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The Florida AllIgatorVol.56





University of Florida, Gainesville Tuesday, Feb. 18, 1964

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Classroom BuildingConstruction




NearBy rte.




PATTI PITZ .

Staff Writer j) '

Construction of the first general use classroom said UF Consulting Architect Arnold Butt. '

I building In the history of the UF could be underwayby The estimated$1,392,000building was approved Fri- .c

next month if it is approved by the State Cabinet, day by the State Board of Control and If it receives

.. I.!, .1//..., m.t the approval of the cabinet, new .,.
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classroom facilities for 1,000 stu- -N

dei...s will be available bySeptember -
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AcqufaRefused/ 1965.

t The proposed four-story build-
;
Ing will be located between Tigert

: In New Ruby PleaDALLAS Hall said.and Walker Auditorium, Butt I


Designed by Jacksonville archi-
(UPIRight at the start of Jack Ruby's murder trails ,
tects Hardwick and Lee, it will
: yesterday, a defense lawyer said a sealed report by a court-
contain 18 classrooms, two small ar..
tappointed brain specialist showed the slayer suffers from :
lecture halls -- seating 80 stu-
::.: organic brain damage. But the court refused to direct a ';
: dents each, one large classroom
verdict of acquittal.
; seating 100 and two auditoriums
.> Judge Joe B. Brown also rejected a defense demand that all :*j. 150
seating each.
:: prospective jurors as well as spectators be searched for con-
The ground floor will hold the
':>, cealed weapons, on the ground that there is a "climate" in ;;J
lecture rooms and auditoriums, as
\ Dallas of fear and animosity. ,
-
l'W! .
well as classroom area. The sec : '
The 52-year-old striptease nightclub operator entered the V
\
'"' ond floor will be used for class- THE GATOR SYMPHONY BAND
: severe, dark oak-paneled courtroom through a little green door 1'to
.will hold their annual formal
rooms only. concert tonight at 8:15
be tried for his life In the slaying of accused presidential ";
Both of these floors will haveno
assassin Lee Harvey Oswald. Ruby smiled and said, "good : p.m. in the University Auditorium.Thomson .
outside windows and each class-
morning" to his lawyrrs. ..r
room will have individual air con-
Brown sent for a panel of 150 prospective jurors. Ruby sat '
ditioning controls.
at the defense table intently reading the list of names.t Ends
The building was designed for
The court questioned the jurors, white and Negro, men and }$ future use of mass media teach
women, behind closed doors. Fifteen women were excused. ij

The first 15 prospective jurors, three of them women, were i ing.
"By simply rearranging parti- Lectures
told to appear in court Tuesday morning for questioning. Their m. Today
tions we can accomodate the needsof
cards were the first ones chosen at lot by Brown. He shuffled '::.; the latest electronic equip-

the cards and cut them like a deck of playing cards, then drew .: ment," Butt explained. Virgil Thomson, Pulitzer Prize-winner writers ends his lectureson

the names. ; He said the building would be campus today and culminates his stay by leading the playing of

Brown routinely accepted the defense announcement that t flexible enough to convert easily his own piece, "Solemn Music" by the UF Gator Symphonic Band to-

"regretfully" Dallas attorney Tom Howard had withdrawn from to future needs.Corridors night. The band will be holding its -A- ..!.. -A-
:
the defense., and stairways will be annual formal concert starting at "

Howard, the first attorney to go to Ruby's aid, refused to .' outside and will handle the approximated 8:15: p.m. In the University Audi-
discuss the reasons but said, "We shook hands all around." : torium.
traffic of 3,500 stu-
The defense presented motions that the defendant be acquitted 't dents Thomson spoke last night In the
more easily.
). because he was insane at the time he pulled the trigger.and 'ffi ; University Auditorium on "The
the
The upper floors will house
that to try him would be to place him in double jeopardy. ij g: University College offices and offices role of the Universities in the

J.H. Tonahill of Jasper,.Tex., a big,burly man, here disclosed .t. for faculty members.A Creative Arts." lie speaks this s

part of the sealed report onacourt-orderedbrain examination { University College counseling afternoon at 2:30 p.m. In the Mu-

performed on Ruby.Greypup .r : sic Building Auditorium on "The
center and other lower division
(' '::-;. '>,'"'''''',':;': ', ':" .>,::::;:'?}?? :r:::;: ::;::;::::>:;:<<* :;w:.>. :" ..,. ,:( : ..,"y.>:; :N offices,will be located on the third Americanness of American Mu-


Busline Stalled floor. sic.lie" the Pulitzer Prize for his
AgainBy The fourth floor will contain won -- -- -

offices for 100 faculty members. music in the film "Louisiana THOMSON GOLDBERG

DON FEDERMAN Although some of the older Story" in 1949.

UF students and Gainesville merchants received another setback buildings have been converted to The Band's concert will also Top ViolinistTo

last night to have a Campus Buggy Service (Greypup) initiated on a general classroom use, Butt said feature the new "Symphony For

regular basis as city commission tabled the request Gordon Godfrey, this is the first to be built for Band" by American composer,

the company's financier,for a license to operate a campus jitney service. us of the university at large. Martin Gould. Sub-headed "The PerformSzymon

The setback arose from a legal Butt declined to describe the West Point Symphony," the num- Goldberg, one of the

complication in which the City Bother Me? architectural style of the build ber recalls glories and traditionsof world's top violinists,will perform

Transit Inc., the city's franchisedbus ing. "Don't try to put a styleon the nation's oldest military es- in the University Auditorium

line, contended that permissionto Overheard at the Pi Kappa it," he said. tablishment. tomorrow night at 8:15 p.m.

operate Greypup would involve Alpha fraternity house: "It Is difficult to build a build- Trumpet soloist Conrad Goldberg, born In Wloclawec,

the issuance of another franchise "I can't believe all the with such a program without some Rauschka, the band's assis- Poland in 1909, got his start in

which, by definition, would mean people that have stopped differences in appearances from tant conductor, will perform"The the musical world by playing hisbrother's

the need for a referendum. smoking since that govern- many of our existing buildings," Concert For Trumpet and Band"by mandolin.A .

James Wershaw, attorney for ment report was published." Butt added. Maurice Whitney.The wandering cantor saw the boy

Godfrey, however, said the fran- "It doesn't bother me; any- He commented, "The architect entire flute section, headedby playing and suggested to his

chise was "non-exclusive," which one can quit smoking, it takesa made a serious effort to producea graduate assistant William parents that he learn the violin.

meant that a license to operate MAN to face cancer!" building in harmony with other Prescott, will be spotlighted In The boy learned quickly and withina
could be without the need the performance of "Flute Cock-
granted structures on campus. year's time he was studying with
for a franchise.He tail" by Harry Simeone.A Mlchalowicz, a teacher of child

said city attorney Osee Fagan selection rommissionedbythe prodigies.

was in agreement with him and City of Tulsa, and bearing that After a stay In Germany he left

that he had documented proof of title, will also be performed. in 1934 for Italy, forming a sonata

his former contention with a copy IN I' ", I I Other numbers include a sym- ensemble which toured Europe and

of the original franchise amend- phonic march, "The Sinfonians," the Orient.

the voters of by Clifton Williams; the intro-
ment passed by Goldberg was touring Java when
duction to the third act of "La-
Gainesville in 1955.
the Japanese took over that
Wershaw said the purpose of hengrin;" a new arrangement of country. He was thrown Into

Greypup was not to compete with r the folk song, "Greensleeves;" prison and remained there three
the overture to "Hansel and Gre-
transit line in
the city already years.
tel," by Humperdinck; and selected -
operation. His wife was also Imprisonedand

"The Campus Buggy Serviceis marches. only saw him for five monthsof

not to be a competitive ser- those three years. She hid

vice; it will be supplemental," Leg CouncilA his Stradivarius violin so the

he said. "The city is growingand Japanese could not find it and returned

such a service is needed." it to her husband.In .

He added Greypup will load on meeting of the Legislative 1947, he returned to Europefor

campus, travel only on 13th Street --- ,--.. Council is scheduled for tonightin concerts there and came to
324 of the Florida Union.
and University Avenue, make no room the United States in 1948, almosta
intermediate stops and unload onlyat ARCHITECT'S CONCEPTION On the agenda is a report from decade after he planned to come

the vicinity of the Court House. the committee investigating the here.A .
removal of Barbara Keller from
"It will not interfere with city notable recital In Carnegie
transportation, for it provides for .of the UF's first general classroom building which the Student Board of Publications. Hall four years ago welcomed

(See GREYPUP, Page 3)) may have its groundbreaking here next month. Goldberg back to Americap



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2 The Florida Alligator I Tuesday, Feb. 18, 1964






Packaged News For Students On The Go_


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Pipe CutGUANTANAMO Baker Probe Tax CutWASHINGTON Missiles FiredCAPE FEC StrikeCAPE


KENNEDY (UPI) -- KENNEDY (UPI) --
UPIThe
NAVAL WASHINGTON UPI) --The (
BASE, Cuba (UPI) -- This Senate Rules Cor.imittee resumed House and Senate worked The United States yesterdayfired Both sides in the 13-month
U. S, naval base used a chain Its investigation yes- throughout yesterday to fash- its mightiest war-ready strike against the Florida
rrF saw In spectacular fashion terday of Robert G. "Bobby" ion a final compromise tax missiles on routine test East Coast Railway agreed
; ? yesterday to publicly sever Baker's financial deal- cutting bill for President flights over the Atlantic and yesterday to meet with Assis-
r. Its last connection to Cuban Ings with a closed-doorques- Johnson's signature. Signs Pacific oceans. tant Labor Secretary JamesJ.
water. tioning of one of his key busi- pointed to agreement some- Reynolds today to head off
Rear Adm. John D. IIulkef ness associates. time today.A resumption of space center

ley, commander of the base, joint conference committee picketing. '
The Air Force shot a ;
ordered the water pipes pub- 1'1 by Rep. Wilbur Mills, J
Titan 2 ICBM from
'' licly cut because he said, D-Ark., met behind closed powerful
{ "Castro Is calling me a liar." Court DecisionWASHINGTON doors all day. Vandenberg Air Force Base, Plane Repaired J
Calif., on a 5,000 mile i ;
iw
; Bulkeley described as The tax cut was expectedto
"hogwash" Castro's claims (L'PIThe show up in the form of shot along the Pacific mis- :
that the base has been using Supreme Court ruled yester- fatter payche cks the first sile range at 11:25 a.m. WASHINGTON (UPI) -- An 0

w Cuban water on the sly day in a far-reaching decis- week In March. The committee Air Force X15 rocket ship Y:
} "We haven't done it, we ion that the Constitution requires already has agreed to which crash-landed at Mud if.
won't accept Cuban water in their U. S. congressional withholding rate from 18 rocket from the submerged has been repaired and modified $
the future," the admiral saidas tricts on an equal populationbasis. to 14 per cent immediatelyto submarine USS James to reach speeds closeto .M
the pipe-cutting ceremonygot The vote was six to pump $800 million a month Monroe off the Florida coast 6,000 miles per hour, it :%
underway. hree.M' into the national economy. 48 minutes later. was announced yesterday. :if'Wj


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With Greeks I PrOGram In Full Swina

." ."

Turkish Cypriots Battle The Gator Party platform plank vial function, normally dinner"I
concerning an International host am sure we all realize th
program will be in full swing this Increasing role of the internatiom
-
week, said Alberto Laverde. 3BS. student here at the University POLLS, Cyprus (UPI) Heavily capital of Nicosia. present fighting flared last
general. chairman of the program. Florida, and this program wi:)
armed Greek She was one of the Turkish
Cypriots surrounded December.The .
The foster closer relation
program puts on a regu- certainly a
700 Turkish Cypriots including Cypriots who fled into their tiny Greek Cypriots so far have
lar basis visits by international ship and cultural exchange betwee
weeping and children dur- hillside quarter less than half a assault the
women not attempted an on
students to fraternity and soror- American students and our stu
ing the night and there fears mile away from the main area of Turkish
were main Cypriot quarter were houses "
ity to private homes. dents from other lands, Laverd
yesterday for their safety unless the town where Greek Cypriots scores of the Turkish Inhabitantsof There are 675 foreign students
help arrived. displayed a new armored the Greek took said.He
quarter refugein
from 73 countries enrolled in the added, "I expect a tremen
bulldozer, rifles, Stenguns and statueof
the Hinton School near a '
university. dous response to the program.1Persons
There casual- shotguns in an indication of K e mal Attaturk founder of to the meet in
was no report on According plan, each fra- wishing to
ties in the night-long fighting. possible attack. modern Turkey. ternity and sorority will Invite at ternational students in their private
"We want soldiers British British officials announced they Every second man In the Greek least ,
one foreign student at least homes should contact Albert
sollders -- *o help us," a Turkish were sending 100paratroopershere Cypriot quarter Monday appeared once a month: to come to some so- Laverde at the ATO house.
Cypriot woman with tears stream- but none had arrived by early armed with a rifle, Stengun or
afternoon and the situation was shotgun. This contrasted with the
Ing down her cheeks said at the
troubled spot in northwestern tense. surrounding Turkish Cypriots Engineering & Science
Cyprus about 60 miles from the United Nations Cyprus observer where no weapons were visible.
Indian Gen. Prem Singh Byani Some men inside the school were
arrived by helicopter with a Bri- believed to be armed. Degree Candidates (BS, MS, PhD)

tish officer in what was believedto Byani and the British officer FOR

Art Show HeldRoten be the first actual U.N. inter- were trying to negotiate a cease
vention in the crisis since the fire. Broad InvolvementIN

-
THE ENTIRE
Gallery prints will highlight -
the Sidewalk Art Show being See What's Qffisjto New in
held in the Plaza of the Americas spacetechnology

on Wednesday, Feb. 19.

The Browse Shop
This exhibition, sponsored by
the Fine Arts Committee, will Include -
original Picasso and Chagall Join Pan Am's Guided Missiles Range Division of
lithograph prints selling from $16 Qualify PaperbacksA Cape Kennedy, Florida. Engineers and scien-
to $200. This all-day affair will tists with PAN AM at the Atlantic Missile Range i
provide students with an opportu- (AMR) must match the capabilities of each new
nity to display or sell their own launch vehicle(spacecraft or missile)with range instrumentation -
work. systems of equal or greater ac-
FRIEND IS SOMEONE WHO LIKES YOU
I
curacy. This means advanced study of the j>vs.
.Anglund tems and vehicles to be tested .. each more,!
All prints will be held in the sophisticated than the last.
LOVE IS A SPECIAL WAY OF FEELING .Anglund
Florida Union Craft Shop until In 10 years of range planning engineering and opera-
Saturday, Feb. 22. Viewing time SPRING IS A NEW BEGINNING ..AnglundFOR tion of AMR for the Air Force Missile Test Center,

will be from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. YOU WITH LOVE .Anglund Pan Am's GMRD has created a new continually
every day. evolvln, range technology. To match the flight
parameters of the new programs such as APOLLO

TEST VEHICLES, SATURN BOOSTERS, TITAN III,
HAPPINESS IS A THUMB & BLANKET .Schulz and GEMINI Important assignments are open in Advanced -
Planning/Range Development/Systems En-
KLEAN-A-MATIC SECURITY IS A THUMB & BLANKET .Schulz gineering/Facilities Engineering/Base and Down

Range Operations.

LAUNDRY AND CAMPUS INTERVIEWSTUESDAY

THE FEMININE MYSTIQUE .FriedmanTHE
00 [ & WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3 & 4
PROPHET .Gibran
DRY CLEANINGUNDER
Arrange an appointment with your
THE FORERUNNER .Gibran Placement L'rector now.

PROSE POEMS .Gibran Or ti:rite to .U r. Harry Ensley
NEW Manager of College Relations

MANAGEMENTQUALITY

GUIDED MISSILES

IS The BROWSE SHOP
I iJlP RANGE DIVISIONPAN

OUR SPECIALTY1722W.
AMERICAN WORLD AIRWAYS INC.
Campus Shop I Bookstore
750 South Orlando Ave.. Cocoa Beach, Florida
Univ.i Ave.
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TuesdayFeb. la, 1964 The Florida' Alligator Page 3

T I Heart Fund Nears Goal I, l \t- .,." J..


Over $1,000 and more than half the goal for the 1964 UF Heart Fund
Drive has been collected already,campus drive chairman,Al Schlechtersaid.
,
Two Saturday "stop-the-traffi'" collections at major Gainesvilli

intersections have netted $1,02( ; ,
of the $2,000 goal in the annual v
Sigma Phi Epsilon (SPE) spoor- -
.
t sored drive. .
The UF chapter of SPE, in par ,-

ticipation with 165 other chapters: ,
in the United States, is fast approaching
;)., .'
it's last year's drive

total of $1,127, SUilechter said.
Two 22-inch trophies are '
:
awarded by SPE each year to the
UF fraternity and sorority thai ( '
hi
when are65and collects the greatest amount oi: t.

35% contributions during February,
National Heart Month.
good marks? Phi Delta Theta and Phi Mu i -

won the trophies last year. This
year in fraternity competition, the :
Phi Delta Theta's are again in the

lead, with Alpha Gamma Rho asa
v close contender, Schlechter re T
F ported. There were no sorority *,.>
4 1, W lC.p
ig- results available. M4a.I '
if r .. .., ...
This year's drive will includea --- '"-- --- -

carwash scheduled for this Sat MAKING PLANS FOR INTERNATIONAL WEEK
urday and door-to-door collect
ions by SPE members this Sun
f i iI day, which is Heart Sunday. .are left to right, Glenn Farris, advisor to Foreign Students, Luis Sanchez, 4AR,

The Heart Fund Drive, a national Juan Quesada, 4BA, and Carlos Piedra, 4AS. The Week begins Friday.

I f service project of SPE,
is a project in which Approximately -
/
; // 6,000 SPE members across the

nation are now participating.
Florida Blue Keyers


GreypupContinued



( From Page 1)) Start Training ProgramBY

;; 'i? "
a different clientel, he said.
i/4 r/i Fred Lane, Student Government
treasurer representing the UF student -
; body said in the past four JAY IIAVISER assistant bureau chairman, said. "An effort is made to send a student -
; A years, students had continuously Staff Writer Before final selection, the applicants to his home area If at all

complained; of inadequate transportation rU F's largest student-manned are interviewed to deter- possible. Speakers are sent in
on the part of the city public relations venture, the Blue mine how they will among other pairs, boy and girl, where pos
transit line and that they (the Key speakers bureau, began in things, handle themselves under sible.
syj students) had no knowledge of the earnest with a training session questioning, Abbott said. "The administration, realizingthe
1 bus routes or time tables. He held in the Florida Union Sunday '*! have never been more Impressed good-will created for the university -

% added that Greypup would be a valuable afternoon. with the university stu- excuses the speakersfrom
i concept for the student body. During the month of March, dent than I have been during this classes when necessary," he
'/;%%- : the Flori- selection period," Graham said. said.
.1 Frank .]Mills, drivgj w-XCity students selected by
/, f Transit, hqwever, said that a bus da Blue Key speaker's bureau will "I believe the applicants we had Speakers are volunteers and are
this the highest moti- not paid. They are reimbursed for
.runs both ways every 15 minutes. appear as guest speakers for civic year are
4z: ', lid; After arguments from the floor groups throughout the state. vated group we have ever had. travel and meal expenses only.
According to the speaker's man-
salesmenof They are interested and repre-
were presented, Howard "These speakers are
McKinney, commissioner, asked the UF," said James L. "Jim" sent more than the average stu- ual, each student prepares his own
individual The speech,
speech.
i
ss.. hat a license be refused Godfrey Graham, 4LW, chairman of the dent.
rather than presenting the UF in
"We had a difficult time makinga
since the buses run every 15 selection and training committee.
Tiinutes. "Their product is higher edu- selection. Many of those we general, deals with a specific area
had to turn down due to limited with which the speaker familiar."In .
i However, Commissioner Edwin cation and the UFo Their clientsare
training i sessions, the
funds would have been an assetto
Andrews requested a tabling the people of the state.
assistance In
speaker receive
notion so that the attorney for the Before the deadline, over 100 the program. may "
"The quality of speakers will preparation and delivery, Gra-
his returned both
transit company could present applications were by
ham said "but the speech is basic-
will ,
do much to promote good
ide. This motion was carried, men and women students Inter- "
when they're md it appears final action may ested in the program. About 60 and present a good image of the ally the product of the individual.
In a question-and-answer per-
ome at next Monday night's speakers, including a It ern ate s, university.
DACRON "Letters were sent to civic iod following the speech, the
65% neeting. will be chosen, George Abbott,
troups in January informing them speaker must be prepared to ans-

& 35% cottonin @* :::!:: mmmtr.: m\!! :\'::!a '*' ttr.! @' :uo/.l.::r&:1.m": :: @<<<< ':::M t. of the possible speakers," Abbott wer any question that may be asked
said. "Response and interest concerning the University. .
Post-Grad shown by clubs has been very en- "Some of the questions asked
couraging. To date 50 groups have by the club members can be pretty
slacks byh.i.s requested speakers." difficult," Abbott said. "I wasa

The speakers will cover an area speaker last year, it was reallyan
from Quincy and Jacksonville on experience."
and Sarasota The speaker's bureau has beena
the north to Ft. Pierce -
to the south. Blue Key project since 1932,

William R. Swain, 4LW, chair- interrupted only during the war

man of this year's program said, years.

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M'f1iE US SElJd&uS 1VPESRfliteR


I eat.'tioa-i.a.Is:: : I NEAR T oRU wooLD Qivt THAN


t'u.KiLL fl yas H7ra .




So Stop Twisting \



Awright, I'll give to your charity. So now will you quit twistingmy wIVE
arm?
This is the time of year when many charities are making their l vR,,
annual bids for public contributions. And when some overzealous R, l

procuror for the public cause puts the pressure on us to give to his
"pet" charity the above statement becomes almost the natural response \ c/on

; and yet, most of us recognize It as being a paradox of rea- rr

soning. II '4 \ o ts
For the very essence of giving Is in the donor's natural responseto (/
'
the need of others.So !
r r 1

1 1r

when our arm is twisted to the point of making us reach into r :

our wallet for a tinkling (or rustling, if the pressure is especially
I high) search for relief, we are not giving at all. The person doing
the twisting isn't collecting charity; he's stealing, and the most Important -
thing he takes from us is the opportunity to give.
And speaking of giving..driving past the Intersection of 13th Street rrr r
and University Avenue during the past two months we have been given
the opportunity to do just that. During January it was for the Marchof

Dimes, February for the Heart Fund. IT KIND OF WARMS THE HEART



The fraternities performing these functions have already been LETTERS:

praised for their unselfish contribution of their time, and their remarkable -

tenacity to the job during all kinds of Inclement weather. Criticizes Goldwater SupporterEDITOR
Nothing has been said, however, about how the function has been

performed.At .
each approach to the intersection stands a person wearing a
comment. Africa and Cyprus, U. S. policy
sandwich the of the collection. As each :
sign explaining purpose car
to believe that Is to blame. But what would Gold-
Hedges seems
is Inevitably stopped by the co-operative light, another walks up to
water have done in
? Wouldhe
+ the United States control all Cyprus
can
the window and asks "Would you like to contribute to the heart fund?". Fred Hedges' letter of Febru-
The slightest indication of negation sends him on his way and thereis ary 11, in which he attempts to events which happen abroad, and have invaded and taken over the
that all unfavorable happenings are Island as a reprisal for the bomb-
place the entire blame for unfavorable -
no pressure other than one's own conscience.Thus .
world events on U. S. the fault of government policy. ing of our embassy? And how
foreign policy, deserves rpme Thus, when trouble occurs in East would he have avoided the trouble?

the process continues with the tireless dedication known Another curious argument of
to and the rolls In in stream in- Hedges' is his criticism of our"nowin"
a
only a fraternity pledge; money What's On Over There?
Going Viet Nam
terruped by frequent good-natured refusals and an occasional grouch.All policy in South ,

this, in the final analysis, provides funds for the charities, con- which he claims "sacrifices
structive activity for the pledges, and an opportunity for benign American lives every day." Does
EDITOR: authentic military training.My he believe that a "win" policy
editorial editors to say a kind word about someone.So .
source of information was the sacrifice of
here it is. would not mean
Just last week I learned that Mr. Edward Richer, humanities
Thank you gentlemen for receiving rather than collecting, and for .many more American lives?
ROTC cannot allow conscientious instructor and junior faculty advisor The Goldwater belief that an economic -
presenting us with (both past and future) the opportunity to give,
science to the Student Peace Union.
objectors to their military the
would
rather than making us let you take,......and for being easier on our squeeze cause
arms. courses, because the armed ser- I think this information should be Communist system to weaken is
vices has declared that con- made known to the entire campus. also difficult to support. Such

W. C. N. scientious objection applies only to According to Mr. Richer, the measures have been ineffective in
regular service officers in chargeof the past. Furthermore, western
Writer BlastsSpoils' ROTC on this campus do recog- trade with the east European coun-

i Source Of ROTCEDITOR nize the existence bonafide pacifists tries has had a favorable result,in
Compulsory but they are not authorizedto that It has made them less econ-
SystemEDITOR exempt them from what has been omically dependent on the Soviet

: of overwhelming student opinionin passed off hitherto as "military Union, which has led to their increasing -
The source of compulsion in favor of such a substitution, : training." autonomy.
COMPULSORY ROTC? the administration of the Univer- U a student claiming to be a Another basic error in the Gold-
ITEM: LandGrantCollegeMyth sity of Florida refuses to con- I hesitate writing this letter pacifist impresses the local com- water position is the belief that
: Since 1940 (by act of Con- sider the matter. for fear that it be a waste of time; mandant as "for real"objector, Communism can be conquered by
gress), replacement of com- I have deduced from your cover- he may be allowed to avoid comingtoo force alone. Most right-wingers
pulsory by voluntary programs has The difference between F. S. U. age of the election that you are close to rifles, but the remainder have little, If any, concern about
been placed at the option of and UF? Who runs may read. vehemently pro-Gator Party. Although of the program is none- social-economic conditions In underdeveloped -
the administrative controlling body Can we really expect an administration friends have told me you theless compulsory.Now countries. They oppose -
of the individual land grant dominated by retired or can't print this letter now, I have either ROTC is or is not foreign aid and have little Interest -

college. reserved colonels, viceadmiralsand faith that you possess some journa- military training at the level of in the type of governmentwhich
ITEM: F. S. U.: Florida other part-time soldiery to listic responsibility. the Basic Courses, which are the rules a country as long as
State University has a- bite the hand that feeds them? While on my wat to vote ThursdayI courses made compulsory for 't Is antiCommunist.Mr. .

dopted a voluntary program. was approached three different freshmen and sophomores. And Hedges, what triumphs uo
ITEM: U. of F.: In the face James C. Dacey, Jr. 7AS times by members of three if it is NOT military training-- you think Goldwater would have

different fraternities. They requested which seems an increasingly achieved, had he been President

The Florida AlligatorServed that I, after voting, plausible hypothesis--then per- during the last three years, which
purport to belong to their fraternityand haps someone in authority on this Kennedy and Johnson did not

by United Press International turn in a paper with the name campus better tell us exactly whatis achieve?

Editor ...... ......... ... ......... .... ... ...... .. .Walker Lundy of each's fraternity. When I asked going on over there. Think before you answer.

Managing Editor .... ... .... ..... .... ... ...... . Bill Fuller what purpose this would serve,
answered that a fraternity on Fletcher L. Rozman, 7AS
Assistant Managing Editor .. .. .... .... .. .. .John Asklns they -ynn 2UC Stephen
the Gator side whould It win world
Editorial Editor ... ...II. . ... ... II' .. Wayne Norfleet ,
Sports Editor ...... .... .. ... .. .. .. II. .. .. .. .Glenn Laney receive ment positions a share of directly student propor-govern- Alligator Staff Gets Plaudits

Wire Editor .. ...... .. II. .... .. II' II' II... Bob Thomas
tional to how of Its members
many
Feature Editor ... ....... ... .. .. .. .. II. ... .Cynthia Tunstall EDITOR:
vote. Also fraternities assign
Campus Living Editor ....... ..... .. .. ... Judy Lynn Prince ,
numberof
Editorial Assistants..John Hancock. Ernie Lttz, Gail Sobering. their members a certain I am sure I speak for many students when I herewith con-
Nancy Zlmmet, Betty Wendt, Betsy Garrison Stele Vaughn: Carl slips to have turned in; if these gratulate the entire staff of "The Alligator" for continuing to

Hayes, and Sue, Dobbie.Reporters..Mtke quotas are not met,the fraternities do a tremendous job In putting out a daily newspaper.So .
Power, Jim Castello. Phil Hevener. Joel Gaston, are fined by the Party.As often, the sincere work of those who publish the paper goes

Douglas Moll tor, Donita Mathison, Sally Stock. Carol obi l Ann an unaffiliated IndependentI unnoticed. That is, it Is taken for granted. It's so etsy to com-
that there are no "spoils. *
Carter, Joe Kollin, Pam Pulley. Agnes Foul*?, Bot Pe Loach, hope plain, but so often accolades are in order.
Fran Snider, Fred Lone, Kathrine Duda, Jean Facet, Judy Teich, But If there unfortunately are, I As a graduate in journalism from Northwestern now doing graduate
candidates
Evan Engle, George Mims, Phil Geyer, Don Fe.:11."l'm.llBed.: ..)' Cuum, hope not deceived the winning by these "support"are work here at Florida University, I have seen hundreds of
Larry Zimmerman, Jackie Cornelius, Pat Hogan, Charner Powell, canpus newspapers. And I am sincere when I say "The Alli
Pltz Sue figures. gator" is just as fine, if not the finest, of them all.
Pattl Gary Williams Don Davis, Terry Rogers, Hausted,
Joyce Kilmer, George Elmore, David Sumner, Jay HaUser, Joe Name Withheld The newspaper publishes a wide variety of campus news,
Ziegler, and Joy Cherry. Includes local and national events, and utilizes plenty of white
(Editor's Note -- Steve Freed- space and good type. And the distribution of the paper is ex-

THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Is the official student newspaper of man, President Ken Kennedy's Administrative cellent.
Assistant has denied All In all, "The Alligator" can compete well with many
the University of Florida and Is published five times weekly except very
'during the months of May, June, and July, when a weekly issue is pub- that any sort of fine Is levied local city newspapers now being published everywhere.

lished. THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is entered as second class matter against fraternities not turningin
lat the United State Post Office at Gainesville, Fla. a quota of check-off slips. Larry McKittrick



NEWS BRIEFS Tuesday, Feb. 18, 1964 The Florida Alligator Page 5

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URA Officers Elected I College Proposal Near !

Pros and cons on the separationof A preliminary draft of the pro-
the College of Arts andSciencesInto posal will then be reviewed by all
Bob Mounts was elected Jresl-' YR members plan to attend the two separate sections have all Interested faculty and administrators -
dent for the University Religious quarterly state Young Republicans Engineers' WeekThe been heard by the Study Committeeon before a final recommendationis

Association Sunday. Meeting Feb. 28, 29 and March College of Science Proposal made. .
Also elected were Jean Outler, 1 at Outrigger Inn InSt.Peters North Central Florida Chap Chairman Peter Regan said yes-

vice president; Kathy James, burg. ter of the Florida Engineering* terday. An end of February deadlinewas

secretary; and George J. Blaha, Plans for this meeting will be Scolety is sponsoring a variety of "Now the committee digestingall originally set by Pres. J.

treasurer. made at the next meeting, Feb.27. activities promoting observance of the evidence and plans to for- Wayne Retiz, but this has been
Mounts said he would announce All interested are Invited to attend. National Engineer's Week includ- mulate a proposal within the next relaxed and the final report may

plans /or the coming year shortly. ing a public exhibition focusing week," he said. be Issued early In March.&eamL.

Delta SigmaNew UF Press SeriesThe attention on the engineering pro-


pledges for the trimester UF Press has embarked on fession.The Upsilon Chapter of Sigma

for Delta Sigma PI Business Fra- a series of facsimile reprint edi- Tau Fraternity Is coordinating all
ternity are: Dave Barrier, Chet tions of rare and long out-of- activities associated with the exhibition : I IAuthor

Cornwall, Charles Crawford, Robert print books on Latin America.The and extends an invitation to

! Ellis, Allen Kennel,Don May- series will be known as the everyone interested to participatein
hue, Ken Sperrlng and Richard "Latin American Gateway Series" observance of the event. ( of "Rally Round the Flay, Boys" !"
and'Barefoot With Cheek )
I Sunderland. and will be published under the Boy

Pledge Kent Sperring, has been general editorship of A. Curtis
I offered membership in the National Wilgus.All Rawlings Hall

Honorary Fraternity of Beta original content of the works
Residents of Rawlings Hall recently -
. Gamma Sigma. will be reproduced In licsimlle elected officers for the EVOL SPELLED BACKWARDS IS LOVE

Sperring will graduate In April form, but with a new introduction, winter trimester. Marlon Arey

and is In the top ten per cent of notes and index.Faculty. was named president of South They met. HiM heart leapt. "I love you!" he cried.
his class. He Is a major in Manage-
News Rawlings and Bobbi Thorne was "Me I too, heyl"! she cried.
ment. elected president of North Raw-
lings. "Tell me," he cried, "are you a girl of expensive| taste?"

Heidingsfield Visiting speakers in the collegeof Sharla McConkey was chosen "Xo, hey," she cried "I am a girl; of pimple tauten."
medicine this week Include Dr.
president of the Honor Council. cruel father sends allowance
iood cried "for
( he my : me
John B. Lyon, from the dept. of
Dr. Myon S. Heidingsfield spoketo
Other officers included Gail life."
barely largo enough; to xupport
at
biochemistry Emory Universitywho
International of
the Fraternity
and Moore named
Delta Sigma PI on the "Attributesof will speak on "A New Acti- vice Henniger presidents Judy of South and, North "Money: doc not matter to me," she cried. "My: tauten are

Successful Business Manage- vator for Muscle Glycogen." Halls respectively. simple; my wants are few. Just take me riding: in a long;, new,
ment." Also speaking are Dr. Gerald yellow convertible and I nm content."

Heidingsfield Is a faculty brother Goldstein, associate professor of C-1 FilmsThe "(:Joodhye," he cried, and ran away HH fast as his little

of Delta Sigma PI and is teachingat microbiology at the University of stumpy legs would carry him, for he had no yellow convertible,
C-1 Department Is sponsor-
the university of a Food Fair Virginia on "Preparation and Uses nor the money to buy one, nor the means" to get the moneyshort -
ing the showing of films, "Com-
Grant. of Fluorescein and Rhodamine the ankles and shaking
father
his
of picking up stingy by
labeled Antibodies and Dr. munlsm: The Soviet Model" and
him till his wallet fell out.
"
Theodore Lid, professor of psy- "How the Soviet Economy Works,
Young RepublicansThe
I chiatry at Yale, on "Family Stu- in recreation areas this week. "
The films should aid students in 1.z
dies of Schizo-
ajd a Theory
Young Republican (YR) National
the study of communism, C-1 Department .
Convention will be held in phrenl.
head H.J. Doherty said.
Miami next year, it was announcedto Dr. Herbert Kaufman was I. .
Tonight, the films, each lasting ......' '
the local YR group. selected as one of Florida's Five
30 minutes long, will be shownin t. .i
Men the
Officers elected Thursday were: Outstanding Young by .. ,; :.
Graham Area Recreation Roomat _
Florida Junior Chamber of Com-
Steve Dalton, president Richard
;
Woodworth, vice-president; Rita merce. The selection was 7:30 p.m. at and In Yulee Recreation lam dC1adfld(rt'sk J/IJ flthxiutJ, % k jdmtledHe
Room 9:30 p.m.
Traver, secretqry, and Chuck Wil- announced at the Jaycees' Winter
Tomorrow the films will be featured -
son, treasurer. New directorsare Conference In Panama City Satur-
: Merle Dimbath, Ed White and day. at Fletcher Hall Lounge, knew he must forget/: thin girl, hut lying on his pullet at

Cal Hiibner,_... 7 p.m., and South Hall Recrea- the dormitory, whimpering| :rind I moaning;, ho knew he c'ollMllot,
tion Room, 9 p.m.
Professors TappedTwo idea to him he did not have the
Thursday, they will be shown in At last an cuine : though I

J.' UF chemistry professorshave the Hume Recreation Room at {9 1II01to buy a convertible, |rhapH he had enough/: to f'IItllll'l!

been tapped as guest lectur- p.m. Hoc| reborn, he rushed on his little stumpy. legs (curious to

ers for a special National Science tell, he wan nix feet lull, l Imt> all hiM, life he suffered from! little

g4. Foundation institute updating high Ktumpy logs) he rushed, I my, to an automobile rental coni| aiiy
school chemistry teachersin Meeting TonightA and rented a yellow convertible for $10 down plun' ten rent a

Michigan this summer.Dr. mile. Then, with many a laugh; and cheer! he drove away to
Harry Sisler, head of the meeting of the Agronomy and pick up the girl.:
Soils Club will be held tonightat
University's Department Chem 210 "Oh, Hilly I !I" hi ic cried when "she saw the cur. "Thin" wilt' my
7:30 in Room McCarty
: p.m. ,
istry and Dr. John F. Baxter, Hall. pimple tastes to a 'TV Conic, let us speed| over rolling highroad. /:
; head of Its division of general "
t chemistry will join seven other A color film, "Breakthrough," and through/: lxky dt'IIH.

prominent chemistry educa- will be shown at the meeting. Away they drove. All that day and night: they drove and

tors from across the nation in the Refreshments will be served finally, tired hut happy, they |Nirkc
doseALUMNI NSF project at Hope College in after the meeting. Everyone is ":\( ?" he wiid.
Invited to attend.
Holland, Mich. "I unn, yum," she, said.They .

lit their Marlhonm. They puffed with deep, contentment. .

"You know," he fetid, "you, are like u \Iltrlll"ru-clcnll
and fresh and! relaxing.; "

I Not C3ersDespair "\"c"*, I ,am clean and fresh mid! relaxing" "she, admitted.
,- --' Despair "Hut, all the sonic, there I.i a l big difference between Marllionw'

RUNNING and me. decant1; I do not hove an efficacious white Helrctratrfilter.
."'

R. A. Greene, Jr. a not, If you, as a C3 deans asked for the autobiographies They, laughed.; 1 They kisn-d., He xertuincd.,
1962 of the UF student wrote an abominable for their permanent files,"
graduate
"\\ lilt N it, hey?" she, a"kcd I, her attention aroused.
hodge-podge autobiography for said Wise.
Law School, has announcedhe your first writing lab and then Wise stressed that the autobio "I.ook tit the Hjxrdometer" ," he wiid. "We have driven 2X(

is a candidate for re- found out this frightful piece of IItIrapbles were used only for coun- mile, and tl:.. car (..u"t.tell. C''lIt.II. mile!, and! I have only

election to the office of erature was to be forever in your seling purposes by the admini MO left."

Public Defender to the permanent record file stratlon. "The files are not keptas "Hut that i i" exactly enough! ," Muwild.1, ,
a showcase of the student's
"\"('"," he. said"' "hut we still ))111\'(' to drive home."
Eighth Judicial Circuit.Convention writing ability, as Is often
---.- 'The logic behind assigning the thought," he said. "t Ili.." she\ ad.! They rnllltu a profound gloom. He started
autobiographical paper first," the motor and hacked out of the! jxirking place.

SetThe professor said Philip of English Bradshaw and, associate C3 writing E. H. Cox, assistant dean of 0011 I fey, look!1"she ried." "Tin spe| 'd tmaeter doesn't move when

lab instructor, "Is to have a the University College, said that you are barking up.
national convention of the subject any student can write on the papers are infrequently used. He looked. It was true. "Eureku!" he cried "That solves

Young Republicans' Club will be and to give the instructor an Introduction my proMem. 1 will drive home in re\erj. Then no more mill

held in Miami next year, accord- the student personally, "However, the few times I have will rcgi-tcr on the pjiectloiiictcr ;md I will have enough money

Ing to the local club. as well as his writing capablUused them with counseling problems tojwy!r'

ties." they have been most help- "I 1 think. that i Is a I'1II11.I.ir'K. idea," lilaC xaid, and she was right
No plans for the meeting have ful," Cox said. He said the sys- liecaii-e today our hero in in the county jail w"ere1(1(1, clothing

yet been announced. J. Hooper Wise, chalrmanofthe tem had been In effect for over and lodging; arc provided free of charge, and his allowance

C3 department, said that dean's 20 years and that the papers were 5" piling up ho fast that in two or three. year he will have

Members of the club plan to offices often needed biographical strictly for counseling use. enough' !. money to take his girl riding again./ c.atet Wa...........

attend the quarterly state Young material to help students with *
Republicans' meeting Feb. 25-29 counseling problems. "The administration has no interest -
Marlboro Cilia" tea, good at they are, should not be smoked
and Mar 1 in St.Petersburg.Con- in the autobiographies as
backirardt. We the makers of Marlboro mod earnestly
gressman Bill Cramer and U. S. writing specimens, and the files
to light only the tobacco end. Otherwise your
senator will be the keynote speakers. "When they found we,required are not open to the public," Cox smoking urge you pleasure ulll be substantially dlmtnlihed.tMPtlS .
such papers from students, the said.



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This Professor Crist Loves




.t i To Walk Where He's Going

-
p Pay attention, students complaining "Only by walking can one see in human outcroppings Instead of
a because they don't have the bald eagle in the tree out in rock outcropping and cul-
cars to drive: Dr.Raymond Crist, Lake Alice or find the first vio- tural sedimentation instead of geo-
resident professor of geography, let (I saw my first one last Sun- logical sedimentation."
walks five or six miles a day because day), or a family of raccoons at As a geographer, Dr. Cristtra-
t he likes it. play, or watch the buds graduallyset veled all the way from Mexicoto
II love to walk," Dr. Crist on the wild plum trees. Patagonia In everything from ox
said. "I walk all the time." "One iQ able to think while carts to jet planes but he still
r t e I Dr. Crist lives only a mile away walking. Whole paragraphs beginto likes walking best as "an essential -
from the university, but he walksto take form and can readily be part of thorough Investi-
his office in Floyd Hall by way written down when one gets backto gation."
of Fraternity Row, so that the his desk. Walking helps to wash Asked about the walking craze
trip will be a mile longer."I the cobwebs out of the brain," last year, Dr. Crist responded,
!_ usually walk 5 or 6 miles Dr. Crist said. "It seemed a bit off base to me
)J-r a day." Dr. Crist said, and added, Dr. Crist really got a chanceto to just suddenly start walking.
0If : "A lot of times I walk through practice his walking when he There should be moderation In all
II't' .I Willmont Gardens and past Lake lived in Latin America for fifteen things, Including walking. But
..... r.:
g.-
lie geologistand don't walk enough. They
Alice on the way home. It makes years. was people
= + s wyy s I' the trip four miles longer." had to walk hundreds of miles like to say they don't have enough
; B TM "One gets away from the com- through Western Venezuela while time, but they find time enough to
,+A + pletely man-made enviroment and looking for rock outcroppings that go to the movies. I think people
JLi it is able to get closer to nature might Indicate oil as he was work- should budget their time so that
and feel that bond with the natural ing for oil companies.Dr. they can walk.
milieu which has certainly been Crist said his reason for "This nation is always on a
strong in man ever since he lived changing from geology to geogra- health kick. Everything they do
J in caves"* phy was that "I became interested"We they do strenuously; they smoke
I too much or stop smoking alto-
gether or they start walking all

r'r But Not This One! of Next a sudden.summer" Dr. Crist plansto

I work In Colombia,Ecquador and
Peru on a grant from the Agri-
I
I cultural Development Co U n c tI.
+ ti "I've always been Interested In are going to paint the The council, located in New York,
old cars," said Robert L. Crist, panel delivery truck forest green. is Interested in agricultural development -
an Instructor in the C-3 depart- It's now balck," Crist said. in so-called underde-
$ ment, and added, "I have eight Every chance they get,Crist and veloped land.
Model A Fords right now." Long comb the countryside looking Dr. Crist is also interested in
Crist's Interest In cars beganin for old cars. "continuing work on human migration -
Ohio when he was sixteen. His Crist complained, "The owners from the cold Andes to
..... .... .. .... ..
._ _i
-> .A --- first car was a Model T Ford often say, 'It's not for sale. I'm the warmer east." And it there's'
coupe. He soon traded It In on a going to fix it up someday," and a way to fit some walking Into
THE WALKING PROF. CRIST Model A Ford coupe which he then they let it rust till it has no the work, you can bet he'll findit.

drove through his college years at value whatsoever.. :" .. __ ..;.... .--. __ .__ _. _
.stops for a spell of rest and meditation in the firs!t\ WhIttenberg College Springfield,

picture above and then, refreshed, continues on hi i!s Ohio.
Because of various travels and
"I love walk he "I walk all the time."
way. to says. college expenses, he was forcedto
give up old cars until he movedto
Gainesville in 1959. Then he
r one KC full SIRLOIN pound BOTH STORIES I and his roommate, Richard Long, 'It
a manager at J.M. Fields, founda
STEAK BY FRAN SNIDERPICTURES very rare Model A panel delivery
truck in Waldo.
$1.95 i "The man who owned the panel
BY
HALF POUND I delivery truck was asking what he
considered a very outlandish price
CAROLYN
$1.50 for it. Six months later, another
I buyer offered me over three times
Georgia Country I JOHNSTON what I had paid for it," Crist said.
HAM STEAKGrits "Most people have two mistaken ..
& Red Eye Gravy Ideas about old cars. The first a .
'GOOD EATING PODNER'at the riTOR CLASSIFIEDS mistake Is that they think any old t t'U-- -
TOWER HOUSE REACH EVERYWHERE car is worth a lot of money. Thisis
not true.
., "For an old car to be worth
anything, it must be a collectorsitem
Monsanto I like a Model A panel delivery THE DRIVING PROFESSOR CRIST
truck or a Model A station wagon.It .
must also be partially or wholly .in the first picture, takes a spin in one of his old

!I restored to original condition. Fords. "I've always loved old cars, he says. Below,
Chemical Company "Ford Started making Model A's
In 1928 and made over 20 millionin he readies a wheel for painting.

will be represented in the Placement Office on Feb. all. They made approximately SrK
3,764 panel delivery trucks in 1931
21 1964, to discuss opportunities for: and only four of these can now be

BS/MS degree candidates in Chemical Engineering found east of the Mississippi; one
is in a junkyard in Georgia, one
Mechanical Engineering, and Electrical Engineering is in New England and Ford has

(Electronics or Instrumentation option) two of them," he said.

" for positions in Engineering Development Man- "The other mistake people make
,
F
about old cars is that they think
ufacturing and Marketing. they were all black. Model T -J '
Fords were all black but ModelA 4
BS/MS degree candidates in Business Administration !
Fords have all different colored ,
for positions in Marketing, Accounting, Pur- wheels, bodies, and panels.

chasing, Distribution, Business Systems and Data "Almost every Model A you see
on campus is black except for one
Processing.
yellow roadster and mine."

Opportunities at all Monsanto divisions and locat- After they fixed up the panel
delivery truck, Crist and Long
ions including the Chemstrand Company Division at picked up a Model A station wagon,

Pensacola, Florida; Decatur, Alabama; Greenwood, which is even more rare. The
station wagon was quite dependableand
South Carolina and Greenville South Carolina.
; as long as they had somethingelse
to drive, they decided to

Please suitable interview appointment with restore the panel delivery truck. F.v .
arrange
"We get our parts from our
the Placement Office. other old cars, Sears Roebuck,
and several large parts and supply
house In California which deal
An Equal Opportunity Employer strictly with old Ford parts. ,M L 1



8 The Florida Alligator Tuesday Feb. 18, 1964 I IGatars


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run-and-gun Southeastern Con- to wrap up their eighth victoryof overshadowed fine performancesby .;.w: 6 p.m. in room 15 of the Florida Union. One entry per person '
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; turned in a 27-point night and i .,
The Morton scored 21 points to lead Tennessee ( ) at Alabama ( ) .
Flor.Ja scorers. ''f Kansas State ( ) at Kansas ( ) ';:
BREAK Ron Steinhart, a junior playingthe A Penn State ( ) at Army ( ) ,
ICE best game of his career, was .t Drake ( ) at Cincinnati ( )
second in the Rebel scoring with + Georgia Tech ( ) at Georgia( )
'II' a- with'MARQUIS 26 points. t Yale ( ) .f'; at Harvard ( )
Despite the loss, Florida's offense ..: Kentucky ( ) :" :: at Auburn ( )
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BAESZLER its better showings of the year i Wake Forest ( ) ;'j at South Carolina( ) :.;
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1'i The loss was the Gators' fourth '
(EDITOR'S NOTE: Marquis Baezler is a sophomore halfback with straight. .' ,

i the Florida football team. Marquis will be giving Alligator readers Florida is now 4-6 In the SEC
.. a weekly "inside report" as to what's happening at spring practice, and 10-8 overall. The Gators ,:;.
which began Saturday.) ': PICK THE SCORE Vanderbilt ( ) at Florida ( )
have three games remaining on the .1
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Eleven tired, dirty men bring eleven heavy stuffed canvas bags over face Georgia on the road to close ,, ., .,,. ....,,*, .,. ..,
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This is the offensive side of the field and Coach Pepper Rodgers is
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busy organizing approximately forty boys to teach them assignments.
Meanwhile, on the other field, Coach Gene Ellenson is getting his Phi Delts ATOs Go To Finals I IA
half football.of the team together so he can teach them something about defensive ,

Practice Is half over and by now the boys' attention Is drawn to the
By ERNIE LITZ technical foul was called on For the SAEs: Bob Threatt led
big tower in the center of the field, and the tall, greying man standingon
Editorial Assistant Tom Kelly of ATOs for with 15 Will 11 Ted
it. The boys know the procedure by heart. unsports- ; Rogers, ;
manlike conduct in remarks to an Brown and Bob Tatton, 10 each
Coach Phi Delta Theta took over sole
Graves takes one last puff on his cigar, looks at his watch,
blows his whistle and shouts "ICE BREAKI"! possession of first place In the official after commitlng a per- and Larry Townsend with 5.
Immediately nearly a hundred boys race toward four tall bags of Orange League last night as they sonal foul. Before any action The Orange League Finals willbe
crushed ice. "Pooped" football players stuff as much ice as they can took the semi-final basketball could take place ATO Allen Tram. played on full court in Florida
into their mouths, spread some in their hair, and put the rest under game against the Sigma Cuts, bya mell was called for a similar Gym tomorrow night at 7:00 p.m.
their jerseys to cool their middles off. score of 45-37. action. between the Phi Delts and the
For five minutes Kelly then continued to balk ATOs.In .
glorious boys who are normally clean and fastidious
wallow in the now filthy ice. Then, rested and refreshed, they go backto High man for the victorious Phi and was called again for conduct other mural action Kappa
.work. Delt's was Randy Jackson with 18 and given another technical foul. Alpha Theta sorority beat the Tri
points. This gave the SAEs 5 free throws Delts in girls intramural basket-
A 'Bre lng In' Day and possession of the ball. ball Monday 11-6.
For the Sigma Chis Scot Hager The SAEs hit only one of the
Because the purpose of this column is to bring you refreshing new and Tom Payne were high point five free throws.In ALL EYES ARE
ideas about the 1964 Fighting Gators, we shall call it the "Ice Break." men with 10 points each. the next three minutes the
.
Practice Saturday was mainly a "breaking in" day, not only for the ATOs tied the score and then won
freshmen but for the three Gator coaches well. The ON
new as new The ATOs won a thriller as they in overtime. YOU.
coaches are Billy Kinard from Auburn, Ed Kensler from Miami and, beat the SAEs 54-52 In overtime. *
Fred Pancoast from Tampa.It's Leading the ATOs were: Allen
hard to draw any conclusions from the first day's practice, but High point of the game came Trammell with 18; Barry Smith, WHEN YOU ADVERTISEIN
there seems to be a more serious atmosphere than usual among the with three minutes left and the 12; James Benson, 11; and Lenny
players. ATOs behind 43-34. Laststlnger. THE ALLIGATORRELAX
I There Is little talk of next year and one rarely hears anyone repeat
., last year's cruelty joke "10 and 0 gotta go." Right now there are
only two big things on everyone's mind learning how to play football
and making the team. .
Just making the team this year will be a real battle. For Instance,
t in the backfield, we had only one graduating senior halfback, Hagood
f Clark. All the other halfbacks, fullbacks, and quarterbacks, plus the
freshmen and D-team backs, are returning.
I Those who learn to play football best will play.
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