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No.92 University of FloridaGainesville MondayFebruary 10,1964-


Final Election Returns r-: -- .

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I Reverse One DecisionBonnie j _


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Vandroff has been electedan votes to 21 for her opponent,Judy Paul Huck, V.O.T.E. 3,341; Steve
Honor Court Justice on the Fisher. Cheeseman, Honor Court Clerk,
basis of absentee ballots.! Final Gator, 3,760; James Cooner, _
official tabulations give her 22 Elected from the College of V.O.T.E., 2,952.
Physical Education and Health,
Miss Vandroff, a Junior, had an
Kennedy Gets original total of 12 votes. HousingMoves


Running as a write-in candidate,
Ready For she was delt a near fatal blowin ToBroward
her bid for the job because the
write-in slot was locked on the
New OfficeStudent physical education dept. machine.

Other final election tabulationstied tiU
Body PresidentelectKen Henry Raattama with Linda The UF Division of Housinghas xt
Kennedy will be busy this Ricker for the position of Honor moved its main office from
week preparing for the tremen- Court Justice from the Collegeof Tigert Hall to the basement in
dous amount of changes he and Business Administration. Each Broward Hall.

his party anticipate for Student had 175 votes. Herb Blessing, The move, made last Friday,
Government SG after he officially
( )
Honor Court Chancellor said a places the new office inBroward's
takes office this Thursday. run-off will be held in the near southwest win g facing the tennis DEMOLISHED BY COLLISION,

Kennedy said he has given alot future. courts. The space' now being used the car, a late-model compact, is strewn along the
of thought to appointments, but has been used by the Women's
will not make any until he formally Totals on the voluntary R.O.T.C. Department of Physical Educationfor road. (Photo by Bill Fuller)
takes office. He also wants to straw vote were compulsory 509, recreation on rainy days. They
wait until the 'Gator Party studyof voluntary 1,581. have moved to an area adjacentto
SG, which will determinethe the Broward recreation room. Three StudentsDie
SG positions that will be eliminated Final vote count for the top five The move was caused by expan-
is completed."We positions were as follows: sion of both the Housing Depart-
Ken Kennedy and Dick Gober, ment and the Registrar's office.
are preparing the road to president and vice president, The office of Admissions, which In Accident
more effective Student Govern Gator Party,3,812;Frank Harshawand was next door to Housing's officein
ment, but don't want to go choppingInto Dick AJams, V.O.T.E. Tigert will the vacated .
Party, occupy HIGH SPRINGS Three Uni- into a broadside slide and veered
"it without careful consideration 3,279; Fred Lane, treasurer, V.O. office space. versity of Florida students were into the path of the truck.
he said. T.E., 3,507; David S. Yost, Gator, The change has been a subject killed early Saturday morning ona The left door of the car was
He will reveal definite plans and 3,314; Gerry Rich I man, Honor wind and rain-swept highway stuck on the bumper of the truck
appointments next week. Court Chancellor, Gator, 3,484; (See HOUSING, Page 2)) just south of here when their car and parts of the hood were caughton
__t.Af*>M'"'W''NNM<<< - :?:: VHt\tM'Iillttirrmit:\ i'M&gf lli2IThiWJ [ IDJM1IJfi1Wjm@f Zj I5iEpjB I) tractor.
':;; ; 4C / tj.B.J1' tractortrailer.John The chassis and engine were on the
left side of the truck
I}::: with the front
Franklin Weber 17 and wheels of the trailer
Election Comments-Harshaw i resting on
I George Arthur Del t z, 18, both the rear floorboard of the car.
freshman from West Palm Beach, Other parts of the car were scat-
I/Ir/\\r:: Dear Editor: cessful opponent and his supporters. .' and Royal Maver Coats, 17,fresh- tered nearby.
: I Invite others to join me in wishing Ken iIe i/ man of Avon Park were apparently The truck received an estimated -
; Immediately following the fierce competition Kennedy and the Gator Party a rewarding, pro- j killed Instantly as the bumperof $500 damage.The .
Ie: of a political campaign, objective expression ductive and successful year of service. I hope the truck sliced through the entire accident occurred shortly
;c of sentiment is difficult for everyone. under their leadership student government will length of their compact car. after midnight and the road was
K But at the risk of being less objective than continue to improve. blocked until about 3 a.m. No
tF t might later be, and having my remarks fall on Finally, to the hundreds of friends who so I The driver and co-driver of the charges were filed.INSIDE.
it.: less-than-objectlve ears---I would like to enter tirelessly supported my candidacy I want to truck, Henry R. Crow, 41, of Col-
.:{ these brief thoughts as closing commentary on press my lasting appreciation and personal exIii lege Park, Ga., and D. S. Land,
:}.::: this election. debtedness. Nothing builds and strengthens 54, of AtlantaGa.,received minor THEALLIGATOR
: :: The days and nights of continuous confrontation bonds of friendship like a battle well fought, for ,( injuries. Weber was the driver of
erect obstacles of prejudice in each politla common cause. the car,according Florida Highway
cal camp. This Is necessary consequence of our I cannot adequately express my feeling of deep Patrolman A. T. Anderson.
political process. And prejudice is a thing not admiration and respect for those who worked so 'Plumbing For Food Handlers
hard in behalf. Just let Crow told the Highway Patrolhe
easily set aside. my me say that meetingDifference --P.2'Shespeare
of opinion makes horse races; it so many wonderful people is an unexpected and was driving south on U. S. Lecture- -P. 5
also makes political campaigns. But it need not very pleasant consolation prize. ::: Highway 41 when he reached a 'Editor's Column--P. 6lIouse
create lasting ill-will and harsh fee l1ngs. Realiz- crest In the road and saw the car ofj.lernardaAlba--P.9
ing this, I feel now is the time for me to step Sincerely, ,Y. skidding from side to side In the 'Trimester Study--P. 10
forward with public congratulations for my suc- Frank Harshaw north bound lane. SMU Controversy--P. 11
He said he slowed, but as the
ili1._ !ir I> _ff F _.Im! UIIm:! n lIjlljff[] "'I I car approached the truck, it went



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Saigon BombingKills




AmericansSAIGON

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(UPI) -- Two American bomb exploded .n front of a Sai- y 1+.'Y r + 4 9 !
service men were killed and gon bar killing four Vietnameseand
18 other Americans Injured Sunday wounding 39 other persons,Including -
night when terrorists exploded two five American soldiers.

bombs under the bleachers duringa One of the GI's was seriouslyhurt. Y R J yyy mt '
softball game here, a U.S.military .
spokesman said. Eight days ago, one American
The spokesman said the lethal soldier was killed and three others
bombs went off during a night at injured when a bomb exploded In a w
the Pershing Field ball park near bar in another section of Saigon.
the Saigon Airport. The new bombing rocked the
Among those injured in the blast ballfield 'Just a day after South
were four women and a girl, the Viet Nam's new strongman, Maj. # z &I
spokesman said. Gen. Nguyen Khanh, formed a new I s
The terrorists who set off the strongly anti-Communist provis- .
bombs were believed to be Com- ional government with himself as
munist Viet Cong guerillas. premier.
It was the second terrorist l Khanh, who led a bloodless coup
bombing to cause American casualties that overthrew the old military "" ... ,___::o.,.......M>....A.i., *. %._ jfS**.. u.-...'.;."a._.....***. w"j'WJ JW<__.- ._"'w .
in two days in this South junta on Jan. 30, pledged his FAR FROM UNCOMMON SIGHT
Vietnamese capital.On regime would do its utmost to roll .in East Gainesville are outhouses like this one, which can be diseasebreeders.Many .

Friday night, a terrorist back the Communist Viet Cong food handlers, both at UF and in the community, I live in this area. Only UF

guerillas move, toward strengthen eventual securityand ele- personnel are required to have health cards. (Photo by Johnston Photography)

OufOfStateFrosh tlons at least on the local level.
The U. S. military spokesmansaid BUT THEY DO HAVE HEALTH CARDS
five of the 18 injured in Sun-
day night's bombing were hospitalized -
Quota one with serious Injuries, Some UF Food Handlers
while the 13 others were given first
aid treatment for minor cuts and


Already Full bruises Military both and bombs sources released.were said U.S.-made they believe Without Indoor PlumbingBy

20-pound aerial fragmentationbombs
The quota for enrollment of out used against Communist
PHIL GEYER breeding grounds for typhoid,dys- as the university's, sanitation is
of-state freshmen for next fall is guerillas. Each of the bombs
Staff Writer entary and other diseases that are "
very important, said Welborn."I .
full and all nonresidentsof
already contained about 10 pounds of TNT.
spawned with privies as breeding would not allow people to
the state who apply now are Some UF and Health Center em
grounds, Pafford stated. How- handle food without some sort of
being refused. ployes may get indoor toilets
ever, he said, with all of the pre- a health check," Welborn added.
A concerted effort to limit enrollment if the city bond Issue is passed
ventative measures available Health examinations
during the first two years, Tuesday. required
chances of someone carrying UF food handlers
is being made, Registrar Richard HousingContinued UF Food Service, J. Hillis Mil- any Include a chest
disease out of the area are X-ray for tuberculosis
very ,a serologyfor
Johnson said, and other steps will ler Health Center, and eating establishments -
probably follow to ward off any bordering cam- small. syphillis, and astoolspecimanfor
further enlargement of the fresh- pus employ 244 persons who live Pafford was asked about the food typhoid or dysentary.The .
( From Page 1)) county health
man class. in the "East Gainesville" area. handlers who are employed by the departmentonly
UF Vice-President Harry Phil- of debate since last fall. The This is an area which has 556 UF and restaurants near campus. required a chest X-ray and
pott said tightened regulations on change was finally okayed by the housing units without toilet facilities "The County does not require blood serology.
housing will make It more difficult space committee of the university, in the home. Outdoor privies "Health Cards" anymore but they Diseases such as hepitltus, typhoid -
for freshmen to get into the whose chairman is Dr. Robert V. take the place of the "inside are Issued at the request of the and dysentary can go undetected -
,university, and except for "very Mautz, UF vice-president of Aca- plumbing." employer," Pafford said. without the stool speci-
unusual" circumstances, they will demic Affairs. Fifty-nine families that live on "How valid Health Cards were man according to Dr. Samuel
not be allowed to live off campus. Broward Hall was chosen as the north side of N. E. 8th Street is still a question, because we Wright director of student health.
Philpott added that a reductionin "the only suitable space which was get their drinking water from a could check them out okay one "We can't keep them from
freshmen will allow an expan- available," according to Directorof single water spigot which was pro- day and they could become Infected catching anything with the health
sion in enrollment at the junior Housing Harold C. Riker. He vided by the City of Gainesville the .,next and the Depart- examination but we don't employ
level. This Increase will be made said that plans have been madeto after a case of typhoid fever was ment would never know about it." anyone who is infected," Wright
up of transfers from the state be in the new office for "an reported several years ago. "We don't anticipate any trou- said.
indefinite period." The has water lines in this All but one of the restaurants
junior colleges. city ble from this area as far as dis-
"Our enrollment from this Riker also said the new Broward area but, because it is not manda- ease is concerned but It is always adjacent to campus have 100 per
source will probably increase from office is larger than the Tigert tory to buy city water, the spigotis a possibility," Pafford add- cent of their employes with health
500 to 800 next September," he office, although the Housing staff still used. ed. cards at the present time.
will not be enlarged. Fred E. East Gainesville has 1657 hous- Food handlers at the universityand "As long as the county will pro-
said.Pacing freshmen admissions in King, Housing Department Assis- ing units that do not have showeror health center are required to vide the service we will have all
accordance with available dormi- tant Director, whose office was in a bathtub, and 927 without hot have health cards. our employes checked," said G.
tory space will prevent overcrowding. Murphree Area, will move into the water. "We check our employes every Loomis, Manager of the College
Last September, there was no new Broward space. "Sanitary conditions in this area six months," said G. H. Welborn,
dormitory clause as a requirementfor The Housing office will maintainthe are far from the best," said B.C. director of food service.
entering the university."We same extension phone number, Pafford, director of environment "Our employes also are required Inn.Professor
wound up with a bigger 2631, and parking space will be health for the Alachua County to attend a sanitation school
freshman class than we could provided for visitors in the Rawl- Health Department.Areas which we give every year. When
handle," Philpott said. ings Hall Parking lot," Riker said. like this are potential you run a food service as large!
I Announces



SPECIAL k CandidacyJames



; STUDENTS FACULTY & STAFF G. Richardson, UF faculty

FOR UNIVERSITY i iL didacy member for, has the announced Gainesville his can-City

Commission.An .


Get 3C A GALLON On Each Gasoline finance and municipal,associate Richardson consultant.Is professor also Richardson a state of-

L has announced as an indepen-
dent candidate for the seat of
commissioner Edwin Andrews.
;: Richardson is the second UF faculty -
Purchase. WHY PAY MORE ? member to express in running
: for a city office in the coming -
. March 27, city election. The
I
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other Is university
Arnold Butt, who is also runningfor
f I a commission seat.

CAMPUS CITIES SERVICE fessional Richardson background said that and his practical"pro

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.. working experience in finance!
public utilities and various areasof
204 N.W. 13th St. government should enable me to

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GRAHAM AREAStudents MondayFebruary 10,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3

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Profs .


WIN 100 SILVER DOLLARS /

Getting TogetherTo


I bring students ana uculty visit different groups and talk one $ poAN1ME $

members closer togetherGrahamArea or more times. Each faculty mem-
is sponsoring a Faculty As- ber listed topics he would be Interested -
sociate" plan this trimester.Dr. in discussing. The topics
G. J. Hoffman, associate ranged from "Current Trouble
professor, C-l, said the plan wasa Over the Canal Zone" to "What We need a catchy and appropriate name. If you submit the
variation from the old style of Makes Students Run or Stop?". best one, you win the -
having speakers in the residence Hoffman said the program was
halls. completely voluntary for both .
In Graham, said Mr. W.A. faculty members and students.
Y Bryan, area co-ordinator of Gra- Last trimester, informal discussion 100 SILVER DOLLARS
ham, the faculty members wouldbe groups were started on a
guests of different floors. limited basis. Dr. R.E. Carson
"The faculty member would be spoke in Broward. R.E. Parks,
discussing with, not speaking at, C-41, D.A. Grooms, journalism, Just Name Our New Coin Laundry &
a smaller, more Informal group. and Hoffman visited Graham.
"We expect: the students to express Bryan said that since the ,
their own ideas. program is In the planning stages, Dry Cleaning FacilityBRING
"The discussions are going to each floor may vary the plan to
be held in the floor study loungesso suit its needs. The floors may
the students will be among either adopt a faculty member or
friends and more at ease. have several speakers to discuss YOUR ENTRY TO
"At the same time, the faculty unrelated topics.
associate will be able to see stu- Bryan hopes that next year the
dents in their living situation," program will be expanded to include COIN LAUNDRY
he said. faculty members from colleges -
Dr. Hoffman sent a form to all other than the University
faculty members in the Univer- College. 1618 N.W. FIRST AVENUE

sity College asking if they would Bryan also hopes the program in (Next to the Univ. Post Office)
like to be faculty associates.Seven the future will Include discussion
faculty members said they wouldbe groups during Orientation Weekto featuring the famous.
willing to be "adopted" by a give students contact with the .
floor and visit several times. faculty from the beginning of the
Another 21 members wanted to year. GENERAL ELECTRIC


S Some Junior Colleges

. 12-POUND

Give Phys. Ed. Credit


ff Junior college transfers- have Waglow feels the value of phy- FILTER-FLO WASHERS
t one up on UF students in that sical education comes from its
1 they sometimes receive credit for intrinsic merits. He said the fact
physical education while the UF that no credit is given does not
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1t student receives none. take away the value and worthof
According to L.F.Waglow,head four trimesters of the course.
of required physical education for One of the main reasons for
men, about 85 percent of the nations not giving credit is to not pena-
colleges and universitiesgive lize the student who Is not adeptin
credit for physical education. sports. non-academic course
This is balanced, however, he such as physical education should
l said, by the fact that these schools not count against a students aca-
increase their required credits for demic record, he said. ,
t graduation proportionately.The Although no credit Is given,tests
UF currently recognizes and final examinations are givenin
credit for physical education up physical education courses. .".,.:!" "
t to four credits from junior college This results, Waglow said, from .'(,"t ; ,"
transfers. This is contin- the belief that students need know- .' : 'I:: :;I': ':

gent on the junior college also ledge to improve their abilities. "." ", ';:r.f-t
giving credit for physical educa- Tests are given to stimulate and :; t'mr
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Talent Show I 1 s%l Rn:1f'

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Tryouts Slated TuesdayTryouts )-


for an international talent Sign-up for the tryouts Is in the
show are scheduled tomorrowat International Center, Building, 20
6 p.m.In University Auditorium. from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The show will be sponsored by
EnrollmentIncreases the university's foreign students, WASHERSFOR
Feb. 22 at 8 p.m. in University
Auditorium. /
There will be a variety of acts, YOUR
including instrumental, dancingand
Enrollment in the UF Collegeof vocal groups, and possibly a CONVENIENCEWASH
Agriculture has increased 48 skit. .
per cent since last fall, accord- The talent will be mostly local
ing to figures Issued by Dr. Mar- and drawn from University fraternities -
vin Adel Brooker, dean of the sororities, Independents,
college.In and the local high schools. 12 POUNDS OF CLOTHES FOR THE PRICE OF 10I

the fall trimester of 1963, Admission will be free.
The talent show will kick off
the college enrolled 280 under-
I SUGGEST
graduate students, and 168 graduate -' the annual UF International Week.
students. But this year, enrollment Main purpose of the week is to NAME
jumped to 456 under- better acquaint students with International ADDRESS. PHONE
graduate students and 207 graduate affairs by having
students, Dr. Brooker said. prominent foreign speakers dis- .-
"Among the total enrollment of cuss thler views.Highlights .
the fall trimester of 1963, the UF of the week will be a Deposit in Suggestion Box, 1618 NW 1st Ave. Contest closes

College of Agriculture admitted Festival of Nations Supper, two Midnight, Friday, February 14. Earlies entry wins in case of
108 foreign students, which represents forums In the Florida Union, two duplication.
32 countries. informal discussions In the Inter-
"But this trimester, the num- national Center Building, asoccer
ber of foreign students comes to game, and the International Ball
126, which representes 33 countries and BIA (Board of International
," Dr. Brooker said. Activities) Banquet.






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4 The Florida Alligator MondayFebruary 10, 1964

De Gaulle Steps I




kk\L Y Up Challenges
L -
PARIS (UPI)President Charlesde described as a "big three direc-
.. Gaulle of France has steppedup torate" for Western global policy
his global challenge to the planning.The .
United States and Britain
'" United States for leadership of
the West. cold shouldered the proposal,
Within two weeks he has tangled which also was deeply resented by
on a whole new other Atlantic alliance members -
9\1\68N-\ with Washington
: series of fronts, ranging from particularly West Germany and
'
f f% South Viet Nam to Cuba. Italy.
And there is no sign he plansto The snub still rankles with De
let up on diplomatic maneuver- Gaulle a man of elephantine
memory about anything he
Ings.The latest policy clash is in considers a slight to himself or to

Cuba at a moment of new inter- France.
.. national crisis there. Less than France officials say De Gaulle
24 hours after Cuban Premier has no intention of reviving his
Fidel Castro cut off water supplies, proposal, any more than he has of
to the U.S. naval base at Guan- asking the United States to share
tanamo Bay, the French govern- nuclear know-how, which he no
ment disclosed It has approveda longer really needs.
i k.M $10 million French truck sale But they say he will lose no
to Cuba. opportunity for ramming home his
'" ..... '_ ..__ witha lesson to Washington-that it would
1Ji !r'r" 'b ,. "1' l "' :to. The deal was approved along
THE PLANE WAS A LOSS three-year government credit have done well to accept his global

but the pilot escaped with only minor injuries in the landing mishap. (Photo by despite tion. strong American opposi- consultation Meantime,project.there is no sign ofa

Johnston Photography) It came only 10 days after De let-up In the global needling
Gaulle recognized Communist from Paris.
China and a week after he chal-
lenged American Far Eastern policy -

Student Only Slightly Southeast by demanding Asiz. neutralizationof Coming

Before that De Gaulle already
long had been at odds with the
Hurt In Plane CrashA United States over nuclear policy, EventsLAW

trade, the future of the Atlantic
alliances, East-West talks with the
UF student escaped apparently on the field's grass turf. of the plane pushed into the dirt Soviets and the very existence and DAMES meet tomorrow at
uninjured after skidding to an According to an eyewitness, flipping it over. purpose of the United Nations. 8 p.m. in the University Women's
upside-down landing in a single- George Lenz, 5EG, Brogdon was "The pilot was completely con- Soon De Gaulle may challenge Club. Program will be presentedby
engine plane at Stengel Field yes- making a routine wheel landing scious and had only a few small Washington again in Latin America Charles Woo of Publ1x Mar-
terday afternoon about 5. when his left landing gear slipped cuts on his head," said a third with offers of French aid and reminders kets.ALPHA
James Broward Brogdon, 3BA off. The plane then flipped straight'over witness. "He walked away under of "Latin solidarity" on ZETA, national hono-
of Flavet III, scrambled from the on its back and came to his own power." two planned Western Hemispheretrips rary agriculture will have a
cockpit of a Cessna 140 with what rest upsidedown."It Brogdon was taken to the J.Hillis this year.Is smoker for prospective members
onlookers said were "only minor Miller Health Center for examina- De Gaulle setting out deliberately tomorrow at 7 p.m. in Johnson
scratches and bruises." happened so fast," Lenz tion and treatment. A hospital to tangle with the United Lounge, Florida Union.
Brogdon, a member of the Tra- said, It was over before it began. spokesman said he was in good States at every opportunity? DR. B.H.WILLIER,visiting professor -
angle Flying Club, crashed when The plane lost a wheel and flipped condition. French officials say no. They in anatomy and professor
the left landing gear of his plane over. That's it." Police roped off a square around say his object is not simply to emeritus of biology from John
sheared off while landing. The Another onlooker said the plane the plane awaiting an Investigationby make life difficult for President Hopkins University will talk on
light-weight plane then flipped over came gliding in smoothly when Federal Aviation Agency (FFA) Johnson. Rather, they say, his "Interrelated Pathways of Carbo-
on its back and came to a stop the wheel buckled and the nose officials. aims are: hydrate Metabolism During Development -
--To demonstrate that Franceis of the Chick Embryo"at
no satellite of the United States 12:30: p.m. Wednesday in the
TEXAS INSTRUMENTS ANNOUNCES but is capable of and determinedto School of Medicine.
w push her own independent foreign BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONdames
policies, regardless of whethershe will meet Wednesday at the
CAMPUS INTERVIEWSFEB.
treads on American toes. home of Mrs. James L. Athearn,
--To act always in what he regards 1511, N.W. 38th St. Guest speaker
12 & 13 as the interests of France will be Mrs. Donna Burns, Avon
rather than any other country.To representative. Motorcade is to
'
-- demonstrate constantly to meed at 7:40 by the Century Tower
the United States the need for con- parking lot.
sulting with France on global pol- FRED ARNOLD, Gainesville

TI I I's family of professionals at all degree icy issues. realtor, will speak to the Real
rr sr Some French officials believethe Estate Club tonight at 7 p.m. in
levels works at 89 different specialties in. .
third of these motives is the room 208, Florida Union.
most important in De Gaulle's STUDENTS OF ALL RELIGIOUS
ENGINEERING AND THE mind.In FAITHS are invited to attend the
September, 1958, he sent a Florida Methodist Student Move-
PHYSICAL SCIENCES memorandum to former President ment Conference at Leesburg Feb.
Eisenhower and former British 21-23. Applications au Availableat
Pirme Minister Harold Macmillan Wesley Foundation and hould
alltIlr proposing what has been be completed by Feb. 11.
TI is a multidivisional company with the follow.

ing two divisions conducting campus interviews:
Flora Fauna Of Africa
,
APPARATUS DIVISION I

(Aerospace, electronic mechanical, and instrumentation systems) To Be DiscussedRelationships


1 SEMICONDUCTOR-COMPONENTS DIVISION of African land attended six week seminar there
to its plants, animals, and vege- this summer."In .
J (Transistors, integrated circuits and other electronic components)
tation will be discussed by Dr.

i Hugh L. Popenoe, staff geogra- many parts of Africa, man's
i your College Placement Officer to arrange interview pher and soil scientist, at 7:30 adjustment to his environment is
/) during TI's visit or to examine Tl's "Career Oppor. p.m. Thursday in McCarty Hall. untouched by the Industrial Age.
/
C NTA (/ /. tunity' Guide" which details the many professional career The discussion is offered as partof "This isolation keeps environ-
possibilities awaiting you! at Texas instruments. If incon. the UFGeographyClub's lecture mental relationships welldefinedand
11* venient to arrange campus Interview during dates noted series and the public is invited.Dr. easy to study."
eror above send resume or request for further information Popenoe's lecture,"African Dr. Popenoe is particularly Interested -
r to Mr. T. H. Dudley, Dept. C.35 Landscapes," will first presentthe in tropical climates. He
i inter relationships of land- spent several years' working in
iI I forms, climate, and soils with resulting such climates in south-east Asiaon
animals and vegetation.Using land-utilization programs. He
TEXAS INSTRUMENTS illustrative slides, he'll then feels that the tropical climate has
show how man's culture adapts to been seriously underdeveloped."The .
INCORPORATEDP. varying African environments __ tropical climate is one of

BOX 5474 a DALLAS 22 TEXAS finally citing some resulting the most promising areas of food
19 PLANTS IN 10 COUNTRIES OFFICES IN 75 PRINCIPAL CITIES Of THE WORLDAn problems. production in the world, yet among
Feeling Africa was especially the least utilized," he said.
Equal Opportunity Employer well-suited for study in land-man "It's an area which requiresa
relationships, Dr. Popenoe vast Increase in research."








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1 Get Tough .


( Says L How Does JC Transfer Fare?


Barry Okay After Shock9 Wears Off

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WASHINGTON (UPI-Sen. BarryM. Staff Gen. Curtis Lemay that con' A research survey of the pro- junior colleges. the students did better in the horizontal
Goldwater said Sunday he is tradlcted McNamara. gress of junior college transfer subjects than in the vertical
sick of However, the survey showed that
the
seeing United States
"And I will put more confidencein students at UF was released yes- ones.
n back away from trouble and reasserted what Gen. LeMay says about terday by a graduate student in after the first trimester,the trans- "Now this finding did not caus
that as president he would fer students began to recover. these students in the College ot
that what McNamara says about the College of Arts and Sciences.
Cl have sent in the Marines when them," Goldwater said. Mrs. Nancy Greer conducted the After a year had elapsed, Part Arts and Sciences to drop out
a: Cuba cut off 2 of the survey was taken. A sam-
the water to the Guan- "
a He said he was "very survey to compare the grades received or change their college, said
tanamo ple of 237 students of the origi-
naval base. hopeful" that the massive tax cut by the students at their Mrs. Greer.
0 nal sample of 453 were used.
Goldwater also said the United will spur the economy as expectedby Junior college with grades obtainedat "As the survey indicates, they
1 States should clamp a naval blockade administration economist, but the UF after transfer.In The average grades of the 237 did not do as well In the vertical
f, on Cuba using U.S. warships that he Is "fearful" the theory were compared in a breakdown of subjects as some of the others,
to stop Allied merchant vessels won't work.II if it doesn't, the fall of 1960, 453 full each upper division college to see but they passed," she said.
0 the time students the how the transferred students rank-
on high seas if necessary to comprised
then we are headed for a monstrous
*d cut off trade in any supplies that deficit this year," he said. Gold- sample used In the survey. The ed grade-wise with the other students Lady Athlete
could build Communist strength inc water voted against the tax cut sample was taken from 12 Florida .
t the Western Hemisphere. in the Senate last week.Cubans junior colleges and 13 upper divi- It showed that the junior college Defects
The Arizona Republican said that sion colleges at the UFo transfers did as well or better than
t he does not think the American ShotHAVANA Of the 453 students in the sample, the students who completed their INNSRBUCK (UPI) A memberof
4 people""appreciate" President 341 were males and 112 were fe- first two years at the UF. the East German woman
1 Johnson's response to the Castro (UPI) A firing squad males. All the students had attended Part 3 asked an unanswered toboggan team has defeated the
government's water cutoff. executed three Cubans Sunday for only the junior college from question: Are the transfer students West, the first defection of a
the slaying of the skipper of a which they graduated and nowhere having more trouble i in certain sub- Communist athlete during the Win-
"How are we going to stand fishing boat which they attemptedto else. jects than in others? ter Olympics, Austrian officials
up to the other nations who are hijack In an escape attempt.A 172 junior college graduates in said yesterday.In .
going to start slapping us and government communique announced The research survey dealt with the College of Arts and Scienceswere addition, 12 Cxech and Hungarian -
spitting in our eye and trampingon that a Havana revolutionary three particular areas. used in this part of the survey. visitors to the games -
our flag?" Goldwater asked. tribunal handed down the maxi- Part 1 compared the average Two "organizations" composed of "mostly intellectuals" -have requested -
"This is going on too much in mum penalty Sunday morning.Such junior college grades of each stu- six subjects were compared. The political asylum in
this world today as far as I am government announcements are dent with the same students first "vertical organization" was madeup Austria. Asylum was granted and
concerned." made after the executions have trimester average at the UF. This of mathematics, chemistry and they were undergoing processingin
Goldwater also returned to the been carried out. was to find out If there was any biology. The "horizontal organ- a refugee camp at Salzburg.Ute .
attack in his fight with defense Receiving the death sentence noticeable difference between the ization" was composed of English Gaehler, an East German

Secretary Robert S. McNamaraover were Eduardo Quevedo Remolina, two averages. history, and psychology.When travel agency secretary, defectedto
whether U.S. intercontinental Herlberto Suarez Palmer and Mrs. Greer said "transfer at junior colleges the West Germany Saturday while
ballistic missiles are dependable.He Armando Matas Lorente. shock" was very noticeable. There sample showed better grades in her roommates were celebrating
accused the House Armed Ser- They were convicted of killing was a one-halt grade point drop the vertical subjects than In the medal wins. She was a tobogganiston
vices Committee of rushing up Juan Hernandez Tur, skipper of for the first trimester's work horizontal ones. However, the the combined East-West
testimony by Air Force Chief of the fishing boat Siboney,on Jan. 17. compared with past grades at the tables turned after transfer and German Olympic squad.
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shouldn't have been a great surprise.Like .
a child throwing a rattle from his crib to test his parent's J

reaction; Premier Castro has added another in a series of not so gentle

problngs of Uncle Sam's disposition.
Castro has made it no secret that he considers our naval base at
Guantanamo a thorn in his side which he Intends to have removed as foUTlCAL

soon as he can find the proper tweezers.It .


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is Interesting to note that the base is in the unique position of

having a water bill that far exceeds its rental outlay. And that, while

Castro has "morally" refused to cash our annual rental checkof GCr

( $3,386.25), he has had no similar compunctions about collectingthe r
water bill (which runs $168,000 annaully).

Thus, in his search for new irritants, Castro has thrown out a rattle ;

whose presence helped to break the bleak silence of Cuba's dollar G ? .. ... 1

shortage.In fJckrJ C b c:> .


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doing so, it is probable that he could have been searching for
one of two reactions.

First, a blustering protest manifested in military reprisal, suchas EDITOR'S DESK
a partial naval blockade. This would give proper amplification of
his self-righteous cries of "aggression;" and since there is nothingin

the original treaty (or its revision) guaranteeing Cuban water for A Job Well DoneWhen

Guantanamo, (and since an "agreement" seems to carry little weightin
this modern world) there are certain to be those who would listen
and believe. the outcome of the election last Thursday the unused paper every year. He also made students

became evident, a tall, boyish.looking young man buy their own service keys Instead of making SG
from a tiny town of Jasper Fla., cleaned out the desk foot the bill

Second, a kind-hearted response similar to the tractors for prisonersdeal in his office, tore up his personal records of service The Hendrick administration did a lot to say the

for which he negotiated following the Bay of Pigs disaster. This that hung on the wall, and sadly went home. least.
He said he didn't want to be in the adminis- But the administration the
would have consisted of arbitration by the OAS and holding the treatyup new over-shadowing was man.
to similar to those tration's way. The student body owes Paul Hendrick much. We
questions being asked of our relations with
Panama. His name is Paul Hendrick and he had just endeda can say that now and not be accused of "playing
in office of the student It would have been difficult to before
Either extreme offensive defensive year as president body. politics. say
-- or action--could have made our
The list of is there and in
accomplishments some Thursday.
hold on Guantanamo appear to be the tyrannic grip of an oversized
length. The Hendrick administration was not without Future plans for Hendrick include much studyingand
bully; an image Castro has been carefully trying to cultivate for several
years. enemies but there are few who can charge that it little extracurricular activity, just the oppositeof
has not been a good one. his past year.

And those that do, we disagree with. He expects to graduate with a masters degree in

Thus, Instead of quietly trying to replace the rattle, or making threat- The deeds of Hendrick and Co.: representing the public administration and international relations next
ening gestures at the "defenseless baby," Uncle Sam has reached into strudents effectively in the attempted date-ticket year and either go on for more study or go into some
the crib to extract other rattles which have given Castro substantial price hike, getting passed a completely revised Student area of public service.
pleasure in the past.In Body consitltution, doing research work and lobbyingwith
example: Florida Congressmen for the passage of the There is no bitterness about his party being dislodged -

1. A determination to remain independant of Castro's water, even if voluntary R.O.T.C. bill (this Is still going on), get- from office in last Thursday's election, in the

he should decide to turn it back on, thus removing some of the "nui- ting final approval to install lights for the Broward large man with the robust laugh."I .
sance power" from the bearded baby's hand. tennis courts, expanding the student book sale,getting wish the new president every success and hope

2. Applying additional pressure on our NATO allies to cut off trade approval for Student Sales Days for next fall, formingthe he has a rewarding and constructive administration.I .
Pan-American University Exchange Program to know all the students, myself included, are behind
with Cuba; especially England and France, both of which have agreed to
sell automotive equipment to Cuba. swap information with 21 colleges in South America, him all the way, and offer any help we can give."
and other projects. Hendrick said he feels a combination of debt and

Hendrick also took into office with him the idea "perhaps a feeling of relief" after stepping down from
3. A cutback on the $5 million dollar a contribution to Cuba's
year of serving the student, a concept SG has traditionallybeen his post.
foreign exchange supply, through wage payments to Cubans workingon charged with forgetting. j '/1 feel endebted that I have been able to serve
the base, and living (and spending) in Cuba. This can be done either He sliced privileged seating at football games in but I also am looking forward to taking things easier

by replacing them with American labor, or requiring the Cubans to the SG bloc from 500 to 80, quite a whack when one for a while," he said.

spend their checks on the base. considers how the idea must have gone over with manyof "I'm looking ahead to spending some time on the
So, after watching American foreign policy adjust Itself to a seriesof the politicos. books and plan to limit outside things very much."

relatively unforseen circumstances, our reaction to the cutoff of Hendrick did away with SG stationery with the office A well-deserved rest for a man who has served

Cuban water to Guantanamo should provide a picture of a well-planned holders' names on It, thus eliminating tossing out the student body well. ...
series of events following an occurance for which we had very adequate W. L.

forewarning.And More On R.O.T.C.

American's should get a fairly accurate picture of just how
skilled Uncle Sam is at child psychology.
It Is Indubitably ObviousEDITOR

W. C. N. .

: I am sure that Mr. Bunn, had he drill isn't the only way and cer-

Investigated the quality of train tainly not the best way /: develop
In his letter to the Alligator ing the other 1460 cadets receive, ing leadership. Also he implies

The Florida AlligatorServed dated February 4, 1964, Mr. Bunn would have a different opinion of that the drill instruction received
cited five reasons why he thought compulsory ROTC. will, of necessity, be by good

by United Press International ROTC should be compulsory.How- His second reasonstatesthat"itIs instructors who know their

Editor ....... .. .... .... ...... ........ ..... .. ....\Valker Lundy ever, upon closer examination, all part of every citizen's dutyto business. Nearly all of the drill
Managing Editor .. ......... .. .. ... ... .. .. .. ..... Bill Fuller his reasons either in themselvessay serve his country and be aware instructors are sophomore cadets.
nothing or when put in the of the vital .role that the
Assistant Managing Editor ... .. .. .. ... ... .... .. .John Askins military Many of these NCO's are Incap-
light of the ROTC hereat plays In his and
Editorial Editor .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. ... .. .. ... .Wayne Norfleet program everyday existence. able of drilling flight are
Sports Editor ..... ......... ... ............ .. ..Glenn Laney UF are meaningless.Mr. The bit about serving one's country even worse instructors than flight
Bunn's first point asserts is so Irrelevant to be "instructors" -
Wire Editor .... .... ... .. .... .. .... .. ... .. .. .Bob Thomas as pathetic. commanders. How can these
training is important to a general When in ROTC is leader-
Feature Editor .... .... ... .. ......... .. ... .. .Cynthia Tunstall one not servingone's possibly teach
education and best place to get said Even have
Campus Living Editor ....... ..... ... ....... .. ..Judy Lynn Prince country. the regular ship and discipline when they
training is on the drill field and military recognizes this fact by not neither?
Editorial Assistants..John
Hancock, Ernie Litz, Gall Sobering,
in the classroom. There are letting ROTC fulfill any part of In his last argument Mr. Bunn
Nancy Zimmet, Betty Wendt, Betsy Garrison, Steve Vaughn, Carl
several questions he fails to one's military and -
Hayes, and Sue Dobbie. obligation. His refers to "the traditions principles
answer. Why is military training statement about Armed
:awareness of of the American
Reporters....Mike Power Jim Castello Phil Hevener Joel Gaston,
so important to a general educa- military role ignores the fact that Forces." He falls to say what they
Douglas Molitor, Donlta Mathison, Sally Stock, Carol Nobis, Ann
tion? Of what value, practical or there are of are
many sources infor-
but that they
Carter, Joe Kollin, Pam Pulley, Agnes Fowles, Bob De Loach, are, Implies
otherwise, is this training? How mation about the role of the military service
Fran Snider, Fred Lane, Kathrine Duda, Jean Fagot, Judy Teich, compulsory
is it that ROTC is the only sourceof military today. A few are books, rather than voluntary military
j Evan Engle, George Mims, Phil Geyer, Don Federman, Becky Quinn,
such training? Can this trainingnot magazines, newspapers, govern- service. Mr. Bunn, are you not
Larry Zimmerman, Jackie Cornelius, Pat Hogan, Charner Powell,
be received through sources ment publications radio units
tele- that the best fighting
Patti Pitz, Gary Wiloiams, Don Davis, Terry Rogers, Sue Haugsted, aware
other than ROTC? Furthermore", vision and personal interviews. ?
,
those volunteers
are composed
Joyce Kilmer, George Elmore, David Sumner, Jay Havlser, Joe
Ziegler, and Joy Cherry. he is ignoring the fact that manyof His third reason is so utterly Furthermore, Is it really against
the instructors are poor and, Irrelevant to the original idea of these principles, you so nobly re-

THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official student newspaper of therefore, give poor instruction. his letter, I won't even discuss it fered to, to strive for Improv-

the University of Florida and is published five times weekly except Perhaps the training he receivesin here. ment of ROTC by taking only those
the BMDT is good but the BMDT Reason four
that enoughin
during the months of May, June, and July, when a weekly Issue is pub- says drill persons who are Interested
has some 30 or 40 AFROTC cadetsof develops leadership dis-
?
through it to make it worthwhile
lished. THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is entered as second class matterat
some 1500 total AFROTC cadets. cipline. True enough: however, 7))
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EDITOR: scorer if these things are worked
a foreign student, that this givesa
toward with a total disregard of
distorted impression of American -
Having attended several of the aims and ethics of athletics.We sportsmanship.If .

Florida's home basketball games, wonder what other schools this attitude prevails,we sug- SPECIAL
we have become Increasingly dis- must think of the University of gest that Florida students delete
appointed in the actions and attitudes Florida. We find that as stu- the word ''sportsmanship" from
of some of the Florida dents here we are losing Inter- their vocabularies.
players and fans. From the spec- est in what could be a fine Flori-

tators we have repeatedly seen a da spectator sport; and we are Donna Willoughby
juvenile and frequently a disgusting aware too, since one of us is levan Evans GOONS of GATORLAND'ISSUE
response, whether the game is

close Examples or a of run-away this are for their Florida.booingof I A Word On ElectionsEDITOR I

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and jibes at the visiting team, : election. I believe that this would
at times when courtesy would be create a better understanding of
expected (ie. at the freethrowline Now that the Student Govern- the campus political party struc-
); the consistent dis respect for ment elections are over, I believe ture; and I feel that a measureof
the officials, unless the call favors that certain procedures stability and tradition would result -
Florida; a failure to recognize the should be adopted by the new administration from a procedure such as this.
abilities of the opposing team; anda One procedure isa Another benefit that would arise The NOP Directs
tendency to favor the most aggressive rather simple one: I believe from this idea would be the fact
(though frequently that the names of the major cam- that no single party would havean
puerile) Florida players, rather pus political parties should become advantage over a newlycreatedparty.
than t .')se who play steadily,fair- the OFFICIAL names of the This would be the most Its Poison Pen
ly and w.i1 little display. From parties in EVERY Presidential important result of an established
some of the players we have seena two-party system on this campus.
greater desire for applause than Another procedure concerns the
we have a concentrated effort to Wrong ImpressionEDITOR charge of "voter apathy" levied At The

play the game. One need only against the Student Body. Onelec-

think of the feigned injuries, the : tion day, the procedure for votingwas
showy disgust when a foul is call- beyond any doubt, conduciveto
ed, and the occasional punches voter apathy.A >
The following article
was
pub-
thrown to become disillusioned student being Inthe upper division -
lished in the Thursday, February 6
with them.It could not vote in his dorm
edition of the Florida Alligator"
should be obvious to all-- : area; he had to go to the collegein
players and fans alike--that this which he is enrolled, and vote
i is not the behavior expected of NO SUPPORTThe there. In many instances,students
; a supposedly intelligent university IEEE, AIIE, ASAE ASCE had to go out of their way to cast L'J
crowd; furthermore, it it not the wish to officially go on record i that their ballots. I believe that a
behavior ordinarily seen under we do NOT support or sponsor any student should be permitted to
such circumstances, even in much candidate in the forthcoming elec- vote at that student's most con-
. younger crowds. It matters little tions, contrary to many leaflets venient location. This would alle-
! where Florida places in the con- which have been distributed in the viate, to some degree, the pro-
ference or who, of her team mem- name of the Benton Engineering blem of voter apathy.
. bers, is recognized as a great Council upon which we represent
65 per cent of the students enrolledin George L. Waas, 3ED t
the College of Engineering.
: Now I ask You statement was Issued Jointly by' Did
officials of the above mentioned Yup, They

I EDITOR: organizations.
t EDITOR:
letter to the Athletic De-
Open I would like to call your atten-
partment. tion to the underlined portion referring Well, Mac, they decided.

to the ASCE Student 141
Dear Sirs: Chapter. This statement is abso- Charlie Woodham 1,1

lutely and positively incorrect.
On November 22, 1963, Presi- There were no properly authorized DEAR EditorDear
dent John F. Kennedy was shot officials of the ASCE at the hasti- 1J: da.
and killed. The whole world Editor: .
ly organized meeting in the Florida
mourned and cancelled all events
the of
Alligator office on night
out of Enjoyed so much your articlein
respect to a great man
the
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Wednesday, February (
and a great president. That is, the Alligator of Feb. 3rd on
night before elections);further-
almost all the world, with the exception the Groundhog. It was most en-
more, had I been asked to sign
of the University of Florida lightening. Your timing was perfect -
such a statement, I would have
Athletic Department. They refused. The people who preparedthe but your spelling and geog- U.F. KAMPUS KOPSSEE
continued to play their football above article I intended to raphy were a little less than per-
fect. In the first place, the town
game. free their respective societies
On February 3, 1964, a plane from any responsibility regardinga you mentioned is In the NORTH-
crashed killing ten lives. This WEST not northeast section of
letter mailed by George Jenkinsto
Penn. and the name of the townis
too sorrowful event but
was a
the of the students in
majority
THIS time the Athletic Depart- the college of engineering but the spelled punxsutawney--you left THE FEARLESS BOYS IN BLUE IN ACTION
"
out the "s. It Is the Indian name
ment saw fit to cancel the University article created another Im-
for "place of many flies."---so
basketball
of Florida
To imply that Frank
pression. be it. The reason I know is thatI 0 READABOUT
game. Harshaw did not have the supportof
Now I ask youwhatkindofmen the Department of Civil was born there. THE HEROIC DEEDS OF THE UF

are these! Does their loyaltyto Engineering I was grossly BOY SCOUTS
the University of Florida come incorrect. For your Information,

before their allegiance to the I submit this letter so that those
United States of America? who were mislead may know the Ruth K. LundyP. DISCOVERDETAILS

I too hold respect for the Uni- standpoint o f ASCE In this matter. OF THE UNSUNG UF KOPS
S. I thought I had taught
versity of Florida, but I am an
American first and above all else. you to spell it, son. OF THE PAST IN THE 'KK HALL OF
David R. Hourdequin FAME'

Virginia Clegg Braman President, ASCE Student Chapterto Mother

the intelligence. going to classes, going to drill, tJ TRYTO
R.O.T.C. 3) The fraudlent films shown in doing assignments, and preparing ,FILL OUT AN APPLICATION BLANK
class: First of all, these films uniforms. For this time spent
(Continued From Page 6)) are set up on a fourth grade level. the students get little or nothingof FOR A JOB AS A GATORLAND GOON

As is indubitably obvious by now, Secondly, they are supposed to represent value In return. Knowledge
I am definitely for the abolitionof the "facts." Some of these learned Is of little use and the
compulsory ROTC. There are films so grossly misrepresent the credit earned is noi worth the time -
four prime reasons for my attitude. facts that an average fourth grader consumed: Therefore,the outlay by -
1)) The low caliber of officers and would not be fooled by them.Others the student Is all out of propor- PLUS WIN VALUABLE PRIZES IN

Instructors: They are here to are a little better disguised. The tion to the benefit gained in return. OUR NOP CONTEST
teach us, but how can they teachus central idea of them all seems to You may wonder what the rele-
when they, themselves, don't be "The United States can do no vancy of all this has to do with
know what it is they are to teach wrong and Russia can do no right." voluntary ROTC. If ROTC was
and can't teach what they do know? When the state of affairs In the voluntary, those persons who we retired On Sale Next Week
The officers, both on the drill United States reaches the point of having their time wasted
field and In the class room, don't that we must resort to cheap tricksof and their intellect insulted could
know and can't teach their respec- propaganda and outright lies get out.
tive subject matter. to convince the people If there is anyone among you
2) The caliber of information Americanism is better than Com- who disbelieves what I say,I invite NEWORANGE

is a big better than you to attend some lectures and so
taught: All we are taught munism, we are no
bunch of vague generalities well they. that you may see for yourselfthat
dispersed with plenty of big, mean- 4) Small return on time I tell the truth. PEELL
ingless words that are batted consumed: The ROTC students in
around like a baseball. The lec- 102 and 201 must spend from 8 ,. -.
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Prentiss
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years Jim's family is now residing in
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on is also married with one child The Pure 011 Company and Aunt
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mima Kitchens located next doorto have either planned
or already
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JUDY TEICH ing cows in 1903, when the cam- :
Staff Writer pus was still located in Lake City. #
Here the herd was begun with
]razing calmly In fertile green Jersey cows. Soon afterwards,
[ids, the University of Florida some Gurnseys were added and tn
s amble about in cheerful 1955, some Holsteins were obtained {
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nimity. There's a white one, from Maryland. Today,
brown one, a brown-and-white the herd consists of Jerseys,
a white-and-brown one, a... G urn s e y s, Holsteins, Ayrshire,
well, there's a lot of them. and Brown Swiss cattle, the last !
jey roam about the U of F'sm two breeds having been added re-
in Hague, eleven miles north cently.An .
Gainesville, as blissfully una- important though little known
Ue of the students as the stu- part of the University, the cows
jnts are of them. The time has are used for research in many
Ime, however, for an introduc- fields, including nutrition, genet-
n, and so your reporter quested ics, physiology, and management.
few of the animals as to There are also rumors to the effect -
me of t..' details of their exiting that they provide fertilizer for
lives. the lush green lawns of the cam-
The cows' were, unfortunately pus, leather for students' Wee juns,
ther uncommunicative. But Dr. and milk for the UF Food Servicethe
lames M. Wing of the staff of the ( chocolate milk is from the HARD AT WORK
was much more helpful. He brown cows, of course) but these
rm ,
{ave me the straight Information rumors are unsubstantiated. for "The House of Bernarda Alba, the Garcia Lorca play scheduled to open Wed-

no bull) about the cows: Another rumor has it that the nesday for a four-day run in Norman Auditorium are these members of the Florida

There are approximately 300 animals are currently engaged in Players stage crew. (Photo by Johnston Photography. )
nimals on the farm,ranging from an experiment in conjunction with
[alves, to heifers (for you city AFROTC. Several cows of each
flickers, a heifer is a cow which breed are to be enclosed In a House Of Bernarda Alba'Oeens
las not yet begun to give milk)and specially-designed space capsuleand
[ows. All of the animals in the placed in orbit around
erd at present were raised one the earth. This will be, naturally Here Wednesday
farm>Itself. the Herd Shot 'Round The
The university first began rais World.... -

"The House of Bernarda Alba," tion is "fragmentary" scenery stage, affects the action as he
Johnson' May Not a tragic play by Spanish play- created by the scene designer, indirectly plays one woman against
wright and poet F. Garcia Lorcia, Henry Swanson, speech Instructor. another.
opens Wednesday for a fourdayrun "The costumes are very dark
Sara Jo Edlin, 3AS, cast as one
In Norman Auditorium. and heavy In keeping with the of the daughters, said, "Each partis
end GIs/ To CyprusLONDON Florida Players will produce the theme of the play," Miss Mary A. real 'gutsy' and strong. It
staff costumer and
play. Stephensen,
takes a long time after rehearsalsto
"The House of Bernarda Alba"is speech instructor, said. get out of character."
(UPI) -U.S. Undersec- the Mediterranean island Decause the most popular of Lorcia's "An attempt is made to create This tragedy is a real contrastto
[retary of State George Ball arrived Cyprus President Archbishop works. It was presented on tele- a Spanish feeling although no "Charlie's Aunt "
Florida
[here Sunday on an urgent presidential Makarios objects to inclusion of vision this summer. specific period of time is stressed. Players last production."The -
mission amid reports that American troops in such a join "The tragic cycle of this playis ." contrast is intentional,"
(President Johnson may decide force.It much like the tragic cycle of All action takes place in the Jerlt explained."It's .
(against sending UJS. troops to Join was reported that the priv- the ancient Greek plays," DIrector home of Bernard Alba, an Insane
[the proposed international peace- ately expressed objections by Ronald Jerit said. mother with five frustrated daugh- too deadly to have all
keeping force In strife-torn Markarios prompted Johnson to "We have modified the scriptby tragedy and too tiresome to have
I Cyprus. send Ball to London Saturday nightto adding a chorus of villagers, ters.Bernarda Alba, played by Jo- all comedies. We try to contrastthe
Well Informed diplomatic quarters discuss the matter with the much like the chorus of the Greek Anne Schatz, 7AS, feels no man authors too, contempory and .
j here Sunday night said Johnson British government.It theatre. The chorus uses some of Is good enough to court any of classical, domestic and foreign."
(may decide not to send GI's to was understood Makarios Lorica's poetry. her daughters. She has a philosophy "Tickets for 'The House Ber-
fears that if U.S. troops were to "The play is presented from the of "Needle and thread for narda Alba' may be picked up at
land on Cyprus with a peacekeepingforce point of view of the chorus, as women, a whiplash for men." the Student Service Booth across
that might become the targetof they see it," he said. A young suitor,Pepe El Romano, from the Hub," Publicity Director,
[EuropeanJet Communist Greek Cypriot Another feature of the produc- although he is never present on Philip Giberson Jr., 4AS, said.
snipers In the same way that Brl-
I I
British troops were ambushed dur-
ing the 1957-58 emergency there.
TripScheduled Ball arrived here by air In I
midmorning and plunged Immediately -
Into day long talks on the
{ Cyprus crisis with Commonwealth ENGINEERING OPPORTUNITIESfor
Secretary Duncan Sandys and other

The Florida Union will accept key British officials.The .
reservations by students for a talks were given increased Seniors and Graduates In MECHANICAL,
round-trip jet flight from New urgency by reports from the em- AERONAUTICAL, CHEMICAL,
York to London by Alitalia Air- battled island of a new rash of ELECTRICAL, NUCLEAR,
lines this summer. violent incidents, including gun- I and METALLURGICAL
"By making 80 reservations,the battles, that was bringing Cyprusto ENGINEERING
price has been lowered to $335 the verge of fullscale civil war. ,, "
for the round trip," said Direc- British sources warned a majornew ENGINEERING MECHANICS
tor William E. Rion on Tuesday. clash was likely In the Cyprus .It' / APPLIED MATHEMATICS
"This is a saving of $150 on the capital Itself between warring F" PHYSICS andENGINEERING
regular fare which would have to Greek and Turkish Cypriots and PHYSICS
be paid off campus." said such a clash"almost certainly .
The whole price of the ticket would provoke major Turkish '"
need not be paid now. A depositof intervention on Cyprus."
$120 in February, and the bal- A few hours after Ball arrived,
ance In April, is the schedule of British Prime Minister Sir Alec
payment. Douglas-Home left for Canada en CAMPUS INTERVIEWS

Seats are reserved in two route to Washington for talks with ..
planes, leaving on June 16 and 17. President Johnson later this week.
Return flights are August 19 and The prime minister Indicatedthe
20. international crisis' over FEBRUARY 20, 21
Passengers will be entirely free Cyprus would occupy a major I'' ,

during the nine weeks after arrival part of his talks the with that Johnsonand "we :r'. ,.' .>> Appointments should be madeIn
hope
expressed
in London. This Is not a tour. "
Tickets cover only transportation. can establish an international forcein advance through your
Eligible to obtain the low fare the Island." College Placement Office

are students, university facultyand Pratt &
staff, and members of their U
Newell MeetSetDr. DMSIOHOf'& AFT Co**
immediate families. Whitney
fiMICI
Last year,35 reservations made ,, .
by Florida Union were not enougr J. F. Gennard of the UF Aircraft i
to meed the demand. So the size Medical School will speak to Newell I An Cqwof Opportunity Cmptoytr
of the group has been more than Entomological Society on "The
doubled this year. Comparative Aspects of Natural SPECIALISTS.. Pow[!...POWER roR PROPULSION-POWER ro* AUXILIARY SYSTEMS.
Room 315, Florida Union, is Toxins" Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in CURRENT UTILIZATIONS INUUOt AIRCRAFT, MISSIKS, SPACE VEHICLES, MARINE AND INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS.ere's .
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where reservations arebeing
McCarty Hall, room 343.
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Study TrimesterAn for a College of Scienceare Dean Page continued, "It Is difficult -

I still in the preliminary stage, to maintain 'communities of
according to George W. Corrick, interest.'
official, state-level plan for mation will also be sought on Institutional assistant to UF President Wayne
studying the trimester system is financing, use of space Reitz. "This difficulty is well illus-
in the making. and equipment, changes In the The proposal for the new college trated by the long recognized needto
Asst. Dean of Academic Affairs administrative structure and the will include a split in the Collegeof create a more effective organi-
Edgar Kopp and Dr.Franklin Doty, effects of trimester operations on Arts and Science (AS), Corrick zation in the area of the biolo-
professor of Social Sciences, will the non-academic staff. said. gical sciences."

attend a meeting of the Interin- ... .. .. ..
# "" The College of Science
enrollment of proposed
With 2,044
an ,
stitutional Committee on Trimester The UF part of the plan will
local SOPRANO AS is the largest upper division will include bacteriology and
Operation In Tallahassee Feb. be reviewed with the work of
13. committees from the other state Sarah Travers, UF music college at the UF. botany from the College of Agri-
Kopp and Doty will present partof Institutions, and possibly be assembled professor will solo with the "Size and complexity of our pre culture; chemistry, mathematics,
sent college Is a factor in the physics, geology and zoology (biology -
a plan to study the trimester Into a final design for the ,
system. It Is the result of weeksof study of trimester operations, UF Symphony Orchestra Wed- proposal for a new college," said ) from the College of AS; the
work by a committee composedof according to Doty. nesday at the opening concertof Dean Ralph E. Page of the Collegeof Florida State Museum; Marine
Chairman Doty and eight other The actual study of the trimester the Fine Arts Festival in AS. Laboratory at Seahorse Key; and a
UF faculty members.The system will hopefully get underway "In an organization as hetero- Department of Genetics, If estab-
committee has assembled next fall, said Doty. University Auditorium. geneous as the present structure," lished.

series of report forms for quanti- Look
Soviets
fiable data such as enrollment and
attendance patterns, course loads Peace Corps Testing Center
( and drops and withdrawals, said
For DelegateGENEVA

Doty.Questlonalres have been formu- Moved To Placement OfficeProspective

lated on all phases of student life Switzerland (UPI) -
from recreation to religion.Infor- Peace Corps volun- Feb. 18 and 20 from 9 to 12 a.m. the nation to begin training this Soviet officials have asked Swiss
t teers will now find testing head- in the social room of Florida summer. In addition, 700 col- police to help them find a memberof
quarters at the UF Placement Union. The 2-1/2 hour tests will lege juniors available for servicein the Soviet delegation to the 17-
Service, according to Placement be administered and monitered bya June, 1965 will be Invited to begin nation disarmament conferencewho
Law School Director Maurice E. Mayberry.In representative from the Place- a six-week training programthis has been missing since Tues-
response to a recent letter ment Office. summer.In day, police reported Sunday.A .
from Peace Corps headquartersIn Mayberry advised all interested an effort to stimulate student
Washington, D. C., the UF' students to apply at the Place- Interest in the program,Mayberrysaid Geneva police spokesman said
Curious TooThe Placement Office has been desig- ment Office in Building H. When that the Placement Office the missing man was identified as
nated as the Peace Corps testing the application is completed and hopes to distribute announcements Yury Nossenko, 36. He said the
UF Law School Is also agent for the UF. Until now stu- returned to the office, the appli- concerning Peace Corps testing to Soviet mission to the United Na-
interested in the effects of the dents had to contact the local post cant can be scheduled for testing. faculty members for reading in tions organization in Geneva
trimester system on Its opera- office for Peace Corps applica- classes."I reported Nossenko vanished on
tions.A tions and testing. "The Peace Corps would like have seen a tremendous stu- Tuesday and asked their assistanceto
c to remind all candidates that the dent interest in overseas employ- try to find him.
committee of three law school "By making testing more con- questionnaire they complete is the ment In my 11 years with the Place
professors headed by Prof. venient and by having It handledby Peace Corps application,while the ment Office," said Mayberry.
Mandell Glicksberg is waiting for the university, we feel that we non-competitive tests are for "The Peace Corps offers the STUDENTSon
groundwork for a study it will will obtain more response from the placement purposes only," said student opportunity for for-
make. student body," said Mayberry.The Mayberry.The eign employment and also servesto a
first set of Peace Corps Peace Corps needs 6,000 fill his idealistic aims,"' he
Gilcksberg said he hopes the placement tests Is scheduled for 1964 graduates from throughout said.
study plan Dr. Doty and his com- BUDGETNEED
mittee have just completed will
help his committee to design a
Somali Forces Attack THE
plan to study the effects of the EthiopeanPosts
trimester on the law school. NATIONALClothing

Because the law school Is some- As Conflict ContinuesADDIS
what divorced from the rest of the Store

university, It will make an independent ABABA, Ethiopia (UPI) began when Somalia troops attacked bombardment and the strafing sup 208 W. Univ. Ave.
Internal study when its -Somali forces, supported by tanks Tug Ugiale. In recent days port of a single airplane.The .
committee completes a design.By and heavy artillery, attacked two Ethiopia has denounced a seriesof two nations tangled in the LOOK at these PRICES
additional Ethiopian border posts border forays staged by armed same region in 1960, just after
collaborating with Dr. Doty, Sunday in the two nations border Somali tribesmen. Somalian Independence from Italy. 5291
Glicksberg said he hopes to avoid conflict. Somalia said Ethiopian troops Somalia recently received a ship- Slacks pr$11 1
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information to make Intelligent Fighting also raged at Tug Ivy Styled, tapered
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studying the system. Saturday Ethoplan sources said. Sport'Shirts

Glicksberg said his committee Emperor Haile Selassie called We're Doing It Again!
hopes to get enough information to for an urgent emergency sessionof Ivy Styled,
evaluate the various effects the the Organization of African 2 for S3
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perhaps predict future effects as General Thant, in a message to
well. Selassie and Prime Minister LONDON BROIL STEAK Dress
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vice employes as part of a train-
ing program. Frosh Council
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GLENN LANEY By ERNIE LITZ ATO. led b>' Allen Trammel, Delta Chi 32-Delta Sgima Phi

Sports Editor Mural Editor \\ho scored 13, downed the SIps; 20. DX: George" Reavell, 14;

Fraternity IntramuraN swung Eps, whose high man was John DSP: Tim Murray, 9.

again the sports section has changed hands.At Hamrtck, also with 15.
Once into high gear last week as both Phi Epsilon Pi 24-Pi Kappa Phi

the beginning of the year many readers of the Alligator turned to Orange and Blue Fraternity Kappa Alpha, led by Jimmy Hall 21. PEP: Herb Koross; PKP:

Ihe back of the paper first and read the sports section. It was the Leagues set a high pace in scor- with 10 points, knocked off the George BU'berback, 12.
| section of the newspaper. We hope to the color
>est put back in Theta Chi's in a squl'ikerU39..
(he sports section which has been lacking. ing.In the Orange League: TX was led by Steve" Ilaywood with Phi Gamma Delta 34--Lambda

With any turnover there are bound to be changes both in the layout The PiKA's downed the AEPi's 9 and Phil Tipton with 10. Chi Alpha 31. FIJI: Bob Hammer,

and in the coverage of stories. I hope to be able to take discourse on 50-29, led' by Steve Spurrier with 10. Don Taylor, 8, Lambda Chi:

ariouS and sundry happenings on campus, or on a national basis if 14 points and Gary Strack with 8 The Sigma Chi's, paced by Fred Jim Blggart, 6.

(hey pertain to the UF. points. The AEPi's were led by Hager's 14 point I topped" the Beta Theta Pi's victory over Phi

We will also try to cut down on the amount of wire service being Dick Zimmerman with 11 and Pete TEP's 37-14. Norman Brooks led Delta Theta was protested and,

(used as we feel the first purpose of a school newspaper is to bring the Hennes with 7. the losers with 4. in line with officials intramural

students news of what is going on locally.The In the" Blue .
The Kappa Sigs beat" The Snakes" League: policy, the game is not yet of-
MEW sports department will make a concerted effort to give the 33-24. High for KS was Jim ficial.

(sports Sl..'.on back to the students. We will make mistakes. Let us Moccia with 8 and for SN, Ben DU trounced TKE 52-25. The .

now about them. The only way we can learn by our mistakes is to Lazarra with 10. winners were topped by Jim Coble The Pi Lambs have also protested -

have somebody point them out to us. S-P o n -r c vs PKT downed DTD 43-30 as Wil- with 15 and the losers were led by their game with the SAE's.

If there is something that you lie Lager scored 11 for the winnersand Don Anderson and Adrian Zabala, The protests will be ruled upon

(would like to have answered write John Harper scored the same who scored 8 and 11 points, re- by the Intramural Department to-
,
jus a letter and we will try to find for the losers. spectively. day.
< I out me answer: for you. Better

I yet drop by the office down in the

(basement and let us of know the what Florida you Union would SMU To Play Opener Here ? I

-
I like to see more of in the sports
Chances for the Florida foot- entire sellout," said Halberstein was not on the trimester program,

(section. ball opener next season being Coach Graves said that SMU thus school would not have beenin
Several innovations will be tried.
switched from Jacksonville to mentioned several neutral sitesbut progress. However, if Florida
[First we have a very hardworkingmural Gainesville hinge on two major decided on Jacksonville. SMU had had the opportunity to play
editor who will be filling
I happenings.First doesn't want to play the game in the game at home, they could not
us in on all of the Intramural
it hinges on the State Dallas because of the pro games have.
(results. In the past we were able
Board of Control's decision con- being played there during early
I to print the results of late mural According to Graves, there is a
cerning FSU's needed stadium addition September.
I basketball games the next day.Due rule prohibiting home games before -
I and second, how well Head classes begin. It seems some
to new deadlines which have been
"They thought a neutral site
Coach Ray Graves can persuade,
I ago several games were
years
set for the paper this will not be
like Jacksonville or Mobile would
when and if he talks with the
played at home before classes began -
possible. However, they will be
draw a larger crowd. They also
officials at Souther Methodist Uni-
t.nd the turn-out was poor.
printed the following day with a want a site where they have at
game story: THERE'S Acv r..tII\PEP..OR. versity.As Halberstein stated that there
.. presently scheduled, Florida least an equal chance of winning,
said Graves. are several reasons why the game
For Two
Dinner Contest will open next season againstSMU should be played In Gainesville.
in Jacksonville on Sept. 19. Thenon
Starting this Tuesday it will be possible for readers of the sports Both Halberstein and Graves First, the National Collegiate
Nov. 21 Florida will play FSU
(section to win a free dinner for two at Carmanella's Garden of Eatingat in Gainesville., seem to agree that a lot of weight Athletic Association (NCAA) has

706 W. University Avenue. Owner Carl de Prospero will serve rests on the decision of the State been asking schools not to play
I to the winner of the weekly contest anything in the house. The contest Recently, however, Joe Halber- Board of Control which meets on their games on neutral sites to
stein the Gainesville Sun sports
I will start tomorrow. Don't miss out on a chance to enjoy the finest Feb. 15. If FSU is given the needed lessen the chance of fixes and
editor, started a one-man cam-
I food in town. funds to add 9,000 seats, the game bribes.
paign to have the SMU opener
Inside ReportSpring switched to Gainesville."The will be played in Tallahassee, Second, most Floridafollowers, .

students and the citizensof since it's their home game next Including the students, would
football practice starts this Saturday. One of the fine young
Gainesville should be thoughtof season. rather have the game played In
[backfield hopefuls Marcus Daezler will be filling you in on the inside Gainesville.
first and foremost. The SMU
I scoop of what is going on with the 1964 version of the "Fight'n Florida "If the FSU is switchedto
officials want the played in game
game Third and most Important
|Gators" football team. probably -
Tallahassee, that will leave only -
Jacksonville because they feel
Halberstein said, "I feel
Girls RecognizedWe be made there four home games, and I would
more money can there would be more money In it
said Halberstein.But like to have five home games,"
also realize the existance of girls sports on campus. We hope said Graves. for both schools If the game were
I to set up a program whereby the members of the fairer sex will get if Graves would explain to played in Gainesville. At home It
the SMU officials that judging by would
probably draw around
|there fare share of publicity.The .
Graves said he could not
past experience, Jacksonville pres-
cartoon accompanying this editorial will also become a familiar 35,000. 8,000 of the 35,000 wouldbe
have not drawn as large a sure SMU, since it Is their choice.
I face visit at least games students, leaving 27,000 paid
around the sports section. We hope to have him us
They might decide to switch
just
crowd as those in Gainesville,both
attendance. This I feel wouldbe
twice of all that is ,
a week if possible. Sportlcus will keep you apace
the to
schools would profit more, added game Mobile or back to Dal-
happening in the sports world on campus in what we hope Is an amusing las. more than Jacksonville would
Halberstein. draw."
I
way.That "When Florida played Duke in "But if the FSU game is changed,
Is our plan. If we should fall down In some way let us know. 1962 in Jacksonville there were only I will actively try to get our opener In February Redbook:

I We don't pretend to try to please everyone. We do hope to give everyonea 22,000 in paid attendance. Also, changed to Gainesville," said
sports section worth turning to first. We hereby dedicate this sports
Graves.
since the addition to the Gator Bowl r
section to the student of the University of Florida.
body four years ago, the annual Geor- When the SMU game was sche- eA talk

gia-Florida game hasn't been an duled back in 1960, the university

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TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (Special)- on the clock intermission, the his sixteenth point to give the UF
Alabama's "southern hospitality"was UF pulled to a 37-17 lead, the a 94-62 lead.
In great abundance Saturday largest of the first half. The Gators' scoring leader was VA
night as Tide mistakes and fouls :
At halftime,Alabama trailed 48- Brooks Henderson with 22 points.
gave the Gators a 97-71 basket- Tomlinson and Tom Baxley
were
29. Of the Tide's 29 points, 17
ball victory for Florida's most were tallied by J.W.Berry. Berry close behind with 18 and 17 points .
Impressive road win In years. finished the night with 28 for game respectively. Highley had 15. I 11
Florida and Alabama committed high-point honors. Sloan used his bench liberally as
a total of 31 fouls and scored a Florida opened a 20 point lead all the Gators got into the one- '
total of 70 points from the charity
I early in the second half, and, except sided contest.
stripe. The Gators scored 37 of for an Alabama rally midway Four Alabama and two Florida Lu
their 97 points from the foul line :
through the half, the Tide was nev- players fouled out in the contest.
and the Crimson Tide hit for 33
i closer than 20 The Ga- _
( er points. The
free throws. win puts the Gators'recordat
tors' greatest margin of the night 10-5 overall and 4-3 in the
Florida hit 77.2 per cent of its
came with a minute and one-half
.. charity tosses, making 37 of 48. conference.Auburn .
remaining, as Tomlinson put in AiL
Alabama shot 70.2 per cent on
33 of 47 free throw attempts.
Mont Highley and Dick Tom- ;
( linson conbined for 10 quick pointsto ;
take the UF from a 7-3 to a I
17-3 margin. Then Brooks Hen- Next
derson took over and Florida grab-
bed 24-8 lead.
With about six minutes showing"BULLY
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sJ By STEVE VAUGHN SHARPSHOOTING GUARD BROOKS HENDERSON

Assistant Sports Editor paced the Gators in scoring against Alabama with 22
The Florida Gators are hoping for a successful completion of their
two-game Alabama road show tonight against Auburn in a Southeastern points. Henderson, averaging (18.3 points per game will

Conference (SEC) encounter. lead the Gators tonight against the Auburn Tigers
Florida is looking for its fifth SEC win of the season after disposingof
J m Alabama Saturday. The Gators previously whipped Auburn 6346in
Gainesville. Yanks Take Back Seat To

With a 10-5 overall record, Coach Norman Sloan's team is 4-3 in
SEC action to place sixth in conference standings. Auburn stands Just Russians In Winter OlympicsINNSBRUCK
behind in seventh place with a 3-4 mark. The Tigers are 8-9 for all
games. Austria (UPI) -- cans at Innsbruck.
"Just Enough For AI Sloan's cagers will be up against a team which was rated by the Russia won 11 of the 34 events Allen won a bronze medal inmen's
CUBA NA! Gator head mentor as one of the top four teams In the SEC at the beginning and the United States made its figure skating only a few
of the season. poorest showing In 28 years as the days before his 15th.birthday and
.and it doesn't take But similar to the Gators, Auburn has proved a somewhat erratic ninth Winter Olympic Games he's just beginning to move.
much to enjoy one ofAlanis crew so far. The Tigers handed nationally eighth-ranked Vanderbilt wound up Sunday. The U. S. also scored a spec-
a surprising setback last Tuesday,then were upset by Georgia Saturday. The U. S., eighth on the medal tacular break-through in men's
delicious, full- Auburn, employing the intricate "shuffle" offense, relies mainly on list with six placings, won only skiing when 20-year-old Billy Kidd
of-food sandwiches. guards John Blackwell and Larry Chapman. Blackwell, the team's one gold on a victory in the 500 of Stowe, Vt., and Jimmie Huegaof
You'll do I chief scoring threat, was held to two points in a sterling defensive job meter speed skating by Terry Me Tahoe City, Calif., grabbed the
nip-upstool by Gator guard Brooks Henderson In Florida's earlier Tiger victory. Dermott of Essexville, Mich., and silver and bronze medals in the
Maybe even nipdowns.FREE Henderson, who scored 22 points against Alabama to up his team- the Yanks had to look way backto men's slalom on Saturday for the
leading average to 18.3, will start at guard for the Gators along with the 1936 games in Germany for first ski medals ever in men's
DELIVERY Tom Baxley. an over-all showing so dismal. events.
Open 7 Days a Week The only point of uncertainty in the Florida lineup is sophomore They won only one gold and three
forward Dick Peek, who saw limited action in the Alabama game due bronze that year.McDermott's .
ALAN'S CUBANA to a leg ailment. If Peek doesn't start, Sloan is likely to open with v I c to ry,excell- GATOR
his ence in the alpine ski events,
another sophomore, Paul Morton, in place.
Otherwise, things are normal, with Dick Tomlinson at the other and promise for the future In 15-
61252next forward and Mont Highly at center. year-old figure skater Scotty Allenof ADS
Florida fans can listen to tonight's action by tuning In the WRUF Smoke Rise, N. J., were the
to Seagle Building radio broadcast beginning at 8:25 p.m. only bright spots. for the Amenh' -
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