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Vol .56. No.85 University Florida,Gainesville ThursdayJanuary 30, 1964

Presidential Debate

Fizzles ; 30 AttendPresidential

hopefuls Frank prising about .2 per cent of the debate be called off so that Har

Harshaw and Ken Kennedy shook UF student body, appeared at the shaw and Kennedy could go campaigning -

hands, went to their corners and debate scheduled for the Univer- In the dorms before their

prepared to come out debating last sity Auditorium. 10 p.m. debate at Rawlings HalU
night, but practically the onlyones Harshaw, V.O.T.E. Party's can- Gator Party's Kennedy attributed -

present were the referees.A didate, and Bill Wood, Freshman the poor turnout to the gulf

group of 30 students, com- Council President, suggested the between the students and Student

JI.. JI. 'r*' Government that has been built
up through the years.

"It's a feeling of helplessness-
Straw Vote Won'tDecide the student feels that nothing he

can do will change things Student

Government," Kennedy added.


Harshaw said he felt the success

of the dorm debates were respon-
majority vote for voluntary option be given to the university.
sible for the small percentageof
ROTC in a straw vote Feb. 6 If and when the bill Is passedwe
the student body present.
does not necessarily mean UF will look at it."
"The students expect you to
will have such :program,Rob Results of the opinion poll will "
come to them in the dorms,
WAITING FOR PEOPLE THAT NEVER CAME ert B. Mautz, vice president of not be the determining factor in he said.
academic affairs, said. administration policy, but will be

(See Additional Picture Page 3.) "It all hinges on the ROTC bill "taken into account," Mautz pointed -
Harshaw added that he had been
before the House Committee on out.No.
i skeptical of the debate from the
Armed Service, Mautz said.

"First the bill must be passed, beginning.
U.S. Plane DownedBy and there are several forms it President "Last year only about 50
students attended," lIarshaw said.
might take.
In dismissing the debate, Wood
The bill itself could make ROTC Vote EitherRumor
urged students to attend the presi-
voluntary, or it could leave the
Soviet dential debates scheduled for the
Fighter of Goldwater-Johnson
option to the service branch or a
dorms Yuleu Area tonight,Hume
straw vote the ballotin
to the institution. The bill has appearing on
been under consideration in Wash- the Feb. 6 Student Government Hall Monday night and Droward

WIESBADEN, Germany (UPI) 41, of Austin, Tex. Capt. JohnA. ington for four years. elections was squelched yesterdayby Tuesday night.Elsewhere .

-Russia admitted yesterday that a Lorraine Jr., 34, of Jacksonville "The outcome will depend on Secretary of the Interior Dill

Soviet jet fighter downed an unarmed Fla., and Capt. Donald G.
what form the bill takes," Mautz DeGrove. on the campus political -
U.s. training plane that Mlllard, 33, of Uklah, Calif. AU said. "There will definitely be no suh! scene last night, vice-

strayed over Communist EastGer- were married, fathers, and decorated "We have made no decision on poll at this time," DeGrove said. presidential candidates, Dick

veteran pilots.Committee. what action to take should the "The ballots have been printed.It's Adams of V.O.T.E. Party and Dick
and said all three American
many too late to do anything aboutIt Gober of Gator Party, discussed
officers aboard were killed.
now," he said. campaign issues before residents
UJS. officials '''Heated stronglythe
I On The MarchTALLAHASSEE I William (Dill) Gillespie, 7 DA, of Georgia Seagle Hall, an off-
plane had been shot out of the
newly elected president of the Students campus men's co-operative.

sky.The for Goldwater Organization, In beginning the discussion

U.s. State Department In said, "We are sorry it won't appear Adams stated his party's platform
Washington promptly protested to (UPI-The Leg- own staff. on the ballot. There had been contained both ideas for projects
In a recommendation aimed at
the Russians "in the strongest islative Investigating Committee some talk about such a poll, but already in progress and some
aiding in both fields in which the
terms," but the acting head of called Wednesday a state homosexual it never materialized." proposals for future intiation.I' .
practices control act with committee is active, homosexual
the Soviet Embassy In Washington
strict penalties for violation.The activities and subversion, it recommended -
refused to accept protest.
committee also recom- '

The Air Force identified the mended that the State Departmentof passage by the 1965

three men aboard the plane, which Education and Cabinet takeoverthe Legislature of a law requiring the

vanished Tuesday on a training investigation of sexual devia- fingerprinting after July 1, 1965, E.fi _

flight from its Wiesbaden base, tions among, public school and of every state official, legislatorand _

as Lt. Col. Gerald K. Hannaford, university personnel and hire its employe on the public payroll.



Don't Get fr ook'Then

By ERNIE LITZ he duplicates the letter twice, and sells IA -

Editorial AssistantAll both letters, for $37.50 a piece, thus breaking even
at this point, each with the list of names Includinghis

you have to do Is spend $75: then sit back own and the attached savings bonds.

and wait for it to grow to a total of $1,600. The person's own name is now on two letters.

Sounds simple, doesn't if; Theoretically, each of the two buyers sells two

However, the process by which the money expandsis letters, producing four letters,and the orlltlnal buyer's

a felony which could result in ;a fine up to $:;,000 name moves up the list.

or 10 years in the state penitentiar Those four persons each sell two letters, and the

Chain letters are currently! making the rounds at resulting eight persons each sell two letters.
the UF and several Alligator staff members have Now' their are sixteen persons holding letters, each

been approached to buy one of the letters. of whom sells two letters. The resulting 32 buyers

The scheme involves buying a letter with a list of, sell two apiece and the original buyers name tomes
say, six names attached along with a $23:; I'.S. to the top of the list -with 6-1 bonds addressed to VIEWING BID INFORMATION

Savings Bond.

The savings bond is made out to the person whose him.The total value of the 64 bonds made out to the .concerning the Broward tennis court lighting projectare

name appears at the top of the list of names. original buyer comes to $1,600. these three members of Student Government. A con-

The buyer, who pays $37.50 for the letter, sends Theoretically, no one loses and everybody gains.
the bond to the person to whom it is addressed, Dut, as the chain mushrooms, more of the letters tract for the project is expected to be awarded today in'

crosses that person's name off the list, and adds must be sold to keep it intact. the office of Richard J. Ihns, UF purchasing agent. Leftto

his own name to the bottom of the list. The ones who lose are those who are unable to
right are Paul Hendrick, SG president; Don Davis and
sell their two letters, and cannot recover their original -
lie then buys two additional $25:!: savings bonds at a Council and Vicki
investment. Maurice Plumb of the Legislative ,
cost of $37.50, a total investment of $75. Each bond
costs $18.75 and matures at full value in 10 years. (See CHAIN LETTER Page 3)) Weithorn, president of the Women Student's Association.


Page 2 The Florida Alligator ThursdayJanuary 30, 1964 Brazilians

I II I -- ; f7 jT ; Th ,

I Ii1 Iv UF CompareA

university reflects a country'sway taxi driver who was also t law
of life, whether in Pernam- student.
buco, Brazil or Gainesville, From the other side of the
Florida, said Jose Tinoco Machadode language fence, Fernando Per.
Albuquerque, one of 10 Brazilian relra Rapso, law student at per.
students visiting UF this nambuco, joked about hearing i
week. little boy rattle away n> English\ ,
The group from Pernambuco, the same language that causes
whose members speak very little him and most of the Brazilian
English, is touring the United group so much difficulty.
States on travel scholarships from
the Educational Travel Programof 1 1,000 Negroes
of educational and
aw the Bureau
ic: Cultural Affairs, United States
State Department, arranged by the Register For
National Social Welfare Assembly.
: Brazil, a country of rapid
j change, is mirrored by its universities Bond VoleAbout
Y I Albuquerque, a medical
student at the University of Reeife,
explained.He 1,000 previouslyunregistered
said the major differences Negroes have responded to
., ,
---- -- --- --"' -- between American and Brazilian a voter registration drive by local
THE FREE ENTERPRISE SYSTEM students are only further reflec- civil rights groups-and will be ell-
tions of the differences between gible to vote in the Feb. 6 city|
.is explained by Nat Pozin, owner of the University Inn, to this group of Brazilian their countries.The bond referendum,according tostu-
students visit.ig! the university. Standing next to Pozin is Jose Alves, U.S. State Braziallan student has a dent. Group for Equal Rights, I
more "social" outlook, while (SGER) President Rick Rivenbark.
Department interpreter accompanying the group. American students have a more Approximately half of Alachui
"personal" view, commented County's 9,000 Negroes will be
Byron de Paula TravassosSarinho, eligible to vote in the coming
Honor Keys Go' I Law School PicnicsPicnic I a law student at Recife. elections, Rivenbark said.Negroes
To Eight CoedsKeys The group agreed that the comprise about one-third of the |
American student is more Inter- county's voting population."We .
lunches will soon be in style for law students. They have ested in his studies and his own will follow up our registration
for outstanding service and asked for an outdoor table and seats. life because he lives in a very drive with a get-out-the-
scholarship during 4 trimesterswere Delay In Installing the concrete table near the College of Law was' highly-developed country.In vote campaign for the bond I
awarded EIGHT UF coeds caused by rainy weather, said Noel R. Lake,superintendent of grounds, contrast, the Brazilian must election," Rivenbark said.
Monday night at a Women Stu-
dents' Association Tuesday. put his country first. "In past elections about 22 per
"All our concrete work has been held The main project
Living in a less developed coun- cent of the registered Negroes
girls wereClaudiaGrcoms, have under way Is the installation of flagstone walks near JenningsHall.
try, with problems of growth voted. We hope for an 80 to 90
Marie Huggins, AnnJohnsonNan- The flagstones are made by our Construction Section. students feel "
change, cent Negro vote In February ]
cy Lucas, Genny Nardi,Judy Pope, "Bicycle parking devices, benches, and tables are also being madein they study in order to help in per he added.
Carol Swanson, and Vicki Wei- our shop. Some tables are already up near the Outpatient Depart-. their country's development, Albuquerque -
thorn. ment at the Health Center.
added. Art StudentsSet
"Home of the giants," was a
term Sarinho used for the United
States. For TripArt
Before the tour, which for mostis
their first trip abroad, Sarinho students are leaving on their
CLEARANCEOur said they had studied the United annual migration to Sarasota next
States and expected to find a very week as the UF joins with Florida
developed country in which State University, the University of
"everything is big." They found South Florida, and the Ringling
what they exacted, he said. Museum of Art in sponsoring the
Dinaldo Bizarro dos Santos, an 17th annual Art Symposium.The .
regular' stock of Scotch Guard water-proof coat ,;
top agronomy student at the Pernam- symposium will include lectures -
with zip-in pile lining, hidden buttons, in traditional / ;? # r buco and a former exchange stu- by many of the nation's lead

style. tan, black, olive, regularly 18.95 o> l{ dent in the United States, said ing artists and art historians,
he was impressed by the way pro- and gives the students an opportunity -
/ blems are discussed and foughtby to broaden their outlook|
without liner..8.95 12.95 the whole family. in the art field.
Geova Pinto de Figueiredo, med- Three exhibitions will be avail-
\ N ical student at the Recife, com- able for study. Permanent collections
i. mented on the American's respect of the museum will be on]
: I for work. He told of meeting a display.

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11.95..reg.16.95 14.95. ..reg 19.95 Lt RY OF ( [ .t)

1 10.95. .reg. 14.95 I

8.95. reg. 11.95 DElcACIESiarmanellats! e'

& SHORT SLEEVE Shirts Slacks 9.35..reg. 11.98

7.35..reg. 9.98

2.95 (two 5.50).reg.4.95) 6.35..reg.: 8.98

3.95 (two 7.50).reg.) 6.95 Dacron & Cotton, Wools

Others from 1.94 In Navy, Natural Olive,

Stripes, Solids, Madras WhiteGrayTapered &
F Traditional Models

i J1 tN t @
3 Ii men's shop SGour.ret
tug: %J 611 1 West Univ. Ave. Shop t Delicatessen i Dining Room

Open 7 dcys a week 11 am to 9 pm..706 W. Univ.

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Thursday,January 30,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3

DeGauIIe Refuses

Break With FormosaPARIS

(UPI) President tinue to recognize the Nationalistsonly French Finance Minister Valery
Charles De Gaulle's government as the government of the Glscard d'Estaing returned from

refused yesterday to be forced Island of Formosa.In week-long Moscow talks
into breaking with the Chinese Warsaw, the Polish news- Wednesday and announced that
Nationalists as the effective paper Trybuna Ludu said in a France will open negotiations with
the Soviet Union In June for a
government of China. If De dispatch from Peking that French
} Premier Georges Pompidou and new five-year trade pact betweenthe
Gaulle is forced to choose between -
two countries.A .
the two Chinas, they said, Communist Chinese Premier Chou
in Mos-
communique released
he will make clear his supportfor En-lai may meet in France or
cow said any pact would envisage
a the Communists and will con- Switzerland.
"Increased Soviet exports to

I UF Needs Student Ledgersthem I Soviet equipment France.Union..and for of the deliveries Important chemical French to indus the

Student keeping relatively at a later date." try.The French cabinet discussedthe

careful records of their financial Persons with such informationmay "two Chinas"problem at length

expenditures are being asked to mail write or contact Wilkinson Wednesday at a three-hour session

make them available for a study at 302 Anderson Hall, or under De Gaulle's chairmanship.

SHAKING HANDS being done on the cost of attendingthe extension 2933.Debate. Information Minister Alain,

.before last night's political debate that was cancelled UF. TeamAt Peyrefltte said i afterward thatFrance's
Dr. C.W. Wilkinson is headinga
because only 30 people showed up are V.0. T. E. committee composed of five Harvard a Red Chinese attitude statement was not changedby Tues-

Party candidate Frank Harshaw (left) and Gator Party faculty members and three stu- day asserting that Peking had

candidate Ken Kennedy.Chain. dents which held its first meeting UF debate team members John agreed to diplomatic relations
yesterday afternoon. The group DeVault, Dill McCormick, Eliza- with Paris on condition France
was organized last December by beth Drosdick, Cliff McClellandand break with the Nationalists.
Dean of Student Affairs Lester coach W.D. Lashbrook will
I Letter I Hale and is expected to concludeits debate at Harvard University today -

study time this trimester.Dr. and tomorrow.

J Wilkinson stressed that all Dalton Yancey, Bob Willis, Ann
"If student is of violating
a guilty -
names would be held in confidence, Carter, Bob Sweet and coach Donna
Continued From I ) Florida statutes "
( Page Philpottsaid
and the only thing the committee Wllloughby will leave today for
"he is his stu-
jeopardizing wants is the statistical informa- and where GatorAdvertisers
Savings bonds of other valuesare dent status." Wlllianj Mary College,
also used, thus varying the tion."We they will debate tomorrow and
in of students
"Usually, cases
size of the investment and return. are asking them to supplyus Saturday.The .
participating in Illegal affairs, we
Under Florida Statutes rhaln with their names and addresses next tournament will be at
wait until after the trial to act "
letters and pyramid clubs are within the next week," Wilkinson FSU, Feb. 28 and 29.
he said, "but we did suspend
defined as a lottery and all per- said, "so that we may contact Practice debates are held every
immediately the students caught
scheme Tuesday at 7 p.m., Room 331
sons involved in such a are selling narcotics last year." ,
guilty of afelony.Conviction brings lie also pointed out that the Florida Union.
a fine of not less than $100 nor chain letter scheme may be a Hillel SetsInstallation \
more than $5,000 or by imprison- postal violation. Movie Log ONt KC FULL SIRLOIN POUND tI'
ment of from one to 10 years, u.
FLORIDA The Misadventures
"Any student or other citizen -- -
or both a fine and imprisonment. approached or who has knowledgeof of Merlin Jones: 12:30, STEAK n
of student officers
UF Vice-President Harry M. these letters Is urged to con- Installation 2, 4:25, 6:47, and 9:09.
Hillel Foundation of 1964 :
Philpott termed the: situation "A tact the police or the UF admin- of the Through Wednesday. $1.95
will take place tomorrow nightat
problem. istration.UF's GAINESVILLE DRIVE-I N--
7:30: p.m. Kings of the Sun: 7 and HALF POUND

Atom Scientists New officers are: president, 10:50. The Unforglven: 9. $l O
Marvin Fish; 1st vice pres., Mar-
Ends today. Starts Friday-- vwnwmt COUNT Y
I sha Kramer; 2nd vice pres., Love With the ProperStrang- HAM STEAK

Jack Zuckert recording secretary, ere wits a >... 1y. On""GOOD
Up In MarchIn Arlene Kleinberg? corresponding
Open STATE--All The Way Home: KATDf I'CDWQ" M tM
secretary, Bethany Portner; and 1, 3', 5, 7, and 9. Through TOWER HOUSE
an outlay which could make physics, engineering, biology and treasurer, Dill Labell.! Saturday.
Hollywood's most way out science quantum theory into close physical Standing com mi i tee chairmenare

fiction look as old-fashioned as proximity which will undoubtedly : publicity, Lenn Mazur,*social -

Aunt Polly's kitchen on Jammaking enhance their cooperative investi- Marty Lawson;religious,David -

day,the UF's nuclear scientistsare gations," Dr. Davis said. Weiss: cultural, Herb Yosko- See What's a New ill
setting up shop. witz? brunch Koz Woolf,* house,
"The graduate student is Shabbat Joan
Complete with an "atom Ian Belson Oneg ,
decontaminationroom usually free here to cut across Reiss; Saturday, Marcia Cohen,
smasher, a
and lead-lined laboratories, areas of interest in order to obtainan and membership, Arlene Klein- The Browse Shop
outstanding quality training.
the $2.4 million nuclear sciences berg.
building is set to open sometimeIn I

March. It brings under one e- Quality PaperbacksMAY
roof research efforts in differing x r

scientific fields i l and prompts

greater exchange between the : '
scientists than ever before. MAN PREVAIL .Eric Fromm

Director of Nuclear Sciences THE GOLDEN BOUGH ..FrazerA

K. Davis says the five ..,
story research facility is the only

one of its type in the nation. Morris

"One of the unique features of MEN OF MATHEMATICS E. 1. Bell

this building Is that it is bring- RADIO EXPLORATION OF THE PLANETARY

ing the disciplines of chemist, SYSTEM .Smith & Carr

Groups MeetAlpha THE LONELY CROWD Riesman

y7 r THE RED EXECUTIVE 00 .Granick
Kappa P.sl; fraternity will

hold a business meet Ing and pledge I

ceremony Thursday, Jan. 30, at |
Technical & Reference
7 p.m. in Room 112: Medical Cen- j
ter. There will Iv a speaker.

Delta Sigma Pi business frater-

nity will hold its formal pledging .Maynard
ceremony at 7 p.m. in Rooms MECHANICAL
Want irresistably
324 and ;226: of the Florida Union
Thursday, Jan. 30.Officials.

MeetAll Bpimtree The BROWSE SHOP

students who applied to be Cr .
election officials will meet tonight -

at the Florida Union from 1227 West University Campus Shop & lookstore.1r .

7-8 p.m., Room 218.


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Page 4 Ihe Horida Alligator ThursdayJanuary 30,1964

4ed itic] :Jri: sa.I. s

Move From ModerationYesterday I t l QP

the board of directors of the National Association of

Broadcasters gave former Florida Governor Leroy Collins a narrow

vote of confidence. The ballot (25 to 18) was tight enough to drop a k''

broad hint to their president that he will have a difficult fight on his _

hands should he try for a second term when his present tenure expiresIn _

There has been no question of Collins ability,or administrative per- t r,
formance; dissatisfaction has stemmed! from his "presumptuousness," t TE

which has prompted him to believe It his duty to speak his mind on t.

Issues he considers of national importance. Unfortunately, his "mind"has

not consistently enough agreed with the philosophy of the boardof

directors.It .
seems that Collins has been Immodest enough to express "contro-

versial" opinions on the rather tender subjects of cigarette advertise-

ments ana civil rights.

For those of us who remember Collin's term as governor,this --

sounds rather uncharacteristic. One of the ,morefrequent criticismshe

faced at that time was that he represented too much moderation.One .

( of the Homecoming law skits at that time showed a silver-haired FOR FACULTY EYES ONLY

politician exclalrtng that If we employed a "moderate" style of play

and took advantage of the "moderate" talents of our team, we could,

with a little luck, hope to have a "moderate" season.) The Faculty And The StudentBy

\\f There is speculation among state politicians that Collins may be theories and values of the Honor tion between students who have not

creating a more dynamic Image to facilitate his re-entry Into the HERB BLESSING System. We tell them: "Actas been trusted in their relationshipswith

:; political sphere, either In the form of an additional term as governor Honor Court ChancellorThis persons of honor and you will the faculty and those whose

p:[ or possibly in the U.s.Senate. Collins has repeated the usual statements be treated as persons of honor." integrity falls when placed in a

that he is not planning to run for a political office, but has absent- is the second in a seriesof In most Instances, the statementis position of trust.

ly mindedly forgotten to slam the door on any such possibility. articles discussing the rela- accurate. Far too often, it We realize that a certain per-
Thus It is not far-fetched to believe that the law skits in 1966
| tionship between the faculty and is not. centage of the faculty does not
*1 i (Sen. Holland and a half-dozen governor candidates notwithstanding) the Honor System. In the last Far too often, students with the believe in the effectiveness of the

may Include a silver haired figure saying, "If we employ a"controversial"style article, I tried to indicate how most impeccable honor find them- Honor System. These faculty

and take advantage of the "controversial" talents of our members of the faculty could sup- selves taking examinations withan members cannot bring themselves

team, we can hope to have a "controversial" season. port the principles underlying the ever-present instructor Just to widely implement trust in their

W.C.N, Honor System regardless of their behind their shoulder. Far too dealings with students because

feelings toward the system Itself. often, these same students find they believe it would be unfair to

LETTER: Today, I shall discuss the effect their word questioned, doubted, the students who are trustworthyto
of faculty attitudes toward the and even disbelieved. The result do so. This position Is cer-

Honor System on the overall effectiveness ? "If I'm going to be treatedas tainly understandable. Nonethe-
A Political
AgreementAs of the program. a cheat, I might as well act less, it is clearly harmful to the

Every year, we orient several as one!" To my own satisfaction, overall effectiveness of the Honor

thousand incoming students to the I have found a definite correla- System.We .
Banner Chairmen of our respective with for banners for the two top ;
believe there is a definite
parties, we have become candidates. Also, there will be
between the degreeto
I quite concerned with recent events two Independent positions foreach APODOSIS
concerning the putting up and re- party to display banners for the which a student Is trusted and

moval of political banners. two top positions. Thus, a total the degree of his trustworthiness.When .

It has come to our attention that of eight banners for President- S.G. Is MeaninglessBy a faculty member indicatesto
he does not
I actions which have occured during Vice President.All a student that
past days wf this election might other candidate's banners consider the student worthy of

not have been in the best interestsof will be decided by Independentaction. RICK SCHUSTER give the Architects' Club money to trust, the student becomes less

fair political play. send ten people to a convention in trustworthy. Conversely, a faculty -

I We both hope that this agree- Despite all you will hear from Hawaii. member who Indicates trustto

Therefore, we have decided to ment between parties will lead the student politicians during the For the most part, Legislative a student engenders trust

4 get together and workout an agree- to similar action In all future next few weeks, I maintain that Council doesn't really represent worthiness. A study now being

( ment between the two political campaigns on our campus. Student Government is Mickey campus consensus. But at the made by the Sociology Departmentwill

t parties as to the time of.erection Mouse, and that elections for the same time, why should It, and how attempt, among other things,
: and location of banners of the Respectfully, general student body are nothing can it? to verify the truth of these beliefs -

I' president and vice presidential Martin Edwards Gator more than pageants that provide Leg. Council voting Is at the .

: candidates.With Alfred J.DiBanardo- V.O.T.E. scratch paper and litter. caprice of the members. Thereis Even assuming these beliefs to

this in mind, six definite Bob Wilson Gator PartyChairman Elections are really meaningfulto never any ultimate responsi- be completely accurate, we do not

areas have been marked off for two small groups of people.One bility for a stand taken by a expect every faculty member to

each party for display during the John Ritch V.O.T.E PartyChairman Is made up of the student politi- council member that goes directly implement the Honor System in

remainder of the campaign. This cians who hope to go into state back to the group he was electedto all his dealings with students. Ultimately -

I should eliminate the practice of Bill DeGrove -Sec. of Elections politics. Student Government pro- represent. Besides, many council it is the individual faculty
'goonlng" as each party will have vides membership in the right members are removed from member who mustdecide whe-
certain assigned areas to work (Editor's Note: We are waiting..) in-group with other would be, and the council for lack of attendence, ther and to what extent he Imple-
( current, state wide figures. The and others are lost between terms ments the Honor System. It is

The Florida Important government post won, due to dropping out of school. altogether proper and desirablethat
I AlligatorServed or just working hard for the right Except when there Is pressure on he should have this freedomof

by United Press International party, can also lead to the Blue the party there is only the vaguest choice. We merely ask that
Key, which is the absolute pre- of moral obligations to Influencea each faculty member implementthe
requisite for future politicians.The council Honor to the fullest
f Editor ......... .... ....... .... ... .. ... ... ... Walker Lundy vote. The lines of System con-
other group which most extent that he can do so,
Managing Editor .... .... ..... .. .. .. .... ... .. .. .... .. Bill Fuller responsibility to justify a vote are
directly benefits is the frat bloc. almost his of responsibility
Assistant Managing Editor ...... .. ... .. .... .. .. .John Askins nonexistent.An sidering sense
At the very least, the ordinary other
Editorial Editor ......... .. .. ... .. .. ... .........\VayneNorfleet in areas.
frat man is Interested in good
Sports Editor .. .... ......... .. .. .. ... .... .....Dave Berkowitz active I non partisan
football seats. On a higher level
Wire Editor ....... ......... .... .. .... ... ... .... .Bob Thomas pressure group watching SG
the fraternities want members in
Feature Editor. .............. .... ... ... .... .... Cynthia Tunstall between elections and bringing
Campus Living Editor ........ ........ ... .. ....Judy Lynn Prince high SG positions as ways of enhancing issues to the light of the student
Editorial Assistants..John Hancock, Ernie Litz, Glenn Laney, their prestige and power. body would help the situation. In
The result
: a form symbiosis this
Gail Sobering, Nancy Zimmet, Alan Campbell, Betty Wendt, and between way, a party might be forced
independent and fraternity to stand
Betsy Garrison..Reporters..Mlke. on its record, forcing the
politicians, and fraternity blocs.In LETTERSPlease
Power, Jim Castello, Phil Hexener, Joel Gaston, leg. council members to follow
the middle: Joe, the dorm
Douglas Molitor, Donlta Mathison, Sally Stock, Kathie Martin, Carol party line. But, I wonder if
independent wants to be
an this
Nobis, Ann Garter, Joe Kollln, Pam Pulley, Agnes Fowles, Ronald architect. campus is capable of organi- all
i Meserve, Bob DeLoach, Fran Snider, Fred Lane, Kathrine Duda, However Joe zing a group such as this; a group sign
. ; Jean Fagot, Judy Teich, Evan Engle, George Mlms, Phil Ge\er, bit of deserveone that would be powerful enough letters. Names
sympathy. He is cajoledby
I Steve Vaughn, Don Federman, Becky Quinn, Larry Zimmerman, both but to effect future elections, and could will be with-
parties, really doesn'tgive
( Jackie Cornelius, Pat Hogan, Charner Powell, Patti Pitz, Gar)' remain free of selfish politics
a damn. So, he decides on t.
I Williams, Don Davis, Terry Rogers, and Sue Haugsted. itself held on reque
a candidate usually votes At
( it is an idea. There
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student newspaper of a straight party ticket, and then are other
ways of
the University of Florida and is published five times weekly except forgets SG exists. Except, of responsible student forcing

during the months of May, June, and July, when a weekly issue is pub- coursejfor occasional complaintsabout more radical, but perhaps government,
lished. THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is entered as second class matter the policies of the Athletic effective. I more
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ThursdayJanuary 30, 1964 The Florida Alligator Page 5 .,'

r Platform Self-Incriminating 1 I

EDITOR: said "Panamanian on U.S. RateRolls"

This also meant that t I

I would appreciate very much although we were on the "white" EDITOR: that Student Government must be more than an

your publishing the following arti- rolls, our salaries would not be expensive Joke."

cle In the Alligator comparable to those of Americanswho

A few days ago an article, writtenby worked on the same Jobs In I have just finished reading today's (Monday's) When Harshaw said, "We got most of our suggestions

Mr. and Mrs. Pajak, former the same places. Most of the Alligator and I feel you are doing the student bod, through students in the dorms...", he was

residents of the Canal Zone, was so right. Whether or not the party can differentiate
Panamanian employees in the Zone more of a service than you realize. I am writingin
published by the Florida Alligator. It between a serious suggestion and a whimsical wishof
were under the Local Rate Rolls, reference to the V.O.T.E Party Platform.
When I read the article I was a few pranksters, however becomes more and
which meant that even is truly the most remarkable piece of self-Incrimi- ,
both sad and hurt, for it is people though they more doubtful as one reads through the "platform."
were doing the same work that I nation I have ever read, and the Alligator provedits

like these, who, maybe through no or the other American girls were usefulness to the student body by printing it.
of theirs live and work
fault in
doing...they still made less than It is beyond my Imagination that anyone would
Canal Zone but remain
the Ignorant we were. It also meant that read that platform and take It seriously. If V.O.T.E.

of the problems that exist down they were not entitled to the use It surprises me that party hopeful Frank Harshaw plans to carry out half the things mentioned in their

there; people like the majorityof of the facilities which were avail- allowed It to be printed, let alone give it his endorse- platform, Student Government will become more of

the Zonlans who think they are able only to white Americans suchas ment. He was quoted as saying, "I believe our "an expensive Joke" than ever before.
to mix with the"natives"
too good ; the theater,the swimming pools, platform represents the most exhaustive effort of

people who prefer to Ignore the and other such commodities.The this sort in recent years. It's based on the belief Robert Leaman, 2UC
problems already existing to avoid
Local Rate Clinics as the
getting involved thus dealing more
problems; people who remain name indicates, were Clinics for I I JUST ARRIVED
the employees of the Local Rate Comment On AttackEDITOR
Indifferent, that Lave hurt the
Rolls. No matter how sick the
American image abroad and have I I
caused so much hatred in the colored or Panamanians were,they : and power will be a complete dicta- GYMNASTIC-

Latin American countries.Mr. had to be seen in the usually over In comment to the letter of Mr. tor of each and every American?

Pajak j apparently never crowded Local Rate Clinics, and Roberts: Is It so hard to see that whilewe

of course they were also separatedin YES 50 STATES AND have several million out
heard of LaB 0 c a School, of people i
the wards in the Hospitals. I ONE NATIONI of work has
Curundu Commissary, Paraiso, Germany a shortageof
the Local Rate Rolls, the ocal worked in one for years, and I would like to comment on working personel? Could Ger- SHOES

Rate Clinics, and many other such can say these things emphatically Mr. Roberts attack on Barry Gold- many not be an indication that

facilities exisiting in the Canal knowing that I am not making a water. He seems to think: that the free enterprise system will

Zone. Perhaps because being mistake.Mr. the unemployed and negroes (SIC) still work, and that people are

white American he never had Pajak apparently was not would not have a chance under still capable and intelligent enough

necessity to become familiar with aware of any of these problemsor Barry's leadership. No where to govern themselves?

Americans in the white schools In he would not have said that does Barry turn against the negro This is my opinion, "How do

Balboa, but there were thousandsof there is no segregation in the Canal (SIC) and his ambitions. He thinks you stand, sir?" 1I

other Panamanians whose skins Zone. And I am sure that if that the negro problem and many

were not as light as mine who the Pajaks had written their articlea others should and could be handledby James D. Bowman, 3EG

couple of days later, after know- the state and local governments.Most .
were not allowed to attend this
the facts probably would of the real advancements the
Ing they !
white school and were sent to La
Boca School. La Boca Schoolwas not have mentioned land reform as negro (SIC) has made has been on GATOR

one of the causes for the incident. the state and local level, not
a- school designed for the and hand
Land has never been the claim of through the efforts of the Federal guards
colored Americans and the Pana-
the Panamanians. The strip of Government. For example,the negro ADS
manians who lived in the Canal
land that the U.S. Government has (SIC) made no advancement in
Zone. If a Panamanian who lived
leased is not that estensive that Oxford even though Mr. Merridth GTC2SHOP'
in Panama wanted to attend the
the Panamanians would benefit was admitted. On the otherhand,
schools in the Canal Zone, he had
their farmers much with it. And he has made advancements
to be interviewed by the Super-
certainly it is well known that throughout many cities without
intendent of schools first, and *
problems have always centered federal guards pushing him ,
a special permit was grantedto
about equality between the Canal through.Mr. .
attend the schools if he was
Zone employees and residents and Goldwater is a true American lUG W. UNIVERSITY AVENUE
approved. A fee was charged to
the Panamanians. It has also who believes that the free ON THE-OOLD COAST"
all Panamanians attending the
been shown in films and picturesand enterprise system can work with-
Canal Zone white schools who
by statements from fair- out federal aid and subsidies. lie
lived in Panama, while attendancewas
minded Americans in Panama that does not wish to cut the size
free for all students living
the incident that has caused so of the federal government so thatit
in the Canal Zone. If the student much shame and pain, did not will be an ineffective mass of
lived In the Canal Zone, he wouldbe
occur inside the Canal Zone, or confusion; however, he does think:
automatically eligible for the
even near residential sections in it is too strong and that the state
colored schools. (When I attended
the Canal Zone. So it is absurdto governments are responsible AT TOWNHOUSEEach
Balboa High School -- the white
say that the Panamanians enough to handle many of the
school -- I lived in Panama...
entered the Zone and threatenedthe burdens that the federal govern-
but later when my daughter was
safety of its Inhabitants. ment insist on taking care of.
old enough to attend school and These and many other are the This action would not diminishthe One Different, Each One a Complete Meal
we lived in Ancon Canal Zone
even though the white, Kindergartenwas problems that Panamanians have strength of our nation, in factit At Prices That Help Your Appetite

confronted for years. The incidentof would increase its strength and
across the street from our
the flag was Just a minor Inci- unity. Because the average
house she was assigned to La
dent there were lots of other humil- American would participate more
Boca school which was a few
iations in the past that triggeredthis in the running of the governmenton Townhouse Restaurant
miles We were both Pana-
last demonstration. Do we a state level, he would feel
manians!) Things have changeda
still wonder that the Panamanians that his vote meant a great deal
little from a few years ago, all 2204 S.W. 13th St. 376-9904
reacted the way they more.

Panamanians were banned from I! it so hard for people to see complete carry-out: service
living in the Canal Zone, only I must say, before finishing,thatI his
that the individual is losing
dependents of white Americans know that all Zonians are not
basic rights to a federal govern
could do so.Curundu the same..and I must also say
cut In size
ment, which if not
Commissary was a that things were improving a lot

general merchandise store for during the last couple of years.

colored people and Panamanians.These The previous Canal Zone governorwas Win Cash Prize in Our Brand Name

people were not allowed to doing all he could to improve

buy in the white stores and it relations between the two CONTESTHere

was not until recent negotiationson countries, but the Zonians who did
he did putso !it a real opportunity to pick up torn extra "'0"',. W. need a BRAND NAME for our peanut
the way
the treaty that the stores finally not feel same product and YOU can htlp. We buy shell and ull quality peanuts to peanut growers, thus making

were integrated. much pressure, him that he available to them high quality, locally Brown certified said from which they can expect manmumyitldt.

Paralso is a residential develop- was forced to resign. The resultsare Due to the high lime content of our toil an d high humidity content of our air i this area is ideal
for growing and storing ,.."u".
know what
all known
colored now we
ment built especially for The CENTRAL FLORIDA PEANUT PROCESSORS. INC U offcrme, two cask priiM ;in thrir NAME
Americans and Panamanians who happened when the Canal Zone BRAND CONTEST. Simply fill out the coupon and tend it to ut Any resident of AUcfttM, Mnion.Gilchnit. .

worked in the Canal Zone. It authorities failed to have enough Citrus ., Levy County may enter at many times at they wi,,,. All t"t'u.: .t b, p*>tt
marked. later than February II 1964.
and strength to control no
was built quite a ways from the courage ...

white residential areas and therefore even their own students from defy- '--..-' >."",,,, "':mI'''' '' r.&.' .. # ..r.n."JI: M
far from Panama City itself. ing their own rules and regulationsand FIRST PRIZE I $35 ( at't'

No colored American or Panamanian from breaking a clause in the Name . .
SECOND PRIZE $15 I .. ,\
could live in the white agreement with Panama. As things t l9 ;
residential sections if they workedon stand now..it111 be extremelyhard '

the Local Rate Rolls., to regain all that is now lost SEND TO : '(ri 1Addrcss . )

because of this incident, and it .
The Local Rate Rolls are the t

payrolls forthe Colored Ameri- depends largely! on the good will CENTRAL FLORIDAi8 - t'l?

cans and most of the Panaman- of the American people who are

ians who worked in the Canal Zone. interested in peace and well being Peanut Processors grand Nom 1 l\1.
JIJ: -
the world ,
Some privileged Panamanians like for all people all over

myself were working on the VJS. and who realize that color and Inc.Wjlliston. f( !i't

creed are not the important - - - -
Rate Rolls (white) but there wasa Florida Ir r
characteristics of human beings, fli. t

note added on our appointment P.0. Box 131UnawareOfProblem ... ....... _. .-..".. ..It..
hearts and their intellect. ... .
papers which explained that we but their .tfIftII.---: : : J -- .>1*'.&_.-....-._. ....:: ..;.

were exception because we had
Mrs. Tulla E. Allen
Civil Service ratings, the note


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ThursdayJanuary 30,1964
r Autos I Three
L __ New Grad

jiNKb'K: FOR SALE. You have Packaged I
seen It on Campus for years. 1951
pontiac convertible. No top, no I Programs SlatedThe

color 3-1/2 fenders. Make offer FireTALLAHASSEE U.S. Orbits
nIl 6-8728. (G-77-5t-c).

UF Graduate Council has "The IIF Graduate School is (UPI) RocketCAPE

FOR SALE: 1960 CORVAIR "700" approved three new advanced degree expanding very fast. Construction of a $17 mil
real good condition.$800 or closest programs, Dr. Linton E. "All evidence from the graduate lion toP road through the KENNEDY (UPI-
Grinter America used its awesome
reasonable offer. Call FR 6-9120 dean of the Graduate school office for the past Florida Everglades was
School Saturn1 rocket Wednes-
between 10:30 p.m.12:00 p.m. said. several years indicated the School attacked yesterday as
week nights and ask for Dave The College of Health Related will face an unusually heavy enrollment costly, unsafe and unneeded day to orbit the world'sheaviest
satellite and then
room 124. (G-83-5t-p). Services will offer a master of in the fall of 1964," Dr. and defended as a boonto ,
-for the first time since
arts degree in
Hospital Admini- Grinter said. tourism and
1958 VW SEDAN with sun roof stration, to be awarded throughthe In the fall of 1958, there were Industry. the space race started in
1957 claimed the lead
light blue. Radio, heater, good College of Business Admini- only 1,140 graduate students. But A battery of attorneys over -Russia in booster
transportation. Call during noon stration. this year, up to the present time, representing the state
hour 2-7907. (G-83-5t-c). A doctor of philosophy degree the enrollment jumped to 1,841, stood up for the projectat power.
will be offered by the Departmentof according to Hr. Grinter. a circuit court proceeding -
'59 ENGLISH FORD with radio, French in French and French lIe added that among the 1,841 to validate bonds to. The Saturn, generating

heater, 30 MPG. Excellent condi- Literature.A graduate students, 25 per cent are build it, while lawyers representing 1.5 million pounds of
tion. Call 2-5290. (G-84-5t-c). master of science'degree will UF graduates, and 300 are foreign the city of thrust, carried aloft a

be offered in veterinary science.UF'sFlemming. students. Miami and the Florida division satellite weighing 37,700

'56 CHEVY, 6 cycllnder,new tires, of theAmericanAu- pounds and placed it in
$325 or best offer. C8116. (G- Picasso's tomobile Association took an orbit ranging from 162 .
to 467 miles above earth.It .
85-3t-c). the other side.
New DirectorMore Is circling the globe
Circuit Judge W. May
1956 DODGE V-8 ROYAL by orig. PopularPicasso Walker reserved a deci- once every 95 minutes.

owner. Excellent condition R and than 20 years have elapsed sion on motions to throw

H. Power flite trans. Performslike since anyone from Florida has is the most popular out the validation until "The Soviet Union has

new. Brand new WW nylon headed the Southeastern Districtof artist on campus, according to completion of testimony, orbited up to 15,000 pounds
tubeless tires. Only $425. Pill the American Alumni Council records of the recent Florida expected to take at least with a single shot," said
2-3750. (G-76-St-c). (AAC). Union Print Sale. two days. Seamans.
Bill A. Fleming, Director of
112 Picasso prints were sold,
Alumni Affairs at the UF
1958 RENAULT Dauphine. Excel- v.as putting him far out In front of
recently elected to this post In Panama Talks
lent Condition. Recently repainted, the other artists. Renoir was "We have put up 38,000
1965 for a two year term. His pounds today, but It shouldbe
engine completely overhauled. Picasso's closest competitor,with
election is a professional WASHINGTON (UPI) -
Radio and Heater. $300. Call 376- recognition 68 prints sold. pointed out that our
to the UF and the state of The Inter-American peace effective payload with the
3211 ext. 5628 or
Florida. Does the humanities course (C- committee sought yester- Saturn -lis 19 20,000
5t-c). Fleming will represent more 51) Influence the popularity of PIcasso day to talk Panamanianof- pounds. This Is still a clear

than 500 colleges In the South- on this campus? Opinionsto flclals out filing charges advantage over the Soviet
eastern District on the board of this question are divided. of aggression against the Union."
directors of the national organi- United States.

l Services I zation of the AAC. The board, "C-51 emphasizes Picasso,"

composed of nine districts, sets said Prof. Charles Benbow, humanities Miguel J. Moreno,Panama's FightingIn

policy for all member Institutions. department, "but it chief negotiator in the

CHILDCARE $8.00 week ($1.60 shouldn't take undue credit for his Canal Zone dispute between Laos

day). Babysitting .40 hr. (any- popularity at the Print Sale."Picasso's the United States and

time.) Ironing $2.50 basket. Call at the sale Panama, told the committee VIENTIANE, Laos (UPI)
2-7601, 120 N.W. 9th St. (M-79- paintings at one time that he -Heavy fighting was reported -
the most attractive ones of
5t-p). Wednesday In cen-
.0 all his works, the ones people saw no use further talks.
tral and northern Laos between -
don't complain about." Moreno said his nation Intended -
MISTAKES CAN COST YOU to go before the Organization non Communist
MONEY. Income Tax returns pre- of American Laotian troops and Pathet
with Internal Prof. Morris B. Storer, humanities Lao forces reinforced
pared. Experience States (OAS)and charge the by
Revenue Service computer. Boyd department, disagrees. United States with Communist Viet Minh bat-
"C-51 has deal to do with aggres-
a great taU
Bryson 1237 S.W. 2nd Ave.2-9307. sion. M.
(M-83-3t-c). Picasso's popularity," said Prof. A pro Communist Pa-
Storer. "It develops In the stu- thet Lao official, mean-

TYPING DONE ON IBM electric dent new interests and apprecia- But after a twohour time, again accused the

typewriter. Short noticp. Rea- TO LOOK CLEAN CUT, tions of Picasso." morning session behind United States of supplying
sonable closed doors with the peace weapons to the right-wing
rates. Phone Mrs. MartI-
nez FR 6-3261, Ext. 2575 week- GET A CLEAN CUT. The Print Sale grossed over committee and U.S.ne- forces of Gen. Phoumi

days or FR 6-1859 weekends or $3,600, said Mrs. Bonnie Hebert, gotiator Ellsworth Bunker, Nosovan In violation of the

nights. (M-70-Th-c). cashier-receptionist for the Moreno said "anewpossibility Geneva conference In Laos.
WINDY'SBARBER Florida Union. has arisen." The reports of fighting

TYPING -- All kinds rough drafts, "This is the highest total the came from neutralist,

term papers,thesis,dissertations, SHOP Print Sale has had since its beginning There was noelaboration right-wing and Pathet Lao

manuscripts, novels. IBM type- in 1959," she said. and another round of sources.

writer. Reasonable rates. 2-0328. 1125 West Univ. Ave. Shoppers bought over 2,000 talks was called In the None made any referenceto
815 S.W. 10th St. (M-83-tf-c). prints at the sale. afternoon. casualties.

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Cotton Nash Profile Of An All-America

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By BEN FITZPATRICKSince SEC crown, Nash, in all proba- As a pass catching end in football Cotton was advised by Coach Rupp runs, hit five doubles and two
bility, will run away with the national at Lake Charles, La., he led that football wasn't to be one of triples.
Adolph Rupp Is a god "Player of the Year"award. his team to the state champion- his activities, so he was contentto Basketball, however, is the
in the eyes of Kentucky basket- Florida takes on the travelling ship, twice making all-state. In play basketball, baseball,throw blond Bomber's speciality and
ball fans, it would be appropriate Wildcats Saturday night in what the spring, he went out for track the discus, and record a 3.5 over- Cotton (6-5,220)) has the not-too-
to label two-time AllAmerica could become a fantastic run-and- and broke the Loulsana state all (seven semesters) in his pre- common ability to rebound with
Cotton Nash his prophet. shoot affair-.the type offense Ken- discus record and played summer medlca studies.In the big boys, run with the little
Nash's scoring and rebounding tucky and Nash excel in and in baseball well enough to receivesix baseball last year, Nash ones, shoot with the best of both
(27.4 and 13)) has kept Kentucky which the Gators have shown major league bonus offers. played six different positions-- and handle himself with amazing
'bouncing around In the top five sparks of brilliance. Somewhere in between, he found all three outfield spots, short- effienciency at any spot on the
all season and on his shoulders UF fans will see in King Cot- time to play basketball, making stop, first, and pitcher. He posted floor. Although listed as a cen-
rests the Cats' SEC title hopes.If ton, not only the nation's best college Scholastic Magazine's AllAmerica. a 4-1 record, led the staff in ter, his best shot is a 30-35-
Kentucky can climax their deter- player, but basketball's best earned-run average with 3.15, foot cotton-soft jumper.
mined comeback drive with an all-round athlete.THE Once in the Blue Grass State, clouted five homers, drove in 23
," "" ''' n' YN ...,._ _','-" 'v,. hw ._ From the moment lie scored 40
"', n + y '. 'w, ,.".,' .' .,,' '"a, '00 .v, H" .. points in his Kentucky debut,Nash
has been in the publicity spot-

ALLIGATOR, light and he hasn't disappointed.As .
a sophomore, he led the
SEC in scoring, was a unaminous
All-Conference selection, was
voted SEC Player of the Year,anci
SPORTS i honored on the most major All-
; America first teams. His Junior
r campaign saw the big boy havean

off-year, ONLY averaging 20.9,
: .1 PaAe B ThursdayJanuary 30,1964 i but stilt good enough to reap in

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Tankers Face TarheelsIn

Carolina Road Trip

By GLENN LANEY last Saturday. Carolina the next evening.The .
Assistant Sports Editor If the Gators are to bounce back Gators left this morningat

The Gator swim team meets its after their 66-29 thrashing by the 7 on what could prove to bet
-- second undefeated opponent In a FSU swim team they will have to one of the roughest road tripsto
row today as it ventures to Chapel overcome the number six swim date. After swimming North
BLOND BOMBER Hill to swim the Tar Heelsof team in the nation. Carolina on Thursday night they
from the Blue Grab State, Cotton Nash leads Ken- North Carolina. North Carolina Is led by two swim East Carolina Friday night.
All-Americas Harrison Merrilland To round out the weekend they
tucky in scoring and headed for the SEC The Tar Heels are 9-0 on the ,
appears scoring
year while the Gators are 6-1, Thompson Mann., Merrill swim ever dangerous NorthCarolina -
\ title. having suffered their first defeatof swims the 100 yard freestyle in State Saturday afternoon.
i the season at the hand of FSU 48 seconds. The winning time at Coach Harlan Is confident his
1 Tallahassee last Saturday night boys will bounce back.
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was 50.1. "It's very hard to tell how a
Mann is abackstroker supreme. team will react to.a defeat; suchas
His best time is 2:01.6. The best we suffered against FSU," says
time of any Gator swimmer in the Harlan. I am sure they will come
Meet The Gators back stroke is 2:06.1 by Dick through when it counts."
F.arwelJ. The winning time at While none of the teams the
Tallahassee was 2:07.5. Gators swim will be SEC com-

i Richard PEEK FSU, who brought Florida's 21 petition, these meets do hold great
! meet winning string to a halt, significance. If the Gators can
eI will make the trip to Chapel Hill win these next three meets they
I SOPHOMORE FORWARDThe i day early in order to see the have a chance for a national rank-
meet between the Gators and the ing. This is of course dependentupon
Tar Heels. They swim North their next meeting with FSU
UF basketball team's I
frontline here in Gainesville February 15.
relies heavily on the South- ,

eastern Conference's tallest ball I Fiji's ATO's Still On I
5 player, Richard Peek. Top
) Peek stands at 6 feet 11 and ;
\ had used his height to become the w Defending basketball championsPhi Weinstock with 11 and Norman
\ Gator's number two rebounder. In Gamma Delta and Alpha Tau Brooks with 9.

the scoring column the sophomore ,R Omega opened the fraternity intra- Second place in the Blue Leagueis
from Escambia High of Pensacola mural basketball season last night Lambda Chi Alpha which downed
averages: around 10 points a game. a r with victories over the Sigma Nu's Chi Phi 4516.
Peek's biggest rebounding night and the Phi Ep's. Other Orange League scores:
came against Miami when he Leading Scorers for the ATO's SAE 39-PKT) 34; KS 36-SPE 39;
brought down :22 for the year's I were: Bradley Baraks 8, John PLP 30-DTD 22; PDT 45-AEP

high.In. Benson 8 and Allen Trammell 7, 18; PKA 43 -BTP 25; SX 43-TX
high school, Peek was one in their win over the Snakes 33-22. 37.
of the most sought-after prep bas- The Fiji score was PCD 45-PEP The two other Blue League results -
ketball players in the nation. Last a \ 11. were: DU 38 -DSP 8 and
year on the freshman team Peek j Leading the Orange League, the DX 2!) -AGR 19.
showed his ability .clutch: playing x TEP's held on to first place witha
under the boards.:; aBE 38-33 win over Kappa Alpha.

Leading the TEP's were Howard gAl R, CLASsiP/fPS/


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