<%BANNER%>
The Florida alligator
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028291/00122
 Material Information
Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
Page of record
Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: February 7, 1964
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
weekly[ former 1912-]
weekly (semiweekly june-aug.)[ former <1915-1917>]
biweekly (weekly june-aug.)[ former <1918>]
weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
weekly (daily except sunday and monday june-aug.)[ former <1928>]
semiweekly[ former <1962>]
weekly[ former <1963>]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000972808
oclc - 01410246
notis - AEU8328
lccn - sn 96027439
System ID: UF00028291:00122
 Related Items
Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

Full Text
The Florida Alligator




Vol.56, No.91 University of FloridaGainesville Friu-yFeb.7,1964




I Kennedy, Gator Win I






; ": Take Four Of Five

3i ft


Top SG PositionsBy



PHIL HEVENER

1y Staff Writer

: Ken Kennedy, Gator's Party's Student Government (SG) presidential

\ candidate, rode a 545-vote advantage into office last night.
Final totals were 3,804 for Kennedy and his running mate Dick

Gober. V.O.T.E. Party's- Frank Harshaw and his vice presidential
candidate Dick Adams drew 3,259 votes. A straw vote pitting com-
pulsory against voluntary ROTC
carried for the former by a 5-1

according to returns.

Here Are With the exception treasurer,
the rest of the Gator Party's upper -
t slate was successful. V.O.
Full ResultsFINAL T.E.'s Fred Lane beat the Gator
I Party's David Yost by exactly 300

p'N' votes, 3,506 to 3,206.On .

i Spring Elections-- the rest of the upper slate,
I : February 6, 1964 Gerry Richmond and Steve
'
Cheeseman in their bids for
. Let"t (G) Gator Party won
Gober, .And Kennedy Enjoy Victory Dinner (V) Vote Party Chancellor and Clerk of the Honor
------ ----
(Unaf) Unaffiliated Court respectively.
Notified of his victory at the
President and VicePresidentKen
Alpha Tau Omega fraternity house,
Emotions RanGamut
Kennedy and Dick Gober(G)
3,804 W. Frank Harshaw and Kennedy, a 29-year-oldsentorlaw
student said, "I'm elated, abso-
Dick Adams V
( ) 3,259. "

The Treasurer lutelyelated.Later he and Gober appeared

before several hundred onlookersin
Fred Lane (V) 3,486; David S.
Bryan Lounge at the Florida
Yost (G) 3,306.
Union for a victory statement.
Emotions ran the gamut last night. "I want to extend my very great-
From the unrestrained glee of the winner to the halting thanks Honor Court Chancellor est thanks to all those who helpedme
for a good year In office from the loser. They were all there. Gerry Richman (G) 3,474; Paul ," Kennedy said. "and as for
Huck (V) 3,323.
this student body--I've never seen

As the crowd In the Florida Union's Bryan Lounge grew, the cres- Honor Court Clerk or heard of a better one. The

I' cendo with which Gator Party partisans greeted each batch of election Steve Cheeseman (G) 3,754; spirit which you have generated
returns grew nearly deafening. James D. Cooner 2,931. during this campaign should goa
long way toward Injecting a new
rFRED feeling into Student Government."
Then Frank Harshaw came winding his way through the crowd of President-Lyceum Council Kennedy pledged himself to
LANE several hundred and those who had just a moment before been cheeringthe Ray Anderson (G) 3,592; Lou
reform movementIn
carrying on a
I new treasurer victory of his opponent,shifted the man walking around with the Ann Levinson(V) 3,264. SG and said he will begin the
into a steady round of applausefor microphone was almost in the Council planning of his term of office this
a man who bore the cloakof bedlam. VicePresidentLyceum weekend. Winning candidates are
Barry Diamond (G) 3,359; Judy
defeat with dignity.But .
x expected to take office sometimenext
Elms (V) 3,216.
x week.
There were several announce- Turnout for the election was
Council MembersAnn
Lyceum
as Harshaw spoke, "...I ments that coffee was being served, "lighter than last year," accord-
Johnson (G) 3,421 Jean
want to thank all those who helpedmy but from all indications there were ; Ing to Secretary of the Interior
Salisbury (V) 3,393; Diane Lee
campaign...", the faces not m ',y who felt like holding a
,q P turned toward him looked as though coffee cup. (See FULL RESULTS, Page 5)) (See GATOR, Page 5))
they wanted to peer right throughthe

man.


ydi A.
The question was there on In N p der J 4 .j 4 8

the strained features of every
face turned toward this man. How

does it feel? they were asking."I .



.. feel like crying," said a 4

GERRY RICHMAN girl.

I .next Honor Court

Chancellor But several minutes later the ;
winner was re---smiling j

broadly and being followed closelyby ;- yV
Dick Gober, his vicepresident A

broadly., who was smiling just as



1E

These were the winners, and "
everybody loves a winner.



From that point on, the evening
melted into a steady processionof E S
winners, each of them trooping 1

across the speaker's platform
i
anxious to add his words and con-
fident he had aU that cquld be


STEVE CHEESEMAN... done. :: \ :


.. ... ,
--
;; -
-
----- --
wins Honor Court Clerk Radio station WRUF was thereto
Kennedy Speaks To Election Party Crowd
oo


Page 2 The Florida Alligator Friday, Feb.7, 1964

Cubans Order Gifmo





t d M Cut
Water Supply


..: '

KEY WEST, Fla. (UPI) Cuba Less than three hours after the In Washington, U.S. officials expressed -
Thursday ordered the cutoff of announcement of the action by shock at the Cuban govern-

fresh-water pipelines serving the the Cubans, Key West radio sta- ment but said there are ample
U.s. Navy base at Guantanamo Bayin tions broadcast an order for all fresh water reserves at the
retaliation for the seizure and Coast Guardmen here to report to "Gitmo" naval base to care of

jailing of 36 Cuban fishermen their base immediately. the 10,500 military and civilian
caught Poaching Florida waters. personnel there.A .

representative of the Czec-
A note handed to the Swiss ambassador Fla. Hit
Reps. hoslovakian Embassy in Washington -
1 ;. in Havana at 11:15 a.m.
was reported en route here
the United States until
gave noon- late Thursday at the request of
$ tP or 45 minutesin which to release Cuban Action the Cuban fishermen.The .
the fishermen or have the pipelineshut

down. WASHINGTON (UPI) Florida "Czech diplomat was flying

House members assailed Cuba's to Miami, presumably to arrangefor
Mutual Radio Network reported
action in cutting off fresh legal counsel.
however, that it spoke to Lt.Cmdr. reported
to the Guantanamo Naval
D.D. Varner at Guantanamo by water
Florida Gen.
Atty. James
M and called on W.
Base Thursday
telephone and that the water was
Kynes said the state
President Johnson to stand firm" could see
still running at 2:50 p.m., EST. no reason for
dropping the
against Castro demands for release -
of Cuban fishermen held In charges against the fishermen in
The new Cuban crisis developed the face of the
retaliatory move
swiftly a few hours after the State Jail In Key West. the Cuban
trr William C. Cramer, R- by government. He
Rep.
of Florida took custody of the
water said, however, that he was willing
the reported
fishermen from fecal authoritiesand Fla., called
aggression"with to cooperate with the U.S. State
shutoff an act of
carted them the Monroe
o. 'J
should be formally Department if asked to do so.
which Cuba
County Jail in Key West.
before the Organization of
charged
- Of the 38 fishermen siezed Sun-

FEBRUARY IS HEART FUND MONTH The note demanding the releaseof American States. day along with their four vessels,
Rep. Paul Rogers, D Fla.,
Pictured is Sig Ep Bill Blot with two trophies won by the fishermen was handed to said as a first step U.S. women the state actually seeks to
the Swiss ambassador by Cuban prosecute 29. Two of the fisher-
his fraternity for outstanding work in past fund drives. Foreign Minister Raul Roa. from and children the base should"in be preparationfor evacuated men defected and received politi-
cal asylum in this country Wed-
"
get YOUR message thpouqh He whatever cautioned may however follow., against nesday.

VietnameseDemonstrate "rash talk" by lawmakers onpos- The state dropped charges
sible additional steps in the case. against seven others, all Juvenilesof
Cramer applied the term 14 to 16 years of age, at a
"blackmail" to Cuba's announce- court hearing Thursday morningand
ment it would keep the water asked for the federal govern-

..-,.=r shut off until this country releases ment to deport them as soon as
-I IJ SAIGON, South Viet Nam (UPI) 29 Cuban fisherman held at Key possible.

With alllCjatoR a ventlslnqtJoi -- Vietnamese students demon- West for violating Florida waters.
strated Wednesday against the Crar"&.r said additional Marines
new military regime for the second should be sent to the Guantanamobase Barbecue SetA

consecutive day. The protest was which the United States occupies -
contused and fist fights broke out under a 1934 treaty with
among some students arguing Cuba. He said this would serve barbeque will be held by the
about its purpose. notice on Castro the United States Agriculture Council tomorrow at
WoW Police formed a locked-arms will not knuckle under the Communist 5 p.m. at. the Florida Livestock

cordon around ,a group of about attacks on U.S.treaty rights pavilion on Archer Road,(Just past
50 brawling youths to prevent the either here or in Panama. the medical center).

disorder from spreading. The Cramer said Juveniles in the

mob was persuaded to disperseby Cuban fishing group have been Dance Set
a government sound truck. freed but that he hopes Florida
i The demonstration was much will pursue the prosecution of 29
smaller than Tuesday's protest adults still held. The accused TV Cherrels will play for a
when about 1,000 students paraded have been granted access to dance tomorrow night at the Hume
through the streets demanding the counsel, he said. Hall recreation room from 9 p.m.

reinstatement of deposed Junta Rep. Robert L.F. Sikes, D-Fla., until 1 a.m.Hume .
chairman Maj. Gen. Duong Van said Cast r o's action will Hall and Yulee Area
Minh; a stronger stand against not Interfere with the operation of dorms are sponsoring the semi-
neutralism, and drafting of stu- the U.S. Naval base although some formal dance. Tickets may be
dents to fight the Communist Viet inconvenience to personnel will purchased for $1.00 at the Hume

Cong guerrillas. result." Hall office, and all may attend.WHAT'S .
i ,


NEW FANELLI EDWARDS


IN THE FEBRUARY "THE LITTLE STORE WITH EVERYTHING"

ATLANTIC?
PEPPERIDGE FARM Bread

Vane Prlv.c,Packard": Information: "The Is Invasion power This of white .31 $ Oatmeal .33$ Sandwich. .31 $

revealing how and by article whom shows it Is how being much ferreted an<1 Family i I Rye .33$ Full line of rolls & coffee cake
out about Americans.
"Exhibltlonshlp": An expostulation
Ernst H. Gembrlch prompted In part REAL HICKORY BAR-B-Q .1 1 Ib. for 95$
by the decision to send the Venus
de Milo to Japan for the Olympics. TOMATOES. .4 for 19$

e.En "Is There a New Germany?": Martha. IDAHO BAKING POTATOES 3 for l 10
Qellhorn reports on whether the younger $

..- be generation responsible In for Germany"a new Germany' ORANGES. .59'I' doz. TANGELOES: .50$ doz.

fI."SIX JTUXTIC KXTR.4 APPLES 10$ each
"The Ghastly Blank": Alan Moore.
Swimweardesigned by OLEG CASSINI head describes the first exploration. of .

thevestcentr.lp.rtofAustr.II. YELLO-BOLE PIPES 2.00 to 3.50FANELLI
And poetry by William Stafford,
Thomas Hornsby Ferrll. Robert
/ ins Graves,Fergus Allen,Stuart
f ran Hemsley and 4 new poets. ,
I ir: Month in, month out 'I'r'.J'.1i & EDWARDSMARF"T
The Atlantic's editors hC
t seek out exciting expressions \
mown of new and
& provocative Ideas. ,1.
i And whlth.p th..A
college Kop expressions take the
form of prose or po '
\' etry fact or fiction ; Open from 7 a.m. to I 11 I pn. .

401 W. Univ. Ave. of they academic always attain value aremarkablyhighlevel ,, I" ((8 a.m to 1 10 p.m. Sunday )


Free Parking Rear of Store and Make literary room interest.In your- 2410
ON Newberry Road
life for The Atlantic. '' Within Walking Distance
Phone FR 2-4606 SALE
Get a copy today. Across from Beta
NOW Woods Of Corry Village






--



I' ,
, ,
.

t


1


r .',, s Friday, Feb.), 1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3
: ,
;
I
"'i.od i'

.r ..
H1 ""I!:"; 1za Research To Get

1"
f "'
"''

Food IrradiatorThe



UF's food research pro- nation to have a research food Irradiator nitrogen, can be released in the
gram will take a big step for- Installed by the Atomic chamber for the irradiation pro-
ward the latter part of this month Energy Commission under a research cess.
with the installation of a cobalt60 contract with the Agri- The Irradiator will be used entirely -
irradiator designed especiallyfor cultural Experiment Stations for for research with foods.
S f handling foods. food studies.Dr. Dr. Dennison explained the pur-
Florida is the first universityin pose of food research is to placea
1fS F the state and the fourth in the Raymond A. Dennison, headof better product on the mar-
the Agricultural Experiment ket for the consumer. Through
Stations' Food Technology and Nutrition irradiation, the scientists hope to
Criminal
( ns HelD Department, reports that destroy micro-organisms causing
1 # the Irradiator will be the most spoilage to reduce spoilage that

powerful on campus with approxi- now occurs during the normal
Saves MoneyMental mately 33,000 curies. market period. Current researchwill
Miss Margaret E. Sosebee, assistant be conducted with oranges,
a rehabilitation of crimi- in food technology, super- grapefruit, limes, tomatoes and
4 nals would save Florida taxpayers vising the planned research, says peaches.
t ts $1,000 a year on each prisoner, Mentioning the problem of public -
according to Dr. Rufus M.Vaughn, the Irradiator will be designed to acceptance of Irradiated foods,
UF psychiatrists. lower approximately 3/4 bushelof though they are completely harm-
Dr. Vaughn was speaking toa fruit to the radiation source less, Sosebee pointed out that It
group of psychology and soci- which will be permanently located was a number of years before
ology majors at a meeting of 10 feet below water In a special canning or freezing of foods was
Psi Chi fraternity. stainless steel chamber. Operation accepted.
0q Ae "Criminals should be removed of the irradiator will be com- Working with Dr. Dennison on
from society," Vaughn said, "but pletely automatic.The "Effects of Low Level Irradiation
with professional help criminalswith Upon the Preservation of Food
mental problems, while In Irradiator chamber will be Products" will be Dr. Gerald \
prison, could be taught to live In capable of maintaining tempera- Kuhn, assistant food microbiologist -

___u_______ ___ __ _________ _______ and with society when they are re- tures of 10 to 150 degrees Fahern- Dr. Frederick W. Knapp,
leased. This professional help helL Different atmospheres can assistant biochemist, and Miss
SOON TO BE INSTALLED could cure the habitual criminaland also be obtained. As an example, Sosebee, assistant in food tech-
enable him to lead a normal Dr. Dennison said, a gas, such as nologist.
life."
.at the UP will be a Food Irradiator. It will be insta-
Dr. Vaughn, a psychiatrist at
lled in the Food research division of the university and wil I Raiford Prison since 1962, said Details .Soon -

be the first at a university in the state as well as the fourthin I it is difficult to distinguish men-
tally ill criminals from criminalswho ,
the nation.Mayor. ;" ..':,/" :;' !:

Vaughn do not said need with psychiatric proper treat-help. ':'i(;!! :it: r}.:ii\\:\ :' ,

ment and adequate personel, prisoners Wlh:;:!::,::: y 1 all., l 1')...J:(;:," ,Prl '.l'"
.. ,
who should not be there doti" ,., ,.', ''"'' ," ".. '. ,',,
Goes To Court could be taught to live normal lives

in society. .

NOTASULGA, Ala. (UPI)--Ma- Rea told the Negroes during the Thus, these people wouldbe able
to leave prison sooner and would ..NOP: :Contest
yor James Kayo Rea, explainingin confrontation Wednesday that he .
not cost taxpayers and the state
advance he has intentionof
no was rejecting them because the
challenging the U. S. govern- school already was overcrowdedand money. -
ment, yesterday accepted a sum- that to add more pupils would
mons to appear in federal court put authorities in violation of fire IT'S HERE
Friday to explain why he turned and safety codes.
six Negroes away from a segre- *
gated school. He made clear he would offer @
this line of reasoning as his defense -
when he appears today before -
Federal Judge Frank John-
VPMautz son In nearby Opellka. ."' ,"

"If the court orders me to admit TXTS dO

the Negroes, I will not defy .'
'
VacationsChanging the court. But it's my sworn I- 2
duty to protect the people of my rl
community and that's what I'm -t
the haunts of Tigert trying to do," Rea said.It .
Hall for colorful Casablanca *
streets Is Robert B. Mautz, dean was Johnson who ordered the DYLAN
of academic affairs, on the first Negroes admitted. He took the ,
leg of a three month trip aroundthe step when the state closed a high m .
world. school that 12 Negroes were attending -
The Dean and his wile left Miami in nearby Tuskegee.
Saturday for Lisbon, Portugal and Whites totally boycotted the Tus-
from there traveled to Morrocco. kegee school when the Negroes
This weekend they should be In entered under federal court order

Athens. last fall. .
The trip, planned by a Chicago
Another school boycott by whites
travel will include over
agency appeared to be mounting in rural :j
15 countries -- for the most partIn .
Shorter, where Johnson sent the ',
the Middle and Far East. Some ; tI
other six of the 12 Tuskegee Ne-
places listed were Egypt, Turkey,
gores. Only 82 whites showed up
Jordan, Lebanon, Pakistan, India, for classes out of a total enroll- REG. $3.98 NOW $2.98
Burma China Singapore,Hong
,
ment of 144, and 16 of those who
Kong, Istanbul, and Tokyo. did report later walked out with SUPPLY LIMITEDtGORl1)
Besides Indulging in the unusual
their books under their arms.
touristic delights -- the Dean
bought a new camera which his
secretary said did"everything" --
Mautz will be visiting universities a-
and talking to academic personnelon
a semi-official basis. Patronize
His wife, active In Gainesville
charity work, usually accompanies Gator S
her husband on his business trips.
The last one of this nature was Advertisers
In 1960 when they went to South

America. 923 W. University AvenueI'
Edgar W. Kopp, assistant dean, f
is taking over Mautz's work until
May. His only comment was I
"Help!



Page 4 Tfte Florida Alligator Friday, feb 7, i 1964
--

'(:";;;:'.'ii" '. One Of Every 20 Is






Foreign Student



One out of every 20 studentsat has a larger number w foreign Col. Glenn A. Farris is.IK'
the University Florida comes students than any other univer- Foreign Student Adviser. Ui.s >r.
from a foreign country. sity in the state. fice occupies a separate buildingon
There were 645 foreign students Of the recent arrivals, ten are Stadium Road, known as the
from 70 countries at the univer- from Vietnam, six from Thailand. International Center. He and his
sity during the Fall trimester. Others come from India, Taiwan, staff assist students after arrival i
Sixty-four have been added to the the Philippines, Korea, Columbia, here and answer inquiries (ron,
I 4 //S list for this trimester. UF now and Nicaraugua. prospective students.

af About 40 per cent of the fay -
I Campus Calendar I eign students here are graduate..
working for advanced degrees.
Many remain here for three year
let.
FRIDAY. Feb. 7 Lyceum Council presents the Appointment to an assistantshipis
University Lutheran Church Wag- eagerly sought by these stu-
Interviews for Blue Key Speakers ner College Choir from Staten Island dents, as it permits out-of-state
fj'J Bureau will be held in Rooms New York In the University tutition fees to be waived, a bene-
200 and 208, Florida Union from Auditorium at 8. fit which saves the student nearly
2:30 to 5.SATURDAY. Alpha Phi Omega meets In Room $900 a year.TIreefourths.
220, Florida Union at 8:30. of the foreign
The Pre-Law oociety meets in students are studying agricultureor
Feb. 8 Room 116, Florida Union at 8:30 engineering. Their aim is to
p.m. take back modern science and
techniques to their home countriesand
The India Club Coffee Hour will Sigma Lambda Chi meets i*
meet In Johnson Lounge, Florida Room 210, Florida. Union at 7. to assist in economic develop-
Union at 9. Delta Sigma PI meets in Room ment there.
121, Florida Union at '7.
Grants of financial aid have been
Bridge lessons will be givenin
SUNDAY, Feb. 9: Room (215, Florida Union at made by their governmentsto
7. many of the students. Becauseof
The Christian Science Club currency restrictions,even
meets in Room 218, Florida Unionat WEDNESDAY, Feb. 12: those who may have their own
6:30. funds are required to obtain

Student Group for Equal Rights Lyceum Council presents the government approval before
meets in Room 212 them to this
Florida Unionat University Symphony Orchestra, transferring coun-
8.All Edward Troupln conducting, In try to use for living expenses.
Campus Bridge Tournament University Auditorium at 8:15 p.m. The U. S. government now per-
plays in the Oak Room, Florida Engineering Dames meet In mits some gainful employment by
Union at 2. foreign students when the required
Bryan Lounge, Florida Union at 8.
I permission has been obtained.
Circle K Club meets in Room
MONDAY Feb. 10 They work at-a full-time
: 212, Florida Union at 6:30 may Job
for one-third of a year in any
The Hostess Committee meetsIn
Real Estate Club meets in Room one year. In Gainesville only a
Room 215, Florida Union at 4.
208, Florida Union at 7. few foreign students have been
Insurance Society meets in able to find temporary employ-
Johnson Lounge, Florida Union at ment of that kind.
3 7. THURSDAY, Feb. 13: Foreign students at the UF agree
Sailing Club meets in Room 218, that housing is one of their great
Florida Union at 7. Lyceum Council presents the est problems. Because of limited
Chicago Opera Ballet under the funds and sometimes dietary restrictions -
TUESDAY, Feb. 11: direction of Ruth Page at 8:15 it is advisable for them
: ; In University Auditorium. to live where they can do their
Fine Arts Committee presentsDr. Fine Arts Committee meets in own cooking. They must be near
trr Didier Uraeffe at 3:30 in the Room 114, Florida Union at 3:"" enough to the campus to walk to
IIr "1IIIIII' I Florida Union Johnson's Lounge. Delat Sigma Pi meets in Roo..._ class. Housing of that kind is
SPLASH His subject will be "Opera Bal- 324 and 121, Florida Union at 7. difficult to find In) Gainesville.
.goes an unidentified UF student as he hits the waterin ., .--- ,

traditions.Nightingales Gator Pond.. He fell victim to one of the UF's oldest I A New House For DPhiEs II

I -- - -- --

The D Phi E's officially displayed a touch of elegance to their new 'The wood-paneled recrea-
Invade UF their nev n.>me to the pub- home. A romantic walk on the tion room Is one of the most use-
lic at an Open i..use on Friday, patio at night is accented by an ful rooms in the house. It is the
'-' Jan. 31. The main point of con- iridescent blue fountain, with ben hub of entertainment; including a

Nightingales will invade University 5 to 7. Everyone is invited to versation was a hand-painted, abstract ches surrounding it. T. V., stereo,piano, and comfortable -
Auditorium tonight at 8. Although the DDD House for the dinner. mural depllcting an Orien- chairs around the fireplace.
most songbirds fly south Admission is one dollar. The tal scene in the spacious dining For those girls who have culi- After visiting their new home,
for the winter, these creatures Trl-Delts are proud of the three room. nary Interests and wish to display you can easily see why the D
have decided to stay in North new members from their house Of interest to those who are their talents, the D phi E's have Phi E's are so thrilled and proud.It .
Florida in order to present Pan- added to Angel Flight, Ann study-minded was the upstairs their own kitchen in their dormi- is certainly a drei"n come true.
hellenlc Sing, the annual sororitysong Bredauer, Terry Kenworthey, and study lounge, complemented by tory area. Besides housing forty
fest. Lauranne Wells.At various files and research mater- girls, there is a special room in fortunate girls, as their sorority
Song practices have become of ials.The which guests are always welcome. house is the first centrally air-
first Importance In each of the a slave auction at the KD circular stairway and the The changing Gainesville weather conditioned and heated home on
thirteen sororities which will house the sold their unusual crystal chandeliers add will have little effect on these campus.
pledges ser- t' .. .,. .. .._ ......
"' ---- -- -- <-> -- -
present eight minute programs vices to the sisters last Satur- .. ,
complete with theme, costumesand day. The money will be usedto
'1 1r
in some cases, a dance. buy the pledge gift for the
This is not a prof it-making house. A birthday party was heldat
show. Panhellenlc Council has Sunland Thursday for one of
adopted two main projects this the children.The .
year. Part of the money raised D Phi E's have been keep-
from Panhellenlc Sing will be spentin ing busy since their successfulopen '
awarding some deserving coeda house last week. LlndaSperling :

$226 scholarship, while the remainder informally pledged, is a new
is sent to a young po- addition to the D Phi E girls. 1 I
; 76
verty-stricken Philippine girl. They also claim a new member toAngelFlight a\a
Breaking its tradition, Pan- --Llnda Weinberg.Beth v ae. .N#' t 1
hellenic Sing will not be competitive Kraselsky is the newly appointed -
but will have the sole pur- managing editor of the I I I
pose of presenting enjoyment to Semlnole. -
the spectators and raising funds The Alpha Chi's were wined and
for the two projects. dined at the FIJI house Wednes-
Tickets are on sale for 25 cents. day night. Sue Miller of the lzl
Along with pressing song prac- AXO's was chosen an Angel Flight
tices and campus politics, soror- member. Othello, the magnifl-
ity girls still manage to find time cant basset, lost his happy homeat I ---
for other activities. The Trl- the Alpha Chi house and is
NEW DINING HALL
Delta pledges are having a spa- now residing in the wide open

ghetti dinner Sunday, Feb. 9 from spaces of Land O' Lakes. .with modern art on back wall at D Phi E sorority house. r







-



J_ ---
---- -----s


.


FridayFeb.7,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 5



Locked ; I r Gator Wins I


- -
Write-Ins I day ranged from heavy at the law I
Not Cast (Continued From Page 1)) school to light at the Hub. \

Bill DeGrove. He placed the final Members of the UF's Plants
Election confusion over write-In candidates forced the machine," said Joseph A. Mastro, 4PE. "Poll number at a little more than and Grounds crew will be taking
major aT-. unced candidates into the background in officials told me they knew nothing about write-in's. 7,000. down, picking up, and throwing
the early :rlods of today's election. They said I could complain if I wanted to, but that was Harshaw also appeared before away campaign "poop" for the I
The mix-up came when it was discovered that all." the Bryan Lounge audience at about next few days. These are the !
the write-in slots were locked on 40 of the 42 voting 8 p.m. -- 30 minutes before Ken- sheets which by this time have been .
machines. A candidate has 48 hours after the polls close to nedy--to concede defeat. distributed high and low from one
"The write-in positions are normally open," said protest an election. If the honor Court feels the com- end of the campus to the other and,
Secretary of Interior Bill DeGrove. "Wednesday plaint is justified, a new election for that post must "I enjoyed working In Student depending on the individual's party
morning we discovered the error. We had no time be held within two weeks. Government this year," lIarshaw allignment, either got the jobdoneor
to make the change." "We will most likely hold another election for the said, speaking with heavy emotionin stand as a monumental reminder -
H.W. Bethea, voting machine deputy from the county College of Physical Education,"' stated Honor Court his voice. "I would also like of a task which never got
registration office stated he had not been told to Chancellor Herb Blessing. to wish the best of luck to the off the ground.

put the write-in slots in operation. "Some of the "Nobody said anything to me about write-in votes," new president and hope that he
machines did not even have paper behind the slots," said Paul T. Green, poll official in the Florida Union. has a good year. Student Government -
he said. "Nothing In the machine tells you how to write in a has advanced this year andI
Bonnie Fay Vandroff, 3PE, write-in candidate for vote either," he added. know that it will under the new
Honor Court Justice from Physical Education said, Maurice R. Plumb ,said,"I don't understand it. president." Security is
"I told an election official I wanted to write-in a Unless all the write-in slots are unlocked, what goodis
took
Kennedy the lead on results
vote for Bonnie Vandroff. He told me I couldn't do the purpose of a write-in vote. I think they shouldall from the law school and never relinquished giving your Valentinethe
it, there was no provision for such a candidate. AndI be ready for use."
it. Perhaps one of the brand
-new
pad four dollars to qUality' she said. "It Is an error on my part," DeGrove said, "we significant results of the electionwas
"I asked for write-in instructions before entering didn't have time to change the machines."
the small margin by which PEANUTScartoon
dHilliIDtUM] tM @mMij [ tml&1lMm.i1lli&t1 !lm1tTh1"ti 1:1ID_ "''' lIarshaw carried the engineering
--''$;_:<<.;,o>>):::::::xy' ''' :;:m ;' ':':'''-w;: :' :;;@:;:::w:@ m.j::;;>,i, ::,*'::ii"i":.::.;:;.m.m; : ::. '$ : '$. \,*,_,,,,_,,,,_,,,,,_,,,. ,_,,,....._,.. school, his home college. lIar- book

shaw had been expected to builda
I Write-In WinsOnly strong lead on voting among the .

engineers--much more than the .
391-254 difference which de :>
write-in candidate elect- Carmel, a graduate of the Uni- week. -
\
ed in yesterday's campus elec- versity of Miami and a juniorin Carmel decided to run on the veloped.In .

tions was Allan B. Carmel, 6PH, the College Pharmacy,pledged last qualifying day, January 31, the law school, with only 334
who was elected as Legislative himself to actively representthe and due to a misunderstanding was voting, Kennedy performed aboutas -i f
Council representative from the interests of the College at forced to run as a write-In can- expected. He carried the i"--
College of Pharmacy. Mortar and Pestle last
a meeting didate. school, 233101.
.
.
m: ::::::Wf1fm:: :::: ::mlli@,.: m: w: ??:::;:;::m';:i:1::::!:;':{: :::r-1WUr.: : %:m\t:::::\ : :!;jt: :::::::;:M::::::::::00:::&:: r.m:mf: : m_1*_ m{"_"'_'>_""'_''''''_''''_''''_''_'_' 'I Voting most
tmliKilltIDm2'illHi@iliti nKi; EMjjMm@jii: lill 1Mi.@ MitljMf@.KWMmmRti\WmimML; : ,, .... throughout of the &i1


I Full ResultsContinued WE'RE


( From Page 1)) Blot (V) 284; Andrew C. Hall JournalismJoe Earl Barker ((0) 778; Linda Let-
Lisa Bourkard (V) 37. (Unal) 72.Business Coudon) 70;Johanna Hill- sic (V) 778; John Ostrow (0))
Nursing Administration dring (0)) 64. 773; Mike Stratton (V) 773; Les RIGHT
Janice Snyder (V) 35; Linda Henry Raattama (V) 175; Linda Nursing Burke (G) 767; Ward Arrington
Reed (G) 25.Sophomore Ricker ((0)) 175. Karen Ayers (0)) 32; Frankie (G) 763; Doug Lynn (V) 761;
Class 1 Education Purvis (V) 28. Jay Wertheim (V) 758; Dewey BEHIND-:
Ben Saxon f ( ) 798; Desta Homer (G) 789; hael Simmons (V) 126. Carmel (V -write in) 59; Karen (V) 676; Mike Buckler (V)
Mike Stratil (V) 724. Medicine Peters (G) 30. 644; Don lIejna (V) 38; John
Freshman Jack Copperman (G) 36. Arthur .
Class Physical Education McDermott (Unaf) -- YOU
Elizabeth White (G) 1,056; PharmacyDon Jerry Livingston (G) 27; Jim
George Lloyd (G) 1,039Wayne Hall (V) 49; Stan Howard Boyesen (V) 12. Freshman Class
Thomas (V) 1,004; Fred BaggettV (Unaf) 18. Robert Segal ((0) 1,111; Gall CHARLIE
( ) 949.Legislative. Law LawL. Roberts (0)) lt)97) ;Joel H.DrownG
Tom Freeman (V) 181; Dennis M. Buddy Blain (V) 189; ( ) 1,091; Alison Conner ((0)
Council McGilllcuddy (G) 147. Charles Lea Hume (G) 108. 1,077; Michel Meares) 1,051;
AgricultureJim EngineeringBill Medicine Andy Berky (0)) 1,028; Jo .. BROWNby
Wilcox Jr. (V) 112; Myron Hartman (V) 325; John Knox Richard (Dickey) Jones ((0) 38. Borum (G) 1,019; James Fo&..
Peters (G) 44. (0)) 63; Joseph Katz (Unaf) 16. .Sophomore Class (G) 1,014; CUt Davis (V) 988;
ArchitectureCal ArchitectureSam Carolyn Smith (G) 899; Linda Mike Monaghan (V) 978; Bill
Jordan (G) 61. L. Boglio (V) 67; Gilbert RochA (G) 851; Bobbl ThorneV Goodwin (V) 935; Emily Benson Charles M. Schulz
Arts & Sciences Backenstoss (G) 32. ( ) 827; Bill Johnson (0)) 824; (V) 920; Fred Helllnger (V) 914;
Roseann Spicola (G) 375; John Physical Education Meg Sowell (G) 821; Tom Rich- Leonard Mazur (V) 867; George A I/Illy/ I .$1 I bookftor it your collig*
Kaylor (G) 368; Martha SlinnG Judy Fisher (G) 21. mond (G)812;Dan R.Carmichael Register (V) 839; Jay ScheckV)
( ) 348; Dennis E. Guidi (G) (V) 797; John Baum (0)) 791; 835. Holt Rinehart and Winston, IDC.
330; Nancy Lucas (V) 328; Mike Business Administration
Nabi (V) 303; Ann McAdams (V) Tommy Tart (G) 195; Charlie ,
301; Donald Albury (V) 300; Plumb (G) 185; Eric Smith (V)
Bob Backoff (Unaf) --. 170. fa
Denning (G) 3,990; Gail Olah (G) Education
'
3,222; Tom Still (V) 19; Art Delores LaFerche ((0)) 165; Pam fa ARROWholds thatiger
Wood (V) 3,103; Sally StidhamV Farrish (G) 162; Jerry Ross (G) : ,

( ) --; Jean Eagleson) 2,974; 160; Doug Dillon (V) 156; Bob %. ', "'' .
Claudia Nobles (G) 3,176. Hobgood (V) 143; Frank Gllnn ci ARROW tamed the collar andthe ktlr r

(V) 138. ( stripes run wild in this hand .
/ ri .,,
Board of Student Publications EngineeringRandy )
Ron Spencer (V) 3,537; Karen Lee (V) 299; Virgil W. (r some Gordon Dover Club button- f' ( S j 4
Potter Hack (V) 3,331 ; John Scott Jr. (V) 296; Exum WalkerV fa '
Askin (V) 4,068; Tom Kiefer (G) ( ) 290; Doug BELL (G) 263; down. The buttons are whipped -- 't t

3,210; Barbara Keller (G)3,361; Tom Palmer (0)) 260; Bonnie fa precisely into place to make r4 ( :
Jess Markham (G) 29. Fairbanks (0)) 260.
ForestryBobMcKalnV)13 the collar roll over gently .

Honor AgricultureBob Court Justices fafa without looking flat S

Scully (V) 100; Jim Simpson Health-Related Services and playing dead. 'I'
(G) 57. Dottie L. Rosenshein (V) 25; S :
Arts & SciencesJo Deanna Cobo (0)) 22; Martha fa The styling is ivy. ii \ I
Ann Notaris (G) 350; William Joiner (Unaf) 1.
clean, lean, fully ;, : \ 's W
..-- ---"I" S / trn \ '

tapered body with \\

fafa back pleat, button k' ; "s \
:
CASH j: : and hang loop. \ \ \ !I

fa Stripes and stripes -- It t

to choose from
fa

Marion Finance and solids, too.Machines .

ff


R: 6-5333 LOOPS up to S600 222 W. Urfiv. Ave. Jrr\fTv at only $5.00 ....

.
"" "
"







-- ---- -
-



6 The Florida Alligator FridayFeb.7,1964.


..ediCCOJt9i: I.E





HibernationThe


atte"-ath of an election. \ SSSS dhw

The tew ours of celebration by the victors, and soul searching of
the defeated, to find out "where we went wrong."
The time In which congratulations are given and received; some-
times sincerely, and sometimes in a half-hearted fulfillment of duty. ---
The time in which a man is supposed to undergo the metamorphisisthat ---

matures him from a politician into a statesman.In j 4 w, --
the past few weeks, a concerted effort has been made to influencethe <, --
student body to take an active interest in the running of Student .IIIIJ.
Government. Both parties have molded their philosophies and carved :
PaRtY
their platforms into the Image they hope most nearly reflects the
attitudes of the campus population.


\\I The students have Judged on the strength of these platforms and
the personalities behind them; and the objects of their choice, last

night, stood on the receiving side of the congratulatory hand shake. .. I'
And now in the calmer atmosphere of the "morning after," we
add ours.
And of Ken Kennedy and all his supporters who have worked so

feverishly to bring about yesterday's victory, we ask a repetitionof
the tired old saying "We have not yet begun to fight." Because,
if you mr:'ke a sincere effort to carry sure there are some nice guys in their party. Of course, I wouldn'twant

in your platform, your battle Is only minutes my sister to marry one. ,


The Alligator challenges you to pin a
the wall of your office, and let It act as a
WHY you are in that office.

During the campaign, we alleged some of
Literate Pursuit Of Knowledge
form were "ple-ln-the-sky promises," the
outside the bounds of our ability to

prove us wrong--and make us admit it in our Replying to Mr.Hastings'label- ting. When all, and I stress the

Now that the excitement of the campaign that Mr. Paul ings of novels for Dr. Scott, I word "all," individuality has been
will return to their steady diet of think that I am correctlyfor the choice
guilty of the very speaking destroyed, only open
the academic ground lost during the Dr. Scott when I that to the
he charges Dr. say protagonist is to separate
that SG faces Its most crucial battle-- in his letter of Jan- CANDIDE is the type of novel that from the group. In this case,with-

That Is to say, correctly belongs within his definition out the act of separation, there
It Is In the semi-privacy of offices, that that he is either of a good, or "fruitful," can be no individuality. How,
vacancies are filled and the personality of or simply misled work. For, although the hero is In any conventional setting, the
to take shape. The rapport established of knowledge in the In sharp disagreement with muchof mere declaration of individuality,
during these first formative weeks will his culture, he exists within the through separation,does not really
for the rest of the year. that I am doing framework of that culture. The give a state of selfhood and Indi-

These are the weeks when pressure to Dr. Scott's poor or "unfruitful" novelist, by viduality. For these qualities imply -
waving results of the check-off system, and I state that the cen- Dr. Scott's definition, would have the ability to face adversity,
fur political plums to which, they believe, his talk on Tues- his hero retreat to a remote location and to overcome it, if at all
titled them. Religion and Life bemoaning the faults and possible. A "querulous retreat
This is the time when It becomes easy to there can be no injustices of his society,but giving into the self," to quote Dr. Scott,
conciousness the promises you made to to a literary little thought to what could be doneto does not give individuality, and it
groups, to whom you attributed so much the hero is seen realistically correct these is the protagonist who has sucha

paign.So out of contact shortcomings. And, certainly, he trait of querulous retreat into
culture. never gets close to actually per- the self, a kind of withdrawal,

your days of greatest challenge are did not say that the forming any corrective action, as it were, who is the chief indicator -
campaign was only a proving ground for the disagree with the other than possibly a fewdestruc- of the type of novel that
It Is sometimes said that Student him. I mere- tive manoeuvres which would Dr. Scott labels "unfruitful." Dr.

comes out once a year, feasts on its annual I believe Dr. Scott probably, In reality, set his cau' Scott is not opposed to individualism -
retires Into the third floor of the Florida live in that cult- back as much as they would advance and on the contrary sup-
nation. with it. To the it. ports individual freedom and individual -
If so, here's hoping that this will be agrees with the na- My opinion of Ayn Rand per- responsibility. However,
Student Government has ever taken. ,he will go along haps varies slightly from the opin- the freedom cannot exist for long
the extent that he ion of Dr. Scott, who, at the coffee with the responsibility. Dr. Scott

it, he will attempt hour colloquium after his Tuesday does not demand of his protagonists -
He will not withdraw evening address, described her that they conform to society,
Fla.'I'm(an4 >ence, usually, philosophy, objectivism, as a sort but rather that they interact withit
-/cation) at the of "half-baked Nietzscheanism"which and his only quarrel is with
lodi with things which struck him as being those novelists who would have

will react positive- "quite antlhumanlstlc." Althoughhe their protagonists exist in a social -
He will (Ideally) did not elaborate upon any of vacuum.
Being somewhat cynical, we find It and will not her novels, I will take the libertyof
the two parties could have a monopoly the struggle, for interjecting, at this point, a On the bases of these argu-
ments, I maintain that Mr. Hastings' -
for each position. soul comment or two on ANTHEM in
(or spirit, or and
Since neither party completely swept the you will) will be- in the middle of my apologia."I Incorrect.As charge is both unfair

that we were not alone In this belief. He does not need ," of Ayn Rand's ANTHEM, .
And there IS room for Individualism in this to maintain found himself in a rather unus- a final note to Mr. Hastings,
a code of morality entirely con-
He does not flee, ual setting, to say the least. I
gruent with Man's nature would
feel
that
him to all that he ANTHEM must be treatedas
lead and
to wholesale treachery
Keep your hands a special case, along with 1984,
slaughter to the ultimate disadvantage -
The Florida ,
He does not merely perhaps BRAVE NEW WORLD,
constructively to etc., by virtue of Its unusual set- of even the most cun-
Served by United Press ning and strong. This is not by
Life he
as per- of saying that I believe IK
Editor ........................... .... .. PraiseEDITOR way
some immutable code of ethics,
Managing Editor ...... ............. .... ..
but rather I believe in a code
Assistant Managing Editor...... .... .. :
Paper through which Man's nature and
Editorial Editor .. .. .... .... :; Are you allowed to praise some-
aims can best be served in the
\ Sports Editor .... ... ..... ......... .. ..... thing In The Alligator? I hope so. long run and moral and ethical. ,
wire Editor .. .......... ..... ........ ... The NOR AD Cavalcade of a )
anarchy is not such a code. Instead -
Feature Editor, ... .... .. .... ... ... ... addressed this let- Music It was simply great. The
what is called for is a
Campus Living Editor ......... .. II .. .. editor, but after tribute paid to Major Glenn Miller realism-cum-ethics the ethics
,
Editorial Assistants... .John Hancock, We believe," I find It by the NORAD"Commanders"Orchestra -
being
empirically derived and cor-
Gall Sobering, Nancy Zimmet, Alan that Mr. Berko- was particularly apt, for related through Man's Innate potential -
Betsy Garrison.Reporters..Mike. that title. Incom- although it has been nearly two
for intelligent action. Or,
Power, Jim Castello, the part of the offi decades since his death, his dance In other words, rational em-
Douglas Molitor, Donlta Mathison, Sally excuse for throwing music is still the most popularin piricism.
Noble, Ann Carter, Joe Kollln, Pam floor. If the fans, the world.
I hope that I have not done
Meserve, Bob DeLoach, Fran: Snider, Berkowitz, have no I would like to thank all those violent injustice to Dr. Scott's

Jean Fagot, Judy Teich, Evan Engle, their disgust, then who made the NORAD Command philosophy, and, although my defense -
Steve Vaughn, Don Federman, Becky stay home. I think Band appearance possible for a at best only gives an Ink-
Jackie Cornelius j Pat Hogan, Charner coaches, and most enjoyable afternoon.Perhaps ling of the depth of his perceptionand
WIWalll1' Don Davis, Terry Rogers, and rightly call them- we may have a return performance understanding, I hope that It

THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the fans would agree that soon. John C. WIll]a[ is sufficient enough to meet the

ft University of Florida and is published should be confined (Editor's Note O.K. John, Just unperceptive interpretations of

ring the months of May, June, and July, this'once, we'll relax our firm such people as Mr. Hastings.
fshed. THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is rule of only printing the most .
it the United State Post Office at Gainesville, Jim Curry, 1UC vindictive letters.) Daniel Goodman, 2.UC.Page .








------- -



..--. ...--

.-- : pae"7: I


Friday,Feb. 1964 The Florida Alligator
This Is The A



Way It Was A f b e R V ; a} $

Ii S m ty
y i

:

E f 4
a
4 iw


t


a Is


a
asb

a !,

t. ,



! x 4 rz
d yr
4

I I }' THE WINNERS -- GATOR PARTY. .

HAPPY PARTY! CHAIRMAN and new President Ken Kennedy.and Co. are shown here shortly after announcement -
Bob Wilson, and wife Alice await the arrival of Ken of the Gator victory from left to right are Steve Freedman, vice-presidential
Kennedy the Florida Union. campaign manager; Dick Gober, new vice-president; Kennedy; Carol Stockhill, soror-
ity coordinator; and Bob Wilson, party chairman.

''*","-. ....
.. \
:


9


tl'BLACKBOARD' I III [ :ii L- :

r
l }
.
II All Photos .'
:
By Phil _
r l Krug '1Lj' ,..1(

t


L iN i rJki

; S
--- -- --
Jrf.
GIRL _-i .J'1l4l.t'\I'! :,;,\; yr 1 : 4
'-
Betty Wendt of the Alli- DEFEATED CANDIDATE

gator Staff puts Op the final Fronk Harshaw speaks to the crowd in Bryant Lounge."I I

... _. tally. wish Ken Kennedy the best of luck, he said.

I ,
-'kr w Ir i"
'd
Q aYr
eg


I / : 7y"
v
6" r
BtTs1 1Ph

Pfr ,,
7
nf I
,
u Er ';Js

r + A.Ao _




4M
/Y y g bl. n
,
,
aP


_. .
-- I ''' w r r 7- : _
_
EXCITED CROWD
filled Bryant Lounge for the better part of two hours KENNEDY AND GOBERas

election returns came in from Honor Court. Each announcement make their speeches of acceptance to the waiting crowd. "I extend my greatest
was greeted with loud cheering. thanks to all those who helped me, "he said. "We have begun, "Gober said.



r



8 The Florida Alligator Friday/Feb.7,1964gtor



I; LAS S I I 4 I Fl) SE r




TO PLACE YOUR MESSAGE ON THIS PAGE CALL UNIVERSITY EXTENSION 2832 OR STOP IN ROOM 12, FLORIDA UNION BUILDING


.

Help WantedGAME I II WantedWANTED I I Car Rental J I For RentFOR I I Autos I



ROOM Instructor. 15 hoursa 1950-54 FORDS AND ECONO-CAR puts you in the dri- RENT Trailer with cabana 1958 THUNDEREIRD Hardtop.Extra -
week. 75$ an hour. Call after CHEVROLETS. Herndon's Ser- ver's seat for $3.99 plus 9? per inquire Ellis Guynn Village Barber clean, 4 seats, radio, heater.
1:00 2-5341 or 2-5342.E-88-3t-c). vice Station. Located 916 S.E. 4th mile per 12 hour day. An extra Shop, Archer Road Village.B-89- Very low milage. A bargain at
.(C-83-tf-c). dollar for 24 hours. FR 6-3644. $1400. Call 6-0104 after 6 p.m.
I need a maid to do Ironing In (N-tf-91-c). SINGLE ROOM, new comfortablebed. (G-90-3t-c).
my home. Call 376-2178. (E-90-
.
tf-c). DELIVERY BOYS hours 4-10 Adjoining bath. Short walkto
Meal Broasted campus. $1.00 a day for balanceof
MAN EXPERIENCED IN RADIO, p.m.Chicken Restaurant.plus salary.Must have I Services 1 Feb. Also new apartment. Fur- 1957 Blue MGA. Good condition.
HI-FI, tape recorder repair for car. (C-85-tf-c). nished, air-conditioned. Washing Has just been overhauled. Call
part-." e work. Call Dan Shawat machine. (B-82-tf-c). 2-9260 or 6-1849 ask for Russ
6-5340 oetween 1:30 and 5:30. Mathis.(G-S8-5t-c).
(E-91-5t-c). WANTED -- 2 MALE students to CHILDCARE $8.00 week ($1.60 WANTED oced to share house In
share 6 room Apt. with 3 other day). Babysitting .40 hour. (any- N.E. with 2 other girls $40 utilities '59 ENGLISH FORD with radio,
time). Ironing $2.50 basket. Call Included. Call 2-4231 ,
senior male students. day
Apt. com- heater, 30 MPG. Excellent condi-
I PersonalLINCOLN plete with fully furnished kitchen 2-7601, .120 N.W. 9th St. (M- 6-1360 night. Irene Lasota. (B- tion. Call 2-5290. (G-84-5t-c).
and study room. 231 S.E. 2nd St. 89-5t-p) 84-10t-c). ..___..__
6-1592. (C-75-tf-c).
FOR INFORMATION on Cooperative -
TYPING -- A". kinds rough drafts, '61 FALCON. Excellent condition.
DAY DINNER.ThursdayFeb. term papers, I I'- sis,dissertations, apartments in new UniversityPark Radio and heater. 2'-9946.G-88-
13th at 6:30 p.m. UniversityInn. WANTED -- Male roommate to manuscripts, novels, IBM type- development write P.O. Box 3t-p).
$3.00 per person. Reserva- SHARE APARTMENT FR 2-3748. writer. Reasonable rates. 2-0328. 11025, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
tions 2-5247 or 6-4139.J-88-5t- (C-83-5t-c. ). 815 S.W. 10th St. (M-83-tf-c). (B-80-10t-c).
1959 CHEVY ,
Biscayne Economical -
Attractive, warm KOOM In new
home. Ideal for study. Kitchen 6 cylinder with standard trans-
Rock mission. Radio and heater, Excellent
-
privileges. Need car. Call after
I STATEJ condition. $795.Phone 376-
4:00 p.m. 372-8944 or FR 6-6064.
1 Hudson s : (B-89-3t-c). 1475. (G-89-3t-p).

-. i :Wf.{ HOUSE FOR RENT-One year lease
CI) ; Paula ':<::'1't::"' $125 per month. Located near '54 FORD, 2 door, beautiful ori-
Q Littlewood Elementary School. 3 ginal finish. Never been dented.
: -It' bedroom, 2 baths. Call Arnold Economical 6 cylinder. $325 or
3: M C) V:Z:>) it Prentiss y J ,. 11db Realty Co. 2-3522. (B-77-5t-c). best offer. 468-1851. (G-88-3t-c).

NEW APARTMENT. Furnished,
o 716ttl' air-conditioned,washing machine.Al 1959 LINCOLN 2 door originalcost
:** room in private home, use
extra
< d $7,000. An good buy
of washing machine, phone, and
o for $1,200. Call FR 2-3251 after
:c <.=> kitchen. Girls or boys. Call 6- 6:00 p.m. (G-89-tf-c).
0 JI' 0140. B-82-tf-c).
a L '. HELD OVERII I .

V" v: 5 [ / k 2nd Big Week TS. < I HEELS SOLES put put on on in in 5 15 minutes minutes 1957 FORD 2 door, 6 cylinder,

; .. open 6; show 7 standard transmission and heater.
R1.101'SOtf |
bu.R *
M 33,000 actual miles. Contact Wade
MODERN SHOE|
$ We've done it againl Pardon our boasting but we have REPAIR SHOP Cook at Pinehurst Trailer Park.
cv, another First Run Hit that Gainesville won't let go. So across from 1st notional bar'!; 3530 S.W. 24th Ave. lot 9. (G-
..:: you won't be disappointed we're holding over, PLUS a 91-5t-c).
% ..L new second feature and another big surprise (see below] 'T
_.* Come early and see all three.
Tolbert Area Films


Y ao 8:00 pm FRIDAY, Midnight SATURDAY

w 'E NATALIE I I WOOD South Hall Rec Room


SIEVE I 1. Jules Verne's

r: .. Love WITH THe
I. at 9:05 IPWU "
W Friday IIIHIDAR MRINGeIt \1
Saturday at 8:40 r1v. ,. lu"OIDSCtUl, + l_ JOURNEY to the CENTERof
o o a> =-.-. .....-. .-....----- ..- "-_...---= -

''S.==:- Hollywood Sneak -.. the EARTH "

w E -cI>11iiJ =: pPjVitWTath r ..



SORRY, CAN'TDIVULGE very ------
o -- TITLE1 I Resv1or Arrn ,
:z: : Friday & Saturday, 7 & 9 p.m.


2nd Laff Hit 3rd Action Hit ,\

Friday 7:00 -F Saturday ONLYSaturday Lc 1Ttt qVIET OWE"Sunday

>- 10:30 at 7:00 pm .... .

I tell you, :
chum..
CC "
laughs 7 p.m only

- itis!
t 1
,\
SPEt. OUND'1FLORIDA
FRaNKSiaaTRa .
CofflEBior


' I. YOUR HORN[ .
v' UNION
1ELNNN N hl 1. AUDITORIUMge




e .


-



--- *I -. tJ ,

t
r






Friday, Feb.7,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 9

-1 1UF

Says Music Head




r SaleMILL Faciiities; ; ; HamDer Shows I


I

Poor facilities in the University Auditorium will prevent audiences this university ts suffering from a lack of balance," said Poole. I

ENDS -- HENDERSON'SMILL from receiving the full benefit of future fine arts productions, according When asked whether the city of Gainesville, which also benefits

STORE, U.S. Hwy. 19 Cry- to Reid Poole, head of the Department of Music. from the university productions, had any facilities that the school '

stal River, Fla. -- Only 1 hour Citing the upcoming performance of the Chicago Opera Ballet in could use, Poole said that "Gainesville is in just as bad shape as the

15 min. from Univ.Literally TONS connection with Fine Arts Week next week as an example, Poole university."

OF TOWELS AND MILES OF FA- said that the ballet company will not be able to use all of its: scenery "The city has a $6 million bond issue to. be voted on soon but it

BRICS. See the lovely colors avail- because of a lack of lines and footlights. contains no provision for an auditorium."

able for your home. IRREGULARSOF Inadequate dressing rooms and limited wing space will also present The last biennial budget presented to the 1963( Legislature containeda

FINE QUALITIES. Many first difficulties to the company. The cast of fifty people will be forcedto request from the UP and the Board of Control for a quarter mil-

quality Items also. Our Carpet share washroom facilities with the public. lion dollars to renovate the present auditorium. This plan was thrown

ends are beautiful and about three out in toto and replaced by the bond issue.

fourths off. The finestbedspreads The same problems also prevent the scheduling of certain broad-' According to Poole there is no indication that anything can be done

one-third off. Tel. 7953399. (A- way road shows. The great demand on the gym means that many until 1968 and this is not definite.

67-tf-c). times things can't be had even when they are available, Poole said. "The Department of Music and the Lyceum Council are presently

"The fine arts and humanities area of the university are lagging.A making good use of the facilities. There are so many building needsat

BOLEX 16 mm roll load turret great university must have a balanced program but it seems that the university that it is simply a matter of priority," said Poole.

movie camera. Normal and wide- .
angle nses. $100. Room 11, ---- I

Florida Union. (A-lt-tf-c). '


BEST HOME BUY. Under $20,000for Florida Players To Act"The Jury Ponders

this charming 3 br., 2 bath I

home. Located on a large lot on

paved street. Fenced backyard for BeckwithCaseJACKSON
children and pets. Handsome living House of BernardaAlba," the towns and villages of Spain.

room opens into screened the first production of the winter The work which won him great- I

porch. Telephone Arnold RealtyCo. trimester by Florida Players,was est fame wa 'rimer romancero I I I

372-3522. (A-77-tf-c). written by Federico Garcia Lorca.A gitano." In it he captures the Miss. (UPI) An to begin deciding the case.

native of Granada, Spain, Lorca spirt of the Andalusian peopleand all-white jury resumed delibera- He was portrayed alternatelyto

Small 2 bedroom HOUSE at 1954 was born in 1899. countryside in a combinationof tion of the fate of Byron De La the panel as a heartless killer

N.W. 34th Ave. With green alumi- Although he studied law in Gra- fantasy and realism. This Beckwith, accused slayer of Negro and as an innocent business man.

num siding. Terms of $120 down nada and Madrid, his real inter- appeared in 1928, while the play- leader Medgar Evers, Thursday being prosecuted for his militant

and $45 per month on total priceof est was In the people of Spain, wright was only 29. night following a break for supper. segregationist beliefs.

$4,500. Take a look and If as evinced by his first literary In 1929, Lorca visited New York, The 12-man panel had considered The jury got the case at 1:30

interested call number written in work, "Imp*essiones ypaisajes," which inspired "Poeta en Nueva the case for four hours and p.m., Est, but immediately tooka

window after 6:00 p.m.A-89-tt-c). which describes a Spanish town. York." Upon returning to Spain, 40 minutes without reaching a lunch break. It did not begin
By the time he was 20, he had he wrote two plays "Bodasde
gypsy ,
decision when it took time out to deliberating the case until 2:05:
begun to affirm himself as a poet and "Yerma."
sangre,
FOR SALE Est.Beckwith.
-- Drop-center office p.m.,
dramatist. He early devoted him- It is that although eat.When
perhaps Ironic -
desk, big and sturdy; needs the jury room door was was left in the almost
self to La Barraca, a vagabond he was a romantic, what for the break the courtroom to await the
refinishing. $50. Call Univ.extension opened supper empty ver-
2832.. theatre group that roamed through was to be his last play, "La casa large table around which the jury- dict.

de Bernarda Alba," should have men sat could be seen filled with

MOTORCYLCE Zundap, 250 cc. I been so realistic. In it, we wit- papers apparently the 60 docu- He was joined there by former

New paint and seat, saddle bags. ONE 'ULI POUND ii ness characters and a setting in ments Introduced in the trial. Mississippi Gov. Ross Barnett,

Need money must sell this week. ACC SlkLOIN ;i. which the story is potentially pos Beckwith, a Greenwood, Miss., who is head of the law firm help-

$195. Gary Room 8 FR 2-9303. STEAK .I- sible. fertilizer salesman had watched ing to defend Iteikwith.\

(A-89-3t-c). Bernarda Alba was completedjust Intently earlier in the afternoonas Dist. Atty. William Waller,
as the Spanish Civil War the 12 men filed into the room labeling Beckwith "the top coon

ATTENTION ralleyists. Heuer $1.95 broke out in 1936. It was onlya dog in Greenwood," did not ask

stop watches on chromed mounting few weeks later that the play- the jury to sentence him to death.

plate. Perfect condition.R. Cowles HALF POUND wright was murdered by a groupof U.S. HitsVietnamese lie did beg for a plea of guilty,
$l O armed fanatics, just outside
372-7748 nights. (A-86-tf-c). however, on grounds the state had
%
('''',(I-m" COOftTJrl Granada. Since his death, he has proved "beyond a reasonabledoubt"

HAM STEAk come to be recognized as a poetof
NEW HOMES IN PINE FOREST. that Beckwith put a bullet
Gdk. .sd QIt Gravy0MTOWER genius and oi.e of the foremost
from rifle Into
A few ready for Immediate occu- SAIGON, South VietNam a high powered
1'ODtID" I ... poetic dramatist of our time.
Evers back last June 12.
pancy. Gainesville's fastest grow- HOUSE (UPI) -- u. S. military advisers -
"The House of Bernarda Alba"wU1
ing new home community. VA, yesterday sharply
at 7:30
premiere p.m. on
FHA financing. Edwards Inc. criticized South Viet-
Hugh a
Feb. 12 in Norman Hall. The jury could return a guilty
N.E. 16th Ave. and 15thSt.2-1551. .. namese army operation against verdict but direct that Df'ckwlth
(A-70-tf-c). a Communist
guer-
be impresloned for life, or leaveit
rilla in the Mekong
stronghold -
up to Judge Leon Hendrick to
Unitarian Universo.'isf River i Delta
Fellowship as
do the sentencing. The only other
STERO 60 watt AMPLIFIER-pre- scarcely worth the cost in
possible verdict would be not guil-
I
amp. combination Heath.376-7491. 204 NW 1Utfl( Ave. lives and equipment the ty.

(A-91-lt-c). results it brought.The .
"What la going to kill me,"Wallace -
11 to 12 Sunday Service 11 ?u 12 Sunday School massive operation,
told the jury, "is to pick up
said to have been the largest -
the Saturday Evening Post in a
Speaker: Ronald Dalton helicopter-backed assault -
few months if you Acquit him and
I Lost & Found in military history,
Topic: "New Ideas in Retrospect" read "My True Story" by ByronDe
was directed against Communist -
La Beckwlth.
strongholds on
The case reached its conclu-
Thanh Phu Island,65 miles
sion in the eighth day of a trial
south of Saigon. It Involved -
that bit deeply into feelings on
BENRUS wrist watch,black leather 20,000 government the racial issue. Evers was state

band. Lost N.W. section of cam- troops, lasted 20 days and secretary for the National

pus. Reward! Call 6-4862. (L-86- ended Wednesday.In Association for the Advancement of

1 t-c). "tJDJo t J Jiellcopter that time, six Ameri-crew- Colored People and Beckwith Is

one of the most determined segregationists -
UNUSUAL CANDIES men and a British Royal in the state.
Air Force wing com-

mander flying as an observer -
FIIE'DS; Testimony brought to light
SAT R, CLISS were killed. Two
numerous letters that he had writ-
helicopters worth$600,000
'R Su T$ .. :fir rGffrr!:. were lost. Twenty govern- ten on the subject Including one y
gET
GIVE A saying there would need to be some"killings"
ment soldiers were killed,
I of "bad Negroes" In
: t 1 ::. BEAUTIFULHOLLINGSWORTH'S and 5 Americans and 39
the state to protect white women.
South Vietnamese soldiers
I The defense leaned heavily

r HEART wounded. throughout the can' on witnesseswho
Government forces
swore they fcBeckwlth In
claimed that Communist
Greenwood just before and just
guerrillas were killed, 102
1aterttbteUP after Evers was ambushed as he
captured and 143 suspectedReds
returned to his Jackson home
arrested during the
shortly after midnight from civil
operation which began Jan.
rights meeting.
.. 17.
rr \ :
Defense lawyer Stanny Sanders
.r American military advisers -
acknowledged that Beckwlth was
here were highly
an ardent believer in segregation,
critical of the operation,
UP TO $2000
then added that he is, too, Hardy
pointing out that the Viet
Lott, another of Beckwlth's
Cong toll has not beea confirmed. : -
". lawyers Is a former president of
the Greenwood Citizens Councl1.For .



10 The Florida Alligator FridayFeb.7,1964



Packaged News





Cease Fire End RelationsPARIS Rail Strike


BANGKOK, Thailand (UPI- (UPI) President WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen.
Foreign ministers of Charles de Gaulle of France Wayne Morse,D-Ore., warnedthe
Malaysia, Indonesia and the will end diplomatic relations Senate Wednesday night
y Philippines yesterday reached with the Chinese Nationalistssoon that space construction at

quick accord on measures to if they do not make the Cape Kennedy could come toa

r police the ,cease-fire in the break first, responsible halt if the Federal space
Frank Lentz Rogers Bartleyr Borneo Jungles, clearing the French government sources Agency permits the strike-

way for peace talks in the said yesterday.The bound Florida East Coast Railway -
t potential explosive dispute to use a new spur of line
There's big news about Living Insurance from Equitable.
sources described the in the center.
Gen. Robert Ken- space
Atty. F.
A series of tfiat liberalized benefits and
1 new policies give new nedy won agreement from breach as inevitable and saidit

1 benefits unique with Equitable. There's even a new look to Malaysia and Indonesia on a will come in the near future, Morse said in a Senate

1 all Equitable policies, making them easier to read and cease-fire during his recent probably soon after France speech that a decision by the

q understand. So if you've been planning to buy mission to the Far East on behalf sends a charge d' affaires to National Aeronautics and
insurance of President Johnson.The open an embassy in Peking. Space Administration (NASA)
now's the time to do it. Call The
United States feared the fighting The charge d' affaires, not to let the railway use the spur
Man from Equitable. Look ahead with- in Borneo could erupt into yet announced officially, is track raises the "strong like-

UVING INSURANCE..FROM EQUITABLE full scale war involving other expected to be Claude Chayet, lihood" of a major shutdown ,
nations. 44, until recently French con- at the Cape. (
\ sul general at Oran, Algeria.The .

Death Ray sources said the break Giants March
Frank Lentz & Rogers Bartley probably will occur sometime

between the arrival of the
236S.W.4thAve,. FR 2-1210 WASHINGTON (UPI) The
French charge d' affaires and
'. '- .. United f; ,'es and Russia are NAIROBI, KenyaUPIAragged
the naming of :a French am-
both try-. to develop a death bassador. army of 3,000 giant
ray, Chairman Richard Watutsl tribesmen was reported -
Russell, D-Ga., of the Senate marching from the

Armed Services Committeesaid Leader ArrestedMIAMI Congo on neighboring Rwanda
yesterday.But yesterday bent on avenging the
barring a major break- alleged massacre of thousandsof
through on a death ray, an their tribesmen by tiny
anti-missile missile, or some (UPI) The leader warriors of the fierce Bahutu
other revolutionary weapons of a right wing group was tribe.

system, the United States arrested yesterday chargesof The Watutsis, members of a
should stay ahead of Russia participating in a 1962 tribe of proud, 7-foot fightingmen
the 1960's ring" which bombed a news-
militarily through were described as armed
Russell said. paper editor's home and triedto only with bows and arrowsas
The Armed Services blow up a synagogue. they headed for Rwanda
Commitee and the Senate James H. Keattley, a weal- where unofficial reports have'

military appropriations sub- thy, 69-year-old building con said some 8,000 of their fellow
committee Wednesday finished tractor and president of tribesmen have been wiped out
hearing three days of testimony Florida State's Rights, Inc., by the Bahutus.
by Defense Secretary was arrested at his home by The newspaper Dally Nation
1. I just made a wry smart buy. 2. Its an item that will stand me Robert S. McNamara on U.S. four state and city agents.He here said the Watutsls will
Would you like<> hear ulxnit it? in good stead throughout my life. military posture. was charged in a two- face a Belgian officered

You ran see I'm nil ears. You don't say. Russell did not give detailson count information with bomb- Rwanda army equipped with
the death ray researchbutthe ing the home of Miami Herald machine-guns, mortars and
United States is known to editor DonShoemaker and with automatic weapons. One

be conducting research on the possessing Illegal explosives.The :: missionary in the border area I
potentialities of the laser, Feb. 18, 1962, bomb- was quoted as saying; "They
which produces a concentrated Ing outside Shoemaker's home will be mowed down like
intense beam of light Injured no one. flies."

J

.. ,

1I I 9i A-' : :: (


p11t 1 c: I,1




3. It guarantee! security for the 4. It tan provide money for my
family I e\peit to have shortly; children's education. ,
) : ,
) :
Interesting Is that so?

,
'' / Sr t ,t yr!; .tf\






l



.
,, ,o. ..'
"
'.
.,
.. .
.
t
.
To bowl them over-

tapered slacks from Jvlr. Thomson + "t

5 It can pay off the mortgage fl, Precisely And over 11 million ... .' with the built-in freedom ''
if I die Or make money people do' Because I was telling .. .
or f 'Giveawayhorizontal '
available for emergencies about Insurance .'
you Living .' ,
or opportunities. Or provide from Equitable stretch
a lifetime income when I retire.. '
Tell me more. .':"t with Lycrat : .i{
Look,if anything was I
that good 1,a lot of people
would have; it.

Galey&LorI\ A _

For information about Living Insurance, set The Man from Equitable.For :
information about career opportunities! at Equitable, see your
Placement Officer,or write to William E.Ble\.ins! ,Employment Manager.The H07 }ROADAYNI.OKK18.N,Y .,. '_ N

EQUITABLE Life Assurance Society: of the United States A Division of Itiirimutnu Industries

Home Office: 1285 Avenue of the Americas!,New York,N.Y. 10019 1964 f
VW ,
'" ....UY ...0 LOtIO t. It. OlrNO..OYr Ot ION. O11111e/1 ....0 ...ANOt.. tou f'ONti ItPage
I




1



IJ. .. .
"

..





"""

Fridav.Feb.7,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 11

urksr Greeks Fight




n South CVDrus


f *

NICOSTA (UPI) Turkish and Rowley Gibbs made an emergencytrip the ',,land since the Christmas c

reek Cypriots battled In southern by helicopter from Nicosiato holiday fighting between the feuding

yprus villaf yesterday In the command troops at the scene. Turkish and Greek Cypriots which _

eaviest cf wJtburst of fighting lie appeared to have established took a toll of at least 200 dead.It tj1
lince the Dec. 28 cease firen :an uneasy trice in some areas. culminated a new buildup of

this strife-torn Mediterranean tension that saw the U.S. Embassy
sland. Casualties were feared The fighting was the worst on bombed in Nicosia Tuesdav night.

o be heavy, and one village was
-
[eported in flames.
Mrs. Oswald Links _
rushed to
British troops were
Ihe area to try to separate the
arring camps. The hostilities Husband With/ Riflehad

[rupted Just a day after an emer- 4..
[ency U.S. airlift flew out most WASHINGTON (UPI) -The widow no knowledge of any kind con-

it the American women and of Harvey Lee Oswald completedher cerning the assassination beforeit
[hildren from Cyprus.At testimony Thursday before a occurred Nov. 22 In Dallas. SALE PRICES ON VARIOUS LADIES' ITEMS

commission investigating the But he said the 22-year-old
least six Greek Cypriots
slaying of President Kennedy by widowed mother of two felt "the
reported killed, five of them PRIeS
ere SALtON
linking her late husband with a rifle facts presented to her since the YcL
lice men or soldiers, and about
believed to have been the assas- assassination would not permither
15 others hospitalized.
sination weapon. to reach any other conclusion" MEN'S
Turkish Cypriot casualties were MOST CLOTHESfloujjtrecX227
Chief Justice Earl Warren, but that her ex-Marine husbandwas
ot known, but they were believedo
chairman of the special com- Kennedy's slayer.
| be heavy.
mission, also announced that "Mrs. Oswald has identified the
The village of Ayios Sozomenos,
Oswald's mother will appear rifle that was found on the sixth
tome 16 miles from Nicosia, was
: before the group Monday. floor of the Texas School Book
bne of the hardest hit in the daylong -
Warren paid tribute to Oswald's Depository Building in Dallas Immediately -
series of clashes. The village
Russian-born wife, Marina, as "a after the assassinationas
in flames. British
vas reported
very brave little woman" after the one which her husband keptat Avenue
[ were placed on a "prioritylert" West University
roops she finished her testimony.He their home prior to the assassination -
the island. Brig.
throughout
also told newsmen that she ," Warren said.


ovie Review


/ .: EXCITING THINGS HAPPEN AT FoRD MoTOR COMPANY !


FU Shows




''onficfion




By DON FEDERMANWhen ::


_
,, :,
: ; :
I was first told about

the movie, "The Quiet One," I : :;"

led myself to believe that it was '; .
to be a minor masterpiece. After (

all, it featured the writings of J \IP :::
James Agee. IR

Well Mr. is in it but
Agee ___ '"
say for a few lines in the begin-
ning and end of the film, Agee'srole %ftt..5

is that of a narrator.a good

one, but still a narrator).
Then there is the problem of a -

iocumentary. Janice Loeb has presented \\
a beautifully photographed _
Mm which tells a story in it- i

self. But the movie remains a _

iocumentary, which wouldn't be so
>ad If it weren't for the fact : rr

hat I had expected something else.

Anyway, although it is obvioushat
documentaries do not generatehe
enthusiasm of other cinema

ypes, this one is far better than
roost I have seen.


For one thing, its message of Good news
ompassion as therapy could be
ooked into by a good deal of the

'ducatlon, psychology, and socio- medium-cubed V-8's
ogy majors of this institution for aficionados of

ho apparently have allowed them-

he elves to complex become (bogged and often down ridi-inmost who prefer to remain shiftless !

:uloustheories) of personality and

;ociety. For another,all so-called
overs of civil rights might look -

nto this movie which deals specif Four.on.the.floor is fine but not everyone's cup of tea. If driving them. They enjoy meeting challenges like "Design

ally with the problems of a Negroy you're an automatic devotee we think you'll be cheered by a new automatic drive with'speed stick ift perform-

''f in New York. I find a lack what Ford Motor Company transmission engineers have ance built right in" Frankly, they are among the most
, uneasiness in the scenes in-
[olving Negroes and whites which designed in the way of exciting goodies to go with our avid car buffs around and it shows in their work!

have often found among many a new hotter V-8 mills in the medium-displacement class. More proof of the exciting things that happen at Ford

white liberal." Finally, photo- It's a spanking new speed automatic drive that adds Motor Company to bring brighter ideas and better built .

raphy students take note of the more hustle without extra muscle in Comet, Fairlane cars to the American Road 10

itiful imagery that can comeut and Ford models for '64. Among its many virtues, less
of a black and white medium.
avoirdupois fe'ee. parts smoother takeoffs .

Anyway, at least you prospective up to 35% more go in Low extra braking in downhill

iewers know what to expect from work. whisper-quiet in Neutral quarterback-style

is movie. So after viewing"Tom passing performance I "

DP," on say, Friday, try the MOTOR COMPANY
The men at Ford who design such intricacies as transmissions
florida Union for a The American Road. Dearborn Michigan
on Saturday
are not just walking slide rules or talking computers.They're .
post impressive documentary. Of WHBftK MOIMBaRIMO LKADKftSMIPBRINGS
men who get excited about cars and the fun of YOU BBTTBR-BUILT CAMSn
if the
purse you plan on seeing
[>rmer movie on Saturday, then I

gest to see this one on Friday.



-
..

Cagers Hit Road Against Crimson TideThe


-
Gators begin a two week string 01 four away games, open- series next weekend. tucky. Top scorers Brooks Hen- average, and Toimlnson's 56 per
t leave of absence from the home Ing with tomorrow night's clash All games will be Southeastern derson (18.1) and Dick Tomlinson cent field goal accuracy mark is
1 front starting tomorrow with a with Alabama. The Gators will Conference (SEC) affairs. (17.0) will be ready to go along tops in the conference in that de-

t basketball date inTuscaloosaAla. stay over to play Auburn on Mon- Alabama was an easy 86-60 nth Tom Baxley (14.9)Mont High- partment.The .
1t 1 day, come home, then depart fora victim of Florida in the team's ley ((10.7)) and Richard Peek(10.5)( ). Gators return home Feb.
t Florida will hit the road for a Mississippi-Mississippi State previous meeting here. The Crimson Henderson remains in the SEC 22 to face nationally ranked Van-
Tide is currently resting in top ten scorers with his 18.1GATOR derbilt.
seventh place in the SEC with a
2-5 record, but is an even 9-9
Now Available at Rutherford's overall. SPORTSPage
Florida meanwhile, is 9-5 for
all games and 3-3 in league playto
12 Friday, February 7, 1964
i University of Florida tie Auburn.for fifth in the conferencewith

Coach Norman Sloan should have BEHIND THE EIGHTBALL i

his team in good shape followinga
CLASS RINGS week's rest since the fierce
battle with league-leading Ken-

A
By DAVE BERKOWITZ

i Ignored V Sports Editor

-., .
When You


Talk ? Rest Easy FansRest

A noted publisher in Chicago
. easy fans. We're not trying to Incite mob violence or assaulton
reports a simple technique of
everyday conversation whichcan basketball officials.It .
pay yon real dividends in seems that our editorial about the officiating of the Kentucky bas-
social ami I usiness advance- ketball game gave the wrong Impression to some of the more sensitive

ment and works like magic to persons on our campus.We .
give you poise, self confidenceand may have overdramatized It a bit. If we did, accept our apologies.We .
." greater popularity. did not mean for the students to throw paper at officials duringthe

...." According to this publisher, game if there is a disagreeable call. What we did say is that no
., .".'j Fin many people do not realize one can stop the fans from throwing paper, because they're fed up with
... how much they could influence the poor job the officials have been doing.
others pimply by what they say The editorial was meant as a warning and not a threat. What we hopedto
and how they it. Whetherin
say do was have the cause corrected before a more serious situation
business, at social functions,
or even in casual conversationswith occurs.
new acquaintances thereare We have never thrown paper or advocated that paper be thrown.
ways to make a good impression There are many ways of showing disapproval without resorting to a
every time you talk. physical attack, but as long as basketball Is as rough and fast as it is,
Hardened to 210 Brinell temptsred rating. To acquaint the readers of there will always be the danger of violence.
Ash I jeweler this is this paper with the easy-to- There is absolutely nothing to keep 7,000 people off the floor, except
your why important.GAINESVILLE' .
follow rules for developing skill their common sense, but common sense can be lost in the excitement
in everyday conversation, the generated by the last 30 seconds of the Florida-Kentucky game last
publishers have printed full de- Saturday.It's .
tails of their interesting self- not important for the home team to get the favor of the officials.
training method in book
a new ,
We have official we could was Intentionally making
never seen an say
S QUALITY JEWELERS "Adventures in Conversation,
bad calls. It Is, however, important that the players and fans feel
which will be mailed free to
@ anyone who requests it. No ob. they're being given a fair shake. That's all they can ask.
ligation. Send your request to: We've seen games where Florida won because of bad officiating and
+ MEMBER AMERICAN Conversation lost because of good officiating and could find no fault except the way
... GEM SOCIETY the Gators played.
103 W Univ. Ave.
835 Diversey Parkway We've also been accused of writing the editorial as sour grapes

Dept. 3702Chicago because we lost tho game.
Artcarved .... ,
Avltl.ire4 .Ie 14 III. Both teams played equally well. The Gators played an Inspired game
and Kentucky looked as good as it was touted to be. Except for a missed
(a postcard will do) shot or rebound the game could have gone the other way.
The outcome was not affected by the officiating as the calls fairly
\
, well compensated each other, out
. the Important thing is that the
I, bad calls were made. There werea
lot of shenanigans going on under
the backboards on both sides.

I '., ;,: ; however, Judgment calls
brisk
bracing
:, ? are hard to argue so we pickedon

livelier lather : .: the original some obvious oversights on the

'j i' for really smooth shavesl) '. I spice.fresh lotion! 1.25 have officials heard part.several Since defenses Monday for we

1.00 the actions. The Menses were:
One, -- An official does not have
'I 6. I lasting freshness ) to move a player from under the
It backboard if the team's
,"I : glides on fast, opposing
!:\., player does not attempt to take
never sticky I 1.00 the spot.

.< Two, -- The scorer Is respon-
J
, ] sible for keeping the officials informed -
/
<; as to the number of foul-
shots to be taken and remind them
of each shot.

a Three, -- Many good officialsonce
" in a while forget which teamis
going which way.
\ These just don't seem valid if
'\ -' ;\iPEit a game is to have top-notch officiating -

and we feel the spectatorsand
the players in Florida Gym
deserve the best that college bas-
ketball has to offer.
, '
QI Probably the best official we've
"O seen in our three >.ars of watch-
ing Gator basketball in Florida
J I : 1"H /11tH 010 Gym was Lou Bello. During the
@a$ iee 1962 game against Wake Forest
Bello won the respect and praiseof
N .FIU SHAVE 10"0-, ,< SHUL.TON@B&k..With the entire Florida Gym crowd
with good heads-up running of the
ball game.
. We ask that fans DON'T throw
4 paper. But we also ask the UF

that crisp clean masculine aroma Athletic Association and the SEC
to eliminate the cause of it by
giving college basketball the kind

of officiating it deserves.


.