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Students Go To Polls Today :




All quiet on the political and Frank Harshaw of V.O.T.E' Kennedy has called for a better area, efforts to work: with legislators form some of these programs still
front f(,. the first time in weeks. Party are the gladiators. They will understanding of student govern. toward making ROTC voluntary exist,.
UP students go to the polls todayto wring th.air hands together, sweat ment t-y the UF populace. an easing 0 f social In accepting the nomination of
decide the winner of a three- and fidget equally until the polls Both platforms contain a long restrictions on females and bus Gator Party, Kennedy said, "ThisIs
week war of promises, accusa- close at 6 p.m.Harshaw list of promises to "JoeCollege.": service to classes. a wonderful opportunity to make
tions, qualifications and debates. has stressed qualifications Among the similar planks are a L Both Kennedy and Harshaw said contribution."
Ken Kennedy of Gator Party of candidates in his campaign. survey of the campus parkinglar : drawing up their platforms was V.O.T.E. Party's lIarshaw said
an "exhaustive effort." Both said "We must advance -- to serve
student opinion influenced many of more students and serve them
their planks. more effectively," in accepting his
The Florida
Kennedy said new programs In nomination.
his platform do not Include an Today the students decide which
Increase in spending. The Gator man can best serve them effectively -
party will modify and streamline and make a contribution --
"wasteful" programs now In existence 24-year-old Harshaw, an engineering -
to pay for the new projects, student, or 29-year-old
AlligatorVol.56 he said. Kennedy, a law student. Kennedyis
single and Harshaw is married.
Harshaw said these programsare The V.O.T.E. candidate is vice-

No.90 University of Floridt'l,Gainesville ThursdayFebruary 6,1964 "things which have been triedto president of the student body and
some degree in the past year and the Gator candidate is a Graham
were successful." lie said funds Area resident advisor.


1 Gator Cited;



> teI V.O.T.E TabledA



charge against V.O.T.E. Party Gator Party officials charged
for "misrepresentation of fact and V.O.T.E. Party with the attemptand
conduct unbecoming a Florida presented in evidence a sworn
I student" was held for further avadavlt by Mrs.Ron Arkell ownerof
? Investigation and Gator Party was the shop where part of Gator
held responsible for a charge of Party's "poop" was being printed.
"gross misrepresentation of fact" Mrs. Arkell testified in an after-
in a six -hour -long student noon session of the board that
: I VoTE elections board meeting last night. 'she had identified( the car by the
Gator Party was found two persons as belonging to V.O.
responsible for a procedural Irregularity T.E. Party chairman John Rltch.
In violation of the elec- Hitch denied the charge and said
k : !{ tion laws. his car had been In the possessionof
The charge against Gator Party Bill Key, a fraternity pledge,
concerned the submitting of two during the time of the Incident
: letters to The Florida Alligator Saturday afternoon.
which sharply criticized membersof Key testified he used the car to
V.O.T.E. Party. Jim Hickman go buy some materials for making
was charged with copying the signs for the party and had not
letters, which he said was writtenby gone near the Arkell shop.
another person. The board's decision was:
:
The board's ruled,however,that "The board is prejudiced
three persons named In the com- towards the possibility that V.O.T.

"What's' that real cute one's name again?" plaint filed by V.O.T.E. Par v. E. Party may be responsible for
were not Individually respons. this violation but is holding the
-
for Hickland's letters. The three charge for further investigation,"
were Bob Wilson, Gator Party said Paul Hendrick speaking for
I LBJ Wins Close Tax Fight chairman, Danny O'Connell, cam- the board.
paign manager for Presidential The two individuals who came to
candidate Ken Kennedy, and John the shop asking for the picture were
WASHINGTON (UPI) -- President help hold down the deficit in his proposals."We Hancock, party treasurer."As refused because they did not havea
Johnson won another eyelash new budget. might just end up repeal- a member of the student written release from Tom East-
victory for his tax bill Wednesdaywhen The Senate defeated It, 48-45, Ing all $10 bllJ Ivl. of excise taxes body," Herb Blessing, chancellor wood, a Gator Party member,
the Senate killed a Repub- thanks in part to a last-minute and kill the bill, he said. of the honor court, said, "I will testimony brought out.
lican attempt to abolish the 10 switch in votes by Democratic Long said the House Ways and prefer charges against Jim Hick- The pair left and then returnedfive
per cent federal excise tax on Sens. Clair Engle, Calif., and Means Committee planned to begin land to the election board for a minutes later with a note sup-
luggage, jewelry, furs and cos- Vance Hartke, Ind. a ,study in May of the entire procedural Irregularity of gross posed to be from Eastwood, Mrs.
metics. As the $11.6 billion taxcuttingbill excise tax structure.Smokes misrepresentation of fact to the Arkell said. She said she realizedthe
The GOP amendment would have sped toward passage,possibly student body." handwriting was not Eastwood'sand
cost the Treasury another $445 Thursday, administration forces Safe? Hickland told the board he copiedthe one of the pair called a phone
million in tax revenues, money also beat down an effort to broaden letters but that they did con- number, telling Mi.. Arkell that
that Johnson is counting on to tax relief for low and middle- Work SlatedWASHINGTON tain some of his own ideas. Eastwood had Mi there.
Income families. The amendment Student Body President Paul She called Eastwood and he told
offered by Sen. Paul H. Douglas, Hendrick said after the room was her not to give the two the picture -
Stolen FratTrophies D-I11., to increase the minimum (UPI!) A House cleared of spectators and partici- she testified.
standard deduction for individual griculture subcommittee recom- pants that he believed Hickland had When she told the pair Eastwood
taxpayers, lost out 71-23. mended unanimously yesterday a lied about the letters and that he was coming down to the shop,
BackTrophies Sen. ThrustonB. Morton, R-Ky., multi-million dollar federal research believed Hickman had written the they Immediately rushed out to
in behalf of ailing Senate GOP program on how to make letters himself. their car and sped away, accord-
Leader Everett M. Dirksen, 111., cigarettes safe. The charge against V.O.T.E. Ing to Mrs. Arkell's testimony.Mrs. .
stolen from four UF sponsored the excise tax amend- concerned an incident at Arkell Arkell said she wrote down
fraternity houses were returned ment. He said the levies were The crash research programwas Printing Shop Saturday when unknown the license number of the car as
imposed in 1941 to discourage war it was leaving and Gator
yesterday afternoon to Dean Frank supported both by public health persons tired unsuc- Party
Adams' office. time luxury buying, but that they authorities and tobacco state lea- cessfully to obtain a picture of member Martin Edwards testified
The trophies were taken duringthe unfairly depress business today. ders during public hearings last Gator Party presidential candidateKen they later found the numbers cor-
first week in January by five But Sen. Russell Long, D-La., month. It was Introduced after a Kennedy. responded to the number of Rltch's
for the tax bill health car except for one number which
TEP pledges from the Universityof floor manager government report citing the No
Tampa. predicted that passage of the Mor- dangers of cigarette usage. SupportThe Mrs. Arkell had not been sure
The four UF houses involved ton-Di rksen amendment t would "We need to clear up many : AIIE, ASAE, ASCE about.
were Theta Chi, Phi Kappa Tau, lead the way to a flood of slmi- things," said I Rep. Harold D. wish to officially go on record She later positively identifiedthe
Phi Gamma Delta, and Alpha Ep- Cooley, D-N. C., sponsor of the that we do NOT supportor car as Rltch's.
silon PI.Among. Party TonightThe proposal andchairmanof House sponsor any candidate in Members of the board are Paul
the trophies taken was Agriculture Committee. the forthcoming elections, Hendrick, student body president;
the President's Intramural Trophyand Alligator will sponsor ai "Research will do it. We are contrary to many leaflets Joe Marrinelli, Florida Union
several honorary plaques.The election party in Bryan Lounge at going to see to it that people which have been distributedin board chairman; Liz Allen, Mortar
pledges brought about their the Florida Union tonight fro m: who enjoy smoking have maximum the name of the Benton Board president, Charley Wells,
own down-fall because they were 7 to 11. assurances of health." Engineering Council upon Blue K t y president; and Herb
so proud of their act. Election results will be postedon Cooley said he does not challenge which we represent 65 percent Blessing Chancellor of the Honor
They took pictures of themselvesIn boards in the lounge and WRIT ''Statistics" in the recent of the students enrolledin Court.
the act of stealing the trophiesand will broadcast live from 7 to 9. Public Health Service report, the College of Engineering. One additional charge against
while they were showing them Actual counting of the votes will "Smoking and He:!th," on whicha This statement was Issued each party was tabled while several
around the cafeteria at Tampa U., be done in the Honor Court office PHS advisory panel based its jointly by officials of other charges against each party
the president of the I.F.C.happened and relayed via portable radio to conclusion that cigarette smoking the above mentioned organizations. were conceded. Minor fines were
to see them. the lounge. can cause lung cancer. : assessed in the cases.



Page 2 The Florida Alligator ThursdayFebruary 6,1964

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I Hate U.S. Campaign fanned I


-

also accused recently escaped assassination
News
Evening ,
ACCRA, Ghana(UPI)-A govern trucks toured the city Tuesday against the shaky fabrics of "American imperialists and their the third known attempt on his

ment party newspaper Wednesday denouncing "American Im- capitalism."The lackeys" of spreading life In recent years.
fanned the .ite America" cam- periallsts" and urging the peopleto CIA agents and their peace clique of Nkrumah Tuesday -

paign by linking U.s. officials to march on the embassy. corps subversions failed with gun wild rumors about U.s. Ambassador William p.

assassination attempts against Wednesday the official party and bullets. Now they foment night. Mahoney lodged an official protest

President Kwame Nkrumah. newspaper Ghanaian Times sin- treacherous rumors to create Loud speaker trucks which against the demonstrations with

More Ghanaians staged protest gled out the Central Intelligence alarm and panic and to confuse Ghanaians to march on the Foreign Minister Kojo Botsio.
Agency (CIA) and the Peace CorpsIn egged
marches outside the U.s.Embassy and divide the people. Tuesday, also chargedthat
embassy
Wednesday. a vitriolic editorial headlined: The editorial raised doubt about
"American Imperialists"were The United States has pledged
Police surrounded the embassyand "Damn the Yankees. the future of 150 Peace Corps that
rumors million in
spreading about $170 grants and
the demonstrations were small "The Yankee gun-running act personnel In Ghana. American
Nkrumah had been arrested. loans to Ghana since the
countrywas
and brief In comparison with Tues- has come to Ghana, the news- officials were concerned about the
paper said. "Dopes and drunks who granted independence by Bri-
day when several hundred wave of anti-Americanism but said
Nkrumah, who Just won a 99 tain In 1957. Ghana also has received
Ghanaians pulled down the U.S. run the murder Incorporated called they had no immediate plans to -
eft approval In a referendum substantial aid from the
flag and threatened to storm the the CIA are after the blood of warn the U.s. community to take per state
to make Ghana a one-party Soviet bloc.
Osagyefo redemer Nkhruman because -
building.The any special precautions.
demonstrations, which he is the biggest thorn In Nkrumah referred to malicious ,.
brought a strong protest from their neocolonialist ambitions, rumors "fomented by evil men -

Washington, were instigated by because he Is forging the path of and neo-colonialist agents amongstus"

Nkrumah's ruling Convention socialism, nay, Nkrumah social- In a nationwide speech Monday

People's Party (CPP). Party ism which will carry all Africa night. The government newspaper




Mrs. Oswald Reviews Husband's





Attitude Toward America, JFK




WASHINGTON (UPI) Mrs. Lee peared for the third straight day During her three days of tes-

Harvey Oswald, speaking In her before the commission, headed by timony Mrs. Oswald has told the

native Russian, Wednesday recounted Chief Justice Earl Warren. The group nothing It did not already

for a presidential com- commission Is charged with gettingthe known in substance, Warren said,
mission the details of her hus- whole story of Kennedy's but has furnished considerable de-

band's attitude toward the United assassination last Nov. 22. tail. All of her statements have

States, which he once renounced, Warren said the seven-man, been "consistent with her earlier

and toward President Kennedy, blue-ribbon group hoped to finish stories," he said.
whom he is alleged to have killed. with Mrs. Oswald's testimony

The slight, blonde woman ap- today. Warren said the 22yearoldwoman

Russian who because has been her testifying English Is In LAST DAY TO SEE YOUR


U.S. Airlifts American Women halting, Wednesday gave"con-
,r slderable elabQration" on how her

husband felt about his native HERF JONES CLASS RING

country and his alleged victim.

Children Off
CyprusNICOSIA Oswald met and married his

wife, Marina, during period when REPRESENTATIVE AT THE

he had renounced the United States
Cyprus (UPI) The be reaching the flash point.
and had to live in the Soviet
gone
United States air-lifted most The first of five chartered airliners -
Union. He failed to meet the CAMPUS
SHOP
American women and children off carrying American women
formal requirements of citizenship
this tense Island republic Wed- and children to safety In Beirut,
renunciation, however, and event-
nesday and hatred between the Lebanon, left here early Wednes-
ually changed his mind, got his
Greek and Turkish communities day.There passport back and returned to this
boiled dangerously close to a full- are about 1,700Ameri- & BOOK STORE
country. He lived in New Orleans,
fledged civil war. cans on the island, and more than
La., and Ft. Worth, Tex., before
The U.S. ambassador, standing 800 were aboard the flights.
moving to Dallas.
firm In his bomb-shattered .

embassy, threatened to call out

the Marines to protect remaining

American citizens against what lr's

he called "an organized cam- 1 .

paign against us."
New violence flared In the inter- ,jba
communal dispute, and longseething The Little Fashion Center Just Off Campus \ oct
.
bitterness appeared to 1Fo


Players Tickets ib4f5C W



AvailableDistribution


of tickets for "The Formal & After 5 Dresses t
House of Bernarda Alba," which
opens one week from tonight in Reg. 22.98-49.98

Norman Hall, started yesterdayin '<'.' Now 12.00-25.00 "
the Information Booth across

from the Hub. The booth will

be open weekdays from I to 5 In I

the afternoon, Feb. 5 thru 12. DRESSES
Reservations may be made by call-
ing ext. 2671, on campus. Reg. 11.93-14.93 Your Choice 6.00
V '
Each student Is entitled to one 17.98-22.98 10.00

free ticket upon presentation of ID
24.98-29.98 12.00 ) J
card. The charge for nonstudentsis
55 cents for high school stu- 35.00-39.98 15.00 "
!
dents and 80 cents for general
admission. Skirts, Slacks, Sweaters, Blouses and Cocktail CoordinatesAll /1


PhilosophersMeet Red-ced 1/2 Price and Less + V \ '


For TalkThe


Philosophy Club will meeton

Friday at 8 p.m. In Anderson
0
104, where Dr. Richard Wlsanwill I SPECIALTY SHOP \'

give a talk entitled "The Historyand 311 ;
N.W. 13th
.s ST.
Ontology of Poetry.
The public Is invited. Dr.Wisan Ph. FR 2-1581 / ;

is an Instructor In the humantles : 1 J
.'9
and philosophy departments.
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ThursdayFebruary 6, 1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3





I Mayor Blocks School Integration 1 1I




NOSTASUT--A, Ala. (UPI) A troopers, presented President frightened young Negroes.Six The governor made his own The six young Negroes sat in t
I small town nuyor, standing in the Johnson with his first school desegregation other Negro students were schoolhouse door stand last year In stony silence staring straight 4
schoolhouse door and backed by : risls yesterday by admitted to a previously segre- an attempt to block the desegre- ahead while the wild scene
Gov. George C. Wallace's state refusing_.admission to__six gated school In nearby Shorter gation of the University of unfolded.An .
---- I without violence, although about Alabama. He quickly backed down, explosion, which sounded like
half of the white student body however, when the late President a loud rifle shot or firecracker,
John F. Kennedy federalized the caused them to Jump with fright
A SPECIAL EVERY DAY stayed The home.state troopers, dressed in Alabama National Guard and gave momentarily, but they quickly regained -
the Guard orders to enforce the their composure and again
yellow slikers to protect them
court-ordered desegregation.The sat silent. Officials later said
from the drizzling rain, remainedon
AT TOWNHOUSE the noise was caused by one ofMeritt's
the
sidelines during the Notasulga violence erupted
Notasulga confrontation, but local when a bus carrying the six high cameras as it shattered
against the side of the bus.
police clubbed a white photo- school age Negroes rolled up to
Merritt, badly shaken but not
grapher into submission and about
the entrance of the school that
Each One Different, Each One a Complete Meal 50 Jeering, cane-wielding whites serves both grade and high school seriously hurt, tried to run after
At Prices That Help Your Appetite roughed up newsmen. students in the farm community. he was dragged from the bus,
but a sharp command from an
Gov Wallace remained at the Local police, tipped ahead of officer stopped him short in his
state Capitol In Montgomery duringthe time that a white photographerwas tracks.
showdown and later contended on the bus, leaped aboard and
Townhouse Restaurant Mayor James Rea's stand In the began flailing away with clubs. While the local police were
schoolhouse door was community The photographer, later Identi- tussling with Merritt, several of
:2204 S.W. 13th St. 376-9904 affair. fied as Vernon Merritt HI, 23, the white hecklers turned on other
complete "Local authorities should be an employee of the Black Star newsmen covering the showdown.One .
carry-out service allowed to handle local affairs," Agency of Birmingham, was drag- white man made three lungesat
said Wallace. He refused further ged from the bus kicking and a United Press International

-_... comment. screaming. photographer, trying to knock his
camera out of his hand.


Sale StartsFRIDAY

,
A NANAIJER Study HelpIs



a a ram rn E V 1ue We t Offered


Feb. 7th

Help Is available for students
who find themselves floundering
in the waters of academic diffi

18"x30Scatter ALL ALUMINUM culties.

Cooking at its Best! Sigma Where?Tau Sigma, the Student
RUGS
CLOTHESp Society, (STS) Is a non-
rofit organization devoted to the
ALL .:FOAM DRYER ideal( of helping students with aca-
demic problems.


Membership in the group is com
67c $119 1
Back posed of students who have attaineda

3.5 or better average. Each
y.X member has volunteered his ser-
vices as a tutor for any student
who may be having difficulty witha
course.
With more than 45 tutors avail-
able, STS is able to provide personal -
attention and help to nearlyany
student requesting its
services. The STS also offers its
services for those courses at the
UP for which no departmentaltutors
are available.

OFAITn .. ..vJ..q1 .
: : Last
semester more than 80
students were helped by the societyand
EJ4J 75 per cent of these passed

CAST aLUM1 OOOKWARE the being courses helped.for which they were

The Student Society a1so&n!lated
a unique help session for architecture -
: m a JO r having difficulty
7-PIECE with the required course inphyslcs.It .
$888 was termed a success by both
SET
students and faculty.

I
_
I Students unable I to afford a
I 8 8 8 i3 private tutor, and in need of help,
2Qt. Sauce Pan with glass lid are urged to apply at the STS's
office in room 203 of the Florida
3-Qt. Sauce Pan with glass lid Union.
109 Piece I "Quality"WRENCH ;> "I
5Qt. Dutch Oven with glass' lid France Selling

10'/" Skillet/ (Dutch Oven LW Fits) & TOOL SET

Poland Cereal
Complete outfit for mechanical
No-mar hammered design 'aluminum extra thick rtpjlril Included art locket

waifs 25 year guarantee! Heatproof "see thru wrincJiei, with deep spark plug! $ 19 99 1 PARIS (UPI!) France agreed
socket tacljaw and 'r Igniiiort, Wednesday to sell up to 600,000
glass covers" and hi-temp plastic handles. Use ver" sets, slip joint plierj, and rruny I tones of cereals 1 annually to

lithe water saves valuable food vitamins. other j pr.e.d I Even o f""< '-dch c Communist Poland.
'it Included. The agreement was signed by
As Pictured I France Finance Minister Valery
(3: Is card d' Estalng and Polish
J Minister of Foreign Trade Witold

C. MURPHY CCt Trampczynskl.
> It provided that in 1965, 1966
and 1967 France will sell Poland

10 N.W, 6th St. Central Plaza Shopping Center 400,000 tons of wheat, barley and
I maize annually, Including at least
250,000! tons of milling wheat.



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Page 4 The Florida Alligator ThursdayFebruary 6,1964 : : ?: '. ,:- ,- :.,._ .

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Sweep Up The Trash"I :' i/ //TUbENrLVOTE IhFN4 r ----


hate see that time of the year come around again -- now they'll r !(, yon

have lvo campus covered with that trash for the next two weeks."

The foregoing observation was made by one of the plants and grounds d siB

employees on campus, whose only Interest In campus politics is the rY

responsibility for cleaning up the mounds of political poop that are

the Inevitable footprints of a UF political campaign.And .

so It has been for the past few weeks.

Thousands of leaflets have been printed extolling the qualifications

of the political hopefuls. Hundreds of man hours have been InvestedIn

putting these Into the hands of the students, sometimes only to

remain for the brief span of the few seconds it takes to file them .- I- o$ rVi/1/ ( z\ ( FTH

Into the nearest wastebasket. Huge banners have appeared (and : (k'' "

sometimes mysteriously disappeared) In the middle of the night,

containing names that, a few weeks ago may have been relatively tI -
.
obscure, but today are recognized by all but the most myopic recluse.

And the myriads of pictures have rendered the faces so familiar

that one should expect to be able to recognize either of the major

hopefuls upon passing within a hundred feet of him on a busy New "

York street. ; i : :' "' '
-. _. _. ,}.-\I\II
And so today we vote. ..I. --:-- .:,:.t:
Hundreds of hands will move with certainty to particular levers, (. EASTUN ,w ..if t f ,
L
guided by a confident decision made In advance.

But many more will hover uncertainly between the two, reflecting Clerk's Corner

the hesitancy of a mind still vacillating on the threshold of a last -

minute decision, and the key to the mental command that triggers that Jurists Are Qualified

decision Is the one for which the candidates, today, are searching

For the one who can find it consistently enough, and who has the

proper foundation of committed votes upon which to build, may step

through the open door to the responsibility of Student Government.Yes By BOB MOUNTS really are conducted In an atmosphere client is, "Would you rather seea

It IS a responsibility, and Student Government IS a realm of Honor Court Clerk of fairness and justice, guilty man go free than convictone

Interest worthwhile for the attention of the student body--at least using sound techniques of legal Innocent man?" This Illustrates -

thousands of people turning out to vote today think so. It will be even This past weekend the Honor procedure Inherent in the American a basic attitude in our

more worthwhile if a significant number of students take the time to Court tried another student for judicial system. legal history.

express their choice. cheating. He was acquitted. His

And YOURS, uncertain though it may be, will help make It something guilt or Innocence Is not ImportantIn '
more than another time for the Janitors to come along and sweep uf the context of this article but These are only few of the basic On the other hand the prosecu-

the trash. American legal principles that are tion Is sure to want an affirma-
W. C. N. rather it was the reaction of Jurors
practiced by Honor Court counselIn tive to the question "Do
and to trial answer ,
prospective jurors our
CooperateWhereas every trial. No student can you believe that uniform standard

procedure. appreciate the values of the Honor should be enforced upon all stu-

System without taking this into
dents regardless whether they are
a cooperative social organization depends mainly upon
Even the brief contact with our account.In .
words "cooperative" and "organization and whereas, handicapped or have been sick, or
the two : ; staff In the Voir Dire examination, "
be defined as a cooperative social organizationwith offer some other mitigation?
the UF may rightfully
where six Jurors are selected froma a way It's a shame we don't
stretch of one's imagination--the UF community
only a slight
large panel, was enough to con- still have open trials and adequate
depends upon cooperation and organization.As vince many students of competencyof seating space for all who wish to
for the latter only assume that those whose vocational
can
we Another important relationship
our staff. One prospective juror come. It Is completely necessary,
duties call for the establishment of organization have performed their usually brought out In the Voir
ventured this comment, "If every however, to protect the accused
deliberance. It is left to discuss and Judge the extentof
functions with
Dire examination is the "pre-
student knew just how things were from such dlsgra .and in 1931 open
cooperation. run the Honor System would be trials were abolished. Mock trials sumption of Innocence" in which
Consider these circumstances observed: the time is in the early ,) the defendant is clothed upon entering *
much more effective." have been suggested but the feelIng -
to the of the first hour of classes; it is
a.m. just prior beginning Is not the same without an the courtroom as with asuit
raining, not hard but there can be no doubt of the fact that perciplta- of armor. The "burden of proof"is
Since we have been writing this actual student being on trial. It
tlon exists; winter Is apparent and all inhabitants of the campus are the to break
prosecution
column this has been our central takes the real thing to put across upon
r proceeding with haste. On a corner beyond the eastern limit of Hume down this armor to such an extent -
message -- If every student knew the seriousness of the occasic..
Hall stands a solitary figure with his books tucked under his London with evidence that no other
how things actually operated: If
,
Fog being Just as collegiate as he can be under the circumstances. reasonable hypothesis can be accepted -
; His thumb Is extended In such a way as to indicate his desire to be they could witness Just one trial, Therefore, we are limited to to explain the circumstances -
then the Honor would be
assisted in his transportation problem by one of his fellow membersof System editorials, and perhaps, a gradual than the defendant's
much more effective.It dissemination of "the word" '
the cooperative social organization.No by guilt.
one will cooperate.Each those who have been prospective

in his own personal way, the drivers continue on their way. is almost Impossible to put jurors and actual jurors.
'
Some pretend that they don't see; smile; some make crude motionsto this message across in an editorial The prosecution mustprove

indicate something or other while a few depress the turn indicatorin --the 1m.'11' is far more Take for example some of the "beyond any reasonable doubt,"

hopes of disguising their refusal. effective when seen first hand, questions asked prospectiveJurors that is, a doubt to which you can

Inevitably, however, one who is accustomed to the plight of the foot- as this Jury panel of some thirty In the Voir Dire; one ques- assign a reason, that the defendantis

sore student and who has only recently acquired what is more of a students, did. Nevertheless, it isa tion the defense will ask, In orderto guilty and the facts are as

f status symbol than Madison Avenue could Imagine, is driven by his fact that Honor Court trials Insure a jury favorable to his charged.

conscience to extend himself in behalf of the one for whom these

words are intended to extract sympathy. The world, and in particularthe

cooperative organization, is want for more of those accustomedto Harshaw Independents Answer CriticismEDITOR I

hitch hikers' plight.

Let it be established as a tradition that the man blessed with an

automobile consider those who are not. :
especially Independentsarelaughing. shaw. These votes were independent I

J.H. Yesterday we observed two f it's a sham when actions votes and the fact that independents I
instances of Gator
gross Party
such as these create personal cannot be "duped" is the
The Florida mudslinging in letter to the
one a
,
AlligatorServed hatreds all in the name of "poli greatest strength of Frank Har
editor and one of literal fact. On "
tics. shaw, a man with a family, who
International Peabody tree hung a handmade
by United Press
A stronger Gator candidate made a four point average last

Editor. ..... .. ...... .... .... . .. ... ... ...1V'alkerLundy "Independents for Harshaw"poster would not have allowed his poli- trimester while serving as vice-

Managing Editor .. .... .. ....... . ... .. ... .Bill Fuller made by a Hume Hall memberand ticians to get away with such con- president of the Student Body!

Assistant Managing Editor. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .JohnAskins it was disgracefully covered duct. We think the student body Naturally we are in sympathywith

Editorial Editor ... ..... ...... .. . . . .. .Wayne: Norfleet with mud, grime, and filth. Ina knows this. V.O.T.E. Party--to the extent -

Sports Editor .. ...... .... .... .. ... .. .. .. ..l>:a\t Berkowitz similar way Gator Party Inde- When that Frank is the V.O.T.E.
a letter is
read
a good
Wire Editor .. ........ .... ... .. .. .. ... ... .Bob Thomas pendent Chairman, Steve Freedman idea Is to "consider the nominee for President. True,

Feature Editor. .... .... .... .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .C>ntlua Tuntall attempted to coyer us with source. we both have an extensive record

Campus Living Editor ... .... .... .. .. .. . .. Judy Lynn Pur.ce mud and deface our organizationon Steve was fired from two suc- of service in student government,
the editorial cessive student governments
one
Editorial Assistants....John Hancock, Ernie Lit, Glenn Lane.\ page. ; but as we have said before, manyof
from
As independents, we think the each party, for "Incom-
Gall Sobering, Nancy Zlmmet, Alan Campbell, Betty Wen t, and our group ARE students who
I letter attempting to brand us as petence, (see Fla.All.last trim).
Betsy Garrison.lteporters..Mike. have not previouslybeenpolltlcal-
political pawns and liars is a most tie was a member of the present
Power, Jim Castcllo. Phil Heu'iwr, al'ton, ly active. We have been workingin
convincing reason why independent administration until the student
Douglas Molitor, Donlta Mathison, Sail)' Stock, Kathie Martin, C.. .01 the dorms setting up our own
students should and will vote for body president cared
to
Nobls, Ann Carter, Joe Kollln, Pam Pulley, Agnes Fogies, lU-.i. J enough network of workers--for Instance
Frank
Harshaw. him.
remove
Meserve, Bob DeLoach, Fran Snider, Fred Lane: Kathrine: Du \1.1, there are over 30 active workersin
Gator Party just doesn't shoot Now he sets himself
Jean Fagot, Judy Teich, Evan Engle, George Mini*, Phil Ge>vr, up as an Rawlings Hall alone.
straight i with the students.They expert who is qualified to
Steve Don Federman Quinn Larryimmernui1.:, serve
Vaughn, Becky Steve Freedman has betrayedboth
send letters signed with the namesof for thegood of the student "
Jackie Cornelius, Pat Hogan, Charner Powell, Patti Pit, Gar)' body.. campus parties In past occasions -
people such as Neal Cooke whodon't Could he be putting us on?
Williams, Don Davis, Terry Rogers, and Sue Haugsted. and now he has betrayed
even know their names are Steve speaks of "Independentsfor
independents. students vote
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student newspaper of being used. Steve and other Gator Hendrlck" last year as being When

&. University of Florida and is published five times weekly except leaders think this is funny, unsuccessful in getting out the Independent today, we believe they will write
another in "The
firing the months of May, June and July, when a weekly issue i is pub- it would seem. vote. Yet Paul Hendrickwon painful chapter "

ished. THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is entered as second class: mattrrit We don't think It is funny, nor by 1,200 votes last year and Education of Steve Freedman.:

the United State Post Office at Gainesville, Fla. do we think most of the students his running mate was Frank Har- Bob Mounts










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Thursday, February 6,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 5



r Another DON DAVIS ViewBy -1 Counselors UniteEDITOR ..



(Editor's Note--This column written by Alligator Staff Writer Don : : Polling PlacesMEMORANDUM

Davis who is affiliated with V.O.T.E. Party, is written in answer to

yesterday's sidelight column, written by Alligator Columnist Hugh We are all Honor Court prose-

McArthur, who Is affiliated with Gator Party and past vice-president cuting and defense counsel.We : to all students

of the siw. t bodv under the Student Party banner.) wish, as parties who are FROM: Secretary of Interior

disinterested politically but Inter- SUBJECT: Polling Places
Hugh McArthur's column yesterday raised interesting questions
ested actually in the future of the
about student government, but the conclusions he drew were disappointing. -
Honor Court and the Honor Sys-
Each student shall vote in the college in which he is regis-
a tern, to bring certain facts to the
The survey conducted by McArthur, Gator party official, was not- tered with tK- exception of the freshman and sophomore
attention of the student
body.
according to its author-drafted to1'.. stand the test 01 proper statistical classes. Memoers of these classes will vote according to
1. The Chancellor, as the presiding -
analysis." trials class. Voting machines will be located In the following placesfor
judge on complicated
In addition to this admission, the findings of his survey are even your convenience.
lasting as long as 12 hours,shouldbe
more curious. Here is a man who has refused to criticize student experienced if the student defendant Freshmen: Broward, Tolbert, Jennings, Murphree, Hume,
government all,year suddenly unleashing the full fury of the "McArthur ; Rawlings, Graham and V ilee.
is to get a fair trial.
Poll" on the eve of student election. 2. The Chancellor must rulean Sophomore: Broward, Tolbert, Jennings, Murphree, Hume,
A truly objective analysis of student government must take a different law Rawlings, Graham and Yulee.
evidentiary question of ;
approach. A good beginning is the realization that there are strong
to do so he MUST KNOW THE
and weak student governments. To assess the pros and cons of a student LAW. College Building Place

government, one must examine the state of SG programs and servicesat AgricultureArchitecture McCarty Ground floor
3. Herb Blessing, the present
the beginning of an administration as compared to the state of T Building E Hallway
Chancellor, missed SIX WEEKS
Student Government at the close of that administration.A strong of his term in office during the Z Arts and Sciences Hub Entrance

student government does more and does it better. summer, having a Vice-Chancel- Business Ad. Matherly Ground Floor, SW

Overall, the balance sheet of the President's 1963-64 administration lor, an experienced law student, 4 Education Norman Entrance, by aud.
of student government is strong. Since the year was a legislativeyear act as Chancellor In his absence. ?> Engineering; Engineering First floor
and the of the College Building Amendment vote
year greater 4. Gerry Richman, a senior Forestry and Phys Ed Florida Union Club Rendezvous
demanded in the field of student :
activity was higher education and law student with more experiencethan Journalism School of JM Club Rendezvous ?
government rose to the challenge.The .
anyone presently working on I Health, Nursing
student effort fielded to influence
largest yet was appropriations the Honor Court, would miss only Pharmacy and Medicine Medical Next to mall room
for faculty salaries and buildings. Letters were mailed to the parentsof : floor ;
FOUR WEEKS of his term if elect- on the ground :.
every student urging support of the building amendment. ed (from the beginning of the win- '' Law Law Porch
occurred in the social field. Student Govern-
Major breakthroughs
ter trimester to the time of the :.
ment won approval for tennis court lighting -- an unsuccessful promiseby
next Spring elections--NOT TWO ,; Election day Is tomorrow.
20 More funds for socials and dances a i.:
political parties for years. AND ONE HALF MONTHS as has Remember you need your ID card (fee card) to vote.
much larger Lyceum program (believe it or not it Is a student fee been falsely intimated) and, we .k Try to vote before noon, but most of all REMEMBER TO '.'
supported organization), along with new folk-singing programs, are a :.
feel confident, would have an experienced *. VOTE.
few of the specifics brought to Uw students.
VIce-Chancellor J """"A"'A""" '''' "" "" "-"" '> "'''''
:ww: ; g.. &%5 t %:k 'fI.
Administration relations have, alas, been somewhat less amiable, ten months more experience thanGerry's : m.> 8:I[?fe88WSSS$3&fc* 'ijf'T;;
but the result is a substantial gain in student Influence on university now
present opponent I
policies. The five dollar date ticket hike was rescinded by the Athletic has--take over for this period. Political ScoopEDITOR
Association after determined student government protests to Tigert

officials. At the beginning of the year, it appeared that "Athletics" 5. We have urged Gerry RicLh- : were winning with the best man

would take a permanent $20,000 chunk out of student activity fees each man to run for the position of HERE'S THE SCOOP as I knowit. for the office; we still do. Then

summer. After a summe-long standoff, attempts to place the allocationon Chancellor because we feel that Firstly, I think everyone by two days before the election our
a permanent basis were abandoned. New ground rules for a possibleshift the Honor Court and the Honor now knows that a letter to the opponents splatter the campus witha

to voluntary ROTC, if the bill passes congress, were developedat System will best be served by editor during a political campaignis compare sheet, and an unfair one
the "President's Retreat." Plans are going ahead for the installationof having him serve as YOUR Chan- nothing more than an un-paid at that. So with the little moneywe

a number of "free" student telephones at several campus locations.In cellor. political announcement. Well,this had left we decided to let the

past years student governments were often centers of special I have read the attached paper, one's no different except that I, students know the full story. We
privileges for the "inner circle". This student government has male and endorse Its contents. as Paul Huck's campaign manager, said that Richman will graduate

striking changes by eliminating privileged student government seatingat am going to sign it myself Instead two and one half months early,
Lyceum events, cutting student government football block seating Signed: of hunting up one or evena and that he was Involved with
from 500 seats to 80 seats and eliminating the practice of spending Sheldon Yavltz hundred so-called disinterested other things that would not allow

student funds for service keys awarded student government personnel. Jerry Devane students to do it for me. Secondly him the time he would need for

A photograph of a previous student body president was found adorningthe Ronald Smalley many things In a campaign are the office. That's what we believe -
face of several thousand sheets of expensive duplicator paper. This Chuck Chance unfair, maybe untrue. But this and know to be true.

had been used for publication of student government newsletters by Richard Mandell Is what I and all those who have All I ask of you Is to judge Paul

that administration. Since demand for pictures-on-paper of the former George Moss asked you to vote for Paul be- Buck as a man and a candidate;
student body president aren't as great as they used to be, student Fred Tiballl lieve. don't judge him by political

government has now substituted, on newsletter sheets, the heading Charles R. Fawsett Up until two days ago the Chan- innuendo.
"Inside Student Government." The sixteen reams of personalized Annette Williams cellor's race was a fair and Hugh Wilson

stationery left from the previous year were converted into scratch Abbott M. Herring strongly.. fought one. We felt we Paul Huck's Campaign Manager
-
pads. This elimination of personalized stationary resulted in savingsof Steve Horowitz

several hundred dollars for the students. Peter J. Levy
This has been a year where the student government administrationhas David Bludworth

not stamped its name on every service, but Just the same the Job Larry Klein LAST 3 DAYSOF
has been done by students and for students. It is my belief that the Roy WoodJ.

students will vote for the candidates whom they believe will continueto .-'' -a L. Boring

Improve student government. Hames A. Borland OUR

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Open LetterEDITOR AFTERINVENTORYSAVINGS



At a : meeting of the Student OUR gooR.MET

i Group for Equal Rights, Adams, ;a
speaking for himself and for HarI \\f.c.O\\

I shaw, and Ken Kennedy both said ShoP IS AviRTuAL t
I that they were for civil rights

supported integration.Both .

candidates said that they dl, \
would try to help in such waysas '

Hendrick did at the CI--going 0 30%
TO
UP
in after negotiations had startedand ALLERY OF C(4( )
participating in those nego-
tiations. # Reg. 3.95 LP's NOW $2.77Reg.

But such actions are REACTIONS -

not actions. If civil Df cAc 5aLlfrmanrlla's 4.95 LP's NOW $3.66Reg.
rights groups had not threatenedto
use or had not used direct

action, it is doubtful if student 5.95 LP's NOW $4.33
government would have done much.

If anything, in the field of civil

rights--as shown by inaction of

past student government adminis-
trations. BUY NOW SAVE


What actions, specifically, will
you, Ken and Frank,take if elected :
president to back your words sup-

porting civil rights? RECORD
It is better to head off an explosive i ; t @ '

situation BEFOREit TOP ..
comes to a head. We need Gourmet Shop Delicatessen Dining Room SHOP

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ThursdayFebruary 6,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 7
ine Arts Fete

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h e Jra1.: 1L1 S i. fC I. ei fC te
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egins. Monday by REID POOLE, head of UF music department

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Third Annual Fine Arts tour of South America for the operatic arias from Mozart,Char-
The The Third
Annual UF Fine Arts are the featured stars. Ron Jeritis
concentrated U.S. State Department.The and Gounod. Mr.Troupin
stival, presenting Festival will be held during the the director. pentier,
erings in the various fields Chicago Opera Ballet,under eight day period Feb. 12 to 19. The Wednesday and Thursday will also conduct a Divertimentofor

fine arts, will begin on campusb. the direction of Ruth Page, will The festival will include exhibits, performances begin at 7:30 and Orchestra by University of

12. be appearing on campus during its performances, and lectures in the the Friday and Saturday perform- Florida Humanities I professor
fine festival,which Includes pre- eighth annual U.S. tour. The pro- area of art, drama, dance, and ances begin at 8 p.m. For ticket Didier Graeffe and the"Reforma
in art, drama, danced tion" Symphony by Felix Mendels-
ntations duction will Include works which music. Eight art exhibits and some reservations and information call
music, represents coopera- Miss Page has devised as well as fifteen performances and lecturesin the University, extension 2671. sohn.
)n among a number of depart- selections of 19th Century works. drama, dance, and music are LYCEUM COUNCIL
ents and agencies on campus, scheduled for the festival. SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
cording to Reid Poole, head ofle Other attractions will Include a Lyceum Council offers these

Department of Music. discussion of "The Americannessof FLORIDA PLAYERS The UF Symphony Orchestra, attractions during the festival. On
1 Poole feels this "very respect- American Music" given by Vir- with Edward Troupin conductingand Thursday, Feb. 13, the Chicago

lie" group of offerings compares gil Thomson and a program of Florida Players will present Sarah Traverse as soprano Opera Ballet, under the artistic
vorably with similar series pre- chamber music performed by vio- "The House of Bernarda Alba"in soloist, will present a concertin direction of Ruth Page, will be
nted at d if 1 e rent spots on linist Szymon Goldberg. Norman Hall Auditorium for the University Auditorium, seen in the University Auditoriumin

hmpus. four performances Feb.12 through Wednesday, Feb. 12, at 8:15 p.m. choreographed versions of
One of the highlights of the Other Fine Art Festival events 15. Joanne Schatz and Mimi Carr Miss Traverse will sing several "Carmen," and "The Merry Widow .
Istival will be the presentation ," and an abstract ballet entitled '
Include a recital of modern dance
Paul Winter Sextet, des- "Divertissement." The
t the
by UF orchesis Club a concertby
,
THE UNION SIDE
ibed as "among the best and dancing stars Include Patricia
the UF Symphonic Band with
ost refreshing modern Jazz Klekovic and Kenneth Johnson,
Richard W. Bowles conducting,
roups." The Sextet, a Lyceum with guest stars Kirsten Simoneand
a Reader's Theatre of the Department -
louncil special attraction, has Bridge Tourney Henning Kronstam of the Royal -
of Speech In honor of
resented concerts at the White Danish Ballet.On .
ouse and conducted an extended Shakespeare Quadricentennial, a Wednesday, Feb. 19, the Lyceum -
Musicale presented by the Univer-
For Campus 'Sharks'By Council presents the.out-
sity of Florida chapter of Sigma
standing violin virtuoso, Szymon
Alpha Iota, and a lecture by the
I Goldberg, at 8:15 p.m., In the
ONE run POUND distinguished American com- NANCY WEINBERGAnd Festival Award Winner, "The University Auditorium.For .
XCSlkLOmSTEAK I poser, author, and music critic, BILL GOODWIN Quiet One," will be shown at the both the Chicago Opera Bal-
Virgil Thomson, on "The Role of Florida Union Auditorium Fridayand
let and Szymon Goldberg, adult
u i the Universities in the Creative Slick-handed card sharks will
Saturday beginning at 7 and
tickets are $2.00, high school students -
: tis.." have an opportunity to display your 9 p.m. and children $1.00. UF
$1.95 talent in the All-Campus Bridge Emcee Tommy Kennington will students obtain tickets on theirI.

Tournament to be held this Sundayat be on hand as "Club Rendezvous D. cards. Tickets will be avail
HALF POUNDCWOIJW A Square 2 p.m. in the Oak Room of the Visits Italy"this Friday night from able at the Hub Information Booth

X1.50 Fla. U. The competition, whichIs 8 to 12 In the basement of the from Feb. 10.OUTSTANDING.
comrrKYHAM'STEAk Dance SetA sponsored by the Association of Union.

College Unions, will be under the Ingrid Bergman and Gregory JAZZ GROUPAs
(; Jk...... Em Gravy square dance is scheduledfor direction of Dr. John E. Craps. Peck star in Alfred Hitchcock's

"GOOD'MAUN FODMEK" tk .. Friday at 8 p.m.in the Catholic Winners will go on to compete for thriller, "Spellbound," beginningat an extra added attraction,

TOWER HOUSE Student Center, dress Informal.The the national titles. If you wish to 7 ;.m. this Sunday and MondayIn the Lyceum Council will presentthe

public is invited.often participate in the tournament,signup the Union Auditorium.The Paul Winter Sextet In two
in Room 315 of the Fla. U. Fine Art's Committee will performances In the University

present "Opera Ballet" by Dr. Auditorium on Saturday, Feb. 15.
There will be International Folk Didier Graeffe
at 3:30
p.m. on
The Paul Winter group has had
Dancing In the Social Room of the Tuesday in the Union's Johnson
outstanding success in concerts at
Florida Union tonight at 8. Lounge. Admission Is free and
the White House for the Kennedysand
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At C-2 he had always played Item: Henderson held Miami's
Sports Writer
forward in high school. There highh regarded ophomore scoring -
When Florida Gator basketballstar aren't many C-2 forwards in col- threat John Dumpier, :a 23.7
8 Brooks Henderson graduated lege, and Henderson didn't think performer, scoreless for the first
from Coral Gables High in I lOGl: he could shoot well enough from 27 minutes of Florida's win over
he wasn't sure he was good enoughto the outside to be a guard. So he the Hurricanes. Dumpier eventu-

7f T play college ball. decided to enter the Air Force. ally managed four points under
Henderson's high school record Henderson's watch, and finishedthe
was Impressive: a 26 point senior Now, after four years of ser- night with seven after Brooks

year average;All-City honors; and vice basketball, a year on the left the contest. Henderson, incidentally -
; t
selection on the Dell Sports High freshman team at New York Uni- contributed 28 points

School All-America team. But versity, a year of waiting for eli ti> the \ktoi)'.
only the University of Miami and gibility to play at Florida, and
I Columbia University showed any one and one half seasons in a Auburn's John Blackwell, gen-
BROOKS HENDERSON interest in Henderson's services. Gator uniform, it has been firmly erally recoguired as one of the

established that Henderson is good SEC's foremost guards, came to
enough to play college basketball.Just Gainesville sporting a 14.7 aver-
ask Florida opponents nor age. He became Henderson's man. See The New
Gator coach He scored two points.
GATOR SPORTSPage Norman Sloan.
Henderson played the Auburn 9 1/2 COMPACTWe

8 Thursday February 6, 1964 Henderson, a slender 170-pound game on a badly injured knee,
is which he had sprained two even-
junior, "Just about as well-
rounded ball ings earliej in the Miami effort. cordially invite students -
a player as I've
Bigham Trips Yeafon 52-36 Sloan said he hadn't known if Hen-
to
ever"He seen does, everything according well,"Sloan.says 'person could play against Auburnas & faculty to bring

Sloan. "Handle the ball, shoot, late as the morning of the your motor for any checkup

\ For Hume Area Caae CrownBy rebound..he cm lo them aU." game."We planned to see how he you may need. Baird's

...
moved around the Marine features a complete -
warm-
ERNIE LITZ night when Bigham downed Yea- Through the Kentucky pregame
ton game, up, then see if he could play at' shop as specified by
Mural Editor 52-36. Leading scorers for Henderson has posted a team- "
all, the Florida coach said.
Bigham were Jeff Pardee with leading 18.1 average and maintained the factory, and a factory
(Editor's Note: Due to dead- 10 points and Glenn Dunn with 7. a fine better than 85 per cent Henderson played almost all the trained mechanic.
line time we will not be able to
foul line
mark. And
High for Yeaton was Ed Harrell now when a way despite the knee. "That'sthe
cover mural games in the following with 6. high-scoring, fast brand of bas- kind of competitor Brooksis
day's paper.) '" ketball is often emphasized and Sloan continued.
,
le Semi-Final game in Tol- COME TALK ABOUT
Hume Area's
Basketball Intra-
bert Area resulted in a 30-26 gets the headlines, he is earning Brooks can jump, too. He's
mural title was settled Monday recognition his defensive FISHING RIGS WE
on
victory for Eldridge over TolbertII. play been consistent rebounder,ranking -
High man for Eldridge was alone. behind only 6-11 Dick Peek HAVE ABOUT THE BEST
Athletic Field Bob Threatt with 10 and Tolbert and 6-7 Mont Highly in total re-
II Steve Braun with 9 and David Sloan usually assigns Henderson trieves. He's one of the few
Crow 8. the highest scorer of the players of his size who can dunk BAIRD'SMarine
Behind HumeThe team, to defense. In man-to- the ball.

A bracket man situations so far, Brooks
playoff which resulted -
in has held his men to around a Sloan has said that he considers
Murphree Area due toa
College of Physical and six Henderson and teammate Tom
points-per game average.
three-way tie for first placewas 601 South Main
Health Education, through the Intramural settled as Fletcher N won Scoring averages of those he's Baxley the best guard combination
Department, announced two games to take the bracket. guarded have ranged as high as in the Southeastern Conference. Ample Parking
yesterday that the field Immedi- 27.7 They'll both be back next year.
They defeated first Murphree F,
ately behind Hume Hall is being -..-
38-31, with John Hamrlck and
cleared and filled in for use as
Richard Hire scoring 19 and 13
an athletic field.
points respectively. F sectionwas

.. The announcement, made lead by George Graham with
by Spurgeon Cherry, of the Intramural 12 and Jerry Anderson with 8. Meet The Gators

Department, describedthe Then Fletcher N downed Mur- .
field as 300 feet long by 300 phree M in a squeaker 33-32 as
feed wide and capable of contain- Hamrick and
Hire both scored 13
ing two full football fields. to lead their team. M section Dick TOMLINSONJunior

brought out a devastating attack
The project was started three
weeks ago and it Is anticipatedthat led by Larry Townsend with 10, Guard
it will be fully ready by Steve Coney with 6, Bill Goodwin *
September, in conjunction with with 5, and Skip Lotwick with 4. Star Gator Forward, six foot- a.
Plants and Grounds operations. In Fraternity Blue League Action five inch Richard "Dick" Tom- ,
results were: XP 30-PKP 27; linson, from Wheeling, West Vir-
Cherry said the project, "Is AGR 47-TKE 25; DU 28-DX 21 ; ginia has really come on fast this '?
progressing quite well and Is look- and LXA led by Jim Biggart, over season and thoroughly impressed e e t .r
Ing fine." PEP 54-20. Gator fans'and coaches. ;
Currently Tomlinson is scoring

17.5 points per game and is third .
The PIPE CORNER in rebounds. His individual high '
marks for the season include: '
s
Highest point total in a single
game, 44 versus Tampa; Field '' p x

Goals, 19 vs. Tampa; and Free a a '
Throws, 8 vs. Air Force Aca-
1V
4y: demy in the Gator Bowl Tourna- ,
ment.

Dick had over 60 scholarship ,
offers in high school for football,
basketball and t track, and chose t t ,t
h Florida.




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