course, for advarnce degre. with Navy hel p. 3. Gain diversified RDT & E experience with the best equipment and faclities of their kind 4 work on research projects of recognized national in, port an ce 5. Attain recognized professional stature sooner, at which point a number of futures are available new IManeuverjns and Saakeeping facIlIty, nrning models may be leslad undar ally You may also work with the sit.spead at tengtsy Fild, Virginia. AIAODYNAMICS LABOaATORY faellitiea Inciuda several wInd I unnet. ranging frout subsonic through hypersonic at Mach '0 whic I are used to dote, mine and improve static ste bility, control and hail Iranile, chiaracarisles of halicwplers, VTO['s uuperton c *1 rtraft, ml siies. etc Air flow studies sas involve bomt design, bridge structures, aircraft tulrbulance wiler. approachling carrIers, and other govarnutant end private probems The un'uue SIRUCTURAL MECHANICS LABORATORY facilIties at Card crock ars th. new pressure tanks which permit ft. study, by moan. ot larga sir uc lu's mod. is. of the ituii structures to, deep dIving submarines and dhep sea reserch vehcles to reach eli ocean depths Additional Structural Mechanics LSbratory flet ils crc scal bred throughout the IN6 acres, andl include a tridlinensioeil Slatic Load fraine, a Paftag".il r.t Pond, ExplosIon Pits. and a 600.000-Pounid Universal T,,tiqg Macbin. Witht ese faculties, laboratory scientist. and en. fleer, conduct studies aimed at Improvlag tIM huhl slticture and increasing the r'nisteace of lile Mavys *ipC tO enemy at. tack This requires develop-ent of furnd.esta. -sereticl lp. proclhwa of load and rea9OnSe, end danhloment at englfneig solutions besfl on the increaeed underatadiqi. A afietlal potc of th ~e-si r~~to -euc s Ia .arid t at tie Underwater Eipluelons Rearcj, DivIssels of li Laoy Iscited at Poflsaauth, VirgtnWe. The AC0~sfiCS AND VISIATIOi IfOATORY *as just established ho intensify resiarc. and deveicoment of shIps of improved Metecton capabilty, amid 'educed vibrations and under water sound output rsflameatal and wpplied research n I.hidr. dynamics, structwra acoustic, mechanical vibreati. end signal processing wre suppiaensted by coadeuct of eanutlc end vttra. ie tras. and devwloment cf ac.nllc end vmnrtl. iastrnI

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II I hru lepriIvilvgy'. >Wlur .vill laziui VOII r I(N)NQ, iNt ill imluded n til lrie Ii Wiy E xcellelt Icer mns. ( rill t E rned Tew Reilly. 291) 13th St. (A -74 -t-c). 400). N.W. 20' ( ruiser and trailer. Sleeps 3. IDepth sounder, upholstered us hions th ru out. Two 40 TIP engi les, top tines, anchor, extra seats, ILkf preserves. Other -cessorios. $2250. FR 2-3357. (A-72-5t-c). MIII, E N 1) -. f ENUE RSON'S Ml LI STORE, U.S. Hwy. 19 Cry stal River, Fla. -Only I hour iS min., from Univ. literally TONS OF TOWELS AND MILES OF FABRICS. See the lovely colors available for your home. IRREGULARS OF NINE QUALITIES. Many fin si quality items also. Our carpet ends are beautiful and about three-fourths off. The finest bedspreads one-third off. Tel. 7953399. (A-67-Uf-c). New homes in PINE FOREST. A few ready for immediate occupancy. Galnesvile's fastest growing new home community. VA FHA financing. Hugh Edwards Inc. N.E. R6th Ave. and l5thSt. 2-1551. (A -70-Uf-c). BOLEX 16 mm roll -load turret movie camera. Normal and wideangle loses. $100. Room ii, Florida Union. (A-lt-tf-p). LADY's B IC Y C LE, 26 -Inch wheels, enormous front basket, pretty good shape, Room II, Flori da Union. (A-7l -U-c). TWO nearly NEW BICYCLES for sale. Very reasonable. Call before 10 a.m. or after 9:30 p.m. 2-6278. (A-93-tf-c). HEELS put on in S minutes SOLES put on p 15 minutes MODERN 8H40 REPAIR SHOP gue~ss ft. lit national bank FLORIDA h-e 3u harM. A.s -RI fl .Il *Ie I Held Over! 2nd Big Week }-s .r-r-t -ME sane a-___ aII. e ll h7 i o lit m, -77 4 .(1 s ill I ill pa, rA -F1II III? N.W. 3ijil SI. J'I sr(,4rn, 2-1/2 bath, ralloul sheltr, I 00' by 204' wooded lot. $1000. $ 7)0 down 6-3384. Large patio, walnut p.nehd ridei, eentral heat.(A-6t76-c). 14' (0R REU (IT C HA! TI ATOM 5K IER 65 horse Gray nmat Inc andl trailer all in good conditionn. $4 25. See at G ator Movie. F,. lIIdversity Ave. (A-?6-5I-c). 1960 HONDA 250 cc. Ex'.Ilent condition. New Battery .,rd tires. Turn signals, electric starting, ye r y reasonably. Call or see: Steve rozm 3029 flume. Fl? 6S234. (A-72-31-r). MICROSCOPE American ()plIrcl. Bi'ocal, mte lhan ir aI stage, attached light source .3 power lens with oil inmersioi nis, Vie. $350. 2-0627. (A-lB6-3t-c). FOR SALE: Petri 35 mm ('amera Brand new' Case, hlooti, flash attachment -all part of deal. Allan GOtrilE 134 Sledd H. Ph. FR 29341. (A-77-lt-p). HOUSE FO R RENT -One year lease $125 per month. Located nlear 11It tile wood Elementary School. 3 bedroom, 2 baths. Call Arnold Realty Co. 2-3522.(A-77St-c). BEST HOME BUY. Under $20,000 for this charming 3 br, 2 bath home. Located on a large lot on paved street. Fenced backyard for children and pets. Handsome living room opens into screened porch. Telephone Arnold Realty CO. 372-3522. (A-lI-St--c). DELUXE E LECTRIC stove Westinghouse, heating units, full size oven. As new $80.00 cash. Call anytIme 6-9742 lI2? N.E. 22nd Ave. Galnesville,Fla.(A-3t-75-p). t~unes. ]! pAVnd joiui. sge shale tr e,. ;> wvIth .ny I [is. ( IIl *iylicm. Vs FNF S I I W IRl Al IV FRAl'II (I Al SEF --Steve Ked Cr 01 As~tociaites. F U ,-44U. 291 C N.W. I th St. (A--73-51 -e). MAN'S IIY( IE, ELECTRIC' Hroller. ('all FR 2-2880 or see Apt 6, 405 N.E. 5th A venue.(lt) (C OMBINATh)N OFFSET -l etter press print shop needs part-time help with some experience in camera and stripping deparinent. Also needs linotype operator, make -up or Kluge operator. ('entral Via. Printing 1823 Hthorne Road 6-4321L (E -74-St -c). APARTMENT furnished air-conditioned. like a s rn all home ne ar campuss. Also room in privale bomne with or without kitchen privileges Hone atmosphere. DOUBLE ROOM for men. Private entrance. Private bath. $25 each. Use of refrigerator. 327N.W.l5th Tern. After 3:30 p.m.(B-73-4t-c). ROOMS FOR MEN -I block to doning, utiliti fnished. $35. Per month. Doubleoccupaniy.Arnold Realty Co. 1219 W. UniversIty Ave. (B-72-5t-c). 3 BEDROOM APT. 2 roommates needd. $5 pe c)month. Call 2DOUBLE ROOMS FORRENT.Vrivate entrance, maId service, wellIheated. $22.50 pet month. Call 2-9222. (8-76-St-c). LARGE, MODERN, I -bedroom apartment. Completely furnished; 2 blocks from Campus. Call 25640 after 5 p.m. preferably between 5 and 7 p.m. (B-77-tf-c). Last times today 1:00*3:10*5:10 7:20*9:10 -T Tues. H AML ET Olivier I iy 'o n e r o I,' '. li iw.i t AbF, Y'}I' \T r\'V I'N(,lY' In) v0lt I1\} TM (,ll We ilnhl]p yrou saif both iintertmts*' (iii comparny will tr',n thu, rme' tI present our inv,.tmuert programlto singlE wor king gi, Is ii the G ainiesville area. Average P.ar11tngs $4.20 pt r hour. Phone Mr. Gibson, Irrivirsity Inn Motel Mon, Tues 1--4 p.m. (K -76-31-c). PAII) Pt SlTfUN open for sales man oil All IlGATOR staff. Call University ext 2832 for appointmenit. (E-7-tf-p). STUDENT WIVES --HAVING MONEY IUOIEMS0 [ktus show you how other women In our city are earning in their spare time. EARN $30 to $50 weekly. Act now' Call Avon Manager Mrs. Burns 2-042!. (E-'77-3t-c). ROCK'N ROLL TE needs work. Call (F-75-3t-p). NORSAX player Loper 6-9644. EXPERIENCED SAX-MAN is looking for job with rock and roll band. Can also double on bass', guitar, or drums. Call 376-5411 Ask for Lary (F-'74-t-p).0pm. 1960 PoRSHE 16005WhIte te day. (G-'5-5-c).Twr Coup. May during 1956 Ford Convertible, all power $300. Also 1959 all state motorcycle. Both it, excellent condition call Allen or Glenn 2-9476. (G75-St-c). 1956 DODGE V-S ROYAL by orig. owner. Excellent condition. H and H. Power flite trans. Performs like new. Brand new W.W. nylon tubless tires. Only $435. Call 23750 (G-5t-76-c). 1962 AUSTIN HEALEY 3000 4K II. Black and red racing stripes, blue interior. Wire wheels, heater, road lights. Reasonably priced. Call Mike 2-9490. (G-70-tt-c). JUNKER FOR SALE. You have seen it on Campus for years. 1951 Penthec convertible. No top, ro color, 3-1/2 fenders. Make an offer.Call 6 -A728. (G -77 -5t-c). flu u' Ii 'p1. --:191 Ir '1.'i -2*>I -! )
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Georgia Tops SEC Tech Race P I) 6-1 T CL EA RING TH E BOA RDS .for the Gators during the Friday night tussle with Georgia is UF center Mont Highley (40) .Georgia s Mike Taylor (54) is doing his best to take the basket ball from Highiey. Tuble,59the one shot play. tense tried to keep outside and run out tote Georgia had a JF I 57 Florida's dethe Bulldogs the .lock bechance at the basket. With five secondsleft Rado let go and it was over. Jerry game Florida luchard Baxley second bal ganm Wailer of Georgia led the coring with 16 points. scoring was paced by Peik with 14 and Tom wi th lIt 13. Baxlcy's l!-pxdrt kept the 1tE ini the Georgiai juniped off to a quk lead and with IC minutes remaining in lie first halt led 19-12. lorlda Camre I ight back to get a 7-point leaud onub to lost It and trail at I, li' Nt 1I ',1W tl' Ih'l K I ll l' U!it -4t' I tie ''l,itor ~ ,IitI [ mIi Iu -h ttiii Llin'ti kthiU lIth p'.n, ut o e vitnI, ie Iil.int .*il \WAYs II fo s,Oit Ih ebt,'i\. \ hItS*W rth auki, Vault I0 Ill, wh,i was (ie this1 wee, kd llpan-up ieC o t a wichI fti Athee .iernc no 3IdeIbia Vandrbilt 3Ioe al n Kent'ck[, A3 -, ovr-l ut' oly 9( 3-'2lin Hte conferene aret faoretd toe fight touvt or the SECt A cheapios Theredge at this'tye ommodoresi hae one less Teane ss th-aneWdats. an-uieGeorgiasto amon heBu lorsdwh hav-n' aid a n-t. A114 shesnsne1M are only-1. 4-7 oerit -1 ll -l and t KStuky, ni2ght-.l utony Co nerene conn, Satra knight perfomance p.y shar -da sotig poie esngr int arbl s77c -7 vtory Comedrs on-lie deesn champio ssssiha StWat. n Alaba hi nt nearly 60 per Tcet ofuisdos o ea't thedfadin-g exainsaion. Thnere5 are only seve gae du-ri n thse ete week at"de for of thste wi-ll b neSaturdaygh. Hedie o h CSaturay aton clashda btnh, Old UF Thr College F riday night at The College A Pros t !ihluhie \ ( II g|4 e i l iel i i hbl t H~I'td'h,' ll 'uit0I .1 'i iIs 1 1l s 'n ti \Nl, wth~ &hsb uhik I BInt arut! L. -I t'N \\ tutue tiLt*-whIu oIt t4III.n it m Im 2 h Ib1ii l I'ium. e it4 \.-2, alftime Icd \.t. louis viih ., naiis.cb t-KI~ i~ h\t ll pet fr k ji bt ju l lh\ Schir. uts Sht 4 t o l twv. pints Nsit, te'eroti hi! am!t ech s-oed onlythreeoits jib .itk warinlaisto forgein ahe.tals eMe~rsisippi had a I Unpoint halftim hleadm over Mississippi State, which hnas nowplost ICrof s first u5 gcames bugt neye aw goalbyKesge in the lodtgc secored on sreze otIts hnon. vintry -mn sDaisn oedl 2h1 porins te oRee. wtaye wih ts nrvow toscorer, James Booth, out wtsiibatshouder sparatboy Boothge had t threen strigt fieldh gobals.bfr en AdlABA4 early inS o the m.Rt 8coiy with 23pits prendu tooker oerteoea. burn, wdhich thad been rated an SEC darkhorseearhier, was behind by 21 points midwas through the second half. This week's schedule: Tuesday -(,eorgia at Georgis Tech and Ft. Kin x at Tennessee. Thursday -lorida at Florida State. Saturday -GeorgIa Tech at Kentucky, Auburn at Georgia, MIssissippi State at Memphis State and Tennessee vs. lukeat~reensboro, N Take Freshmen By GLENN LANEY Assistant Sports Editor All the li st On Squad Stars we,, down to their second siright defeat hand', of thca [IF fr-s hiran basketball tam 104-60. Ur' half time by ocn. point Ti3-32. ii the seOrnd half the Bulldogs grabbed a slim lead and held on until with about three minute', to g(' the (,ators caught up. The gamt. was marked by floor mistakes and cold shooting. Although thle UfF outrebounded Georgia '52-37, several poor passes relinquished the ball to the Who are they' Well.,.they really aren't riulte All Stars. They're collection uS former UlF varsity Ijerformiers and som,-physical education tears who have barndd together at the request of head basketball coach Norm Sloan. The freshman team needed some ore to play. They hadn't filled their schedule with other freshman teams, or junior colleges, so Sloanl asked the AII-dtars to play against the freshman. Many of them such as Neil Cody and George Jung are finishing up In graduate school and don't have time to practice. They just put 0" 4 uniform and go alter their opnonents. Their opponent both times this year have been the freshman. The first game was a lot closer than Friday night's. Th. freshman wo onlyy three points, '79-74. However Fridqy night, due to injuries,

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Religion Week Kicks off F1 | 1 l'l j I I,| I |||l i It w iohcetff,' thEit irii wAlit h CEeply mihdt faith sq, irt dead I % tie Niet.'xhp mAlntainld "'bs rhurrh mu' her %tagniatiron. W S'1'4 I Ft.y [i r = |C I ll S()Ijil I F' r no riicm ALAN'S Featrig the It'' Vm -I'E k r,fler iils ''lIgran -iin -F le hopes in Ils weik of emph jui t, examin' troday' s r4'ligious .xpression -it, CUBANA "3 MEAT TREAT"' Mode on FRESH Golden French Bread: Delivered FREE and FASt to You! And a Whole Host of Gator Favorite Sandw iches! A TTENTION FRESHMEN: REQUIRED READING! "Cartoons by Don Addis" Have it delivered with laugh while you eat. $ your 1.-00. Next to the 252 Seagle Building BTS HATS SHIRTS5 Li *1 -. U |[[I .orar '11YE U I, I VIII II m ( igi' mI C pehAj}, lihe 'At ay. Is ii .1 wy(rl(I Ift pear ( F self-understanding' (f a I r le a Iei uni v*r sal brotherhood of n an, Gf 'elf-relIance' C)! The TYD A Y: CL) hITIg !cor li'&I --< LI n I IC is JOll 'IL, u.It tLL e Siss I 4'l TI 4 ii Is, tiIm 411d ligiort for the Sp.,re AXge,"' but A ',e & r Ch for nmaningful Aind sc riolls religious express on." s Events 0o:s! a.m. CONVOCATION -The Rev. r. I-nkiin Clark Fry speaks in University Auditorium on "Man in a World He Nevet Made." Umivei sity Choir performs. Classes are suspended during the (Convo':ation. 12:10 pan. CONVOCATION lUNCHEON -Dr. Fry speaks In the Student Service Center on "The Ecumenical Movement Today." 2:30 p.m. COLLOQUIUM Dr. Nathan Scott speaks in Johnson Lounlge, Florida Union on ''Tragedy in the Christian Faith.E 2:45 p.m. FLORIDA PASTORS' CONFERENCE -Dr. Max Arzt speaks at First Christian Church on "The New Bible Translation.'' '230 p.m. ADDRESS -Dr. Nathan Scott Jr. Speaks in University Auditorium on "The Vision of Man in Contemporary Literature." 8:30 p.m. COFFEE HOUR COLLOQUIUM -Johnson Lounge, Florida Union. 10:00 p.m. DORMITORY DISCUSSION GROUPS 9E AY:.FLORIDA PASTORS' CONFERENCE -Dr. Scott speaks at First Christian Church on "The Comic Imagination and the Christian Faith.,, 10:30 tin. PASTORS' CONFERENCE -Dr. D.L. Scudderspeakcs at Eirst Christian Church on "The Idea of God.E t2:10 p.m. LUNCHEON -Dr. Scott .speaks at the Student Service Center on "A Strange New Discipleship." 2:15 p.m. PASTORS' CONFERENCE -Dr. Lari Mictialson speaks at First Christian Church on "Domythologizing and Meaningtul Faith." 7:30 p.m. ADlDRESS -Dr. Michalson speaks at University Auditorium on "How to Know the Hidden God." 8:30 p.m. COFFEE HOUR COLLOQUIUM -Johnson Lounge, Florida Union. IC p.m. DORMITORY DISCUSSION GROUPS. WEDNESDAY: IC a.mn. PRIVATE SESSION for Health Center personnel with Dr. Scott., 12:10 p.m. LUCHEON -Dr. Michalsorn speaks in the Student Service Center on "Ethics and Responsible Faith." 8:15 p.m. FACULTY CONCERT -Jerry Neil Smith plays clarinet and Samuel B. Teeters piano at University Audivoriumn. 10 p.m. DORMITORY DISCUSSION GROUPS. THURSDAY: 12:10 p.m. LUNCHEON -Dr. Harmon Holcomb speaks on "Doubt and Affirmation in Faith" at the Student Service Center. 7:30 p.m. ADDRESS -Dr. Holcomb speaks on "Atheism Come of Age"' in University Auditorium. 8:30 p.m. COFFEE HOUR COLLOQUIUM IC p.m. DORMITORY DISCUSSION GROUPS FRIDAY: 8:15 p.m. PLAY -"The People vs. Socrates/' Graetfe in University Auditorium. The Time Rev. Dr. by IDr. Didier Franklin Called Him Dr. Franklin Clark Fry, president of the Lutheran Churches in America a nd chairman of the World Council ofChurches central committee, will be chief speaker this morning at the Religion-in-Life Week convocation. His theme: 'Man in a World He Never Made." The Re'. Dr. Fry Is the first president of the new 3.2 millionmember Luthe ran Churches of America, and was, before 1962, president of the United Lutheran Churches in AmTWI'Ia. 141 T 'o urchin 'ib ,h nimnl,'1I Rev, anid Mrs. 'Most Franklin Foster Fry, grandson of the Rev. Jacob Fry and des cend e nt of Heinrich Fry, a Swiss-German mechanic who arrived in the colony of Pensylvamna about 1670. He holds 20 honorary degrees. After graduation from Hamilton College, Clinton, N.Y., In 1921, Dr. Fry studied at the American School for Classical Studies in Athens, Greece. A graduate of the Philadelphi a Lutheran Theological Seminary in 1925,Dr. Fry wms nrdatnpd bh tv'tneA Minister Sees Opportunities Week' For Oueries I y VAN ENGLE "Religion-in-life Week offers opportunities for students tobring up questions they don't ordinarily ask," said the Rev. Bob, Scarborough of the Baptist Student Center. 'However, 'A World Come of Aeassumes a perspectie at In the future we may look back and see this 'world come of age as childish. "World War I, it was said, would be the war to end all wars. No one can rorsee the future. "We are in the process of tearing down rods made in the past. We made a god of religion, even the Christian religion and are discovering the creation of our own worship.' Scarborough sald."'Today there is a turning away from this and it is healthy." "Secularization of the modern world, so far from being a religious disaster, is the proper and inevitable development from the Christian belief in creation. "This gives us a chance to live out our commitments honestly. Before the world became secularized, religion had no real religious or significant meaning. Real possibilities of leading the Christian faith and commitments were covered up." Scarborough agrees withSan Miller who wrote "Dilemma of Modern [3eli ef" which states "When religion fails to give an adequate image of ultimate reality in the symbol God, then men, by reason of their honesty in the light of truth, must become atheistic and often In their atheism will affirm realities that are religions."' The Rev, Scarborough received his B.A. at Baylor University in Waco, Texas. Clark Fry: Influential' postorate to accept election as president of the United Lutheran Church In America. While a parish pastor, Dr. Fry was active as secretary of the U.L.C.A.COTUmittee on Evangelism and as a member of the church's Board of American Mi ssions and the U.L.C.A. Executive Board. As president of the new Lutheran Church in Americ, Dr. Fryheada the largest Lutheran body in North America. In 1957, when he became president of the Lutheraji m'.I .-I ,_ r_...Available from Alan's. favorite sandwich, and A LA N'S Free Delivery 61