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Florida AllIgatorVol.




No.89 University of Florida, Gainesville Wed..Feb.5,1964No




Help Crash ProbeContinuing




For DadWASHINGTON




(UPI) -- TheSen- z' Investigators continued their probe yesterday of the plane crash

ate yesterday narrowly defeated a w which killed 10 persons at the Gainesville Airport Monday morning!

plan that would have permitted It may be more than a month before It is known why the twin-engine

parents to subtract from their Beechcraft fell about 75 feet to the runway and exploded into flames.

Income tax bill part of the cost Representatives of the Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB who arrived

of sending their children through 1 early Monday afternoon are with-

college.The $ : w1 ::7- holding all comment on possible

Student Jailed causes of an apparent malfunction

proposal, sponsored by Sen. which resulted in a power loss in

Abraham Ribicoff, D-Conn as an the left engine.

amendment to the Senate's $11.6 On NarcoticsLaw One question has been answered

billion tax reduction bill, origin- however.

ally haa the backing of liberal It apparently was legal for a

Democrats and most Republicans.But passenger to be sitting in the co-

\d Violation pilot's seat as apparently was the
the administration was a- A case Monday.

gainst it, and It failed by a cliff- Tamalis
George
By GEORGE ELMORE acting supervisor -
hanging roll call vote of 48-45 r ,1 Staff WriterA of inspection for* the CAB's

that saw two of its co-sponsors, UP student arrested on a Miami office said that copilotsare

Sense Robert C. Byrd, D-W. Va., narcotics charge will go before required in the type of plane

and Frank E. Moss, D-Utah, the Faculty Disciplinary Committee that crashed only when the planeIs

emerge from the cloakroom to w here Friday, said Dean Frank flying under Instruments.
vote it at the f
against last mo- Adams yesterday.

ment. Robert Michael Fine, 2UC, was
UniversitySite
arrested Sattrday morning in his

Another co-sponsor, Sen. Howard room, 820 North Hall,by Inspector Picked

W.Cannon,D-Nev.,happenedto ji' Finigan and Detective James of

be out of town when the vote the Jacksonville Narcotics Bur-
TALLAHASSEE (UPI) -- The
was called.
eau.The Bureau had been contactedby Cabinet yesterday accepteda
woodland site 12 miles from
Mrs. Beatrice Thomasof
Administration forces
came n_ downtown Orlando as a site fora
from behind to defeat the plan, Klean-A-Matic Laundry when
she found 10 sticks of marijuanaIn new space age university, pro-
and the tide of voting bore all
vided it meet soil
can acceptable
the earmarks of Lyndon B. John- BRINGING SCOTLAND TO CAMPUS a pair of pants belonging to and zoning standards.

son's when he Sen- Fine.
ate Democratic strategy leader. was .is Denny Dodd, 1UC 1 talking with Barbara Rouse, The pants had come to her Board of Control irector J.
Broward said it will be
3PA left and Louise Campbell 1UC at the through the South Hall Laundryand Culpepper
MalloryHall at least two months before sub
Cleaning service.
Dry
The Senate also defeated on social Sunday night. Information was not availableat soil borings at the so-called Ada-

a 47-47 tie vote on amendment this time as to where Fine mucci site In Orange county will

sponsored by Sen. Winston L. determine If the land will support
howeverthe
obtained the narcotics
;
Prouty, R-Vt., to permit ,tax deductions Harshaw Has Not Satisfied investigation Is continuing on large university buildings.But .

of up to $1,500 a year the state level by Jacksonville he said he anticipated iio
for students working their delays or difficulty in reaching
way authorities, and on the campusby
through college. Prouty's plan agreements with Orange and Seminole -
In-
Inactive Day Says KennedyA Mr. Gene Watson, Campus
would have cost the Treasury a- vestigator.Fine counties on proper zoning restrictions -

bout $55 million a year in tax was turned over to city In the vicinity of the
By DONITA MATHISONStaff Institution. The north-
revenues. proposed
Oa, of relative inactivity is authorities for the, weekend, and
Writer ern tip of the rolling 1,200 acre
then booked and placed in the
scheduled today for V.O.T.E.Party
The main argument against the "We have not been satisfied site sits on the Seminole County
Alachua Jail early Mon-
presidential hopeful Frank with the campaign to this pointIn County
Ribicoff plan was that It would up line.F .
Harshaw and the other membersof day.
cost too much in tax revenue so far as the V.O.T.E. Party's ,
losses--$1.3 billion by 1970. Sen. his slate. tactics are concerned," said Gator F rif.t: r $ jf.m-'j.: _z. ,: :.:x, ,.?,.'/ti:: "" ",:: ,<, '";j.-: ': ,:(<<:: i" <:

Eugene McCarthy, D-Minn., said Party chairman John Ritch said Party's Ken Kennedy last night. : .Y.
last night that no particular events Gator Party has attempted to
$500 million spent under the ad

ministration's omnibus education would be held today as the current present a new and fresh approachto i1 Poiling Places

bill, which would provide college political campaign beads down the campus politics In hopes of

tuition loans, would do three times home stretch toward tomorrow's getting the students more Interested -

as much good for education as the finale. and, therefore, creating a !' MEMORANDUM: to all students

Ribicoff plan. Members of the student body meaningful Student Government, ,' FROM: Secretary of Interior g'F'

will go to the polls then to electa Kennedy added. SUBJECT: Polling Places

There also were objections that new slate of Student GovernmentSG "This new approach has a typeof I

the would benefit ( ) officers. Harshaw is opposedby dignity and maturity that has
provision mostly been lacking political campaignsof I: Each student shall vote In the college in which he is registered
middle-income the Gator Party's Ken Kennedy.
parents who can
with tK- exception of the freshman and sophomore
Last night Harshaw "stomped"the the past and I only hope that
afford
already to send children
the students will appreciate these :i% classes. Memoers of these classes will vote according to
dorms and 8 receptionswere
to p.m.
college. Sen. Wayne Morse, considerations and support such class. Voting machines will be located in the following placesfor
D-Ore., complained that the plan held at both Graham and
of this nature in the future your convenience.
parties ,
raised the old church-state Jennings Hall for the party's candidates
con- Kennedy said. y. Freshmen: Broward, Tolbert, Jennings, Murphree, Hume,
There was also a 10:30
troversy by helping parents meet
Rawllngs Graham and Y ilee.
Gator Party's presidential can- ,
the cost of church related collegesand p.m. debate between Kennedy and
Harshaw at Broward Hall. didate pointed out the party's plat- Sophomore: Broward, Tolbert, Jennings, Murphree, Hume,
universities.
Today is expected to Includea form Is not a "give-away" pro- ,':' Rawllngs, Graham and Yulee.

round of general campaigningfor gram, "filled with the unnecessary J.

Harshaw as well as membersof promises but that the main con College Building Place

'Big' Crime the upper and lower slate. cern Is the student and his views." AgricultureArchitecture McCarty Ground floor

"We have been against unnecessary Building E Hallway
Rltch said he hopes "that In the
SANDIEGO, Calif. (UPI) plastering of ; Arts and Sciences Hub Entrance
day before students go to the polls poop
--California police are Business Ad. Matherly Ground Floor SW
sheets during the campaign to ,
there will be
no attempts by per-
today searching for two Education Norman Entrance, by aud.
to that avoid any great amount of litter-
sons bring up anything
real 'chislers. chiseled doesn't deserve to be Included in Ing on campus and since the V. I, Engineering Engineering First floor
It seems theives -
the campaign." O.T.E. Party declined the idea,
two 200-pound bronze <
we went ahead unitarilly," Ken-
plaques from the base of Both Harshaw and Ritch expressed -
Cross themselves as being satisfied nedy said.
the historic Serra "
Kennedy asserted that some irresponsible -
with the and all
race urged
In a state park here yester- members of the fj'oj Forestry and Phys Ed Florida Union Club Rendezvous
students to to the polls
go
Journalism School of JM Club Rendezvous :
day.The tomorrow. V.O.T.E. Party have committed r
which have r "
plaques violations of certain acts that Health, Nursing :
been bolted and cemented shouldn't' have been allowed to Pharmacy and Medicine Medical Next to mall room
to the base of the cross :: :
happen. on the ground floor ";
since 1913 were valued at Law Law Porch "
Platform Planks "We have conducted a clean

$800. campaign," Kennedy said, and are
The 2-by-4 metal plates proud of the results so far." Election day Is tomorrow.

were in honor of a priest ComparedSee He added that there would be Remember you need your ID card (fee card) to vote. &'

who founded the California space on the greenboards and some ,r Try to vote before noon, but most of all REMEMBER TO Ij:t
Page 4 :
mission.
VOTE.The .
of the banners soon for the lower
'. ''''h', w.u :r,:
of officers. arAw4r f A
slate
Gator
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I Harrison To Get GavelThe 1 1 V.O.T.E. Charges




gavel will pass from the Smith, who plans to graduate Gator Party Trio

old to the new Thursday night when from the university in April, previously

newly elected officers of served as secretary, treasurer

Murphree Area Hall's Council vice-president and president turned around and said it was, the "flagrant and libelous nature
assume their duties at the weekly of Tolbert Area Council. He By JOEL GASTON V.O.T.E. Party that wrote the, of these accusations, the V.O.T.E.
meeting. is a 1964 nominee for the UP Hall Staff Writer letter. Party investigated the source of

Elected to succeed Eric B. of Fame. Three Gator Party officials were The complaint, submitted: these letters and can conclusivelyprove

Smith, present president, is Don Harrison stated his administration charged last night as party representatives yesterday to Se**,of Interior Bill l the following:

Harrison. Harold Young will fill will ...aim toward with "gross mis- DeGrove, charges Bob Wilson,Gator (1) 'Neal Cooke' was not the
the now vacant vice-presidency of increased services to residents of representation of fact to the entire Party chairman; DannyO'Connell author of these letters, nor did he
the council. Bill Goodwin is the Murphree Area, and continuing student body" by V.O.T.E. Party and John authorize others to use his name.
,
campaign manager
new council secretary, replacingMike those already in progress." chairman John Ritch in connectionwith Hancock, party treasurer, with ((2)) 'Neal Cooke' is not currently

Nabi. Larry Powell will an alleged fraudulent letter- the violation. enrolled as a University student.He .
assume the duties of Treasurer. Distribution of suggestion boxesin to-the-editor submitted to The "These did not return to school after
said last night
"They're a young group, but the area, additional lighting and Alligator. Wilson December.

seldom have I seen an executive possible air-conditioning of Flet- Gator Party officials quickly charges tonight hit us like a pan ((3) Telephone calls to the Registrar -
board of such potential," Smith cher Lounge head the list of future of ice-water. We feel Gator Party and the of
College Arts
said. projects he said. and The Alligator are targets ofa
,
] Sciences reveal that
1--1 vicious mud slinging campaign and no other
.- -. intended to discredit both of us." person by a similar name is cur-

He said the Gator Party believed rently enrolled school.Further

'We know there are two the letter was written by a V.0.T.E. more, none has been enrolled

Neal Cookes," Gator Party Party person "in an attempt to during recent years, save the 'in-

chairman Bob Wilson said discredit both Gator Party and the nocent' Neal Cooke."

KNOW YE late last night. "We have student newspaper." While checking the first two of

found some one who says In a letter of explanation accom- he statements, the officials werelccompanied

he knows the Neal Cooke, panying the charges, V.O.T.E. by The Alligator Editor -

who wrote the letter. That Party said two letters published Editor, Walker Lundy and

Cook graduated in Decem- in The Alligator and signed with Managing Editor Bill Fuller, the

ber and is now in GeorgiaIn the name "Neal Cooke," contained statement said.

the Army. material in which its presidential Wilson said "We have known for

"We are trying to locate candidate and "some of its some time that V.O.T.E. Party

him now," Wilson leaders" were "maliciously officials, following the type of

GATOR said.Army. maligned and libeled." campaign they have been running,

The statement said that due to have intended to find some way to
discredit The Alligator in an attempt -

ProgramTo to cover up the publicationof
CLASSIFIED RATESHAVE Council their election violations and

ReorganizeThe breach of conduct during this cam-
paign."

Ritch said his party is makingthe
Army ROTC sponsor pro- ApprovesEditor's
CHANGED!
charges because they have a
gram, originated on the UF last
written statement from Cooke say-
September by Col. James T. Hen- ( Note--Below
"has written a letter.
Ing he never
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF nessey, Is reorganizing asap is the motion unanimously "
to The Alligator.
honorary society. passed by the Benton En-
Ritch said the two letters have
Under the revised constitution, gineering Council. The
new members will be chosen at Alligator reprints it herein been an issue in the campaignthus
far and have "hurt us in the
CONSECUTIVEINSERTION the beginning of each trimester full to clear up mis- "
through a formal rush. A 2.3 conceptions concerning the dorms.
said the letters were too
He
average, personality, and motion.)
to have been written by
pointed
appearance are criteria for appli-
cants. Proposed projects include "I hereby move: anyone with Just a passing inure
that the
following state- In the campaign and they' wen
selling cokes on the drill field,
ments be officially re-, >rli-
charging these Gator Party
providing a social for each com-
leased by this Council: cials not because it was felt they
pany, and for the wives of local
DISCOUNTS. Army officers. They will also Benton"The members of the wrote the letters but because "we

attend the military ball. Engineering Coun- feel they know who did.

ROTC advisors for the programare cil hereby approve of "We feel they have committed

Jim Welch, 3BA;Frank Green, dential Frank Harshaw as apresi- gross misrepresentation, as these

3BA; and Wendell Davis, 4PE. the candidate in letters were presented In The
The forthcoming stu- Alligator as letters from an
vrra sponsors were originally dent
body election.
student and not a campus
chosen by the company com- average
"The
members
manders as a type of"sweetheart"for of the politician," he said.
Benton
the purpose of boosting morale. Engineering Coun- Wilson said, "Gator Party has
cil
By the new system, the sponsor's hereby approve of Steve pledged Itself to conducting a clean
president will serve as brigade Cheeseman as an Honor campaign In the spirit of good

sponsor, other officers as battalion Court the Clerk candidate in government. Through the personal

sponsors, and members repre- forthcoming stu- '..Ipgrlty of the members: of this.lr..y
dent
senting individual units and com- and body further election.that these we have fulfilled this obli
"
panies. Regulation uniforms are statements gation.
not be Intended -
0
provided.
Girls interested may apply now as a pledge of vote or UnusualSeries,
the urging of a student to

20 Words or Less $1 for 1 Day AKD at the Army Initiates ROTC Headquarters.28 vote didate for; but a rticular rather arecog-can- In Gallery XAn

nition of the candidates'

10 qualification to run for the unusual art exhibit featuringa
% Discount for 3 Consecutive Into BrotherhoodAlpha offices s'.ateo.! series of preliminary drawings

Kappa Delta, national alongside finished works of art is

Insertions% Discount for 5 honorary sociological fraternity, Signed in progress on the UF campus.
initiated 28 outstanding sociology Robert E. DeLoach, Jr. The exhibit InGallery X containsthe

students Monday night at the ASCE Junion delegate work of nine prize-winning UF

Consecutive lnsertions% for Holiday Inn. art professors: Roy C. Craven,
They Kenneth Kerslake Hollis H. Hol-
are: George Adler, GET IT ACROSS ,
Barbara Aldredge, Clarence Cald- brook, John G. Naylor, P.R.McIntosh -

All Insertions Over 5. 3t well, Hwien Jenchew, Mary Chubb, Robert Skelly,Stuart Purser,
per David Coomees, Dade Dardy, John John Ward and Hiram D.Williams.
"
Gannon, James Humby, Myron Entitled "The Working Drawing,

Hamer, Richard Jeanneret,Burton it continues through Feb. 14..
Additional Insertion per WordCALL Cline, Edwin McGeer, Pamela Gallery X is open Monday

Tomlinson, Curtis Peterson, Eli- through Friday from 9 a.mo noon

zabeth Pound, Wesley Roberts, g2 ':- : Vff and from 2to5p.r.
UNIVERSITY EXTENSION Lucious Robson, Sawrence Shutte, "'' "The exhibit allows the obser-
Harriet Shore, John Mayer, Clyde 7With ver to examine the total conceptof

Mills, Robert Peddycoart, '.' the artist from his early form-
2832 AND ASK FOR CLASSIFIEDS Reginald Touch ton, Willeam .t ulation of creative pice of work

Varnes, Carol I ... :, final completion,"
Weaver, Allen (,,,{,,. through to its
Weinsen. Morton Wolfson. I' ;;. said Art Department Head Eugene.




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Wed.Feb.5,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3



11 News BriefsSitIn i I Pi Kap Dedicates



StagedCLEVELAND Bomb EmbassyNICOSIA UltimatumGENEVA


$150,000 HouseThe
(UPI) -- Cyprus (UPI) (UPI) -- The
Police: broke up a prolonged __ Two bombs exploded at Soviet Union yesterday
sit-in demonstration the United States Embassylast manded withdrawal of all
at the city school administration night, causing consid- American nuclear weapons new $150,000 Pi Kappa Phi house, the UF's first completelyair
building yes- erable damage. from Europe In the first conditioned fraternity house, will be dedicated Feb. 23, accordingto

stage of any disarmament fraternity officials.
I terday dragging about 25
First reports Indicated treaty. Florida Congressman Syd Herlong Jr., Pi Kappa Phi National Execu-
chanting
integratlonlsts
there were no injuries in This demand emerged as tive Secretary Durward Owen, and Dean of the UF Law School Frank E.
downstairs
from the third
floor. the explosion, which came the catch Soviet proposals Maloney will be guests for the dedication. The occasion will also mark
shortly after President that an unspecifiednumber the 40th anniversary of Alpha Epsilon chapter of PI Kappa Phi.
( Archbishop Makarios delivered of nuclear weapons The new house was designed by Dean of the Yale School or Architecture
The sit-in started as a to UJS. and British a so-called"nuclear Frank Rudolph and will feature indirect natural lighting In
quiet, orderly affair officials in London his reply umbrella," be retained as all rooms.
'in protest of the school to their joint proposalfor protection until the third The house has small private rooms for each brother with the rooms
board's refusal to Imme- a peacekeeping force and final stage of disarma- grouped into sections and larger living areas in the sections.
diately integrate bus- 'if 10,000 NATO troops on ment. The PI Kapps moved into the new house Saturday and will paint and

transported classes from Cyprus. Soviet Ambassador landscape the property themselves.Moratorium.
predominately Negro to Reports spread throughthis Semyon K. Tsrapkin told
all-white schools. capital that several the 17-nation disarmament
Greek Cypriots and Turk- conference that the first Lifted

But the demonstrationgrew ish Cypriots; had been cap- nuclear arms to be cut
steadily in intensity tured by opposing sides in back must Include those
and skirmishes during the day. stationed terri-
through the morning on foreign

reached siege proportionsand tory.In. On Land Near UFA
then bedlam as police effect, this would
were forced into act .on. Ghanians Riot mean the United States

The demonstrators trap- would have to remove its building moratorium placedon ing station on the SAE corner.
ped all three elevators to nuclear weapons from land bordering the UF was lifted Last nights action excluded the
ACCRA Ghana (UPI) --
,
the third floor by sittingin Western Europe--the Monday night by the Gainesville SAE corner.
Mobs of Ghanians eggedon
I
the opening doors and NATO nuclear shield-- City Commission.The The moratorium prevented land
blocked the main stairwayand by government trucks party while the Soviet Union moratorium was placed on owners from building on the pro-
loudspeaker ,
all office doors along could withdraw Its missiles land along S.W. 13th Street from perty even if they met zoning requirements -
marched on the U. S. Em-
the corridor. u its own frontier. the Kappa Sigma house to S.W.
bassy yesterday, hauled and required the
5th Ave. last March 15. The )
down the American flag property owner to appear before t
Twenty-three were tak- moratorium was supposedly for
and threatened to storm the commission to request building
en immediately to the police Dawn AttackSAIGON only thirty days. It lasted over
the building.One permits.
station, and two of ten months.
crowd of several
those arrested battled four hundred demonstrators Mayor Byron Winn and com- Jazz Dances
policeman before they missioners Ed Turlington; and Alan
fell back when Emer- (UPI) -- Com-
were hauled into the sta- munist Sutherland iniated the moratoriumlast
guerrillas overrana
son Player of Denver,
lion.Baeck. Colo., a Negro embassy Vietnamese army bat- March in opposition to a fill- By OrchesisOrchesis

I. official, rushed out,seizedthe talion headquarters 55
rope and ran the ban- miles south of Saigon in a Kantor TalksOn the coed contem-
ner up the staff. pre-dawn attack yester- porary dance group will performa
Police and leaders of day, the biggest since late jazz number Saturday night at
DiscussedDr. President Kwarn-j November. The Viet Cong Panama CrisisThe the Hume Hall social
Nkrumah's Convention withdrew when government The Hula will be danced by

Alfred Jospe, Associate People's Party (CPP) planes lit up the area with Propellor Club, the For- Pat Tehani, in keeping with the
Director of the National B'nai stopped another mob shortof flares.In eign Trade and Transportation Hawaiian theme of the social. Information -
Brith Hlllel Foundation, will deliver storming the embassy Saigon, an estimated group on campus, will meet concerning the event
a special guest lecture entitled during a second demon- 1,000 university students Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in Room may be obtained from Dave Cor-
"Leo Baeck -- The Essenceof stration directed against staged a peaceful demon- 18 Matherly. son (phone 376-0638).

Judiasm for Modern Man" on what the mob called"filthy stration demanding the Dr. Harry Kantor, Latin-
Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the Hillel American imperialism." reinstatement of deposed American Affairs expert, will Dames To MeetMr.
Foundation. U. S. Ambassador Wil junta chairman Maj. Gen. speak on the topic, "The Pana-

liam P. Mahoney told UPI Duong Van Minh, astronger ma Crisis: Political and Econo- .James F.Wershow,lawyer,
the demonstrations were stand against neutral- mic "
UF ParticipatesIn Implications. A questionand
will speak to the agriculture Dames
ism and of students
drafting -
"an unfriendly act by the answer period will follow.
February 13 at 8:00: p.m. in the
to the Viet
Ghana government of a flagrant fight Cong. All students and faculty membersmay
National nature." Military sources said attend. home of Mrs. E.L. Fouts, 323
N.W. 24th Street.
the Communist force estimated -
American officials said at 400 guerrillas Call FR 2-6415 for further Information -
BoutThe
Bridge
that while they took a ser- attacked the village fort- tttttttttiW or a ride.

all-campus Bridge Tourna- ious view of the demon- ress of Hau My in the gAl R, C ASSiFi;El>S

ment will be held this Sunday at strations, they had no plansat Meking Delta from several 4 r Do your laundry
2 p.m. in the Oak Room of the present to warn U. S. directions under cover of 'Rg3uLTS while shop
Florida Union. nationals to remain off the intense fire from machine gET you

i The UF is participating in the streets or take other pre- guns, mortars and recoil- .
l 1964 National Intercollegiate cautions. less rifles.

Bridge Tournament sponsored by .
the Association of College Unions, r .


S February the college 1.22.Traveling trophies participants. will be winningthe given Summer Europe Tour SetA

national titles. All play will

be by mail and conducted on the K
individu al campuses In a single 32-day European holt- ope will be by regularly scheduledday OINIUEEN
nggs session. The hands will be judgedby sponsored by the UF Alumni airline flights. A private motor
William Root and Lawrence Association this summer is open to coach has been chartered in Eur- 704 W. Unfr. Ave.

Is Rosier, contract bridge au- alumni, faculty and student memope and an interpreter-guide will
, thorities. bers, Alvin V. Alscbrook, Assistant accompany the group.
s.ns Those wishing to participatemay Director of Alumni Affairs, Total tour cost of $865 includes

JF'nr sign up in Room 315, Florida announced yesterday. all transportation, hotel accomo-
Union as soon as possible. This second annual alumni tour dations, and most meals during
of Europe is scheduled to leave the 32-day tour. The only meals c4StU

In- Talk On Italy New York's Kennedy International not Included will be luncheons
Airport July 13 and will visit The and dinners in London, Paris and

s. Professor Dan Branch of the Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Rome, said Alsobrook, who will
UF Architecture Department, will Switzerland, Italy, France and, serve as tour director.
give an illustrated lecture tonighton England. The tour is conducted as a ser- Marion FinanceFR

3y the Italian landscape at 8 p.m. Highlighting the trip will be a vice to alumni, associate and student -
Onept in the sUde room of Grove Hall. visit to Stratford-on-Avon during members of the ASSOCiation.the .
The Student Chapter of the 400th anniversary celebration Persons interested in making this
American Institute of Architectsis I of Shakespeare's birth, Alsobrook year's tour should contact Also- 6-5332 Loons up to 5600 222 W. Univ. Ave.

sponsoring this talk. Everyone -' said. brook at the University of Florida
interested may attend. Transportation to and from Eur Alumni Office.
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For the first two days of this week The Alligator has subjected the j

platforms of the two political parties to scrutiny from two different 1 pA 21 yam VARY JAtJ/tA

angles: their weak points, and their sources of strength. 1 1ftt rWWIA c.rr.v
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posals in the two writings, somewhat akin to stann j down the businessend tf
of a double barreled shotgun. ; v\; TWO SIM ILAK. MONEY I TREESS' ;

The first proposal for our consideration, is one of a financial nature. \\l\I. : : '

Both parties have presented plans designed to give the UF student a -

chance to "shop for less" in the local stores. There are, however,
letter
significant differences. v".O T.E. platform reads: "Initiate regularly

scheduled Student Sales Days with cooperation of downtown merchants,

offering discounts on student purchases." While Gator reads: "We 'Harshaw Independents' Is A ShamEDITOR
also support a plan to bring back the special student Discount Programfor

ALL Florida students--."
Our judgment is that the "Discount Program," tried last year with : Mounts--recently (two weeks ago) of leadership initiative for inde-

little success, would be difficult re-sell to the Gainesville merchants. was appointed clerk of the Honor pendents so far, so why believe

The Student Sale Day, currently being initiated has the advantage of "Independents for Harshaw" is Court by the present V.O.T.E. there would be a change. I can't

being a regularly scheduled event, flexible enough to allow a significant a sham. There is no independent administration. Eric Smith is believe that these two young poli-

number of merchants to participate without making long-term commit- who has been on this campus fora serving in the current president's tics would think for a moment that

ments. Unless Gator Party has something more to offer than was year or more who doesn't see cabinet and is a V.O.T.E candi- Independents will vote for an Independent -

offered last year, we doubt that the resurrection of the old plan would through the V.O.T.E. hoax. This date for legislative council. If for that reason alone.

justify scrapping the work that has been done on the new one. type of publicity stunt was used this fits In with the statements They will vote for consistent and

Proposals for the future of the student book exchange are also last year for the last V.O.T.E. such as "Many of our group have diverse, quality leadership it

worth comparing. Gatorplatform: "--and will emphasize the expansiont campaign and was quite unsuc- never been active in politics," out of a frat house or a dorm.

t the student book exchange to effectively compete with local book cessful in precipitating the" so- I'd like to know how they define I am biased as can be, Inde-
called "bandwagon effect. Independents -
si ire variety and volume." V.O.T.E.: "Expand Student Book Sale t.aper o activity in politics. pendent chairman of Gator party,

.. supplies, gym and Physical Education outfits, etc. at bulk discount cannot be duped by They say they feel (or were but the article Monday was an affront -
such tactics. told to feel) that Frank HarshawIs
prices.We to many people and I felt
believe the real advantage of the Student Book Exchange, Is in The two faces pictured on the "one of us" and will repre- obligated to write. I am in the

the bringing together of student buyers and sellers for their mutual front page of the ALLIGATOR sent our interests. What an obvious legislative council now and I know
Monday were those of two lesser
benefit, without assuming any financial responsibilities other thai: the attempt to buy independents.It's what has been going on. Yes, I
transfer of funds. The V.O.T.E. proposal extend the responsibilitiesInto political pawns of the V.O.T.E. an Insult to our intelligence. am biased, biased for the goodof
organization. They are not all
the realm of carrying "store owned" merchandise, with all Us Frank may or may not representour the student body and that is
inherent risks, would Increase the costs and administration problemsmore "working above and apart from Interests, but, his duty, if why I'm supporting Ken and Dick.

than the additional benefits it could provide.We any formal" campaign organi elected, is to serve all students.He .
zation. The lie is obvious. Bob
believe a more realistic approach would be to continue to expandthe hasn't demonstrated one bit Steve Freedman

type of service done by the exchange at the present time, and leave

the risk-bearing activities to the professionals.On Sidelights

a subject that touches the hearts of freshman and sophomore men

we find this: V.O,T.E.: "Step-up efforts for elimination of compulsory

R.O.T.C. upon passage of VOLUNTARY ROTC BILL." GATOR: Bring About A Change
"Register formal student expression concerning compulsory or voluntary :

ROTC to the university administration, state and Congressional v

delegates." By HUGH McARTHURFor by SG that what happened to it didn't affect them and

And lest our ladies feel left out of the political maelstrom, their in this respect It was not important. In the second
presence has given rise to the following two controversial planks. some time I have been testing some theoriesI question there were problems with the termSIGNIFI-

V.O.T.E.: "Support WSA's program to extend women's curfew hours have about student government and students, their CANT, however, over half the people failed to come
and finals." GATOR "The establishment of meaning to each other. I maintain that most students with
Sunday nights during : up any two things they would call significant
special curfew for coeds to take advantage of the extended library care very little about student government, that most and when I mentioned areas like the Lyceum Council

hours before progress, as well as, final examinations; extend Sunday students would be hard put to Identify a couple of and the SG Football Seating Committee most felt

curfew to 12 midnight." consistent or substantial services student government that the Lyceum Council was not SG and that the

Many of the planks of the two platforms, upon close examination performs for them and that most students are, if SG Football Seating Committee was significant only

show a high degree of correlation, and differ only In the method of not overtly hostle toward student government, at in a negative sense. I picked these two areas as

expression. Others differ enough to give rise to questions, whichin least latently disgusted. examples of significance because of the numbers of

turn, should give rise to issues. Now that the rules of the game Whenever convenient I have interviewed students students affected by both. The remainder of the
have been established who did not know me personally, who were not
the rest is left up to the voter. people mentioned a few areas they felt were importantand
So all that is left for us to do is drop the needle into the familiar appointed officials of SG and who have been at the maybe significant but generally expressed the

groove, and crank out the usual plea to compare, decide, and vote. University for more than one year. I paid no attention attitudes that SG was not handling the services com-
to major, sex, or personality. I did pay petently.To .
W. C., N. attention to fraternity affiliation, close friendshipwith
question number three there was an'almost
someone In SG and direct unpleasnat experienceswith
The unanimous no! Reasons
Florida ranged from not knowing
Alligator SG, i.e. an unsuccessful encounter with the
enough about SG to being so generally dissatisfiedand
traffic court, legislative council, etc.
Served by United Press International disinterested in the issue that they wouldn't
conversation different but In
Every was each caseI
Editor................... .. .... ..... .... .... .Walker Lundy would ask, at some point in the discussion, the following of waste these time defending it. Incidently, I asked most

Managing Editor .. ....... ........ ...... .. ... ... ..Bill Fuller three questions, verbatum. 1 Do you think SG people if they had anything good to say about

Assistant Managing Editor.... .. ... .. .. .. .. .. . ... .John Askins SG, as it is, is important? 2 Tell me two signifi- the, and most did. They, for the most part, gave me

Editorial Editor .. ........... ..... .. .... ..... ... Wayne Norfleet cant things, not necessarily in magnitude, SG has impression that though there were some good thingsto
there
Sports Editor ..... .. ..... ..... .... ...... .. .. Dave Berkowltz done for you, directly or indirectly? 3 Have you say these were many more derogatory aspectsand

Wire Editor .. ........ .... .. .. .... .... ... .... Bob Thomas ever defended SG when it was being criticised? I did removed any desire to defend SG.

Feature Editor ........ ..... ...... .... ... ... .. ..Cynthia Tunstall: Now I don't maintain the responses to these ques- unpleasant not use opinions of people who had had direct

Campus Living Editor ...... ... .... .. .. .... judy Lynn Prince tions, or the manner in which they were presentedor nor of experiences with SG, or an agency thereof,
Editorial Assistants....John Hancock, Ernie Lltz, Glenn Laney, framed, would ever stand the test of proper sta- people directly involved with student politicsor
having close
Gall Sobering, Nancy Zimmet Alan Campbell, Betty Wendt, and tistical analysis. However, the results were so To personal friends in SG.
Betsy Garrison.Itteporters..Mike. my mind this survey, if you want to call it that,
overwhelmingly negative toward SG that, In my opinion, leaves lot
a to be desired.
However it does establish
Power, Jim Castollo: Phil Hevener, Joel Gaston, substantiation of charges mentioned at the beginningof with ,
Douglas Molltor, Donlta Mathison, Sally Stock, Kathie Martin, Carol this article were indicated.Out in the more authority than mere supposition, thatSG is,

Nobis, Ann Carter, Joe Kollin, Pam Pulley, Agnes Fowles, Ronald of 400 students Involved the results were of a shame eyes of the student body in general, somewhat
that
Meserve, Bob DeLoach, Fran Snider, Fred Lane, Kathrine Duda, interesting. Due to limited space I will have to around but most, there Is some reason to keep it

Jean Fagot, Judy Teich, Evan Engle, George Mlms, Phil Ceyer, leave out details but you might try the same questionon It. aren't caring enough to worry about

Steve Vaughn, Don Federman, Becky Quinn, Larry Zimmerman, yourself or others and see If the result is similarto I would like to ask
Jackie Cornelius, Pat Hogan, Charner Powell, Patti Pitz, Gary mine.In to the first you another question in addition
three
Do
: you think either of the candidates
Wllltarps, Don Davis, Terry Rogers, and 3ue Haugsted.THE response to question number oneover three this
year can bring new and to SG?
fourths of the people indicated that SG, as It is, is Examine scope emphasis
FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official the candidates
student newspaper of and the parties and If you
more unimportant than important, that the conceptof
Ike University of Florida and Is published five times weekly exceptgwring feel there is some hope then, even If you haven't
SG Is Important but that the way it is run here
voted
the months of May, June, and July, when a weekly issue is pub- in student government elections In the past,
makes it pretty Mickey Mouse to the student body
4 hed. THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is entered as second class matter go to the poles and vote for the man most likely
in general and that they frankly, were so unaffected
,
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By DON FEDERMAN Underscoring this depravity are

England In the late 17th centurywas numerous scenes of intense lust. a.w. r
characterized by such Throughout the entire film, men
depravity as to make men numbso and women alike are seen to have
great were the Incidences of the most insatiable sexual appetites

drinking, lust, and amusement and base manners, say
bordering on atrocities. for the pure Sophie. Though these
Henry Fielding, in his comic scenes are side-splitting, it is
masterpiece, "Tom Jones," because of the characters' responses 5
created a spicy satire on the con- to the situations involved.
ventions of this time. Tony Rich- These people still do not escape
ardson and John Osborne have the disease of themselves. Of
taken this great novel and have course, to be morally Indignant
I created a most incredibly funny about these people Is asinine, but _
, (though bittersweet at times)cine- to see them in a purely slapstick
, ma version of the novel. light is to miss.the sharp stingof
{ For total enjoyment, one shouldsee satire, foif the movie hasa
this movie at two levels; kind of free -1. r-all quality to it,

that is, the movie is not onlyto it is nonetheless biting.
be ser.S a magnificent state- Also In "Tom Jones," we havean .

ment c44 a sDclety 275 years ago, amalgam of theatrical devices -, : i q -. 1 $
but the makl ig of It is an afCirna- old and new. The birth of Tom (
Jones is done in the fashion of ..t"'. ,' '" : "'... .. .iJf .' :-;..-.. ".,.i' -.
tion of me sheer Joy of Mv.ng,
as essenced by the freedom from a silent movie, complete with
methods and the diversity of technique titles. The scenes in London SATIRE ON CONVENTIONS OF OLDE ENGLAND I
very much resemble a Truffaut
In "Tom throughout Jones the,"director film. Rich- movie in that the whole frame of .i is presented in "Tom Jones" being shown at the State Theatre.

'. ardson has placed tremendous em- the film Is filled with action such

e pha&is:; on the debauchery of the the foreground subject of Tom is "Who cares?" Is this not the little touch which makes one rea- mortal." Flnney is some kind
't times such that the humor often diffused throughout the entire finest tribute one can pay to a lize what an astounding era this of a mortal. Funny.-fluld--perfection -
t takes on an almost savage quah- frame. In many of lovemaking comedy, or for that reason, any was. And, of course, there is ..these words don't beginto
. ty. In one scene, the stag hunt, scenes, the narrator will announce movie? It might be noted that a beautiful ribald quality to the describe his performance.
' Richardson takes great pains to that there is no further need to Richardson is successful In almost dialogue In general. Behind Finney Is a fine sup-
'. show how disgustingly funny the continue the scene because of the eveything he does in this Finally there Is the acting,whichin porting cast headed by Susannah
d men become as they drink themselves obviousness of the actions to come, movie. a word can be termed superb. York as Sophie and Hugh Griffithas
,t into a near stupor. Then or a person will put their hat her father.
Albert Finney as Tom Jones
tech-
Richardson is a master of
I. through a series of shots, alter- In front of the camera lens. Manya likewise Osborne has will walk away with nearly every I think It pretty obvious that this
will addressthe niques; ,
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n ing acting award their is. There is
" fashioned ad e 11 i g h U u 11 y earthy
hu :men and the stag, the situa- audience. about all script to go along with the animated a line In the movie which goes don't usually say this, but this
- ."n becomes frightening, until fit The wonderful thing of the film. Of something to the effect of, one Is a MUSTI11'" You will be
work vigor
nally we see an "obnoxiously" these Ideas Is that when they particular interest is the narrator.His "Though Tom Is our hero, he an Idiot if you miss It. It's
triumphant Squire Western bolding we are impressed, and when theydon't funny, real..lt'a TOM JONES.
ourselves good sense and wit lathe is not divine. Alas, he Is quite
saying
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By GLENN LANEY tors have compiled a 9-5 record.

... ..... ,.,..... This is ahead of the pace for any
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The Florida Gators are on their this point of the season fora

ALLIGATOR way to what appears to be their Sloan coached Florida team was
best season under head basket- 8-6 in the '60-61 season and the

Of CourtBIRMINGHAM ball coach Norm Sloan. '62-63 season.
Out
This season's Gators are also
Since Sloan has taken over the
reigns of the former doormat of one of the highest scoring crews

SPORTS the Southeastern Conference(SEC) seen in Florida Gym In quite a

Ala. (UP!) -Alabama he has compiled a 48-41 won, long time. Twice they have scored
coach Paul Bryant and the loss record. lie took a last place over 100 points in one game. Theyhit

Curtis Publishing Co. yesterday team in 1960 and skyrocketed themto the century mark against Tam

agreed to settle his $10 million .: Page 7 Wed. Feb.5,1964 the dizzying heights of fourth pa (108)) and against Miami (114).
.... .. place in the SEC. The only other time they have
libel suit out of court for$300,000. "' ';
6 :.:.. .rt :: ., : ; : '11 After 14 games this year the Ga- scored 100 points twice in one
season was during the'58-59 sea-
Bryant's attorneys said they son when they turned the trick
agreed to the settlement becausethe SEC ShowdownAs
Scoring against Erskine (107) and against
famous Alabama football coach
Mississippi (102). However, they _
vindicated trial of
was during for-
had to wait until their twentieth
mer Georgia coach Wally Butts, game before hitting the century

suit against Curtis. Nash Kessinger DuelATLANTA season.mark for the second time that


The publishing company said it Sloan is slowly but surely Instilling -
settled because "we haveevldence in the Gator basketball
that it would be Impossible tr get (UPI) The two top Kessinger is a close second at but he stayed in the No. 5 spot the pride and prestige
shooters in the Southeastern Conference with a 19.4 average., program
an impartial jury" in Birminghamand 25.3.That's of a winning team. lie seems to
will stage their final show- just about how It's been Tulane's Dale Gott, recently returned -
that "the Curtis
PublishingCo. be basketballs "King Midas" as
down Saturday night. throughout their collegiatecareers. from the Injury list, is
did not get a fair trial In everything he touches turns to
That's when the 3rd ranked Nash outscored Kessin- sixth at 18.4 followed closely by
the Butts case in Atlanta. gold.
league leading Kentucky Wild- ger 22-21 their sophomore meet- Georgia's Jimmy Pitts and Ten-
The case Involved a Saturday Sloan's first coaching job was
cats will be host to the Missis- ing and went on to win the SEC nessee's A.W. Davis at 18.2 each
Evening Post story alleging that at the Citadel. In 1956 he took
sippi Rebels and when Cotton Nash scoring title 23.8 while Kessinger and Florida's Brooks Henderson at
Butts gave Georgia team secretsto over a team that had won only
and Donnie Kessinger cross paths finished fourth 21.4. Last year,
Alabama before their 1962 game. 18.1.Danny two games the previous year. His
for the last had the hand
time in their three- Kessinger upper Schultz of Tennessee
Butts won a jury award of$3,060000. team finished with a 11-14 record.
year scoring duel. 27-22, and finished ahead of Nashin completes the top 10 with his
The Atlanta federal judge For this he was awarded the South-
The stage has been appropri- the scoring race 21.8 to 20.6. 17.7 average.
gave him the choice of taking ern Conference coach of the year
ately set. Nash, Kentucky's All- Nash, who now must average Team leaders not in the top
$460,000 or going through a new award. The next three years at
America candidate, leads the SEC 32 points per game over a seven- 10 are Lee DeFore of Auburn at
trial. Both Butts and the magazinehave the Citadel saw Sloan led teams
in scoring with a 26.9 average. game span to break the SEC recordin 16.8, Doug Hutton of MississippiState
appealed. compile a 46-24 overall record
regular season play, tallied 33 at 16.5, R.D. Craddockof
before their head mentor
1 night against Georgia when Tech at 13.7 and Bob young
------------ Monday Georgia
took leave of them for the sun-
the Wildcats gave Adolph Rupp his Andrews of Alabama at 13.5.
nier climes of Florida and the
UF Not Plalooning 700th victory. It was the seventh No games were scheduled in SEC.

time this season that Nash has been the SEC for last night or are

over the 30 mark.Kessinger scheduled for tonight and the lone

Until Rule ClarifiedMany who has averaged Thursday night action has Georgiahost Sloan's ultimate goal Is an SEC

31.5 over his last four games, to Clemson In a non-league championship. With the defeat at

has been gradually closing in on game. Friday night LJS.U. will the hands of Kentucky Monday night
fans have assumed that two platoon football has returned Nash as well as the all-time Mis- be at Georgia Tech and Tulane at this year's hopes dimmed decidedly. -

to the UF with the passage of the new substitutionrule sissippi scoring record. Vanderbilt and there's afulllntra- Next year, however, may be a
but Head coach Ray Graves and his staff have run Intoa Dick Maile of Louisiana State, league slate set Saturday night. different story.

rules Interpretation problem.The still a contender with his 22- 4
rule states that if the clock is not running, a team even average, has two tough tests

may substitute 11 men, or as many as it desires. this week as the Bengals visit
The question that arises is what happens if a team has Georgia Tech Friday night and

already taken its four legal time outs and needs to get another Vanderbilt Saturday. Close on

unit in the game. Is It possible to take an extra time out, suf- Malle's heels, at 20.9, is

fering a loss of five yards by penalty and get the other unit Kentucky's Ted Deeken who scored

into the game? 29 points against Georgia.
If this can be done then the UF is on the road to two platoon Clyde Lee of Vanderbilt remains -

football once again. U a team is penalized the five yards the only sophomore and the

and not allowed to bring in a different unit then the UF will biggest, 6-foot-9, player on the

not use the two platoon system. SEC's top 10 scoring list. Lee
Until Graves is able to get a clarification on this ruling, scored only 15 points in a part- sound advice

he will coach the Gators on the assumption they will be playing time performance in Vandy's Mon-

both offense and defense. -- day night rout 111-73 of Alabama on buying yourqduztJd



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.Student Charged For

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Drinking In' Public' NwIINNI NC



A drinking with false identification City Judge Wade 11 a mpton dis-
charge against a UF studentis missed a $15 fine against Brittenfor
now being reviewed by the the drinking on a public street

Faculty Discipline i Committee charge.
which should issue a decision But he added, Britten could be
Friday. charged with possession of false
Identification, and that state bever-
The committee is reviewing the age agents were pressing for the
case of John Willard Britten,3JM, law's use against minors.
1834-A N.W. 1st Ave., who was TL
Britten was the first to be tried
arrested 10 days ago on 13th St. under the city ordinance passed k
for carrying an open can of beeron last October right after the wet- 1 ar

a public street.At dry referendum.
the time of his arrest,Britten, Because of Wade's action, city
who is two weeks short of being police may not charge other public _
21, was carrying a false Georgia drinkers with the same charge
driver's llscense and draft card. because it is "toothless."



A L Speech Starts Heart DriveDr. _


William J. Taylor, head of the department of cardiology at the -iij.

Medical Center and Associate Professor of medicine, gave the keynote .
-
address at the annual kickoff dinner at the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity

house for the Heart Fund Drive last Tuesday night.Dr. DISCUSSING PROBLEMS WITH NEWSMEN
Taylor explained that the money raised in the Drive, In the entire
month of February, will be used to further heart research. .after the opening of the one week workshop on Teratology at the UF Monday are

William Cross, County' Heart Fund President, Introduced the County Dr. Frances Kelsey, left, and Dr. Lowell T. Coggeshall, chairman of the Commissionon
Heart Fund Council, and emphasized the importance of the Heart
Fund Drive. Drug Safety.




CAMPUS INTERVIEWSFEBRUARY Kelsey Speaks HereDr.


18, 1964

Frances 0. Kelsey of the Our suspicions about thalidomide is proposed for human use."
were based on lack of infor-
Food and Administration
Drug Dr. Kelsey pointed out that the
mation, rather than any positive
credited with the sale
preventing
laws Introduced the
by
new drug ,
ENGINEERINGSCIENCES of thalidomide in the U.S., is here evidence of their harmful and
late Sen. Est e s Kefauve
for the first annual workshop la potential, Dr. Kelsey said. after the thalidomide mal-
passed
teratology.She "I believe more of the people
formations came to light in 1962,
is one of 75 scientists participating who are involved In drug develop-
require that more thorough studies
in the workshop,studying ment should be familiar with teratology -
with experimental animals be reported -
methods of testing drugs for their so that positive informationcan
to the
Food and Drug Admin-
effect on unborn children.! be supplied before any drug
istration before any human use
-- -
may be approved.Dr. .
ALL DEGREE LEVELS
Lowell T.Coggeshall,chairman -
.
of the Commission on Dl ug

A 'Safety, who opened the conference,

ELECTRONICS said he hoped potential investigators -
in the drug field would
MECHANICAL not be discouraged by the new regulations

INDUSTRIAL but would accept the
challenge to help develop more and
ENGINEERING PHYSICS
better
BOOTS medications.

.MATHEMATICS "If many take the attitude that

*.STATISTICS such research is too much trouble

under the new regulations, we may
lose a future Jonas Salk or John
Enders," Dr. Coggeshall said.
RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENTCOMPUTER "They should approach the Food

HATS : Aru )rug Administration in a spirit

of cooperation, rather than seeingthe
agency as a hindrance to their
work."
Y
TECHNOLOGY He cited the development of polio

Hardware Design vaccine as an example of howper-
severance on the part of medical
Software ResearchCOMMUNICATIONS '
SHIRTS scientists resulted in great bene-
I fits to mankind.
"In 1951, there were 50,000
cases of paralytic polio in this
country. Last year there were
SYSTEMS P about 500. This was a tremen-
Propagation Research dous laboratory effort -- and at

i Complex Design one point there were some risks
involved in giving the vaccine to
humans.

"But, if we had waited until all

Engineers, Mathematicians and Physicists the questions were answered,thou-

should contact their COLLEGE PLACEMENT snads more would have been crip-
pled by the disease," Dr.
OFFICER for an appointment with an NSA ftWO.( [] Coggeshall said.

representative. No test required. Dr. Coggeshall said that all the
risk is not borne by rr-.Heal men
alone. He appealed ':> the publicto
NATIONALSECURITY be more cautious about the use
of drugs.
"If a person uses a drug that
Gainesville has been sitting in his medicine

cabinet for two or three years, he
Stockman is taking on a risk that was not
AGENCYWashington intended when the drug was

originally sold. In the same way,
Supply Co. the individual must not use a drug

prescribed for another, or he is
"
D.C. area At the Gainesville Livestock Market assuming a risk that the drug

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