The Florida alligator
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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
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Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
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Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: February 11, 1964
Publication Date: 1912-1973
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Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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>.
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The Florida AlligatorVol.56

No.93 University of Florida, Gainesville Tuesday, Feb. 11 1964I"


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I\ City Decides Fate

1 M V Of Bond Issue Today

Gainesville's freeholders go to the polls today to to 7 p.m. ..
decide the fate of a $6 million capital improvements Voters will be asked to make a decision on five
package. Polling places will be open" from 7 a.m. groups of expenditures totaling 13 projects. Failure
of a majority of the voters to
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1IIItR.Wt'll.w yi K'! approve any one of the five groups

III, SG Inaugural Banquet Set and would not defeat the entire only program.that one project

s ]I The annual Student Government Inaugural Banquet will be held Polling places are the Recreation -
>j Thursday, 6 p.m. at the Holiday Inn. Center, Girl Scout Headquarters -
: [ i Tickets are available through tomorrow from 1 p.m. until 5 In VFW Hall,J.J. Finley School,
I:::; | the Treasurer's office, Room 307 of the Florida Union. Tickets Buchholz Junior High, and West-
:1 i' are $2.50 per person. wood Junior High.

_; ..: l..T fflr ltW_',;: .< %iJ:., ::',< ., '."S S,.' returning Yesterday absentee was the ballots deadline to for be

counted in today's election. According -
:< \ ...... Publications Board to the Registrar's Office,
44 absentee ballots had been issuedby

...- last Thursday's deadline for

, IT'S BEATLEMANIA AT THE UF- Disqualifies Winner registration.The five programs. will be broken

.as group of Florida men view George of the Beat- down for voters in the following

les on television Sunday night. From the left are John Barbara Lynn Keller, 2UC, was cutive secretary to the board,said. manner.
--Sidewalks, streets and park-
declared unqualified to be a mem- Askins and Spencer are qualified -
Wolf, Jim Daugherty, Chris Tompkins, George, Tom ber of the Board of Student Publi- he said. Ing facilities, $2 million.
Lang and:J JQe Lorello. (Photo by Jim Nichols. ) cations by the board yesterday.Miss "My qualifications include being --New city hall, library addi-
Keller, who received the editor of Coedikette (Women Stu- tion, new public works building,
!! : : second-highest number of votes in dents' Association publication)this and two new fire stations, $2
} New York? It's "Fab"iNEW I last week's student government year, Coedikette staff member million.

elections, said later she would 1962-63, consultant to the P.K. --Drainage projects, $250,000.
:: YORK (UPI) --The room commitments kept Pili'' contest the decision "by every Yonge literary magazine, corre- --Sewage and refusal disposal,
ll i Beatles played "meet the the group's adoring fans M possible means." spondent to the Orlando Sentinal- $1.3 million.
press" yesterday and offered away from the hotel for the J{ She said she would begin with Star from 1959 to 1962, and sports Parns and playgrounds,
) opinions of New York first time since the Beatles W Legislative Council, which meets editor of the Edgewater High School $450,000.City .
.#,4 "it's fab," Greenwich Village arrived here last Friday. I W tonight at 7:30 in the Florida student newspaper my junior and officials have said that If
r "disneyland," Teen- Scores of policemen, :W Union. senior years," Miss Keller said. the entire group of 13 projects Is
agers "noisy" and an unfavorable tamping their feet to keep f "I'm going to contest this decision "In addition, I received an awardas approved by city freeholders, it
review in the warm, had nothing to do. '''s, through every possible outstanding journalist In the will take the equivalent of about
S New York Times a dirty The Beatles go to Wash- 3 means on the grounds that I was high school my senior year, wasa three' mills In taxes to finance
; lie." ington today for a show in qualified on every point," she member of Quill and Scroll them.
% The British rock 'n' roll the capital. They leave at t,:. honorary journalism society, and There are 3,918 freeholders reg-
I':: quartet held a frenetic, 12:30 p. m. EST from La ?Y said.Miss Keller appeared along with had poetry published in national istered to vote. Others however,
'; hours-long news con- Airport. Police ; : John Askins, 4JM, and Ron Spen- magazines," she said. will be allowed to cast their vote
, :,: ference at their headquarters and airline officials were 11l'11l'Guardia : cer, 3AS, the other winning can- The board met Thursday, Jan. if they have proof of property
:00& in the oncesedatePlaza coordinating plans to avoid didates, at the board meeting yes- 31, the day before election qual- ownership and are registered
Y. Hotel. a repetition of the mob terday. After stating her case ification day, and passed require- voters in the city.Debate "
',i Missing were the teenage scene at Kennedy Interna- ': : to the board, Miss Keller was ments for candidates in the upcoming -
it: Beatlemaniacs. Sub- tional Airport whenthe W delcared unqualified.The elections. 1
;; freezing temperatures, a group arrived here last :t board always considers can- "The board passed the qualifications 1 onlghtMedical
:11 driving snow and class- week. 'fr. didates qualifications before they that day because we discovered -
+.. t. @: W:8'::;; ''':h: are seated,Bill Epperheimer,exE- there were no qualifications of the and current legal cig-aspects -
set down anywhere," Dill
Epperhelmer said. debated aret controversy by a physician will and be
Annual Arts Fe SfVo//
( Legislative Council changed the an attorney in a special
qualifications when they were con- program tonight at the
sidering constitutional revisionsthis Florida Union at 8:30 p.m.
past Fall, and they were never The Pre-Law and Pre-
Takes UF SpotlDrama I ight officially decided upon,Epper- Med societies will sponsorthe
heimer said. discussion, "The Cig-
The new qualifications require aret Controversy
music, and art take the place in University Auditorium I University Auditorium. candidates to have a 2.3 overall Medical and Legal Consid-
spotlight at the UF this week under sponsorship of the Univer-. Thursday the Chicago Opera grade average, to have two tri- erations."
starting tomorrow as the Third sity's Public Functions and Lec Ballet, a highlight of the festival, mesters experience on a fee-sup-
Annual Fine Arts Festival gets tures Committee. will be presented by the Lyceum ported student publication, or to
underway.The Florida Players' performance, Council at 8:15 p.m. in the Uni- be a registered junior In the School
festival, which packs 15 "The House of Bernarda Alba," versity Auditorium. Under the of Journalism and Communicationswith
performances into seven days, and a concert by the University direction of Ruth Page, noted a journalism major,or to have
opens tomorrow and continues Symphony Orchestra open the festival dancer and choreographer,the balI experience considered a rea- r
through Feb. 19. tomorrow night. The curtain I let troupe will feature Mrs.Page's sonable equivalent of the required
Virgil Thomson,American com- goes up in Norman Hall Auditor- "opera into ballet," a special publications experience.After .
poser, author, and music critic, ium for the Players' production at t dance interpretation of famous this election, the grade
delivered a public lecture yester- 7:30 p.m. tomorrow and Thursdayand operas.At requirement will be raised to 2.5, rand r'a AQS
day on the role of universities in at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday.The 4 p.m. Friday, members of the Journalism school pro- t
the creative arts. His talks took concert begins at 8 p.m. in the University faculty will presenta vision will be dropped, Epper- "
.!s.:1-.EA! : !,;8* .m\f.j.!:\:! .. J.W t, '<''r :"::':::: : : '' '; : : f
: : '
iW'; m ;i' ('fi'iii: O :W .JMWWi" f JMJk'! readings from William Epperheimer, Miss ?$

,,) Student Suspended .JllkI": Shakespeare Quadricentennial. Keller was to have been notifiedby
Also Friday, Sigma Alpha Iota, Dill DeGrove, secretary of the _
.:' music honorary fraternity for women interior, on the day of qualification -
'1 John Willard Britten has been suspended until Aug. 15, by the
.,} faculty disciplinary committee. will have a musicale in the Feb. 1, that the board would A ,
Music Building Auditorium at 8:15 review her qualifications at a I
The suspension, which was ordered last week, came as the re- .
p.m. featuring the members. meeting that day. She was absent
:.: suit of an incident about two weeks ago when Britten was arrested
. : The Paul Winter Sextet will be from the meeting."I .
:::.,'.f by city police for carrying an open can of beer in public.
the major attraction Saturday. was not notified of their
:1::> At the time of his arrest he was carrying a false driver's ; .
:: I Appearing at 3:30 and 8:15: p.m. intention to review my qualifica-
tions by them or else,"
r:; : ; : : ;1T (See FINE ARTS, Page 3)) Miss Keller said. anyone BARBARA KELLERBeetles
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Page 2 The Florida Alligator Tuesday, Feb. 11.1 W64Censors UF Dental Schoo

Peel Due In 4 YearsBy

GARY WILLIAMSStaff in Gainesville as soon as possible,
"within limits Imposedbythenecessity -
ro Writer
for carefully detailed pre-
.,MrM, awl'Sa UF will have a functioning den- liminary planning." 1
Are StudentsBy tal school within four years if The American Dental Association 0
present plans are followed, according the American Association b
4 to Dr. L. J. Marchand, of Dental Schools, and the U.) S. f
chairman of a dental education Department of Public Health will 3
PATTIE PITZ committee appointed to consider convene on campus next month o
Staff Writer various problems associated with to discuss the future of dental
establishing a dental school In education. SAn

Censorship of the New Orange Peel lies In the hands of students, not Florida.In advisory committee from 1
faculty members, said Peel editor Stan Huguenin.In the Florida State Dental Society these organizations will outline a c
explanation of a "misleading" plank inthe V.O.T.E. Party platformand workshop of February 1963, program for the UF dental school land
to clarify the Peel's censorship policy, Huguenin said all respon- it was recommended that a schoolof how it should be geared, said
sibility for material In the UF's humor and literary magazine restsin HUGUENIN dentistry be established Marchand. cAt
a board of student editors. present, Florida dental students J
Under Point 13 of the V.O.T.E. must attend out-of-state I
Party's platform J it pledged to schools. The state, in an agree- J
"Support student publications free ment with the Southern Regional ,
of censorship and oppose attemptsto Education Board, has contracts t
limit editorial freedom of New Dames MeetThe with five dental schools reserv- ]
Orange Peel." ing 231 places for Florida stu- ]
Editorial freedom for the Peelis dents in 1964.

handled by seven editors of Engineering Dames will hold Pharmacy DamesThe Winter PledgesWinter The state pays these five schools
student publications. They are their next meeting tomorrow in the $1,500 per student, which waivesoutofstate
Walker Lundy, Alligator editor; Florida Union Auditorium. Pharmacy Dames will meet trimester pledges for fees. This will total
John Cowden, Seminole editor;Hu- Speaker will be Dr. MargaretE. tomorrow at 8 p.m. In the Flori- Alpha Kappa Psi business frater- almost $347,000 in 1964.
guenin, and four of his editors, Waid, pathologist at the Alachua da Union, Johnson Lounge. nity are: Fred Adkins,Paul Bass, The possibility of a dental school I
John Askins, humor editor; Tom General Hospital. She will pre- Kappa Psi James F. Brown, Frank Bunch, in Florida was first mentioned in
Lowy, opinion editor; Gerald sent slides showing different types Alpha John Carmean, Paul Geiger, Jeff the state legislature in 1957. The
Jones, art and literature editor; of cancer. Alpha Kappa Pst business fra- Gillman, Mark Herr, Robert legislature passed a law designating -
and Don Fed e r man, features This meeting will be the dead- ternity will meet Thursday at 7 Mansfield, Bob Moore, Don Nun- Gainesville as the site of any
editor. line for dues, for those who joined p.m., Room M-112,at the J.H.Mil- neker, Stephen Ragow, Roberto dental school created by the Flori-
The administration agreed to after the September meeting.For ler Medical Center. Speaker will Rappaccioll, CharlesSturnm,Herb da Legislature.In .
re-establish the Peel during the further information call' be Mr. J. C. Celander, of Proctorand Weber and James Wynns. 1961, the legislature agreedto
uproar of controversy last year Mrs. Pat Voight at Ext. 2380 or Gamble. Professor ElectedDr. finance a dental school Flori-
only with the understanding that at 376-8545 after 5 p.m. Business majors are welcome. da. In 1963,approximately$30,000was
such a board would be in chargeof Dress will be coat and tie. Robert L. Williams, pro- appropriated for preliminary
material to be printed in the fessor of psychiatry and medicine, investigating committees.With .
Young RepublicansThe
New Orange Peel, which replacedthe has been elected to fellowship in the endorsement of the
Education DamesThe
former U.F.'s notorious cam- Young Republicans are con- the American College of Physi- Florida State Dental Society, the
pus humor magazine the original ducting an Information and mem- cians. 1965 legislature will probably appropriate -
Orange Peel, Huguenin said. Education Dames will meet bership drive this week. money for construction,
"The only censorship done on tomorrow at 8 p.m. in the homeof Today and tomorrow the UF Purl To LectureDr. Marchand said.It .
the Peel is done by students," Dr. and Mrs. Robert Stripling, staff, students, and the public may Harbans S.Puri,paleontologist will take about three years
said Huguenin. "No faculty mem- Speaker will be Mrs. Josephine drop by the Information Booth of the Florida Geological Survey for plans to be drawn and con-
ber looks at the magazine." McSwine, Home Demonstration across from the Hub from 9-5. will lecture tomorrow at 7:45 struction completed, he added.
He said that before the magazineis gent, who will speak on "Herbs Pamphlets and brochures are p.m. in Floyd Hall, Room 104 on
sent to be printed the board and Spices." available.The the "Post Eocene Sediments of
members read it and anything con- bi-weekly meeting will beheld Florida." YumYumAlbert
sidered to be in bad taste by Thursday at 8:30 p.m., Room Dr. Purl's lecture is sponsoredby
three or more members is re- Society MeetsThe 218, in the Florida Union. Sigma Gamma Epsilon (Honorary the Alligator,
moved. Since Huguenin became Earth Sciences) and the UF mascot of 14,000 UF stu-
Election OfficialsElection
editor last summer several things Insurance Society meets today Geological Club. The public is dents, has no complaintsat
have been cut before publication.A at 7 p.m. at the home of Dr. officials may pick up invited to attend.Soprano all with his food ser-
"Campus Cop" edition of the Robert Cllne. Speaker will be their pay checks and class absence vice.L..
Peel is scheduled to go on sale Richard J. Quade of Gulf Life excuses in the student govern- Will SingSarah W. Melvin, employeof
next week. Insurance Co., Jacksonville. ment offices of the Florida Union. Travers, soprano, and the Physical Plant Division -
Assistant Professor of Music in is his special dieti-
the Department of Music, Is solo- cian. Albert is served a
ist with the University Symphony plump mullet with an occasional -
Orchestra Wednesday at 8:15: p.m. side order of beef
in the University Auditorium. This once a month in the winter.
will be the opening concert In the The turtles in the pen
eight day Third Annual Fine Arts are for companionship,not
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rr Tuesday Feb. 11 1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3

] Jl1r1 S C3a.I 1S4C Funds
State Gets
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) by REID POOLE head of UF music deportment .

For UniversitiesFlorida

college and univer- Fedoral funds will match up to
sities recei* I 11\ \a" >." I Uncle 1/3 the cost of facilities. The
:ecre- Lyceum Council presentsthe
Sam when Congress authorized state or Institution must pay the
University Florida's Chicago Opera Ballet in Uni-
construction funds before
shortly other 23.Jones .
Third Annual Fine Arts Festival versity Auditorium, Thursday, at
ending the 1963 session.
Ia- opens tomorrow with a concertby 8:15.: The company of 50, com-
Authorization for matching state
tion the University Symphony Or- plete with orchestra will offer asserted that Florida is
funds for construction academic
. S. chestra and the opening performance Director Ruth Page's choreo- facilities in a good position to use the fed-
was passed by Congresslast
..v111Inth of Florida Players productionof graphed versions Bizet's"Car ; eral funds because of the pass
:t.1 December 16, said W. E.
"The House of Bernarda Alba." men" and Lehar's "The Merry :: age of Florida's $75 million bond
Jones, University of Florldabuslness -
ital Edward Troupin and Robert Widow." The star performers : issue.
Schleber will share conducting Include Patricia Klekovlc and Ken- The authorization bill includes
ome honors in Wednesday's Symphony neth Johnson, with guest stars of Ih three parts. The first part ear-
a I concert, which begins at 8:15 in the Royal Danish Ballet, Kirsten Holly Gets In marks funds for undergraduate
ool University Auditorium. Soprano Simone and Henning Kronstam. facilities, the second part is for
aid soloist Sarah Traverse will sing Tickets are available at the Information graduate facilities and the third

operatic arias by Mozard, Char- booth across the street Race For GOP sets up a loan fund for both groups,
tu- | pentier, and Gounod. The pro- from the Hub; $2.00 for adults; said Jones.
atee gram also includes Humanities $1.00 for high school students and The national total for under-
Professor Didier Graeffe's "Di- children. UF students obtain tick TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (UPI) .- graduates for each of the next

tial vertimento for Orchestra," and ets on I. D. cards. Holders of State Rep. Charles R. Holley, a three years is $230 million, with
:ts the "Reformation" Symphony by Lyceum Council season tickets Goldwater Republican, jumped Into Florida getting 1/40 of that, or {
v- Felix Mendelssohn. The concertis may get reserved seat tickets for the race for governor yester- $5.63 million
uIts- free and open to all. the remaining four regular sea- day saying he wanted to give Junior colleges receive $1.35
son attractions by presenting their the evening. Floridians a choice between con- million, while four-year Institu-
) FLORIDA PLAYERSThe season tickets to Mrs. KayeStout, The Lyceum Council presentsthe servative and socialistic princI- tions get $4.28 million.

es Room 108, in the University Music group as an extra attraction, ples.Holley Allotment of undergraduatefunds
tal Florida Players' "Houseof Building. in addition to the regular season 39-year-old St. Peters- is based mainly on the num-
Bernarda Alba" will run for four offerings. All seats are reservedat burg attorney and two-term House ber of high school graduates and
>olIn performances in Norman Hall PAUL WINTER SEXTET $1.50. Tickets at the "Hub" member, said If elected he would on population.A .
Information booth. exercise his veto power to cut
Auditorium, Wednesday federal committee decides
he Thursday at 7:30: and Friday and The Paul Winter Sextet, one of The Sextet has won reviews from out excess spending and excess graduate allotments according to
t- Saturday at 8:00. The play is the freshest and tastiest of the favorable on up to "rare" in taxes and would actively seek regions, said Jones. For Instancethe
ny directed by Ron Jerlt and stars currently popular modern jazz "Time," "Newsweek," and elimination of the intangibles tax UF and Florida State Univer-
'1- Joanne Schatz and Mimi Carr. For groups will present two performances "Downbeat," were acclaimed in a on securities. His candidacy increases sity might be given funds for a
Audi- White House concert for the Ken- the field to three Republicans -
ticket reservations call the Uni- Saturday University graduate center at either univer-
?d versity, extension 2671. torium, matinee at 3:30: and 8:15 nedys and sent on a six month tour and six Democrats with the sity or for someplace between
i- of South America by the U. S. official qualifying period to get them.
State offers a quality underway Feb 18. Republicanswho
) Department. Authorization was made for $25
)0y Feel Tired Lately? of jazz which has not been announced earlier are Ken million in 1964 and for $65 mU-
heard inGalnesville for quite some Folks, Orlando and II. B. Foster, lion in both '65 and '66.
. time. Fort Myers. Democrats are Sense
Jones stressed that availability
' .ee You Have 'Mono' John Mathews, Jacksonville and of these funds Is dependent upon
- May READER'S THEATREA Scott Kelly, Lakeland, mayors their being appropriated'' by the
Jn i, Haydon Burns, Jacksonville and 1964 Congress now' that they've
Do you feel tired..have lever... this little spoilsport disease is Reader's Theatre the faculty Robert King High, Miami, Rep been authorized i by the 1903
rs and a sore throat? Have you done again making its campus rounds. and staff of the Department of Fred Karl, Daytona Deach and former session.

1- any smooching lately? Last month, 67 students were Speech will offer selections from Sen. Fred Dickinson, West The third part of the bill makes
You may have "mono." diagnosed as having Infectious Shakespeare, in recognition of the Palm Beach. $120 million available.for loans of
UF infirmary records show that Mononucleosis (mono), commonly quadrlcentennial in Norman Hall Holley announced Raymond E. up to 75 per cent of constructioncosts
called "kissing disease." Auditorium at 4:00 Friday. Dr. Griffin, Clearwater, will be his for either graduate under
Dr. Samuel S. Wright, student Walter Herbert will comment on campaign treasurer and Union graduate facilities.
Fine Arts health director, said that even the selected readings.S. Trust Co., St. Petersburg, his Loans are granted on the basisof
though mono had been around since depository. He said he has in need and population. A national -
the 30's, researchers still had not A. I. MUSICALE sight contributions of $250,000 to total of $267 million was appropriated -
(Continued From Page 1)) determined the source. He saidit run an adequate campaign but to institutions of higher
in the University Auditorium as a was thought to be a virus Infection Sigma Alpha Iota,national music hopes to collect the $500,000 he learning for the 1964 fiscal year.
Lyceum Council presentation, the most commonly transmitted honorary for women, will present a feels will be required for a"good" President Lyndon H. Johnson has
jazz group has performed in the by kissing. Musicale by its members Friday campaign and victory. asked for $464 million for 1965.
White House and toured South Wright said the disease does not evening at 8:15 in the Music Building -

America. respond to modern antibiotic drugs Auditorium.ART .
The University Orchesls Club, and that it was most likely to
a modern dance group, will occupy occur in the 10-20 age group. EXHIBITSIn See What's a New in
the Sunday spot in the festival witha The most common symptomsare
recital of modern dance in the sore throat, fever and addition to some 15 perform-
Women's Gymnasium at 3 p.m. fatigue. Severity varies with the ances and lectures during the eight
Thomson's lecture last night was individual, he said. days of the festival there are eight The Browse Shop
followed with a reception in his Four of the 67 students were Art Exhibits listed at various locations -

honor in Bryan Lounge of Florida hospitalized."It on the campus:
Union. is not considered a dangerous The Working Drawing..UF Faculty Quality PaperbacksTHEORY

He delivers a second talk todayat disease," said Wright, "and Department of Art, through
2:30 p.m. on "The American- seldom causes permanent damage Feb. 14 Gallery X 9-12 a.m.

ness of American Music" in the ." and 2-5 p.m."Images .
Music Building Auditorium. Wright said he thought OF FUNCTIONS .Knopp (Part I &
Sharing the spot today with might have an effect on the drop- of Man," Oil Paintingsby BUDDHIST LOGIC
Robert 0. Beach, Director .Stcherbalsky, Vol. 1 &1..
Thomson will be the: University out rate.
Symphonic Band, which will "The: fatigue that accompaniesthis College of Medicine, Florida I JIU JITSU .Hancock-Higashi

present a concert in the Univer- disease is bound to adversely Union Metal- Bryan Lounge. FRENCH: HOW TO SPEAK & WRITE IT
Sculptures Johann
sity Auditorium at 8:15: p.m. The affect the student In his studies.No : by Ey-
tells, Florida Union North Wing .LemaitreIT
band, under the direction of one is at his best when ill,
Richard W. Bowles will include he said. Gallery. ALL STARTED WITH EVE .Armour

works by Thomson in their per- ---- --- --
Rounding out the performancesof UNDERSTANDING OTHER CULTURES .Brown

the Fine Arts Festival will A SPECIAL EVERY DAY

be Szymon Goldberg,violinist,who
will perform in the University

Auditorium at 8:15 p.m. tomorrow AT TOWNHOUSEEach Technical & Reference
under Lyceum Council sponsor-

ship.The festival includes a numberof COMPLETE BOOK OF ETIQUETTE

art exhibits.All One Different, Each One a Complete Meal .Amy VanderbiltROGET'S
events are free to the public
with the exception of the three At Prices That Help Your Appetite THESAURUSRUN

Lyceum Council performances.The TO DAYLIGHT .Lombard!

festival Is a cooperative
effort between the University's:
Department of Music, the Lyceum Townhouse Restaurant
Council, Florida Players, Florida The BROWSE SHOP

Union, College of Physical Educa- 2204 S.W. 13th St. 376-9904

tion Art and, Speech Health, the and Departmentsof Humanities, complete carry-out service Campus Shop t lookstore

and the Public Functions and Lec- I .

tures Committee., /



Page 4 The Florida Alligator Tuesday, Feb. 11 1964

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The latest reports indicate that cigarette sales in the state of Florida
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The latest move should fall neatly In place, considering the move- n
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begin, and where the peak is going to be. And the Inside informationon s ss..
when the next major report on the tobacco hazard sometimes can '
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have gotten the same tip by the time you make it to your favorite

broker.And then there's always someone around to remind you of that old LETTER
I I.
maxim of the market. "One man's gain is another man's loss." And

it's"another"all too simple man. sometimes to find oneself standing in the shoesof Less Editorialism In SportsEDITOR : i

Which all goes to prove that speculation on the sales of cigarettes : was just too much." The mental corrected. f
could be almost as dangerous as smoking them. and ball handling errors Laney I would like to see more objec-

I believe your Sports Dept.needs talks about were provoked by an tive commentary on the part of s
W. C. N. help. Initially I will quote Mr. alert Kentucky defense. In fact the Alligator's Sports Staff and less c

Laney, who obviously thinks the that is the strategy behind Rupp'snew emotional gibberish. It is possible
University of Florida basketball zone defense. Harrass the to support the team and still be a

team should have beaten Univer- offense and steal the ball. This good sport. Supporting, and in fact ":
A Grimm StoryThe sity of Kentucky, when he states means gambling and Kentucky's encouraging emotional displays, !] )
"A loss which should have never gambling paid off; it also gave and making comments based on 1
happened. A loss which WAS Florida many easy baskets that pure bias doesn't help our Gators I'\Y'f !

first signs of spring are appearing.Due GIVEN to the number three teamin they wouldn't have gotten, if it or our "Alligator." :\ '
to the blossoming of the latest international romance, this spring the nation by mental and ball wasn't for the ball hawking Ken- ::::::! '

may come months early--In the soft blushing smile of a Dutch Princess.In handling errors." Did it ever tucky defense. Name Withheld ,

fact, it sounds like something out of the Brother's Grimm, as the occur to Mr. Laney that Floridahad Florida has obviously played six
Princess gives up the right to her throne in order to follow her heartto a 10 to 20 point home court or seven years of organized What Is
another land. And the world, with glowing memories of Tony and advantage by playing the game in basketball, and if the position i for I
Margaret, watches and wishes them happiness;thankful for a refreshing Florida gym? For all intent and the rebound isn't right the playeror YOUROPINION :

I story of happiness wedged between the usually tense, and forboding purposes Florida was never in the team with the disadvantage
headlines.We game after the first ten minutes.It will object. Florida didn't object ? I:\\I

send our congratulations to the Princess for her courage in is true that the margin of pointswas and thus there was no correctionin Quite often, editorial com

making the decision between a throne and a man--and smile in amuse- never great but Kentucky the lineup. Actually no harm ments appear In the Alligator \\\f\
always managed to stay in complete was done, since the Kentucky
ment as we see aUF coed struggling with the decision between the books which raise the ire of some of I:!
and the dinner date with the latest dreamboat..confident that love will control. Even Florida Coach Sloan player was shooting a two shot '
minded individuals
the more serious \\((1
win out, as usual. on his post-game show commented foul and there was no play on the on campus. These 1\
"that Florida had played its best first foul attempt. Before the second -
comments most often take the
W. C. N. game of the season, but Kentucky attempt the situation was ":
form of letters. "
When a controversy is raised ;I".J
I What Have They Done? over an issue where the intellectuals MN!'

Speeded-Up Clean UpRumor r r split with the fool- \\\
hearty, it is the latter who I:
EDITOR: and ordered the U. S. Navy to stay
appear to be in the majority \\
out.So by virtue of their more vocal \;
has it that the UF has been blessed with a new tradition. To those who condemn viewsof what are we doing about it? ;\
nature. M\\'I\\!\
, We are referring to the actions of certain pledges of fraternities Sen. Barry Goldwater on foreign We're in Geneva negotiating on
When you feel the need to \\\
I, affiliated with Gator party. Immediately after the results of last policy, the following question is disarmament. While the negotia-
do It in
champion a cause, l\i\
Thursday's elections were made public, they toured the campus, addressed. What great triumphshas tions are going on,the subversion,
I such a as to be effective.The \\\i\\\]
tearing down banners, removing posters, and otherwise obliterating the liberal conceived and administered sabotage and trickery which ema-
editorial page of the Alligator M\i!\
the paper trail left by the passing campaign. foreign policy broughtto nates from Moscow, Peking and :
Is the best medium on
If this becomes an annual event, the Plant and Grounds division the free world? Havanacontinues, unabated. :
for the dissemination \
may well become avid fans of campus politics.And Well, let's see, in Africa, wave Mi:
of worthwhile ideas. :
if the normal tasks of Student Government are carried out with of terrorism sweeps across the Fred Hedges 7EG ti\i.
Write a letter!
I the prodigious expedition with which this first task was completed, The continent. British troops are required [ !
Alligator may expect to be kept busy enumerating the accomplishmentsof to put down Peking inspired "

the new regime.So revolutions in Kenya and Tan-
we'll warm up our typing fingers and hope we can keep up with ganyika. In Zanzibar, Field Mar- An Economic Questionstudent's i
them. shall Okello takes time off from
interupting dreams to place two iht"I'::-

W. C. N. of our consul officials under arrest EDITOR: reluctance to p..ronize 1the \\\;
In Americans haveto
Cyprus, stores because they feel they
The Florida AlligatorServed be evacuated after our embassyis In your Jan. 27th issue of the are entitled to special monetary i \

bombed by terrorists.Our- Florida Alligator you printed an considerations--namely, "The SG
by United Press International win" policy in South Viet Nam sacrifices article headed, Trimester System Sales Project?" If:

Editor .. ... ... .. .. ... ... .. .. ... ... ... .. ..Walker Lundy American lives every day. Alters City's Economy." It We heartily agree that students ;(
Managing Editor .. ..... .... ...... .. ...... .... Bill Fuller Laos has all but !given up hope in mentioned that the Chamber of should be accorded special con- :
' Assistant Managing Editor .. .. .. .... .. .. .. John Asktns its struggle against the com- Commerce reseat'ch department siderations. We, individually, s\\1
I' Editorial Editor ... ... ... .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .Wayne Norfleet munists in its coalition govern- showed sales up 7%/ in 1962 and have for many years and still

Sports Editor ... .. .. .... .... .. ..... .. ... Glenn Laney ment. 1963 over the previous year. The do, offer students this opportunity -
Wire Editor ... .... ... .. ........ .. .. ... .. .... .Bob Thomas Our leadership has declined consensus was that the Trimester and we will continue to do so, fk'i:!!::
I Feature Editor ...... ..... .... .. ... ... .. ... .. .Cynthia Tunstall all areas of the world even our System changed the economic pic- even though we have not as yet :i
Campus Living Editor ... .. .. ... ..... .. ... .. Judy Lynn Prince closest allies in Europe no longer ture in Galnesvllle"for the good." been approached 'to participate in >;
\ Editorial Assistants..John Hancock, Ernie Lltz, Gall Sobering, respond to our leadership. Presi- Following the above article was the SG Sales Project. t

Nancy Zimmet, Betty Wendt, Betsy Garrison, Steve Vaughn, Carl dent Johnson is "shocked" that another printed in the Jan. 31st Ibwever, it is of vital interest v1
Hayes, and Sue Dobbie. the British sell busses to Cuba and issue, "Merchants AcceptSG to the city's merchants to be informed .?1

Reporters.. .. Mike Power, Jim Castello, Phil Hevener, Joel Gaston, that the French recognize Red Sales Project." Praise was of the precise cause for tf
( Douglas Molitor, Donita Mathison, Sally Stock, Carol Nobis, Ann China. Of course, we only sell given to the proposal as the most the economic change created since :i.ID.
Carter, Joe Kollin, Pam Pulley, Agnes Fowles, Bob De Loach, about 300 million dollars worth of realistic approach to the "Pro- September 1962. ,11

Fran Snider, Fred Lane, Kathrine Duda, Jean Fagot, Judy Teich, wheat to communist countries and blem." We look forward to your next 11
Evan Engle, George Mims, Phil Geyer, Don Federman, Becky Quinn, recognize and perpetuate In power In view of these contradictory article clarifying the above con- .W
Larry Zimmerman, Jackie Cornelius, Pat Hogan, Charner Powell, every African dictator that ever statistics, clarification Is in order troversy. Mif.
Patti Pltz, Gary Williams Don Davis, Terry Rogers, Sue Haugsted, said, "down with colonialism." Is there or isn't there a .
Joyce Kilmer, George Elmore, David Sumner, Jay Havlser, Joe The British are suspicious of the Problem existing in Gainesville? Top Tunes Record Shop g
Malaslan "Peace Conference" and If so, what, precisely is in the con-
Ziegler, and Joy Cherry. J. B. Novogroskl j}
why shouldn't they be. The last tributing factor.

THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student newspaper of peace conference In southeast Asia 1. Has the trimester System hurt (Editor's Note: "problem"
the University of Florida and is published five times weekly except turned over Dutch New Guinea to the city's economy because it is so to which Mr. Mitchell refers in ,

during the months of May, June, and July, when a weekly Issue Is pub- President Sukarno of Indonesia. accelerated that It leaves no time the Jan. 31 article is the students'
lished. THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is entered as second class matterat Incidentally, Sukarno renamed the for students to shop----or economic problem, not themerchants'

the United,State Post Office at Gainesville, Fla. Indian Ocean the Indonesian Ocean 2. The "Problem" stems from .)




JIII!ww" "W;! roo II TuesdayFeb.11,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 5NT

j News 'I "' POST "i"I::: --


I Emerson Hit Water Plant ,: :,,.).."" ,' :" !f '. ;. ..l1ii,

ACCRA, Ghana (UPI) An WASHINGTON (UPIThe ).- ,r 1 1l't.
I official government party Defense Department announced ; .
newspaper Monday attacked yesterday it will builda SIGNS I "AI' '

American Negro diplomat permanent water treatment ," "
Emerson Player as a"Judas" plant on the Guantanamo Naval ,,, ,
for defending the U.S. flag Base to ; ',
replace the fresh
and hinted at possible expul- water supply cut of! last week k
'" Ghana.sions of more Americans from by Cuban Premier Fidel Cas- ;, ; \, O' H E S ':"i

Player received a personal tro.It also said It had begun firing : '........; ,"A, .
message from President some of the 3,000 Cubans f :

Johnson yesterday,commending who work on the base and ;a:, PREMISESWK. I .'a ('
him for "your braveryin whose earnings have poured f x4 .... "' --,1)I :r .
protecting the Americanflag. more than $4 million a year N w '
." into Castro's faltering econ- -.1;, ;, .
<. i.i.When a mob of Ghanaians omy.The I FOQ9 SEKVCfjgggg. .

pulled down the U.S. flag dur- two moves followed "" ,;,.. \' > ,. ,. .,".. ....,...'0J 1'1".'
ing anti American demonstrations President Johnson'san- -

t at the embassy last nounced Intention of making I --..-.. .
week, Player rushed out, the strategic U.S. base on
'. seized the banner and ran It Cuba's southeastern coast ,:. De Pre.J.aw, atNI Pre-MId StcietieS. ': ,

; up the staff. more sufficient. : r 't..,,.......).. ,. '",...\: I 'Ii 1f'
!' JtWy (
The department said I,1 .. ; J' "
s \ .\1 "
N .... : < j 1' .. v
{ Boycott Aid Defense Secretary Robert S. M ., *Thr"I Cigarette"V .. Contrm T KjJ>iS-r*vi, +w : ; ...
McNamara regrettedthat"the W
irresponsible action of Fidel f;11 DON'T READ THIS SIGN

': NOTASULGA, Ala. (UPI) Castro" necessitated this acfi!>;:I because it's not supposed to be there. Despite these contradictory signs in the Hub
:':if i for statewide financial con- :::' the PreMed and Pre -law Societies will meet. See story page 1. ( Photo by Jim
Destroyer Sinks
'. tributions yesterday tot Nichols. )
::i support white students boyIr SYDNEY, Australia (UPI- .
:: cotting integrated schools in An ultra modern Australian i:.ilt'

,, Macon County. destroyer with a crew of 300 :.i Women's Physical Ed.
:: men plunged to the bottom of ,
A boycott and a bomb scare
the Tasmanian Sea yesterday iT:;
I; yesterday closed the last all- after colliding with the navy'sflagship H
: white school and a newly integrated I Launches Attack
aircraft carrier Melt! Smoking
li school in the county bourne during training maneu- .f.1 I .
,N ii when Negroes outnumber
iliJ:: whites five to one. vers. k%::::I UF coeds are feeling the full Smoke." The movie was followed day lectures, Dr.Waid emphasized
loss of life
::::,::: 1) force of the latest barrage on with a lecture by Dr. MargaretWaid the importance of regular medical
1iM::: The boycott, and the transfer the "push button" destroyer tN tl smoking.An pathologist associated with check-ups.
ye t, ;: of white students to private Voyager was feared. @! attack was launched by the Alachua General Hospital and the "People who don't feel up to
;tJ:f schools the Alabama Hours after the night collit !;! ,
women's physical education American Cancer Soiety. par, yet refuse to see<< a doctor
I|| county in a position similar sion, more than 100 members J i department in an attempt to personalize Dr. Waid reminded the girls for fear of what might be dis-
tj;,; to Prince Edward County, Vir11 of the Voyager's crew had t!!1:; the national facts for the the over-all cancer death rateis covered, are only shortening their
$ ginia, where public schools been rescued by ships and :t'?I. Florida coed, said Miss Jane L.' dropping while the rate of lung chances of survival if they are 111,"
m y were closed in 1958 and whites helicopters as the navy pressed i j\\\!\\ sent to private Institutions. an air-sea search in dark- r:1:::! All women enrolled in the com- younger you start to smoke the Dr. Waid concluded her lectureby
h i rj Wallace, in a specially- ness 125 miles south of Sydney j:: pulsory physical education more the odds are lowered for reminding the girls of the
ll: called news conference in off Australia's east coast. iii::!!\ program have been required to you to contract lung cancer," Dr. Florida state law which prohibits
ii'l:' Montgomery, charged that all The Voyager sank in eighty, H i'I see an American Cancer Society Waid warned.In minors (under 21) from buying
the white schools in Macon fathoms (480 feet) of water ::;:;::1!:r. movie, "To Smoke or not to her Monday through Wednes- cigarettes.The .
:;:::::i County "have been destroyed near the continental shelf ex- W r i same film strip and lecture
.I' ,:: as a result of a judicial tantrum tending into the sea for New \''ij: series was presented by the
J. M by the federal courts." South Wales. i: women's physical education

He urged Alabamians to underwrite About-Face *,:::;:J'::: Housing Forms Due department two years ago, accord-
!fuKI'j::; the cost of the pri- ::: Ing to Miss Gardner.
:: vate segregated Macon VIENTIANE, Laos (UPI) ;! "The current SurgeonGeneral's

jit'> Academy at Tuskegee in Ma- Neutralist Premier Prince r1.;:::1 The UF Division of Housing will notify students in the dormitories report seemed to warrant a second
:::' con County. Souvanna Phouma made Iii:;f. within the next two weeks about applications for housing this summer presentation of the program," she
Wil::::,:,: another about-face yesterday j h1'>; and next fall, said Assistant Director of Housing Thomas G. Carpenter. said.iil .
::: Accused and said he is willing to meet j r;t rt:
with leaders of the right-wing j#r Wand : "We try to give the continuing students their preferences," he said.

''II<> JACKSONVILLE, Fla.UPI) pro Communist Laotian Pr*>IIi. tr
I : Students not in the dorms will also be the ONUU POUND
:i\ ;1f presently given opportunity .
-Board chairman Edward Ball factions in efforts to end fight- ;1: KC SlkLOIN
Mt*. denounced as attempted murderers ing in this Southeast Asian ::!t: to apply for housing. Uo
!: :: : n
il yesterday the persons kingdom. : ;1: Housing is not a problem during the summer months because there
I':' who derailed a Florida East A comunique said Souvanna \@!11 rli are not as many students enrolled, Carpenter said. The division $1.95 : '
Coast Railway train with aic wants to meet with right-wing :%> 1; tentatively plans to close two of the women's dorms. This will cutout
;ic:::: dynamite blast at Miami. Gen. Phoumi Nosovan and Pa- : jm: i 800-1000 spaces, about half of those now in use. Somewhere between .
: ; The explosion early Sunday.tij thet Lao Leader Prince Sou- ">1 Ii 1000-1200 of the men's spaces will be closed for the spring ,. HALF POUND
toppled 32 cars of a 93-car phanouvong in the Communist- F terms. It has not been determined yet which dorms will be closed. X1.50c
f::{:; train into a river and onto air held Palin of Jars as originally !i ';O.UI. COONTlt7
I I Part of the women's area will be reopened the second half of the HAM STEAk
highway. A second blast put scheduled.
j .: spring term for graduate women not able to come to the first term urlti Rid sj. Gnu
Ii:::: out of commission an FEC
t railroad crane that was to be Crisis Talks I because of teaching responsibilities.During "GOAD aATI1'f: PODNOTWER st ..

: used to clear the wreckage. LONDON (UPI-Prime- 1 the spring terms the dorms closed to students are used for HOUSE
I"i.j::::' There were no serious inI' ister Sir Alec Douglas-Home W= short course and conference purposes.

W juries, but FEC vice president flew to Canada yesterday en ij;I '.
I':W W.L. Thornton said an estimate route to Washington for crisis:: I

it of $250,000 damage was talks with President Johnson .; Science Students
:i:' conservative. on Cyprus and other troubl. y z Hearts

spots around the world. To Labs
I'' Second Boycott Douglas-Home planned con Coming Full
ferences in Ottawa with Canadian -
High school students with bent
Prime Minister Lester B.
ir: NEW YORK (UPI) Integration for science will have a chance to
Pearson. On Wednesday he of
W leaders yesterday announced dig a little deeper into laboratory
P??il plans for a second will fly on to Washington for t,,.,: techniques here this summer.
two of talks with John :
',| citywide school boycott to days Backed by a $12,265 grant from LOVE
'K "penalize" the board of edu- the National Science FoundationNSF
': cation, which they charge has Dispute : ( ) to the university, the students -
:J failed adequately to meet desegregation will probe Into mysteries
\;' problems of New ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia of life and the physical world at
;:: York City schools. (UPI) The defense ministrysaid the same scientific levels as full-

Boycott leader Milton yesterday Ethiopian fledged scientists.It .
Galamison said the boycott troops had killed 307 Somalis will be the sixth summer the
W t will be staged sometime between in fighting along the disputed NSF has supported the Univer-
t.:: March 9 and April 17. Ethiopian-Somalia border.In sity's unique approach to further-

f.It. will penalize the board of Mogadishu, Somalia, the ing the scientific interests of young
,( education economicallybecause government said Somali scholars.
attendance figures forces had killed 35 Ethio- The students will be selected
u" TO S2000Packaged
during this period are usedin pian troops in the last three from across the state for the two- a
computing state aid to days while suffering 14 dead p' month training program on the

schools, he explained. and 35 wounded. ,11 I basis of their scholastic ability

,, ,,': .'.'''..;;>;;_"::&i?({;;:(,:

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w Ray Whitehouse Shown Diving
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Hopes To Help Gator Tankers

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Wfiifehouse( Stars For UF Swimmers I

"STEW FJS.U."---That's what utes. The Individual medley is It was believed in swimming since high school, six of these this "Although the swimming team
the sign says In the window of something of a swimming meet in circles that Whitehouse was year. has done a good Job, I feel we
outstanding sophomore swimmer itself, consisting of all four com- ticketed to go to FSU after gra- have a lot more potential and I
Ray Whitehouse. And that's what petitive strokes...fly, back, duation from high school. But As to his chances of makingAll am sure we will show that this
Whitehouse, along with his team- breast, and free.Whitehouse Whitehouse said he decided on America, Whitehouse said, weekend against FSU,"Whitehouse
mates, hope to do to FJS.U. Satur- Florida since It "had the mostto "Times will be faster but I will concluded.
day at Florida Pool. set the record offer academically." certainly give it a good try."
As far as the swimming team's
swimming against Thompson Mann
Whitehouse, who hails from from North Carolina, a two-time Whitehouse, who holds the fresh- chances for its ninth straight
Landon High School in Jacksonville All-America. man records in the 100-yard fly Southeastern Conference (SEC) Nature?
where he was coached by Joe and 200-yard fly, has developedinto crown, Whitehouse sees no one as
Sexton, is a physical education Coach Dill Harlan has nothingbut a tremendous individual a serious threat to Florida's win-
major.On praise for the 6 feet, 170 medley man. ning the title. The Gators beat Nature got her com-
pound athlete. "Ray is the most last year's runner-up, Alabama munication lines crossed
the swimming team's promising sophomore we've ever "The butterfly was my favorite 77-18 at the beginning of the sea- again this year.
successful trip to North Carolina had at Florida. He has more event until I came to college, but son. The Groundhog came out
last week, he set a new varsity than lived up to expectations and now its the Individual medley he of his hole last week and
record in the 200-yard Individual should have a brilliant career said. Whitehouse has dropped 10 is harder saw his shadow. A sure
"Competition than
medley with a time of 2:04.9 min ahead of him." seconds off his Individual times sign of six more weeks of
ever In the SEC, though,and IthinkIt
will be close to see who takes winter weather.
WUfT Basketball Telecasts second in the conference between On the same day peach
Alabama trees on campus began to
I Georgia, and rising Vanderbilt -
Whitehouse bloom. A sure sign that .
Ease Gym Seating Problem spring must Is here.It be .due to the

Concerning the FSU meet this accelerated trimester
JOHN by the athletic department. which have broadcast rights to the weekend, Whitehouse said, "the system.SELLSELLSELLSELLS.
Haney said he doubted if the Gator games. races In Tallahassee were real
Sports Writer games will be televised on a state- Haney directed a similar opera close. With our own pool and a
Television broadcasts of Florida wide level in the Immediate future. tion when he was at the Univer- good home crowd, we will give FSUa
basketball games by UF edu- "The tremendous cost of such a sity of North Carolina in 1955. good run for their money. I
cational station WUFT may be the feat almost rules the idea out although North Carolina's problem was the would like to see a packed house ELLSELLSELLSELLSELLSEL
answer to the recent seating pro- it Is not completely out of same as Florida's In that there this weekend since a lot of people
blems at Florida Gym. the question," he said. was tremendous fan Interest in the from FSU are coming down. It GATORCLASSIFIEDSGAT
John R. Haney, program direc- The telecasts to date have beenon cage sport, but a gym that was too should be a real close meet and LLSELLSELLSELLSELLSELL
tor at WUFT, said the responsehas a cooperative basis with WRUF, small to meet the seating require- ought to display some of the finest LSELLSELLSELLSEL1OUR
been "very favorable" to the The UF radio station. WUFT has ments. swimming in the South."
telecasting of the games. WUFT supplied the video portion of the No more games are slated for "\
televised the Alabama game Jan. game and WRUF, the originating televising this season and plans
27 and the Feb. 1 contest with station on the Florida basketball for next year have yet to be drawn
Kentucky. network, has contributed the audio
"Because of the capacity crowdsat portion. up."I MEfSftol'
the gym during the first part of WUFT cannot carry the audio doubt if we will ever televisea
the season we decided to televisethe broadcast because it Is anon-com- complete home schedule," he
Alabama game just to see if mercial station. It would be inter- said. Probably just the games
it could be done," Haney said."We ferring with the commercial sta- that promise to be complete sell- IS A
went ahead with the Kentucky tele- tions that belong to the network outs will be aired."
cast at the request of the athle-
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i Page 8 The Florida Alligator Tuesday, Feb. 11 1964

Gator Cagers Blasted


I By. Hot Auburn 7958AUBURN

in 10 quick points. Auburn, with Larry Chapmanand
The linson pumped
Ala. (Special) --
By STEVE VAUGHN fired up Auburn Tigers completely But Auburn caught fire to out- Lee DeFore leading the way,
Assistant Sports Editor dominated play here last nightto score the Gators 15-1 in the next continued to pour it on in the second
half and they finished the con-
hand favored Florida a 79-58! five minutes.
test playing the reserves.
pasting.The .
Another Fuller Winner? The Tigers kept it up and outscored -
, the Gators 28-6 in the remainder -
Chapman scored 17 and DeFore
Florida head baseball coach Dave Fuller walked across the infield game was an almost com- of the half to take a 35-
minute and said he having plete reversal for theGators from lead intermission. 26 to pace the Tigers.
yesterday afternoon, thought a figured on 25 at
the heads-up play seen in their
a pretty good ball club this season.
Fuller's words should come as no big surprise to baseball fans last outing against Kentucky. Only Florida was plagued with num- Dick Tomlinson got 19
who have followed Gator diamond fortunes in past seasons. Winning early in the contest did they show erous difficulties in the first 20 pointsin
for Florida
seasons have become a Fuller trademark at Florida since he took the any signs of the type ball the minutes. The Gators hit a weak a losing ,
baseball helm back in 1947.In team's been known to play. 21.9 per cent of their shots. Floor followed by Dick Peek's 10.

16 years, Fuller has compiled 301 victories while losing 148 leader Brooks Henderson pickedup
times He's won three Southeastern Conference (SEC) titles, and had Florida picked up an opening three fouls early in the con- Gator leading scorer Henderson
14 winning seasons in the 16 he's been baseball boss. 7-1 lead in the early minutes. test and had to be taken out, this fouled out early in the second half
1 Fu'1er, who opened his seventeenth spring practice last week, is The Gators made it 17-9 midwayof coming just before the Gators be- and finished the night far below his
'... counting .n another winner despite some severe graduation losses the first half when Dick Tom- 18.3 average.
off the 1963 squad, which compiled an impressive 30-9 mark. behind.r
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He said his biggest problem is find replacements for the departed fa rb arv'>' : nX: :::;:;:;:Yyv: :! Y
j' two-time All-america third baseman Tom Moore, and All-SEC second r Florida's record is now 10-6

baseman Carol Lanoux. [,, KJI' overall and 4-4 in Southeastern
t Moore led the '63 club in almost every category. He was tops Free Meal I Awaits Lucky Conference (SEC) play after the
with (1)) a .357 batting average, ((2) 20 stolen bases, ((3) 50 hits, and I' I disappointing loss.
(4) 38 runs-batted-in. Lanoux batted .295 and formed a keen double
play combination with Moore and shortstop Ron Birchall, who singeda '
pro contract and will not return. : Cage Contest Winner Ifllll'
Also gone are platooning first basemen Ed Braddy and Bob Coleman, I'dl
and outfielders Bernie Haskins and Al Lopez,Jr., who signed a contractto
play for his daddy with the Chicago White Sox. :;; Here is your chance to win In case of a tie the winner m..;:
Plenty Of Talent"We'll It1!! a free dinner for two at CarwUl be decided by the score it:: 1c ;
: manella's Garden of Eating at which he p r e die t e d for the @:
have an almost completely new team," Fuller said as he went !; 706 W. University Ave. Florida game. Deadline for f;
over the vacated positions. "But there is plenty of talent around and Jfl All you have to do is pick entries is Friday at 6:00 p.m. lt I:
there's no reason why we shouldn't be as good as last year. At the :,:;: the winner of the ten contests in room 15 of the Florida *}=:
plate we'll probably be better." : ; listed below plus the score of Union. One entry per persona
Fuller's chief reason for optimism Is a talented, experienced, depth- ti the Florida game. The person and decision of the judges is 'i ::1
rich pitching department. The entire Gator staff will be back for another .(>i picking the most winners will final. Once a person has won ;l
round, headed by All-SEC righthander Danny Eggart. Eggart, a junior, y' win a certificate,entitling him the contest he is no longer tl
won in a big way in his junior campaign, winning 10 and losing two, :!t: to a free dinner for two. eligible for future contests. i iI
with 2.58 earned run average.
Other returning moundsman are seniors Jim Diggart ((6-3), Charles ,
Anderson (5-2), Jim Elliot (4-0, and juniors Ron Creese and Neil jl! Tennessee ( ) at Vanderbilt ( ) r
McMillan. Elliot doubled as an outfielder last year, hit .300, as is :t. Wichita ( ) at Cincinnati ( ) '@'
likely to do so again. Washington ( ) at UCLA ( ) 1
Fuller says pitching will definitely be the Gators' strongest point. FSU ( ) at Georgia Tech ( ) I':"};r::;
The Florida Coach has an aspiring crew of mostly sophomores and I Chicago Loyola ( ) at Houston ( ) ''
juniors ready to vacate the infield positions up for grabs.A ??': Harvard ( ) at Princeton ( ) :::;:
junior shortstop, Randy Morecroft, who hit .310 last season, J!j. Wisconsin ( ) at Ohio State ( ) flIJr
and converted outfielder Earl Montgomery are the only Infielders I' Auburn ( atLSU ( ) ?Y::
V with game experience.Tom Davidson ) at Duke ( )
Shannon the football thrower, will probably play first base. Indiana ( ) at Michigan ( ) h l
Bruce Moore, the basketball shooter, will get a late start due to the
length of the cage season, but Is a second baseman.
I '
Behind the plate, senior Dave Porter is a returning regular and junior PICK SCORE :
Jack Kenworthy saw considerable action backing him up to give the I' DICK TOMLINSON

Gators depth at catcher. J Florida ( ) at Mississippi ( ) v .led the Gators with 19

All Sophomore CastThe { 19 points in the UF loss to I

Gator roster lists an all-sophomore cast of outfileders, as wellas L$. !: : f Wlfi.Jt'lili1li."diliillt. ;t..+ to Auburn last night.
nine additional sophomore hurlers. When everybody's added together,
totals show 19 sophomores, 6 Juniors, and six seniors hoping to play
baseball for the Gators. Roundballers
"With all these sophomores there's a lot shifting and experimentingto Snappy
do," Fuller says. "But by the time we finish moving everybody
around we ought to have a seasoned ball club."
know.Fuller, whose been at it for going on seventeen seasons now, ought to Pace In Intramural ActionBy

d Assistant

Mural basketball action saw dall Taylor with 12. sulted In a 57-28 rout of FletcherN.
some rather astonishing scores Delta Sigma Phi 19 -- TKE 15. by Murphree G. The winners
last Thursday.In High men for the respective win- were led by Dave Thompson with
Blue League action,use, Fiji's ner and loser were Tim Murray 11 and John Hodges with 12. The
downed the Phi Kappa Phi's 34- with 6 and Don Anderson with 8. losers were paced by John Ham-
19. They were paced by Pete The Chi Phi's downed the Phi rick with 14.
Portley with 10 points and Mike Ep's 64-22. The runaway was led In the Tolbert Area, Eldridge
Royo with eight. The PI Kap's by Willie Forehand with 24 and downed Weaver II 38-16. High
were led by Greg Cottin with six. Jim Rosini with 26. BobSchwartzled scorer for the 'winners was Bob
DU 37--AGR 24. The DU's were the losers with 8. Threatt with 12 markers and for
led by John Hoft with 13 and Steve In Dorm action the MurphreeArea the losers Norman Koff with 14.
Braun with 12, the AGR's by Wen- semifinal cage playoff reLARRY'S The protested games betweenthe
-- Phi Delts and tie Betas as
\ well as the protest over the Pi
.r Lamb--SAE game were denied.
RESTAURANTPRESENTS The games stand and both of the
latter teams won.

_,: The Kappa Sigs will play the
ATO's tonight at 5:30 in a rescheduled -

1iW Dorm League match. Bowling starts

this week with Tolbert having begun -
i yesterday, Graham Area today -
just half a block from and Murphree Area tomorrow.
All action will take place at the
campus on University Ave. new Palm Lanes.

The Gymnast team will meet in
OPEN 24 HOURS Tallahassee this Saturday, as will
211 W, University Avenue the Soccer club.Volleyball .
MY.\ Quick Service Good Food Pleasant Atmosphere will start for the independent -
'.::,: fK m } ,l :':\ {. League next Monday.

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