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The Florida AlligatorVol.56

No.78 University of Florida, Gainesville TuesdayJanuary 21,1964


,4. Sa .. I LBJ Predicts
f1- i +', I J* _

U.S. Economy
4 d 1I I ,

; t I' Going HigherWashington

TI (UPI) President
Johnson predicted yesterday that
the economy will climb to new
highs in 196-4 under the protectionof
a government run "early
warning system" designed to head
off inflationary price-wage hikes.
The President said the fuel for
the expected business advance is
the administration's proposed $11
:- billion tax cut. And he called for
CONVOCATION AUDIENCE LISTENS its immediate passage to "put
billions of dollars" of new funds
? .as Rev. Dr. Franklin Clark Fry addresses -
Into the hands of private economy
them in Florida Gym yesterday morningat

the annual Religion-In-Life? convocation. If Congress approves the bill,
Johnson said I In his economic mes-

-. r. < sage, the value of all goods and
services produced by the nation's
SAYS NOTED CLERGYMAN farmers, factories and shops
should climb to an annual rate of
$623 billion this year comparedto
i $585 billion In 1963. Thisis

Mankind Is Buried MeetA product.known as the gross national

Equally important, he said, it
meeting for all candidates would give the nation "the vital
Under MaterialismFirebelching running in the safeguard we need against recession -
Feb. 6, Student Government .
elections is But Johnson also warned that

fish-tailed automobiles and electric But Faith is the answer to man's dilemma. scheduled tomorrow at 7 there already Is "some cause for
can openers are burying man in anoceanof materlal"There is an overconcentration of physical things p.m. concern" that a prlc('-wage spiral
istic seaweed, declared Dr. Franklin Clark Fry, and man buries himself in these," Fry said. According toSecretaryof could dilute the economic upsurge
president of the Lutheran Church in America, yes- When men despair of the church as irrelevant the Interior Dill De-
terday at the Religion-in-Life Convocation in the and commercialized and start out in some field of Grove, all candidates lie said, however, that ho
Florida Gym. life, they eventually come back groping for non- must attend to hear counted on the nation's industrial
matierialism, Fry said. Very few clarification and outlin- leaders and their labor counter-
men alive have been born with this ing of campaign rules. parts to hold the line. He then
ImprovementsSays QualificationsSays groping of what to see. De Grove said Jan. 27, disclosed plans to set up a warning
is the :" network in key government
Fry said the question that man deadline for requesting :
has to ask himself is whether he absentee ballots '. agencies to report the first signsof
I is strong enough to ride the ma- and any write-in inflation.If .
KennedyBy HarshawBy terialistic horses of mass com- candidate to be elegible an inflationary rise is spot-
munication, production and travel. must be qualified by the ted, Johnson said he will not hesitate -
Society is nearly choked on abun- close of the polls on election to expose any attempt by
dance and man can easily be lost day. ; either labor or Industry"flout"
'. the public interest. But Johnson
in the he
( Note -- Ken Kennedy is ( Note -- Frank Harshaw mass, said.
added that "I do not
anticipate a
Fry, serving his second term as
is the candidatefor
Gator Party's candidate for stu- V.O.T.E. Party's jt- renewal of the price-wage spiral."
chairman of the centralcommittee
dent body president.) student body president.) of the World __u.. .. ___
Council of Churches,

"Student Government is Mickey Student Body elections are here said American labor unions can
Mouse." again. This means that each of mold and twist man's mind as
"Student Government is a toy you will be swamped with appealsto well as the system of education.
of playtime campus politicians." choose this candidate or that, "The young college student graduates
"Student Government is just for dozens of reasons. deeper by the quarteracre
another arm of the university ad- How can you make the right ," he added. y M
ministration." choice for Student Body Presi- The only distinction among us is
These are some of the charges dent? How will YOU choose the faith, Fry said. The faith of
most often heard from students man to speak for the students the irreligious research has a
blank, a God-shaped blank but no
who care enough to complain about next year?
face has been sketched.The .
their present Student Government. My experience this year as Vice
Much of their critism is valid; President of the Student Body leadsmt' theologian said religion
gives man the dimension of titleor
to believe that'
some of it is not.
Student Government throughoutits t w o f ac t ors ..........,..._ statue which he needs if he
history at the UF has accomplished vital in selE'dl is to succeed In life. If he is
many worthwhile projects the president deprived of his future, he becomes -
ana nas administered QUALIFICA despairing and despises

man) TIONS inr"i I,, himself.
meaningful pro IDEAS. "Religion is the bond to the
grams for Quallfica future. It gives substance to
the faith by which man lives,"
student tions; This is :
Like Topsy critical issue en Fry said.
-- 1
Just gro itself any campaign.Look i .
until now it at the direct *

indeed, experience of the Harshawman &
big in the field he {

bigness in aspires to lead. Remember, no
is no excuse for man can serve you well unlesshe See Today's i :rr-- TL5..
-- -
seperating Stu- how.
dent Governmentfrom I think that the one thing that

the student body. most qualifies me for Student Body Schedule, for polio is being downed by UF student Peter Ap-
Somewhere along the line the President is of experiencethe
my year
real meaning of Student Govern- past year as Vice Presidentof pleby 1 1UC as he swallows a sugar cube with Sabine

ment has been left behind. Stu- the Student Body. This year, Page 5 oral vaccine at the infirmary. Students may take Type III

dent Government is not now a added to my past work in Stu- of the vaccine there this week. (Staff photo by Jim Ni ch-

(See GATOR, Page 5)) (V.O.T.E. Page 5)) 015)Gator )


Page 2 The Florida Alligator I Tuesday,January 21,1964
State Theatre Sets

fDimes' Benefit Show

y Plan for a March of Dimes Mar- siblllty of a movie," according to Henderson expressed the hope
athon to he held at the State Theatreon William Henderson, State Theatre that the marathon would gross
into $3,000. He said that tickets would
Jan. 29 moved high gear manager.
v yesterday."I cost a minimum of $1,00. Distri-
bution would be through community
service organizations and at
WUWU will carry part of the several locations in the city as yet
want this to be a really big benefit, and all of the radio un-named.
affair and have ALL the proceedsgo station, plus the Gainesville Sun
4i to charity." will handle publicity. In addition,
r such things as sound wiring will
; ,: be handled by Southern Bell, light Talent coordinator, John Kay of
WUWU, said that he had booked
<. ing and props by Earl Jernigan,
Henderson said he had succeededin stage enlargement by Hugh Edwards sever locally popular groups Including -
obtaining the free cooperationof the Playboys,Cobras,Con-
members of the business com tinentals, Hustlers, and the Mel-
munity. adets.
instruments by Gridley
"The benefit will feature a Music, and tickets by Storter
lengthy talent show with the pos- Printing. "The show should begin no later

than .*.J. 1'vm....., ...nA"...... n "n vu ii<1xl A1 1*-.A
well into the night, depending
.a r- Hook To TalkDr. the added.amount of talent obtained, 1d.1)I

I ,
Sidney Hook, professor of American Philosophical Associa-
CANDIDATE WITH INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS philosophy and head of the department tion (Eastern Division in 195960and FFA Elects

.is Gator Party's Ken Kennedy (middle). On left is of Philosophy at was a Fellow at the Center for
New York University's Graduate Advanced Study in the Behavioral
is Krishna C. Agrawal and right, Nandkumar S. Shah, School of Arts and Science speaksat Sciences in Stanford University in New OfficersThe
both of the Indian Club. Kennedy appealed for better the UF Monday, Jan. 27. 196162.
His talk "Education and the
relations with international students through Student
of will be hold
Taming Power, Collegiate Chapter of the
Government, at dinner and coffee last Friday at ATO In Norman Hall Auditorium at Future Farmers of America(FFA)
i- 8 p.m. and is open to the public. F Y has elected its officers for the
It will be sponsored by the UF Winter Trimester.New .
Workshop/ HereDr. Public Functions and Lectures officers are Bill Dampier,
Commitee and the College of Ed- president; Floyd Marlow,vice pre-
cation. -e. sident; Calvin Arnold secretary;
James G. Wilson, professorof The workshop is sponsored by Dr. Hook Is known as one of the JI m mile Glisson, treasurer;
anatomy, and Dr. E. Marshall the Drug Safety Commission, leading philosophers and educatorsof George Drummond, reporter; and
Johnson, assistant professor of through an enabling grant from the his generation in America. 'e Richard Cobb, sentinel.
anatomy, in the UF College of Pharmaceutical Manufac- is noted for extensive research in Major projects for the winter
Medicine are among the faculty of turers Association. The com- the philosophy and culture of Ger- trimester include placing an exhibit
the first international Worship in mission was established in the many and Russia, and other partsof in the Florida State Fair
Teratology, scheduled at the J. wake of the discovery in 1962 that Europe and Asia. which runs from Feb 4, through
Hlllls Miller Health Center Feb. sleeping tablets containing thalidomide Firmly opposed to all varietiesof Feb 15 at Tampa and holding the
2 through 9. were responsible for many totalitarianism, Dr. Hook was annual banquet in March.
birth deformities. one of the chief organizers of the All interested agriculture stu-
Dr. Wilson will be director of Among the participants in the Congress for Cultural Freedom, dents and former FFA membersare
the workshop, which is designed workship will be Dr. Frances O. the Conference on Methods in Invited to attend meetings.The .
to.train scientists in the detectionsof Kelsey of the Food and Drug Ad- Science and Philosophy, and the next meeting. will be held at
possible harmful effects of new ministration. Dr. Kelsey receivedthe New York University of Philos 7:30: January 30, Room 150 Norman
drugs on unborn children. More nation's highest award for ophy. He is one of the chief targets Hall.SeekSociaI'Funds.
than 60 researchers from educa- civilian federal service for her of philosophical and political attackin Dr. Hook
tion, government and the drug industry role preventing the distributionof the press of Communist
will be participants or observers thalidomide drugs in this countries.He ----. -
at the workshop. country.. served as president of the


A financial report by Directorof years Hall and Area Councils have
Housing Dr. H.C. Riker, due developed a very fine program,"!
the latter part of next week, may
end the Student Government (SG) Riker said. To carry out this
r search for enough funds to fully excellent work, there is an Increase
support Area and Hall Council in the needs for funds, he
social functions without need for added Hous-
said. therefore, he ,
student refreshment sales at the ing is trying to assist in the
functions.As continuance of the program the]
a part of SG studies to eliminate -
eI councils are now conducting.
student refreshment saleson the financial!
e Upon completion,
I campus, Riker who has been report will be presented to Dean I IA
working with the Housing budget Student Affairs Lester Hale,
committee to find funds
supple- the refreshment -
who has been working on
ment the social fee already paidin problem with SG. Atl

RELAXwith this time, the possibility, amount
the dormitories. and distribution of assistance will|
"Over the last two or three be determined, Hale said.

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Set"It's I1J 'I

a shame more UFstudentsdon't v
take advantage of the oppor- } :k xV
tunities offered by the labor The UF 1964 Homecoming week-
office," Bob Setzer, secretary of end has been set for Oct. 16 and
labor, Student Government said 17, Florida Blue Key President
last week. Charley Wells of Orlando announced -
i 4 it today.
The two-day campus festivity
The SG labor office Is a ser- ., .,. annually draws thousands of alumnito
vice extended to UF studentsSetzer yr the oldest of the state's uni-
said. The office personnel versities. Florida Blue Key is
corresponds mainly with camps, ",,' the student leadership organizationwhich

resorts and other agencies who :', t:; ,..'': .. I1 1, sponsors and plans the event.
employ seasonal help. .'./1. i. Florida plays the University of
.,.8' South Carolina: Oct. 17 as a climaxto
Setzer said students are mis- t...;,,, ... "/ __ the homecoming activities.of .
lead as to what the labor officecan --- ----- }

do. lie said the office can't Student JobsStandardized i Free Phones Stalled
actually place students in vacation I
jobs, but that It does set up interviews -
and tells the students : Over Distance CallsFree

who to contact. The office is
urrently Investigating employ- telephone service for Southern Dell Telephone Co.
ment possibilities at the World's dormitory residents could becomea summed up the problem of providing -
Fair. Hays K. McClelland, assistant reality if a solution can be foundto free telephones to students.
dean of men, announced that his A.f prevent people from using the There is no other way to
office is concentrating on a cooperative phones for illegal long distance provide free telephone service
The labor office does not handle .
program with the calls, according to Eric 13. Smith, which would bo inaccessible to long
employment on campus. Gainesville Chamber of Commerceto Student Government Secretary of distance phone calls than the in-
"There are too many qualifi- standardize student employmenton Inter-University Affairs. Installation of costly toll-di
cations which are stipu.ated for and off campus. "In order to install free phonesit verting equipment."
campus employment, Setzer ex- Presently rules governing stu- would be necessary for the University Coleman added that Southern
plained. dent employment on campus are of Florida to acqire toll- Bell Telephone Co. has discussedthe
not enforcable when the student diverting equipment which would possibility of free telephone
works for a local merchant. Me prevent students from using the service with University of Florida
"On campus employment is Clelland said. free phones to place long distance officials, and the cost of such an
handled through Dean Hayes K. To qualify for employment calls over the direct dialing system operation is the malnproblem con-
McClelland, of Student Affairs.We through the university a student
or from contacting the operator for fronting; the University.
handle vacation employment must have a 2.0 grade averagenot such service," said Smith.A GOP's MeetThe
becuase the other person Is hiringthe be on any type of social pro- survey was made recentlythat
student, we're not." bation, and may only work a max- indicated University of Florida Young Republican will meet
imum of 20 hours a week if he -, students make most of their telephone Thursday night at 8:30: In Room U6
is carrying the minimum of a 12 calls between 4:30 and of the Florida Union.
Exam Feb. 15 hour load. 6:00 p.m. on Thursday and Friday The purpose of the meeting is to
850 letters have been sent to .for this week i is Miss afternoons. The reason Jar the elect 1964 officers and discuss pro-
chamber of commerce members to determine the areason gram preparations for the coming
For TeachersAlachua Pat Rebol 20-year-old survey
urging them to join with the uni- campus where present tlephone year.
versity in requiring the use of education major from facilities are inadequate. _--
county teachers and university standards for their stu- addition to
Washington, D.C. Smith stated that in K.C. SirloinSTEAKS
those in
counties who
nearby dent help.
the survey he has received infor-
missed the Jan. 17 deadline for According to Dean McClelland,
mation from Florida State University -
qualifying for the National about 10 per cent of the student Council OpensThe on the operation of a free tele-
Teachers Examinations may still body is in a work force. "These phone service. Under the FSU sys-
enter late applications Dr. JohnV. students who work off campus 30 Legislative Council tem a student using a free phoneis 16 oz. $1.95
McQuitty, UF examiner, has and 40 hours a week are endangering will hold its first session of the unable to dial the operator.
announced.The winter trimester tonight, with 8oz. $1.50ALFORD'S
their health as well as their appointments lie added that this solution could
National Teacher Examina- academic standing and we hope to three vacant be used here except for the new
tions prepared and administered the businessmen's cooperation will positions and a special request direct dial system which does not
annually by the Educational Testing help us solve our problems," Me, from the University Choir high- require dialing the operator to TOWFR HOUSE
Service, will be given at the UF Clelland said. lighting the agenda.
make distance call.
a long
Saturday Feb. 15. Late applications The choir has submitted a request 210) E. Univ. Ave.
District Manager H.M.Coleman
accompanied by proper Smoker SetThe to the Council for funds to
examination fees,must be recleved travel to the New York World's
at the Educational Testing Servicein Delta Sigma Pi business Fair this summer. Three appointments -
Princeton, N.J., not later than fraternity will hold a smoker this to council offices made
Jan. 31, McQuitty said. Wednesday at 7 p.m. in Johnson vacant by first trimester dropoutswill
The test include the Common Lounge at the Florida Union. All also be made, Council Secre-
business majors are welcomed. tary Maurice Plumb said.
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Page 4 The Florida Alligator TuesdayJanuary 21,1964 .U,

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Collect Your InterestWhen HlALK DON'T MIXEITHER


we were kids In elementary school, the "March of Dimes"

used to fill the monthof January with a concentrated appeal for funds.

Each of us should be able to remember the cards we took home, and

were told we should fill with dimes saved from our allowance. The

picture that comes to mind Is one of a child standing on the top of a hill

rolling a small snowball toward the valley. As it progressed it became

Increasingly larger, until it reached mammoth proportions and poisedon

the verge of smashing a culprit (labeled 'polio") lurking there.

The caption was simply "The March of Dimes".
Those were the days when we understood little of what we were savingour T

dimes for: days when the words "infantile paralysis" conjuredup

only a vague picture of a child, disturbingly similar to us, sittingin .. ..
a wheel chair with some strange looking contraptions strapped to ... :rj: :: !:::::;:::::!

his legs. And the "March of Dimes" organization was some vague ...*......... .... .... m. L
power that was closely akin to a god. and needed our dimes. : ::::"':! ;. :: ]
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Since then millions of dollars and countless hours have been spentin '

research to develop vaccines that could virtually eliminate the : : ..),l
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diseases that were just vague words to us then. ....,.........:...'.... : ....
Since then we have learned that diseases spring from real causes, .'....:..,.............
.d can be combatted with a rational approach to research and pre-

vention. And some of us have learned to be suspicious of the purely

emotional plea for funds by charity organizations.Since Calls For 'Honest To God' Speech
then we have learned to take for granted the vaccines that have

been provided for our Immunizations. EDITOR: that indeed the Bible attributesthis evening address, question was

In short, since then we have matured and become sophisticated.So freedom to God, but, first, raised prompted by the statementhe

sophisticated in fact, that many of us will "forget" to take advantage The keynote lecturer for the the Bible must be recognizedas made on the division of labor

of the free dlstrib\ion of Sabin vaccine currently being carriedon Rellglon-in-Llie program told the "pre-logical," and, secondly, between science and religions pre-

at the infirmary.And Hillel Club audience that the gloryof this represented a "paradox." between science and religion. The

without having taken that coated lump of sugar, we renounce the the Bible is not that it is a Now a "paradox" is the attri- question -- Who was to do metaphysics -

title to ui old investment. book about God or gods, but thatit bution of glory (as in the word ? Sciences describe, religions -

From six to nine each evening.Go Is the epic of man. Man's "doxology") to two parallel prescribe or "existentialize -

pick up the interest on your dimes. freedom and responsibility are the aspects. One of these aspects, ," and philosophy analyzes. But

W.C.N. supreme Biblical, and thus Judeo- the freedom and responsibility of where in the curriculum of theo-

Christian, themes, he said. God, was not evident.In logical education -- formal or informal -
Asked whether God did not also the group which formed -- does metaphysics come

Inebriated Perambulation"If have his freedom, Dr. Arzt around Dr. Arzt in the Florida in ? Dr. Arzt thought that it was

responded, in his kind manner, Union Lounge following his Sunday possibly something the philoso-

you drink, don't walk. If you don't drive, don't walk." phers might want to do.
On Political SceneEDITOR
This pair of enigmatic statements sums up a recent study on pedestrian Opinions Few thinking people want to be

accidents in Ohio.Translated fed pat orthodoxies. On the other
This year the critics of student
into the UP campus vernacular, they are a warning to : government would do well to stop hand, conceivably the testimony
the barfly not to trust in the old belief that the good Lord watches over mumbling to themselves about the of Israel and the Church throughthe
fools and drunks. Campus politics is generally long centuries to the great
wretched state of affairs and take
The study lists some formidable statistics that Indicate that drinkingby thought of as a useless institu- "acts of God," the "history of
note of some of the candidates offering -
( the hoofer) is a major factor In pedestrian fatalities. tion, it's life blood coming from redemption," and waht St. Augus-
themselves for student government -
It also adds that 90 per cent of the adults killed were not licensedto aspiring young politicians hoping tine called "the prevenient
drive. someday to make the big time in are themes which should
One of these candidates, Dick
Adding these two facts with the murderous traffic on University state political circles. Many stu- for not be so easily, or painlessly,
Gober Gator party nominee
Avenue, and it would seem that the chances of an unlicensed inebriated dents would gladly dispense with sidestepped. Certainly these tra-
vice-president brings with him
Florida student making it home on foot are something less than nill. the whole concept of student government ditions about the freedom of God
into this campaign not only a
So when your roommate staggers out of the local pub, do him a excepting the fact that wealth of honors and activities have to do with man, or man would
favor by pouring him into a cab to send him home. student representation of some not have recorded and cherished
but also a rare and energetic
DON'T let him walk. kind is considered standard them. The "existentialist" key
desire to serve. The student
W.C.N. practice.in Is appropriate. But a "paradox"without
government critics may say: this....-
is just so much political bull, a "pa a-," and a dia-

I ,. How A Nation's Mind Is Made Up but those who know Dick realizehis logue" without a speaker on the
will need some probing
deep and abiding Interest in other end,
everything he does and his active Here is hoping that Prof.
Americans cannot be blamed if daughters being taught by an at- mind as they read books, maga- devotion to his study and his uni- Harmon Hoi com b's lecture

they do not know what to believe. heist. The whole thing was to be zines and newspapers, as they versity. His qualifications easily "Atheism Come of Age" Thursday

The other night, three successive kept secret; therefore, what the attend movies. Control of these fill a poop sheet, but he possesa evening will be "honest to God."

television shows offered curious parents didn't know wouldn't hurt devices of communications is rare quality that outshines any

heroes and villians. In the first, them -- or so the script implied.The largely in the hands of those who scrap of paper that of being a Prof. Emmanuel Gltlin

a fictional candidate for Governorwas would indoctrinate while they top-notch human being.

portrayed as a fool becausehis thin;that bothered us about entertain and/or inform. Their The University of Florida American BigotismEDITOR

platform called for reductionin all three programs was their messages are not labeled as student government critics and :
taxes. The pretty-boy hero, a opinions or editorials. Their tar-
superficial plausibility. Not only champions alike can only benefitby
private detective, came forth withan were the scripts for each pro- get Is an unsuspecting public and "going Gober" and makingthis Having read the letter of RichardH. I
there is for fear that the
economics lesson that was the room
gramswritten with skill,ommittlng truly a banner year for stu- Morris which appeared in your
stoutest endorsement of Socialism target is being repeatedly hit. I
any possibility that the viewer dent government. "Letters" January 15, 1964, I
since Lord Keynes was in his hey- Jesse HelmsWRALTV
might wonder about the other side experienced a feeling of contemptand
day in Britain. of the drama -- the casting of the Ed Jackson disgust.For .

Then followed one of those lawyer actors made It perfectly clear all of Mr. Morris's seven-

programs in which the villain was about the "good" guys and the The Florida teen years in the canal zone,living,
bigot who had the audacity to makea "bad" guys. Good looks courage one would hope, in a spirit of
speech calling for more and kindness were all on one side. Panamanians,
by United Press International friendship with the
patriotism and more awareness of The snarls, the sneers and the he seems to have developed no
what was going on in the country,
for stupidity were on the other. Editor .. ...... ..... ............. ... ...... ........ ..Walker Lundy understanding of or compassion
in the U.S. Supreme Court hero, Sometime later, when the tele- Managing Editor .......... ....... .... .... .... ........Bill Fuller for these people. He is, it would
The lawyer ,
example. waS and silent
the vision screen Assistant Managing Editor. ......... .. ..... ..........JohnAskins seem, another exampleof abigoted
of course, thought Supreme we wondered how many people Editorial Editor ...... ... .... .... .... .... .... ...Wayne Norfleet American, closing his eye,

Court was just dandy, and Impos- among the uncounted millions who Sports Editor .... ........ ...... ... ........ ....Dave Berkowitz shutting his ears to anything that

sible of error. with the saw the three shows stopped to Wire Editor .. .... ..... ........ .... ......... ...It... Bob Thomas is contrary to his extremely nationalistic -
Next was a what
program hero ponder the implications of Feature Editor .... .. ...... ...It ... .. .. .. .... .. Cynthia Tunstall outlook.Historically .
most curious and improbable beliefin
whodidn't they had just seen. Does Campus Living Editor ...... ..... ........ .... .Judy Lynn Prince the United States
of all -- a college professor God have any right to be defended in
Editorial Assistants.. John Hancock, Ernie Lltz Glenn cannot be proud of its
believe in God. The chair- on television; Do those who Laney, Latin
Gail Sobering, Nancy Zimmet Alan the development of
man of the college's board hold well-considered apprehensions Betty Wendt, and
Betsy Garrison.Reporters..Mike. America. Panama and others
of trustees was the villain of coursehe
-- thought the professor oughtto about what's: happening in Power, Jim Castello, Phil Hevener, Joel Gaston, have ;Jistifiable reasons based on
go somewhere else to teach, America have a right to be por- Douglas Molitor, Donlta Mathison, Sally Stock, Kathie Martin, Carol past history to be distrustful

to a school where atheistic pro- trayed as honorable, intelligent Nobis, Ann Carter, Joe Kollln, Pam Pulley, Agnes Fowles, Ronald the United States.

fessors are in demand. citizens? Does a candidate who Meserve, Bob DeLoach, Fran Snider, Fred Lane, Kathrine Duda, When we in America have become -

The fellows who wrote the tele- believes that government spendingand Jean Fagot, Judy Teich, Evan Engle, George Mims, Phil Geyer, adult enough to assume our

vision scripts worked everything taxation are getting out of hand Steve Vaughn, Don Federman, Becky Quinn, Larry Zimmerman, responsibilities as a world power,

r out, of course. The sweet, cour- deserve to have his views Jackie Cornelius, Pat Hogan, Charner Powell, Patti Pitz, Gary and realize that other people and
ageous little atheistic college pro- presented fairly and honestly -- Williams, Don Davis, Terry Rogers, and Sue Haugsted. other nations must be treated with

fessor won out in the end. His instead of portraying him as a THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student respect (and not referred to as

"right" to his Job was upheld. clown; the University of Florida and is published five times weekly newspaper of "another pip squeek country")

Nothing was mentioned, of course, during the months of May, June, and July, when a weekly issue is except pub- possible we shall find that we have
about the rights of parents who These are thoughts that lished. THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is entered as second class matterat more friends in the world.

might object to their sons and the American public ought to bear the United State Post Office at Gainesville, Fla.
William P. Harper 3EG



Tuesday,January 21,1964 The Florida Alligator I Page 5

Arzt Explores

Religious Age i ,t qtr

Of Transition

We are living in an age of religious to pie in the sky," he said.

transition, Dr. Max Ant "Religion has too much poetryand

said in a speech opening Rehgion- not enough prose. To be mean- I ,. 1r

in-Life Week Sunday night. ingful today religion has to invade ? I f L

"We have moved out of the age reality and not be too busy with V r

of faith -- which was the age of other-worldly commitment. We A

our forefathers -- into an age of must find a form and formula for aa

alienation where man is searchingfor ancient Ideal in modern ideas.

himself and for his role in "We need fervor and fellowship
the world," Dr. Atzt, vice chan- but the problem is how do we .k. A

cellor of the Jewish Theological go about it," he said.Interrelationships. ,
Seminary of America, said. was his ; y
Speaking on "Religion Encounters answer. "it N

a New Age," he said that "You cannot live religion in the NI l

in the 19th century man lost his singular; It must be live in the t! ''," V,

faith in God, and in the 20th centuryhe plural. That is why we have __'-0

lost his faith in man. churches, the various languages of

"In this new age there is the the active symbols of religiouslife Dr. Nathan Scott SpeakerAt

problem of translating the con- ," he said.Addressing.

cepts of the Bible into words of an all-university

relevance for our time a convocation at 11 o'clock Monday

translation of ancient ideal into morning in the Florida Gym- Luncheon ConferenceNathan

modern meaning."An nasium, Dr. Franklin Clark Fry,
attempt at translations Is chairman of the Central committeeof t
A. Scott Jr., Professorof lie is also a Fellow in the Soci- the University of Michigan, a B.D.
being made by all religions, and the world council of churches,
from Union
theology and literature at the Theological Seminary,
when .'is translation is done we spoke on "Man in a World he ety for Religion in Higher and I
University of Chicago Divinity a Ph.D. from Columbia Uni-
will enter a new ecumenical age Never Made." Education.Dr. .
School, will speak today on "The versity.
Scott received a B.A. from
where dialogue between the Following the convocation Dr.
religions Comic Imagination and the _""'......."""., m__ '... 'no...w..__ .....u.<.<.....__........w.<. .......... '...........<.......h....0<<...........HO<...'."..d....".........."..... can take place on a new Fry, who is also president of the Christian Faith," .. i \ijl.; ;. ... :j0jW; :' lFj it
level he predicted.Dr. Lutheran Church in America '
His speech Is scheduled" for the
Arzt said each religion must spoke to a luncheon group on"The Florida Pastors' Conference at9a..m. V.oIT. I

re-interpret its teachings in the Ecumenical Movement Today." .

light of scientific discovery and Monday evening Dr. Nathan A. : I
(Continued From Page 1))
each must begin to stress the build- Scott, Jr., associate professor of

ing of the kingdom of Godonearth. theology and literature at the Uni- He speaks again at a 12:10 dent Government, has Impressedme for student government, discussing

"There has been too much em- versity of Chicago, spoke on "The luncheon in the Student Service with two facts. my plans for opening stu-

phasis on other-wordliness. Religion vision of Man in Contemporary Literat'lre" Center on "The Cost of a Strange First, that Student Governmenthas dent government to more students,
the potential to perform great and of inform-
cannot escape the respon- In the UniversityAudit New Discipleship (As Seen in the Introducing means

sibilities of this earth by pointing rium at 7:30 p.m.Doctor Theater of Samuel Beckett)." service for you, the student. ing students about your self-

.... -.a.. ..&... he Second, that the term of office government and how it can work
Monday afternoon spoke on
III- 'X w is long enough to put knowledgeand for you.
"The State of Criticism Today,
experience to work. It is As an Independent living in the
in Johnson Lounge, Florida Union,
To NOT LONG ENOUGH TO LEARN dorms for years, I observed var-
SpeakOn and Monday night delivered an address -
STUDENT GOVERNMENT FROM ious judgments about Student Government -
"The Vision of Man in Contemporary -
Literature."inUniver- SCRATCH, AND THEN BEGIN Student Government

WORK.It should not be a Joke. To admin-

Man And Bible sity Auditorium.Dr. is my plan to put the know- istration sources, to people out

ledge and experience I have gained in the state, student governmentis

Scott related the tragedyin this year to work for you in Stu- your personal, elected repre-

literature to the modern theo- dent Government. This means sentative, chosen to representyour
Dr. Max Arzt, vicechancellorof of Man in the Bible." Later Sun- logian's point of view in his NEW IDEAS: it means new people needs and Interests.

the Jewish Theological Semin- day he spoke at University Audi- address. bringing Student Government I pledge you my fullest effortto

ary of America, spce Sunday at torium on Religion Encounters; He also said modern Christi- closer to the students in the dorms.It make these few weeks the beginning -

the first i 1964 Religion-in-Life a New Age." anity does not encourage the true means a stronger voice for the of a new,determined driveto

activity, a luncheon at Hillel Today he will speak at 2:45 at relationship between the sufferingof students.To make STUDENT SELF-

Foundation. First Christian Church on "The Christ on the cross and modernman. achieve these new goals, I GOVERNMENT A STHONG,

His theme was "The Doctrine New Bible Translation," for the will be speaking with you duringthe SERVICE MINDED VOICE for you

.Mjff; Wf.fiMt111m1m: : ; M fWJ1; i.1 WWtt; Florida Pastors' Conference. campaign, hearing your ideas in the new year, 196465.in .
: Prior to his appointment as
It: : Today's tilI } vice chancellor, Dr.Arzt servedas Dr. Scott, am Episcopal priest, li r..1<< .m f1.t >.. ..:;:;.::;.;".... .; .,'" :(;( ': %A,'::;:>'j/ / ", ,;"" ,':11f ;ij

I ...Schedule!: \\i ir ; activities director, a of post field to which service he was and has written and literature eight books, including on religion a- : GatorContinued _J

r j 9 a.m. FLORIDA PAS ;;\\\ named in 1939. study of Albert Camus, and I. I
also as Israel Gold- antoher, to be published this year, Ibody
\ : TORS' CONFERENCE -- tt\; \ lie serves Beckett.He ( From Page 1))
Practical on
Dr. Nathan Scott speaks ;: stein Professor
the Faculty of the has also written articles for representative of student various residence halls
; ; on "The Comic Imagination :/\ Theology on on cam-
: and the Christian :.;;;:j Rabbinical School oftheSeminary.Dr. numerous Journals and reviews, needs but more of a training ground pus. During this time I have

: ; Faith" at First Christian ;:; Arzt served as presidentof and has contributed essays to nine for budding "politicians." become closely Identified with the

: Church. the Rabbinical Assembly of symposia.Dr. I believe that the student shouldbe lifeblood of the university

I ; 10:30 a.m. PASTORS' ';,. America In 1939. He is former Scott is co-editor of The put back into Student Govern- system... the independent dormi-
I J : of the Journal of Religion and literary For the four trimesters
1. CONFERENCE -- Dr. D. vice president Synagogue ment. past tory student. Unfortuantely, this
I L. Scudder speaks at Council of America, and was editor of The Christian Scholar. I have lived and worked is also the student who has most

: First Christian Churchon chairman of the Joint Prayer Book often been neglected in the

"The Idea of God." Commission of the United Integrity Of WorldIs administration of Student Gpvern-

:. 12:10: p.m. LUNCHEON :,' Synagogue and the Rabbinical As- ment.

-- Dr. Scott speaks at the ;: sembly.
Student Government should
of the Trans-
Student Service Center on .: lie is a member ConcernCastor
which Is atune itself to the needs and desires -
.. lation Committee prepar-
"A Strange New Disci- (
of the students. Channelsof
ing a completely
pelship. W'
,,1 2:15 p. m. PASTORS' .i translation of the Holy Scriptures By EVAN ENGLE have a counter-part struggle communications between should Student be Government reopened -

.{ under the auspices of the Jewish Staff Writer"ReligioninLife against the church and the free -
and the individual
of America. world. I entertained the so
Publication Society never
Carl Michalson speaks at \
that the real of Student
;: From 1921-24, he served as Week is con- idea from a religious or moral purpose
First Christian Church ;;: Government be reestablished
:; rabbi of Temple Beth El, Stam- cerned with the integrity of the view that we'll change the world. can
on "Demythologizing and ... service to the student .
ford Connecticut. In 1924, he world in terms of creators, will, "Religion makes Inroads body.Ur1er
Meaningful Faith. ::\; of
:: : accepted the call to the pulpitof and purpose. It's to assure the through people and societies. Evil existing patterns Stu-
7:30 ADDRESS ;{
p.m. dent Government the individualstudent
rt: Temple Israel, Scranton. seam hing, questioning, doubtingr makes inroads into the flanks of ,
-- Dr. Michalson speaksat often feels to
Auditorium Y Hon % '4m that religion Isn't stagnant, religion at the Individual, social, helpless con-
University tribute
service to
any our campus.
'c : is alive and vibrant as it everi and church levels.
"How To Know the ) Unless he is member of
Concert SetThe and even more so under todays "God is the overruler of the a apower
Hidden God. H bloc this Is all too often the case.
hallenge. It flourishes,not under world and man is ought in his
8:30 p.m. COFFEE : The Gator is to
great numbers of people, but in own selfishness and caught In the Party open
student would
faculty concert orglnally inward strength," said the Rev.D. struggle," he said. every on campus who
Johnson Lounge, Florida like to in this
l' scheduled for 8:15 p.m.Wednes- Frederick Castor, pastor of the The Rev.Castor attended Lenorl participate campaign -
Union. and in full of
10 DORMITORY ;,> day in University Auditorium has University Lutheran Church. Rhyne College in Hickory, N.C. a year
Student Government.
p.m. been cancelled. It will be pre- "The church realizes it never He received his training at the ingful

DISCUSSION GROUPS. sented later in the year, will reform the world because of Lutheran Theological Seminary in invite and encourge you to help

the music department said. daiholic forces in the world which Columbia, S.C. us bring Student Government barkto

..;: ii'W: ",."r..; ". .:. "y" the students.


6 The Florida Alligator TuesdayJanuary 21,1964

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SKIER, 65 Horse Gray marine and lease $ 12 5 per month. Located $300. Also 1959 all state motor- of exclusive product for
trailer all in good condition.$425. near Littlewood Elementary cycle. Both in excellent condition agressive student or couple with
See at Gator Movie. E. Univer- School. 3 bedroom, 2 baths. Call call Allen or Glenn 29476. (G- car. Call Hill 376-2622 ext. 8.
sity Ave. (A-76-5t-c). Arnold Realty Co. 2-3522. (B-77- 75-5t-c). Call this A.M. (E-78-lt-p).

MICROSCOPE American Optical. PAID POSITION open for sales-
1956 DODGE V-8 ROYAL by orlg.
Biofocal, mechanical stage, APARTMENT furnished air-con owner. Excellent condition. RandH. man on ALLIGATOR staff. Call
attached light source. 3 power ditioned. Like a small home Power lute trans. Performs University ext 2832 for appoint-
lens with oil immersion lens,case. near campus. Also room in private like new. Brand new W.W. nylon ment. (E-77-tf-p).
$350. 2-0627. (A-76-3t-c).
home with or without kitchen tubless tires. Only $435. Call 2-
HOME BUY. Under $20,000 privileges. Home atmosphere. 3750 (G-5t-76-c). STUDENT WIVES -- HAVING
6-0410. (B-67-L). MONEY PROBLEMS? Letusshowyou
this charming 3 br, 2 bath
1962 AUSTIN HEALEY 3000 MKII. how other women in our city
Located on a large lot on
street. Fenced backyard for ROOMS FOR MEN -- 1 block to Black and red racing stripes, are earning in their spare time.
and pets. Handsome liv- campus. Central heat, air con- blue interior.Wire wheels, heater, EARN $20 to $50 weekly. Act now!
room opens into screened ditioning, utilities furnished. $35. road lights. Reasonably priced. Call Avon Manager Mrs. Burns
Telephone Arnold Realty Per month. Double occupancy.Arnold Call Mike 2-9490. (G-70-tf-c). 20421. (E-77-3t-c).

o. 3723522. (A-77-5t-c). Realty Co.1219 W.University
Ave. (B-72-5t-c). 1957 BUICK SPECIAL convertible.
ELECTRIC stove West- Power steering and brakes, radio,
4 heating units, full size FURNISHED 2 bedroom apart- heater working. $450.00 NET call
As new $80.00 cash. Call ment. Half block from campus. Hans Grover. FR 2-0681 or FR6- Hits
6-9742 1127 N.E. 22nd Kitchen with electric stove and 3261 ext. 2706. (G-73-3t-p).
G aJnesv11le, .(A-3t-75-p). refrigerator. Suitable for up to

4 girls or a family. Available '55 PONTIAC Convertible top, BackBy
Feb. 1st. FR 6-4300 evenings bet- good condition. NEW: brakes,
Situations Wanted
; ween 5 and 6. (B-78-3t-c). electrical system, fuel pump. Will DON FEDERMANA
trade for newer car,paying! Even-
ROLL TENORSAX player WILL RENT my lovely GUEST ings Apt. 271-30 Schucht Village' letter appearing in today's
work. Call Loper 6-9644. ROOM by day or week. Located afternoons. (G-tf-78-p). Alligator from Otis Ray of the
F-75-3t-p). across from campus.321 S.W. 13th Gainesville Drive-In criticizes me
St. (B-78-lt-c). 58 VW SEDAN with sun roof. Radio for attacking his box office
SAX-MAN is heater, good transportation. "sacred cows." Not that I mind
for job with rock and roll DOUBLE ROOMS FOR RENT. Pri- Reasonable. Call FR 2-7907 during his criticism (in fact, I laughedat
(OO'r,1 Can also double on bass, vate entrance, maid service,well- noon hour. (G-78-3t-c). his letter all the way to the
classroom) but rather I mind
or drums. Call 376-5411 heated. $22.50 per month. Call ,
6:00 p.m. and 12:00 p.m. 2-9222. (B-76-5t-c). JUNKER FOR SALE. You have his subtle insistence on how and
what I should write. Letters like
I it for 1951
for Larry (F-74-3t-p). seen on Campus years.
$ LARGE, MODERN, 1 bedroom Pontiac convertible. No top, no this mean one thing "them's
( ) DO WASHING, Cleaning, Mend- apartment. Completely furnished; color, 3-1/2 fenders. Make fightin' words."
American and Foreign 2 blocks from Campus. Call 2- offer. Call 68728. (G-77-5t-c). Mr. Ray makes it very clear
Experienced white 5640 after 5 p.m. preferably that Doris Day, his heart and
Will work 1 or 4 days. between 5 and 7 p.m. (B-77-tf-c). wallet's greatest joy,has smashedall
RjJ box office records for the past
after 5 25269. (F-78-3U
( ) ). four years. What he doesn't make
clear is the prolific number of
movies Miss has made in
infants and children in private Day
tost,'& .Found WILL CARE FOR CHILDREN BY home. 1-1/2 miles west of Field's that time and the prolific numberof
the week or on week-ends or while Plaza. Best references. 67673. "tasteless wonders"' that makeup
THE GIRL WHO PICKED you are on trip. 5-2194 Archer, (M-77-5t-c). the greater part of the Amer-
A BEIGE DEBUTOG TRENCH Florida (J-75-3t-c). ican movie audience.

T at the Sigma Nu House Sat. TYPING Theses, Term papers and What Mr. Ray's philosophy (and
Japanese Flower Arrangements you're not alone Otis) amountsto
llth please contact Karen Vinci Reports. Fast, Accurate, Rea-
1012.Phone 2-3621 RawlingsHall. taught by well experienced top sonable. Typed on electric type- can be summed up in the following -
(L-76-3t-p). licensed instructress on interna- writer with elite type. Mrs.Betty two postulates that he lives
tionally famed SOGETSU school Ogletree 4105 N.W. 13th Place. by: 1. The greatness of a movieis
LOST-A small silver gold wrist for the first time in Florida from Phone 6-0995. (m-77-MTTH-c). directly proportional to the
I Between Matherly and Tokyo. Courses leading to license. amount of money it grosses.
Rawlings. Contact Wendy Gross. Phone after 6. 6-0896 Mrs. or 2. The "public" is the ultimate
1067 Rawlings Hall. (L-78- Dr. Sonu. (J-76-5t-c). Help Wanted criterion for any work of art.
). oJ Note how these postulates can
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Corner S.W. 12th St. Some kinda train or something? press print shop needs part-time that "the relative merit of an
5th Ave. Call FR 2-4200. (L- 1390. (J-78-lt-c). help with some experience in artistic work is directly relatedto
.._ __ __ _____ ___ _
-3t-c). m >> i B camera and stripping department.Also its value as a commodity."
( INVESTIGATE ACCIDENTS. Earn needs linotype operator, It is easy to see how this typeof
$750 to $1,000 monthly. Men urgently make up or Kluge operator. thinking leads to the debunkmentand
Wanted ; needed. Car furnished. Central Fla. Printing 1823 Hawthorne general unpopularity of such

Expenses paid. No selling. No Road 6-4321.E-74.5t-c). movie-makers as Kazan,Truffaut,
[ WANTED -- Female roommate to prior experience necessary. Pick and Welles. No wonder so many
share apartment with 3 other girls. own job location. Investigate full WAITER WANTED, experienced theatre managers, Instead of
Near Campus. Rent $75. Call time. Or earn $6.44 per hour possible. Apply in person at asking the question of, "What are
between 4:30-6:30 FR26986.C spare time. Write today for free Larry's Wonderhouse. S.W.lst its qualities?" choose to ask,
77-3t-c). information. No obligation, Uni- St. Behind Sears. (E-75-tf-c). "Will it sell?"
versal, CCA-1, 6801 Hillcrest, Fortunately Mr. Ray,your value
I NIWI Dallas 5, Texas. (J-75-4t-p). system hasn't totally submergedthe
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I YOU LIKE GIRLS? We can help in education have
DRIYI 1N 741A711Jd00 Autos you satisfy both interests!! Our eliminated some of the tasteless
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company men
wonders. In fact, there is a
Held Over! 2nd Big Week 1960 PORJsCHt: 1600 WhiteCoupe.Call present our investment program to renewed theorem circulatingwhich

-cpt" L'3'; SCIat/ 2-1835 after 5 p.m. May single working girls in the promises to destroy the
be seen at Century Tower duringthe Gainesville area. Average earn- antiquated ideas which
.. ......... you, Mr.
Laurence "' ''n.l.n.a ings $4.50 per hour. Phone Mr.
"- day. (G-75-5t-c). Ray, so smugly cling to. The
dor day Gibson, University Inn Motel Mon, theorem simply states: THE
jamett Tues 1-4 (E-76-3t-c).
garner :: PUBLIC IS A FRAUD! The fact
wily bergvn 1 t that a certain local indoor theatre
!' r..o f..... I I1. FLORIDA remains solvent despite its
I "' '
F ,, ptmor. Irw r\ A 1k showing of those "crazy art
JMesCicoAE 7 movies" gives me some hope that
."t 7:15-10:30 t .
,over i
this theorem will soon have the
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TuesdayJanuary 21,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 7 ,ofif'

Panama Emissary

Will Be Sent To U.S. '\ .' "',t' ,

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I PANAMA CITY (UPI) Canal r Yr <
regional office is in San Jose, ambassadorsexcepting Com-
I residents sent an emissary Costa
Zone Rica. President
munist Cuba to a briefing at
I to Washington yesterday to explain Chiari scheduled a television the United Nations where he said e
I their role in the explosive report to the nation to update the Panama was debating whether to

I Panama crisis and to urge a trim nation on Panama's strategy in the summon the Security Council to \j 4 +tj -
I U.s. stand. continuing crisis.
a new meeting or to ask for an
I The airlift of UJS. dependents Panama's new moves on the extraordinary s e s s s i ion of the ,$
I from Panama continued with about diplomatic front included a plea General Assembly.New .
I 1,100 American civilians flown by United Nations ambassador, -

I out since last Wednesday to the Aquilino Boyd, for "more ener- political friction betweenthe

Charleston, S.C. Air Force Base. getic action"by the Security Council two nations was threatened with
Also en route to the United States on its charges against the the dispatch by Canal Zone resi-

was an American youth, James United States. dents of a prominent "Zonlan"

Jenkins, 17, sent as a safety pre- Boyd summoned LaUnAmerlcanStassen to explain the' position. Y yf
caution after his involvement in

the flag Incident here.
The Panamanian Dar Association Throws f

I said it would charge the United
States with "violations of human
right before the International

Commission of Jurists whose Hat In RingWASHINGTON

SGER Steps Up
(UPI) Harold E. support if I do win the nomination -
Stassen announced yesterday he ," Stassen said.
Vote DrivePlan will make a third try for the Stassen, now a member of a ANCIENT TIGER SKULL FOUND

Republican presidential nomina- Philadelphia law firm, has not .by Kent Ainslie (right), of Gainesville High, who
tion with a program "based solid- won since his
a political race
are developing for the voter checks his find with UF paleontologist Bjorn
ly on the principles and policiesof three terms as governor of Min-
registration drive currently
planned by tl._ UF's Student Groupfor Gen. Eisenhower's eight great nesota. In 1952 the Minnesota Kurten. The fossil is a Pleistocene age tiger found in
years as President." GOP delegation, backing Stassen, Suwannee
Equal Rights and other area County.
switched its support to Eisenhowerat
civic organizations.The .
drive is aimed primarilyat The 56-year-old former "boy crucial moment in convention
wonder" of balloting to give Eisenhower the NewsRuby
Gainesville's Negro population, Republican politics, I Packaged I
but effort is being made to facilitate who was elected governor of Min- necessary margin over the late
the nesota at the age of 31, has tried Sen. Robert A. Taft of Ohio.
registration of citizens
twice before-in 1948 and 1952. Trial Peace Letter
throughout county, and to pro-

vide them with instructions in GOP He also convention was keynoter and handled of the Wen-1940 Income Tax DALLAS (UPI)'- Tense and GENEVA (UPI) The Uni-

voting procedures and the use of far from his dapper self,Jack ted States will offer President
dell Willkie's fight for the nomina-
voting machines. Ruby went to court yesterdayto Johnson's peace letter to Soviet -
Speech try to win freedom on bondin Premier Nikita S.

Supervisor of Registration Alma! the slaying of accused Khrushchev as Its" idp-
Bethea has announed special night He tried unsuccessfully in 1956 scientific defense of the pro- assassin Lee Harvey Oswald.A line" for stepbystepsettlements -
openings of the court house--until to have the convention dump Rich- gressive income tax is the sub- defense psychologist said at the 17-nation disarmament -

9 p.m. today,. and Jan 23, to pro- ard M. Nixon as its vice pre- ject of an address by a noted he suffered from brain conference resuming -
vide more time for prospectivevoters sidential nominee. political economist at the UF damage, and a form of here today diplomatic

to register. In addition, Thursday.Dr. epilepsy. sources said yesterday.
Mrs. Bethea said she is sending James Buchanan who occu- Over prosecution obJections -
Stassen announced his plans and 7 More Sites
deputies to register shut-ins and pies the Paul G. McIntire Chairof Ruby's high -
convalescents. his platform at a news conference Economics at the Universityof powered battery of defense TALLAHASSEE (UPI-The ...
here. He said he will enter the
Officials are emphasizing the Virginia, Is scheduled to speakon lawyers sought to show he was Board of Control said yes
week of Jan. 20 through 28 in their New Hampshire primary, the May the topic at 3:40 p.m. In Room not mentally competent when terday that seven now sites
5 of Columbia
effort to register the Negro vote primaryand 18 of Matherly Hall. His talk he shot Oswald Nov.24 beforea offered in the past week by
"certain other
potential, but in the meantime, primaries. is sponsored by the College of nationwide television audi- Orange and Seminole counties
the county courthouse in Gaines- Business Administration.Dr. ence. has brought to 11 the number

ville's downtown square .. open Stassen said he and "six or Buchanan Is Director of Ruby seemed 111 at ease as of locations proposed) for a
every week day from 9 a.m. to seven others" have been urgedby the Thomas Jefferson Center for the bail bond hearing beganIn new space-age university.
5 p.m. Eisenhower to enter the Republican Studies in Political Economy. Judge Joe B.Brown's criminal Three sites were added In
race to "enlarge the de- Author of several books in the district court. Police the last few days to four new
bate." field of public finance and the national slipped him from an upstairs ones proposed) after the board
Two city elections are scheduledfor
debt, Dr Buchanan's stand- maximum security cell to the was unable to agree at its
Feb. 11, and March 17.The firstof
Ing in the field is current presi- heavily guarded courtroom last meeting on the one best
these will be for property ownersto
"}Ie has assured me of very dent of the Southern Economic three hours before the session location for the east-central
vote on the proposed $6 million
thorough and enthusiastic final Association. began. Florida facility.
bond Issue for capital improvements I I
and the latter will elect
two city commissioners. Registration -
for the bond election will Those who know say:
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Kentucky Fourth Page 8 The Florida Alligator Tuesday January 21,1964

I UCLA Widens Lead In Cage RaceNEW

YORK (UPI) .- Surging by 32 of the 35 coaches on the advance In the top 10, climbing the Western Conference rated 15th.
Wichita broke into the exclusivetop UPI board and piled up 346 points, three places to seventh on the Bradley, Utah State, Illinois,
10 Monday and UCLA, the four short of a perfect 350 rating. strength of its 12-1 record which New Mexico, and Stanford filled
nation's No. 1 college basketball Runnerup Loyola of Chicago was Includes a current victory stringof out the top 20.National.
team, opened up the widest first- 00 points behind and third -- eight. Duke retained the No. 9
place margin of the season in the ranked Michigan trailed UCLA by spot and Oregon State, which split
United Press International ratings. 96. tow games with Oregon over the
Davidson, one of the three unbeaten weekend, dropped from seventh to W-L Points
Wichita, winner of seven con- major teams along with
secutive games and threatening to UCLA and 12th ranked DePaul, 10th.The ratings are based on games 1. UCLA 15-0 346
make a shambles of the rugged closed within one point of Kentucky, played through Saturday Jan. 18. 2. Loyola,111 11-1 256
Missouri Valley Conference race, the No. 4 team, In fifth place. Texas Western 15-1 continuedto 3. Michigan 12-1 250
vaulted from 12th to eighth place. Davidson, with one firstplaceballot lead the secon 10 in 11th place 4. Kentucky 13-2 198
Wichita was the first new entrantin and Kentucky, with two, followed by steadily climbing De- 5. Davidson 14-0 197
the UPI top 10 in a month. were the only teams besides UCLAto Paul, in 12th. Oklahoma State, the 6. Vanderbilt 13-1 150
There was no change in the draw a vote for the top spot. Big Eight leader, ranked 13th;Cincinnati 7. Villanova 12-1 95
positions of the first six teamsin Vanderbilt 13 1 remained in sixth a top 10 member ill season 8. Wichita 13-3 86
the standings. place. but loser of its last two games 9. Duke 10-3 82
Unbeaten UCLA was ranked first VIllanova made the only other dropped to 14th and Utah, leading 10.Oregon State 14-3 70
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> ALLIGATOR Richard Peek Has AmbitionTo

I SPORTS f Play For SEC ChampsBy

r PAM PULLEY season.A really good basketball players.One
Sports Writer physical education major who is a senior in high school, is 6-9
Helping the Gators win the South reads novels and plays the guitarfor and averages 27 points a game.
.N"Z' Zu .n.w, : : eastern Conference basketball relaxation, Richard has com- My other brother plays ninth grade
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n< Peek's main ambition."It the role of basketball hero. Richard said with a grin.
would be great If Florida "I have two brothers who are

could win the championship.There ". ,, "" ., "' .,....,............,.,..,.................,.........,..,,....,........w..m..,... .... ,.,..,.. ..z....'
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f would be a lot of honors, but just l: -B i
.i winning the championship would be t.
the great thing," says the SEC's : WUFT $.,
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tallest forward.A :
,d sophomore averaging ten I 1Iili:1i1 ::::
Peek feels that he UF-B Contest
points a game, i1::x;;; ama $ :.{
must improve on his outside shoot-

goal.ing to help the team achieve this ''I The Florida-Alabama basketball game will be televised in r .'.,f

Gainesville and the surrounding area Monday night, January 11' 11
"Every time I shoot for the .
: 27 over WUFT-TV channel 5. it. :ji
basket, it's tough no matter whereI ;: :: However a radio will also be necessary for viewing the 1'1:1
'T s am, but the outside shooting givesme k game as only the video portion of the telecast will be broad- ::::..::
__ the most trouble. It really ::;:)
cast. The sound portion of the game will be broadcast r
v takes a lot of to shoot .
practice j> over the WRUF radio with Otis Boggs doing the play-by-play. f.i:
from the outside effectively," Peek ]. } WUFT will have two student manned cameras at the game, t"i:: :

a said.A. shooting the action as well as crowd shots during time outs i:1:
.""f p graduate of Escambia High f ;; and halftime. t..ii' ::
School in Pensacola, Peek seesa "This is a unique idea that WUFT Is presenting to the >P".:'11
lot of difficult games ahead for Gainesville area as a public service feature," said John t.. '.::j
f the Gators. :' Haney, program director for WUFT. "If it is successful, [.' !
"Alabama is strong, and U we the idea might be expanded next season to cover all home l'j::
get past them, then we'll really games when the station is on the air." f!::':'s
have the big teams to face in ? This, however, would not be a solution to the crowd problems 1..1:
Kentucky and Tennessee.They will expected at the Kentucky game because WUFT only r:.: i
decide what we do--whether we operates on Weekdays. r: !
win the championship or just Haney brought the idea with him from the University of ft.
.- place," he said. i. North Carolina where they did it for all home games. N.4:
RICHARD PEEK Richard, who says his biggest }j c Channel 5's area includes Palatka and Lake City. Gator thrill In basketball is just winning, > a fans can listen to the game on WWPF in Palatka and WDSRJ: :/;
.goes up for shot against Auburn. It takes extra effort Is usually unaffected by fan reaction -

like this to make a championship team. during the tense moments of ..iiit5Bi :i '
a game. ?.. EE :

..,. "I don't really hear them on the
floor. If I do something well and
the fans cheer, my ears open up Orange Bowl StandingsBlue
for a brief moment, but that is all.
OUR MET "As for the boos, I don't pay
any attention to them. I know that Goes NighttimeMIAMI
e any shot I try is important, and I
SHoP is A feel badly if I miss. It's just the Gamma Delta 530
r- pressure of a situation that makes (UPI) The Orange
the fans react in different ways," Bowl announced Monday that its Lambda Chi Alpha 517
4qf Peek said. New Year's Day football game will Delta Upsilon 404
VIRTUAL \ Peek leads the Gators In be played at night for the next Chi Phi 392
rebounds, despite being hamperedby three years under a $900,000 deal
0 a knee injured earlier in the with the National Broadcasting Pi Kappa Phi i 343

ALLEY OFt ( t ) (NBC). Tau Kappa Epsilon 341

PancoastOn Delta Chi 259
In a move designed to void daytime -
E l.. cAcIE Sctarmattella'5 StaffTAMPA competition with other major Phi Epsilon Pi 245
New Year's Day bowl contests, Alpha Gamma Rho 195
the Orange Bowl thus will becomethe
(UPI) Uni-
Delta Sigma Phi 160
versity of Tampa head football first major bowl game ever to
coach Fred Pancoast will be played at night. Mural Results
NBC Vice President
Carl Linde-
join the University of Florida
coaching staff next season as mann Jr., joining the Orange Bowl
offensive end coach, Florida Committee in a news conference ORANGE LEAGUE
head coach Ray Graves announced announcement said the Orange Bowling:
here Bowl would be televised at about
Pancoast played yesterday.quarter- 8 p.m. EST, and would follow NBC BTP 1535 SN 1527

back for Tampa 1949 through television of the Sugar Bowl game
1952 and returned to the and then the Rose Bowl game.
school in 1958: as an assistantto Lindemann said the Rose Bowl Basketball:
.. tff 1'4' t @ ., coach Marcelllno Huerta. game traditionally was the most Maxwell Deamons 31 -
When Huerta left two years popular bowl game among tele-
Gourmet Shop Delicatessen Dining Room ago to go to Wichita University vision viewers and that as"a lead- Bombers 27.
Pancoast took overas in" to the Orange Bowl game wouldat Flavet III 18 Doc's 16
Open 7 days a week 11 am to 9 pm. 706 W. Univ. head coach. least double the audience for
the Miami game.