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SG's Food Service Report Results In PromisesBy


PHIL HEVENER ed from students, and I'm telling exchange of Information." Government. we've had to wait for a govern-
Staff WriterA you that I would most certainlybe Quality in one form or anotherwas Welborn told the group,"I would ment Inspector before we could geta
at odds with anything which the principal topic of con- like them (committee members) load of beef from Jacksonville -
detailed Student GovernmentSG doesn't attempt to provide a mu- versation at the meeting of Hale, to go down to our lockers and --."
( ) survey of Food Service opera- tual approach to the problem. The Welborn, Elmore, and members of store rooms and see what quality "But it is what students see and
tions was unveiled yesterday committee is a bridge for It! the study committee and Student is..why there have been times taste," Groves countered, "that
afternoon and nothing more serve as the entire basis for their
startling then a vow to work toward Judge of quality."
a positive end resulted."I "I think we'd better define some
think we reached a point terms," Elmore said. "Is it
this afternoon," said Dean of stu- cooked to the individuals taste?

dent Affairs Lester Hale, "that Is that what you mean by quality,
will allow us to gain somethingof because a statement ot poor quality
material advantage."In is something that has to be chal-
doing this survey," Hale lenged."
told Gay Welborn, Food Service "Let's not forget the student's
director, and William Elmore, responsibility to dress decently
Food Service associate business F when they come in to the cafe-

manager, "however well or badly, teria or any other food area,"

SG is attempting to funnel to you HENDRICK GROVE WELBORN HALE Hale broke in. "I've seen some
what information they have gather- ( See FOOD Page 7)) _

I The Florida AllIgatorVol.56

.56, No.84 University of FloridaGainesville Wednesday,January 29,1964

-.r :,!'' B3SDPOLITICAL::; ROUNDUP t 1Jt.
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: Blasts Rumor Kennedy Hits

PI i Harshaw Other Party

\ Staff Writer Staff Writer

V.O.T.E. Party presidential Ken Kennedy last night accused,
j I candidate Frank lIarshaw took time V.0.T.E. party of waiting until
last night to blast rumors to the election time to initiate programs
effect that he had not appeared which they should have been
s m aj for debates with Ken Kennedy, working on all year.
I his Gator Party opponent for stu-

dent body president. "I wonder why they're waiting
i "Such debates never existed," until just before elections to start
Harshaw said. "The rumors are a lot of programs they should've
completely false. been doing all year," the Gator
This week V.O.T.E. Party offi- Party executive candidate said.
s xeJ, i6! r P cials are arranging socials: at Kennedy said dormitory resi-
,.Qi # the girls' dorms and will hold dents he has spoken to during

most of their receptions in these his campaign, have raised the same
x areas from now $.i} $ '' X ::MoJ' question.
until election ;'''':' ,:::: "" {@:$::,'; : He also blast-
time Feb. 6. .:F: Debate ed the Increase

... ..... In Student Health
-Al 1IIa "We want to Politics will be at the
THE SOUTHGATE SINGERS stay as close as $= forefront in campus activities Insurance rates.
"I think I
Ted 1 UC AI Stile 2 UC possible to those today with a debate
.featuring Cooper, Sandy Siegel 2 UC, and Rick reduce rates
living in resl'between opposing candi-
Meyers, 2 UC,. are 'singing up a storm' as one of 25 acts in the State Theater's dence halls from dates for president of the' without reducing

marathon March of Dimes benefit show, which starts today at 3, now until elecstudent body scheduled c o v era g e,"
: Kennedy
tlons are over," for University Auditori
liars haw said. ,I'J! ium at, 7:30, p.m."I.. don't think
"'<1o." ,
'jI; ;x it was handledIrarshaw
B reward Tennis Lights met' last year ac 0 f_
'"' m" '
Kennedy last night at JenningsHall ;; ; flciently as' it could've -'been?

for the first debate of the Ken discussed the insurance
current campaign. This was in program before the ConservativeClub
Contract Set Today addition to a social at Yulee Hall, Monday night. The discussionwas
an appearance at the International scheduled as a debate betweenhe
Center, and a whirlwind tour and V.O.T.E. party presidential -
A contract will be awarded today for the Droward system will be today in the office of Richard J. Ihns, through several I of the mens' nominee Frank Harshaw.
tennis court lighting system in the office of UF UF purchasing assistant. dorms.In Kennedy said Harshaw didn't

purchasing agent Richard J. Ihns. Three companies are now being considered to pro future nights before the upcoming show up.The .
Final bidding for the Broward tennis court lighting vide and install a transformer for the system. elections, Harshaw and new party's candidate also

Raybro Electrical Company was Kennedy are expected to meetin said the student t fee-supported

I I Reds Ask For Bomber Ban I named top competor. Main underground a series of dormitory area planks In his platform could be
wiring is complete. Light- debates to discuss campaign is- justified by getting rid of "non-

I 1 ing will be by newly-devised iodine sues. functioning programs now in Stu-
GENEVA (UPI) .. The Soviet nine-point Kremlin memorandum wiring lamps. These are the result of an apparently dent Government" which are still

Union yesterday proposed the presented to the 17-nation dis- Ihns narrowed the to choice to mutual agreement on the spending money.Morath.
worldwide destruction of all bomb- armament conference by Soviet three from the approximately 15 part of officials in both parties
ers.The Ambassador Semyon K. Tsarap- bidding compaines at a meeting : ; 'I"
proposal was made in a kin. yesterday. Present were Paul Brings
Such a move virtually would Hendrick student
body president;
knock out Britain and France as Ragtime To UF
DebatesSet Maurice Plum, chairman of the T'Cy
military nuclear powers by eliminating f N.d 4
lighting project; Vicki Welthorn,
their means of delivery.The Pianist Max Morath will bring a
WSA President; and Don Davis,
United States and the Soviet l touch of the Gay Nineties to the
legislative council majority
Union have missile arsenals to leader. UF campus Friday with a wide

A series of debates in the carry nuclear warheads. .N repertoire of old-time ragtime
girls' dormitories: between Tsarapkin said agreement would Final decision will be made on music.
presidential hopefuls Ken have to include, "all bombers in the basis of cost and time necessary i 4 He will appear In the Univer-
Kennedy, Gator Party, and all countries and not be just on for installment. Hendrick sity Auditorium at 8:15 p.m. with
Frank Harshaw, V.O.T.E. a unilateral basis." estimated $8,000 as the cost of free admission to the public. Ills
Party, began last night in "All bombers have to be destroyed the lights. program Is sponsored by the Fine
Jennings Hall at 10:30. and to the exclusion of Arts Committee of the Florida
Another debate is sehedul- no one." he said. The proposed lights have been Union Board forStudent Activities.
ed tonight in Rawlings recreation The United States replied that under consideration for 20 years. Mor room, and the candi- "it will wish to pursue this pointin "There has been excellent administrative was popular In America during
dates will meet again Thurs- detail at further discussion." cooperation on this .1 r the period from the 1890's till
day in Mallory lounge. Final The 'memorandum was the project," Hendrick said. after World War I.
debate will be in ,Broward Kremlin's, first reaction in the There are unofficial plans to Morath now does his show,
basement Tuesday, Feb. 4. full conference to President John- extend the lighting program to the "Ragtime Revisited," In night-
All debates begin at 10:30. son's five-point peace plan pre- Murphry tennis courts and other clubs, conventions and on the
sented last week. areas. MORATH college circuit.



Page 2 The Florida Alligator Wednesday, Jon .29, 1964

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Annual Gator Gras


Set For March 13-14

- The 14th annual Gator Gras is being held March In the carnival and sponsor a booth. Trophies will
13 and''14, General Chairman Al Leonard announced be given for the most successful and original booths. 4
Tuesday.All March 1 is the deadline for Gator Gras Queen
contestants to apply. Those interested should be Jtr.cf'.j71, ; -
student organizations are Invited to participate sponsored by a campus organization and should apply. .
to Karen Karl at the Alpha Chi
Omega house. There will be : J :

Loan Program To sponsoring tropt is for organizations.contest winners and t ,ql

Queens will be judged in cocktail -
dresses and on beauty, poise b-I
Be Discontinued ?
and personality. ; "-- _
A trip to Nassau for two is r a
first prize In the taleut show. "
Interested students should applyto .}J!
The 6-year-old "Dollars for annual A major"Dollars fund-raising for Scholars"event, the Tom Still in the Florida Uni- NEW WOMEN STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OFFICERS
Scholars" student loan program versity Board office, third floor
may have to be discontinued If basketball game, was cancelled of the Florida Union. .were installed Monday night at a WSA banquet in the

students do not provide more because of the assassination of The guest speaker at the Student HUB banquet room. They are, from left to right Judy
funds, Lucius B. Gravely, univer- Pres. John F. Kennedy. leader's banquet will also speak
sity cashier, said. Other plans to raise funds have later in University Auditorium for Huggins, recording secretary; Nancy Matthews, corresponding

"Students must be convinced the fallen through.The the entire campus. Former Presi- secretary; Carolyn Smith, vice-president; and
'Dollars for Scholars' program is "Dollars for Scholars" dent, Harry S. Truman, has been Nancy Weithornpresident.Photo( by Phil Krug)
fnr their future, if the program is program is conducted under a asked to speak, but has not yet .
to continue," Gravely said. federal government program answered.The .
The "Dollars for Scholars" which provides matching funds' Student Leader of the yearis Karl Says Florida
program has distributed over$1.5 In a 9-1 ratio.If also selected and will be given
million In 1,921 student loans since the UP Is to receive govern- the award at the banquet.Scientiss .
the program was initiated,he said. ment aid, It must first raise Its
"The Alumni Association has share of the money. Gravely said. Meet Climate Different
borne the brunt of the cost each In a law passed last December,
year, while contributions from Congress raised the ceiling on IIP1 .researchers--------- will...-- loin representatives
student organizations have dwindled Individual university loans from of colleges, univer- By JOE KOLLIN system, and roads where they
annually," he said. $250,000 to $800,000."UF sities and commercial organizations Staff Writer are needed.
He said the Alumni Association has applied for $675,000In from the 13 Southern He said industry follows a good
raised $27,777 while $2,800 was federal funds for the coming States concerned with the promotion Floridians depend on different EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM."A .
collected from student activitiesand year," Gravely said. of scientific agriculture In climate now then In the past--apolitical good educational system
university funds. "If the application Is accepted, the South in Atlanta, Feb. 3-5. social and economic climate brings money Into the state
"Of the $2,800," Gravely said, we will have $751,100 In the coming Around 1,500 scientists are expected instead of one of sunshine- through research grants and sala
"only a little more than $300 was year to lend to students." to be on hand for the 61st State Rep, Fred Karl said last ries."
annual meeting of the Associationof night at a Florida Blue Key din-
must raise
raised by the student body. This means the UF Karl said he is against a state
Gravely said he did not place $75,100 to complete its part of the Southern Agricultural Workers. ner. lottery for raising money for edu-
the full blame for the meager student bargain, he said. Fifteen subject matter sectionsof "Today we have a more diversi- cation."I .
contributions on student "Student interest in the 'Dol- the Association, ranging from fied economy with Industry,"Karl
don't think need to in
government. Some of the cir- lars for Scholars' program must engineering to forestry, are sche- said,"but now we depend on a that direction.".
cumstances behind the lack of be regenerated, Gravely said. duled to hold sessions during the different sort of climate; a politi-
funds have been beyond anyone's "Students must help each otherto meeting. At these sessions papers cal, social and economic cli- Karl said the state must com-
control, he said. help themselves." and talks will be presented by research mate." pletely revise the tax system.
workers and ExtenslonService A mature political climate, he "In the legislature now, they
personnel on new develop- said, means the opportunity fora first decide how to spend tax
m nls relating to the advancementof good education for all, good money and then decide where it's
agriculture. mental hospitals, a healthy tax to come from."
Among those attending from the I __ I

UF's Agricultural Experiment I I Fete SlatedProfessor
N Station system will be Dr. T.J. Shakespeare II
Cunha, head of the Animal Science -
Department, Dr. R.A. Dennison, The first in a series of Hubler will be the
Head of the Food Technology and addresses, celebrating the 400th first of five speakers to be pre-
I.-- Nutrition Department; Dr. F.H. anniversary of the birth of Shake- sented during the trimester by
sound adviceon Hull, head of Agronomy Department speare, will be given by Professor the UF English Department. The
; Dr. A.H.Krezdorn,head Edward L. Hubler of Princeton department will co-operate with
of the Fruit Crops Department; University at 8 p.m., Jan. 30, the Main Library in presentingone
buying your Dr. E. W. McElwee, head of the in McCarty Hall.Professor of the speakers.
Ornamental Horticulture Depart- Hubler of the department According to Dr. T.Walter Her-
& \ / ment; and Dr. Phares Decker,head of English at Princeton, bert, professor of English, all the
of the Plant Pathology Department.Fred will speak on"The Range of Shake- speakers are distinguished Shake-
&Z.JOM10/10 Lawrence, cftriculturlst speare's Comedy." spearean scholars who could be
with the Agricultural Extension the paperback "Hamlet" in the described as "attractive
Service, will also be among those Signet Classics, which appeared speakers." "These are men of
attending. first last September. national distinction i who have

designed the addresses for the
general public. I hope the student

Sailing RIGS from 159.50 will good plan time.on"attending and havinga

Professor Huh 1 e r, who will
speak tomorrow, is the author of
AICORT jJj the critical study, "The Senseof
nnfi# Shakespeare's Sonnets," 1952,
now a Hill and Wang paperback,
$ t2 and a fully annotated edition of
It'a diamond command an inferior price it is all of Shakespeare's poems,
"Shakespeare's Songs and
probably an inferior stone. That'shy you should
Poems, 1959. He is editor
be wary of so-called diamond: "specials:' The 'best

way to buy a diamond is to first select a jeweleron Yeast BreadStudent's

whomHl can rel\. Then you can select the (

diamond of your choice in complete confidence. wive's short-courses
USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE AT begin today at 7:30 p.m. at the
University Women's Club, Perry
Gainesville's Quality Jewelerscndo.c@ House.

All wives of students are in-
: vited. The subject will be
M Bi IRUSJV "Preparation of Yeast Bread,"
demonstrated by Mrs. Josephine
103 W Uni". Ave
McSwine Alachua County Home
601 South
Main Street -
Parking Demonstration Agent.
There is no admission charge.


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WednesdayJan.29,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3

rCava/code/ Of Music; SR __5

To Entertain; UFer'sA "1-< +. ..

I Sunday afternoon "Cavalcade of Music" by the UF campus. 3

North American Air Defense Command Band(NORAD) The performance, sponsored by the University'sof .'
Colorado Springs has been set for Feb. 2 on the Army and Air Force ROTC departments and the y. _..'t"..r.;&"',,,
Department of Music, will begin at 3 p.m. in Uni- : i>. ':
Auditorium. >,' ,'i"
i Honorary Society The band, is believed to be the
only multi-service international 1 *
I military band In the world.It \ t
L ,.,
I Pledges Fifty-Six was musical formed representative to be the official for- l

the some 200,000 American and L
The University of FloridaCnapter ice Rafeld.
I Can :Ian service men and womenIn
of Alpha Lambda Delta,Fresh-
Cynthia Roberts, Nancy Leah the two-nation defense system
man women's honorary society, Russell, Dianne S.Selditch, Mar- charged with guarding the con- dL i
boasts a record pledge class of tha _
Sigvartsen,KrysiaSmall,Cyn- tinent against attack by air.
56 members, Dean Marjorie Jack- thia
Lilla Smith, Diana LynnSmo- The 78 members were tapped
son announced yesterday. lenyak,Sandra Sue Swinford,Bon- from the U. S. Army, Navy, Air .'. 'i-
Alpha Lambda Delta is com- nie Tischler, Margaret Elizabeth
Force and from the Royal Cana-
posed of girls who have made a White, Barbara Wolf, Judy Alice dian Air Force.
3.5 or better scholastic average Wolf, Susan Wolf, M. Jacquelyn :
during one trimester of their Wright and Natalie Phyllis Zad- Many of Its number had previous +
... ,....
freshman year. experience with such well known -
t The girls being pledged are: girls will be honored by a dance band leaders as Lawrence ACCEPTING APPLICATION
Sherry Lee Alexander, Wanda tea and pledging ceremony Thurs- Welk, Pee Wee Hunt, Stan Ken-
the Florida Blue Bureau is Sharon
.for Key Speakers
Judith L. Pirnes, Hellen
Argo day 4:30 p.m. in Mallory Hall. ton and Woody Herman.
Ann Beiser, Emily Benson, Sally Unlike many concert bands, the Hodge, FBK secretary. Turning them in are Sharon Testy
Ann Boland, Lynne E. Bonnett, Harshaw NORAD band has no set style. 3ED, and Mermen Greene, 1 UC.
Bonnie A. Cawood, Marcia Cohen. Because of this versatility, "its
.dary Constance Colwell, Sandra appeal Is universal and its reper-
Comins, Alison Wayne Conner, EndorsedFrank toire is unbounded."
Barbara A. Cooley, Gail B. Cox, The program includes a varietyof Engineers Sponsor ContestFlorida
Joan Davenport, Lee Ann Draud, Harshaw and Steve specially arranged music rang-
Suzann Dutton, Jane Firestone, Cheeseman, V.O.T.E. Party can- ing from the classics to Jazz and
Trudy Ann Fradd, Lizabeth Hall. didate for president and Gator from marches to pop tunes.
Candace Hampton, Esther Harden Party candidate for clerk of the The band has appeared on the Engineers are sponsoring paper concerning patents,
Deanna Hinchey, Mary Vio- Honor Court respectively, have Bell Telephone Hour, the Dinah a paper writing contest for problems of engineering education,
let Hough,Christine Hummel,Jane been officially endorsed for the Shore Show, the Steve Allen Show, all UF students. Prizes for the or engineering curricula art
Elizabeth Kimbrell, Joan Mary upcoming student body electionsby in New York's Carnegie Hall, at papers, which should be semi- acceptable.All .
Kuykendall, Margaret Ann Lee, the Benton Engineering Coun- the Canadian Exhibition and the technical In nature, are $100 for
Jane Malinoff, Marilyn Masling, cil.The Chicago Trade Fair. first prize, and $50 for second papers should be less than
Michele Meares, Diana Miller, Council's statement, according plaee. 12 pages In length, and shouldbe
Mary Lou Mitchell,Jane Palrnour, to treasurer Barry Bene- Before coming to Gainesville The paper should be readableto submitted by March 1 to Professor -
June Louise Patton, Mary Pearl- dict, Is merely a recognition of Feb. 2, it is scheduled to appearin one not versed thoroughly in Spangler In room 204-E of
stine, Antonia Jeane Pleterskl, the candidates' qualifications to West Palm Beach, Hollywood, the field discussed. A general the Engineering Building.
Linda Plum Sharon pschorrJan- run for the offices states. Cocoa Beach and Orlando.











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i Buttering The Bread J r 0patrol

I 0

I Until the present time the editorial section of The Alligator has
remained conspicuously silent on the specifics of the present cam-
paign. But now with the introduction of their platforms, the parties
have Initiated the bread and butter phase of the race. So starting
tomorrow we'll begin spreading a little butter on the dry slices of
generalizations we've been feeding you.
I But first a few words about our "biases" on the subject of plat-

forms. .
I A platform (Ideally) should be an expression of how the party stands
I on certain Issues, and just what action they Intend to take on these
Issues once elected. It should reflect a well thought out approachto
some of the problems of running student government, and the pro-
posals should be listed only after proper consideration of the possible m ifA
/ consequences and the available alternatives. ,
Above all, it should be realistic!
r' It has been our experience that few political platforms meet the
Promise them anything.
r above criteria. ,
Intermingled with the proposals that are a result of careful evalua-
tion, are numerous examples of wishful thinkings, pie In the sky promisesand Clerk's Corner
vague proposals to "support" projects with no explanation of what

form Not this unusual support amon will. take.the sweeping promises, are the proposals for A Clean Fair Election ?

projects that have been considered for years, but have been held up /
because of a lack of funds.
:* would be Interesting to add the Individual costs of the proposals By BOB MOUNTS The excuse that might be given, the campus during the last
listed in a platform and compare the total with the amount of funds Honor Court ClerkAt of course, is that there just isn't week of the campaign but this is
available to student government..and then to read the promise to this time of year strange enough trees to go around, especially a difficult and often futile task.
oppose any Increase in additional fees charged to the students.To things are likely to happen on ones of strategic value. Therefore, we have a suggestionto
reiterate our previous statement: most platforms are constructedof campus between the hours of 1:00: However, from our vantage pointon all people involved in the cam-
a list of mature, responsible Intentions; while stuffed in the Inter- am and 6:00 am. Small bandsof the third floor, we find this paign. If you are in one party,
stices are the empty boxcars full of vague promises. pledge class raiders or other hard to believe. help us enforce the rules againstthe
t The question that naturally follows Is"Are this year's platformsan groups have been known to commitall If you can forgive the sarcasmwe other party. If you are in
exception?". kinds of hanky-panky in an would like to point out our the other party, help us enforce
This is a question we would like for YOU to answer. effort to further their candidates position in standing behind the the rules against your opposition.In .
Thus, for the next few days we should like to list the proposalsin campaign. election laws and aiding the Secretary this way both political partiescan
the two platforms which we consider strong, as well as the ones Unfortunately, however, they of the Interior In the con- check and balance each other
which lact concreteness.We have often found It easier to duct ft campus elections.On and the end result could be a
do not feel secure in the possession of an infinite wisdom and tear down the opponent's poop election day itself the Honor clean, fair campaign.
judgement, and thus will be content with holding the promises up to than it Is to put up their own. Court is in charge of supervisingthe
! question rather than beating them to death with the "power of the use of the voting machines and Careful!
press." QualificationsIndividualism assigning polling place supervisors. -
We only hope some of our questions will be echoed In the student We also count and verifythe EDITOR:
i body, and the attempts made to answer them will provide a more must be quite a votes when the day Is over.
J enlightened student voter as well as a more capable (and careful) dread disease, a cancer or an evil In addition, we stand behind the We are tired of reading the so-
STUDENT GOVERNMENT. spirit which is to be stamped out. Election Board which hears cases called "unbiased" letters written
( At least that's what one Dr. Nathan of election law violations; and this by the obviously uninformed. We
' W. C. N. Scott (spokesman for the new board may refer to us those actions would like to Inform not only
. intellectuals) seems to imply In which are necessary. Gooning these people but also those who
his tirade against the themes of green boards Is stealing under mayor may not have already decided -
Poop, Poop, A DoopWe some of our modern-day novel- the Honor Court.It their vote. There have been
ists.Dr. appears often at this time of cries of "Qualifications, qualifications -
goofed again. Scott declares, "Those who year that many people are more --but what has he done?"
Yesterday The Alligator printed on its editorial page, a picture ofa are commited above all to the self interested In defending the honorof All one needed to do was to walk
greenboard, showing V.O.T.E. Party "poop" on one side but with have rarely produced any memorable their political party than their into the Student Government office
no Gator Party "poop" on the other side of the board. The outline characters." When he said own personal honor. In an effort to find out. The'following are some
under the picture and the editorial next to it both told of efforts by that, I wondered whether he was to further clarify the positions of of the things he would have dis-
the two political parties to "goon" or tear dpwn the opposing party's naive, stupid or simply misled In those delegated to enforce the covered:
"poop." his pursuit knowledge in the field election laws we Interviewed the 1. Frank Harshaw's ONLY required -
The Alligator had been told by both sides that this was going on of literature. Surely this man of Secretary of Elections, Bill De- obligation as Vice Pres-
during the night and we decided to take an editorial stand against it. letters cannot deny the exlstance Grove, on this issue: ident of the Student Body was the
The picture was taken the first day of campaigning when no Gator of many classes which were He said, "There is a certain chairmanship of the Legislative
Party "poop" was put up yet and The Alligator was not trying to infer essential to the truth-asking self. amount of traditionalism in the Council. All other positions held
that V.O.T.E. Party had "gooned" the greenboard in the picture.We A few examples are Voltair's early morning activities of political and specifics accomplished were
apologize to either or both parties if this inference was taken "Candid," Samuel Butler's won- parties which adds a cer- INDEPENDENT of his office.
by the combination of the picture and the cutline. derful "Theobold Pontife" (The tain, shall we say, excitement to 2. Frank Harshaw played the
It was an honest mistake, fellas, Honest! Way of All Flesh), Mark Twain's the campaign. But the political major role In lowering the priceof
delightful "Huckleberry Finn," parties must realize that such recent Homecoming date tickets
W. W. L. and "I" in Ayn Rand's penetrating excitement can lead to fines and from $5 to $2.50.
"Anthem." penalties. The Secretary of Elections 3. Frank also played a major
These mentioned authors have does not condone such of the
role In the organization
The Florida been guilty of "unfruitful" worksin activities but
AlligatorServed cannot act as a Homecoming Street Dance attended -
I the eyes of Dr. Scott. The policeman all the time." by 1,500 Independents.
by United Press International individualists in these works are "Our main intention," he said, 4. The bus service which serves
actually rebelling I against so- "is to have a clean, fair elec- UF students FREE OF CHARGEis
. . . .. . .. Walker ciety's claim on their souls and tion that
Editor .. ... . ... . Lundy will be capable of pre- largely due to the combined
Managing Editor . . .. .. . . .. .. . Bill Fuller they ably defend the creed, "keep senting to the students the can- efforts of Frank Harshaw and Paul
Assistant Managing Editor .. .. . . .. .. .. . JohnAskins your hands off my soul." didates of both parties in an atmosphere Hendrick.The .
Editorial Editor . . .. . .". . . . Wayne Norfleet We are bombarded constantlywith not hindered by the sub- above are but a few of the
I Sports Editor . . . .. . .. . . .Dave Berkowitz all sorts of propaganda in a terfuge of political chicanery." many things Frank Harshaw has
'f Wire Editor .. . . . . . . .. . . Bob Thomas war against egoism, selfishness, We've all heard these phrases accomplished while holding his
Feature Editor . . .. . . . . . .Cy'nthia Tunstall etc. in this day and age. We are before. Every' year the Secretaryof present office. During his termno
Campus Living Editor . . . . . . Judy Lynn Prince fed with sets of morals which are Elections and the Honor Court complaints were registered a-
Editorial Assistants. John Hancock, Ernie Lltz, Glenn Laney', antagonistic to our xery nature as promises a clean, fair election." bout the job he was doing. Sure-
Gall Sobering, Nancy' Zlmmet, Alan Campbell, Betty Wendt, and anyone can observe. Note !how More than that, each political party ly if he had been Incompetent to
Betsy Garrison.Reporters..Mike. differently people ACT as com- tries to outdo the other In student
proclaiming -
anj extent, at least one
Power, Jim Castello. Phil Hexener, Joel Gaston, pared to their religious doctrines. that "they will run a would have tried to inform the
Douglas Molitor, Donita Mathison, Sally Stock, Kathie Martin, Carol Note also how even the most so- clean, fair campaign." rest. But only at Campaign time
Nobis, Ann Carter, Joe Kollln, Pam Pulley', Agnes Fowles, Ronald ctally-mtnded individual in the Some of us are sincere. One has there appeared a barrage of
Meserve, Bob DeLoach, Fran Snider, Fred Lane, Kathrine Duda, It-SR is "selfish" in many of hismoth.es. thing is certain, the Secretary of complaints.
Jean Fagot, Judy Teich, Evan Engle, George Mlms, Phil Ge'er, Needless to say', this Elections" and the Honor Court Funny that questions about his
Steve Vaughn, Don Federman, Becky Quinn Larry Zimmerman, "ple-in-the-sky" m 0 r a lit y <,mv are sincere but often our wordsare capabilities should arise only now.
Jackie Cornelius, Pat Hogan, Charner Powell, Patti Pitz, Gary >o\lli is your sacrificing, it all is lost in the wind. In any Linda Berkowitz
Williams, Don Davis, Terry Rogers, and Sue Haugsted.THE a bunch of hogwa h which even large political party you will find Bnnni G reensPanEditor's
hogs might object to. If and when men .. ho are also the
FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student newspaper of! sincere in this ( Note: Letters to
tine ACCEPT these standards of aim but because
I the University of Florida and Is published five times weekly except of the Editor have never been repre
morality, my friend, you'll have zation's
size it is
k f the months of June and when issue is difficult to pin sented unbiased. This pageis
during May, July, a weekly pub- entered the pearl'gatesoJl uxU-.t l d ......n as
lished. THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is entered as second class matterat "Brave New responsibility. a sounding board for studentswith
the United State Post Office at Gainesville, Fla. Paul W. Hastings Secretary of Elections has definitely biased opinions andit
who will make efforts to
will remain that way.)

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Florida Builds For The FutureBy

DONI"A MATHESON drawings for these facilities have been completed.

Staff Writer When plans are final, construction could be donein r

about two months, Butt said.A r

Here's what's coming up UP in the way of new
classroom building next to Tigert Hall will
buildings, predicted by a man in position to know,
also accommodate offices of the University College,
Consulting Architect Arnold Butt:
presently In Tigert Hall. Because of construction,

totaling $1.2 million, half of Building E will be removed,
Seven projects, financed by bond Issue money, Butt added.

are scheduled. Some are already under construction,

others only in the planning stage, Butt said. Both Building E and Building U will be vacated

when the Architecture and Fine Arts Building is

Building is underway on a new Architecture and completed. Building U is slated for immediate

Fine Arts Building south of Tigert Hall across demolition, Butt said.

Stadium Road, and a Nuclear Science Building, west
In the study stages are plans for an addition to
of the Physics Building awaits only finishing touches.
Leigh Hall to house research facilities, south of

the present Chemical Building. The construction

Financially arranged under the Federal Govern- will be a $1.5 million job, Butt added.

ment, 208 new apartments for married students ,. .
will be built on the hillside next to Flavet II, and is
The architect stated that a separate project -.r. ,,..
in progress for a five-story connection between the .' ;11... '
"Location for the new Florida Union will be south- Engineering Building and Reed Laboratory, with ( 4.t.. f.

west of McCarty Hall, and portions of Flavet I total construction costs about $540,000. Plans for ..

will have to be removed wheI'f we break ground,"' the building!: are not completed, Butt said. NUCLEAR LAB : FINISHING TOUCHESButt

Butt said. Drawings for this construction are being
The engineering department will also spend $5.5
prepared now, he added.
million in the area of expanding on the existing said a new auditorium for Lyceum Council

Plant and Grounds Building. Costs will amount to attractions is scheduled for 1967-1969.

$1 million for removal of temporary buildings on

i the grounds and re-located south of the golf course. "UF's growtn program will probably hit 16,000,

students by 1965, and therefore plans for construction
Another project is a $2.25 million addition to
should start three years ahead of that time," Butt
N the library, to be located in the northern cornerof
the Plaza of the Americas.
Faculty office space and classrooms lead the list
"The campus library is completely inadequateand of critical areas that need, immediate attention in *
an example of this is the need to store booksin
the UF's future building program, he said.
J; Century Tower because of space," Butt said.

Three remaining buildings are marked for con- "Teaching facilities and classroom space are primary -

needs of about equal importance, as well as
struction or repairs in the near future, Butt com-
mented. A building for Life Sciences will be located an additional 1,500 spaces for women's housing

just south of McCarty Hall, air conditioning will Butt commented.
be installed in Norman Hall, and miscellaneous
Butt said he would like to have every plan under
improvements, such as elevators and remodeling,
contract by the end of 1964, and that there is a likelihood -
are planned for the Health Center. J
that the building program will be completedby

the end of 1966.A .
"The remaining" money has been allocated for

building sorority and fraternity houses, and that is

iir the way the program stands at this stage," Butt scale model, pictured above, of the northeast

+ r .said. quadrant of the campus in Butt's office shows how

lie added that all the new buildings will be air- that section of the campus will look when construc-

,',I: l' ,' ", LI' .. conditioned. tion is completed.

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Dispute Attack Poverty followed an I I J
peal in the Saigon
that he allay fears ( I)

(U P1) -
Atty. Gen. Robert F.Kennedy President Johnson said support a
told President John- yesterday the nation must French proposal

son yesterday that the attack poverty where it Laos-type
Southeast Asia dispute begins by helping unemployed the guerrilla war
over Malaysia could explode -
family breadwinners Negroes
into a full scale war find jobs.
involving the United ATLANTA
States if the quarrel not The White House made Hymn singing (

settled at the peace table. public a Labor Depart- marched on '

Kennedy reported to the ment report indicating hall yesterday in
that 6.3 million
President on the six-na- Ameri- fourth consecutive
tion peacemaking tour he cans are members of demonstrations in

undertook on Johnson's families whose main noted for its "*
breadwinner is out of
orders in an attempt to approach to the race
ease the crisis between blem.

Indonesia and Malaysia.He More than 200
U.S. Firm
persuaded the partiesto demonstrators have

agree on a ceasefireand jailed since the
to hold aforeignministers SAIGON, South Viet started Saturday,
conference.The Nam (UPI) Ambassador there were no
attorney general Henry Cabot Lodge arrests yesterday.
said after meeting emphasized yesterdaythat
with the President that the the United States About 75

agreement 0 n a peace firmly rejects any plan to strators gathered
conference was a step neutralize South VietNam city hall steps and
forward. But he said and reaffirmed complete furled a banner
deep antagonisms were support for the war read:
involved and great pro- against the Communists. "We want a
bV' ms still lie ahead. Lodge's statement comodations law."

Stassen, Smith In Report

Northern PrimaryCONCORD The UC 13,323

the UF's

N.H. (UPIFormer In opening his campaign,Stassen 5,720 freshman and
Minnesota Gov. Harold E. Stassen said he supported "the broad making the U n i v e r
and Maine Sen Margaret Chase center of the road"former President (UC) the largest

Smith entered the New Hampshire Dwight D. Eisenhower. He distribution of H.U'1

primary yesterday.The pledged a vigorous campaign on leased, by the
primary was developing "courthouse steps" and in "town A total of 11,482
such a free-for-all that it mightnot centers" to win 10 per cent of and 1,841 graduate

give any Republican candidatea the vote. taking courses in 15
decisive victory.The Stassen said he was not dis- schools according
entries of Staxxen and Mrs. couraged by repeated defeats for count. t

Smith brought the number of GOP the presidential nomination in var-
candidates to nine, a record high ious elections and primaries since Following the UC
since the state's first presidential the late 1930's. number enrolled are:
of Arts and Sciences ;
preferential poll in 1952.
Stassen said he remained in Education 1,333;
Stassen, one time "boy wonder"of
Republican politics, and Mrs. politics because "it is a very 1,208; Business
Smith entered tue March 10 active and enjoyable life." 666; Agriculture -
Powell, in bowing out of the 448; Architecture and
primary, the nation's first, withina
primary, put his SUPPOI t behind 332; Journalism and
few hours of each other. Stassen
Smith's Nixon. He said Nixon has experience tions 266; Medicine
filed personally. Mrs.
and is a well-known name. macy 189;
name was entered by Arthur Bean,
Powell, a maverick Republicanwho and Health 125; ;
a Manchester lawyer.
supported a Democrat for Health Related
One of the entries, former New
governor in 1962, said he did not and Forestry 48.
Hampshire Gov. Wesley Powell,
believe either Rockefeller or Gold- The students
said Tuesday he will withdraw his
water could win the primary. and 3,987 women.
name, which had been entered as
a "favorite son."

The other GOP candidates, pre-

viously entered, are:

Rockefeller.-New York Gov. Nelson A. YI

-Arizona Sen. Barry Goldwater.,
-Former Vice President

Richard M. Nixon.

Lodge.-U.s. Ambassador Henry Cabot

-Pennsylvania Gov. William W.

Scranton. :
-Michigan Gov. George Komney.
Veteran Republican politicians
privately expressed concern that I

because of so many candidates,
the primary may lose significance."It .
is no longer a clear cut choice
between Rockefeller and Gold-

water," said one political ob

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I Adolph Rupp : The Man And The LegendBy ltl

BEN FITZPATRICKEditor's famous head coach has carved a of Fame in 1946.Basketball's. basketball minded. 33 years, circumstances made
( Note--Ben Fitzpatrick niche in basketball fame that might miracle man One such Innovation was the controlled Kentucky use a zone against Ten-
Is a graduate student in the UP never be equaled. The amazing is recognized by sports authoritiesfor 'ast break offensive pat- nessee for the first time. His
School of Journalism. He receivedhis Baron of the Blue Grass has com- doing more than any modern tern that has become the crowd zone was nothing short of magnifi-
B. S. at the University of piled a fantastic winning percentage coach to make basketball a na- pleasing trademark of Wildcat cant; it was something newnota
Kentucky where he was Sports of 83.7 ((698-13G in his 33 cage teams. This season's team strict zone, not a 1-3-1, nota
Editor of the Kentucky Colonel, years at UK. has proved especially adept at box-.but a new version entirely. -
the UK school newspaper. His THE 'GATOR this type offense, having raced Once again Rupp leads the
work at Kentucky has given him He is a man who has never been over the century mark eight times way.
insight to the Kentucky type of able to compromise with defeat: LOOKS ATKENTUCKY and having all five starters in Colorful, strict, demanding,
basketball.) "It's not how you play the game-- double figures.For cunning--that's Adolph Rupp. Respected -
it's whether win or lose." admired, envied, the man
Adolph Rupp...... you an SEC team to beat Rupp In the brown suit, a man who Is
To millions he is Mr. Basket- Rupp's honors and accomplishments and his boys is usually cause fora already a legend--that's Adolph
ball, to opposing coaches he Is would fill a book. Justa gigantic celebration, such has Rupp.
the master opponent, the maker few are: four NCAA and one tlonal spectator sport. been the success of this man..
of national champions, and to his NIT championships; turned out 23 From the very outset of his career Rupp has run Into all kinds of TOMORROW
multitudinous fame and followershe All-Americas; won 20Southeastern at Kentucky, he has intro- offenses and defenses as these
is simply "Der Baron." That's Conference titles since the duced and popularized many new teams strived for that allimportant Cotton Nash: Profileof
Adolph Ruppl conference was formed in 1933; and revised trends that have aided win, and though he had stead- an All-America
The University of Kentucky's and elected to the Basketball Hall materially in making America fastly refused to use a zone for

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UF Wrestlers

: ;%'! Tk- Fencers MeetThe

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A I UF wrestling club competed,
-r in a tournament in Jacksonville
last weekend with a resulting 3
third place finishes in as many
f: Page 8 Wednesday. Jan.29. 1964 ,M:: weight classes. 64 entries were

j recorded representing 10 different
/' .' ,{'rl: /J: > l* A. .ff.1 al .
: :' f'dttJtl> !,:{ t. : 9' a clubs.
The UF representatives were:
_z Henry Dolive ((147)), Paul Crawell
(147), Don Iddings (157), Pete McKenzie -
(167), Lee MacCurry(167)( ,
Keith Tennant (177), John Thompson -
(unlimited) and Bob Lindsey
The club meets every Tuesdayand
: Thursday between 4-6 p.m.
,., ,". .. The UF Fencing Club competedin
,', 'oj .' the annual three weapon fencing
competition between UF and Georgia -
Tech last weekend in Atlanta,
Tech won the foil matches 6-3,
UF the sabre competition 5-4 and
Tech took the epee event 6-3.
Participating for the Gators were

Timothy Reed, David Sayers,
Larry Groover, Bill Warriner,
Dana Harnish and Rick Kroop.
DER BARON The club meets every Tuesdayand
Thursday at 5:00 p.m. in the
.Adolph Rupp displays the four NCAA basketball champ- Norman Hall Gym. Next match

T= ionship trophies the Kentucky Widcats have won since he will be the Annual Open Foil Invitational -
15 at 9
on February
became UK head coach.

I SEC Scoring Race TightensATLANTA I

The most beautiful Volkswagen made.Volkswagen's .
(UPI) The individual Louisiana State third at 22.1. Tennessee.
scoring battle In the Southeastern NASH scored 34 points three
Kormann Ghta has a body that's been
Conference promises to be just as Maile, a 6 foot 5 junior from weeks ago against wlnless Tulanebut
made in an old-fashioned custom Slowly. Meticu
way. close as the league race itself.If KENTUCKY, scored 136 points In hasn't been over 23 another
lously. Thoroughly.
the current top three scorersall five SEC games before being side- time this month. Kessinger, in
It has hand-shoped, hond-welded, hand smoothed
maintain their January pace, lined for mid-term exams. He his last two appearances before
fenders and door frames and hoods. It has hand. they would end up only about one outscored NASH 26-22 in their the exam break, scored 34 points
stitched, hand-podded, hond-fitted seats and con. point difference in their averages.As showdown on the WILDCATS home against fifth-ranked Vanderbilt and
vertible tops. It has a four-coats-deep hand-p&nted it stands, COTTON NASH of court, scored 32 and 31 points 31 against defending champion
and hand-sonded finish KENTUCKY is first at 27.1, Don- respectively in victories over Mississippi State.
But t the Kormann Ghio's beauty is more than skin nie Kessinger of Mississippi second Georgia and Florida and 28 in his The No. 4 scorer, KENTUCKY'STed

deep. It has the VW torsion bar suspension system on at 24.5 and Dick Malle of most recent outing against Tulane Deeken, has a 20.7 averagebut
all four wheels So you ride ccmfcrtab'ys' without two weeks ago. has been over the 20 mark

bouncing or sliding' in >our, seat. It has the> VW syn- The only time he was held below only once in his last seven ap-

chromesh shift on all four' aor, $. So you hilt easily' and Creek Letter 22 points in his last eight pearances.Vanderbilt's 6-foot-9 center
smoothly, (You can even shift dc\\n from second to \ Pendants games was the night he got 19! 19.1
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