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The FlorIda AllIgator



Vol.56, No.88 University of Flori do, Gainesville Tuesday, Feb.4, 1964



I LPlane Crash Kills Ten Persons Here





Three UFStaffers ,.

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Ten persons Staff Writer died In w ,_1-l..

crash of a twin .- engine
craft airplane at the .
Municipal Airport ,
morning. There were I
vivors. rI S

The plane,flown by
Airlines, was taking off
leg of a flight from Ocala
sonville when It
power in the left engine
about 75 feet to the
Three UF faculty v
Bill Gibbs, assistant
basketball coach who s
Florida's game against
Saturday were on the list
killed In the crash.
The three were Dr.J.W.

forestry ham, associate, 1214 N.W. 36th ; Empty Stretchers Walt Silenty For Dead Cargo

David V. Legate,
sor In the general BEFORE
sion, 1801 N.E. 7th

S.W.Dr.the W.G.Florida 2nd Place.Cowperthwaite Plant ,3)r It Had Been An Airplane :

Others on the -
include: Kenneth McKay, By BOB THOMAS ed tightly over his head, "By the get open the door. Then some- Kelley said the plane fell out
minent Ocala developer, Wire Editor time we got here the only thingwe body yelled, 'look out the thing's of sight and he heard an explo-
Mrs. Dennis Eaton, could do was to put on those gonna blow up,' and everybody sion.
and Arthur Servos, 308 of yellow rubber gloves gloves and pick up the pieces. scattered. The flames were so "I ran over and tried to crankup
Street, and M.R. a drizzling rain yesterday You never want to be here when high we had to stand there and do the fire truck but it wouldn't
York City. dark asphalt runway be- they start that." nothing until the fire trucks could start. So 1 jumped in a car with
Witnesses at the smouldering heap of rub- An eye-witness, city employee come. But it didn't make much some passengers waiting for another -
disaster said the plane, only minutes before had Clyde Hall saw the plane go down difference; all the people Inside plane and we went out to
type, was about 75 feet airplane. and was one of the first to reachit. were dead. There wasn't sound, the spot," Kelley said.
ground over the north in slick raincoats, they all probably died on impact," "But It was no use, even if
runway when there was rope around the area as "When we got there the whole Mines said. the truck had been out there,
in the sound of the wandered about peer- plane was in flames. We triedto Hlnes said he left when the fire they were all dead; we couldn'tdo
was the first indication of the mist at the In- get the door open but it was trucks arrived. a thing."
function to ground forms of twisted me- stuck and the fire was too hot. Jim Kelley, a maintenance man, Meanwhile there was silence.
Airport employees The plane was broken in half said he saw the plane go down Witnesses quietly told their
rushed to the wreckage and the bodies were sitting straightup while he was working in a nearby stories to small groups of news-
unable to get the pilot terrible," said one In their seats. hanger."I men. Police continued to block
passengers out of the plane.One man with a cap pull- "This is the second crash I've heard plane making a surging off the runway. Back at the main
of the first men on seen and I hope 1 never see another noise--it was at about 100 feet airport lobby, South Central Air-
said he tried the cabin one," Hall said looking off up and losing altitude. It kept line president, Sam Coester,
it was jammed." into the gray sky, "It's terrible." banking off to the left and wouldn't shaken and pale, passed out the
Flames engulfed Arthur Mines of the airport straighten up. It might have beena fatality list.Outside .
wreckage before other Politics ground crew said he was working runaway prop. That's where the last curling veil
could reach it. The mpus behind the hanger when he hearda the governor goes bad and the of smoke spiraled out of the black

cured a quarter to 5 and 7 plane that sounded In trouble. engine revs .up ._t to_full_blast. wreckage____.u_.. _.._as._the._u_rains: _fell. ._harder.Gloves .
northwest of the terminal. y----
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Mrs. Jo Anne Rowell,an kind of jumping. Then it veered ; w'4f
at the airport, said that off to the left and went down behind -
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vantage point "it looked some trees," he said.

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GOP Figures
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111iillJl News I. Speaking OutNIXON

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Should I become a candidate I
'Jerk'COLUMBUS
Hotline would be delighted to have it as

Ohio (UPI) WASHINGTON (UPI) The MISENHEIMER, N.C. (UPI) a campaign song." I
Sen. Stephen M. Young, (D- quick brown fox Jumped over Former Vice President Richard Miss Shelley, with more than
Ohio) fired another verbal the lazy dog's back on the "hot M. Nixon today criticized Presi- 600 songs to her credit, is delighted
broadside today at Alabama line" between the White House dent Johnson's position on the at the prospect. Coinci-
Gov. George Wallace. and the Kremlin recently and 4S proposed neutralization of Viet dentally, she also has writen "A

The Democratic senator, the Russian's didn't know whatto y Nam, but labeled as remote his Man is a Necessary Evil."
here to file for re-election, make of it. chances of being drafted as the Excerpts from "Leave it to
was questioned about A high American official Republican presidential nominee. the Girls":
Wallace's visit to Ohio last said the familiar test sentencewas Nixon, in a "nonpolitical" con- Leave it to the girls where
week. transmitted by techni- vocation address at Pfeiffer Col- there's a frill, and a powder puff,

Wallace decided against entering cians on the communicationsdevice. lege, took strong issue with French there's greater skill.
a slate of delegates President Charles de Gaulle's call "Leave it to the chicks: They've
pledged to support him for the "The other side was puzzled GATOR GIRL for the neutralization of Viet Nam got a million magic tricks to change

Presidential nomination. and asked what it meant," .is Bobbi Gelber, lUC, and a statement by President John- the course of history.
Young said it Wallace had the officials said. An expla- transfer student from son that the United States would "Their know-how is a mysterybut
filed "it would have affordedthe nation was furnished.So a agree under certain conditions. leave it to the girls, they're
people a chance to repudiate far, he added, it has not Ohio State University buta "Neutralization of Viet Nam heaven sent.

a governor in revolt been necessary to use the native of Florida. An would eventually bring about com- "It could be that our next president -
against law and order." "hot-line" for any formal exchange munism," Nixon said. "We should will wear perfume and pearls,
of messages between English major, her hobbiesare make it clear we do not go along be diplomatic in pin curls."
He called Wallace a "jerkof U.S. and Soviet leaders. swimminghorseback with this dangerous talk in consi-
a governor" and said Wal- dering neutralization of Viet ROMNEY
Hero Dying riding, and water skiing.
lace could make anything of Nam."

that he wanted to. Wallace MANILA (UPI-Gen. Emlllo Nixon, who said only recentlyhe WASHINGTON (UPI) MichiganGov.
had threatened to sue Young Aguinaldo, the hero of Philippine would accept a draft as the George Romney said Sundayhe
for libel after Young called independence, lay near GOP standard bearer In the elec- withdrew his name from the New
Wallace's plan to run in Ohioan death yesterday in a veterans Weil New tions this fall, stressed that "a Hampshire GOP primary becausehe
"affront" to the people. hospital. possibility of a draft is very re- is not a candidate for the Re-
I
mote." publican presidential nomination.
I "A potential draftee must indulge Romney said he has told Michi-
A SPECIAL EVERY DAY IEEE HeadDean in politics to initiate a draft gan voters during his campaign
and I do not plan to stimulate a in 1962 that he would not run
Emeritus Joseph Weil of draft," Nixon said. for national office in 1964.
the College of Engineering is newly "I'm going to keep that com-
AT TOWNHOUSEEach elected Director of Region in of SMITHNEW mitment" he asserted during a
the Institute of Electrical and Electronics television interview.The .
YORK (UPI) Backers of
Engineers (IEEE). former auto manufacturer
The IEEE is a newly created Sen. Margaret Chase Smith, R-
denied that he withdrew from New
One Different, Each One a Complete Meal group merging the American Maine, will have a chance to prove Hampshire because the ballot is
That Your Institute of Electrical Engineersand that music hath political charm.
At Prices Help Appetite crammed with Republican hope
the Institute of Radio Tunesmith Gladys Shelley has fuls. However, Romney said he
Engineers. It was formed in 1963 offered her song, "Leave It to thought the primary there is "be-
the Girls," to Sen. Smith as a
with a membership of 160,000 making coming less, meaningful" and has
Townhouse Restaurant it one of the largest professional possible campaign ditty. been over-rated in previous years.
organizations in the world. Before she announced her inten-
entered
Romney had not actually
As head of the IEEE's RegionIII tions as a presidential hopeful,
but
the New Hampshire primary,
/2204S.W. 13th St. 3769904complete
Well will direct the activities Sen. Smith told Miss Shelley, of
Alan N. Pope was running as a
carry-out service of 39 sections and student branches New York, by letter:
delegate favorable to Romney.
in 28 universities in 10 southern "Thank you for the wonderful
Pope withdrew Jan. 28.
states. song 'Leave It to the Girls'...
So far, two Republican candi-
the sheet music and the record.
dates, New York Gov. Nelson A.
Rockefeller and Arizona Sen.Bar-
ry Goldwater have formally placed
their names on the ballot, and for-
mer New Hampshire Gov. Wesley
111 b u i Powell has announced a campaignto
elect delegates to the GOP
The Little Fashion Center Just North of Campus I 41 convention who are pledged to

Richard M. Nixon.



f Tnd-5t STASSENCONCORD


f N.H. (UPI) Presi-
dential hopeful Harold Stassen
Formal & After 5 Evening Dresses kicked off his New Hampshire
22.98-49.98 primary campaign Monday with a
Reg.
prediction that he will be nominatedand
Now 12.00-25.00 i will beat President Johnson.

Stassen, acknowledging he has
i.: V "a long way to go in this politi-
% ,' DRESSES believeshe
: cal comeback, said he
Reg. 11.98-14.98 Your Choice 6.00 can "beat President Johnson

17.98-22.98 10.00 with a return to the Eisenhower
brand of Republicanism."
24.98-29.98 12.00 Stassen told a newsman he would

35.00-39.98 15.00 not have entered the presidentialfray
If President Kennedy had not

1"A been assassinated.

Skirts, Slacks, Sweaters, Blouses and Cocktail Co-ordinates Stassen lost twice previously in
presidential bids.Smoker.

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Alpha Delta Sigma, national advertising -
fraternity, will hold a

SPECIALTY smoker tonight at 7:30.J. .
SHOP ..
C. Sealander, advertising
311 N.W. 13th ST. manager of Southeastern Districtfor
Procter and Gamble, will
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Tuesday, Feb.4, 1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3


Legate, Willingham Air CrashContinued


( From Page I)
CowperthwaiteDieln CrashDr. and was leaving here at 8:05 a.m.
the plane stalled -.. like maybethe Four persons boarded the plane In

pilot tried to take off at too Ocala and five more joined them
,
'1:;." steep an angle. here.
t ,* .. '' "When we got there the flames
: For hours the odor of burned
were all over the plane. We
,1 flesh hung over the scene and could
couldn't hear any screaming or
.' still be detected more than a
': anything except the roar of the
hour after the 10 bodies were
,
"
t: flames
removed about 10:30 a.m.
Flight 510 originated In Ocala
.'C''>' Identification of the dead was
F t made difficult because of the fire.

1 Would-be rescuers, newsmen and
.'"
1 ,
11 the curious who arrived before
; Salesman
.>'II', officials roped off the scene could

.. i.;t',. see the bodies, plainly visible in
a t I\ the broken wreckage.Fire .

\. : Unafraid trucks were summoned

from the city and it took fire figh-
ters nearly a half-hour to extinguish
Shortly! after yesterday's plane the blaze.
d crash which took ten lives, awell- the
Bodies were removed from
dressed man quickly pushed his
fleet of ambulances
Hr scene by a
way through the hushed lobby of the" which took them to Alachua General

: Gainesville Airport. lie slapped Hospital where a temporary
down his fare, snatched up a ticket
morgue was set up. As the pro-
I COWPERTHWAITEWIL.LiNGHAM LEGATEAssistant and walked off saying, "I figure cession wound ItJ way past the
It's pretty safe to go now -- theycan't
William G. Cowperthwalte, Associate Professor James W. Professor David Virk- have two crashes on the terminal building a silence settledon
44, director of the Division of Willingham, of the School of For- ler Legate, 1801 NE 7th Terrace, the area. The shrouded bodies
same day.
Plant Industry of the Departm estry, one of the ten people killed Gainesville, died yesterday morn- When asked whether he had were visible through the rear win-

of Agriculture, was among the ten yesterday, was 41 years old and ing in the airplane crash. qualms about climbing onto an dows of the ambulances.
persons killed yesterday. lived at 1214 NW 36 Terrace In Prof. Legate, al5-year resident exact replica of the plane which According to Sam Coester,
lie was named assistant com- Gainesville. of Gainesville, was co-ordinator Scott president of South Central,this was
had crashed
Jim
just a
plssioner of the State Plant Boardin School Director Dr. John Gray of vocational rehabilitation pro- the first crash for the company
Gainesville salesman only
,
1957 and later that same year announced that all classes in the grams for the Florida Institute which began operations last May.
held School of Forestry will be sus- laughed. Coester and other airline officials
was made commissioner. lie For Continuing University Studies, "No," he said, "Not at all.After
that position until 1961 when the pended for his funeral. where he has served since 1955. accidentdo arrived within a short time after
all if auto
-- you see an
Plant Board was placed under the .Prof. Willingham was born in He is survived by his wife, you get out and quit driving. the crash, but were unable to release -

Florida Department Agricultureand Jacksonville in 1923 and graduatedwith 'Mrs. Marian Legate, and four "I've been flying all my life information until investigators -
re-named the Division of Plant a B. A. with high honors in children. and I don't see any reason to from the Civil Aeronautics
Industry. lie then was appointed 1949; he received his M. A. from Williams-Thomas Funeral stop now. Sure it enters your Board arrived about five hours

director of the division.Dr. UF in 1950 and his Ph. D. from Home is in charge of services. mind but I can't see worrying later.
Cowperthwaite was born the University of Minnesota in Funeral arrangements have not about it. Pilot of the plane was Roger

May 10, 1919 in Brooklyn, N. Y., 1956.He been completed. "I was afraid the air lines(South Thompson, a former Navy flier
but moved with his parents to was a member of the Ex- Central) would cancel all their with some 15,000 hours of flying

Cranford, N. J. when he was two ecutive Committee of American South Loses flights today, so I called the presi- time.
years of age. Foresters (Florida Chapter) and dent and he said that the flights This was the first crash of a

After attending public schoolsin American Society of Photogram- WASHINGTON (UPI-South- were still on and that he was gladto vllle commercial carrier attheGaines-
New Jersey, he entered Rutgers metry. He was chairman of the ern Democrats yesterday lost see I had so much confidenceIn Municipal Airport.Magazine .

University and received the following Aerial Photo Committe, Southeast their first major floor attackon airplanes," Scott said. OutThe
degrees: Bachelor of section of the Society of American the administration's civil "I told him I was flying on this

Science in Agriculture,1940;Mas- Foresters. rights bill as the House began airline back when there wasn't any- Old Orange Peel, an off
ter of Science, 1948; and Doctorof Prof. Willingham became an instructor line-by-line voting on the con- body in most of the planes but campus humor magazine, will go
with the UF school of troversial anti discrimin- matter of fact I used it
Philosophy, 1950. me on sale in Gainesville today
Forestry in 1950 and during the ation measure.On Friday. I can't see stopping now
Dr. Cowperthwaite was a mem- Jack Ho ran, co-publisher, announced -
1962-63 school year became Acting a non-record vote of 176
just because of one accident.These .
ber of the National Plant Board yesterday.The
,
Director of the School of Forestry.He to 125, the House upheld a little airlines are probably safer
Southern Plant Board, Florida 40-page magazine will go
Nurserymen and Growers Asso- is survived by his wife,Caroline key provision permitting the than the big ones." on sale in front of the Florida

ciation lifetime member), Alpha and his son Dennis.He Justice Department to demand With that, Scott picked up his Book Store, Malone's Book Store,
Zeta, Gamma Sigma Delta and was a member of North appointment of special,three- bags, turned quickly and walked Lord Byron's, the Silver Shop,
Sigma Chi. Central Baptist Church ofGalnes- judge courts to try voting briskly down the runway to the Shelley's and Droasted Chicken at

He was a member of the vestryof ville. cases. waiting plane. at 8 a.m.

the Holy Trinity Episcopal
Church and was institutional representative -
FANELLI & EDWARDS"THE
to Boy Scout Troop

83. OUR os,1 MET
Dr. Cowperthwaite is survivedby g LITTLE STORE WITH EVERYTHING"
his widow, June, and three

children: Robert, 15; Stephen,
14; and Ann, 11. SHoP is A PEPPERIDGE FARM Bread

Other survirors include his par- white. .31 $ Oatmeal. .33$ Sandwich. .31$

ents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cow- Family i I Rye. .33$ Full line of rolls & coffee cake
perthwaite, 530 Orchard St.,Cran- VIRTUAL dJ[ \

ford, N. J., and a brother, Ray- ,
mond Cowperthwaite, also of 0 REAL HICKORY BAR-B-Q .1 lb. for 95$

Cranford, N. J. UERJOF (( [ ) TOMATOES..4 for 19$ I

AuschwitzFRANKFURT IDAHO BAKING POTATOES 3 for 10$

ES ORANGES. .59$ doz. TANGELOES .50$ doz.
Df Lt cAC
APPLES 10$ each
GermanyUPI I
( ) A squeaky-voiced for-

mer Nazi SS corporal yes- YELLO-BOLE PIPES II 2.00 to 3.50
terday said inmates were con-
demned to the Auschwitz gas

chambers because I.G. Farben ,FANELLI & EDWARDSMARKET
and other Hitler era I

industrial giants complainedthey 4
were too weak for slave j


labor.But Gerhard Neubert, 54, Catmanella'sGourmet !

told a West German court Open from 7 a.m. to 11 prn.

that he did not know slave & 4' t @gh ((8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday.)
laborers he and an inmate

doctor decided were too sick Shop Delicatessen Dining Room
to work were gassed. lie said 2410 Newberry Road Within Walking Distance

he thought they were sent to Open 7 days a week 11 am to 9 pm. 706 W. Univ., Across from Beta Woods Of Corry VillageUF's

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Points On V.O.T.E. PlatformV.O.T.E. -AlllQAtOR Points On Gator PlatformGator



Party's platform features some new student services that LeOItoP.Ia1js I Party's platform fortes are mainly In the area of academics

are both possible and worthwhile in The Alligator's opinion, along with instead of the more-traditional extra-currlculars of Student Govern-

some ideas in the field of academics.One 1/ ...___ ment (SG).
promise is to provide students with check-cashing identification The party promises to re-establish free C-course review sessionsthat

cards to allow students to cash personal checks during final exam periodsand LiberalEDITOR existed here previously and to set up a curricular evaluation

vacations. The cards would give the students' name and home committee composed of students and faculty members both.

address and would, presumably, be honored by the university. : The former, we feel, is a concrete idea that students, especiallythose

V.O.T.E. Party plans to negotiate with Food Service to Improve the in University College who are still locked in mortal combat

budget food plan. Although we feel past Student Government (SG) In Friday's edition of the "Ga- with the C-courses, can see concrete results if it is put back into

efforts at negotiations have failed to be overwhelmingly profitable, tor," Mr. Lawrence M. Sarbey effect.

negotiations, if attempted in the right manner, could be fruitful. supported Senator Barry Gold- The second proposal should be a bit more difficult to keep going

The budget plan is something that needs modification and we feelit water's concept of "freedom." effectively but could open the door to worthwhile results. A committee

would be to the benefit of both Food Service and of the student body It is interesting to note, how- composed of both students and faculty members to air criticisms of

for SG to represent the students in future discussions.A ever, that Mr. Sarbey never defined the present curriculum could cut down on unnecessary courses of

third worthwhile plank concerns identification cards for wives of the term "freedom," nor study that some students feel they are now having to undergo.

UF students. The cards, a long-discussed project of SG, would permitthe did he delineate the Senator's Three worthwhile and, for the most part, attainable plans in the
wives entry Into athletic events and perhaps, in the future other
,
views on this concept of platform concern the area of SG's relationship with the university
university functions.The "freedom." administration and with the legislature.

wives have no strictly LEGAL right for entry into these events but In, CONSCIENCE OF A CONSERVATIVE Gator Party promises to campaign actively to raise the priorityof
we feel that with proper negotiations a profitable program could be which I have read
a new auditorium for the UF before the state legislature next

developed in this area. the Senator states that "freedom year. There is probably no other single item in the way of the unl.versity's .
In the area of academics, V.O.T.E. Party wants to bring back free depends effective restraints
on physical plant that is any more needed than an adequate
C-course review sessions in dorm areas. This could be invaluableto
the accumulation of
against power auditorium. A publicity and lobbying campaign by SG could be a
freshman and sophomores if the sessions are sincere attempts ,
In The Sena-
a single
authority. very effective way of pointing out this fact to the legislature.
are well-timed and are wellpublicized.The tor then continued to define Civil
Another much-needed and, it seems to us, possible goal Gator
V.O.T.E. Party also gets more specific by promising special Rights as "a right that is asserted -
Party promises is to establish a more efficient dorm transfer system.As .
course reviews for students enrolled in foreign language courses. and valid
protected by some
This is also an excellent idea and a good project for SG. law." Yet it is ironic to note It stands now, a student who wishes to transfer from one dorm to

The key to both of these planks Is publicity which should not be too that while civil is that another or wants to move off-campus after one trimester in a dormis
a right
faced with unbeatable wall of red tape. The student's
difficult to obtain for this type of program. right which is protected by law an path
,
Another area in which SG can and should take a hand is that of dorm Senator Goldwater taken a pas is long and weary and the answer is almost always a firm no.

living. V.O.T.E. Party's platform promises the party will negotiatefor sive attitude in securing Civil Gator Party's third key plank concerning the administration is a

the elimination of the compulsory three trimester housing contractsand Rights for American citizens. promise to work to eliminate outmoded and unenforcable regulations

allow students to transfer to off-campus residences.At Witness his attitude toward the concerning the presence of coeds in men's off-campus apartments.

present, students find it virtually Impossible to move out of their Administration's Civil Rights pro- Current rules forbid coeds from entering men's apartments off-

dorm rooms to an off-campus location or to change dorm rooms duringthe gram. campus entirely, a rule whose enforcement is an impossible joke.

trimester. If a student takes a dorm room from the university in I believe that Mr. Sarbey should Because of the difficulties of the rule, we feel progress could be

September, he is bound by university rules to remain a tennent of that have presented to you, the reader made In the area of change if only negotiations could be started with

room until the following April.It a clearer understanding of what the administration.A .

seems to us that SG, as representative of the student body, could the term "freedom" implies.Let final point Gator Party makes in its platform concerns "Stateof

negotiate with Tigert Hall officials on matters such as these and help us look for a moment at the Campus" program which would carry oral reports by the president

clear the way for progress in these areas. some of Barry Goldwater's pro- and by cabinet members into dorm areas and into touch with the

V.O.T.E. Party, in the planks we have singled out here and in othersin posals for the extension of "free- students. Students would have an opportunity, theoretically at least,

its platform, has several ideas that are definitely worth merit and dom:" to question and suggest ideas to their SG leaders.The .

are possible. We urge the party leaders to do their best to impllment 1. Abolition of social security Alligator feels these planks of the Gator Party platform are

these planks if V.O.T.E. Party is elected. benefits; both worthwhile and attainable and we urge the party leaders to do

W.W.L. 2. Restrictions federal their best to implement them if Gator Party is elected.
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assistance to agriculture and edu-

cation; __ W. W. L.
Thank You Team Coach
3. Abolition of federal welfare

programs; Anti-Art KickEDITOR

\ EDITOR: 4. Rigid cutbacks on foreignaid

Last Saturday, we were We should be glad that we to our allies; think
: doesn't care what people
i among the fans who witnessed have such fine cheerleadersthe 5. Limited negotiations withour
about his work anyway.Of .
the Florida Kentucky basketball such an outstanding band adversaries; and
Someone at the Alligator seemsto
game. Kentucky is the which add to the color of the 6. A continuance of large-
be anti-art kick.
on an
number 4 team in the nation, game and help generate spirit scale nuclear testing. all places why should apieceof
This time it was all article in art have to be defended when
but with their All-American and enthusiasm. We are for- These proposals are the core
center Cotton Nash having a tunate to have the townspeoplegood of Barry Goldwater's political and Monday's (Jan. 27) Alligator about hung at a university, supposedlythe

night they played like the and alumni behind us in the economic philosophy. The Sena- Steve Lotz's painting which hangsat citadel of creativity and free

number 1 team. form of the Tip-Off Club. We tor believes that by restricting the second floor landing in the expression?

The Gat 0 r s entered the think that the orange and blue necessary actions of the federal main library.

game as a decided "underhoop and the red carpet were government, we, as citizens, would Maybe this article, which began To write a critical analysis

dog", but apparently no one clever ideas, and we hope that have greater "freedom." with such naive quotes as "if the about a piece of art or an art

told this to the team. They they will continue to be used The Conservative element of our person who painted that can paint, exhibit is good Journalism. But

played a fine game. Even In the future. political process suffers from then I can too," is an Indicationof to hold it up to contempt or put

though the Wildcats led from In conclusion, we, as fans, what one would term "philosophical Mr. Lotz's future sucess. Van It on the defense merely showsa

'k the beginning, the Gators can say, "Thank you, team, myopsis." At one point in Gogh, Gauguin, et al, were once newspaper's bush league attitude.

hustled and fought to the very and thank you, Coach, for putting our history, Federal interventionwas damned. And Mr. Lotz probably George Bennett

end. out the effort and giving demanded by the citizens

the University of Florida the themselves. The 1932 elections
We should also be proud oi
Coach Norman Sloan. Since kind of team of which we can was an example of the popular
the demand for federal Compulsory R.O.T.C I
he has come to the University be proud. Please keep up interventioninto
the area of social
work. welfare.
good
I the quality of our basket -
If one would read
Richard
E.
I ball teams has increased.
Last defeated Mississippi George Blaha, 2UC Neustadt's PRESIDENTIAL PO- is being
year we portion of his tax dollar
i State at that time Mike Nabi, 4AS AMERICAN WER, or Clinton PRESIDENCYonewould Rossiter's THE EDITOR: spent for.Fourthly.

to quote from Air
see that the elements of On the subject of ,
whether
concerningdrill
1 Force Manual 50-14,
history pervade the
functions R.O.T.C.
of should rem : Individual -
": a onacom- field the
The Florida a liberal democracy.It pulsory basis "On the drill
'I Alligator or be placed on a learns to appreciate the
is necessary that OUR fed- voluntary basis
1 I would like to need to
need for dlsclpline-the
1 Served by United Press International eral government adopt policies state, in all sincerity, that I think vested authority, to
to
Editor ... .. .. .. ........... .. .. . .. .. .. .. .Walker Lundy consistent with the changes tak- it should remain compulsory.In respond and pre-
follow orders promptly
Managing Editor .. .... .. ..... .. ... .. ... .. ..Bill Fuller ing place within our life condi- the effect -

Assistant Managing Editor... .. .. . . ... .. . .John Askins tions. These policies, in turn, the first place cisely, and .to recognize the groupas
must be military train of his actions on
Editorial Editor ......... .. ... .. . .. ... .. .. .. Wayne Norfleet carefully weighed and ing is an important to follow -
part of Learning
carried a whole.
Sports Editor .... ....,.. ... ... .. ... .. .... ... .Dave Berkowitz out as only a government general education. How a of leader-
can Is the beginning
Wire Editor ....... ......... .. .. .. ... ... .. Bob Thomas speaking and acting for the entire one expect to be any- in developing -
truly educated Drill Is important
Feature Editor ........... .. .. .. .... . ... .. Cynthta Tunstall national population can do. without some ship. confidence,
While the knowledge of the attributes of
Campus Living Editor ........ ... ... .. ... ..Judy Lynn Prince strains of Conser- military? whst better and other
vatlvism have way to poise forcefulness
may prevailed in ,
Editorial Assistants..John Hancock Ernie Lltz Glenn
Laney
acquire this ones
knowledge further
than that
the 19th by characteristics
the
Gall Sobering, Nancy Zimmet, Alan Campbell, Betty Wendt, and century, feasibility actual participation Needless -
on the people.
of a philosophy of government drill ability to work with
Garrison.Reporters..Mike.
Betsy field
and in the are
designed to detract class room? to these qualities
Power Jim Castello Phil Hevener Joel Gaston powers from say
Secondly, it is whatever
part of in
the
federal for success
essential
Douglas Molitor, Donita Mathison, Sally Stock, Kathie Martin, Carol government is incon- citizens' duty to every to enter.
serve his
Nobls, Ann Carter, Joe Kollin, Pam Pulley, Agnes Fowles, Ronald sistant with the present conditions try, and be coun- field one may choose belief that
aware of
Meserve, Bob DeLoach, Fran Snider, Fred Lane, Kathrine Duda, within our changing society. role that the the vital Finally, it Is my R.O.T.C.

Jean Fagot, Judy Teich, Evan Engle, George Mlms, Phil Ceyt-r, I believe that the basic tenantsof his every day military plays in those who would have displaying

Steve Vaughn, Don Federman, Becky Quinn Larry Zimmerman, liberalism must prevail we, in today's Atomic existence. Indeed, become voluntary are the traditions .
Jackie Pat Charner as a nation, are to keep our nation Age he owes a flagrant disrespect for
Cornelius Hogan, Powell, Patti Pltz, Gary his very existence that have
Williams, Don Davis, Terry Rogers, and Sue Haugsted. strong in the eyes of the world; American as a free and principles Forces
to
for within the concepts of liberal the fact that the made the American Armed

THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student newspaper of ism lie the hopes for peace and American Armed Forces are the the most honored and respectedIn

the University of Florida and is published five times weekly except security from oppression. strongest In the and the most prepared the world.

luring the months of May, June, and July, when a weekly issue is pub- world.

isbed. THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is entered as second class matter George L. Waas, 3ED Thirdly, as a tax payer he should Cadet 3rd Class, BMDT
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Soldier Awarded For G uerillasI I


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5 I SAIGON (UPI) The U.S. Army, guards at the Kontum base 260 The sentry, who prevented a 45- He opened fire and the enemy
Flinn, armed only with a
almost unprecedentedspeed
. I acting with miles north of Saigon, managedto major disaster, was Identified as shot back. Three of them raced
caliber pistol was walking patrol
cited for heroism yester- ,
burn the main building with its bpec. 4-C Gale D. Flinnof Fowler,
through the motor pool at the Military -
s day an alert sentry who killed administrative offices, billets and Kan. MaJ. Gen.Charles Timmes 30 yards toward the main buildingand

two of four Communist guerrillas kitchen and slightly wound one flew to Kontum and personally pre- Assistance Advisory Group hurled Incendiary grenades

1J attacking a military compound a American officer.It sented the 24-year-old soldier the (MAAG) compound in pre-dawn while one remained behind firingat

few hours earlier. was the first guerrilla raid Army Commendation Award for hours when he spotted four Viet Flinn.

t The guerrillas, believed actingIn on a U.S. Army compound since heorism, the highest he Is author- Cong guerrilla fighters cutting Flinn kept firing and killed the
tI
complicity with Vietnamese American aid began in 1961. ized to Issue himself. through the barbed wire surrounding other just after he reached the
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MIKE POWER By PHIL HEVENER ARF1 1

Staff Writer Staff Writer
Benjamin Franklin (or The Louisville Slugger, as he is better

said known as) said, "A penny caved is a penny earned," and we,
Ken Kennedy yesterday that
in his Frank Harshaw, V.O.T.E. Party the college; population of America, have taken to heart this sage;
new programs platform did
not include increased spending,but 3.r presidential candidate replied yes- advice. We spend prudently; we budget; diligently.; Yet, despiteour
terday to an editorial appearingin
wise always running short. Why? Ile-
rather a modification and stream- precautions, we are ;
which questionedthe
The Alligator there is item of that consistently under
of cause one expense| we
lining existing fee-supported of
Implementingcertain
possibility
estimate-the cost of travelling; home for weekends.
programs. planks listed in his party's
"Our program Includes a re- platform. Let us take the typical case of Basil Metaltolism, a sophomore

evaluation of Student Government Concerning promised negotia- at UCLA majoring; in avocados. Hasil, a resident of Bangor; ,

," Kennedy said. tions to obtain the use of the Maine, loved to go; home each weekend to play with his faithful
What what wreathed smiles when Basil and
"I think there's a lot of dead country club at the golf course on dog, Spot. joy, ,
Spot re-united! Basil would 1 leap<< into his dogcart, and
were ;
wood weekends for dorm residents lIar-
up there (In SG) and a lot ,
Spot a genuine Alaskan husky would pull Basil all over Bangor; ,
of offices which exist in title shaw said, "I don't see that at ,
Maine-Basil calling cheery halloos to the townfolk Spot
,
;
only. present it would be an added expense -
Kennedy would not elaborate on as we aren't planning to wagging; his curly tail.

which offices he believes are not arrange transportations. .

producing, but said they were"the ..if the need should arise at any ----
offices you haven't heard anything
future date, we would worry out
from all year.' -- r that then, but for the time being, .

Speaking about what he has KEN KENNEDY most people would probably be able

termed "non-functioning" pro- -- to get rides, or ride bicycles."

grams in SG, Kennedy said, "The According to Harshaw, certainof '--:..- (
money spent should be weighed the other planks, such as financial -
against the value of the
programto assistance to dorm areas, .?
the university." bus transportation to Camp Wau- r "'=
The Gator party presidential burg, efforts to bring better '
candidate said he would like to geta Lyceum Council entertainment,

state fund-supported bus serviceon and to provide student faculty cof- b

campus to replace the exist- fees, "are all things which have -
.. .
ing nickel-a-ride '
set-up. a been tried to some degree in the "

Kennedy programs said one Is of abol-his"streamlining" past"We year.found that they were successful 1b IlfUffs ereta !oitbd/ pel

ishment of the "Inside Student and funds from this recent
Government" newsletter. He said 1
still available.
year are Something Hut the cost alas of from UCLA to Maine
information contained in the letter travelling Bangor, ,
would then have to be added to this
can be printed in the Alligator future ran to $400 a week, and Musil's\ father, alas, earned only a
from
budgets.
at less cost and with more read- Harshaw said that Student Gov- meagre salary as a meter-reader 'for the Bangor; water dejwirt-
ership. mcnt. Ho, alas, after six months Muni I'M father told Homl he
ernment Is to bus
Kennedy said "controversial" transportation trying to the arrange downtown could raise no more money; he had already Hold. everything ho

speakers (Communist Party, areas by enlisting the aid of mer- owned, including; the flashlight he used to read meters.

NAACP, etc.) can be brought to chants. Basil returned to California to (Kinder his" dilemma. One

the UF campus with a Legislative "As far as precedent on this solution occured to him-**to ship Spot| to UCLA and keep him
in his but Basil had abandon the notion IXMUIUHO of
to
Council approval."If matter is concerned, it has been room- '
the Council comes out in 'tried before. One of the cafeterias his roommate, (J. Fred Sigafoox; who was, alttx', allergic to clog
HARSHAW
favor of It in a debate form, the FRANK ,. outside of town at one time rana hair.Then
university could hardly justify vetoing small bus. We'd like perhapsto another idea came to Ba il- u stroke of genius, you

it," he said. persuade movie theater ownersto might call it. He would buy a Mexican hairless chihuahua!

He blasted V.O.T.E. party's DebatersTake contribute for an operation which Thus he would have a dog to pull him around, and (j. Frcd'

plan to have a traffic engineer would bring students downtown a allergy; would he linturlxxJ.

survey the parking situation on the few minutes before show time." The remits, alas, were not all HUM!! had hoped. Tho chihua-

campus."I 3rdThe The possibility of hiring a pro- hua, alas, was unable to pull Basil in the dogcart, no matter

think this should be paid for fessional engineer to make astudy how energetically; he heat the animal./

by state funds,not Student Government of the campus driving and parking Defeated again, Basil nut down with (j. Fred, his" roommate,

funds," Kennedy said. UF debate team tied for a problem drew a reply from Har- to wnoke a Marlboro Cigarette: arid seek a new answer to the

He said the proposed Interna- preliminary third place and ranked shaw that "this Is probably the problem. Together they Miioked mid thought and-I Kurc-kal! 1-

tional Student Speakers Bureau high in final debates in compe- most expensive plank in our plat- an answer quickly apjrcared. (I Jo not suggest! murk you, that
would cost nothing because it wouldbe tition with 118 universities at Har- form. Murllxiro Cigarettes arc un uid to cerebration. All I IIII1Y about

on a purely local basis "to vard University this past weekend. "But we feel that It is a survey Murllioros i i" that they taste gcxxj and are mado of fine tobaccos

promote more contact and com- that is needed. We feel that it and pure white filters" and come in soft |wck: or Hip Top l>ox.)

munication between the interna- UF first team debaters John ties in with the regulation banning Well. sir, Bai'iilulu1' (i. FniJ( got a great idea. Actually, the

tional student and the community." Devault and Bill McCormick defeated automobile privileges for fresh- idea was (:J. Fred's, who hupX'iied| to I majoring( in .genetics.

He said financial support for the University of Wisconsin, men and sophomores. Right now, Why not, said (n.! Fred, cross-breed! the rhiliuuhua with a jrcat;

other foreign student events "is[ Clarion College, Dartmouth Col- their having cars does seem unfeasible Dane. anal I thus produce! an uniinal t sturdy enough to India dog-

an established thing and has'been lege, Gustavus Adolphus College, but the fact is that the curt?

going on quite a few years." Ohio State University and David UF is expanding so fast that withina It was, ala! another (plan, doomed to failure.The crossbreeding -

Kennedy said composition and Lipscomb University. They lost few years, without adequate bus wax done, but the result (this JH! very difficult to explain) wan ..
distribution of scholarshipand to University of Illinois and Loyola service, it will be almost Impossible u nicoon.

loan listings to dormitoryareas of Chicago. to go from one class to Hut there is, I run (pimped! to roj>ort, u happy ending to this

were necessary to inform another without some sort lieart-rending, tale. It KTIIIS that. Basil's mother (thin" is also! very

students who are not aware of Cliff McCelland and Betsey of transportation." difficult to explain' ) is, u glamorous! blond aged 10 years. One

scholarship and loan oppor- Drosdick defeated University of store day the was plotted' by u talent rout in Bangor, .Maine, and
tunities. He said it involves a Scranton, Loyola of Baltimore, On the matter of extending was signed to a fabulous movii contract, und the entire family
hours in the married villages
minimum of expense and will be Loyola of Chicago, and Holy Cross. lists and, mou-d to California and bought. lid l Air, und today one of the
mainly SG work. Losses were to Marquette Uni- distributing professors nio-t r-ndfiinng fight to I lit wen on the entire Pacific Coast is ..
the inter-
and
Kennedy said his "matching" versity, Southwest Texas State, C-courses, opening >jxit pulling H.i-il down :Suiwt: I Ikulevurd-Basil" cheering and
national center during evenings,
funds program to extend library University of Detroit and Villa- remarked that "we :'j'"lIt wujurintr. Ba-ilV mother i is aims: happy' making glamorous,
Harshaw
acuities Is"in lieu of some nova. unties. all day long, and. Ua-il's: father is likewise content, sitting -
funds to these
already appropriate
V.O.T.E. party promises last yearto and their implementationwould ut homo und reading the hater meter. o IM MIM..IM. .
give money to dorm area areas,
libraries." only require an extensionof .
Devault and McCormick will represent -
He would match SG funds with UF at the regional quali- this money." Pacific Coatt. Atlantic Coast, tin great Heartland In between

money from the area fees dorm fication runnings for the West Harshaw said that funds required -not to speak of laska and J/arrall-oll of hit It Marlboro

residents pay upon moving Into Point National debate tournamentin for the operation of a SG travel Country- Light up and Und out For yourtelf.II .
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Kennedy Harshawl


By BOB WILSON By FHANK HARSHAW Gator Party yesterday filed However, upon seeing Ritch fractions of the election rules gov-
Gator Party Chairman V.O.T.E. Party Candidate: complaints with the Election Board later, Mrs. Arkell said he was erning the posting of "poop" and

charging V.O.T.E. Party with not one of the men who had visited signs.
There has been an awful lot of M i OPPONENT RIDICULES two "misrepresentation of fact and her shop. Paul Hendrick, president of the
talk about qualifications in this points in the new V.O.T.E Plat- conduct unbecoming a Florida stu Eastwood said their complaint student body and chairman of the
campaign. Let's analyze the importance formthe point reading: dent." centered around the signing of election board, said a meetingof
of qualifications and then 1. "Permit students to have The complaint resulted from an Eastwood's name to the note which, the board to rule on the charges
explore in some depth the qualifi- telephones installed in dorm Incident at the Arkell Print Shopin he said, was misspelled, and the will be held Wednesday.
cations of the Gator Party Candi- rooms as at other universities. Gainesville. person on the phone Identifying
dates. and the point reading: Mrs. Rod Arkell, owner of the himself as someone else. *

2. "Support proposed elimi- shop, said two men came into the lie said Gator Party was unwilling
nation of 7:30 and lunch-hour shop Saturday and asked for a to name persons believed to And V.O.T.E.
Qualifications Include the per- classes as new classrooms are picture of Gator presidential have been involved in the Incident.
sonal character and integrity of installed and more professors nominee Ken Kennedy.She Upon learning of the charges,
the candidates as well as past BackV.O.T.E.
available. told them they would haveto Hitch said he was unaware of the Charges
accomplishments. Personal char- NO PR ,HAM is
automatically have a signed note from Tom Incident.
acter and integrity Indicate the achievable. The job of student Eastwood to obtain the pictures. "Neither I nor my party know Party countered elec- ,.
sincerety with which a candidate government is not to throw ice After leaving the shop, they anything about the incident," he tion rule violations lodged against
seeks office and the earnestnesswith water on new proposals. It Is to returned a short time later witha said. it by Gator Party yesterday by

which he will approach his get results -- ref !ts that mean note, supposedly signed by East "I feel the whole story is an filing an accusation of Its own with
duties. Past accomplishments Indicate building on one's background to wood, she said. attempt by Gator Party to remove Secretary of Interior Bill DeG rove
the degree of Interest in move into new areas. Your stu- last night.
Mrs. Arkell told the Alligatorshe the campaign from the levelon
campus activities and level of dent government cannot afford the Gator Party was charged with
saw that the handwriting was which it has been run thus far.
campus awareness of the candi- luxury of timidity in a time of "destroying banners" but no Indi-
not E as two 0 d s. She called "I hope this won't be an attemptby
dates. They show a proven ability fast change. the viduals were named on the vio-
campus Eastwood at the Alpha Tau Omega Gator Party to submergethe
to get things accomplished in 1. ON TELEPHONES: the pro- house, informing him of the" remainder of the campaign in lation form.In .
the past and Indicate the likeli- posal is feasible. It can be done. incident, and Eastwood asked to political mud." a joint statement, James
hood or unlikelihood of accom- If student government neglects the speak to one of the men. The complaint was drawn upt Hauser and Mike Colodny, V.O.
plishing things in the future. service, others will provide it,but Eastwood said the man he spoke Sunday, but Eastwood said he was T.E. Party officials, said the Incident -

perhaps years hence. to on the phone-said he was a per- unable to find Bill DeG rove,Sec re- took place at the PI Lambda
MUST OUR CAMPUS accept second son who turned out to be with East tary of the Interior and memberof Phi fraternity house around 3 a.m.
Our presidential candidate, Ken place to other universities wood at the time. the Election Board,Sunday nightto Sunday morning.
Kennedy, has served in responsible which boast of phones in dorm When Eastwood got to the shop, file the complaint. Someone entered the house and

executive positions in almost rooms? Even FSU has a free the two had left, he said, but lie said he left the complaint on destroyed a V.O.T.E. Party ban-
'every phase of campus life Including phone on each dorm floor! Universities Mrs. Arkell had written down the DeGrove's desk. The Alligator ner for treasurer candidate Fred

dormitory activities, our size,like Iowa,sport license number of their car. was unable to locate DeGroveSunday Lane, according to the V.O.T.E.
Homecoming, R e II g I 0 n-In-Llfe phones In every room! Eastwood said further checking to confirm that the complainthad Party pair.
Week and UniversityReliglousAssociation IT IS SIMPLY no so to argue showed the license tag belonged toa been filed. "The childish' act described
professional and hon- that because dorms are not today car owned by John Ritch, party Gator Party also filed two other above is far from worthy of those
orary organizations such as Pre- wired for, or do not have phones, chairman of V.O.T.E. Party. complaints involving alleged in- who consider themselves mature
Law Club, John Marshall Bar they cannot be installed. Southern adults ." the statement___ ended._ __ __

Association, and Phi Eta Sigma, Bell has studied several proposalsfor
Students RemindedTo
and his social fraternity. He,has complete dorm phone cov-
ONI fUll POUND VKCS1KLOIN
served several
on student
govern-
erage. In my opponent's room
ment committees as a memberand on campus Is a free phone operating u'
as chairman,'and in the president's on the University switchboard. Bring ID CardsStudents STEAK -

,
cabinet as Undersecretaryof TilE MAJOR PHONE OB-
Organizations.In $1.95 I
STACLE is administration
were reminded today in the Florida Union.
approval. I propose to work with they need their ID (fee) cards to School of Journalism and Com-
all, Ken has effectively filled Dr. Riker and Mr. Carpenter of vote in the Feb. 6 student elec- munications -- Club Rendezvousin HALF POUND
the office of president five times Housing to extend the campus dorm tions, by Secretary of the Inter- the Florida Union. $1,50CmfHfe
and vice-president three times. survey. ior Bill DeGrove. Colleges of Health and Nursing, COCNTJI
Ken was recognized by Florida THEN I WOULD CONTACT the "Try to vote before noon, but Pharmach and Medicine Medical HAM" STEAK
Blue Key for his outstanding UF Physical Plant Division and most of all, remember to vote Building next to the mail room on wlta ... IJe Onw
,
service to the University of Florida the telephone company to deter- DeGrove said. the ground floor. "GOOD KATOT roDwnr i ft.

and by Hall of Fame for his mine costs of installation. For Each student must vote In the College of Law -- Law Build TOWER HOUSE
work in campus religious activi- funds, I would meet Tigert officials college in which he is registered, ing. t
ties. Ken's versatile abilities in and work to persuade themto with the exception of freshmenand

leadership, scholarship and athle- tap portions of the $18,000 sophomores. Poling places
tics were recognized by the UF Campus Concession Fund(vending will be located as follows:
Rhodes Scholarship Committee machine receipts) or other sour- Freshmen and sophomores -- See What's New in

which selected him to representthis ces to take the burden off students. Broward, Tolbert, Jennings, Mur- _
university in the National Administration sources are opento phree, Hume, Rawlings, Graham "
Rhodes Scholarship competition.Dick persuasion! and Yulee.
COMPLEX!? -- Yes, but so is College of Agriculture -- Mc- The Browse Shop

Gober, the Gator Party our campus, and student govern- Carty Hall ground floor.
has ment must measure up. College of Architecture--
vice-presidential candidate
the broad experience in all 2. ELIMINATION OF 7:30's Building E hallway. Quality PaperbacksMAY
branches of student governmentand and LUNCH-HOUR CLASSES: like College of Arts and Sciences -;.

In varied campus activities the phone problem--complex, but Hub entrance.
not deserving ridicule. First, College of Business Administration -
that makes him the most qualified
candidate for vice-president in to the UF Curriculum Planning -- Matherly II all ground floor, MAN PREVAIL .Eric Fromm

many years. Committee armed with a studyof southwest. THE GOLDEN BOUGH .Frazer
available classroom space and College of Education -- Norman
potential time changes: next, reports Hall entrance, by the auditorium. A TREASURY OF GREAT REPORTING .Snyder &

While clerk of the Honor Court, on the planned ceiling on College of Engineering -- Engineering Morris

Dick served the student body In UF student enrollment; next, a Building first floor. MEN OF MATHEMATICS .E.T. Bell
many ways. He was director of time schedule on elimination as Colleges of Forestry and Physl-
elections, chairman of the honor numbers of faculty are increased and Education. Club Rendezvous RADIO EXPLORATION OF THE PLANETARY

court publicity committee, honor --the solution: start SYSTEM .Smith & Carr
court forums chairman, and fresh- now and plan for changes before
THE LONELY CROWD Riesman
.
men orientation Dick absorbed
speaker. they are here and by
also presided over the selection the status quo! THE RED EXECUTIVE .Granick
of jurors and on numerous occa- KLEANAMATICLAUNDRY

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terday became the first mem- MECHANICAL ENGINEERING HANDBOOK
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NEW YORK (UPI) -- Wichita continued Its rocket-like climb Mondayin I ,: The Florida-Tennessee basket-
the United Press International major college basketball ratingsand Page 8 TuesdayFeb.4,1964 ball game scheduled last night
UCLA, the nation's only unbeaten major team, extended Its first- .' was posponed until the first weekin
place reign to five weeks. II> .' ,. ."; ., > ... JI March yesterday after an air
Wichita, which ranked 12th three weeks ago, vaulted Into fourth plane crash claimed the life of
place Monday. The Shockers have turned what was expected to bea By 61-30 ScoreFrosh an assistant basketball coach from
tight race In the Missouri Valley Conference Into a near-rout Tennessee.Bill .
Gibbs, 36, freshman coach
with six consecutive league wins. Swimmers and head recruiter, was enrouteto
l Orange Bowl Villanova and Duke each movedup Jacksonville, when the twin-
a notch to sixth and seventh, engine Beachcraft of South Cen-
respectively. Villanova, which tral Airlines crashed on takeoffat
{ Ends Contract has lost only once, Improved its Topple Greenies the Gainesville Municipal Air-
1 record to 16-1 with two triumphs port killing him and the nine other
during the week and Duke also persons aboard.
\ MIAMI (UPIThe added a pair of victories, Includ- Gibbs was Gainesville to scout
Orange Dowl committee, ing a record-setting 121-65 win I. ;\ TOM DIOGUARDI Saturday's UF-Kentucky basket-
\ with a new television con- over Navy. ball game and was on his way to
tract for night games to UCLA, once-beaten Michiganand scout the Auburn-Georgia Tech
strengthen Its bidding, Kentucky continued to rank 4 game last night at Auburn.
voted Monday to end a tie- 1.2-3, respectively for the third When the news of the crash
up with the Dig Eight Con-' consecutive week. UCLA was reached the Tennessee players,
ference and go on the open ranked No. Iby 32 of the 35 coacheson f they decided they would rather not
market for both Its NewYear's the UPI rating board and again LANCE GERLIN play the game if possible and after
Day football teams. had a 346 point total, four less : ; special consultation between UF
D. Boyd Benjamin, than perfect. m coach Norman Sloan and UF Ath-
president of the committee Michigan extended its Dig Ten letic Director Ray Graves, the
announced the endingof unbeaten streak to six games and The Baby Gator swimming team Dioguardi took a first in the game was postponed.
the 11-year series of its season record to 15-1 with an won its third meet of the season 50 yard freestyle for the UFfrosh Sloan said there was no definite
agreements under which easy victory over Michigan State yesterday with a 61-30 triumphover with a time of 23.1 seconds while date set for the makeup game, but
the conference sentits while Kentucky had to resort to Tulane's freshmen, In a rain Gerlin took first in the 100 yard that It would be the first week in
champion to the Orange a last minute freeze and a zone soaked contest at Florida Pool. free with a 52.1 seconds clocking. March, right after the end of the
Bowl. Except for a brief defense to beat Florida. The win Lance Gerlin, swimming exhi- Grau and Tual captured the 100 regular season.
tieup with the Atlantic gave the Wildcats a share of the bition, set a freshman record in yard butterfly and backstroke, re- The freshman preliminary game
Coast' Conference, the Southeastern Conference lead with the 200 yard freestyle with a timeof spectively. Grau swam the 100 with St. Leo Junior College was
1 Orange Bowl has bid at Louisiana State.Davidson 1541. However Tulane took yard course In 1:00.6 and Tual also cancelled and a source closeto
large for the Big Eight's and Vanderbilt were the event with Bob Jourdan swim cleared the distance in 58.5 se- the Athletic Department saidIt
opponent. the only losers in the top 10 last ming the distance in 1:59.5. conds. was doubtful that the game wouldbe
Benjamin said the decision week and as a result both teams Both Florida relay teams took John Stiles and Jack Bauers made up.
to end the tieup with tumbled in the ratings. Davidson their events with the Baby Gators placed first in the 400 yard freestyle Gibbs Joined the Tennessee
the Big Eight with the slipped from fourth to fifth after swimming the 200 yard Individual and 100 yard backstroke,re- coaching staff in 1962 to work for
three-year contract which West Virginia knocked the Wild- medley relay in 1:46.5 and the 200 spectively.Dave head basketball coach Ray Mears.
expired last Jan. 1 with cats from the unbeaten class. yard freestyle relay in 1:33.5. Bently gave the Gators Gibbs and Mears both graduatedfrom
the Nebraska-Auburn Blanchard Tual, Bob Reines,Steve a first in the 1-meter diving com- Miami University of Ohio
41' game--which Nebraska Grau and Jim Kelly made up the petition with 161.25 points. and both advocated the same brandof
won--was "ad1tf1cuU one" Vanderbilt dropped from fifth medley team. Kelly, Gerlin, basketball.
for the committee becauseof to eighth after its upset at the Paul Repp and Tom Dioguardi The win gives the Baby Gatorsa
the good relationship hands of Auburn. Vandy has lost composed the freestyle squad. 3-0 record with their next meet Gibbs is survived by his wife
between the conference and twice, both defeats coming on the Florida won nine of eleven coming up on Feb. 15 against the Jean and two children, VirginiaAnn
the committee. road. events. FSU freshmen. 13 and Tommy, 7.



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