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Title: The Florida alligator
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Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: January 31, 1964
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Deep In East Germany

The Florida Convoy Goes

AllIgator After BodiesBERLIN

(UPI) An unarmed UJS. mercy convoy enter East

UJS. military convoy rolled deep Germany after a meeting with U.s.

Vol.56No.86 University of FloridaGainesville FridayJanuary 31,1964 into Communist! EastGermany military representatives in Pots-
night to bring back to the West dam, an East German town serv-

.I. the bodies of three American Air ing as headquarters for the U.s.

Force officers killed when Russian military liaison mission to theSo-

Merchants AcceptSG jets downed their defenseless viet forces in Germany.

plane Tuesday.
I The convoy will bring out the

bodies of the three Americans to
A U.s. Air Force
Sales ProjectMembers spokesmansaid West Berlin from where they will
the convoy composed of an
be flown to West Germany. The
ambulance two trucks and
vlcitlms have been identified as
wrecker with a flatbed trailer -
of the Gainesville scheduled at regular Intervals.The would also return the wreckage of Lt. Col. Gerald K. Hannaford, 41,

Chamber of Commerce merchant plan was accepted at a meet- the U.S. twin jet T39 trainer from of Austin Tex., Capt John F.

division yesterday accepted a student ing with Dean of Academic Affairs Erfurt, 120 miles Inside East Germany Lorraine, :34,of Jacksonville,i'la.,

government ((00)) proposed Lester Hale, Student The convoy was expectedto and Capt.Donald G. Millard, 33,

discount sales plan for students. dent Paul Hendrick, and return to West Berlin this of Ukiah, Calif

The discount plan will probably tary of Academic 4 Vfr \
The UJS. military convoy left
go Into effect this fall. Lane.
West Berlin about 4:30 p.m. for
The discount plan -- known as Because the
Examination of the wreckage was the 120-mile drive over icy Fastterman
Student Sales Days --w11l probably mapped out
expected to disclose whether the roads to a village near
go into effect this fall. through the end of this
plane was shot down by Soviet the city of Erfurt where the unarmed
Under it, students are to receive the sales days are
fighters or whether It was forced American trainer was
discounts on special days on the chamber's
into a crash by the Russian attack.A downed after It strayed across the
Chairman of the
i spokesman said Thursday the border from West Germany
Bid AwardedThe Promotions Committee. U.s. Air Force is convinced the
Executive Manager of The of the bodies was
Russians shot down the American recovery
Brtvard lighting system bid ber, B.P. Mitchell, plane. arranged in the Potsdam meeting

was awarded to Raybro Electrical proposal as the best, t between U. S. Col. Paul G.

Supply Corporation of Jacksonville tic approach to the Skowronek of Pittsburg, Pa., chiefof
yesterday by Richard Ihns, UF present administration "The Soviet version may not the U.S. liaison mission, and

purchasing assistant. more than any other to say so explicitly," the Air Force Soviet Col. V. Khartov.

Total cost of $5,533 will Include better student-merchant fr %' spokesman in Wiesbaden said.

installment of a transformer and in the last 7 years," "But combining their admissionswith Staff MeetingThere

12 poles holding 32 quartz lamps. The first sale should our own evidence we are con-

Raybro quoted the time of completion -- September. "We don't ,aye vinced the plane was shot down." will be a meeting of Alligator -

as 90 days after receiptof it bust for the sake of staff members at 4:30: this

the bid. said Lane. The Soviets agreed to let the afternoon in the Alligator office.

__ __. _.______m ____.___. L .

I I Gator Party I are KILTS worn AND by Sgt.ALL Bobby I V.O.T.E. Party Candidates I I

of Edinburgh, Scot-
PRESIDENTKen Ray Anderson PRESIDENT Mike Stratton

Kennedy LYCEUM COUNCIL featured trumpet soloist Frank HarshawVICEPRESIDENT Don D, Harrison

VICEPRESIDENTDick DENT the North American Air Bobbi Thorne

Gober Barry Diamond Dick AdamsTREASURER Don lIeJna
TREASURERDavid LYCEUM COUNCIL Command band. Mike Buckler

YostCHANCELLOR Diane Denning Fred LaneCHANCELLOR Dan R. Carmichael


Gerry Richman Ann C. Johnson Objection Paul Huck FRESHMAN CLASS

CLERK, HONOR COURT Claudia Nobles CLERK, HONOR COURT George RegisterMike

Steve Cheeseman BOARD OF STUDENT Inquiry James D. Cooner Monaghan

Tom Kiefer A. Levinson -
(UPI) -- The

Gator Party Jess Barbara Markham Keller States said Thursday it DENT LYCEUM COUNCILVICE-PRESI- V.O.T.E. PartyStatement

cooperate if a majority of
Statement Organization of Ameri
2)P States (OAS) calls for an
of Panama's charge
Gator Party CandidateFor Desta HomerFRESHMAN Tom Still V.O.T.E. Party CandidateFor

VicePresidentLet's CLASS Jean SalisburyArt President
have no objection to an
put the student back In George LloydElizabeth Wood TilE KEY TO EFFECTIVE STUDENT -
of the facts, State
Spokesman Richard I.
Student Government is your gov- said. I BELIEVE student government

ernment. You are the ones repre- Jim Simpson John Askins exists for vigorous action. Results -
an Interested party, we do
sented by U.Unfortunately. ARCHITECTUREGilbert Karen Potter Hack are the test of promises and
want to express an opinion on
the student has Backenstoss Ron Spencer know-how is the way to overcome
juridical aspects of the Pana-
been the one most often neglected. ARTS AND SCIENCESJo HONOR COURT JUSTICES: red-tape and blocks to new pro
.. action in bringing his
Often the student feels helplessto Ann Notaris SOPHOMORE CLASS grams.
the council under the Rio
contribute and to criticize. The BUSINESS Mike Stratil TO SPEAK of student govern
but would
we cooperate
Independent student Is the lifeblood Linda RickerEDUCATION Tom LangFRESHMAN ment need not be dull .. not if
majority the council were
of Student Government. And most CLASS the work of student government
to such action, he said.
of the time it is the independentwh Mike Simmbns Wayne Thomas comes alive with creative ser
White House said it would
is left out in the cold. ENGINEERINGJohn Fred Daggett vices and strongly voices concerns
"no statement on Panama
I, as an independent, feel this KnoxHEALTH time." AGRICULTURE important to every student. x

problem acutely. Gator Party is RELATED meeting of the 20-member Bob Scully NO STUDENT is free of needs; t
the first to honestly open its doorsto None ARCHITECTURE and every student has his own
Council was called for Fri-
the independent student. Changein LAW to consider PANAMA'S charge Sam L. Bogllo ideas of what student government

policy is called for. Student Dennis McGlllicudy the United States committed ARTS AND SCIENCES should do. My ideas are the

Government should be returned to MEDICINEJack In"attacks suffered Bill BlotBUSINESS focal point of the V.0.T.E. pro-

its original purpose of servingthe Copperman Panama's civil population" ADMINSTRATIONHenry gram for student government 1964-

student,fraternity and independent PHARMACYNone Raattharn
rioting in the Panama Canal 65.THE
three weeks ago.
Gator Party has promised to PHYSICAL EDUCATIONJudy Frank Wickersham platform that moves student

bring Student Government back to FisherLEGISLATIVE ENGINEERINGBill government beyond its current

you. Ken Kennedy and I want to COUNCIL Pep Rally SetA Hartman confines into new areas within

be available to all students regardless SOPHOMORE CLASS HEALTH RELATED SERVICESLisa reach.

of party or fraternity Carolyn Smith pep rally Is set Sat- Bourkard THE VITAL I INGREDIENT: a

affiliation. We want students to Linda Roche )' night in the Florida LAW hard working, experienced slate

demand our service. Meg Sowell between the freshman Tom Freeman who know our campus and know

The Vice-President serves as John Baum the varsity games. ;MEDICINENone how to cut through difficulties to

chairman at Legislative Council Rom Richmond The entire cheerleading get things done!

meetings. I guarantee, not just Earl Barker will be present at PHARMACYDon : .. WHAT STUDENT GOVERN-
promises, that this body will become Ward ArringtonJohn game and the members HallPHYSICAL MENT must not become -- so

more representative of student Ostrow to warm things up with EDUCATIONNone visionary that no tangible action

opinion. Members will represent Les Burke few cheers guaranteed to follows commitments. Neither

not just voice their own William Johnson the Wildcats. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL: must It be so near-sighted that it

opinions. Legislative Council can FRESHMAN CLASS Head Cheerleader Bill SOPHOMORE CLASS falls to plan for new demands as

become a powerful spokesman for James T. Ford )' said the group plans Dewey Varner the campus looks ahead.

students. Alison Conner instruct the fans on some Doug Lynn STUDENTS IN THE DORMS are

Answer the SOS. (See Gctor, Page ) cheers. Linda Letzic (See Harshaw, Page 2))

',q ""r'1

Page 2 The Florida Alligator FridayJanuary 31,1964

Survey InitiatedFor Backs DeGaulle RedsPARIS [ Gator I'I V.O.T.E.

(UPI) -President Charlesde (Continued From Page 1)) (Continued From Page 1))

Gaulle has decided to swing Leonard Mazur
his support squarely behind the Andy Berky Fred Hellinger
Free Phones Chinese Communists as the sole Gall Robert Roberts Segal Bill Goodwin

legal government China, respon- Michele Mearps Clif Davis
sible French sources reported Jay Scheck
Joel Brown
By PHIL GEYER body president called the housing yesterday. John Borum EJmily BensonAGRICULTURE
Staff Writer office requesting their assistancein They said De Gaulle will con- AGRICULTUREMyron
solving the telephone problem. tinue to avoid any open break with Jim Wilcox Jr.
The UF Housing Office starteda "Student Government has madea the Nationalists In Formosa, although ARCHITECTURENone
survey yesterday to determinethe he would be relieved if
of the situation but
survey we Jordan
feasibility of free campus tele- want to make a study of ourown," they broke relations with Paris. Cal ARTS AND SCIENCES ARTS AND SCIENCESDon
Dr. Carpenter said. He is expected to deal with the Albury
"We had heard a lot about the Communist Peking regime as the Roseann Splcola Mike Nabl
problem but no one asked us what Dennis E. Guidi
legal government and apply a pro- McAdams
we could do about it until this "We want to find out what other John Kaylor Ann
gressive deep freeze" to the
week," said Dr. Thomas G. Car- schools have done to solve the Martha SlinnBUSINESS Nancy LucasBUSINESS
Nationalists in the hope this gra-
penter, assistant director hous problem and determine the best ADMINISTRATIONCharlie ADMINSTRATIONEric
dually will solve the problem
ing. way to solve the situation with Plumb
the "two Chinas.
Monday Paul Hendrick student our facilities. Tommy Tart None
Carpenter said the preliminary EDUCATIONPam EDUCATIONBob
Bryant Checks report should be complete in a- Parrish Hobgood
bout ten days."I Canada Raiders Dolores La Perche Frank Gllnn
Smoking Law don't know what system they Jerry Ross Doug Dillon
have at FSU,"said R.M. Coleman MONTREAL (UPI!) Ban- ENGINEERINGBonnie ENGINEERINGRandy
TALLAHASSE, Fla. (UP!)-Gov. district manager for Southern Bell dits struck at a government Fairbanks Lee
Farris Bryant disclosed yesterdayhe Tel., "They are servicedby armory yesterday and escap- Doug Bell Virgil Scott Jr.
asked the attorney general to an independent company not ed with machine guns, Tom Palmer Exum Walker
check into the state's responsibility affiliated with Southern Bell." bazookas, bombs and enough FORESTRYBob
for enforcing a 190' law ammunition to start a war. HEALTH RELATED SERVICES McKain
banning cigarette sales to smokers It was feared the raiders Deanne Cobo HEALTH RELATED SERVICES
under 21 years of age. "We have tried,to take-o'f' some might try to use the weaponsin JOURNALISMJohanna Dotty L. Rosenshein
Bryas told a news conferencethat of the overload on the toll lines a reign of terror similar Hilldrlng JOURNALISMJoe
he hopes there is no requirement .. by installing nine direct long distance to the bombings last spring LAW Coudon
that he enforce such a telephones that can be used that killed one man, maimed Charles Lea Hume LAWL.
Law, although he personally does for collect or credit card calls," another and kept residents M. Buddy Blain
not feel that youngsters should Coleman said. of the area afraid for their MEDICINE MEDICINENone
smoke. lives for months. Dickey Jones
But trying to keep 20-year-olds The direct long-distance tele- PHARMACYKaren PHARMACYNone
from smoking if they wish would phones are located in Simpson, Open HouseDelta Lee Peters
present all the difficulties that Trussler, Graham,Jennings,Bro- PHYSICAL EDUCATION PHYSICAL EDUCATIONJim
prohibition days presented with ward, Rawlings and North Hall. Phi Epsilon will have an Jerry Livingston Boyesen
liquor. Coleman stated that the tele- openhouse at 8:30 tonight to cele-
He said he asked Atty. Gen. phone company is ready to furnish brate the opening of their new -
James Kynes, who was out of the whatever service the uni- house, 115 S.W. Ninth Ave. Harshaw
city yesterday, to check into the versity decides to use. The open-house is also in honorof
law, but said he has given no Costs of installation can not the current pledge class, which
thought to banning cigarette salesat be determined until the type of will soon be initiated. Refresh-
state universities. system to be used Is .cnown. ments will be provided.IUCOMHREIAAIETVTHI (Continued From Page 1))


responding to V.O.T.E.'s can-
didates and forward-looking plat-
PI form. Why?because V.O.T.E
gp IId "
I platform was not "cooked-up.
It was built of the ideas you and
Q.J..O other students talk about and single!
out for improvement.THIS .

prompt, straightforward distribu-
tion of our platform direct to
--s WASTE BINS the dorms, and its reception all
over the campus! The verdict:
a program that is specific, posi-
tive and attuned to needs!

A Neat!A Comedf ...... THE MEN BEHIND THE PLAT-

FORM make the mark of any stu-
dent government. V.O.T.E.'s
didates are the reason you can
count on student government 1964-
+ v-
/ 65 to back platform commitmentswith

vice-presidential candidate,
30ZE backed by student government experience -
knowledge of dorm Inter-
ests, and strong leadership ability;

FRED LANE -- candidate for
% \ treasurer, one of our most respected -
____ r. students, a credit to ser-
f '" ; Hr vices, like the Student Book Sale,
I t z .,.: now a success because of his efforts -

i t:=a* :: ; experienced in every major

Rustproof! candidate for
chancellor, experienced on bOth
r Leakproof! Honor Court counsel staffs, high

G A ,E Ideal 1 for kitchen, laundry, play. honors student scholar, and outstandinglaw

* 1 room, garage, patio, workshop ;
anyplace indoors or out. JIM COONER __ candidate for
I The natural "Swing-Balance" clerk, leader in student govern-
II :1 cover always stays closed ment, Union Board, and new ser-
r no spring; to wear out. Red, yel vices, backed by fresh new ideas
low, turquoise or sandalwood 1, for building the Honor System.
r F.ESC.OSATISFACTION unbreakable" polyethylene says, 'It'sBatJllnq 1 I
a terrific value at this one low FIVE CANDIDATES..A SOUND

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ment that gets results!

FridayJanuary 31,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3

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Ten years ago, Gayle Bauer, newly-elected Pan- This honor student, with a 3.7 overall average,

IFP': hellenic Council president, had dreams of becominga made her presence known on the campus at the beginning -

; nurse. Today her aspirations have turned to a of her freshman year, when she was a Religion -

2 Law career. and Life Week Hostess, secretary of the Gator

6: is.c A senior, majoring in Spanish, the very active Amateur Radio Club, chosen for President Reitz's

politician, linguist, and scholar plans her days as list of academic scholars, tapped for Alpha Lambda

w though they contained 36 hours instead of 24. Gaylecan Delta, and voted pledge social chairman for Alpha

S: often be found in the Florida Union, the language Chi Omega.

(t department where she Is a student assistant, or in As a sophomore, Gayle's love for activities never

a political caucus planning strategy for the latest faltered.She .

syt campaign. was chosen as Panhellenic representative byGAYLE

her Sorority. As secretary of

[ Legislative Council, she enteredthe

Campus field of politics' the UF

;I. and later became political repre-

\ sentative for AXO. While workingin

";" the law library this student
: leader was a foreign student sponsor -

F: f ,;?li FEBRUARY 2 f. Homecoming Sweetheart con-

BE testant, and an Orientation Group

.... .: f.I} : :/ Council presentsThe \ .1"t'"t Leader.
.t The Lyceum
',''' : : ; Politics continued to hold first
F( : '; North American Air Defense place in her activates throughout -
; i if: ;; Command in "Cavalcade of
wi Gayle's Junior year as she
f.Ili "
Music. The will
st \ program con- held such positions as Panhellenic
; sist of traditional band and .
3t r'; ; ; popu- ) vice-president, secretary of leg-
; lar music, with vocal and Instru-
.. islative Council, and Budget and
B' .; !iJ\/j'i" : :: :\ mental soloists by the interna- Finance Committee secretary.
', tional service
cc group. \ ..) ( Proving that brains are often accompanied -
sc The Pre Law Society meets In : ''. "- ,, by beauty, this 5'5,"
Room 116 of the Florida Unionat :
eq brown-eyed lovely was a finalistIn

18 8:30 PM.MONDAY ... the Homecoming Sweetheart
.. contest this past fall.

While serving as Pledge Trainerof

"I love working with pledges,they
st The Sailing Club meets at 7
P are my favorite kind of people.
Pi PM In Room 218 of the Florida
Leadership and guidance are said
31 Union.
to be the most valuable qualifications -
aXWa The Gator Amateur Radio Club FraternallySpeaking
In this position. Gayle'sownership
T< meets in the Engineering Buildingat
of these attributes have
R 8 PM.
been exhibited as current presi-
Interviews for Blue Key Speakers -
ptm dent of Panhellenic Council.
Bureau will be held from
A (Haunted House Party is the According Ito Gayle, one of her
$e 2:30 to 5 PM in Rooms 200 and
highlight of Friday night for the most exciting moments came when
Fl 208 of the Florida Union.
Fiji's. Also tonight, the Thetas she was nominated for the Wood-

z will be at the Phi Gam House row Wilson Fellowship.. The results -
for a dinner social. The "Big have not yet been announced.

19 .Y Beats" will play throughout the Her second most memorable experience

re evening.All confessed Gayle, "Was
Alpha Phi Omega meets at 8:30in
br being an exchange student to Italy
Room 220 of the Florida Union. "
$8 for a year.
Pre Law Society meets at 8:30:
2- groups who would like to From the moment five years ago
.F PM in Room 121 of the Florida
promote their organization in the when she was chosen to studyin
Alligator should mail or bring Italy until today, as she plans
Alpha Chi Sigma meets at 7
NIP their news to Campus Living, Alligator her career as a lawyer, Gayle
PM in Room 116 Florida Union.
Y Office by noon on Wednesday Bauer has proven that to meet
Delta. Sigma Pi meets at 4 PM
in the challenge you have to have
in Room 116 and at 7 PM in
Fl one advantage on your side---
Room 121 of the Florida Union.
N, desire.
Pi Sigma Epsilon meets at 7
(A ).. Jt __UUIII! 11".hC' ..
PM in Room 208, Florida Union.
.WHILE BILL GOODWIN, IUC, SHOVELS "FERTI The Lyceum Council presents Pandora's BoxGreeks j

LIZER" WITH A CLOTHESPIN ON HIS NOSE. Wlllard Brask at the piano at a II

Bear( Faculty Concert. He will play Sing For OthersBy I

m works by Scarlatti, Bach, Chopin,
No Hike Seen In Frat Schuman, and Beethoven.

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5 Campus Living Editor The Phi Mu's initiated ten of

41 Grade RequirementsFraternities their pledges last Saturday night.

2.b. Speleological Society meets at 7 Singing practice takes priority The girls will be the guests at

) PM in Room 324 in the Florida for sororities in hopes of pre- the A TO house for a dinner social j
dc will probably not ternity Council (IF C). Union. senting a really professional festival Wednesday. With politics in the

Pt raise their grade requirements Maloy stated a fraternity wouldbe Circle K Club meets at 6:30 at Panhellenic Sing Friday, limelight, Carol Stockstill has

7< initiation according to Charles E, "limiting itself too much" and PM I In Room 212, Florida Union. February 7th. been elected house party coordinator. -

Maloy, president of the Interfra- that he saw '-no reason" for fra- The Skating Club meets at 7 Each sorority will be featured .

ternities to raise their grade requirements PM in Room 215, Florida Union. in an eight, minute song routine. Pledges at the AEPhl! House
B Eat In The AM above the 2.0 now The money raised from Pan- are going through Inspiration Week

fcht Lincoln, Neb. (UPI) Attention specified by' the 1 IFC. TlIl'HSI' >.\Y. FEBRUARY 6 hellenic Sing is to be used for now. Initiation will follow within

Students!! If you want to do well their two main altruistic projects. the next few weeks. Last night

Ptcl in your studies, better make sure Delta Upsilon requires a :.3 Delta Sigma Phi meets at 7 Each year Panhtllenic gives one two pledges went to each of the

1 that you have a good breakfast and Sigma Phi Epsilon :a 2.2. PM l in Room 121, Florida Union deserving co-ed, not necessarilya sorority houses for dinner and
it sorority girl, her tuition for provided pledge entertainment.As .
1 each morning. It would be up to the individual
. p4 University of Nebraska food and fraternit) to decide whether it r both trimesters. The other pro- a pledge project before initiation -
> C said recent tests ject is supporting an 11-year-old the AXO pledges are redecorating -
nutrition experts would raise its own Initiation re-
prove that when breakfast. is quirement. FUTURE DAYSA Philippine girl, Teresita. She is the patio. At the informal -

skipped, schoolwork "loses out." one of four children in a poverty "Go to Jail" party at

b The specialists said breakfast representative of the l'. S. stricken family.Panhellenic Carnation Ball last weekend,

b should supply a person with at According to figures released Army ulll be in the Education Sing Is next Fri- Charlie Maloy andJlmBorckwerechosen

s'I' least one-fourth of his daily calorie b)' William G. Cross, adviser to Placement Office February 6, 7, day night at 8 PM In the University as "Jail Birds" of the

o I'o' and body-building protein fraternities, the fraternity men's and 8th. Those interested may Auditorium. Tickets can night. The SN's are enter"talnlng

allowance of vitamin C. academic average 2nd trimester go to Room 100 Norman Hall, or be purchased from any sorority the Alpha Chi's at a dinner social -'

) B They said persons should not shy 1962-63 was 2.38; while the all call 6-3261, ext. 2894 or 2896 for girl for 25 cents. tonight.

1 a' away from a substantial breakfast. men's 3'erage3S 2.422. Non- information. appointments, and Sorority girls I manage to The Sigma Kappa's won their
applications. squeeze in other activities along first basketball the
. L 2436. game against
under the theory that it will result fraternity men averaged
t ftJ in increased weight. Break- Pre-Medical and Pre-Dental with song practice. The DPhlE's Alpha Chi's. A make-up demon-

pIt fast-skippers frequently double students must register with the are planning for their first open stration was given by Merle* Nor-

their usual intake of calories by Grade point figures for last Pre-Professional counseling Office house tonight. The campus Is invited man at the house for the benefitof

. 51 snacks. trimester are not yet available. Room 12 Flint Hall. and refreshments will be the girls.r .
3: nibbling on high calorie '. . ,, . . .

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Page 4 The Florida Alligator FridayJanuary 31,1964

I LETTERS | Trouble Ahead, PodnahBy

di.t; CO xa aI.ae; GoldwaterEDITOR Wire EditorIt

: looks like President Johnson tall Texan, has a hankering

a new ruckus in the political pea patch-and this time when the
Mr. Wesley Robert's letter of Just settles he might Just end up with a longhorn by the tail.

A January 22 Is distorted In its approach it was reported In Drew Pearson's syndicated column
Johnson, ,
ResponsibilityDon't contradictory In its con-
and for federal aid to parochial schools, a move which no
't nt. It Is typical of the liberal Is pressing
and one which be
has ever attempted, may headed for
to let other president
philosophy which is willing
with nine old
western-style showdown gunslingers who havea
get us pveryone say what they want, as an early the draw In such
wrong. reputation for being pretty quick on Issues --the
We LIKE the Jong as the liberal establishment
athletic department. We think basically it does a Court.
very good job of administering a million dollar business and giving controls all policy and legislative Supreme The showdown perhaps will bring to a climax the tug-of-war betweenthe

the students a fair shake. matters. administrative and judicial branches of government concerning the
there Is for the
If a reason grow
But we cannot completely agree with Its handling of tickets for and state.
subject of religion
th of the federal government,other
tomorrow night's UF -Kentucky basketball game In Florida Gym. than an expanding national defense, For if Johnson presses for such legislation It will surely stand in

Percy Beard, assistant athletic director, whose responsibility It Is* It has not been because the people direct conflict with the Supreme Court's recent prayer decision designed -
to see about seating matters at all said of the schools.
games, yesterday that he have "demanded it." to take religion out
expects no one to be turned away tomorrow night. II Senator Goldwater's state- And It will, no doubt, seem a riddle to the American people who see

If this Is the case, no criticism is warranted. ments "are exactly the kind of this strange cycle -the Supreme Court taking religion out of state and

Some 1,100 non-student tickets have been sold and some 1,200 statements designed to fulfill school while the president puts It back.

portable chairs will be set up in front of the "endzone" bleachers, Khruschev's prophecy that aSoviet Regardless of the outcome, the court's nine graying gentlemen tote

according to Beard. flag will fly over America", why pretty big 'six-guns' in this area, namely the first amendment to the '

Is it that the Communists don't U.s. Constitution and at least three former decisions to serve as
If there Is one student who is turned away without a seat tomorrow
the .
advocate states' rights? On precedent.The
night, then the athletic department has failed in its function. Every contrary, the Communists have First Amendment to the Constitution opens as follows: "Congressshall
UP student should have the right to see the "
game. supported every socialistic, wel- make no law respecting an establishment of religion -
The athletic department, on its own, made It possible for WUFT-TV, faristic, and power-centralizing And It may Just seem strange to these nine gentlemen as well as to

the university's educational television station, to telecast the game measure ever proposed.Apparently a large segment of the American people that the very first forethoughtof

without commentary as It did last Monday night when the Gators played their error has now been pointed the document's authors has come to be an afterthought to the present
Alabama here. WUFT Is not usually on the air on Saturday's and we out to them. administration.

teleca.ctBearS applaud both the athletic department and WUFT for tomorrow's night Mr. Roberts Is troubled because The court's Interpretation |of the First Amendment Is seen in the 1946

the laws of some of the statesdo case of Everson v. Board of Education In New Jersey, and gives faith

not conform to his particular to those who oppose such attempts to merge state with education and

: said he hopes the telecast "will take the pressure off" the Ideology .There are many who feel relitlon. The opinion reads as follows -

I, seating situation. We hope so too. the same about the federal govern- "The 'establishment of religion' clauses of the First Amendment

"Our main concern is the students," Beard said. "I'm not too worried ment. The federal government does means at least this...neither a state nor the Federal governmentcan

about the public." not guarantee the right of an individual pass laws which aid one religion, aid all religions or prefer one

We hope, for the students' sake, this Is true tomorrow night. to work at a particularjob religion over another...no tax in any amount, large or small, can be

We congratulate the athletic department on its efforts, through the in which union membership is levied to support religious activities or Institutions, whatever they

extra seats and the live telecasts, to make sure everyone sees the required. Just because most agit- may be called, or whatever form they may adopt to teach or practice

game. ators for civil rights Ignore this, religion...in the words of Jefferson, the clause against establishmentof
But If one student Is turned away from the gym tomorrow night, it Is It any less a right? In this religion by law was Intended to erect "wall of seperation between

will have failed In its responsibility to the student body. case some twenty states do guar- church and state."

t W.W.L. antee this right to their citizens. Similar court opinion can be seen in the 1948 McCollum v. Boardof

tI The reason for the decline of Education decision as well as in a later 1952 verdict.

I We Told You So many great civilizations has beenan Why then does Johnson seek to merge state and religion? Despite his

over centralization of power Intention, honorable as It may be, we have to join with the nine Supreme
rather than decentralization. Court justices in this matter.

Three..two..one..ignitlon..flzzle..plop. These declines were caused because Freedom of religion should mean just that-laissez fairehands

When Russia launched Sputnik I, It started out infant space Industry people refused to face their off. It means the freedom to associate with any religious institutionAS

Into a frantic scrambling effort to get America back into the race. responsibility and forced it upon WELL AS the freedom to choose notto associate with another. That

Vanguard I was readied on its pad and, in view of millions of anxious the state. This Is the responsi- was what the court meant in the prayer decision. And that's what

eyes roared its way into one of the most embarrassing moments in bility that Senator Goldwater would Jefferson meant by "erecting a wall of seperation between church and
America's technological history. return to the people. state."

Wednesday night's political debate, after a faltering countdown, The most Irresponsible thing the Americans of all faiths pay school taxes for the'support of public

roared into failure with all the excitement of a seven-thirty lecture. American people could do is to schools. If your neighbor pays this tax and In addition decides to send

And it wasn't even embarrassing..because everything went off continue In the hypnotic spell of his child to a private institution -that's his business, a private affair

as expected. liberalism which would destroy the and not the concern of government.To .

Before scheduling of the event, The Alligator and both party chiefs self-reliance and individualism favor one demoniation will require the favoring of all. This meansa

had expressed the opinion that the debate would not be worth the effort.At which made this country great. channedlin of taxes to private institutions at the eventual expenseof
most, we expected a hundred or so party members to be on hand to state schools.
cheer as their candidate strove mightily to impress the empty seats. Fred Hedges But
greater than the economic side of the Issue, Is the principle.It .
This year even they didn't show !
up is our belief that
PuppetsEDITOR any attempt to tie state with religion, regardlessof
So the vacant seats of University Auditorium missed their annual benevolent
intention, Is to violate one of the basic concepts of
privilege of reflecting the ringing tones of oratorical polemics.Red American
life. It is to
: deny Americans of the 'two way' freedom
Skelton, on one of his shows during the "Vanguard" era which
In a previous letter, questioned should be theirs: the freedom to associate with a religion of
stood in the middle of the stage his head in
swinging a semicirculararc their
Mr. Harshaw's as well
ability and quali- as the freedom to not associate with anotherbeit
; his gaze beginning at floor level, swung temporarily upwards, In
and returned to the stage. fications. I anxiously awaited a attending an institution or simply paying taxes for its support.
refutation of my opinion, and I --
Asked what he was doing, he answered, "Pretending I m at Cape
finally one. It
Canaveral, missile watching." appears With my money helping to sup-
that we have Frank Harshaw to ObjectivityEDITOR
port this "newspaper, I expecta
- -
thank for the FREE CAMPUS
If you find your roommate sitting alone in the middle of a large BUSES and little more objectivity and a
a $2.50 CHARGE FOR
auditorium, don't ask him what he's doing..he'll Justanswer, "debate : lot less Gator propaganda. Let
listening." Without a doubt, the Alligator the Kennedy supporters pay for
commendable? is the most biased, un-objective his campaign---not the student
I don't claim to be unbiased
party "poop" sheet in body!
W. C. N. ex-
what I do claim! is that I have
istence. It isappalling to note I doubt that this letter will do
access to Information of, and three
the lack of journalistic quality and much good, and knowing the Alli-
years experience in SG.
Anyone objectivity as this campaign gets gator as I do, I doubt that a pieceof
The who is honest with
himself and
Florida hotter. will
AlligatorServed In all the letters to the anti-Kennedy Information
has been In SG
during the past editor, why is it that only the even get printed. I get most of
by United Press year realizes that SG is a PUP-
International anti-Harshaw shoved
PET SHOW. letters are printed? the Kennedy "poop"sheets
Is it because these letters are under my door at the dorm; when

I Editor .... ..... ........ ...... ... ... .. ... .. ....... Walker Lundy This Is quite apparent and was unbiased observations of the political will the Gator Alligator afford this

Managing Editor ..... .... ........ .. ... .. ... .... .. Bill Fuller apparent at last year's election. scene? ROT! It is because service?
Assistant Managing Editor..... ..... Both Paul Hendrick and Frank these
..... .. ... .John Askins letters are useful Brad Sawtell
Editorial Editor ....... .. ... .. .. ... .. ...... .Wayne Norfleet Harshaw are (in Hendrick's case, tools for the Gator party campaign and 1 UC

Sports Editor ... ......... ... ... . ....... ......Dave Berkowitz were) the puppets and Mac Melvin, Florida Alligator! the (Editor's note: We admit that our

Wire Editor ...... ................... ... ...........Bob Thomas Steve Gardner, Charley Wells, the I am especially rankled Editorial Editor is biased.
by the
Feature Editor, .. ..... .. ......... ... .. .... ..Cynthia Tunstall puppeteers. It is also quite knowledgeable letter by Robert Leaman which After having been barranged by

I Campus Living Editor ... .... .. .. .. .. ... .... .Judy Lynn Prince that Paul Hendrick i appeared in Thursday's Alligator supersensitive party members of

\ Editorial Assistants....John Hancock, Ernie Lltz, Glenn Laney, wanted to run for re-election, but in which he refers to the VOTE both sides for two weeks becausehe

\ Gall Sobering, Nancy Zimmet, Alan Campbell, Betty Wendt, and these three gentlemen felt that he party's platform as"self Incrimi- is allegedly "biased" for the
had become TOO
independent and
Betsy Garrison.Reporters..Mike. "
nating. His otner side heard to
told him criticisms are much he has been
forget it.
Power, Jim Castello, Phil Hevener, Joel Gaston, I like the Gator party's own platform comment, "a plague on both your
fully expect to see !letters
Douglas Molitor, Donlta Mathison, Sally Stock Kathie Martin Carol many full ''.
in The : of sweeping generalities houses, I hope you both lose! ,
Nobls, Ann Carter, Joe Kollln, Pam Pulley, Agnes Fowles, Ronald Alligator refuting this hazy logic, and empty ideas. ....After calming down,howeverwe
but this is
Meserve, Bob DeLoach, Fran Snider, Fred Lane, !Kathrine Duda, one, not my point in The letter criticizes VOTE'S give the usual explanationwe --
it. IF -
writing THE
Jean Fagot, Judy Teich, Evan Engle, George Aims, Phil Ceyer, STUDENT AVERAGE because it has specific, con- print almost every letter we
Steve Vaughn, Don Federman, Becky Quinn, Larry Zimmerman, WHAT OCCURS KNOWS crete objectives in mind. This receive and have yet to allege

Jackie Cornelius Pat Hogan, Charner Powell, Patti Pitz, Gary SCENES BEHIND THE logic comes from a collegestu- that any one of them Is even the
Williams, Don Davis, Terry Rogers, and Sue Haugsted. POLITICS dent! Incidently the LEAST bit .
AND GOVERNMENT HE WOULD much her- objective.So

THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student newspaper of THINK TWICE ABOUT: MAKING alded Gator party platform was to Brad, you can consider

the University of Florida and is published five times weekly except UP HIS MIND SOLELY ON- come out on Monday, but it failed your's a historic first in objec-

luring the months of May, June, and July, when a weekly issue is pub- EPHEMERAL QUALIFICATIONS.Neal to how appear until Tuesday. Is this tivity..and thanks for reminding
Jshed. THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is entered as second class matterat the Gator party intends to us who we're biased for today!

the United State Post Office at Gainesville, Fla. keep its campaign promises if We always have trouble remem-
Cooke elected? I
wouldn't be
surprised. bering.)



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Demos DinnerMIAMI street riots earlier this Peking Hit
month in which an esti-

(UPI) -- Richard mated 21 persons were MOSCOW (UPI) .- The
Maguire, treasurer of the killed and nearly 600 Communist party news-
Democratic Party National wounded.A paper Pravda, in its first i ;
Committee, meets today third point in the Pana- major attack on Peking in
with Florida's party lead- manian plea was that the three months, accused the
ers to whip up interestin hemisphere group act to Chinese Communist
the presidential dinnerat remove causes of existing government yesterday of '
Miami Beach Feb. 27. friction between the two trying to hoodwink its peo- 2
countries which Panama ple and turn them againstthe
President Johnson will Frank Lent Rogers Bartley
speak to the $100aplatedinner said stemmed from the canal Soviet Union.
In the Fontainebleu treaty.ProWest. Pravda denounced the
Hotel. The event is being Chinese for ignoring Pre- There's big news about Living Insurance from Equitable.A .
billed as the official PledgeSAIGON mier Nik ita S. Khrush- new series of policies that\ give liberalized benefits and new

lauchlng of the National chev's Jan. 3 peace mes- benefits unique with Equitable. There's even a new look to
South VietNam
to governments
sage many
Democratic for 1964.Party cam (UPI) -- The toughAmerican and for accusing the Krem- all Equitable policies, making them easier to read and
, trained general who lin of "getting togetherwith understand. So if you've been planning to buy
Canal StartingPANAMA seized neardictatorialbloodless imperialists." insurance, now's the time to do it. Call The

coup in South Man from Equitable. Look ahead with-
CITY \UPI) .- Viet Nam pledged yester- Space LaunchesCAPE '
Panama asked the 20-aa- day to sweep away Communists LIVING INSURANCE..FROM EQUITABLE
tion Organization of and "traitors" who
American States (OAS) favor FrenchInspiredneutralism. KENNEDY (UPI) D \
yesterday to guarantee it -America successfully

against alleged U. S, ag- Saigon radio broadcasta launched an 804-pound Frank Lentz &. Rogers Bartley
...gression.The decree signed by 17 Viet- bundle of cameras and radio -
Panamanians also namese army generals anda equipment from an orbiting 236 S.W. 4th Ave. FR 2-1210
called on the OAS to get large number of colonels station space yes
them ind indemnificationfor backing Khanh in his ouster terday and sent the probeon
"damages and grievances of Minh who had led the a 240-mile mission to
," they allegedly suffered coup against President Ngo explore landing places on
in the anU.AmerlcanNORAD Dinh Diem last Nov. 1. the moon.
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Plays SundayThe

1 4;'

UF will be host Sunday to YOU HAVE
what is believed to be the only I
multi-service military band in the

world. BEEN WAITING FORI! 1. I've been giving a lot of thought 2.As recipient! of a collegeto
The featured group Is the NORAD the future-career-wise and education feel it i li Incumbent
pop concert band, which will per- goal-wise. upon us to work in areas which
form at 3 p.m. in the University uilow us to make a contribution
Auditorium.The I ve been pretty busy working to sotjety.
on my hook shot.
program is sponsored Watch me dribble
Jointly by the Air Force and Army NEW right around you _
ROTC units and the Departmentof
Music at the University. It
is open to the public free of charge. BARBARASTREISAND u
Representing over 200,000
American and Canadian servicemen
and women in the North
American Air Defense Command,
the NORAD band consists of 78
musicians, each of whom is a C1I
professional in his own right.
The band was organized and is
directed by USAF Lt. Col. Mark
Azzolina, who uses unusual
arrangements and presentations NEW
for his shows. He comes from I
a family of musicians.

His shows contain pop tunes., 3. Material/ reward i is Important| t classics, marches and jazz, with BOB DYLAN -so long as iho job ii is one of for must. Ix- furward.lo i1ng and
the University program tabbed as profound significance encourage-inUlative. I

'Cavalcade of Music." I'm a terror off the ')fulfil,. Notiu- tIN fratlN touchon
While based at Colorado Springs, ALBUM the Kill.V .
Colorado, the band has appearedon
such shows as the Bell Telephone .
Hour, the Dinah ShoreShow, On Columbia Reserve Records
the Steve Allen Show, the Canadian
exhibition, the Chicago Trade Fair,
and New York's Carnegie Hall. It
Is scheduled to tour England in
March. .' .

Though now in the armed ser- ORDER NOW & SAVE ,t i LLJ
vices of the United States or t
Canada, many of the band members 1
have had experienced with big '
name bands and orchestras suchas
Lawrence Welk, Pee Wee Hunt, $1.00 11; C
Stan Kenton and Woody Herman.

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..&, FoundLOST I .1 I I For Rent I-i 1- Wanted l WantedONE I

black rimmed glasses in 2 bedroom apt, private CHILDCARE $8.00 week ($1.60 reserved seat ticket to Ken- ;
black case. Please call FR2-9142, and bath. Electric and hot day). Babysitting .40 hr. (any- tucky and Florida game. Call FR !
Martha room 4049. (L-85-tf-c). furnished. $70 per month. time.) Ironing $2.50 basket. Call 6-7047 anytime. (C-86-lt-c).
FOUND -- opportunity to spend N.W. 3rd Place. 2-2946 or 2-7601, 120 N.W. 9th St. (M-79-
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FridayJonuory 31,1964 The Florida Alligator Page JStranger'

I IL! AutosFOR I Termed SuperiorWith

WANTED -- 2 MALE students to SALE: 1960 CORVAIR "700"

share 6 room Apts. with 3 other real good condition$800 or closest Humor-Warmth ComboBy
senior male students Apt. com- reasonable offer. Call FR 6-9120

plete with fully furnished kitchen between 10:30 p.m. -12:00 p.m.

and study room. 231 S.E. 2nd St. week nights and ask for Dave could have been a trite script Intoa that is sordid about it. Miss Wood'
6-4592. (C-75-tf-c). room 124. (G-83-5t-p). RICK SCHUSTER beautiful notion picture. is excellent as the "New York

Life magazine has gone so far Italian," who, out of the frustra-
Girls and Boys Interested in 1958 VW SEDAN with sun roof "Love With theProperStranger" as to suggest that this film Isa tion of a stifled home life, goes to

'FORMING FOLK GROUP for pos- light blue. Radio, heater, good is a superior attempt at good way to'introduce childrento bed with Steve McQueen, a com-

sible summer work,preferably transportation. Call during noon naturalism by an American. Muchof sex. But despite the fact that plete stranger, as "an
play guitar, bass or banjo. Call hour 2-7907. (G-83-5t-c). the credit must go to director Natalie Wood plays an unwed,preg- experiment."

2-9405 between 6-7 p.m. Paul Robert Mulligan, who turned what nant woman, there Is very littlei Herschel Bernardi 1, Harvey

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SHARE APARTMENT FR 2-3748. ea. with. The scenes involving them
(C-83-5t-c). 1956 DODGE V-8 ROYAL by orig. v u SilttrtistGl[! look like something from "Rocco

owner. Excellent condition R and and His Brothers." The opressive,
% (Author of "Rally Round the Flag, Boys!
H. Power Elite trans. Performs
depressing home life Is vividly
and "Barefoot Boy With Cktrk. )
like new. Brand new WW nylon shown.
For SaleFOR .I tubeless tires. Only $425. Call Even Steve McQueen proves that

2-3750. (G-76-5t-c). he can act. Director Mulligan .
THE INNER MAN takes his cute grin and turns it

i958 RENAULT Dauphine. Excel- College is fun and frolic and fullfillment-except for one Into an Important character trait.
SALEGrey rugBroadloomwool lent Condition. Recently repainted, McQueen becomes something more
melancholy omission: we don't get to enjoy Mom's home
twist 9x9 with pad $10. engine completely overhauled. than just a face to hang it on.
cooking. (In my own undergraduate days, curiously enough, I
FR 6-0179. J.G. Brewstev. (A- Radio and Heater. $300. Call 376- best this
did not undergo this deprivation; my mother, a noted crows- All the In film comes
86-lt-p). 3211 ext. 5628 or 2-3777. (G-85- out when Wood and McQueen are
country runner, was never home long enough to cook a meal
5t-c). until her legs gave out last Arbor Day.) hiding from her overprotective

But most of us arrive at college with fond gastric memories ofMom' family. Wood wants to get an abor-
FOR SALE -- Polaroid model 800, tion and the family wants to know
nourishing delicacies, and we are inclined now and thento
| wink-light, light meter. Bob Bern I :ServicesNESTOR'S I heave great racking sighs as we contemplate the steam who McQueen is. In the setting
stein 2-9410 after 5 p.m. (A-84- of an upholstery shop the two begin
tables in the campus cafeteria. Take, for an extreme example,
3t-c). the case of Finster Sigafoos. to discover each other. Slowlyand

-- TV, RADIO, HIFI Finster, a freshman at one of our great Eastern universities subtly McQueen starts to
BY OWNER 3 Br 1-1/2 bath. Air
SERVICE. Tubes checked free. I (Oregon State) came to college accustomed to home cooking ofa change, and Wood starts to wonder.
cond. Located Carol Estates
near Free Extimates. Next to Florida kind and quantity enjoyed by very few. Until entering Even the ludicrous theme song is
schools churches and etc. Low
1235 Bookstore parking lot. 1627 N.W. college, Finster had lived all his life in Europe, where his fatherwas worked in and made Important to
equity paymentsj82.00 1st Ave. Phone FR 2-7326. (M- an eminent fugitive from justice. Finstcr's mother, a the exposition.A .
18th Ave. 6-8781. (A-84-5t-c).
67-MWF-c). natural born cook, was mistress of the haut cuisine of a dozen new actor is introduced in
countries, and Finster grew up living and eating in the Con. this film in the person of Tom
tinental manner. Bosley. Don't expect a 20yearold -

ATTENTION ralleyists. 3 Heuer He arose each morning at ten and breakfasted lightly on figs, Adonis who can't act. Bosley
I I is 35 and fat. He plays a sym-
stop watches on chromed mounting PersonalWuWu
plate. Perfect condition. R.Cowles pathetic clod, willing to marry
l Wood in spite of her condition by
372-7748 nights.\-86-tt-c).
1 another man, and does a good Job.
radio we hate wildcats. Der In all, the film is one of those
TAPE RECORDER, All transistor.
Baron and Cotton don't show us rare combinations of art plus en-
Remote control,leather case,tele-
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pick-up, microphone,
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pancy. Gainesville's fastest grow- washing machine. Can sleep 4. :M. Brioche, as we all know, also invented croissants, French
ing new home community. VA, 3 blocks from campus. Also room toast, and-in a curious departure-the electric razor Other
FHA financing. Hugh Edwards Inc., overlooking garden In private home immortal names in the history of breadstuff are the (;ionium,
N.E. 16th Ave. and 15thSt.2-1551. with kitchen privileges if desired. Otto Pumpernickel ((15091818)lio) invented pumxTnickeI|

(A-70-tf-c). 6-0410. (B-82-tf-c). and thus became l known to [xwterity us The Iron Chancellor; By NANCY WEINBERGand

the two Americans! William Cullen Raisin ((1000-1812)( ) and BILL GOODWINThis
FOR INFORMATION on cooper- Walter Hye ((1931-19.T2): : ) who collaborated on the invention of
ative apartments in new University raisin and of Hain Christian Andersen <<)
BOLES 16. mm roll load turret rye; course, : ((180.V187">) week's Florida Union activities -
Park development write P.O. Box who invented Danish .
movie Camera. Normal and wide- pintry) features a touch of the Gay
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GLENN LANEY They bring imposing credentials Cotton Nash leads the Wildcatsand Gators, both with 18 plus averages. have to lost to Kentucky in sub
Assistant Sports EditorA to the confines of Florida Gym the SEC In scoring with a If either one of these two should sequent games. Florida has not
tomorrow night at 8:15. 27.1 average. Ted Deeken Is second have a bad night Tom Baxley is played either team. They are
wildcat is coming to town, Not only do they have the numberone on the team with a 20.7 right behind them to add his dependable scheduled to meet Tennessee Mon-
and Norm Sloan's Gators have the and number four scorers In average. shooting to the final day night and Georgia Tech Feb-
Herculean task of taking him by the Southeastern Conference, While the Gators have no one score. The two big men, Mont ruary 24.
the tail. (SEC), but they also have the pres- In the class of Nash they still Highley snd Richard Peek, are For years Rupp had played his
The Wildcat,of course,is Adolph tige of a number four national could be a pesky opponent for the always a threat. Wildcats in a strictly man-to-man
Rupp's Kentucky basketball team. ranking. Wildcats. The Gators rely mainlyon Kentucky, which was favored to defense. After suffering defeat
balance with any one of the win the SEC has suffered two setbacks twice in his won league some
starting team capable of pickingup in conference play. Their changes were made. The Wild-
GATOR SPORTSPage the pace when a teammate record is 5-2 while the Gatorsare a very aggressive 1-3-1 zone of-
I falters. 32. Tennessee and Georgia fense. It has given them two
Dick Tomlinson and Brooks Hen- Tech are the only two teams in the straight victories over Tennesseeand
8 Friday i ,January 31,1964 derson are currently leading the conference to beat Kentucky. Both Georgia Tech.
Sloan calls Kentucky's new defense -
I a "very aggressive zone."
Tankers KO SixthRankedN.Carolina "They send two or three men
t HEARElection after the man with the ball and
really put the heat on him," Sloan

Returns I Tarheels,48-47 said.The Gators, 9-4 on the season
will be fighting to keep a modest

I On WRUF CHAPEL HILL, N. C. (Specialto second behind UNC's ThompsonMann backstroke. His time for the 200 two game win streak alive. They
the Alligator) -- Florida's Gator who covered the course in backstroke was 2:04.6. have won consecutive games over
swim team bounced back and a time of 2045. The other Tarheel win came in FSU and Alabama.The .
7 to 9 p.m. Thursday edged the number six nationally Corbin won the 500 yard free the final event, the 400 yard free- frost meet Pensacola Junior
ranked North Carolina Tarheels, with a time of 5:22.1.In style relay, but left them one College In the preliminary contest.
48-47 before a shocked crowd here other wins the UF took firstsIn point short on the Scoreboard.
I last night. the 400 yard medley relay witha They cleared the 16 lengths in
The win put the tankers on the time of 3:50.6, the 50 yard 3:25.5.
winning track as they meet :3ast::: freestyle, the 200 yard butterfly Tomorrow the Gators move on
Carolina College in Greenville, and the diving. to Raleigh, N. C. for a meet with
N. C. today. Jerry Livingston won both the the North CarolinaState Wolfpack.
Florida won six of eleven events 50 free and the 200 fly. He swam The tankers will return to Gainesville ,
with the clincher coming in the the 50 free In 22.4 seconds, Just Sunday and begin a two-week
200 yard breaststroke as Sandy two-tenths of a second off his session of practice for the return
Chandler and Charlie King took varsity mark, and the 200 fly in match with Florida State at Flori-
first and second in 2:25.0: to put 2:01.9. da Pool on Feb. 15.
Brought to YouExclusively the Gators to the 48-point mark. Lansing Price andJ'erryChaves Frosh' Baseball
by The UF held a 40-39 edge goingin placed first and third in the diving
to the next to last event, the competition for Florida.
/ :
OpenMondayThe $
ALAN'S CUBANAYOUR 200 breast, and needed eight points Bob Roberts captured the 200 k
(a first and second) to cinch the yard freestyle for UNC with a UF freshman baseball team
FAVORITE meet. time of 1:52.0 and Harrison begins practice: for the 1964 sea-
Ray Whitehouse and Dill Corbin Merrill of UNC was clocked witha son Monday at 3:30 p.m. on the
NUMBERONESANDWICH set new varsity records in the first in the 100 yard freestylein varsity diamond.
SHOP 200 yard individual medley and 48.7 seconds. Students Interested in going out
the 500 yard freestyle, respectively The Tarheel's Thompson Mann for the team should be there on
6-1252 Whitehouse swam the 200 furnished the North Carolina squad Monday with their own gloves and
medley in 2:04.9: but only finished with two firsts in the 200 yard shoes. Catcher's equipment will
I individual. medley and the 200 yard be furnished.
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Now Available at Rutherford's

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the Gators will haveto

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beat Kentucky tomorrow

.. z night. He is Cotton Nash
." the S EC's scoring leader.CindermenSet.

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Time TrialsThe

,- ', Gator track teams get into
4 4r
action 2 p.m. Saturday with the
Hardened to 210 Brinell teirprreAI rcring: :, I first time trials of the season.

I your jeweler why this i is iniuoitont.:: :.. : :h The opening meet for the entire -
w fyjrL. squad will be the SEC Indoor -
Championship Meet to be
held in Montgomery, Ala. on Feb.
For the most complete selection of foreign and 15. The events to be run this
GAINESVILLE' S QUALITY JEWELERS week will conform to the indoor
domestic pipes and tobaccos available. distances but will be held on Florida -
track. .
MIKE'STOBACCO Coach Percy Beard, the thin-
MCMBt GUll SOCIETY AMCRlCAN, clads coach, said that standardsof
103 W. V Univ. Ave. performance had been set for
& BOOKSTORE this meet. Because times are

Ae..*,..< Artcarved .....1., faster on the larger track out-
., S.E. 1st St. & 2nd Ave. side, there are several eventsin
which team members'ffiustequaI
or exceed SEC Indoor records in
a order to go.Gators .