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The Florida AlligatorVol.56



No.97 University of Florida, Gainesville Monday, Feb. 17, 1964



t MIY What Price Glory ? l




$14,000 This Year


.
By BECKY QUINN haven't the funds to finance their officials, printing of the ballots,
Staff Writer own campaigns.The and rent on tables and chairs
144 candidates found it is used at the precincts, and green-
Better than $14,000. expensive to run for office at the boards for "poop" are among the
That's the price tag on the 1964 UF. The vast majority of them, Items paid for by SG.
spring elections for student say 90 per cent of the 130 lower A partial list of Greek expen-
government positions which bringa slate candidates bought ''poop"to -- ditures includesPi :
H maximum of $2,175 in salaries. the tune of $2,000, plus their -- Lambda Phi spent $1,000
Nearly half of that amount, or party fees and qualification fees. for Fred Lane's campaign for
about $6,605, was spent by the This figure is completely aside treasurer, according to Al Leon-
Greek houses. The 144 individual from party expenditures accountedfor ard, treasurer of V.0.T.E. Party.
candidates spent a total of about elsewhere. There are the stu- Lane was the only V.O.T.E. can-
$3,780, while student government dents who ran for Lyceum Coun- didate for one of the "top five"
spent more than $1,500. cil, board of student publications, positions to win.
The amounts spent by the Greeks honor court justices, and legis- .The Phi Delta Thetas and the
F IYdYM'Fsxr wd and the candidates are approxi- lative council. :Sigma Chi's both contributed$500;
1n i mate because no one, Includingthe Bill DeGrove, last year's Sec- primarily to finance Paul Hurt
party officials, knows exactly retary of the Interior, whose office and Dick Adams, V.O.T.E.'s can-
how much of whose money was handles the election machin- didates for chancellor of the honor
spent. ery, said the more than $1,500 court and vice president of the
Treasurers of both V.O.T.E. spent by SG pays for the myriadof student body.
Party and Gator Party said official details involved in a campus- --V.O.T.E.'s five remaining
party treasuries spent less wide election. Orange League houses were as-
-w--- than $2,000. But party officialsin The voting machines, election (See GLORY, Page 5))

charge of individual upper slate
campaigns have separate accounts
for their funds and not all the deposits LIIJIf
PROPAGANDA IS EXPENSIVE and withdrawals are re- Yy

.when it has to be replaced every day, as campaign ported.
The Greek houses also the
and banners did. Treasurers of both pass
posters parties agreed hat for additional contributions for

printing of'poop'was their single highest expense. independent candidates who ;
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I Board Finally Okays




Classroom BuildingAgreement

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was reached Fridayto lative delegation Alachua County Included in the problems are a
go ahead with a long-delayed and a promise by President J. jump in square feet within the building ;
classroom construction projectfor J Wayne Reitz to pare the $262,000 from 60,000 to 79,000 feet.
the UF by the State Boardof from future requests. Allocations begun for the building -
Control, even though the pro- Total price on the building In in 1957 were renewed in 1961
ject will run $262,000 more than the first 1957 appropriation was and 1963.
original estimates. $1,130,000. Under the new con- The building will contain 40
The Board also okayed sites for tract, the building is to be ready, classrooms with some large
the university's graduate engine- if the State Cabinet approves, by enough to hold 180 students.
ering education system (Genesys) September, 1965. The Genesys sites approved Fri- 1
in Orlando,Cape Kennedy and Day- Major problem with the struc- day included 20 acres to be leased _
tona Beach.In ture, according to the Board, was from the U. S. Air Force at the __
approving the new structure, that the building will be larger south entrance of Cape KennedyAir
the Board reversed the positionits than originally intended in 1957, Force base for housing the
executive committee had taken.It when it was first presented to the central operations of the systemand <
followed a plea from the legisi1 legislature. two 20-acre sites for satel- .
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>t.- lite bases at Mainland High School w
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in Daytona Beach and in Orlando
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Central Park. % 1 i
t MORE THAN $1,000 DAMAGE

ComposerTo was done by vandals in the former Pi Kappa Phi

house on University Avenue. Several items were stolen.

(Photo by Phil Krug)


,./,>:, SpeakVirgil Damages $1,000 As
Thomson celebrated
i1 (k, American and
music
composer
r : $' critic, will speak tonight at Uni- Vanduls Hit House
.:
,
I t,.It, ,!. versity Auditorium at8. on"The
V Role of the Universities in
ItY. Crea-
iP
t k ,, tive Arts." By JOE ZIEGLER the fraternity, discovered the
/M ; ", ) Staff Writer break-In Feb. 12, when he returnedto
t. His is Fine Arts
x appearance a
move his p'rsonalpropertyto
Festival event.Thomson's.
r w' ... Vandals did t approximately the new house. lie had been away
non a, ,it compositions include $1,000 damage to the former Pi Saturday when the fraternity
m e e the operas ''Four Saintsin Kappa Phi house at 1247 W. Uni- moved. ..
Three Acts," "The Mother versity Ave. during the past two lie dound that his .22 caliber
f of Us All," "The Plough That weeks. rifle and clock radio had been
Broke the Plains," and "The Riv- DeHaven W. Fleming, president stolen from his room.
er." of Pi Kappa Phi, said that since Fleming said the house had fra-
1 His books include The State Fberuary first when the fraternity ternity property stored there for
of Music," "The Musical Scene," moved out the house has been the purpose of selling it later along
., "The An of Judging Music," and ransacked, burglarized and exten- with some things which had already
..:?' -.. "Music Right and Left." sively damaged by vandals. been sold.
FOR NATIONAL ENGINEERING WEEK Over 30 windows have been Total value of the property stolenis

.members of Upsilon Chapter of Sigma Tau, Florida Until last year, he was music out, both bannisters on the two over $100 and the damage doneto
critic of the New York Herald stairwells have been ripped out, the interior of the house is
honorary engineering fraternity, will set up displays ?in Tribune. some screens torn from windows, approximately $1,000.

the Florida National Bank building, downtown Gaines- Thomson has appeared as guest the front door taken off its hinges According to Fleming, some
conductor with leading symphony and the hardware on the doors up some bunk beds, a TV antenna and
ville. Here Ji/rt chroeder explains a State Road Dept.
orchestras in the U. S., Europe, stairs has been stripped off. two telephones have been stolen j jf
display. (Photo by Jerry Cooper) and South America. Kenneth R. Craig, a member ol( from the house.

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2 The Florida Alligator Mondav.Feb.17.1964. _


Law Of Averages Kind




To Nimble Jaywalkers .,



By TOM MILLSAPS campus to the College Inn- as an intent. ,'\
example.He He said a pedestrian overpass
Staff Writer
would need space for ramps mak-
That UF jaywalkers ale the most said It was an "old American ing it economically unfeasable and
nimble in the nation is not to be custom" for people to do there might be problems with the
questioned. But the law of aver- things the easiest way--the old state because University Avenue is a

ages has been kind.A "shortest distance between two also a state road.A .
4 r x, check with campus and local points is a straight line" adage.
police reveal tin! : ;in jay- Worst spots for jaywalking seem Jaywalking survey was made
walking studn' :'u; nr been In- to be in the CI block of Univer- recently at the CI block of Uni-
jured. sity Avenue and a triangle area versity Avenue. In a 15 minute

Each day Inrdes: of hurrying between Tlgert Hall, the new period, 108 persons jaywalkedwhile
students brave the flow of thun- architect building site and Norman 62 used the provided cross-
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dering traffic on West University Hall on 13th Street. walk. DR. BRUCE THOMASON
DR. HERBERT KAUFMAN Avenue and on 13th Street. Why students don't use the

They dodge, dart, bluff and cajole underpass there is beyond me," Brakes screeched twice and
their way across the polien- said Capt. Howell.A tail-lights flashed countless timesas ThomasonNew
Kaufman One tlal death alleys."I check revealed that access to hurrying rush-hour motorists
just can't unJerstand it," the tunnel from 13th Street Is virtu- narrowly avoided the agile artists.
said Campus Police Lt. Vernon ally impossible. A high embank- Dean
K. Holllman. "You ".'nitld think, ment and guard railings prevent Some strolled casually across,
Of State's'Outstanding' from ooservalhn, tnt-nany wouldbe entrance for any except those com- as if daring motorists to hit them.
injured or killed." ing from the R e i dMalloryYulee -- Others ran like jackrabbits.One .
There Is no city ordinance Hall area. man stumped across on Of CollegeDr.
against jaywalking."I'm Lt. Holllman said he thought a crutches. Another pushed a baby

personally against such a tunnel t>r overpass somewhere in carriage--occupied. Bruce Thomason, chairmanof
law," said City Police Capt. W. the College Inn block would not Three men engaged in horse- the UF Department of Rehabilitation

PANAMA CITY, -- Dr. Her- W. Howell. "We couldn't pro- be feasable. play. They tried to push each Counseling, has been named
bert E. Kaufman, ophthalmologistIn perly enforce It, and I don't think "There Just isn't room," he other off the center stripe as they assistant dean of the College of
the UF College of Medicine, we need laws we can't enforce. said, "and even if there were, waited stranded in the center of Health Related Services.The .
was named one of Florida's Five "We would be glad to estab- there would be other disadvan- the road. appointment Is effective
Outstanding Young Men by the lish more crosswalks if people tages." Both city and campus police officials mediately.Dr. .
state Junion Chamber of Com- would uso them," he said, but "Women don't like tunnels," he said any crackdown on jay- Thomason, who first came
merce at Its annual Winter Conference people wouldn't use them." said, explaining that tunnels creat- walking would have to be initiatedby to the university in 1942 as assistant
here Saturday.Dr. Ho cited the crosswalk from the ed lurking places for men of ill university officials. professor of sociology, will

Kaufman, 32, was recog- continue as chairman of rehabilitation -
nized for his pioneering researchon Color Film On Central America counseling, in addition his
virus Infections of the eye, his new administrative duties.
accomplishments as a teacher of The new assistant dean receivedhis

medicine and his leadership of the Opens Travel Series Tonight undergraduate training at
North Florida Eye Bank for Restoring Catawba College in North Carolina,
Sight. where he received his B.A in 1934.
The researcher Is credited with An armchair cruise of other national Committee of the Flori- port on the Communist controlled He holds a master's degree in
development of the first known lands by way of a color motion da Union Board for Student Ac- land. sociology from the University of
cure for a virus Infection. His picture series begins tonight at tivities. Admission tickets are "Russia and Its People" will North Carolina.
use of the IDU for 8:15 in the Florida Union Social 30 cents for students and 50 cents be the subject of the third in 1 I
drug herpes Leaving UF in 1948, Dr.
simplex keratitis proved effectivein Room. for the general public. the series. Set for Tuesday, Mar., Thomason went to Pennsylvania
the treatment of a disease that The series is "The World 10 at 4 p.m., the film will be[ State University. He served as
was responsible for 80 per cent Around Us." The opening film personally narrated by Raphael l instructor and worked toward
of all surgery on the cornea of gives a first-hand account of peo- The series will include "Inside Green, one of the few American 1 I an doctorate in clinical psychology,
the ple and lands in Central America East Germany," a color motion cameramen to get behind the Iron 1 I a
eye. he received in 1951.
which
The other four winners of the and will be narrated in per- picture account of life on the other Curtain for filming the Russian]1 I returned to
Thomason
annual awards son by the producer of the film, side of the Wall which will be people at work.Tonight's Dr.
were Ralph J.Ben- Florida In 1951 to the position
Dwight Nichols. shown Friday, Feb. 28 at 8:15 p.m. presentation, "Cen-
nett of
Jr. Panama
City, Bay of associate professor in the university's -
,
County member of the Florida His appearance and the ser- Robert Cohen, American news tral America," is the result of of Sociology.
House of Representatives ThomasS. ies are sponsored by the Inter- correspondent and documen- 25,000 feet of film produced by' Department
; he was an
From 1952 to 1955,
McDonaldSanfordbusinessman tary film producer will accompanythe Nichols during 19 trips to those!, and
showing with first hand associate In the UF Marriage
a
and former mayor; Dr. J. Bruce Dynamite Blasts re- countries. Family Clinic.
Wilson of BrevardJunlor
president -
I I
College of Cocoa; and the Rev. Jax Negro Home
Dr. Cecil A. Roberts, minister of
the First Baptist Church of Tal- JACKSONVILLE (UPI) -- A dynamite I
lahassee.In explosion knocked a home
recognition of his research from its foundation in the Negro

accomplishments, Dr. Kaufmanhas section of town early Sunday. One ENGINEERING OPPORTUNITIESfor
received the Boyleston Prizeof person was slightly Injured.
the New England Medical Society Eight persons were in the homeof

the Holmes Award of the Mr. and Mrs. George R. Gil- Seniors and Graduates in MECHANICAL,
Chicago Institute of Medicine and Ham when the explosive went off.
AERONAUTICAL CHEMICAL
,
the A. O. Bernstein Award from Assistant State Fire MarshalT. ,
the Medical Society of the Stateof W. Burkhardt estimated that ELECTRICAL, NUCLEAR,
New York. "at least one case of dynamite"was and METALLURGICAL
His report on the treatment for used in the blast at 2:30: a.m. ENGINEERING
herpes simplex virus infection was EST.
.
ENGINEERING MECHANICS
judged the best cllncal paper of Burkhardt said the bomb knocked -
1962 by the American Medical the home off its foundation, APPLIED MATHEMATICS
Association's section on ophthal- shattered windows, cracked walls PHYSICS andENGINEERING
mology. The AMA listed his work and threw furniture around the PHYSICS
among the major medical achieve- rooms. lie said damage was "ex-
ments of 1962. tensive."



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1/ Around The WorldAir a r

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Strike Ends Barry Boasts ;
1
MIAMI (UPI) National CHICAGO (UPISen.. :

Airlines officials and union Barry Goldwater said ,fJ't: A

representatives signed an Sunday he has regained all of ...

agreement yesterday endinga the support that he lost after !

two day -old walkout by the assassination of the late \ .
.E p -
clerical workers, and put the President Kennedy. .
big carrier back in the air.

National, the nation's sixth .
Heavy FightingADDIS
ranked airline, said it would \ '","
begin flying planes out of its t'fIT' :tJ \
home base here immediatelyand ABABA, EthiopiaUPI f' .' t ; ir t
,'/
would resume full ( ) Heavy fighting er- ;

operation in 40 cities in 15 rupted yesterday between ; iuM ", L'

states today. Ethiopian and Somali troops : \1,.' .. ..fi' .<01....... .J-

only hours after aborder ;(:.if' .. .. .
BombingSAIGON cease-fire went into effect, -- -- -

South Viet Nam, the Ethiopian defense PHI EPSILON PLEDGES

(UPI) Communist terror- ministry announced.The .last week solicited donations from motorists on University Avenue for the frater-

ists hand exploded grenade in a the bomb lobby and ofa a charged Somalia announcement with violat- nity's annual heart fund drive. Shown here are pledges Val Lummans, left, and Brad I

U.S. theater packed with ing the cease-fire which Lawtell. (Photo by Phil Krug)

women and children last became effective at 5 a.m.

night, killing three Ameri- EST. The cease-fit wis
cans and injuring more than agreed to Saturday aftera Famine Ravages Central Java; I

50 others. meeting of the Organization -

U.S. authorities conduc- for African Unity.

ting an intensive investigation Starvation Threatens One MillionSEMARANG I

into the attack said one of 1-hour Water

the terrorists apparently from the drought. sons was not carried out under
Indonesia (UPI) --
planted a large bomb YATERITAS PUMP STA- Famine Is threatening the lives of Other factors which have led to the government's "transmigration" -

wrapped in a package in TION, ORIENTE PRO- an estimated one million personsin the present critical situation were plan.Central .
the lobby and that another VINCE, Cuba (UPI) TheU. the heavily overpopulated regions the central government's failureto Javanese Deputy Governor -

terrorist tossed a hand S. Naval base at of Central Java, Western provide a promised 60 tons of Soejono told newsmen just
grenade into the lobby as he Guantanamo Bay began to newsmen here have been told. rice for the chronic food short- finishing a tour of the famine-

sped past on a motorbike.The avail Itself Thursday of Some 12,000 persons are being ages and the fact that a planned stricken areas that "roughly one

bmbing was part ofa the one-hour-per-day water treated for starvation in hospitals settlement of some 50,000 per- million" persons were starving.
rising tide of anI 1- supply offered by the overflowing with patients and

American in terrorism carriedout Cuban governmentCuan emergency camps set up by the l''1&:' ""lTh1--'w..vw.::;; "$ :<<<.,,,,,,,,,",,,,,,,, __ '-.lmi1t''".... ..,.....;,,.....j..-iliM: 't.::
Saigon by Communist waterworks officials said
Indonesian: government.
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agents. here I ) ,
Sunday. Thousands of refugees are :
,
r streaming out of the hardest hit I

The Trimester? areas in Central Java's already I. News
I Why overcrowded cities and towns after Campus Briefs

having bartered their meager pos-
Culpepper sessions to get food. j
Explains Health officials said that 50 per-

sons are known to have died while
under medical treatment. Official -
Something was needed to handle of enrollment, Culpepper was
estimates of the death toll Applicants Wanted Honorary Meets
the flood of students entering the asked about the pressure that the
caused by the desperate food
state's universities, and the tri- trimester system exerted on the
mester system has supplied the students. shortages range as high as 50 per Applications for Florida Blue Alpha Epsilon Delta, national
month. Key membership are available at pre-dental honorary will 'hold its
he said "Well this
solution, said Board of Control Laughing, ,
An extensive four-day tour of the Florida Union desk. first meeting of the Winter Tri
is the of Pressure I
Chairman j. Broward Culpepper. 'Age guess.
Central Java by Western news- Requirements to apply are com mester tonight at 7 p.m. in Room
said that the Boardof
"Because of the number of stu- Culpepper
men last week revealed the extent pletion of six trimesters or 70 112 of the Health Center.
dents in the universities, some Control plans to study the tri-
of the famine, which is comingto hours, a 2.0 average, and participation Initiation ceremonies and elec-
kind of year round operation was mester system carefully and Iron
be considered the worst in In- in three areas of extra tion of new officers will be held
out the He said the
needed, Culpepper said in an problems.
donesia's history of independence.Local curricular activity, while and a movie and talk on open
Alligator interview after the board board is basically pleased with the
trimester. government officials here excelling in one. Deadline for sub heart surgery will be given.Memberships .
meeting Friday.
Asked how he felt about finals and throughout the region said the mitting applications is Friday, Feb.
major causes of the famine are an 28. Open
Although summer enrollmenthas being left to the discretion of the
exceptionally long seasonal
not yet measured up to expectations professors, Culpepper replied that

increasing number of finals were not in his field. drought which already and crop-destroying have eaten an esti-rats Play Tryouts Held PI sigma Alpha, political
students entering college will According to Culpepper, there is
science honorary, now accept-
mated 30 cent of the current
eventually force students to go the are no other states on the tri- corn per ing applications for membership
to get their mester system, but "many major crop.
summer trimester Officials admit that government Tryouts for Richard Mason's for spring initiations. Interested
education, he said. institutions are moving toward the students should pick an
efforts to combat the rat plague production of Eugene O'Neill'sdrama up ap-
After mentioning the pressures trimester system. have thus far proven ineffectiveand "The Great God Drown," plication before Feb. 21 in Room

that irrigation facilities are will be held today and Tuesday 107 Peabody Hall, the Department

inadequate to provide any relief at 3:30 and 7:30: p.m. In Norman of Political Science.
Hall Auditorium.
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All regulars and non-regulars Navy Night Planned
interested In the play are urged
1yro to attend.

A Hume Hall Navy Night will

+ be held In the hall's Recreation

Room from 8-9:30: p.m. tonight.
rN FrOSh HOld meeting It Is sponsored by the Hume Hall

w + LI3 Forum and the U. S. Naval Re-
"e .1
a serve.
There will be a F ishman CounA film, "Beyond Magellan," will
CARS IN EUROPEAT cal meeting tonight at 7:30 in Room be shown and U. S. Navy recruit-

NP4 'kxw v. \ 324 of the Florida Union. The ing representatives will be present
THE OFFICIALMANUFACTURER'S picture for the Seminole will betaken to speak on roads commission,

PRICES at this time, so all members fulfilling military obligations and

6. s m r a YA should be present. other pertinent topics.CAS.H .

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Paper Mache Sword"We


shovel out foreign aid to them until our taxpayers begin to feelas El'
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though they are working for foreign countries rather than their own

bread and butter; and when we ask for a little cooperation, they stage
a foot race to see who can be the first to stab us in the back." Thus,

the self righteous! .cries have risen upon hearing that our efforts to discourage -
our friends form trading with Cuba are doomed to relative y
failure.

And Congress, in rhythm with the tempo of protests heard from private -
citizens, has attached a Congressional directive to the latest
t foreign aid bill; stating that American aid should be halted to any

country whose ships or planes carry goods to Cuba.
And it seems that we are putting a sword in the left hand of the man
with the spoon.

Or are we?

And more Importantly, SHOULD we?
A consideration of the efficacy of the directive is like a game of

disappearing numbers. We start with 16, which is the number of nations
now listed as having sent ships and planes to Cuba. Ten of these

disappear Immediately, when we find that only six of the nations con- :.. 0.- -
cerned receive aid from Uncle Sam. .. -
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Of these six, only three receive any sizable assistance, (I.e. enoughto -. --. ---
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give the U. S. any real power in the threat of cut off), and two of Co) c. 0.. ..-

THESE three (Greece and Turkey) are important NATO nembers. -Cj"We've
Since the directive contains a provision that gives President Johnsonthe

authority to continue aid when it is deemed Important to our security, got to break it off, Harry I I don't mind your being married,
it Is reasonable to assume that our position in NATO is important enoughto
justify continuation of aid to this pair. but I couldn't possibly be seen with a man who doesn't belong to a

Now we are down to one. Moracco. fraternity !III
j Thus, except for Moracco, it seems that our efforts to undermine
r Castro's economic security will continue to consist of the diplomatic

pressure that, thus far has proved so futile. EDITOR'S DESK

But even if the sword WERE sharp, there is much doubt in this

corner, that we would be justified in waving at our allies.

1 The whole question Is one of disagreement among the Western coun-

tries with the resulting trade as a product of divergent beliefs, rather Disqualification Raises IreBy
than the result of a lack of scruples on the part of our allies.

The countries of Europe .'nd Asia have lived at the mouth of the

cannon for years, and have become accustomed to carrying on the
necessary functions of life while hostile countries make ominous
noises from only miles away; while for us it is a new experience.And WALKER LUNDY felt she was not qualified to sit student members of the board, we

thus, it should not be surprising to find that England and France Editor as a student member under the feel.The

believe that we overemphasize the danger of a tiny Island, which appears qualifications set down by the board difference in opinion
as insignificant as an errant leaf, drifting from the tremendous The Board of Student Publica the day before qualification day In between the board and us,
bulk that is the continent of North America. tion's recent ruling that disqualified the recent SG elections.We however, is purely academic. The

And then there is the consideration of several interesting items; Barbara Keller from her board made its decision and does

the first of which is our wheat sale to Russia. newly won post with that group personally have much confiin not appear ready to change.

Our own Congressman (Rep. Edward Gurney R-Fla.) reported thata has raised the ire of the Legis- the members of the board, both Meanwhile, Legislative Council
British freighter, loaded with Canadian wheat, was due to sail for lative Council and other highranking individually and collectively. members and SG in general, fume

the Soviet Union. Upon confirmation of the U. S. -- Russia wheat deal, Student Government (SG) offi Theirs is a great responsibility at having their power infringed

the destination of the freighter was changed to Havana, Cuba..andthus cials. and each member realizes this. upon. A special committee from

indirectly, we sent 10,000 tons of wheat on a southerly voyage. the Legislative Council met with
Item No.2: Upon the arrival of Sir Alec Douglas-Home, and his The Board, by viture of its the Publications Board this past
initial talks with President Johnson the subject was, of course, dis- authority, has the right of such However, we cannot see the difference week to find out why Miss Keller's
cussed. And at the news conference, the Prime Minister spoke freely action; of this there is no argue- between Miss Keller's election was declared void.

about the subjects which he considered important; it remained for ment from this corner. qualifications and those of Tom The group is due to report its
And also know that those who Keller who will
the question of a newsman to bring up the matter of Cuban trade, we take Miss Kel- findings back to the council at its
whereupon he described it for what it was (a disagreement in policy), cry "politics" are uninformed.The ler's place on the board by virtueof next meeting. The next step is
board made the decision to being next in line
and went on to other subjects.Iten in the voting. up to the council and is any man'sguess.
No. 3: Due to the short supply in recent years, sugar commandsa disqualify Miss Keller because it Both are qualified to sit as .

very profitable price in the world market; and the sweet tooth of What we hope is that the council

our neighbors' combined with a good crop, will pour an unprecedented will not become upset to the degree

supply of foreign exchange into Castro's coffers. Aaavuuggghhh..He's Mean Nasty! that it will want to wreak venganceon
Item No.4: American agriculture is among the most efficient in student publications, i.e. The

the world. Given the removal of outdated quotas, and the proper encouragement Seminole, The Orange Peel and,
it is not at all unreasonable to assume that sufficient last but not least, The Alligator.
JOHN ASKINS Dance is paying $100. The total
sugar cane production could be achieved in our southern states to By needed is $475. We need its support, morallyas
give the Cuban's a real battle in the world markets. Asst. Managing EditorAs well as financially, to effectively -
The school is headed by Martha
And thus, competitive incentive, and the unsurpassed productivityof meet our responsibility to
Charlie Brown would say: Graham, a great teacher.
freemen; the same weapons which we used so effectively for two the student body.
AAAUUUGGGHHHt!! $100 is a fair price to pay for
centuries to carve out the greatest nation in the world: They could We respect the new Legislative
Involved in the benefits
I was recently a that will probably
serve us well again. Council and feel quite certain thatit
Peanuts-type situation. Lucy in accrue to the student body. I say
Instead, we wave a paper mache sword and preach idealistic sermons will be moved by reason anda
flesh, a certain irascible coed "probably"it will be Incum-
which even we ourselves don't understand, much less live by. desire to serve the students
who shall remain nameless herein, bent upon the club to show a
W. C. N. rather than by anger and emotion.
gave me the sort tongue-lashing qualitative improvement in future
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that poor Charlie getsevery day. performances.
Perhaps he's gotten used to it. Gator Party, at this writing,
Florida
The Alligator I could hardly survive another. Orchesis is a student group, has been in office a scant 72
albeit sma II. There is no formula hours and we admit it might be a
And the trouble is, both Lucyin
Served by United Press International and existing to determine what shareof tad early to go issuing challengesat
the comics my Lucy are
Editor .......... ........ .... ...... ..... ... ... ... Walker Lundy absolutely right. Charlie BrownIS student funds an individual groupis the new administration.But. .
Managing Editor ....... .. ..... .. .. ... ..... .. .. Bill Fuller entitled to. Too many sUbJective ...
a fink. And so am I. I admitit.
Assistant Managing Editor .. .. .. .. .. .. ., .. .. John Askins decisions are involved, pro- Restablish a SG committee on

Editorial Editor .... ..... .. .... .. .. .. .. Wayne Norfleet Her starting proposition was bably, to ever evolve such a for- Food Service or give the old one
Sports Editor ...... ...... .. .... ... ... ... .. .Glenn Laney mula. But it must be admitted authority to continue its work.
that I am mean, nasty, and wrong.
Wire Editor .. ...... ..... ... ... .. .. .. ... Bob Thomas; Then she lost her temper. I that any legitimate student groupis Once the group is re-organized,let

Feature Editor ... ... .... .. ..... ... ... .. .Cynthia Tunstall had made the "one mistake that eligible for assistance in emer it change Its direction from last

Campus Living Editor .... ... ..... .... .. .. ... ..Judy Lynn Prince no newspaperman should ever gencies. The problem then becomes trimester and, instead of simply

Editorial Assistants..John Hancock, Ernie Litz, Gail Sobering, make"; I.e., not checking, my to determine when an gathering up all the various stu-
Nancy Zimmet, Betty Wendt, Betsy Garrison, Steve Vaughn, Carl sources.It emergency exists, and how much dent gripes, why not appropriatemoney
Hayes, and Sue Debbie.Reporters..Mike seems that Legislative assistance is really necessary. to hire an expert from the

Power, Jim Castello. Phil Hevener, Joel Gaston, Council's recent S100 appropriation outside to come' in and evaluatethe
Douglas Molitor, Donila Mathison, Sally Stock. Carol obis: Ann to Orchesis, the modern dance Lucy was right; I should have Food Service operation?

Carter, Joe Kollin, Pam Pulley, Agnes Fowl**, Bob De Loach, club, is more Justifiable than would checked more thoroughly. I have, Gay Welborn, director of Food
by the looked
Fran Snider, Fred Lane, Kathrine Duda, Jean Fagot, Judy Teich, appear on the surface. That was way, a little more Service, has several times voiced
Evan Engle, George Mlms, Phil Geyer, Don Federman, Becky Quinn, Lucy's contention, anyway, and it's closely into the other appropriations the idea that if his operation is

Larry Zimmerman, Jackie Cornelius, Pat Hogan, Charner Powell, hard to escape her logic. Much --to Honor Court, Billy going to be examined it should be
Patti Pit'z, Gary Williams Don Davis, Terry Rogers, Sue Haugsted: less her voice. Mitchell Drill Team, and the debate by qualified experts and not by
Kilmer Elmore David Sumner Havlser Joe team' -- and can find no rea- students who could not be expectedto
Joyce George Jay Okay. I recant, apologize, and son to change
Ziegler, and Joy Cherry. retract my column Friday -- at them. my opinion about be qualified.We .

least, the part that attacked agree.
THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official student newspaper of Orchesis' need for $100 -- for the But please. If there are any Surely nothing affects more stu-
the University of Florida and is published five times weekly except following reasons: more Lucys waiting to challengeme dents than Food Service and,

during the months of May, June, and July, when a weekly Issue is pub- The girl is paying $275 plus on those issues, don't do it In therefore, could better Justify the
lished. THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is entered as second class matterat travel expenses herself. person. Write me a letter. outlay of student funds.

the United State Post Office at Gainesville, Fla. Connecticut College School of The name is Charlie Brown. What will be done?


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Administration Under Fire -.- ,-



By Peace Union On ROTCTigert YOU CAN



Hall administrators have "create a power center outside about ROTC."
come under fire for allegedly not student government" that might The SPU meeting was called to .iNi
letting the campus know why they directly Influence the administration look into the possibilities of direct -
are "Ignoring the overwhelming to take what he called "amore student action. "We're think-
sentiment of the student body," responsive attitude toward ing about vigils, picketing, and
concerning abolution of compul- actually known student sentiment boycotts," Warinner said.
sory ROTC.
Speaking before a recent meet-
ing of the Student Peace Union Baffle Rages In CyprusNICOSIA

(SPU), Bill Warinner, 2UCpresident -

of the newly organized group, Cyprus (UPI) -- A urday In an outburst of shooting.The .
charged that "personalities"within pitched battle raged yesterday between new violence flared amid
the university administration warring Greek and Turk- rumors of an impending Turk-
were obstructing progress toward sib Cypriots in the village of ish invasion, rumors which sent
abolition of compulsoryROTC. Ayios Theodoros. Reports from chills through the fear-ridden Is-
the scene said the two sides hurled land.U. .
"The fact is," he said, "any grenades and dynamite sticks at S. Undersecretary of State lYMlk f I
decision about the status of ROTCis each other. George Ball conferred with high
exclusively up to the admini- British officials yesterday on joint
stration. All student governmentcan There were no estimates of strategy for an emergency ses- '"
do is APPEAR to be doing casualties. The village is locat- sion of the United Nations Security -
something. Anti-ROTC feeling is ed between the town? c:i Limas- Council before flying to
too widespread for student govern- sol and Larnaca, where a Greek Washington to report to Presi-
ment to be able to admit it is Cypriot was reported killed Sat- dent Johnson.Glory .
helpless on this issue.

War inner insisted that the net I
result of student government pollsis
to distract campus attention -
from the real problem. ditures to be somewhat lower.
"The real problem is not the (Continued From Page 1)) Expenditures from the Greeks "Who would dare pick that Big Ugly Bear over

statistical techniques available to Included: me? I'm the Greatest!I"
pollsters, but the existence of TI- sessed an average of $200 each, -- About $850 was spent by Alpha
gert Hall enthusiasts for the military account for another $1,000. Tau Omega on Ken Kennedy's suc-
establishment. Florida State --Blue League V.O.T.E. houses cessful campaign for president of
students, who have been relieved were assessed an average of $70, the student body.
of compulsory ROTC, are a bit Leonard said.Sororities. --Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Tau Pick The WinnerOf
luckier in that respect," he said, -- were assessed$35. Epsilon Phi each chipped in $500.
John Hancock,Gator Party trea- --Six Blue League houses con-
Warinner advised students to surer, reported their party expen- tributed about $100 each.
--Sororities were assessed an
The Feb. 25th
Memorial Services average of $45 each, bringing the
total to $2,825.
--Additional funds were raised

Set For Dr. GaddumMemorial during election week from Greeksto CLAY LISTON
cover debts, according: to Han(
cock. "
services for Dr. Dr. Gaddum worked in linear Treasurers of both parties
Jerry William Gaddum, UF physi- programming at the Institute for agreed printing of "poop" was the :' Fight
cal sciences professor, will take Numerical Analysis at the Uni- single highest expenditure.
place at 3:40 p.m. Wednesday at versity of California in 1951-52 Hancock said more than $1,000in
the Chapel of the Incarnation,1522 and continued this work the follow- party funds went to pay Gator
FIRST AND SECOND Pit CE WINNERS WILL
West University Ave. ing year under the Department of Party printing bills, while leon-
Gaddum, 39, died Friday at Ala- Defense in Washington, serving as ard estimated that 80 per cent of RECEIVE PRIZES FROM
chua General Hospital of heart a mathematical llalsonbetweenthe V.O.T.E. Party expenditures were
failure after a long Illness. The Pentagon and the U.S. Bureau of for printing. Banners were the
services will be conducted Rev. Standards. With mathematicianAlan seconk most expensive Items.
Edward M. Berckman.A Hoffman, he developed a Individual candidates spent mostof STATE THEATER
lifelong resident of Gaines- method of maximizing the effi- their funds to cover printing
ville, Dr. Gaddum was active in ciency of transporting supplies to costs. Besides the 2,000 esti-
civic affairs and during his career proper places.He mated total expenditures for print- DONI GAN'S
was credited with original con- taught at Michigan State ing among the candidates,each paidan
tributions in the field of mathe- University before coming to UF. average $5 qualification and
matical research.He He was active in local and state $5 party fee.
is survived by his wife Max- Democratic party organization in Add It up and the candidates tab FLORIDA THEATERALAN'S
ine, his mother, Mrs. Louise B. Michigan and continued his interestin comes to $3,780.SG .
Gaddum, a son, Stephen, three civic participation In Gaines- expenses Include:
sisters, Miss ElizabethGaddumofNew ville. He was active In local --$798 to rent the voting ma-
York City, Mrs.Richard Gaylord groups concerned with better chines.More CUBANA
of Arlington, Va., and Mrs. government and most recently than $400 to pay voting
John Savige, of Los Angeles; and served on the Citizens Advisory officials.
one brother, Joseph Glenn Gaddum Committee working with the City -$157 to print ballots.$8 .
of New York. Plan Board on the pending housing -- to rent tables and chairsat
Dr. Gaddum was born in Columbia ordinance.A polling places.
Mo. and moved to Gaines- Jerry W. Gaddum collectionon --$140 for twenty greenboards DETAILS IN THE N.O.P. ON SALE THIS WEEK
ville at the age of two. He was history and government has rented from Plant Grounds for
..._ .. .... .
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the son of physicist Leonard William been established in his memoryat $7 each.
Gaddum, pioneer developer of the Gainesville Public Library.The Add the total spent by parties, PLUS
the University of Florida's physi- library will accept donationsfor greeks, candidates and SG, the ,
cal science course for freshmenand the collection. figure approaches $12,000for
sophomores, and one of the known expenses, nearly 10 V 'GOONS OF GATORLAND1
first developers of the spectro- times the maximum amount paidIn
scope.He salaries.To ; '
was graduated from P. K. politically oriented students, VALENTINE PEELMATE
Yonge School and later the UF, SG administration may be worth
receiving his bachelor's degree in $12,000, but the man elected stu-
1945. He took his master's and dent body president, rates only V DR. REITZ INTERVIEW
doctor's degrees from the Uni- $150 per trimester.
versity of Missouri.Dr. According to a recommendationby
'V
Gaddum was a member of the Budget and Finance Com- N.O.P. ELECTION PLATFORM
Florida Blue Xey and numerous mittee, the UF legislative coun-
honorary fraternities at the uni- cil last year set the clUIng on
versity. officers salaries at $150 per tri-
Notable contributions by Dr. mester.
Gaddum In the field of mathema- Receiving that amount are the NEWORANGE
tical research were In linear pro- president, vice-president, trea-
gramming, convex sets and metric surer and the secretary finance.
methods. They Included, among The honor court chancellor and PEEL
others, original published clerk receive $75 and $50 per tri-
works on "Metric Methods in Differential mester respectively.
and Integral Calculus," Should all these men work a full
"The Sums of the Angles of a three trimesters, the total tab for
Tetrahedron and "The student government's elected sal- 4
DR. JERRY GADDUM .
Caterer's Problem." aries could run $2,175.


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To the Florida State swimming team our hats are off. .. 1. t ..
you have the best swimming team In the state of Florida--and ? ,.X. .., -
Saturday's meet was a typical FSU showing--you should be '
Jmong the top four or five swim teams nationally.

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Great In DefeatBut

If ever a team was great In defeat the Florida swim team was.

For all intents and purposes the meet was over after the first event

hen FSU won the 400-yard medley relay with a time of 3.46.1 -- a : ? ;

[ew pool record.

FSU has a reputation for steamrolllng.

When they take the first event-which nets seven big points for the

Inner and none for the loser-it usually gives the Seminoles impetuso 4 .

[ run up a big score on the opposition.This t NV
is exactly what happened at Tallahassee a month ago. C :
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Then FSU came right back in this meet and took first and secondn ) TVoK

the 200 yard freestyle, thus duplicating their performance at the ...
last meet in Tallahassee for these two events.
Then Florida started to fight back.

The Gators took first and third in the 50-yard freestyle and secondnd

third in the 200-yard individual medley relay.It .

appeared Lansing Price was going to reverse the decision of a ,
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onth and beat his opponent, Neal Allen, in the diving event. .j
Price was announced as the winner. However, the decision was THE MARGIN OF VICTORY WAS THIS CLOSE

eversed after the judges found an error in the adding of scores for as the picture shows the FSU man in lane four leaving the block inches

he two divers. ahead of his two Florida rivals in lanes five and six. The swim match was
When you are down by 15 points after the diving events it is difficult
jfor any team, no matter how good they are, to bounce back. nip and tuck all the way as the Seminoles didn't clinch the meet until the

But that is exactly what Florida did. next to last event.Photos( by Phil Krug)
In the next event they took first and second place for eight big points V

and it looked as if the Gators were going to do a little steamrolllng
lof their own. Baby Gators

Then came the crusher.The .

Seminoles took first and second place in the 100-yard freestyleand

[ the Gators were down by 15 points again.It Beat FSUFlorida's
happened almost as swim coach Bill Harlan had predicted. The

I FSU swimming team was indeed strongest in the freestyle events. ML ;?
This was where the Gators were beaten. !

This scrappy collection of some of the best swimmers in the state I4r freshman swimmingteam

|of Florida weren't through yet. stretched their season record -
They stormed back to take first and second place in the 200-yard to 4-0 as they beat the

[backstroke and followed this up with a victory in the 500-yard freestyle. Florida State Daby Seminoles 65-

There was one slim hope left. 30 this past Saturday.

His name was.Sandy Chandler. _
U Chandler could take first place in the 200-yard breaststroke and
R : Leading the Daby Gators was
I Florida could win the 400-yard relay the Seminoles would go down to -
Dlanchard Tual from Nashville,
(defeat for the first time this season.
Tennessee. Tual set a pool
Chandler paced himself to win. For the first 150 yards it looked as
and freshman record' in the 100
I if he might have chance. Then the torrid pace took its toll and Chandler
yard backstroke in :57.3 seconds.
I finished third. _

That officially won the meet for FSU. They now had more than half

I of the total points that could be scored. True there was one more Lance Gerlin, formerly of Miami -

| event left, but who would think the Gators had the spirit to beat the Jackson, established another

| highly favored FSU 400-yard freestyle relay team. freshman mark in the 200 yard

But that is exactly what they did in the record time (for Florida freestyle In a 1 1:53.9.Freshman .
| pool) of 3:23.9. 11 tip l t y_ 't

It takes more than just good swimming ability to fight back as the
| Gator swim team did Saturday afternoon.The captain Tom Dio-
Gators lost to a better team, 51-44. guardi splashed to a freshman
cord In :22.5 seconds in the 50


[Gators Do It Again; yard freestyle.The .

last freshman record set

was the 200 yard freestyle relay
Lose On Road 68-61 with the team of Jim Kelly, Ger-

r.tIrai! o.1oJ 'i1 lin, Scott Edgett, and Dioguardi
A DEFEATED SANDY CHANDLER with -a time of 1:32.6. This broke
STARKEVILLE. Miss. (Special) Florida.
the old record of 1:33.3 which
I--The Mississippi State Bulldogs Brooks Henderson collected .catches his breath after the 200 yard breast strokein had stood for over three years.
(combined accurate free throw three personals in the first
which he had to win to give the Gators even a slim
I shooting and determination to four minutes of the game and had

(pound out a 68-61 Southeastern to sit out the rest of the first chance to win the meet. Chandler finished third. Winner

Conference (SEC) basketball vic- half. He fouled out of the game

tory over the Florida Gators here with about six minutes left. Dick
I Saturday night. Tomlinson also fouled out and Paul Feb. 15 Deadline/ Past; AnnouncedMr.

The Bulldogs,playing most of the Morton, who finished with four per-

I game without the services of two sonals, was in foul trouble near Leo C. Davis of 1824 N.W.

starters, jumped off to a lead at the end of the game. Finley KC StillAt Odds 3rd place was the winner of this
(the outset and, except for one brief State never trailed during the weeks cage contest.Mr. .
(span, maintained it for the rest of first half. Florida put on a strong

|the contest. finish spurt and was behind by one Davis, who is in the college -
at the half 32-31. ) got a call from John Mc-
point of Arts and Sciences, was
Henderson's at the start League a member of the Kansas I
The jumper the only one of our entrants to
Gators
hit for three more
second half the Gatorsin day council, who asked me if I
of the
put
ield pick all 10 games correctly.
goals than the Bulldogs (25-
league be interested in a three-
The lead changed hands
2)) but front.
Coach Babe McCarthy'srew "
to lease Flnley uid. 1fe
six times before Aubrey Nichols' He wins a certificate good fora
hit 89 cent of its charity
per ley case he was not speaking for
osses (24-27) to the Gators' 61 driving lay-up put the Bulldogs free dinner for two at Carmanp.l1a's -
ship of on this so I neither
city ,
with eight minutes
ahead for good
at 706 W. University
er
cent (11-18)). "
55-53. should be nor rejected the offer.
left in the game,
Captain Avenue.
and Doug
playmaker,
Eight free throws in the closing
| minutes iced the victory for State. Finley, Carmanella's owner, Mr. Carl
0th saw only spot duty in the night."I
his Gary, de Prospero will treat Mr. Davis
-ontest for the Bulldogs. Rich Williams, Nichols and Bill
assault "no Deadline McGuire, who and his date to anything in the
led the Bulldog on
State Anderton
is now 3-7 In the SEC.
he could to
Finley
ment arrange
house ranging from delicious baked -
The loss droppedtheGatorsbelowthe the Scoreboard. Williams toppedall
and I the negotiating commit
lasagna to steaks simmered in
with 22 points. Anderton
scores
.500 mark In league play
to say together, called only about
"ith a 4-5 slate. finished with 17 and Nichols wine sauce. .
hours before the nidnight
Florida was penalized for tallied 16. "
He deadline set by Tomorrow a new contest will
in
lumerous violations The Gators placed two men
traveling Tom Baxley that he League, and followed be started. Maybe this time you
double figures.
ainst
State. Another problem
and Mont lease the scheduling of a special will be the lucky person to win
in 15 points
vas the excessive number of personal pumped .
Saturday dinner for two at Carmanella's.
13.
contributed
Highley
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major but expected 1964 the FSU contest to Tallahassee.The The Gators will play FSU in
UP schedule changes have resulted moves resulted from aBoard Tallhassee for the first time Nov.
from a State Board of Control go-ahead for FSU stadium 21. The relatively small size of
N
go-ahead for Florida State Uni- expansion. Seating additions will the Seminoles' stadium made a
versity staduim expansion. bring the capacity o: tioak Camp- Tallahassee contest economically 7 :
Florida has switched its Sept. bell Stadium to between 35,000 and unfeasible for the UF.
19 season opener with Southern 37,000, and put the UF-FSU serieson ,
Methodist from Jacksonville to a home and home basis from Florida athletic director Ray ,
Gainesville following the moving of here on. Graves switched the SMU opener
following the FSU change to keep t. ?
(
the 1964 schedule on a five home : .FLQAr
t ti

Gators Open Drills and five away basis. ,

As the schedule stands now, pp. ,
Florida will meet Mississippi,
South Carolina, Auburn, and MIami -
I- For Spring Practice in Gainesville. Other road

games are set with LSU, Ala-
\ bama, and Mississippi State.

r" The 1964 Florida Gators opened team quarterback Tom Shannon The Georgia contest, as usual,
$i spring football drills here yes- has been excused from practiceto will be played in Jacksonville.The .

terday with a two-hour session of play baseball, guard Larry
) rough contact work. Beckman Is out with a knee InJury Board, meeting at the UF
d Under Southeastern ConferenceSEC and center Gary Cllett Is Friday, also approved construc- Y ,
Y
tion of south standsat
( ) rules, Florida has 20 prac- recovering from an appendicitisattack. permanent
Florida Field. An additional
: tice days for spring conditioning. .
seats for the
Gator head coach Ray Graves said Graves said Cliett should return 5,600 coming sea-
he will work the 95-man team four for the final 10 days of prac- son will bring UF stadium capacityto

days a week until the annual Orangeand tice.With almost 48,000. THE 1963 FOOTBALL SEASON WAS FULL OF

21. Blue Intrasquad game March ball diamond Shannon, reserve over on the quarter-base- Ken Hubbs .its ups and downs but this is in the past. Now

backs Bruce Bennett,Kay Stephenson the Gators have opened spring drills for the 1964

"This spring Is a challenge to Jimmy Hall and Steve Spur- season in hopes of having a championship year.
( all of us," Graves said, referring rier will share signal calling duties Goes Home
t to the coming season which fea- .
tures five bowl teams on the Ga- Looking toward the coming sea-

tor schedule. "But we have a better son, Graves said, "It's a tough BROVO, Utah (UPI) -- The mutilated Over Weekend
1'1 balanced team than last year, schedule but we're looking for- body of Chicago Cubs sec-
and the best coaching staff since ward to the challenge."We ond baseman Ken Hubbs was sent
I've been at Florida." have a lot of young boys Sunday to the California city where Thinclads Fourth
Graves has numerous letter- who will probably figure in var- the smooth-fielding young major ;
men 'returning from 1963 plus a sity play plans and we have good league star first learned the funda-

large number of boys up from the senior leadership on the squad mentals of baseball. Lose 77-51?
Gymnasts
freshman and B-teams which he also." Meanwhile, Investigators triedto
believes will help the team. Graves said the Gators will pin-point the cause of a Utah
Three varsity players missed scrimmage each Saturday leadingup plane crash that claimed the livesof Florida's track team finished Florida State's Gymnasticsteam
yesterday's opening round. First to the spring game. the sure-handed infielder anda fourth in the Southeastern Conference beat the UF squad Satur-
companion. (SEC) indoor track meetat day 7751.

Hubbs' body was prepared for Montgomery, Alabama Satur- Of the eight events FSU took
Florida-Ole/ / Miss ClashIn shipment to Colton, Calif., a cityin day with a total of 15 points. first place in seven of them and
I the San Bernardino Valley where tied for first place in the other.
the young athlete grew up before Track power Tennessee took High scorer for FSU was John
achieving stardom in his first full first place with 28 points. Auburn Culbertson with 36 points, Bob
Conference Contest year In big league baseball. and LSU came in second and Hardwood led the Gators with 18.

The body of his life-long com- third respectively.Big .
panion, Dennis Doyle, also of Col-

A rapidly Improving MississippiRebel from friendly Florida Gym. ton, remained at a Provo mortuaryfor man for the Gators was 9Al R, CLASSiFiEDS
basketball team will play burial in Provo. Bill Crawford as he set a new
host to a slightly shaken Florida Floor mistakes and mental The two men, both from Col- SEC mark in the high jump of gET "R SuLIP.
Gator quintet tonight in a South- lapses .have hurt the Gators on ton, were killed instantly when a 6 feet 3 inches.
eastern Conference (SEC)encoun the road. light plane piloted by Hubbs
ter. plunged into Utah Lake west of ,"- a
Provo during a snowstorm."BULLY.
In a peculiar play against State PIPE CORNER
Ole Miss is led by Donnie Kes- Tom Baxley, usually one of the
singer, the SEC's No. 2 scorer Steadiest Gators, took the ball !
(23.4) and a probably all-SEC out of bounds after a basket. But,
selection for the second year in a instead of throwing the ball in toa 4"Breaking '
II
row. teammate, he dribbled the ball
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I
in over the end line fi
The Rebels defeatedGeorgia 80-

( 72 Saturday night for their fourth Coach Norm Sloan made one
win in conference play CoachEd ,
change against the Bulldogs. (( ,
Crawford's squad is now 46
Richard Peek started at center
in the SEC and 7-11 overall.
and Dick Tomlinson and Paul
Morton opened at the forward ....-
Florida's loss to the Mississippi posts. Normally Mont Highley "r.H _.
i.4 ., 1
:
,
State Bulldogs Saturday night left
operates in the pivot with Peek ..
the Gators with a 4-5 slate in i
and Tomlinson at forwards.
conference action and a 10-7 "Just Enough For A \i\\

ledger overall. CUBANA! ,
Dick Tomlinson and Brooks
Henderson, the scoring twins for .and it doesn't take J"
After slow start the Rebels
a the Gators in the first half of the much of .
have come on strong in the second to enjoy one IW
season, have both seen their .
half of the season. Ole Miss Alan's delicious full-
scoring averages. dwindle in" be
pipe can made cooler
victims include a pair of teams your by
somewhat during the second half. of-food sandwiches.
that topped Florida last week,Auburn Henderson is noho'ering around moistening the inside of the bowl with a little

.and state rival MississippiState. the 17 point mark and Tomlinsonis You'll do nip-ups/tool I water. Some even use a drop of honey and water

clip.hitting at a 16 point per game Maybe even nipdowns.FREE for quick carbonization. The proper "cake" is

L Mississippi doesn't have too DELIVERY

1. much height in its starting line-up. Gator fans can tune in the game Open 7 Days a WeekALAN'S important.MIKE'S

Ron Davidson, 6 feet 6-1/2 senior, tonight overVRUF radio startingat
Is the tallest Reb. 8:53 p.m.Florida CUBANA
x
TOBACCO & BOOKSTORE
Z The Gators may resort to any- will return home for a 6-1252
) thing in their bag of tricks in pair of conference contests this
S.E. 1st St. & 2nd Ave.
order to come up with an ade- weekend with Vanderbilt and next to Seagle Building

quate performance away Georgia Tech.
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