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The Florida AlligatorVol.56




No.94 University of Florida, Gainesville Wednesday, February 12, 1964City

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Voters Approve '!<'I/l, I t C


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$6 Million In BondsBy ",\"',t.'<' 1m '

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PHIL HEVENER
Staff WriterA

$6 million corporate face lifting received the Trooping to the polls in what supervisor registra- rf
overwhelming approval of Gainesville freeholders at tion Mrs. ElmaDethea termed1'a steady stream," city t: I .'
yesterday's city bond referendum. property owners okayed each of the five projects listed \ li>:' t "
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on the ballot by at least two and ti't'
IN NEWBERRY one-half to one.Unofficials '.' I t' ,,
<1\\.'. '
,
results for each of ,
the five projects were as follows: /
Bank \,
Burglars Net --East Gainesville sewer exten- '. :. 1
sion and central dump, 2,620 for '<>'
and 788 against. i ,,\ ''1 .
More Than $13,000 --Two new fire stations and : 1

equipment, city hall, public works '',..f. .\
headquarters, and library exten- I ,) ..,..
NEWBERRY- -Approximately $13,000 in currency and valuablesof sion, 2,373 for and 959 against. : j (

an unknown amount were taken early yesterday morning when --Major thoroughfare system, .y. 'It '
burglars cut their way into the Bank of Newberry sidewalk and street i improvements ." : ... ...
D.K. Brown, special agent In charge of the FBI's district office in and off-street parking, "",.4Ift I ':s 't "

Jacksonville, said the burglars gained entrance to the bank through a 2,457 for and 889 against.
FIREMEN CLEAN UP
rear window using acetylene torches. --Two new recreation centers,

"They ripped open the safety park development and the pur- .after blaze in UF temporary building. (Photo by Phil

deposit boxes," Brown said, "and Doubts PosedIn chase of new park sites, 2,401 Krug)
took about $13,000 in tellers' cur- for and 921 against.
rency. This did not include any --Storm drainage Improve-
silver. We won't know what they ments, 2,460 for and 850 against. *
TrialDALLAS Fire Causes 550
took from the deposit boxes until Ruby Passage of the program required DamagesA
we've had a chance to talk to the a minimum voter turnoutof
owners -- although we assume (UI'l) ,- Led by several 1,960 and a "yes" vote of 980.
they took the more valuable prominent citizens, a stream of "I am Indeed gratified," said fire caused $550 damage to professor in Journalism and Communications -
items." witnesses testified yesterday that City Manager Bill Green as the temporary building 908, located said, "1 just happenedto
Brown 'added that the bank Is they doubted Jack Ruby could geta unofficial results were announced northeast of the ROTC building look out my office window and 1
federally insured and "a large fair trial in Dallas for the slay- "at the results of today's around noon yesterday, accordingto saw smoke pouring from both sidesof
number of agents are on the scene ing of accused presidential passage of the $6 million capi- A.I. Shuler, campus police chief. the root. I called the campus
working in cooperation with local assassin Lee Harvey Oswald. tal Improvements bond issue by police, and firemen arrived about
authorities." Only one of more than a dozen the freeholders of this city. Damage was confined to the ceil- fifteen minutes later."
The burglary was discoveredand said flatly he could. ing and roof of the building, used Cause of the tire was unknown,
reported to authorities about Defense attorneys, baffled Mon- "The results indicate a genuine by the engineering department for but was probably due to the over-
8 a.m. by cashier Daniel F.Jones. day in attempts to get witnessesto interest and desire on the partof storage purposes and as an office heating of a steam radiator or
First lawmen on the scene were agree with them, reversed the Gainesville citizens to providethe building for graduate engineers.No faulty electrical equipmentShulersaid.
Alachua County sheriff's deputiesand course of testimony spectacularly necessary municipal Improve one was In the building at The ceiling was so chared
Newberry Marshall Bill Tuesday at the hearing to deter- ments in order that Gainesville the time of the fire. that it was I Impossible to determine
Bartley. Agents from the Jack- mine whether the 52-year-old might continue its growthand May E. Burton, assistant the exact cause, he added.
sonville FBI office arrived about nightclub operator should be tried prosperity."
10:30. in another Texas city. Mayor Byron Wlnn echoed
Bank president Newbern Ruby sat entranced through it Green's sentiments, saying, "I Ok'd
Summerlin said he was at home all as the defense pressed its case am pleased and I feel the voters Spending
about 8:05 when he received a call for a transfer. indicated by the results of the
from Jones. Witnesses ranged from a for- election their confidence In our
r'1 1 told him to call the sheriff's mer mayor, a department store ability to administer the money."I .
office and the town marshall!,"' president and leading attorneys to a know there has been very By Leg CouncilBy
Summerlin said.According former barmaid and a drummerin little opposition to the various
to Agent Brown, his nightclub. issues up for approval and quitea
several clues have been discovered Stanley Marcus, president of the bit of support for the bond Issue -
although he could not divulge Neiman-Marcus department store, which seems to Illustrate MIKE POWER proprlated $ 505 to student
their nature. took the stand first under community recognition of the need Staff Writer organizations and replaced vacant
Contacted yesterday afternoon, questioning by chief defense for the improvements which to- Council posts.
Summerlin said that no businesswas attorney Melvin Belli of San day's election will make pos Defeated V.O.T.E. party presi- Harshaw is still Student Body
conducted at the bank yesterday Francisco."I sible." dential candidate Frank Harshaw VicePresident.The .
"but we hope to resume have grave reservations Still to be counted are approxi- presided over a Legislative Council Council granted $175 to the
normal procedures Wednesday whether the defense or prosecu- mately 44 absentee ballots, which meeting last night which ap- Honor Court for the cost of print-
(today). This place has been tion can get a fair trial in Dal- can have no effect on yesterday'sfinal ing a phamplet to be distributedto
covered with FBI people." las," Marcus declared. totals. UF faculty members. The bro-
_"' ". "I :;""",,_.,..'>OWw"'m..__'_......UUA:_ <_.. chure is to familiarize
: f&<<_.l Mf&j1W !WmtJaWiNm. professorswith
s!. 1mKffg'1 Barbara Keller Gets the Court.
: The chests ModernDanceClub
1! FailureCaused I was also appropriated $100to
Engine '
Stay Of Execution'day send a student to Conneticut

i I: College Instruction.this summer for dancing

Crash Barbara Keller won a stay of Jan.16,the qualifications, Orchesls president Linda Hyams
; execution last night when a Legis- passed by the board, requiredthe said the Instruction was neededso
lative Council committee was appointed candidates to have two tri- the Humanities Departmentcould
1 WASHINGTON (UPI) -. Investigators believe engine failure
to look into the Board of mesters experience on a fee- be provided with better
?i, was involved in the Feb. 3 crash of an air taxi plane at Gainesville ; Student Publications' to supported student
move disqualify publication, dancers to present at C-5 lectures.
'i Fla., killing all 10 aboard, it was learned yesterday.
her from a seat on the or to be a registered junior in Majority Leader Don Davis said,
N A Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) spokesman said the accident
<. board. the School of Journalism and Com- "I feel this is a wasteful expendi-
which occurred shortly after a South Central Airlines twin-engine Miss Keller, who had earlier munications with a journalism ma- ture on the part of the Legislative
<-;.; Beechcraft took off for Jacksonville, still was under investigation. I said she would appeal to the leg- jor, or to have experience con- Council."
But he said preliminary evidence pointed to failure one engine islative Council at its meetinglast sidered a reasonable equivalentof Parliamentarian Buddy Blaine
S: at an altitude too low for the pilot to maintain control. i
the required
night, did not show up because publications experience also opposed the fund allocation.
He said it was understood that a passenger was occupying one attend-- Harshaw said.
she was "advised not to lie called for a "justification
.'' of the pilots seats, but explained that this is permissible and not and was told that a representativein of spending Student Government
x unusual in an air taxi operation which calls for only one pilot. my behalf would propose certain lie added that the board disqualified money to send a student to Conneti
;:', The other eight passengers were in the cabin. y for final vote to the Miss "
plans a leg- Keller on three cut to learn to dance.
The craft was piloted by Roger Thompson of Toccoa, Ga. islative Council 'next She did
Tuesday. points. not have two tri- Miss II l yam s said the club
The CAB spokesman declined comment on a report that a radio The council last night passed an mesters of experience on a fee- "couldn't get funds from outsidethe
operator heard someone in the plane--presumabl y the pilot-- amendment for vicepresidentFrank supported publication, she is nota university, so we had to come.
call out "Don't do that or we'll stall." The CAB official said he
to "
I Harshaw appoint a com- journalism major, and she has here.
had no first hand knowledge of such incident but added that
an mittee to the not had
investigate
publi- experience that Is rea- Blaine moved to postpone a decision -
Investigators would seek determine if a message of this kind cation board's decision to disqualify sonably equivalent required on controversy until next
actually was heard. Miss Keller. publications

1.:: ; :::: ': Mw.i'f : :'>tM'",:'<'i":::fW<;<;': ; ;: Ji-": "The day before qualification to Harshaw.experience, according (See COUNSEL Page 10))

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WSA Passes Sunday Past ProgressBy




Curfew Plan PassesA DON FEDERMANStaff has"One been thing one of we're progress.doing this tri-

Writer mester is having the sociology

The past of Honor Court partment distribute a form among ,
recommendation for extension of women's Sun- vice-president, said. year
day night curfew to midnight was passed unanimously The later curfew is more in coordination with has been one of progress, says students to find out what groups f
by the Women's Student Association (WSA) Mon- Gainesville bus and train scheduling from the larger retiring Honor Court ChancellorHerb cheat most (fraternities, dorm residents I
day night. cities, she said.A Blessing, and the court's married students, etc.)
The recommendation Is to be submitted to Deanof straw vote was taken before WSA's final decisionon present problems are being workedout. and how effective the system Is,"

Women Marna Brady and Dean of Men Lester Hale the recommendation. Weekday sign-outs were Blessing said.
for final approval.If not proposed for academic reasons. "The Honor System is alwaysat He said the survey is to be

accepted, the curfew extension will be on a "Late work, and I think its coverageand completed next month.
Permit" (L.P.) basis. L. P.'s for second semester Dean Brady was questioned Informally on the mat- effectiveness can improve," Blessing stressed the need for
freshmen will be extended from five to seven. Sopho- ter of allowing "hot plates" and heating utensils In he said. greater student awareness of the
mores now allowed ten late permits will be given 15. the dorms. The use of electrical utensils in dorms Blessing said there were many Honor System.

Junior and senior L. P.'s will continue to be unlimited has been under administrative consideration for sometime problems In the Honor System, "One thing done In this area
in number.If Dean Brady said. She said reasons for rulings but that some of them were being is that the facts of each case have
the extension Is not granted this trimester, the against the use of them include fire hazard, foul worked on so that the past yearHERB been explained in greater detail,
present L. P. limit will be continued with a possibility odors, and general sanitation conditions. and case sheets have been dis-
of their use on Sunday nights. A letter submitted to Dean Brady expressed the tributed to fraternities and sororities -
The extension was proposed on the grounds of sentiment of the WSA council on drawbacks, both in addition to Increased

library and traveling purposes, Carolyn SmithWSA academic and general, of the system. coverage by The Alligator,he said.

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program has been expanded, with
I Strike Bogs talks to be given to the freshman
Board Gets New MemberTALLAHASSEE class before the first round of

progress tests each fall and
CapeKennedyCAPE regular talks to fraternities and
(UPI) -- Gov. a member of the board of gover- L4\ sororities.In .
Farris Bryand today appointed Miami nors of the Florida Bar and a member -
addition, he cited a brochureto
Beach attorney James L. of the board of directors of KENNEDY (UPI) --Pick-
be distributed the
faculty
A among
Larry King to the State Board of the Miami National Bank. eting railroad telegraphers today r r designed to explain their respon-
Control. turned all the Ken-
away nearly
sibility to the Honor System.
King, 36, succeds Frank M. nedy Space Center's 3,400 con- Concerning recent develop

Buchanan, Miami, who resigned Board MeetsThe struction workers for a second ments, he said, "The new clauses
recently. day and kept $213 million In space pertaining to the redefinition
King was born in Miami and received building at a standstill.
State Board of Control of cheating and stealing have not
his law degree at the Uni- meets The general counsel of the Na-
here Friday beginning been In existence long enough to be
versity of Florida In 1953 following at 9 a.m. tional Labor Relations Board,Arnold really effective."

service In the Air Force The UF will be consideredat Ordman, said the agency's As for the future of the system,
during the Korean conflict lie would ask
9:45. lawyers a federal dis- Blessing indicated that it can become -
currently Is president of the Junior trict court at
Tampa, Fla., for an BLESSING I even more effective or lapse
Bar section of the Florida Bar and order to halt the picketing on
into a myth, depending on whetherthe
grounds It violated a ban on sec;
.Honor Court Chancellor court can make itself felt on
Smoking DownA ondary boycotts. campus.




Month LaterAmericans


are smoking less said cigarette sales dropped 15 WIN 00 Silver Dollars!!

one month after a blue ribbon juryof per cent after the surgeon
medical scientists ruled that general's report but now were off
cigarette smoking is a cause of only 5 to 10 per cent. Idaho'stax
lung cancer, state revenue figures collections were off $27,000In
'indicated Tuesday.In January.


almost every state polled In SHAKESPEARE ASKED r "What's in a name?" For you there can be 100

a United i Press International gested Arkansas some, revenue residents figures switched sug- GLEAMING SILVER D OLLARS if you submit THE BEST NAME for our

taxes survey was, Income off. from cigarette from smoking to drinking.Whereasthe new coin laundry at 1 16,18 N.W. 1st Ave. (next door to the University

cigarette tax revenue fell Post Office Come
) in .
$43,000 last month, liquor taxes
South Dakota showed a 24 per produced an additional $79,000 and
cent drop In cigarette tax revenue beer taxes an additional $30,000in see our attractive, bright, new building
despite a 20 per cent hike In the the month.
tobacco tax rate.
try the sparkling n jw 12-lb. General Electric washers with four

Tennessee Is making 38 per choices of wash cy'cles.loads.
Kansas revenue from cigarette cent more from cigarette taxesso
sales In January was the lowestIn far this year. But officials

17 months. Vermont reported said this was because of a broadened put up to 5 washer- in the powerful Huebsch Dryers.
sales of 3,741,000 packs of ciga- tax base. If It were not for
rettes in January, compared with the broader base revenues wouldbe
,
anticipate the conv enience of money-saving newest model double-
4,120,000 in January, 1963, and off a half million dollars. ,
4,627,000 in December, 1963. load Vamco washer::s PLUS the latest, most effective process in self-

service cleaning .CLENE soon to be installed.and .
Pennsylvania reported Its 8
California Gov. Edmund G.
cent cigarette tax yielded $165-
Borwn based his budget on the assumption -
000 less in January than had been 9 decide on a catchy appropria name.
the would
average person expected. A West Virginia tax
smoke four packs less in 1964.
official reported an $84,000 decrease -
in collections in Januarybut fill in the entry bla nk below and deposit it in the SUGGESTION BOX

Some state officials wondered if indicated the drop could not at 1618 N.W. 1st. Ave. \

the cutback in smoking might be be blamed entirely on a drop-off
temporary because of the wide- in cigarette sales.

spread publicity given the surgeon-
general's report released Jan. 11. EntriesFOR Will Be Checked HourlyT
Kansas reported a $64,000 dropin
cigarette tax receipts and Missouri ..

The committee of 10 distinguished a $32,000::! drop last month. EARLIES ENTRY I IN CASE OF DUPLICATION
medical scientists, assigned by Maine's Income from its 6-cent-
U.S. Surgeon General Luther L. a-pack levyas off j.: per cent.

Terry to weigh all available evi- Contest CloI >ses Midnight, Fri., Feb. 14
.
dence concerning theefft"ctsof
smoking on health, found unani- In New Hampshire, tobacco receipts -
I SUGGEST
mously that cigarette smoking wasa were down $65,000 in Jan-
cause of lung cancer and several uary from December. State tobacco My Name .
other deadly diseases. It said tax collector Paul Cascil
Address _. Phone .. -
-
its findings warranted "appropriate estimated cigarette smoking

remedial action" by the go- dropped about 3 per cent and cigar You'll I like our 24-hour service
vernment. and pipe smoking increased 25 per
Idaho tax collector Floyd West cent.



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I Hendrick i Praises SG Workers .




,_.:'a 1't4"!:.I'',.","j' '" J Tt1r1J' Says He's Most


.
1'i 1-
'i ... 11... \t :
.. if :. Proud Of Cabinet'Paul

,-
.
1 41L Is leaving the office ted Student Government program

i ; t of student body president with that concentrated on getting things
4 words of praise for his coworkersand done, rather than a prestige-
a deep feeling of personal orientated program."
change. lie feels most pride in the ad-

"You can't help but be changed ministration's accomplishmentsIn
fir I 4 sa personally by the office," he said. the areas of social activity,

"Being put in the role of advocate student-administration relations,
U for student Interest and and within the actual framework

opinion makes you more willing to of Student Government itself. He
a state your beliefs and defend them.It cited the approval for Broward
gives you abetterunderstandingof tennis court lights, the cutting of

_______ how the administration oper- privileged block seating at foot-
ates." ball games, and the revision of

H end rick praised his fellow the Student Body constitution as

workers for their aid and support. examples.
"As I look back on this year, 'My only disappointment Is a
the thing I am most proud of Is general feeling that things could
the work the cabinet members move faster on campus. If I am
have done. This Is something I'll disappointed it Is because I am
never forget." frustrated--because think that a
Hendrlck said his administration university should be a model of

LEAVING OFFICE AS SG PRESIDENT had stressed"goal-orienta- administrative efficiency" when
It's not always so.

is Paul Hendrick shown here with his wife Karen. (Photo by Carolyn Johnston) Hendrlck believes that the big-
gest problem facing the new administration -

FOR THIS YEAR'S COURTRichman will involve "getting
around the red tape blocks to get
their program off the ground." !

"It Is easy to fall Into a period
Wants 'Undersfandina'Better of stagnation," he added.

Hendrlck recognized the need for
improved Student Government
understanding of the Honor System and more cooperationon This would be an improvement over the short lectures given pre- communication with the entire stu-
the part of the student body are the basic improvements, Gerry viously and would also allow time for aquestion and discussion section, dent body. '
Richman, Chancellor-elect of the Honor Court, says he'll seek. Richman said. "It Is a terrific problem to
Too many students have the idea that they should let someone else communicate with all the studentsand
An attempt is also being made to get the merchants of Gainesville
do the Job of reporting cheating or stealing, he said. to find out what they want
turn minor cases of shoplifting to the Honor Court. This is
"Students seem to look upon the Honor System as a 'Big BrotherIs to over done," he said."Students .
done in order to keep students from ending up with police recordsfor
Watching You' type of system, which it Is not. The idea is to give the being are Interested In the f
students the same responsibility when they are in college that they must petty larceny. things that touch them closest and w
"We are proposing to contact the merchants and come up with
wbpn after these have been
assume they graduate. accom-
some placques such as 'I am cooperating with the University of Florida
"Students might be able to cheat while In the university, but in the Honor Court In shoplifting and bad checks,' said Richman. plished, they tend to lose InterestIn
long run the cheating will catch up with them," he said. Student Government."
and act constant reminder
"This will put the students on guard as a ,
Immediate institution of an Honor Court speaker's bureau, similarto Hendrlck and his wife plan to
he said.
is of Richman's objectives leave {the UP In April, 19C5 after
the Blue Key organization, one prime "We feel the constructive punishment of penalty hours is. a better
, in increasing understanding of Honor Court functions. remedy than a criminal record." he graduates with an MA in political -
: bureau will concentrate this on familiarizing science. He will either go on
The speaker's year student's
would be on'the
, Richman said that a copy of the offense placed
of the Honor Court. for further studies or enter some
students with the workings
Internal record, which Is used only for bar examinations and government
By next year the bureau may be replaced by a Freshman Speaker's security clearance. area of public service.
all discussion sections in Mrs. Karen Hendrlck, who Is
concentrate
l Bureau which will on hitting
The external record, which a student uses when seeking employment,
of the freshman courses. Assistant Program Director on
one
will not carry a copy of the offense.
the Florida Union Board of Activities -
Asked what could be done about regulations concerning co-eds in
has seen the tremendous work
one full pound Do your laundry men's off-campus apartments, Richman said he felt any move could
1 Involved in Student Government
KC SIRLOIN '" while you shop "best be" Initially Implemented by students uniting for a common from the inside.

STEAK purpose. Anyone who thinks that Student
Attempts will be made to organize all student groups to come up with
Government is 'Mickey Mouse'
$1.95 resolutions either to modify the rules or to Include signing out to aman's
should try to live with it for a
apartment on the sign-out permissions.Girls .
"
POUND week, she said.
HALF
are scared to sign out to a man's apartment if they are going

$1.50 there, and this defeats the purpose of the sign-out system, according

Richman. ._ ... ...
L r.' &.1'" 11 /1 1Z L
Georgia Country "The present rules are hypocritical and Incapable of being enforced.

HAM STEAK This to a large extent creates an atmosphere of lawlessness, since

Grits & Red Eye Gravy Kou KLEEN the student is not conscious of the laws being enforced."
'GOOD EATING PODNER'at the Richman said he Is also interested in results of a survey now being
made by the Sociology Department regarding the effectiveness of the
TOWER HOUSE 704 W. Univ Ave.
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Dorm Life Luxurious






! To Ex-Woman Marine


I.
"Living in the dorms is luxury she may have to report for"office
J
compared to barracks life," according hours" witfr her commanding of-

to Cindy Osley, 1UC, who ficer. For h.r offense, she couftl: 1 ,

Just completed three years' dutyin be confined to barracks for up to

the Women's Marine Corps. 45 days, able to leave only for f

"Its heavenly to have a lovely work, meals and church. 1
n
room with four complete walls," For less serious offenses, suchas

she said. making too much noise, a second -

"In the barracks, wall lockers, warning may mean scrubbingthe w, yri

which are used to divide the bar- barracks, painting, or lawn

racks into 'cubicles,' serve as work, and Is done two hours a

T! walls. night for a week or more.

"There is no such thing as hav- ,, aa1
The girls have phone duty also,
ing your own door, and the only
{ to but refer to it as "hostess watch."
way to obtain some privacy os
the The watch is divided up Into three-
arrange a curtain across
lockers. Roommates are often hour periods, from 3:45 to 11:45

I referred to as 'bunkles,' since p.m. Girls standing watch must

they share a bunk bed in the wear complete uniform and are

I cubicle," she said. not calls.allowed' to have any personal Ex-Marine Cindy Enjoys Dorm 'Luxury'

Cindy, who was a corporal in '. .

the Marines, cited other differences There is always an abundance

f in the "housing regula- .of dates, and some of the more

tions." popular girls have three and four I

t' "Everyone is awakened at 6 dates a night to choose from, according Miami Beach Hotels In CourtTALLAHASSEE

t a.m. and then roll is taken to make to Cindy.Sometimes .

, sure all girls are present. If

' someone is missing, a report is the food Is good and at (UPI) Two of Miami Beach's cast shadows that would interfere with sun bathin
other times It isn't said.
f made to the duty noncommissioned Cindy swankiest hotels, the Fontainebleau and Eden Roc, at the Eden Roc.
, "You about the
officer. She in turn reports usually get same squared off in court Tuesday in another law suit The two hotels sit side by side on famed Miam

t to the first sergeant, who thing each 'week' even though they triggered by construction of a 14-story, 400-room Beach and their frequent legal battles since 195
, to the of
checks to see if the girl had permission try vary menu. Many addition to the Fontainebleau.The have almost reached the stage of open warfare

f to be absent," she said. the girls prefer to eat out, but The Supreme Court listened to attorneys argue the!
y at the end of the month whenthey're
There is no curfew, but it is up Fontainebleau asked the State Supreme Courtto pros and cons of the legal dispute for an hour, the

: to the girls to make sure that broke, they'll start" eatingIn reverse the South Florida District Court of Appeals took the case under advisement. It gave no indicatioij
the hall she
said.
dining again,
E! they are in the barracks by 5:59 dismissal of the hotel's suit against the Eden Roc. when it will rule.

i a.m. Looking back on her three yearsin At one point, after the addition was up eigh

t If a girl is one minute late, the Marines, Cindy said, "Al- It maintained it was due damages because of the stories, the Eden Roc obtained an injunction whicl]

though I'm enjoying myself at the harrassment and "malicious" actions of the Eden halted construction for four days. The) Fontaineblea

\ university very much, I was proudto Roc In fighting for one year and four months from said the delays increased building costs and resultein

Coal Turbine be a Marine. I'm finding wider City Hall to the Supreme Court to try to prevent enormous losses of patronage and profits by pre

interests and more variety of opportunity construction of the towering addition. The Eden Roc venting opening of the addition on schedule for thtj

here at school." claimed that the addition violated city ordinances and 1959-60 winter season.

Success I

I

( L. America
I j WASHINGTON (UPISecretary) 'T-

N of Interior Stuart L. Udall said 1
Look at the Value in this
, today an experimental coal fired Study SlatedA 'T I

: gas turbine, developed by the DANISH INSPIRED1iii'1

Bureau of Mines at Morgantown,
study to determine the effect
W. Va., has completed its first
of the military on the politics of
< tests successfully.Udall .
five Latin American countries is 3Pc. CASUAL SET
hailed the successful test
underway at the UF.
as opening a possible new market
The university's Center for Latin 1; I
for the sagging coal industry.Tests
American Studies Is
developing -
, on the coal fired turbines began ,
case studies on the political !
1 in Morgan town last August. I Ir
f role of the military in Argentina, ,
The interior official said the
I Colombia, the Dominican Republic -
tests showed
that definite progress
Mexico and Peru. Dr. LyleN.
has been made in reducing erosion r
I McAlister, director of the Center -
of the turbine blades by hot ash
I is principal investigator for
particles in the gas steam.
I the project.The .
Udall said that besides stim-
work is supported by a
: ulating coal production,successful "
from the
$31,000 grant Special Operations -
development of a coal-fired gas
I Research Office of
turbine could mean increased efficiency
( American University in Washington -
and help to stabilize costs
I D. C. The grant covers a two
at coal-burning plants that
, power
and continues
year period through
generate commercial electricity.
t
January, 1966.
Combined with conventional ,
Dr. McAlister is an authorityon
steam turbines the turbine
gas
Latin American civil-military
would permit more efficient utili-
relations and history. He has
zation of the heat that
energy
published a number of books and
become available when coal is
!
articles the and has
on subject .
, ::: : .
burned. .
: !
;:
served as a consultant to the Department ,
Representatives of leading tur-
of Defense on Latin
bine manufacturers and of organizations -
American affairs.He .
engaged in turbine research -
will be assisted in the research Ar REG.
and development reviewedthe
by three graduate studentsin '"
a 9.95
tests to evaluate the performance -
Latin American studies at the
r of a new blade design. The
University. They are: Anthony
bureau said the consensus
among Maingot of Trinidad, Spain; Ste-
these experts was that the results
phen Lyle Rozman, Minneapolis, .
were good. Minn.; and William Grant Duncanof
The trial period had been Yello Springs, Ohio. $ I 099

scheduled to last 1,500 operating 4Mnch SOFA with

hours. it was later rescheduledfor 2
I MATCHING CHAIRS
7
a thousand hours to allow ear-

lier inspection of the new blade.It Wonderful for playrooms or dens! Wen con.

was actually terminated, how- itructtdj Sturdy I-inch tubular coppertone steel

ever, after 878 hours because of l It. 2' FLAMINGO legs with shaped walnut-steined hardwood arms.

slag accumulation in the turbine. Noag spring construction, tuffle/ padding end

The bureau said the slag pro-, TAN covered with vinyl leatner.I'ke' plastic, so easy

blem has been encountered and TURQUOISE to keep clean

solved in the development of oil- ALL 3 PIECES ONLY $19.99
WHITE-EGG
,fired turbines, and it is not expected -
SHELL
to retard the coal-fired pro-

'gram significantly. Nevertheless,
GATOR CLASSIFIEDSGET
the bureau said, some changes in CENTRAL SHOPPING PLAZA "PLENTY OF FREE PARKING"

auxiliary equipment will be required RESULTS

to overcome this difficulty.









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Opinion; OnBeatles Varied



Beatles


Jealousy ArousedIn Lose ToHomework




One UF DadBy

NEW YORK (UPI)--The Beatles

DONITA MATHISONStaff went to Washington todaywith
Writer hopes of meeting two of their fans,
Lucy Balnes and Lynda Bird John-
but the President's daughters
son
,
UF students are doing everything from talking to their barbers to .d
decided their homework was more
showing signs of Jealousy if they're bald-headed since the Beatles
made their American debut via national television Sunday. Important.
White louse announced today -
Bob Gruelle, 3LW, said, "I'm jealous of them. My kids have ostra- The
will
and Lynda
that
cized me and said that I could never be like a Beatie---! don't have The Beatles have been criticized for their new style of music by Lucy
attend the Beatles performance -
enough hair." many "non-appreclates" who feel that the Beatles' only attribute Is not
at the Coliseum or a masked
Another Florida man, Buddy Jacobs, 3AS, is sure it's Just a fad. their hair.
the British Embassy even
at
"I talked to my barber, and he said it would never last," he said, Following this line of thought, Donna Faxon, 2UC music major, said, ball invited. The
running his fingers through his hair. "As far as musical capacity, the Beatles are pretty bad. They have though they were
to In on
Beatles are expected drop
very little talent but because of their uniqueness, they will probablylast
Were Met By 25,000 FansThe the charity ball."Tonight's .
like most other fads do today. "
a school night, said
four bushy-haired Beatles, exports from England, sang their way Thought It Was An InsectMax a White louse spokesman,explaining -
into the hearts of screaming teenagers throughout the country and their that both of President Johnson's
arrival to the United States was heralded by a mob of 25,000 at the daughters have a heavy load of
Chastain, 4EG, slad he thought the "Beatle" was an insect
Kennedy International Airport last week. until he saw the quartet perform on the Ed Sullivan Show Sunday homework. The spokesman con-
Thses mop-haired be-boppers, Paul McCartney, John Lennon,George night. firmed that both girls like the
Harrison, and Ringo Starr, have solicited the opinions of studentson
many Beatles.
International acclaim of the Beatles spurred Rafael Quintana, 4BA,
campus who have watched their flight to success. British rock 'n' roll sensations -
The
who came from Cuba four years ago, to say "Normal people in this
Bill Hoppe, 4AS, president of the South Region of the Association of left quietly by the train
sould today shouldn't scream and go wild over singers like that. It's
College Unions, stated "I think they're fantasticl! In the last 10 years, so silly!" this morning when a snowstorm
I consider the Beatles the top rock 'n' roll "
singers. whether their
made it uncertain
The Beatles have been smashing sales records in England for the
past two years and have made impressive inroads In the U.S. market scheduled plane would' be able to
Takes Fifth AmmendmentWhen this year. land at the capital.

",y.w.' '" "" -,, ,, '" ''' .,- 'A ""W,' "A'U''' .. -......

asked of her opinion on the Beatles' sudden claim to fortune, '$: >>:"" "' "',..."'..,,<<<,_..' 'T ""' '" y _",'" ",,,. ..T.II...!' "''''''". .,,"Y. ,, Y..",...
Sandra Lee Scales, 2UC, president of the Florida Union, commented,
"I stand on the Fifth AmmendmentI"

SG-Food Service


We Advertise "Good Food" 771 .


Meeting PostponedA

Let Us Prove It To You Tonight!

meeting of Food Service officials provements since our last meeting, dent-elect. "The old committeehas
and Student Government food and I hope the Kennedy (Ken) opened the door for communi-
(SG) committee members was administration will continue to called off yesterday because of pursue the progress we've made," matter. My hands are tied until

new changes in SG administration, Groves said. after my Inauguration," he added.

Nl+a+hr. :1NlrhrrN:r.rr according to Byron Groves,former "We do intend to continue the The last meeting of the
t+ r. rliI .:rhljlir, 1uljiirrrlir7rrrlirtllrltt; lt food committee chairman. Food Service committee," Ken committee and Food Service officials -
rr /1'
+ /i rl'liilrr. '
f+ lryrIJI
%lliiilir/fgi'l'J! ?iltilirAll:.: +1 r r v "There have been definite im- Kennedy said, student body presi-- resulted in a vow from both
sides to work toward "a positiveend.

/& Defector Can Give ."
At that time a comparison of
plans from three nearby eating

Vital Info To U.S. establishments in Gainesville anda
comparison of food plans at
Florida State University and Fla.

I GENEVA (UPI) Authoritative sources at the disarmament confer- Southern College, which are both
ence said Tuesday Soviet defector Yuri Nossenko Is in a position to catered by Morrison's Cafeteria,

give the United States vital top secret Information on the productionof was presented to Gay Welborn,

Russian nuclear weapons. Food Service director.

I They reported the 36-year-old member of the Soviet Intelligence All plans were listed as comparing *
agency KGB used some or this
favorably with the UF Food
information In bargaining for political Service.
the United States.It .
asylum In
The committee reported on
was described as extremelyimportant quality, quantity, price, selection,
and invaluable data. and other aspects: of eating establishments -
".. :. : The U.S. State Department said In Gainesville.The .
/
C/u -
*. .-; : :. yesterday that Nossenko had committee was formed in

defected and asked for American January to air student complaintsabout
asylum. It is believed here that Food Service and to compareall
he is in the United States now. aspects of food service with
Super STEAK Specials! Nossenko arrived here Jan. 19 Gainesville eating establishments.
for an assignment with the Soviet
delegation tothel7-natlondlsarm-
ametl conference. The Soviets
discovered hew a s missing from Reds Building
T BONE Dinner his hotel last Tuesday and asked

'c police to look for him on Sunday.
95'
The State Department disclosedthat Near GitmoMEXICO
2 Vegetables, Rolls & Butter contact with Nossenko had been

made prior to Feb. 4. Sources CITY CUFf) -New m11l-
a here said the defection was"plan- tary installations are being built
ned for a long time" and Indicated by Soviet technicians near the
CLUB STEAK Dinner initial contact may have been made Guantanamo naval base and five
he travelled to
in Moscow before other areas In Oriente Provinceof
80c' Geneva with chief Soviet negotiator Cuba, exile sources here reported -

2 Vegetables Rolls & Butter Semyon K. Tsarapkln. today.
The disarmament conferencemet Angel Gonzalez, head of the
In plenary session Tuesdaybut Cuban exiles Revolutionary Stu-

Nossenko was not discussed. dent Directorate, said Information
Chief U.S. negotiator William C. smuggled from Cuba indicated the
GOLDCOASTRESTAURANT Foster said he has not talked with Installations are located in the

Tsarapkln about the matter, and Santiago, Guantanamo, Palma
added: "I don't expect to dis- Soriano, Nipe, Minas del Frio and
cuss It." Antilla zones of Oriente.

Tsarapkin, usually talkative with They are being supervised by
C XW newsmen in corridors and lobbies, Yuri Robin, Soviet expert In military -
N
1720 West University Avenue turned his back on reporters when construction, and his
they sought to question him about assistant, Nikolai I Kozanov
Nossenko. Gonzalez said he was Informed.









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Charting SpaceThis


may well be a >caa for drawing space map*;.
According to reports from the National Aeronautics and Space
Administration (NASA), 1964 is the year In which far reaching ques-
tions concerning our future aims in space will be answered.And .
such a year is right on schedule.
Since 1956, when Russia vaulted the U. S. into the space race witha
sharp jolt on the other end of the pendulum, America has pursuedher
objective of being first on the moon, with little question of "what
comes next."
Now that the first flurry of activity is over, the race has settled
down to a well planned sequence of events and the struggle to keep themon
schedule. And Americans have time to stop and wonder whether it
is really worth it, and what our objectives will be once we reach the
first threshold of the moon.
And thus, 1964 has loomed as the turning point in the space effort--
not so much in the light of "who's winning" but in what our ultimate
plans for utilizing our successes will be. This is the time when we
must begin deciding whether we will, in the future, plan space-going
observatories, laboratories, and exploration bases. We must deter-
mine the feasability of deeper probes into ( JSy';' oG icrr.GdvYacc ravGrwaiwwitio-ACO4'rxs 4t'dvw, c:w. c '
system and begin making Inquiry into the
,
to keep space safe. I finally found out why they have that 'silly' law !I"

These are the questions that should be
cal light of advantages and disadvantages,
costs; and the data that will be used as The Bread And Circus Bit
judgments is now within our grasp. And
allocations are being made to utilize these
an accurate picture of what our alms should port. (Anybody noticed the clamorfor life and who don't care enough
Drowning has said that "A man's reach witn "Fair Employment Practice," about the struggle to participate in
grasp--or what's a Heaven for?" "Public Accommodations," pro- it themselves.As .
But as our reach probes deeper, we are in the gressive Income tax, and social of this moment,ROTC shouldbe
bility of stopping to consider that which is ; security laws lately?) The voluntary simply because as
this will comprise the foundation for a should lethargic masses do,quite nat- long as it is composed of slug-
striving grasp at the elusive unknown. basis, urally, try all means of avoiding gards who are openly hostile to it,
And the drawing of the chart will have been com- military service. They do so because no degree of efficiency will even
faltering step into space. it interferes with the "pur- be approached. What I would like
suit of happiness" on their part. to see, however, is a long list of
class- Unfortunately, the bread and dedicated volunteers. The only
no circuses bit has ruined other great way to achieve that end, however,
civilizations. What the average Is to somehow convince people that
Joe doesn't realize is that free- the world does not, In fact, owe
Take Your
per- dom also carries its responsibilities. them a living and that they must
dis- And, as long as that force bear part of the burden of main-
which threatens to bury us exists, taining freedom themselves. In
The last two weeks have been ones of is? A that responsibility will be the defense view of recent socialistic trends,
gether by strings of intermittent precipitation.After of that freedom. It's insaneto we, the competent, Indeed have
the first few days of the expect a dedicated fighting man our work cut out for us.
began to run out of fresh comments, and to risk his life for people back

became symbols of automatic precaution ap- home who think he owes them his Rupert L. Murphy II, lUCClerk's
And the city adjusted to its winter visitor. and
Dut on the highways, the story was CornerThe
There the odds were more formidable:
staff.
uncomfortable dampness or, for the
Of The Baton
of mono, the penalty for forgetting the Passing
cautions, was an alarming Increase in the
So now the sun has returned, perhaps com- By BOB MOUNTS all names and dates from published -
acquainted with the sunshine state, and the of Honor Court Clerk materials which would make
are easily forgotten..and since few of us stu- Tomorrow, new student body them useless to future adminis-
of a car fishtailing across a wet highway, ( really officers will be inaugurated anda trations.
driving precautions we should have utilized Fla."f seven new year of trying to make the I am confident that the new administration -
I of our mind--unused, and easily forgotten- a Honor System effective will be- will present a vigorous -
i those whose names made the headlines. gin. In the past year a precedentof and hard-working term of
I Dut then the safety council has people that maturity and sincere effort has office. Proof of the quality of
, working full time thinking up slogans to their been set which stands not only as their judgment will come with
closet and use them. a challenge to the new admini- time.
About all that we can add is: whether ROTC stration but as a constructive foun- I am also confident that the Honor -
take your umbrella. dation upon which much can be Court will continue to rise above
built.
politics and work for the good of
person The achievements made under
Honor System. A high Gator
the leadership of Herb Blessing,
party politico admitted u Tie recently -
a outgoing Chancellor, have been that viewedthe
most students
The Florida offi many and indeed may represent a Honor Court as a little less
significant turning point for the "Mickey Mouse" than other
Served by United Press Intt doing Honor System. The whole tone branches of student government.In .

Editor ... ... ... ... .. .. .. .. .. .. of his administration can be foundin the past year the Honor Court
Managing Editor .... ... ... ..... ... .. point the word "maturity." In keep- drew its staff from people of both
Assistant Managing Editor .. .... He at- ing with this, Hon' -Court investi- political parties and also from
Editorial Editor .. ...... .. ... ... .. .. to drop gations have been responsible, those with no party affiliation.
Sports Editor .. ... .. ... .. ... ..... trials have been orderly, changes The emphasis is, and should be,on
Wire Editor .. .. .... .... .. .... .. .. .. have been made with sound judg- qualified dedicated personnel for
Feature Editor .. ..... ... .. .... .. .. . lazi- ment, and Justice has prevailed. the good of the Honor System.It .
Campus Living Editor .... ... ... ... ... .. Specifically, the past admini- is my hope that the Honor
stration has changed the emphasis
Editorial Assistants..John Hancock
some Court will continue to be viewedby
Nancy Zimmet, Betty Wendt, Betsy serve of the Honor System to overall the student body as less "Mic
Hayes, and Sue Dobbie. com- honesty. It has placed a premiumupon key Mouse" than other branchesof
Reporters.. .. Mike Power, Jim Castello, be integrity and the value ofa student government. Not thatI
Douglas Molitor, Donita Mathison, Sally the students word, written or oral believe student government has
Carter, Joe Kollin, Pam Pulley, Agnes the It has also recognized the fail been "Mickey Mouse" but ratherto
Fran Snider, Fred Lane, Kathrine Duda, of ure of the Honor System to keep the contrary. Perhaps Its pub-
Evan Engle, George Mims, Phil Geyer, Don pace with rising enrollments and lic relations efforts have been
Larry Zimmerman, Jackie Cornelius, Pat that has initiated new programs of pub- less effective than ours.
Patti Pltz, Gary Williams Don Davis, in it. lic relations, such as this column. To the new administration, to
Joyce Kilmer, George Elmore, David egali- It has also rewritten and rethoughtthe Gerry Richman and Steve Cheeseman -
Ziegler, and Joy Cherry. Honor System literature whichis I wish a successful and pro-
to be distributed to all freshmen. ductive year.
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the the A new faculty brochure has also As for myself, my Interest in
the University of Florida and is published They been written which will soon be the success of our Honor System
,during the months of May, June, and July, com- distributed. Both of these pub- will continue. One thing Is cer-
lished. THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is lications were in keeping with
PaulHendrick's tain, "old Clerks never die, they
.at the United State Post Office at Gainesville, sup- policy of eliminating just keep clicking."



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Wed.February 12,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 7

r Another View On Panama I


,
(Editor's Note: The followingis Another point to consider when System Is supported by the tax

a letter from a long time resi- berating the Americans: most of dollars of American citizens, and
dent of Panama, written in response the charities and orphanages in Panama doesn't contribute any- ON SALE NEXT WEEKIS

to a previous letter on the Panama receive sizeable amountsof thing toward its operation. ThereIs

same subject. Due to its extreme American contributions. The nothing predjudical in paying

length we find it necessary to run orphange at Cativa for example, tuition to go to those schools if

it in two installments, running on is "sponsored" by the soldiersof you are not an American citizen.

consecutive days.) Fort Gulick, Canal Zone. The U the situation was reversed, an

soldiers of every fort In the Zone American student would have to

EDITOR: contribute each pay-day to pay tuition to go to a school sup- THE'GREAT

schools, orphanages and hospitals. ported by Panamanian tax dollars.
Mrs. Tulia E. Allen has writ- Without this support many of them Out-of-State students at Florida

ten and interesting and informa- could not exist. How much does University pay more than State

tive letter concerning unfair em- the Republic of Panama con- residents, whose parents pay taxes ZOT'

ployment practices In the Canal tribute? Yet, the Zonians are toward the support of the school.It .

Zone. However, she did not go very bad people. You paint an
far enough. To be completely"fair altogether one-sided picture that is hard to believe that"pana-
and unbiased" she should manians were barred from livingin
destroys the value of your true
look to both sides of the border. complaint.Who the Zone," when you drive by FOR REAL ?

Just as there are "ugly Ameri- Paraiso, Pedro Miguel and Rain-

cans" overseas, there are "ugly set the "Local Rate Wage bow City. These villages are
non-Americans," too. To contIn- Scale?" The Republic of Panama. Panamanian communities, builtby READ WALKER LUNDY'S FEATURE ON

ually point out the many faultsof What Is the "U. S. Rate Wage American dollars, with clean,

Americans, and there are many Scale" under which you were em- neat homes, having running water,
faults, to the exclusion of the faultsof ployed? It is the prevalliig wage inside plumbing and electricity.The THE FOURTH ESTATE'S 'GIVE 'EM HELL'DISCIPLE

the saintly i infallible non- scale paid in Washington, D. C., Panamanians who live there,
Americans becomes slightly nau- plus 25% for overseas tropical work in the Zone for far better

seating.The living. It is a nice wage, admittedly wages than they can earn in Pana-

but many persons who ma. The Canal Zone Clinics and

reason why so many Pana- were born and reared in North Commissaries are open to them,

manians flock to the Zone for workis America do not like the tropicsas and they do not get the type of

not because they are so mis- I do. Many skilled persons treatment that may have been

treated there, but despite the deplorable would not give up the dubious com- meted out In former years. They

conditions described by forts of Hohokus or Podunk, U. can leave anytime they want to

Mrs. Allen, the conditions in the S. A., for the climate of Panama but strangely enough there are

always-righteous Republic of were It not for the fat-cat bonus.Of more Panamanians who "want in NOP Interview

Panama are infinitely worse. Thisis course if Panama had voca- than want out." Why?

particularly true for the darker tional schools to train their peo-
skinned peoples. Racial seg- ple to meet the standards of skill Compare any of the above men-
not the official tioned towns to Rio Abajo, Panama's With
regation is policyin ed workers that are required,
Panama, but it exists in fact. there would be no need to hire low cost housing area, a

White Panamanians draw bigger American citizens as machinists, segregated community in fact, If
want to face cold hard facts
pay for the same jobs than the pipefitters, plumbers, engineers, you ,
not fanciful,distorted nationalism. President Reitz
Negro Panamanians. This is a etc.
Perhaps, If you attempt to weigh
hard fact, that the supernationalists -
find convenient to forget.It Mrs. Allen stated, "some privileged the advantages and disadvantagesof

seems that the smaller the Panamanians like myself working In "the Zone for the 9 "Do politics play an important part in the
were working on the U. S. Rate hated "gringo, you may come
the the
country, bigger chip upon "
their shoulders.To Rolls (white) but there was a to the conclusion that Uncle Sam selecting of a University President ?

note added on our appointment has done more for the poor, abused

set the record straight: the papers which explained that we Negro than the government of aren't Communist allowedon
speakers
0 "Why
Panama. The villages in the Zone
wrongs listed by Mrs. Allen do were exceptions because we had
exist, but as she stated, "--- Civil Service ratings." The privilege are concrete proof, not words of campus?"

things were improving a lot dur- that Mrs. Allen refers to is political propaganda, that these

ing the last couple of years." not a privilege at all. She earned peoples can maintain clean, orderly "Do think SG represents the entire
democratic communities
you
Sincere efforts are being madeto her Civil Service rating and any
correct these, wrongs in the other Panamanian can do the and that they should not be student body ? "
Zone but what has Panama done forced to live one step above
same. I refer her to her own
for her animals, as they do In many partsof
own people? Has Panama newspaper, the PanamaAmerican -
established trade and vocational as far.back as 20 April 1959, Panama. These communitieshave
schools to allow her to their town councils and their PLUSARE
people (before the infamous Boyd Riots),
develop their latent talents and the Canal Zone was publishing elected representatives get actionon

get better paying Jobs? What is quests for Panamanians to take their complaints, without resorting LOVE & MARRIAGE COMPATIBLE?
to mob action murder
the pay scale for the same Job in on-the-job training appren- ,
Panama that exists in the Zone? ticeships that led to higher pay- looting and arson like the Doyd- by Didier Graeffe

Usually 50% less. ing Jobs. You do not expect the Chiarl clique.

United States to pay top skilled (Continued tomorrow)
Mrs. Allen concedes, "I "POT SHOTS FROM THE AISLE"VALENTINE
workman the same wage as unskilled -
know that all Zonians are not the
workmen, nor visa versa.
same..." It is refreshing to finda At least the Zone continually offersa UnsportsmanlikeEDITOR PEELMATE (No Umbrellas)
Panamanian who recognizes this
chance for better wages than you
fact, for it is always the majoritythat
could'dream of earning in Pana-
suffers from the bad reputa- '63 AWARDS OF DISTINCTION
ma, and additional training while :
tion of an undesireable few. All
earning.As .
Panamninas are not the same, for the school situation, I So D. M. B. defends the rightof
either. The hard- CARTOONS, JOKES, SATIRE
majority are
I do believe that the present sys- the "Normally calm" studentsto
working, honest, law-abiding citizens tem of segregated schools is mor- throw paper and coins onto the
who only desire a decent floor during basketball
ally wrong and economically games.
job, decent education for their wasteful. I would like to point Would he (or she) also condone It

children, and to be treated with out that the Canal Zone School if they threw bottles, mistreatedthe
the dignity that all human beings -
officials manhandled the
or
PLUS WIN VALUABLE PRIZES IN
have a right to expect regardlessof
opposing players or coaches? Thisis
race or color. There are What Is exactly what Is going to happenif OUR NOP CONTEST

others in Panama who treat their this gross unsportsmanlike behavior -

own people, particularly the Negro YOUROPINION isn't stopped before it gets

and Mestizo as a natural resource ? completely out of hand. I've seen

: cheap labor. To get a college basketball In many partsof ALL THIS & MORE IN OUR

decent paying Job, these people Quite often, editorial com- the country, but never had I
Hock to the Zone. ments appear in the Alligator seen articles thrown on the floor

which raise the ire of some of until I came to Gainesville. Sat-
Whenever there is a disasterin
the the more serious minded individuals urday night wasn't the first time 'GOONS OF GATORLAND'
Republic, like the San Cris-
on campus. These the paper-throwing has occurredand
tobal fire, who come to the aid
of comments most often take the I'm sure it won't be the last.
the poor distressed people of
form of letters. U should have been
enraged -
anyone
Panama
? The hidalgo? No, Mrs. SPECIAL ISSUE
Allen When a controversy is raised at the officiating, the play-
It is the hated Zonian and
over an issue where the intellectuals ers themselves deserved to be.
particularly the Armed Forces.
Another point to remember, the split with the fool- Yet they accepted the referees'

Armed Forces contribute over$39 hearty, it is the latter who decisions (many of which WERE

million dollars In purchases from appear to bin the majorityby WRONG) with the maturity expected -
virtue of their more vocal of a college team. Flori-
Panama each year. This Is cer-
tainly a boost to the economy of nature. da has a very good basketball team, NEWORANGE
the Republic. What happens to When you feel the need to possibly the best in the conferencenext
the champion a cause, do it in year. It's a shame that their
money made by the millionaire
such a way as to be effective. superb performances, as in the
famines of Panama? It Is Invested PEELIII
The editorial page of the Alligator Kentucky game, must be marredby
abrpad sent to numbered
bank or Is the best medium on the behavior of a bunch of
accounts In Switzerland.
campus for the disseminationof bush-league fans.
They do not think enough of their
worthwhile ideas.
own people or country to reinvest
their Write a letter! Bob Noonan, 7AS
money at home.



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-- Wed. February 12,1964 The Florida Alligator I Page 9


I Faircloth Criticizes BryantRep. j Cambodia Charges


Earl Faircloth of Miami an outgoing governor to hand ovei.
aid here today it was not good such a sensitive and importanl t
government for the governor to office to his political crown prince,;
name his chief administrative aids but it is not good government," u.s. In Bomb Raids
|to the post of state attorney gen- Faircloth said in an address prepared
eral. for delivery to a civic clut I
Faircloth, a candidate for attorney luncheon. STEMREAP, Cambodia (UPI) -- Cambodia's chief raids on Cambodian villages by South Vietnameseof
general, referred to the Fair cloth announced the ap state Prince Norodom Sihanouk Tuesday said the warplanes.
apointment by Gov. Farris Bryant pointment of Linder Smith, Jack. United States must bear responsibility for bombing The prince, who has been feuding with the United
of Gen. James W. ------- ---- ---
Atty. Kynes. sonville attorney, as his campalgr:I States for months,made the allega-
"It might be good politics for manager for Duval County. tion in an Impromptu news con-

1 UF Profs Chosen To TalkTwo dian ference city.in this northern Cambo-

UF chemistry professor teachers of second year and Sihanouk came here with Philip
have been tapped as guest lecturersfor advanced placement chemistry, pine President Diosdado Macapagal -
On Campus with a special National Science will be conducted by Hope Collegein and Malaysian Prime Minister
Afefitoinan Foundation institute updating high Holland, Mich. Tengku Abdul Rahman whom he
school chemistry teachers in "The institute," said Hope Col- invited to Cambodia to discuss
(Author of "Rally Round the Flag, Boys Michigan this summer.Dr. lege President C.A. VanderWerf, their dispute over Rorneo.
and "Barefoot Boy With Cheek".) Harry Sisler, head of the 'will give selected teachers the Last week, the Cambodian
university's Department of opportunity to study with chemical government charged that three women -
Chemistry and Dr. John F.Baxter, educators of national reputationwho and two children were killed
head of its division of general are not only recognized experts by South Vietnamese planes
ECONOMICS CAN BE CHUCKLESMany chemistry will join seven other but also master teachers."

prominent chemistry educators Both Dr. Baxter and Dr. Sisler Sihanouk told newsman that since
: of you have !been avoiding economic because: it in MI from across the nation in the NSF will lecture on specialized aspectsof the United States is behind South
widely known as "the dismal science." Oh, good friend, stop project.The chemistry for one week each Viet Nam's military operations,
cheating yourselves of many a laugh and cheer, because: economics institute, which will Involve during the institute set for June ''I think they are responsible."
is a positive riot! True, it is called the dismal science, eight weeks of special training for 22 through Aug. 21. The French-language weekly
but that is only because it was invented in 1681 by Walter C. Realities Cambodgiennes quoted
Dismal.It I Summer Jobs Up This YearSummer Sihanouk as saying last week that
is easy to understand why :Mr. Dismal's discovery of 1 the new South Viet Nam govern-
economics is today almost forgotten, for the fact is that he jobs are expected to dent Affairs, Dean of the Schoolof ment and the United States are
himself only stayed with the subject for two or three days. increase about 10 per cent over Forestry, Dean of the Collegeof attempting to provoke a war.
After that he took up embonpoint, which means fatness. It is last year for students and teach- Engineering, Dean of the Col-
said that at his apogee, Mr. Dismal reached 1200 pounds. This ers throughout the U. S., accord- lege of Business Administration, "If these aggressions continueand
later became known as Guy Fawkes Day.It ing to the 1964 "Summer Em- Student Government secretary of if the Geneva conference to
was not until 1776 when Adam Smith published his Wealth ployment Directory." Labor. guarantee Camt la's neutrality
of Nations (or Ozymandias, as it is usually known as) that the The directory lists 33,000 Greatest number of jobs are is not convened soon, we will be
world came to realize what a rosy, twinkly, fun subject eco- specific summer opportunities found in summer camps, summer obligated to revise our foreign
all over the country, and Includes theatres, resorts in New Englandand the
nomics is. As Mr. Smith showed in his jocular little treatise, policy, pro-government
there is nothing complicated about economics. name and address of employers, North-Central states,accord- newspaper quoted Sihanouk assay-
salary, and a sample letter of ing to the directory. Ing.
application and personal data

sheet.These offices on campus have 'Ugly'/ Contest Off I

the new directory: Dean of Stu- .,

t
The Ugly Man On Campus Jeff B. Meeker stated, "the rea-
t ,;.- (UMOC) contest will not be held son for not holding the UMOC
'i''f, this trimester announced LouisJ. contest this trimester is becausewe
Schaul chairman of UMOC. are reorganizing the\ contest

's later became known ds e loutf7d ? tcIiase ternity Alpha, sponsors Phi Omega this, service contest fra-and and the fraternity."

the proceeds have in the past gone Faculty advisor for Alpha Phi
When there is a great; demand for a product, a great supplyis into a scholarship fund. This fund Omega, Ralph C. Morrow, agreed
placed on the market. When there is a small demand, thereis now has been converted into a per- that since the UMOC contest is
a small supply. Take, for example, castanets. You walk into petual loan fund for students, said being reorganized it is best thatit
any average American town today and I'll wager you won't see Schaul. not be held this trimester.
more than eighty or ninety castanet: ,shops." That is because the President of Alp Phi Omega,
Frank E. Menke, winner of the
demand is small.
UMOC contest for the past three
For Marlboro Cigarettes, on the other hand, the demand is times said, "I think the contest
great. Thus, you will find Marlboros-with all their yummy will be greatly Improved by reorganization -
rich tobacco flavor and pure white Selectrate filter and pliable I and look forward to
soft pack and unpliable Flip-Top box-at any counter where CONTINUED seeing it become more sig-
cigarettes are Bold in every one of our fifty great; States and ,. 1 nificant."
Duluth.To I
Adam Smith, I say, belongs the distinction of popularizing; Help WantedMAN HEELS .riaaar..a.u.put an in 5 minutes..
followed David Ricardo. In fact 3
economics. Mr. Smith was by ,
SOLES put on in IS minutes
everywhere he went he was followed by David Ricardo. Mr. i EXPERIENCED IN RADIO, -- -
Smith finally got so annoyed that he ,summoned" a bobby, as Wb t ifF. Hi-Fi, tape recorder repair for MODERN SHOE
British policemen are called, and had Mr. Ricardo arrested. part-time work. Call Dan Shaw at REPAIR SHOP
This later became known as the Louisiana Purchase. 6-5340 between 1:30 and 5:30. (E- across from 1st national bonk I
Upon his release from gaol, as a British jail is called, :Mr. ctin y 7 91-5t-c).
.. 194fa -- -- --- -------- ---- --------.
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Ricardo reported to his parole officer,
They soon became fast friends, and one night over a game; of ,- r,yrMr

whist they invented the stock exchange; or chutney, as it is trti..r LooKi tNq FoRCOSTOMERS
called in England.Well <
sir, with the British having;, you might say, a corner on '
economics, the French decided that they wanted some eco- ? -

nomics too. Being, however, a proud nation, they refused
'
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simply to borrow British economics, but insisted on inventing; 1
their own. At first they tried using the truffle hound as a medium r tIC LooK To

of exchange. When this proved less than satisfactory, they w.' '
switched to pomade. Discouraged by this second disappointment ALLigAToR (
they finally shrugged and said, "Oh, who cares about .
economics anyhow?"and returned to the guillotine; and :Maurice
Chevalier. AD\lSR.1i'Sl"9

America, I am pleased to report, had much better success with BIC is the world's finest
economics. Our early merchants quickly broke down economicsinto writing instrumentwriteson ,. --- ,
its two major categories-coins and folding money-and and on-yet it costs only
today,as a result of their wisdom, we can all enjoy the automatictoll 19C. Only BIC is guaran
teed to write first time I
station. time.BlCVDyimite"Ball ,
Well' sir, I could go on and on about this fascinating subject, every Point is the hardest CASH !
but I know you're all in a tearing hurry to rush out and signup metal made by man. Get a BIC, now at
for Econ I. So I will leave you now with two kindly wordsof your campus store. BIC "Crystal" 19$.
SIC available with blue red, ,
farewell: Gresham's Law. t 1964 )r.:anum" pens green
and black ink. Made in USA. 'for replacement
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,, CAMPUS NEWS BRIEFS Today Is Anniversary




; Blue Key Blanks Ready, Of A Great President



Today is the anniversary of the His personality made the

birthday of one of our great presi difference.

Blue Key Jobs Openstudents Health PlanA dents. Considerable evidence can be
r Abraham Lincoln, 16th Presi- shown to authenticate his powersof
dF F dent of the U.S. fallen heir to persuasion in directing the government -
Applications for membership In seeking summer jobs program to train health and ,
Florida Blue Key, men's leader- are invited to apply for positionsat hospital administrators will be many titles and superlatives. He 'in the direction he wantedit

ship honorary, may be obtainedat Camp Mondamin, Tuxedo, N.C., offered at the UF beginning in is known as the "Log Cabin Presi- to go. One needs only to lookat
the information desk of the in room 30!). Summer routes for September, it was announced Fri- dent," and the "Great Eman- the trials and tribulations of

Florida Union, Blue Key Presi- Good Humor Ice Cream Co. are day by President J. Wayne Reitz. cipator." his successor, Andrew Johnson,

dent Charley Wells announced yes- also open. Apply at University The program, which will be an And he was those things. for this'evidence.

terday.He Placement, Building H. extension of the degree of Masterof While running for the Senate, For merely trying to carry out
I Business Administration, wasapproved the programs Lincoln formulatedto
and later the presidency, more
added that applications may by the Un1vl rsltv's Fac- snickered. bring peace to the Union, John-
also be obtained from the Blue Dames MeetArts polished politicians
ulty following recommendation by believed he was son was very nearly impeached.
They privately
Key Office, Room 314, Florida and Sciences Dames will the Graduate Council. Though Lincoln seems to be forgotten -
V little more than a frontier joke.
/ Union. meet tonight at 8 at the home of Faculty and students are invitedto But after he was elected to the in the South -- only the
a reception for State Sen. John Post Office will'
Gainesville
Mrs. Raymond Crist, 2238 NW presidency, he contributed more to
ijI I 1st St. Mathews, a gubernatorial candi- the image of the office than any close -- perhaps Americans from
date, at the Gainesville Women's president since Andrew Jackson. all sections of the nation woulddo
URA Elections Club Feb. 25 from 4 to C p.m. well to remember the bearded

Joint MeetingThe The senator will speak to Flori- The circumstances surroundinghis figure from Illinois.Perserverance .

J da Blue Key that night, and a stu- death by an assassin's bullet, coupled with
University Religious Asso- Student Section of the dent reception will follow. and the critical times during whichhe compassion and humility producedone
ciation (URA) elections are slated held office have clouded his of
American Institute of Physics and our greatAmerlcantigures.Tickets .
Sunday at 3:30 p.m. in Room 212,
Sigma PI Sigma honorary society image. Lincoln became the subjectof
Florida Union. The URA is organized -
and folklore.
myth-making Are
will have a joint meeting Thurs-
to stimulate and coor- Officers PickedDelta
But historians and
day at 4:35( p.m. In Blessing Audi- political
.. dinate religious activities on cam-
scientists have left
[i pus. Among these are, Human torium. Theta Phi legal fraternity which transcend the us myths a picture built Still AvailableTickets
elected officers last month.Elect-
I Relations Institute, World University around him.
ed Ron Clark Bob for Florida Players'
were ,president;
Service Fund Drive and Religion -
John Gen- production of "The House of Ber-
In Life Week.Application Foil Meet SetAn Breen, vice-president; As a man, the tall, awkward
I, try, tribune; Chic Holden, sec- looking frontiersman proved narda Alba" are sold out for Fri-
I forms are at the Invitational foil meet is sche- retary; Truman Skinner, treas- humble birth and circumstancesare day and Saturday.
Information desk of the Florida duled at Norman Hall Gymnasiumat urer; Abbott Herring, rush chair- Tickets for tonight and Thursdayare
no obstacle to the dedicated.
Union for those Interested in 9 a.m. Saturday. The publicis man; Ed Hedstrom, sergeantatarms. still available at the informa-
Compassion for other men was
I running for office. invited. tion booth across from the Stu-
his forte. Humility and high spirit
dent Service Center.
went with him throughout his life.
The play oo ns tonight at 7:30In

I\ UF Trips To Europe Being Planned government.life vious As to a Presidents the President executive He had,lead he branch followed.brought where of pre-new the kets Norni'.n CouncilContinued are free Hall with Auditorium.ID cards. Tic-



I
1 Two group flights to Europe are dependent children, or parentsare Two will fly from New York to He has been accused of usurp-

currently being arranged for this also eligible to accompany London on June 17 and return from ing the power of the legislature ( From Page I)
year by the Florida Union's rec- group members. London to New York on August branch in certain of his actions

reation committee. Group One is scheduled to leave 20.Both immediately prior to and duringthe Tuesday but his motion was
UF students, faculty, and staff the John F. Kennedy International group flights will be on a War Between the States. defeated. .

members who have been on campus Airport in New York on June 16 regularly scheduled jet flight with But in setting new presidential The request passed over Blaine

I a minimum of six months are eli- and fly to London. Alitalia Airlines. Total fare will precedents, he showed that the and Davis' objections.The .
gible to participate In the second Return passage from London to be $335. Children from 2 to 12 office of the President can be Debate Team was also

year of this program. A spouse, New York will be August 19. Group will be permitted to go at half- tailored for the man -- that the granted $130 to pay traveling expenses -
office could be exactly what the
of international debate
I I fare.A an
deposit of $120 must be made man made it.Considering. team coming to the UF March 1.

is by March 1, of which $100 will be the novelty of his The Billy Mitchell Drill Team
Where dining refundable until May 1. For fur- actions in office, it is quite sur- was also granted$100 for expensesat

ther details call extension 2741 or prising that he was able to swaya the Gaspiralla Festival In
inquire at the Program Office of stubborn Congress. His ability Tampa.

alwaysa the Florida Union, Room 315. to do so was a tribute to Lincoln. Legislative Council office replacements -

were: Richard Thompson -

special occasion FLY TO for Jon Shea, Murphree Area;
Herman Green for Buzz Koontz,

.. off-campus; Andy Perceville for
Lee Robinson, Flavet;Mike Strat-
EUROPE THIS SUMMER ton for Mike Roach, Hume Hall;

Wayne Thomas for Art Wood,Tol-

,, } bert, and Judy Huggins for Linda
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12,1964 The Florida Alligator Page 11




Kegglers Make Mural Apearance




By ERNIE LITZ

Editorial AssistantWith


fraternity and dorm league double forfeits Aero Engineeringvs. with 19 and Steve Haywood with 12. Ken Lombardo 18, TKE: Don Anderson with Ron Murray leading the sin-

asketball off and running, Intra- Chemistry and N.W. Raidersvs. The Pi Lamb's tripped up the 20. ners with 8 and Jack ilus leadingthe

ural bowling took it's place on the Comets. Phi Tau's 43-34. PLP: Joe Ko- PGD 32 XP 25. Highs: Fiji:
ihe mural scene yesterday.Dorm ORANGE LEAGUE Basketball: mansky 11, and PKT: Willy Lager Lorie Hammer 16,Charlie Johnson losers with 5.
The Lambda Chi's trounced the
League: The PIKa's downed the Delt's also 11.BLUE.
PI Kap's 54-11. Leading the winners -
Hume Area: 36-28 -- However, this game was
LEAGUE: 6. XP: Bob Reed 6. was Steve Mohler with 18
Jackson downed Yeaton805-642, protested and the Intramural Board
DX 51 TKE 33. Highs: DX DSP 24-AGR A
had 22. squeaker and the losers Jim Powel with C.
led
as the winners were by John officially approved the protestso .
Curtis with 200 and Jay Worsham that the game will be replayed.SAE --- -

ith 168 and for the losers Jim over the Delts 45-16. Jack

reco had 158 and George Garcia Harper led the Delis with 8 and Louisville Lip Last FighterFaversharn's
{had 154. for the winners Will Rogers had

Yocum 783 over Turlington 668. 12.

[Yocum: Bill Howard 204, Roger The Betas downed the AEPi's

I Kay 172. Turlington: Joel Harris 21-10 as Lex Taylor scored 9
Backs
191 and Bill Hesley 135. while Paul Bass led the losers Group

with 6.The. .

Tolbert Area: Sigma Chi's upended the
II Eldridge South KA's 57-23. for the
Weaver over High men
MIAMI BEACH (UPI) -- Bill with Clay runs until October, 1966 Clay belonged to Dlack Muslimshad
| Ground over North III, and SouthIV winners were: Paul Ewaldsen with
Faversham announced yesterdaythat and that the group will continueto influenced the group.
over Weaver I all by forfeit. 9, Bruce Starling with 9,Scot Hager
the "Louisville sponsoringgroup"
Tolbert IV 711 Weaver III with 15, John Horton with 6 and "Not at all," Faversham said,
654. To!.:Glenn Herbert 177.Wea.: Jim Seeks with 5. The losers were never will handle another work with him until then. Clay "his popping off and his really
Fred Thomas 169. led by Jimmy Hall with 8. fighter, regardless of whether gets 60 per cent of his earningsand

South I 749 North I & II 600. SPE 50 SN 36. The Sig Ep's Cas&ius Clay wins the heavyweightcrown the group 40 per cent. great fighting ability make him a

Sou.: Joe Comer 159. Nor.: Pat were led by John Hamrick with 14 on Feb. 25. "Our recent decision to make tremendous drawing card every-
Churchville 140. and John Schaffer led the losers Clay our first and last fighter," where. And as far as the Black

Tolbert II 670 Tolbert 562. with 11.The It was Faversham's 11-man Faversham explained, "does not Muslims are concerned, remem-

Tol. II, Richard Roberts 200. Tol.! TEP's scored early and group that bankrolled Clay for reflect any criticism of him." ber Clay Is still very young--

. I, Chuck Trieste 156.INDEPENDENT held on to win by a 41-57 marginover $10,000 and launched him on his He stressed that most membersof Just passed 22--and as a youngsterhe
LEAGUE: the Theta Chi's. Leadingthe professional career in 1960 after the sponsoring group were Is entitled to have connections

All forfeits: Newman Club over TEP's were Norman Brooks he had won the Olympic light "very active business men" who with any 'outfit that Isn't subver-
heavyweight championship just haven't the extra time required sive."
the Bombers; Cory over Bernie's with 16, Art Weinstock with 11
and has guided him toward his for handling a prominent fight- Is Clay training hard for this
Boys; Flavet III over the Titans; and Martin Edwards with 6. The
approaching title shot at champion title fight?
Hillel the All-Stars; and Theta Chi's were ledbyBillTiptonNOThMES er.A
over
Sonny Liston In the Miami Beach reporter asked Faversham if "Harder than ever," said the

Bout. Clay's constant popping-off had challenger's manager of record,

I Faversham explained that the any bearing on the decision, or if "and he's in magniflcant condi-

group's optional six-year contract. the charges by Clay's father that tion."

real chance against
< -- Has he any
Sonny -- a burly, brute of a man.
Baby Gafors Win 81-64 "Clay is taller and faster,"

Faversham said. "He's practi-

cally as heavy at about 218 poundsto
Ramsey Leads ScorersThe Sonny's 220. lie's just as

strong, although he doesn't hit

quite as hard as the champ.
Baby Gators zeroed In on Coach Jim McCachren's crew
But Clay has terrific endurance -
the basket yesterday afternoon brought their record up to 7-3
--at a fast pace--and remember -
81 big points as they defeated the for the year. .
what I tell you: Clay
South Carolina frosh 81-64. The game was originally set
will win the title on a knockoutIn
Big gun for the Gators was 6 for 7:30 p.m. but many of the "
the eighth, ninth or 10th round.
feet 10 Jeff Ramsey as he scored players had a progress test at

25 points and pulled down 19 re- that time so the contest was movedup

bounds. Ed Mahoney also pumpedin to its 3:00 p.m. starting time.

.a "classic jazz album featuring over 20 points as he was secondin Freshman teams do not usually UF Thinclads
the scoring parade with 22. make road trips unless they are
ELEVEN of the BIGGEST namesin
Harry Winkler was the only other playing other freshman teams at

the jazz world. member of the team to hit double the schools where the varsity is Invade 'Bama

""--- figures as he poured in 17 points- playing. However, South Caro-
WOODY HERMAN
several of which were on hard lina made the trip without their
'J CARMEN McRAE The Gator tra-k: squad opens its
( .. :l;1' EDDIE LONDON driving layups. varsity because they owed Flori- season Saturday with the SEC Indoor -
A"" t; .,. HARRY JAMES The Carolina freshman were da a game from two years ago Championship Meet in Montgomery -
"'r.'iHQJ L GENE KRUPA -Ion the year until todays defeat. when the UF played at Columbia.We're Ala.Tennessao.
COUNT BASIE
lJir-r DUKE ELLINGTON ._ LSU and Mississippi
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Doing Again "This is as accurate as any
BUDDY GRECOVim"
preseason poll can be," said track
Comparable t. $3.9 values! coach Perry Botrd.
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Captain Pete Rowe will lead the

(!J LONDON BROIL STEAK yard team low in the hurdles CO-yard and dash rnlle, re-60-

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The entries as they now stand
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"E54 I George Leach, John Anderson; CO ,

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Florida Student Wins


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; GLENN LANEY Sports Writer

1 I Sports Editor
Winning a gold medal in the mer because they are faster than In discussing why the U. S. has
Let's face facts. Olympics is not easy for U. S. we were. I hope not, though," performed so badly in this year's
America isn't the greatest country in the world at sliding down hills. athletes, but former swimmingstar she said.A Winter Olympics, Miss Stobs, a
We don't lack hills to practice on and we certainly had more snow than Shirley Stobs, UF senior member of Kappa Alpha Theta
what they had at Innsbruck for the Winter Olympics. Why then did the did it.Miss. freestyle specialistMiss sorority, observed:
Stars and Stripes fly so low in Winter Olympic competition? Stobbs quit competitive swimming "There is not enough Interestin
Plato said it was better to have a strong group of men who could Stobs was one of three after her Olympic victory."I winter sports over here for us
fight well than to have a lot of money. When someone asked what would members of the U. S. 400-meter to be good. Americans are more
happen if they should go to war with a rich country, Plato countered by freestyle relay team in the 1960 interested In the summer sports."
1 asking, "Who would win? Our strong well conditioned athletes or the Olympics that captured a first just didn't have enough time Miss Stobs believes that U. S.
fat, laxy rich man?" place gold medal and anOlym- In college to continue swimming. swimming teams will take many
It seems as if Plato almost had us in mind when he made this rebutal. pic record to boot. Practice took about five hours a gold medals in this year's Sum-
Don't pass over the fact we did so poorly lightly. If it wasn't fora day, 11-1/2 months a year, so I mer Olympics as they did in 1960
third string career from Essex vllle, Michigan the U.S. would have' "Winning that gold medal was decided to quit while I was on when they accounted for 10 of our
been shut out completely in their quest for a gold medal. Terry the biggest thrill I ever had. It top," she stated. 18 first place finishes.
Is what kept me going. I just Outside i of winning Olympic
kept telling myself that I was going Last summer she taught swim- swimming meets, Miss Stobs is
to Rome to help the U. S. win a a typical UF student in that she
3 \\\\\\\l/1d/I/1\\\\/ ming at Miami Shores Country
gold medal and I did it."
Club, but Miss Stobs insists thatit dislikes the trimester system."I .
QS& was just a summer job and transferred from Emory In
;. "I think our swimmers may does not Indicate plans for a come- 1962. Emory was on the quarter
break the record we set this sumFlorida back. system, so we only took three
INNSBRUCK courses that met five days a week
: for 15 hours credit. I came down
here and started taking six
Lifters Win
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ticipated in the District 1 AAU Bill Weaver totaled 770 in the 181 STUDENTSon
Welghtlifting Tournament held at pound class with lifts of 245 press,
Jacksonville Beach February 9. 225 snatch, and 300 clean and
Bill Emerson and Jack Kummer
jerk.Weaver
received second and third place also was awarded the
j '. awards in the 148 pound class "Best Lifter" trophy for the con-
respectively. Emerson did 160 test. BUDGETNEED
f press, 155 snatch and 190 clean In the 198 pound division Ed
and jerk to total 505. Kummer Mcintyre finished second with lifts THE

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Ron Wiggins finished second in total on lifts of 270 press, 230 Store
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It's easy to say what the U.S. did wrong, though. Could it be that. there "are other reasons why we did so poorly which were not under ti FSU ( ) at Georgia Tech ( ) SPECIAL LOW PRICES
our control? The athletes we sent to Innsbruck were obviously not fat, rf't'' Chicago Loyola ( ) at Houston ( r I;
rich Americans. Otherwise they would never have gone in the first place. :ti..: Harvard ( ) at Princeton ( ) : .
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That is just about the whole story in a nutshell. In Russia the athlete is
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The Florida kiligator Aj City V $6 Mul oters lion By PHIL stuff A pprove In Bonds HEVENER Writer 'ri \l y+~%il~ifi.i~ 'S [ tJ(liBi I i~fi*i 'itilurn. IN NEWBERRY kBank More [SFWF3E piyif Anl inknrown 00 morning whiri buriglars rut their way i ito the Flank of Newbe r, y. I.K. Brown, specvat agent inl harge of the FBI's district ofie n Jacksonville, saud the burglars gainrui entrarire to the bank through a rear window using icitylernt torches. "They ripped open the safety deposit boxes'' Brown said, 'and took about $13,000 in tellers' currency. This did not include any silver. We won't know what they took from the deposit boxes until we've had a chance to talk to the owners -although we assume they took IhC more valuable items." Brown added that the bank is federally insured and "a large number of agents are on the scene working in cooperation with local authorities."' The burglary wv, discovered and reported to authorities about Sa.m. by easierr Danuel I. Jones. tr' lawmen on the scerw were Alachua County sheriff's deputies arid Newberry Marshall Bill Hartley. Agents from the Jack sony'lIle FBI office arrived about 10:30. Bank president Newbern Summnerlin said he was at home about 8:05 when he received a call from Jones. "I told him to call the sheriff', office and the town marshall," Summerlin said. According to Agent Brown, several clues5 have been discovered, although he could rnot divulge their nature. Contacted yesterday Afternoon, Sumnmerlin said that no business was conducted at the bank yesterday, 'but we hope to resume normal procedures Wednesday (today). This place has been covered with FB31 people." E ngine WASHINGTON (UP!) -Inve was involved In the Feb. 3 cras. yulle, Fla., killing all 10 aboard, it A Civil Aeronautics Board (CA which occurred shortly alter a So Beedhcraft took off for Jacksonvl But he said preliminary evidenc si an sItItined hrni, wfor *ha niine Douts Trial DALLAS U I [ ed by several prominent citizens, a stream of witnesses testified yesterday that they doubted Jack Ruby could get a fair trial in Dallas for the slayrg of acc eus ed presidential assassin Lee Harvey Oswald. Only one of more than a dozen said flatly he could. Defense attorneys, baffled Monday in attempts to get witnesses to agree with them, reversed the course of testimony spectacularly Tuesday at the hearing to determine whether the 52-year-old nightclub operator should be tried in another Texas city. Ruby sat entranced through it all as the defense pressed Its case for a transfer,. Witnesses ranged from a former mayor, a department store president and leading attorneys to a former barmaid and a drummer in his nightclub. Stanley Marcus, president of the Neiman-Marcus department store, took the stand first under questioning by chief defense Attorney Mel v in Belli of San Francisco. ''I h av e grave reservations whether the defense or prosecution can get a fair trial in Dallas," Marcus declared. Crash stIgators believe engine failure h of an air taxi plane at Gaineswas learned yesterday. AB) spokesman said the accident, 'uth Central Airlines twin-engine Ie, still was under investigation-. o pointed to failure of one engine *II ,2n*inn rnnfrnl it Iitf il I Itl ful l 'o son,2,37 fo ,u ri ciunt --Major thuriighfi re svsten, sidetwjlk ,xid si c i h IdpOVimints, and ii!f-street parking, 2,477 for 4)1d 889 against. --Two new recreation cente rs, Spark development and the purchase of new park sites, 2,401 for and 921 against. --Storm dr ainage improvemets, 2,460 for and 850 jgalnst. Passge of the pr ogram required a minimum voter turnout of 1,960 and a 'yes" vote of 980. 'I am indeed gratified,' said City Manager Bill Green as the unofficial results were announed, 'at the results of today's passage of the $6 million capi-. tal improvements bond issue by the frevboiders of this city. 'The results indict,' gt'iulrw interest and desire on the part of Gainesville citizens to provide the necessary municipal improve-. merits In order that Gal rwsv ie might cont Infue its growth and prosper ity." Mayor Byron WI in echoed Green's sentiments, saying, "I am pleased and I feel the voters indicated by the results of the electon their confidence in our ability to administer the money. "I know there has bein very little opposition to the various issues up for approval and quite a it of support for the bond is sue which seems to illustrate COmmulni tIy re(og 'itlOnlof the need for the improvements which today's c cc I to ni will mike pos s b Ic.'' Still to br counted are ipproxi mately 44 absentee ballots which can have no effect oui yesterday's final totals. Barbara *.ofter Krug) Fie A fire caused $5 51 damage to temipot ury til dinw 908, locat,'d northeast of th,' RUTN budblizig, around noon yesterday, according to A.!. Shuler, campus police chief. Ihaae was confined In lh
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Blessing Cur few Iy by lihi WiJmei's SttidlFt Astpi aticn (W> dlay uight. The leitnendtlioi is tO bw submypttid of WOmn Mat na pliii mdlean if Mcii irs to, final appi oval. n iu. Pt, iii I A1Mn ti pen htr lile It .uriepted, the 'ui hvw ,xteinsioni will be on '' "i t, P'I TmIH'' (tIP.) Ihisis. I .s (oi Set rondc seuisteri fieshmuui will be .xteiicel Cromt five ii sevi-r. Sopihctol eS how allowed liin Iate yplrritt will .giveili 6 Junior andi setiot I. lP.'s will u}Fntinutj to be I,limited in Inmber. If the extension Is not grantedI this trimester, the present 1L. P. limit will he contijuil with ,i pOs:,bility of their use oil Sundluy rights. The extension was proposed on the grounds of Ilkar ad ravein purpoes Crn rnithSA Sunday Passes I, gn wol D ritt t rui~h~t~ (nat1villehus ilt Srn h~fliInti firur thp, lit v itips, sli isa A sir i'w vol. wi. i do tu,.!r,. WSA', tull' Sl1oth ''it pii iTt l Cot ii iuemlii ienlS(I. lDwii P Ialy was jtiestiontii ipiturrinillv cu tht, miit te, if tilowutig "hps [l1.1'' ,il ii itihiL uitintsk iii lhe dO, m~S. Th. USI' (f ileiti ital uitejsils I) Ii Fts tinm,, leAtn It idy saii. site saud reasons foi llime igairns the lisp if lhem, ijcludi tule lha/:a, foul odors, id genieI a! saniit.Itlon couditiolis. A letter submitted to lisan lit sly expit>sed tht sentimnirt of the WSA onril at uiriwbat ks, lboth acadei an gener:l, of the system. To Past By DON FERMAN I)t U IHoslt>1, lIP tlt iut .srrh llen, ,i ltihi ''out kst EItti st.u t it wol k, .pmd r think its t i vi IJII ifed ti Ip Pt p1 tbltmS it thlt Ilotoi system, but that some ci! hhnm wei C betai worked run so that the past yea Points Progress it' sitients, Fiaiilr siilicnt and how eftectiv, thn svstrml lie sU(1 the slia i I bmplot Sy stt. t Lie tLn~i tew i teti t titd (Ise sheets haive 'It. tributed to U i termhites lmtdina ties, iii diti 0n Fbimil Coverage by The Alligitoi, lis 'ii. Gets TALLAHASSEE (UPI) -Gov. Farris Bryand today appointed Mi amfi Beach attorney Janme S L. Larry King to the State Board of Control. King, 36, surreds Frank M. Buchanan, Miami, who resigned recently. King was born in Miami and received his law degree at the University of Florida in 1053 following service in the Air Force during the Korean conflict, lie currently Is presidentofthedJunior Bar section of the Florida Bar and Smoking A Month Americans are smoking less one month after a blue ribbon jury of medical scientists ruled that cigarette smoking is a cause of lung cancer, state revenue figures indicated Tuesday. in .lmost every state polled In a U nit ed Press International survey, income from cigarette taxes was off. South IDakut a cent drop in ciga despite a 20 peli tobacco tax rate. showed a 24 per rette tax revenue tent hike ini the Kansas revenue t rom tigut itte sales in I pu'sry was the lowest in 17 months. Vei mont tepot ted sales of 3,741,000 pit ks of ugs rettes in J aiuryid, 0 mpled* with 4,120,000 iin litiiuv, ljnj .utt 4,027,000 in [)ecemew, I t. California Go'. Vtndmund 1' Boerwn bised Ihs btilgzt ii tit issumnption the ia ciage pei sonlwout smoke four parks less iin 16 I Somie state officials wonredt if the cutback ini smlokuIng might be tempo riry bet puse of tie w idespread publ cik u gi etilt' Utgeillgeneral's report released Pin. II. The committee of 10 Itilcuush.ed medical stiettstb. issiktnud Liv New Member a member of the hoard of governors of the Florida Bar and amenmber of the board of directors of the Miami National Bank. Board eets$ I The Stat I Tneet8 her at 9 a.m. The [F |at 9:45. to Board e Friday of Control beg inn ng will be considered D own Later said cigarette sales dropped IS per cent af t er the surgeon general's report but niow were off onily S to IC per cent. Idaho's tax collections were off $27,000 in January. gested one residnts switce from smoking to drinking. Whereas the cigat ettt tax revenue fell $43,000 last month, liquor taxes prodiucid al, additional $79,000 arnd beer taxes an additional $30,000 in thet month. l'eiuessee Is making .38 per cnt mro, e from (igai et'e tixe, so Jar lhi, yeur. Blut oflicrals said thus wasblecituse of,. roaulsned ta his. If I were tot Cot the brcpider base, t iiiu% would 1w otf p tia millim ldli: lit vii gnttP' tiN ereti. .A '\ 7~ ~~ +t**~sv~~4~$ 4 Board 'em a d" alle .,f Mora i lhe l'' nt, been

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Hendrick Praises SG Workers Says He Proud Of (1 tiTi ;ufpa lthti ii, cl La, s ist I S ~ wth s tri g.'. e~ea kes ,uid i ri tapif lint If peuznl vol it' fl' stuuient itatatt anil opnil ki vkei tiit' ma' wllhu tip It gives yuian b t'tte *liderst imditg if how Ia, tinmi niistn athon opti laps.' Hl 111 Icd K pa lsed lii, fellow wouka'r, fi Ihair aid nid suppiort. 'As I look uack io thi, vii, the thIng I ar .no st iudt if Is thu wArknI thu. tainet mit',nti'i hiIe iim. This us sniiaethiing I'll nilvir fin gat.'' ihala i ck ,,ait Iii, iuilisti 'a li"" I i s 'r ts,, "I ""i""l Carolyn Johnstonl Wants rUnderstcsnding Better understanding of the Honor system and more cooperation on the part of the student body are the basic Improvements, Gerry Richnan, Chancellor-elect of the Honor Court, says he'll seek. Too many students have the Idea that they should let sorteonw eke do the job of reporting (heating or stealing, he said. ''Students seem to look upon the Honor System as 'Big Hrother iS Watching You' type of system, which it Ls not. The (dea is to give the studIeits the same responsibility when they ire in college that they must assume when they graduate. ''Students might be able to cheat while In the university, but in the long run the cheating will catib up with them,'' he said. limmeditte institution of an Honor Court speaker's bureau, similar to the Blue Key organization, is one of Hichman's prime objectives Inc r eas inrg tinde rst and ig of Honor Court funct ions' The speaker's but eau will concentrate this year on familiarizing students with the workings of the Honor Court'. By next yea r the bureau may be replaced by a Freshman Speaker's Bureau wh ch will conicenlt rit e on hitt ig all diSCUS 5100 sec tiozns in ojw of the freshman (jul ses. Go gia Couut ry HAM STEAK U rits & lHed Eye Grvy 'GOOD EATING PODNER' at the TOWER HOUSE This would he an improvement over the short lectures given pr viously and would also allow 111m11 fo aqies tion tid I Sc us ion secto, Richman said. An attempt is also being made to get the merchants of UaInesVIllC to turn over mflinut cases of shipliftingw to the Honor C curt. This is being don, ini order to keep students (rom ending up with poll cc i records W et lareproposing to (0111act the inerr hanits aiid comTnt up wit some placques such as 'I am cooperating wit h the University oif Florid:, Honor Court in shoplifting and had checks,'" said Richnian. ''This will put the students on guard .idact as i constant rrnminifr e adfe, I the const ructivye pnilshmnent it p. iialty hi,., 5s IS b.4r remedy than, a r rimnlnal record.'' Riebman qaid that a copy of the offense would be placed on the s tudleit's Internal record, which Is used tirly for bar .xanminat lors itnd government security clearance. The external record, which a student uses when seeking tniployrmtent, will not carry a copy of the offense. Asked what could he done about regulations rt string ried, 'In men'9 off-campus apartments, Rihmarn said he felt any move coul 'best be IniIally implemented hy stwdrnts uniting for 4 rommoli "tempts will be made to organize all student groups to come up with resolutions eIther to modify the rules or to include slgirg out to a man's apartment on the sign-out permIssions. Girls are scared to sign out to a mmn's apartmnint if they .rc Koiig there, and this defeats the purjxose if the signi-out systirm, .II ii ding Rihan. 'The present rules are hypo' rtial and incapatli of lbegin eiifor ccl. This to .large extent crat.'s an atinosphar a sil,'siss lw the student is ntot tonscious iif the. law, biair enifocd Richmann said lie is ilso mrterested ii result, oft ai wu y now binr ni de by te So o"''' logy"lepa "' mcitreg4?zg R far am fth liono, System on campus. s 'Most Cabinet' I''' t','ls rlutist uidet iiitt im I, the u,is of s.iii at tvity, alt2 d it-aintiacht at to ii (I i n sIII. IhIWppOVal for irtiwad teiii c cui t lights, the autting of p1ilvilegid block setini at tcooth.11 ginmes, ilid the neviLiin if tli. Stcii'tt ItuI ttiiistituticoi IS ixamtpths ''My only iisappouiatmnuat is .1 general feeling Uhat thing, (dlubi m~OVt' fist.r Onl (tampltS. If I .nam Ltisappwoinitrd it s tbec.inis. I lim en [IIIti ed-beti tus, I think tha i liin ishy shitauli b,, n od,! iii it's nut always so. lletnrlrk lielieves that the big;ilahltbnii floig the laiw ad"i"iusti itoi"wl i'n'volv, 'gett""g ciounal IIhe rnd tap.' tilm ks to get thoul prugi am off the gi oumd.' It is easy to fill into ,a period imlprovad Stutielit Ghverinimit tbmniticalioii WIItitilnttr, stii dent bwody. ''It is a terl jfk problem to comimunlcate with all the students arnd to find out what tthay want dor"' he siu "Stnderit~s are interpsted Ira Ohe things Iihat touch them c h ses t arid after these have been accomplished, they tehd to lose Interest In Student (ovEnmnenit."' Hidi ik arid hi, wife pLan to hiave th. Ui in April, I%5 alter he gj aduutes with an MA inpoii cal scierha. lie will either go oat far fuirtha' dtudits ol onter SOmil Ire, ii pciullr si, vice. Mrs. Kan r leidick, who is A ssi.,tait I'rogrant 1)1, oto, on th I Ioridar Iition Board of Activi tus, hIas seen t, t rerrindalus work inlvt'lv pd nt l i t ( o v er n tm e rit Antyri. wh thinks that Student Govenm"n is 'Miey os sholdtry to liv. with it for a week,' she said. SPECIAL lvERSITY A STUDENTS, GALLO Purchase. WHY PAY K FACULTY On Eachi MORE & STAFF Gasoline ?9 is Paul Hendrick L EAVI NG OF FICE SNIII AS SG PR ESI DE N T shown here with his wife K FOR T HIS YEAR'S COUR T aren. (Photo by Richman one full pounds KC SIRLOIN ST EAK $1.95 HALF S$1 POUND .50 ,Do your laundry ,'while you shop K o 704 W Un Ave. LEEN' U FOR Get 3c RICH MA N Tickets Going

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I ), irm LIfe ILIXIurIfluI UE l'a al(rinI I Liii I' I ' I [1 li ,,riil'rL a i j ait' 4 i i, II4 Evetly ii thy\-' I b G |. run,),, with il~',tIilI'e 'I slii said. "Ditheliii ar ks, w'v II I kit,, whi'l iie u ii*d tO iivile th' ba wills. -'Thern is lii 51u(h IIIIII n h, hing youT 'Iwn ilcitt, .iii tiett Way to c}Iliim 4,lml privP y us tip *l iiige I (lil in 1(1055 tlit 5okr. kcoiimati~s inr ofter rfar led ti, as 'thunkits,' sine they shain iriuk ti I he C:mdy, whoI i w .1 I sOipo) Iin the Ma' inis, ftiud oilier liffe cenees in the housingg riegulatins." 'F vetyoni i wakene t k6 sure all girls are present. If someone is missing, a report Is madec to the duty rnOn -Comm issloned officer. She in, turn re ports to the first sergeant, who checks to see if the girl had permissioii to he absent,'' she said. There is no curfew, but It is up to the girls to make sure that they are in the barracks by 5:59 a *m.n lI a girt is one minute late, CoalTurbi08U ne WASHtINGTON (LIP) -Secrerary of Interior Sttirt I I. iclali saud today :ii expel Inenial ccoal ft red gas I Ur hi n c, developed by the Bureau of Mines at Morgaiitown', W. Vs., hits completed Its first tests succ ssfuhiy. c e sf lte t as opening a pcssill new mirket fo t the s gginrgco a Iindustry.Tlest on the coal fit ed turbines t,.gan In Morgan town last August. The interior official said the tests showed that definite progress has been made in reduringerosion of the turbine lades by hot ash particles in the~ gas steam. Udall s a i that besides stunulating coal production, successful development of a coal-ti red gas ltbInc could mean in tc re ased eff ciency arid help to stabilize costs at coal-burning power plants that gene ate comm nerciti electricity. combinedd w it h conventional steam turbines, the gas turbine would perniit mto'e efficient utih,/atioi, of the heat elne.rgy that become available when coal is burned. RepresentatIves of leading 1r Liiie manufacture ens and of 0rganhiations engaged in tut bine research and development reviewed tile tests to evaluate the performance of 3 new blade design. The bureau said the consensus among these experts was that the results were good. The trial period hid been scheduled to last 1,500 operating hours. It was later rescheduled for a thousand hours to allow eartier inspection of the new blade. It was actually terminated, however, after 878 hours because of slag accumulation in the turbine. ,. -.I A' l F i ,c I | till' '~1l Illt~Cii Fitl I'' ,iIill irI R4 ni .tt 5 jiI fi is'hu .'w Iili',tt Aril N I ~v., i ,rl irtj r 4| I hi 'ii I rhive Iig ty ,,ls' Is 'I tik to ra 'Iisis, it pe. cl i h stiiil tip nm Int sth eubithour eici'ks, horln :4,, to II: wS pwm. k i .rI tiridiii tch ust rwehl ( ompite kiiiimor T a. r riot il~eti to i .ily ersonal~. Thre th s alwv.in up nitreor paer, ad srome of te more pum. girls htavden thwanh mour wS ontmeste fod s oo and .t Your usaly anbounedame thif daea week, cvf thug the thpea gsrls prefe tre ad ou u at t en of th e m on when in eme the diin hilagi"esgdaid.t inthe Mimes i', Cindy said, l thou Iaenjyig mysefu theae uivgesit veyk, e thug was rou rto v arinte Imfndin wide te rss andfe mo vety oft oppotueni heatl school'sh ad. ofkh itarykonhe pticyas finvte lainAeiCand conties "Ashidgh way'm enoigsl tthe Thieruiyver sy muh Center frou Lti. America de sdvlp in seud studeseon the eflitcl roof the military n Argepnltinsa, Colombia, the lDominican Republie, Mexico ajid Peru. Dr. Lyle N. MeAliste r, dlirertor of the Ceriicr, is principal investigator for the project. $31,000 grant kfrom thespeia Oh erations He search Office of American Unriversity in Washington, 1). C. The grant covers a two year period and coniti fues iihrough January, 1966. lDr. MeAlister is anl authority on Latin Amer lean civil -military relations and history. He has published a lumber of books arid articles on the subject and has served as a consultant to the Hepartnwnt of D ) f e ns e on Latin AmeVIc aji affairs. lie will be assisted in the yeseal ch b} three graduate students in latin American studies at the ti 'ers ity. They are: Anrthony Mlaingot of Trinidad, Spain; Stephen Lyle Xozman, Minineapolis, l'Ifl. and William 0Granlt Duncan of Yello Springs. Ohio. Miami Beach TALLAHASSEE (UP!) -Two of Miami Beach's swankiest hotels, the Fontainebleau and Eden Roe, squared off ini court Tuesday mn another law suit triggered by construction of a 14-story, 400-room addition to the Fontaineblean,. The Fontainebleau asked the State Supreme Court to reverse the South Florida District Court of Appeals dismissal of the hotel's suit against the Eden Roc. It naintalned it was due damages because of the harrassnent and 'malicious" actions of the Eden Roc in righting for one year and four months from City Hallto the Supr-ee Curt to try to prevent construction of Ihe towering addition. The Eden Roe claimed that the addition violated city ordinances and 3-Pr Hotels In Court cast shadows that would interfere with sun lsIn at the dlern Hoc. The two hotels sit side by side on famil \lurl Beach and theta r frequent legal battles since 1ii have almost reached the stage of open wir IAI The Supreme Court listenedto attorneys II gnu tit pros and cons of the legal dispute for an hour, h took the case under advisement. It gave "0 iniclhitti, when it will rule. At one point, alter the addition was up twr stories, the Eden Hoc obtained an injuntion whir halted construction for four days. The Fontainel'lea said the delays increased building costs Mid rnctp in enormouslose-o patronag e ardp fish i ye ting ope ninrg of t hi addition on s chedul It I h 1959-60 winter season. Look af th Vau-nti CET -I I -.-~-wr REG a og 7; $ 99 FLAMINGO P'gs. No-se S TAN cover To, Ex-Marine Cindy Enjoys Dorm 'L uxury' DANISH INSPIRED CASUIAIL S-, --,42.InCh SOFA with 2 MA TCHING CHAIRS ideriul for playroom. or dens! Wefl con. *.dl Sturdy l-ircl, tubule, copperton. Steel with shaped wslnufgainod hardwood *,mg. qg spring construction, tufftnr padding *nd ed with aI~ It.n.n-.

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Campus Jealousy A One UF Opinion On Beatles ~roused Dad Ry DONITA MATHISON Stoff Writer 4i I'' s~ltudhtiS lie i siitwil sign of Jt.imis itaii thout Amnetri.lia debtt (ibG iiieilt, iiW X d, ('i4d Tilt .ind 'srit that I< Ahncth'r I borLIta flul, I r imng his oiis umh if tlh0v n id-liedi~ ilcthet~te vi] littitiii i tele.iili >tiit iv. o l' leiIou of thtina. Mlv kiiis hive istr trili !erit' i' like 'I liu iti --I o 'th Hudrii vois, IAS, is sure it's Just i fit lit'se aiid it would ni'>r List,"' Isu. his hair. Were Met By 25,000 Fans T fr hslyh Ire iii le, 'xpWr1 fr [i nbaid ,m hit wy it, ii to the ([rit,'d Stilt's wi, lhi ilded by I moti 'f Jr(,j) it te lwnnhalti aali uirI tla 11po lat wvuek. Thsus mii>I-h.Irl'Il'h-iijjpts, l'uui li %( .ittl'y, .iouihlmohe1' iril a phs whio hiav'e w at(hid tliiti rlighit ti sul' '> Takes Fifth Ammendment "A5 fir is niuitital iIaiti, thi iSt'tit's i petty i l. Tha.h very little t~ilt'it but bitusi of uh' iinuin. fhey will pie 'ibly Thought It Was An Insect Ih H ith'"~lI II a oilhhit les sCI lii ut ti'hi he lts who einw f om tuil' four o '. I>, si sIll V'" pist Wi' Vt s ah i 4 i'e iliad'' 1 s 1 h p it iwi ea l oe iae ln i s ii ii lif iIt m N tu i il rp' SN ,Is iii th I i' L~ i hi' ,s Varied Beatles Lose To LHomework ,ibt h li met',itth i SI hmvutr thi Ii h'Il a -I jihii k w' ii m I %'tLI. \gI forlmm I(hli hi m I m s txplh' tit tO IIo Oin n ig lh it tbouihf Pi estk'tt lititsollS beliinwviI k lihi spxkilan ilon famed hat bth i Is like hi' ii.' ilt's. it' ilihtr ii'waiha djdiuiet' uiitt li e hi lii it it ii', ar VhA sk Ifh, Ilts, I' ifth IN ,ptesiile t of thi. E li i o ,e nie t AtnunleiiuhtlL'"I' Let Us Prove It To You Tonight! I-. ---A yr -Ii~ A 4 Super SEKSpeclilst BONE Dinner 95 2 Vegetables, Rolls & Butter STEAK Der 2 Vegetables, Rolls & Butter 80' nfl flCflACT SG-Food Meeting A utt iigL~ ci nis'w I hianigus Ii >G .ii cloiing Ii, y, an'~ lucid ((IllUmitteei' hai l blwt iu,.n i f 111.1 iim -Defector V italI nfc (ENV.VA (1 'l -Authauritativ, etuc s.ld Tuwsiay Soviet lefeuti give tihc Ulilted Stiles vitil top s ci! liuianl liU('1,Vi we;.jiis. They portedd tihe 36--yeut--iiit fli'riioivinesSilic dii hlpith. .11 id i i stIiatitn ii p'it S i'V, t illre Can T o G U.4 Ir Yuii NOSSteikti is i etret iufutmtionl ciii moiilihblu fit' Sovh, 11.1l asyhiitii it wi, ujus'i lhari. t fiy llm 5t 0 lit die MI P usual hii I t '"2 to look for )P(i~tl II I' i I' ihmasi liuh tlii< ilani-i'h'it. I lie (*11 Co i ite Ii,'uy tu Iii, 1.1sedth aipiti au of thun iithllyc pril I'.',iiih .'cI w i ivo i wi th S sail m iiin4~l iui aion 'atl. SC'yme eAtl'h it tia imutini f h lilil,"iwas 114m,11 tmihiji n l sul vICy 4'f nt odypsi-t i s iirrulis t i (,iivo ha ati Is. ~ sie .1 1 wm3 k IsOw ii fiji Its itv p'lri'Is \it, Iih~rsinly hid ii, 'a itr~ui ii iti ibyre t M ii 'ii, C ll .'a F'll r i vi'i ill vcrcity n -3 I iri'lIx'i'uur t Allre Ibyii Mwrile h (t is mu) 'tinll, c ri A pii wi .std n m sone o thispu lg Ifivout bly with lbh' [I Ioo ii'''" JuIaIahty .iuaat,''vul lon "it '' (Ia it e a tniciil' o f in eat ilii A lit ii ii usl ho e Ib aIt iiV I t l e u o md o r p r ill is ai' f, ii! fu ei 54 VIII with liii.wwith liii' 'Vi~ 111011 iii 'ii Ia, ,,i~ iii S 'lay gaul Liii hi lii till 'iilii'iY. maeprior tii liii. I. 5011k''. her, suil the mlefw'tioh was "planlid for i 10mw timh" itid nh 111ini olitirt maty hive b*,l m tie Ii N ,'oW before he 1rav,.II,'i Iii (Geiava with rhit'! Soviet necoti ameiSt In plenary session Tupsday but Nossenko was not discussed. Chadf U.S, nngotiator Wiliam C. oster tald hw has no01 Ialktd with Reds Building Near Gitmo by Scivit (j-uat ujiOtO lyr 'Ills riivul its ml (rIT nu -alw it i Ii, I bVi i' oaf Cuba, ,xhl, -aurilt ISlire re.,uhan -xi is Fevoluliiunary St Utipid hirer horate, sairi im~flmatiOni smiar'led from C uia indhicate'l thmE InIL, jl at tiuis are IO('atedc am the In "' Sc' ttii We Advertise "Good Food" Service Postponed 1* CBLUB n ue eon 7

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editorials g S;tttc As cortiuig Uo Ajliiltlist, hulM I 41315 eOlteifliIg Andi SUch i ye I 'I 'ii I NA: 131, l' ii' I i VS Iu ul ,iln St 11 ''lII' d r' Is hN' itluit I \or I' I 1 i hi h l spat 'ii] ie' iii ill.'. I int! Ii,. es I li t' ShiI(' I9%J, whiti Pussia siiiltel tht, S. inp, the 4p.h(s I ice with Sharp jolt Hi thi ,Ihur itic Of th]. Ierlhiluim, AmTSeI'illS [As prStt' lipt Objective of b).111n it sL i te nII*II, with littYli quStin of ''whAt romps next. Nows that the fit si flu, ry of e tivity 1% Over, the i' I bis settled down to 'A well planii.'u srleur'.' ,feviiuts vid thi stuigg,' to keep tlhrm oln sr hedule. Aiii Ame' AILSallsiv& inmn' to sto, jill woidet wliethev it is really wint lbIt, iind whit Our obt,1' iv. will b,, imp we rear h thu first tin esioli of the. moon. And thuts, 1)13 lip, lootrm.I is the torig poiril In the space effort-not so mu': in the light of '-who's winning' but iin what our ultimate plans for utilizing our sun t'ss will bi,. Tis is thutime when we must bngini deriding wh,'lhit we will, ill the fiiturS, plan spaice-goiug ,hbse: vator P's, 1,bwr tm Its, ail explor ittiii b1.150. We tiust dtICE' pmpn the feas.,billty of uliepur probes ito (avid er en beyond) oiu. solar system, and bugin miiking itiquiry int the types of rockets required to keep space safe. These are th, flestionit that should bCCXaiit'd in the 'oldily atnalyt:iil light of advantages arid disaulv~imtages, of acc'omp~lishmnents and costs; and the data that will be used .15 crIteria tot some of these judgments is now within our grasp. And NASA reports that the budget allocations a' e being made to utilize these opjxortuniitles to arrive it "Ii a curate plot Ur. of what our ,,Ims should be. Hrowuinig has said that 'A man's rca' h should always exceed his grisp--or what's a heaven for?" But as our reach protws deeper, we are charged with the resporisibullty of stopping to consider that which is within our grasp; for soon this will comprise the foundation fur a further reach, and another striving grasp at the elusive unknown. And the drawing of the 'hart will have been as important as that first faltering step into space. W. C. N. iThe last two week, have been onts of hI. ak dli Ialdays, tied togttir by strings of iiitermlittent precipitation. After the fii sI few itys of Iih, mnisturt, the radio aiinounce'' beganto un out of fresh pmmnits, mid the umbrella and ralicots I,,, tin symilols of ,lttomiti pre.'autioiitikin uponventun ingotit dooi s. Anrd the city adjusted to it S iter visitor. But Hi the highways, the story was lifhrtnt. Theme the oddis were motitro frnmi(Iitle: instid of paying off it 'an uiicomfor tablti arnpiiess Oi, for the panic flarly susceptible, a case of mioiio, the penalty tir forgetting the "umbrella" of automatic precautionis, was in ,lai ring inches,' ini personal injury, and death. St. iww t'e sun has in tmed, perhaps long enough to become reacqluainted with the sunshinmi, state, avid the umbrellas, arid raincoats are easily forgotten.aud siuc e few ii! us have experienced the chill of a can fishtailing across u wet higIhway, the umbrella of automatic ulriving prtcautiiiis we should ha~v, utilizeI is klck,'d hehivid the door of our niiid~--unused, *and cisily (am gotteii--txcept by the ramillits of those whose names mand. the headlinies. Hut then thi. safety council his peolk with sharper wits than ours working (till tinm thin~kiti tip slog.iiis to make you drag then out of the closet atid use them. Alxout all thit we 'ii 4d Iis: whethei vo'i e walking or driving-tak, yoim iimibi lii. Alliga.o Editor ..ilker I unidy Managing Editor.I i ller Assistant M'anagiug [tdutor .ohn Askiiis Editorial Editor. Wayne Nortleet Sports Editor .;leii L ane\ Wire Editor ..8t}b Thioniii Feature Editon ....Cvunthia Ttinstall Campus 1,iving Editor.Judh un Prince Editorial Ass istanits ...John IIanicoik, Ernie 1I t, Gadl Solie Ilug, Nancy Zimnnwt, Betty Wendt, Hetsy Gaz rison, Ste; e \ uughn, (ii I Hayes, and Sue Doble. Reporters ...Mike Power, Jim C istello. Phil Heveiw r, Joel Gaston, Douglas Molitor, Dohita Pdathison, Sally Stock, Carol Nobis, Ann Carter, Joe Kollin, Pam Pulley, Agnes Fowles, Bob De M.ach, Fran Snider, Fred Lane, Kathrine Duda, Jean Fagot, Jud) Teich, Evan Engle, George Minis, Phil Geyer, Don Federman, Becky Quinn, Larry Zlmmnerman, Jackie Cornelius, Pat Hogan, Charner Powell, |, law!" *"Hey, Charlie! I finally found out why they hove that 'silly' Be wr E ITO 1): I would like to take issue witn the 'anonymous letter concerning compulsory W)TC printed In the IC Feb. 64 issue of the Alligator. While I agree that ROTC should be offered on a voluntary basis, the writer makes a series of comments that are, in my opinion, gross distortions of reality. First, he implies that classroom and drill instruction have no value whatever due to the alleged incompetency of the instructional staff. professional military personnel are not qualified to disseminate information concerning their profession, then who Is? A professor of invertebrate t~oology, maybe" Second, the writer complains that the study nmalerials are appealing only to the moronic and attributes this fact to the incompetency of the instructional staff. lie fails to realuze that the distinct possibility exists that an attempt is made by the staff to adjust the material iin order that it be cornmenisurate with the mentality of the aye' age or sub-average stusub-mongoloid, why do only seven per cent of the cadets receive a grade of "A"?) Third, the writer claims that persons are not serving their country while enrolled in the ROTC program. Nothing couldbe further from the ti uth. It is inconceiva lble to me to assert that person eng iged In the study of military science, which in turn provides a source of trained potential offi cci s who would be of inestimable daue in the event of Laii, is doing lii' ,ountri a dusset siie. Inalls, the wi tel's tat point is diitiressinitlv inegatiae. He ittempts to p1st!' his desire to drop HtTC oji the bisi of ho, edom. This argument is, to mit, mnerels A I use used as aln excuse Cu, Ia,nh's and slothiulvi. s. Appat enil>, lie lelie'.s that there C reI some peole hoAt too good to set vt theur couiitly iii] that the comnpetenit jnd patriotic fen should be hui dened with the tak while the las mas59sit ba, k and z eap the security potential ci the set' Iceof others. V hile I disagree iiolentli with this idea, I must been ''Mickey Mouse'' but rather to the contrary, Perhaps its pub-lic relations efforts have been less effective than ours. And Circus Tkc Y() urUbrella Clerk's Corner T'he Passing Of The Baton The Florid -T --

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aol lie:' SALE NEXT WEEK Mi>. Tubi & F. AII,'i h is wriini e iiterestuiig slid iiikrmliire fetter con' '" ,verseas, there an' ''ugly 'mu-A me'jils,'' too. To (OltInI u ly point out tlie many faults 'if Americans, andi there are many tilts, to the exclusion ofthe faults '4 the saily, l infallible ionXrmeticaflS becomes slightly naus. atig. lhe reason why so many Pailamlinians flock to the Zone for work is niot because they are so nmistreated there, but despite the deplorable conditions described by Mrs. Allen, the conditions In the always-righteous Republic of I' mama are infinitely worse. This is particularly true for the darker skinned peoples. Racial segregAtion is not the official policy in Panama, but it exists in fact. White Panamanians draw bigger pay for the same jobs than the Negro Panamanians. This is a hard fact, that the super-nationalists find convenient to forget. It seems that the smaller the country, the bigger the chip upon their shoulders. To set the record straight: the wronigs listed by Mrs. Allen do exist, but as she stated,"-things were improving a lot durrig the last couple of years."' Sincere efforts are being made ta 'oi rect these wrongs in the /rhhe, but what has Panama done Icir her own people? Has Panama established trade and vocational sIhools to allow her people to develop their latent talents and get better paying jobs? WThat is the pay scale for the same job ini limiama that exists In the Zone? lUsually 50% less. Mrs. Allen concedes, ''I know that all Zonians are not the u3me." it is refreshing to find I Panamanian who recognizes this fart, for it Is always the majority that suffers from the bad reputatnon of an undesireabie few. All either.The maority tare hard working, honest, jaw-abiding cit,~eii who only desire a decent joh, decent education for their chIldren, and to be treated with have a rght totexpect regardess of race or color. There are Others in Panama who treat their own people, particularly the Negro and Mesiizo as a natural resource: ebeap, labor. To get a decent paying job, these people flock to the Zone. in eever there is a dste tobal fire, who come to the aid of the poor distressed people of Panama? The hidalgo' No, Mrs. Allen, It is the hated Zonlan and Particularly the Arimed Forces. Another point to remember, the Armed Porces contributeover$39 million dollars in purchases from Panama each year. This is certil i+' Ne 'u r cif lat o t,, -' eryid jite ei, l\ im u dlio altgh,. 'all, -sided pi t t.a detroys thei .,aloe of YO, 4. I conilanl H. l a o~is S(he' 1 h' lub li of Vii m a.nWibt" is the /i. .lae Wage Scar,' udepe hichyu wvm nt-a deloy'?is the pitvuilii ywigiue copl n2. frioe~ s livng Iet th ', a I wt age WArnt Ira tie 'o Us.Rte troph Sa IJo unM aiy ski fle irs om wolyd? rit gieu the dubviou ig w-e S.u M, fo therwmae oPaiiamt mritdy not mfoy the -cat ho Ofr core ian bad V oca-h tmiona col tino traki thi po-s ple to. mettMand so skillron wed wot ger thae reubiredoAmricaf citizens as machinst., il.e P.,narmhanuiaslie myselfma were worng fon the U.tca bonuate Rionlshls hte) btr ther pas noe addmedt one oudrs appoime pers whic zlarc that w me, where exeons becausned woe a Civlmervice tinss.' Tah mni, lgthMrs. Allen efsto pisnotaepivieg Paaaas .1 Se mearne her Ciilrviaing and U S Ham oher (whamaimiuSiherl do the name. rdefe he r tpo htert l paper, he Planedma-Ame Can, asefrack ras. 20hAprii9 (efe the iMrmo. Alloy riort s, ther Canal Zonie a uling re-any qutshr Paananian to tke tships tha ed e to her paying js.Yourd lot ena-per th Unite ates to ay lop Asilled9, workman the ameu wageyd ll-), teCastth Zone ontpbsingl offer aqchanc for bte waageias ttakou ma n-d-o adtioataining whietAcshfor tha ed sco Igh Upay-l I dog blibve thad oext the pentsUte ofsegated schoyols isk nord aklld wnorknsi errovitaiierl watul. drI oul larikg t pontout that the Cnal ZoneuSoolI What I$s Quite often, editorial cOmment% appear in the Alligator which raise the in. of somec of the more serious minded individuals on campus. These comments most often take the form of letters. When a controversy is r aised over an Issue where the Intellectuals split with the fool hearty, it is the latter who appear to b' in the majority byvirtue of their more vocal i'I LI I e i i lii wse I er6. its pay t t trla thme pjiio thel sch It is hard to believe that'"Iari,.mTniidis were bai red froml living iii the /onu," when you drive ty Pirali., 'edic Miguel anti RainhIwW ( I Y. Thus, villages Pani.Iniani mntTiriiiie%, hmnitbLy Anmeilcirn d ol Isrs, with eleali, iieat homes, having running watt', IIISIdt plumhiig arnd elet tiicily. Thi, Paaain who live theie Wonk ii lii, Jule for fat Ix'tttl wags titan they canl earn ii lanaml. The Canal lola. Clinics und (ommnsartes art' open to thirm, a they do not get the type of treatment that may have been meted out In former years. They can leave anytime they want to but strangely enough there are more Panamanian,, who "want i" thain want out.'' Why' Compare any of the above men,tioned towns to Rio Abajo, Pantma's low cost housing area, a segregated community in fact, if you want to face cold, hard facts not fanciful, distorted nationalism. Perhaps, if you attempt to weigh the advantages and disadvantages of wrking in the Zone for the hated "gringo" you may comec to the conclusion that Uncle Sam has done more for the poor, abused Negro than the government of Panama. The villages in the Zone ate concrete proof. not words of political propaganda, that these peoples can maintain clean, orderly, democratic communities and that they should not be forced to live one step above ane mals, as they do in many part, of P.nama. These (ommiuntties have their town councils Mid their elected representatives get action oil their conmplai nts, without 'Csortimig to mob action, murdei, looting 11nd arsOn like the lloyd(hlarn clique. (Continued tomorrow) So I). M. B. defends the right of the "Normally calm'' students ti throw paper and coins onto the floor during bask e tai I games. Would be (or she) also condone it Lf they threw bottle,, mistreated opposing playersor coaches T is exactly what ia going to happen if this gross unsporisman-like behivior isn't stopped before it gets completely out of hand. I've seen college basketball In many parts of the country, but never had I seen articles thrown on the floor until I tame to Gainesville. Saturday rnght wasn't the first lime the paper-throwing has occurred and I'm sure it won't be the last. If anyone should have been enr aged at the officiating, the players themselves deserved to be. Yet they accepted the referees' decisions (many of which WERE WRONG) with the maturity expected of a college team. [iorIs GREAT FOR RI READ WALKER LUNDY'S FEATURE THE FOURTH ESTA TE'S DISCIPLE NO P Interview With President Reltz "Do politics F selecting of a I a i"Why aren't on campus.2 Do you think student body?" PL US A RE LOVE & "POT SHOTS MPATIBLE? Groeffe FROM THE AISLE" VALENTINE PEELMAIE (No Umbrellas) '63 AWA RDS CA RTOONS. OF DIS TINC TION JOKES SA TIRE PLUS WIN VA LUA BL E PRIZES IN OUR NOP CONTEST A LL T HIS & MORE IN OUR 'GOONS or GA TORLAND' SPECIAL ISSUE Umiv GIVE ON EM HELL' \ 1C14 hi1 || t, | ..I as. < .sO N T HE ZOT' EAL? in the an important port ersity President?" :ommunist speakers allowed SSG represents the entire MARRIAGE CO -by Didier Is it it a i |0' Pit il 111111

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LIAII> I I ,hi ', -~ 'F K I p 2 F i> y, ~h-W Wanted Situations Wanted Lost & Found For Rent For Sale I Iikjiiri tO(G ujiii<;ili 'ext ai k Pnt. K ill H b-H L'0. i(-9 i(). \WANTl.I muth ii ho smioke, 6 titw tires, htir .$t'H ( dl aftil 7 p.mi.2-3216. (G01)57 Ti? 3 Totuneai over, new pomt, good tiies, looks good -neIs some work $400. 6-8146 after 1959 LINCo It 2 door originally cost $7,000. An cxla goodl buy fot $1,00.C al FR -325 itt, 6:00 p.m. (GJ-89-tf-t). 957 FURl) 2 doot 6 cyb nier, ta ida rd t rdnmi s on, ad heater. 33,001) arutal miles Contact Wade Cook at Pieus Trailer Park. 3530 S.W. 24th Ave. lot 9. (691 -St-c). 1961 Mercedes lneu' -180, 30,000 miles, one owner. F xcelleut tornlitlon. Call 376-326! ext. 2119 or 372 -9711. (G -93 -3t-<). bt(IXL81,ii]I, liijth tlt .ilkil iipemh. $[.' a iv th, I,n .iI.r ifIc. lo h. W I u itd it. F iii nishd i u-tiuiMeitoine d. V.asiiig mural,. Also N w. prn. tiull 2-1220;. { 14-.(.-It--) homn,. [deil Coz privileges Netui< 491 01 F 6 I(OOM\ m ii study. Kit. en *1 i ll 1721-(H-I-.)t IPIOIMS I (lI MIN --Outbl. k pitt mnrcuth. lDoulle ou iip.Itcy,. Arnold Realty ( 0. 131t) W. U i,ve rs ty A v,. (B-92-t -(). Services l\IATIIIE CIII uiversity will ildrei Quldet Sa.m. -5 p.m. $2.00 per day 94-It-c). [STIA N lady ueir take car. of >oung 01w yt'dl ot age. Mon, thu Er iday. F R 6-2072. (MI do all kinds or sewing, dressmakimg. Mrs. Asbell 372-0655. 3436 N.W. 17th Ter. (M-94-31-c). MISTEAKS CAl\ (OST YhT. IN ,Y Income Tax retut um prepared,. Experience with Internal Revenue Service computer. Boyd Brysoi 93-3t-c). CHfill CA RE $8.00 week ($1.60 day). Babysitting .40 hour. (anytime). Ironing $2.50 basket. Call 2.-7601, 120 N.W. 9th St. (M-89-St-p). ojili-sar ws 'I-9 .4' :it ilt . Ad le~hSt.'-1551. (A-Th-Iu X I6 ujni itill -loud tutit .mIRIP P115(5 $1 (I. Ruinm II, M7lll. E NI)S -IIENIERSON'S MII I. STOPE, 11.5. hwv. 19 Crysti Rivt, 1.1.-Only ioii IS "ii". fi m Uiv. I itenray TONS UP TOWEls AM) MlkES (IF PABICS. See th, lovery .obj s iviable for youi Ionmc. IIWEctI AILS (iF FINE QUAL ITIES. Many first quality items also. Our Carpet ends are beautiful and about three fourths off. The finest bedspreads one.-third off. Tel. 795-3399. (A67-tf-c). House trailer, Archer Road Viilage. All aluminum trailer, cornplefr bath, I -shaped cabana 33 ft. Air-con~diliorned, gas wall furnace. 10 cu. ft. refrigerator. Insulated. F R 6 -5 8 2 o -29. I m e d iat CLOSED -out on roommate's. Due back with Gator Guard at 3o'clock Wednesday. Don't wait Bargain Day. ContactEF.J.Bear 3024 Hurne. (A-94--1t-c).

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Fairciotfh Critire es Bryant Cambodia U. In Bom Char ges bRaids I i Li t t 1 at S ii1' -------.---iii ,. Iki\ I ,I!, ~ncampueM~igh~man K~y I / lie w /G / la ECONOMICS CAN BE CHU~CKL[ES \larm al' \;ui LaNa lift.! ',iig nm ililli Ii \trdik krnawnr as ftu dlisitia 'riheia il1 n nnl g hlatirig yoreliii milli Itiag arid 'hair hlitil til aatilhrs I' p F)4sl a d' ~4 Trill it JIIclh' damlial ('nii but tIhit I, u I(:ly emi,. w itimuNtaed Inll II hI \% altar "" )~raa It Is eatsy 14 iirialrsbartal whII \r I )aaauliI dillcavar i l 4tiil'lil(S s fshta y tltiiit iorgaattia, bor flitt ia is I hi hlimlelf itily ,t4,y(Id wih the wihjet hr twa air fli't aos \ iter thatt hII IAXk lup timiliitismiii w~aaI, maea'a IIIn'Ss It .Miid that It IhiN IIlKgt, Mir I )lsiil rtA(ahud Lau giamdsr IThi, Int14r lxiatl kziuwnr is I ur' lFwkes Iay It w~s riot iritil l 7l, ilwhli Adrhl Sriafl ;,aiihdaau a's i m/l), if \,nwns (o.r flzmntndts, as it isars:ily kiltwn a:,) that thll wo~rlI (tamel 14 realize whari a ruasv, twmrkly, 411F1uject ecr,ugalnes is As Mi r iitlh shiowl(d in ils )('4lIar little ITretiSi. hreis iIot~l~~inn riiimpiruted IaIu iiifOnomih r. 't*s later becl'AW k~v~n d~t~ baw~j Whnthara is i great Itematld tir aI ariodlt, .4 tr1 'uplip;1 Is plaicet pit tihe mlirket Whe~r flher. Is I sianull ltllhlhnd, thurt 5. -ttimtll 4ullyl Tlake, for a'umpajlt, irisfiihts \iii wN k iK lta IlittrE thill (lIglity ir nara;I\ I:asfiaritf '~I4s, hut i alls ilM ha dlndlI s~nflI irar \lrarllur ('aigrilfe, all 11h4 utlr hlilal, thi d4m4llata nih llteac) ffivorii 1 r1 a w haIti S'ilatrtt tilIer :i ab stilt 1ack iaid tilhble~l Ilip-Tiij FhU it :ll' iimitir whlera 4hgarlettas Ir% sildi Il eer' 'rut III air fhfty gr-it Stte mai I )luth T41 Ad(Itim .imth, I siy, blongs tilhahltmetir raptulnzg icolpimellIS \Ir Suiuthi wat, illow,.l hr I ):ivld lhlarI ii fact, evrweehe went heFar fINilli.wdc biy I IuIl Ricrrdl, Nir Srmtth finarlixy grt ii umyi,,el thaI 1h4 slulmhtm'd (I I 1,bli, IL IThis later hbecameil knw Ii tht [clilm ana l'rrcb:sa jp~im lii, rettaL fr,,mi giul, a.i Itu h jpul is alli-i, [r ItiCardil r&IortP(d tl is maole iffier, Thlairs IHihlrf \l adthus They 54)0n lbecamae first friends, and lilt nIght Jver ai gam04 If whist they mrvernttd the 5t4,ck exclhange, or (Iiitney, 14$ it (Ualied in England. W~eII sir, withl the lirtislh hii' rg, ytoi nughit NIIV, (tcorer Ill ((oNIIoics, the irenich decided timt thiey wantrd (Irk (Ek simuphy to borrow Tintush eeconormics, btut inssted iin mritoii their owi. A t firt they tned uising the t ra Die houid ns a mediin 'if cxcii age. When this proved lewt thlan NitIsfact14 rv, tipy switched to pomade. IDisconurged b y this wucon I dia;ppjN t rient, they finally $Ihrugged1 alnd SlId, "oh.,wh~o elureI about ertomiucst anyhiow'" arid returlied In the gudliotmll aITIPIlm Chieval ier. America, I aml plertted to rvjwrt, ihtd much letter 11E(Q5$ nth economies. Our early mlereharits Eapiikly laroke lnw ii EqtoilueC milA its twvo rmajor catcgones-inlS ad foldinia mnEy -iand t'xday',as aresult of theirw~isdlom, WeI'Caii ll Ptjli tile litormit. toll station. Well sir,!I could go it! arnd or, :about this fuciutating sub.ert, hut I know you're all in i terani rg Ihuirry P rulh junt In TiI Ii up for Econ I. So I wil lea~e y111 tnll twith two konrlyx wod UF hi Profs Ch p 441 ia~ nit [lila lu ahmlst N tt'Wlis a Thihur ml ts solihnl,' t lit'n i ts i s).lo frtuii a russ th, ai The Institi, whi h weight wyttks of spl.< Ial Summer hI Summ rm job' .1r' exptt ili to increase bout io pe teol lv.r list yii for simdrifs anid teAch ers throughout the II. S., itordlrug to the 1%41 "Sumimer Emipinymnint IDirector y." The d ir ect or y lists A5,O00 speifi e siamminr lob opp(,rtulitIeS all over the poultryy, and Ircludes lame 411(1 MdIlress of .niployers, .salary, amwl sample letter of ippliit loln fu Ld peSOnia jO i-Il, Itipp recorder r pair for pdrt-trme work. I all It.,n Shaw it 91-St-). JIeff B. mtol fmr we art' 11nd th, Ih at s I bII') r14I II ot Meiker stileds lith rcaniot hulalinig the IIM(U( tit trimester is twrause r.'orgail1/ing the ,,ctti fr a erniity." ty t .alylsur 10! alphI ( .MCI Ii, jiM()( g.ileI II I tie Ill% A11pha Phi iw, agrred -tst flil i trsi or. Fr~lik Ft. Mgerka, winner oflt (IM~x'iiTha's itilti ilily Is niot tonvenleil %sMIII, we will be obligated to revise our In reign polity," I he pi o-govaertnient litw paper quot i.d Kh inrk as s y Sing, ntest Off -.

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r CAMPUS NEWS BRIEFS It; 1,,!Inrersarv Blue Key Blanks Ready or I A'' I'eniII NEW YORK -LONDON i it [ it Blue K cy ship~ Ionr, i nluv lie t u it thu indol ihtl ih Ik f t 'lot idi ittI t, blu Key I't isileilt ( hIil Iy Wells lliiimii edl yus-tec Fy. II,, ilsi 'it< iiih, lt tht.ippJII 'lions mly I .unerl irn th. tlu Room114II, iha URA Elections U iivye sit y iHligiois Asstilitioui (liIA) selection are tae Sunidiy it m:3 r,.mi. in Room 1E iitFloi tIlmi(n. it, (IRA Is ol g uizeii to stnimul.,te *nd coordinite religious activities On amputs. Among those ire, Iltrmani Relations Institute, Worl Iilvitsuty Set vice F und ~ 't .ini Reigiuou ill Lift Week. Applicutiout furmhs at-e at the information desk of the Florida Urloln for t ho s interested in running for office. UF TPips5 Two group flmghts to E urope ale < i rently bwing ii ranged fot thIs yean by the Fluruda lUnitan' r reatirncommhittet. U F students, faculty, and stiff m~embe is who have been ott ampus I immniUm of six mouths are cligibule I,, participate In the 5e4(OtdI year of this program. A spouse, Where Jobs Open it' iitvitsl tii ipply fun po)umiiis mntlr Mloriiilmin, I tuxedo, N.( iiinullo {)9 .Suiilnei iiultts fflt bood Humr h'e ireiti, ( 0. ae .ds opX.pily it 'nlie.' sltv' Pla'"n'at Bui"4'I. Dames Meet Ats mid lui' Ia )urmws mu,,t triight it i tth h m lst St. Joint Meeting lT. Stulet Swi.m Di Sim will Itavi a j01 day 'it 4:3~ p.mc torium,. will itof NW tuite if P'hysi('5 1,nd .hcnloary sonitty .in llessIng AudiFoil Meet Set An invitational fol meetisschiedluled it NoimTlanf Hail Gynasium at 9 am. Saturday. The public is inlvitid. To0 E urope Bin g dependent children, or parents are also eligible to accompany group members. Group OneIs scheduled to leave the John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York on June IGS acid fly to London. Return passage from London to New York will be August19. Group dining is Always a special occasion in GENER 0 L INES Health Plan Iiiis 'ih 't u luruu ti ittit YulIt ri~j '4 Jp~ tllm fi, it W I ,ii, n uiniiI F I'liv y h riSilet I. Wayhi. Ieit,. ht'e pv I it' nliwh h Aill lit'n I if IllinSs~im Acluustc uiin, was iapprivecI bi th. lltmvuu uv'', I' 'iv fnll.i, r-einuenuituaitit li IIh, I duaite (Oun~cil. baulty arid students it enittlt tii I ren pthuni for State Sen. John Madhews, .1 gubernatorial i aidi late, it thu (,ainesvillu Womn~i's lui" F set. 2B from I h" p"-i-. lb. settitol will speak Io FToridaBhut Key lhai iiight, and situIetit Peptionulwill filitw. Off icers Picked Delta Theta ['hi legal fraternity e ittted officers last munct h. E Icted were R n Clat-k, preside nt; Bob> I-Ireen iivie-p res ide ct; Jon"(e"Itry, tribune; Chic Hlolden, Sec retary; Truman Skinner, treasurer; Abbott He rritng, rush cial Vmlan; Ed Bedstrom, sergeant -at'arms. Planned Two will lOndOn on London to 20. fly frvim New York to tunc 17 and return from New York on August Both group flights will be on 4 egularly scheduled let flight with Alitahia Al relies. Total fare will hf $335. Children from 2 to 12 will be permitted to go 'at halffare. A deposit of $120 must be made by March I, of which $100 will be refundable until May I. Fmr further details call extension 2741 or inquIre at the Pt ogram Oftice of the Florida Union, Room iS. EPUROE TI STUDENTS -F cit 'F 'ci lmy tit Ikniiwni iin. ii cm. filbit 1*'1 Is Ohk' ( dbun sISijatoi AtnI lie was those thhmlgs. \Vhui e t Iilnlth tor thiteni', 1 hey pivately l,,Iev,{l le was little moie than Cc fOntlet toke. liut aftit lie wi., rlu ted to te Iih. itiiage if tht. Offi(, thin imy pt sinrt stue Apdrewv i'eksoii. r ii (UltieAt(tancs Silurtlalnr his death by an assassc'i buillt, iiin!tile ritijiltimesdiutringwhich Ii. held ,Ifics, IaV& 'luided his imlige. lirnieull,'iramw the sublett if rmyth-miakinwg Mid frolkloce. But his t C ris iwt political s('itntists have left i p"3tur around lmI As a Tmif, lihi tall, JwkWard look ing fr-u ,ti evs man proved humble birth and ilreunstan Cs arc no obstacle to the dcdi rated. compassionn for other men was is forte. humility and high spirit went with him throughout his life. As a President, lie brought new lhfe to the executiv, brai,'h of the government, lie lead where previous Presidents had fol owed. lie has beeii accused of usurping the power of the legislatur e branch in certain of his actions km medi ately prior to and dum the War Between the States*. But in setting new p~c idenitial pre9(ernts. hv' SICW.] thit thu office of tihe President can be iulored for the man --that the of(fi ce could br cx ut Iy whit the mIan mai de it'. Cocisidet ing the InovIelty Of is actions in of tite, i is (]Ultt sliT pri sing that lie was ibit' to sway a stubborn Congress. his ibiity to do so was a tribute to Iiii'oln. TO SUMERU ACULTY -STAFF | ||,| '' t [1 r 11 l ir|k i 1 'III y Council (Conti nued From Page I) Tuesday b t his motion was defeated. The request passed over Illamne ad bav' oeu tois The Debate Team w .,a also granted $130 to pay traveliw expenses of an international debate team, tnommii to the UtF March I. The Hilly Mit hell IDrill Tedm was also granted $100,rot-expenses at t hu Gaspiralla F estival in legislative ('hlwkil office ,epiacemlents Wer-c: Richard Thomp'on for Jou Shea, Murph ret A Na; -erm-ni G Crev c for Buzz Koont, off -campus; Andy 'e rce viii e for I ee Rlob.nsot, J!.uvet I; Mike Strattori for Mike Roanh, Hlume hill; Wayne Thorn s rotArt Wood, To Ihert, mud Judy Ituggms for I irlda itchnonl, Yuiee Aret. C SSFS ---a --a a a I U $335 ROUND tRIP a pit 4lil m ktilior thu 3it tt1, t r Is .md trxbuglatious of h15 succetsi, Andrew Johinsot, fot thI s 9\(evidi,. U! TiIPICI tiyti toca liflut 0'h. progiam ii me1101n formuiiljted to Ptiflg pIQac'e to the Itioli, Jiohisoil WA, s le naly inpeI~titd. Though I icl((ir se.'ns tobe forguttern ii tile South -only the (,ailtsVillQ Post (fficc will lose --perhaps Amer icails from all setions of the nation would c1 well to remenmter the bearded figul 9ft omiIllinois. Ptrsel veranci ,(Ouipled w it h 0 Tmpass If iondhIumIliit y. Prodlucecd idle O[ (nil great American fig~ui s. Tickets Are Still Ava ilable Tickets for Florida P1 ayers' productio" of ''The "ouse of Betnarda Afba"' are sold out for Friday and Saturday. Tickets for tonight and Thursday are still available at the information booth across from~ the Student Service Center. The pidy oo.ens tonight at 7:10 ti Nora ci ill1 Aihtorium. T1k kets itr, ftit.e with H) (aris. and the Greathm.al(pg|{|y = == a o a a a a a E I E

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Kegs uitis i thl, n ,yW l h o Yoruim 781 ovul Tui, liajuio (,;. Yoeit,: 13th Huwird 204,ogr hay l72. I'urlingturi: Toil iiis BiIely V Tolbert Ata: \V,,ver II over E Idridge, South Around over North Ill, trnd South IX over Winver I ill Iby fottit. Teolbert IV 711 -Wycivi Ill 6N4. Tot.: Ulenn Herbert 177. Wet.: Fred Thomas 169. South I 749 -North I & II 600. Son.: Joe Comner I 59. Nor.: Pat thurchyrlle 140. Tolbert II 670 -Tolbert I 562. Tml. II, Richard Roberts 200. Tol. I, Chuck Trieste 156. INDEPENDENT LEAGUE: All forfeits: Newman Club over the Bombers; Boys; Flavet Hllel o ve r Cory over Bernie's Ill over the Titans; the All -Stars; and .a "classicM jazz ELEVEN of the B in the jazz Tlers Make Mv ERNIF E ohn A~ WOODY NEIMAN CARMEN McRAE EDDIE CONDON HAlEY JAMES BElIE KAMPA COUNT HAStE DUKE ELLINCTON LIONEL HAMPTON THE DUKESOF DIXIELAND *.DAVE BEK mUDDY IRECO C,.parahle t. $3 91 vslwns lurcl Monday, Tuesday & Nednesdoy 4.30 tH Apeoranc? ULET Si S 0 II ,0 that u a nw ll I. U 1] is ii i ~i I I I pitst I' lii 1! 5 us ,ilni.l tle A '' wlihe 111t is Ion li, aloser with ii. ii l w o 1 KA's 27-23. iligh nwit.',he wtlnnner' wer,: I' ul I w Ilel wttli 9, BuEei~Stat IIW nithi'I, Slttim wyitii 2, Jolir Hfur t 'ath iind Iirni stiks with 2. I hi. loset w',i leby itniyhail with I. 5fF: 70 -N 36. Ii >.e Np'sg wire led by Jbhn Ii iny u k willh II4 iiil John sIhaff., itt tih. losers with II. The T P's si rid ii ly ,d held on to win by 41 -57 mtargili over the Theta (hi's. I eating the TEP's were Norman Brooks with 16, Art Weitistock with I! and Martin Edwards with 6. The Theta Chi's were ledby Hill Tipton K 1k Iii LI I I ii If.' XI' I I' I F I \l .1 I 'K .L -I RI Louisville NI ft -\t .1< Lip Faversham 's tlhaI tiht l ,tivilli jsci I iinR assils ( lay wi thn hitavyweighat ci iowri iii Feb. 25. It was Fav eish an's Il-tian group that Iiarnkrnl Id (lay tor $10,000 and launched him 4)n his professional career in 1960 afier he had won the Olympic light heavyweight championship--and has guided him toward his aprach in title shut at champion JBout. faversham explained that the group's optional six-year contract Baby Gtor Ramsey Le The Baby Gators zeroed in on the basket yesterday afterioonifor 81 bIg points as they defeated the South Carolina frosh 81-64. Big gun for the Gators was 6 feet tO Jeff Ramsey as he scored 25 points and pulled down 19 rebounds. Ed Mahoney also pumped 'in over 20 points as he was second I" the scoring parade with 22. Harry Winkler was the only other member of the team to hit double figure es as he poured in 17 points -sever al of whIch were on harid driving Iayups,. The Ca' olinia fru'shm an were 7-i on Ihe yea, until todays defeat. II iLl ii,.'' Last Grou wii!h( Iy inu, until(NoeJn II ar it h imt gI ti w the .(Lv gil' ,0pCr Int of Ins an utie anti th. group 40 per en SOur t etiat deriisini to make C'lay our first arid 145t fighter," I-av.'rshamu .'xplined, '-dns iiut reflect any ttiim of hinm. lie stressed that mutst memim',a of the sponisrring g Ottp wer I "very atIve business mler"'ho just haven't the extra time requl red for handling a prominwint fight-erA reporter asked Favershaim if Clay's tonhtarit popping-off had any [tearing on the decision, or if the charges by Clay's father that s in adsS 8-64 corers Coach Jim McCachren,'s crew brought their record up to 7-3 for the year. 'The game was originally set rot 7:30 p.m. but many of the players had a progress test at that time so the contest was moved up to its 3:00 p.m. starting tint. freshmaji teams do not usually make road trips unless they art' playing other freshman teams at the schools where the varsity is playing. However, South ( aI 0lint made thne trip without their varsity because they owed Ior Ia 4 game from two yenus agu whir, the UIplaysci at (oumibia'. We're Doing It Agaii LONON ROI _SEA_ Served with French Fries, Chopped Rori s & Butter Iced rea or Coffee Salad, Hot hit ~iltr I, will wiii the Ir' tih, eighth, title 05' utrnth Jr I a krwe kout 0th round." UF Thin clad s Tii'(,'Toi trti k viiuIad uii', s 'son ,S,,tiu in; with the 1( Tmrl'nor ( liamp~iinslip Meet ii Mont g.mrruy, Al, St tie it "xpauPel lao bn In.p wewit wnl' I,,iia impn Aubt'n Sasi lully bhind hiu. Ihis is .' ''' st' a', ki .jiptiin I'i' Uow. will 1.1h emIn bt 6(-yand uiashi, Ct)V. N 1. run aw ile, ,0 I' L tsi s i:i with St wo tnidf gr t, fui ivirnt, .rtd daa trial',. Th, tuanra wIll lav nun'ldtely ita L uni uilty viii, Ii tis lih, jay's romDIl tentv list' of pritrits is 51h1 M'I I tira,. ndue to time Ih J4 ilrirs *5 thiy 111w stindS oe', '. 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And as rar asth lit lack Muslims art iimfl'hrn'I, tifmllib clay is still ve' y yungjust pa-,edi 22-arid as .1 yoitngstter he is entitled to hay, cohine< ions with any outfit that int suliversive.' .s Clay training hard for this har. than iv,'r," s aid the thaI I'nger's manager of record, rand he's iin mtagtdtic ant t'O ihas he any real chance 44g11n41 Sunny -a lnjrly, brute of a man. I-lis tall ard fae Va versham saud. "He's pratt Ically as heavy at about 218 pounds strong, although he dO.s'S,' hit quite a.4 hard as the champ. Hlut C lay has terrific err
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with GLENN LANFY Sports Fdilor I et's figo fit s. We len't Inck hills t,, p1 Ce tih I. (I iii we it rtaily tiaid m1301 I'OW dir'n whiii lhey I,,d it tunsi,, i k ror dhi \Wirnt, Ir lm s. Why thutu 9 thii Stats ,iiI Stripes fly si low iin Wirti ( lyrnp ,,rmpetltioii' Pliii, said it wis bitter to have j stlrow IrUIP of men whIyoud fwht well than En have i lot of mioniy. When soiri'iie iskid whit would happen if they SIIIJI]I go Ii wit with a I .lhi oiintry, 'liii 'ouhitet d by iskiing, "Who would wu' ( ii strong well coniltioinel athletes Or thi fat, iaxy rm Iin~* It seurnis as If Plato almost had us in miind whiri he mide this rebutal. lhn't pass over the fact We dpi so poorly lightly. If it wasn't for Third string narlex liom, FSsexvill,, Michigan the U.S. would have been shut nut cornpletily i their rjuest for a gold medal. 'Perry IIJNS Snuck Bur w ERAC AWAM McDermott upset his highly favored Russian opponent as he set a new Olympic record in the men's 500 meter speed skating contest with a timne of 40.1 seconds. It's easy to say what the Ur.S. did wrong, though. Could It be that there Ire other reasons why we did so poorly which were not under our coutrot> The athletes we sent to Innsbruck were obviously not tat, rich Americans. Otherwise they would never have gone in the first place. These were supposedly the best Amierira had to offer! Why Isn't our best good enough when compared to the perrezual champs from Hussia? Amateur qualifications. That is just bout the whole stot ymia nutshell. Ini Russ Ia the athlete Is paid. This is his meals of life. He is thought of so highly he Is ''allowed' to be a nmenmbut of the Ctmuniist Party. Here ini Anierica our athletes tie paid also. However, once they receive their first pay check, or even sign a contract whuth says they will 9 ceivye a payc heck they I re ho long.'r ciis site ta S attbui. Mc~hrmiott dloesii't gel paid for pi *wtiriig ice skating. Billy Kitdd utid J1m Iluega who fiisilied two-thy ce inl the mieis Slalom don't get p111d roi sliing down lulls. Yet iminy of Iih. ((uittstatits tinmpetiig aa Ist enu do. This is not an1 PXcu1$t for the pool sliowilgs (It 01u tehnms WP en to eleseint us in thnt competitions. This ', only u logic cry ini the wilder uitss in sunmthiig to be done about the pooi plight of the inmateur FRATER AT MALONES ONLY SUPPLY LIMITED (One Million Left) NITIES, SORORITIES, ALUMNI -A You WILL Buy One! [-11 ~;jII1l $.0 UNBREAK ABLE ME TAL Florida Olympic IvII~if [ stit Shin lid it. Miss S fi eestyle I y niis plCe o tt h'v (141 Im ,iSl '1i m1 swir Ktihs, I f Studen Gold wi SI' i .IL. of th4 I'. T U-rote, rclay .inia in the lo that captiirelt u (iisi riidiI and set iCf ulymto 1(11. ''Winning that gold medal was the biggest thrill I ever had. It is what kept me goiig. just kept telling myself that I was going to Rome to help the IT. S. wi a gold medal and I did it.'' 1l think our swimmers rmay break the record we set thussumFlorida i Weightlifters from the UFE participated In the District I AAU Weightlifting Tournament held at Jacksonville Beach February 9. Bill Emerson and Jack Kummer received second and third place awards In the 148 pound class respectively. Emerson did 160 press, 155 snatch and 190 clean and jerk to total 505. Kunmmer lifted 165, 160, 200 for a 525 total,. Ron Wiggins finished second in the 165 pound class by lifting Teihile ) WIchu~a ( ) Washingtlon 5,SU ( (hicago L oytils ) harvard ) Wiscoisir ( ) Auburn() Taiisoi ( y i S ld. I h .ni rhouig I, A trL ei stviF sptuilIst,li's >1011b> quit ci ipttti W ] 'mini4 I aftpr hii (lymiue vi ug V. ii (IIII*'e 41 '(r rhie sVw!iiniini. 'ratti took itbout five hours a day, 11-1/2 inacnths I ytat 0 I iercdedl to quit whll I I w is Hi up," shi stated. p at summne r slit tauglst swim I rg Pt MIami Shores (ouiitry 'tub, but Miss Stob,, Insists that itwas just .i summfler job and does nut ndicateplans for a C meback. ifters Win 190, 385, and 260 for a 635 total. Bill Weaver totaled 770 in the 181 pound class with liftsof245press, 225 snatch, and 300 clean and jerk. Weaver also was awarded the 'Best Litter" trophy for the contest. In the 198 pound division Ed Mcintyre finished second with lifts of 235, 210, and 280 for a '725 total while Chuck Blowers won his class for the UF' with an 800 total on lifts of 270 press, 230 snatch, and 300 clean and jerk. Contest at vand.r hilt at Citiiinit' it UCl-A at (em zij Tech t lmtoue it Ohio Slut, it lI k pIgls ii !ssiprus tt The PIPE CORNER Alternate full and Half bowls for ruri coverage when "breaking in" your pi cake ipe. Pock it firm -never tght. Loose toac Wins Medal pai loi ifldlil I.MI(I LU this y Wiiitei ( iI [iples Miss >tu a Itniiimbtt Of k.ippti Alpha 'Ih, 0' mIt, ibsel vii: m wiiitei spois i (5 irg (tipi i ti, beig(d. Armeriitiis art e iitt'lpstet ini the Sliumrnt spot Is. Miss St(,hs ht'livps that swirnlirg tIITPS will tik, miiui gold medals in this year's Siii-mner Olymipirs as they did in I% when they kccouisted for 10 if up, W1 first piane finishes. Out side of winning Olymipi swlrmmhing meets, Miss Stobs is a typical UF student Ln that she s alik s the trimester system. "I transferred from Emory in 1962. Emory was on the quarter system, so we only took three courses that met fIve days a week for l5 hours credit. I came down h e r e a n s r e d t a i w i STUDENTS ona BUDGET NEED THE 208 W. Univ. Ave. NOTE: SPECIAL SERVICE FOR U.F. STUDENTS! AL TE RA TIO NS A T SPECIAL LOW PRICES Waist of Pa Smaller or Larger. 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