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The Florida Alligator



Vol.56, No.96 University of FloridaGainesville FridayFeb.14, 1964

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I says Bob Schwartz of Candid Camera to UF students Al Di Bernardo (left) and Mary filmed episodes for Candid Camera Tuesday and 'I
Kay Hamm. nesday night at the Delta Delta Delta sorority house.




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CYNTHIA TUNSTALL

Surprised UF students found they were on "Candid Feature Editor for the national TV show usingUF students as : f 4r
Camera" this week, and some of them smiled.Others
I t
weren't so amused.In The production crew arrived Sunday and will f r b
a series of elaborate schemes,takes were filmed day. t
The shows are expected
shown in early March.
Plans for a moon shot
have been conducted in
crecy than the arrival of
show on campus. Letters
telegrams passed between
Camera's New York office
r Tigert Hall for weeks
crew arrived. Only a few
dents and administrators
bout the plans and they were

to Bob secrecy Schwartz, director
Candid Camera crew, 9)r
0 Alice Proctor of the and Paul
staff, Sunday. After
to them at the
with members of the
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p tion an outline of the
_ii I for "interviewing" UF 9)f
was arranged.
In
t"I"( i Camera Beginning set at up the a partition.top, p s
one side was President
the other, a telephone. A
chosen at random, was told
a phone call. The voice
I- 41I phone announced that first address as
I Reitz was speaking and asked
student would like to come to be no changes
Yes! OTHER SIDE ner.What but we should,
would you say if not be timid
Today, 66 years ago,the a phone call from some one programs or
battleship "Maine" was of the 'blind1 shows he was the president of the serving no i
sunk In Havana Harbor.Two hidden cameraman and Would you smile, or would a his thoughts to the
,years ago rockets sor's "Beep"' replace your ( of the new '
were discovered aimed at camera at work filming UF ment? said, "I
the U, S. students this past week. The next scheme was at administration
Two weeks ago the Cuban pha Chi Omega House power as we can
government shut off the Filming took place at night. and maintain-- a
Navy's water. different areas on campus "I'd like you to meet my away from
Someone must be tryingto sin from New York," a girl are very few'
tell us something. and in Gainesville. (See TV STARS, Page ) ( Page )



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Tops GOP Poll||
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Sen. Harry Goldwater (H-Aru
1s heavy favorite for the Republ
News \
Packaged r lican Presidential nomination
mong the more than 100 who ati
tended the Alachua County Wo
men's Club's Lincoln Day dinner
Bryant Willing 'Political Deal' last night at the University IM

Richard Nixon was second and
Gov. William Scranton of Penn.
TALLAHASSEE (UPI) WASHINGTON (UPI) An sylvania was third.
Gov. Farris Bryant said AFL CIO union charged The vote followed a hard-hit-
yesterday he was willing to yesterday that the Johnson {; ting pep talk by state legislator
run for a position on a slate administration has made a M Tom Slade of Duval County who
; : of delegates pledged to "political deal" over farm t* recently changed his voter registration
ry4' support election of President I wages in Florida with Sen. 'of j to Republican.Slade .
::4r Lyndon B. Johnson even George A. SmathersD-Fla. ; called for the Republican

..k though some of Florida's tt: 4it. party to provide a two-party system

congressmen have backed The Amalgamated Meat ::1 t. in Florida to cope with grow.
y ; away from the plan. Cutters and Butcher Workmen lj' ing responsibilities of govern
Bryant said he was cony.d ment.
said continued suspen- 4:
that Johnson is goingto "No longer is it possible to
sion of a 95-cent hourly *; compete
get the Democratic minimum rate for farm h with governments of other
nomination and he would like workers in Florida conflicted j# I states on the basis of pine trees
to see it done with Florida's "
with the administration's .M I and sunshine, he said.
help. anti-poverty campaign. He said state legislative ses-
i s.
"I am constantly seekingthe $500 AWARD sions should be lengthened, re-
WINS
ear of the president on : the
v.. Labor Secretary W. Wll- j'; apportionment on basis of
behalf of Florida projectsand population undertaken, and that local
lard Wirtz suspended the ,il Kenneth Kerslake U F assistant professor of art is
all
,. other reasons aside : --- and state governments should
'' feel that if I am to ask for rate additional last facts fall to presented consider at j,. shown with his painting "The Shape of Anxiety whichwon assume responsibilities rather

his help I should be will- State Fair in than complaining when the federal
the Florida
Ing to assist him." a public hearing by growers ;t. a $500 Award of Merit at

Bryant said he has not opposed to the 95-cent rate.'a:%> Tampa. The painting is on exhibit through today in Gal- local government governments take over are functions not effectively the

been asked to run as adele- Under the law, employersmust lery X at the University. handling.
gate and has no firm plansto
.
offer to pay that rate .
so so "but I am willing :
to American workers or else
to run." LegCommittee
they are not eligible to hire
He said he did not believethe
1963 Florida law foreign workers, imported A legislative council Investigative -
pro-
from the British West Indies -
hibiting a candidate from committee met with the Boardof Dont
In cases of a manpower
Student Publications yesterday
seeking two offices would include -
the position of dele- shortage. In an inquiry Into the boards dis-

gates which he said he con- Year qualification of Barbara Keller as
Dragon
siders a party rather than a member of the board.
state office. 'Miss Keller was elected in last IB
TOKYO (U PIAsia week's student government elec-
ushered In the year of the tions.
Cuba 'Guilty'NEW dragon yesterday with noisy a;

abandon, a temporary trucein .. '''j Want to
YORK (UPI) A its hot wars and a water > ;
five-nation interAmerican bonus for Hong Kong.
Investigating team has found There was alos hope that
Communist Cuba guilty of American prisoners South YRAdEL? I 5'ashiOf1
aggression against Vene- Vietnam might be releasedon
zuela on four counts, UPI the occasion,the first day
learned yesterday from dip- of the Chinese lunar year
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lomatic sources. 4218.
Specifically, the Investi- The Communists pro- .ir Robot
gators found Cuba has claimed cease-fires in South t to see places, things,
'trained, armed backed and Vietnam and in their shell- 4 and people? To shop?
financed Venezuelan guer- Ing 0 f the nationalist ;$
; 'Where? '
When? How? (
rillas and terrorists seekingto offshore Islands in the :<;
overthrow the regime of Taiwan Strait. A ceasefirewas .J, We you,can make arrange reservations everything for shipsor for Core fe; us

President Romulo Betan- in effect along the In- planes, hotels, and all details.
court. donesian-Malaysian Borneo Independent travel if you wish, for Clothes
or Brownell
The Venezuelan charges border. ; escorted tours.
against Cuba were filed with In South Vietnam, the ;J Europe South America fco) enhance
the Organization of Amer- Communist guerrillas anJ'ID; Hawaii Alaska
ican States (OAS) last Dec. nounced last month they '1 Africa Round the World

3. The Investigating team's would release "prisoners 1 ; Your Personality
conclusions in support of war" over the holidays as a\&1
the charges are containedIn "humanitarian gesture." It '

a 30-page report, Includ- was not made clear whether *'
ing several hundred pages of this would Include the seven WorldTravel I '
annexes and documents,now American servicemen who .1 I franklins 0o'Zge mop
: being prepared in WashIngton are known to be in the hands Service
for release Viet It
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ScholarshipsSet SPECIAL *

In FallWork

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scholarships will be FOR UNIVERSITY STUDENTS FACULTY STAFF
offered to outstanding students in &
"dire" need beginning In Septem-

ber, Hayes K. McClelland, asst.
dean of men, student affairs, said

yesterday. Get 3C A GALLONOnach6asoline

The scholarships will be
awarded to exceptional students
along with tuition scholarships and

Clelland National said.Defense Loans, Mc- Purchase. WHY PAY MORE ?


He said that under these scholar-
ships the student would be
guaranteed a job sight unseen.

He said the scholarships would
CAMPUS CITIES
f be given to those students who could SERVICE
not get assistance in any other way.
McClelland said he had already
found 55 possible places for these 204 N.W. 13th St.Page .

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Friday, Feb. 14, 1964 The Florida Alligator Page 3EveryoneEligible





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in all areas of academic studies are now able to qualify for
the National Defense Loan program, the UF Student Affairs Office
said yesterday.
Mac G. Grigsby, Assistant to the Dean of Student Affairs said that
an amendment to the National Defense Education Act of 1958 increasesthe
LL
i fund to $125 million a year. Last year's: fund was $00 million.
"This amendment also moves a $250 thousand a year limit for any
institution's allotment to $800 thousand a year. This means we can
now extend loans to students of any college and still retain special
attention to those majoring in education,science, mathematics,engineering -
or a modern language' said Grigsby."We .
are taking applications through this month for the 1964 academic
IF F\\ t \ year beginning in September. Late applicants are considered after
3r all other applications."
.'" ...'t{f; "According to the Law," Grigsbysaid"theprimaryand most essen-
L: :- tial condition of an applicant's eligibility is that he be in need of the
requested loan in order to complete his course of study and that the
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'a amount of the loan will be based on the extent of the need."
t.. m .. .
.,.
.. .vtJ full-time students said .
'!n "Loans are made only to Grigsby.An
undergraduate is considered to be "full-time" if he Is carrying
A FORMER PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY no less than 14 hours during a regular trimester and is considered to
be making "normal progress" if he is maintaining no less than a C
was the occasion Tuesday for a birthday cake and good wished from UPs Adminis- average (2.0), he said.

trative Council. Dr. John J. Tiqert, left, president emeritus of the university, is pre- In selecting applicants, he said "special considerations" are given
desire to teach in and schools and
those who elementary secondary ,
sented the cake by UF President J. Reitz. Dr. Tigert from 1928to
Wayne was president to those who have majors in licence, mathematics, engineering, or
1947. a modern foreign language.
"The next consideration is given to students in all other areas of
study," Grigsby said.
"This year, with the Increased funds, we feel confident that we can
Loans 'Sfioesfr/ng/ Operation'Gainesville extend the loans to students in all areas."

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Scholarship and an annual barbecue to raise funds. help of scholarships from this
Loan Association "operates on a Eleven students started the association. Scholarships are$150a
shoestring." winter trimester at UF with the term, which pays for registration -
fees and most books.
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Mrs. C. H. Gilliland, presidentof '
the association, said the asso- Dance TonightThe The association alms at giving r.r' M 1

ciation operates this way because scholarships to college freshmen .. ."
"We want the money to go for with good potential who could not 4*' .
scholarships." Florida Union's Club Ren- otherwise go to college, accordingto ::. :i:
dezvous will be the scene of blissful Mrs. Gilliland. # :
encounters tonight as students .
Members of the association commemorate St.Valentine's Day. Preference is given to Gaines- ,
raise funds by solicitation. Lettersire This week's dance will feature ville residents, because they can .,
sent to individuals, businessand local radio personality Tom Ken- live at home and attend UF *n .. :. ;.I.I ..
proiessional people, industryand nington as emcee.Admission a scholarship, but students do
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various civic organizations. is free for the 8 p.m. attend other schools with scholar- One nice thing about an air-cooUd engine:
The Gainesville Lions Club holds to midnight occasion. ships from the association.IT'S .

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Page 4 The Florida Alligator Friday, Feb. 14, 1964

Case Wasn't DismissedCity

Show RescheduledThe

Judge Wade W. Hampton said yesterday that a story appearingin
International Talent Show KennedyContinued I The Alligator Feb. 5 was Incorrect.
has been rescheduled for Feb. 21, Hampton said he did not dismiss the case against John Willard Britten
at 8 p.m. In University Auditorium 3JM 1834-A N.W. 1st Ave, charged with drinking on a public street!
Instead of Feb. 22 as previously The story as it appeared In the Feb. 5 Alligator said Hampton
announced, according to Luis San- ( From Page 1)) dismissed a $15 fine against Britten. Hampton said this was not true.

chez, talent show chairman. Britten was tried,found guilty and given the$15 fine. Hampton SUSpendedthe
Tryouts for the show will be along which we can navigate effectively drick was presented with a gavel sentence because it was Britten's first offense.
held Feb. 16 at 1:30 p.m. In Uni- by ourselves. Most of set by members of his cabinet Hampton said his decision in no way made the charge of drinkingon
versity Auditorium. All Inter- the time we will be working with and heard his vice-president a public street "toothless."

ested students or groups may con- either townspeople, the admini- Frank Harshaw say, "Student Gov- "If it is law, regardless of how the Individuals feels, the law must
tact the International Center for stration, or a combination of both. ernment under Paul has progressed be enforced," Hampton said.
further information Sanchez said. The coming he added "isa further than in the past."
any
year, "It Is the duty of the police to catch the law-breaker and it is the
"We want to emphasize that the period which will require the Guest speaker for the banquetwas duty of the Judge to find the defendent guilty if the facts presented
International Talent Show Is opento ultimate in personal communications Robert Alllgood, former SG indicate he's guilty."I .
all students, and not only the if it is to be most effective." vice president and present directo feel I was justified in suspending Britten's sentence because it
foreign students on campus,"San- Terming the evening both "an of the Florida Council on Economic was his first offense," he said.
chez said. inauguration and a farewell," retiring Education. Alllgood is also -
"This does not mean that the 'drinking on public streets' chargewas
president Hendrick said the associated with several state
'toothless' or that it will not be enforced if slmillar future cases
past year had been 12 months of and local groups in the Orlando "
ApplicationsApplications come up.
expansion "horizontally and ver- area
for mem- tically." T

bership in Florida Blue "During my years here at the Kennedy and vice president Dick Universalist Fellowship
Unitarian
Key, men's leadership honorary university," Hendrick said, "I've Gober, treasurer Fred Lane and
may be obtained at seen an emphasis in the accenton honor court clerk Steve Cheese-
the information desk of the achievement and competency, man were sworn into office in a 1204 NW iOth Ave.
I Florida Union.Applications. and the past year has been a time brief ceremony conducted by the
I must be returned when the legislature did as much new honor court chancellor Gerry 11 to 12 Sunday Services 11 ;u 12 Sunday School

I by Feb. 28, Blue for education as it ever has," he Rlchman.
Key President Charley said In reference to passage of the Richman administered the oath Speaker: Ronald Dalton

Wells announced yes- $125 million bond program last of office to the others after being Topic: "New Ideas in Retrospect"
terday. fall.In sworn in by his predecessor Herb
other activity last night,Hen- Blessing.

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Frat AnnouncesDelta

Sigma Pi business tI t
fra-
ternity, has announced its new tI I
pledges for this trimester. L
They are Dave Barrier, Chet I .

Cornwall, Charles Crawford, .S .:" ,I,
Robert Ellis, Allen Kennel, Ron
Mayhue, Ken Sperring and Rclh- f.-" '

ard Sunderland. ; :', ':- BETWEEN
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Winn ButtEndorsed : '' ", ".... ... OUTER SPACE ;rz; "
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The Civic Action AssociationCAA <; .. ; ,'::;. .: i:! <" : : : .

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( ) Wednesday night gave its "" '. ",, '" \ ...
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blessings to Incumbent '4' 1r ., ..t ; .
Mayor- .
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t Commissioner Byron Winn and .:' ,
I Plan Board Chairman Arnold Butt "

y in their campaigns for commission

posts. .. .
The two were asked by the CAA
to run as a team. ; ,
The endorsements came at a
business meeting of the group following -
a question and answer ses-
sion with Winn, Butt and another
commission hopeful, James Rich-
ardson, aUF professor of finance.
Butt, UF consulting architect,
announced he would oppose Richardson -
r for the seat now held by
r Dr. Edwin Andrews. Andrews has
not announced his plans.
Qualification deadline for the
March 17 city election is Feb. 26.
The meeting was held at MetcaU
Elementary School.Theme .

Set

''r For ConferenceTheme


of the 13th Annual con-

ference on gerontology, opening
Monday In the Student ServiceC
.ter, is "aging in an Era of
Sodal Change." About 200 social w
welfare workers and sociologistsfrom
southern states will attend
the two-day meeting.
Prof. Arnold M. Rose, Univer-

sity of Minnesota, will give the THERE'S A WIDE RANGE OF OPPORTUNITYIN
keynote talk. Prof. Alvin L. Ber-

trand, Louisiana State University,
THE BELL TELEPHONE
will talk on "The Aged in Rural COMPANIESTo

Society," and Hugh A. Johnson,

U.S. Department of Agriculture, outer space and into the deep sea, we take the sum Admittedly, the work is demanding. It requires that
will discuss "Aging in the Urban total of our scientific and managerial knowledge. A case unusual caliber of man who finds a greater satisfaction in
"
Fringe. In point is Telstar which the first toward
represents
step challenge than in ready solution. .who is to his
Urban eager see
retirement
will be the
a worldwide communications system. Another example education
yield dividends.
subject at the dinner .who wants an immediate
meeting on
Monday. the new deep-sea amplifier that simultaneously transmits opportunity for leadership.
two-way messages. Both communications triumphs stem
Psychological adjustments will Men with this
kind
from Bell of impatience will discover the
System planning, research and development.
be
described at the Tuesday morn- stimulation
welcome
,
and rewards
they seek in the telephone
-
Ing session, and volunteer services Such trailblazing projects command the best of business.
by and for the aging at the luncheon managerial\ and scientific talent. That's why you'll find,

meeting. throughout the Bell System, men with college training as
There is a $5 registration fee
diverse as the responsibilities they shoulder. Their back-
but students may attend a part of @
grounds the from liberal BELL TELEPHONE
Z the sessions without charge. run gamut arts and business COMPANIES

i Copies of the program may be courses to science or specialized engineering majors.

obtained at 221 Matherly Hall. .
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FridayFeb. 14, 1964 The Florida Alligator Page 5


Gator Band To PerformThe Movie Review'Rashomon'--



UP Gator Symphonic Band certino for Trumpet and Band by tail by Harry Slroeone.A .
will present Its annual formal con- Maurice Whitney. Bauschka was selection commissioned by the Provides

cert Tuesday evening, In Univer- formerly principal trumpeter with city of Tulsa, and bearing that
sity Auditorium at 8:15 p.m. The the West Point band prior to Join- title, will also be performed. One
concert is open to the public with- ing the staff of the Gator Band. of the most brilliant and descriptive -
out admission charge. numbers In the entire band Two-sided AnswerBy

Featured selection will be the Director Richard W.Bowles has repertory, this selection describes -
new Symphony for Band by the also programmed a selection by musically the drilling of an oil

American composer Morton the Fine Arts Festival keynote well, and the gusher that follows. DON FEDERMANCan those involved in the crime, and
Gould. Subheaded the West Point speaker, Virgil Thomson. It was Other numbers include a symphonic leaves the witness' friend, who
Symphony, the number recalls the written during a visit to Floridaby : march, "The Sinfonians,*' clings throughout the telling of
glories and traditions of the na- the composer in 1949, and is by Clifton Williams; the intro- truth be discerned? Is the tale to a simple non-verbal

tion's oldest military establish- entitled "A Solemn Music." duction to the third act of "Loh- there a basis for communication faith in his fellow man, dis-illu-
ment, in two movements named engrin; a new arrangement of between men? It we are not stoned.
Ephitaths and Marches. The entire flute section, head- the folk song, 'Greensleeves;" honest men, can our illusions and But when the rain stops,the wit-
Trumpet soloist Conrad ed by graduate assistant William the overture to "Hansel and Gre- lies maintain us? ness takes the child, for he has a

Bauschka, the band's assistant Prescott, will be spot-lighted in tal," by Humperdinck; and selected We have heard both these ques- family of his own, and for the
conductor, will perform the Con- the performance of Flute Cock- "larches.Farley tions and many an involved answer. first time In the movie, there is
Kurosawa, in his movie "Rashomon trust.
," utilizes an old Japanesetale For Kurosawa, there is no truth.
To
SpeakAt to provide an answer, both Men create illusions, much in the

grim and hopeful.The manner of lawyers before Juries.

CASH & Chicago MeetRobert tale takes place 1200 years And yet despite the rampant mu-
ago near Kyoto during a time of tual deception, communication a-
famine and war. Two men take mong men is possible, but on a
J. Farley will deliver the
shelter during. a hard rain In a non-verbal level. It is the glance
feature address Sunday at the
rotting temple. A third man and the gesture which bring out
annual Joint luncheon of the Fel-
comes, a thief perhaps, and is the one incidence of trust in the
Marion FinanceFR
lows of the American Bar Foun-
told by the other two of a dis- end of the film.
dation and the National Conferenceof
illusioning experience they had One of the great things about
Bar Presidents.The only a few days before. Kurosawa in his i photographic

luncheon, sponsored by the The experience involved the seduction technique. He combines an expert -
6-5333 Loans up to $600 222 W. Univ. Ave. American Bar Association, will
of a wife and murder of knowledge of cropping with
be held at the Palmer House In
her husband notorious out- lighting and natural elements to
by a
- '\.. .-...... Chicago, Sunday.
law. The scene Is told by four bring about some beautiful scenes.
is Advisor to the Dean
Farley people, the outlaw, the woman,the I might also pay special mentionto
and of law at the UF
professor dead man through a medium, and the emotive gestures he bringsout
CAMPUS INTERVIEWSFEBRUARY College of Law. He was recently finally one of the men under the in his actors; particularly the
Dean of the University of
shelter who witnessed the crime. Incredible looks of despair that
Law School and is
a
Mississippi
Each person tells the story in seemingly dominate all his movies
18, 1964 former mayor of Oxford, Missi- such that he stands to benefit by Unfortunately, space limitations

ssippi.In It. make it impossible for an adequate -
demand as public
great a
After the last tale, a baby is treatment of this movie, but
speaker on legal topics, he is
found behind a partition. The I will say in conclusion that the
best known for maintaining his
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so often we hear the complaint that the atmosphere of the
University of Florida Is about as culturally stimulating as the Classified -
section of The Alligator.
As a consequence of the tremendous amount of technical material
NON ApPlxS
R.t'f'tEM
offered for our absorption in the short span of a trimester, and the I .
'
normally pessimistic outlook of many people, the thought that we can pcc
no longer afford the time to pursue the more frivolous goal of a "liberal

education" is becoming all too widely accepted.And .
that same pessimism combines with the natural penchant for
dropping students Into classifications, to provide some rather discouraging I

results; as only two groups are supposedly able to partici- _
pate extensively in extracurricular activities of a nonatheletic nature.

First is the "playboy group." -- P:::: I .:- :: .-
These lucky gentlemen are in the enviable position of being able to "

breeze through school,carrying a comfortable number of hours, shopping l \ ,
:: )
around for "crip" courses, and partaking of every drop of Bachannalian @ r p )
spirit poured into their waiting cups. '

Second is the "IBM group" with the astronomical Q. and an opinionon ... : : e,: ::
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every subject. Social phenomena "culture" are approached with $." .. -
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the same scalpel in hand analysis that is designed to carve things to .... ... -
fit into the convenient slots provided for their classification. -: 1\ -

Naturally the tragedy is seen in the third group. !I"
"Smile 1 You're on Candid Camera ,
These are the students who are struggling with a serious effort to

educate themselves; and due to the pressure of the modern pace of
education, are seen to be drifting into the classification of the well

trained specialist, who outside of his field, is lost in the proverbial
wilderness.And Do I HAVE To Pay The Dancer?

for the student struggling under a heavy academic load, and ..

working on the side, this must, at times seem all too true.
islative Council has had the wis- How much less would mimeo-
By JOHN ASKINS a
For it is with a disturbing degree of regularity that the Lyceum
don and deep understanding of stu- graphed sheet, or brochure, cost
scheduled Asst. Managing Editor
Council events, music programs, and art exhibits are just
the night that studies are pressing us up against the wall. And we Legislative Council Tuesday dent wants--nay, student NEEDSto Honor Court than printed ma-
have not yet learned the importance of the trite old sayings that night appropriated $100 toOr- -- take action. Gentlemen the terial?
chesis Modern Dance Club--$100 legislature, I commend you.
define education as being only the preparation for learning.And .
doesn't this international
due to the type of professions most of us are pursuing, our --from student activity fees, that Let's be serious for a moment, Why
debate team pay its own traveling
lives upon graduation may well be a continuation of the hurrying pur- is. now.
suit of specialization; and the habits we cultivate now may well growto The purpose? I did not pay $14.50 to provide expenses? UF teams certainlyseem
better dancers for the Humanities to pay THEIR own way wher-
rule our lives later. To send a student to Connecticut -

And as a Doctor, Executive, or Engineer, the profession may wellso College this summer for danc- Department. I assume they'havea ever they go.
overwhelm our lives that there Is little time for the local theater ing instruction.The budget of their own for such Tampa makes a fortune out of
And of the most instruction is needed to pro- needs. I could care less than that festival of theirs. Signifi-
group, concert, or community service. some rewarding -
vide the humanities departmentwith less if C-5 has any dancers at cantly perhaps, Gasparilla was a
and productive sectors of our lives pass unnoticed just beyond
our reach. better dancers to present at all.But pirate. Seems to me the Tampa
"t
C-5 lectures according to Or- let us leave Orchesls with Chamber of Commerce ought to
But.such. ambitious undertakings as the current Fine Arts Festival ,
chesis' its check and go on to some of be happy to provide accomodations
41 make it difficult for us to rationalize such an excuse as the "busy president.Well .
for the bands and drill teams that
the
life." And the pause for an evening to enjoy a concert, a play or a now. If there's one thing other appropriations Leg.
'l lecture may be the first step In a program of self evaluation..thatwill I'd like to see, It's better dancersfor Council approved Tuesday night. march in their parade. If they

'.' result in the budgeting of time to enjoy the arts, with the same C-5 lectures. When I paid There was $175 for Honor Court don't, then let the university pay,
"I care that moments are set aside to cram for the next midterm.And my $113, $14.50 of which went into to print brochures familiarize out of something other than my

roses will be cultivated on the fringes of the wheat field.W. the student activity fee fund, I professors with Honor Court. money. Because the universityIs
clearly remember saying to myself There was $130 for the debate getting the publicity, not me.

, W. C. N. "Gee, I sure hope some of team to pay traveling expenses
this money goes to provide better for an international debate team A new legislative council will I
LETTER dancers for' the Humanities De- coming here March 1. take office soon. Chances are

partment." And, finally, there was $100 for they'll do a better job of allo-
the Billy Mitchell Drill Team's cating student than the
Now at last our far-seeing Leg- money pre-
'Mixed Up' BeatlesEDITOR expenses at the Gasparilla Festival sent council did Tuesday night.
In Tampa. After all--when yon reach bot-
Space ProblemEDITOR Somehow, I don't feel benefited.Do tom, there's no place to go but
: Paul McCartney, as any Beartle-: you? up.
maniac will testify. :
tr The Tuesday, February 11 issueof I
< The Alligator had a picture of D. M. Laird The older generation talks about Goldwater-Darwn
Compares
r. one of the Beatles. 3 JM today's youth not being cultured. i
"
' What happens when students actu-
'l Editor's Note Sorry man our
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ally seek culture? We'll tell
you
kr The Beatle was mistakenly Idenhair was in our eyes and we EDITOR: apes. Similarly, few today would
tified as George. He was actually couldn't see a thing.) they are turned away because the like to acknowledge many of the'ideas i
tickets for the event
are gone. which Sen. Goldwater is I
People on campus are raising I find such criticism of Sen. presenting, but they are nonethe-
such a storm about turning peo- Goldwater (as in the letter by less the 'truths of the situation!
[ The Florida AlligatorServed ple away from basketball games George Waas, Feb. 4)) similarto Sen. Goldwater is rightfully dis-

because so many of the ticketsare that of most criticism of men enchanted with U. foreign policy
: by United Press International sold to the public. What about who have asserted the 'painful with regards to the UN for example -

I Editor ...... .. ....... .. ....... ...... .. .... .. .Walker Lundy Lyceum Council and other cultural truth.' Many of Darwin's day, and has proposed stands

Managing Editor .... .. .... .. ... .. .. .. . .. .. .Bill Fuller events. All students pay for the even responsible scientists, said which we should adopt on these
\, Assistant Managing Editor ... .. .. ... .......... .John Askins presentations, but only about fifteen that he (Darwin): 1. Annulledthe matters. Why for example shouldwe

r Editorial Editor .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. . ... .. ... .Wayne Norfleet per cent of the student body distinction between the physi- foot the bill for an operationin
"r Sports Editor ... .... .. .. .. ... .. .. .... ... Glenn Laney could possibly fit into the Univer- cal and the moral, 2. Made the the Congo which sets up a left-
f, Wire Editor .. .... .... ...... .. ... ... ... .. ... Bob Thomas sity Auditorium. Why lower the Bible a fable, 3. Said that we are leaning neutralist country Insteadof

. Feature Editor ... .... .. ..... .. ... ......... Cynthia Tunstall percentage by selling tickets to 'children of the apes, etc. Such a pro-western one, and which

Campus Living Editor .. ... ... .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .Judy Lynn Prince the public? categorical listings do contain the simultaneously massacres the UN
Editorial Assistants..John Hancock, Ernie Litz, Gail Sobering, We have been turned away from germ of truth Darwin implied. charter by preventing Katanga

' Nancy Zimmet, Betty Wendt, Betsy Garrison, Steve Vaughn, Carl one too many shows, the latest They do however contain more of from self- termination? The

Hayes, and Sue Debbie.Reporters..Mike being the Chicago Opera Ballet, falsehood, and distortion as we can Senator is one of very few who
Power, Jim Castello. Phil Hevener, Joel Gaston, to think this is an exception, but readily see in retrospect.A takes the realistic viewpoint that

4 I Douglas Molitor, Donita Mathison, Sally Stock, Carol obis, Ann rather is the rule.It similar situation occurs when when a country shifts conspicu-
I Carter, Joe Kollin, Pam Pulley, Agnes Fowles, Bob De Loach, wouldn't be as bad U stu- Sen. Goldwater (or anyone for that ously from pro-western to neu-

I Fran' Snider, Fred Lane, Kathrine Duda, Jean Fagot, Judy Teich, dents had first chance at the tick- matter) is criticized on points tral it Is on the road to com-

: Evan Engle, George Mims, Phil Geyer, Don Federman, Becky Quinn, ets and then the public was allowedto which contain random Implicationsfrom munism, (e.g. Ghana). In the cases
Larry Zimmerman, Jackie Cornelius, Pat Hogan, Charner Powell, buy the remainder.The his philosophy, but In addition of both Darwin and Goldwater the

Patti Pitz, Gary Williams Don Davis, Terry Rogers, Sue Haugsted, smallness of the University contain large numbers of authors' Ideas were and still are
". Joyce Kilmer, George Elmore, David Sumner, Jay Havlser, Joe Auditorium is bad enough, but we erroneous and unjustified infer- good ones. They do not benefit
Ziegler, and Joy Cherry. wouldn't feel so bad if we knewwe rences. from such distortions.

\ just had to compete with the Such listings of points taken Analogy is an admittedly treacherous -
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official student newspaper of students for the tickets and not out of context have long been notorious procedure as a method of

the University of Florida and Is published five times weekly except the general public also. for leading to misconceptions. proof, but cannot but be Invaluable -

during the months of May, June, and July, when a weekly issue is pub- Few felt kindly In Dar- as a guide to discovery.L. .
lished. .THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is entered as second class matterat Andrea Warshaw win's day to the Idea that, In a

the United State Post Office at Gainesville, Fla. Lois Laban sense, we are the children of the M. Sarbey, 2UC



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Friday, Feb. 14, 1964 The Florida Alligator Page 7
r A Dedicated Student Government I

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By JOHN HANCOCK tion If it seeks to fulfill the obligations may have, in fact, started many
Editorial! AssistantContrary of an effective govern- new traditions.
to what Is apparentlythe ment. In the event that the apparent
opinion of a few Individuals, From all indications which have dedication to their task continuesinto
the people who make up Student come to the fore in the few short the term and lasts throughoutit
Government(SG) are, for the most days that Gator Party has been we can expect a new kind of
part, sincere and dedicated to the operating, we have every reasonto government which should dispell
job they undertake. To them, SG assume that the trend they have most of the doubts as to SG's
is not a toy; it Is not a playground established will continue. They validity and reason for existance.
with a half a million dol-
lars worth of equipment.The I .
vastness of the scope of
the SG program and the com- Now Available at Rutherford's
plexity of its operation removedit
from the realm of the student
who is not directly concerned withit. University of Florida
Often, in history, people have
scorned and ridiculed that which
they do not understand and Stu-
dent Government may be another CLASS RINGS
such example.It .
is to err to laugh at Stu- !
dent Government and call it Mic- DID WE EVER GOOF
key Mouse. Critical analysis of SG
will show definite shortcomings to
exist but juvenility and Irrespon-
sibility do not number among them.
SG to most of its officers, is partof
a college learning experience.In IZr We Don't Think We'll Be Using
light of the apparent or alleged -
lack of faith in SG, a pro- Any More Umbrellas With Our
gram must be undertaken to familiarize -
individual students with
the operation of it. An improved Peelmates .
orientation program is not the ans-

wer.The
new administration has
promised to respond to the need
for more understanding and, in
their own words,"... bring stu- ESPECIALLYNOT
,dent government back to the stu-
1
dents."
This worthy goal will be a pre-
requisite for the new administra-

WITH MISS
ContentEDITOR

: Hardened to 210 Brinell tempered rating. JoyceBleidner .

Without committing myself in Ail' your jeweler why this is important.GAINESVILLE' .

any way as to the content of to- jaIw.Alee
day's ALLIGATOR (Feb. 12),I will
say that the coverage Indicatedin
this edition by quantity of news
S QUALITY JEWELERS
was tremendously impressive.John .
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(Editor's Note: Thank you sir, AlltIIori.e4 Vrtcarycd ..Ielet4. 1Mr
we accept all compliments with x
relish, and are happy to note that .
we are being read, and Judged on ; p Give Us
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Scenes for "TelllttotheCame-

artln E-Flat Alto Saxophone. ra" were filmed in Gainesville.An .

od condition. Sacrifice, $85. interviewer stops man-on-the
street and ask him direct
onard Alterman, 6-9381, 833 ques-
tions, but, different from Candid
nth Hall. (A-95-3t-c).
Camera, the pedestrian is told he
TiENDS HENDERSON'SLL is on film before he begins.
STORE, U.S. Hwy. 19 Cryal Tuesday morning Candid
Fla. -- Only 1 hour I
River, Camera took a tour of the water -
min. from Univ. Literally TONS sprinklers. Those carefully
AND MILES OF FA- jrL'
F TOWELS planned routes, which take the stu-
RICS. See the lovely colors availle -
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for your home. IRREGULARS less when an expert is workingthe t
F FINE QUALITIES. Many first
sprinkler system so that any-
items also. Our Carpet
ality way you run, you end up all wet.
beautiful and about three-
ds are
Infuriating is the only adjectiveto
urths off. The finestbedspreadsethird describe (in print) the feelingsof

off. Tel. 795-3399. (A- a young man when ,he calls on -

-tf-c). his girl, steps back from the ._

intercom and hears the guy behind :
TTENTION ralleyists. 3 Heuerop him call on the same girl. =

watches on chromed mounting Embarrassed, surprised or all

ate. Perfect Condition.R.Cowles wet, Florida students will be able

2-7748 nights. (A-86-tf-c). to see themselves and their friendson V-, .
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OVER THERE
EW! HOMES IN PINE FOREST. four weeks. In the meantime,
few ready for Immediate occu- if you find yourself in an unusual says TV technician Jerry Kisker (left) to surprised UF students Vicki Kinser (nextto I

ncy. Gainesville's fastest grow- predicament, watch your language Kisker) and Tomm Gunn. Candid Camera's Alice Procter is at the far right.
g new home community. VA, and smile.
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(
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um siding. Terms of $120 down
Here he relates the "paralyzing" experience.)
Ild $45 per month on total price
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terested call number written In Staff Writer

Indow after 6:00p.m.A-89-tf-c)0 _:: ? He said, "Did you know you're on Candid Camera?" I didn't say

i. anything--Just stared at the big camera lense mounted i in she door across

ouse Trailer, 8 x: 35 ft., 1 bed- the room until I was moved to a spot out of camera r ige.
oom. Ideal for single student A i Thus ended my stint as an Involuntary television performer--and

r newlyweds. Make offer under I didn't even smile.
1,000., Phone 6-2787 after 6:00 I I.m. After recovering from shock, I began to wonder when I'd get a letter

except Mon. (A-95-3t-c: ). telling of my expulsion. Pretty soon, I was sure, especially after
( some of the answers I gave the Interviewer, who happened to be none

{i i other than University President J. Wayne Reitz.
WantedANTED However, this wasn't to happen, for President Reitz had actually

f l asked me and 11 other unknowing souls over for dinner sometime and

an afternoon of golf or fishing--so I ended up the afternoon not expelled
1950-54 FORDS AND
but invited to the president's house. _
" WI77' / from school
Herndon'sSerIce
IEVROLETS. Al /:
the walk leading to the Office
I
Station. Located 916 S.E. 4th At about 5:30 p.m. Monday, came up
t. (C-83-tf-c). r of Informational Services, thinking I was through for the day and readyto

3 l go home.
WANTED male student to share 55 However, Just as I got Inside the door, someone In the office said,

t. trailer at Pinehurst Trailer rather urgently, I thought, "You have a phone call right there,"

rk. $35.00 month. See Jack 11 1 pointing at the same time to a phone on the desk.
parks, lot 100 next to pool. (C43tc -' I noticed a difference between that phone and the one that usuallysits

). there, but marked It down to the remodelling I had been told was

going on.Just .
N ANTED to buy a 12 gauge shotgun, as I headed for the phone, a short man standing next to me said,

30-30 carbine and an outboard "Hey, let me see those sunglasses, where'd you get those?"

notor boat rig. Please call 2- Intent on the phone call, I handed him the glasses, grunted some-

325. (C-91-3t-c). i it j thing to the effect that I didn't remember, and sat down.
;
x
"Hello," I began.A .

Help Wanted 1If. i' 4 voice on the other end said, "Hello, this is President Reltz. Have
you been up to Tigert Hall lately?"

',",' J.h.(.,' ," "Nosslr," I said, wondering who the prankster was, "but I've been
'
> .... ...
--
-J "
MAN EXPERIENCED IN RADIO. ra) ; s keeping track of what's happening

11 -FI, tape recorder repair for THE SCENES When he spoke, I could catch overtone coming from behind a parti-

rt-tlme work. Call Dan Shaw at filming UF students on Candid Camera. tion which had been set up beside me but which I had assumed was

5340 between 1:30 and 5:30. (E91Stc part of the remodelling process.

). From the overtone, which was obscuring the voice slightly, I assumedit
TV Crew Calls UF was an office prankster, so I picked up a pencil and began to tap on
THE
CHEVELLE'S Dance- the desk with It as I listened.
Combo-Ballads -Jazz -rock and "Joel, I Just wondered if perhaps you could come over to dinner

roll Floor show-Just name it. Swinging Campus"Really sometime and perhaps we could get together for some golf some after-

Reasonable prices. Contact Dave noon," the voice said.

376-9838. (F-94-3t-c). we told them. "I'd like to, Dr. Reitz," I shot right back, "but I have to work In
swinging campus.
a
"Great bunch of kids." "They suspected something was the afternooas. I was wondering If you couldn't get me out of
going on the minute the stunt began class some morning Instead."
"President Reitz is a living
," she said. "This made it "Well, wait a minute," came the voice, "if you're going to be that
with the gang.
doll..swung
harder for us." Miss Proctor, way..."
to come back some day.
Going who has been in television for And around the partition stepped Dr. Reitz.

gAroT, ClAssiFilDS These are some of one-woman the reac- five years, was most Impressedwith Pencil forgotten, I stood up quickly..-very quickly as a matter of .
of the five-man
tions the sororities. fact-..and said, "Hello Dr. Reltz..."
Candid Camera Crew who secretly -
SET 'R 3uLTS.N visited the UF this past week. "I have never met such great Before I could finish, he reached out, shook hands, said "How are

Bob Schwartz, director of the girls," she said. "They really you, Joel?" and "Did you know you're on Candid Camera?" all In

of praisefor made us feel at home." one breath.
words
had only
crew the, administration the cam- Kit Davis, free-lance camera- When he spoke, I looked straight up and Into the camera lense 10

-+ gA w..tfdIiM6a, ____.. and the students. man, praised UF President feet away, concealed in an office door. By this time I was practicallyIn

pus"No, one could have been more J. Wayne Reitz's part in the "se- a state of paralysis.But .
help- cret." as I began to figure out what had happened and wonder If maybeI
ALL EYES ARE co-operative, congenial or
he said. could get a Job bagging groceries somewhere after the administration -
kids
ful than these ,
got through with me, I found out I wasn't even going to get sus-
They (the students)came through "He Is a living doll. He really

ON YOU. with ideas, as well as providingthe swung with the group," Davis said. pended.
subjects." "The most cooperative guy here, For, as a release slip was filled out, saying it was okay to use the

"University students are a lot a real gentleman." shots on the show (a standard procedure), presidential Assistant '"
George Corrick took down my name and phone number saying at the
WHEN YOU ADVERTISEIN harder to fool," Alice Procter, a Davis stroked his beard thoughtfully -
"
same time something about "following this
Camera and continued "President up.
I member of the Candid ,
I I THE ALLIGATOR Production staff said. "It wasn't Reitz was a little confused at Not quite sure what this was all about, I asked and was told that
President Reitz had refused to do his part In the show unless he could
----- that they caught on to the fact first, but when the camera was on
i
actually Invite each of the 11 students
duped to dinner.I .
Call 6-3261 Ext. .2832 that we were Candid Camera. In he was a good actor and carried it finally smiled.
"
fact, they wouldn't believe us when off nicely.
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Valentine

"- ":' ., ';'I' 5
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"."iit.i.;,i.:.' DayLeapl!

"
{
r ____
is this --perfect for Leap
(UPI) -- The odds are in favor query
of everyone being rememberedon Year vengeance:
(, St. Valentine's Day this year. "It's Leap Year, so I'm goingto
\ J Irs One leading manufacturer, count- come right out and ask you--
F Y ing the population and the esti- Would you fix me up with one of
'' Eb i f. mated number of valentines to be your good-looking friends?"

1'r'r ww .1 sold, said the average person The 1964 collection of valen-
\ *y R JJfl should receive three missives.The tines is described as the most

yearly array Includes val- extensive ever offered.
entines for husbands, wives and Eating by candle-light has become -
for sweethearts. a regular institution in the

There are special valentines for girl's dorm cafeterias.The .
!
old friend secret candlelight dinners are
an a pal, a
7 professor, and even a "Watcha- served on special date nights,
f f macallit" -- so there must be when a date can get a full course
A r'q% Op A$ f. x S. ,C one for you.Bachelors. meal for 90 cents and his girl's
dinner for 75 cents.
V always fair game,
face the added hazard of Leap The usual atmosphere of the

Year this year, an event certainto Co-Ed Club, Jennings, Rawlings,
e4L.f: bring forth countless "Be My and the Florida Room is trans-
Valentine" formed from well lighted dining



,.({ '---- :f-4. _-.- ________________I of tines offers guarantee Lonely their for special choice one of distaff pleas.hearing man-chasing,Leap but hearts one from Year publisher have the valen-spin-man no light.free dorm rooms Again refreshments.socials to along total with may intimate the still eating receive candle idea,



\ I ster to send another:
AND I ONLY HAVE 28 CENTS
"So its' Leap Year..Who needs
Coed Joins
moans a bewildered Florida man as he faces the problem of what to send to whom Men? We DoI!!! Happy Hunting!"
For the girls who have been
r for St. Valentine's Day today. He finally settled on a dinner for two at Burger-King. disappointed once too often, there

.v. ..; '''''1J''P' '' Nurse GroupMiss
'h ? .....I'" '," ,>.':
'
"1. >''oJI.11
: Counterfeit Ring Exposed
Sally Russell, the pretty
I blonde daughter of Col. and Mrs.

But Graham Party Still On I frr"R Sinclair Russell, USAF Retired,
Y5 f : ; enlisted recently In the U. S.
: Army Student Nurse Program at
A gang of counterfeiters has to continue with the party, said and a floor show with Miami'sown I the University of Florida's Medi-
been discovered on campus, it King. The Harold's Club will Boom Boom Girl." I cal Center Nursing School.

was disclosed today. open this Saturday night from eightto Besides the main attraction,the ',.1 The Army's nursing pro-
t A discrepancy in the pictureson one in Graham Area. gambling casino, there will be two gram provides the cost of books
the counterfeit bills led to the Graham Area residents and all bands, the Soul men and the D and tuition for its students and

exposure of the gang. girls will be admitted to the club Accents. One band will play down- commissions the nurses as 2nd
.
Rather than looking like Wash- free. Men not living In Graham stairs in the night club area. The '. ... 1 Lts. to serve two years active
ington and Lincoln, some of the Area will pay only one dollar. dress for the downstairs will be "">:l'i duty in the Army Nurse Corps.
faces on the bills resembled the Each person will be given two dressy. The other band will be .' ', Miss Russell, a member of Del-
:
resident counselors and resident hundred dollars in counterfeit bills upstairs in the rec room. Casual .. ta Gamma sorority at UF, will
assistants in Graham Area. as he enters the club. Every clothes can be worn in this area. receive her reserve commissionthis

.. The gang plans to set up a roll of two hundred dollars after King said everyone on campusis ( .I,sq July, six months prior to her
ff\t'
gambling casino, the Harold'sClub I that will cost him five cents. invited to the Harold's Club .J graduation in December.A .

through which they will pass King said the five cent chargewas Party this Saturday. The gang e'SALLY': i junior in UF's nursing col-
off these counterfeit bills, admitted to cover the cost of the engraving hopes to pass a lot of counter- lege, Miss Russell chose the Army
\ Dan King, head of Graham plates, paper and ink. felt bills that night. RUSSELL nursing program because it pays
Area Social Committee. "To keep the customers happy As far as King knows there for much of her university costs

J Although their plans have been and in a gambling spirit," said will be no raids on the casino joins program and provides a chance for travel
exposed, the Graham gang plans King, "we will provide free drinks by? the Campus Cops after graduation.


PANDORA'S BOX They Cheer Up Ailing Youngsters"The


Candid Camera
\ children here aren't shy," ing entertain the children on theMe plays games with them, and helps
said Mary Finley, who, along with d Center's pediatrics ward. feed them meals.
other Chi Omega pledees. Is help- Mary reads to the children, "They like to show off," she

Comes To CampusBy ;"..;K <: .<*.""J ,*"VffiT! .;* .. '...,.......:nf rwi"r;_ or said, "If you read them a story
;* ? v { t T ..... -_IM'Ma..... r.q t t1Wa A they want to read back to you.
V ** 2 And if you don't do what they want

they threaten not to like you any
JUDY LYNN PRINCE Lion the D Phi E pledges are -- & "
more.
Campus Living Editor going through "help week," fun
for the sisters but work for the .t -- During the two hours, she was

With Candid Camera hitting the pledges. Lynn Wolly has been there Wednesday night/; Mary

sororities, all activities and stud- appointed Assistant Treasurer under played cowboys and Indians with
ies stopped while some girls and newly elected Student Body Eddie, who shot her a dozen
there dates put forth their best Treasurer Fred Lane. Informally tr l l1fk times--while hiding behind a rock
t
smiles. Everyone was looking pledged Kathy Murray Is a new (his pillow), took Vivian for a
forward to a short lived TV career addition to the D Phi E House. walk around the floor, listenedto
with the nationally known The girls were honored to have : # David tell his life story, all
show. Dean Ilrady over for dinner Tues- about how he met Bat Mastersonand

Both the Alpha Chi Omega's and day.The p4r how Bat was so rich he must
the Tri-Delt's played host to the HDD's are madly preparingfor be a governor, and all the while
Candid Camera crew earlier this their Roaring 20's Weekend she was followed by Barbara, who
<< week. Actress Alice Proctor, next week. The recent electionswere seemed to idolize her.

cousin of profitable for the Trl-Delts'
alais many girls, spent At the same time Diane David-
Monday afternoon working out with Joanne Notarls elected Honor
son, also a pledge, was In a room
stunt plans to coerce boys into Court from Arts andSciences; Meg down the hall keeping Tommy com-
coming over to the AXO House So well, Sophomore Legislative 1 ?
pany. Before she left Tommy made
under the pretense of meeting Council; and Diane Denning, Lyceum Diane
promise to come and see
cousin Alice, who in the meantime Council. him
again before he left.
had learned remarkable false Sigma Kappa began raising mon- 'When
asked what he thought of
tales about each boy. The same ey for the Heart Fund this week'
Mary and the other pledges Da-
i bit was done Tuesday night at by auctioning off old worn-out vid
1 confided
"They're sure pret-
formals for their
) the DDD House. neophytes to ...... ty."
Even with all the excitementof wear as costumes during Inspira-

the past week, the AXO pledges tion Week. This week' will be climaxed INTERESTED SPECTATORS Chi Omega is not the only sorority -
found time to paint the woodwork by initiation and by a social performing this service.

4 on the front of the house. In with Delta Chi tonight. are two youngsters in the J. Hillis Miller Health Other sororities help out also ona
t the world of basketball, the Alpha The Kappalpha Theta's are monthly basis.
Chi's beat the SK's and the celebrating Valentines Day with asocial Center pediatrics ward as Elaine Langston, 1UC, Ocala, Last trimester Alpha OmicronPi

IX's. Jean Salsibury Is a newly with the Pi Lam's. Newly and Sue Bard, 3ED, Ft. Lauderdale, read to the young- and Kappa Alpha Theta offer-

elected member to Lyceum Coun- elected Freshman Legislative sters. The girls are participating in a program being used ed volunteers. When Chi Omega
Council from the KAT House is leaves it will be followed
Zeta
cil.With the anticipation of inita- Alison Conner. by UF sororities to help entertain children in the ward. Tau Alpha and Alpha Epsilon by Phi.t .


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Cage Crown OUTDOOR SPORTSwith



Delt Upsilon rode the crest ofa I uiLAIOPT
GLENN STOKES
hot third quarter effort to dump

Phi Gamma Delta,29-23,last night < Outdoor Editor
'
and win the Blue League Basket- i .fiJ

ball crown. I ,

The win was the DU's first basketball (Editor's Note: Glenn' Stokes" Is a graduate student of the UF. lie
championship and has fished and hunted from Washington to Florida.
sent players and fans into mild This Is the first In a weekly column outdoor activities. Glenn, our
hysterics when the final whistle I Lr new outdoor editor, will be keeping our readers up to date on what is

sounded. J* V going on where.) <
The UF lies within a veritable hunter's paradise; good to excellent
the winner were John
Pacing hunting is to be found In the environs of Gainesville. Local big and small
Steve Braun and Kent Go-
Hoft, ,
game species offer much variety.The .
Holt scored 9 and Braun
ble. 1 ,' : hunting season is dwindling rapidly--only three kinds of game
Goble scored 8 each to lead "
and ff ',"' J. ..',':' ,'Jj. ,'>t I,.,, \ \ are still legal: squirrels, quail, and rabbits. The season on squirrelsand
:
win
come-from-behind :
DU in its i : : 1,: quail draws to a close nine days from today, Feb. 23. Rabbits are
7-4 in the first ,
after trailing '''' legal year round.A .
14-13 at halftime.
and
quarter THE FIRST TROPHY special turkey (gobbler's only) season is set for March 23Apr1112over
For the losers, Bennet Taylorwas some areas of the state. Check your hunting regulations for
.for Delta Upsilon In basketball was presented to the areas open. *

high man of the night with first team of (I to r) John Hoft, Kent Goble, Bruce Mc- Just as the area hunting is excellent so is the area fishing. However,
and Laurie
Hammer
10 points the area fishing is even more outstanding than area hunting; for world's
the with 7. Coy, Steve Braun and Roy Coxe by Intramural Manager
added to Fiji cause
record bass and speckled perch lurk inour lakes and streams. Several
In the Orange League contest Zolly Manard after they beat the Fijis 29-23 last nightfor excellent fishing lakes are within a few miles of the city: Lake Wauberg,

Phi Delta Theta stopped Beta The- the Blue League title. Newnan's Lake, Orange Lake, Lake Lochloosa, and Santa Fe Lake, to
ta Pi in a bracket playoff, 33-20, name a few.

and earned the right to meet Sig- Lake Wauberg is an excellent fishing lake for both bass and specks.It .

ma Chi in the Semi-finals on Tues- Wilson Tops Track RecordsDavid is near Gainesville and has boats and paddles for students, faculty,
day. Charlie Casey paced the and employes, alike. Boats are rent free. A concrete boat ramp Is
winners with 12 points and Tom also available for those who bring their own.
Wilson of the freshman track team smashed two time trial
Galloway led the losers with 7. ,
Bass fishing has been good in the last few weeks--speck fishing, fair.
records Wednesday afternoon. The L & S broken-back mlrrolure, the Creek Chub Jointed pikle-
Wilson ran the tw -mUe event minnow, and the Creek Club jointed fin-tall minnow are the best bass
in 9:42.8 to break his own markof baits for trolling. For casting or spinning the blackworm, the black eel,
9:57. He also broke the mile and the Hawaiian Wiggler pay good dividends.For .
and one-half mark of 7:24, set
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ft with finer tailoring and fit
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mark is 9:58. association welcomes your support. Information concerning membership -

's DACRON WOOL COTTON } activities, and such can be had by contacting Lee Pankratz,
Last Saturday, Wilson crushedthe
;: President (FR 2-1426)) or me (FR 6-2226).
mile mark with a 4:25.2 time.
Dan Wells had set the old markof

4:32.2: last year. UF Soccer, Gymnastic Clubs

Coach Percy Beard said, "Wil
son is the most promising distance Travel To FSU TomorrowThe
runner we have had In some time.
.f
He will run the mile and two- UF Soccer and Gymnastic to the Seminoles in Florida Gym.
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stitch, every detail, state high school pole vault championship The Gymnasts, coached by gymnasts will be Dob lIarwood,
every line of these slacks last year. Gebhard excelsin Joseph Regna, will be out for revenge who was high scorer in the 74-1/2-

conforms to the style worn Jr! the distance events. after an early season loss 41-1/2 loss to DCJC.

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12 The Florida Alligator Friday.Feb. 14,1964

-I.. Florida Cagers Battle StateFlorida's


UF Eyes RevengeIn
basketball Gators-- comparison of scores revets! tM, en by the eventual champion,Loyola

still searching for a remedy fora road troubles. of Chicago.
MeetThe cage disease known as "Road- Florida's home setbacks to Tul- The Bulldogs are 'M4 overallfor
Saturday
and Kentucky came the campaign and 2-7 in the
itis"--will Invade the. heart of the sa, Georgia
Southland Saturday for aSouth- in tilts that could have gone either SEC. Only the Greenies of Tu-

eastern Conference (SEC) battle way. Tulsa won 86-82; Georgia lane separate State from going
FSU
swimming team is coming to town
Saturday for a with the Mississippi State Bull- escaped with a 59-57 victory; and completely from riches to ragsin
4 dip In Florida Pool
p.m. against a revenge nlnded Gator Swim
team. dogs. Kentucky edged the Gators 7772. one year. Tulane is dead last
Although the contest is a mean- On the road, the Gators lost to in the SEC basement with an 0-
The Gators had a 21 dual meet win streak busted by the Semi-
ingless one as far as SEC stand- Miami 95-79 and then turned 10 conference mark.
noles late last month as Florida absorbed a 66-29 dunking.The and trounced the Hurri- Hutton 5 feet
Ings are concerned, both clubs around Guard Doug 10,
last team to beat the UF before they started on their win have good reasons for knocking canes 114-91 at hdme. Auburn is the only returnee from last

streak was FSU. each other off. smashed Florida 79-58 after los- year. Hutton is the team's play-
Since the last meeting with the Seminoles, however, Coach Bill Gators 63-46 at Flori-
the and
Coach Babe McCarthy's squad ing to maker top point producer.
Harland's tankmen have been for this return meet with
aiming
won the SEC crown last year-- da Gym. LSU's so-so Tigers Sloan will go with the same
FSU.They their fourth title in five years-- shocked Sloan's aggregation 87-65 starting five he has used mostof
invaded the northland and three of North Carolina's better
but the Gators didn't help their in Baton Rouge, La. the season.
swim teams met defeat. Among them was North Carolina the
cause. Coach Norm Sloan's char- Last year Florida was 8-4 at That would find the SEC's top
number six swim team in the nation according to
preseason ges upended the Starkeville king- home and 4-10 on the road. guard combination, Brooks Hen
poles.In pins 73-b2 at Florida Gym. The "Roadi is" or not, the Gators derson and Tom Baxley opera
the last meet the Seminoles the 200
FSU Individ-
won yard
Bulldogs haven't forgotten about will still be favored to whip the ting in the backcourt; Dick Tom-
ual medley in 205.5 The best time for the Gators on the Caro-
that disaster yet. Bulldogs tomorrow night. linson and Richard Peek at the
lina trip was 2:04.9. Florida has had trouble livingup Graduation robbed McCarthy of forward posts; and Mont Highley
In the 500 FSU took first honors at the
yard freestyle place
from last
to expectations in games away four of five starters at center.
meet with time of 5240. North Carolina the Gators
a Against
r from Florida Gym. The Gators' year's SEC champions. Gone are Peek will be back in the line-
had time of 5:21.9. If the Gators had these timesat
a winning swam
all-stars Leland Mitchell and
10-6 overall record and 4-4 ledgerin SEC up after missing most of the Auburn -
FSU they would have won the match 4946. conference play can be broken Red Stroud--a pair of cage dandies game Monday night. He has
Harlan places a lot of the blame for the loss to FSU to his own
take State to the NCAA
down into 5-3 slates for both home who helped been hampered with a bad leg
shoulders."I and away games. However, a u, I-t1na1s where they were beat all year.
didn't swim the boys in the right order at Tallahassee," he .
admits. "I will make a few changes and see if we can come up I I
with a winning combination."

"FSU is strongest in the freestyle events. They have more

freestyle swimmers than any college team I know," says Harlan..



Close SEC Race



'64 JET-SMOOTH LUXURY CHEVROLET-lmpala Sport Coupemay

Still UndecidedBy ." .it. tI'


struggle to see who ultimately

STEVE VAUGHN battles it out with Kentucky, the F-::== r
nation's third-rated squad, for the
Assistant Sports Editor
championship. The Wildcats have
swept past eight consecutive SEC
The closest race in history for foes since dropping their first ,
the Southeastern Conference(SEC) two league outings, and possessa
basketball crown is In the home sparkling 18-2 overall record. ALL-NEW CHEVELLE-Malibu Sport Coupe

stretch -- with four teams still They have the league's leading
in the running. scorer in 26.1 points-per-game

Kentucky, Georgia Tech,Ten- Cotton Nash; the league's
nessee, and Vanderbilt have sur- winnlnest coach in Adolph Rupp,
vived the rugged SEC season well and what probably is the league's ;.

t ,.. enough to remain in contention coolest team under pressure. The
for the conference title. SEC action Wildcats also have the best
this weekend and early next schedule at the top four from

week, which features the four top here out and for these reasons
powers knocking heads with each they are favored.In '64 THRIFTY CHEVY II-Nova Sport Coupe

other, should give some definite other upcoming SEC action,
Indications as to who is likely to Florida's Gators hope to regain rr':1:

win the title and who will become their winning touch while visiting -.. -........... ,.
also-rans. Mississippi State tomorrow and ..h >. .._. ..., :... .... T:':" '-'"

Tech, which knocked off Ole Miss Monday. Also on Satur-

nationally seventh-ranked Vander- day Alabama is at winless Tulane; ..
bilt In a 75-71 overtime dramaat Ole Miss hosts Georgia; and .W8. .
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first place in the SEC with Ken- get together of the un- '64 SPORTY .'
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8-2 league records. Standings:

Tennessee stands second at 6-2, W. L. W. L.

followed by Vandy, with a 6-3 Kentucky 8 2 18 2 .
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