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Profs Venturing; Into Political Arena

By BECKY QUINN University Professors (AAUP). "It was all feeling, not really The public relations committeewill confidential chapter study.
Staff Writer According to Dr. Seymour purposeful and could have been then decide how the report "We would rather give it to

Block, UF Chapter president, the antagonistic," Block said. will be handled where the pressis the candidates and let them use

UF professors are venturingInto brochure is a report on what the "You have to be careful with concerned. their initiative, before we releaseIt
the political arena these days, faculty sees as ailments in the these things," he added. "We have to decide whether to the press," said Block.
and their approach isn't strictly state university system and prof- Release date for the brochureis this will be handled as a public
academic. fers suggestions to alleviate the not definite. Block said the report document or a chapter study," "And any version we release to
pains of red tape, procrastinationand will receive It's final going Park said Thursday. "But I believe the press will probably have to be
They're preparing a confidential pay-scale problems.The over when it is shown to Ala- the feeling is now that pub- somewhat smoothed over, some of
brochure to be placed in the handsof chua County's legislative delega- licity at this early stage is not the language reworded," he said.

Florida's gubernatorial and brochure, which apparently tion at a meeting next week. what we want."Certainly. Asked why the report would haveto
cabinet candidates by their per- started out as a pretty "hot" if there is anything be altered for public consump-

sonal political supporters among item, has been toned down to better unusual in the report, it wouldbe tion, Block replied that the final
the faculty. suit the group's conservative ele- From there it will go to the better to let it come from the decision hadn't yet been made,but

ments. chapter's public relations com- candidates and let them take credit that the general feeling was thatit
The brochure is the product of The first draft, prepared by the mitee, headed by Professor Bob for it," he added. would be better if it wen done
Joint efforts by several com- chapter's political committee,has Park, former UF student body that way.
mittees within the UF Chapterof been revised several times,Block president and Instructor of logic Fug<< the time being, however "We don't want to antagonize

the American Association of explained. and institutions. the report is being handled as a anybody," he said.

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I The Florida Alligator

& Vol56No.87 University of Florida,Gr-inesville MondayFebruary 3, 1964
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Candidates Opposed '

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On Tree-Plastering

.t f< a w M W Sharp disagreement broke out function. interest resulting in larger student

yesterday among SG presidential Kennedy proposed that"we limit turnout at the polls.

;; : hopefuls concerning the placementof campus 'pooping" to the green- "Many people don't stop to lookat
d'N aM'. /! printed campaign material on boards and banners rather than declare the greenboards," said

trees during the last week of cam open season on campus Harshaw, "And many of them don't
R't pus campaigning.Gator trees." become a ware of the candidates and

$ a ew 'ec Party t candidate Ken V.O.T.E. party candidate Frank their qualifications until the last

Kennedy said that a "plaster" Harshaw, however, said he was week.
campaign on campus trees is a against the proposal since the last- "Also," Harshaw added, "The
needless Uttering and has no useful week push created extra campaign lower slate candidates wait till

tne last week 10put up tneir printed

,c 41 I 'f Common Market room material on,the and greenboards there isn't alone enough for

this additional material"

) 'tit' Kennedy, on the other hand,con
1a; (
tended that by the final week the
/ ContinuesBRUSSELS names and faces of the candidates

"I t01 have been constantly before the
student body for two weeks. '
(UPI) Gaullist de Gaulle would produce further
3 .w rM7 "A last week saturationcampaign -
France's continuing wrangle with bomb shells for the community at can only result in unneces-
SATURDAY NIGHT 'FUN' its European Common Marketpartners his Friday press conference,but he sary expense for both parties: withno

was these broken windows at the Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity is expected to enter a new didn't.At benefit for the student body,"
phase Monday at a meeting of the the ministers' conference, the Kennedy said.

house. Coke bottles were lobbed through the win- six-nation community's foreign French plan toram through agi ee- "I ask Frank Harshaw and the

dows by unknown persons, according to campus police ministers. ment on the texts of a common V.O.T.E. Party to join me in this
West German Foreign Minister agriculture policy governing proposal to keep the campus from
reports. Gerhard Schroeder-or his deputy marketing of beef, rice and dairy becoming a huge litter basket,"
plans to present an "action products. Kennedy concluded.

Architect Buff To Run program"munity's development to guide during the com-1964.

Germany has insisted on pinningthe independent Group

French down on specific action 'I

For City/ Commission President within torpedoed Charles the market de the Gaulle British ever since unilaterally bid- For Harshaw FormsA

Arnold Butt, UF architect and the Gainesville City Commission. for membership in January 1963. new group joined the UF ne added.

chairman of the City Plan Board, In announcing his Intention to The two-day ministers' meetingwas political scene last week. "Many of our group have never
has announced his candidacy for run for the commission seat of originally set for last week.It "Independents for Harshaw," before been active in politics.
either Mayor Byron Winn or Dr. was held over to see whether
supporting V.O.T.E. Party presi- But we are working for Frank
Edwin Andrews, Butt said that dential candidate Frank Harshaw Harshaw and unre other Indepen-
as a member of the Plan Boardhe is above and from who will
"working apart dents who want a man
Nhung SuicideSAIGON had become involved in the Ranger Hits any formal campaign organization be close to their interests to

planning of proposals "which I ," co-chairman Bob Mounts work also," co-chairman Eric

feel are of major importance to But TV FailsPASADENA told the Alligator."As Smith said.
South VietNamUPI the city at this critical time." Independents, we were "We believe Kennedy and his
( ) -- The man who is "The expansion of the planning
afraid that many independentswould party are saying"Student Govern-
believed to have assassi- department, the capital improve- Calif. (UP) --
not realize that one of us ment is Mickey Mouse" in orderto
nated former Presi- ments program, and the proposed America's Ranger 6 spacecraft is running for student govern- get uncommitted independentsto
dent Ngo Dinh Diem and housing code, to name a few, are scored a spectacular bullseyehit ment's highest office," said lose interest in the campaignand
his brother, Ngo DinhNhu, programs which must be followedup on the moon Sunday, but fail Mounts. fail to vote Feb. 6," Smith
three months ago. shot with continued support," he ed to capture the first close-up "We feel Frank Harshaw will added.
himself to death Friday said. television pictures of the lunar
carry on the leadership tradition
night, liable military He said he would like to give surf ace--the main goal of the mis- "
of Bob Park and Paul Hendrick, "A majoring of the student body
sources disclosed. He was these his support from a
programs sion.The
is independent. We believe Frank
44-year-old Vietnamese city commissioner post. failure, spelled a disheart-
will do more for this majorityafter
army Major Nguyen Van Butt also pledged his supportto ening setback for U.S. scientistswho
elections because he is independent -
Nhung. the planning department and had hoped to make a close
and has demonstratedhis
According to sources, called for continued efforts to observation of the moon's terrainas 4'r
outstanding leadership
Nhung shot himself around properly staff the department fora a pioneering step toward send- M capa-
VIce-President. Mounts
9 p.m. Friday in a small healthy climate for business developments ing astronauts to the lunar body said.bility as

house next to Minh, a Sai- while "giving full pro by the end of this decade.

gon residence. He was tection to our residential neigh- They wanted to learn if the
buried by his family and borhoods." surface of the moon is smooth
"We are excited at this chanceto
friends Saturday in enough to land a spaceship.
army Butt replaced Sheldon Plager
show the Influence and the In
the military cemetery in Close-up pictures also would
chairman of the Plan Board early terest of the Independent in cam-
Saigon's Gia Dinh suburb. last fall, when Plager resigned have pushed this nation ahead of affairs Smith said.UF .
MOUNTS pus ,
from the board. Russia in lunar exploration. SMITH


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MondayFebruary 3,1964 The Florida Alligator Page_3


.i''',:''''t." < 4' : 3 Ex.. Nazis 1f

'''... _____
l''"I''' Found In

Bonn Offices 41 ? 'j$1

RONNUPI: ) The discoveryof
f ; three former Nazis found
working in high places within the
West German government Sunday
y cast a shadow over Chancellor tS4 r
Ludwig E r h a r d's first three r

months. in office.
Erhard's minister for refugees,
the only member of the cabinethe
picked personally, resigned last
week in the face of charges that
he had an active Nazi past whichhe
later tried to hide. t A F 4:

Friday, police arrested chief S 1
of Erhard's security guard for H
alleged participation in war-time
.r lA,Aa s massacres of Russian Jews.A .

4:r{ ..., month ago, police announcedthe ,'"
arrest of a member of Erhard's
office staff for allegedly spying
for a Communist government. The ,
xk accused held high office in the ,
Nazi ministry of interior. .

__'_ ____.m._ ____.__ _1xNWne Erhard Inherited the last two
GATOR PARTY men, and so little blame attachesto V.O.T.E. PARTY
him personally in their cases.
But he will have considerable candidate Frank Harshaw left vice-
presidential ,
candidate Ken Kennedy talks to a group of dorm residents difficulty explaining to parliament
why he appointed 61-year-old Hans presidential candidate Dick Adams, and Harshaw's wife,
in his bid for the Student Government presidency. Krueger to the ministry for refugee center, talk with group of girls at the Chi Omega soror-

his past.affairs without checking into ity house' during their campaign.Sounders .

Krueger Joined the Nazi partyin
1933, soon after Hitler took
.; None In Florida But over the government. Apparentlyin
order to gain the favors of the Attends
party bosses, Krueger Insinuatedat
that time that he had partici-
pated in Hitler's abortive 1923 Southern I
It's Groundhog DayJuly putsch In Munich. AssemblyDr.

Later, he was appointed Nazi
party chief and civil Judge in J.V.D. Saunders, of the UF Columbia.Dr. .
4 is dedicated to freedom; Record. On Feb. 4, 1952, Mr. Chojnlce in German occupied Center for AmerlcanStudies, Saunders Is head of the
Jan. 1 to New Years; Dec. 25 Davis of Wisconsin addressed the Poland. The Poles allege he is In Biloxi, Miss. attending the university's National Defense Education -
to Christmas; and Feb. 2 to House of Representatives on the also sat on special tribunals which ninth Southern Assembly Tulane Act Latin American Lan-
nature's weather bureau, the subject of Groundhog Day, ordered a number of Poles University.He guage and Area Studies Program
groundhog.On declaring the honorable Mr. Gavin executed. Is among 60 southern leaders which is part of the Center for
this day, according to legend, of Pennsylvania had "pre- Krueger pleads loss of memoryto in fields of business, labor, agri- Latin American Studies.
the lowly groundhog -- otherwise sumptuously claimed the title of details of his activities in Cho- culture, education and government
known as the woodchuck -- rises groundhog capital of the world," Jnice. However, he first had him- Invited to discuss "The Population Leave Your Car For
from its burrow to a place of when it really belonged to Sun self suspended from office pendingan Dilemma" -- topic of the 1964
International glory as predicter of Prairie.In investigation, then Friday sud- conference.The Service
the weather. Even geographicalareas denly resigned. He Insists he did Southern Assembly is spon- While Attending
so vastly unfortunate as to his reply, Mr. Gavin stated nothing criminal while In Poland. sored by Tulane in cooperationwith Classes
have no groundhogs, such as the that this Wisconsin town was"justa the American Assemriy of
state of Florida, are said to be wide place In the road" and that Columbia University. The non- KUYKENDALL'SPURE
under the Influence of the animal's the groundhogs there were ReminderStudents partisan organization, which dis-
prognostication.The "coddled, faint-hearted, and not cusses current problems on the OIL
comparable with the rough, tough who Indicated they basis of authoritative, factual Information Service Station
groundhog legend Is old, Punxutawney groundhog." expect to transfer colleges before was founded by former 22 N.W. 13th Street
having been brought to Americaby Some time ago the National Geo- they next enroll are reminded thatit President Dwight Eisenhower Cracked
3 dozSUQ
declared the 1950 when he was president of Eqq5 -
Immigrants from Great Britain graphical Society is necessary to file an application -
and Germany. The theory is thatif whole groundhog idea ridiculous, requesting this transfer in .
the animal comes out of its and said the day ought to be the Office of the Registrar, Room
winter quarters on the Februaryday abolished. And the weather bureau 34, Tigert Hall.'Hams'.
and sees his shadow, he will asserted not long ago -- using
be scared by the sun and retreatto temperature and other weather To MeetThe
the burrow. figures for the past 60 years --
Obviously, the world is in for that the groundhog was correctin
another six weeks of winter. his predictions only 28 per Gator Amateur Radio Club
h 3i
U the day is cloudy, however, cent of the time. will meet today at 8 p.m. in Room j
he will not return and winter will 51 of the Engineering Building.The ; o ay
soon give way to a balmy spring. "Its just another day for us," Civil Defense project will be
Pennsylvania is said to be the says Keith Burton of the discussed \ ?
home of the American groundhog Gainesville station of the United
fables. Several groups of fun States Weather Bureau. Kantor SpeaksDr.
makers have organized clubs there The groundhog, however, having
and In other locations to observe little to do with the weather bureauof Harry Kantor of the Political -
ground hog movements and this has National Geographic, continues Science i Department will
resulted in great rivalry between with his annual prediction which speak Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. on
some of the organizations.In some groundhog club members will "The Panama Crl 1s" in Room 18 I
tell you is right "90 per ce. t of of Matherly Hall. A question and
answer period will follow his talk. .
Northeast Pennsylvania, the the time. _.
-- I
Punxutawney Groundhog Club
boasts of having been in business
since 1898. Another early organizing -
group was the Quarryvllle, Pa.,
Slumbering Groundhog Lodge,
formed In the early part of 1900. Wear an Aura of Classic DistinctionJJlouytree
The state of Wisconsin has even
gotten in the act. One town in
this state --Sun Prairieerected
a sign declaring "WELCOME TO Marion Finance

-WE WORLD." .. .. s r
A feud developed between Wis-
consin and Pennsylvania that go FR 6-5333 Loans jp to S600 222 V'J. Uriiv. Ave. 1227 West University
so far as into the the Congressional

2 The Florida Alligator MondayFebruary 3,1964 FOR LYCEUM PRODUCTIONSA

Student Tickets $3.06?

Not So, Says Dr. Poole

By CAROL NOBIS certs cost students 9 cents. Here students support a lot of things
Staff Writer is how his figure was obtained: they don't attend, he said.
Total number of students this Not all students are interestedin

"No Individual student is pay- trimester and last,27,936,divided debating, but the debate teamis
,1 s
? ing $3.06 for his seat" at Lyceum into the Lyceum budget, $20,000, supported through student funds,
Council concerts, said Lyceum results in 72 cents. Lyceum gives Poole said.
advisor Reid Poole. eight concerts, so each concert Poole said ushers should be paid
The $3.06 figure was given by costs each student 9 cents. because, "When you pay someone,
Lyceum business manager Ray "I'm In no disagreement with whatever the amount, you have an
Anderson recently Ray Anderson,"said Poole. Every element of control." Mini-
Poole, head of the Departmentof student that attends a Lyceum mum payment might be $1 a night,

Music, said that Lyceum con- event appears to pay $3.06, but he said.

......... ..._- _.......... ._._......._.__..... .... ........... ......_-,"_.__... -,._........_........... Lyceum Pres. Ann Brown said
]VTI! ,>> FRIENDLY GAME OF SOCCER rtm small amount of money that could .
be paid them wouldn't make them I'
. .was enjoyed by a group of visiting Brazilian Studentsand I Girls On The Drill Field feel more responsible, she said.

members of the UF Soccer Team Saturday. Miss Brown said,"Possibly it's
not fair to people not to have ushers
I Nope Just Angels Flying during intermission, but students

Union May Become usher for enjoyment."

What are girls doing on the drill friendly and make you feel at

field? home." They come an hour early and
Classroom BuildingThe It seems that not even: the mil- The Angel Flight meets every stay on duty until 15-20 minutes
itary is a man's world anymore. Thursday afternoon from 2:30 to after the concert starts.
The Angel Flight has invaded the 4:30. Alter the usual get aqualnted Poole said ushers are needed
present Florida Union sources in addition to Bryan'scontribution. Air Force ROTC, but the cadetsare session, the Angels hold an informal most when tho lights are out in

Building may be used for class- not voicing any objections. meeting to plan activities case of fire, panic or door crash-
rooms and offices upon completionof Student activity fees, part of Cadets in the Billy Mitchell drill for the week. The second houris ers. Ushers represent the university -
the new Student Center. the Student Publications' budget, team have a marching song which spent on the drill field meeting and they make a performance I
According to Donald J. Hart, and money donated by the Federal indicates how the Angels have been cadets and practicing drill rou- enjoyable, the advisor added.
government thru the W.P.A., sup-
Chairman of the Campus Develop- welcomed, "Angel, Angel Angel tines.
ported construction o f the build-
ment and Planning Committee,the Flight, if you were here we'd marchall Last semester the Angels

space is "certainly needed" for ing.The Union was completed and night." marched inthe homecoming paradeand Both Miss Drown and Poole said
this purpose at the university.He in the Ocala Christmas parade that a professional business
dedicated in April of 1936. m?na-
added that he thought the space According to Marsha Costa, it This semester the Flight will ger is needed. Poole said that
In 1941 construction began on a
would be shared by several colleges new wing, which ran north from the seems to be a two way feeling. march in the Caspar 111 a parade In the Job(of business manager) takes
on the campus. older building. This wing was "What makes Angel Flight so Tampa, and is scheduled for drill more than a year to learn. Miss
This will not be the first time completed in 1942, and housed great, is finding a place on sucha competition with all Flights In the Brown commented that a student )I
the building has been used for big campus where people you Southern Conference at Florida with studies may find it hard to
classrooms and faculty off ices until -
classrooms and offices. Accord- 1950. meet go out of their way to be State University In March. do a good Job.
ing to the office of W. E. Rion,
A final addition was made on the
Director of the Florida Union,
main floor of the building in 1957.
a section of the Union was used
The new Student Center will /
Non-Techn/ca// / Job
for this from 1942 to 1950. Opportunities
cost nearly $5 million, and con-
struction will begin around April
Rion's office also provided a 15th. according to Arnold F. Butt, GradsJob
history of the Florida Union Build- UF consulting architect.He Steadily Increasing For
ing, beginning with fund raising
said he believes that the
for construction of the Union.In have been raised because there
building will be occupied by Jan- opportunities for college fields, he said.Mayberry .
the 1920's, William Jennings 1966. graduates with a BJS. or B.A. said the percentage of are fewer openings: and the employers -
Bryant began collecting for a Y. uary, in non-technical fields are steadily nontechnical job opportunities offered are striving to get "the
M.C.A. Student Activity Buildingat He believes that the buildingwill increasing, according to Mau- has increased lately. Of the cream of the crop," accordingto

the University.This be occupied by January, 1966. rice Mayberry, university place- placement interviews sched- Mayberry.
building was never erected, Calvin C. Greene, Campus En- ment office director. lie gave three reasons for the
uled for the first 16 days of Feb-
but he raised $40,000 which he gineer and Director of the Phy- Increase in non-technical job
turned over to the University for sical Plant, said it Is his under- "Demands for graduates on the ruary, 44 per cent are of a non- interviews at the UF:

the construction of the Union. Thisis standing that bids for the build- B.S. level in the technical fields technical nature. --Graduates In the nontechnical -
how Bryan Lounge received its ing will be opened on March 12. have decreased lately," Mayberrysaid. "Business employers are not fields are Increasing;
name. He added that in most cases, specifically Interested in those --The reputation of the UF has
In 1935, construction onthe construction begins from threeto holding master's degrees," said grown and there is a concentration -
Union began. The total cost! of six weeks after the bids are "Economic reorganizationsince Mayberr, "most of the time a of promotional work In the
the building came from many opened. the recession in 1958, as B.A. or B.S. is sufficient" non-technical areas;
well as increasing specializationand Non-technical employers usually --There is a need for more
complexity, has resulted in require a master's degree for administrative personnel due to

an emphasis on attainment of a staff level employment. the increase of non-technical jobs.
master's degree: in technical Requirements in technical fields "Businessmen come from all
areas of the country to hold job
_. .
I I interviews at the UF," said May-

They need qualified managers."

CARS INEUROPE I G, It. Sims, director of the
placement service in the college

.,, of business administration, said
; there Is more opportunity for busi-
ness trainees now than ever be-
AT THE fore.

"Business has become more
complex Sims said.Movie .



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agent adventures of Merlin
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Jones 12:30 2 4:25 6:47
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2)) handles EVERY detail /incl. home-shipment
3)) sells at the lowest, tax-free, official factor prices and 9:01. Through Wednesday -
4)) sells only cars built for registration in the USA .
5)> r:'-vides WORLD WIDE service and FLORIDA UNION -- Ana-

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96)H Ends today.GAINESVILLE.
Ctmt in rt>H ncor
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Service orAST ,; STATE Through-.Thursday.Can-Can: 1, 3:30,

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4 The Florida Alligator Monday, February 3, 1964W


Reform Platform ? AlllQAtOROur Deficit Spending? .

M e lto lals whole Is a lengthy list of
as a specific
The Gator Party platform seemingly is a reform platform.II J. The V.O.T.E.
I represents an attempt to sell the student body on a new approach to proposals the party promises to carry out if they are returned to powerin
elections. Some of the proposals are In order
the Thursday campus
Student Government (SG).
This Is not to say that such attempts to convince students a change and well within the realm of feasibility. Other planks are in need of
r is needed are a bad approach. But in order to effectively Indicate the further explanation, particularly from the implementation angle.
.1 ability of Gator Party to effect change, explanations are needed. PurposeThe The single biggest question arising from the V.0.T.E.Party platformis
where is the money tree?
Alligator, in the
: I First, planks which necessitate funds Include: form of these two editor-

F student-faculty coffee shop. ials today, present to its Those planks for which the source of funds need to be revealed
and of and loan to
composition distribution scholarship listings
readers an analysis of the include:
all dormitory areas, Greek houses and married village's. This entails V.O.T.E. and Gator Party "negotiations to obtain use of the country club at the golf course
at least some expense andfurthelj seems unnecessary. platforms.We on weekends for dorm residents. It would seem transportation arrange-
a, --provide a vastly expanded program for Lyceum Council. This have attempted to ments would have to be made,thus expenses are Incurred. On what basis
i i strikes us as also being vastly expensive, though desirable. pick out the cloudy and will students pay for use of the facilities -- at the door or through student
--provide a matching funds to expand library facilities.SG .
program of
vague areas each plat- government fundsfinancial ?
-- sponsored tours throughout the state. We understand the Florida form and pose the obvious .- assistance to Interdorm social activities.bus .
Blue Key Speaker's Bureau performs this function now. questions to the respective -- transportation to Camp Wauburg.more .
j --financial support to Mayor's Councils for Improving living condi- parties in hopes they will -- popular Lyceum Council entertainment.free .
tions in married villages. use our pages tomorrow to .. busline for students to and from the downtown area.
establish an International Student's Speakers Bureau. answer them.It --a campus parking and driving regulations survey to be carried out
r --financial and moral support to all International Events. Does this is The This is the single most
'. Alligator's hope by a traffic engineer. perhaps expensive
represent a departure from present procedure and If so, will it mean ,;
I that this series of editorials plank, since traffic consultants do not come cheap.
expenditure of additional funds? will better enableour financial assistance for the International Host Program.

r readers to determine --opening of the International Center during evenings.SG .
, These planks require some explanation as to the financial arrange which candidate they want -- Travel Bureau. This appears nice, unnecessary and expensive.
, ments. The platform's only economizing item is the abolishment of to represent them. --provide funds for student-faculty coffees.
r that travesty, the Secretary of School Traditions. However, it is to : .,,' :.,: ', >."';:;.'"';'{'.,:.".<'. .. .:. .,. .... ... compile and distribute lists of C-courses and the respective pro-
r be replaced with a Morale Commission, which seems to be a new name fessors.
, for the same animal. Be Unbiased --provide financial assistance to extend village store hours In the

Several other planks need more specific Information.How Editor: married villages.
, is Gator Party going to cbnvlnce the administration and other --provide additional financial support for Dames groups' social
I Ao not know the presidentialor .
interested parties that college students need the stimulation speakers activities.
, other nominees of either the
representing various viewpoints (Communist Party, NAACP, WhiteCitizen's --provide technicians to improve TV reception and antenna problemsand
I Council, et al)? GATOR or the V.O.T.E. partiesand add Interference-free cable TV.
r I have not consulted with
I anyone affiliated with either par-
J How is the Honor Court to be modernized? ty in writing this letter. How- Thesti are our basic financial questions. It is difficult for us to
r --What is the plan for revising the present system of ticket pricing ever, it is very curious to note understand without some further explanation exactly where the money
, for Lyceum Council events? In The Alligator that in a large
will come from. There Is no mention in any part of the platform
j --How will events of wide student interest be scheduled for areas majority of (if not all) articles concerning economizing existing SG activities. If the money is not

that offer adequate seating? mentioning the candidates for Student coming from activities already sponsored by SG, then it would seem
to these must take exception to certain Government
In addition questions, we presidency or
V.O.T.E. has found sources of funds hitherto
parts of the platform.We their respective parties, the name
cannot understand why a student who is arrested and charged of Mr. Harshaw and/or V.O.T.E.
/ with shoplifting should not be considered exactly as if he were not a Party appear in front of and In Other Questions which arise from the platform include
student. It seems to us,there is no valid reason for treating one citizen larger headlines than Mr. Ken- --are negotiations now possible which were apparently impossible
differently from another. nedy's name or GATOR Party. recently to obtain student privileges at the country club?

i I hope we can count on unbiased --does V.O.T.E. have specific ideas concerning how to eliminate
respectful Alligator, as we have red tape surrounding registrationIs ?
also must to those which if carried out would
We' object planks require
J been able to do In the past for -- there any reason for REQUIRING The Alligator to publish
certain items to be published in The Alligator. our information. anything other than legal advertising, constitutional revisions, etc.?
These questions are important to the students. If it is indeed Gator Please let the students decide --should freshman and sophomores driving privileges be expanded?
I Party's desire to effectively operate SG, then the answers to these what candidate and what party Is We believe many thinking students would like to hear to these expla-
questions need to be aired before elections. first. nations. We believe they have a right to these answers.
B.F. Mario Mollns. 1UC B.F.


; The Faculty And The Honor Court 'nlllJlII.I'l

11IIII -

By HERB BLESSING ister Judicial proceedings in the state courts of criminal I took office last February. We relationship of the Honor Court
Chancellor of the Honor Court concerning persons accused of vio- jurisdiction. Due to this change, are confident that the record of staff to the faculty: the rignts or:
This is the last in a seriesof lating the Honor Code. Un- most of the investigative and dis- the Honor Court will continue to an accused student may not be
articles discussing the rela- fortunately, it is in this area of ciplinary proceedings of the court improve in this area. compromised regardless of the
tionship between the faculty and our work that we find the least have recently been conducted by Second, whenever an Honor Code effect on the faculty. Instances
the Honor System. Today, I shall understanding and the most ill-will law students. In all such pro- violation is reported by a memberof occur where there is not sufficient -
discuss the problems that arise as on the part of the faculty. ceedings, we have tried to keep the faculty, he may decide evidence to warrant con-
members of the faculty deal with Since the adoption of the student one precept uppermost in our the ultimate disposition of the viction of an accused student; but
persons representing the Honor jury system in 1961, the Honor minds: We are here to admin- matter. That is, the faculty member where the Involved faculty mem-
Court. Court has been operated in much ister an Honor System, not to may Impose his own disci- ber Is convinced of his guilt. In
The least Important function of the same manner, following the practice being lawyers. The two plinary sanction; he may have the such a situation, we believe the
the Honor Court staff is to admin- same procedures, as those used roles are almost always Honor Court do so; or he may rights of the student to be
concurrent; but in time friction, have the matter referred to some paramount. Instances occur wherean
the latter must give way to the component of the university admin- accused student wishes to entera
The Florida Alligator former. This consideration has istration. Not every Honor Code defense; but where the involved
led to two firm Honor Court poli- violation need be handled by the faculty member Is convinced that
Served by United Press International cies which need to be discussed. Honor Court. This relinquishment he has no valid defense. In such

Editor ......................'... ......... ...........Walker Lundy First, all Honor Court personnelmust of authority by the Honor a situation we believe that the
Managing Editor ......................................Bill Fuller be as respectful as possibleto Court has taken place to create faculty member should not attemptto
:Assistant Managing Editor...................... .....John Askins the members of the faculty. This increased referral by members of act as a prosecutor, but should
Editorial Editor ......................... .........Wayne Norfleet tenet is dictated by the urgent need the faculty. We think such referral provide evidence objectively in
ftwrts Editor ..................... .. .............Dave Berkowitz for increased faculty support for is desirable for several fairness to all concerned. Most
Wire Editor .:......................................Bob Thomas the Honor System. In widely Iso- reasons. The Honor Court knows faculty members understand and
i Feature Editor. .................................Cynthia Tunstall lated instances in the past, Indi- the past record of the student in agree with our position in regard
Q 'Campus Living Editor ...........................Judy Lynn Prince vidual members of the faculty regard to the Honor Code. The to these and similar difficult prob
t Editorial Assistants..John Hancock, Ernie Litz, Glenn Laney, have been treated with disrespect individual faculty member does lems. We can only-regret th knot
I Gall Sobering, Nancy Zimmet, Alan Campbell, Betty Wendt, and bordering on harrassment duringthe not. The Honor Court has the all faculty members do so.
I Betsy Garrison..Rgyortsrs..Mike. course of Honor Court pro- time and personnel to thoroughly We try very hard not to make
Power, Jim Castello, Phil Hevener, Joel Gaston, ceedings. It Is these Isolated Instances Investigate an alleged violation. mistakes In our relations with
Douglas Molitor, Donlta Mathison, Sally Stock, Kathie Martin, Carol and not the overwhelming The Individual faculty member members of the faculty. Inevitably,
NobU, Ann carter, Joe Kollin, Pam Pulley, Agnes Fowles, Ronald proportion of cases wherein faculty does not. The Honor Court can mistakes do occur. Seldom do they
Kesene, Bob DeLoach, Fran Snider, Fred Lane, Kathrlne Duda, members are treated with all due investigate a situation without regard occur twice. If you feel that
Jean Fagot, Judy Teich, Evan Engle, George Mims, Phil Geyer, respect, that seem to become the to the personalities Involved. any person connected with the
Steve Vaughn, Den Federman, Becky Quinn, Larry Zimmerman, subject of faculty gossip. The Often, the individual faculty Honor Court has acted Improperlyin
I Jackie Cornelius Pat Hogan, Charner Powell, Patti Pitz, Gary need for faculty support coupled member finds it difficult to do so. his dealings with you, pleaselet
Williams, Don Davis, Terry Rogers, and Sue Haugsted. with the increased maturity of Only by working together can the someone know. We cannot cor-
Honor Court personnel have faculty and the personnel of the
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student newspaper of rect our mistakes unless we know
created such thatI Honor Court be optimally effec-
the University of Florida and Is published five times weekly except an atmosphere about them. Complaints may be
during the months of May, June, and July, when a weekly Issue is pub-' have not become aware of fric- tive in insuring that justice directed to the Office of the Honor
tion between a member of my staff prevails.One Court to the of Student
or Dean
lU&ed. THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is entered as second class matter
and member of the faculty since last principle
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i MondayFebruary 3,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 5

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Packaged News For StudentsRights 1

Editor RepliesTo Bill Congo Violence East GermansGENEVA

Alligator Letter The House starts its show- Near-naked terrorists ern disarmament officials

down battle today on the rampaging through the yesterday denounced as a
administration's high-pri- western Congo staged a propaganda maneuver the
(ED. NOTE: This letter Is a newspapers are more responsiblefor ority civil rights bill. A mass attack yesterday on arrival of a CommunistEast

reply from Miami Herald Managing the supervision and counselof final vote Is expected with- the town of Gungu with German delegation.East .
Editor George Beebe to a letter a journalism department head in 10 days. bows and arrows and pan- German Deputy .

from Alligator Asst. Managing who has had newspaper experience.It The bill's supporters ga knives. Foreign Minister Georg
Editor John Askins challenging concerned me when your hoped that most of the The 40-man Congolese Stibi and two aides came ?
alleged quotes in a news story speech-making clear- government garrison defending to Geneva Saturday osten-
reporter to take a note
that the Alligator was "irresponsible" while ed away in last week's the town and its sibly to discuss disarma-
interviewing me yet the
and for the
a "plum entire two days of debate. population of 5,000 radioed ment with participants In
story quoted me profuselyand --
Greeks. inaccurately.In Southern opponents now urgent appeals to the the 17-nation conference.

a sense, this bears out whatI are geared to start fight United Nations CommandIn They quickly met with Soviet -
Dear Mr. Askins: for for disarmament ;
maintain about having an older ing dozens of amend- Leopoldville negotiat t
head around who I feel sure would ments to restrict the full ammunition. tor Semyon K. Tsarapkin
I regret that my remarks to have challenged the statement effects of the bill out-law- Gungu, 280 miles east and members of the four
your reporter were so badly mis- attributed ing racial discriminationin southeast of Leopoldvllle, other Communist delega-
to me, and checked 1 Itor
interpreted.When most areas of American lies 50 miles south of Idiofa tions.
)Jore publishing it.
I was in Gainesville last i"", life. which has been under attack Western officials said
Will you please give this letter
week, I thumbed through the first ., The first two sections by the Communistled the Western nations repre-
some mention in The Alligator
copy of the Alligator that I have that my position can be clarified. k: to come up will be pro- savages for the past sented at the conference
seen in two years, so I would visions to ban discrimination week.U. will ignore'the East Ger-

have no views on how well It is Sincerely in voting and public N. officials said they mans, and the United States '
edited or as to its responsibility.I accommodations. were organlzingahell- specifically will reject any '

do know that through the years George Beebe Southerners have aimed copter lift of ammunitionand attempt by the visitors to
The Alligator has been one of the most of their fire at the rations to the besieged establish contact. '
Managing EditorEd.
better college newspapers, and public J accommodationssection garrison. They said sev-
several of your past editors, are ( note -- The reporter who which covers hotels eral Congolese soldIers -
among our most qualifier staff Interviewed Mr. Beebe said she and similar lodgings, had been killed in the SpeculateMOSCOW :

members.The did Indeed take notes on the Inter- restaurants, service stark attack by the terrorists Radio
point I sought to stressto view. She also said that she, real- ; tions, theaters and other youths led by Peking- (UPI) --
your reporter was that the Uni- izing the ramifications of Mr. businesses catering to the trained Pierre Mulele. Moscow said yester-
versity of Florida journalism department Beebe's remarked,pointedly asked general public. Some day Soviet scientists believe ',

would be stronger and its him if he was speaking for the small establishmentswould Tax Cut'WASHINGTON that atomic power
graduates better prepared for their record at the conclusion of the be exempt from Its will makepossibleathreemonth '
careers if they had the college interview. She said he answeredin I' provisions. space voyage to
Mars and return to earth.
the (UPI) --
paper as a workshop.Most affirmative. Further, Mr. '
major journalism schoolsin Beebe made very similar accusa- LBJ Meet Off A Republican foe of the They were quoted as say-
tions $11.6 billion tax cut bill Ing the trip would take
the country have such an against the Alligator while
to PARIS (UPI) -- The on- conceded yesterday that about three years to com-
arrangement, and as a result we speaking a journalism class on
find their students more experi- the same day, according to a >: again-off-again meeting the measure probably will plete with non-atomic fi
enced upon graduation. journalism student present In the <' between President Johnson be through Congress and rockets. :;

I I told vour reporter that college class.) and French President on President Johnson's
I I k Charles de Gaulle appears desk by the end of this
definitely off -- at least month. May Double r;
I Finkness For LifeEDITOR I}{<. for the rest 011)64.! Sen. John J. Williams,

..... Highly placed diplomatic R-Del., said he would vote TAIPEI (UPI) -- Nationalist
; f' sources say plans for the against the bill, but he Chinese Econo-
: Fink For Life. get-together broke down acknowledged that little mic Affairs Minister C. T. :'

If the Alligator is going to take finally because De Gaulle stood In the way of quick Yang said yesterday for- .'..
Well, well, well, so only thirty this position, how can It hope to Insisted on Johnson comingto congressional action on the mosa may double its exports >s
students showed up for the Harshaw expect anything except apathetic > see him on French ter biggest tax cut In history."I to Europe despite
-Kennedy debate Wednesday nightin response from the Student Body? ritory. would guess the bill recognition of Communist

University Auditorium. You have put yourselves In the won- Talks about a possible will be out and on the China by France. lie said
According to Thursday's derful position of being able to sit 'r meeting have been at a President's desk before the exports may increaseto
Alligator, Kennedy attributed the back and say, "I told you so." standstill for almost a the end of February, maybe /- $50 million from the

poor turnout to "the gulf betweenthe Congratulations. month and there Is no sign from the 20th on,"Williams present $20 million in the
students and Student Govern- Anne Howells, 3AS '' of their being resumed. said. next two years.

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Scare'CatsFall Short, 77 -72

Shoot For Rebound


Proud of Them Against/ Vo/s/ Tonight/

Norm SloanBy < By Sports STEVE VAUGHN Writer

GLENN LANEY The Kentucky Wildcats proved why they're the nation's third ranked

Assistant Sports Editor college basketball team here Saturday night but had quite a Job on

"That's my team and lam proud their hands in convincing the Florida Gators.

of them." Although outshot and outrebounded by the fired-up underdog Gators,

You wouldn't expect a losing the highly regarded Kentuckians escaped with a 77-72 Southeastern
basketball coach to utter these eeer
Conference (SEC)win before a screaming,overflow Florida Gyraaudience
words right after a heartbreaking ,
77-72 loss. A loss which should w + lfmi iiS1iWN ?Wi6k :( of 7,100.
r : Florida, now with a 3-3 ledgerin
have never happened. A loss ir- 1 I the SEC and 9-5 overall, facesan

which was given to _the number we believe i equally stiff test in Tennessee
three team in the nation by mental
I Volunteers led
here tonight. The
and ball handling errors.
:: Let them throw paper, the Southeastern Conference and
But these were the words of head
:i: Coach Sloan. .; had lost only to Kentucky before
basketball coach Norm Sloan as
:; The fans have no other :j being upset by Georgia Saturday.The .
he talked about "his" Caters, Just I
outlet for their disgust with : poised, talented Wildcats
moments after their loss to Ken-
tucky. t: the type of officiatingthey've ", grabbed an early lead and were

It: had to sit and watch never behind. But with the highly
Sloan believed that despite the
: during the past year. partisan crowd urging Florida on,
loss his team of Satur-
{ We've seen bad officiating the Gators managed to keep within
day night. I'
"We weren't really sure we w t many times in Florida .: striking distance throughout the

4r Gym, but Saturday night : contest and Just missed staginga
could out there and butt heads ,
go 4q e y r 3 E was the best exhibition of Ii IiI comeback at the end.
with the best of them and hold
: downright incompetence Kentucky, ahead by 41-33 at the
Sloan commented but
our place, 1\
I i: we've ever seen. half, had opened its biggest marginof
now these boys know exactly what
their potential is and they will When a fan has to come t the game, 70-58, with 3:50 re-
out of the stands and tell j maining. It appeared that the

play better" ball the rest of the ''" ., .....,"'- ....... __O """""", .................... h! an official that Cotton Nash Wildcats finally had the continually

season. i is standing in the wrong fighting-back G to r s mastered.The .
Praising his team high and low, NO REST FOR THE WEARY 11\\:' a
.; spot along the foul lane, Gators had other Ideas.
Sloan called this season's Gators .or Brooks Henderson either during the Gators' :\> then the official should be ; Three long-range Tom Baxley
the best team he has ever coached. week"I\.1 '
His two guards Tom Baxley and end encounter with Kentucky's third-ranked i; in another profession. I', field goals, four Dick Peek free
\ When two officials can'tl
throws and layups by Peek and
Brooks Henderson came in for guard Tom Baxley looks on as UK player Ted Deeken drib- \!l remember that there is a t Paul Morton later, the Gators

comment."I .
bles past. Y\::\ one-on-one scorer had cut the gap to 75-72 and sent
said it at the beginning of
!\ need to have the the crowd wild. Florida was vic-
the season and I can say it now; III I\\
i '
< :;' stop the game so they can J timized by the clock, as.time expired -
ybu won't find a better pair of ii', hfl' V :" ,
+' :'S ,. I'f:
: .
: ? ;YN {
guards than Baxley and Henderson "<< ffi!' "[ : 'W .. ." ij shoot the other foul, then >j cutting the rally short.
: the two officials to
A'L"lIG'ATO'R' :i ought t!

anywhere."I .!i be doing something else. \;? Kentucky's Randy Embry hit a
also amazed at the playof
:\ And when an official 'I' pair of free throws after being intentionally -
Richard Peek tonight. Here'sa
II \\ doesn't even rememberwhich *:\ fouled by Baxley with
big boy who is going to be withus
f end to walk to when '
i\[\ seven seconds remaining to establish -
for the next two He did
years. t# a Gator shoots a foul, then : the final score.
Cotton Nash I SPORTS 'ii ] I
an outstanding Job on i
Florida fans shouldn't have
said Sloan. I.,,':! I Fans began arriving for the contest -
.'1. to with
a ::: put up him. as early as 5 p.m. when the
The thing that surprised Sloan : \\l Each one of these situations r\j:\i gym doors were opened. They
the most was Kentucky's continueduse \
happened Saturday [1. cheered the Gators when the team

of the 1-3-1 zone. MondayFebruary 3,1964 Page r'\ ,i l I night and have hap- ; the floor cheered them
"We weren't surprised to the ,..... ,- .... ... _.. 7i 1 I came on ,
,"!ti$ 'O- li pened before. them
$ '10"x :: 'm : II : during the game, and gave
extent it caught us off guard, :-': "' .. ... .
: :;. .;..., ::" ':-' .. \ Is the Southeastern Conference !g! a standing ovation when they left
said Sloan, "but we didn't expect
f:'\ so bad off that it :::! the floor In defeat. They bombed
them to stay in their 1-3-1 zone.
!: can't iret: better officials? ,r.! the referees twice with paper and
It looks as If they may stay in it : f:1j
.\ It's a Dad state of affairs ; pennies for what they thought were
the rest of the year. ,
I\ when the student body has unfair calls against Florida.
"As for us, we will probablygo
:\;. to put up with the Incom- W Kentucky hustled to a 6-1 leadat
with our basic man to man defense -
whenever we can." ':::I: petence that Saturday's officials :. the outset and maintained a

::,:::: displayed. It's a four to six point advantage for mostof

.j I!: worse state when normally J the first half. They had

Track Marks << calm persons feel that the spurted to a 39-29 lead when goalsby

\[ only way to get through to .:j Peek and Morton in the final

the officials is by pelting '\\j minute before intermission madeit
Fall TrialsThe
ii[ them with paper. 'i! 41-33.

first track time trials of <,i: it's going to be worse than .. the most damaging of the Wildcats

the season were off at a record ::.r''. Just paper or yelling. I in the first half, scoring 13 of his

pace in preparation for the SEC There's going to be a fight total 19 points. Nash, however,

Indoor meet on Feb. 15. Two and 7,000 people will be on :\\j I guarded by sophomore Peek, was

records were tied, one set and the floor of Florida gym. : r held eight points below his 27 point

one broken. College basketball is too : average.

Pete Rowe, captain of the thin- :' important to let it continue

clads, established a varsity record .b, :: the way it is now. If the .'II The Wildcats Ted Deeken, a 20-
in the 60 yard low hurdlesof J
:": SEC can't do anything about point man, was likewise held down
seven flat. lie actually broke its officials, then we sug- I
by the Gators and managed only 7
the 60 yard dash mark by five- e
: gest the University of
points for the evening. But Larry
hundredths of second but was '::
a Florida severe ties with
i Conley, a young sophomore, came
officially given credit for tieing $ the SEC and follow Georgia through with a 20-polnt performance -

the 6.3 mark of George Leach and ., > Tech on the road to
v+r. i to give the Wildcats the boost
William Watson. Rowe finishedthe t independence.We they needed.

afternoon with a 49.5 quarter :, know that coachesaren't I For Florida, Brooks Hendersonand

mile. allowed to discuss : Baxley, playing their usual
Jim Brown tied his own 600
officiating of any confer-
> superb game, led the scoring with
yard dash mark of 1:13.0. He ; ence game, which is Just 19 and 17 points, respectively.Peel .
ran a 50.9 quarter later. Jerry another
way the SEC per- followed with points..

Wilson qualified with a 22.3 broad ".: petuates its poor class of ; The 6-2 Henderson corraled 13

jump. officials. rebounds to lead both teams In

Charles Goodyear broke Yes, Coach Sloan, the !! that department.

I' Brown's old mark of 2:20.9 in the fans can't be made to bear I Florida led in shooting percent-

1,000 yard dash with a 2:19.6 clock- this disgraceful brand
of 42
age, -40.and In total rebounding,
ing. On Thursday, he broke his YOU CAN'T HAVE IT running college basketball. I 48-43.

own 2 mile mark with a 9:36.3 ; It may be only paper tonight : In the freshman warmup, the

time.Mike .Cotton Nash seems to be saying to Gator foward Richard .,,.., but who knows what i Baby Gators captured their sixth

,. 3 Inches Docsh with ease.high Jumped Bill Robertsran 6 feet Peek. Peek kept after Nash all evening and held the blond next week. i win against three losses with a
D. M. B. 75-67 win over Pensacola Junior

a 2:20.0 for the 1,000 yardson bomber to eight points below his average. "" .. .I, College. David Higley scored

Friday. : ::' ,,;. :.'.. jri.i 24 points to lead the Gators.Gofors .



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': Page 8 The Florida Alligator Monday, February 3, 1964 .


:\ .. V ols, Vandy Ambushed, UK Escapes

ATLANTA (UPI) The South ranked Kentucky barely escapeda moved into a tie for the South- No. 700 for Adolph Rupp. It soon after intermission.

did rise again: Florida ambush, winning only eastern Conference lead with Ken- would also put the Wildcats on the Sophomore Larry Conley and
The Northern Division of the 77-72. tucky. Both are now 5-2 In league road to their 21st SEC title anda Cotton Nash scored 20 and 19

Southeastern Conference, con- The only Northern invader which play. Mississippi State edged shot at their fifth national crown. points respectively for Kentucky in

sidered the basketball strongholdof had no trouble was Georgia Tech. Tulane 81-77 to hand the winless But Georgia has become a the win over Florida. The Wild

the SEC, invaded the Southern The Engineers snapped out of their Green Wave its 16th straight loss toughie of late. This past week, cats led by eight points at halftime

Division Saturday night -and it road doldrums by beating Alabama of the season. without high scoring guard Billy but saw the gap cut to only
was almost another Manassas. 9381. There's a real log-jam at the Rado who is suffering from three in the closing seconds.

Conference leader Tennessee In other SEC action Saturday top of the SEC. Tennessee, Geor- migraines, the Bulldogs have

. fell 79-67 at the hands of Georgia; night, Louisiana State, who beat gia Tech and Georgia are all tied romped past South Carolina, Vir- Little R.D.Craddock led Georgia
5th-ranked Vanderbilt was shot Mississippi State Friday night, for third at 4-2 each, just a half ginia Tech and Tennessee.The Tech with 23 points but the high

down by Auburn 81-63; and 3rd- topped Mississippi 77-67 and game behind the leaders and Bulldogs,led by Jimmy Pitts scorer in that game was J.W.Berry
Vanderbilt is close behind at 32. who had 24 points, hit 57.5 per with 28.
Kentucky has a chance to take cent of their shots against the Dick Maile scored 24 points to

HEARElection over the SEC lead Monday nightas defensive minded Vols and led lead L.S.U. past Mississippi which

( the Wildcats visit surprising throughout the second half. had a 23-point performance by

Georgia while LJ3.U. Is idle.Other Auburn, with Lee DeFore pump Donnie Kessinger. Doug Hutton

On WRUF Monday night games find ing in 20 points on 10 field goals scored 24 points and Don Posey
Returns Vanderbilt at Alabama, Georgia and Freddie Guy adding 19 points 20 in Mississippi State's win over

Tech at Auburn and Tennessee at and 15 rebounds, shocked the high- hapless Tulane.
7 to 9 p.m. Thursday Florida. ranking Commodores who had lost

There's a lot of interest in only one other game this season. Nash's SEC scoring lead con-

that Georgia-Kentucky game. If The Tigers led by 12 points at tinued to shrink. The Kentucky

the Wildcats win, it will be victory half-time and pulled further away senior now has a 26.6 average.

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By DAVE BERKOWITZ Jerry Livingston and Bill Cor- finished first and third, respec-

Sports Editor bin each captured two firsts. Liv. tively, in both meets.
ingston won the 50 yard freestylewith
The University of Florida swimming -
of a time of 22.4 seconds and Other Gators to earn firsts were
team completed a sweep '
its North Carolina trip with two the 200 yard butterfly in 2017. Charlie King, Dick Farwell and
and Corbin swam the 200 yard free- Sandy Chandler.The .
victories over East Carolina
style course in 156.2 and com-
North Carolina State.
ftVYO4Gainesville leted the 500 freestyle in 521.9 two wins and Thursday's

their for a school record.Corbln's 48-47 victory over North Caro-
Saturday the Gators won
third victory since losing to FSU lina gives the UF tankers a 9-1
double win at NC State record with the only loss comingat
with a 60-35 triumph over NC
was a duplication of the night before the hands of FSU.
State. Friday the UF topped East
where against East Caro-
Carolina College 5342.
lina he won the 200 and 500 free-
Over the weekend theSeminoles
style races. Friday, Corbin com-
defeated both North
In the NC State meet the Gators pleted the 200 yard course In 155.2: Carolina and
captured nine of eleven events and the 500 in 5:23.5. East Carolina, 60-35 and 55-40,
Stockman respectively. FSU and Florida -
winning the 400 yard medley relay -
200 yard freestyle, 50 yard Livingston had to settle for second meet Feb. 15 at Florida Pool.

Supply Co.At freestyle, 200 yard individual in the 50 free and a thirdin
the 100 free The UF freshmen face Tulane
medley, three meter diving, 200 against East Caro-
Market 200 back- lina. today at Florida Pool at 3 p.m.
the Gainesville Livestock yard butterfly, yard
in an attempt to win their third
stroke, 500 yard freestyle and
5001 N.W. 13th St. the 200 yard breaststroke. Lansing Price and Jerry Chaves meet against no defeats.